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

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ft 1942 John J. Walsh, ' 42 Editor-in-Chief Francis L. X. Regan, ' 42 Business Manager Martin F. Kane, Ed.M. Faculty Adviser FRED ROBINSON MILLER, A. B. OR forty-five years you have directed the beginnings and progress of ten thousand men of Enghsh High School in the realm of the physical sciences, imparting with quiet persua- siveness, both by precept and example, a devo- tion to duty, a passion for accuracy and a will to work. EDWIN MERRILL RANDOLPH, A. B. A BELLE FRANCE, her language and cul- ture has been yovu ' delightful theme in our classrooms for thirty-three years. Your soimd scholarship, seasoned with the merry quip, has ever been characterized with dignity, verve and savoir-faire. The English High School FOREWORD These past years spent in study- ing to prepare ourselves for coping with the complexities of modern life have been filled with many happy associations a jew difficulties and perhaps, even some remorse. Those who have gone before say that these years will be viewed in retrospect as periods of great joy and happiness. . . . In organizing and printing our Year Book., it has been difficult to bring under one cover all the ex- periences and interests of a full high school course. We shall have attain- ed our goal if in some way, how- ever, our efforts help to preserve just a few of those everlasting 7nem- ories. in 1942 CONTENTS IV e are trying to fix in memory ' s store the days of our brief years at English High School. That those memories may be forever green we set them down as they pertain to our Faculty., Seniors, Activities, Athletics, Military Drill and Busi- ness Friends. Oiir Alma Mater, long famous, owes much of its renown to the high quality of men who have always served as teachers here at English High School. The educational sys- tem under the headmaster and heads of departments functions effectively and efficiently. Scholarship ad- visers, home room teachers, and masters all share in a heavy re- sponsibility. The high positions of honor and trust to which members of the Alumni have attained render eloquent testimony that the faculty is equal to its task. Front Row: Mr. U ' Aiiielio, Mr. Mclont-y, Mr. RtiiNin, .Mr. Card. Mr. MiCrcnsky, .Mr. U. Kvan.s, .Mr. Coniu-ll.v. .Mr. Hogan, Mr. Coughlin, Mr. Miller, Mr. Reed (Head Master), Mr. Daley, Mr. Ward, .Mr. Kenney, Mr. Hett ' ernan, Mr. Kane, Mr. Eccles, Mr. Powers, Mr. .Xdaiii.s, Mr. Maguire, Colonel Driscoll, Major Meani.v. fiecond Row: Mr. Rudman, Mr. Lundin, Mr. Pettingill, Mr. Leigliton, Mr. Rand. Mr. Roche, Mr. Slieelian, Mr. McC ' artliy, Mr. Sniishall, Mr. Scheffy, Mr. Kierstead, Mr. Dooling, Mr. Rivera, Mr. Macllroy, Mr. Goldings, Mr. Ilanier, Mr. Shapiro, Mr. Randolph, Mr. .1. Keelon, Mr. Hill, Mr. Peacock, Mr. Donovan. FACULTY ALBERT F. REED, A.B., Ed.M., Head Master English GERALD F. COUGHLIN, A.B., A.M. EARL M. BENSON, A.B. DONALD DEWART, A.B., Ed.M. THOMAS G. ECCLES, A.B., A.M. FREDERICK O. GIFFORD, A.B., Ed.M. WILLIAM J. HAYES, A.B. THOMAS C. HEFFERNAN, A.B., A.M., LLB MARTIN F. KANE, A.M., Ed.M., LL.B. ALFRED B. KERSHAW, A.B., A.M. JOSEPH L. MALONE, Sc.B., Ed.M. THOMAS J. McCABE, A.B. CHARLES E. McCOOL, A.B., A.M. MAURICE F. MURPHY, A.B. GEORGE I. PETTENGILL, A.B. WILLIAM J. ROCHE, A.B. CLINTON C. SCHEFFY, A.B. ROBERT G. SIMMONS, A.B., Ed.M. PHILIP M. WOODWELL, A.B., Ed.M. History D. LEO DALEY, A.B., A.M. RICHARD E. BURTON, A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. JOSEPH L. KENNEY, A.B., Ed.M. FRED H. KIERSTEAD, A.B. BERNARD H. McGRATH, A.B., A.M., LL.B. CECIL D. MacILROY, A.B. , A.M. FRANCIS X. MOLONEY, A.B., Ed.M. DEANE S. PEACOCK, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. ELMER H. PHELPS, A.B., A.M. I.,af in JOHN H. WARD, A.B., A.M. (acting) WILLIAM J. DOOLING, A.B., A.M. WALTER L. LEIGHTON, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. BERNARD L. McCABE, A.B. , A.M. KENNETH G. RICHARDS, A.B., A.M. JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN, A.B., A.M. Modern Languages BARNABY M. HOGAN, A.B., A.M. J. ALBERT BRACK, A.B. WALLACE M. CLARK, A.B.. A.M. ROBERT M. EVANS, A.B., A.M. LEO V. HALLORAN, A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. CHARLES J. HAMLIN, A.B., Ed.M. MERRILL C. HILL, A.B., A.M. ALBERT I. MAGUIRE, A.B., Ed.M. JEREMIAH J. O ' LEARY, JR., A.B., Ed.M. FRIDOLF H. PETERSON, A.B. EDWARD J. POWERS, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. EDWIN M. RANDOLPH, A.B. FRANK A. REPETTO, Ph.B., Ed.M. PAUL M. SHEA, A.B., A.M. EDWARD J. WALL, A.B., Ed.M. EDWARD N. WILSON, Sc.B., Ed.M. Tlurtl Row: Mr. Frazier, Mr. Cifford, Mr. Smith, Mr. Woodward. Mr. Kord, Mr. Woodwell, .Mr. Howler, Mr. McC artli.v, Mr. Webber, Mr. (.la- vin, Mr. Barber, Mr. Wall, Mr. Benson, Mr. Kershaw, r. (Mark, Mr. Phelp.s, Mr. Shea, Mr. Hatch, Mr. Keelon, Mr. Hurley, Mr. Wil.son, Mr. Rirhards. Ildcl: Kiiir: Mr. Malonc, Mr. C. Murphy, Mr. Simmon.s, Mr. Bell, Mr. Connell, Mr. Haudin, Mr. Ohrenberger, Mr. McCool, Mr. Traniello, Mr. T. McCabe, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Devore, Mr. Repetto, R. Atwood, Mr. MeCiratli, Mr. Haye.s, Mr. . Kvans, Mr. M. Murphy, Mr. I.eary, Mr. Burton, Mr. Halloran. Mr. Dewart, Mr. B. McCabe. FACULTY Mathematics CHARLES J. KEELON, Sc.B., Ed.M. HARRY C. BARBER, Sc.B., A.M., Ed.M. JAMES A. CAFFREY, Ph.B., Ed.M. MICHAEL D ' AMELIO, A.B. JAMES A. GOLDTHWAITE, A.B. MYRON C. HAMER, Sc.B., A.M. ENOR E. LUNDIN, Sc.B., Ed.M. JOHN F. McCarthy, Sc.b. CHARLES F. MURPHY, A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. WILLLAM H. OHRENBERGER, Ph.B., Ed.M. BARNET RUDMAN, A.B., Ed.M. JOHN D. SHORE, Sc.B., Ed.M. Science FRED R. MILLER, A.B. CARL H. ADAMS, B.S.E., M.S.A. LAURENCE R. ATWOOD, A.B. HAROLD I. BROWN, Sc.B. JOHN H. CARD, Sc.B. ARTHUR L. EVANS, A.B., Sc.M. EVERETT J. FORD, A.B., Sc.M. ELLIOT P. FRAZIER, Sc.B., Ed.M. HOLLIS D. HATCH, A.B., Ed.M. WILLIAM E. SMITH, Sc.B. E. STUART WOODWARD, Ph.B., Ed.M. Commercial DANIEL FOLEY, A.B., A.M., LL.B. EDWARD F. BELL, Sc.B., A.M. JOHN E. BOWLER, B.B.A., M.B.A., Ed.M. HARRY E. BRYANT, A.B. EDWARD J. CONNELL MIAH J. FALVEY, A.B., M.B.A. FRANCIS P. GLAVIN, A.B., Ed.M. JOHN K. KEELON, B.B.A., Ed.M. JOHN J. McCarthy, Sc.B., Ed.M. LEROY M. RAND J. CLIFFORD RONAN, B.B.A. WILSON SNUSHALL, A.B. ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN, Sc.B., Ed.M. ANGELO TRANIELLO, B.B.A., M.B.A., Ed.M CHARLES A. WEBER, Sc.B. Physical Edacation LT. COL. JOSEPH McK. DRISCOLL MAJOR WILLIAM H. MEANIX Masters Emeriti MALCOLM E. BARROWS LEON COLMAN PAUL KELLER NORMAN A. MOSS Sheepskin clutched tightly in hand. Jour years of high school behind him and a vista of future ahead — the English High School graduate goes down the aisle and out into the world. Down the years and through the generations, always appreciating the hoards of knowl- edge painstakingly acquired in years of scholastic endeavor, may he for- ever reflect the honor and glory of his Alma Mater. You Lads of Nineteen Forty-two go out into a chaotic world, a world of machines turned into deadly instruments of destruction, an insane world which has no care for your comfort, or for your happiness, or for your future. Yet none of you bewails this ' ' sorry scheme of things, " or seeks to avoid realities or refuses to face the issues. Some of you already have de- cided to enlist in a war which for you may start in Iceland or in Nor- way, in Africa or in Australia. Your older brothers are already on their way. Some