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

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CECCCD Published six times a year by the students of THE ENGLI li HIGH $CH€CL Montgomery Street and Warren Avenue. Boston. Massachusetts Entered as second class matter at the Boston Post Office, November 2, 1885. VOLUME Llll NUMCEC C First Row — Kenefick. Horner. Jacobs. Donovan, Woll, P-cinzig. McCarthy Second Row — Mr. Heffernan. Kouloplos, Bellantoni. Haddad. Wyshak, Fillis. Kelley. B. Singer, Newman. D. Singer. Mr. Malone Third Row — Killecn. T. Donovan. Kurtzer. Masterson. McNeil. Ring Fourth Row — Speigel. F-itchncr, Nangcroni, Rattigan, Taylor, Ambuter (2) CEC€CDECS EDITCP-IN-CHIEr JOHN J. DONOVAN, ' 38 LITECACy EDITCC William P. Jacobs ' 31 CCNTCIDUTING James Fillis Donald P. Kenefick EDITC C ' 39 ' 39 CCNTCIDUTCCS Raymond C. Garran Robert B. Masterson Thomas F. Donovan APT Matthew J. Horner Nicholas A. Kouloplos Natale Bellantoni PHOTCeCAPHEC Edward L. Gushing PKCCECEArECS Harold F. Ring Frank J. McNulty 39 3« •38 ' 39 39 ■BUSINESS MANAGEI David Woll ADVEPTISING William S. Hill Franklin P. Taylor Robert B. McNeil Abraham Feinzig CIKCLLATICN John D. Kelley John Rattigan Mitchell H. Haddad Edward P. Killeen Paul Fichtner SECRETARIES David Singer Philip Speigal CCCPESPCNDENT Joseph W. Ambuter EACULTT ADVISERS Mr. Malone Mr. Heffernan ' 38 39 ' 38 ' 39 ' 38 ' 39 ' 38 ' 38 ' 39 ' 38 ' 38 ' 38 ' 38 (3) DEDICATION William p. acsk ' 3 For those boys who enter English High School for the first time next year, we feel a real sympathy; for they will be missing the opportunity of knowing a truly great man: great, not in material things perhaps, but great and rich in a tolerant understanding, in a bountiful supply of the " milk of human kindness " , and in the knowledge of growing young men and of their problems and joys. For thirty-five years the young men of English High have known, respected, and loved Malcolm D. Barrows, present head of the English Depart- ment: yet his real worth will probably not be realized until another attempts to take upon himself the task which Mr. Barrows leaves this year, the year of his retirement. In this, our attempt to express an admiration and gratitude in themselves inexpressible, we hope that Mr. Barrows will perceive the deep and silent flame which is the source of this small spark of appreciation. (4) During his boyhood, Malcolm Barrows acquired, by means of his traveling, a keen perspective of places and people which has been one of his outstanding aids in his relations with almost half a century of school boys. From Norway, Maine (where Malcolm was born in 1868) the family moved to Lowell and then to San Francisco. There he prepared for college, entering the University of California in 1888. After two years he returned to the East and finished his college course at Dartmouth. Besides doing good work in his studies, he found time to play on the class baseball team and to display his rapidly developing vocal ability in the college glee club. Mr. Barrows first taught in the schools of Bethlehem, New Hampshire, then in Bald- winville, Mass. His first major step upward was his appointment as sub-master and instructor in Greek and English in the schools of Melrose. It was from Charlestown High School, however, that he came to English High in 1903 as a member of the English Department. Within ten years his hard work was rewarded by promotion to the head of his department. Two years later he became chairman of the Program Committee of which he had been a member since his first year in the school. In this dual role Mr. Barrows has served for the last quarter century. He was a motivating force in systemizing the details of our school ' s present efficient management and operation. The instance brought most forcibly to the mind of the average student is that Ba symbol on eich boy ' s program card, without which the Ipoy can not enter his first classes. To give some idea of the importance of such a seemingly minor detail, the program cards made out since 19 15 would, without the Ba stamp, have kept about 60,000 boys from their classes. But the intense activity with which Mr. Barrows pursued his present vocation must not make us think that he had no outside interests. Indeed, so much did he enjoy and so well follow one of his interests that his career as an educator was almost forsaken for the tinsel of the legitimate theatre. Fortunately for us, the tempting offers of the dramatists and producers did not attract him enough to cause his predetermined path to be forsaken. His love for dramatics was given an outlet in his hobby of coaching amateur theatricals and in play- ing leading roles in many of the non-professional productions in and around Boston. Then, too, the voice which had shown so much promise in the Dartmouth Glee Club was heard to great advantage for more than twenty year:; as first tenor of the Boston Apollo Club, and the vocal experience thus gained was passed on to younger men when Mr. Barrows served for several years as coach of the Harvard Glee Club and for four years as director and instructor of a highly successful Glee Club in our own English High School. Perhaps Mr. Barrows would be better known to the world at large if he had decided to be an actor, — perhaps his splendid voice would have brought him more wealth if he had determined to become a professional singer, — but we are sure that his name could not excite a fraction as much love, respect, and admiration as it does now, and will for years to come, in the hearts of a generation of English High School men. At different times throughout our lives, we suddenly realize that here is a book, a beautiful experience, a song, or a friend that is one of the supreme things of our short term on the earth. We feel that our acquaintancs with Mr. Barrows is one of the experiences which we shall remember for years to come. Nominally, we are breaking a precedent in dedicating our yearbook to any one man. Actually, we are simply using this, our last chance for a reminder to the Class of 1938, to set up an ideal of Service to Mankind, — an ideal that has been achieved by one man and that we hope shall be achieved again by some members of this class. — an ideal of Service that is as practical as it is liable to be often thankless. Thankless, but in the heart- warming knowledge of a hard job well done, it is of immeasurable influence for good on the minds and characters of a generation of future citizens of the community, the state, and the nation. (5) Boys of 1938: Despite all that you hear and see today, this is a pretty good world in which we live. However, you will agree that the best part of it is right here in the United States of America. Yet you say: Things are far from perfect here. Well, you are right. But, after all. where else in the world are conditions as good? You may well be proud and thankful that you live in America. You are graduating from The English High School, the oldest general high school in America, whose history and traditions extend back to the days when Boston was but a town, not a city. I am confident that by your lives you will make Boston a better place in which to live, that this Commonwealth of ours will add to its traditions through you. and that this land of America will have many of its problems solved by men like yourselves. The faculty of this school has confidence in you. It is essential that you have con- fidence in yourselves. Keep your chin up — always! Self respect inspires respect from others. The measure of this respect, both on the part of yourself and others, is based upon your own character. Your character is your greatest asset. Through life — keep it that way — an asset. Remember: " The aim of every English High School boy is to become a man of Honor and Achievement. " What is Honor and Achievement . ' ' " Service to Mankind is Honor and Achievement. " God Bless and Guide You — Every One Head Master CLK PI5CSI[)ENT § ME§§AGC As the famous Walrus is alleged to have said, the time has come to talk of many things. The bell is about to ring which will close our last class at English High, and we are about to take our place beside the men of Honor and Achievement who have graduated be- fore us. But not one of us, I am sure, leaves these hallowed study halls without a feeling of sincere regret that relentless time has so quickly ended these four happy years. When I say that we are sincerely thankful to our Headmaster and to all the members of the faculty for the wise counsel and guidance given us throughout our stay, I feel that I voice the sentiment of the entire student body. Personally, I shall always be grateful to my fellow students for the trust and confidence which they have reposed in me as the president of the Class of 1938 of The English High School. It is my honest conviction that the Class of 1938 has established a splendid record of loyalty, co-operation, and class-spirit. The members have shown themselves ever ready and eager to further, encourage, and assist our plans for the advancement and betterment of the Class. It may be justly said that the members of the Class of 1938 have set a high standard of achievement for those, who in turn, shall follow them at this, " Our English High " . Frederick L. Linn (8) We are not quitting, leaving all we have At these diverging ways. For those who follow next to have and use: Then neither do we cancel memories The black steel stairway, long gray corridors, Of all the songs we ' ve sung, the prayers we ' ve prayed ; The thousand little corners that we ' ve seen; For they are ours, and hold the highest seat. For we have known them, not for what they Happy songs, earnest prayers. Cold steel, gray stone. " ' ' ' ' " " gh, and mean it, as we go. Nor do we here disperse all thoughts of friends l-iughing, look the gruff world in the eye: To start again, pick new ones from the mob: r • , , For we ' ve a friend, another laugh to laugh, For we are friends — and can but laugh at l rne, j memory, another song to sing. J. J. D. (9) BOSTON, 1948 (Associated Press) This generation ' s Men of Might have called for a recess. From every corner of the earth, from every sort of scene. The Sons of EngHsh homeward plow — in Cords and Limousines. Occasion: Tenth Reunion of the Class of Thirty Eight — And even now, the Men of Might begin to congregate. We see Dean H. " Zeke " Taylor here (white tie, slide-rule, and tails) And hear that still his " little billets doux " burn up the mails. Now here are famous commentators Hegarty and Epstein, Who know the Sport World inside out, back, forward, down, and upstein. And over there there ' s Blair and Calarese and Constantine And Corcoran and Wilshire (Chemist ' s Local 29). They ' re gathered ' round Professor DiPrancesco, who ' s expounding The mysteries of ferrocyanides and all surrounding. And here are Doctors Fishman, Morss, and Kells, who ' ve dropped their drills And picks and saws to be tonight with all the boys and gills. (Oh, yes, most of us have brought our wives j And there are super-salesmen Nyberg, Robinson, Frank Taylor. They ' re covered now with fame and dough, which they have made a whale a ' . And over there we see, about to give the gong a kick, His Jamminess, the Kink of Swink, the glamorous Bobrick. And, kids, this session ' s being broadcast throughout all the land Through Burgoyne ' s Station B-U-R-G. Gee, ain ' t Science swell! And here we see our learned friends, DeLuca, Crowley, Kane, Who ' ve won themselves, as lawyers bright, a wide and mighty fame. (Kane-fame-famc-Kane. ' ' ! " ? oh well, none of us is perfect!) Now there ' s our Brother Eng, who ' s just designed a submarine That ' s made of lemon Jello and will go on just whipped cream. Now over here, with black cigars, the country ' s " Big Biz " men — There ' s Gesmer, Woll, and Willy Brown, and Johnny Rattigan. And not without their share of fame when it comes to black cigars Are Robinson, Abdelahad, Red Curry, Eddie Carr. And look behind those uniforms that hold the femmes agog — There ' s General D ' Ambrosio, the mitey Captain Fogg. Now here are two whose works are known from here to Bonnie Banks . They ' re artists of the highest stuff (and, kids, I do mean rank). One is the one and only Wong, the other, M. J. Horner (Though not the lad from Mother Goose, he loves to lurk in corners) And there ' s Bob Masterson, the card; he ' s trying out a joke. But, as in Record days, the answer ' s known before it ' s spoke. Right here we ' ve Coach Maloney (the world has heard his name) His boys bring home the orchids from every single game. And Phil Speigel ' s here foo. And Leon, Giannino, with us here, of course, tonight. Are trying still, in their own cute way, to set the public right. Right there are Brothers Kec and Sulkin, known in every nation As pioneers in modern stratospheric transportation, Coach Cuddy and Coach Ballantine, who ' ve won their fame with ease; And with them there ' s Burt Levenson, new owner of the Bees. Now, midst the cheers and fanfares and all but ten-gun-salute. There enter General Klercker and the gorgeous General Shutc. And, by the way, this party ' s being held in Hotel Lent. The rooms and food are swell at Lent Hotel. (Advertisement) Lo and Behold and Stuff, we ' re blessed with presence here tonight Of Gov ' nors Burns and Feinzig, staunch upholders of the Right. Now over there Dan Lasovick and Doc Aversa dote On Dapper ' s newest formula for double root beer float: While Mushl Gordon muscles in to tell them of his art: He ' d outdone all drugstores in town by stocking auto parts. And there ' s Jim Conway, Hnyah hnyah. Tonight, from Hollywood have come (in private planes, woo woo) The dashing Acquaviva and the dashing Dowling too. We sec now famous Doctors Ambuter and Abelson Each claiming loudly no attachment to the other one. Discussing stocks and bonds and golf, behind those diamond tie-pins, Are Cro sby, Keefe, Bud Kells, and Friedman, Laible, Varner, Griffin. Now Doctors Edelstone, Slobodkin, Dr. Gardner too, Let go with, " In a case like that, this is just what Ld do: " And there is Charlie Grover, who can tell you of the day He broke all swimming records in his own cute little way. Of course the press is represented at this merry fete In persons of Ray Garran and our , Mr. Blake. And here they come, the pride of English — Science on parade — A bigger bunch of Einsteins than ever we ' ve surveyed: Dick Gillooly, Georgey Powers, Phil Vaccaro, and some more. Dr. Rizza, John J. Hickson, John J. Hickson — dozens more. And Nobel Prize Bill Jacobs ' s here (he ' s over by the punch). Best Sellers keep him busy — but he still saves time for lunch. And over on the rostrum, we see our prex. Fred Linn With Powers and McNulty; now they ' re ready to begin. (We ' re sorry about Gerry Powers and Fred Crowley — But the meter just wouldn ' t allow them in where they belong.) And there are many others in this glad group here tonight — Too many here — too numerous for us to singly sight. But they are known to English High — the Class of Thirty Eight: Each one of them is famous here — each one of them a " great " But now we leave the Hotel Lent to turn this story in: The City Desk is waiting to let the press begin. We leave, but we cannot forget, till Gabriel draws nigh. This meeting of the world ' s real men, the Sons of English High. And thus the Class shall always be, as it is here tonight: A playful bunch of happy twerps, but this world ' s Men of Might. J. J. D. MJkfl €F 193§ liCLDS ANNUAL I EUNIC CLASS WILL Maitkew- . Ji AMm As time goes on, Wc must be gone From this, our Alma Mater. Before wc do, I pray that you Will hear me as testator. And will accept What ' s herein kept As made by one, the chosen, Of absent mind. And of the kind Whose brain might well be frozen. Composed below in merriment. Is our last will and testament. To The Juniors Now we leave a space For you to replace With men of spirit true: Uphold the tradition With noble ambition, And win for the Blue and Blue! To The Sophomores Wc leave you advice We think will suffice: How time flics you have no idea! So work like the deuce. That you can vamoose When you get up here where we are! To The Freshmen To the little ones dear. Who come up in the rear, We know of nothing horrider — We leave to you This rule — woo! woo! " No whistling in the corridor! " " Prcs " Linn leaves now, a job well done. While " Cuddles " McNulty, tho ' all in fun, Leaves with Class Dues for the Canada border. H. Blair leaves his girl ffx nd — he couldn ' t afford ' er. If Newpol, Latkowitch, and Shaiken Leave with a tear, don ' t be mistaken. For they ' re quite happy about the whole thing Pandolpho leaves, still uttering His own (?) expression: " Well, whatdyasay i ' Bill Jacobs leaves a bright array Of characters, from Miguel To poor Moe White in his dark cell. " Eight-thirty " Squad Yellin bequeaths at last His very own essay on " How to Run Fast! " Bob Masterson leaves — our man of wit. And Nangeroni, too, leaves writ An essay distinct with certain aromas: " Why Doesn ' t Martini, now, Understand QomusV Ralph Buck leaves with the old trombone Of which SecEc so loved the tone. O joy! O rapture! for Mr. Hill Who would the cup of Knowledge spill O ' er Babin, — for the latter leaves. Alas! Alack! Poor Greenberg heaves A sigh and leaves Ph., appealing, " When was this Era of Good Feeling? " As Harry Shulman, comes to sight, He leaves the mem ' ry of his height — Or rather of his lack of it! Feroli leaves, to do his bit, Some slightly used tardy slips. So Eddie Naylor come and tips Me off that he is merely leaving. Ray Garran leaves, tho never grieving. Up and ready, big and tough, Ambuter in a voice so gruff Leaves orders to be mentioned here. Collected all throughout the year, Lazzari leaves his undone Math To whom it may concern. The wrath Of hot debate lulls now as Pro And Con Parkman leaves with Giannino. Mike Wilk wakes up just long enough To leave. The work is done. We ' ve had our fun, So there! Ye Official Sfiyster. ' M. J. H. (12) DAT Ey D iy (2 Mc iuUf SEPT. 9, 1937 Great Day! ' Midst the tramp of countless pounding feet and the flut- ter of many a freshman ' s heart, the portals of this great institution are thrown open and another academic year begins. SEPT. 17, 1937 To the tune of blaring bugles and the roll of rippling drums, the so- phisticated Seniors and astute Juniors parade in observance of the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. The Blue and Blue places more cadets on the street than all the other Boston schools combined. NOV. 2, 1937 The first edition of the Record is placed on sale, a complete sellout. NOV. 5, 1937 Atoning in part for last year ' s scoreless tie, the Blue and Blue gridsters thoroughly drub a mediocre Memorial elev en by a score of 20 to o. NOV. 18, 1937 The day for the election of class officers arrives, and millions (hyper- bole) of politicians strut about in all their glory, for this is their Field Day. After a hard and bitter struggle, Frederick Linn, Frank McNulty (thank you), George Powers, Frederick Crowley, and Gerard Powers succeed in carrying off the spoils. NOV. 25, 1937 The 50th annual football classic between the arch-rivals of Boston foot- balldom, English and Latin, results in an upset by the Blue and Blue. A strongly favored Latin team is held to a scoreless tie. JAN. 6. 