English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL CECCCD AND TEAR C€€r [The RECORD is published six times a year by the students of THE ENGLISH " I HIGH SCHOOL, Montgomery Street and Warren Avenue, Boston, Moss. J Entered as second class matter at the Boston Post Office, November 2, 1885. Volume Lll Number VI CONTENTS Page Record Staff Picture 2 Recorders 3 Walter F. Downey, Headmaster 4 Mr. Downey ' s Message 5 Editorial John H. Crimmins 6 Message from Our President Kntife K. Nelson 7 Last Will and Testament John de Piccolellis 8 Snapshots . Douglas Brown 10 Donald M. Knott Donienic Amara Class Prophecy . H. C. 12 Class History Alcott J. Larsson 14 Thoughts on Graduation David Hunter H Who ' s Who Raymond F. Scannell 16 E. H. S. Day by Day John L. England 17 Class Song Johti H. Crimmins 18 Class Officers 19 Senior Class Pictures 20-74 Cruising the Corridors . H. C. 75 Football Picture 76 I IGE Athletics at English High Marshall I. Hahii 77 Track Picture 79 Glee Club 80 Among the Clubs Donald M. Knott 8 1 Student Council 82 Orchestra Picture 84 Switch Board Operators 8 5 Fife Corps 85 Debating Club 86 Math Club 87 Senior Committees 88 Library Corps 89 Regimental Officers 90 Officers of the First Regiment 91 Officers of the Second Regiment 92 Officers of the Third Regiment 93 Officers of the Fourth Regiment 94 E. H. S. Drum Corps 95 E. H. S. Band 96 Recorders Editor-in-Chief JOHN H. CRIMMINS, ' 37 Associate Editors Douglas Brown Alcott J. Larsson John de Piccolellis Raymond Scannell Donald M. Knott Contributing Editors George E. Kittredge Robert B. Masterson Raymond C. Garran James Fillis Sports Editor Marshall I. Hahn Art Elmer C. Meghan Herbert Dugan James C. Drakos Chatscn Wong Photography Dominig Amara ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 38 ' 38 ' 39 ' 37 ' 37 ' 3 8 ' 37 ' 38 ' 37 Advertising Ambrose Nangeroni Seymour Rutberg Sidney H. Tushin Morris X ' EISBLRG Henry Kane Business Staff Abraham Feinzig Edward G. Small Carl R. Witten David Woll Charles Price Circulation Arthur Baker Edward J. Filiurin Myles J. McCarthy Sidney L. Newman Leonard Rosendorf Secretaries Santo Piazza Brendan Sheehan Faculty Advisers Mr. Malone Mr. Heffernan ' 3 8 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 ' 3 8 ' 37 ' 37 ' 3 8 ' 37 ' 37 ' 39 ' 39 ' 39 ' 37 ' 37 ' 37 A Message from the ' ' Record ' ' Staff We of the Record stafT would like to extend to the Class of 1937 our sincere thanks for the splendid support it has given the magazine. This year marked a decided change in the arrangement of the school paper. To displace the standard, conventional form of publication, the use of intimate, informal photographs was extended and developed. These snapshots which give a concise and true picture of the year ' s activities add, we believe, much to the interest and news value of the magazine. None has appreciated the changes more than the Class of 193 7. The senior year, it is true, exacts a heavy financial toll when Proms, Portraits, Rings, Alumni and Class Dues, and the Year Book are taken into consideration. However, your response has been both immediate and generous. Space does not permit our mentioning the many individuals whose aid has been invaluable. Nevertheless, we direct special thanks to the senior Room Councilors for their untiring work in promoting the sale of the Record. Just as hearty and sincere is our gratitude to those boys, who cheerfully volunteered their time and services in order to assure the success of this Year Book. To all of you as individuals and as members of our splendid Class of 193 7, Many Thanks ! }. H. C. Page Three WALTER F. DOWNEY, Headmaster Page Four Boys: I mil YcliicUiiil to Imi c you ; o, yet J iconhl not have if otherw ' ne. Have you ei er cuiisiclereil the iiiterpretutiou of our statue at the Warren Aienue entrance of this buildini ? Daniel Chester French, the artist who conceived and executed the Lincoln Memorial in Washini ton, D. C, was its sculptor. Y- fi Before he started it, Mr. French and I had a lono talk abojCt ' fhc.y l ool, its students, its alumni, its history, its traditions, and its ' aims. A feiv months after this discussion Mr. French invited me to go to his New York studio, w.here he showed me the small clay model of the present statue. I have seen this statue literally grow up from infancy. You recall that you see there the figure of Alma Mater, the English High School. The youth, her son, is dressed in a track suit, X my for the race of life, which he is starting. It is necessary for mother and son to part. You will notice that Alma Mater has her arms on his shoulder. This parting is not easy. We see the son facing this moment courageously. He stands as the personification of self control and determination. He still holds clasped his niother ' s hand. He does not wish to go but duty calls him. The mother ' s parting words of advice are on the shield held in her left arm. ' ' Be Clean, Be Courteous, Be Sijuare. " The boy ' s reply h -indicated below in bronze. " The Aitn of Every English High School Boy Is to Be A Man of Honor and Achievement. " Boys, this statipe symbolizes your feelings and mine at this time. Yon are readyirri ' , but do not wish to leave. I knoiv that you are ready, but dislike to see you go. I have every confidence in you. The English High School, its traditions, and its glory will be enriched by your lives. I pray that each of you will have a life of important service to others. Remember: " Service to Mankind Is Honor and Achievement. " God bless and guide you every one. Page Five he - €€ ODirJI English High Spirit During the last four years we have traveled along together, attempting many things. Some have succeeded, and others have failed; but out of these victories or defeats have come, tested in the forge of experience, ideals and attitudes that will serve us through life. i Time, in its onward sweep, is relentlessly carrying us toward a new portal that will open to us the lists of life and at the same time close upon us the period of carefree high school days. We must turn in different directions, some to enter the world of business and industry, others to continue their educational activities. All groups, however, are bound together by the strongest of ties, their loyalty to Alma Mater. English High has not only nourished us through these formative years, not only strengthened us in mind and in body, but above all it has imbued us with its spirit — ' a spirit constant as the stars. This feeling has no sudden birth. It is the result of long exposure to English High aims and traditions. Through the years this loyalty has attained an almost legendary reputation. To us of English it is a source of pride; to others, a cause for wonder. Each class, as it returns year after year to renew its pledge of fealty, gives evidence of the vigor of the love that fills the heart of every English High man from his entrance as a freshman to his departure as a senior and far beyond. Our introduction into the world of endeavor initiates us into the body of alumni whose principles become ours and whose example we cherish. The new dignity will test our worthiness to uphold the honor of our school. Whether in business or in education, the ideals of manhood must be those taught us in our youth. Conditions may differ, and no definite rule for the conduct of our classmates can be laid down; but he who follows the guidance of English High has a firm basis for future success. As our predecessors have been models foi us, so too do we become examples for those who follow. We, who have but lately learned the truth, have become teachers. I Thus it lives on, in a never-ending cycle, this elusive something with which i old English endows her sons. Because of it, we will go on planning and buildins; until the world is a better place for living, and until Honor is the goal of every man ' s Achievemott. John H. Crimmins Page Six Knute R. Nelson A Message from Our President As we reach the final hours of our eventful days in English High, I would like to express my gratitude for the trust and confidence you have placed in me as chief executive of your class. It is not only the honor of being the president of a graduating class of the English High School that prompts this expression of thanks, but of being President of the Class of 1937, a class rich in achievement. Undoubtedly we have set a high standard for future classes. In addition to customary triumphs on the athletic field, we have enjoyed splendid success in our scholastic and social endeavors. Directly responsible for this fine re cord is the excellent support you have rendered your class officers and committees. X e leave English High, but with us we take the memories and friendships formed during an all too brief period. Throughout the years they will keep alive the traditional English High School spirit. It is altogether fitting that we pay tribute to the faculty of our school, the members of which have so unstintingly contributed their time and effort to the end that we might the better prepare for that which rfes before us. Our appreciation of their efforts and especially of those of our headmaster, Walter F. Downey, is something of which we will be definitely conscious as we go forward in life toward our goal of lienor and achievement. Knute R. Nelson Page Seven Ye Lost Will and Testament of Ye Class of ' 37 Hear Ye! Heed Ye We, the Seniors of The EngHsh High School in the City of Boston, Countv of Suffolk, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the seventeenth day of March in the Year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-seven, the one hundred and twenty- sixth year of English High, being in full possession of our mental faculties, do declare this to be our last will and testament, revoking all others made heretofore; and we do set hereimto our hand and seal. TO THE JUNIORS: To the Class of 193 8, we leave the honor, dignity, and prestige of being Seniors of English High School. You have been close to greatness and have warmed yourselves in the sun of genius as you followed in the foot- steps of the illustrious Class of ' 37. (No back talk now!) Yours is the exceedingly difficult task as Seniors of filling our shoes. As officers and gentlemen you will be entrusted with the several hundred commissions to be distributed by Major Driscoll and Major Meanix and at all times you must conduct yourselves in a m.anner worthy of your exalted position as Seniors. TO THE SOPHOMORES: We hail you as Juniors but remind you that it ' s only the beginning! " ' e also leave you these pearls of great wisdom: you are in for a lot of hard work, unless you get out the catalogue and start searching for snap courses or transfer to Latin School. TO THE FRESHMEN: We give you permission to enroll in the finest school in the United States — one that is rich in the tradition and valor of those who have gone before. We also leave you the comforting knowledge that you are one year nearer Social Security. TO LATIN SCHOOL: We leave, as. a magnanimous gesture which springs from the boundless generosity of our hearts, countless numbers of bladeless knives, without handles and wrapped in cellophane, as a consolation prize of sorts for not having been members of our worthy institution. TO THOSE WHO ARE TO COME: We leave a school rich in mellow tradition; its honor is not to be smirched. THE FOLLOWING DIGNITARIES LEAVE INDIVIDUAL BEQUESTS: Knute Nelson leaves with the knowledge of a job well done. Laurie Albre leaves McHenry and Reddy temporarily without a stooge. Teddy Lipsitz leaves, still trying to sell a couple of Oil Burners. Irving Gray leaves (a sigh of relief from IH). Ed Storer leaves his brother Phil. Don Knott (the capitalist) leaves a faded sunflower and a sick elephant. Farahe Maloof leaves the memory of a swell guy. Comrade Kripke leaves a sickle and a hammer. Jackie Daly leaves his great, big, beautiful smile. Page Eight Alex Adams leaves a whiffle that had us worried. Paul Coleman leaves to see " On the Avenue " for the eleventh (or is it the twelfth?) time. Roy Williams leaves the box tops from ten packages of Wheaties. Ralph Ryan leaves a couple of broken records. John Crimmins leaves — always the Perfect Editor. Larry Stone leaves for Dorchester. (Why?) Sam Abany leaves the number one spot in the catalogue vacant for the first time in four years. Al Lopez leaves to open a Bank. Lawson Ott leaves, still wearing his uniform bedecked with a flock of Rifle Team medals. Alcott Larsson leaves for Maine or Vermont. John England leaves, a gentleman and a scholar. The Cavarnos boys leave quietly and with dignity and honor. Red Devine leaves, the perfect example of what the well-dressed English High man should wear. Stu Peirce leaves the way he came in. Dave Smith leaves a lot of personality. Tommy Burns and leaves a trail of smoke. John Dugan leaves a couple of cut slips he couldn ' t fix up. Santo Piazza and Brendan Sheehan leave a used typewriter ribbon. Ray Scannell leaves his opinion on some weighty matters. (He had to get rid of them somehow.) Glasier leaves a couple of A stars. Bob Field leaves, still looking for the formula for red ink. Jimmy Sullivan leaves for points west. (Quality not quantity.) Marshall Hahn leaves, still convinced he ' s an artist. Gabby Slavet leaves an echo. George D ' Arcy leaves with Bob Bloom. Louis Michaelson leaves by diploma-cy. Doug Brown leaves two extra names. Kittridge leaves a couple of Wild West Stories we couldn ' t use. Saad and Rados, the Demon Mathematicians, leave us in a daze. Sydney Tushin leaves " for a better land we know. " Don Amara leaves like a flash. Duke Nazzaro leaves — (moment of silence). Paul Murphy leaves — still a strong, silent man. Johnny Grabski leaves a liking for aviation. John Tevnan leaves — still " the life of the party. " The Brothers Rogers leave in their Model T (which is quite a trick whe.n you see the old wreck). Baker, Rosendorf, and Carroll leave a few swell " knock-knocks " which they did not have a chance to use. Pollock leaves one of " Tizzy Lish ' s recipes. " Piatelli and Meldon leave like Damon and Pythias. Yours truly leaves by popular request. Hear ye and heed ye this, our last will and testament. Seek not at great peril to break said will or to misinterpret its meaning! Signed, sealed, and delivered this seventeenth day of March in the Year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-seven. John de Piccolellis Maker of Wills and Testaments. Page Nine, Xot .Toe E. Brown. iu.st Bill Barry . . . Camern Club . . . ■ With the greatest of ease " . . . Get two, .Tohn : . . . The Science Wine . . . Wh - the books, Ceorge? . . . Turn arouii ' 1. Hank! , . . 1. 2. :! S v- vinK ! . . . Our euess — Size 12 . . , Set for the hieh, harfl one . . . The Three Jiusketeers . . . Ballet In the Carrlen . . . Stu ly in Study . . . Three Slalwart sons of J ' nKlisli . . . Tncle Klnier . . . Page Ten m t mmmmmmmm mmmmmmt mmmmmimmmmmmmmmmi m Fire! . . . 4 A.M. or P. M. . . . Track MannRer . . . Fnur Ace.s ... A frienrl indeed I . . . Associate-Kditins . . . Just plain Editing ' • . • Don ' t .lump to conclu.sions. It ' s a left turn . . . Wore towers . . . Captain, coaches, co-captains . . . " Over somebody else ' s shoulder . . . " All that glitters is not gold; it ' s Colder. . . . The Ifl-in Olympic track team. Page Eleven €€ ODiro Class Prophecy TIME: JUNE 1957 And now for twenty years throughout the land, The name and fame of EngHsh ne ' er has died, For glory always seemed to greet that band, Which Thirty-Seven knew and hailed with pride. We cannot turn but that we face the light Of some new triumph that the class has won. The journals of the times forever cite The deeds that we ' ve so masterfully done. We take our daily paper, and we read Of Totten, Colder, Rados who debate And make the Senate walls again resound With eloquence that knows no peer nor mate. So much for that. We turn the page and find That Saad and Simon both in math now reign, And problems that have been unsolved for years To them are naught but objects of disdain. We note that Burns and Amsler hold the rank Of admiral, while Nelson, Cohen scheme As gen ' rals, to protect our shores from foes. John Dugan, Lipsitz, Albre are supreme When brilliant social functions are the rule. Again we turn a page, once more we read. Piazza, Sheehan, Miller are the tops In business, and in everything succeed. Finance is next, and under that we find That David Smith and Alex Adams hold A million dollars nothing more than dirt. To them we leave their silver and their gold. Now comes the camera section of the news. And here we see the names of Knott and Brown. AiHara also is among the group Whose brilliant work has won it great renown. And so it goes throughout the pages full. Of England, Buker, Taylor, Spaulding, too. We see they ' ve won great praise as men of worth; For each has carried on the Blue and Blue To heights of fame and peaks of excellence. The movies pass in turn before our sight. Paul Coleman ' s practiced touch we quickly note In reading the review of latest films. Paul says that D ' Arcy really does emote In great and gorgeous style that melts the hearts Of all the fair and fickle fem ' nine fans. Irv Gray, that funny man, receives his share Of credit as the droll comedian. The radio is next. In this, of course, The men of English hold their own. The bands of Slavet, Cook, and Abramson Are famous as the ones of sweetest tone. Dave Hunter reads his poems on the air And makes the critics all exclaim in awe, " In beauty and in grace, he has no peer. " His lines are famous and without a flaw. Our politicians, too, are ether-known. Brave Lopez, hcihl with right good glee. And opposite we find again as e ' er The masses ' friend, the bosses ' foe — Kripke. Bob Field will air his views, we read, that night About the evils of a people ' s rule. A hide-bound, moneyed man is our pal. Bob. He follows but the course he set in school. Favreau, the silver-tongued, will, too, hold forth Upon the waves of air, for he debates As was his wont in far off days of yore With him who active opposition rates. As wearied we become of lighter things, We turn now to the classic music page And find that Hyman Gordon, as its scribe, Page Twelve Reviews the composition of the year By Maestro Spector, also of our tribe Whose works arc honored by the music world. We go ahead once more, this time to art. The names of Scannell, Mechan, Drakos shine, And to the beauties of our earth their part Is added. They, in truth, to us give joy The book reviews are next to catch our glance. Bob Desmond reigns in this department vast And rates all novels, murder or romance. " DePiccolellis writes with force and strength, " Says Bob, " and Kittredge glows with action fast. " The two learned well and lost not even one Good trick they found in Record work, now past. We see that Winthrop Glasier has brought out A new and modern history just packed With salient points that he has ne ' er forgot. Yes, such he was, a veritable fount of fact. John Bush writes books on vital chemistry. The first he is in all that science claims. He heard, he saw, he worked, he learned, he writes He ' s mentioned, too, among the Nobel names The roto section beckons, and we go To see how men of English there might fare. Devine gleams forth as " best dressed man in town " And smiles with charm, impeccable as e ' er. Ned Erne of the candid camera fame Has never lost that magic, lightning touch And here we find examples of his art That catch the eye and make us like them much. At last wc reach the Sporting Page Whose chief, Marsh Hahn, has won great praise For skill and care in writing of the stars That shine not in the nights but in the days. Among these greats we find the names of those Who led the Blue and Blue in contests gone. The fans forget great Foxx and Gehrig, too At sight of Williams, graceful as a swan And just as powerful as both at bat. Jack Daly, Cowhig, Reddy, Barry, yes Costello, Stewart, Melaugh, Sullivan Are former All-Americans, you know But now hold forth as coaches, who all plan To find new systems and to make new