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 ENGLISM HieH SCHCCL Montgomery Street and Warren Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts Entered as second class matter at the Boston Post Office, November 2, 1885. VCLLIME LIV € CMJkSI XCNG (Words by Richard Baumberger ' 39) Air: " The Palisades " Let ' s gather ' round and raise our voices In tribute to the Blue and Blue. O English, though we soon are leaving, Our thoughts will ever turn to you. We stand now hopeful on Life ' s threshold; Your worthy sons we ' ll strive to be. Today we pledge our firm allegiance Devotedly to thee. Within our hearts, sad at this parting, A warmth there glows that ne ' er shall fade; For on through life we ' ll have about us The friendships that we here have made. Here standing reverently before you, With pride and faith that ne ' er shall die, Now we, your loyal sons, salute you, Salute you, English High. amcs McNa-mcc First Row — Donovan. Bloom, Kenefick. Fillis. Baumberger, Kushner, Newman. Logan, Bellantoni Second Roiv — Mr, Malone, Raffol. Shaknov, McNamee. Kilday. Butler. McNeil. McCarthy, Kelly. Mr. Heffernan Third Row — Hermann, Roche, Sheehan, Powers, Buchanan, Gushing. Kclley. D ' Agostino. Gershen Fourth Row — Butters. Tumblety, Kaplan, Raullerson, Friedman, Flaherty, Glancy, Randall, Dugan LITECACr EDITCK James Fillis ' 39 ecitcrial ccard Hyman L, Bloom Thomas J. Raffol William B. Powers Donald P. Kenefick Irving Shaknov Joseph P. Tumblety ACT EDITCC Natale Bellantoni ' 39 ' 39 ' 39 ' 39 ' 39 ' 39 39 ccntcbbutcks James E. Flynn ' 39 Robert E, Kelley ' 39 EDITCC-IN-CHIEE RICHARD BAUMBERGER 39 CEPCCTECS James M, McNamee ' 39 Paul H, Randall ' 39 ACTISTS Kieran Kilday ' 39 John E, Butler ' 40 Herbert Dugan ' 39 Richard Hermann ' 40 Edward Gushing ' 39 SPCCTS Thomas F. Donovan ' 39 business George J. Kushner ' 39 John D, Kelley ' 39 Thomas J. Logan ' 39 Saul Paysnick ' 41 SECCETACIES John J. Flaherty ' 39 William E. Hanlon ' 39 Thomas W. Sheehan ' 39 CII3CULA.TICN Sidney L, Newman ' 39 Raymond J, Butters ' 39 Calvin Raullerson ' 39 Joseph R. Roche ' 39 Joseph D ' Agostino ' 40 Edward Kaplan ' 41 Robert B. McNeill ' 39 HUMCC David Clancy ' 39 (3) 14 To the Class of 1939: In the corridors of our school stand two bronze statues of heroic size, gifts of tivo graduates who once stood where you now stand. You all know the mottoes on those statues. To one of those graduates we also owe college scholarships, sufficient in number for all students who merit them. Many other English High School men have won distinction and rendered service. Are honor and achievement possible for you all. ' ' As a schoolboy I fished and swam in a lake near the spot where once stood the hut of a famous man. In India. Ghandi; in China. Lin Yutang: and in many other lands, many other men have been influenced by a book written in that hut and named for that lake " Walden " . From that book I take my message to you. " The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. " Plan your life: find out and pursue your own mode of living, and you need not be one of that mass. Enjoy the satis- faction of achievement in the work that you are best fitted to do. Do not spell success with the dollar sign. " The life which men praise and regard as successful is but one kind . . . . money is not required to buy one necessary of the soul. " Carefully select your reading. " Not all books are as dull as their readers! Books are the treasured wealth of the world. How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book. There is no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of a man to elevate his life by a conscious endeavor. " However humble your life may be, meet it and live it! Do not despise your daily task. Do not worry how you may serve mankind. Thoreau chose to earn his living as a day laborer. As for service he said. " Doing good does not agree with my constitution. What good I do must be for the most part wholly unintended. " Like him you will find that the result of honest work is service to your fellow man. " If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success unexpected in common hours. If you have built castles in the air. your work need not be lost: that is where they should be! Now. put the foundations under them. " My parting words to you are: Build your castles, but don ' t forget to put under them the foundations! Albert F. Reed. Acting Headmaster. (4) OUR PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE Here in this permanent record of the first four years of our class, I wish to convey to you my pride and appreciation for the trust and the opportunity which you have bestowed upon me. I speak of the opportunity you have given me to express my deep feeling for The English High School and our class of 1939 by working to maintain the unity of our group throughout the coming years. Inspired by the keen spirit of the class, I shall endeavor to justify your confidence and to exceed your expectations. The splendid spirit of this class of thirty-nine makes me feel sure that our success both individually and as a group will grow with the passage of time until we take our place a- mong the outstanding men and classes of English High School. We are now ready to go our separate ways into the world and take our places as serious, responsible citizens, as is our rightful duty. Reluctant as we are to leave behind us our care- free youth, our happy high school years, we are comforted by the knowledge that the fond memories of these shining hours will be forever with us as fresh and vivid as they are today. Speaking for the class and myself I wi;h to express our gratitude to the faculty for the kind understanding and sound advice that hive done so much to endear the past four years to us and to secure our future success. Emtl Pagliarulo (6) AT [)AI TING Hear! beloved stones E ' er grappled to our soul; Now must each away To win his separate goal. Away from out these halls. Beyond this hallowed pale To quest with pluck learned here His Golden Fleece, his Grail. But to him in life ' s fray Your code will never wans. Your drill has not been futile: Your schooling, not in vain. His honors and achievements Will many be, and fair; For he will e ' er remember; " Be courteous, clean and square! R. B. TIME M lCniNE RicAoAd cu mltmcfe ' 39 I ' m deep within the bowels of earth, in ' fessor Snooper ' s lab. He built it underground like this so neighbors couldn ' t crab. (You see, before he moved down here, when he was on the ground, His noisy, smelly ' speriments played hob for miles around.; He says his latest gadget — the one I came to see — Will show him all that ' s going on in 1953. " My boy, " he says, and pulls a switch, " the mysteries of time Are hidden in the fact that x must equal 12 z prime! " Motors hum to whining life: tubes grow blue and green; And hazy figures start to form upon a glowing screen. A man ' s alighting from a car before a large hotel; With all that racy foreign job, he must be quite a swell. His face is turning toward the screen as he starts to go in. It can ' t — but yes, I ' m sure it is; it ' s Beachman, with his grin! The doorman ' s moving from his post; I now can see a sign: " Fourteenth reunion being held by English — 39- (Professor Snooper twirls a knob and shifts the scene inside.) McCarthy in the foreground in a general ' s uniform Is engaging R. J. Butters in a conversation warm: " Senator, I ' ll give you any odds that you desire That Hinds won ' t lose his boxing crown, but will instead retire. There ' s coaches Reale and Hickey — I ' ll find out what they say. " The first two hail the latter pair and quickly walk their way. Now who should come into my view but Auskelis and Green. " I do admire your splendid work upon the silver screen. But if you ' d ever dealt in bonds you ' d find that work a bore. " Just think, we have a star-to-be upon the tardy door! " Look at those two over there, " cries Green with some surprise, " It ' s Butler and Sadowski: they both got a Nobel prize. " Auskelis glances, diamond tie pin sparkling in the light, " And there ' s Buchanan, King of Concerts, not far to the right, And Gouse and Smith and Downey, heads all in a bunch. Let ' s walk that way and see if we can get a market hunch. " The star and tycoon stroll away but right upon their heels, Are Fillis (J.) and Kenefick — Nick Carters or O ' Neills — " I know it ' s run for forty weeks, but I don ' t like your play. " " No more compliments, Kenefick, or you ' ll join Old Nick to stay. You ' re Shakespeare ' s greatest critic, yes; but don ' t begin on me. " " There ' s Hy Bloom — Hi, Bloom! — Oh boy, I really am punny. " (The last from Donald Kenefick: you see, he ' ll never learn. ) " Let ' s twit him on his latest book — I love They scamper off to seize their prey, disclosing to my gaze k Bicderman and Rosenfield beside the hors d ' oeuvre trays. " Your system of psychology, " says Biederman to R, " Enabled me to triple sales of my new super-car. " His glittering eye upon the food comes Austin, Shaknov, too. " First find the root, then integrate and — Boy! what luscious goo! " " You are the head of M. I. T. and know your figures fine, But as the Dean of Princeton U. — these pickles are divine! " " Wait. Here comes Raiklen of G. E. ; he ' ll tell you that I ' m right. He found this integral when he commercialized cold light. " " Let ' s not talk shop right now, " says Mat, and gestures to the right. " There ' s Tommy Donovan and clarinet to treat us here tonight. " " He was so quiet back in school, " says Shaknov musingly, " And yet I did know then he was a genius yet to be. " Professor Snooper turns a knob and shifts the scene again To show a man who ' s tailored like a Bond Street manikin. It ' s Claflin gazing gaily from behind a microphone. " This is a famous gathering, " comes the rich fem-thrilling tone. " The great from every walk of life are grouped here on this day. " Theres Admiral Newman with his wife: boy! I ' ll say she ' s O-Kay! Far to my left, beside the food, the mighty market men: Clancy, Campbell, Harris, Burns, and wily Anderson. Contrada, smiling governor, converses with Ahern, Whose absence from the House floor has forced them to adjourn. Oh, General Golden ' s passing by with quite a bonny lassie — Less trouble than the twins, I ' m sure, but only half as classy. Cassell and Goldberg, chemists mad, confer with Di Francesco. If that is an experiment. I ' d rather be alfresco. Well slap me down and call me Eider, if that ' s not " Ving " Harris, Whose purring, stirring rhythm tunes are known from Dahr to Paris. There ' s Bellantoni and Kilday, to whont it was quite puerile To go to work and finish up the capitol dome mural. Bielawski ' s talking to our own Emil Pagliarulo — No doubt about the history those profs now run a school o ' . Duwors and Flynn, the offiters who called the gettogether. As congressmen have brought the ship of state to prosperous weather. Abruzzi and Bonnano are the pair whose work — oh, well. You all know of the excellence of this, their fine hotel. " Suddenly the screen goes black. Snooper turns on the light. " My neutron tube ' s burnt out, " says he. " That ' s all the show tonight " I need not see more now, " I say, " My hopes have jibed with Fate. I knew before the men of Engish were tomorrow ' s great. " Thus I leave Professor ' s lab with warmth within my heart: For I have seen our triumph and the greatness of our part. Should fortune fail to smile on us, we ' ll tear success from her. We of the class of thirty-nine, whom nothing shall deter! (ii) CLASS WILL Im " Ranald P. fCenej ck ' 39 To the Hon. Mortimer Q. Funk, M. A., L. L. D., B. S.. Director of the Anglo-Ameri- can Archaeological Society — Dear Sir: While investigating the ruins at the recent- ly excavateci site of Old Boston, I came upon the remains of a vast edifice, buried under tons of mud left by the tidal wave of about 1940. It was evidently a medieval castle, no doubt inhabited by robber-barons and their retainers. Though our knowledge of this period of the Dark Ages is slight, it will no doubt be in- creased by a very curious find I have made in the lower regions of the castle. I came upon a cadaver, perfectly preserved by the mud, seated at a desk covered with paper. The corpse was that of a youth wearing the cur- ious contrivance of the day known as " spec- tacles " . He looked rather dissipated and un- kempt, not to say foolish. The paper, cov- ered with the ancient hieroglyphics, I have ventured to translate and add here. Here, then, is a product of our remote ancestors. May the Lord preserve us I " Therefore, your class expert in legal evas- iveness and juridical skullduggery does here append such general bequests as the class, act- ing as a whole (and such an abysmal hole!), has conveyed to him : 1. The class of 1939 leaves to the school in general : a. A desolate feeling of emptiness: b. Three lockers filled with mislaid lunches : c. Rooms 001 to 206, in fairly good con- dition. 2. The class leaves to the faculty thes: things: a. To Mr. Downey — our best wishes, our admiration, and our respect, knowing them to be intangible and not something one can place upon a trophy-shelf, but real and shining enough for all that. b. To Mr. Reed — more respect and ad- miration, to a gentleman and a scholar who has filled with grace a great and yawning gap- c. To Mr. Phelps — gratitude for a host of indelible information and a gentle re- minder that the Yankees may win. d. To Mr. Coughlin — a bittersweet memory of E45 Cn, a tattered collection of Mr. Fillis ' best compositions, and a window-shade that won ' t work. e. To Mr. Atwood — a bottle of clean- ing fluid to scrape some of his more mis- guided chemists off the ceiling and a fond memory of his smile. f. To Mr. Ohrenberger — our regrets that only half (about) of his greatest Math class in history will be back with him next year: also a nice, new football team: and Paci. g. To Mr. Hogan — a double measure of admiration and a flask of eau. de vitriol, to be used freely on all students who do their history homelessons when " Les Oberle " is the subject for dissection. h. To the rest of the faculty, whom we love without exception and sympathize with, we leave only the fond hope that they will never see our faces again. The class, in particular, leave the follow- ing bequests, to anyone foolish enough to accept them: a. Mr. Baumberger, Mr. Bloom, Mr. Fil- lis, Mr. Kenefick all join in sending Mr. Malone a shiny group of juniors to make another good staff next year. b. Mr. Dance-Committee McCarthy leaves, carrying the heavily slumbering Mr. Foot- ball-team King in his arms. c. Mr. R. E. Kelley leaves seventeen manu- scripts to the care of the N. Y. A. boys, also a solo tenor part. d. Mr. Fillis leaves Mr. Ohrenberger. e. Mr. Kenefick leaves the Devil in the care of the janitor, in order that the honor- able custodian may learn some pointers. f. The honorable Hubert Cadwallader Ferner leaves his thoughts on Life and Let- ters still sonorously echoing throughout the building. g. Mr. Golden leaves with my belt! h. Mr. Shaknov leaves, brooding over the terrible futility of finding the square root of -2. i. Mr. Raiklen leaves with a dictionary, trying to find the Spelling Bee judges. j. Mr. Bellantoni leaves some very fetch- ing sketches, and goes to find a job at Leo- pold Morse ' s. k. Mr. Kushner leaves in agony, lest some- one, in his absence, place his feet upon the Record office desks. 1. Both Mr. Millers join in leaving one spuckie, in fairly good condition, to Miss Millane, to be used as a cornerstone for any new lunchroom that may be built, m. Mr. Newman leaves, wondering if he will be mentioned in the Class Will — leaves, let me say, the way he kayme. The Class, recognizing the need for en- couraging the young, leave the following bequests to those that manfully toddle after, bless their hearts: a. To the Juniors — a gnawing sense of inferiority. b. To the Sophomores — a paternal pi.t, a few words of encouragement, and an as- surance that they haven ' t seen anything yet. c. To the Freshmen — • six hundred pairs of long pants. So therefore, we the undersigned, to wit and whereby and or whereas, being in advanced mental decay and arrested physical develop- ment, do hereby affix, such of us as can write, our signatures. X {The Class of ' 39) Codicil — We forgot to say that we also, by some miracle, leave the school. Witnessed and duly sworn to and all that stuff by the Official SkuUduggerer of the Class of 1939, D. Patrick Kenefick, attorney -wit hout-t he-law (or at least not much.) Eheu fugaces studentes! This, therefore, is the remarkable find I have made in this crumbling edifice. I think my previous theory of the place being a robber castle may be safely given up. Obviously it was a school for — well, obviously again — ■ mental deficients. If it was a school, no doubt all that this batch of patients left to their masters was an all pervading sigh of relief. Theobald M. Fooforaw. P. D. Q. (13) CPLISING THE C€CI5IC)€CS For the last time, gentlemen, we set out to cruise the corridors of our beloved alma mater — so hop aboard and off we go. . . . To the right, dear rubbernecks, we have the cork bulletin board, an institution since the school was founded in 1821. Today we observe a special notice — a list of the lucky fellows who are to graduate. Feels good to see your name there, doesn ' t it. " . . . . Moving on a bit, we come to the headmaster ' s office on our left. Here we see some of those great and pedagogical men with whom we ' ve been so long assoc- iated. . . . We move on. . . . Rounding a corner, we bump into Class President Emil Pag- liarulo, followed by Messrs. boris, Flynn, Duwors, and McNamee. Emil waves a friendly greeting and passes on. ' Don ' t forget your alumni dues, " suggests Jimmy Flynn in passing. " Take it easy, pal, " says Vincent Boris. . . . Feeling a glow of importance at having met these men, we turn right, climb the stairs, and proceed along the second floor cross-corridor. In passing Room 233, otherwise known as th Record office, we hear a bit of hubbub. Open- ing the door, we pesp in. We see a small room filled with many boys; something very im- portant seems to be going on. We recognize John Kelley, who is saying, " I ' ll bid two. " Raymond Butters says, " I ' ll bid three! " Joseph D ' Agostino cries " Four! ' Suddenly George Kushner rises on a chair and proclaims, " Sold to the American Tobacco Company. " . . . At Mr. Heffernan ' s quiet suggestion, we close the door and leave behind us this bizarre bazaar. . . . Past Mr. Connell ' s typing class, past Mr. Brown ' s key-room, and we ' re on the South Side again. . . . From now on we move ratther aimlessly, flitting about from here to there; and in our peregrinations about the corridors the following things we see; Francis Abbruzzi whispering " Leave it out " to Felix Marcella, aad selling Prom tickets to William Beachman and Charlie Bamberg at the same time. . . . Paul (Bumpy) Burns proudly exclaimi ng to J. J. Deveney that he is the fifth and last of the Burnses at English High. . . . Dick Baumberger penning a letter to M. I. T. asking if their cuisine includes custards. . . . Hy- man Bloom looking down Warren Berry ' s mouth and saying, ' 1 m going to be a dentist, you know. " . . . Irving Shaknov expounding the mysteries of quadratic equations to M46. . . . Don Kenefick in a corner shooing away all over-shoulder-lookers as he writes a poem about M46. . . Thomas Miller in the library with his nose buried in Scott ' s Stamp Catalog. . . Bobby Green at the 106 door telling a tardy freshman to use the Warren Avenue entrance, please. . . . Kieran Kilday and Nat Bellantoni busily turning out linoleums cuts and pen-and- ink drawings by the dozen. ... J. P. Tumblety with a World Atlas trying to find Katydid Four Corners on the map. . . . Al Wojnilowicz drawing a sweet-sounding bow across his violin, while Jack Whitmarsh clasps his hand; and sighs. . . . Dr. H. C. Ferner telling Jo- seph Jahjah how to cultivate zinnias — while Joseph Jahjah tells Dr. H. C. Ferner that it ' s hyacinths he wants to hear about. . . . Tony McConologue telling the story of Timon of Athens to Dick Maloof, who is trying to get a word in about the Brooklyn Dodgers. . . . William Davis narrating the story of how hi came to own that yellow jersey with the figure 8 on it to J. Dinoff. . . . While J. Dinoff explains the European situation to Dave Butler. . . . . And Dave Butler tells J. DinofF that he knows all about it, anyway. . . . Gouse and Bob McCarthy trying to decide where to hold the next Prom .... Bill Powers showing Paul Randall the type of flint-and-steel that ' s used in the wilds of West Roxbury. . . . Joe Gangemi doing and undoing his bow-tie, just for the fun of it. . . . Ernest Santosuosso tell- ing Eddie Gcnovese how wonderful Vergil is. . . . Jimmy Greatorex mumbling to himself, " Oh, what the heck do I care " . . . . John Fiore, Tad Sadowski, and Mat Raiklen counting each other ' s A ' s to find out who ' s got the most, anyhow. . Sid Newman thanking Woofy Flaherty for typing Stuff and Things. . . . Stan Buchanan laughing at one of Dave Clancy ' s jokes and then saying, " Oh, that ' s just plain silly. " . . . Denis Stamatos enacting FalstafF from Henry IV while Mr. Hayes beams with delight. . . . Tom Conlon insisting that his es- says are not to be confused with those of Fillis, Kenefick, or Macaulay. . . . Bernie Fried- man and Gregory Luke scowling fiercely at each other. . . . Robert Taylor for the 199th time denying that he works in Hollywood in his spare time. . . . Eddie Dunne dreaming of the orchestra he ' ll lead which will make Artie Shaw sound old-fashioned. . . . Nat Kramer and Ray Goldberg arguing about trigonometric functions. . . . Abe Golden and Don Kene- fick arguing about a belt. . . . Robert E. Kelhy compiling his looist volume of short stories. Eddie Fitzpatrick punishing John Field with puny puns (pun my soul!) and never having even met Dick Baumberger. . . . And so on, and so forth. Our corridor-cruise now comes to an end, unfortunately, so we ' ll bid you a fond flub-dub. However, for ten cents more you may see Chinatown. , J. F. 4 STUDENT COUNCII- First Row — Luke, Duwors. Mr. Rccd. Pagliarulo, Mr. Frazier. McNamee. Horan Second Row — Manjou. McDonnell, Neilsen, Heggem, Edwards Third Row — Smith, Di Giacomo, Cameron, Breen, Carey 00HGQATULAT[0N9 TO THE DAKCL COAVAITTLE FORA J05 WELL OONE = .o THAT SEHIOR RUST BE GOING TO DO KTn runop Aor I A LOT OF STUDYIN G, COLLEGE CATALOGS... HE ' S LOOKING FOR A COLLEGE THAT HAS NO EN- TRANCE RtQUIRE- AENTS... I 1 SENIORS, VmM SHOWING YOUR. CLASS UJN6 TO Youa BEST 6IRL,D0 HOT TAKE IT OFF YOUR. OWN TimiJl. H£y senior where you 601N6 9 THI2 MEETING ' S FOB THE FACULTY , ONIY. „ « JUST THOUGHT I ' D DROP OFFER SOME CONSTRU-i CRiTICISMc. IN AND CTIYE THE PRIZE PEILL HAS PQODUCEO QUITE A NUAVbE or PROTA-OTIONS. ,f2 ...MAJQNe ONE It 1 . ' A DRILL UNIFORM H; ' ilM) J. fbeshmak- - SENIOR CON612ATULATIONS TO " THE CLASS OF 39 fOU THEIR CHOICE OF A GIFT TO THE SCHOOL o..A COL LECTION OF f)COtS F0£ THE SCHOOL LIBEAEV;. THIS SENIOR. ISN ' T LISTENING TO A HAIR- RAISING DRAMA, HE ' S HAVING HIS PICTURE TAKEN . SENIOI S KEEP YOUf HI6H SCHOOL reiENDS BY J0JN1N6 THE LH.S ALUMNI ASSOCIATION c». u z h ± h Z U y h y z y y 1 RANCIS ABBRUZZI " Curly " l.ULuih. and the icorld laughs with i oa. Ambilion: viourn.ilist Hobby : Sports Honors; Dance Committee Objective: College GEORGE ABRAHAM " Abe " Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Success GEORGE P. ADAMS " Snookums " Each mind has its own method. Hobby: Swimming Honors: Room Spelling Champion ( 3 ) Objective: Job THEODORE J, AGRITHA " Ted " Who knows what the morrow will bring. ' ' Hobby: Sports Ambition : Accountant Clubs: Golf Ojbcctivc: Bentley ' s JAMES R. AHERN " Jay " Walking Itte ' s sequcsiercii path. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Lawyer Clubs: Glee. Stamp Teams: Baseball (3, 4), Football (3. 4) Objective; Yale JOSEPH P. ALEKSUN " Columbus " The world is a comedy to those that think. Hobby: Football Ambition: Travel Honors: Honor Roll 3) lA First Lieutenant Teams: Track (I. EDWARD ALUNNI " Eddie " He gives twice who gives (liiickly. Hobby; Model Airplanes Ambition: Philanthropist Clubs ; Aviation ( 2 ) Objective: M. L T. ANGELO L. ANNACONE " Ange " It s all relative. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Doctor of Medi cine Second Lieutenant. Honor Roll (2) 2A Objective: Boston College LIBERO A. ANTONINO " Toar " He ' s always in the act of delivery. Hobby ; Sports Ambition : Politician JOSEPH ANZALONE " Anze ' Let me be a friend to man. Hobby: Football Ambition: C. P. A. ARTHUR APPEL " Archie " We are born to do benefits. Hobby; Airplanes Ambition; Accountant Objective: Business College WILLIAM J. ASHMORE " Bill " wanna be in Wincheil ' s column. Hobby; Baseball Ambition; Sports Reporter Teams: Track (17) HERBERT ATTAYA " Luigi " Deeds not words. Mobby; Sports Ambition: Major-Gcncral Captain Honors : C. M. T. C. Objective; College HENRY D. AUFIERO " Pete " Outa ' my wuy. gents, outa ' mil way. Hobby: Cinema Ambition: Business JOHN V. AUSKELIS " Ozzic " Life without laughter is a dreary blank. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: U. S. Diplomatic Service First Lieutenant Clubs: Debating. Chess Objective: Georgetown School of Foreign Service GEORGE E. AUSTIN " Bunny " Mustc makes me do the things I do. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist Honors: L.awrence Prize F ' and D (3). 9A . Honor Roll { 1 . 2. 3 ) . Library Corps, Alumni Committee IRVING G. BAKER " Denny " The soft complaining flute. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Chemical Engineer Cadet Captain Clubs: Aviation (3), Chem- istry (3). Glee (2). I A Objective: M. I. T. CHARLES H. BAMBERG " Charlie " Heaven helps those who help themselves. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To travel Teams: Track Squad Objective: College PAUL R. DANNON " Porky " He stands above the smoke and stir. Ambition: Journalist Honors: Individual Prize (2. 3) Clubs: Current Events Teams: Baseball {3. 4). Hockey ( 4 ) Objective: Hebron Academy ARTHUR J. BARRETT " Asta " A stitch m time saves nine. Ambition: Orator Hobby: Sleeping First Lieutenant Clubs: Math.. Stamp, Dra- matic Teams: Track, Baseball. Football RICHARD BAUMBERGER " Benny " Knowledge is power. Hobby: Mathematics Ambition: Math teacher First Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (3). 5A . Lawrence Prize P3. Editor-in-Chief " Record " Clubs: President of Math Club. Chess. German Teams: Chess Objective: M. I. T. WILLIAM BEACHMAN " Billy " Every man is the master of his fortune. Hobby: Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Staff Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2). Room Athletic Captain (4) Teams: Track (2. 3) Objective: Bentley ' s ROBERT J. BEATON " Bud " Prize me no prizes. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Travel Second Lieutenant HARRY L. BELINSKY " Bell " There ' s a gold mine in the sky. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Chemist First Lieutenant Clubs: Stamp. Rifle Teams: Track (2). Football (2) Objective; Tufts Medical Q a o g y u mi g £ (J u u h h a £ H z y u h y z y y NATALE T. BELLANTONI " Ned " You ' ve goi someihinij there. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Layout Artist Honors: Lawrence Prize D2 First Lieutenant Clubs: E. H. S. Record 4) Art Editor Objective: Vesper George School of Art ANDRE ' A. BELLING " Andy " How far the little candle throws its beam. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition: Secretary Objective: College CASPAR G. BELLITTI " Bell " Don t let It bother you. Hobby: Coins Honors: Laboratory Assistant Cadet Captain Objective: College MILTON M. BENGIS " Bilge " Oh. the wise men. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: Chemical Engineer Cadet Captain Objective: M. L T. LOUIS BERGER " Lou " Little by little the bird builds Its nest. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Radio Announcer First Lieutenant Honors: Switchboard Opera- tor Objective: Elocution School MAX BERKMAN " Maxic " His pen, his rapier, — both are feared on earth. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: To star in sports Objective: Government job JAMES R. BERMINGHAM " Alabama " Modest, not shy. Hobby: Ice Skating Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Boston University WARREN B. BERRY " Brad " A member of honor ' s famous train. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: A Ski Team Clubs: Orchestra (2. 3) Objective: Dartmouth FRANCIS M. BIANCO " Fran " Don ' t you know, or don ' t you carei " Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Chemist Objective: Northeastern ROBERT BIEDERMAN " Biedy ' Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Flobby: Food tasting Ambition: Engineer Clubs: Math.. German Objective: College EDMUND J. BIELAWSKI " Eddie " am monarch of all I survey Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Engineer Honors: Flonor Roll (i), Lawrence Prize F and D Cadet Captain Clubs: Stamp Club, Chem- istry Objective: Northeastern RUSSELL H. BJORK " Rusty " The game is up Hobby : Model Aeroplanes Ambition : Transcontinental Flyer Objective: College (19) HYMAN L. BLOOM •■Hy " Top floor, please. Hobby: Writing Ambition : Medicine Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) 2A . Contributing Editor. Record First Lieutenant Teams: Track (2) Objective: Tufts DOMINIC V. BOFFO " Dom " Honor and achievement above all. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Business Executive Objective: Boston University ANTHONY BONANNO " Tony " This was the noblest Roman of them all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemist Objective: Northeastern JOSEPH W. BONNER " Joe " So this IS Egypt! Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemical Engineer Teams: Track (2, 3, 4) Objective: College WILLIAM H. BOODRO " Bill " Self made or never made. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To be a success First Lieutenant Objective: Boston College VINCENT P. W. BORIS " Porky " A man whose ambition will never be realized. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Success Honors: Vice- President (3. 4) Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: Holy Cross DAVID M. BORNSTEIN " Pinky " Exceedingly well read. Hobby: Stamp collecting Ambition: Success Objective: Mass. State KENNETH C. BOWDEN " Ken " Bie Mir Bist Do Shoen Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Court Reporter Clubs: Stamp Objective: Northeastern FRANCIS T. W. BOWERS " Fran " The world is a comedy to those that think. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Policeman Honors: Dance Committee Clubs: Glee Club (2. 3) Teams: Football (2. 3), Hockey ( 3 . 4 ) Objective: Boston College JOSEPH P. BRODERICK " Moon " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby: Sports Ambition: A good job Cadet Captain Clubs: Glee, Aviation. Rifle Teams: Track (2. 3). Foot- ball (2) Objective: Bryant W Stratton JOHN L. BROOKS " Brooksie " Think With your head. Hobby: Coin Collecting Ambition : Ranger Honors: Marble Champ Objective: G. O. K. DONALD C. BROWN " Don " Fate loves the fearless. Hobby: Horseback Ridinv ' Ambition: Breed Horses Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Syracuse University y mi ± mi z u u (20) u z h h a ± h z u y h y z y g y l.liONARD H. BROWN " Tom " Paradise is belieoing in it. Hobby: Varied Literature Ambition : pondent Objective: Job paper syndicate Foreign Corrcs- with nc ' STANLEY M. BUCHANAN " Buck " Concerning their own merits, modest men are mute. Hobby; Canoeing Ambition: Chemical Engineer Honors: Song Committee. Room Councilor (2), Law- rence Prize F and D (2). Honor Roll ( i ) Clubs: Chess Objective: Northeastern School of Engineering ALEXANDER P. BURKE ■■Al " Labor conquers all things. Hobby: Handball Ambition: To travel First Lieutenant Fife Corps Teams: Track Objective: Burdett College FRANCIS E. DURKE ' Tran " The skif ' s the limit. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Star Athlete Teams Football (2. 3. 4). Teams: Football (2, 3, 4), Baseball ( i . 2. 3 ) Objective: Notre Dame JAMES BURKE " Turk " With a charming personality . Hobby: Sports Ambition: Tap dancer Clubs: Golf Teams: Track (4). Foot- ball (4) Objective: Boston College JOHN F. F. BURNS Courtesy is economy Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Ph. D. Second Lieutenant Teams: Baseball (2). Track ( 4 ) Objective: College PAUL J. BURNS " Bumpy " He who Works, succeeds. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Honor Roll (3). Room Captain ( 2 . 4 ) . Color Bearer Teams: Track (2. 3), F ' oot- ball. Baseball (2) Objective: Duke University ARTHUR E. BURRELL You started something. Hobby: Mode! Railroads Ambition: To become Fire Commissioner Clubs: Camera (3. 4). Pres. of Stamp Club (2, 3). Glee (4) Teams: Track (3. 4), Base- ball (3. 4) Objective: College LAWRENCE J. BURTON " Larry " With a charming personality. Hobby: Candid Camera Ambition: Business Second Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prizes J2. F. and D. Honor Roll (2), Library Corps, i A ANDREW J. BUSALACCHI " Bushy " Nothing to excess. Hobby: Horses Ambition: Politician Objective: College DAVID BUTLER " Butte " A man of his word. Hobby: Government Ambition: Physicist Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). 3A Clubs: Math. Chess. Debat- ing Objective: M. I. T. RAYMOND J. BUTTERS " Ray " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Aviation Ambition : Aeronautical En- gineer Honors: Record Staff Clubs: Aviation Teams: Track. Capt. Golf Team Obpctivc: U. S. Coast Guard Academy (21 j JAMES R. BYRON " Lefty " We like what we know of him. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Newspaper report- er Honors: Honor Roll ( i ) . 3A Clubs: French Teams: Baseball (2. 3. 4). Track (2. 3 ) Objective: Boston University ARTHUR CACICI " Art " Nice work if you can get it. Hobby: Sports Honors: Honor Roll (2). Spelling Bee Teams: Track (2. 4), Base- ball (2. 3) BERNARD J. CADDEN " Bcrnic " Drink to me with thine eges. Hobby: Basfketball Ambition : Navy Cadet Captain Club: Glee Objective: Business College DONALD H. CALL " Don " Education paves the way Hobby: Radio Ambition: Radio Technician Clubs : Camera ( i . 2 ) . Chemistry ( 3 . 4 ) Objective: Skilled Radio Op- erator EDWARD F. CALLAHAN " Red " man ot few words. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Accountant Clubs: Camera Objective: Boston College JOHN T. CALLAHAN " Cal " Always ready and willing, woo woo. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Lawyer Color Bearer Clubs: Chemistry. Currerj ' t Events Objective: Boston Colleg-: PAUL V. CAMERON " Duke " This is the life. 1 lobby : F ' cncing ' mbition: Pressman Objective: Fencing Champ ALLAN R. CAMPBELL " Soup " London Bridge is falling down, ta-te-ra-ta! 1 lobby : Swimming Ambition : Master Plumber Objective: Plumbing school PAUL V. CAMPBELL " Soupy " Ninety-nine and forty-four one hundreths pu - - Hobby: Skating Ambition: Lawyer Clubs: Glee (i) Objective: University of South.rn California ROBERT C. CAMPBELL " Scotty ' After the battle, the reward. Hobby: Yachting Ambition: Salesman Honors: President Chemistry Club ( 3 ) . Individual Prize ( 3 ) Clubs: Rifle (2, 3. 4), Chemistry ( 2 , 3 . 4 ) Objective: Wyoming JOSEPH F. CANAVAN " Joe " From a little spark there bursts a mighty flame. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Diesel Engineer Objective: Hemphill Diesel Scliool JOHN A. CANNAVA " Johnny " Fifty-four degrees forty minutes or fool Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Engineer Military Captain Honors: Track squad (2, 3. 4), Honor Guard (2. 3, 4) Objective: Northeastern U y u J Q Z u y h (22J u z h h Z U y h y z y y w JOHN J. CANTY ■■Snuff " To err IS human; lo puss, divine. Mobby; Music Ambition: Rndio Engineer Clubs: Glee Club (i, 2), Band ( 1 . 2 , 3 . 4 ) Teams: Football (2. 3). Hockey (4). Tennis (j. 4) Objective: College PA SQUAI.E CAPOBIANCO ■Cappy ' Honor IS the reward of virlue. Hobby: Collecting Rifles Ambition : Naval Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) First Lieutenant Clubs: Rifle, Chess Objective: Marine Engineer Corps at M. I. T. JOSEPH CAPRARO ■ ■Cherry ' ■ know u ' hal I know. Ambition: Accountant Teams: Track Objective: Post Graduate PAUL A. CAPUTO ■ " Appy " The love of money is the root of all evil. Flobby : Sports Ambition : To be a success in life Clubs: Chess. Rifle Objective: College GEORGE P. CAREY " Jiggs " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Aviation Cadet Captain Clubs : Camera ( 3 . 4 ) , Chemistry ( 3 ) . Glee Club Manager ( 3 . 4 ) Teams: Golf (3), Hockey ( 3 . 4 ) . Tennis ( 3 ) , Foot- ball (3. a) Objective: College MERVIN L. CARLSEN •■Dod " In the still of the night. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Chemist Clubs: Chemistry (3). Chess Objective: College DOMINIC G. CARUSO ■Dan " I ' d rather be right. Hobby: Pigeon raising Ambition: Doctor First Lieutenant Objective: College JOHN J. CARUSONE ■ ' Carrots ■ Live and learn. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Success in Business First Lieutenant Teams: Track (2. 3. 4). Baseball (2. 3) Objective: College EMILIO CASAL " Mammy " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Career Honors: Lawrence Prizes S2. S3, F and D, Honor Roll (2, 3) 5A Objective: Bentley Business College RAYMOND J. CASCIO " Ray " Virtue is its own record. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant First Lieutenant Objective: Bentlcy ' s School of Accounting WALTER F. CASSELL ■ Ivasanoff He applies himself to his duly. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Annapolis Honors: Honor Roll (i, 2), Alumni Committee Teams Baseball (2, 3), Co- Captain (4). Hockey (4), Track ( 2 . 3 , 4 ) Objective: Boston College ANTHONY A, CASSETTA ■Toney " Live today and look to the future. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Second Lieutenant Obj.ctive: Northeastern (23) JOHN ERNEST CATALDO ■ ' Jack " V ' leni, vieni, vieni. Hobby: " Sparking " , Stamp Collecting Ambition: Advertising Honors: Room Councillor ( I ) , Track Squad. Honor Guard Cadet Captain Teams: Track (2) Objective: African Hunting Expedition BARTHOLOMEW CAWLEY Buddy " What you are going to be; you are now becoming . Hobby: Relaxing Ambition: Mattress Tester Honors: Room Captain (3) Teams: Football (2, 4) Objective: Business School JOHN F. CAWLEY " Caw -Caw " Be superior to thy neighbor. Hobby: Music Ambition : Popular Orchestra Clubs: Orchestra (i), Band ( I ) Objective: Boston University YEE Y. CHEE Only the best are chosen. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Photographer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Second Lieutenant Objective: Newspaper Work FORTUNATO V. CARELLI " Kid Chick ' CHIC- Thou art a man. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Reporter Honors: Athletic Captain I. 2), Student Councilor Second Lieutenant Clubs: Stamp Club (i) Objective: Boston University RENATO A. CIAMMA " Sport " Now the Work goes bravely on. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To see the world Teams: Track Objective: College WILLIAM CIAMPA " Sport " He who works, succeeds. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To sec the world Teams: Track Objective: College DAVID S. CLAFLIN " Spats " Don ' t tell. Lemme guess. Hobby: Traveling Ambition: Salesman Honors: Honor Roll (2) First Lieutenant (4) Clubs: Chemistry (3). Rifle (4). Objective: Sales Manager DAVID D. CLANCY " King " Clothes make the man. Hobby: Reading Ambition : Business Success Honors: Honor Roll (2), Room Councilor First Lieutenant Clubs: French. Debating, Glee. " Record " Staff ' Fcams: Football {2, 3, 4), Baseball (2). Track (2. 3. 4) Objective: Boston College FRANCIS L. CLEGG " Fran " Honest as the day is long. Hobby: Skiing Ambition: New Eng. Tel. fcS Tel. Clubs: Glee Teams: Assistant Manager Hockey. Track ( i . 3 ) Objective: Franklin Institute JAMES P. CLUNE " Jim " Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Honors: Honor Roll ( 1 ) Objective: University of Maine ANDREW F. COFFEY " Arsh " Veni, Vidi, Vici. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honors: A. A. Room Capt- ain {3), Alumni Assoc (4), Individual Prize Drummer (2) Teams: Football (4), Base- ball (3) Objective: Fordham a u u ■J Q ± (J T y u . ' 24) u z z I h h h Z U U h y z HARVEY H. COHEN " English " Still waters run deep. Hobby; Basketball Ambition: To be successful Honors: Indiviclual Prize Teams : Track ( 4 ) Objective: Tufts College JOHN COLLUCCINI " Johnny " The poet IS all knowing. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Doctor Objective: College NATHANIEL COLOSSI " Nat " True wisdom is rare. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Honors: Home Room Spelling Bee Champ.. Individual Prize Objective: Business School THOMAS P. COMER " Tom " Think not of tomorrow , today. Hobby: Books Ambition: To be a success Honors: Athletic Captain Teams: Football (3. 4), Track ( 2 . 3 . 4 ) Objective: Boston College JOSEPH M. CONCANNON " Streaky " A man throughout. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To be a success Honors: Ind. Prize Winner. Captain of the 1939 Track Team Teams: Track (3. 4), Foot- ball (2. 4) Objective: College WILLIAM D. CONLEY " Knock " Mama, that moon is here again. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Accountant Clubs: Glee Club (3) Objective: Bentley ' s THOMAS J. CONLON " Tom " W 70SC words all ears took captive. Hobby : Sports Ambition: To be a Million- aire Honors: Individual Prize (3) Lieutenant Clubs: Golf Club Objective: College RAYMOND A. CONNER " Ray " Is zat so. ' ' Hobby: Sports Ambition: Radio Operator Objective: Wentworth Insti- tute PAUL F. CONNINGTON Pa ul " Happy am T. from care I ' m free. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Salesman Clubs: Aviation Teams: Baseball JOSEPH A. CONNOLLY " Joe " came, I saw, and they conquered. Hobby: Dancing Honors: Room Councilor (3). A in Civics First Sergeant Clubs: Golf Club Objective: Bentley ' s PAUL CONNOR " Spud " Hail fellow, well met. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Accountant THOMAS CONNOR " Tom " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Engineer Objective: St. John ' s (25) i i3Ml ANTHONY J. CONTILLI ■Chief " Dcvds not words. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Baseball Player Staff Officer Objective: Business Executive ALFRED J. CONTRADA ' Tarzan " Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Honor Roll (2), I A . Lawrence Prize F and D Objective: College ROBERT E. CORNELL ■Bob ' This is the life. Hobby: Mechanics Ambition: Electrical Engineer Teams : Track ( 4 ) Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity MICHAEL J. CORRAO ■ Tather " Walking life ' s sequestered path Hobby: Music Ambition: Court Steno- grapher GEORGE T. COTTO " Gcorgie " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Successful Business Man Honors: Spelling Bee Home- room Champion ( 2 ) Teams: Rifle Objective: Business College JOSEPH D. COSTANZA " Joe " Nothing is impossible. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sports Writer Objective: College THOMAS E. COYLE " Spot Cash " They shall not pass. Hobby: Collecting Ambition: G-Man Objective: College JOHN F. CREAMER " Doc " Whistle, and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Rifle practice Ambition: Sports reporter JOSEPH H. CREMIN " Little Caesar " What do you hear from the mob ' Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Business Man Objective: To get a job RICHARD J. T. CRONIN " Joe " Wise to resolve and patient to perform. Hobby: Hoping Ambition: Politician Honors: Honor Roll (2). Room Councilor, Si Law- rence Prize Cadet Captain Objective: Millionaire JAMES J. CROSBY " Jim " A sailor he should be. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Business Executive Honors: Athletic Captain (3) Cadet Captain Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity RALPH CRUIKSHANK " Cruikie ' ' yes said 3.3808 I Flobby: Writing Ambition: Teacher Clubs: French Club Teams: Track Team (4) Objective: Bowdoin College Q y ■J T U y (26) u z JL I h h Z U U h y z IL LHONARD R. CRUMLEY " Lcn " Ahl What a life. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: United Slates Naval OfTiccr Teams: f-ootball (3), Track (3) Objective; United States Navy FRANCIS T. CULLEN " Muscles " A big man with big ideas. Hobby: Photography Ambition: C. P. A. Honors: Honor Roll Clubs: Debating Teams: Debating Objective: Bentley ' s JOSEPH J. CULLEN ■Kiki " hardly ever repent. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sports Writer Clubs: Golf (3, 4) Objective: New York Times MATTHEW J. CUMMINGS " Matt " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Roller-skating Ambition: Civil Engineer Objective: Dartmouth College GEORGE A. CURRIE " AUie " You took the words right out of my mouth. Hobby: Dancing Objective: Millionaire SARO F. CURRO " Sul " Taki Mr. B. Hobby: Law Ambition: Lawyer Cadet Captain Objective: To pass the Bar Exam. JOSEPH F. CUSIMANO ' Cusie ' Great oaks from Utile acorns grow. Hobby: Flowers Ambition: Clerk Clubs: Social Center Teams: Basketball JOSEPH DAGOSTINO " Doc " Don ' t count your chickens before they are hatched. Hobby: Music Ambition: Chemical Engineer First Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. « D. (2) Objective: College GEORGE P. DALEY Live and let live. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Business College JAMES V. DALY " Knocker " He means well who does well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Teams : Track ( i , 2 ) Objective: Win P. G. A. golf tournament LONGIN L. DANISZEWSKI " Danny " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Multi-millionaire Honors: Honor Roll (i) Objective: Work and sleep WILLIAM X. DAVIS " Bill " A great pal. Flobby: Swimming Ambition: Electrical engineer Honors: A in D3, Lawrence Prize (F and D) Clubs: Rifle Cadet Captain Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity (27) ; EDWARD N. DEEB " Tarzan " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Drawing Ambition : Doctor Second Lieutenant Objective: College DOMENIC R. DE FRANCO •Dick " keep my true worth hidden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Musician Objective: Harvard Con- servatory of Music CHARLES J. DEFREN ■Duke ' And even this shall pass away. Hobby: Taxidermy Ambition: Surgeon Clubs: Chemistry Club Teams: Track Objective: Boston University DANTE A. DEFRONZO " Danny " Fortune comes to him who seeks her. Hobby: Model Airplanes Ambition : C. P. A. Objective: Boston University ROBERT J. DE GIACOMO " Bob " Only the best are chosen. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honors: Room Councillor. Dance Committee First Lieutenant Clubs: Camera Club (2) Teams: Track (i. 2. Football (4). Tennis (i. 3 4) Objective: College RAYMOND F. DELANEY " Ray " Quorum magna par fui. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Orchestra leader Objective: College ANTHONY P. DE LORENZO " Tony " A good mixer. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity VINCENT M. DE LUCCA " Vinny ' A man of few words. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Mcteoroligist Objective: Columbia GEORGE A. DEMAREE Clothes make the man. Hobby: Fishing Ambition : Doctor Honors: Honor Roll (2). I A Second Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Harvard ARTHUR W. DESMOND " Art " I ' m shoottn ' high. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Civil Service Teams: Track (2. 3) Objective: College WIILIAM T. DESMOND " Dcssy " English High, the milestone on the road to success. Hobby: Yachting Ambition : Maritime Captain First Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity PAUL H. DEWAN " Kip " Play hard : fight hard. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : B. F. D. Captain Teams: Baseball (2) y u mi Q ± J Z u h 1 {28) u h £ h T U y h y z y y w ORLANDO R. DI BLASIO ■Rollo " The man of the hour. Hobby: Politics Ambition: Lawyer Second Lieutenant Objective: Supreme Court Bench LEO W. DIEHL " Bam " The summit is not too high. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant First Lieutenant Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Bentley School of Accounting CHAS. J. DI FRANCESCO Virtue is its own reward. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition : Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). 2A . Chemistry Laboratory Assistant Captain Objective: College JOHN A. DI GIORGIO " George A good man. tried and true. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Author Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) Lawrence Prize Winner in I2. F. KD. Objective: Harvard College PETER L. DILLON " Happy " like work, play, and study. Hobby : Music Ambition : Orchestra Leader Teams: Baseball (3) Objective: Bates ARCHIE DI MANNO " Bomber " The man of the hour. Hobby: Boxing Objective: M. I. T. Ambition: Engineer MARIO DI MEO " Marty " It ' s good to he merry. I lobby: Photography Ambition: Accountant Second Lieutenant Honors: Home Room Councillor ( 3 ) Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: Bentley s WILLIAM R. DINE " Bill " Life ' s too short to worry. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Military Officer Captain Honors: Honor Roll (2) Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: West Point JULIUS DINOFF " Dinny " Why. he ' s a man of steel. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Pharmacist Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy ANTHONY DI PIETRO " Tony " Industry makes all things easy. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : To be worthy of my friends Second Lieutenant Honors: Home Room Spell- ing winner (2. 3 . 4 ) Objective: Success in business JOHN DI SCIULLO " Mussolini " Always ready and willing. Hobby: Stamp collecting Ambition: Teacher Objective: Boston University JOHN J. DOHERTY " Red " Modest, not shy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Politician Lieutenant Clubs: Camera Club Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Suffolk Law School (29) JOHN P. DOHERTY Haste makes waste. Hobby; Numismatics Ambition: Business man WILLIAM S. DOHERTY •BUI ' am monarch of all I survey. Hobby : Sports Ambition ; Coach Honors: Captain of Hockey Team (4) Clubs: Glee Club Teams: Hockey (4). Base- ball (3) Objective: Dartmouth JOHN DOLAN " Rosy " Never say die. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Millionaire Clubs: Glee Club (3) AMERICO P. DOMENINCI " Rico " Who knows what the morrow will bring. ' Hobby: Basket Ball Ambition: State Trooper Captain RICHARD V. DONNELLAN " Dick " Deeds, not words. Hobby: Horses Ambition: Philanthropist Honors: Dance Committee (4) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Math (4) Objective: College DANIEL P. DONNELLY " Do-nuts " love the life 7 live. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Army Officer Honors: Athletic Captain (2) Captain Teams: Baseball (2) Objective: Boston University LEO C. DONOHUE " Leo the Lion " Belter late than never. Hobby: Numismatics Ambition: Education Honors: Room Councilor ( 2 ) . F. a D. Prize ( 2 ) Captain Objective: Adventurer EDWARD A. DONOVAN " Eddie " Keep going ' till you reach the top. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Execu- tive Teams : Baseball { 2 ) Objective: Boston College EDWARD H. DONOVAN " Alabama " The king of good fellows. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Philanthropist Honors: Picture Committee. (4). Room Councilor (4) Teams: F-ootball (4), Base- ball (2) JOHN F. DONOVAN " Lefty " We heard you the first time. Flobby : Sports Ambition: College Honors: Room Councilor ( 2 ) , Athletic Captain ( i ) Clubs: Current Events Club Teams: Baseball (3). Track ( I ) . Tennis ( 3 ) Objective: University of Southern California PAUL R. DONOVAN " Dunnie " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Flobby: Amateur Radio Clubs: Current Events (3) Teams: Golf (3). Baseball ( 2 ) Objective: College THOMAS F. DONOVAN " Tom " Life is loo sweet to worry. Hobby : Music Ambition : Musician First Lieutenant Honors: Record Staff (3, 4), Picture Committee (4) Teams: Track (2. 3) Objective: College (30) u z z I h h Z y y h y z y g y WM. A. DONOVAN, JR. ■Wesley " 7 7 e man of the hour. Hobby: S.iiling Ambition: Advertising Mgr. I irst Lieutenant Teams: Traci ( 1 ) . Hockey Objective: Lawrence Academy and Harvard CHARLES E. DOREY Ltfe IS short, live it long and iccU. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Musician Clubs: Blue and Blue Skate Club Teams: Hockey Objective: Diesel Engineering JOSEPH DOWNEY ■■J. W. " Nothing is impossible. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemical Engineer Ob jective : M. .1 T. EDMUND A. DOYLE " Little Eddie " Make hay while the sun shines. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To play for the Red Sox Objective: College JOHN J. DOYLE " Johnny " All the world is a mistake. Hobby: Swing music Ambition : Mason Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Wentworth Inst. CHESTER L. DREW, JR. " Chct " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemist Second Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity EDWARD P. DUFFY " Duff " A winning smile brings him friends. Hobby: Golf Ambition: To be successful Captain Honors: Room Councilor, Athletic Captain Clubs: Secretary of Golf Club and Glee Club Teams: Rifle, Football Objective: C. P. A. HERBERT DUGAN " Dinty Bug " Size arrives on wings of time. Hobby: Roller Skating Ambition : Nautical School Honors: Room Councilor, Athletic Captain Objective: Band Leader JOHN W. DUKE " Jack " A man with intellectual abilities. Hobby: Amateur Photogra- pher Ambition: Commercial Pho- tographer Honors: President, Camera Club (4). " Record " Staff (2, 3) Clubs:- Camera ( i, 2, 3, 4) Objective: Franklin Institute EDWARD T. DUNNE " Eddie " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Music Ambition: Professional Mu- sician Clubs: Boston School Sym- phony Band (4), Art Staff Record ( 3 ) Objective: New England Conservatory of Music ROBERT J. DUWORS " Rob " An honest man is well admired. Hobby: Athletics Ambition : Physician Honors: Room Councilor (i, 4), Vice-president student council (4), Executive Committee (4) Clubs: Debating, Math. Teams: Baseball (2, 3) Objective: Tufts Medical BENEDICT EDMONDS. Jr. " Ste wie " Let us have peace. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honors: Athletic Captain Teams: Football (2), Hock- ey (4) Objective: Dartmouth (3O mm - LOUIS S. ELIAS Charm strikes the sight: merit ivins the soul. Hobby : Music Ambition: Orchestra Leader Honors: Room Captain, Sp. Octet ( 3 ) Clubs: Glee Club (3. 4) Objective: Harvard BOLESLAV ERICKSON ■•BUI " And still the wonder grew Hobby: Woodworking Honor Roll ( i. 2. 3) 4A Lieutenant Objective: Wcntworth JOHN E. FAHEY " Lefty " Every man is the son of his works. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: To get a good job Objective: Dartmouth JOHN P. FAY " Johnny " Let us have peace. Hobby: Photography Ambition: C. P. A. Clubs : Glee (2, 3 , 4 ) . Camera ( 3 ) . Rifle Objective: Business School JOSEPH P. FEENEY " Skinbones " Why think of tomorrow? Live for today. Llobby: Dancing Honors: Individual Prize Winner Teams: Football manager (3) JOSEPH FELZANI " Joey " A little goes a long way. Hobby: Music Ambition: Pharmacist Honors: Individual Prize Clubs: Orchestra Teams: Tennis (4) Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy HAROLD C. FERNER " Doc " It ' s good to he merry. Hobby: Soilless Agriculture Ambition : To Travel Objective: Success MARIO A. FERRANTE " Emperor " [•lushed With success, yet modest withal. Hobby: Typewriting Ambition: Musician Honors: Lawrence Prize, T2. Special merit in military co- operation Cadet Captain Objective: New England Con- servatory of Music FRANCIS H. FERRARO " Honey Foo " Fortune comes to him who seeks her. Hobby: Automobile racing Ambition: Surgeon Clubs: Tennis Teams: Assistant Track Man ager Objective: Harvard College LAWRENCE J. FERRITER " Larry " They shall not pass. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Engineer Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston College JOHN F. FIELD " Jack " Every man is the maker of his own fortune. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Salesman Honors: Room Councilor JAMES FILLIS " Jimmy " Whistle and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Cruising the Cor- ridors Honors: Lawrence Prize E3. Honor Roll ( i ) , Record Staff (2. 3 . 4 ) , Literary Editor. Chairman of Song Committee. Individual Prize Objective: College U g u u J 1 u u (32J WILLIAM B. LINE EDWARD J. LITZPATRICK " Biir ' Life is too sLVee! to worry. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Artist Honors: Scholarship in Art. Special Merit in Military Drill Cadet Captain Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Mass. School of Art BERNARD J. EINN " Happy " With a charming personality Hobby: Radio Ambition : Salesman ' Titzy " Life is a jest. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Composer Clubs: Vice-President of Stamp Club Objective; New England Conservatory of Music JOHN JOSEPH FLAHERTY ■■Duke " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Record Typist Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: Boston University JOHN M. FIORE " Johnny " All feet cannot wear one shoe. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honors: Lawrence Prize in M. Honor Roll ( i . 2, 3 ) , E 8 D. (2, 3) 9A . Ath- letic Captain (3). Secretary- Treasurer of Math Club. Room Councilor (4) Clubs: Math. Objective: M. L T. ANTHONY J. FIORILLO ' ■Tony ' know a trick worth two of that. Hobby: Race Horses Ambition: Electrical Engineer Ciptain Objective: Northeastern JOSEPH EISHER ■■Fish " To bed, you retired banker. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: U. S. N. Aviator Honors: Honor Roll (3). Individual Prize { 3 ) First Lieutenant ARTHUR FITZPATRICK ■ ' Eitz ' Life IS infinite opportunity. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Teams: Track (i). Baseball ( I ) Objective: Boston College Business Administration JOHN S. FLAHERTY ■Legs " What IS good for the goose, IS good for the gander. Hobby: Electricity Ambition: Telephone Line- man Honors: Spelling Bee Winner Team : Assistant Track Man- ager (4) Objective: Work JAMES L. FLANAGAN ■■Jimmie " He who rises late never does a good day ' s work. Hobby: Airplanes Ambition: Millionaire Objective: College WILLIAM J. FLEMING " Sneezy " O! Appeaser of our hungry appetites. Flobby : Sports Objective: Work JAMES EDWARD FLYNN ■■Jimmie " Always ready and willing. Hobby: Botany Ambition: Journalist Honors: Room Council (2. 3. 4). Student Council (2). Honor Roll ( I ) . Junior Delegate to both Student Council Conventions. Spell- ing Bee Winner (2. 3). Math Club. Secretary-Treas- urer. Junior and Senior Class. Lawrence Prize F a D (2) . ■Record " staff contributor Cadet Lieutenant Objective: College (33J JAMES N. FLYNN " Jim " Saw a thought, and reap an act. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Make money Clubs: Chemistry. Debating Objective: College WILLIAM A. FLYNN " Grumpy " Good things come from heaven. Hobby: Aviation Ambition : Aviator Objective: Work JOSEPH E. FOLEY " Flash " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby: Golf Ambition: To Break loo Objective: College FRANK L. FOLLANSBEE " Perfect-Boy " All I ask is to be left alone. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Author Objective: To sec the world VINCENT J. FONTANO " Spud " Like father, like son. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: To make good Objective: Work TITO FORCELLESE " Sg witz " Silence is golden. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Designer Lieutenant Objective: Cybrick School PETER P. FORTUNA " Pete " A good man, tried and true. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Honors: Athletic Captain (2. 3). Room Councilor (4) Lawrence Prize B2, F a D Prize (I. 2) . 8A , Honor Roll ( i , 2, 3 ) Library Corps (2, 3 ) Cadet Cantain Teams: Track Team (2), Honor Guard (2. 3, 4), Track Squad (2. 3, 4) Objective: Boston University C. B. A. RICHARD W. FRANCIS " Dick " Where there ' s a will there ' s a way... Hobby: Swimming Ambition: To be successful Honors: Track (2. 3. 4) Clubs: Art Teams: Track (i. 2, 3, 4) Objective: Post Office Work BERNARD FRIEDMAN " Bernie ' Don ' t worry till the time comes. Hobby: Aeronautics Ambition: Aeronautical Engi- neer Clubs: German Club. Record Staff Objective: Tufts PHILIP LESLIE FRIEND " Les " Labor Omnia Vincit. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviator Clubs: Stamp Club. Aviation Club Objective: M. I. T. FRANCIS D. FUREY " Frankie ' ' Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Army Officer Honors: Switchboard Oper- ator (3, 4) Lieutenant Club: Rifle Club Objective: West Point LAWRENCE GALLAGHER " Franny " The hardest climbed rung IS the first. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Staff Officer Objective: Boston College Q y mi Q Z u u (34) JOSEPH A. GANGEMI ■Bashful " All ' s LL ' L-ll that ends well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Medical Profession Objective: College GEORGE GANJIAN " Sweet-Pea " Presents make the heart grow fonder. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Business College JAMES LOUIS GARDNER " Jimmy " Always in the nick of time. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Musician Cadet Captain Clubs: Orchestra Objective: Boston University IRVING GARFINKEL " Gary " This above all: to thine own self be true. Ilobbv: Declamation Ambition: C. P. A. Lieutenant Teams: Track (2, 3 ) Objective: Boston University C. B. A. JAMES D. GARRITY " Hank " A mighty man behind the pen. Objective: U. S. Coast Guard Academy JOHN GARTLAND " Speed " Courage before all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To travel Teams: Football Objective: To be a baseball player (35 VINCENT P. GEROIR " Hun jry " Laugh your way through life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: President Objective: Boston College ELI GETTLEMAN " Gettle ' Oh, for the life of the sea. Hobby: Automobile Mechan- ics Ambition: Linotype Operator Objective: Work JOSEPH GIAMBARRESI " Giamby " Business is business. Hobby: Writing Ambition: Newspaper Man Lieutenant Objective: Newspaper Work GLENN W. GIBBONS " Gib " Work hard, play harder. Hobby: Traveling Ambition: Army Aviator Clubs: Camera. Aviation Objective; Army Aerial Ob- servation Corps ROBERT P. GILLOOLY " Bob " No man was ever wise by chance. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Business Man Honors: lA , Honor Roll ( 1 . 3 ) . Headmaster ' s Aid Cadet Captain Clubs: President of the Math Club Objective: Harvard College JOHN J. GLENNON " Jack " Don ' t count your chickens before they ' re hatched. Hobby: Sports Honors: Athletic Captain Lieutenant Objective: Boston University ARTHUR V. GLETSTAIN ■ Red Sails " He does much who does a little li- ' ell. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Sports Writer Honors: Individual Prize Winner (2, 3) Lieutenant Objective: College L. S. V. JAMES GLYNN •■Flash " Inquire not loo curiously. Hobby: Cartooning Ambition : Sports Writer Objective: Notre Dame EUGENE G. GOGGIN ' Gene " Education pays the way Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Man Objective: Boston University RAYMOND GOLDBERG ■■Weeper " Getting some fun out of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Electrical Engineer Honors: Library Corps (2. 3, 4), Honor Roll (2. 3) 4A Clubs: German Lieutenant Objective: M. L T. ABRAHAM GOLDEN ■■Abe " Hobby : Radio Ambition: Chemical Engineer Captain Honors: Individual Prize, Home Room Spelling Bee Clubs: German Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity SAMUEL N. GOLDMAN ■■Sam " Lose no chance of giving pleasure. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Business Lieutenant Objective: College y STANLEY S. GOLDMAN ■■Stan " A most fertile and potential seed Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honors; Honor Roll (i) Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry (4) Teams: Tennis (4) Objective: M. I. T. CARL B. GOLDSTEIN ■Goldie " Hobby: Eating Ambition: Business executive Colonel Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Chess (2.4). Current Events (4). Chemistry (4) Teams: Tennis (4) Objective: Boston University GENE GOLDSTEIN ■■Oglethorpe " Never spit against the wind. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Engineer Objective: M. I. T. JAMES J. GOODMAN ■■Bunny " Where there ' s a will there ' s a way. Hobby: Dramatics Ambition: Doctor Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) I A , Spelling Champion (2) Cadet Staff Captain Clubs: Math. Chemistry. Tennis. Current Events, Stamp Objective: College JULIAN B. GOUSE ■ ■ Julie ' A new broom sweeps clean. Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Mechanical Engin- eer Honors: Honor Roll (3). Whinner of Radio Quiz, Contest. Vice-Chairman of Winter Prom Committee. Clubs: Chemistry Club (3), President of Chemistry (4). Lab. Assistant (4). Mathe- matics Club (4). Camera Club Teams: Manager of Tennis ( 3 ) . Captain of Tennis ( 4 ) Objective: M. I. T. ERNEST L. GOWEN. JR. ■■Ernie " We are only what we make ourselves. Hobby: Paleontology Ambition: To do good Clubs: Stamp (2. 3. 4). Chemistry (2. 3). Aviation (2. 3 ) . Camera ( 3 . 4 ) Teams: Track (i. 2. 3. 4) Objective: A Happily Married Life (36) y z z 1 h h Z y y h y z y y CHARLES M. GRADY " Carlos " Labor is It ring. Hobby; Mechanic JAMES R. GREATOREX ' ' Ceemy " Wearing his ivisdom lightly. Hobby: Model Airplanes Ambition: Engineer Clubs : Stamp ( 2 ) Teams : Track (2, 3 ) Objective: M. I. T. ROBERT L. GREEN " Bob " What a plague it is to be too handsome. Hobby: Photographer Ambition: Business Honors: 4A . Honor Roll (2, 3) Cadet Captain Clubs: Chemistry (4). Camera ( 3 ) , Current Events Teams: Tennis Manager (4) Objective: Tufts DAVID GROLNIC " Dave " The wise man never loses his temper. Hobby: Coin Collecting Honors: Switchboard Oper- ator Second Lieutenant Objective: Bentley ' s School of Accounting and Finance WILLIAM GRUGNALE " Billy " The eagle does no t catch flies. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Radio Repairer Clubs: Glee Club Teams: Baseball Objective: Work EDMUND J. GRUNDY " Eddie " Pike ' s Peak and then some. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Accountant Second Lieutenant Objective: Bentley ' s School of Accounting CARLO F. GUIDETTI " Charlie " As is the ivorkman so is the work Hobby: Photography Ambition: Electrical Engineer Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity HALLEM N. HADDAD " Hal " We are only what we make ourselves. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Medical Doctor Honors: Honor Roll (2), Room Councilor (2. 3) 2A First Lieutenant Teams: Football Manager (4) Objective: Boston College EDWARD J. HALEY ■■Ej " An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Admiral Objective: Navy LA FORREST A. HALL Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Seaman Honors: Third in State Meet Clubs: Glee Teams: Track Letterman (2, 3. 4) Objective: Navy WELLINGTON J. " Jabber " HALL came, I saw, and they conquered. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Accountant Teams: Football, Track (i, 2) Objective: Northeastern ARTHUR HAND " Arta " Life is so short. Hobby : Sports Ambition: To Get Job Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Business a Good (37) ROBERT J. HANNON " Bob " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Broker Clubs: Current Events (i) Teams : Track ( i , 2) Objective: Business CHARLES V. HANSON " Bud " Knowledge is power. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Journalist-Photo- grapher Honors: Individual Prize Drill ( 3 ) . Home Room Captain ( i ) First Lieutenant Clubs: Aviation Club Teams: Baseball (3. 4) Objective: Brown University THOMAS W. HARDY " Caribou " Modesty and sdence. Honors: Captain (2, 3) Staff Officer Clubs: Glee (4). Tennis ( 3 ) , Camera ( 3 ) Teams: Rifle Team (4) HARRY E. HAROIAN " Hooker " The game is up. Hobby: Billiards Ambition: Orchestra Leader Honors: Manager Hockey Team ( 4 ) Second Lieutenant Teams: Baseball (3. 4) Objective: Duke College IRVING HARRIS " Sonny " The moon got in my eyes. Hobby: Trumpet playing Ambition: Business Clubs: Music Club Objective: College JOHN F. HASSON " Jack " I ' m in my glory. Hobby: Cruising Ambition: Engineer Objective: College EDWARD J. HALEY " Ed " Be not wise in thine own eyes. Ambition: College Hobby: Sports Clubs: Aviation Objective: College JAMES T. HAYES " Jimmie " After the battle, the reward. Hobby: Roller Skating Ambition: Business Objective: To Graduate LEO P. HAYES " Wunk " A member of Honor ' s famous train. Hobby: Radio Objective: Navy THOMAS V. HAYES " Bullets " Always ready to do his bit. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Football Objective: Business WILLIAM W. HAYHURST To be or not to be. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Executive Clubs: Current Events (i) Teams : Track (1.2) Objective: Boston University PATRICK P. HEALY " Deacon " Appreciates the joys of life. Hobby: Scouting Ambition: Ball Player Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Glee (2. 3) Teams: Baseball (3), Track (2) Objective : Boston College w u u z u u f (38) y z h £ h Z U U h u z JOHN O. HERMAN " Bing " know a Irick worth livo of that. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aviation Honors: Home Room Spell- ing Champ ( 3 ) Objective; Machinist JOHN C. HEYER " Hires " Business is business. Hobby: Eating Ambition: Banker Honors: Switchboard Oper- ator Objective: Northwestern Uni- versity ROBERT A. HICKEY " Bob " Listen my children and youse shall hear Hobby: Golf Ambition : Teacher Honors: Room Councilor (i) Clubs: Rifle (4) Objective: College VINCENT G. HICKEY " Vin " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby: Expert Taster Ambition: Politician Honors: Athletic Captain (3). Football Captain (4) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football (2. 3. 4), Baseball ( 3 ) Objective: Duke University CHARLES H. HICKSON " Hick " Better late than never. Hobby: Cameras Ambition: Chemical Engineer Objective: College JAMES F. HIGGINS " Chick " Life is too siueet to worry. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Naval Officer Honors: Record Staff ( i, 2. Current Events. Glee 3) Clubs Club Teams: Hockey (3), Base- ball (2. 3), Track, Foot- ball Objective: Annapolis LESLIE A. HINDS " Lcs " None hut the brace deserve the fair. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Lawyer Honors: Honor Roll (1). Room Councilor Cadet Captain Clubs: Debating. Glee. Band Teams: Football. Baseball Objective: Boston University MARTIN F. HOGAN " Shanty " Labor Omnia Vincit. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Millionaire Honors: Room Captain Teams: Football. Baseball. Track Objective: Notre Dame C. B. A. JOHN J. HOGARTY " Jack " Between the devil and the deep blue sea. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Jitterbug Teams: Football (4). Hock- ey ( 3 ) JOHN M. HOLLAND " Dutchy " Cool and calm. Hobby; Baseball Ambition: Business Honors; Honor Roll (2, 3). Lawrence Prize F7 Second Lieutenant Teams: Baseball (2. 3) Objective: Notre Dame BERJ HOOGASIAN " Hoagy " What ' s the end of fame. Hobby; Horseback Riding Ambition: Translator Honors: Switchboard Opera- tor Cadet Captain Clubs; Photography (i. 3). Stamp ( 1 ) Teams: Track Objective; Executive MARTIN HOWARD " Marty ' And still the wonder grew. Hobby: Collecting pictures Ambition ; Opera Singer Honors; Athletic Captain (3. 4). State Champ Shot Put Teams; Football (2. 3. 4). Track ( 1 . 2. 3 . 4 ) , Base- ball ( I ) Objective; Alabama (39) JEREMIAH E. HURLEY " Jerry " Fleet of fool. Hobby; Swimming Ambition: Business Objective; Boston University ROBERT F. HURLEY " Nitch " The quiet mind is rich. Hobby; Sports Ambition ; Salesman Objective; Massachusetts State College ANTHONY P. lANDOLI " Bucky " A big man with big ideas. Hobby; Stamp collecting Ambition; Major League Ball Player Honors: Honor Roll (2). I A Cadet Captain Objective; Coast Guard Academ y ALBERT W. lANNELLI " Iron-Bair A lofty aim is to be praised. Ambition: Millionaire Cadet Captain FRANK R. lANNESSA " Cleek " No life can be dreary when work is delight. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Accountant F ' irst Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern ARTHUR lATROPOULOS " Bab " I ' d rather be right. Hobby; Bowling Ambition: Lawyer Objective: To sec the world FRANK J. INGEGNERI " Injun " Silence is golden. Hobby: Reading Ambition : C. P. A. Honors: Lawrence Prize B3 and Pi. Honor Roll (1. 3; 4A Captain Objective: Bcntlcy ' s CHAS. INTERBARTOLO " Bottle " Appreciate the joys of life. Hobby; Swimming Ambition: Army Officer Second Lieutenant Objective: Army FRED J. lOVANNI " Srumba " You ' re a sweetheart. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Salesman Objective: Harvard VINCENT O. IPPOLITO " Jim " We ' re all good fellows together. Hobby: Cross word Puzzles Ambition : Objective ; Banker College WILLIAM J. ISBESTER " Bill " Fate is with ihose who persevere. Hobby; Reading Ambition; Business Objective; Bentlcy ' s JOSEPH H. JAHJAH " Joe " He has an eye for beauly. Hobby; Clay Modeling Ambition; Sculptor Honors: Lawrence Prize F. K D.. Room Councilor ' 1 Captain Objective; Art School (40) (J y u (J O T y y h ± h Z U y h y z y y WALTER J. JELSKI " Walla " The makings of a solcher. Hobby: Bowling Ambition : Civil Engineer Teams: Track (2. 3, 4) Objective: M. I. T. ROBERT E. JOHNSON ■Bob " The summit is not too high. Hobby: Aeroolanes Ambition: Navy Honors: Room Captain. Honor Roll ( 2 ) Cmtain Objective: Annapolis JOSEPH G. JOSEPH " Tige " Is this the waif to the top ' Ilobby: Sports mbition: Banker Honors: Honor Roll (2. r-irst Lieutenant Objective: Boston University OLIVER J. JOYCE 3) " Rocky " W 70 knoLVs most says the least. Hobby: Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Honors: Individual Prize Captain Clubs: Teams : Current Events Football (3. 4), 4 ) , Baseball Track ( 2 . 3 (2, 3) Objective: Bentley ' s THOMAS G. JUDGE " Tom " The game is up. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Business Clubs: Current Events Club. Stamp Club Teams: Baseball (3). Track ( 3 ) Objective: Bentley ' s BERNARD KAHN " Bernie " He stands above the smoke and stir. Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (3) Second Lieutenant Objective: College rOTIOS G. KARTHAS " Forty " like work. play, and study Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Man Captain Teams: Track (3), Honor Guard (3) Objective: C. P. A. PETER A. KATSINES " Pete " Regular guy. hlobby : Pleasure Ambition : C. P. A. Teams: Honor Guard. Trick Squad ( 3 ) Objective: Bentley ' s DAVID S. KAZAKA " Zckc " He IS a merry desperado. Hobby: Writing Ambition: Pharmacist Objective: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy JOSEPH R. KEEZING " Joe " The wise shall understand. Hobby: Numismatist Ambition: Business First Lieutenant Teams: Baseball (2) Objective: Tufts GEORGE J. KELLEY " Bud " Wherever the fates lead us. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Clubs: Current Events Objective: Boston University JOHN D. KELLEY " Kell " A face that never loses its smile. Hobby: Aeroplanes Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Clubs: Record Staff, Chemis- try (Vice Pres.). Current Events. Chess. Debating. German. Tennis, Math Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Coast Guard Aca- demy (41 JOHN F. KELLEY ■■Jit " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby: Collecting nickels Ambition: Success Teams: Baseball (2). Track (2. 3) Objective: Bcntley s ROBERT E. KELLEY •Bob ' Vain IS the help from all men. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Business man Honors: Room Councilor (4). Key Room asst. (3), Library asst.. Honor Roll (2). Record Staff (4). Picture Committee, 3A Captain Clubs: Glee Club (2, 4) Teams: Debating Objective: College THOMAS KELLEY " Denny ■ J a efer see a dream walking. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To find a new theory on sleep Teams: Hockey Objective: University of Southern California WILLIAM J. KELLY ■■Kel ' love the life I live. Hobby : Aviation Ambition: Military Officer Honors: Individual Prize (3) Captain Teams: Track (3. 4) Objective: Military life DONALD P. KENEFICK •Don " As full of wit as an egg ' s full of meat. Hobby: Sleeping Ambition: To get to bed Honors: Contributing Editor Record ( 2 . 3 . 4 ) Lieutenant Clubs: Debating (2. 3) Objective: College JAMES F. KENNEDY " Jimmie " This world belongs to the energetic. Hobby: Piano playing Ambition: Teacher Honors: Spelling Bee Winner { I ) Lieutenant Clubs: Room Councilor (2, Objective: College JOSEPH P. KENNEY " Joe " Slop, you ' re breaking my heart! Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Success Honors: Room Athletic Captain Teams: Football (2,4) Objective: Work GEORGE E. KENT, JR. ■■Joe " It s good to be merry and wise. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: German Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity KIERAN E. KILDAY ••Ken Yes, my lad, I won the war. Hobby: Drawing Ambition : Illustrator Honors: Art Staff " Record " Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Mass. School of Art EDWARD P. KILLEEN ■■Klinks " That ' s life for you. Hobby: Eating Ambition: Get enough to eat Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). I A , Switchboard (2. 3. 4 ) . " Record " Staff ( 3 . 4 ) Objective: Bentley s ROBERT W. KILLORAN ■Bob ' Just give me room. Hobby: Collecting weapons Ambition: Diplomat Honors: Headmasters Assist- ant {4) Cadet Captain Clubs: Rifle Club (3.4) Objective: Harvard CHARLES F. KILROY ■ ' Charley " The greatness of a flame is judged by the shadow it casts. Hobby: Sports Ambition: ' Good position Clubs: Current Events. Stamp Teams : Track ( i ) Objective: Boston University y mi Z y y I (42) y z z I h ± h Z u u h y z y g mi (J DENLiDlCr J. KlZliLIiWlCZ ■Ben " Good nalured and friendly. Hobby: Stamp collecting Ambition: Dentist Honors: Honor Guard. Trick Squad (2. 3, 4) Objective: College PHILIP J. KNOX ■■Flip " Inquire not too curiously. Hobby : Sports Ambition : A true American Honors: Lawrence Prize F. fcJ D. (2) Cadet Captain CHARLES S. KNUDSON " Swede " Am I in another world ' Ambition: Chemist Teams: Football (3, 4) Objective: Massachusetts State College ELLIOT KOFMAN " El " Confidence in yourself is half the battle. Hobby: Table tennis Ambition: Business manager Clubs: Current Events Objective: Boston University NATHAN KRAMER Cool and calm. Ambition: Admiral Clubs: Math Honors: Honor Roil (2. 3). 2A , F. « D. (3) Obj:ctive: Annapolis FREDFRICH J. KRIM ' Freddy ■ No legacy is so rich as modesty Hobby: Radio Objective: College GEORGE J. KUSHNER ■■Wufty ' He ' s tall, he ' s tan. he ' s terrific. Hobby: Counting money Ambition: Sales manager Honors: Business Manager ■Record Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University FRANCIS X. KYLE ■ ' Frannie ' Look before you leap. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Commercial Artist Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity ANTHONY E. LAGANA " Mack ' An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Hounding Ambition: Machinist Clubs: Band Objective: Went worth ROBERT E. LAIRD ■Doc " came, I saic. so what: ' Hobby: Book collector Ambition : Chemist Clubs: Current Events Teams: Track (i. 2. 3, 4), Football {2, 3, 4). Base- ball (2) Objective: To become a learned man WALTER E. LANGLEY ■Walt Give me an audience. Hobby: Tennis Ambition : Teacher Second Lieutenant Honors: Individual Prize Objective: College LEWIS LAPPAS ■Lew " lifie work., play, and study. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Pharmacist Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2) Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy (43) LESLIE J. LARGY " Ace " Make hay ivhile the sun shines. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business executive CaJct Captain Objective: Boston University JOHN E. LAURENTI " Law " The mirror of all courtesy. Hobby; Horseback riding Ambition: Accountant Honors: Switchboard Opera- tor Ambition: Boston University JOSEPH W. LAVIN " Joe " Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (i, 2) I A Ttams: Track (2, 3, 4) Cadet Captain Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity STAVIS LAZAR " Starry " Life ' s too short. Hobbv: Pool Ambition: Professional Dancer Objective: Dancing School CHARLES A. LEACH, JR. " Chuck " An ardent, serious student Hobby: Sports Ambition: To make a mil- lion Clubs: Chess. Math Teams : Baseball ( 3 ) Objective: Honesty STEPHEN LENTINE " Lefty " An honest man is well admired. Hobby: Pool Ambition: Doctor Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Objective: Tufts College JAMES G. LEON " Lefty " Keep going ' till you reach the top. Hobby: Sea Scouts Ambition: Nautical Engineer Honors: Individual Prize, Vice-Commander Aviation Club (3) Cadet Captain Clubs: Math (4) Objective: M. I. T. LAURENCE R. LEONARD " Larry " He who hesitates is lost. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Accountant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. D. ( 1 . 2, 3 ) , 9A . Room Councilor. Honor Roll (i. Objective: Boston University MORRIS M. LEVINE " Moc " Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Hobby: Music Ambition : C. P. A. Clubs: Camera (2). Current Events (3) Objective: Harvard SUMNER M. LEVINE " Sunny " " Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition : Law Clubs: Chemistry (4) Teams: Tennis (4) Objective : College MILTON LEVY " Micky " A good friend to everyone. Ambition: Business First Lieutenant Objective: B. U. Business College EVERARD L. LEWIS " Bonky " Tiny wheels turn mighty cogs. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer First Lieutenant Teams: Track (2) Objective: Harvard u Q W U u mi ± T y u h (44) u z H ± h Z y u h y z y y HABIB LEWIS " Happy " Lcl us rejoice while we are young. Hobby: Collecting stamps Ambition: Accountant Cadet Captain Objective: Night School ALBERT LOCHIATTO " Jerry " Blessed he he who invented sleep. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business manager Honors: Honor Roll (3) Second Lieutenant Objective: Business JAMES J. LOFTUS " Jim A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Work Teams: Track Objective: Mechanical School THOMAS J. LOGAN " Red " It matters not how long we live. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business Honors: " Record " Staff. Room Councilor (3), Honor Roll (2) First Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (4) Objective: Business College PHILIP R. LORING. JR. " Chubby-Rabbit " Friend of the people. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Coach-Teacher Honors: Athletic Captain (3) Clubs: Glee (2. 3). Current Events Teams: Football (3, 4), Track ( I . 2. 4 ) Objective: Dartmouth GEORGE A. LOUKAS " Luke " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Entering Radio Con- tests Ambition: Salesman First Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (4) Camera (i, 2) Teams: Track (i, 2. 3. 4) Objective: Boston University C. B. A. RICHARD L. LOWE " Dick " No man was ever wise by chance. Hobby: Skating Ambition: Truck driver Teams : Track ( 1 ) Objective: Work GREGORY C. LUKE " Greg " Blessings on thee, little man. Hobby: Singing Ambition: Teacher Honors: Student Council. Room Councilor (4) Second Lieutenant Athletic Captain (2. 3) Teams: Track (2, 3) Objective: Boston University GREGORY J. LUKE " Lukey " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Stamp collecting Ambition: Accountant Cadet Captain Objective: Boston University GUY F. LUKE " Lukey " Whistle while you Work. Hobby: Stamp collecting Ambition: Banking First Lieutenant Objective: Night School WILLIAM J. LYDON Veritas l ' os liberavit. Hobby: Camping Ambition : Success Objective: Work FRANCIS LYNCH " Fran " What ' s the end of f? Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Jitterbug Clubs: Rifle Objective: Mass. Nautical School (45) JOHN J. LYNCH " Lynchic " He would seek knowledge of another world. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Accountant Objective: College ROBERT M. LYNCH ■Bob ' A friend at all time. Hobby: Roller skating Ambition: Engineer Second Lieutenant Objective: College CHARLES W. LYONS ■■Mac " Think with your head. Hobby: Theatre Ambition : Millionaire Honors: Switchboard Opera- tor Objective: Diplomatic Service JAMES M. MacCALLUM •■Mac " A penny for your thoughts. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Publisher Clubs: Stamp (i. 3). Cur- rent Events ( 3 ) Objective: ' Boston University CHARLES R. McCARTHY •■Mack ' What a plague it is to he too handsome. Hobby: Model Airplane Building Ambition: Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Second Lieutenant Objective: Annapolis JAMES J. McCarthy " Mac " Wise to resolve and patient to perform. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Executive Honors: Lawrence Prize Teams: F-ootball Manager. Hockey Manager Objective: College JOSEPH L. McCarthy Joy lights the candle in my heart. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Salesman Honors: Lawrence Prize Civics ( I ) Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University C. B. A. RICHARD J. McCarthy ■■Mac " Look before you leap. Hobby: Golf Ambition: Pro Golfer Honors: Second Lieutenant Objective: Business Teams: Golf (3, 4) ROBERT J. McCarthy ■■Mac ' It ' s good to be merry and wise. Hobby: Collectin;g ■Petty ' s ' Paintings Honors: Chairman of the Dance Committee Clubs: Current Events Teams: Rifle (i, 2), Asst. Track Manager ( i. 2, 3) Objective: College THOMAS E. McCarthy ■■Mac ' Life is too sweet to worry. Hobby: Aeronautics Ambition: To succeed Honors: Home Room Spell- ing medal ( 2 ) Clubs : Aviation ( i , 2 ) . Math (3). Chemistry (4) Teams: Track (2. 3. 4) Objective: Boston College ERANCIS P. McCLORY " Roundy ' love the life I live. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Major Leagues Honors: First Lieutenant Objective: Boston College ANTHONY McCONOLOGUE ■Timmie " Self made or never made. Hobby; Sports Ambition: Diesel Engineer Honors; Captain Objective: College (46) y mi O T U y y h h Z U y h y z y (A y ROBERT McCORMACK " Mack " He hus his luay. Hobby: Military Science Ambition: Lawyer Objective: College Honors: Athletic Captain (4) JOSEPH J. McDEVITT " Mac " This LL ' orld belongs lo the energetic. Hobbv: Dog racing Ambition: Dog Trainer Clubs: Current Events (3), Glee (5) Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: Work EDWARD F. McDonald " Red " But gentle words are always gam. Hobby: Books Ambition: Advertising Honors: Room Councilor (2) Eirst Lieutenant Objective: ' Business EDWARD T. McDonald " Eddie " Live while you live. Hobby: Music Ambition: Radio Announcer Honors: Lawrence Prize F and D Cadet Captain Objective: School of Radio FRANCIS L. MacDONALD " Mac " Whose words all ears took captive. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Engineer Honors: Room Councilor (3) Cadet Captain Objective: Diesel Engine School VINCENT McDONOUGH " Mack " All my fame is due to myself alone. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Politician Objective: Politics WILLIAM C. McGONAGLE " Mack " The king of good fellows Hobby: Sports Ambition: Ball Player Second Lieutenant Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: Business JOSEPH T. McGRANE " Mac " Industry makes all things easy. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Accountant Objective: Bentley ' s JOSEPH E. McGUIGGIN " Joe " Quiet, please. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Honor and Achievement First Lieutenant Clubs : Stamp ( 2 ) Objective: College WILLIAM J. McHENRY " Buster " His spurs have honorably been won. Hobby: Pipes Ambition: 10.000 a Year Clubs: Chemistry (3) Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: Boston College THOMAS J. J. McHUGH " Red " Is this the way to the top. ' ' Hobby: Photography Ambition: Engineer Objective: Boston College ARCHIBALD McKENDRY " Bud " Sigh no more, ladies, sign no more. Hobby : Chess Clubs: Chess (47) GEORGE E. McKINNON •■Mac " A si itch in time saves nine. Hobby: Collecting Swing Records Ambition: Teacher Objective: Harvard JOSEPH T. McMAHON " Joe " Incest first and investigate afterward. Hobby: Music Ambition : Teacher Clubs: Chemistry. Orchestra Objective: College WILLIAM McMORROW. Jr. ■■Mac " O girls, ihiis is so sudden. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Electrical Engineer Honors: Picture Committee Objective: Tufts WALTER E. McNAMARA ■ ' Wally ' Wearing fiis icisdom ligfitly. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Doctor Objective: Medical School JAMES M. McNAMEE ■■Maxie " Lei us eat, drink, and he merry. Hobby: Photography Ambition : Chemist Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). I A . Lawrence Prizes F. 8 D. (2.3). Latin. Sec. of Student Council (4) Executive Committee, Record Staff First Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Objective: Tufts ROBERT B. McNeill ■■Bob " Only the wise speak little. Hobby: Working Ambition : Aviator Clubs: Record Staff (3) Objective: Business JOHN J. MAGUIRE ■■Muggsie ' An honest gentleman. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Man Objective: Boston College JOSEPH M. MAGUIRE ■Butch " To have a friend one must first be one. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Journalism Honors: Athletic Captain First Lieutenant Objective: College WILLIAM A. MAIDA ■Bill " A little music now and then IS good for the best of men. Hobby: Hockey Ambition: Chemist Lieutenant Honors: Lawrence Prize F and D ( i ) . Room Coun- cillor ( I . 2 ) Objective: College A. F. MALINOVICH ■■AF ' You ' d scarce expect it. Hobby: Carving Ambition: Fireman Objective: Notre Dame LUIGI C. MALLARDO ■Mar ' It IS better to remember. Hobbv : Drawing Ambition: Commercial Artist Objective: Mass. School of Art LOUIS E. MALOOF " Lou " Mighty as can be Hobby: Sports Ambition: Swing Band Honors: Room Councilor ( I ) . Athletic Captain ( 3 ) . Teams: Track (i, 2). Base- ball (I. 2) . Football (i, 2) Objective: Business (48; y h U £ h Z U y h y z y o y RICHARD E. J. MALOOF- ■Dick ' Self made or never made. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Lawyer Objective; Boston University SAMUEL B. MALOOF " Slim ' ' Second thoughts, they say. Hobby: Stamp Collecting Ambition: Chemical Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) Cadet Captain Objective: M. L T. ALBERT A. MANZELLI •■Al " Business is business. Hobby: Sports A:Tibition: Business Objective: Business FELIX M. MARCELLA " Sonny " The man of the hour. Hobby: Fishing Ambition : Lawyer Objective: College CARMINE J. MARINO ' Reverie " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Gymnastic In- structor Objective: Pro Athlete LAWRENCE H. J. MARTIN " Larry " He has the way that gets the way. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Naval Officer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Cadet Captain Objective: Navy JOSEPH H. MARTINO " Joe " With a charming personality. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer First Lieutenant Honors: Athletic Captain Objective: M. I. T. ANTHONY MARZANO " Tony " Live and let live. Ho bby: Boxing Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Boston University THOMAS MATARAZZO. Jr. " Tailspin " I ' d rather call you Baby. Hobby: Science Ambition: Physicist Objective: Smithsonian In- stitute LAWRENCE B. MAYONE " Lary " Life ' s too short to worry. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Objective: College ALBERT J. MARKLE " Spoofy " The price of wisdom is high. Hobby: Photography Ambition : Civil Service Objective: Holy Cross JOHN P. T. MEEHAN " Johnny " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Lieutenant Objective: Business School (49) Mi GEORGE D. MEIMARIS " Lefty " W :o knows ' Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Clubs: Current Events Objective: Boston University FRANK A. MERLINO " Buddy " A penny earned is a penny saved. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Honors: Honor Roll (3). Lawrence Prize F and D (i), Athletic Captain (3) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Member of Library Corps (3) Teams: Manager Track Team (4) Objective: Boston University MAURICE W. MEZOFF " Maury " Fortune favors the brave. Hobby : Science Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Cadet Captain Clubs: German, Current Events Objective: New England Air- craft School MICHAEL T. MICHAEL " Mike " My friends are more to me than gold. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Chemist Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity NICOLA MICOZZI " Nick " Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Hobby: Drawing Ambition : Success Second Lieutenant Objective: Work DAVID H. E. MILES ' ' Dave " It IS well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. First Lieutenant Objective: Business School JOHN T. MILES " Babe " Size arrives on wings of time. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: Bentley ' s HARRY MILLEN " Har " Never say die. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Success Clubs: Camera. Current Events Objective: College EDWARD J. MILLER " Eddie " His smile! Oh boy! Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Radio Clubs: Switchboard- Ampli- fier Objective: Curtis Technical Institution THOMAS L. MILLER " Tom " As proper man as ever trod. Hobby: Philately Ambition: Journalism Second Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity RICHARD MINICHIELLO " Mike " Smart and athletic. Hobby: Hitting Home Runs Ambition: Playing for Bees Clubs: Debating Objective: College JOSEPH F. MOLONEY " Joe " Men may come and men may come. Hobby: Astronomy Ambition : Teacher Objective: College ( 50 ) u z h h y y h y z y y JOHN F, MORGAN " Jeep " Regular guy. Hobby: Jive Honors: Spelling Bee (2) Room Councilor (3) Objective: Boston College JAMES J. MORIARTY " Pinky " What ' s mine is mine. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To Be A Success Clubs: Dramatic Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: Work ARTHUR H. MORRIS " Uncle " I ' d rather call you Baby. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Army Officer Honors: Individual Prize Objective: Army ALBERT O. MOULTON " Oats " An ardent, serious student. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To Graduate Honors:! Room Councilor Objective: Business JOHN R. MULLEN " Moon " Silence is golden Hobby: Sports Ambition: Adventurer Honors: Room Councilor (2) Teams: Track (i, 2). Foot- ball (3) JOHN J. MULREY " Nigger " A pale and blushing rose is he. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Sailor Teams: Track (2, 3, 4) Objective: Nautical School ARTHUR D. MURPHY " Murphy " Words mean nothing. Hobby: Horses Ambition: Technician Objective: C. T. I. GEORGE E. MURPHY " Murf " Ah! What a life. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To Graduate Teams: Hockey (4) Objective: U. S. Marine Corps GERALD MOYNIHAN " Jerry " A most fastidious person Hobby: Sports Ambition : Graduate Honors: Spelling Bee (2) Objective: Work THOMAS J. MULCAHY " Hughie " He is a master of all sports. Hobby: Shakespeare Ambition: Journalism Honors: Spelling Bee (4). " Record " contributor Objective: Graduation ROBERT J. MURPHY " Bob " Ich Dien. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Objective: Northeastern LEO P. MURRAY, JR. " Luke " A most fastidious person you appear. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Gentleman of Leisure Teams: Baseball (3), Foot- ball ( 3 ) . Track ( 2. 3) Objective: University of Southern California (51) WILLIAM J. MURRAY. JR. " Red " Take me out to the ball game. Hobby: Sports Teams: Hockey Objective: Business JOHN J. NAPPA " Nippy " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Horse Racing Ambition: To Own Horses Objective: Business FRANK J. NAULT " Frank " Master of the ether waves. Hobby: Amateur Radio Ambition: Radio Engineer Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity WILLIAM J. NAULTY " Curly " No legacy is so rich as modesty. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Good Position Clubs :i Chemistry Objective: Engineer EDWARD S. NERSESSIAN " Ed " Music IS the spice of life. Ambition: Millionaire Clubs: Current Events SIDNEY L. NEWMAN " Sid " Don ' t put off ' till tomorrow what you can do today. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Honors: Adv. Mgr. Record Staf f (2, 3. 4). Student Council ( 5 ) . Room Coun- cilor (3). Indv. Prize (2) Clubs: Chemistry. Stamp. Current Events First Lieutenant Objective: University of Ala- bama JAMES J. NOLAN " Jimso ' ' Great oaks from little acorns grow. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Doctor Honors: French prize (2) Captain Clubs: Chemistry Objective: College LAURENCE NOLAN " Larry " It matters not how long we live. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: To graduate Objective: Success ROBERT D. J. NOLAN " Bob " Snake charmer as is a snake charmer. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Teacher Honors: Athletic Captain ' ■37 " Objective: College THOMAS F. R. O BRIEN " Obie " It IS well to profit by the folly of others. Ambition: Gentleman of Leisure Honors: Spelling Bee (2. 3) Objective: M. I. T. JOHN J. OCHS " Okie " There is no rose without a thorn. Hobby: Model Planes Ambition: Aviator CHARLES L. OCOIN " Okie " And even this shall pass away. Hobby: Skating Ambition: To be Custodian of E. H, S. Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football Objective: Civil Service y mi (J J Z u y ± h u z h h Z y u h u z JOHN E. OCONNOR " Beeze " So ihis is Egypt! Hobby: Tennis Ambition: Engineer Clubs: Math.. French Objective: Northeastern Uni versity JOHN O. OHANIAN " Onions " Accurate of hand, perceptive of mind. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Pharmacist First Lieutenant Objective: College WILLIAM D. O ' HARA " Shorty " A man of mark to soar. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Instructor Honors: Pres. of French Club Clubs: French, Current Events Objective: Boston College PAUL OLICK " Plick " Life is short, live it long and Well. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Wrestler Club: Stamp Teams: Track Manager Objective: Dental School THOMAS J. OMALLEY " Tom " Silence is golden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Salesman Teams: Football (3. 4), Baseball (4) Objective: Win Sweepstakes DAVID J. O ' MARA " Dave " The quiet mind Hobby: Sports Ambition : To be Honors: Lawrence Athletic Captain Objective: Work IS rich. a Success Prize P2. EARLE F. ORDWAY " Chet " Labor is tiring. Hobby: Bowling Honors: Lawrence Prize and D (3) First Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Objective: College THOMAS F. O REILLY " Tom " Zealous but modest. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. First Lieutenant Objective: Boston University WILLIAM J. O ' REILLY " Wild Bill " It pays to advertise. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Pharmacist Honors: Honor Roll (i. 2) Lawrence Prize F and D ( I ) . I A Cadet Captain Objective: College ELMER G. ORINGER " Moe " Ve.x not his ghost. Hobby: Camping Ambition: Horticulture Clubs: Chemistry. German Objective: College PETER A. ORLANDO. JR. " Pete " None but himself can be his equal. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: C. P. A. Honors: Honor Roll (2) Cadet Captain Clubs: Library Corps (2. 3. Objective: Boston University PETER P. ORLANDO " Pete " A man of his Word. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Amanuensis Honors: Spelling Bee ncr. Drum Major Cadet Captain Objective: Business Win- (53) lit PAUL N. OSBORNE " Ozzie " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Public Speaking Ambition: Minister Clubs: Card Catalogue Teams: Track Manager Objective: Atlantic Union College JOHN J. O ' SHEA ■Oke " Virtue IS its own reward. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Doctor Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) lA Clubs: Current Events Objective: College EDWARD P. OSULLIVAN " O ' Sull " Be merry while you are young! Hobby: Sports Ambition: Successful Man Honors: Honor Roll (i) Teams: Baseball (2. 3). Hockey (4) Objective: College ROBERT J. O ' SULLIVAN ■Rip " You don ' t have to be a star to shine. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To be a success Objective: College ERNEST A. OTTOBRE " Ernie " You took the words right out of my mout ' . Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Public Accountant Seconci Lieutenant Objective: Boston University SALVATORE C. PACI ■Pachi-Pachi " Life is too sweet to worry. Hobby: Football Ambition : Mathematician Objective: College DANIEL R. PACKENHAM " Bob " Alls right with the world. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Draftsman Teams: Track Objective: Wentworth EMIL PAGLIARULO " Pag " As proper man as ever trod. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Professor Cadet Captain Honors: Honor Roll (i. 2, 3,). 8A , Lawrence Prize (Hi). Lawrence Prize E. W D. (2. 3). Room Councilor (3,4). Pres. Junior Class, Pres. Senior Class. Pres. Student Council (4). Dele- gate to Eastern Div. of Stu- dent Council Teams: Track (i. 2. 3. 4) Objective: Bowdoin HENRY J. PAGLIARULO " Pag " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Engineer Honors: Room Ciptaii (2. 3), Vice President Current Events First Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern MATTEO J. PALAZZOLO " Nigo " Heaven helps those who help themselves. Hobby: Football Ambition: Office Clerk Objective: Newberry Acad- emy JOSEPH J. PALMARIELLO " Pal " Each mind has its own method. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Success Objective: Advertiser FRANK E. PANARO " Pop " Versed in the Arts and stuff. Hobby: Sports Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3), Lawrence Prize (S3) Ambition: Teacher Second Lieutenant Objective: College a Q y z y y (54) u z z I h ± h Z y y h y z y y JOHN PAPAYIANES " Papie " Accurate of hand, perceptive of mind. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker First Lieutenant Objective: Boston University PAUL J. PAPPAS " Boola " The man of the hour. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Pharmacist Objective: College NATHAN PARKER " Natie " Getting some fun out of life. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : C. P. A. Honors: Honor Roll (3) First Lieutenant Objective: Boston University JOHN R. PASILLO " Pussy " Little by little the bird builds its nest. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Cadet Captain Objective: Boston College PAUL D. PASQUINE " Don " He means well who does well. Hobby; Music Ambition : Teacher Honors: Honor Roll (3) Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston College ARNOLD R. PEARSON " Swede " Who ' s afraid of the big bad man? Hobby: Mechanical drawing Ambition: Inventor Cadet Captain Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Track Objective: College ANGELO T. PELLEGRITTI " Pelly " A man is what he eats. Hobby: Winning all jitterbug contests Ambition: Teach the jitter- bugs to dance Teams: Football, Baseball, Track Objective: University of Wy- omingl CHARLES C. PERKINS " Chick " We like what we know of him. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Reporter Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) Cadet Captain Objective: College SOKRATES PETER " Sok " Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Astronomer Cadet Captain Clubs: Chemistry Objective: College JOHN C. PETERS " Whip " What is good for the goose, IS good for the gander. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Civil Service Honors: lA . Individual Prize Objective: M. I. T. WILLIAM R. PETERS " Bill " He means well. Hobb " : Baseball Ambition: Advertising Honors: Honor Roll (3). Lawrence Prize F8. lA (3) Cadet Captain Objective: Boston University EDWARD A. PLEVACK " Shorty " Oh, for the life of the sea. Hobby: Fishing Ambition: Doctor Teams: Swimming. Tennis Objective: College (55) MICHAEL W. POHORESKY " Ducky " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobbv: Hunting Ambition: Taxidermist Second Lieutenant Objective: College LEON POLLAK " Lulu " A man after his own heart. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Salesman Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity STEPHEN J. PORTER " Steve " Clothes make the man. Hobby: Collecting Old Coins Ambition : Reporter Honors: Athletic Room Cap- tain (2. 3, 4) Teams: Football (3) Track Objective: To Travel JOSEPH W. POWELL " Jake " The secret of success is constancy of purpose. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Lawyer First Lieutenant Teams: Track {4) Objective: College GEORGE W. POWER " George " Silence is golden. Hobby: Rifles Ambition : Newspaper Man First Lieutenant Objective: College CHARLES J. W. POWERS " Alabam " A little goes a long way. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Surgeon Honors: Spelling Champ Teams: Track, Baseball, Tennis Objective: Holy Cross WILLIAM B. POWERS " Bill " Tempus Sure Does Foogit. Hobby: Boats Ambition : Journalist Honors: Room Spelling Champ ( 3 ) . Class Spelling Champ ( 3 ) . Executive Committee ( ) , Library Corps (- ,). Vice-Pres. Li- brary Corps (4). Record Staffs (4). Sec. Chemistry Club, Alumni Com.. Chem- istry Lab. Asst. Second Lieutenant Objective: College DOUGLAS PRESCOTT " Doug " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Rollerskating Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2), 2A , F. » D. ( I ) Objective: M. I. T. JOHN C. J. PROCTOR " J. C. J. " Ambition is the root of success. Hobby: Good Reading Ambition: O. F. M. Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) 7a , Lawrence Prize F2. F3, Li, L2 Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (4). Student Council ( 3 ) Objective: Boston College JOHN L. PROCTOR " Mabel " The world is a stage. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Stenographer First Lieutenant Objective: Court Reporter CHARLES J. PROVASOLI " Provi " Vex not his ghost. Ambition: Teacher Clubs: Current Events Teams: Asst. Mgr. Football Objective: Boston University JOHN E. QUEENAN " Johnnie " Sweet is the word for you. Hobby: Hitch-Hiking Ambition: Ranger Honors: Drum Major Objective: College a (J y u Q ± Z y y (56J u z T i h h Z y y h y z y ; y THOMAS J. RAFFOL " Tommy " V irlue is its oivn reward. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Lawyer Honors: Honor Roll (3), Contributing Editor Record Staff (4) First Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry (4), Cur- rent Events (4) Objective: Boston College MATTHEW A. RAIKLEN " Mat " Determination can move mountains. Hobby : Science Ambition: Chemical Engineer Honors: Lawrence Prize F. and D. ( 1 . 3 ) , Honor Roll 1. 2. 3). pA . Senior Spell- ing Champion (4) Cadet Captain Clubs: Debating Club (i. 2. 3). Vice-Pres. Debating Club (2). Library Corps 2, 3, 4). President Library Corps (4), Vice-Pres. High School Chapter Jr. Red Cross (4). Student Council (2). Sec.-Treas. Math. Club (4), Alumni Committee (4). P3 Laboratory Assist- ant (3, 4 ) Objective: M. L T. EDMUND J. RAINSFORD " Napper " Joy lights the candle in my heart. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Surveyor and Equestrian Objective: Worcester Academy EARLE R. RAMSDELL " Ruty " Charm strikes the sight, merit wins the soul. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Minister Clubs: Current Events Objective: Gordon College PAUL H. RANDALL All the world ' s a stage. Hobby: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize E2, Fi. Alumni Committee (4). Honor Roll (2, 3). 3 A . Library Corps (2. 3, 4). " Record " Staff (4) Clubs: Math Objective : Dartmouth College FULVIO RANIERI " Ranny " Mama, I wanna make rhythm! Hobby: Music Ambition : Orchestra Leader Honors: Individual Prize ' 3) Cadet Captain Objective: New England Conservatory of Music CALVIN H. RAULLERSON " Hank " You can t judge a hook by its cover. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Surgeon Lieutenant Clubs: Record Staff (4), Rifle (3, 4), Chemistry (4), Vice Pres. French (4) Teams: Co-captain Rifle Team (3, 4) Objective: College FRANCIS V. REALE ' ' Franny ' Ja efer see a dream walking i " Hobby: Sports Ambition: Coach Honors: Athletic Captain. Dance Committee Clubs: Glee Teams: Football (2. 3. 4) Objective: College VINCENT J. REARDON " Smiles " Music hath charm. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Aviator Clubs: Rifle. Glee. Current Events Objective: College ROBERT F. REDMOND " Redgie " Life IS too sweet to worry. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Honors: Room Captain Clubs: Glee Teams : Track ( 3 , 4 ) Objective: College JEREMIAH E. REGAN " Jerry " The dynamo gains power with movement . Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Clubs: Current Events Teams: Football (4) Objective: College BENJAMIN J. REINSTEIN " Reinie " You stand in your own light. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Auto Mechanic Objective: College (57) NICHOLAS J. RENONI " Ronny " Oh! Had I the wings of a bird. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Aviator NICHOLAS RESTUCCIA " Nicky " If Winter comes. Cad Sprig be far behide? Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Musician SAMUEL M. RICH " Whitey " Wim, Wigor, Wttality. Ambition: C. P. A. Clubs: Chemistry. Math Teams: Track, Baseball Objective: Bentley ' s ROBERT RICKER " Bob " Silence is truly golden. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aeronautics Honors: Athletic Captain, First Lieutenant Clubs: Glee, Rifle Teams: Football (3, 4) Objective: Navy Air Corps WALTER G. RIDDLE Me " Riddy " may come and may come. Hobby: Dancing Ambition : Typist Honors; Lieutenant Objective; Business Man JOHN F. RILEY " Johnny " Music is the spice of life. Hobby: Sports Ambition; Military Instructor Honors: Cadet Captain JOHN J. RILEY " Shot-Gun " He IS truly true blue. Hobby : Sports Ambition ; Engineer Lieutenant Honors: Junior Room Coun- cilor, Freshman Spelling Bee Winner Clubs: German Club Objective; Northeastern Uni- versity DOMINIC S. RINALDI " Dom " An apple a day, etc. Hobby; Sports Ambition : Business Honors; Lawrence Prize F and D (3), First Lieutenant Objective; Business JOSEPH RINALDI " Joe " Music is the spice of life. Hobby: Bowling Ambition : Business Honors; Second Lieutenant Objective : College GEORGE A. RIZZO " Gcorgic " A member of honor ' s famous train. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Amanuensis JOSEPH R, ROCHE " Bob " Spare the rod and spoil the child. Hobby: Stamps Ambition ' : Business Cadet Captain Honors: Home Room Spell- ing Winner ( i ) , Record Staff (4) . Room Councilor (4), Objective; Boston University DONALD F. ROGERS " Small Fry " It ' s a great life, if you don ' t weaken. Hobby; Sports Ambition; Civil Engineer Objective; College (58) Q Q g y u ■I Z u y ± y h h U h Z y y h y z y y MYER J. ROSENF-IEL D " Rosie " vilh great uspiralions. Chemistry En- A man Hobby : Ambition: Aeronautical ginccr Honors: Home Room Win- ner of Spelling Bee. Law- rence Prize F and D (2) First Lieutenant Clubs: Mathematics, Cur- rent Events, German Club Objective: Northeastern Uni versity ROBERT W. ROSENTHAL ■■Bob " Self Conquest is the greatest of victories. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Advertising Honors: Second Lieutenant Objective: Boston University JOSEPH E. ROSETTI " Rosie Mighty, now, in heart is he. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Success Clubs: Current Events Teams: Track (4). Base- ball (2) Objective; College MELVIN RUBIN ■■Mer ' Thou art now a man. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition: Dentist Honors: Individual Prize (2, 3 , Honor Roll (2. 3 ) Objective: Colby College NICHOLAS M. RUNCI ■■Nickie " Life is too sweet to worry. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Engineer Objective: Lowell Institute WILLIAM A. RUSSELL ■■Willie " What ' s funny on Sunday night is funny on Tuesday morning. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Lawyer Clubs: Fife and Drum Corps Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity CARLO J. SABLONE ■ ' Slabby ' He is truly true. Hobbv: Sports Ambition: Civil Engineer Second Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (2). Lawrence Prize F and D (3) Objective: College THADDEUS P. SADOWSKI ■Ted " A most fertile and potential seed. Hobby: Philately Ambition: Teacher Staff Lieutenant Honors: Honor Roll (i, 2, 3), loA , Chairman of Alumni Committee, Lawrence Prize F. e D. ( 1 ) , Physics Laboratory Assistant Clubs: President of Stamp Club, Vice-President of Math Club Objective: M. I. T. IRVING E. SAIPE ■ ' Saipey " know a trick worth two of that. Hobby: Aeronautics Ambition: Doctor Honors: Staff Officer, Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (4) Objective: College LUCIANO R. SALERNO Lulu " would rather be right than President. Hobby: Music Ambition : Teacher Lieutenant Objective: Boston College ERNEST E. SANTOSUOSSO ■ Ernie " Ja efer see a dream walking. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Teacher Clubs: Glee (2) Current Events Objective: Harvard JOSEPH J. SARACENO " Joe " It ' s all relative. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (i, 2), 2A . Lawrence Prize Ai Objective: West Point (59) GEORGE B. SAVAGE ■Doc ' Nice LVork if you can get it. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Executive Clubs: Band, Orchestra. Rifle Objective: Boston University HAROLD L. SAXE " Saxey " Live and learn. Hobbv: Sports Ambition: Business Teams: Football Objective: Boston University MARTIN L. SCHNEIDER " Marty " Here I am. girls. Hobby: Composing Music Ambition: Great Pianist Clubs: Orchestra (2. 3, 4) Objective: Yale School of Music GEORGE T. SCOTT " Scotty " O Temporal O Mores! Hobby: Sports Ambition : To travel Clubs: Current Events Lieutenant Objective: Boston College JOHN J. SEXTON, JR. " Texas ' Where there ' s a will there ' s a way. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Aviator Honors: Student Councilor Lieutenant Clubs: Aviation. German Objective: Naval Air Base HARRY B. SHACKELTON " Shack " Firm as a rock. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Objective: Northeastern EDWARD G. SHAHEEN " Eddie " Himself a host. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Lawyer Objective: College MITCHELL E. SHAHEEN " Mitch " None but the brave deserve the fair. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Chemist Honors: Room Councilor (4), Individual Prize (3) lA First Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry Club Objective: College IRVING SHAKNOV " S hak. " After the battle, the reward. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Physicist Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3), Lawrence Prize. M2, M3 4A Lieutenant Clubs: Chess. Glee. Chemist- ry. " Record " Staff " . Math. German Objective: M. I. T. JOHN A. SHARKEY " Jack " A gentleman throughout . Hobby: Swimming Ambition : To Travel Honors: Honor Roll (2), Cadet Captain Objective: College WILLIAM SHEA " Bill " Business is business. Hobby: Skiing Ambtiion: Olympics Honors: Spelling Bee winner in Homeroom (2. 3) Teams: Track (1. 4) Base- ball (2) Objective: U. S. C. THOMAS W. SHEEHAN " Tom " Second thoughts, they say, are best. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Honors: Honor Roll (i, 2 3) . 4A . " Record " Staff Lieutenant Objective: Bentley ' s (60) DONALD W. SHERMAN •Duck " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby: Mechanics Ambition : Accountant Second Lieutenant Objective: Navy MORTON SHERMAN " Mortie " A man of his word. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Teams: Track (2). Football First Lieutenant Objective; Bentley ' s WILLIAM J. SHINNEY ■Bill " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Doctor Teams: Football (3), Base- ball (4). Track (4) Objective: College RUBIN SHNAPER " Harp " A mind devoted to a strong desire. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honors: Lawrence Prize (G2) , Honor Roll (2) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Math. Current Events Objective: College HENRY W. SIA " Si " Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby: Firearms Ambition: Teacher Honors: Honor Roll (i, 2. 3), 2A Cadet Captain Clubs: Current Events Objective: Concord ANTHONY R. SICILIANO " Sissy " What a piece of work is man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: College WILLIAM J. SKANE. JR. " Billy " A man of his word. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Accountant Honors: Lawrence Prize F. a D. (3) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Stamp Objective: Bentley ' s MANUEL M. SLATE " Mannie " Save me virtue ' s reward. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Pharmacist Team: Track (2) Objective: Massachusetts Col lege ROBERT S. SMITH " Bob " An apple a day, etc. Hobby: Mechanics Ambition: Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Chess. Math, Chem- istry Objective: University of Michigan BERNARD SOLOMON " Benny " Where art thou, Romeo Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemical Engineer Clubs; Chemistry Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity ALBERT V. SPADARO " Spandy ' His IS a noble heart. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To own a busi- ness Clubs: Chemistry. Aviation Objective: Successful business man GEORGE A. SPEERS " Georgie " Thanks for the memories. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business First Lieutenant Club: German. Tennis ARTHUR J. SPIRO • ' Art ' On wing of the wind. Hobby: Flying Ambition : Airplane Pilot Captain Objective; Inter-city Airlines School EDWARD JAMES SPITZ " Eddy " The charm of music. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Fireman Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events (2, 3 ) , Chess ( 2 ) Teams: Football (2), Track Objective: Boston College VINCENT M. SPRINGER " Vinnie ' Keep Smiling. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Pharmacist Teams: Track (2, 3 ) Objective: College ROBERT P. SPUNT " Bob " Take It, Mr. B. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Clubs: Current Events (3, 4) Teams: Football (3). Track (3. 4) Objective: Business College LOUIS M. STACKS " Lou " All I ask is to be left alone. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Chemist Honors: Honor Roll (2), 2A Lieutenant Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy ANTHONY F. STAFFIER " Natty " Always ready and willing. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honors: Spelling Bee Winner Clubs: Current Events Objective: College NICHOLAS D. STAMATOS " Dan " Whistle, and she ' ll come to you. Hobby: Plastic Sculpturing Ambition: Advertiser Honors: First Prize City- Wide Oratorical Contest Lawrence Prize for Public Speaking Clubs: Debating. Current Events, Glee. Dramatics Objective; Boston University JOSEPH G. STANTON " Joe " I ' m m my glory. Hobby: Sports Lieutenant Clubs; Current Events Teams: Track (3, 4), Base- ball (3. 4) Objective: Holy Cross BENJAMIN STAREK " Ben " His smile! Oh boy! Hobby: Photography Ambition: Chemist Clubs; Camera Te.ims; Track (4) Objective: Franklin Institute LEO V. STASULIS " Slick " Life ' s too short to worry. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Electrical Con- struction Captain Objective: Wentworth In- stitute BURTON J. STEINBERG " Brutus " Good humor is always a success. Hobby: Flying Ambition: Aviator Teams: Track (4) Objective: Flying South HERBERT I. STEINBERG " Herby ' Quiet, please. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Pharmacist Clubs: Camera (3), Current Events { ) Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy y z y y (62) u h £ h Z y y h y z y y EDWARD S. STERN ■■Ed " Stop, you ' re breaking my heart ! Hobby: Photography Ambition: Pharmacist Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3). Lawrence Prize C3. 8A Clubs: Current Events, Cam- era Obiective: ' Mass. College of Pharmacy LEON STONE ■Red " Yes, I said 3.2808 Hobby: Chemistry Clubs: Chemistry Objective: M. L T. JAMES J. SULLIVAN ■ ' Sully " The man of the hour. Hobby: Drawing Ambition: Commercial Artist Clubs: Current Events, Chemistry Teams: Track Objective: Art School JOHN T. SULLIVAN " Sully " A good friend is my nearest relation. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Successful Busi ness Man Lieutenant Teams: Track ( i , 2) JOSEPH E. SULLIVAN " Joe " A man of few words. Hobby: Sports Good Week ' s Pay Ambition Objective : Politician JOSEPH P. SULLIVAN " Joe " Why should I worry? Hobby: Mechanics Ambition: Diesel Engineer Clubs: Current Events Objective: Hemphill Diesel LEO B. SULLIVAN " Sully ' know what I know. Hobby: Camping Ambition: Army Officer Captain Teams: Rifle, Track (3) Objective: Randolph Field Army Air Corps ROBERT J, SULLIVAN " Sully " Silence gives consent. Hobby: Sports Ambition: See the world Honors: Switchboard (2, 3), Athletic Captain Lieutenant Clubs: Glee Teams: Baseball (3) Objective: Boston University THOMAS E. SULLIVAN " Eddie " Good things come in small packages. Hobby: Sports Ambition: See the world Teams: Hockey Obiective: Naval Aviator WILLIAM B. SWANTON ■■Bill ' ' None but himself can be his equal. Hobby: Hunting and Fish- ing Ambition: Jitterbug Clubs: Current Events Objective: Northeastern JAMES A. SWEENEY ' ■Jim " It is clear he is a gentleman. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Merchant Marine Officer Honors: Spelling (2) Teams: Hockey, Rifle Objective: Mass. Nautical School LAWRENCE P. SWEENEY " Larry ' Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Sports Ambition: President Honors: Athletic Captain (i, . 2 ' 3) Lieutenant Clubs: Glee Teams; Track (i, 2), Foot- ball (3. 4) , Baseball ' (3) , Rifie Objective: White House (63) KENNETH S. SWEENIE " Ken " Laugh and the world laughs with you. Hobby: Swimming Ambition: Businessman Honors: Student Council, P. a D. Prizes Objective: Business School GORDON A. SWENSON " Swede " Only the best are chosen. Hobby: Music Ambition ; Civil Engineer Honors: Room Councilor Captain (Band) Clubs: Band (2, 3. 4 ) . Or- chestra (2. 3 . 4 ) . Pres. Music Club Teams : Track ( 2 ) Objective: Northeastern PHIL TAUBER " Phil " The world is a comedy to those that think. Ambition : Harvard College Honors: Chemistry. Physics Objective: Harvard College ROBERT W. TAYLOR " Bob " His smile! Oh boy. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Orchestra Leader Lieutenant Teams : Baseball ( 3 ) Objective: Business JAMES D. THOMAS " Bud " Everyday ' s a holiday. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To go to sea Teams: Baseball (3) Objective: Business PAUL L. THORNTON " Bud " He who works succeeds. Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Civil Engineer Clubs: Camera, Math Objective: M. I. T. DANIEL A. TIBBETTS " Danny " Hit the line! Hobby: Sports Ambition: Archaeologist Clubs: Math, Aviation, Camera Teams: Football (4). Base- ball (3) JAMES A. TIBETS " Tib " Never a dull moment. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Telephone man Objective; U. S. Navy Air Base THOMAS A. TIERNEY " T " A jolly good fellow. Hobby: Sports Ambition: French teacher Objective: Boston College HARRIS T. TODD " Harry " He has an eye for beauty. Hobby: Animals Ambition: Accountant Clubs: Stamp Objective: Hollywood PASQUALE TODISCO " Pat " Take me out to the ball game. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Captain Clubs: Current Events Objective; Northeastern WILLIAM F. TORTOLANO " Biff " Look before you leap; then look again. Hobby: Boxing Ambition: Another Rockefel- ler Honors: Athletic Captain (2. 3. 4) Teams: Football (2, 3) Objective; Olympic games y mi O z y y (64) y z h h £ h Z U y h y z y y FRANK TRANI " Frankie " i you icanl it. lake it. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Amanuensis Flonors: Honor Roll (2). A in Shorthand (3) Lieutenant Objective: John Hancock Life Insurance Co. ROBERT TRAVIS In the still of the night. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Radio operator Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) A . Room Councilor Objective: Radio School FRANK C. TRIPOLI " Trip " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Traveling Sales- man Lieutenant Trams: Rifle Objective: To see the world. JOSEPH P. TUMBLETY " Joe " Fate is with those who perservere. Hobby: Microscopy Ambition: Ballistician Honors: " Record " Staff. Chief Laboratory Assistant, Alumni Committee First Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry, Photo- graphy (2), Current Events, Rifle (3. 4) Objective: Boston College GEORGE H. TURNER " Turner " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Chemist Honors: Office Worker {3) Clubs: Stamp Teams: Track (2, 3. 4) Objective: Howard Uni- versity GEORGE TUTUNJIAN " Tut " He IS a master of all sports. Hobby: Aeroplane Models Ambition; Teacher Clubs: Aviation Teams: Track. Baseball Objective: Teachers College WILLIAM L. TWOHIG " Wild Willie " Look before you leap. Hobby: Horse Back Riding Ambition: Traveling Sales- man Clubs: Glee Teams: Track (i) Objective: Business THOMAS A. VAGENAS " Moe " I ' m telling you. Hobby: Billiards Ambition: C. P. A. Objective: Work RICHARD VALLON " Richie " Is there a doctor in the house? Hobby: Dramatics Ambition: Doctor Honors: N. Y. A. Super- visor ( 3 ) Captain Clubs: Current Events, French Teams : Track ( 3 ) Objective: Boston University ALBERT J. VARNERIN " Al " Labor conquers all things. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Pharmacist Clubs: Rifle Objective : Mass. College of Pharmacy WILLIAM A. VERROCHI " Van Horn " Learn to live and live to learn. Hobby: Model Airplanes Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer Honors: lA Clubs: Math. German Objective: M. I. T. APOSTOLLOS VOMVOURAS " Paul " Come, sleep; O sleep the certain knot of peace. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Explorer Honors: lA Objective : College (65) STANLEY A. VOZZELLA " Stan " Are you telling mei ' Hobby: Pharmacy Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer Second Lieutenant Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity PAUL J. WAHLSTROM " Swede " That ' s the wag the Dipsy Doodle ivorks. Hobby: Dancing Ambition; Salesman Clubs: Chemistry Objective: College ADOLPH WALLENGEVICZ " Wally " If there ever was one. Hobby: Music Honors: Honor Roll (2) Ambition : Success Clubs: Picture Committee Objective: College JAMES F. WALSH " Wacky " The moon got in my eyes. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Coach Honors: Honor Roll (2) Teams: Baseball (2. 3), Track. Football Objective: College JAMES M. WALSH " Jack " A man after his own heart. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Banker Objective: Harvard JOHN J. WALSH " Ears " Little strokes fell great oaks. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Salesman Objective: College Success Room Councilor SELIG WASSERMAN " Sully " An honest man is the noblest. Hobby: Sailing Ambition : Honors : Second Lieutenant Clubs: Current Events Objective: College HARVEY WEEKS " Wolf " Up and quit your books. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Flying Clubs: Current Events Captain Objective: College PHILIP WEINER " Phil " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby: Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Second Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry Objective: Boston University CHARLES A. WEINSTEIN " Charlie " hardly ever repent. Hobby: Money Ambition: To have lots of it Honors: Honor Roll (2. 3) First Lieutenant Clubs: Chemistry. Camera Objective: Boston University ALDEN F. WESTERLUND " Westy " All ' s Hobby: Honors : well that ends well. Handball Honor Roll ( 2 ) . Library Corps (3, 4) Ambition: Lawyer Clubs: Chemistry Second Lieutenant Objective: College HENRY F. D. WHALEN " Hank " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby: Guns AVnbition: Policeman Honors: Honor Roll (3) Cadet Captain Clubs: Rifle (2. 3, 4), Band (i). Track (2) Objective: College (66) y ■i Q £ g £ £ z u y £ u X h H Z y y h y z y y HERMAN E. WHELPLEY " Speed " A lover of the great outdoors. Hobby: Ice Racing Ambition: Success Honors: Athletic Captain 2 years Clubs: E7 Plays Objective: To make my mark in the world JOHN J. WHITE " Whizzer " Only the wise speak little. Hobby: Bowling Honors: Spelling (2) Staff Captain Objective: College JOSEPH P. WHITE " Tiger " It IS well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Business Objective: Dartmouth JOHN P. WHITMARSH " Jack " Solitude and quietude. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Research Chemist Clubs: Aviation, Chemistry Teams: Track Manager Objective: Northeastern ARNOLD G. WILBUR " Maestro " To the stars through bolts and bars. Invincible. Hobby: Aviation Ambition: Chemist Objective: Northeastern PAUL E. WILLIAMS " Will- He gives twice who gives quickly. Hobby: Dancing Ambition: Business Objective: College RICHARD H. WILLIAMS " Dick " Let us take the blows of life with a smile. Hobby: Camping Ambition: Engineer Clubs: Current Events Objective: U. S. Coast Guard Academy GERALD B. WILLIAMSON " Jerry " Walking life ' s sequestered path. Hobby: Sports, Music Ambition: To be successful Clubs: Glee (4), Orchestra ' 2, 3 , 4 ) , Swing Objective: Business JOHN A, WILSON " Hack " Action is the proof of ability. Hobby: Ping pong Ambition: Success Captain Teams: Football (4) Objective: College PAUL S. WINEBERG " P. W. " Short accounts make friends. long Hobby: Sports Ambition: Announcer Clubs: Current Events Teams: Track (2) Obiective: University of Southern California SAMUEL WINOGRAD " Sam " Thou art now a man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Mining Engineer Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Chemistry, Math, Current Events Teams: Track Objective: New Mexico School of Mining ALBERT C. WITTENAUER " Al " He who hesitates is lost. Hobby: Music Ambition: Engineer Objective: College (67) ALBIN J. WOJNILOWICZ •■Al " He knoLVs all, he sees all. Hobby: Music Ambition : Success Honors: Individual Prize First Lieutenant Clubs: Orchestra (2, 3. 4), Chemistry Objective: College GEORGE WONG ■ Kong " An honest gentleman. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Harvard ELLIOT WOO " Cupcakes " Vain is the help of man. Hobby: Chemistry Honors: Honor Roll (2, 3) Ambition: Success First Lieutenant Objective: College ROBERT S. WOOD " Woodsie " Determination can move mountains. Hobby: Sailing Ambition: Physicist Honors:; Honor Roll (i, 2) I A Math First Lieutenant Clubs: Rifle Objective: M. I. T. WILLIAM B. WOODWARD " Woody " All ' s well that ends well. Hobby: Photography Honors: Honor Roll (2. 5) Second Lieutenant Clubs: Camera (3) Objective: College THOMAS Q. YEE ■Pucky " Steady and strong is he. Hobby: Mah Jong Ambition: Architect Honors: Room Captain (2, 3. 4 ) . Honor Roll (2) First Lieutenant Objective: College A. N. YIANNACOPOULOS " Hard Tack " Play with fire and you ' ll get burned. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Radio Engineer, Aeronautical Engineer Honors: Room Councilor (4) , Honor Roll (2) First Lieutenant Clubs: Camera Objective: College JAMES J. YOUNIS " Jim " Heroes are born not made. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: To make good First Lieutenant Clubs: German Club Objective: College HENRY F. ZACCHINI " Zack " If you can ' t win, never give up. Hobby: Reading Ambition: Accountant Objective: Business School JOHN ZACHIRCHUK " Wah Hoo " leave a character behind. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: To be an athlete Teams: Football (2, 3, 4) Objective; College PETER A, ZOGRAPHOS " Doctor " Honor an achievement above all. Hobby: Florist Ambition: Businessman Honors: Fidelity Prize Lieutenant Objective: Millionaire PETER J. ZAGARELLA " Zag " We reap as we have sown. Hobby: Driving Ambition: C. P. A. Captain Teams: Track Manager (1, 3 ' 4) Objective: Boston University g y Q £ T y y £ (68j Al.PHONSUS J. ALCUSKY ■AV Nice LCork if you can get il. Hobby; Model Airplanes Ambition ; Navy Teams: Football (4), Track (3. 4) JOHN W. APRILE Radiantly he smiles upon all mankind. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Journalist Objective: College JOHN C. BARRETT Is there a doctor in the housei " Hello. Doc. Ambition: Journalist Hobby: Reading Teams: Football (4) VINCENT BATCHELDER ■Dap " Take it, Mr. B. Hobby: Athletics Ambition: Success Objective: Business 5 A HENRY A. BRENNION " Dusty " Honor is the reward of virtue Hobby : Flying Ambition: Senior Pilot ' s Li- cense Objective: Solo flight around the world LEON HERVEY BURNS " Bunso " Just give me room. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Business Honors: Room Councillor (2). Spelling Champ (3) Teams: Track Asst. Manag- er Objective: Business College WILLIAM B. CADIGAN " Gusho " Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Hobby: Eating Ambition: Radio Singer Clubs: Glee (4), Rifle (4). Chess (4). Camera (4) Teams: Football (3. 4). Track, Baseball Objective: Susquehanna In- stitute JOHN J. P. CASBY " Lefty " Beware the Ides of March. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Beach Patrol Objective: West Point GEORGE R. CHAKERIS " Handsome " Haste Makes Waste. Hobby : Languages Ambition: Business Clubs: Chess Club. French Objective: Business School JOHN H. HARKINS " Chick " Hobby: Bowling Ambition: C. P. A. Honors: Individual Prize Clubs: Camera Teams: Rifle Objective: Bentley ' s STEPHEN F. CONNELLY " Stcvie " The hardest climbed rung is the first. Flobby: Sports Ambition: Journalist First Lieutenant Teams: Football (4) Objective: University of Southern California LEO C. CURRAN " Snow-Shoes " Quorum magna pars fui. Hobby: Dancing Ambition : To Dance well Objective: Commercial Flying FRED S. DE GIACOMO " Jocho " Don ' t count your chickens be- fore they are hatched. Hobby: Photography Ambition: President Clubs: Camera Club Objective: Tufts JOSEPH F. EGAN " Duke " Business is business. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Accountant First Lieutenant Teams: Track (i) Objective: Bentley ' s JOSEPH FELZANI " Alfalfa " Don ' t tell me. Lemme guess. Hobby: Music Ambition: Pharmacist Honors: Individual Prize (2) Clubs: Orchestra Teams: Tennis Objective: Mass. College of Pharmacy DOUGLAS G. FOSTER " Doug " Smott falla. Al. Hobby: Sports Ambition: To travel around world Lieutenant WILLIAM E. GALLAGHER " Cookie " His eyes towards Incas gold are turned. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Politician Objective: Boston University EDWARD A. GENOVESE " Genny ' Go west, young man, go west. Hobby: Furniture Ambition: A success in fur- niture business Honors: Honor Roll (2) VICTOR CHARLES GHIZ " Vic " Zealous but modest. Hobby: Music Ambition: C. P. A. Honors: Lawrence Prize in Qi and Ti, F and D. H. R. (3) Objective: Bentley s FREDERICK J. RILEY ' " Freddy " came. I saw, so what Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business C bjective: College WILLIAM H. HAUGH " " Bill " Time will explain it all. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Aeronautical De- signer Lieutenant Teams: Baseball (4) Objective: U. S. Naval Academy JOSEPH R. HOULE " Joe " What ' s in a name? Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Business Admin- istrator Honors: Honor Roll Objective: Business College FRANK J. IMBORNONE " Cousin " Be courteous to men and women. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Stenographer Objective : M. I. T. HYMAN KAIZERMAN • " Hy " Eat. Eat, and be merry. Hobby: Music, Hiking Ambition: Medical Doctor Objective: College JOHN F. KEANE " Rajah " Don ' t count your chickens before they ' re hatched. Hobby: Chemistry Ambition: Chemical Engineer Objective: M. I. T. ARTHUR F. KENNEY " Ken " Well, s ir, it was this way. Hobby: Military Drill Ambition: Army Oflicer Objective: Army Official GAETANO F. LALICATA " Lully " Money in the hand, and in the pocket. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Objective: Norwich Academy ROBERT E. LEE Men gladly believe what they wish to. Hobby: Photography Ambition: Postal Clerk Honors: Room Councilor (i, 2. 3) Clubs: Glee (2, 4) LEONARD LE HANE " Leny " What a plague it is to be too handsome. Hobby: Pool Ambition: Philanthropist First Lieutenant Clubs: Chess Teams: Track (i. 2) Objective: Night School (69) PAUL P. LYNCH ••Mike " Good heavens I What ' s this? Hobby: Dancing Honors: Athletic Captain ( I ) Clubs: Current Events, Glee Teams: Track (i. 2). Foot- ball (I. 2) Objective: College EDWARD J. McCarthy " Jack " Play the cat not the mouse. Hobby: Numismatist Ambition: Lawyer Objective: Davis-Elkins EDWARD w. McCarthy " Mac " Thou art now a man. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Morris-Harvey JOHN P. McDonald •■Mack " The elements mixed gently in his nature. Hobby: Sailing Ambition: Electrician Teams: Track (i, 2, 3, 4), Football (3) Objective: College JAMES T. MARAKOULOS ••Jimmy " Indeed, a proper man. Ambition: Journalist Hobby: Reading Honors: Spelling Bee Winner Objective: Sports Writer JOSEPH E. NAPOLITANO •■Nap " A word from the wise is sufficient. Hobby: Swimming Objective: College JOSEPH J. OCONNELL ■■Joe " Resolve, and thou art free. Hobby:: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: A Success KEVIN OCONNELL ■ ' Kev " He does what he ought who does what he can. Hobby: Yacht Racing Ambition : Lawyer Clubs: Debating. Current Events Teams : Track ( i , 3 ) Objective: Harvard MATTHEW O ' DONNELL • ' Noisy " You can ' t judge a book by its cover. Hobby: Photography Ambition : Governor Cadet Captain Clubs: Rifle team (3. 4) Objective: Norwich Academy JOHN W. PARKER, JR. • ' Chappy ' ' The right bring counsel. Hobby: Music Ambition: Commercial Artist Objective: Art School PAUL J. PHAIR " P. J. " There is no rose without a thorn. Ambition: Journalism Objective: Boston University EMILEO T. PUOPOLO " Mel " Slop, look and listen. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Baseball Player GERALD J. PURCELL " Jerry " Hobbv: Philatelist Ambition: Journalism ENRICO RATTO " Rick " Kind deeds are wrought by me. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Honors: Lieutenant Objective: Successful Busi- ness Man MERLIN L. REID " Bob " Tm telling you — not asking you. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Engineer Honors: Cadet Captain Objective: Northeastern Uni- versity FREDERICK RIHBANY " Slugger " Hobby: Bowling Ambition: Journalist Objective: College of Jour- nalism EMANUEL B. SALON " Manny " A lover of the great outdoors. Hobby: Scouting Ambition: Business Objective: Business School EUGENE V. SCIGLIANO " Mike " As happy as the day is long. Hobby: Hunting Ambition: Accountant Objective: Tufts JOSEPH V. SCUZZARELLA " Joe " Words mean nothing. Hobby: Reading Ambition : To travel First Lieutenant Objective: United States Navy WILLIAM C. RYAN " Chick " Save me virtue ' s reward. Hobby: Roller Skating Ambition: Telegraph Opera- tor Teams: Track (3) Objective: School of Tele- graphy PAUL M. SHEERIN • ' Shock " They also serve who only stand and wait. Hobby: Radio Ambition: Announcer Cadet Captain Teams: Track Objective: Bentley ' s FRANK H. SHELTON " Shotgun " am monarch of all I survey. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor Honors: Honor Roll (i). Athletic Captain Second Lieutenant Clubs: Crrr nt Events Teams: Trick (2. 3. 4) Objective: Tufts CHARLES F. SMYTH " Chi: ' A flood of laughter in his eyes. 1 lobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: Business School PASQUALH V. SORGI " J. J. " A penny for your thoughts. Hobby: Boating Ambition : Navy Honors: Honor Roll (2) Clubs: Chemistry, Camera Objective: College JOHN G. TAYLOR " John " Wishes never filled the bag. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Business Objective: To own my own business WALTER J. WILSON " Wally " I ' m not asking you: I ' m telling you. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Success Objective: Boston College STANLEY WOJCIK " Chuck " A man throughout. Hobby: Stamps Ambition: Surgeon Honors: Honor Roll (2) Cadet Captain Clubs: Chemistry Teams: Track (2. 3, 4) Objective: Harvard SIDNEY P. WOLPERT " Wally " Bold in heart. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Business Objective: College RICHARD D. WRIGHT " Lefty " Be noble in every thought. Hobby: Sports Ambition: Air Corps Objective: West Point OSCAR W. YOUNG " Scar " He gives twice who gives quickly. Hobby: Sports Ambition: U. S. Marine Objective: Intelligence Service MICHAEL J. ZIND ' ' Jitterbug " Oh! Had I the wings of a dove. Hobby: Dancing Ambition : Doctor Objective: College (70) THE CHC€NICLE ln 9 uK(:f kaJs a ' 39 September 8, 1938 Horrors! Is the vacation over so soon? This great institution for the one hundred and eighteenth time flings open its doors in welcome to a multitude of eager students. We return for the last time to our books and classrooms. September 9, 1938 Countless freshmen learn that the building lacks an elevator. November i, 1938 The Record goes on sale for the first time this year. By 9:30 a copy cannot be had for love, money or carchecks. November 17, 1938 Gather ye rosebuds while ye may; Accept all carchecks on this day. Yes, you guessed it: senior class elections. After the cloud of dust clears, we see Emil Pagliarulo, Vincent Boris, James Flynn, Robert Du Wors, and James McNamee. Congratulations. November 24, 1938 In memory of 3,359 turkeys who fell bravely in the field of ac- tion. English High School defeats Public Latin School in the fiftieth football classic by a score of six to nothing. Joy and rapture! December 22, 1938 Hot dog! Vacation! January 5, 1939 Justice Paul G. Kirk ad- dresses the assembled seniors, giving much excellent advice. February 7, 1939 Parent ' s Day. Many proud parents watch military drill exhibi- tion in the drill hall. Afterwards they hear addresses of welcome by Mr. Reed and by President Pagliarulo. February 10, 1939 The seniors enjoy the big social event of the year: the Blue and Blue Prom. The Georgian Room in the Hotel Statler is the scene of this great suc- cess. Congratulations to Dance Committee Chairman McCarthy and aides. March 7, 1939 English track men bring home the bacon: once more the Reggie title is ours. Orchids to Coach Ohrenberger and his sterling track men. April 14, 1939 Prize Drill comes and leaves the usual quota of colonels, majors and dis- appointed. May 12, 1939 The social events for this year draw to a close with the successful Farewell Prom. High above the streets of Boston on the Parker House Roof the sen- iors enjoy their last class dance. May 29, 1939 With the usual solemnity and ceremony the annual outdoor patriotic ex- ercises are held in memory of the sons of English High who laid down their lives for their country. June 6, 1939 To the strains of martial mu- sic, the Boston school-boy cadets swing through the streets in the annual parade. It proves to be a thrilling spectacle for the thousands of spectators. June 15, 1939 Alas, our high school days are over. Graduating exercises are held in Tremont Temple. Despite all remarks to the contrary, every senior carries a heavy heart as he turns to leave the familiar halls of English High. CLASS msTccr If-i =Mi maK J.. 2l am ' 39 The end draws nigh, and before long we shall, with lagging steps and heavy hearts, de- part from this old school to which we owe so much. As the years hurtle by, we shall pause time and time again to reflect on these care-free days, and in these reflections find an escape from the care and sorrows of the world. As we fondly glance back over the past four years, we are aware of a warm glow in our hearts, a glow that is beyond the descriptive power of mer. ' words. Before we take our leave and step a- cross the threshold to wend our way up the road of life, let us pause to look back on those four years that we shall be able to live again only in cherished memories. On approaching English High on that clear October morning in 1935 (the opening of school was deferred one month due to an in- fantile paralysis epidemic here in Boston ) , we felt at first a sensation of awe and pride wrought by the vastness of the building and its time- worn exterior mellow with tradition. Inside a labyrinth of long, intricate passages confronted us. All was a confusing, chaotic bustle before our unaccustomed eyes. We envied and re- spected the upper-classmen simply because they were able to find their way about the building without apparent effort. The days passed, and with the help of teachers and upper-classmen we gradually con quered our first confusion. We watched with pride as our football team, a well-drilled, relentless juggernaut, rolled its way to an undefeated season and the city championship. Under the guidance of Majors Driscoll and Meanix, we began to drill, and. strange as it seems to us now, we rather en- joyed carrying a rifle. As the months flew by, that imperceptible something known as Eng- lish High School spirit began to permeate our beings, while friendships sprang up that were later to mature. We received our first taste of military competition in Prize Drill, and still another in the Street Parade. Finally the long awaited vacation arrived and our first year as English High men came to a close. The summer vacation sped by with amaz- ing celerity, as summer vacations are wont to do, and we returned to drink once more from the brimful cup of learning. The size of our class was greatly enlarged due to the infusion of new students from the various intermediate schools. It was in this year that we really began to emerge from the shell of outsiders and delve into the extra-curricular activities of the school. Some of us made our bid for fam? in the athletic field, others joined one of the musical units or one or two of the clubs. In December, the splendid new cafeteria, the con- struction of which was made possible by the untiring, energetic efforts of Mr. Downey, opened its doors. As an added attraction to the cafeteria, both popular and classical music were to be enjoyed by the students during the lunch period. The followers of schoolboy track in the state witnessed one of the most astounding upsets in recent schoolboy track history when a lion-hearted English High track team dethroned a heavily favored New- ton High contin gent in the indoor state meet. A few weeks later an upset even more startling occurred, but this time it was English that was overthrown. After winning the indoor Regi- mental title for sixteen years in succession, and mlaking her possession of the crown almost an unwritten law in Boston, English was final- ly downed by Mechanics. Our poignant wounds were soon soothed, however, as Eng- Hsh swamped Mechanics in the outdoor Regi- mental Meet. The warm days came, when it was difficult to pursue the daily grind, and then — • the summer vacation. Once again we returned to the now familiar halls of E. H. S. We were now upper-class- men and could cast a supercilious glance at the lowly freshmen and sophomores. Many of us secured places in Coach Ohrenberger s athletic teams: others rose to the rank of sergeant in drill. The track team snatched the indoor Regimental crown away from Me- chanics and retained the outdoor title. Time marched on, and soon we found ourselves in the midst of a stirring political campaign. We elected as our Junior class officers: Emil Paglia- rulo, Vincent Boris, James Flynn, Bill Powers, and Hal Haddad. Led by captain Tom Maloney, the baseball team completed the season with a record of ten won and two lost, and captured the coveted city championship. We watched with sorrow as one of our staunchest friends. Major Joseph McK. Dris- coll, departed for Fort Leavenworth, Texas, to prepare for further military honors. In June, the streets of Boston reverberated once more with the sounds of tramping feet as the cadets proudly marched in the annual Street Parade. The school term rapidly expired, and we joy- ously abandoned ourselves to the relaxation of the summer vacation. The portals of English High were thrown open once more, and we returned with the comforting realization that we were seniors at last. This was the last lap, the year when our qualities of leadership, accumulated through our experience of the past three years, were to manifest themselves. Our football team, with Vin Hickey at the helm, ran roughshod over its opponents, and culminated an undefeated, once-tied season with a brilliant victory over our arch-rival, Boston Latin School. Once again we found ourselves mid the animated harangues of the office-seekers. After a bitter struggle, Emil Pagliarulo, Vincent Boris, James Flynn, Bob DuWors, and James McNamee emerged with the spoils of victory. Requested by the governor of the Commonwealth to take the responsible position of Commissioner of Education, our beloved headmaster, Mr. Walter F. Downey, regretfully took leave of English High to perform his duty to his state. The sorrow of the faculty and student body at the abrupt departure was somewhat allevi- ated by the fact that the circumstance was a splendid recognition of the accomplishments of Mr. Downey. Mr. Reed, the popular head of the Latin department, was named as the Act- ing Headmaster. The track team, conforming to custom, withstood the surprising onslaught of Mechanics to retain possession of the Regi- mental crown for another year. On the long awaited evening of February lo, 1939, the Blue and Blue Prom was held in the delight- ful atmosphere of the Hotel Statler ' s Georgian Room, where gay couples glided and osten- tatiously displayed the latest steps to the tempo of Ken Reeves and his New Englanders. The success of the prom was due in great measure to the adroit handling of the innumerable particulars by Bob McCarthy and his Dance Committee. But now we must leave the be- loved, tile corridors of English High. We sincerely hope that our sojourn here has to some extent augmented the honorable and estimable traditions of the glorious old school. Whatever field in life we venture into, we must attempt to maintain the high ideals of the school, thus making us worthy of the ap- pellation " English High Men " . That is in- deed the noblest way to show our gratitude. (73) ATHLETICS XT ENGLISH HlCli ECCTCALL As we glance over the most recent chapter in the English High book of achievements, written by the 1938-39 athletes, we are pos- sessed with a feeling of satisfaction and pride. The performance of the respective teams on the gridiron, track and diamond compares fav- orably with any of the past, and sets a record of which the Class of ' 39 can rightly be proud. Let us briefly revue the highlights of this year ' s sports calendar. It was the sixth day of October, 1938 when we found ourselves seated in the north bleach- ers of National League Park, where we were to witness the initial football conflict of the Boston Public Schools, between Dorchester and English. In the second period Jim Walsh carried the ball for the only touchdown for the Blue and Blue. In the following chapter Dorchester rallied and crossed the stripe after a pass from the 23. This completed the scor- ing, and English had launched her campaign with a tie. Columbus Day saw English break a two- year run of dead-locks with the Boston Trade School. In the third period, following a series of passes which brought the Blue to the 4 yard line, Fran Reale bucked thru the Trade line for the only touchdown. Frannie com- pleted the job with a toeing that bisected the uprights. English 7 — Trade o. The B. C. High game was another one- touchdown affair. Late in the final period Reale crossed the goal but the " kick-after " was wide. Walsh, Reale, Comer, MacDonald, and Loring were the chief offence men, while Captain Hickey and his line, composed of Holland, Knudson, Kenney, King, and How- ard, took care of the defense work. UNDEFEATED CITr CHA.MDICNS Firsf Row — Loring, Zachirchuk, Reale, Hickey (Capt.). Kenney. MacDonald, Shtogren Second Row — W. F. Downey. Headmaster: Walsh, Donovan. Knudson, Howard, Moir. Laird. Connors, Malkasian, Coach Wm. Ohrenberger Third Row — Mgr. Haddad, O ' Mal- ley. Brown, Comer, Oranburg, Holland, Wilson, King. Sweeney Fourth Row — Albondy, Coffey, O ' Toole, DriscoU, Ricker, Cawley, Clancy, Sullivan, Burke, Thompson REGIMENTAL CliAMPICNS 1939 First Row — Markov. Ardagna. MacDonald, Francis. Capt. Concannon. Shtogren, Walsh, Santrcy. Tgavelekos Second Row — CoachOhrenberger, Connally, Lavin, Turner. Hall, Cassell. Accomando. Cruikshank. Carusone. Fisher. Mgr. Merlino Third Row — Jumper. Albondy. Fanna, Kline. Nearhos. Rhone. Cusick. McDonnell. Cornell, Stavaris Fourth Row — Flanagan, Kearney. Chiten, Clancy, Moir, Howard, Oranburg, Malkasian, Shelton At Groton both teams " went to town " in a big way. In the second minute of play " Sleepy Joe " King took a pass from Realc and sauntered across the line. Tom Comsr kicked the point. Reale smashed through from the three yard line in the same period. In the second half Groton raised the score to 19- 14, in favor of English. Hickey and Shtogren succeeded in bringing the ball to the one yard line from which point Reale made short work of a touchdown. Comer kicked to raise the tally to English 26 — Groton 14. In the Memorial tilt we saw " Red " Loring run 90 yards on an intercepted pass for a touchdown. This was the first score of the game. Johnny MacDonald scored the other two, the first on a jaunt from the 41 yard line and the second with a 65 yard run. After his first score Comer kicked the point. English 19 — Memorial o. Early in the Commerce game Bob Loring rounded the end for the first figures. Comer smashed through from the Commerce 40 and out-ran his pursuer to score another half dozen units. In the third period Walsh recovered a fumble and hurried to the posts. " Whacky " again crossed the goal-line after intercepting a pass at mid-field. The double-Blue pigskin-paraders climaxed their season by defeating their arch rivals, Public Latin School, by a score of 6-0. Fran- nie Reale was rewarded for his sterling perform- ance throughout the season by the honor of scoring the sole touchdown against the Purple. By winning this game the English-men earned for themselves the title of " City Cham- pions. " This year hockey has been sanctioned by the Boston School Committee and made a major (75) TIED rCC CITT CHAMPICNSHIP firs Roiv — Boris. Bowers. Clarke, Capt. Doherty. Malkasian. Murphy. Moriarty. Second Roic — Coach Ohrenbergcr. Banpon. CasscU. Bernhardt. Burke. Milne. Third Roll ' — Mgr. Haroian, OMalley, Canty. O Sul- livan. Hogarty. Mgr. McCarthy. Sport. English, under the competent captain- ship of Bill Doherty, wounci up the season tied for second place with Latin. In the opener Malkasian and Clarke started, the former scoring four goals and one assist and the latter four assists and one goal. Di- Natale scored the only goal for Mechanics in the last period. . . . Lining up against Dor- chester for their second game the Blue blade- men white-washed the Red and Blacks 2-1. Captain Bill sunk the first puck on an assist from center, Pete Clarke, and Pete netted an- other one after a pass from Canty. . . . The hockey outfit from the High School of Com- merce handed Dame English her first defeat. Fillion, Commerce right winger, was respons- ible for the winning point of the game. The Memorial game was a memorable one in which the representatives of the double-Blue displayed true English fighting spirit. After Memorial had taken the first point, Doherty retaliated on a pass from Malkasian. Clarke took the next goal to win for English. This meet served to show Coach Ohrenberger who his future stars were to be. Names of note appearing in this meet were: Captain Joe Concannon, who has won top honors in the dash in all the Armory Meets and such import- ant meets as the Northeastern Inter-Scholastic games, Andov r, and the State Meet: Bob Con- nell and Ralph Cruikshank, both running for the first time on an English track; Jim Walsh, Dick Francis, Emil Pagliarulo, Emil Shtogren, LaForrest Hall, John Carusone, Joe Lavin, Marco Accomando, Ralph Moir, Burt Oran- burg, Pete N arhos and several newcomers. We saw English shellac Dorchester and Trade in their first triangular meet. The total tallies were lopsided figures: English 251, Dorchester 64.1 2 , Trade 39J 2 • ■ • - At the K. of C. Meet the midget relayers showed their mettle to some 17,000 sport fans. . . . English ' s total was more than double the second place points in the Mechanics-Memorial Meet. The dash proved to be a breath-taker as Concannon came up on the last fifteen yards to nip " Bullets " Bill Friary, the Artisan. In the Class " B " high- jump Joe Lavin reached 5 ' 9 " to easily outdo all opponents. . . . The Latin Meet was mere- ly a repetition of the Class Meet. Our brothers from Pasteur Polytechnic were on the short side of a 220 - 131 score. . . The crepe-soled sons of English brought their season to a grand and glorious climax when they nipped Mechanic Arts in the annual Regimental Meet. Those present at that thrill-filled contest saw Burt Oranburg smash the " C ' shot put record by twelve inches as English totalled 8 3 J 4 points to Mechanic Arts ' 79. In track, as well as in football, Mother Montgomery has well earned the title " City Champion ' . On January 11, 1939, we entered the East Armory to witness the first indoor track meet of the season, the Blue and Blue Class meet. The crisp, fresh air of spring tingles our nostrils, and once more King Baseball is being honored by sports lovers everywhere. Out at Billings Field some two hundred English aspir- ants to baseball fame are warming up for a record season. Co-captains Jim Walsh and (76) Walt Cassell arc looking forward to the City and State Championships with much confid- ence. For the first time in many years English has been entered in the race for State Cham- pionship. Glancing through the roster we find the names of several veterans of last season such as " Mo " Chisholm, Joe Rosetti, Leo Murray, Bill Gagan, Joe King, Ray Byron, John McCue, and Johnny Paquette. Tom Brennan and " Sarky " Malkasian are two newcomers of note. The team sesms to shap: up very well at the practice sessions, and the fellows promise a schedule full of