1938 Superior Court Justice Paul G. Kirk addresses the Senior Assembly, giv- ing much excellent advice to the potential graduates. FEB. I, 1938 Parents ' Day. A magnificent military exhibition is conducted in the Drill Hall, after which Mr. Downey and the President of the Class of ' 38 give an address of welcome to the visitors. FEB. II, 1938 The annual Blue and Blue Prom is a " howling " success: it shatters all previous records. The members of the Dance Committee are still strutting about, pat- ting themselves on the back for the magnificent job they did. MARCH 5, 1938 English again takes possession of what it terms " its own personal property " when its tracksters come out in front by a wide margin to cop the Reggie title. Mechanic Arts, which caused a major upset last year by taking away the Reg- gie title from English for the first time in many years, was far in the rear, scoring only slightly more than half as many points as the Blue and Bluers. MARCH II, 1938 It is with great sorrow that the Blue and Blue cadets watch the de- parture of their drill instructor and staunch friend. Major Joseph McK. Driscoll. He leaves for Fort Leavenworth, Texas where he is to prepare for further military honors. APRIL 8, 1938 Prize Drill, the day of reckoning for all ambitious captains, arrives. MAY 13, 1938 The social activities of the Class of ' 38 for the current year are brought to a close with the holding of the Farewell Dance in one of Boston ' s most exclusive hotels. As is to be expected, the affair is a huge success. MAY 27, 1938 Outdoor patriotic services are held, with all cadets in full dress, in com- memoration of those gallant sons of English who cheerfully sacrificed their lives. JUNE 7, 1938 Boston streets again reverberate with the tramp of marching feet as the high school cadets go swinging through the streets in the annual school-boy parade. The thousands of spectators who line the route of march are thrilled by the military bearing and the snappy steps of the gleaming cadets. JUNE 14, 1938 To the strains of Annie Lisle, graduating exercises are held in Tremont Temple with Mr. Downey officiating. There is many a saddened heart as the famous corridors of English are left behind forever. (13) Words by John J. Donovan ' 8 English High, your sons salute you, Loyal men and true, And with ardent admiration, Hail the Blue and Blue. Here we stand, the sons of English, Proud we ' ll always be. Here we pledge our firm allegiance, English High, to thee. Air: " Annie Lisle " Though we part to onward journey, Throughout all our days. We, your sons, can ne ' er forget you. Ne ' er can cease your praise. Here we stand upon life ' s threshold. Hour of parting nigh, Here we hail thee. Alma Mater, Hail our English High. CCUISINe THE C€CCIDCC$ From " Is It True What They Say About Dixie " to " The Big Dipper " . . . ' Tis quite a stay that we ' ve had in the Old Place — but most of us have enjoyed it. . We ' ve enjoyed every moment — from the day when we first thrilled at the thought of toting a real " gun " up Beacon Hill, when we first diligently applied ourselves to " C. J. Caesar " , when wc first found out that the door opposite 107 was not the entrance to the " elevator " , to this day, when we find ourselves cruising the corridors for the last time. . . . Let ' s go. . . . Our own Matt Horner, Art Editor of the Record and Official Shyster of the Class of 1938, has recently put himself to inconvenience no end in completing a research project, the report on which should prove breathtakingly interesting to all you lads (or, at least, should fill up a few of these lines where they need filling up). Of the thirty-four hundred students (m. j. h. reports) now attending The English High School, 80% can cook. ' Smarvelous! . . . As we go to town on this last edition, the Farewell Dance Committee is straightening out its tie and is getting ready to show the boys what a prom really should be. . Chm. Bob Kells promises an ultra-swell time. . . . The boys didn ' t mind when Tony Giannino talked of pro- pitiation with America or even when he let go with coercive dissociation of the forces — but Hay-Walla-Walla Treaty — wow! . . . Congrats to our new colonels and lieutenant-colonels and majors. . Mike Wilk, Dick Gillooly, Art Lennett, and Maury Cavanaugh are the top men now. . . . Please note that Friend Apple Abdelahad is the proud occupant of space number one in your Year Book. . . . We se: the one and only (providential favour) Sum Fun Friedman among us once again — and looking almost as if he had been out in the sun too long. ... As we fold up this last edition, Tom Maloney et cetera are returning from the slaughter (7 to 4) of the Roslindale team. City Champions. . . . PbO 2HNO., — Pb(NO, ) .. + H O. . So what I . . . Wc don ' t know of any special reason why we should — but anyway John J. Hickson — John J. Hickson — John J. Hickson. . . . The Record Staff wishes to thank (in fact, it does hereby thank) the student body and especially the Class of 1938 for the generous support given the magazine during the past year. . We wish to thank, also, the Room Councilors, who have given generously of their time and who have so actively fought for the Cause. . . . " Oh, Poo on toast! " mutters Art Bobrick. . ' Nuff said. . . . We hope that you like the new setup of " Vour Year Book. . . . Open for congratu- lations are the following school-spirited indiwiduals: Art (of course) Curry, Franky (Dance Committee) D ' Ambrosio, Bob (Fair Harvard, thy son) Gardner, " Jawgey " Griffin, Johnny ( ) Keefe, Bob (so are you) Laible, Fred (tha peepul ' s cherce ) Linn, Cuddles ($$$$$$) McNulty, H. F. (not Horse-Face) Ring, Thos. (Dorchester) Robinson. Ev (ery day ' s a holiday) Sweet, Zeke (the one, the only, the original) Taylor, Dick (Math Club) Gillooly, Charlie Dare, Mel Shore, Phil .Speigel, Tony Penella, Bob Kurtzer, and of course, of course of course, the illustrious Bros. Singer, B. D. Even including (we might as well) the Chairmen Herb (Picture Committee) Morss and " Joseph Joseph " (Y. B. Committee) Ambuter, we have still forgotten a few of the school-spirited indiwiduals. . We ' re sorry. . . " La da da, it ' s just a simple malady, " explains Jim Donovan, and can be recognized by the absence from school of its victims. " . . . The moment seems most opportune and stuff to congratulate Bill (The Sultan ' s Secret) Jacobs on his Alumni Committee job. . Congrats! . . . The picture of the Record Staff (thankyou ) which you will more than likely find in the vicinity of page two (oh really now, it isn ' t that good) was taken, unfortunately, in the absence of our own Ray Garran and our veddy veddy own Frank McN — etc. and just bare- ly on the right side of the absence of two other disting. gent. . . . All right, all right — We ' re not enjoying this any more than you are. . . . J. J. D. (i6j LEO ABDELAHAD " Apple " An apple a day, etc. Hobby : Sports Second Lieutenant Ambition: Success Honors: Fidelity and Deport- ment ( 3 ) Ob jective : B. C. BERNARD N. ABELSON " Duke " Ambition is the root of success. Hobby: Sailing Ambition; Surgeon Cadet Captain (2) Honors: Honor Roll (2). Lawrence Prize L3. Math Prize M2. lA Clubs: Current Events. Chemis- try Objective: Tufts CHARLES ABRAMS " Charlie " A good man. tried and true. Hobby: Basketball Ambition : Doctor Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: Tufts SAMUEL J. ACQUAVIVA " Sam " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby : Sports First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize Fi FRANK P. ADAMS " Flash " Music hath charm. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Singer Cadet Captain Honors: ist and 2nd prize in drumming MELVIN J. ADDUCI " Muss " We ' re all good felloivs together. Hobby : Roller skating Ambition: None Teams: Track, Baseball JOSEPH W. AMBUTER " Joe " Each mind has its own method. Hobby: Yachting Ambition: Doctor Record Staff (4) Clubs: Current Events (4) Year Book Committee (4) Objective: Boston University CHARLES M. ARDOLINO " Chick " Who knows what the morrow will bring Hobby: Swing Music Ambition: Doctor Teams: Track Team (2) RICHARD E. ASSAD ■Red " He gives twice who gives quickly. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Engineer AMERICO A. AUFIERO " Aufy " The world is a comedy to those that think. Hobby: Drawing Ambition : Writer Cadet Captain 2 A Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: Boston College SALVATORE AVERSA " Doc " Nice work if you can get it. Hobby: Microscopy Ambition: Medicine Clubs : Camera ( 2 ) Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy MORRIS BABIN " Moshe " " It ' s all relative. " Hobby: Physics Ambition: Civil Engineer Clubs: Current Events (4) Objective: M. I. T. g y fi; z u u ± (J u I h h Z U U h y z Ik LESLIE BAKER " Lcs " And so a ' as Ncipolvon. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Journalist Honors: Spelling Bee Winner Teams: Track Objective: Boston University LEO A. BALDI " Leo " He Lvho laughs last didn ' t catch on at first. Hobby: Ice and Roller Skating Ambition : Accountant Second Lieutenant Room Captain ( 3 ) ROBERT D. BARR " Doug " A mind serene in difficulties. Hobby : Photography Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Objective: College AUGUSTUS BARRA " Gus " Here is a frank heart. Hobby: Sports Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (3) 2A DAVID L. BARRETT " Dave " To knou. ' a man you must see him al home. Hobby: Dancing Teams: Track (3) Objective: Southern California WILLIAM BARTHOLOMEW " Bart " Inquire not too curiously. Hobby: Music and Outdoor life Cadet Lieutenant in Bugle Corps Clubs : Stamp ( i . 2 ) Objective: Boston College EUGENE O. BATASTINI " Bud " Ninety-nine and forty-four one hundreths pu - - Hobby: Writing Ambition: Musician Room Councilor (4) Honors: Fidelity and Deport- ment (2) Objective: N. E. Conservatory of Music JOSEPH E. BECHERER Versed in the Arts and stuff. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Teams : Track ( 4 ) Objective: Business JOSEPH C. BELLAVIA I m not asking you: I ' m telling you. Hobby: Work Ambition: Doctor Cadet Captain ANTHONY P. BENINATI " Unlucky " His is a noble heart. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Salesman Objective: Boston University JOHN BENLIAN " Stubsy " uul[ be heard. Ambition: Salesman Teams: Track (i) BENJAMIN J. BERGSON " Ben " The eagle does not catch flies. Hobby: Yachting Ambition : Engineer Objective: M. I. T. C.19) iiiilll iiii! 9i i MORRY S. BERLIN " Moc " My friends are more to me than gold. Hobby: Basketball Ambition ; Salesman Second Lieutenant Objective: B. U. C. B. A. JOHN E. BERMINGHAM " Alabama " Laugh, and the ivorld laughs with you. Hobby: Poetry Ambition : C. P. A. LOUIS S. BIANCHI " Push-cm-up " Quorum magna pars fui. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Teams: Football (3, 4), Track ( i , 2. 3, 4) Objective: B. U. C. B. A. HERBERT BIRNBAUM Top floor, please. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Engineer First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll { i, 2, 3) Clubs: Chemistry (4), Math. ( 4 ) . Camera ( 4 ) lA HECTOR D. BLAIR " Scottie " Self made or never made. Hobby: Golf. Swimming Ambition: Chemical Engineer Cadet Captain Honor Guard ( 3 , 4 ) Clubs: Math (4). Current Events (1. 4). Chemistry Objective: Tufts JOSEPH F. BLAIR " Joe " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Hunting and Fishing Ambition: Forester Honors: President of Current Events Club Clubs: Current Events (2. 3). Orchestra Objective: N. Y. State College of Forestry SAMUEL BLAKE " Footsie " Only the best are chosen. Hobby: Photography Ambition : Journalist Cadet Lieutenant " Record " Staff (4) Objective: B. U. ROBERT M. BLAQUIERE " Flash " An honest man is well admired. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Stenographer Honors: Honor Roll (i) ARTHUR M. BOBRICK " Bob " Take it. Mr. B. Hobby: Music Ambition: To lead the sax section of a name band Clubs: Current Events (4) Second Lieutenant Teams: Track Objective: College WALTER BODNAR " Badjo " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby : Aviation Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Camera FREDERICK BOGAN, Jr. " Fred " Fortune comes to him who seeks her. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Salesman Clubs: Current Events (4) Teams: Football (2), Track Objective: Holy Cross WILLIAM BOONISAR " Bill " Business is business. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Broker Objective: Harvard y u ■I Q ± W J T y y (20) u B h h h Z U u h y z NICKOLAS A. BOORAS " Nick " An note I exhort you lo he of good cheer. I lobby : Photography Ambition: Musician Lieutenant Objective: Paris Conservatory of Music ANTHONY BORZOMATO " Buzz " The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Policeman Objective: College JOHN J. BOWE A good friend is my nearest relation. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Civil Service Objective: Lowell Institute ROBERT A. BOYCE " Bob " The makings of a soldier. Hobby: Literature Ambition: Chemistry Captain Objective: Norwich University LAWRENCE J. " Butch ' BOYLE A good man. tried and true. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Mechanic Teams: Track (Assistant Manager ) Objective: Business JAMES J. BRADFORD " Brad " Everyday ' s a holiday. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition : Civil Service Objective: U. S. Navy EDWARD E. BRADLEY " Brad " Second thoughts, they say, are best. Hobby: Nature Ambition: Bachelor Objective: C. P. A. ROBERT C. BRANAGAN " Bob " Drink lo me with thine eyes. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Journalist Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Football (4), Track (4) Objective: Boston University ALBERT BRESLOUE " Bres " Let us rejoice while we are young. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Civil Service Objective: Civil Service HARRY A. BRICK " Padgy " The king of good fellows Hobby: Tennis Ambition : C. P. A. Captain GEORGE A. BRICKELL " Bricks ' Hail fellow, well met. Hobby: Printing Ambit ion: Chemical Engineer Captain WARREN B. BROCKWAY " Brockic " Justice will triumph. Hobby: Sports Captain Ambition : Physical Education Director (21) JOSEPH BRODERICK " Joe " Not a single day is trivial. Ambition : Business College JOSEPH L. BROOKS " Smokcy " Live while you live. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Salesman Objective: Bentley ' s BURLEIGH BROWN " Burlap " Industry conquers all obstacles. Hobby: Coin Collector Ambition: Military Engineer Objective: West Point MANUEL E. BROWN " Bunny " An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Musician Objective: N. E. Conservatory of Music WILLARD L BROWN " Brownie " The sky ' s the limit. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business executive Song Committee Library Corps Honors: Honor Roll (2) First Lieutenant Objective: B. U. C. B. A. RALPH E. BUCK With a charming personality. Hobby: Boats Ambition: To Make Good Objective: College FRANCIS X. BUCKLEY " Buck " This world belongs to the energetic. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Sportswriter Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Work THOMAS A. BUCKLEY " Buck " But gentle words are always gain. Hobby: Drawing Teams: Football (3). Base- ball ( 3 ) . Track ( 2 ) Honors: Honor Roll (i) PETER P. BUONASARO " Shorty " We are born to do benefits. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Salesman Teams: Track Manager (4) CHARLES L. BURGOYNE " Charlie " Appreciates the joys of life. Hobby: Amateur Radio Ambition: Commercial Radio Operator Cadet Captain Clubs: Current Events JOSEPH J. BURKE " Hobby " Always ready to do his bit. Hobby: Art Ambition: Artist Honors: Honor Guard (3) Team: Track (4) Objective: Mass. Art School RICHARD M. BURNS " Dick " We like what we know of him. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll Executive Committee (3) Student Council (4) Objective: M. I. T. Q U g y u mi Q iJ Z y y (22) GEORGE H. BURROWS " Neanderthal " A icinniriii smile brings him f ricnds. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Teacher Teams: Rifle. Track (2, 5) Objective: Harvard CHESTER W. BUSH " Chet " Concerning their own merits, modest men are mute. Hobby: Sports First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F and P ( ). Regimental cham- pionships Teams: Letterman Track (2 ■ 4) Objective: Case School of Ap- plied Science PETER T. CACCIOLA " Pete " Wishes never filled the bag. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Ballplayer ■ econd Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F and D (3) JOHN B. CALARESE A man of few words. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Chemical Engineer Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (i. 2. 3) 2A Objective: Northeastern PAUL P. CALIA " Bill- To be or not to be. Hobby: Printing Ambition: Airplane mechanic Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: California U. of Air Craft JOSEPH L. CAMARATA " Joey " Let us have peace. riobby; Sports Ambition : Business man Cadet Captain Objective: College FRANCIS X, CAMERON " Spud " i ' o great man ever minds stooping. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemical Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (i) Team: Rifle Objective: Northeastern HENRY W. CAMPBELL " Soupy " Hobby: Machines Ambition : Business Teams: Football Objective: B. U. SIDNEY D. CAPLAN " Gappy " Himself a host. Hobby: Music Ambition : Teacher Objective: Brown University JOSEPH CAPONE. Jr. " Weasil " It IS clear he is a gentleman. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Civil Engineer Cadet Captain Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Northeastern ARTHUR M. CAPOZZO " Gappy " Firm as a rock. Hobby: Music Ambition: C. P. A. Teams: Track (2) Objective: Bentley School of Accounting JOHN A. GARBONE " Johnnie " It ' s a great life, if you don ' t weaken. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sales Manager Teams: Football (2. 3) Objective: B. U. EDWARD V. CAREY " Eddie " Labor conquers all things. Hobby: Roller Skating Room Captain Ambition: Aviator Clubs: Rifle Captain FRANCIS W. CAREY " Carey " Courtesy is economy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: U. S. Navy Objective: U. S. Navy AMERICO A. CARIDEO " Rico " He who works, succeeds. Hobby: Music Ambition: Doctor Objective: Harvard WILLIAM A. CARITO " Bill " fate loves the fearless. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Objective: College EDWARD Q. CARR Still waters run deep. Hobbv: Railroading Ambition: R. R. executive Second Lieutenant Objective: B. U. MICHAEL J. CASHMAN " Mike " A great pal. Hobby: Stamps, Sports Ambition: Engineer Room Councilor (2) Objective : M. I. T. WILLIAM J. CASKINS " Bill " Think With your head. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : C. P. A. Teams : Track ( 1 ) Objective: Bentley School of Accountancy SEBASTIAN J. CASSARINO " Nano " doctor m the house? Chemistry Is there Hobby: Ambition: Musician Clubs: Chemistry (4) Teams: Track (3) MAURICE F. CAVANAUGH " Cavvie " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain i A Honors: Room Councilor (3). Athletic Captain (2, 3) Objective: College FREDERICK A. CENERIZIO " Ceni " Wise to resolve and patient to perform. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To be a man First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (i. 2, 3 ) 3A Objective: Business world CARMINO R. CERULLO " Carl " Live and let live. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Doctor Objective: College WILLIAM N. CHAGARIS " Bill " It is better to remember. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Theatre executive Objective: Business School (24) y z u u h WIIJJAM F. M. CHAMBERS ■Bill ' Paradise is believing in it. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chauffeur GERARD J. CHENEY " Jerry " As full of wit as an egg ' s full of meat. Ambition: Military College Honors: Room Treasurer (2) Teams; Football (4) JOHN J. CHENETTE " O ' Mac " It ' s good to be merry. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Clubs: Camera (3) Teams: Football Objective: Bentley School of Accounting JOSEPH D. CHIARENZA " Husky " Hit the line! Hobby: Whist playing Ambition: Business man Objective: Boston University STANLEY CHIN " Charlie " Ambition has no rest. Ambition: Chemist Clubs: Camera Teams: Asst. Track Manager Objective: College EDWARD J. CHLUDZINSKI " Eddie " Be superior to thy neighbor. Hobby: Movies, Reading. Skating Ambition: Actor Obicctivc: N. E. Conservatory of Music JAMES T. CIOVACCO " Jock " Wim, Wigor. Wilalily. Hobby: Photography Ambition : Band Leader Teams: Track (2. 3) Objective: U. S. Naval Aca- demy WILLIAM M. CLANCY " Bill " All ' s right with the world. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Honors: Athletic Captain (1) Teams : Track { 4 ) Objective: Boston University AMBROSE CLAUS " Amby " And even this shall pass away. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Engineer Objective: Northeastern HAROLD CLINE " Chuck " Nothing to excess. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Optometrist Second Lieutenant Objective: Mass. School of Optometry THOMAS C. COCONIS " Coke " Education paves the way. Hobby: Model Building Ambition: Writer First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2, 5) I A Objective: Boston College GEORGE COHEN " Whity " No life can be dreary when work is delight. Hobby: Basketball. Ping-Pong Ambition : C. P. A. First Lieutenant Objective: Boston University JEROME L. COHEN " Jerry " And I do mean you. Hobby: Football. Good Music Ambition : C. P. A. Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D, 2A . Honor Roll { 1 ) Objective: Pittsburgh JOHN J. COHEN " Jack ' ' Be not wise in thine own eyes. Hobby : Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University SAUL D. COHEN " Sauly " The game is up. Hobby: Tennis Ambition : Officer on Merch- ant Marine Teams: Track Objective: Massachusetts Nau- tical School PATSY COLANTUONI " Pat " Dnnk to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Honors: Individual Prize (i, 2) EDWARD J. COLE " King " From a little spurk there bursts a mighty flame. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Office Worker FRANK J, A. COLELLA " Skinny " Do unto others as yi u would have others do unto you. Hobby: Model Building Ambition: U. S. Army Air Corps Honors: Honor Roll (2), In- dividual Prize ( 3 ) Objective: U. S. M. A. GERARD C. COLETTA " Chick " Life is infinite opportunity. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Doctor Honors: Honor Roll (2), In- dividual Prize ( 2 ) . Room Councilor (4) JOHN J. COMASCHI " Johnny " All feet cannot wear one shoe. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Objective: College WILLIAM J. CONLEY " Bill " Good things come from heaven. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Theatre advertising Objective: College THOMAS J, CONNOLLY " T. J. " Knowledge is power. Hobby: Golf, Bowling Ambition: Good week ' s salary Second Lieutenant Honors: Athletic Captain (3) Teams: Track (3) Objective: University of So. California DANIEL J. CONNORS " Danny " After the battle, the reward. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Teams: Track (2. 3). Base- ball (3). Football (3.4) Objective: College PAUL C. CONNORS ■Rod " A member of Honor ' s famous train. Hobby: Sports Ambition: School Teacher Cadet Captain Honors: Record Typist y O T M U (26) U I h h U h Z U y h y z y y BITON P. CONSTANTINE " Connie " Eat, Eat. and he merry. Hobby: Railroading Ambition: Chemist Clubs: Chemistry (3.4) Objective: Chemical Superin- tendent JAMES J. CONWAY " Irish " A man after hi.s own heart. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemist Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (i) Clubs: Current Events (4) Objective: College DAVID B. COOPER Modest, not shy. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business Lieutenant Clubs: Rifle (4) Objective: College ORLANDO J. COPPOLA " Hats " Zealous hut modes!. Hobby: Swimming-Diving Ambition: Crooning FRANCIS A. CORCORAN " Frank. " A dynamo. Verily, verily. Hobby: Bridge Ambition: Chemist First Lieutenant Honors: Flonor Roll (2, 3) Team : Track ( 4 ) Objective: Northeastern U. ANTHONY F. COSCIA " Tony " On wings of the wind. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Construction En- gineer Objective: Diesel School ALBERT R. COTUGNO " Al " You d scarce expect one of my age. Flobby: Sketching Ambition: Commercial Artist Cadet Captain Honors: Lawrence Prize in Di and D2, and F. and D. Lawrence Prize (2). Honor Roll (2, 3) , 2A Teams: Track (2. 