finds. No longer is it called by Rockne ' s name, The Daly or the Cowhig system now. And thereby has the Double Blue reached fame. Ryan and Hall, retired athletes are, Who, after winning many honors bright, Have settled down to teach their art to those Who try to ape the coach with all their might. But many names we saw and did not note Of our classmates whose stars have shone serene In quiet skies. And yet their simple acts Of kindness have their ways of serving been. Their deeds of Honor and Achievement are Yet matched by those of service and good cheer For these are men who by their lives and works The name of English High do more endear. And now for twenty years throughout the land. The name and fame of English ne ' er has died, For glory always seemed to greet that band, Which Thirty-Seven knew and hailed with pride. John H. Crimmins Page Thirteen €€ €r(] Class History By Aicott J. Larsson While the September winds of 193 3 were cooling the sun beaten city streets, a casual observer could easily have noticed a certain wistful look on the faces of most youngsters. The cause for that look of restless expectancy was the fact that the time to return to school was at hand. If our C. O. had been less casual and had directed his gaze toward the Warren Avenue entrance of the English High School, he would have noticed a group of young men who were destined to form the nucleus of the Class of 1937. Thus many of us found ourselves freshmen in English High. A little questioning by this same careful observer, and we quickly confessed our nervousness at the sight of this institution. With a bit of hesitancy we admitted our undeniable and unconquerable uneasiness in the presence of " those sophisticated seniors. " In like manner, we revealed our feeling of insignificance coupled with an unjustifiable sense of superiority. As the year sped on, these traits left us, for we became more and more a part of English High. We realized that it was a school which had remained on top for years and of which we could well be proud. The year advanced, and in June we had completed our first step in preparation for our aim of honor and achievement. Three greater steps lay before us. Student ' s paradise, vacation, quickly ended, and we again assembled in English High 10 continue serious study. New faces were to be seen and new acquaintances made, for our number was increased to 800 by the arrival of new students. Our confidence in- creased as rapidly as our number so that we became more familiar with our school activities. Above all things, the crowded second floor cross corridor proved to be our peculiar delight. Many, to their astonishment and pleasure, found themselves favored with the rank of corporal. Others responded to the call of athletics perhaps to face defeat, but they gained through that loss knowledge which eventually made victory certain. The year advanced, holding some surprises for us in scholastic, athletic, and military achievement. On the other hand, there were those of us who were assured of recognition as a result of excellence in these lines of endeavor. Before we realized it, the day of the street parade was upon us. Although we failed to take first place, we were determined to better our position in the coming year. In June of 193 5, the halfway mark in our school career was reached. Our junior year at last arrived, and greater responsibility, accompanied by the anti- cipation of that which would be ours a year hence, rested on our shoulders. We were constantly developing in many respects under the guidance of our instructors. We acquired a sound sense of leadership, as was evidenced by our holding offices in military and club activities. Progressiveness manifested itself in the birth of a new organiza- tion, the Chess Club, while aggressiveness became conspicuous on Thanksgiving Day when we watched our team defeat Latin School, our old rival on the gridiron by a icore of 14-0, thereby squaring a setback from the previous year. Later, we saw the first steps taken toward the erection of a new school cafeteria. The art of campaign- ing was soon quite in evidence and was climaxed by the Junior Class elections, which gave offices to David Smith, John Devine, Leo Curran, James Sullivan, and John Daly. Again the year had come to its close; and once more we realized that English High had a definite influence over us. We had become more and more a part of its wonderful spirit and traditions until now it was impossible to sever the many ties which bound us to it. Page Fourteen II € With these sentiments of respect wc entered our senior year. This was our year, a year in which many gifts, commissions not among the least, awaited our acceptance. Our football warriors, ably headed by John Daly, went through its schedule with but one defeat, that by Latin School to the tune of 13-0. Election day arrived, and the result of the hat throwing showed that we had chosen for our officers: Knute Nelson, John Nazzaro, David Smith, Thomas Burns, and John Crimmins. Thus, with capable leadership our class moved forward with great strides. In December, one of the finest cafeterias in the country was presented to us through the untiring efforts of our head- master. Not only is this an excellent lunchroom in which we eat to waltz time, but it also promised to be a perfect spot to hold the dancing class in preparation for the Blue and Blue Prom. The Prom, held in the Hotel Statler, to the music of Gene Dennis, was a tremendous success, and made the evening of February 5 one which will not be too quickly forgotten by many a senior. Time sped on bringing the State title in track to English. We look forward with confidence to a championship baseball team under versatile Roy Williams. Graduation is almost upon us. We are about to sur- lender our places and impart our ideals to those who will follow us. In this surrender we hope that we have set an example of splendid achievement to which others may look up, and on which we may reflect with satisfaction and pleasure as a reminder of days well spent in our Alma Mater, English High. Thoughts On Graduation By David H. Hunter, ' 3 7 F ' o oi t our old school h(ilh hu uicrs unf m ' lcd,, If c o-o our several ways i ito t ie world. Our sirength is in the right; no foe ive fear. JJ ell battle bravely on vear after year. JJ hat though the world seem harsh, bitter and cold. Though others lose the way, truth wc will hold. For though deception gains power and wealth, IVhat profit riches, when ' fathered by stealth? Rather, in striving to serve all mankind. Shall we achievement and happiness jind. Happiness through the years, better than gold; So shall we gather riches untold. Page Fifteen ,€(]D ODiroc JOHN DE- P(ccoi £ULi6 , . WALTER HAUL- JACK DALY rOOT BALL. ALUMNI COMMirrELE f AY 5CAnN£.L.L. ' S7 Page Sixteen E, H. S, Day by Day SEPT. 10, 1936 Pupils return to " durance vile " for ten months more with time off for the seniors if their behavior is up to par. SEPT. 1 1, 1936 Coach Ohrenberger issues call for candidates for the football team. Thirteen letter men report, and the squad shows promise. OCT. 2, 193 6 Untried English team meets Groton. English emerges victor after a hard struggle. Score 7-6. NOV. 3, 193 6 The first issue of the Record is enthusiastically received. Use of informal photographs and entire new set-up account for interest. NOV. 18, 193 6 Mighty English and powerful Memorial teams battle it out despite the freezing weather. Final score 0-0. NOV. 19, 193 6 Class elections result in Knute Nelson ' s winning the presidency with a good majority. Others elected were David H. Smith, John Nazzaro, Thomas E. Burns, and John H. Crimmins. NOV. 26, 1936 The forty-eighth annual conflict between the arch rivals of Boston football, English and Latin, ended with the Purple out in front by 13-0. DEC. 7, 193 6 The finest school cafeteria in the East is opened to E. H. S. students. It replaces the dark, ancient lunchrooms previously used. FEB. 5, 193 7 The Blue and Blue Prom is a big success with divine music and a glamorous crowd. Dance Committee is busy receiving congratulations for its fine job. FEB. 27, 1937 English tracksters, headed by co-captains Ryan and Melaugh, unexpect- edly cop state title. MAR. 6, 1937 English loses the Reggie title for the first time in 16 years. Mechanics surprises everyone and takes top honors. APRIL 16, 1937 Prize Drill, the chance of a lifetime for ambitious captains, arrives. Some officers jubilantly reahze their hopes; others are despondent over their failure. MAY 6, 193 7 This is a day of rejoicing for the Seniors as marks close for the year. The rest of the journey is a downward run. MAY 7, 1937 The Dance Committee brings its activities for the year to a close with the " Farewell Prom. " Of course, the affair is a complete success. JUNE 8, 1937 The recently commissioned colonels and majors " strut their stuff " on the main streets of Boston in full view of admiring crowds. JUNE 19, 1937 The College Boards are taken by those who wish to further their education. When the exams are over, deep sighs of relief are heard from the direction of Room 15 0. JUNE 16, 193 7 Graduation exercises are conducted for those who have successfully completed their four year course of study. John L. England ' 3 7 Page Seventeen he Class Song By John Crimmins (Air: Bells of St. Mary) U e hall voi dear E iglish As memories throng o r us Of (lays that were carefree, Of (lays 7W1V g07ie by. Your halls we are leavi7ig, Life s road lies before us, Our voices rijig, to you ive sing. Our Knglish High. Your ideals well cherish, These ties well not sever. And Honor, Achievemeiit, Shall e ' er be our aim; A?id as we go onward In life ' s great endeavor. Old Blue and Blue, we sing to you! JVe praise your name. Page Eighteen m David 5mitK Secretary 3c Treasurer mi Kiiute llelsoii President Y John flaizaro Vice President Thomas burns txecuhve Comniittee John Criramias Executive Committee Page Nineteen €€ ODiroc SAMUEL ABANY " Abby " The poet is all knoiving. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Room Councilor " Record " Staff Chess Club Football Boston University ALFRED ABRAMS " Specs " Now the work goes bravely on. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition: C. P. A. Chess Club Boston University SIDNEY ABRAMSON " Sid " His spurs have honorably been won. Hobby: Music Ambition: Orchestra Leader Honor Roll (2) Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize School Orchestra Boston University ALEXANDER P. ADAMS " Al " Good things come in small jMckages. Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: Chemist Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Honor Guard (2, 3) Track M. L T ANTHONY S. AGRILLO " Nini " Life is short, live it long and ivell. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Civil Engineer Tech JOHN AGRIPPINO " Aggi " A man with intellectual abil- ities. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Track Team M. I. T. o mm -a f Y » - " j LORENZO ORLANDO ALBRE " Larry ' ; A good mixer. Hobby: Horse Racing Ambition: Contractor Dance Committee (4) M. L T. JOHN H. ALEXANDER " Red " Never get off the water wagon. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain Boston Univei ' sity DOMINIC AMARA " Dom " To be or not to be? Hobby: Photography Ambition: Engineer " Record " Staff (3, 4) Math. Club C hemistry Club M. I. T. ALLAN E. AMES " Amesy " Nothing ventured nothing gained. Plobby: Riding Ambition: Optician Track Team (1) Mass. School of Optometry J. FELIX AMIRAULT " Amy " To knoiv a man you must see him at home. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) Lawrence Prize F. D. (1) Stamp Club Baseball (3, 4) Norwich College FRANCIS AMSLER " Fran " Men of few words are the best. Hobby: Spoi ' ts Ambition: U. S. Army Lawrence Prize F. D. (3) Honor Roll (1) Cadet Captain Math. Club Trick Squad Football Track (1, 2, 3) West Point Page Twenty CARMINE ANGELONE Do unto others as yon would have others do unto yon. Hobby: Coins Ambition: Postal Clerk P. G. at Commerce JOHN ANGI " Jay " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Making friends Ambition: Foreman Cadet Lieutenant JOHN ANGLIN " Ongie " Blessed be he who invented sleep. Hobby: Collecting pictures Ambition: Lawyer Room Councilor (2, 3, 4) Glee Club Track Law School JOHN ANTONIEWICZ " Tony " A stitch in time saves nine. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Accountant Football (3, 4) Bentley School of Account- ing CHARLES ARAKELIAN " Charlie " He laughs best who laughs last. Hobby : Dramatics Ambition: Business Manager Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Fencing C. B. A. ROBERT F. ARFWEDSON " Bob " A member of honor ' s fa- mous train Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Marine Architect Cadet Lieutenant Stamp Club Northeastern FRANCIS C. ARIES " Van " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain Stamp Club Football Boston College JOSEPH H. ARONSON " Joe " Don ' t put off ' till tomorrow what yon can do today. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sports Reporter Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize Chemistry Club Honor Guard B. U. School of Journalism JAMES E. ATTAYA " Ace " Absence makes the world grow fonder. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Teacher Football Boston College FREDERICK G. AUFIERO " Frenchie " Time will explain it all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Execu- tive Honor Roll (1) To earn a decent living DANIEL V. AUSTIN " Leo " Like father, like son. Hobby: Sports ONNIG AVAKIAN A member of honor ' s famous train. Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Stamp Club 4 A Page Twenty-one ODlPd FRANK A. AVOLA " Frankie " A. young physician makes a lumpy church yard. Hobby: Drawing- Ambition: Surgeon Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (o) Tufts PETER AZEMOPOULOS " Azzy " His e jes towards Iiicas gold are tiirved. Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: Surgeon Cadet Lieutenant Spelling Bee (2, 3) Lawrence Prize F. D. (2) Baseball Tufts ROSARIO S. BADESSA " Rio " Noxv the work goes bravely on. Hobby: Electricity Ambition: Electrical engi- neer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) M. L T. JOSEPH BAGLIONE " Cigars " A ))ian is what he eats. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: U. S. Cal. PHILIP H. BAILEY " Phil " fyct US ent, driuk, and he merry. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Chemical Engi- neer Room Councilor (2, 3) Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) Math. Club Northeastern School of En- gineering ARTHUR BAKER " Archie " Appreciate the joys of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist Cadet Lieutenant " Record " Staff Track (2, 3) Boston University ALDO V. BALDI " Al " Promise is most given when the least is said. Hobby: Hunting- Ambition : Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Lawrence Prize 13 PWball (3) Track (2) Boston University GEORGE J. BALDNER Great oaks from little acorns grow. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Football Baseball Bentley ' s JAMES A. BARNARD " Al " A long peach in a little or- chard grew. Hobby: Dramatics Ambition: Chemist Chemistry Club M. I. T. THOMAS J. BARRETT " Tom " Good natured and friendly. Hobby: Sleep Ambition: Millionaire Room Councilor (1) Current Events Club Track (2) Baseball (2) College JOHN F. BARRY " Jack " Mo.ke love when it n Hobby : Baseball Ambition: Bookkeeper JOHN M. BARRY " Red " Thou art noiv a man. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: Millionaire Glee Club Football Holy Cross Page Twenty-two WILLIAM J. BARRY " Buzzer Bill " SntaH, but strong. Hobby: Watching- the Fords go by Ambition: To earn $10,000 a year Athletic Captain (3, 4) Baseball (2, 3) Track (2, 3, 4) Hockey Boston College GEORGE F. BECKER A little music now and then is good for the best of men. Hobby: Sports Cadet Captain Honor Guard Track (2) M. I. T. HYMAN BECKMAN " Beckie " Vex not his ghost. Hobby : Boxing- Ambition: Deisel Engineer Football Club Baseball Club Track Hemphill Deisel School JAMES A. BELL " Jimmie " Words are women; deeds are men. Hobby : Swimming Ambition: Accountant Basketball - Track teams Boston University ANGELO BERGAMASCO " Angie " Little by little the bird builds its nest. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Doctor Tufts FRANK A. BERGDOLL " Buddy " His heart is true. Hobby: Football Ambition: Orchestra Leader Cadet Captain Individual Prize Football Boston University f5 MORRIS BERINSKY " Moe " King of all Jazz. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer Cadet Lieutenant Lowell Institute JOHN F. BERNATONIS " Southie " To bed, you retired banker. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Clergy Honor Roll (2) Rifle Team (2) Football (4) Boston College JEROME J. BIEDERMAN " Jerry " •Only the wise speak little. Hobby: Books Ambition: Doctor Honor Roll (2) Math Club Glee Club Honor Guard f encing Team Tufts JOHN R. BLACKBURN " Blackie " Each mind has its own methods. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: State Police Cadet Captain Room Councilor Glee Club Track - Football Teams St. Francis Xavier LENARD A. BLUESTEIN " Lenny " Coinage before all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Current Events Club French Club Baseball Team Track Team Dartmouth College ROBERT BLOOM " Bob " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby: Boating Ambition: Mining Engineer Chess Club Chemistry Club New Mexico School of Mines Page Twenty-three STEPHEN E. BOGUE " Wh;iT " Progress with your ideas. Hobby: Sports Ambition: G. Man Cadet Captain Glee Club Track Football Alabama State WILLIAM H. BONNEY " Bun " Whose words all ears took captive. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize P2 Chemistry Club Northeastern Chemical Engi- neering- School ANTHONY T. BOORAS " Pete " Hobby: Photography Ambition: Musician FREDERICK C. BORNSTEIN " Dutch " Oh, for the life of the sea. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Pharmacist Athletic Captain (2,3) Mass. College of Pharmacy JOHN S. BOWES " Steph " What should a man do but be merry? Hobby: Ducks Ambition: Reporter Boston College JOSEPH B. BRACY " Joe " won a noble fame. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Student Councilor (2) Boston University w } S ' •IP JOHN R. BRADLEY " Brad " Hobby: Photography Cadet Captain U. S. Coast Guard Academy PETER E. BREBBIA " Pete " Deeds not words. Hobby: Camping- Ambition: Forest Ranger Track (3, 4) Control of Forest Areas ARTHUR C. BRENNAN " Blondie " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Fireman Drum Corps Track Team ROBERT J. BRENNAN " Bob " This bold, base man. Hobby: Coins Asst. Manager Track Team Northeastern JOHN L. BROSNAN " Johnny " Steady and strong is he. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Chemist Cadet Lieutenant E. H. S. Record Chemistry Club M. I. T. CHARLES A. BROWN " Charlie " Education paves the way. Hobby: Pin Collecting- Ambition: Railway Mail Clerk Cadet Lieutenant Business Page Twenty-four J. DOUGLAS T. BROWN " Doug " He is not in the roll of co))!- moH men. Hobby : Photography Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Photographer " Record " (3) Associate Editor " Record " President of Camera Club (4) Cadet Lieutenant, Chemistrv Club, Rifle Club (4), Math. Club (4) M. L T. THOMAS J. BROWN " Lank " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Naval Officer Fencing Team (3) Annapolis CHARLES G. BRYSON " Bry " How far that little candle throws its beams. Honor Roll (2, 8) Lawrence Prize 12 VINCENT P. BUCCI " Boo " His smile! Oh boy! Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Journalist Cadet Lieutenant President of Chess Club (4) Track (4) Boston University CRAWFORD H. BUKER " Byook " How doth I do. Hobby: Railroading Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) 6 A Lawrence Prizes G2 F. D. Stamp Club Chess Club M. L T. FRANCIS X. BURNS " Frank " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: G. Man Baseball (2) Football (2) Government School If r S Mi mm THOMAS E. BURNS " Tommy " Au honest man is well liked. Ambition: Naval Officer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) 1 A Football (3, 4) U. S. Naval Academy JOHN R. BUSH " Buck " That school-girl complexion. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) Lawrence Prize F. D. (2, 3) M. I. T. WILLIAM W. BUTTERS " Butsy " Wim, Wigor, Witality. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Golfer Glee Club Track, Football (3) Northwestern University CANUTE BYFIELD Greatness knows itself. Hobby: Sports Ambition: A life well lived ROBERT M. BYRNE A penny earned is a penny saved. Ambition: Paper Magnate Notre Dame DANIEL S. G. BYRON " Dan " The stately resonance of classic verse. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Criminal Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) lA Athletic Captain (2) Baseball, Football, Track Teams Boston College Page Twenty-five he FRANCIS XAVIER CADIGAN " Frank " An ardent, serioKS student. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Doctor Manager Football Team Alabama University LAWRENCE C. I. CAMERON " Larry " ,4 )nan whose ambition will never be realized. Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: Naval Officer Rifle Club Track Mass. Nautical School GREGORY G. CANDIS " Greg " Fortune comes to him who seeks her. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Violinist Boston University, C. B. A. ANGELO M. CANNAVA " Andy " A youth without a care. Hobby: Printing Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Honor Koli (3) Orchestia LAWRENCE P. CANNY " Laurie " He ' s truly true blue. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To Graduate To work myself up MICHAEL CAPONETTI " Mike " Regular Guy. Hobby: Airplane models Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Cadet Lieutenant Northeastern University WILLIAM A. CAREY " Art " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Football Ambition: Law:,er Boston College HUGH T. CARROLL " Rollo " Who ' s afraid of a bold bad man ? Hobby: Reading Ambition: Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Room Councilor (3) Record Staff (4) Glee Club IRVING D. CARTER " Nick " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Philately, Ships Ambition: Captain of an ocean liner Honor Roll Mass. Nautical School JOSEPH A. CARVER Music makes me do the things I do. Hobby: Parties Ambition: Millionaire Baseball (3) Job CHARLES O. CARY " Charlie " Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. U. S. Naval Academy JOHN P. CASHMAN Let us do or die. Hobby: Skating Ambition: C. P. A. Chemistry Club ' 35 Football (4) Bentley School of Account- ing Page Twenty-six SANTO C. CASSARINO " Cassy " Do as I say, not as I do. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Teacher ARNOLD H. CASTALINE " Casti " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby: Dissecting- Ambition: Surgeon Cadet Captain Chemistry Club Track (1, 2) Tufts College JOHN P. CAVARNOS We all grow old. Hobby: Piano Ambition: Musician Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) 2 A College w PETER C. CAVARNOS " C. P. " Still water runs deep. Hobby: Violin Ambition: Doctor Cfldpt " Cantain Lawrence Prize F. D. 2A College ANTONIO J. CEDDIA " Porky " A big man ivith big ideas. Hobby: Basketball lA Boston College JOHN W. CHADWICK Music is the spice of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker ANGELO CHIACCHIERI " Chick " Don ' t count your chickens before they ' re hatched. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Olympics Cadet Captain JAMES J. CHICHETTO " Chick " Each mind has its own method. Hobby: Football Ambition: To win the Sweep- stakes Chess Club Stamp Club College NEAL CHIN And even this shall pass away. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Civil Service Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) ROBERT K. CHISHOLM " Red " To save time is to lengthen life. Ambition: Reporter Cadet Lieutenant Military Individual Prize Baseball-Football Teams ERIC L. CLARK " Fish " Going Home. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Civil Service Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Individual Prize Track Aviation Club Football Civil Service (Railway Mail Clerk) JOSEPH A. CLOUGHERTY " Joe " Penny earned is a penny sa red. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Architect Page Twenty-seven he -{(iDODdDiroL THOMAS F. COEN " Tokio " Speak after the manner of men. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemical Engi- neer Honor Roll (2, 3) Boston College AARON L. COHEN " Harold Quin " Who ' s afraid of the little bad wolf? Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Glee Club Math. Club State Teachers College WILLIAM A. COHEN " Arny " And still the wonder grew. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Major League Umpire Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Math. Club Stamp Club Harvard JOHN J. COHEN " Johnny " Between the devil and the deep blue sea. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Army Officer Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Trick Squad Alumni Committee Glee Club Math. Club West Point SAUL COHEN " John, S. " None bvt the brave deserves the fair. Hobby: Camping- Ambition: Guide Stamp Club Chemistry Club Track (2, 3, 4) Banker EDMUND F. COLEMAN " Ed " Handsome is as handsome does. Hobby: Yachting Ambition: Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Baseball (2) Track (2) Bentley ' s J. RICHE COLEMAN " Re " A jolly good, fellow. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Journalist Lincoln University PAUL S. COLEMAN " Sam " He who laughs last didn ' t catch on at first. Hobby: Literary Work Ambition: Journalism Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1) Room Treasurer (1) Room Councilor (2) Boston College WILLIAM F. CONCANNON " Conny " Hf who laughs last, laughs best. Hobby: Food Ambition: Doctor Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Honor Guard (3) Current Events Club (2) North Texas Teacher ' s Col- lege VINSON B. CONLIFFE " Conny " Determination can move mountains. Ambition: Doctor Cadet Captain Harvard PAUL E. CONLON " Pet " This bold, base man. Hobby: Work Ambition: Govei ' nor Track Baseball Teacher JOHN F. CONNAUGHTON " Jack " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Lawrence Prize F. D. Honor Roll (3) Boston College Pqge Twenty-eight dp .3 WILLIAM J. CONNELL " Bill " Once a(tei)ipted, go through with it. Hobby: Masonry Ambition: Make a million Cadet Captain Baseball Boston College ROBERT J. CONNELLY " Howie " Thou art now a man. Hobby: Books Ambition: Make a million Cadet Captain Track Business Success JOHN J. CONNERY " Con " The game is up. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Medicine Cadet Captain Honor Guard Glee Club Track (2, 3, 4) Football (3, 4) Holy Cross JOHN F. CONNOLLY " Con " Determination can move moimtains. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honor Roll (2) lA Current Events Club Alabama DOMINIC A. CONTARDI Be yourself. Hobby: Tennis Ambition : Postal Clerk Civil Service Course at Com- merce Graduate School DANIEL J. CONWAY " Danno " From a little sjjark there bursts a mighty flame. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist Cadet Lieutenant Boston University THOMAS H. COOK " Cookie " La mi(si( j(e est la plus belle hingue de I ' universe. Hobby: Music Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer Cadet Captain Spelling Bee winner (3) Boston College MICHAEL M. COOPER " Mike " What ' s the end of fame? Hobby: Music Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant Sec. of Chemistry Club Current Events Club College EDWIN J. COSTELLO Silence gives consent. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Football Coach Glee Club Football (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3) Track (2, 3, 4) Villanova College JAMES A. COUGHLIN " Jim " Inquire not too curiously. Hobby: Eating Ambition: Billionaire Room Councilor (1) Current Events Club Track Team College EDWARD D. COWHIG " Dave " No man was ever wise by chance. Hobby: Football Ambition: Coach Athletic Captain Booster Committee Football (3, 4) Track (3, 4) Baseball (3) Boston College THOMAS P. COYNE " Coen " The soft complaining flute. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Stamp Cub Boston University Page Twenty-nine €€ €iro[ JAMES J. CRAVEN " Gara " His smile! Oh boy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Boston University JOHN H. CRIMMINS A vmii of Honor and Achievement. Hobby: Correcting proofs Ambition: Teaching Cadet Captain Lawrence Prizes in F3, F4, M2, E3, F. D. (2) Editor-in-Chief " Record " P3 Laboratory Assistant City Spelling Champion (2) Executive Committee (4) Honor Roil (2, 3) 8A- Harvard JOHN T. CRONIN " Jack " Music is the sweetest thing in life Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Boston College MORTIMER J. CRONIN " Mort " That school-gill complexion Hobby: Golf Ambition: Judge Swimming Team Boston University RALPH A. CROSBY " Bing " Don ' t worry till the time comes Hobby: Photography Ambition: Reporter, Aviator Swimming Team Boeings Aviation School or Boston University JOSEPH F. CROWLEY " Joe " Honor is the reward of virtue. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Doctor Holy Cross RICHARD E. CUGNASCA " Dick " Once attempted, go through with it. Hobby: Shooting Ambition: Doctor Cadet Captain Fencing Club (2) President of the Rifle Club (4) Rifle Team (3, 4) Tufts Medical JOHN CUONO Who says not that the heath- er is stronger than the rose. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Boxer To be a man of honor ALBERT CURLANIS " Alby " Live and let live. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer JOHN A. CURLEY " Jack " The dynamo gains power with movement. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize (3) Glee Club Track, Football, Baseball Teams Dartmouth College LEO C. CURRAN Men may come and men may come. Hobby: Model building- Ambition : Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Baseball Team Bentley ' s MARTIN F. CURRAN " Marty " The buzzing of the bee. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemist College Page Thirty JOSEPH W. CURTIS " Joe " Good things come in small packages Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Business Man Spelling- Bee (1, 3) Current Events Club Business JOHN J, DACEY " Jay " Better late than never. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Millionaire Track Team LOUIS A. DAHAN " Louie " YoK can ' t judge a book by its cover. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Civil Engineer Cadet Captain Virginia Polytechnic Insti- tute JOHN J. DALEY " Jack " Hit the line! Hobby: Golf Ambition: Business Football Captain Football Team (3, 4) Chairman Picture Commit- tee(4) Executive Committee (3) Track Team (4) AUGUSTINO J. DAMIANO " Gus " He stands above the smoke and stir. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant 1 A Glee Club Boston University PATRICK J. DAMIANO " Bing " Thou art now a man. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Crooner ALFRED J. DANISZEWSKI " Danny " As proper a man as ever trod Hobby: Sports Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2) 1 A Chemistry Club College GEORGE E. D ' ARCY " Ed " Live today and look to the future. Hobby: Pipe Collector Ambition: Metallurgist Cadet Captain New Mex. School of Mines. JOSEPH E. DAVENPORT " Joe " Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sailor Current Events Club Glee Club Baseball-Football Track Teams Navy ROBERT E. DAVIDSON " Bob " Little strokes fell great oaks. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Engineer Glee Club Track Team Boston University MORRICE M. DAVIS " Moe " Charm strikes the sight, merit wins the soul. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Track Team Medical College THEODORE S. DAVIS " Teddy " Confidence in yourself is half the battle. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Engineer Assistant Track Manager (4) Stamp Club (2) Math Club (3) Track (4) College Page Thirty-one COD ODiro THOMAS DAVIS " T. J. " Born for pleasure. Hobby: Diesel Engines Ambition: Diesel Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Ciub Stamp Club Track Team Mass. Diesel Institute. AUBREY De HILL " Bill " There ' s no grease in my hair. Hobby: Anthropology Honor Roll (2) Glee Club (2) Camera Club (3) Engineering School PAUL F. DELAHOYDE " Del " A lofty is to be praised. Hobby: Sports Room Treasurer (1) Room Councilor (2) Baseball Team VINCENT A. De LUCA " Vini " Let us have peace Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Sales Manager Chess Club Stamp Club Chemistry Club Track (2, 3) Boston University JOHN P. DeMARCO One for all and all for one. Hobby: Horse back riding Ambition: President of a Bank Cadet Lieutenant Basketball Team M. I. T. MARTIN E. DeMATTEO " Marty " The summit is not too high. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Banker Cadet Captain University of Southern Cali- fornia Q ink If iC HENRY J. DeSIMONE " Blinco " Nothing succeeds like success. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Photography Lawrence Prize S2 Stanford SAMUEL DeSIMONE The mirror of all courtesy. Hobby: Printer Ambition: Jeweler JOHN J. DEVINE " Red " Firm as the rock Hobby :Fishing Athletic Captain Chemistry Club Chess Club Football (2, 3) Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Harvard College VICTOR P. DiDOMENICO " Dido " Always take home a book. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Football (2, 3, 4) Track (2, 3, 4) M. I. T. EDWARD A. DINISCO " Ed " Elementary, Watkins. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Become rich GENNARO J. DIORIO " Zep " Virtue is my model. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Renowned artist To be an artist Poge Thirty-two JOSEPH F. M. DISTEFANO " Dee " Experience is a great teacher. Hobby: Chemistry Tennis Ambition: Military officer Individual Prize (1, 2, 3, 4) Marksmanship Stamp Club Chess Club West Point PHILIP DOBRO (DOBIE) Haste makes waste. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Writer Cadet Lieutenant Track Team College PAUL L. DOHERTY Play hard, fight hard. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Boston College PAUL J. DOLAN Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Engineer Room Councilor (1) Room Treasurer (2) M. I. T. PETER J. DONOVAN " Dinty " Mighty in heart is he. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Machinist Stamp Club PAUL M. DOOLEY " Admiral " Always ready and willing. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain Honor Roll (3) Stamp Club Chess Club Boston College VICTOR F. D ' ORAZIO What should a man do but be merry? Hobby: Photography Ambition: Beat Dr. Euwe in Chess Chess Club Chess Team Captain ' 36 Baseball ' 33 Cadet Captain Boston University JOSEPH M. DORSEY " Dawz " Wearing his wisdom lightly. Hobby: Skating Business College JAMES P. DOYLE " Swifty " Here lies one whose name was writ in water. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Aviation Student Council Room Council Football ' 35 Aviation School PETER DRAGAN Self made or never made. Hobby: Music Harvard JAMES C. DRAKOS " Jim " There ' s no grease in my hair. Hobby: Jay Walking Ambition : Artist Mass. Art School WILLIAM H. J. DRISCOLL Play with fire and you ' ll get burned. Hobby: Bowling Cadet Captain Mass. Nautical School Page Thirty-three LOUIS B. DROBNIS " Droby " Hasten slowly, hasten slowly. Hobby: Writing Ambition: Reporter Columbia University JOHN J. DUGAN " Johnny " Think ivith your head. Hobby: Talking Ambition: To be a Hillbilly Athletic Captain (1, 2) Lawrence Prize El Chairman of Dance Commit- tee Track Team Peddie Prep. EDWARD H. DUNLAP " Ed " Live and learn. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Steamfitter Cadet Lieutenant Mechanical Supervisors JAMES DUSTON " Dusty " What ' s mine is mine. Hobby: Sailing Ambition: Travel Nautical Training Ship GERALD M. DuWORS " Jeff " Live and let live. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Coast Guard Glee Club Track Team U. S. Coast Guard Academy EDWARD J. DWYER " D-Y " Why run? walk! Hobby: Sports Ambition: Annapolis JOHN P. EARLY Labor conquers. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Teacher Room Councilor (4) Boston College ABRAHAM G. EDDY " Abe " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Music Ambition: Artist Art School GERALD J. EDWARDS " Jerry " Gii e vie liberty or give me death. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: Engineer Track (4) Georgia Tech. JOSEPH E. EGAN " Speed " No news is good news. Hobby: Billiards Ambition: Priest Lawrence Prize F. D. (1) Priest FRANK A. EIFLER " Gus " A little work, a little play. Hobby: Drawing Cadet Lieutenant JOHN L. ENGLAND Perseverance is the road to success. Hobby: Model Airplane Con- struction Ambition : Aeronautical En- gineer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2) Lawrence Prize M3 F. D. (2) 4 A Football Team Math. Club M. L T. Page Thirty-four JOHN P. ENOS " Jack " Think of thy sins. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer Electrical School NED A. ERNE " Skipper " Silence is golden. Hobby: Photography-Fishing- Ambition: Chemist Chess Club (3) Aviation Club (2, 3) Track Team (2, 3) College CHARLES ETKOVITZ Discretion is the better jmrt of valor. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant 1 A JOSEPH T. FALCONE " Swede " A little goes a long way. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Politician FRANCIS X. FALLON " P ' rank " Swiftly has he run his course. Hobby: Books Ambition: Run a Chain of Food Stores Aviation Club Debating Club Baseball Team Mass. Institute of Technol- ogy WILLIAM F. FALLON " Bill " Let not thy head run away with thee Hobby: Swimming Ambition: U. S. Navy Annapolis mm GEORGE J. FAVREAU It ' s good to be merry. Hobby: Radio Honor Roll (2) Lawrence Prize E7 1 A JOHN J. FEELEY " Jack " Fortune favors the brave. Hobby: Harmonicas Ambition: Business Man Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize F. D. (1) Baseball Team (3) Be a success in Life I. L. FEINZIG " I. F. " He who rises late never does a good day ' s work. Hobby: Work Ambition: F. B. L Cadet Lieutenant Switchboard Operator B. U. Law School WILLIAM F. FENLON " Handicapper Will " As full of wit as an egg full of meat. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Lawyer Stamp Club Baseball Team Track Team Boston College FRANK W. FEWORE " Foo " A most fastidious person you appear. Hobby: Science Ambition: West Point Cadet Lieutenant 1 A Engineer ROBERT A. FIELD " Bob " Be superior to thy neighbor. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer Chemistry Club Coast Guard Page Thirty-five €ir(][ JAMES N. FIX " Jimmy " Time xvill explain it all. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Radio Engineer ] library Corp (1, 3) Track (1, 2) Radio School DANIEL F. FOLEY " Dan " Necessity knows no law. Hobby: Model Airplanes Ambition: Chemist Band Aviation Club Fordham DAVID FOLEY " Dave " Every artist was first an amateur. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Buyer Track Team Boston College ROBERT FOLEY Genius never dispenses labor. Hobby: Chasing fire-engines PAUL R. FORANT " Tubba " Modesty and silence. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Lawyer Boston University GEORGE S. F. FOSTER " Red " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Aero-Eng. Track Team (3) Boxing Champion MELVIN J. FOSTER " Mel " One for all and all for one. Hobby: Work Ambition: Chem. -Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Math. Club College DANIEL F. FOX " Danny " A man of his word. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Football Team U. of Southern California PHILIP FOX " Rab " Make hay while the sun shines. Hobby: Sports Ambition: College Medicine LEO J. FRAWLEY " Sir Walter " The man ' s the thing. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. 2 A Library Corp (2, 3) Track Team Boston University JEROME FREED " Jerry " With a charming personality. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Salesman Dartmouth JESSE E. GAINES " Gink " Best things come in s)iiall packages. Hobby: Reading Cadet Lieutenant Track Team Page Thirty-si €v3 THOMAS J. GALLAGHER " Tommie " A flood of laughter in his eyes. Hobby: Drinking milk Ambition: Teacher Lawrence Prize (3) F. D. Athletic Captain (1, 4) Football (3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Feddie Prep. ROBERT P. GARDNER " Bob " The man of the hour. Hobby: Ship Models Cadet Lieutenant JOHN A. GIESSO Honest bread is very well. Hobby: Photography Ambition : Engineering GEORGE F. GILL " Red " And even this shall pass away. Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: Fireman Navy JOHN B. GIORGIO " Snappy " Go west, young man, go west. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Executive Northeastern HAROLD W. GISER " Hank " Show yotir vitality. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Winner of Spelling Bee (1) Northeastern WINTHROP L. GLASIER " Cal " Honor and achievement above all. Hobby: History Ambition: Business Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) Lawrence Prize E2 Pin Ring Committee (4) Lawrence Prize F. D. (1, 3) 8 A Bentley School of Account- ing and Finance MERRILL S. GLASSER " Nick " love myself for no one else will. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Public Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Math. Club Baseball Team Boston University HOWARD J. GLAZER " Jawn " No legacy is so rich as modesty. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Medicine Cadet Captain Honor Guard (3) Debating Club (2) Track Team (2) Tufts PATRICK M. GOGGIN " Pat " He means well ivho does well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Science Cadet Lieutenant SHEPARD GOLDBERG " Shep " Some people are dead that are ivalking about. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Rifle Club Stamp Club Track Team Rifle Team Bentley ' s MELVIN COLDER " Doc " A fig for care and a fig for woe. Hobby: Books Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Lieutenant Junior Spelling Bee Winner (class) Honor Roll (2, 3) Room Councilor Math. Club Debating Team (2, 4) M. I. T. Page Thirty-seven r(i[ IRVING GRAY " Irv " Success comes to him that toils. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Cadet Cap tarn MERVIN GRAY " Merv " am moved by the light. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Club r rench Cub Bentley ' s MILTON GREEN " Milty " A beacon light of power. Hobby : Cars Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant M. I. T. PAUL GREENE Honest in the sight of all. Hobby: Sailing Ambition: Merchant Marine Officer Mass. Nautical School WILLIAM C. X. GRIFFIN " Kupie " Why, he ' s a man of steel. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Teacher Room Councilor Football (4) Boston College BENJAMIN GROSS " Ben " Look before you leap. Hobby: Collecting auto- graphs Ambition: Sport writer Journalist ■ ALEXANDER GOLDIE " Goldie " Time has a tamning hand. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Pharmacist Honor Roll (2) Mass. College of Pharmacy HUGH C. GOLDRICK " Hughie " Sweet are the uses of adversity. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Room Captain (1) Football (4) Mass. State HYMAN GORDON " HiLow " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby: Drama Ambition: Hermit 1 A Chemistry Club Fencing Team HARRY GOULD " Hump " Tu) ' n over a new leaf. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s JOHN W. GRABSKI " Sea-Gull " Always ready to do his best. Hobby: Boating- Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Cadet Lieutenant Switchboard Operator Aviation Ciub (2, 3) Chemistry Club (4) Rifle Team M. I. T. ANTHONY M. GRANDE " Tony " Early to bed makes him healthy. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Make 3 Million University of Southern Cal- ifornia Page Thirty-eight ALEXANDER C. HABEEB " Al " With a charnting personality. Ambition: F. B. I. Boston College GEORGE HADDAD Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Reading Ambition: State Trooper Cadet Lieutenant MARSHALL L HAHN " Marsh " Stubborn labor conquers all. Hobby: Art Ambition: Moving picture di- rector Cadet Lieutenant Spelling Bee Winner (2) Sports Editor, " Record " Senior Song Committee Track Team Suffolk College of Journa- lism WALTER K. HALL " Wally " The race is run. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Minister Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize winner in Trumpet Band Debating Club Current Events Club Track Letterman (2, 3, 4) Baseball Team Boston University FRANK A. HALSTEAD " Oly " Virtue is its own retvard. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Travel Camera Club ROBERT C. HANBURY " Cary " He does much who does well what he does. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Diesel Engineer Rifle Club Football Team Track Team Hemphill Diesel School FREDERICK R. HANLON " Freddie " Fleet of foot. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Lawyer Baseball Team EDWARD J. HANNON " Eddie " None but himself can be his parallel. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: U. S. Naval officer Stamp Club Track Team U. S. Naval Academy RAYMOND A. HANSEN " Ray " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Auditor Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2, 3) 1 A Rifle Team Bentley ' s CHARLES W. HARKINS " Checker " I am moved by the light. Hobby: Debating Ambition: Engineer Individual Prize French Club Rifle Club Track Team M. I. T. ROBERT E. HARNEY " Bob " Business is business. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Chemist Objective: Northeastern Northeastern JAMES W. HARRINGTON " Jim " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Collecting Stamps Ambition: Internal Revenue Cadet Captain Stamp Club Northeastern Law Page Thirty-nine he JEREMIAH J. HARRINGTON " Lucky " It ' s good to be merry and wise. Hobby: Camping- Ambition: Journalist Individual Prize (2) Fencing Team (4) Track Team (2, 4) Northeastern WILLIAM T. HARRINGTON " W. T " trust in God, mid my good looks. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Cryptographer Cadet Captain Athletic Captain (3) 1 A- Football (2) Stamp Club Bentley ' s JOHN W. HARRIS " Johnny " In me there dwells some far- off touch of greatness. Hobby: Reading Ambition: M. D. Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) 1 A College Trinity MACEO A. HARRIS " Mace " Let a smile he your umbrella. Hobby: Solving Puzzles Ambition: Civil Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Spelling Bee (3) Student Councilor Math. Club French Club Northeastern University ANDREW T. HARTERY " Andy " Above the reach of ordinary men. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Doctor Current Events Club (2, 3) Track Team (2, 3) Baseball (2) Northeastern CHARLES B. HAYNES " Barney " Ignorance is Bliss. Hobby: Traveling Ambition: C. P. A. Baseball Team WILLIAM J. HEALEY Don ' t count your chickens before they are hatched. Hobby: Music Band (3) Boston College ROBERT E. HEMMAN " Bob " In me there dwells some far- off touch of greatness. Hobby: Books Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer Cadet Captain Honor Roll (3) lA JOHN E. HERLIHY " Johnnie " Ambition has no risk. Hobby: Politics Ambition: M. D. PETER J. HERNON " Pete " Yes. Yes, go on Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Financier Cadet Captain MELVIN S. HERSHON " Mobs " Handsome is as handsome does. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Jeweler Baseball Team JOSEPH F. HEUSTON " Buddy " Where art thou, Romeo? Hobby: Baseball Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize (2, 3) F. D. Honor Roll (2, 3) 1 A Naval Officer Page Forty THOMAS E. HIGGINS " Tom " Here is a frank heart. Hobby: Hat Collecting- Ambition: Doctor mm PAUL HINDLEY He would seek knoivledge of another world Honor Roll Track Team A : JOHN L. HINTERLEITNER " Whity " Virtue is its own reward. Hobby: Music Ambition: Musician Cadet Lieutenant PAUL G. HOCTOR " Babe " We like what we know of him. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition : Reporter Baseball Team GEORGE F. HODGES He stands above the smoke and stir. Hobby: Mechanical Endeavor Ambition: Engineering 4 ISADORE HOFFMAN " IZZY " None but himself can be his parallel. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Correspondent Baseball ' 35 College ROBERT J. HOLLAND " Lefty " The price of wisdom is high. Hobby: Cameras Cadet Lieutenant GEORGE F. HOLL Always ready and willing. Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: Insurance Adjus- ter JOHN W. HOLM " Homsie " Ich Dien. Hobby: Boating Ambition: Naval Officer Cadet Captain Annapolis JOHN P. HUNT " Jocko " Silence is golden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Marriage Chemistry French Club Stamp Club (2) Rifle Team (2, 3, 4) Track (2) West Point DAVID H. HUNTER " Dave " None but the brave deserves the fair. Hobby: Acting Lawrence Prize P3 Math. Club Current Events Club Chess Club Track Team Debating Club M. I. T. FREDERICK F. IBACH " Frank " know a trick ivorth two of that. Hobby: Stamp Collecting- Ambition: Army Cadet Captain Glee Club Aviation Club Orchestra Government Service Page Forty-one THOMAS J. INGLOTT " Inggy " Small, but oh my. Hobby: Canoeing- Ambition: Pharmacist Cadet Lieutenant College of Pharmacy JOSEPH IRGON " Joe " What ' s hi a name? Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant lA " Honor Roll (2) Ring and Pin Committee Current Events Club Lowell Institute GERARD V. JACKSON " Jerry " There ' s vo doubt about it. Hobby: Music Track (1, 2, 3) Michigan University FRANCIS JACOBS " Frank " What ' s the end of fame. Hobby: Sports Ambition: College Track Team (2, 3, 4) Northeastern GEORGE T. JAMESON " Hap " The king of good fellows. Hobby: Bowling- Ambition: Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Student Council (2, 3, 4) Room Council (2 3, 4) Pres. of Student Council (4) Glee Club (1, 4) Rifle Club (4) Bentley ' s JOHN E. JANSEN " Red " hiquire vot too curiously. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Boston College 4 - 1 JOSEPH G. JENNINGS " Gig " Silence gives consent. Hobby: Model building Ambition: Aviation Cadet Lieutenant ROBERT I. JOHNSON " Bob " Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Sea Diver Track Team (1) Man of Achievement GERARD J. JOYCE " Jerry " Himself a host. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Math. Club Chemistry Club Chess Club " Record " Staff (3) Baseball (3 yrs.) Glee Club (3) Track (3 yrs.) Boston College NICHOLAS J. KALAFATAS " Nicky " Be yourself. Ambition: Chemist Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize F. D. (3) Honor Roll (3) Technology HENRY A. KANE " Hank " Foul is fair, fair is foul. Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Room Treasurer (1, 2) Lawrence Prize (1) F. D. Booster Committee (4) Class Spelling Bee (2) " Record " Staff (4) Current Events Club Track Team (1, 2, 3) Baseball Team (3) Boston College JOHN S. KANE " Jack " A man of few words. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Chemist Track (1, 2) Boston College Page Forty- two RALPH L. KARSH " Leo " He is a merry desperado. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Track Team (2) Tech. HARRY G. KARTHAS " Lucky " Give me an audience. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Government Job College SIDNEY V. KASSELS " Cassie " All work and no play makes Sidney a dull boy. Hobby: Music Ambition: Physician Cadet Captain Orchestra (2 yrs.) Tufts MORRIS L. KAUFMAN " Lee " Make hay while the sun shines. Hobby: Music Ambition: Pharmacist Cadet Lieutenant Mass. College of Pharmacy FRANCIS P. KEENAN " Buster " Deeds not words. Hobby: Hunting- Ambition: Aviator Lawrence Prize (3) F. D. FRANCIS L. KELLEY " Frank " None but himself can be his equal. Hobby: Coin-collecting Ambition: Reporter Graduate JOHN F. KELLEY " Kell " The greatness of a fame is judged by the shadow it casts. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Earn a Million Georgia Tech GERARD L. KELLY " Kell " Unspoken words are the best. Hobby: Listening to Benny Goodman Ambition: C. P. A. Current Events Club Track (2) Baseball (3) Bentley ' s DANIEL H. KEARNEY Hitch your wagon to a high aim. Hobby: Wood Carving Honor Roll (3) lA Lawrence Prize (2) F. D. JOSEPH T. KEEFE " Red " Sow a thought, and reap an act. Hobby: Motorboats Glee Club (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3) Football (4) JOHN J. KENNEDY " Red " Modest as the day is long. Hobby: Sports Cadet Captain Athletic Captain (1, 2) Football (4) THOMAS J. KENNEY " Tom " The hardest climbed rung is the first. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Cadet Captain Page Forty-three hoB [ €(]DODro[ DANIEL F. KENT " Mike- Wise cracker from Bunker Hill. Hobbv: Sports Baseball (2, 3) Track (3) Geoig ia Tech. EDWARD B. KENT ■ " Eddie " A man of ieic words. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Baseball (3) Track (3) Boston College FRANCIS X. KENT " Tanny " It matters not how long live. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Spoi-t Winter Current Events Club Baseball (2, 3) Track (3, 4) Notre Dame JOHN J. KEOHANE " Fat " Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Piano-tuner Track (1, 2) Alabama University LAWRENCE T. KEOHANE " Lary " Market value is attained through sales. Hobby: Fishing Ambition : EflBciency Expert Track (1, 2) Columbia CHARLES W. KESPERT " Charlie " A most fertile and potential seed. Hobby: Wrestling Ambition: Health, Happiness and Wealth Cadet Lieutenant Room Councilor (2) Baseball Team M A 4? EDWARD KHOURI " Peppy " Size arrives on wings of time. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business GEORGE E. KITTREDGE " Bud " Keep going ' till you reach the top. Hobby: Writing Stories Ambition: Author Asso. Editor " Record " (4) 2 A Chemistry Lab. Assistant ' 37 Charge of kevs and lockers ' 37 Track ' 34- 37 R-fle Team ' 36 Debating Team ' 36 SOLOMON KLAMAN " Sauly " O. ' Appeaser of our hungry appetites. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Be successful Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) French Club Track (3, 4) DONALD M. KNOTT " Don " .Accurate of hand, perceptive of m ind. Hobby : Photography Ambition: Technical Engineei Cadet Lieutenant Yice-Pres. Camera Club (4) Senior Picture Committee (4) Record Photographer (3, 4) Honor Roll (2) Record Associate Editor Chemistrv Club (3, 4) M. I. T. STANLEY S. KOUFFMAN " Stanislouse " Live while you live. Hobby: Music Band (2; Orchestra (2, 3, 4) EDWIN J. KOWALEWSKI Play the cat not the mouse. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Marines Honor Roll (3) 1 A- Football (3, 4) Georgia Tech Page Forty-four CHESTER KRIPKE " Chess " To save time is to lengthen life. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Diplomat Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Math Club Vice-president of Chess Club Chess Team Harvard ALBERT C. LABELLA " Mezi " Tiny wheels ttirn mighty cogs. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Manager PETER W. LADAS A great ship takes deep waters. Hobby: Physical Culture Ambition: Physical Trainer Springfield JOHN A. LAFRAZIA " Professor " A man throughout. Hobby: Languages To Graduate LAWRENCE LAKIN " Larry " What a plague it is to be too handsome. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Chess Club (2) Drum Corps Boston University ARTHUR J. LANDERS " Art " Money in the hand, and in the pocket. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Stenographer Stamp Club (2) Track Team (2) Football (3) Dartmouth - % iillllf JOHN J. LANE " Franny " Education pays the way. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Track (2, 3) Baseball (3) Alabama State CHARLES J. LANGLAIS " Charlie " Everything comes to him who waits. Hobby: Parties Ambition: Moving Picture Director Spelling Champion (room) (1) Baseball Team (2) Track Team (2) Business College WILLIAM E. LANIGAN " Bill " Striviyig for the best. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Electrician Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Radio Opeiator ' s Training School HAROLD LARSSEN " Harry " Our revels are now ended. Hobby: Swimming Cadet Lieutenant 1 A- M. I. T. ALCOTT J. LARSSON " Al " Industry conquers nil Obstacles. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Journalism Lawrence Prize F D (2) Room Spelling Champion (2) Honor Roll (2) 1 A Student Council (4) Cadet Lieutenant Associate Editor Record Room Councilor Harvard ARTHUR P. LARVEY " Bud " Wearing his tvisdom lightly. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Marines Curi-ent Events Club Football (2, 4) Baseball (1, 3) Track (1, 2, 3) Southern Methodist U. Page Forty-five he WALTER W. LAST " Light " Oh! Had I the wings of a dove. Ambition: Journalist Northeastern RALPH LAVALLE " Leo " Thov must - He says, I can! Hobby: Dancing Ambition : Lawyer Current Events Club Dancing Club Track (2) Alabama CARL W. LEDIN " Bill " Therein is contained the atomic force of Atlas. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Electrical Engin- eer Cadet Captain Room Treasurer (2) Chemistry Club Baseball Northeastern Engineering SOSSIO L. LENA " Sammy " yoK can ' t win, vever give up. Hobby: Music Ambition : Government Agent Cadet Lieutenant Northeastern University THOMAS G. LENNON " Shorty " Both are feared on earth. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Track (1) Bentley ' s DONALD J. LETTY " Donald Duck " He who hesitates is lost. Hobby: Science Ambition: Doctor Rifle Club (2) Track (2, 3) Tufts ' J. SUMNER H. LEVENSON came, I saw, and they conquered. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Business Current Events Club Football Team (2, 3) Track (2, 3, 4) Mass. State HAROLD L. LEVINE " Sonny " Silence, industry and perspicacity. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Bentley ' s EDWARD L. LEWIS " Eddie " Short accounts make long friends. Hobby : Collecting Auto- graphs Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Boston University EDWIN A. LEW IS " Eddie " Whistle, and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Captain Camera Club Track (1, 2, 3) New England Aircraft School ALLEN P. LIBERTY " Al " He is truly true. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Bachelor Honor Roll (1) M. I. T. THEODORE I. LIPSITZ " Ted " The quiet mind is rich. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition: Financier Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Herald Spelling Bee (3) Current Events Club (4) Track Team (2) Baseball (2, 3) Dartmouth Page Forty-six DONATO L. LIUZZI " Danny " Unspoken words are the best. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Doctor Track Team (2) Athletic Councilor (2) Glee Club (2, 3) Harvard THOMAS F. LIVIDOTI " Sonny " Vincit qui laborat. Hobby: Mechanics Ambition: Diesel Engineer Cadet Captain Diesel Engineers ' School FRANK LOJEK Give vie my just glory. Hobby: Sports Honor Roll (2) ALBERT F. LOPEZ " Mad Scientist " Speak wisely. Hobby: Social Science Ambition: Electrical Engin- eer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) 3 A Lawrence Prize F D (3) Harvard EDWARD F. LORDAN " Eddie " An honest gentleman. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Honor Roll (I) Lawrence Prize (3) F D Bentley ' s CHARLES H. LOWE " Charlie " am monarch of all I survey. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant 1 A Bentley ' s JOHN F. LYDON " Doc " A man of mean musical skill. Hobby: Singing Ambition: Economist Herald Spelling Bee (2) Room Councilor (• ' ]) Student Council (3) Pittsburgh EDWARD J. LYNCH " Squinch " Yes - Yes, go on. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition: Farmer Glee Club Track NORMAN P. LYNCH " Norm " know a trick worth two of that. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Tour U. S. in a trailer Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Glee Club Track (3, 4) Boston University ALBERT G. McALVIN " Zeke " Let your conscience be your guide. Hobby: Billiards Ambition: Teacher FRANKLIN B. MacARTHUR " Frank " Be thyself. Hobby: Gymnastics Ambition: Accountant JOHN V. McBRIDE " Vic " Vex not his ghost. Hobby: Sports Ambition: College Aviation Club (1, 2) Track (3, 4) Executive Page Forty-seven €0D €r(]P THOMAS J. McCABE " Mac " Himself a host. Hobby: Wandering Ambiti on: Stage Director Cadet Lieutenant Boston College THOMAS J. F. McCABE " Red " The vian of the hour. Hobby: Study Individual Prize (2) Track Team (1, 2) Baseball (2) Michigan State Agricultural JOHN w. McCarthy " Fats " A flood of laughter- in his eyes. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Stenographer Cadet Lieutenant Annapolis JOSEPH H. McCARTY " Mac " love myself for no one else will. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Football Baseball Andover THOMAS R. McCONE " Mac " Firm as a rock. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Chemical Engin- eer Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Camera Club Track Northeastern JOHN J. McCORMACK " Mac " To be or not to be. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Aviation Cadet Captain Aviation Club Student Council (1) Rifle Team (2, 3, 4) Pan American Airways At WILLIAM B. McCORMACK " Mac " You ' re with me, I know that. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist University of Southern Cal. AUBREY W. MacDONALD " Mac " A penny saved is a penny earned. Hobby: Model Airplanes Current Events Club JOHN A. MacDONALD " Mac " Each mind has its own methods. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) Room Councilor Lawrence Prize H8 Lawrence Prize F D (2) Bentley ' s JOHN F. McDonald " Bucko " The game is up. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Travel Honor Roll (2) Office Work (3) Business-Auditor PETER F. Mcdonough " Pete " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Thumb Twiddling Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s STEPHEN c. Mcdonough " Mac " Hobby: Baseball Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s Page Forty-eight ALEXANDER MacELHANEY " Sandy " Greatness k ' liows itself. Hobby: Collecting- Novelties Ambition: Engineer Current Events Club Football Track Team West Point FRED D. McFARLAND " Mac " Silence is tndy golden. Hobby: Photography Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s THOMAS E. McFARLAND " Sandy " Handsome is as handsome does. Hobby: Skating Ambition: C. P. A. Boston University JOHN J. McGILLICUDDY " Jack " There is no preference. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Doctor Current Events Club Boston College RICHARD L. McGRATH " Richey " He is a merry desperado. Hobby: Travelling Ambition : Orchestra Leader Cadet Captain Current Events Club ROBERT F. McGRAW " Mac " Music is the sweetest thing in life. Hobby: Ballistics Ambition: Artist Cadet Captain Individual Prize Camera Club U. S. Marine Corps WALLACE S. MacGREGOR " Scotty " Oh, for the life of a sailor. Hobby: Mathematics Ambition: Engineer Northeastern JAMES J. McKAY " Mac " It ' s the breaks that c and go. Hobby: Coin-collecting Ambition: Be successful Cadet Captain Track (1) Boston University EDWARD F. McGILVERY " Mac " won a noble fame. Hobby: Shooting Ambition: Travel Honor Roll (1) DANIEL F. McGINLEY " Danny " He that inquires learns much. Hobby: Driving Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) Library Corps (2, 3) Lawrence Prize (3) F D Suffolk Law School WILLIAM J. MACKEY Hobby: Swimming- Ambition: College Track Bentley School of Accounting HUGH E. MacKINNON " Farmer " The sky ' s the limit. Hobby: Gardening Ambition : Live in a trailer Individual Prize ' 35, ' 36 Page Forty-nine JAMES E. McLaughlin " Mac " Bexvare the Ides of March. Hobby: Ping- Pong Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Current Events Club Track ' 34 Boston College LEO J. McMANUS " Mack " Whistle and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Music Ambition: Musician First Prize Band Band Club Orchestra Boston College ROBERT B. McMANUS " Bob " It matters not how long we live. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Club (3) Dance Committee (4) College WILLIAM McNEIL " Bill " Vain is the help from all men. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Chemistry Club Math. Club Northeastern JOHN J. McSWEENEY " Mac " A penny for your thoughts. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Reporter JOSEPH McTIERNAN " Mac " Vain is the help of man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Math. Club Current Events Club Training School for Teachers of Mechanic Arts CHARLES F. MAGUIRE " Maggie " Up and quit your books. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Work Baseball (3) DANIEL J. MAHONEY " Danno " After the battle, the reward. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Honor Roll (1, 2) Lawrence Prize (1) F D Spelling Bee (1) Be a millionaire GEORGE T. MAHONEY " Danno " Pdessings on thee, little man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sea Captain Riflle Club (2) Dance Committee Baseball Team (3) Follow the Sea JOHN F. MAHONEY " Dan " Knowledge is power. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Diesel Engineer Baseball Team Business JOHN J. MAHONEY " Jake " A beacon light of power. Hobby: Football Ambition: Diesel Engineer Lawrence Prize (1) F D Glee Club Wentworth Institute WILLIAM J. MALONE " Billy " The world is like a stage. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Letter man (Football) Debating Club Current Events Club Tufts Medical Page Fifty FARAHE MALOOF " Mai " The suiiiun ' f is not too high. Hobby: Sports Ambition: A success Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Current Events Club Baseball Team (3) Harvard GEORGE G. MANGANIS " Manny " And even this shall jmss away. Hobby: Politics Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Football Accountant GERALD W. MANNING " Jerry " A song for us all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Orchestra Leader Room Councilor (3) Room Captain (2) Track Team (3, 4) Holy Cross JOHN J. MANNING " Red " Laborare est orare. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Service Current Events Club Math. Club Football (2, 3, 4) Track Team (3) Notre Dame ROBERT A. MANNING " Bob " Be yourself. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Doctor Glee Club (1, 2) Current Events Club (4) Football (3, 4) Letterman Tufts Medical JOHN R. MANSFIELD " Jack " know what I know. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Reporter Cadet Lieutenant Room Treasurer Stamp Club Math. Club Track Team Baseball Boston University HERMAN L. MARGOLIS " Larry " Live today and look to the future. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Pharmacist Honor Roll (3) Lawrence Prize F D (3) Math Club Columbia FRANCIS G. MAROTTA " Fisher " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Yachting Ambition: Graduate Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Sec. Camera Club (3) Chemistry Club Current Events Club Rifle Team Track Team (2) Holy Cross WILLIAM H. MARSDEN " Bill " Be yourself Hobby: Skating Cadet Captain Debating Club Current Events Club Glee Club Football Team (3,4) Track Team (3,4) Baseball (2,3) Holy Cross ANTHONY MASCIS " Ticky " A large frame with a big heart. Hobby: Boats Ambition: Adventurer Chess Club Football CHARLES E. MAUS " Charlie " Siviftly has he run his course. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Politician Glee Club Track (2, 3, 4) Football (2) Baseball (3) Steady Work ELMER E. MEGHAN " Meek " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Com. Artist Lawrence Prize (D1 D2) Room Councilor Record Staff Art School Page Fifty-one RICHARD W. MELDON " Dick " Life is n jest. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Business Honor Roll (2) French Club Track Team ' 34 Business College JOHN W. MELLEN " Mel " He has the way that gets the way. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Politician Track Team Yale PAUL J. MIANO " Mack " Silence is golden. Hobby : Photography Ambition: Be another Rocke- feller Bookkeeper LOUIS J. MICHAELSON " Mike " Why think of tomorrow? Live for today. Hobby: Mimic Ambition: Chemist Cadet Captain Honor Guard Honor Roll (3) Camera Club Chemistry Club Tufts MORRIS MIKELSON " Mike " All the world is a mistake. Hobby: Science Ambition: Chemist Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize F D (3) Honor Roll (2) French Club M. I. T. ABRAHAM MILLER " Noggin " Look before you leap. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Sport Writer Baseball Team Boston University FREDERIC MILLER " Fritz " A little goes a long way. Hobby: Walking- Ambition: Bookkeeper NATHAN MILLER " Nat " All my fame is due to myself alone. Hobby: Music Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Harvard Business School RALPH MISELMAN " Ray " Hark! The dogs do bark. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Successful Honor Roll (2) Travel STANLEY J. MISIUK Silence is truly golden. Hobby: Plane Models Ambition: Aviator Spelling Bee (class) ' 35 Honor Roll (1) Aviation School JAMES J. MITCHELL " Mike " Why, he ' s a man of steel. Hobby : Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Track (1, 2) Bentley ' s ROBERT S. MITCHELL " Bob " Thitik not of tomorrow. Hobby: Driving Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Track (2, 3, 4) Football (4) District Attorney Page Fifty-two ROBERT E. MOFFAT " Bob " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby: Books Ambition: Naval Flying Corps Cadet Lieutenant U. S. Naval Academy VINCENT P. MOGAN " Slug " Learn to live and live to learn. Hobby: Playing Monopoly Ambition: Historian Cadet Lieutenant College MM JOHN F. MOLBERG Why think of tomorrow? Live for today. Ambition: Foresty Expert Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) CHARLES B. MOORE " Charlie " Farewell gallant soldier. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire EDWARD F. MORAN " Ed " The soft complaining flute. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Cub Reporter Cadet Lieutenant Second Hearst f 1 ANTHONY J. MORETTI " Tony " A man after his own heart. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Busines Man Boston University DAVID I. MORGAN " Dave " What is good for the goose, is good for the gander. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Reporter Cadet Lieutenant Room Councilor (3) Student Councilor (3) College JOHN J. MORIARTY " Mocha " Virtue finds a biding place in me. Hobby: Drawing Ambition : Architect Room Captain (351) Football College PAUL J. MORIARTY " Morey " My kingdom to me a kingdom is. Hobby: Golf ' i Ambition: Chemist Track Team College MICHAEL J. MORRISSEY " Sport " He will wander far to foreign lands. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Business Leader Cadet Lieutenant Home Room Spelling Winner Track Team (1) Baseball (2) Business CHARLES P. MORSE " Winky " Mighty Casey at the bat. Hobby: Electricity Ambition: Scientist Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Club Football Team Multi-trillionaire WESLEY K. MOY " Wes " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby: Postcards Ambition: Business Man Room Councilor (2, 4) Alumni Committee Track Business School Page Fifty-three €€€iroc JOHN J. MULDOON " Sleepy Mul " Hobby: Photography Ambition: Cub Reporter Cadet Lieutenant Journalist EDWARD MULLIN " Eddie " My friends are more to me than gold. Hobby: Music Ambition: Business Boston University CHARLES J. MURPHY " Butch " Ambition should be made of sterner stuff. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Business Current Events Club Track Team (1, 2) Minnesota PAUL H. MURPHY " Murph " know what I know. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Business Vice Chairman of Booster Committee (4) Pres. Chemistry Club (4) College of Holy Cross WILLIAM E. MURPHY " Bill " Kind deeds are wrought by me. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: See World Lawrence Prize in P7 Baseball Team Track Team Notre Dame PHILIP E. MURRAY " Phil " Is there a doctor in the house ? Hobby: Tennis Ambition: To be Wealthy Boston College GEORGE E. NAJJAR " Shorty " To have a friend one must first be one. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Baseball Player Cadet Lieutenant UMBERTO V. C. NAPOLEONE " Al " They shall not pass. Hobby: Books Ambition: Teaching or Sports Columnist Cadet Lieutenant Attendance-Blank-Collector Picture Committee College CHARLES G. NASHAWATY " Nashie " Great oaks from little acorns grow. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Diesel Engineer Wentworth Institute PASQUALE F. NATOLA " Pat " The elements mixed gently in his nature. Hobby: Books Ambition: Business Honor Roll (2) 1 A- Member of Library Corps JOHN R. NAZZARO " Duke " Still ivaters run deep. Hobby: Singing- Ambition: Army Officer Cadet Captain Vice-President Senior Class Chemistry Club Current Events Club Cheer Leader Baseball (2) Track (1, 2) West Point KNUTE R. NELSON " Knute " . A modest gentleman of serious mien. Hobby: Politics Ambition: West Pointer Cadet Captain President of Senior Class Honor Roll (1, 2) Lawrence Prize F D (2, 3) Room Councilor and Treas. Sec.-Treas. of Math. Club 2 A--Math. Club-West Point Page Fifty-Four THOMAS L. NEVIN " Tom " Yoinig ill years, old in wisdom. Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) 4 A Laboratory Assistant P3 Current Events Club Boston College VICTOR E. NICOLAI " Nick " He has an eye for beauty. Hobby: Save Theatre stubs Ambition: Make a million Current Events Club Boston College AUSTIN NIELSEN " Swede " Give nie an audience. Hobby: Coin-collector Ambition: Politician Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1) Alumni Committee Current Events Club Stamp Club (1) Track Team Alabama 1 A RICHARD J. NORTON Education paves the way. Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Track (2, 3) Football (2, 3) Alabama ARTHUR G. O ' BRIEN " O ' Bie " Solitude and Quietude. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Traveling Sales- man Cadet Lieutenant Home Room Spelling Bee (2, 3) Athletic Captain (2, 3, 4) Track Team (1, 2, 3, 4) Football Team (3, 4) Business College JOHN J. O ' BRIEN " O ' B " All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Glee Club (2) Chess Club (2) Baseball (3) Alabama State MM JOSEPH R. O ' BRIEN " Joe " Fate is with those v)ho persevere. Hobby: Sleep Ambition: Make a million Honor Roll (2) Glee Club Cambrige University WILLIAM J. O ' BRIEN " O ' Bie " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby: Books Ambition: Teacher Room Councilor Current Events Club Glee Club Chess Club Football (2, 3, 4) Track Team (1, 2) Baseball (2, 3) Dublin University CHARLES T. O ' CONNELL " Red " Honest bread is very well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Track star Track Team (4) College FRANCIS J. O ' CONNELL " Okie " Turn over a new leaf. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (3) Boston College THOMAS P. O ' CONNOR " Tom " They shall not pass. Hobby: Debating Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Room Councilor (2) Room Treasui ' er (1, 2) Chemistry Club Current Events Club Debating Club, Baseball (2,3), Football (2, 3, 4), Track (1 University of Cambridge MYRON W. OGDEN What ' s mine is mine. Hobby: Books Ambition: Success Honor Roll (2) Lawrence Prize (2) F D Library Corps Switchboard Attendance Administration Glee Club Diplomatic Service Page Fifty-five JOHN OGONIK " Augi " Make love whev it 7-ains. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Osteopath Baseball (3) College RICHARD F. P. O ' HALLORAN " Dick " Do unto others as yon would have others do nvto you. Hobby: Books Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) 1 A- Boston College EDWARD T. O ' HARA " Eddie " Yoimg fellows will he young fellows. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Buyer Work EDWARD F. O ' NEIL " Eddie " Silence is golden. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Stenogragher Cadet Lieutenant Drill Prize Track (1, 2) Fencing (4) West Point JUDAH S. O ' NEIL Young in years, old in wisdom. Hobby: Songs Ambition: Singer Athletic Captain Glee Club Fencing Team Business Man LEONARD J. O ' NEIL " Lenny " Think with your head. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Help others Athletic Captain Missionary SANFORD G. ORINGER " Sandy " The eagle does not catch flies. Hobby: Model airplanes Ambition: Aircraft executive Stamp Club Aviation Club Track Team New England Aircraft School of Engineering ANGELO R. ORLANDELLA " Jungle Jim " Bold in heart. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Interior Decorat- ing College VITO A. ORLANDELLA " Ollie " Save me virtue ' s reward. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Lawyer Booster Committee (4) Doctor ' s first assistant (2, 3, 4) Chemistry Club (3) Current Evencs Club (4) Notre Dame WILLIAM F. ORO " Grandpa " He who hesitates is lost. Hobby: Model airplanes Ambition: Chemical engineer Vice-pres. of Aviation Club ( ' 35) College WILLIAM R. ORTH " Wild Bill " He has reason to fear me. Hobby: Football Ambition: Business Cadet Captain Football (3, 4) Track (3, 4) Athletic Captain (4) Boston College AARON H. OSTROW " Ducky " - The tronbles of the world rest lightly on his noble brow. Hobby: Dancing- Ambition: Lead a band Glee Cub Football (1, 2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (1, 2, 3) Lawrence Academy Page Fifty-six LAWSON R. OTT " Baron " Life is only what you make it. Hobby: Shooting- Ambition: Electrical Engin- eer Cadet Captain Executive Officer of Blue and Blue Rifle Team M. I. T. HARDING N. OUNANIAN " Hardy " Live and learn. Hobby: Fencing Ambition: Chemicals Cadet Lieutenant College DONALD S. OVANS " Ripper " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Office work Business School JOHN L. PAGLIARULO Silence gives consent. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Teacher JAMES J. PALMIERI " Jimmy " Wherever the fates lead ns. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Electrical Engin- eer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) M. I. T. NICOLO J. PASSERO " General " Play with fire and yoii ' ll get burned. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Lawyer Fencing- Northeastern ' w. DEANE S. PEACOCK, JR. " Junior " A single conversation across the table. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Olympics Aviation Club (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3) Track Team (2, 3, 4) Hebron Academy IRVING PEARLSTEIN " Jerry " Life ' s too short. Hobby: Hunting- Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Individual Prize Honor Roll (2) University of Michigan GREGORY CONNOLLY " Greg " A regular fellow. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Teacher Boston University STUART PEIRCE " Stu " Don ' t worry fill the time conies. Hobby: Travel Ambition: Biologist Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize F D (3) Home Room Councilor ( ' 36) Math Club Plarvard IRVING H. PETERS " Pete " Better late than never. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business Room Councilor Camera Club M I. T. JOHN L. PETERS " Pete " A still wake runs deep. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Advertising- Track (2) Business School Page Fifty-seven he (]B(]D€iro[ HENRY PEZZELLA " Hank " ThoH art now a man. Hobby: Boating Ambition: Aviator St. John ' s Prep PAUL E. PHALAN " Pep " Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Journalist Baseball (1, 2, 3) Football (3) Holy Cross LEON A. PIATELLI " Casanova " As proper man as ever trod. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Civil Engineer Individual Prize Current Events Club Track (3) Baseball (1, 2, 3) M. L T. SANTO J. PIAZZA " Veranda " Fro»i a little spark there hursts a mighty flame. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Go to California Lawrence Prize Q3 Military Prize 2 A Secretary of " Record " Ring and Pin Committee Aviation Club (2) Stenographer JOHN P. PICCOLELLIS " Pickles " ' Tis strange, bitt true. Hobby: Shooting Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Associate Editor Song Committee 1 A Current Events Club Northeastern THOMAS J. PIERUCCI " Tucker " Oh. the wise men. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Aviator Individual Prizes Track Team Business Man i LEO PITTELLA " Al " Labor conquers all things. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Bookkeeper Football Baseball Bentley ' s LEO POHORESKY " Porky " That schoolgirl complexion. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Federal Agent Cadet Lieutenant College EUGENE POLAKOFF " Genie " Ambition should be made of sterner stuff. Hobby: Radio building Ambition: Radio Engineer Cadet Lieutenant 1 A Track College PAUL A. POLLOCK " Fish " Let us have peace. Hobby: Camping Ambition: Olympics ' 40 Letterman ' 36, ' 37 for Track Team Write a popular book GEORGE M. POWERS " Powerhouse " Honest as the day is long. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Track (2) Football (4) Glee Club General Motoi-s Institute RICHARD F. POWERS " Dick " Speed without accuracy is useless. Ambition: Marine Page Fifty-eight ROBERT C. PRAETSCH " Bob " Noiv the work goes bravely on. Hobby: Guns Ambition: Diesel Engineer- ing- Hemphill Diesel School CHARLES E. PRICE " Charlie " Only the best are chosen. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Surgeon Athletic Captain (2, 3) Current Events Club Track Team (2, 3, 4) Baseball Team (3) Boston College THOMAS PYNE " Bud " What fools these mortals be. Hobby: Swimming Lawrence Prize H7 Honor Roll CHRISTOPHER M. QUINLIVAN " Chris " Then, again, you might be right. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Millionaire Business TIMOTHY J. QUINN " Teddy " Never a flull moment. Hobby: Movies Boston College HYMAN RADLER " Bub " Every man is the maker of his fortune. Hobby: Red Sox Ambition: Journalism ROBERT M. RADOS " Bob " A regular felloiv. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 2) Lawrence Prize F D (1, 3) Library Corps (3, 4) Math. Club Debating Club Boston College HAROLD RAIKLEN " Harry " He would seek knowledge of another tvorld. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) Lawrence Prize L3 Library Corps 3 A M. L T. CHARLES H. RANDALL " Shaver " Better late than never. Hobby: Books Ambition: Cartoonist Cadet Lieutenant Job on Literary Digest ANDREW RANERI " Andy " Let lis take the blotvs of life with a smile. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. School Orchestra JOHN A. RASKAUSKAS " Rasky " Life is just a bowl of cherries. Hobby: Chemisti-y Ambition : Pharmacist Cadet Lieutenant Mass. College of Pharmacy CHARLES J. REAGAN " Charlie " Be yourself. Cadet Captain Switchboard (1, 2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2) Boston University Page Fifty-nine he ,€€ €r(][ WALTER F. REAVEY " Gunner " With a charming personality. Hobby: Sweets Ambition: Medicine Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2) Glee Club (1) Track (1, 2) Football (3) College WILBUR REDDINGTON " Lefty " Labor Omnia Vincit. Hobby: Spoits Ambition: Work EDMUND J. REDDY Hobby : Sports Ambition: Athetic Director Baseball (3, 4) Football (3, 4) WALTER REED " Duke " What a plague it is to be too handsome. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Millionaire Business CHARLES H. REGAN " Battler " Brevity is the soul of wit. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Journalist Cadet Lieutenant Athletic Captain (3) College JOHN F. REGAN " Jacomo " Though angel on the outside. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer General Electric School Hi 7 JAMES E. REILLY " Jim " Prize me no prizes. Hobby: Cards Ambition: Doctor Football (3, 4) Track Team (1, 2) Duke LOUIS REINSTEIN " Reiny " It ' s a great life, if you don ' t weaken. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Physicist JOSEPH C. RICE A great pal. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Jockey Glee Club Following race horse jockeys ALBERT C. RICHARDS " Baldy " Still waters run deep. Hobby: Earn money Ambition: Be a man Stamp Club Merchant Marine HERBERT B. RICHMOND " Spookie " An honest man is the noblest work of God. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Room Councilor (3) Spelling Bee (2) Individual Prize 5 A- Current Events Club Boston University THOMAS F. RIDDLE " Tom " It is clear he is a gentleman. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Accountant Aviation Club (1) College Page Sixty €.3 7 FRANK T. RILEY " Frank " AlcH of few words arc the best. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Current Events Club (4) Track (2) Football (4) College ROBERT E. RITCHIE " Bob " A lover of the great outdoors. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Business School OLYMPIC F. RIZZO " Ollie " No finer man hath ever lived. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Major League Football Letterman Football (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2) Track Team (2) ALLAN ROBERTS Cool, calm, but not collected. Hobby : Sports Ambition: G-Man Room Councilor (3) Law School WARREN L. ROBINSON " Jake " His is a noble heart. Ambition: Advertising Stamp Club Boston College JOHN G. ROGERS " Buck " My mind to me a kingdom is. Hobby: Sports Honor Roll (1) Current Events Club WILLIAM M. ROSEN " Billy " All ' s well thai ends well. Hobby: Sailing ( ' adet Captain Lawrence Prize (2) F D Honor Roll (2) Mass. Nautical School LEONARD E. ROSENDORF " Lenny " Oh gee, who ' s he? Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sports Writer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Track (2, 3) Baseball (2) Business GERALD V. ROSS " Betsy " A man ' s thoughts are his own. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Make a bow tie Cadet Captain 1 A Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (1, 2, 3) Pootball (2, 3) Oswego Teachers College JOHN B. ROSS " Butch " To have a friend, one must be one. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Switchboard Operator Chelsea School of Law ALFRED F. ROSSI " Teddy " O, build your dreams of granite-stone! Hobby: Bowling- Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain Individual Prize Stamp Club Rifle Team Track Team (1, 2) Baseball (1, 2, 3) Boston University JULIUS RUBINOVITZ " Rube " Himself a host. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Lawrence Prize (3) F D 2 A Track Team Boston University Page Sixty-one OD(]D€ir(] ABBOTT M. RUBY " Ab " Always kind coid considerate. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor liooni Treasurer (3) Current Events Club (4) French Club (8) Tufts JOHN F. RUNEY " Jack " A word from the ivise is sufficient. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) Room Treasurer (2) Current Events Club (4) Rifle Team (4) Football (3, 4) Track Team (3) Dartmouth College JOSEPH G. RUSSELL " Rusty " A man of few words. Hobby: Boating Ambition: Civil Service Dentley ' s FRANCIS A. RUSSO " Baby " The world is like a stage. Hobby: Spoi ' ts Ambition: Aviator Room Captain (3) Glee Club (1, 2) Track (1) N. E. Aircraft School JOHN S. RUSSO " Sonny " Whistle and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Pharmacist Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Stamp Club College SEYMOUR RUTBERG " Sonny " Who knows tvhat the morrow ivill bring? Hobby: Piano Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Math. Club Stamp Club Track Team M. L T. RALPH D. RYAN " Moon " Keep going till you reach the top. Hobby: Sports Honor Roll (1) Chief Cheer Leader Co-Captain Track Team Vice-Chairman Alumni Com- mittee Track Letterman Holder of 5 City Track Re- coi ' ds First Boston schoolboy to jump 6 ft. and over Dartmouth College HENRY J. RYMEIS " Fish " Life is short, live it long and well. Hobby: Dancing Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 3) Math. Club Track Team Coast Guard Academy THEODORE S. SAAD " Saad " Everything comes to him xvho ivaits. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) 1 A- Current Events Club Math. Club M. L T. EDWARD A. SABATINI " Ed " A gentleman at all times. Hobby: Clubs Ambition: Sociologist Minnesota University FELICE A. SACCO " Sacks " Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Rifle Club Stamp Club Boston University MICHAEL S. SANIUK " Mike " Wait and sec. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Individual Prize Rifle Club Football (3, 4) Track Team (1) Baseball (2, 3) Northeastern Page Sixty-two GEORGE A. SAVAGE " Doc " Hobby: Sports Ambition: B. A. degree Chemistry Club Track (2, 3) College RAYMOND F. SCANNELL " Ray " A great artist. Hobby: Art Cadet Captain Associate Editor Honor Roll (2) 1 A Current Events Club Room Councilor (3) Boston College JACK B. SCHIRAGA " Sherry " Give thy thoughts no tongue. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Executive Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (3) Track Team (2, 3) Football Team Baseball Team Boston University THOMAS A. SCHNETZER " Tom " am what I am — So what? Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Doctor Rifle Team Track Team Baseball Football Boston College WARREN F. SCHUERFELD " Buddy " A long peach in a little or- chard grew. Hobby: Motors Ambition: Diesel Engineer Rifle Team Current Events Club Tech ELWOOD L. SCRIVENS " Ellie " The bigger they are the harder they fall. Hobby: Dogs Ambition : Veterinarian Cadet Captain Honor Bugler (1, 2, 3) Football Track N. Y. State Vet. College JOHN J. SCULLY " Skull " Good iiafnred and friendly. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Electrician Cadet Lieutenant Room Treasurer (1, 2) Room Councilor Lawrence Prize (2, 3) F. D. Current Events Club NICHOLAS SCURTO " Nick " Nothing is impossible. Hobby: Music Ambition: Chemical Engin- eer Cadet Lieutenant French Club Track Team M. L T. FERDINAND S. SECHOVICZ " Freddie " A sailor he should be. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Engineer Honor Roll (1) Room Treasurer Track (1, 2, 3) Football (2, 3) M. I. T. ROLAND SEGALINI " Buzzon " like ivork, play, and study. Hobby: Sports Cadet Captain Current Events Club Football (2) M. I. T. CHARLES SHAIN " Chick " Fight hard, but keep it clean. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Honor Guard Track Team (2) Northeastern HARVEY M. SHAW " Lefty " ' Tis strange, but true. Hobby: Carpentry Ambition: Engineer Room Councilor (2, 3) Northeastern Page Sixty-three JOHN J. SHEA " Jack " All honest man is well admired. Hobby: Music Ambition: Pianist Current Events Club Boston College BRENDAN J. SHEEHAN " Benny " It is clear he is a geiitle)nan. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Honor Roll (3, 4) Lawrence Prize Record Staff Current Events Club Bentley ' s CARLETON G. SHEEHAN " Carle " Oiilu the best are chosen. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s WILLIAM H. SHEEHAN " Ace " His is a noble heart. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: College Baseball Boston University ROBERT J. SHERMAN " Rob " ThoK art now a man. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Doctor Spelling Bee Honor Guard Track (1, 2) Football (2) University cf Sou. Cal. WILLIAM F. SHERMAN " Bill " YoH can ' t judge a book by its cover. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Business Banker Page Sixty-four JOHN T. SHIEL " Speed " Make pure and holy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviator Stamp Club Chemistry Club Successful Business Career PAUL F. SHONE " Shine " A still small voice can al- ways be heard. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Politician Stamp Club (2) Glee Club (2) Baseball (2, 3) Track Team (2) Harvard JOSEPH J. SHORTALL " Honey " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Athletic Captain (2, 3) Rifle Club (2) Ass ' t. Manager Football and Baseball (1, 2) Tufts JEROME SHULMAN " Jerry " Be yourself. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Diesel Engineer Baseball Northeastern Lawyer GERALD P. SIEGEL " Jerry " Good things come from heaven. Hobby: Music Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Debating Club Orchestra Swimming Boston University HUGH P. SIMMS " Phil " Clothes make the man. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Radio Camera Club (3) M. L T. ALFRED I. SIMON " Alf " v c is jnst a howl of cherries. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize F2 Honor Roll (2, 3) Honor Guard 4 A Math. Club WALTER F. R. SKRICKUS " Skrick " He has an eye for beauty. Hobby: Boats Ambition : Tcchnologi- cal Work JOSEPH S. SLAVET " Gabby " Like father, like son. Hobby: Music Ambition: Play like Benny Goodman Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) 3 A- Orchestra JOSEPH M. SLAVINSKY " Joe " A big, bold, bhisterivg man. Hobby: Miniature Building Ambition: Glazier Individual Prize Fencing Team (3) Football (2) Work in Glass Store EDWARD G. SMALL " Spookie " Little by little the bird builds its nest. Hobby: Sports Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) Fencing Team (2) Chemistry Club (4) Track (2) U. S. Diesel School Record Staff (3, 4) ALBERT A. SMITH " Al " A still, small voice can al- ways be heard. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prizes Ml, F2 and F D School Spelling Bee (1) Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) 6 A Math. Club President (4) Student Council (4) M. I. T. " if DAVID H. SMITH " Dave " Modest, not shy. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Ping Pong Player Honor Roll (1) Room Councilor (3) Student Council (3) Class President (3) Class Secretary-Treasurer (4) Ass ' t. Manager Baseball (1, 2, 3) Football Manager (3) Track Team (1, 2) JAMES J. SMITH " Bimmie " Fight hard, but keep it clean. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Chemist JOHN E. SMITH " Smitty " It pays to advertise. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Stenographer Cpmera Club (3) Tiack Team (2, 3) College JOSEPH A. SMITH " Smitty " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Crooner Math. Club Chemistry Club Track (3, 4) Boston College LEONARD W. SMITH " Smitty " Spare the rod and spoil the child. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Club Current Events Club M. I. T. EDWARD P. SONS " Sunny " Good to the last drop. Hobby: Catching butterflies Ambition: President Honor Roll (2) 2 A- Current Events Club Camera Club Track Team (2, 3, 4) University of South. Cal. Page Sixty-five he k€C€ir(][ OLIVER F. SOUCY " Pretzel " His eyes toward Incas ' gold are turned. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Engineer M. I. T. SHERMAN P. SPAULDING " Sherm " Live to learn. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Library Corps Honor Roll (2, 3) 1 A M. L T. HARRY S. SPECTOR " RubinofT " My music is the best. Hobby: Violin Ambition: Symphony Con- ductor Cadet Captain Library Corps Honor Roll (2) Debating Club Record Staff Orchestra Track (2, 3) Le Fontainbleu ROBERT SPEIRS " Bert " A man is what he eats. Hobby: Radio Business JOHN E. SPILLANE " ' Johnny " A modest gentleman of serious mien. Hobby: Travel WILLIAM J. SPROUL " Bill " We are only what we make ourselves. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer M. I. T. EUGENE F. STABILE " Gene " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Musician Current Events Club Track Team Harvard GABRIEL M. STABILE " Gabe " A little music now and then is good for the best of men. Hobby: Piano Ambition: Musician Track Team (4) Harvard DOMINIC T. STAFFIER " Staff " Walking life ' s sequestered path. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Clergyman Honor Roll (1) 1 A ROCCO R. STAFFIER " Rocky " Just what the doctor ordered. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Surgeon Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize Chemistry Club Tufts STANISLAUS STASIUKIEWICZ " Stash " Be merry, if you are wise. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Mechanic M. I. T. WALTER F. STERRITT " Buddy " Where there ' s d will there ' s a way. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer College Page Sixty-si WILLIAM J. STEWART " Stew " Life is too sweet to ivorry. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Banker Football (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3) Dartmouth ARTHUR J. STONE " Art " The king of good fellows. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Cadet Lieutenant Camera Club Track Team (2, 4) Ass ' t. Baseball Manager (4) Boston University LAWRENCE STONE " Larry " All flijC world loves a comedian. Hobby: Old Cars Ambition: Newspaper Editor Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Athletic Captain (3) Cheer Leader (4) Dance Committee (4) Current Events Club (4) Track Team (2, 3, 4) EDWARD L. STORER " Bud " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Current Events Club Track Team (3, 4) College FRANK W. STRINGI " Stringy " Happy am I; from care I ' m free. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Salesman ACHILLES STUMPUS " Stumpy " Mighty as can be. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Current Events Club Boston University HELMUT J. SULKOVSKY " Ben " Such stuff the world is made of. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Major Leagues Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize F D (3) Honor Roll (2) EDWARD F. SULLIVAN " Sully " A man after his own heart. Hobby: Boats Ambition: Engineer Band, Orchestra Track (2, 3, 4) College JAMES F. SULLIVAN " Jim " Zealous but modest. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honor Roll (2) Business College JAMES P. SULLIVAN " Gus " An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Banker Athletic Captain Room Councilor Football (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball Team (3) Track Team (2, 3, 4) Dartmouth ROBERT M. SULLIVAN " Bob " Mighty, now, in heart is he. Hobby: Bumble Bees Ambition: To Play the Ba- zooka Chess Club Baseball (1, 2) Football (3, 4) Track Team (1) University of South. Cal. CLIFFORD SUNDBERG " Sonny " Too good to be true. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sports Editor Baseball (2) B. U. C. B. A. Page Sixty-seven ERNEST A. SUSI " Ernie " The elements mixed gently in his nature. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Football Tech JOHN M. SWAN Now the work goes bravely on. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: Engineer Holy Cross JOHN R. SWEENEY " J. R. " Speed ivithont accuracy is useless. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize (Hist. 1) Honor Roll (1, 2) Room Councilor 6 A Chemistry Club Boston College JOSEPH M. SWEENEY " Joe " Here lies one whose name ivas writ in water. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honor Roll (1) Northeastern LEONARD SWEET " Lenny " It is well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Diesel Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club (4) ANTHONY F. TAMMARO " Tony " Master of the ether waves. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Crooner ANIELLO TANCREDI " Tan " A good mixer. Hobby: Keeping Fish Ambition: Orator Cadet Captain Suffolk County Law School ANTHONY J. TARANTINO " Bobo " Only the ivise speak little. Hobby: Hockey Glee Club Accountant ROBERT D. TAYLOR " Bob " He, from tvhose lips divine persuasion floivs. Hobby: Autos Ambition: Civil Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) 1 A Chemistry Club M. L T. " HARVEY TEPLITZ " Quin " Every man is the maker of his fortune. Hobby: Camping Individual Prize (3) Track Team (3) Civil Engineering JOHN E. TEVNAN " Johnny " Life is too su ' cet to worry. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Aviator Cadet Lieutenant Chess Club Rifle Team Boston University STEPHEN A. THOMAS " Specs " We arc only what we make ourselves. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Insurance Sur- veyor Baseball (2, 3) Track (2, 3) Fencing Team (2, 3) B. U. Page Sixty-eight RUSSELL A. TIBBETTS " Russ " Look before yon leap. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Sailor Cadet Captain Current Events Club Nautical Training- School JOSEPH F. TIERNEY " Joe " Walking life ' s scqnestei-ed path. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Diesel Engineer Diesel School. JOSEPH W. TIMMERMAN " Tim " IVIioe there ' s a will the)e ' s a way. Hobby: Football Ambition: Salesman Baseball Team (2, 3) Football Team (2, 4) Boston College JOSEPH G. TOBIN " Doc " Vim, vigor, vitality. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Get a Job Track Squad Individual Prize (1) Athletic Captain (2) Camera Club Baseball Team (3, 4) ROBERT J. TOTTEN " Bob " know what I know. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Business Execu- tive Honor Roll (2) Debating Club Current Events Club Chemistry Club Boston College FRANCIS X. TREACY r ,n telling you — not asking yon. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Pro Sports Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 3) Spelling Bee Q, 2) College ALBERT TRIFIRO " Al " Let us rejoice while we are young. Hobby: Books Ambition: Culture Cadet Captain Track Letterman Honor Roll (2) Current Events Club Glee Club Track Team College JOSEPH A. TRINGALI " Flash " On wi)tgs of the wind. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Architect Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize S3 Track Team Football Boston College NATHANIEL TUCKER " Tommy " Happy am I; from care I ' m free. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teaching Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize F D (2) Honor Roll (2, 3) Library Corps Track Team (3) Bridgewater Teachers Col- lege SIDNEY H. TUSHIN " Sid " Determination conquers all obstacles. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviation Cadet Lieutenant Record Staff (3, 4) Aviation Club (2) Current Events Club (4) Math. Club (4) M. I. T. WALTER C. URBANIK " Urby " Non-com )nittance is a virtue. Hobby: Stamps Engineer Current Events Club Stamp Club Baseball (3) Prep. School JOHN A. VAGENAS " Lanky " A member of Honor ' s famous train. Hobby: Story Telling Ambition: Journalist Track Team Business-Journalist Page Sixty-nine €ir(][ ATTILIO A. VARDARO " Speed " Clothes make the num. Hobby: Fishing- Ambition: Fighter Fighting- Champion RALPH T. VENEZIA " Ray " What is good for the goose, is good for the gander. Hobby: Music Ambition: Band Leader Band PAUL E. VOGEL " Red " Size arrives on wings of time. Hobby: English Ambition: West Point Cadet Captain Glee Club Stamp Club Army Officer JOSEPH W. WALL " Joe " A friend tried and true. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. FELIX J. WALSH " Fe " Whistle and she ' ll come to yon. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Room Spelling- Bee Glee Club Track (1, 2) Football (2, 3) Northeastern JAMES F. WALSH " Itchy " Second thoughts, they say, are best. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Surgeon Cadet Lieutenant Aviation Club (2) Track Team (2, 3) Tufts AT liliiiiii mkim JOSEPH WALTON " Peter Piper " All the world loves a comedian. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Forest Ranger Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Chess Club (3) Track Team (1, 2) Mass. State College EDWARD F. WARD " Rusty " Solitude and quietude. Hobby: Travel Ambition: Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Spelling Winner (3) Track Team (2) College GEORGE G. WARD " Buddy " like work, play and study. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Stenographer Work SIDNEY WARSHAFSKY " Sid " Zealous but modest. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Pharmacist Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club (3, 4) Mass. College of Phaimacy JOHN M. WATERS " Farmer " never have sought the world. Hobby: Swimming- Honor Roll (1) PAUL J. WATSON " Doc " Vain is the help of man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: TeacheT Room Councilor (2) Glee Club Baseball (3) Football (3) College Page Seventy 1 RICHARD P. WAYMAN " Dick " A sailor he would be. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Navy Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (3) 2 A Fencing- Squad (3 yrs.) Annapolis MORRIS WEISBERG " Morry " A friend at all time. Hobby: Debating Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Record Staff Mass. State ARNOLD H. WEISMAN " Arnie " Ambitioi has no rest. Cadet Captain Track Team Letterman (1, 2, 4) Football (2) Baseball (1) Boston University SAUL WEISMAN " Lefty " An ardent, serious stiideiit. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Northeastern JAMES J. WHITE " Farmer " Every man is the son of his works. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Professor Cadet Captain Spelling Bee ' 35 Current Events Club ' 36 Chess Club ' 36 College EDMUND R. WILLIAMS " Roy " Wanna buy a raffle ticket? Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Baseball Captain (3, 4) Room Captain (3, 4) Track (2, 3, 4) Football (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3) College CARL R. WITTEN " Karle " A penny for your thoughts. Hobby: Music Ambition: Bio-Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Alumni Committee ' 37 Record Staff (4) Math. Club Glee Club (2) Fencing Team M. I. T. CHESTER L. WOLFE " Justa " Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Rifle Team Fencing Team Baseball Track Team Football Harvard ROBERT L. WOODBURY " Bob " You ' d scarce expect one of my age. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Rifle Team (2, 3, 4) V. P. I. PAUL F. WOODWARD " Woody " Education pays the way. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Accountant Cadet Captain Current Events Club Stamp Club Fencing Club Fencing Team (2, 3) Northeastern DONALD YOUNG Bold in heart. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Business THEODORE J. ZABORSKI " Ted " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Room Councilor (1) Baseball Team (2, 3) Football Team (3, 4) Page Seventy-one MORRIS ZALLEX " Morry " And those good little ones. Hobby: Music Ambition: En neer Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Club Camera Club Rifle Team Track Team (:3, 4) M. I. T. MICHAEL T. ZEVOLO •Mike " Let me be a friend to man. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Store Manager Honor Roll ( 1. 2) Lawrence Pr ze Al Lawrence Prize F D (2, 3) WILLIAM R. ZIEGLER " Bill " Power lies dormant icithin him. Hobby: Dramatics Ambition: Journalist Debating Club (4) Track Team (3, 4) Northeastern L niversitv CHARLES E. ARRIS .4 big, bold, blustering man. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business JOHN H. P. Mclaughlin " Mac " Words are women; deeds are men. Hobby: Wrestling Ambition: Politician Room Captain ( ' 34, ' 35, ' 36) Cun-ent Events Club Football Team Track Suffolk Law School RUSSELL WHITE " Russ " Time will explain it all. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Chemist LEO ANGLIX " Lee " Good irine needs no push. Hobby: Books Ambition: Teacher Aviation Club Track Boston College LOUIS R. AXTOXELLI " Bangs " Oh sleep. ' It is a gentle thing. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: OljTnpic Swim Team Harvard ORESTE V. BAIXO " Red " He who laughs last, laughs best. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviator Stamp Club Football (2) Track (2) Boston University CHARLES J. BETTAXO " Happy " Hasten slowly, hasten slowly. Hobby: Birds Ambition: Lawj-er Swimming Team Suffolk Law School JOHN J. BOGUE " Solomon " Discretion is the better part of valor. Individual Prize Track (1, 2, 3) Football (1, 2, 3) CHARLES A. CAXXATA " Buddy " Built for comfort, not for speed. Hobby: Model Aircraft Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer WILLIAM H. CAREY The wise man never loses his temper. JOSEPH P. CARUSO Good things come small. Hobby: Hockey WEXDELL F. COOKE " Cookie " To he or not to be.- Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawj-er Harvard FRAXCIS X. CURRAX " Raisins " O, build your dreams of granite-stone. ' Hobby: Dramatics Ambition: To be an Actor Year Book Boston Universitv ROBERT J. DESMOND " Dessy " You stand in your own light. Hobby : Drawing Ambition: Artist Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2) Mass. Art School HERBERT J. DOXOVAX " Herb " Time has a tanning hand. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business Man Cadet Lieutenant Football Team Track Team Boston University (Business coui ' se) ERXEST J. ETLIXG " Moe " Be courteous to men and women. Hobby: Hunting SALVATORE C. FEMINO " Blondie " Speak when you ' re spoken to. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Bookkeeper C. P. A. MATTHEW GINTY Reliability and hard work ire my reasons for success. Hobbv: Radio M. I. T. Page Seventy -two MERRILL H. GREENE " Greenie " The world is a comedy to those that thhik. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Coast Guard Track (1, 2) U. S. Coast Guard Academy JAMES T. GRINHAM " Jimmy " He has his way. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Room Councilor (1, 2) Boston University PAUL M. HALLORAN " Matty " English High, the milestone oil the road to success. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Travel Room Captain (4) Football Team Baseball Team Boston University RALPH HELFENBAUM " Helfy " Vincit qui laborat. Hobby: Music Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (3) Harvard DONALD P. HICKEY " Don " Fair is foul, foul is fair. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Physician Stamp Collecting Aviation Club RICHARD P. HINES " Dick " We reap as tve have sown. Hobby: Swimming JOHN E. HOGAN " Johnny " Honesty is the best factor. Hobby: Books Ambition: Stenographer FRANCIS E. V. HUDSON " Hendrick " Labor is tiring. ■ Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Reporter Chemistry Club Current Events Club Track Team Notre Dame ROCCO lASCONI " Flash " How far the little candle throws its beam. Hobby: Model building Ambition: Teacher Boston University THOMAS W. IRWIN " Oiwin " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Chemist Noi ' theastern WILLIAM H. KOZLOWSKI " Billy " He ' s always in the act of delivery. Honor Roll (1, 3) Lawrence Prize H2 HERMAN C. LANGMEYER " Hum " Whose words all ears took captive. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Stenographer Baseball WILLIAM LAPPAS " Bill " The dyyianio gains poiver with movement. Ambition: Make a million dollars Baseball Team Football Team WALTER G. LUSCOMBE " Walt " A most fastidious person you appear. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Business Pro- moter Lawrence Prize (2) F D JOSEPH P. McLaughlin " Joe " Always ready and xvilling. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Reporter English Debating Club Track (4) Northeastern FRANCIS X. McTIGHE " Mac " Anything worth doing at all, is worth doing well. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Wall Street Wiz- ard Cadet Lieutenant Track Team Baseball Cornell MARTIN J. MANNING Power lies dormant tvithin him. Hobby : Machinery Ambition: Aviation JOSEPH MAZZUCCHELLT What fools these mortals be. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Engineer Honor Roll (1, 2) College JOHN L. MEEHAN " Bud " 0)1 ivings of the wind. Hobby: Horse Racing Ambition: Aviator Football (2, 3, 4) Notie Dame CHRISTO MEGALONAKIS " Meggy " What are you, Man or Mouse? Hobby: Old coins Ambition: Engineer JAMES F. METZLER " Slim " Take it, the future is yours. Hobby: Driving- Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Captain Debating Club Glee Club Chess Team Football (2, 3, 4) Track Team (3, 4) Baseball Team (3) Notre Dame MENELAUS J. MIRAGEA " Mike " Join the navy and see the sea. Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Southern California ARTHUR T. MORRIS " Art " Silence is qolden. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Business Football Huntington School JOHN W. MORRIS " Jack " Mighty as can be. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Doctor Boston University ROBERT P. MURRAY " Buck " A stitch in time saves nine. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Graduate Boston College WILLIAM A. O ' MEARA " Fish " Happy am I; from care I ' m free. Hobby: Fishing- Ambition: Pianist Track Tel. Co. FRANCIS X. ORFANELLO " Skeets " Thought 07ice awakened does not again slumber. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Football Team (2, 3) Track Team (2, 3) Page Seventy-three JOHN A. PATKAUSKAS " Pat " Live and let live. Hobby: Music Ambition: Accountant Business College RICHARD PHILLIPS " Dick " Luck and posterity. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Horseman Football (4) Track (2, 3) Own horses WENDELL D. PIGOTT " Windy " All my friends are more to me than gold. Hobby: Football Ambition: Row a Battleship Lawrence Prize (2) F D Spelling Contest A Job JOSEPH P. POWELL " Pat " Silence is golden. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Individual Prize Business ANTHONY F. RAPALOS " Tony " Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Lawrence Prize C3 1 A College EDWARD T. RAYEL " Bob " The fire is slowly dying, but still the glowing embers remain. Hobby: Baseball College LAWRENCE D. ROSS " Lainry " Fair is foul, foul is fair. Hobby: Travel Ambition: Corp. Executive Current Events Club Bowdoin College EDWIN F. ROTH " Eddie " Beware of the silent one. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Spelling Winner Rifle Club Track Team Football GEORGE B. RUBIN Money in the hand, and in the pocket. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Executive Winthrop Swimming Champ JAMES V. RYAN " J. V. " When in doubt, do nothing. Ambition: Politician Councilor (2) Stamp Club Glee Club Baseball (3) Track Team (1, 2) ALFRED SANTOSUOSSO " Al " A big man with big ideas. Hobby: Popular records Ambition: Doctor Student Council (2, 3) Room Councilor (1, 2, 3) Glee Club Track (4) Holy Cross JOSEPH A. SCANLAN " Rivet " Still waters run deep. Hobby: Writing- Ambition: Steel worker School of Welding CHARLES G. SHAMMA " Chick " A man ' s thoughts are his own. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Artist Football Boston University E. SHERMAN Cool, calm and collected. Hobby: Whistling Ambition: Musician MILTON SIMON " Milt " Silence is golden. Hobby: Skating Honor Roll (2) Business PERCIVAL C. SMITH " Smitty " A new broom sweeps clean. Hobby: Horse-back riding Ambition: Doctor Lincoln University EDWARD G. SULLIVAN " Sully " Hardy and hale is he. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Lawyer Glee Club Track Team Baseball Boston University JOHN V. TARUSHKA " Jack " A long peach in a little orchard grew. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Wrestler Business EDWARD THOMAS Nothing is impossible. Hobby: Football Ambition: Mechanic Track Machinist SAMUEL J. TUCKER " Sam " am what I am — so what? Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Engineering FRED H. TUVESON Stop, look and listen — so what? Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemical Engin- eer Honor Roll (2, 3) 2 A Lawrence Prizes G3, F. D. (3) Laboratory Assistant P3 M. I. T. HUGH M. WALSH " Cab " A man with intellectual abilities. Hobby: Stamps Business. JOSEPH WOLF Farewell, honest soldier. Hobby: Sketching Ambition: Engineering Aviation JOHN C. WOOD " Johnny " No man is the wiser for his learnings. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Lawyer Boston University Page Seventy-four Cruising The Corridors Well, here we go for the final swing around the corridor circuit, so bend your shell-pink ears our way, brother. — To all intents and purposes, the Farewell Prom promises to surpass all previous parties and mark a new high in English High social affairs. Bestow, therefore, one orchid of the finest sort on John Dugan, who make s it all possible. — Exactly twenty chests were a little more inflated, and twenty (count ' em) pairs of shoulders were inches higher when the awards at Prize Drill were announced. But, alas and sad to relate, thirty-six (count ' em again if you want to) captains were moanin ' low. — An orchid apiece to Henry Rymeis, Angelo Cannava, Frank BergdoU, and James White, our new colonels. — Ned Erne, the candid camera man, finds cause for woe in one Dick Cugnasca. It ' s a long, tearful story; we ' ll tell you later. — Roy Williams and his cohorts are set for the opener with Southie as we go to press. — It looks like a big year if present prospects pan out. As usual, the football team has the lion ' s share of positions, what with Costello, Halloran, Williams, Stewart, Barry, Cowhig, and Melaugh plugging some of the gaps. — Red Devine, the impeccable, has cause for worry in the rival assortment of exotic, rainbow-hued neckwear as displayed by none other than Teddy (Wanna buy an oil-burner? Make sure it ' s a Republic) Lip- sitz. — We hope you like this new set up for the Year Book. — The panels were designed by Uncle Elmer Mechan, who thereby rates one of the orchids. — John de Pic had some swell gags in his Last Will, but unfortunately, they had to be censored. — Too bad. — Larry Stone has been taking weekly (at least) sojourns to Dorchester. — It would ordinarily Phyllis with wonder, but we know why the old home town appeals. — Excuse that pun. We ' ve waited all year to use one, and anyway the space needed filling. — Those recordings by Tommy Dorsey and Benny Goodman created a furore in the cafeteria. After lunch all tests began on the upbeat. — Harry Spector, who wears only what is chemically correct, seems to prefer Washington belles to home-town talent. — Sherm Spaulding, the old impersonator, better watch out or he ' ll have an international incident on his hands. Al Lopez might tell friend Adolf. — The Head- master informs us that the alumni drive reached the highest peak since the boom years of ' 29- ' 30. — Accordingly we ' re giving another verbal bouquet to Walter K(inetic energy) Hall, ye olde chairman. — Our year is a success. Lee McHenry really read this column. We can leave happy. — Into each life some rain must fall and ours seems to be the perennial, pleasantly pugnacious Paul Pollock. — He has chided us and we are (or should be) duly chastened. — Tommy Burns is going to leave a hard-to-fill vacancy in Mr. Southworth ' s candy-catering corps. — What captain ' s face was very scarlet three days before Prize Drill? — Asleep at the squads left, eh, John, you dope! — Jimmy Sullivan heads for the wide open spaces next fall. The University of South Dakota beckons. — " London " England intends to enter M. I. T. as do John Bush, (lab consultant at large for C43 Aw), Crawford Buker, Bob Taylor (No, Garbo doesn ' t love him, but Bob wishes she did), A. A. Smith (the A. A. is appropriate), Al Simon, and others too numerous to mention. — John Nazzaro is slated to enter the Citadel, he tells us. Duke wants to be a military man. — Hahvud calls Lopez, Farahe Maloof, Chess-ter Kripke, the Cavarnos freres, and Alcott Larsson, — Mel Golder is casting sheep ' s eyes towards Tufts. — If we were to print the names of those going to the Heights or to B. U., we ' d take all summer. We ' ll cut this here. — The Record staff would like to distribute orchids among the following dignitaries: Paul Coleman, John Cohen, Austin Nielsen, Joe Distefano, gorgeous Georgie Jameson, Frank Curran, Mel Golder, John England, and many others. Their aid was indispensable in making the Y. B. the success we hope it is. — We ' re running out of orchids, but we ' ve saved the biggest and most beautiful for Mr. Downey, the best and truest friend that the Class of 193 7 has. — The time has come to say au revoir, toodle-oo, pip-pip, a fond cheerio, a bit of tweet-tweet and pleasant dreams. — Sorry, maestro; it was a good line and we needed it. — Well, for the last time, we ' ll be seeing you, and perhaps we ' ll cruise the corridors together again in the not too distant future. Wer weisst? . H. C. Page Seventy-five Athletics at English High By Marshall I. Halin Another year at Eir i lish High Has heard the sou ml of Victory cry It is with great satisfaction that we look back on the splendid achievements of our athletic teams during the school year of 1936-1937. The sterling performance of our athletes on gridiron, track, and diamond has once again produced the laurel wreath of victory. The irresistible surge of our teams has gone far toward adding new honors to those that are traditionally associated with the name of English High. Great praise is especially merited by those bi-azure athletes who launched an offensive