of you may go to Germany or to Japan; but some of you will remain at home, for ten must be left behind to equip one at the front. But here or there, whatever your task, we hope you will perform it well. In war or peace, as your service reflects your pride in your old school so will English High be proud of you. With liigli purpose and firm res olve . . we are leaving our Alma Mater in time of war. However harsh and sorrowjul the future, it will also be great and glorious. Although dark days may come, we know that brighter, grander days lie ahead. Freedom and opportunity for all will survive and its saviours of today will be its beneficiaries of tomorrow. We leave English High School developed in mind and body by a system of education founded by free men for the perpetuation of freedom, strengthened in our faith in the democratic way of life, and con- firmed in our determination to de- fend and preserve it. THOMAS P. ADAMS " Tom " 18 Garden St., West End William Blackstone, W est End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JACK S. ALBERTS " Jackie " 779 Morton St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Engineer; Hobby, Sports. College PAUL D. ALIZIO " Pablo " 67 Shawmut Ave., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Stamps. Business HARRY S. ALLEN " Tree ' s " 627 Columbus Ave., Roxbury Atlanta U. H., Atlanta, Ga. Ambition, Success; Hobby, Foot- ball. Boston University ROSARIO C. AMARA " Roy " 42 Green St., West End William Blackstone, West End 6A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, (G); Cadet Lieut. Col., 4; Math Club, Vice Pres., 4; Cui- rent Events Club, Pres., 4; Am- bition, Aeronautical Engineer; Hobby, Sports. M. I. T. JOHN J. ANASTASI " Sanawanna " 3 Baldwin PL, North End St. Mary ' s, North End Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Art Collector. College GORDON McK. ANDERSON " Andy " 29 Wellington St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury lA ; Ambition, Organist; Hobby, Bookkeeping. Bates College EUGENE A. ANDREWS " Rock " 72 Williams St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Glee Club, 4; Track, 2, 3; Am- bition, Boston LIniversity; Hobby, Photography. Business JAMES W. ARMSTRONG " Jim " 96 Tonawanda St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant; Stamp Club, 2; Camera Club, 3; Ambition, Electrical Engineer; Hobby, Photography. Northeastern PETER V. ARNAO " Pip " 53 Norton St., Dorchester Hugh O ' Brien, Roxbury Ambition, Technical School; Hobby, Sports. Lowell Institute {16 HERBERT I. ARONSON " Hcrhic " 24 Theodore St., DorchestLT Frank V. Thompsuti, Dorcheslcr Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Current Events Club, 2; Ambition, Teacher; Hobby, Hockey. C. II liege WILLIAM B. ARONSON • ' Bill " 136 Hazelton St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg,, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; .Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College CHARLES S. AUSTIN " Charley " 3 Remington St., Dorchester Mary Hemenwav , Dorchester Ambition, Electrical Engineer; Hobby, Music. Northeastern WARREN V. AYLAIAN " War " 327 Columbus Ave., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neer; Hobby, Model Airplanes. College GEORGE J. BACIGALUPO " Bache " 29 Charter St., North End Michelangelo, North End 2A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Lawrence Prize, F. D., 3; Library Corps; Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. Boston University PHILIP L. BAIONA 3 Acton St., South End Rice, South End . ' mbition, Success; Hobby, Pool. Business JOSEPH BAIUNGO " Rosy " 63 Dorchester St., S. Boston Thomas N. Hart, South Boston Lawrence Prize, F. D, 2; In- dividual Prize, 3; Ambition, Mechanical Engineer; Hobby, Swinming. Northeastern DAVID S. BAKER " Buddy " 40 Mattapan St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Athletic Captain, 2; Record Staff, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Band, 2; Drum Corps, 3, 4; Ambition, Music; Hobby, Music. College RUDOLPH BALDASARE " Rudy " 198 Endicott St., North End St. Mary s. North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Business WILLIAM S. BANNON " Bill " 40 Monastery Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Civil Service; Hobby, Sports. College 07 JOHN R. HARDEN " Jake " 38 Clarkson St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Track, 3, 4; Football, 4; Ambition Civil Engineer; Hobby, Sports. Technical School BARRETT D. BARKIN " Barry " 11 Boulevard Ter., Brighton William Howard Tajt, Brighton Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College ELI BARNETT 44 Goodale Rd., Mattapan Roger Jl ' olcolt, Dorchester 4A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, M and F 2, 2; Ambition, Chemical Engineering; Hobby, Model Airplanes. College SAMUEL L. BARRES " Sam " 85 Carver St., South End IVilliayn Blackstone ,JVest End 8A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Library Corps, 2, 3, 4; Switchboard Operator, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain, 4; Law- rence Prize LI, L2, E3b; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Study- ing. Boston University JACK S. BARRITT IS Lee St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Tactical Studies College CHARLES R. BARRY " Charlie " 17 Logan St., Roxbury Cathedral, South End .Ambition, Civil Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Business GERALD M. BARRY " Jerry " 10 Tremont St., Charlestown St. Mary ' s, Charlestown Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Reading. U. S. Marines PAUL W. BARRY 192A Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester .V . IVilliams, Dorchester Ambition, Commercial Artist; Hobby, Drawing. Education JAMES L. BATES " Jim " 10 Hubbardston Rd., Dorchester St. William ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Tennis. Radio School PAUL E. BATH " Barney " 12 Windermere Rd., Dorchester Edward Everett, Dorchester Aviation Club, 3; Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Aviation. U. S. Army Air Corps { 18 LIONEL R. BEANE " Bean " 6 l.aurcl St., Roxbiiry Julia W. Uvwe, Roxl nry Ambition, Law; Hobby, Radio. (College MELVIN S. BEARSE " Mel " 407 Seaver St., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN BEATON " Yirgy " 241 Leyden St., E. Boston Blackington, E. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN W. BECK " Jackie " 117 Cedar St., Roxbury Dudley, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy RAYMOND F. BELANGER " Ray " 4 Hagar St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas Aquinas, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports ' . College HAROLD L. BELDING, JR. 118 Maple St., Northampton, Mass. Ilawley, Northampton , Mass. Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Rifle Club, 2; Math Club, 4; Music Club, 4; Current Events Club, 2, 4; Room Councilor, 3, 4; Student Council, 3, 4; Library Corps, 4; Ambition, Education; Hobby, I ' hysics. Massachusetts Stale JOSEPH J. BENENATE " Ben " 33 O ' Meara Ct., Charlestown Clarence B. Edwards, Charlestown Designer A. A. " 42 " Button; Orchestra, 2, 3; Ambition, Com- mercial Artists; Hobby, Drawing Massachusetts School of Art HARVEY L. BENNETT " Harve " 45 Taunton Ave., Hyde Park William Barton Rogers, Hyde Park Baseball, 1; Ambition, Sucess; Hobby, Sports. Co. VICTOR A. BERCH " Spike " 14 Elizabeth St., Mattapan Roger IVolcott, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Philology. U. S. Navy FREDERIC L. BERG 1800 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Music Club, 4; Ambition, Artist; Hobby, Music. Massachusetts Art {19} JASON M. BERKSON " Jay " 19 Outlook Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, MatliipuH Cadet, Lieutenant, 4; Camera Club, 2, 3, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Aeronautics. Naval Air Corps DONALD F. BERLO " Don " 24 Midvale Rd., V. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV. Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Stamp Club, 2; Camera Club; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Photo- graphy. Holy Cross HAROLD L. BERMAN •Hal " 155 Woodrow Ave., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Track, 3; Current Events Club, 2; French Club, 2; Athletic Captain, 1; Ambition, Executive Hobby, Post Cards. Business WILLIAM J. BERNARDI " Jiggy " 99 Morris St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Business CHARLES M. BERNIER " Moe " 10 Pond St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s, Dorchester Honor Roll, 3; Cadet Lieutenant 4; Rifle Team, 3; Current Events Club, 4; Record Staff, 4; Am- bition, Teacher; Hobby, Sports. College ANTHONY BIAGIOTTI " Tony " 92 (Jladstone St., E. Boston F lackington, E. Boston Lawrence Prize, F D, 1; Room Captain, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Night School RICHARD P. BILLOTTE " Billow " 23 Wright Rd., VV. Roxbury Rolert T. Shaw, W. Roxbury An bition. Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy SALVATORE BIONDO " Sam " 24 Hale St., West End IFilliafn Blackstone, West End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3; 2 A ; Ambition, Stenography; Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT R. BISHOP " Bo, " 29 Mellen St., Dorchester Crover Cleveland, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Architecture; Hobby, Naval Collections. l.oivell Institute FRANCIS X. BLACKWELL " Frank " 26 Lawn St., Roxbury Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Stamp Club, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business {20} LOUIS F. BLANC " Lou " 199 Pleasant St., Stoughton St(jn rhton Junior Hi l: Honor Roll, 5A ; Lawrence Prizes, E3 K2; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Pres. Math Club, 4; Current Events Club, 3, 4; Record Staff, 4; Laboratory .Asst., 4; Orchestra, 3; Picture Committee; .Ambition, Chemical Engineering; Hobbv, Music. .l .V. T. ROBERT C. BLICKER " Bob " 109 .Appleton St., South End Rice, South End Stamp Club, 4; Track Manager, 3; .Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business FRANK J. BLOOM " Frankie " 37 O ' Callaghan Way, S. Boston Lewis, Roxbury Lawrence Prize, F D,3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; .Ambition, .Aero- nautical Engineering; Hobby, Model .Airplanes. M. I. T. IRVING BOBRICK " Bob " 695 Morton St., Mattapan Boston Latin Honor Roll 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor 2; Athletic Captain, 3, 4; Record Staff, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2; .Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Music. Boston U niversity JOSEPH F. BONFIGLIO " Peppy " 106 Northhampton St., Roxbury Hugh O ' Brien, Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT B. BONNER " Chipper " 129 Bigelow St., Brighton IVillinm Howard Tajt, Brighton Ambition, Foundry Engineering; Hobby, Pattern-making. ll ' orcester Polytechnic ROBERT A. BOOTH " Bob " 60 Rayswater St., E. Boston Blackington , E. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Junior Class Pres.; Vice- Pres. of Student Council; Chair- man, Alumni Committee; Contr. Editor, Record; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Baseball. H arvard GEORGE E. BOSCO " Amos " 134 Prince St., North End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. College EUGENE E. BOSSI " (iene " 87 Russett Rd., VV. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W . Roxbury Honor Roll, 2; lA ; Cadet Captain; Track, 2 (E), 3 (E); Captain, 4; .Ambition, Educator; Hobby, Music. Boston College FRANKLIN M. BOUTILLIER " Boots " 52 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV. Roxbury Football, 4 (E); Track, 3, 4 (E " ) Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, .Air Corps; Hobby, Racing Pigeons. Aviation School {2l GEORGE F. BRATSOS " Brady " 25 Forbes St., Jamaica Plain Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Football. U. S. Merchant Marines JOHN P. BREEN " Jake " 23 Inwood St., Dorchester St. Peter s, Dorchester Room Captain, 2; Student Council, 2; Room Councilor, 2; Ambition, Traveling; Hobby, Statistics. U. S. Navy ARNOLD F. BRODIE " Bro " 54 Ashton St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Bacteriology; Hobby, Chemistry College ALEXANDER BROGNA " Alec " 237 Webster St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston lA ; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Dramatics. Business EUGENE BRONSTEIN " Gene " 56 Selkirk Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Honor Roll, 3; lA ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Music Appreciation, 4; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, War Maps. College KENNETH M. BROOKS " Chance " 273 Walnut Ave., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury lA ; Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Reading. Business WALTER F. BROWN " Brownie " 132 Glenville Ave., Allston JFilliarn Howard Tafl, Allstoti Football, 4 (E); Ambition, Electrical Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern WILLIAM F. BROWNE " Brownie " 127 Magnolia St., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Dorchester Athletic Captain, 2; Ambition, Travel; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army JOHN J. BUCKLEY " Buck " 9 Holden St., Dorchester Russell, Dorchester Glee Club, 2; Current Events Club, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Reading. College NEIL J. BULMAN 258 Arborway, Jamaica Plain St. Thomas, Jamaica Plain lA ; Lawrence Prize, 1 (H); Room Councilor, 2; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Massachusetts State College {22} KENNETH BURNIM " Barn y " 146 Chiswick Rd., Brighton Solomon Leweriber , Malta pan Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Stamps. Business School ALFRED M. BURNS " Burnsie " 14 Kensington St., Roxbury Immaculate Conception, Maiden Current Events Club, 4; Am- bition, Music; Hobby, Music. Merchant Marines DAVID J. BURNS " Dave " 11 Lenoxdale Ave., Dorchester I ' Voodrow Wilson, Dorchester 2A ; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Sports. Harvard JOHN G. BUSHARIS " Bushy " 35 Zamura St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Rifle Club, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Electrical Engi- neering; Hobby, Radio. Northeastern EDWARD P. BYRNE " Pepsi " 23 Arbroth St., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Dorchester Band, 1, 2; Library Corps, 3; Ambition, Music; Hobby, Music. College FRANCIS A. CADY " Fran " 44 Woodward St., S. Boston Thomas N. Hart, S. Boston Track, 3, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, .Sports. Business BENJAMIN CAGGIANO " Caggie " 35 Charter St., North End Michelangelo, North End Record Typist; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Ambition, Office Work Hobby, Sports. Business LeROY V. CALISH 25 South St., Brighton William Howard Taft, Brighton Camera Club, 3, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM A. CAMERON " Bill " 31 C ameron St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Journalism; Hobby, Sports. Business College VINCENT J. CAMMARATA " Jim " 10 Hanover Ave., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business College {23 COSMO CAMOSCIO " Mimi " 5 Quincy Ct., North End Michelangelo, fourth End Honor Roll, 2, 3; B3; Lawrence Prize, F D6A ; Ambition, Shorthand Reporting; Hobby, Reading; Record typist. Business School MASON CAMPBELL " Soup " 27 Waumbeck St., Roxbury Lewis Intermediate, Roxbury Track, 2, 3, 4; Football, 4; Am- bition, Research Chemistry; Hobby, Sports. College ROBERT A. CAPODILUPO ■ ' Cap " 55 Hull St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Athletic Instructor; Hobby, Sports. Business LEONARD A. CAPONE " Lenny " 118 Richmond St., North End St. John ' s, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Cartooning. Business PASOUALE E. CAPUTO " Cappy " 160 Salem St., North End Michelangelo, North End Record Typist, 4; Cadet Captain 4; Honor Roll, 3; .Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. Business College J. SHELDON CARAS " Doc " 49 Englewood Ave., Brookline Searles High, Brookline Honor Roll, 3; Cadet Lieutenant 4; Library Corps, 4; Math Club, 4; Ambition, Pediatrician; Hobby, Photography. llnrvard ROBERT J. CARDIL LO " Bob " 1062 Saratoga St., E. Boston St. Lazarus, E. Boston Honor Roll, 2; Record Repre- sentative, 4; Ambition, Naval Officer; Hobby, Sailing. Massachusetts Nautical School THOMAS A. CAREY 52 Byron St., E. Boston Blackington, E. Boston Cadet Captain, 4 Room Council- or, 1, 3; Student Councilor, 1, Record Staff, 3, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business SAVERIO R. CARITO ' Sam " 10 Harris St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Salesmanship; Hobby Sports. Business JOHN F. CARLEY 20 Ward St., S. Boston William E. Russell, S. Boston Ambition, Navigation; Hobby. Sports. College {2A WILLIAM I. CARMEN " Bill " 116 Brooks St., E. Boston Joseph H . Barnes, E. Boston " Honor Roll, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3; Ambition, C. A.; Hobby, Music. Bentley School JAMES A. CARR " Jim " 34 N. Munroe Ter.,, Dorchester V. Ann ' s, Dorchester Camera Club, 3; Ambition, U. S. N. Air Corps; Hobby, Stamps. Northeastern ROBERT B. CARR " Bob " 333 Adams St., Dorchester Gate of Heaven, S. Boston Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Aviation. Boston College JOHN W. CARROLL " Doc " 951 South St., Roslindale IVashington Irving, Roslindale Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps ARTHUR F. CARVEN " Art " 17 Dixfield St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, S. Boston Track, 3 (E), 4(E); Football, 4 (E); Ambition, Success; Hobby, Athletics. Coast Guard Academy WALTER D. CARVER 65 Thetford Ave., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; I ' rench, 4; Music Ap- preciation, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, .Sports. (College WALTER E. CASEY 67 Whitten St., Dorchester Mary Hemenway , Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. M. 1. r. EDWARD F. X. CASHMAN " Ed " 710 Adams St., Dorchester Thomas J. Kenny, Dorchester Room Captain, 4; Prom Com- mittee, 4; Ambition, Journalism; Hobby, Sports. Boston University CONRAD P. CASTO 3 Baldwin PI., North End Michelangelo, North End 2A ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Boston University; Hobby, Sports. Boston University JOHN A. CATALDO 117 Chambers St., West End If ' illiani Blackstone, M est End 4A ; Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Math Club, 4; Ambition, West Point; Hobby, Sports. College {25 SALVATORE O. CATANESI 217 Florence St., Roslindale Washington Irving, Roslindale Ambition, Aviation; Hobby Avi- ation. College STEPHEN C. CATSULIS " Catsy " 39 Kimball St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 3; Lawrence Prize, (P); Lawrence Prize, F D; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Business School THOMAS K. CAVANAUGH " Ken " 19 Glade Ave., Jamaica Plain Our Lady Of Lourdes, Jarnica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH P. CERVONE " Joe " 47 Farrar Ave., Hyde Park Patrick T. Campbell, Dorchester 2A ; Lawrence Prize, (P); Am- bition, Stenography; Hobby, Automobiles. Business JOHN J. CHENEY " Joe " 45 Alicia Rd., Dorchester St. Gregory ' s , Dorchester Track, 1 (E); Athletic Captain, ;3; Ambition, Salesmanship Hobby, Sports. U. S. Air Force F. S. CHICCARELLI " Chick " 89 Rockview St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Music. College ALBERT Y. H. CHIN " Murphy " 229 Harrison x ve.. South End Abraham Lincoln, South End 2A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, F. D, 2; Executive Committee 3; Record Photogra- pher; Pres., Camera Club; Room Councilor; Library Corps, 3, 4; Vice Pres.; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Radio Engineering; Hobby, Photography. Business VINCENT E. CHIOCHETTI " Chic " 492 Sumner St., E. Boston Our Lady of the Assumption, E. Boston Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Captain; Math Club, 3, 4; Ambition Chemistry Hobby, Stamps. College EDWIN R. CHITEN " Eddie " 37 Evelyn St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Cap- tain, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Ambition, Journalism; Hobby, Sports. Columbia University CHARLES CHIVAKOS " Chuck " 139 Chambers St., West End IVilliam Blackstone, West E.nd Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Naval Officer; Hobby, Sports. College {26 GARTH R. CHURCHILL " Winston " 61 Alpha Rd., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Uolmes, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Buiiness CHARLES E. CINARDO " Charlie " 160 Hyde Park Ave., Forest Hills Francis Parkman, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Law- rence Prize, F D, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Library Corps, 3, 4; Laboratory Asst., 4; Am- bition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College JOHN T. CLANCY " Butch " 55 Oregon Ct., Roxbury Our Lady of Lonrdes, Jamaica Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business College EDGAR A. CLARKE 41 Cunard St., South End Sherwin, South End Ambiton, Success; Hobby, Sports. Post Graduate HAROLD R. CLAUS 46 Metropolitan Ave., Roslindale Public Latin, Boston Track, 3; Ambition, U. S. Army; Hobby, Drums. Virginia Military Institute Km % JOSEPH A. COADY " Joe " 34 Woodcliff St., Roxbury .S7. Peter Paul, S. Boston Ambition, Salesmanship; Hobby, Sports. Business EDWARD COHEN " Eddie " 35 Stratton St., Dorchester Oliver IVendell Holmes, Dorchester 2A ; Honor Roll, 2; Glee Club, 4; Ambition, Dentistry; Hobby Sports. Tufts College MELVIN J. COHEN " Mel " 19 Abbot St., Dorchester William Blackstone, West End 4A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 3; French Club, 3; Law- rence Prize, 2; Math Club, 4; Record Staff, Literary Editor, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College WILLIAM COHEN " Bill " 1340 River St., Hyde Park Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club; Camera Club, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Boston University JOHN H. M. COLE " Mickey " 46 Pearl St., Dorchester Edward Everett, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Mechanical Engineering; Hobby Radio. Business •{27 JOHN F. COLLINS -J. F. " 124 King St., Dorchester Grover Cleieland, Dorcheste - Room Captain, 4; Record Rep- presentati ve, 4; Ambition, Tele- phone Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Business WALLACE C. COLLINS " Wally " 71 Semont Rd., Dorchester St. IViUiam ' s, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern WILLIAM E. COLLINS " Bill " 47 Dakota St., Dorchester Groier Cleveland, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Track, 3; Athletic Captain, 2, 3; Ambition, Journalism; Hobby, Photo- graphy. Boston College JOHN A. CONLEY " Art " 170 Gardner St., V. Roxbury Henry Vane, IV. Roxbury 1 A ; ' Ambition, U. S. ' Marine Corps; Hobby, Music. IJ . S. Marine Corps JOHN J. CONNAUGHTON 27 Armadine St., Dorchester .S7. Matthew ' s , Dorchester Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps THOMAS M. CONNOLLY " Tom " 804 E. Sixth St., S. Boston Nazareth, S. Boston Track, 1, 2 (E); Baseball, 2, (E); Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marines PAUL T. CONNOLLY " Paul " 34 .Speedwell St., Dorchester St. Peter s, Dorchester lA ; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business THOMAS J. CONNELLY, JR. " Tom " 18 Hunnewell Ave., Brighton Our Lady of Presentation,Brighton Room Councilor, 2; Camera Club, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography CYRIL J. CONNORS " Jun " 10 Grayson St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s , Dorchester Ambition, Commercial Artist; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy FRANCIS N. CONNORS " Frank " 317 Paris St., E. Boston Sacred Heart, E. Boston Ambition, Post Office; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy {28 SAUL A. COOPER " Coop " 45 W ' ildwood St., Dorchester Ambition, Dentistry; Hobby, Sports. ThJis Collfy f SAMUEL D. COPPELMAN " Bobo " 36 Colwell Ave., Brighton Edward P. Tilestori, Brighton Ambition, A. B.; Hobby, Sports. Norwich University LEO E. P. CORDERY " Rupe " 22 St. Margaret St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Football. Business SIDNEY L. CORES " Joe Gurny " 85 Chambers St., West End JVilliam Blackstone, Jf ' est End Room Councilor, 4; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; French Club, 2; Am- bition, Accounting; Hobby, Stamps. College EDWARD G. CORLISS, JR. " Ed " 142 Arlington St., Brighton St. Columbkille, Brighton Athletic Captain, 2, 3; Room Councilor, 1; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Baseball. College J7 sm mf NICHOLAS D. COTOULAS " Nick " 1396 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Rice, South End I ' " ootball; Ambition, Ministry; Hobby, Music. Greek Theological College JAMES J. COTTER " Shamus " 42 Goldsmith St., Jamaica Plain .S7. Thomas, Jamaica Plain Golf Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain, 4; Current Events, 4; Ambition, Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. College DANIEL S. COUGHLIN " Dan " 130 Florida St., Dorchester Grower Cleveland, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. L. S. Navy JOHN L. COYMAN " Johnny " 132 Day St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Track, 3, 4; Ambition, U.S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy RAYMOND E. CRONIN " Ray " 66 Union St., Brighton St. Columbkille ' s, Brighton Football, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. 09 FRANCIS X. CROSBY 114 Allston St., Allston William Howard Taft, Dorchester Camera Club, 3; Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Radio. Massachusetts Radio School FREDERICK J. CROSBY " Cros " 27 Shirley St., Roxbury Hugh O ' Brien, Roxbury lA ; Cadet Captain, 4; Libra- ry Corps, 3, 4; Record Business, 4; Ambition, Business Career; Hobby, Sports. Business KENNETH R. CROSSMAN " Ken " 44 Cushman Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Lowell Technology EDWARD P. CROWLEY 25 Undine Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Math Club, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Boston College JOSEPH P. CULLEN " Joe " 21 Tip Top St., Brighton Our Lady oj Presentation, Brighton Ambition, Navy Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. Boston College i A ill WILLIAM G. GUMMING " Bill " 157 E. Cottage St., Dorchester in Hi am E. Russell, Dorchester lA ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Merchant Marine; Hobby Photography. Mass. Maritime Academy JAMES P. CUNNINGHAM " Jim " 484 Ashmont St., Dorchester St. Peter s, Dorchester Room Councilor, 2; Room Cap- tain, 3, 4; Baseba ll, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT F. CURRAN " Bob " 9 Westmore Rd., Mattapan Audubon, Dorchester Drums, 1st prize; Band 2; Rifle Team, 2, 3; French Club, 3, 4; Secretary, 3; Vice President, 4; ambition, Chemical Engineering. U. S. Army; Hobby, Radio, Northeastern EARL G. DAGGETT 7 Leyland St., Dorchester Hugh O ' Brien, Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Movies. College REGINALD F. DALTON " Reggie " 27 Sharon St., South End St. Joseph ' s, IV altham Ambition, Success; Hobby, Stamps. College 30 THOMAS P. DALTON " Tom " 100 Dakota St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Music. Post Gradutile ROBERT V. DANDROW " Bob " 29 E. Cottage St., Dorchester Hugh O ' Brien, Dorchester Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Presi- dent, Senior Class; Cadet Col- onel, 4; Library Corps, 3, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Executive Committee, 3; Ambition, Med- icine; Hobby, Sports. Boston College JOSEPH A. DAVIS " Joe " 1959 Washington St., South End Sherwin, Roxbury Ambition, Bookkeeping; Hobby Automobile Designing. Business MICHAEL A. D ' AVOLIO " Mickie " 161 Cottage St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston . ' mbition. Flying Cadet; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corps LOUIS De ANGELIS " Banker " 20 Minor St., West End IVilliam Blackstone, West End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Travel; Hobby, Track. U. S. Marines CHARLES J. DEDIAN " Charlie " 32 Holiday St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Stamp Club, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM J. DEERY " Billy " 83 St. Rose St., Jamaica Plain S7. Thomas, Jamaica Plain Ambition, U. S. Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. U. S. C. L. A. PASOUALE DeFILIPPO " Pat " 36 Cottage St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Building Models. College FOSTER J. DeGIACOMO " Jack " 220 Hamilton St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Room Council or, 1; Student Council, 1 ; -Am- bition, Air Corps; Hobby, Photo- graphy. Neiv England Aircraft School ARTHUR W. DEGNIN " Little Man " 31 Ainsworth St., Roslindale Washington Iriing, Roslindale Hockey, 3, 4; Ambition, U. S. Army; Hobby, Sports. College JOHN W. DELANEY " Del " 32 Milwood St., Dorchester St. Gregory ' s , Dot ' c iestei- Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. B isiness TRACY A. DIBBLE, JR. " Trace " 1201 Bennington St., E. Boston Blackingtun, E. Boslon Baseball, Junior Manager, 2, 3; Hockey, 4 (E); Manager, Foot- ball, 4; Asst. Manager; Ambi- tion, Chemistry; Hobby, Sports. N orthesatern FRANCIS P. DIGNAN " Dig " 4 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester Edward Everett., Dorchester Ambition, Business; Hobb Sports. Business GENNARO R. DiMATTEO " Gino " 39 Emerald St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. College JOHN N. DIONNE 12 Le P ' evre St., Mattapan St. Raphael ' s, Hyde Park Cadet Captain, 4; Record Rep- presentati ve, 3; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Radio. Business SABINO C. DiSAVINO " Sam " 62 Webster St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kav, E. Boston 3A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Music. College JOSEPH A. DiSTASIO 7 Decatur St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Record Staff, 4; Ambition, Commercial Art; Hobby, Music. College PHILIP R. DODGE " Bob " 188 Foster St., Brighton Thotnas A. Ediso i, Brighton Orchestra, 3, 4; Math Club, Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Camera Club, 4; Rifle Club, 2; School Band, 2; Ambition, Engineering; Hobbv, Radio. M. . T. WILLIAM L. DONAHUE " Bill " 8 School St. PL, Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Boston College FREDERICK DONALDSON " Steve " 726 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay Newton Country Day, Newton French Club, 4; Music Club, 4; Record, Alumni Editor, 4; Cur- rent Events, 4; Record Literary, 4; Ambition, Diplomatic Corps Hobby, Sailing. JVesleyan {32 PAUL M. DONOVAN " Professor " i5 Elmdale St., Dorchester (irover Clevela id, Dure best er Room Captain, 2, 3; Tennis Club, 2, 3; Music Appreciation Club 3, 4; Record Staff, 4; Song Committee, 4; Ambition, Social Service; Hobby, Writing. Boston College STEPHEN J. pOWD " Steve " 4 Avon PI , Charlestown Si. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. Business ALBERT F. DOYLE " Al " 4 Mt. Pleasant PL, Roxbury Dearborn, Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH T. DOYLE " Joe " 12 Lorenzo St., Dorchester St. Anns, Dorchester Music AppreciationClub, French Club, 3; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Naval Officer; Hobby, Research. College DAVID S. DRAGAN " Van " 27 Rose St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Industrial Chemistry; Hobby, Old Coins. Civil Service DAVID S. DUDELSON " Dudy " 56 Evelyn St., Mattapan Roger IVolcott, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Collae EDWIN M. DUNN " Eddy " 63 Goodale Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. College JAMES A. DUNN " Blondie " 15 Primrose St., Roslindale Longfellow, Roslindale Room Councilor, 2; Ambition, Electrical Engineering; Hobby, Radio. Business JAMES J. EARLEY " Jim " 20 Potosi St., Dorchester St. Peter s, Dorchester Baseball, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College JAMES M. EDMISTON " Scotty " 22 W. Walnut Pk., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition Engineering; Hobby, Reading. Northeastern 03 PHILIP H. EISENBERG 31 Irma St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Ambition, E- lectrical Engineering; Hobby, Reading. College JOSEPH ELIAS " Joe " ,62 V. Dedham St., South End Rice, South End Lawrence Prize, F D, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Dental Technician WILLIAM ELIAS " Bill " 141 Hudson St., South End Robert Gould Shaw, IV. Roxbury Room Captain, 3; Record, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. College KENNETH G. ELKINS " Kennv " 84 Wailingford Rd., Brighton Thortias A. Edison, Brighton Band, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Sales- manship; Hobby, Sports. College KENNETH L. ELLIS " Ellis " 30 Waban St., Roxbury Lewis Intermediate Roxbury Band Captain; Track, 3; French Club, 3; Math Club, 3, 4; Am- bition, Forestry; Hobby, Sports. College JACK N. ENTIS " Jackie " 73 Fowler St., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Math Club, Secretary and Treasurer; Honor Roll, 1,2,3; Music Appreciation, 3; Library Corps, 4; Lawrence Prize, P3, (i2 M3; Current Events Club; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Science; Hobby, Math. M. I. T. JOSEPH F. FARREN " Joe " 22 Bynner St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus Parochial, Jamaica Plain Glee Club, 3; Ambition, Com- mercial Art; Hobby, Sports. Art School CHARLES J. FEENEY " Chuck " 93 Sanborn Ave., W. Roxbury Sophie IV. Ripley, IV. Roxbury French Club, 3; Track, 3; Base- ball, Manager, 3; Ambition, Aer- onautical Engineering; Hobby, Photography. M. I. T. CHARLES H. FELLOWES 168 Bolton St., S. Boston Track, 3; Ambition, U. S. Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. U . S. Army Air Corps JOSEPH F. FERNANDEZ " Joe " 6 Ashley St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus Parochial, JamaicaPlain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College {34 PAUL H. FERNBERG " Pep " 40 Wcntworth St., Dorchester St. Mallhetv ' s, Dorchester Lawrence Prize, F D, 1 ; Hockey, 2 (E), 3 (E), 4 (E); Football, 2, 3; Track, 3; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM A. FERRARA " Billy " 2 Rochester St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End lA ; Honor Roll, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business AMERIGO L. FERULLO " Ric " 249 Chambers Street, West End Michelangelo North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Ambition, Radio Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College HENRY H. FETTIG " Henny " 36 Atherton St., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Airplane Designing; Hobby, Model Airplanes. Northeastern HARRY J. FIFIELD 170 Sydney St., Dorchester Edward Everett, Dorchester Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Record StafF, 4; Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. Business MORRIS L. FINE " Moishe " 34 Greendale Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Rifle Club, 2; Ambition, Dentis- try; Hobby, Sports. College JACOB FINK " Jack " 38 Genesee St., South End Abrahma Lincoln, South End 7A ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Room Councilor, 2, 4; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2; Record Stenographer; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Stamps. Boston University DANIEL J. FINN 70 Eustis St., Roxbury Dearborn, Roxbury Honor Roll, 1; lA ; Lawrence Prize, 1 (H); Track, 2, 3, 4; Room Councilor, 4; Vice Presi- dent, Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Law; Hobby, Sports. Boston hniversity ROBERT A. FISHBURN " Fishie " 8 Estrella St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Reading. Business School HUGH B. FITZGERALD " Fitz " 64 Brayton Road Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. Business School 05 JOHN R. FITZGERALD " Fitzie " 21 Adams St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester lA ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Work. College JOHN T. FITZGERALD " Fitzie " 9 Flavia St., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Dorchester Bugle Corps, 1st Prize, 3; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Music. Boston College ROBERT G. FITZGERALD " Red " 45 Hunnewell Ave., Brighton Our Lady of Present ation, Brighton Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. Notre Dame JOSEPH W. FITZGIBBON 25 Thornton St., Roxbury Dudley, Roxbury Football, 3, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Boston College DANIEL V. FITZPATRICK " Uncle Dan " 42 Wrentham St., Dorchester St. Mark ' s, Dorchester Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Cadet Cap- tain, 4; Drum Corps, 4; Am- bition, Radio; Hobby, Radio. Business ROBERT B. FITZPATRICK " Fitzy " 330 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay Tucker, Milton Ambition, Pharmacy; Hobby, Sports. College oj Pharmacy MONTE R. FLAGG " Flash " 30 Alexander St., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Chemistry; Hobby, Sports. Iowa State College EDWARD L. FLAHERTY " Spot " 669 Second St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, S. Boston Ambition, Success; Hobby, Dancing. College JOHN T. FLAHERTY 16 Areola St., Jamaica Plain Chevertis, Jamaica Plain Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Am- bition, Air Corps; Hobby, Stamps. College WALTER F. FLAHERTY " Walla " 15 Colonial Ave., Dorchester St. Matthew ' s , Dorchester Football, Asst. Manager, 2; Am- bition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. College {36 EVANS J. FLYNN • ' Red " 33 Bernard St., Dorchester Oliver IVendell Hulnifs, Roxlmry Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy ROBERT A. FOGARTY • ' Bob " 10 Schirmer Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Slant), IF. Roxhiiry Stamp Club, 3; Golf Club, 2, 3 ' , 4; Ambition, Naval Archi- tecture; Hobby, Ship Models. College JAMES J. FOLEY " Buck " 151 Fairmount St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Football, 2, 3, 4 (E); Athletic Captain, 2, 3; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOSEPH P. FOLEY " Joe " 21 Fairbanks St., Brighton Thomas .