3, 4) Objective: Business RICHARD H. COWLES " Timber Dick " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Hobby: Pipes Ambition: Forestry Clubs: Glee Teams: Track Objective: U. of Idaho WILLIAM R. CRAFFEY " Bill " Bold in heart. Hobby: Rowing Ambition: Sea Captain Clubs: Chemistry (4) Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Mass. Nautical School NELSON F. CRAIGUE " Spike " He has his way. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Engineer Objective; College GEORGE M. CRISS " Crisco " leave a character behind. Hobby: " Sweater Collecting ' Ambition: Journalist Objective: Boston College JOHN F. CRONIN ■Jafsie ' Great oaks from little acorns grow. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Tennis Pro Objective: College (27) ISHMAEL CROOM " Croom " Time will explain it all. Hobby; Swimming Ambition: Banker Honors: Honor Roll (2) 2A Second Lieutenant Objective: University of Alabama ROBERT M. CROSBY •Bob " Is this the icaq to the topi ' Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: University of Ala- bama FREDERICK T. CROWLEY " Fred " To have a friend one must first be one. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer F-irst Lieutenant Honors: Executive Commit- tee. Room Captain (4) Teams: Football (3) Objective: College SALVATORE CUCINOTTA " Archie " How far the little candle throws its beam. Hobbv: Baseball Ambition: Millionaire Second L ieutcnant Clubs: Glee (3) Teams: Track (i. 2, 3) PAUL L. CUDDY " Pennies ' Oiita ' mil way. gents, outa ' my way. Ambition: Football Coach Honors: Football Captain (4), Athletic Captain ( 3 ) . T cams: Football (2. 3. 4). Baseball (2. 3. ) . Track ( 3 ) Objective: Prep School or Col- lege JOHN J. CURLEY " Curlcy " Don ' t let It bother you. Flobby: Fire Engines Ambition : Musician Teams: Football (3.4). Base- ball (3) Objective: Prep School or Col- lege JOSEPH W. CURLEY " Abe " Whistle and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Lawyer Teams: Football {4) Objective: Boston College ARTHUR L. CURRY " Red " Whose words all ears took captive. Hobby; Golf Ambition; Business First Lieutenant Honors; Room Treasurer (i), Honor Guard (2. 3. 4), Vice-Chairman Picture Com- mittee Clubs: Current Events (4) Teams; Track (4), Football Objective; Boston College JOHN E. DALEY " Eddie " The elementr, mixed gently in his nature. Hobby: Skating Ambition ; Engineer Objective: M. L T. HUGH V. DALY " Chopper " Invest first and investigate afterward. Ambition : Business Hobby: Hockey FRANCIS A. DAMBROSIO " Teddy " An honest gentleman. Hobby: Bowling Ambition : General Cadet Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize T4. Honor Roll (2.5) 3 A . Dance Committee. Room Councilor (2. 3 ) Clubs: Math (4) Objective: West Point ANTONIO D AMICO " Chambie " Only the wise speak little. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Architect First Lieutenant a u (J ■J o T U y ± I (28) MICHAEL A. DAMORE " Mike " A friend tried and true. Hobby: Wrestling Ambition: Mechanic ANTONIO J. D ANTONIO " Mac " A jolly good fellow. Hobby: Stamp Collector Ambition: Bookkeeper Second Lieutenant CHARLES F. DARE He ' s all dare. Hobby: Collecting Ship Models Ambition: Business First Lieutenant Clubs: Aviation FREDERICK W. DARLING " Hercules " Size arrives on wings of time. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemical Engineer MAXWELL W. DATZ " Mac " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (4) Chemistry (4) ERNEST P. DAVIDOW " Davcy ' Every man is the maker of his fortune. Hobby: Photography Ambition: College Second Lieutenant Clubs: Photography (3) ROBERT O. DAVISON " Dave " The humble shall he exalted. Hobby: Shooting Ambition: Boston Symphony Second Lieutenant Clubs: Rifle ANDREW DE FRANCESCO " Andy " Never a dull moment. Hobby: Music Ambition: Accountancy Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (3), 3A , Lawrence Prize F. and D. (3) FELIX R. DE LEO " Muscles " Above the reach of ordinary man. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Chemical Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Boston Junior Symphony Band ANTHONY DELLA RUSSO " Delia " He who works succeeds. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer LEO V. DE LOLLIS Look before you leap; then look again. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2), Library Corp. (3, 4), Science Lab. Assistant (3, 4) Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Track (2, 3), Foot- ball (3) ANTHONY J. DE LUCA " Huck " I ' m telling you. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Room Councillor (2) (29) on ROBERT A. P. DE LUCA " Bob " Where there ' s a will there ' s a wau. Hobby: Model Making Ambition ; Flying Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3), 2A Teams: Track (2, 3, 4) THOMAS M. DEL-VISCO " Duke " " Del " A most fertile and potentiia! seed. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Business Executive Honors : Honor Roll (2) 2A FRED J. DEMPSEY " Ted " We are only what we make ourselves. Hobbv: Shooting Ambition: Business Clubs: Rifle Second Lieutenant ROBERT E. DERMODY " Bod " " Red " A man throughout . Hobby: Sailing Ambition : Business Man LEONARD E. DEVEAU " Lenny " " Slug " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Radio Expert Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( I ) . Athletic Captain DAVID DEVINE " Andy " Veni. ' idi. Vici. Hobby: Movies mbition : Business Executive LEO V. DIAZ " Honey " Never spit against the wind. Hobby: Music Amibtion: Musician FEDELE DI FRANCESCO Pike ' s Peak and then some. Hobby: Radio Ambition: College Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3), 4A , Lawrence Prize Fi- delity (2). Lawrence Prize F3. C4 Lab. Assistant ADIO A. DILORETO " Art " " Dil " Wearing his wisdom lightlg. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Navy Surgeon Honors: Individual Prize. Ath- letic Captain JOHN A. DIRMAUKAS " Casey " The Wise man never loses his temper. Hobby: Building Model Air- planes Ambition : Orchestra Leader JOHN P. DOHERTY " Dots " A new broom sweeps clean. Hobby: Sports Ambition : College JOHN DOHERTY Lose no chance of giving pleasure. Hobby: Sports First Lieutenant Honors: Athletic Captain (2) Clubs: Rifle (30) Q U g u u g g ± g g g z u y WARREN E. DOHERTY ■Red " Good things come in small packages. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business Cadet Captain Teams: Football (3). Track (3) WILLIAM S. DOHERTY ■ " Bill " Industrii makes all things easg. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor Clubs: Glee Teams: Baseball (2. 3. 4) Objective: Dartmouth ALFRED M. DONOVAN " Al " Modest, not shg. Hobby: Mountain Climbing Ambition: Geologist-Botanist Clubs: Debating. Chemistry, Camera, Rifle GERARD F. DONOVAN " Gerry " Take all of me. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: College Honors: Room Councilor (4) JAMES H. DONOVAN " J. H. " Well, sir, it was this ivag. Hobby: Music Ambition: College Teams: Football (3,4). Base- ball (3,4) JOHN J. DONOVAN " Hey you " Action is the proof of abilitg. Hobby: Cruising the Corridors Editor-in-chief " Record " Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3), 2A . Fidelity and Deport- ment Prize (2, 3). Chair- man Song Committee. Science Lab. Assistant ( 3 . 4 ) . Cadet Captain Objective: College HUGH J. DOUGLAS " Doug " know what I know. Hobby: Bowling Ambition : Business GERALD J. DOWLING " Jerry " Here I am, girls. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Room Councilor (i, 2). Teams: Baseball LEO E. DUCEY " Buddy " It matters not how long we live. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Navy Clubs: Glee (4) WILLIAM P. DUGGAN " Doug " O Temporal O Mores! Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Teacher Honors: Science Lab. Assistant (3) Clubs: Debating (3) LESTER W. DUNPHY " Dump " Take me out to the ball game. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Engineer CARMEN P. EANNACCONE ' Carmino " Labor conquers all things. Hobby: Music Ambition: Virtuoso in Music Orchestra and Band (31) ARNOLD M. EDELSTONE " Eddy " Play with fire and you ' ll get burned. Hobby: Model Airplane Build- ing Ambition: Doctor Clubs: Current Events WALTER ENG love the life I live. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Naval Engineer WILLIAM E. FANNING " Bill " Live and learn. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Wireless Operator Cadet Lieutenant (Drum Corps) RICHARD P. FAVREAU " Dick " Just give me room. Flobby: Sports Ambition; Lawyer Objective: College SEVERINO F. FEDERICO " Sammy " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Objective: Hemphill School Dcisel ABRAHAM L. FEINZIG " Butch " Fifty- four degrees Forty minuter, or Fool Hobby: Record Staff Ambition: Lawyer and Ac- countant Honors: " Record " Staff Objective: Bcntley School of Accounting SAMUEL T. FERGUSON " Sammy " A man of his word. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Medicine Objective: College ALBERT L. FEROLI " Al " Smott falla, Al. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F ' . and D. (3) . Honor Roll (1.2. 3) . Objective: College RICHARD FETTIG " Dick " Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby: Aviator Ambition: Engineering Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. Objective: Northeastern JOSEPH S. FIANTACA " Curly " Always ready and willing. Woo woo. Hobby: Music Ambition: Engineering Cadet Captain Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2) Objective: Northeastern (Electrical Engineering) PAUL E. FICHTNER " Maul " Haste makes waste. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Second Lieutenant Ojective: Work ALFRED V. r IDROCKI " Freddy " Honor is the reward of virtue. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition : Surgeon Objective: Harvard Q g y mi Q ± mi z u tu (32j u I h h a h z u u h u z THOMAS M. FINNERAN " Mike " He ' s loll, he ' s tan. he ' s terrific. Hobby: Football Ambition: Lawyer Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( I ) . Honor Roll (1.2) Objective: College JOSEPH N. FISH, Jr. " Joe " To err is human, to pass divine. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Contractor First Lieutenant Objective: College IRVING FISHMAN " Fishy " Mama. I wanna make rhythm! Hobby: Music Ambition: Dentist Captain Honors: i st prize. Fife and Drum Corps (3) Objective: Tufts WILLIAM F. FITZGERALD Happy am I: from care I ' m free. Hobby: Sports Ambition: President Objective: Alabama JOSEPH H. FITZPATRICK " Fitzic " Mighty, noa ' . in heart is he. Hobby: Sports mbition: Engineer Honors: Room Councilor. Room Captain Objective: M. I. T. CARROLL E FIX " Gene " Why. he ' s a man of steel. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : President Objective: Work Objective: U. S. C. G. A. MICHAEL J. FLAHERTY " Mike " Wearing his wisdom lightly. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Accountant WALTER J. FLAHERTY " Flash " The wise shall understand. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Spelling Bee Home Room Objective: Suffolk Law School FRANK FLAMMIA " Zoo " Charm strikes the sight: merit wins the soul. Flobby: Baseball Ambition: State Trooper Second Lieutenant Objective: Work ANTONIO J. FLAMMINI " T. B. " The right bring counsel. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Businessman Lieutenant Objective: Business College JAMES E. FLYNN " Bridget " Little by little the bird builds its nest. Hobby: Football Ambition: An Executive Objective: College FREEMAN FOGG " Foggy " am monarch of all I survey. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: U. S. C. G. A. (33) " m JOHN J. FOLEY " Herman J. " Mighty as can be Hobby: Sleep Ambition: To graduate Objective: Work ROBERT J. FORDHAM ■Bobby " Silence is golden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Objective: C. P. A. PETER P. FORGE ■Pctc " I ' d like to see samoa of Samoa. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: To Travel Drum Major Honors: Athletic Captain Objective: Bryant H Stratton SALVATORE M. " Sal " FRANCO Indeed, a proper man. Hobby: Art Ambition: Engineer First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll ( i. 2. 3) Objective: M. L T. ROY W. FRANK " Roy " The price of wisdom is high. Hobby: Radio Ambition : Objective : U. S. M. C. U. S. M. C. GEORGE C. FREEMAN " Zekc " I came, I saw, and they conquered. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Objective: Harvard WILLIAM E. GALLAGHER •Bill " Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Doctor Objective: Boston College JOSEPH A. GALLIVAN " Mai " Walking life ' s sequestered path. Hobby: Reading Sport-stories Ambition: Athletic Coach Clubs: Glee Club (3) Teams: Football (2. 3, 4), Baseball (3) Objective: Boston University VINCENT GANDOLFO " Vin " True Wisdom is rare. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Second Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern VINCENT J. GARBARINO " Garbie " Listen my children and youse shall hear. Hobby; Sports Ambition: Engineer First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize E2. F. and D. ( 3 ) , Honor Roll C I ) . 2A Objective: Harvard SUMNER H. GARBER " Summy ' The soft complaining flute. Hobby: Cameras Ambition: Business Objective: College ROBERT C. GARDNER " Bob " There ' s a gold mine in the sky. Hobby: Music Ambition: M. D. Captain Honors: Honor Roll (i). Room Captain (2). Switch- board ( 1 . 2. 3, 4) Clubs: Math. Vice Pres. (4) y fi! o z y y (34) u I h h Z U u h u z RAYMOND C. GARRAN •■Ray " A mighty man behind the pen. Hobby: Writing Ambition : Honors : Journalist ■Record " Staff (2.3. Objective: A Library WILLIAM J. GEDDIS " Bill " The secret of success is constancy of purpose Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Service Objective: Business BENNETT GESMER " Gessy ' He has the tc ' ai that gets the way. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Man of Responsi- bility Eirst Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize M2. Lawrence Prize G3. Honor Roll (2. 3). 4A Objective: Forward ERANCIS A. GIANGRANDE " Frcnchie " Tell me where is fancy bred. Or in the heart or m the head. Hobby: Athletics Ambition : Business Objective: Boston University CAMILLO F. GIANNATO " Gamy " They also serve who only stand and wait. Hobby; Fishing Ambition : Business Man Objective: College ANTHONY V. GIANNINO " Tino " Yes, my lad. I won the war. Hobby: Reading Ambition : Priest Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Teams: Fencing Objective: American College of Rome GEORGE F. GILL " Red " Getting some fun out of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher RICHARD E. GILLERAN " Dick " A man with intellectual abilities. Hobby: Shooting Ambition: A Chief Petty Of- ficer Cadet Captain RICHARD P. GILLOOLY " Pete " All the world is a mistake. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Office Guide Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( 1 . 2. 3 ) . P3, M3. Honor Roll ( I . 2. 3 ) 5A . Libra- ry (4) Clubs: Math. Objective: M. I. T. OSCAR S. GIORDANO " Skec " A little goes a long way. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Accountant Cadet Captain Objective: Boston University ROBERT H. W. GIRARD " Frenchy " Why think of tomorrow Live for today. Hobbv: Photography Ambition: A Photographer F ' irst Lieutenant Clubs: Camera Teams : Baseball ( 3 ) Objective: Work ALLAN GITLIN " Git " That ' s life for you. Hobby: Drawing Ambition : Business Objective: College (35) HAROLD F. GLEASON " Harry " am monarch of all I survey. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Journalist Teams: Track (3.4) Objective: Work LESTER H. GOLDENBERG " Goldie " Don ' t you know, or don ' t you care? Hobby: Theatre going Ambition; Accountant Objective: Bentley School of Accounting LEONARD H. GOLDFARB " Lenny " Oh. the wise men. Hobby: Checkers Ambition : Objective : Dentist Tufts MILTON GOLDSTEIN " Goldy " This was the noblest Roman of them all. Hobby: Printing Ambition : Engineer First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize G2, Honor Roll (1.2) Objective: College BURTON GOLUB " Bert " He does much who does a little well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher First Lieutenant Honors: Spelling Bee Winner Home Room Objective: Brown University LEO H. GOODE " Goody " No man was ever wise by chance. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Teacher First Lieutenant Objective: Norte Dame THOMAS GOODWIN " Tom " What a piece of work is man. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Commercial Artist Objective: Work EDWARD P. GOOLISHIAN " Snuffy " Fortune favors the brave. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Burdett Business College MARSHALL A. GORDON " M. A. " Give us a boop on the hooper. Mushl. Hobby: Tropical Fish Raising Ambition; Success in Business Clubs: Rifle. Band. Orchestra Objective; Mass. College of Pharmacy MARTIN H. GORDON " Flash " This above all: to thine own self be true. Hobby; Ice Skating Ambition; Governor Honors: Spelling Bee Winner Objective: M. I. T. FRANCIS G. GOSS " Gus " Little by little the bird builds its nest. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Teacher Second Lieutenant Honors: Room Councilor Objective: College JOHN C. GOUTHRO. Jr. " Johnnie " Thou art now a man. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Objective: College g y Q z u y h (36J U I h h Z y y h y z y 4 y HERBERT GRAFFAM ■Hank " He means icell. Hobby: Collcccion of Theatre Tickets Ambition : General Mgr. of Loew Theatres First Lieutenant Teams: Track (3.4) Objective; Work EDWARD H. GRAHAM •Ed " If it ' s I he last thing I do. Hobby: Music Ambition: Engineer Objective: Work GEORGE A. GRAHAM " Pee Wee " The moon got in mi eyes. Hobby: Gun collecting Ambition: Accountant Honors: Switchboard operator Objective: Boston University MORTON B. GREENBERG " Mort " Play LL ' ith fire and you ' ll get burned. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Objective: Boston University MERRILL H. GREENE " Greenie ' Be noble in every thought. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Coast Guard Offic- er Objective: U. S. Coast Guard Academy ARTHUR S. GREENWOOD " Greeny " The greatness of a fame is fudged by the shadow it casts. Ambition: Musician Hobby: Horses. Swimming. Hunting Clubs: Orchestra Teams: Track Objective: Curtis Institute of Music GEORGE C. GRIFFIN " Griff " Thai ' s the way the Dipsy Doodle works. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Wealth. Health. « Happiness Honors: Room Councilor (4). Honor Guard (3. 4 ) . Picture Committee Objective: To travel WARREN C. GRIFFIN " Griff " Presents make the heart grow fonder. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Reporter Objective: Work CHARLES F. GROVER " Fish " there ever was one. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: To graduate Honors: Room Captain Clubs: Chemistry Objective: College JAMES V. GUALTIERI " Jimmy " Life ' s too short to worry. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Business Second Lieutenant Objective : Work HENRY F. GUARINO " Hen " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby: Music Ambition: Sound Engineer Second Lieutenant Clubs: Orchestra Objective: M. I. T. JOHN M. GUERTLER " Jack " Self conquest is the greatest of victories. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition: U. S. A. Air Corp. Honors: Athletic Captain Objective: Press Photographer - (37) ANTHONY M. GULINELLO ALBERT P. HALL " Gulic " Vieni. vieni, vient. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Baseball Player Objective: Northeastern STANLEY T. GUSTAFSON " Gus " He stands above the smoke and stir. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Northeastern Law PETER C. HABIB " Pete " Prize me no prizes. Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Accountant First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (3) Objective: Work ■■Al " As is the workman so is the work. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Civil Service Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). 2A , F. and D. ( 2. 3) Objective: M. L T. LEOPOLD M. HALL •■Lea " I m in my glory. Hobby: Piano Ambition : Lawyer Honors: Room Captain (2) Objective: College JAMES P. HALLIGAN " Jim " London Bridge is falling down. ta-te-ra-ta ' Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Civil Service Objective: Holy Cross GEORGE S. HABOUSH " Haby " Is there a doctor in the house ' Hello. Doc. Hobby: Weight lifting Ambition : Surgeon First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) Objective: College WILLIAM H. HALPIN " Willy " Laugh your way through life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: College Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Teams: Track Objective : Success MITCHELL F. HADDAD " Bunzo " They shall not pass. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Public Accountant Objective: Business School MITCHELL HADGE " Mitch " All ' s well that ends well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Secretary Honors: Spelling Champion Objective: Work WILLIAM L. HAMER " Bill " Nothing is impossible. Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Trumpeter Second Lieutenant Clubs: Orchestra. Rifle Objective: Northeastern WILLIAM E. HANLON " Bill " Where there ' s a Will there ' s a way. Flobby: Skating Ambition: Teacher Objective: Bentley School of Accounting (38) y I h h Z y y h y z y y JAMES R. HARRINGTON " Harry " A Utile music noiv and then is good for the best of men. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Captain Honors: Honor Guard (3. 4) Teams: Baseball, Football, Track Objective: Northeastern JOHN J. HARRINGTON " J. J. J. " To the stars through bolts and bars, Invincible. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Success Cadet Captain Honors: Room Councilor {3. Objective: Clerical School WILLIAM J. HARTERY " Bill " Walking life ' s sequestered path. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Teacher Honors: Spelling Medal (2) Objective: College ARTHUR J. HARVEY " Yeather " Thanks for the memories. Hoby: Sports Ambition: To be a millionaire Lieutenant Teams: Track Objective: California EDWARD S. HEALY " Red " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Dentist Second Lieutenant Teams: Baseball (3, 4) Objective: Tufts Dental HERBERT F. HEGARTY ' Herb " We are only what ice make ourselves. Hobby: Racing Pigeons Ambition: Journalist Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize H7. Honor Roll ( 2 ) . I A Teams : Football ( 2 . 3 . 4 ) . Track (2,3.4). Baseball (2. 3. 4) Objective: Columbia JOSEPH R. HENDERSON Who knows most says the least. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Teacher Honors: Room Councilor, Athletic Captain Teams: Baseball (2.3.4), Football (3,4). Track (2. 3) Objective: Boston College JAMES E. HENEHAN " Red " He from whose lips divine persuasion flows. Hobby: Money Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Bentley School of Accounting JOHN HERMAN " Peppy " The charm of music. Hobby: Guitar Ambition: Aviation Honors: Home Room Spelling Champion Teams: Baseball JOHN J. HICKSON " Jack " Don ' t do today what you can put off ' till tomorow. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: Engineer Honors: Lawrence Prize Hi. F. and D. ( i ) , 2A , Honor Roll (i) Teams: Track (2. 3) Objective: Boston College EDWARD J. HIGH " Eddie " Why should I worry. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Teams: Track Objective: Boston University MARTIN F. HOGAN " Shanty " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Success Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Business (39) WILLIAM D. HOGAN • ' Bill ' Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Electrical Engineer Captain Objective: To be a success RUSSELL V. HOLLAND " Dutchy " wanna be in WincheU ' s column. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Teams: Baseball (2). Track Objective: Boston University ROY F. HOOD •■Zip ' ' You ' ve got something there. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Teams: Track (2), Baseball (2) Objective: Minnesota RAY W. HOOPER ' Oscar " Laugh, and the world laughs with uou. Hobby: Movies Ambition: Millionaire Objective: Alabama MATTHEW J. HORNER " Scotty " Music makes me do the things I do. Hobby: Music Ambition: Artist Clubs: Current Events Honors: " Record " Staff Objective: School of the Museum of Fine Arts DANIEL J. HURLEY " Danny " Life without laughter is a dreary blank. Hobby : Sports Ambition: To be a success Honors: Honor Guard (4) Cadet Captain Objective: Business JOHN J. HURLEY " Jack " Chirp a little ditty. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Get a job Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston College RAYMOND J. IZZO " Rizz " " Is zat so? " Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Honors: Switchboard Operator Objective: Boston University WILLIAM P. JACOBS " Jake " Mama, that moon is here again. Hobby: Eating Ambition : To get enough to eat Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2. -5). Chairman of Alumni Com- mittee. 3A . Drum Mijor ' 2. 3. 4). " Record " Literary Editor (4). " Record " Photo- grapher (3.4) Clubs: Orchestra (2). Band (2, 3. 4) Objective: Harvard HARRY A. JAFFARIAN " Jaff " The hardest climbed rung the first. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Northeastern JOSEPH H. JAGIELLO " Jagg " Think not of tomorrow . today. Hobby: Skating Ambition : Business Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (i. 2). 2A Objective: B. T. C. FRED W, JEFFERY " Jeff " Whose words all ears took captive. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Success Clubs: Current Events Objective: Good Position (40) y J ± g J g z y y h £ y I h h Z u y h y z y Q y PAUL JONES " Admiral " Ah! What a life. Hobby: Crooning Ambition: Radio Crooner Objective: Villanova JOHN F. JOYCE " Jack " hardly ecer repen t. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Businessman Second Lieutenant Teams: Baseball Objective: Boston College STANLEY J. KALINOWSKI " Kal " Heaven helps that ' who help themselves. Hobby: Walking First Lieutenant Ambition: Successful Business- man Honors: Honor Roll (2.3) CHESTER V. KANE " Chct " Quiet, ptea.w. Hobby: Horses Ambition : Lawyer Second Lieutenant Clubs: Debating Objective: Virginia L ' nivcrsity PETER P. KARPOWICZ " Karpy " A stitch in time saves nine. Hobby: Swimming and Avi- ation Ambition: Aviator Objective: U. S. Air Corp WILLIAM KASAMBALIS " Kassy " In the still of the night. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( 3 ) , Honor Roll ( i. 2) . 3A . Home Room Spelling Champion Clubs: Math. Chemistry. Cur- rent Events Objective : M. I. T. JOSEPH KAUFMAN " Joe " With a charming personality. Hobby: F-ishing Ambition: To own a boat Objective: Business JAMES A. KAVENEY " Jim " Good humor is ulivays a success. Hobby: Talking Ambition : Lawyer Objective: University of Southern California THOMAS J. KEADY " Tom " The man ol the hour. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Olympic Team I 940 Teams: Track (3.4) Objective: Boston College GEORGE KEE Oh. for the life of the sea. Ambition: Engineer Clubs: Math.. Airplane Objective: M. I. T. HARRY KEE Yes. I said. 3.2808 Hobby: Aviation Clubs: Math., Airplane Objective: College JOHN D. KEEFE " Speed " The hardest climbed rung is the first. Hobby: Skiing. Swimming. Ambition: Business man Dancing Cadet Captain Honors: Room Councilor Teams: Track (3.4) Objective: Boston University (41) ■■■ .1! EDWARD J. KELLEY Make pure and holy. Hobby: Training Horses Ambition: Trainer Clubs: Glee. Rifle Teams: Football Objective: Race at Santa Anita ROBERT T. KELLS ' Bob ' I ' d rather be right. Hobby: Skiing Ambition : Doctor Honors: Chairman of Dance Committee Objective: College ALFRED R. KERR • Bob ■ The trouble ujilh me is you. Hobby: Phonographs Ambition : Engineer First Lieutenant Clubs: Math. Objective: M. L T. ESA M. KHOURY " Ace " Patient effort wins. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Honors: Individual Drill prize Objective: Northeastern JAMES F. KILDUFF " Jim " um moved by the light. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Teacher Clubs: Glee. Math.. Latin Teams: Football. Track. Objective: Boston University WALTER S. KING " Rex " Fortune favors the brave. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: State Trooper Captain Clubs: Rifle Objective: Officer in State Troopers FRED B. KLERCKER " Clerck " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Sports Ambition: An ofliccr Captain Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D., lA Clubs: Math. Objective: West Point JOHN P. KNOX " Fat " Think with your head. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Navy Captain Honors: Home Room Spelling Champion Teams: Track Objective: Annapolis JOSEPH P. KOBUS " Jojo " Good things come small. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Journalist Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University KAROL J. KOSTKA " Bing " Stubborn labor conquers all. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Accountant Objective: Boston University NICHOLAS A. KOULOPLOS " Coule " A mind devoted to a strong desire. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Business Manager Captain Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (3). Di Objective: Boston University JOHN F " . KRUNITIS " Johnny " Appreciate the joys of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Objective : To graduate Boston University Q a g g y u g g ± g ± g g z y y (42) JOHN KUNDANIS J. " Johnny " Honor and achievement Q above all. ■i Hobby: Sports y Objective: Boston University h h Z U U h u lb ROBliRT H. KURTZER " Bobby " He means u ' ell who does iL ' ell. Hobby : Scrapbooks Ambition: Reporter Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll {3) " Record " Staff Objective: Columbia MAX KUSHNER " Quack " Live today and took to the future. Hobby: Sports Books Ambition: Business Objective: College EDWARD KUSSY " Hussy ' Virtue IS its own record. Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (i) Objective: College FRANK A. La FRAZIA " Kickdock " You took the words right out of my mout ' . Ambition : Psychologist MITCHELL LAHAM " Mitchy " A member of honor ' s lamous train. Hobby: Philatelist Ambition: Sales Manager Objective: Bentlcy School of Accounting ROBERT LAIBLE " Bob " Silence gives consent. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: Banker Captain Honors: Honor Guard. Year Book Committee Clubs: Current Events Objective: B. C. B. A. ROBERT E. LAIRD " Doc " And even this shall pass away. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Honors: Athletic Captain (3. 4) Teams: Football (3. 4 I Track (2. 3 . 4 ) Objective: Lincoln Parks, Nebraska JOHN T. LAMBERT " Jack " Incfuire not too curiously. Hobby: Music Ambition: C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston Universitv AIDAN L. LANCASTER " Lanny " A man of few words. Hobby: Collecting coins Ambition : Be a Success Second Lieutenant JOHN V. LARKIN " Pepper " Getting some fun out 01 lite. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Banker Clubs: Glee Teams: Track ( i. 2. 3.4) Baseball Objective: University of Southern California ANTHONY M. LASHOTO " Tony " Don ' t count your chickens before they ' re hatched. Hobby: Radio Ambition : Mechanic Clubs: Glee, Current Events Teams : Track { 3 ) Objective: Alabama Uni- versitv i f3 f ' J DANIEL LASOVICK " Dapper " Siveet is ihe word for you. Ambition: Pharmacist Second Lieutenant Honors; Honor Roll (2. 3) 1 A Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy OSCAR L. LATKOWITCH " Ozzic-Ski " Each mind has its own method. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Clubs: Current Events (4). Orchestra (4) Teams: Fencing (■5) Objective: Northeastern THOMAS J. LAVIN " Pete " Mc. too. Hobby: Books Ambition: Philosopher Teams: Track Objective: Northeastern JOHN D. LAWTON " Jack " All ' s well that ends well. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Work Captain Honors: Switchboard Operator. Alumni Committee. Room Councilor Objective: Accounting AUGUSTUS R. LAZZARI " Gus " ,4 the World loves a comedian. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Objective: M. L T. JOSEPH P. LENNON " Joe " First come, first served. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Golf Pro. First Lieutenant Honors: Home room Spelling winner ROBERT W. LENT " Robby " A man ot his word. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: Hotel Manager Clubs: Current Events Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: Burdett Business College MITCHELL LEON " Tex " Yes, my lad. I won the war. Hobby: Electricity Ambition: Chemist Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events JOHN F. LEONARD " Hercules " Just what the doctor ordered. Hobby: Camping Ambition: Doctor Captain Clubs : Rifle (2. 3 ) . Stamp (3) Teams: Football ( i. 3.4) Objective: West Point ROGER J. LEONARD Who ' s afraid nf a hold bad man : ' Hobby: Sailing Ambition: Success in Business Clubs: Current Events RUPERT A. LEONARD " Bunny " Here he comes. Wow! Hobby: Art Ambition: Engineering Teams: Track Objective: Boston College ISIDOR LERNER " Ike " A youth without a care. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Captain Honors: Individual Prize (2), Honor Guard (3. 4) Clubs: Chemistry (4) Objective: College y u ■J ■J z y y (44) JACOB E. LESBERG " Jack " FREDERICK L. LINN " Fred " Ah: What a life. Hobby: Music Ambition: Dentistry Honors: French Honor Roll (2). Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2) Objective: Tufts Dental DOMENIC M. LESSA " Dom " Accurate of hand, perceptive of mind. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Engineer Second Lieutenant Objective: New England Air- craft School BURTON R. LEVENSON ■Bob " A penny for uour thoughts. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Vice President of Current Events Club Teams: Track (Manager) Clubs: Current Events. Dra- matic CHARLES I. LEVINE " Archie " Play the cat not the mouse. Hobby: Model Airplanes Ambition: Engineer Objective: M. I. T. A pull ' and blushing rose is he. Hobby: Sailing Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Honors: Fidelity Prize (2. 3). Vice President (3). President (4). Room Councilor (2. 3. 4). Student Council (2. 3. 4). Secretary Student Coun- cil (3). President Student Council (4). Delegate of the State Student Council (3). Vice President State Student Council. Representative of the Junior Red Cross (3.4). Vice President of the Junior Red Cross Teams: Fencing. Football Objective: Boston University EDWARD H. LLOYD " Luck " Silence is golden. Ambition: Steel Executive Teams: Track Objective: Holy Cross EDWARD L. LODGE " Ed " So this is Egypt! Hobby: Traveling Ambition: Travel Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events. Chem- istry (3) , Rifle ( i) FRANK LOPEZ " Ray " An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Salesman Honors: Lawrence Prize Si Objective: Northeastern EDWARD LEWIS " Hy " Life is too SLVeet to worry. Hobby: Making Friends Ambition: To be a success Objective: College EDWARD A. LINN " Whitey " ( IS well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Clubs: Rifle Objective: Boston University MANUEL J. LOUZAN " Manny " What ' s in a name? Hobby: Sports Ambition: Bookkeeper Objective: Bentley School of Accounting MELVIN R. LUBIN " Mell " What ' s the end of fame. Hobby: Photography Ambition: C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Honors: Dance Committee Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Boston University (45) JOHN J. LUGAS " Lukcy " An honest man is the noblest work of God. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviation Teams: Baseball Objective: Aviation Corps ROBERT F. LYNCH " Bob " Kind deeds are wrought by me. Ambition : Politician Cadet Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events. Rifle Objective: New York Uni- versity WILLIAM G. ••Bill ' LYNCH A word from the wise is sufficient. Hobby: Traveling Ambition: To Travel Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Notre Dame CHARLES W. ■BUI " LYONS Art is long, artists usually short. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Objective: Mass. State College JOSEPH H. LYONS " Joe " A man of few words. Ambition: Engineer I ' irst Lieutenant Clubs: Math. HENRY B. McCARTEN English High, the milestone on the road to successs. Hobby: Football Ambition: Engineer Teams: Baseball Objective: Engineer JOHN J. McCarthy " Mac " Silence gives con ' ient. Hobby: Baseball Clubs : Aviation ( i ) Teams: Baseball (4) DONALD E. McCLAREN " Don " Never get off the water wagon. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Chemist Objective: Northeastern THOMAS A. McCORMACK " Mac " Never say die! Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors: Athletic Captain ' 37 Objective: M. I. T. CHARLES V. McDERMOTT " Mac " He means well who does well. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Bandleader Teams: Baseball (2, 3, 4) GERARD F. MacDONALD " Mac " None but the brave deserves the fair. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Honors: F. and D. ( 1 ) Teams: Track. Football (As- sistant Manager) Objective: Notre Dame EDWARD J. McDONOUGH " Mac " A fig for care and a fig for woe. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Businessman Objective: Notre Dame (46) a y u mi g (J Z y y h y I h h z y y h y z y y PATRICK J. Mcdonough " Mac " A big man wtlh big ideas. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviator Objective: Burdctt Business College RALPH T. McGARY " Mac " Charm strikes the sight, merit wins the soul. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To travel Cadet Lieutenant Teams: Baseball DONALD McGOVERN " Donnie ' The poet is all knowing. Hobby: Pianist Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Clubs: Current Events (i) Teams: Track ( i ) Objective: Boston University WILLIAM D. McGOVERN " Flash " Determination can move mountains. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Bank Executive Teams: Baseball (4) Objective: Southern California JOHN E. McGREGOR " Mac " All I ask is to be left alone. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Engineer First Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry (4). Cur- rent Events (4) THOMAS J. McGRIMLEY " Mac " Vex not his ghost. Hobby: Sports Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2). lA , Individual Prize (2), Honor Guard ( -5) Clubs: Chemistry (4) Teams: Baseball (4), Trai.k ( Objective: College JOHN P. McGUIRE " Johnny " Always ready and willing. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Clubs: Glee (i) Teams: Baseball (4) Objective: Holy Cross DANIEL T. McINNESS " Mac " Life is too sweet to worry. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Lawyer Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football (2), Track (i. 2) . Baseball (1,2) Objective: Boston University HENRY McKAY " Ace " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Aviator Clubs: Glee (4) Teams: Track (2), Baseball (4) Objective: Marine Air Corps JAMES F. McKEON " Mac " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby: Football Ambition: Musician Teams: Track (1). Football (4) . Baseball (4) JOHN E. Mclaughlin " Mac " Don ' t count your chickens be- fore they are hatched. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Engineer Objective: Indiana University JOHN T. McLaughlin " Mac " What is good for the goose, is good for the gander. Hobby: Sports nmbition : Busmcss First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2) . A2 . Honor Roll (1.2, 3) Objective: Bentley School of Accounting (47) JOSEPH F. McLau ghlin •■Flash " Knowledge is power. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Lawyer Lieutenant Clubs : Debating { i ) Teams: Track, Baseball JOHN A. McMAHON ■■Mac- ' He who works, succeeds. Hobby: Working Ambition: Big Business Objective: Boston College WESLEY A. McNeill ■■Wcs " Experience is what you get when you ' re looking for something else. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Post Office Clerk FRANK J. McNULTY ■Cuddles " The love of money is the root of all evil. Hobby: Coin Collector Ambition: Engineer Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (1.2, 3). Room Councilor (2. 3). Lawrence Prize F. and D. (3). ■ Record " Staff, Honor Guard (3). Sec. - Treas. Senior Class, Student Coun- cilor (2, 3), Delegate State Student Council (3.4), Delegate Eastern Mass. Stu- dent Council (3.4) WALTER McSWEENEY •■Mac " 01 Appeuser of our hungry appetites. Hobby: Dancing Ambition : Lawyer Clubs: Debating Teams: Track. Football PAUL D. MAFFEO Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Teaching Objective; Boston University MODESTINO J. MALLARDO " Mustic " With a charming personality. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Typist Cadet Lieutenant Objective: New England Air- craft School ANDREW F. MALLOY " Andy " Whistle and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Lawyer Clubs: Camera (4) Teams: Track (2) ROBERT MALONEY ■•Bob " Life IS a jest. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Travel around the world Honors: Prize Drill. ' ■Record ' (4) (Business Manager) Objective: Business THOMAS J. MALONEY ■■Mai " Each mind has ils own methods. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Sports writer Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Athletic Captain (3) Teams: Baseball (2. 3), Capt. ' 38 Baseball team. Football ( 4 ) . Track (3.4) Objective: Boston College CLARENCE C. MALOOF ■■Larry " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Chemist Objective: M. I. T. ABRAHAM E. MALOOF ■■Foolam " A penny earned is a penny saved. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist Honors: Room Captain (3) Objective: Boston University g u u (J z u u (48) y I h h Z U U h U Z mi JOHN J. MANNING " Shono " To bed. you retired banker. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Machinist Objective: Columbia JOHN J. MANNING ■Red ' Industry makes all things easy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football (1,2.3.4). Track (3.4), Baseball (3. Objective: Notre Dame JAMES M. MANNING ■ Red " Labor is tiring. Hobby: Hockey Ambition : Bruins Objective: Boston College JOSEPH L, MARIANO ■■Joe Little strokes fell great oaks. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Stenographer Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern ACCURZIO MARINO ■■Qus ' We heard you the first time. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Bentlcy School of Accounting ALBERT MARMER " AI " Only the wise speak little. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Chemist Cadet Captain Objective: M. I. T. EDWARD G. MARSHALL ■■Bud ' None but the brave deserve the fair. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Diesel Engineering Objective : M. I. T. JOHN J. MARSHALL ■■Jack " A mind devoted la a strong desire. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Honors: Room Councilor Teams: Track, Baseball Objective: Bentley School of Accounting JOSEPH MARSHALL ■■Joe " Let us take the blows of life with a smile. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Navy Teams: Track. Baseball Objective: Hiram College ROBERT W. MARTIN ■Bob " A member of honor ' s famous train. Hobby: Reading Ambition : Sailor Objective: U. S. Navy JOHN F. MARTINI " Monty A flood of laughter in his eyes. Hobby: Sailing Ambition : Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Engineering School ROBERT MASTERSON. Jr. ■ ' Bob ' What ' s funny on Sunday night is funny on Tuesday morning. Hobby: Swing Music Ambition : Engineer Honors: ■ Record ' Staff (3. 4). Honor Guard (3). Chairman Dance Com. (4) Objective: Holy Cross (49) JOHN MATOOK " Johnny " knoLC a trick worth tivo of that. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Teams: Track (3.4) Objective: Bentlcy School of Accounting DOMINIC A. MATTEI " Moose " The moon got in mq ei es. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Clubs: Current Events Teams: Track (3.4). Base- ball (2. 3 ) Objective: Business School GEORGE JAMES MELAUGH " Guggles ' came, I saw. and they conquered . Teams: Football. Baseball. Track BERNARD F. MENTON " Buddy " Time will explain it all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Man Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Executive RALPH MERRILL Ambition has no rest. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Ob jcctivc : demy Naval Officer U. S. Naval Aca- MICHAEL T. MICHAEL " Mike " Modesty and silence Hobby: Sports Ambition : Objective : Dentist Tufts LAMBROS MIHALOPOULOS What you are today decides tomorrow ' s works. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Man Honors: Room Treasurer. Room Captain Teams: Track GILBERT O. MILLER " Gil " Like father, like son. Hobby: Imitating Orchestras Ambition: Geographer Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Clark University THOMAS F. MOAKLEY " Tom " Go west, young man, go west. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Business Executive Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Business School LOUIS MOGUL " Slim " Absence makes the world grow fonder. Hobby: Old Coins Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Boston University ANTHONY J. MOLICA " Lanny " Silence is golden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Electrical Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern PETER F. MONACO " Pete " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (3) Objective: Notre Dame (50) a u mi o T y y y I h h U h Z y y h y z y y WILLIAM F. MOORE •Bill " ShoLC your vituliiy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Executive C.idct Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll ( i ) . I A Objective: Business School ARTHUR H. MORRIS ■■Uncle " Laugh, and ihe world laughs With you. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To live a long life Honors: Inciividual Prize (3) Clubs: Rifle Teams: Track (-5, 4) Objective: Northeastern LORIMER P. MORRISON ' Laurie " Where art thou. Romeo i " Hobby: Current Events Ambition: Historian Cadet Lieutenant Objective: State Teacher s Col- lege JOHN M. MORRISSEY " Johnny " What should a man do but be merry Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Business Executive Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Business School HERBERT C. ■■Herbie ' MORSS Stop, you ' re breaking my heart ! Hobby: Sports Ambition: Dentist Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Spelling Bee Champi- on (i. 3), Room Councilor (3). Chairman Picture Com- mittee Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Tufts FRED MOUSSALLY " Moose " He has an eye for beauty. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Objective: Business AUSTIN C. MULKERIN ■ ' Speed " Hark Hobby: Ambition: Executive Objective: Northeastern The dogs do bark. Horse Racing THOMAS J. MULLINS " Tom " ' ( rather he right. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: B. U. C. B. A. JOHN F. MULRY " Mul " Why, he ' s a man of steel. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Army Officer Clubs: Rifle Teams: Track ( 2.3 ) Objective: Norwich Military Academy EDWARD J. MURPHY " Murph " Steady and strong is he. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Bentley School of Accounting FRANCIS J. MURPHY " Hash " A little goes a long way Hobby: Sports Ambition : Objective : Politics Boston College JAMES F. MURPHY " Jim " All ' s well that ends well. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Objective: B. U. C. B. A. (51) JOHN R. MURPHY " Jack " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Mechanic Objective: College KENNETH B. MURPHY " Ken " All my fame is due to myself alone. Hobby: Collecting Money Ambition: To be a man Honors: Lawrence Prize F " i . Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2) , Honor Roll ( i . 2 ) . 5A , Switchboard. Libra- ry Corp Objective: Boston College PATRICK P. MURPHY " Packcy " The king of good fellows. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Pass College Boards Honors: Lost and Found Dept. (2) Objective: M. L T. EDWARD J. MURRAY " Bud • His spurs have honorably been won. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( 3 ) , Honor Roll ( 2 ) . lA Objective: Business Executive MURRAY I. MYERS Quiet, please. Teams: Track (Assistant Manager ) Objective: Boston University AMBROSE B. NANGERONI A stitch in lime saves nine. Hobby: Electricity Ambition: Electrical Engineer Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( I ) . Honor Roll ( i, 2) . Room Councilor (1.2). " Record " Staff (3.4) Objective: Northeastern PHILIP NASSISE " Phil " Deeds not words. Hobby: Mathematics Ambition : Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (1.2), I A Clubs: Math. (President) Chemistry Objective: M. I. T. EDWIN L. NAYLOR. Jr. " Ed " What do you hear: " From the mob ' Hobby: Sports Ambition: A Man of Honor and Achievement Cadet Captain Honors: Lawrence Prize F2. Honor Roll (3), Athletic Captain (4). Alumni Com- mittee Teams : Track { 4 ) Objective: Lowell Textile CHARLES G. NEARHOS " Nero " They shall not pass. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Go thru the mill Objective: College JAMES NEELY, Jr. " Jim " This I.S the life. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Accountant Cadet Captain Honors: Lawrence Prize I3, Lawrence Prize F. and U. (3) , Honor Roll (2.5) 3A Objective: Boston University TIMOTHY J. NESDALE " Deacon " Nothing is impossible. Hobby: Hi-Li Ambition: Millionaire Honors: Spelling Bee Winner (2) Clubs: Glee (3) Objective: Business School LAWRENCE F. NEVIN " Wiff " A sailor he should be. Hobby: Chopping Wood Ambition: G-Man Objective: Bentlcy School of Accounting u (J y Q z u y h U I h ± h T u u h y z WILLIAM J. NEWCOMB " Ncwky " like work, play, and study. Hobby: Dreaming Ambition: Sleep forever Clubs; Glee (4) Teams; Track (4). Baseball (4) CHARLES H. NEWPOL " Jay Berwanger " And so ivas Napoleon. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Engineer First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (1.3) I A . Lawrence Prize F. and D. (i). Honor Guard (3. 4). Room Councilor (4). " Record " Advertising Staff (4) Clubs; Math. (4). Chemistry (4) Teams ; Track ( 4 ) Objective; West Point JOHN J. NICHOLSON " Nick " ™ Don ( ivorry till the time comes. Hobby; Golf Ambition: President Objective: Boston University J JOHN A. NORTON " Johnny " Tempus sure does fugit. Hobby; Sports Ambition; Commercial Artist Objective; Notre Dame JOHN A. NOUN " Johnny " Sow a thought, and reap an act. Hobby: Photography Ambition; Civil Engineer Objective: M. I. T. CARL M. NYBERG " Swede " Versed in the Arts and stuff. Hobby: Skiing Ambition; Accountant Second Lieutenant Clubs ; Camera Objective; Bentley School of Accounting JOSEPH F. O ' BRIEN " Joe " He is a merry desperado. Hobby; Football Ambition: Civil Engineer Honors: Room Treasurer Clubs: Glee Objective: Northeastern LEO J. O ' BRIEN " Dulphney " Make hay while the sun shines. Hobby : Sports Ambition; Actor Objective; Hollywood RICHARD O ' BRIEN " Obie " He who rises late never does a good day ' s work. Hobby; Sports Ambition; Civil Engineer Teams : Track (2.3) Objective; M. I. T. WILLIAM J. O ' BRIEN " Walyo " know a trick worth two of that. Hobby; Dancing Ambition: Hog-caller Clubs; Glee Objective: Slippery Rock THOMAS F. O ' CONNELL • Red " Whistle, and she ' ll come to you. Hobby; Hockey Ambition; Janitor at Vassar Honors; Athletic Captain (i. 2. 3), Spelling Bee Winner (3) Clubs: Current Events Objective; Boston College THOMAS M. O ' CONNELL " Napper ' ' He who works, succeeds. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Captain of Notre Dame Football Team Honors; Athletic Captain (2. 3. 4) Clubs; Chess. Stamp. Rifle Teams; Hockey (i). Baseball ( I ) Objective; Notre Dame k ■•MPT ' " Km- (53) DANIEL B. O ' CONNOR ■Okie " The mirror ol all courlesy. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Architect Honors: Room Councilor (3 Clubs: Chemistry (3) Teams: Track (3,4) Objective: Notre Dame JOHN J. O ' CONNOR " Lefty " That school-girl complexion. Hobby : Bowling Ambition: U. S. Army Of- ficer Teams: Football (2. 3) Objective: Boston College WILLIAM J. O ' CONNOR " ■Weems " Tiny wheels turn mighty cogs. Hobby: Sports Honors: Honor Roll Teams: Track Objective: Boston College WILLIAM F. O CONNOR " Bill " Look before you leap. Hobby: Sports Ambition: G-Man Honors: Honor Roll (i. 2. 3) Clubs: Stamp. Checker Objective: University of Southern California WALTER J. OGAR " Major " A good friend to everyone. Hobby : Riding Ambition: Army Officer Honors: Honor Roll ( i . 2. 3 1 Student Council, " Record " Staff, Picture Committee Objective: West Point FRANK E. O ' KEEFE " Oakie " An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Professional Swim- mer Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( 2 ) . Honor Roll ( 2 ) Objective: Boston College WALTER D. O ' KEEFE " Cuff " Hitch your ivagon to a high aim. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Orchestra Honors: Lawrence Prize Si. Honor Roll ( I ) Teams Track (2. 3.4). Base- ball (2,3) Objective: Duke L ' niversity VERNON E. OLDHAM " Benny " Let us rejoice while we are young. Hobby: Reading Objective: Annapolis HAROLD I. OLSEN " Ollie " Life ' s too short. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: Chemist Objective: M. I, T. EDWARD C, O ' MALLEY " Pat " Give me an audience. Hobby: Sports Ambition: G-Man Teams: Track ( i, 2, 3. 4) Objective: Holy Cross JOHN J. O ' MALLEY " Stretch " Money in the hand, and m the pocket. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Villanova ERNEST F. O ' NEILL " Tip " Men gladly believe what they wish to. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: To be successful f-irst Lieutenant Clubs: Stamp. Drum Corp (I) Teams: Football (3,4). Base- ball (3) Obiective: A Job Q U y mi o z u u (54) y I h h Z y y h y z y y JOHN S. ONEIL " Johnny " The game is up. Hobby: Collecting Pictures Ambition : Musician Second Lieutenant Teams : Track (3.4) Objective: Boston Conservatory of Music FERDINAND J. OSER " Julian " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Hobby: English Literature Ambition: Doctor Clubs: Debating (4). Chess (2) Objective: Boston University BRUNO A. PAGLIA " Porky " Spare the rod and spoil the child. Hobby: Bowling and Baseball Ambition: Electrical Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Teams: Track ( 1 , 2) Objective : M. L T. NUNZIO L. PALLADINO " Butch " I ' m telling you — not asking you. Hobby: Airplanes Ambition: Diesel Engineer Clubs : Aviation ( i ) Objective: Hemphill Diesel School BERNARD N. PANAJIA " Bernie ' ' Life is too sweet to worry. Hobby: Music and Art Ambition: Lawyer Second Lieutenant Clubs: Band Objective: Boston University Law School ANTONIO A. PANDOLFO " Panny " Who escapes a duty avoids a gain. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Reg. Pharmacist Captain Honors: Honor Guard (3. 4) Clubs: Current Events (4). Chemistry (4) Obiectivc: Mass. College of Pharmacy CHARLES J. PARKHURST " Parky " Business is business. Hobby: Chess and Bowling Ambition : Business Clubs : Chess (■5.4) JOSEPH D. PARKMAN " Joe " Be merry while you are younu. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Financier Honors: Honor Guard, Alumni Committee Clubs: Chemistry. Current Events (Secretary) RALPH P. PARROTTA Stop, you ' re breaking my heart ! Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Chemical Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (3) lA Teams : Track (3.4) Objective: Tufts MELVIN N. PARSON " McI " He stands above the smoke and stir. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Teacher Objective: Boston University JOSEPH J. PASAKARNIS " Joe " Is this the way to the top. ' ' Hobby: Radio. Photography. Chemistry Ambition : Engineering First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2.3), Honor Roll ( 2. 3). 6 A . Library Corps President Clubs: Math (Secretary) Chemistry JOHN V, PASTORELLI Pat " Walking life ' s sequestered path. Hobby: Collecting Postcards Ambition: Scenario Writer Second Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Boston University (55) ROBERT J. F. PATTERSON ■Pat " keep my true worth hidden. Hobby; Stamps Ambition : Crooner Honors: Lawrence Prize H8. Honor Roll ( i . 2 ) . Room Councilor. Spelling Bee Winner ( 1 , 2 ) Objective: Hollywood JERRY PEROSINO " Perry " ' Zealous but modest. Hobby: Dancing Ambition; Clerk Clubs: Chess Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Herrick ' s Institute J. F. PFAU " Caesar " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby: Philately Ambition: Radio Announcer Objective: Radio City AUGUSTUS N. PIATELLI " Gussy " A friend at all time. Hobby: Building Model Planes Ambition; Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors; Honor Roll (3). I A Objective: Middle West NICHOLAS J. PITARI " Nick " As I understand it. it is not very well understood . Hobby; Music Ambition: Violinist Objective; Curtis Institute of Music EDWARD M. PORRAZZO " Pat " He would seek knowledge of another world. Hobby; Scouting Ambition : To be successful First Lieutenant Objective; Business SAMUEL PORTER " Joe " Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Hobby; Reading Ambition: Salesman Second Lieutenant Objective; Business ALFONSO A. PORZIO " Al " Education pays the way. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Newspaper Photo- grapher First Lieutenant Objective: Boston University LOUIS G. PORZIO " Lou " Veritas vos liberavit. Hobby; Writing Ambition: Priest Clubs: Chess Objective: St. John ' s Seminary ALBERT T. POWERS " Blackie " Blessings on thee, little man. Hobby: Skating Ambition : Engineer Honors; Room Councilor (i 2). Athletic Captain (3.4) Objective: College GEORGE W. POWERS " Southie " Whistle while you work. Hobby; Collecting Money Ambition: Chemical Engineer Captain Honors; Lawrence Prize Mi. Honor Roll (1.2.3). 2A . Vice Pesident Senior Class. Vice President Student Coun- cil (4) Clubs; Math Objective: Northeastern GERARD H. POWERS " Tyrone " Good heavens! ..What ' s this? Hobby: Golf Ambition: Engineer First Lieutenant Honors; Athletic Captain (2) Home Room winner Spelling Bee. Executive Committee Teams: Track ( i ) Objective: Diesel Engineering a w u u g z u y h (56) RALPH J. PRATT " Beet " The world is a slacic. Hobby: Sports U I h h Z y u h y z y y Ambition : Objective : Accountant Boston University RONALD G. PRESCOTT " Ronnie " The game is up. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Soldier of Fortune Teams: Track (2). Football (3. 4) Objective: West Point ACCURZIO S. PULEO " Gus " Sohlude and quietude. Hobby: Athletics Second Lieutenant Teams: Track Objective: Business Manager GUY S. OUARTARONl " Quart " He is truly true. Hobby; Boxing. Baseball Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Guard (4) Objective: Suffolk Law School JOHN D. RATTIGAN " Red " Vain is the help from all men. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Mathematician Honors: Athletic Captain (i. 2.4). " Record " Staff Clubs: Glee Teams: Track Objective: Boston University PAUL F. REDDY " Moose " Ambition is the root of success. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Doctor Honors: Student Council Teams: Football (3.4) Objective: Holy Cross HOWARD V. REDGATE " Red " Short accounts make long friends. Hobby: Sports Captain Honors: Honor Guard (3, 4). Room Councilor (2). F. and D. (3) Clubs: Aviation Teams: Baseball (3) Objective: West Point JAMES R. REGAN Bob " Stop, look, and listen. Flobby: Athletics Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Honors: Individual Prize (3). Honor Guard (4) Objective: Boston College ROBERT P. REID " Flash " None but himself can be his equal. Hobby: College Catalogues Ambition : Hockey Player Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Harvard THOMAS G. REILLY " Foot " A big man with big ideas. Hobby: Horses Ambition; Bachelor of Science Teams: Football (4), Track (I. 4) Objective: Mass. School of Pharmacy NORMAN W. REINHALTER " Rhiner " You started something. Hobby ; Fishing Ambition : Doctor First Lieutenant Clubs: Rifle Objective; Boston University CARL A REPUCCI " Flash " After the battle, the reicard. Hobby : Football Ambition; Football Player Objective: Professional Foot- ball (57) MAX L. RESNICK " Macky " A good man. tried and true. Hobby: Bowling Ambition : Surgeon Honors: Individual Prize in Drill (2) Clubs: Rifle (4) Objective: Tufts Medical DAVID F. REYNOLDS " Dave " BeLL ' are the Idea of March. Hobby: Roller Skating and Dancing Ambition : C. P. A. First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (1.2) Objective: Business College LEWELLYN RICHARDS " Bud " Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Metallurgist Clubs : Chemistry ( 3 ) Teams : Track ( 4 ) Objective: M. I. T. AUSTIN C. RICKETSON " Rick " Flushed with success, yet modest withal. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Army Officer Clubs: Current Events (4). Glee (3.4) Teams: Fencing (3), Track Objective: West Point JOSEPH W. RIDGE " Colt " Every man is the maker of his own fortune. Hobby: Horses Ambition: Dictator Cadet Captain Objective: To win the Ken- tucky Derby JOSEPH T. RILEY " Rye " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition : Actor Honors: Individual Prize Teams: Track (4). Baseball (4) Objective: Boston College HAROLD F. RING " Barney " Labor Omnia Vincit. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aeronautical Engi- neer First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (1,2), Lawrence Prize E3 , Honor Roll ( i . 2. 3 ) . Room Councilor (2). Year Book Committee, 2A , " Re- cord " Staff (4) Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: M. I. T. LUCIANO S. RIZZA " Louis " He applies himself to his duty. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Aircraft Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2), I A Clubs: Fencing Objective: New England Air- craft School FRED F. ROBBINS " Fritz " What a plague it is to he too handsome. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Army Officer Cadet Captain Honors; Honor Guard (5.4), Library Corps (3.4) Objective: Culver JAMES B. ROBINSON " Jim " Wis eyes towards Incas gold are turned. Hobby: Stamps Ambition : Engineer Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2), Honor Guard (3,4) Clubs: Math. (4) Objective: West Point THOMAS F. ROBINSON. Jr. " Tom " Whistle, and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Staff Captain Honors: Honor Guard (3. 4) . " Record " Staff (1,4). Year Book Committee Clubs: Chemistry (4) Objective: Bentlcy School of Accounting WALTER ROBINSON " Wally " Always in the nick of time. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business Man Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Math.. Debating, Band Objective: Harvard (58) u e g u z u y I y I h h h Z y y h y z y y JOHN A. R. ROCHE Heroes are horn no I made. Hobby : Boats Ambition; Aeronautical Engi- neer Teams: Track (2. 4) Objective: Northeastern FRANK ROMSKAS Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby: Boat Building Ambition: Traveling Honors : i A Objective: Business School MAX G. ROSE " Maxie " A man throughout . Hobby: Sports Ambition: Forest Ranger Teams: Track (3,4) Objective: Northeastern JOHN A. ROSSI He knows all. he sees all. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Aviator Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll ( i. 2), F. and D. ( 3 ) . Room Coun- cilor (3.4). Honor Guard (3. 4) Clubs: Stamp Objective: Norwich EDWARD L. RUDDY " Ed " A man after his own heart. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Professional Base- ball Player Lieutenant Clubs : Glee (1.2) Teams: Football (2. 3,4), Baseball (Manager 4) Objective: Boston College ANGEI.O RUOTOLO " Al " He who rises late never does a good day ' s work. Hobby: Sports Ambition : College Honors: Honor Roll (1.2) 2A . Athletic Captain (3) Objective: Tuffs JOHN A. RUPLIS " Rup " He who hesitates is lost. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Accountant Captain Clubs : Camera Objective: To see year 2000 JOHN J. RYAN " Jack " Up and quit your books. Hobby: Bowling Ambition : M. D. Objective: Boston University ELMER J. SABINO " Spade " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Captain Objective: Boston University LEONARD C. SACKS " Butch " Come, sleep: O sleep, the certain knot of peace. Hobby: Golf Ambition : Salesman Honors: Honor Roll (2), " Record " Staff Clubs: Debating (2,3) Teams: Football (3), Track (2.3.,4) Objective: U. S. Diesel En- gineering College ANGELO M. SANTORO " Alo " If you can ' t win. never give up. Hobby: Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Teams: Track Objective: Washington Uni- versity JACK SATTER " Butch " Vain IS the help ot man. Hobby: Polo Ambition : C. P. A. Honors: Honor Roll Teams: Baseball (3. 4). Track (3. 4 ) . Football (3. 4 ) Objective: Boston Univeristy ! (59) MERRILL L. SAWYER " Tarzan " Let us do or die. Hobby: Boats Ambition: " Success " Objective: Naval Architect WILLIAM F. SCANLAN " Will " Early lo bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy. and wise. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Graduate Teams: Football ( i. 2. 3) Objective: Boston University WILLIAM J. SCANLON " Wild Bill " Let me be a friend to man. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Lawyer Second Lieutenant Objective; Harvard DOMENIC J. SCAVONGELLI " Dom " matters not how long we live. Hobby: Sports Ambition: College Teams: Football, Track, Base- ball Objective: Boston University WALTER E. SCHULTZ " Wes " Keep going till you reach the top. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Doctor Clubs: Debating Objective: Dartmouth HECTOR J, SCICCHITANO " Hieky " No man was ever wise by chance. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) Clubs: Math. Objective: Harvard Law School CHARLES F. SEAVERNS Life IS so short. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: College DAVID SEGAL " Zizler " Radiantly he smiles upon all mankind. Hobby : Radio Ambition: Electrical Engineer Objective : M. 1. T. STEPHEN SEMCHENKO " Vicky " He ' s always in the act of delivery. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Aeronautical Engi- neer Objective: Lowell Institute JOHN J. SEMPER ' Johnny " Friend of the People. Hobby: Music Ambition: Financier Honors: Student Council (2). Room Councilor (2). Libra- ry Corps (3, 4), Vice Presi- dent Library Corps (4) Clubs: Orchestra, Glee Objective: Northeastern ARTHUR J. SENNETT " Art " He who hesitates is lost. Captain Clubs: Stamp ( i , 2 ) , Events (4) Objective: Northeastern Current SABATINO A. SFERRAZZA " Sabie " Blessed be he who invented sleep. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Northeastern U u o (J Z y y ±. h (60) ± U I h h Z U U h y z JOSEPH N. SGARANO " Chrisy " A gentleman throughout . Hobby: Baseball Second Lieutenant Honors: Room Councilor (4) Objective: New England Con- servatory of Music FREDERICK M. SHANNON " Irish " Better late than never. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviator Staff Captain Objective: American Airlines GEORGE J. SHEA " Gcorgic " Little man, what now! ' Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Lawyer Captain Objective: Boston College WILLIAM B. SHEA " Bill " The elements mixed gently in his nature. Hobby: Puppetry Ambition: Teacher Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2) Objective: St. Anne ' s College MILTON L. SHIMBERG " Micky " Still waters run deep. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Chemist Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Tufts MELVIN SHMUCKLER " Mel " Terrific and then some. Hobby: Sports Music Ambition: Pharmacist Captain Clubs: Orchestra Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: To own a string of drug stores MELVIN A. SHORE r % " Mel " A face that never loses its smile. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Reporter Honors: Lawrence Prize H2. (2), Lawrence Prize Q4. Honor Roll ( 3 ) . i A Objective: Reporting MORRIS H. SHULMAN " Shadow " Are you telling . ' Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Engineering Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: M. I. T. EUGENE A. SHUTE " The Jeep " Labor Omnia Vincit. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Army Officer Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( 3 ) , Honor Roll ( 3 ) Clubs: Math. Teams : Track (4 ) Objective: Military Academy ALFRED SICILIANO " Freddie " A penny for your thoughts. Hobby: Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Objective: Boston University ALBERT SIDMAN " Arby " You ' re with me. I know that. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Business Second Lieutenant Objective: College FRANK SIDOTI " Siggy " Each mind has its own methods. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Fighter Objective: Champion (61 ) incite. ' HUGH P. SIMMS ■Phir ' Master of the ether ivaves. Hobby: Radio Ambition : Objective ; Radio M. I. T. BENJAMIN SINGER " Smiley " A good mixer. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Become a Colonel Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University DAVID SINGER " Skippy " Don ' t tell me. Lemme guess. Hobby: Puzzles Ambition: C. P. A. Staff Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University FRANK SIRACUSA NoLU the work goes bravely on. Hobby: Singing Ambition: Business Objective: Boston University PETER SISTIS " Pete " Beliveen the devil and the deep blue sea. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Chemist Clubs: Stamp Objective: Chemist STEPHEN A. SISTIS " Dare-Devil " And still the wonder grew. Hobby: Dancing — Sports Ambition : Business Teams: Track Objective: Business College EUGENE V. SKONIECZNY " Gene " Bie Mir Bist Do Shoen Hobby: Music Ambition: Orchestra Leader Objective: Alabama University JOSEPH G. SLATTERY " Joe " All the world ' s a stage. Ambition: Journalist Clubs: Current Events JACOB S. SLOBODKIN " Jack " None but the brave deserve the fair. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Sports Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Chemistry. Current Events (2) Objective: Tufts RALPH B. SMITH " Beano " Labor Omnia X ' mcit. Hobby: Reading Ambition: History Tutor Teams: Track Objective: Northeastern WILLIAM I-. SMITH " Smitty " Never say die. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Lawyer Second Lieutenant Clubs: Camera, Chemistry Objective: Northeastern Law WILLIAM J. SOLDANI " Willie Green " Size arrives on wings of time. Hobby: Music Ambition: Actor Objective: Hollywood Q U g g u u mi g g ± g g g z u u h (62) y I h h h Z U y h y z y y ISRAEL H. SONES " Izz " ' i ' .s ) ■ lusl thing I do. Hobby; Physical Culture Ambition : Buyer Honors: Honor Roll (1.2) Objective: Boston University HARDING C. SORTEVIK " Flash " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Movies Ambition : To travel Objective: Boston University RONALD C. SPEIRS ' Jock " He means well. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To be successful Captain Clubs: Current Events Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Business College AMERICO L. J. STABILE " Babe " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby: Horseback Riding Ambition: Swing Band Clubs: Stamp Teams: Track (2, 3, 4) PATRICK J. STACK " Pat " His pen, his rapier. — both are feared on earth. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Man Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (3) Objective: Boston University WALTER F. STAHL " Walla " Better late than never. Hobby: Puppetry Ambition: Happy life ' s work Objective: College HENRY STEADMAN Life ' s too short to Worry. Hobby: Collecting Novelties Ambition : Radio Military Captain Honors: Honor Roll FREDERICK J. STOKINGER Who ' s afraid of the big bad man ' Hobby: Photography Ambition : Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2). Honor Roll (2). Room Councilor (3) Clubs: Math Objective: Bates HAROLD STONE " Stoney " Modest as the day is long. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Executive Objective: Holy Cross THEODORE J. SUCHECKI " Ted " A most fertile and potential seed. Hobby: Football Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern MAURICE SULKIN Let us have peace. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Aeronautical Engi- neer Cadet Lieutenant Clubs: Aviation, Current Events Objective: Curtiss- Wright In- stitute ARTHUR SULLIVAN " Red " Nothing IS impossible. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honors: Spelling Bee Medal Objective: Slippery Rock (63) JOHN L. SULLIVAN ■Red ' Resolve, and thou art free. Hobby; Stamps, Skating. Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. First Lieutenant Objective: Bentley School of Accounting MAURICE A. L. SULLIVAN ■Buddy " Great oaks from Utile acorns grow. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Coach Cadet Lieutenant Teams: Football (3.4). Base- ball (2, 3, 4) Objective: Notre Dame FREDERICK J. " Fred ' SWEENEY L There is no rose without a thorn. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Brother Cadet Lieutenant Clubs; Rifle Objective; Brotherhood JOHN L. SWEENEY " Jack " Take me out to the ball game. Hobby; Baseball Ambition; Electrician Objective: Boston College EVERETT A. SWEET " Wheatie " A most fastidious person you appear Hobby: Tennis Ambition; C. P. A. First Lieutenant Honors: Alumni Committee Objective: Bentley School of Accounting FRANKLIN P. TAYLOR. Jr. " Frank " Honor and achievement above all. Hobby: Aviation Ambition ; Salesman Second Lieutenant Clubs; Chemistry Objective: Business Adminis- tration HAROLD G. TAYLOR " Harry " " Zeke " The summit is not too high. Hobby: Model-building Ambition; Teacher Cadet Captain Honors; Lawrence Prize F. and D. (1.2). Honor Roll (1.2. 3). loA . Room Captain (2). Room Councilor (4). Student Councilor (4). P3 Lab. Assistant (5. 4). Honor Guard (3. 4) Alumni Com- mittee, Year Book Commit- tee Clubs: Math (President) Objective: College JOSEPH R. TEIXEIRA " Tex " I d rather call you Baby. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To study law First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll {2) Teams; Track (2. 3, 4 ) , Football (3.4) Objective: Northeastern BERNARD M. TILTON " Tilly " Words mean nothing. Hobby; Sports Ambition: Salesman Objective; Business RICHARD J. TOBIN " Dinty " He is a master of all sports. Hobby; Swimming Ambition ; College Teams; Football. Baseball JOHN FRANCIS TOLAND . Let us eat. drink, and be merry. Hobby: Military Ambition ; Congressman Objective: Georgetown Uni- versity EDWARD J. TRAINOR " Duke " Fleet of foot. Hobby: Sailboat Racing Ambition; To be a success Clubs: Rifle (3) Teams; Track (2). Football (3) Objective: St. Johns Prep Minnesota University g y z y y (64) U I h h Z y y h y z y y THOMAS N. TRAINOR •Buddy " Live to learn. f lobby: Sports Ambition: To make a mil lion Teams: Football (3), Base- ball (3) Objective: Notre Dame JOHN G. TRIFERO " Triffy " Haste makes ivaste. Hobby: Sail-boating Ambition: B. U. Clubs: Chemistry Objective: C. P. A. MICHELANGELO TROISI " Mike " Now. where am 1? Hobby: Radio Ambition ; Bookkeeper Teams: Football (2. 4). Base- bail (2.3) Objective: Northeastern ROBERT TROY " Bob " Appreciate the joys of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honors: Honor Roll (i). lA Clubs: Aviation. Stamp Teams: Track. Baseball Objective: Notre Dame ABRAHAM TRUGMAN " Bimbo " A man is what he eats. Hobby : Music Ambition : Business Objective; College JOHN S. TURNER " Jack " Honor is the reward of virtue. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Bio-Chemist Team: Football (4) Objective: Brown University DOMINIC UVA " D " Silence is truly golden. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Linotypist Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) Teams: Track (3), Football Objective; Linotype School PHILIP VACCARO Save me virtue ' s reward. Hobby: Stamps. Radio Ambition: Electrical Second Lieutenant Objective : M. I. T. Engr. ALBERT F. VARNER, Jr. " F. A. " Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Chemical Eng. Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (2. 3), Room Councilor (2. 3) Objective: N. E. JOHN B. VELENAGE " Jay V. " Be courteous to men and women. Flobby: Hunting Ambition: Chemist Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Guard (3) Clubs; Rifle (2.3.4). Fenc- ing (2). Debating (2) Objective; Tufts WARREN J. VENABLE " Jack " Mingle your cares with pleasure. Hobbv; Stamps — Machines Ambition: Chemist Honors; Chemistrv Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy ANGELO A. VENTOLA " Muni " Such stuff the world is made of. Hobby; Typing Ambition : Business Man Second Lieutenant Objective; College (65) MATHEW A. VIKRE •■Vic " A man of his word. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Good Job First Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Objective: College SAVING A. VISCONTE " Tony " What you are going to be; you are noiv becoming. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Man Objective: College EDWARD A. WALKER " Ted " Ich Dien. Hobby: Racing pigeons. Ambition: Doctor Honors: Room Councilor (3) Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Boston University and Harvard Medical ROBERT T. WALLEY " Bob " You can ' t judge a book by its cover. Hobby: Dra vising Ambition: Priest Cidet Captain Objective: Boston College JAMES P. WALSH " Gov " love the life I Hue. Ambition: Lawyer Hobby: Swimming Teams: Track Objective: H. I.. S. JAMES HUGH WARD " Dutchy " Thou an noLV a man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Teams: Track Objective: Boston University TALBOT C. WARD " Mr. Deeds " As proper man as ever trod. Hobby: Music Ambition: Radio Orchestra Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: Radio ROBERT WASSERMAN " Bob " Exceedingly well read. Hobby: Music Ambition: Opera prima donna Cadet Captain Honors: Athletic Captain (3), N. Y. A. Student Supervisor (3) . N. Y. A. Chief Student Supervisor (4) Clubs: Orchestra (2.3.4), Glee (2) Teams : Track (3.4) Objective: Amherst College WESLEY A. WATLING " Wes " Smart and athletic. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: To be President Staff Lieutenant Clubs : Band ( i . 2, 3 ) . Bugle Corps (4) Teams : Track ( 2 , 3 . 4 ) Objective: West Point DONALD F. WEAFER " Don " A man whose ambition will never be realized. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business First Lieutenant Honors: Individual Prize (;). Picture Committee Objective: Boston College LOUIS WEINBERG " Weinic " Think With your head. Hobby: Airplane models. Camping Ambition: Chemi:al Engr. Honors: Honor Roll (2I, 2A Clubs: Chemistry. Current Events Objective: Northeastern ALBERT WEINSTEIN ' " Weiney ' The world is a comedy to those that think. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Pharmacist or Re- search Chemist Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). I A Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy a y mi Q ± T y y (66) U I h h Z y y h y z y y ARTHUR D. WEISMAN " Arby " A man of his word. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Radio Operator Second Lieutenant Honors: Home Room Spelling Champion Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Lowell Institute of Technology HERMAN S. WERNER ■Duke ' Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby: Collecting silverware Ambition: Business Man Honors: Room Treasurer (i, 2). Room Captain (1.2) Objective: Boston University RAYMOND F. WHITE •Ray " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby: Tennis Ambition : Business Man Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Holy Cross RICHARD WHITE " Dick " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby: Athletics Ambition : Captain of Ship First Lieutenant Honors: Room Athletic Cap- tain (4) Clubs: Current Events (4) Teams: Football (2) Objective: Nautical Training School CLARENCE T. WHITLEY " Swede " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Aviation Cadet Captain Honors: Room Councilor (i. 2. 4 ). Student Councilor (i. 2. 4) Clubs: Current Events, Avi- ation Teams: Football. Track. Base- ball Objective: West Point SAMUEL A. WIGON Clothes make the man. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Civil Engineer Clubs: Chemistry Objective: M. I. T. MICHAEL P. WILK " McWilk " As proper man as ever trod. Hobby: Camping Ambition : Forest Ranger First Lieutenant Objective: Massachusetts State College GEORGE A. WILLHAUCK love the life I live. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: " A life of Ease " Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Room Councilor (4) Clubs: Glee (3.4). Aviation ( I ) . Rifle (3.4) Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Success in the busi- ness world HARRY J. WILLIAMS " Doc " Virtue is its own reward. Hobby: Drawing Maps Ambition: Graduation Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll Teams: Track Objective: Hard Work ERNEST B. WILSHIRE " Willy " Deeds not words. Hobby: Outdoor Sports Ambition: Conservation Officer Honors: Secretary of Room. Secretary of Chemistry Club Clubs: Glee. Chemistry Objective: University of New Hampshire ABRAHAM WINOGRAD " Win " You don ' t have to be a star to shine. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Coast Guard Officer Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (3), I A Teams: Track. Football. Base- ball Objective: U. S. Coast Guard Academy ALEXANDER J. WITUNSKY " Wilty " Who knows what the morrow will bring. ' ' Hobby: Sailboats Ambition: C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Clubs: Stamp Objectives: Boston University (67) JOSEPH WOLF " Joe " He has hts vu ' ay. Hobby: World Affairs Ambition : Chemist Objective; Writer DAVID WOLL " Lithe Caesar " As happy as the day is long. Hobby: Counting Money Ambition: Business Manager Honors: Switchboard (1.2. 3 ) , " Record " Staff (1.2. 3). " Record " Staff Business Manager (3.4) Clubs: Glee Objective: Boston University CHATSON WONG The man of the hour. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Interior Decorator Objective: Interior Decorating School GEORGE J. F. WOODSOME " Woody " A man it ' ith great aspirations. Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (1,2). 4A Clubs: Fencing Objective: Hemphill Diesel School GEORGE M WYSHAK " Whity " Wis smile! Oh boy! Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Guard ( :( . 4 ) Objective: C. P. A. Official YET LIN YEE " Eddie " Play hard: fight hard. Hobby: Tennis, drawing Ambition: Aeronautical Engr. Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (1.2) Clubs: Math. Aviation Objective: M. I. T. HYMAN YELLIN " Hy " The dynamo gams power with movement . Hobby: Mechanics Ambition: Aeronautical Engr. Clubs: Camera. Aviation Objective: M. I. T. JOSEPH A. ZANGHI " Flim " Silence is truly golden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: M. A. Degree Second Lieutenant Teams: Track Objective: Boston University PAUL ZERENDOW " Pauly " After the battle, the reward. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Accountant Objective: Boston University WALTER P. ZERNAUSKAS " Voila " Life ' s too short to worry. Hobby: Music Ambition: C. P. A. Clubs: Chess Objective: Boston University ANTHONY M. ZEVOLO " Tony " None but himself can be his equal. Hobby: Spofts Ambition: Accountant Honors: Honor Roll (2). Library Corps Objective: Business Man JAMES A. ZEVOLO Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Collecting Stamps Ambition : Stenographer Honors: Honor Roll ( i . 2. 3 ) . 3A . Library Corps Objective: Bentley School of Accounting H T n £ P s 3 5 5 P !0 P O © © (68j THEODORE ZINKO " Teddy " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Taxidermy Ambition: Medical Doctor Objective: Tufts AARON ZISKIN " Huck " Charm strikes the sight, merit wins the soul. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Man First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: College SIMON ZOLL Himself a host. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Baseball Player BARTON J. STONE " Bart " Live and learn. Hobby: Gardening Ambition: College Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Track Objective: Connecticut State College VICTOR A. AJA Hobby: Coin Collecting Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Bentley School of Accounting CARL A. ALESSI " Chick " Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Politician GEORGE F. GANNON " Scotty " It ' s good to be merry. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Doctor Objective: Tufts PAUL M. HALLORAN " Matty " Why, he ' s a man of steel. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Honors: Athletic Captain Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football. Baseball Objective: Boston Univeristy FRANCIS X, ORFANELLO " Skeets " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Teams: Track (2.3,4) Objective: Duke University FRANCIS V. REALE " Franny " Just give me room. Hobby: Football Ambition: Banker Teams: Football (3.4) Objective: Boston College RICHARD A. " Dick ' ALLEN Keep going ' till you reach the top. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Hotel Owner ALLAN E, AMES " Commodore " Carpe diem. ..Yeah! Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Mass. School of Op- tometry SALVATORE N. AMOROSO " Sully " Life is short, live it long and well. Hobby: Boats Ambition: Army Pilot (69; ARNOLD E. ATCH ICOFF " Archie " Music is the spice of life. Hobby: Music Ambition : Musician Cadet Captain Orchestra (3. 4) JAMES E. ATTAYA " Ace " No legacy is so rich as modesty. Hobby; Sleeping Ambition: To paddle battleship across the Charles River Team: Track JOHN J. BALLANTINE " Johnny " What a plague it is to he too handsome. Cadet Captain Teams: Track (3. 4) Objective: Boston College JOHN F. BARRY " Long John " came, I saw. so what: ' Hobby: Sports Ambition: Treasurer of United States WILLIAM C. BENEDICT, Jr. " Benny " Yes. I said ten feet. Hobby: Athletics Ambition; Accountant Holder of Class " C " High Jump Record Clubs ; Airplane ( i ) Teams : Track ( 3 . 4) Objective: Boston University FREDERICK M. BIGGINS He does what he ought who does what he can. Ambition: Business Honors: Lawrence Prize P2. Honor Roll ( i. 2, 3) 3A GEORGE E. BRENNAN " Doc " Hobby: Blondes Ambition: Doctor Honors: Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Baseball (2). Track (3). Objective: Boston University Medical ROBERT V. CANNATA " Lank " You can ' t judge a book by its cover. Hobbv: Photography Ambition: Work Clubs: Aviation, Camera Teams: Track (2. 3, 4) Objective: Photographer KENNETH J. CARROLL " Kenny " Honest as the day is long. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Sailor Teams: Track (2) Objective: U. S. Navy PAUL E. CONLON " Spike " Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Navy Clubs: Camera. Aviation Teams: Track (2, 3), Base- ball (3) Objective: Annapolis EDWIN J. COSTELLO " Costy " Virtue is its own reward. Hobby: Changeable Ambition: Football Coach Honors: Athletic Captain (2) Teams: Football (2. 3. 4), Baseball (2. 3. 4). Track (2. 3) Objective: Prep School and College JAMES V. DALY " Jay Vcc " Be merry, if you are wise. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To Graduate SALVATORE A. DI BELLO " Beagle " Regular guy. Hobby: Woodcraft Ambition: State Police GERARD J. EDWARDS " Taxi " What ' s mine is mine. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Engineer Teams: Track (4) SEYMOUR F. EPSTEIN " Eppy " His smile! Oh boy. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Sports Writer Honors: Athletic Captain (2) Teams: Baseball (2, 3. 4) Objective: Alabama WALTER E. FAHEY " Wallar " Men may come and men may come. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Business Clubs: Glee (4) JOSEPH F. FARRELL " Irish " The man of the hour. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Cadet Lieutenant COLIN G. FISHER Fate is with those who persevere. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Musician Objective: M. I. T. SUMNER H. FREEDMAN Silence is golden. Hobby: Music Ambition: Business Man Honors: Honor Roll ( i ) , lA Objective: M. I. T. (70) LOUIS FRISSORA " Geno " Cool and calm. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Work MURRAY J. GALWAY Joy lights the candle in my heart. Hobby: Stamps Ambition ; Gov. Printer Objective: Government Print- ing School GERARD F. GAUGHRAN " Ace " O girls, this is so sudden. Hobby: Wrestling Ambition : Senator Objective: College JOHN P. GILLIS " Red " Look before you leap. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Chemist Objective: Boston College JOHN J. GLAVIN " Gram " If Winter comes. Cad Sprig be far behidef Hobby: Sleep Ambition : Business Objective: Business HARRY GLAZER It ' s good to be merry and wise. Hobby: Reading Ambition: To graduate First Lieutenant Objective: Work JAMES F. GREEN " J. F. " J a efer see a dream walking. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Boston University ARTHUR W. HARTLEY " Happy " Life is too sweet to worry. Hobby: Skating Ambition : Business Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. (3). Spelling Bee. Room Councilor 2 years Teams : Track ( 1 ) Objective: Businessman CHARLES J. HAYES " Charlie " Clothes make the man. Hobby: Music Ambition : Pianist LAWRENCE J. HENNESSY " Larry " Oh . ' Had I the wings of a dove. Hobby: Woodworking Ambition: Teacher Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: Boston College VINCENT G. HICKEY ■■Vin " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Politician Honors: President of Junior Class. Room Captain Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football (3,4), Track (3,4), Baseball 3). Objective: Duke University DOUGLAS W. HUGHES A lover of the great outdoors. Ambition: Stationary Engineer Objective: Hawley ' s Engineer- ing School EDWARD W. JACEWICZ Good natured and friendly. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To be a success Second Lieutenant WILLIAM P. JACOBS " Bill " You ' re a sweetheart. Hobby: Music Ambition : Orchestra Leader Captain Objective: Alabama JOSEPH M. JOYCE " Jugger " Learn to live and live to learn. Hobby: Music Ambition: Doctor Lieutenant Clubs: Camera Objective: Boston College HYMAN A. KAIZERMAN " Hy " Tiny wheels turn mighty cogs. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: Doctor Objective: Mass. College of Osteopathy VICTOR KAMINSKI " Vic " He ' s truly true blue. Hobby: Aircraft Ambition : Pilot Honors: Honor Roll (1,2) WILLIAM KASLER " Curly " Confidence in yourself is half the battle. Hobby: Crooning Ambition : Doctor Clubs: Aviation Teams: Baseball, Track Objective: University of North Dakota THOMAS KELLEY " Skipwrcck " What should a man do but be merry ? Hobby: Sports Ambition : Be President of Vassar at 23 Objective: Southern California JOHN KELLY " Jack " Hobby: Studying Ambition: To Graduate Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Track Objective : College WALTER J. KELLS " Bud " Live and let live. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: Business Objective: Temple University JOHN M. KOOYOUMJIAN " Koogy " Save me virtue ' s reward. Hobby: Road Racing Ambition : Aeronautical Engr. Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern ANTHONY J. KUNSEVICH " Tone " Wherever the fates lead us. Hobby: Philately Ambition: Philatelist PASQUALE J. LO PILATO " Danno " The man of the hour. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Bookkeeper Clubs: Glee Teams: Track (Assistant Manager) Objective: Northeastern JOHN J. LYNCH " Mike " To save time is to lengthen life. Hobby: Reading Teams: Baseball (3,4) Objective: Boston College THOMAS McDERMOTT " Flash " He who laughs last, laughs best. Ambition : Naval Officer Teams: Track (3. 4) Objective: Annapolis JOHN E. McGOWAN " Jack " Keep Smiling Hobby: Sports Ambition: Opera Tutor Clubs: Glee Objective: Boston University ANTHONY MATARAZZO " Leggie ' Courage before all. Hobby: Junior Dramatics Ambition: Office Secretary Objective: Northeastern FRANCIS H. MAYERS " Sonny " Always ready and willing. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll ( i. 2). 3A , Lawrence Prize Ei, Lawence Prize F. and D. (2), Home Room Spelling Bee Winner (2, 3 ) Objective: College JAMES MORAN " Bucky " A man ' s thoughts are his own. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Lawyer Objective: College WENDELL MOULTON " Dodo " Life IS just a bowl of cherries. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Business Objective: Business Executive WARRAN F. MULHERN " Mul " Deeds not words. Hobby: Coins Ambition; U. S. C. G. Acad- emy Clubs: Stamp, Current Events, Aviation Teams: Track ROBERT P. MURRAY " Murphy " We reap as we have sown. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Business JOSEPH E. NAPOLITANO Beware of the silent one. Hobby: Football Ambition: To be successful Objective: College BERNARD A. O ' DONNELL " Bernie " Every man is the son of his works. Hobby: Aviator Ambition: Business Executive Cadet Lieutenant Objective: Boston University FRANCIS H. O ' DONNELL " Butch " Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Engineer Objective: Northeastern STEPHEN J. O ' MALLEY Am I in another world Hobby: Reading Ambition: Business Objective: Boston University ALBERT J. ONESSIMO " Jake " Hobby: Digging Ditches Ambition: W. P. A. Worker Teams: Football (2) Objective: Hard Knocks LAWRENCE K. PALDER " Larry " A most fastidious person you appear. Hobby: Politics Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Room Councilor (3) Clubs: Current Events Objective: Boston University JOHN W. PARKER, Jr. " Will " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Dramatics Ambition : Artist Objective : Federal School of Illustration — Minn. JOHN J. PASSANESE " Johnny " We like what we know of him. Hobby: Animals Ambition: Custom ' s Inspector Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize J2. Honor Roll ( 2 ) , Night School ANTHONY C. PENELLA " Babe " The king of good fellows. Hobby: Acting Ambition : Actor Honors: Secretary of " Record " Staff Objective: Notre Dame (71) HENRY W. PETERS " Pete " Good to the last drop. Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition : Initial Business Clubs: Stamp Objective; Business School DANIEL J. PETRUSAWICH " Dutchy " Ambition has not rest. Hobby: Collecting Pen and Ink Sketches Ambition: Interior Decorator Objective: School of Interior Decorating ALBERT J. PIERCE ■■Al " It pays to advertise. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Stenographer Objective: Business School JOSEPH J. POCIUS " Porky " A regular felloio. Hobby: Athlete Ambition: Executive Objective: Business School RAFAEL F. PORRAS " Ray " Labor is tiring. Hobby: Music Ambition: Concert Artist and Teacher Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Orchestra (2, 3,4) Objective: Music School JOHN J. POWERS " Johnnie " Zealous but modest. Hobby: Football Ambition: Engineer Objective : M. I. T. FRANK A. PUCILLO " Pooch " The quiet mind is rich. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Baseball Player Objective: National League JOHN P. OUINLAN " Quibb " like ujork. play and study. Hobby: Caddying Ambition: Priest Objective: St. John ' s Prep ROBERT J. REITANO " Bob " Hobby: Cars Ambition: Track Star OTTONE M, RICCIO " Otto " ivon a noble fame. Hobby: Music Ambition: Ncvi ' s Reporter Cadet Captain Honors : 2 A Objective: Journalism School FRED J. RODEI. Market value is attained through sales. Hobby : Music Ambition: Orchestra Leader Cadet Lieutenant Teams: Track (4) Objective: Northeastern IRWIN M. SHAIKEN " Shaky " Don ' t put off ' till tomorrow what you can do today. Hobby: Basketball — Dancing Ambition: Oculist-Optometrist Objective: Mass. School of Optometry ROBERT SHEEHAN " Stuffy " Hobby: Football Honors: Room Captain Teams: Track (1,2,, 3) JACOB B. SIEGEL " Slim " ( IS well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby: Camping Ambition: Chemical Honors: Room Captain (i, Clubs: Chemistry Objective: M. I. T. SATERIUS G. SOUKARAS Clothes make the man. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Lawyer Objective: N. E. Law PHILIP SPEIGEL " Phil " Snake charmer as is a snake charmer. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition : Stenographer Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2), " Record " Staff (3.4). Individual Prize (2) WILLIAM P. SPIGENER " Spige " He is truly true blue. Hobby: Aeroplanes Ambition: Aero Engineer Objective: Wentworth In- stitute JOSEPH H. STEPHENSON " Buddy " Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2) Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: College ROBERT M. SULLIVAN " Bob " Hobby: Putting the " Straw " in strawberries Ambition: Leading man in Hollywood Clubs: Chemistry Objective: College ANTHONY J. TEIXEIRA Hobby : Sports and Women Ambition: Aviator Cadet Captain Teams : Track (2.3) JOSEPH A. TODISCO " Fudge " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Astronomy Honors: Honor Roll (3) TOUFIC THOMAS " Rod " Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banking Teams: Track (1,2) ROBERT P. TRABUCCO " Bob " Friend of English High. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemist First Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (4) Objective: Chemical Engineer M. TUCKER " Tuck " Hobby: Driving Ambition: Mailman Teams: Football, Track Objective: Civil Service School HARRY H. TURNER " Ray " Life is short, live it long and well. Hobby: Rifles Ambition: Salesman Objective: Successful Salesman GEORGE S. VALENTI " Rip " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Chemist Teams: Track (3). Baseball (3). Football (4) Objective: Boston College RICHARD VALLON " Ricky " President. I would rather be right than President. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Teacher Teams: Track (4) Objective: Boston College JOHN J. VITALE " J. J. " Wise to resolve and patient to perform. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Business man Objective: College JAMES WELCH A genial fellow at all times. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Music Objective: Mass. Obs. of Music EDWIN A. WILKINS " Win " Self made or never made. Hobby: Ships Ambition : Officer in Merchant Marine Honors: Honor Roll Objective: Commodore ALPHONSE YENULEVICH You stand in your own light. Hobby: Drawing Ambition Farmer Teams: Track Objective: Alabama University DEMETRIUS E. ZOES He has an eye for beauty. Hobby: Music Ambition : Lawyer Clubs: Current Events. Debat- ing Honors: Honor Roll (i) Objective: Boston University (72) CLASS HIST€Cy Remember — Our first glimpse of English High School when we came, a little hesi- tantly, ' tis true, to gaze in awe at the forbidding brick building on Warren and Montgomery Streets in September, 1934. ' ' The thing that impressed us most, perhaps, was the vastness of the building — it seemed to extend endlessly in all directions — and the superior attitude of the grinning uppcrclassmen who smiled at our open-mouthed, wide-eyed amazement. Our Home Room teachers gave to each of us so-called " program " cards on which were printed strange, cryptic symbols which, we were told, represented teachers, subjects, and rooms. We had no sooner solved these puzzles when we were once again cast into a state of confusion by our adviser as he did his frantic best to explain the system by which we should decide whether we ate first or second lunch. However, with the gracious aid of teachers and upperclassmen, we soon had our difficulties straightened out, and were settled down to the daily grind. Per- haps the most important acquisition of our freshman year was the subtle, elusive quality which can only be defined as E. H. S. spirit. The year flew by swiftly and during its course we made many friends whom we hated to leave in June, even for the beckoning allure of summer vacation. Summer vacation came and went quickly as summer vacations have a habit of doing, and once again we found ourselves back in the now familiar corridors of English High School. Our number was increased by hundreds due to the influx of new students from various inter- mediate schools. Many of our number took their first steps up Major Driscoll ' s military lad- der to fame, and were rewarded with corporalcies. Others made their first venture into the field of athletics and although many did not succeed in their endeavors to win places on the various teams, all made many new friends, and developed that E. H. S. spirit which had first been acquired in their freshman year. Our football team of that year was ranked by the ex- perts as one of the finest in the state, and steamrolled over all opposition, climaxing one of the most successful seasons in our football history by a brilliant, decisive victory over our arch-rival, Boston Latin School. The months flew by. Prize Drill and Street Parade arrived, deserving officers and companies were awarded prizes, and before we realized it summer va- cation had arrived again. Vacation over, we returned to school with an expectant feeling in our hearts, for were we not now upper-classmen? Those of us who had been made corporals in our sophomore year were promoted to the rank of sergeant, and many of us were honored with a place in the Honor Guard. Many of our number were successful in the field of athletics and gained positions on Coach Ohrenberger ' s different teams. That same year our luxurious new cafe- teria, the credit for the construction of which must go to Mr. Downey, was completed, and we now have music — soft music, and hot-music — with our meals. Our Track Team succeeded in carrying off the State Title from a favorite Newton squad, but, due to some tough breaks, lost the Regimental crown to Mechanics for the first time in almost two decades. Neverthe- less, some balm for our hurts was furnished by our great Outdoor Track Team, which suc- cessfully defended the outdoor Regimental title against the determined onslaught of the Arti- sans and other Boston school teams. We had our first taste of applied politics and elected for our Junior Class officers: Vincent Hickcy, Ered Linn, George Brennan, Richard Burns, and Albert Varner. As did the two preceding years, this one moved quickly, and that period of rest and relaxation, summer vacation, was soon upon us. September, 1937, found our secret ambitions finally realized — seniors at last. The qualities of leadership which had been developed slowly but surely during the first three years in school finally manifested themselves, and a great number of us were elevated to the rank of (73) Captain, and placed in command of a company. The first issue of the school paper, the " Record " , was greeted enthusiastically — in fact it had been on sale for but one hour when every copy was sold. Time passed: once again the politicians made their appearance in our midst, and after several weeks of campaigning the following boys were honored with class of- fices: Fred Linn, George Powers, Frank McNulty, Fred Crowley, and Gerard Powers. Coach Ohrenberger ' s powerful Blue and Blue track team gained sweet revenge over Mechanics by regaining the Regimental crown in runaway fashion. The long-awaited day of the Double- Blue Prom finally arived and a good time was had by all at the fashionable Hotel Vendome, Jason Tobias furnishing the music. Wc look forward to a highly successful season for our baseball team under the able leadership of Captain Tom Maloney, and if the available ma- terial shapes up half as well on the diamond as it does on paper, our hopes will be realized. But now the time has come when we must leave the beloved corridors of our English High School. We all sincerely hope that English High School is better in some way because of our presence there; and if this be so, our four years were not wasted. Some of us will go forth into the world of business, some will continue their education in institutions of higher learning, but in the minds and hearts of every true English High man will be engraved the same motto: " Be Clean, Be Courteous, Be Square. " CLASS CCMA4ITTCES Fourth Row — Ogar. Burns, Lawton. Cuddy. Sweet. Naylor. Third Row — Weafer. Curry. Taylor. Varner. McSweeney. Second Row — Parkman. Griffin. D ' Ambrosio. Kells. Morss. Firsi Row — Jacobs. Powers, Linn, Mr. Downey, McNulty. Lubin. Woodsome Witunsky. Brown Regan. Newpol Crowley. Donovan SENICI CLASS GirX It has been said that good books are man ' s best friends. For this reason, the Class of 1938 has finally decided, after much deliberation, that their final token of appreciation to this school, wherein they have spent four happy years, shall be a set of worthwhile books. Under the competent guidance of Miss Colton, the school librarian, many of the books to be in- cluded in their selection have already been chosen. The works of both the old masters and the better contemporary authors in poetry and prose will be well represented. These books are to be available to all. They should prove to be a tremendous help to both teachers and boys in years to come. Many enjoyable novels, scientific volumes, and short stories will be selected. The Class of 1938 should indeed be congratulated upon their sage choice, for their contribution will benefit future generations of English High School boys. Included in the selection of books for our library are the following: Atkinson. Famous American athletes Lawrence. If I have four apples Banning. West Point today Lewis. China quest Barbour. Good manners for boys Loso. The stamp collector ' s round Bell. Ice patrol table Byrd. Discovery Meader. Trap-lines north v ervanteo. L on V( uixoLe Morell. Poisons, potions, and profits Collins. Working with tools for fun NordhofF. The hurricane and profit Northrup. Zero to eighty Coward. Cavalcade Roberts. Northwest passage Crampton. Boys ' book of strength Robinson. Collected poems David. Our coast guard Sanderson. Animal treasure Davis. No other white men Scott. Standard catalog of U. S. Dunlap. Marconi, the man and his coins and currency wireless Smith. The spy mystery Earhart. Last flight Smith. Swimming is fun Eaton. Behind the show window Stackpole. Privateer ahoy Ellsberg. Hell on ice Walton. Complete angler Fernald. Smoke blows west Wharton. Ethan Frome Fish. Invitation to travel Wiliamson. Twenty years under the sea Harvey. Companion to English Witcombe. All about mining literature Wyss. Swiss family Robinson Heyliger. Mill in the woods Yates. These amazing electrons Housman. Victoria Regina My vocation by eminent Kay. Liberty or death Americans Kipling. Something of myself Columbia encyclopedia (75) ATHLETICS AT ENSLISli HIGH Rushing from the building on the first Tuesday in October we paused to bless the football season for getting us out of that last period and then dived for a car. Minutes later at National League Park we pushed into a seat and awaited results. English was bat- tling a stubbornly resistant Dorchester " iron man " team. In the second period Joe Galvin ' s toe sought a field goal from the 14 yard marker and made possible the only score of the game. English 3 : Dorchester o. On Columbus Day, the lads and lassies were treated to the classiest pigskin dual of the school calendar as English deadlocked with a powerful Trade eleven. Trade capitalized on the first play, but English fight spirit brought Cuddy across soon after. Although Scavongelli was barely stopped in the second period there was no stopping Big Ed Costello as he tore up 38 yards to score in the fourth. Trade rallied in a passing attack to tic the epic. English 12: Trade 12. Before a capacity crowd, a fast scoring Blue power-plant blasted down the B. C. High defense as Vin Hickey tallied on Bianchi ' s kickoff. The same period saw little Joe O ' Brien knock down a punt which Halloran scooped up for a 38 yard ride. Cuddy got his chance in the third period and Vin Hickey followed soon after with another count. Jim Walsh climaxed the running events by capering 53 yards across the ribbons with an intercepted pass. The Eaglets made no score until our whole first team had been replaced. English 25: B. C. High 14. The Groton game was a dismal spectacle of rain plus misery when the McClelland boys put the jinx on the English stalwarts to the tune of Groton 34: English o. — Still, it ' s fun to go up there. Back at the Beehive the Englishmen spent a period searching out the Campbell line and then hit the weak spot. Forced steadily back by the mighty Ohrenberger forward wall. Memorial wilted on the 2 yard line and Cuddy stepped over for the count. The final chapter saw Cuddy and Costello plough through to annex 12 more points. Galvin ' s reliable foot ac- counted for the converting points. English 20: Memorial o. At the next joust the Double Blue met and defeated the blue-helmeted Flemings through the efforts of Costello, who snagged the ball in the first act and bucked through again in the second. English 12: Commerce o. The upset of the season came when Coach Ohrenberger forgot his rubbers and the Artisans put it over on an injury-weakened English eleven. Mechanics Art 12: English o. The 50th annual Thanksgiving Day classic between the lads of Montgomery Street and Louis Pasteur Avenue ended in a scoreless tie after the two powerful teams had seesawed up and down the field for an hour. Taking time off from the peanuts and hot dawgs. we marked some fancy booting by Costello and also some clever ball toting by Reale and Cuddy, r€CTCALL (77) Fourth Row — Costello. Campbell. Reddy, Manning. Cheney. O ' Brien. Reale. Murray. Curley Third Row — Turner. O ' Neill. Hickey, Dart. Donovan. Leonard. Hegarty. Healy. Saxe Second Row — Brooks. Sullivan. Winograd. Maloney. Bianchi. Howard. Roberts. Halloran. Gallivan First Row — Loring, King, Laird. Coach Ohrenberger. Captain Cuddy, Mr. Downey, Scavongelli, Comer, Walsh TRACr TEA H In case you were in doubt, those were not Boy Scouts that you saw at the East Armory early in January but the mighty men of EngHsh tuning up for another merry year of track. The Class Meet, usually a good index as to Who ' s Who in the coming season, in- troduced Captain Johnny Ballantine, flashy Rupe Leonard, and a novice, Burt Oranburg, who looks like an all-timer. English took Trade and Dorchester, its first opponents, over the hurdles, displaying great style, — At the Mechanics - Memorial melee the Blue made clear her superiority over last year ' s victors with an accumulation of 167 points to Artisan ' s 122 1 2 and Memorial ' s 66 3 4. English made a clean sweep in Class D, but Class A ' s 600 and 300 proved most interesting to the thrill seekers. — Latin, our traditional rival proved to be just a workout to the Ohrenberger streaks at the annual meet. It would be embarrassing to our modesty to quote the number of points which the Blue and Blue piled up. — The Reggie Meet saw the English juggernaut roll over all opposition to dominate both the run- ning and field events. The happy afternoon of the Blue reunion with the Reggie trophy brought forth all the local talent and we now have several record holders in our midst. The season is closed and English is back in the top spot; — long may she reign! (78) Signs of Spring are all around us but the most convincing sign that that joyous season is here is the snappy Blue and Blue outfit in training at Billings Field. The boys are knocking them high, wide, and handsome and the sound waves are busy with the familiar crack of wood on leather and the resounding smack of gloves as over 200 eager applicants compete for positions. The brisk and invigorating air inspires quick action and wholehearted readiness which display to full advantage the makings of a team which is willing to accept the challenge of our last year ' s champions. A spirit of friendly rivalry prevails on the field as the lads work out, but time will soon narrow their ranks to the necessary squads. Last year ' s lettermen Costello, Halloran, Scavongelli, Healey, Epstein, and Captain Tom Maloney are bearing down to keep their posi- tions against the new talent, but because of the great job they did last year they have no fear of being replaced unless something drastic happens. This year ' s lineup is but slightly changed from the club that carried the city a year ago, and it is with a spiri t of confidence that the boys are out to repeat the story. A live outfit like this will warm the cockles of your heart and buoy up the hopes of the most confirmed pessimists. Coach Ohrenberger tell ' s us that this squad looks every bit as good as any that the school has yet produced, and don ' t forget that English is the School of Champions. We believe that the City Championship is " in the bag " . CAJ EEALL TEAM Third Row — Byron. Halloran. Dowling. Winograd. Chisholm Second Rolv — Coach Ohrenberger. Weafer, Epstein. Murray. McGary. Healy, Ruddy First Row — Doherty, Walsh. Cassell. Captain Maloney, O ' Malley. Scavongelli. Costello -t j:: u. G 3 15 K z " ' so . ' rr: O o 3 " o S o o . 