in track com- petition throughout the state which finally annexed for them the title of State Cham- pions. Unfortunately, however, the bitter accompanies the sweet; and with the greater honor that attends state supremacy came the loss of the Reggies for the first time in sixteen years. Despite the occasional set-backs which have occurred, the school has at all times enthusiastically rallied to the support of our teams. In victory and defeat, this spirit of cooperation and encouragement has ever been a constant source of inspira- tion. As a result the athletic record compares very favorably with the high standards achieved by the English High teams of the past. Let us for a moment return to the autumn of this year and re-enact the outstanding events in the Blue and Blue sports calendar. Football We ' re back to October second, 1936 for the opening game of the season at Groton. It ' s late in the second period. Ed Cowhig, line shattering fullback, slashes through to block partially a Groton punt. Paul Cuddy, alert quarterback, snares the loose ball and races 40 yards for the touchdown. Cowhig ' s trusty foot goes back, and the ball twists end over end to bisect the uprights. English 7 — Groton 6. . . . Now we ' re at the Bee Hive gridiron for the Trade Game — The blue Monday of the football campaign. Ihrough four periods of billowing dust driven by frigid blasts, English High battles a surprising Trade team. And when the final whistle blows, all is as it began, English 0 — Trade 0. . . . We next play host to the B. C. High boys. Late in the first quarter Paul Cuddy breaks away on the Eaglets 27 yard ribbon, and canters all the way to the 5 yard line as the period comes to a close. On the very first play of the second quarter Ed Cowhig bangs through right guard for the big six points. English 6 — B. C. High 0. . . . At the Dorchester game a battering English line hammers its way down to the Dorchester 2 yard line. Ed Cowhig takes the leather and dives over for the touchdown. The trusty Cowhig foot swings back, and again the conversion is successful. English 7 — Dorchester 0. ... At the Mechanics massacre, Ed Cowhig intercepts an Artisan pass on the third play of the game, and races 4 5 yards to the goal line. Paul Cuddy ploughs through left guard for the second touchdown, and finally Jim Sullivan knifes through for the third. English 20 — Mechanics 0. ... On Friday the 13th at the Com- merce game, Paul Cuddy cannonades through center for the first tally. Then Ed Cow- hig blasts his way through right tackle, races 3 5 yards for the second touchdown, and Page Seventy-seven he eoDODird then kicks the extra point. English 13 — Commerce 0. . . . Now comes the long awaited clash between the two titans of Boston football, English and Memorial. Because of the arctic gale that sweeps the fie ld, the game seesaws according to which team has the wind at its back. And after 4 periods of battling on a frozen gridiron, both teams are content to call it quits in a scoreless deadlock. English 0 — Memorial 0. . . .The big day is here. The forty-eighth annual meeting between the two arch rivals of foot- ball, Latin and English. Early in the mud soaked classic, Plackter, Latin tackle, leaps up, blocks an English punt, and then drapes himself around the ball behind the goal hne. At the beginning of the second half, Bjorklund of Latin smashes over the second and final touchdown. Latin 13 — English 0. Track The football heroes of yesterday have donned their track flimsies, and we ' re at the 101st Infantry Armory. It ' s the English — Dorchester — Trade meet, the opening affair of the season. Our rubber-soled and lion-hearted athletes romp to an overwhelm- ing victory. English piles up the surprising total of 221 points to outclass Dorchester with a mere 6 5. . . . Now we ' re at the Boston Garden Track for the Northeastern Meet and our Rupe Leonard shows his mettle by flashing through a fast fifty to outdo all pre-race favorites. . . . At the Mechanics-Memorial meet, English High successfully prolongs her track dynasty by 1 1-3 points, as Mechanics makes a supreme effort to topple the Double Blue from its lofty track throne. . . . Once again at the Garden for the Eastern Seaboard Relay Carnival, English, with a red-hot relay combination, triumphs over Newton and Mechanics on three different occasions to become king of the carnival for 1937. . . .At the Latin meet, the Blue swamps a faltering Purple team to paint a deep blue mark of victory on the annals of athletic history. . . . Now we ' re at the Case Memorial Cage for the Andover Games, where English, unable to staunch a steady flow of Newton victories, is forced to content itself with runner-up position in the final results. ... At the Garden again for the eventful State Meet, the Blue and Blue, airing its most powerful team of the decade, adds one more jewel to its sparkling track tiara by dethroning a favored Newton team and smashing its way to the State championship. At the disastrous Regimental Meet, English High cedes her city championship to a fighting Mechanic Arts team for the first time in 16 consecutive years and brings to a close the indoor track proceedings of the 193 7 season. Baseball Spring is in the atmosphere. The crisp cold days of football and track have slipped into the past, and now King Baseball once more rules the land. Out at Billings field, the fresh air tingles our nostrils, and little green things are struggling to keep their heads above the spike-pitted surface. The sun casts its straggling beams upon some 200 cavorting ball players. From these 200, a team will be chosen which will undoubtedly compare favorably with those of the past. The usual bustle of the ball field prevails. Every member of the squad is concen- trating on a position, and they are all out there to make the team. We hear the crack of bats and the whine of balls, and occasionally a shout of, " Heads up! " Off to one side. Coach Ohrenberger chats with his lettermen. Captain Roy Williams, Em Reddy, Wally Urbanik, Bill Stewart, Joe Davenport, Johnny Moloney, Bill Barry, Paul Halloran and Manager Dave Smith. The veterans are given special mstructions, and then the entire squad is rounded up for a little pep-talk. Let ' s listen to the coach. " Boys, this year we have the makings of a fine ball team. With a strong nucleus such as our veterans present, and with the determination some of you new comers are showing, we should go through our 1937 schedule without defeat. " Judging from the practice sessions that we have viewed, we feel sure that this year the English High School will be represented by a snappy ball club that will play winning baseball. Page Seventy-eight Page Seventy-nine l- " irsi l- ' f luiillv . Sli,ilvii.. . K.-ll. ' , Santosu ' l s ' i, Mr. WilUi;! uck, Weisiiiciii, Cadiga n. Seconfl Itow : Eniiian. Lynch, rarroU. Pasohall. Seiiiiier. Keefe. Ricketson, Dnlan. Bekht-i-. Third Row : Byfiekl, Staniatos, Stern, McGowan. Williams, Klias. Cowles, AhiKian. Fourth Row : Buchanan, Cohen, Kelley, Mahoney. Canty, Kent, Butters. I ' Mfth Row : AVil.shire, Yellin. DiBlasio, Conley. O ' Brien. I oring. Sixth Row : Thomson, Bowers, MacDonnell, Gaddis, Twomey, Jameson. Glee Ch h The Glee Club, with Mr. T. Francis Burke of the Boston School Music Depart- ment as instructor, and Mr. R. M. Evans as our faculty adviser, has proven itself very popular. Every Tuesday afternoon in Block VI about seventy young McCormaeks, Tibbetts and Melchiors assemble in the Assembly Hall to rehearse. This year the mem- bership is more than double that of last year. The entire glee club sang at the Parents ' Day Exercises in February, instead of the octet and the soloists as on former occasions. The club also appeared at several Thursday morning assemblies. It is planned to have the group participate in a city wide joint concert of all high school glee clubs. The final appearance of the singers this year will be at the graduation exercises to be held at Tremont Temple next June. Page Eighty Among The Clubs By Donald M. Knott Rlilc Cluh The Rifle Club, with Major M. J. Lannon, the school armorer, as faculty adviser has held a series of noisy, but none the less worthwhile meetings this year. The club assembled every Wednesday evening in the old lunchroom of the school and held shooting matches. Members were taught the working and mechanism of a rifle and the proper way of handling and firing it. Matches were held frequently, and, as the club holds a charter from the National Rifle Association, all the shots that were made were official throughout the country. A team was chosen to shoot in interscholastic matches and came out victorious in most contests. A team from the Club fires a volley at the VIemonal Day exercises held every year. The Executive Committee of the Rifle Club is as follows: Richard E. Cugnasca, Pre sident; John L. Brosnan, Vice President; Lawson R. Ott, Range Officer; and Ray- mond A. Hansen, Secretary. Sid? Hp Cluh The Stamp Club, with Mr. Richards of the Latin Department as faculty adviser, has completed a successful year. This year the membership was about twenty-five, and the regular Tuesday afternoon meetings in Room 150 were always well attended. At the meetings, new issues were exhibited and described by members and many stamp auctions were held. Members of the Club had the opportunity of ordering new stamp issues and first day covers from the Philatelic Agency at Washington. Two interesting exhibits of stamps and first day covers were shown in the School Library, one by the club as a whole and one by Sanford Oringer. The Executive Committee of the Stamp Club is as follows: Onnig Avakian, Presi- dent; Edward J. Hannon, Vice-President; and William J. Skane, Secretary. Chess Cluh The Chess Club, with Mr. C. F. Murphy of the Mathematics Department as faculty adviser, has spent a rather quiet, but thoughtful year. The club has now com- pleted its second year, and has attracted many new members. The regular meetings have been well attended, with many players present. Matches were played to determine the best player of the club. To date, Chester Kripke holds that distinction. The club has also engaged in interscholastic competition during the year, playing a match with Cambridge Latin School. Other matches will be played with other schools. The Executive Committee of the Chess Club is as follows: Vincent P. Bucci, President; and Chester Kripke, Vice President. Aviation Cluh The Aviation Club, with Mr. Peacock of the History Department as faculty adviser, has spent a most interesting year. The regular Thursday afternoon meetings in Room 149 have been well attended by the many airminded students of the school. The club has devoted many meetings to shop periods, and much work has been done with the new " micro-film " used for covering wings and fuselage. Micro-film is somewhat similar to cellophane in appearance, and gives a light but strong covering for planes. Many different types of aircraft have been constructed by the members, and have been flown in the regular flying contests sponsored by the organization. The club is very helpful to boys interested in aviation, and many prominent figures in the industry have addressed the members at various times. The Executive Committee of the Aviation Club is as follows: Deane S. Peacock, Jr., Commander; Maurice A. Sulkin, Vice-Commander; and Howard V. Redgate, Sec- retary-Treasurer. Page Eighty-one First Row: Linn. .Mr. I ' r.izit-r. .Mr. |ici vne. . .) i. 1 1 n si ' ii. Tin .ui. ' -c iii. Second Row: McGrath. Wliit«, Collins, Raiklen, Carson, Sexton. Third Row ; JlcXulty, Woodsome, Flynn, Smith, Segalini, Larssoii, Pa iuette. Student Council The Student Council, with Mr, Frazier of the Science Department as faculty adviser, has carried out its duties very successfully this year. The Council, consisting of sixteen students and a faculty adviser, was formed to promote the welfare of the school through the mutual cooperation of faculty members and students. The Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Classes are each represented by four members. All Student Councillors are Room Councillors, and were elected to the Student Council by the other Room Councillors of their respective classes. In addition to having charge of the Honor Button Assemblies and the Room Inspec- tions, the Student Council assists in the Junior and Senior Class Elections. The Executive Committee of the Student Council is as follows: George T. Jameson, President; Lincoln T. Thomson, Vice-President; and Frederick L. Linn, Secretary. Other members of the Student Council are: Robert J. Carson, Paul J. Collins, James E. Flynn, Alcott J. Larsson, Joseph P. McGrath, Frank J. McNulty, James K. Paquette, Matthew A. Raiklen, Roland Segalini, John P. Sexton, Albert A. Smith, Kenneth J. White, and George J. F. Woodsome. Page Eighty-two (uufjcrd Clul) The Camera Club, with Mr. Ford of the Science Department as faculty adviser, has, during the school term, delved into the mysteries of photography. The regular meetings held every other Wednesday afternoon in the P3 lecture room have been well attended. The correct methods of developing and printing photographs, the proper way of making enlargements, and the construction of simple, but effective machines for enlarging and printing have been described by Mr. Ford and the more advanced members. Many of the photographs that have appeared in the Record during the past year have been taken by club members. Mr. Ford kindly loaned his camera to the photog- raphers and assisted them in every way possible. The snapshots, an innovation last year, are now an established feature of the Record, A very interesting exhibit of colored enlargements appeared in the School Library and attracted considerable attention. The Executive Committee of the Camera Club is as follows: J. Douglas Brown, President; Donald M. Knott, Vice-President; and Raymond A. Hansen, Secretary. C ic istrv Club The Chemistry Club, with Mr. Card of the Science Department as faculty adviser, has enjoyed great success. The regular meetings held in the C4 lecture room were alternated with interesting field trips to leading industrial plants in or near Boston. During the past year, the club has witnessed the following chemical activities: the manufacture of high-temperature gun-iron castings at the Hunt-Spiller Manufacturing Company, South Boston; the manufacture of ice cream at the Hood Ice Cream Plant, Charlestown; the manufacture of ink, paste, carbon paper, and typewriter ribbons at Carter ' s Ink Company, Cambridge; and analytical research being done for manufac- turing plants by the Arthur D. Little Company, Cambridge. The club also sponsored an interesting exhibit in the School Library. The Executive Committee of the Chemistry Club is as follows: Paul H. Murphy, President; John L. Brosnan, Vice-President; and Michael M. Cooper, Secretary. Current Eve?its Club The Current Events Club, with Mr. Phelps of the History Department as faculty adviser, has spent an active year of discussions of current events. The regular meetings were held in Room 151, and the room was fairly packed with interested members. At the meetings, everyone had an opportunity to air his feelings on the topic of dis- cussion. Events of the past year have been especially suited for discussion, and they have been intelligently discussed. Among the recent topics are: " The Supreme Court, " " The Child Labor Amendment, " " Six Year Presidential Terms, " " The Strike Situation, " and " Chain Stores. " Club members are well acquainted with world events. The Executive Committee of the Current Events Club is as follows: Gerade J. Joyce, President; and Raymond F. Scannell, Secretary. Page Eighty-three First Row: Caforio, Frissora, Felzaiii, Fori-imte. Si.t-.t,,;-. iM i , U, il. .. Fiix.li. Second Row: Guarino, Riccio, Kaufman, ( apobianco, Demarle, Shniuckler, Wojnilowicz, Williamson. Third Row : Fishman, Rubin, Varner. Slavet, Lanprley, Sullivan, Greenwood, Latkowitch. Fourth Row : DeFrancesco. Atchic off. Harner. Kh ssels. Seiffol. Cle gg, Rlair. Abranison, Fifth Row: S. Kaufman, Warrl. Buck. Blair, Shaknov. Schneifler. Orchestra The Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Rand, the maestro of 3 06, has had a year full of musical activities. The fifty members have diligently rehearsed at the regular Thursday afternoon meetings in the Assembly Hall, and have furnished music for almost all the morning assemblies during the year. The organization will also play at the graduation exercises held in Tremont Temple in June. Orchestra membership is an excellent opportunity for musically minded students to further improve their talents. Some ten or fifteen years from now, there will prob- ably be several leaders of big time bands who gained their start in the E. H. S. Orchestra. Page Eighty-four First Row : Angrlin. CiorUle. Cray, Reasan. Sullivan. Oe len. Second Row: Ross, Mvl ' .rath, (lardiier. Fishniaii, Grabski, Meyer, I ediii, Dolaii, I ' ierucei. Fife Corps Top Row : Alullin, Shei ' nian, Dolan, I evine. Conliffe, Curtis. Center Row : Skane, Fl. ' nn, Burke, Crofton. Brown, Ooweii. Gallagher. First Row : Canavan, Gittleinan, Defran, Fishman, Cianipo, Ward, Barker. Page Eighty-five hoB fidQO (iDiro[ DcJ)(iti?ig CluJ) The Debating Club, with Mr. Moloney of the History Department as faculty adviser and coach, has spent a busy year. The membership of the club has increased over that of last year, and the regular meetings in Room 211 attracted many. This is the third year that the debating club has been in existence, and its popularity has increased every year. The club has held debates before several assemblies, and was well received. Plans to engage in interscholastic competition before the year is over have been made. Regard- less of what happens in later life, the club members will undoubtedly manage to make themselves heard. Page Eighty-six Mathematics Cliih First Row : Bailrv, (Ilasser, Smith, Saad, Rados, Fester. Second Row : Kripke. lOnglaiid. Brown, Biederman, Cohen. Third Row: c ' (jlien, Witten, Tushin. Hunter. Remeis. Fourth Row : tJra.v, 0(jlder, Aniara. Simon. Mathe ficitics Club The Mathematics Club, with Mr. Lundin of the Mathematics Department as faculty adviser, has had a very successful year. The regular meetings in Room 210 were always well attended, and the members gave short talks on various mathematical subjects of interest. During the past year, the members have constructed the following mathematical instruments: sun dials, slide rules, verniers, transits, sextants, and statometers. All of these instruments had to be made with utmost precision, or the experiments performed with them would have been in error. The latitude of the school was found to be 42.3 degrees North, and members have also found the location of the school in the universe. The year ' s activities will be crowned by a trip to Gloucester, where the latitude will be dete rmined by the use of a sea-horizon and a sextant. The Executive Committee of the Mathematics Club is as follows: Theodore S. Saad, President; Phillip H. Bailey, Vice-President; and Robert M. J. Rados, Secretary. Page Eighty-seven ilottoni Row: Kripke, Nevin, Abraiiison, Miss Colton, Spaulcling, Tucker. Avakian. Second Row : Natola, Patterson, Rados DoLollis, Brown, I ' asakarnis, Robliins, Sweeney, I-.arsson, Stokinger, Fortuna, Ogden. Top Row: Nassise, Smith, O ' Halloran. Library Corps The Library Corps, under the direction of Miss Colton, has added to its record an- other year of service to the school. The twenty members of the corps assist Miss Colton in the routine work of the Library: checking books out, checking them in again, arrang- ing displays, acting as " customs inspector " at the library door, and replacing books on shelves. Only the boys who have been on the Honor Roll, had high personality marks, ;:nd been recommended for the positi jn are eligible to be chosen for the corps. The Officers of the Library Corps are as follows: Alcott J. Larsson, President; Albert A. Smith, Vice President, and Thomas L. Nevin, Secretary. 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