-1. Edison, Brighton Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business PAUL F. FOLEY " Paul " 2 Wilbur St., Dorchester St. Philip ' s, Boston Room Councilor, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College JAMES H. FORD " Jim " 236 Washington St., Brighton .9 . Columkille ' s, Brighton Camera Club, 2; Ambition, Aeronautical Engineering Hobby Sport. College STANLEY FORMAN " Stan " 29 Fessenden St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Football, 4; Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Radio. Massachusetts Radio School FRANK N. FORTE " P ' orte " 474 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury Dearborn, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Stenography; Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT P. FORTI " Bob " 5 Alvan Ter., Dorchester Hugh O ' Brien, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern GEORGE B. FOSTER " Doc " 94 Floyd St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Football, 4 (E); Ambition, Re- search Chemistry; Hobby, Chemistry. Northeastern 37 THOMAS W. FOTHERGILL " Tom " 2496 Centre St., W. Roxbury Robert Oould Shaw, IV . Roxbury Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Music. College HARRY FRANGULES " Husky " 38 Oswego St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. Boston University STRATES FRANGULES " Charlie " 38 Oswego St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End lA ; Cadet Captain, 4; Am- bition, C. P. A.; Hobby, Sports. College FRANCIS J. FRAZIER " Frank " 7 Barry Pk., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College HERBERT M. FREEDMAN 35 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton 1 A ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Math Club, 3; Current Events Club, 3; Room Councilor, 2; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Chemistry. Boston University JOHN R. FUMAROLA " Fumy " 105 Brighton St., West End William Blackstone South End Track 3; Tennis 3; Ambition, Social Service; Hobby, Sports. Boston College FRANCIS J. GAFFNEY " Gaff " 76 South St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas ' , Jarnaica Plain Glee Club, 2, 3; Ambition, Civil Service; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH P. GANNON " Joe " 35 Glenhaven Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, JV. Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Air Force MURRAY J. GART 24 Clarkwood St., Mattapan Edmund P. Tileston, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Ambition, Edu- cator; Hobby, Mathematics. College JOSEPH GEMMATO " Joe " 51 N. RusseU St., West End IVilliayn Blackstone West End Ambition, Mechanics; Hobby, Sports. Business {38} ALFONSO M. GIANGRANDE " Al " 65 Webster St., E. Boston Donald Mc Ka E. Ruslan Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Boston Uiiiversily MICHAEL F. GIARLA " Mike " 89 Prince St., North End St. .Anthony ' s. North End .Ambition; Business Success; Hobby, Photography. Business ROBERT T. GILBODY " Buzzy " 3 Ely Rd., Dorchester IVoodrow Wilson, Dorchester Football, 3, 3 (E); Math Club, 3; Ambition, College; Hobby, Sports. Preparatory School ROBERT A. J. GILDEA " Gil " 38 Greaton Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV . Roxbury Glee Club, 3, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Science. College MAURICE F. GINSBERG " (iinsy " 828 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Ambition, Mechanical Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern WILLIAM J. GLEASON " Bill " 107 Blake St., Mattapan IVilliam Barton Rogers, Hyde Park Baseball, 2, 4; Hockey, 4; Foot- ball, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. , ' trmy .iir Corps LESTER N. GLEN " Les " 225 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton Andrew ' Jackson, Brighton Ambition, Executive; Hobby, Sports. Boston University ROBERT J. GLYNN 42 Draper St., Dorchester St. Peter s, Dorchester Honor Roll, 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; lA ; Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Chemistry. College CIRIACO GNERRE " Jerry " 144 Salem St., North End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Dancing. College CHARLES W. GOETZ " Charlie " 428 Centre St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Rifle Club, 3; Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Music. College •{ 39 HUBERT S. GOLDBERG " Hubie " 12 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Bi-ighton Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Camera Club, 3; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. College NORMAN J. GOLDEN 23 Cummings Rd., Brighton Alexander Hamilton Brighton Math Club, 2; Current Events Club, 4; Music Appreciation, 2; Ambition, Physicist; Hobby, Music. College MEYER GOLDENBERG " Mike " 100 Maverick St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Ambition, Aerial Photography; Hobby, Photography. Z7. S. Army Air Corps JOSEPH G. GOLDFARB " Joe " 19 Irma St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Rifle Club, 2; Ambition, U. S. Marines; Hobby, Sports. Boston Lniversity JOHN W. GOLDIE " J ackie " 7 Greenmount St., Dorchester St. William ' s , Dorchester Football, 2, 3, 4 (E); Room Captain, 1; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business MILTON A. GOLDMAN " Milty " 41 Lorne St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, .Aeronautical Engineering; Hob- by, Model Airplanes. M. I. T. NATHAN GOLDMAN " Nate " 5 Wales St., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. L. Navy ABRAHAM GOLUBCHIN " Al " 1049 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Record, 2, 3; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. College SAMUEL GONDELMAN " (jondev " 11 Allen St., West End I ' Villiam Blackstone , West End Record, 3; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Boston U niversity ALBERT A. GOODMAN ' ' Goody " 23 Goodale Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Honor Roil, 2, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Math Club 4; Camera Club, 4; French Club, 3; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Busi- ness Executive; Hobby, Model Airplanes. College i 40 RALPH K. GOODWIN " (joodwin " 1307 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton William Howard Tafi, Brighton Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Math Club, 4; Room Councilor, 2; Ambition, Merchant Marine Hobby, Model Boats. U . S. Maritime School EDWARD M. GORCZYNSKI " Edd " 9 Mt. Vernon St., Dorchester St. Mary ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College JULIAN W. GORODETZER " Gori " 27 Johnston Rd., Dorchester Oliver JVendell Holmes, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Library Corps, 