2 .J § C to - ■ t I c 3 -, . 3 I. r D :i o C n a i 3 §5 E £ U - I -H « -5 o g J c h ' o c =i - ■ a T ■£ C " ?; ™ 0 t: £ E ou m Si 6« AMCNG THE CLUBS With Mr. R. M. Evans as faculty adviser and with Mr. Burke of the Music De- partment as instructor, the streamlined 1938 model of the Glee Club did noble work during the past school year. " Streamlined " refers to the innovation of voice and reading tests for prospective members: not only did this insure the very best material for the Glee Club, but it provided an alternative by giving those who did not possess an advanced knowledge of music an opportunity to join the Choral Practice Group for instruction in the primaries of choral work. More than fifty prospective opera stars meet in the Hall each Monday for re- hearsals. Various school affairs are blessed with selections by the Glee Club: a number of con- certs during the Thursday asemblies, with solos by the better singers, was one feature this year: the Club will give its annual performance when the seven hundred charge out into the world at Tremont Temple this coming June. THE BAND During the past year, under the capable and experienced guidance of Mr. Connell, the E. H. S. Band has met twice a week for practice during school hours. With free instruction given three times a week, many boys have taken advantage of this fine opportunity to express themselves musically with a congenial group. The Band plays at alternate assemblies, at Prize Drill, and leads the Cadet Parade in June. By holding the meetings during school hours in- stead of after school as formerly, the band has attained its deserved role as a standard course in our curriculum. The officers are: Captain William P. Jacobs, Lieutenants Eugene Batastinc and Ber- nard Panajia. THE DEEATING CLUB Room 210 saw a goodly number of would-be-debaters collect within its walls on Wednesday afternoons. Mr. Moloney of the History Department served as faculty adviser and helped the boys to develop their oratorical and reasoning powers by means of debating. Con- tests with the debating teams of other school in and around Boston have been held: the best speakers on the team usually do the actual talking, but the others lend invaluable aid in the research work so necessary to the successful presentation of a subject in debate. This marks the fourth year since the club was organized in the school — a year gener- ally conceded to be one of the most successful. CURRENT EVENTS CLUE To promote an intelligent discussion of contemporary topics of general interest is the avowed purpose of the Current Events Club which meets every Monday in Room 302. With Mr. Phelps as faculty adviser, the boys manage to keep well acquainted with world events. The customary procedure at each meeting was to have one or two boys give the main talk and then invite observations, additions, and corrections from the assembled audience. Since so many events of national and world-wide importance have occured during the past school year, there was never a dearth of subjects. Besides developing an ease in public speaking in the club members, besides imparting interesting information, besides providing an excellent means of meeting one ' s fellow students outside of the regular classes, the Current Events Club helps these voters of the future to think clearly, coherently, and truthfully about questions which may well affect the future of our nation and of the nations of the world. (81) XTUCCNT CCUNCIL Third Row — Rogers. H. Sullivan. Lydon. Fahey Second Row — Marcella. Burns. Taylor. Flynn, Proctor. Chandler. Bagley First Row — Abbruzzi. Newman. McCarthy, Mr. Frazier, Mr. Downey, Linn, Powers, Whitley STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, under Mr. Frazier ' s guidance, has performed its duties with its usual competency and finesse. By acting in co-operation with both faculty and students, the Council serves as an important aid in furthering the interests of the school in general. Although an intermediary body is not really necessary in our school in order to bring boys and teachers together, the Student Council acts as a guarantee that there shall always be a common meet- ing ground for teachers and students. There are sixteen members and a faculty adviser in the Council, four boys being elected from each class by the main body of the Room Councilors. The distribution and collection of Honor Buttons, periodical room inspections, and assistance at the Junior and Senior Class Elections are among the duties performed by the Council members. The Executive Committee of the Student Council is as follows: Frederick L. Linn, Pccsidenl : George W. Powers, Vice President; Miles J. McCarthy, Secretary. (82) THE CHE HISTCy CLUE Mr. Atwood acted as the guiding mentor of the Chemistry Club which this year en- joyed its usual success. The well attended meetings were held in the C4 Lecture Room every Tuesday. The majority of the meetings were given over to demonstrations, lectures, and in- formal talks on subjects of interest to boys who have a fundamental knowledge of chemistry. Quite a few excursions into the industrial world in and around Boston were made during the year. The chemical aspect of the work done at the Hunt-Spiller Manufacturing Company, where high-temperature gun-iron castings are made, and that involved in the manufacture of ink, paste, carbon paper, and typewriter ribbons at Carter ' s Ink Company have been studied by interested Chem Club boys. Other field trips are planned during the remainder of the school year. THE STAMP CEUC More than twenty-five boys attended the regular Tuesday meetings of the Stamp Club in Room 150 where the philatelists of the school convened for interesting discussions on stamps and related subjects. New issues of stamps were exhibited and talked over with re- gard to their history, value, etc. Those boys with stamps which they wished to exchange or sell were given an opportunity to do so at the periodical stamp auctions held in Room 150. First day covers have also been given attention during the year and an interesting exhibit of both cov ers and stamps was presented in the school library. The Executive Committee of the Stamp Club is as follows: A. Burrell, President: William Skane, Vice-President : Edward Fitzpatrick, Secretary-Treasurer. [ RIZE WINNING CmCERJ First Row — Lt. Col. Shmuckler. Lt. Col. Abclson. Col. Gillooly. Col. Wilk. Col. Cavanaugh. Col. Sennett, Lt. Col. Ridge. Lt. Col. Colantuoni Second Row — Maj. Burgoyne, Maj. Quartaroni. Maj. Lerner. Maj. Laible. Maj. Robinson. Maj. Pandolfo. Maj. Rizza Third Row — Maj. Robbins. Maj. Leonard. Maj. Williams. Maj. Rossi Fourth RoLV — Hamer, Rubin. Atchicoff. Schneider, Latkowitch. Purcell. Meikle. Buck. Savage Third Row — Williamson. Cataldo. Riccio. Shaw. Todesco. Varner. Chiuccariello, Wasscrman. Clegg. Greenwood. Laconca Second Row — Zabrosky. Marmorale. Bognore, Eannaconc. White. Shmuckler. Blair. Zacarian. Giuggio. Guarino. Wojnilowicz First Row — Felzani. Frissora. Gertel. Mr. Rand. Director: (Concert Master) Ferrante, Frisoli. Talkov Mr. Rand has guided the Orchestra through another eventful and musically profitable year. Every Thursday afternoon the members practiced light-classical music, marches, and an occasional " heavy " piece. Every other assembly was ushered in and out to the strains of the Orchestra ' s tunes, and special annual engagements (at the Old South Church on Washing- ton ' s birthday and others) were and will be filled by the busy members. Graduation night at l emont Teniple will conclude this organization ' s activities for the year. THE PIFLE CLUE This year the Rifle Club has enjoyed a larger membership than ever before: in the last months of 1937, more than fifty boys made their appearance to be enrolled on the official roster. Under the experienced eye of Major M. J. Lannon, the school armorer, the boys have met every Wednesday evening to practice on temporary ranges set up on the location of the ex-lunch rooms. Hard work, combined with Major Lannon ' s invaluable aid, has turned out a remarkably good crop of marksmen. The Wednesday night practice sessions are relieved by matches between the members, while competitions with other schools are entered upon about once a month. English High ' s Rifle Team beat that of Latin School with a score of 496 out of a possible 500. Besides being a member of the National Rifle Association (which, of course, gives the Club reassurance of its existence ) , a group of the boys lets loose that nerve-shattering vol- ley at the Memorial Day exercises held on Warren Avenue each year. The Executive Committtee of the Rifle Club is as follows: Ralph King, President: George A. Willhauck, Vice-President : William Hogan, Treasurer : and Robert C. Campbell, Executive Officer. (84) THE CAMERA CLUE This year many of the undergrads interested in photography joined the Camera Club which met in Room 149 every Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Clark was kind enough to act as faculty adviser. The more advanced members of the club gave talks explaining the various " correct " methods of developing, printing, and enlarging photographs and also demonstrated the construction of simple enlarging and printing machines. The theoretical knowledge gained through thesy informal talks and the ensuing discussions was applied in practical darkroom work, supervised by those members who have been initiated into photography ' s dark and secret ways. THE AVIATI€N CLUE Mr. Peacock of the History Department has led the air-minded boys of English High through a series of interesting meetings in Room 149. Periods of shop work in which vari- ous models of present-day aircraft were constructed were alternated by official competition in which the model planes of the members vied against each other. It seemed a shame that some of the most beautiful looking little planes couldn ' t stand up against the plain, ordinary look- ing jobs but that ' s life, — we guess. The club has been fortunate indeed in having men prominent in aviation come to some of the meetings during the year to give talks on various phases of their profession. The meetings have always been interesting and the club members are generally happy about the whole thing. Third Row — Pcrucci, Giusti. Miller Second Ron ' — Gardner, Killeen. Burgess, Mullin. Furey, Horan First Rou. ' — Lawton, Murphy. Fishnan. Gardner. Graham. Maloney, Clegg MATH CHJE The mathematically-minded boys in the school figure that they have spent a very worthwhile year under Mr. Lundin ' s capable guidance. Various instruments for mathematical use have been constructed by the members and have been used in practical problems. English High School ' s latitude was found as a project for some members; other embryonic Pascals and Newtons have constructed verniers, sun dials, slide rules, transits, sextants, and stato- meters, and have used them on everyday applications in and near the school. The regular meetings were featured by specially prepared talks on subjects of mathe- matical interest given by members versed in some one phase of the science. The club will wind up its year ' s activities by making the annual outing trip to Gloucester to determine that hamlet ' s latitude by means of a sea-horizon and a sextant. The Executive Committee of the Mathematics Club is as follows: Phillip Nassise, President: Richard Gilloolv. Vice President; and Joseph Pasakarnis, Secretary. 1 MATH CLUD Third Row — Kec. Birnbaum. Garbarino, Kasambalis, Scicchitano, Shute. Robinson. Klercker Second Roic — Yee. Blair. Ncwpol, Robinson. Powers. Stokinger, McCarty, Lyons. D ' Ambrosio First Roiv — Pasakarnis. Gillooly. Nassise. Mr. Lundin, Taylor, Gardner. Kerr. Gesmer LICRACy CORPS The Library Corps, under the direction of Miss Colton, has given another year of splendid service. Those boys who have been honored by a position in this organization have acted throughout the year as the personnel of the library, — a personnel under Miss Colton ' s experienced direction. The checking in and out of books, their orderly and proper arrange- ment on the shelves, the responsibility and care of the displays which make a foray into the library so interesting, that silent inquisition at the door, — all these are done by Miss Colton ' s trained staff. It is a mark of real achievement to be on the Library Corps, for only boys with Honor Marks, fine personality records, and a recommendation are considered for the position. The Executive Committee of the Library Corps is as follows: Joseph Pasakarnis, President; John Semper, Vice President: Willard Brown, Secretary. Third Row — Orlando. Merlino, Powers, Murphy. Westerlund, Nielsen. Nassisc. Blair Second RoLV — Morrissey, Murray. Fortuna. Raiklen. Randall, Stokinger. Austin, Gcsmcr, Burton, Goldberg. Sablonc First Rolv — DeLoUis. Brown, Semper, Miss Colton, Pasakarnis, Robbins. DeLuca o o O -i n .h-H S u N a. 00 g a S 3 £! S pa ™ . W " Xl w 3 ■= 3ji S -! 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For present pleasure and future pride protect your photographic self by having PURDY make the portraits. 160 TREMONT STREET • • • BOSTON Offik al Photographers English High School Class of 1938 • PLEASING PORTRAITS • PROMPT SERVICE • RIGHT PRICES Means Sat ' isfaction Guaranteed PURD Special Discount Rates to all English High School Students (98J ENGLISH HIGH GRADUATES . . . admitted without examination. . . . start advanced if you have had previous commercial training. . . . are eligible for the life-long service of Placement upon graduation. Bryant Stratton COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 334 Boylston Street, Boston at the " ARLINGTON " subway station Tel. KENmore 6789 NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Pre-legal Programs Applicants for the Massachusetts Bar examinations must have completed one- half of a regular college course before registering in a school of law. Persons qualified for admission may pursue pre-legal programs in Northeastern University. The day program is restricted to men; the evening program is availa- ble to both men and women. These programs prepare for admission to either the Day or Evening School of Law of Northeastern University. Applications for Admission are now Being Received Catalogs sent upon request. Use the coupon below. Please send nic .1 catalog including the [3] evening pre-legal prograr Check here Qj day pre-legal program Name Address 6 (99) BERKELEY PREPARATORY SCHOOL Established 1907 Day School for Boys -- Evening School Co-Educational Summer Session Co-Educational THE BERKELEY PREPARATORY SCHOOL is accredited by the New England College Entrance Certificate Board. BERKELEY per- pares boys and girls for entrance to college either by certificate or by examination. Our classes are small. You receive individual attention and Wc will gladly send make rapid progress. Freshmen and sophomores may cut their high school course to three years by taking our fully accredited Summer Session courses. you a catalogue New Students may enroll at any time during the school year. Suiinner Scss on Opens July Uh, 19} 8 1089 Boylston Street, Boston - near Mass. Subway Station - Tel. COM. 9262 Eennedn ' s DNDER-GRAD SHOP Because ' ' good taste " constitutes " good dress " and because this ideal is reflected in all of our Under-Grad offerings, Kennedy ' s has won a reputation for making ' ' best dressers " of high and prep school men. KENNEDY ' S SUMMER HAWLEY (lOO) Massachusetts School of Physiotherapy Day and Evening Course -- Co-Educational Graduates Qualify for both private and State positions in Medical Offices. Hospitals and Clinics as Physiotherapists and X-Ray Technicians or Medical Masseurs. Diploma awarded. Placement Bureau for all graduates. One-year day course — or equivalent two-year evening course, with training in all branches of Physiotherapy (including Electrotherapy, X-Ray. Medical Massage. Colonic Irrigation, etc.) Clinical and Hospital training. Individual instruction by Physicians and Tcchnicans. X-RAY COURSE One-year comprehensive course, including hospital training. Graduates of English High School may be admitted without scholastic entrance examinations. New term begins September 22, 1938. Catalogue upon request. Registrar: 199 PROSPECT ST., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. KiRkland 5552 Compliments of E. U. Wurlitzer MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 38 LAGRANGE STREET BOSTON. MASS. Meriano ocnool of Pha rmocy Unique Methods — Students Placed 240 HUNTINGTON AVENUE Telephone: KENmore 9656 LADIES jnd MENS FORN4L CLOTHES READ WHITE Courtney Hardware Co. 366 Washington St., Dorchester, Mass. 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Bentley Training Appeals to Men Who Wish to Make Time Count Tuition, $260 A year Send for catalog The BENTLEY SCHOOL of ACCOUNTING FINANCE 921 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts H. C. BENTLEY, CP. A., PRESIDENT NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY DAY DIVISION COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Offerj a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the understanding of modern culture, iocial relations, and technical achievement. The purpose of this program ■ to give the student a liberal and cultural education and a vocational competence which fits him to enter some specific type of useful employment. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Oficrs a college program with broad and thorough training in the principles of business with •pecialization in ACCOUNTING, BANKING AND FINANCE, or BUSINESS MANAGE- MENT. Instruction it through lectures, solution of business problems, class discussions, motion picture and talks by business men. 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DEGREES AWARDED Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science EVENING DIVISION (For Men and Women) Providing comptetr coursrt of university grade, for to work during the day but wiih to SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Programs in Accounting, Management, Law and Business, and in Engineering and Busi- ness, under instructors actually engaged in the fields in which they teach. 75% of graduates bold executive positions in business. Preparation for the C. P. A. examinations. School grants B. B. A. de- gree, ndividual courses available to special students. high school graduates who find it necessary study for further advancement. SCHOOL OF LAW Pre-Legal Department Furnishes to high school graduates a program of studies equivalent to the two years of college work required for admis- sion to the study of law. The School of Law Prepares for the bar examination and for the practice of law. Case method of in- struction. LL. B. degree conferred. 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