thrill-packed playing, with exciting and victorious games. Relay Team: Walsh. Carusonc. Accomando, Hall EASE CALL TE M 1939 First RoLV — Rosetti. Byron. Capt. Cassell, Roiv — Coach Ohrenberger, McCue. Gagan. Mgr. Perkins Third Row — Sacco. Malkasian, Capt. Walsh. Chisholm. Dillon Second Brennan. Lavanchy. Sullivan. Ferriter. Murray, O ' Sullivan. King. O ' Malley. Ahern CLASS eirr luf. kJilUam . PaweU ' 39 The Class of ' 39 has presented to the school a large number of new books. A more appropriate gift would be difficult to imagine. A library with a wide variety of reading mat- ter is essential to a well-balanced school. The necessity of continual addition to the library cannot be over-emphasized. In this connection it may be mentioned that in the making of this gift, our class is carrying on a tradition, fairly new, but one that admirably illustrates the fine spirit of the graduates of English High. Lack of funds has made it im,possible for the city to furnish new books, and the last several graduating classes have filled this need. The true value of a gift to a school lies in its usefulness to a large proportion of the students, and a gift of books enjoys the broadest possible distribution. Books are useful in a thousand ways — in dispensing information, giving enjoyment, and most of all in disseminating ideas. If through these books one boy is inspired or one new view of a subject is given, they will have served their purpose. And, by the way, they ' re good reading! The following books are included in the gift of the Senior Class to the School Library; Anderson. Mary of Scotland Bates. Prisons and beyond Brande. Wake up and live Corbett. Cruise of the Gull-flight Cunliffe. Pictured story of English literature Dobie. Apache gold and Yaqui silver Masefield. Dead Ned Mayall and Sundials: how to know, Mayall. use, and make them Mayer. Never to die Morgan. Messenger to the Pharoah Finger. When guns thundered at Tripoli Flaherty. Moviemakers Fowler. The king ' s English Fuller. Harvard has a homicide Goldberg. The wonder of words Gould. Windows on the world Hall. Outdoor handicraft for boys Holme. The splendid fairing Hughes. Book of major sports James. Flint spears Kelly. Treasure mountain Lampland. Hobbies for everybody Philip. Poincare. Shaw. Snaith. Thrall and Hibbard. Van Gelder Webb. White. Whitman. Wister. Woodward. Yeats, editor. Conquest of the stratosphere Foundations of science Saint Jean At grips with Everest Handbook to literature Front page story Precious Bane The sword in the stone Representative modern dramas The Virginian It ' s an art Oxford book of modern verse, 1892- 1935 CCMCINEC CCMMITTEES First Row — Duwors, Boris, Mr. Reed. Pagliarulo. Mr. Frazicr. McNamee. McCarthy, Second Row — Haddad, Bowers. Sadowski. Reale, Di Giacomo, Donovan, Abruzzi. Gouse Third Row — Raiklen. Kelky. R. Sullivan, Hall,, Austin. Donnellan. Buchanan Fourth Row — Tumbety, E. Donovan, Fillis, Rickcr. Powers, McMorrow, Randall AMCNe THE CLUBS Paul cM-. Randcdi 39 eLEE CLLC The Glee Club, composed of the more tal- ented among us, has enjoyed an unusually active and fruitful year under the capable di- rection of Mr. Burke, of the Music Department, and Mr. Evans of our own faculty. This organization has creditably represented the school at the Eastern Music Teachers ' Confer- ence held in Boston and at many other affairs. In addition, many concerts have been given here at school, the most notable being that held in April, in which all the musical groups of the school took part. THE LIECACy Cecils Without the Library Corps, the library could not function. The boys execute all routine work such as checking books out or in, collecting fines, rearranging books on the shelves, etc. It is worthy of note that all boys in this organization have received honor grades as well as high personality marks, and have been recommended for the position by a member of the faculty. The Executive Committee of the Library Corps is as follows: President, Raiklen: Vice President, Powers: Secretary, Randall. (80) DCCATING CLUE CUCCENT EVENTS CLUC Debating is perhaps one of the oldest and best known forms of leisure-time activity. In charge of furthering the forensic art at English High is Mr. Moloney, well-known member of our history department. Numerous debates with other schools have been participated in by the members of our club and more contests are planned for the im- mediate future. Many members will, we are sure, profit greatly in later life from the poise and self- confidence acquired through participation in the work of this club. The executive committee is as follows: Donald Horan, President: Robert E. Kelley, Secretary. Formed to further the logical discussion of happenings of general interest, the Current Events Club met regularly with Mr. Phelps as faculty advisor. Under the direction of President John Proct- or the meetings took the form of a prepared debate between two members of the club fol- lowed by a period in which each member had the opportunity to express his opinions on the subject under discussion. The activities of this club have undoubtedly promoted the formation of logical processes of thinking which will enable the members to select the valuable bits of information to be found in the news and to piece them together to form a logical, complete account of any one problem, from which they may draw an accur- ate conclusion. The officers of the Club are: President, Proctor: Vice President, H. Paglia- rulo: Secretary, Shelton. First Row — Austin, Orlando. Randall, Raiklen. Powers, Kramer, Mcrlino Second Row — Blair, Dyer, Fcttig. Kahn, Zacarian, Westerlund. Burton Third Row — Fidrocki, Mabee. Udaloy. Nielsen. Horan. Varnerin, Crookles MATH CLUD First Roiv — Verrochi. Raiklen, Shaknov, Baumberger. Gillooly, Sadowski. Fiore. Pasquinc Second Row — Leon. Randall. Goodman. Mr. Lundin. Rosenficld. Bicderman, Gouse Third RoLU — Smith. Donncilan. Duwors, Kramer An unusually profitable year has been the reward of the members of the Chemistry Club, at least from the standpoint of gaining know- ledge of chemistry not included in the regular high-school course. At each meeting the members have been re- galed with a lecture by a faculty member of the Science Department on, for example, the Marsh Test for arsenic which is used to dis- cover who killed who, or some equally inviting subject. In addition to these interesting talks the members have been given the opportunity to visit the chemistry departments of some widely- known industrial firms such as the Hunt-Spiller Manufacturing Co., The H. P. Hood Co., and the General Electric Co. The officers of the Chemistry Club are: President Gouse, Vice President Kelley, Secretary Powers. THE MATH CLUD The Math Club has met on the first and third Tuesdays of each month under the guid- ance of Mr. Lundin. At thss: meetings talks were delivered by members on specially pre- pared topics. This preparation at times in- cluded the actual construction and use in solv- ing problems of a statometer, slide rule or other instrument. The climax of this club ' s activities will be reached in a trip to Gloucester during which the latitude of that town will be computed, using a sextant. The Math Club is to be commended for providing a helpful addition to the regular high-school course as well as enjoyment. The officers of the Math Club for the first half of the year were: President, Baumberger: Vice President, Shaknov; Secretary, Raiklen: and for the second half: President, Gillooly: Vice President, Sadowski; Secretary, Fiore. (82) THE CAMERA CLUD THE AVIATICN CLUE Those interested in photography, and aware that there is more to the matter than snapping a shutter and running to a developing agency, joined the camera club which met regularly with Mr. Clark as faculty advisor. Field trips were organized, the films devel- oped and printed by the members themselves, and contests held to determine the best pic- tures taken on these trips. This activity was supplemented by talks from members on var- ious phases of photography. The executive committee is as follows: President, Duke: Vice President, Gushing; Secretary, Ross. The embryo aviators of E. H. S. have been organized into the Aviation Club by Mr. Peacock. The meetings alternated shop- work or actual construction, with discussions and strictly supervised contests. Recently, in the school library, the Aviation Club has sponsored an exhibit which featured a model plane powered by a tiny gasolene engine (no fooling — it ' s fed with a medicine dropper.) This exhibit elicited much favor- able comment from members of the school and was a tribute to the fine spirit of the club. The officers of the Aviation Club are: Commander, Spero: Vice Commander, Sinesi; Secretary, Travis. First Roll ' — Berger. Shaheen, Buchanan. Furey, Green. Grolnic, Horan Second Roiv — Murphy. Maclausland, Lurenti. Lyons. Kahn. Abraham Third Row — Giusti. Burgess, Mullin. Gardner. Heyer, Killeen, Miller CPCHESTCA First Row — Perritera. Felzani. Gardner, Fcrrante (Concert Master). Wojnilowicz, Fizoli. Zacarian. Rismini. Gavin Second Row — Talkov. Williamson, Pacitti, McCue, Meimaris, Benenati. Rubin, Torlone, Gerber, McMahon, White Third Row — Bruno, Riccio. Purcell. Canty. Cawley, Rossi. Fourth Row — Trotman, Clegg, De Marco, La Conca. Suarino. Gertel. Zarba. Gray THE CCCH EXTRA The orchestra, led by Mr. Rand, has pro- vided a fine opportunity for those boys so in- cHned to demonstrate their abiUty while being of real service by participating in alternate as- semblies. Many outside engagements have been filled by the orchestra, which will cease its activities on graduation night. THE I IELE CLUC The Rifle Club has met one evening each week under the direction of Major Lannon, the school armorer. Temporary ranges have been set up in the basement where the boys practice. From the entire club is selected a team to compete with similar teams from other schools, faring, it must be said, exceedingly well. The officers of the club are: President Campbell: Vice President Hardy; Secretary Raullerson. THE EANH Under the experienced leadership of Mr. Connell, the E. H. S. Band has held rehearsals twice weekly, has played at alternate assemblies, and at Prize Drill: all this is preparation for that supreme test, the annual Schoolboy Parade. This is one of the many extra-curricular act- ivities that both present the opportunity for acquiring knowledge and skill which may be of definite value at some future time and con- stitute a source of never failing pleasure. (84) JULY or SEPTEMBER? In business you will need the subjects BRYANT (S STRATTON offers. If you go to college you will be able to use some of them to good advantage. You may also need the school ' s EMPLOYMENT DEPT. So don ' t delay visiting, phoning, or writing to learn about the SUMMER or the regular FALL SEASON. BRYANT 6- STRATTON COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Cor. Boylston and Arlington Streets at the " ARLINGTON " subway station Telephone KEN more 6789 BuRDETT College COURSES FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN Business Administration- Accounting, Executive ' s As- sistant (for men), Executive Secretarial, Stenographic Secretarial, Shorthand, Type- writing, uo o kke e pi n g , and Finishing iTSes. One- and Two-Year Programs. Previous commercial training not required for entrance. Leading colleges represented in attendance. Students from different states. Place- ment service free to gradu- ates. Visitors welcome. 61 ST YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER, 1939 3 As an institution, Burdett College is now an acknowledged leader in the field in which its work is done. Statesmen, financiers, bank officials, presidents, vice-presidents, treasurers, and many others holding important business positions arc numbered among its alumni. Yet its pride as an institution rests not alone upon the achievements of the illustrious, but upon the accomplishments of that large number of men and women who, because of the practical nature of the training received, now hold responsible positions in various lines of business in many states. r 9 or for Day or ' cftoof Cafafogiis w ' ! " ' I HI w 156 STUART STREET, BOSTON • HANcock 6300 (93) MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY. Prepare for the profession of your choice at Middlesex University. Chartered by the State. Courses of professional standing offered in medicine, podiatry, veterinary medicine, and pharmacy. Two-year Pre-Medical, one-year Pre- Veterinary, and four-year degree (A. B., R. S. ) courses offered in College of Arts and Sciences. Modern, newly erected buildings beautifully situated on a 96-acre campus. Extensive, well-equipped laboratories. High-grade faculty of specialists for each school. All schools of Middlesex University are co-educational. School of Medicine — Four-year course. M. D. degree. School of Veterinary Medicine — D. V. M. degree in four years. School of Podiatry (Chiropody) — Three-year professional course. School of Pharmacy — Prepares for State Board examinations. Comprehensive two- year course. Graduates of this high school admitted without examination. The Schools of Podiatry and Pharmacy are located in the Back Bay Building, 4 5 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts Catalog will be sent on request MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY, Waltham, Mass. 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 make rapid progress. Freshmen and sophomores may cut their high school course to three years by taking our fully accredited Summer Session courses. We will gladly send you a catalogue Summer Session Opens July 5, 1939 470 Commonwealth Ave. at Kenmore Square, - Tel. COM. 9262 (94) Massachusetts School of Physiotherapy Day and Evening Course -- Co-Educational GRADUATES QUALIFY for hotli itrivate, city, and State positions in Medical Offices, Hosi)itais and Clinics as Physiotherapists and X-Ray Technicians or Medical Masseurs. Placement Bureau for all graduates. Diploma awarded. One-year day course — or C(iui alent two-year evening course witli training in all branches of Physiotherapy (including ] jlectr( thera])y, X-Kay, Medical Massage, Colonic Irrigation, etc.) Clinical and Ilosjiital training. Individual instruction by Physicians and Technician.s. X-RAY COURSE — One-year comprehensive course, including h()si)ital training. Graduates of English High School may be admitted without scholastic entrance examinations. New term begins September 21, 1939. Catalogue upon request. Registrar: 199 PROSPECT ST., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. KiRkland 5552 Tremont Pharmacy MICHAEL H. BEDieAN, R. Ph., Prop. 500 Tremont Street corner Dover Street Boston, Mass. LADIES jBd MENS rORN4L CLOTHES RtAD WHITE CAPS AND eOWNS Official Jeweler to the English High Schoo Class of 1939 C H. WALLBANK COMPANY Manufacturing Jewelers Rings, Pins, Trophies, Medals and Jewels EMBLEMATIC JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS (95) BENTLEY Purpose Trains men for a business career by providing a two-year course of specialization in accounting and allied subjects. Growth The largest school in the United States which is devoted exclusively to training men in accounting and finance. Started in 19 17 with 29 students; enrollment this year, over 3,000. Results Hundreds of graduates have risen to major positions such as presidents, vice-presidents, partners, general managers, treasurers, controllers, credit managers, general auditors, sales managers, superin- tendents, statisticians, chief accountants, cost accountants, office managers. The Trend Modern business increasingly demands men who can do superlatively good work in one field. Bentley training equips men to meet this demand. The accounting department is a direct avenue to executive positions. It is the key department of business administration. Bentley Training Appeals to Men Who Wish to Make Time Count Tuition. $260 A YEAR Send for catalog The BENTLEY SCHOOL of ACCOUNTING 6- FINANCE 9 2 I BOYLSTON Street, Boston, Massachusetts H. C. BENTLEY, C. P. A.. President (96) Xew England BusixES! School 38 NEWBURY STREET - BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS operated by BABSON ' S STATISTICAL ORGANIZATION INCORPORATED Our students benefit from training which is personally organized by Mr. Roger W. Babson. In forty years of active business he has hired, trained and managed thousands of young men and women. His interests include contacts with the nation ' s foremost industries. When enrolling in the New England Business School, you associate yourself with an atmos- phere of successful business leadership. To Secure and Hold a Position you are soundly trained in accounting, typewriting, stenography, and other skilled business subjects. For Future Promotion you are given courses in applied economics, principles of management, public speaking, and other subjects helpful to personality development. Purchasing Courses are particularly emphasized. These courses are believed to be valuable to students both as future business men and women, and as consumers. Trips to Plants are a feature of the School and put you in touch with actual working conditions in typical factories, stores, and offices. Placement In Jobs is among the School ' s most helpful activities. Altho jobs cannot be " guaranteed " , every effort is made to assist competent graduates get placed and promoted. A unique Work-Study program is of- fered to help capable students apply their training and prepare for entrance into business positions. Students gain a powerful advantage in being trained at a realistic school, — a school which is organized and operated from the viewpoint of active business men and experienced employers with widespread responsi- bilities an ' d large payrolls. Please address inquiries to BABSON ' S STATISTICAL ORGANIZATION INCORPORATED WELLESLEY HILLS, MASSACHUSETTS (97) In the Long Run . . you and your friends will prize the portrait that looks like you — your truest self, free from stage effects and little conceits. It is in this " long run " photography that PURDY success has been won. Portraiture by the camera that one cannot laugh at or cry over in later years. For present pleasure and future pride protect your photographic self by having PURDY make the portraits. 160 TREMONT STREET . • • BOSTON Official Photographers English High School Class of 1939 Special Discount Rates to all English High School Students PLEASING PORTRAITS PROMPT SERVICE RIGHT PRICES Means Satisfaction Guaranteed (98) Kennedy ' s fff Under-Grad Shop Clothes are favored by high-schoolers, prepsters and young collegians for their smartness of style - for their dependable quality, and for their exceeding good value! The new styles are ready for you now. KENNEDY ' S SUMMER AND HAWLEY STREETS - BOSTON SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY Cultural and Pre-Professional College of Liberal Arts — day. evening and part-time courses leading to A. B.. B. S. and B. S. in Ed. degrees (120 semester hours). Pre-professional courses (60 hours) for law . Journalism and Business Administration. Entrance requirements, 15 col- lege entrance units. Advanced standing for acceptable college credits. Professional Law School — 4-ycar day and evening course. LL. B. degree, prepares for bar examinations and Law practice. Entrance requirement. 60 semester hours of college credits. College of Journalism — day and evening courses. B. S. in J. degree. 120 semester hours (including 60 semester hours of Liberal Arts and instruction in all phases of Journal- ism ) . College of Business Administration — day and evening courses. B. S. in B. A. degree, 120 semester hours (including 60 semester hours of Liberal Arts) accounting ad- vertising, business management. Graduate School of Law — i-year evening course for LL.M. degree and higher pro- fessional standing. For LL.B. graduates only. Late- Afternoon and Saturday Courses for Teachers Special Summer School Courses Day and evening duplicate sessions All departments co-educational Combined faculties represent cultural and professional instruction of high quality and recognized achievement Call, write or phone CAP. 0555 for catalogs Colleges Law Schools SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR DERNE STREET BEACON HILL BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS (99) NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY DAY DIVISION COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Offers a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the understand- ing of modern culture, social relations, and technical achievement. The purpose of this program is 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 Offers a college program with broad and thorough training in the principles of business with specialization in ACCOUNTING, BANKING and FINANCE, or BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. Instruction is through lectures, solution of business problems, class discussions, motion pictures and talks by business men. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Provides complete college programs in Engineering with professional courses in the fields of CIVIL. MECHANICAL (with DIESEL. AERONAUTICAL, and AIR CON- DITIONING OPTIONS) , ELECTRICAL. CHEMICAL. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER- ING, and ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION, Students select, at the beginning of the sophomore year, the course in which they intend to specialize. CO-OPERATIVE PLAN The Co-operative Plan provides for a combination of practical industrial experience with classroom instruction. Upperclassmen earn a portion of their school expenses and make business contacts which prove valuable in later years. DEGREES AWARDED Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science EVENING DIVISION (For Men and Women) Providing complete courses of universiti grade, for high school graduates who find necessary to work during the dag but wish to study for further advancement. 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. 73% of graduates hold executive positions in business. Preparation for the C. P. A. examinations. School grants B. B. A. de- gree. Individual courses available to special students. EVENING DIVISION OF THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS A special three-year evening program pro- viding general education and preparation for the day and evening programs of the Northeastern University School of Law. Meets one-half the requirements for A. B. or B. S. degree. Title of Associate in Arts conferred. 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