2, 3, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Research. College DAVID W. GOUGH " Dave " 12 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay A ; Ambition, Success, Hobby, Moclel Building. Business ARTHUR J. GOVERNOR " Gov " 30 Sheridan St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Rifle Club, 2; Band, 2; Ambition, Airplane Mechanics; Hobby, Airplanes. Business STEPHEN E. GRANDE " Steve " 182 Cottage St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Business School LEO R. GRAY " Plug " 25 Munroe St., Roxbury James P. Timilty, Roxbury " Track, 2, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2; Ambition, S uccess, Hobby, Music. Northeastern ROBERT F. GREALY " Biba " 83 Hillside St., Roxbury Blessed Sacrement, Jamaica Plain French Club,4; Ambition, Chemi- cal Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Business MICHAEL S. GRECO " Mike " 13 Fleet St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Stamps. Business GEORGE H. GREER 9 Hathaway St., Jamaica Plain Mary E.. Curley, Jamaica Plain (lolf Club, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Coast Guard {4l JAMES P. GRIFFIN " Griff " 4041 Washington St., Roslindale St. Rita ' s, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Athletic Captain, 3; Bugle Corps, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business EUGENE GRUDZINSKY " Gene " 59 Spring Rd., West End William Blackstone, West End Cadet Captain, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Social Studies; Hobby, Music. Colby College BERNARD GUNNER " Benny " 109 Erie St., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Cadet Captiin, 4; Ambition, Science; Hobby, Science. Mass. School of Physiotherapy GEORGE F. GUPTILL " Gup " 24 Hunnewell Ave., Brighton Winthrop Junior High, IVinthrup Band, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Music. College FRANK L. GUSTAFSON " Gussie " 184 Perham St., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W. Roxbury Ambition, U.S. Naval Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. College PAUL C. HABIB " Paul " 14 Decatur St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, College; Hobby, Stamps. Business WILLIAM R. HALL " Bill " 21 Hamilton St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester lA ; Cadet Captain, 4; Room Captain, 2; Record Staff, 4; Am- bition, Technology; Hobby, Sports. College EDWARD N. HALLOW " Eddie " 3 May PL, South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Track; Ambition, Orchestra; Hobby, Music. U. S. Navy ROBERT B. HANSON " Bob " 22 SpringhiU Rd., Hyde Park Rogers, Hyde Park lA ; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2, 3; Cadet Captain, 4; Student Council, 2, 3; French Club, 4; Room Councilor, 4; Picture, Chairman; Senior Class; Am- bition, Aviation; Hobby, Aeronautics. College ALBERT F. HANWELL " Bert " 668 Adams St., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Neponset lA , Honor Roll, 2; Lawrence Prize, F D, 1; Cadet Captain 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College {42 GERARD J. HARDIMAN " Red " 37 Levant Sr., Dorchester Si. Peter ' s, Dorchester Honor Roll, 1; Room Captain, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Dance Committee, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Business PAUL J. HARRINGTON " Hago " 9 Swallow St., S. Boston Nazareth, S. Boston Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business BERNARD HARRIS 7 Page St., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Ambition, Aviation, Hobby, Sports. Boston University JOHN J. HART, JR. " Joe " 5 Mt. W arren, Roxbury Boston Latin Honor Roll, 2; Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Pigeons. Merchant Marine PAUL R. HARTIN 39 Robinson St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester lA ; Track, 3; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Business ALEXANDER E. HASTIE " Tosko " 28 Magnolia St., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Radio. U. S. Navy ARTHUR G. HAY " Pat " 38 Olney St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Ambition, Civil Service; Hobby, Sports. Business FRANCIS I. HECTOR 11 Holyoke St., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College WALTER B. HEIDKE " Wally " 46 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain Ma7y E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Business JOHN M. HEILER " Jack " 1632 Tremont St., Roxbury Mission, Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College 43 ARTHUR R. HEINEN " Bumpy " 126 Walworth St., Roslindale lf ' iishing!on Irving, Roslindale Ambition, Photo Engraving; Hobby, Sport?. Business CARL HEIT " Red " 10 Florence St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Books. College PAUL M. HEYMAN " Pauly " 32 Wayne St., Roxbury Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Captain, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Law; Hobby, Scouting. College WILLIAM J. HICKEY " Will " 47 Towers St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas ' , Jamaica Plain Track, 2, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Night School JAMES F. HIGGINS " Jim " 874 Second St., S. Boston Nazareth, S. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business LAWRENCE W. HIGH 7 Elbert St., Roxbury Leviis, Roxbury Cadet Captain, 4; Glee Club, 4; Track, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN A. HINCHEY " Jack " 45 Dracut St., Dorchester If ' oodro ' jo Wilson, Dorchester -Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy THOMAS J. HOEY " Red " 328 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy HENRY F. HOGAN, JR. " Harry " 10 Carrol St., W. Roxbury St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Trick Squad, 2; Ambition, Naval Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. Boston College JOHN A. HOLT 10 Humphreys PL, Dorchester .S7. Margaret ' s , Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Stamp Club, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Stamps. College •{ 44 AARON HOLTZMAN " Urry " 16 I ' owler St., Dorchester Oliver ll ' etidell Ualmes Dorchester Anihition, Aeronautical E ngi- neering; Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT P. HUDSON " Huddy " 5 Schirmer Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV. Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, .Army Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. Boston College JOHN J. HURLEY " Jack " 108 I St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, S. Boston Track, 2, 3; Ambition, Account- ing; Hobby, Sports. Business School MELVIN HUROVITZ " Mel " 11 Portina Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Track, 2 (E); 3 (E); Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College CARL R. HURTIG " Bob " 17 Ellet St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester 1 A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2, 3; Cadet Cap- tain, 4; Record Representative, 3; Math Club, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sailing. College HARRY T. HUTCHESON " Hutch " 11 Logan Way, S. Boston Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. v. S. Army FREDERICK J. HYDER " Freddy " 1463 Washington St., South End Oliver Lawrence Ambition, Civil Service; Hobby, Sports; Cadet Captain. Business EDMUND HYLANDER " Eddy " 16 Malcolm Rd., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley , Jamaica Plain Ambition, U. S. Marines; Hobby Sports. U . S. Marines JAMES M. lARUSSI " Jim " 907 Saratoga St., E. Boston Chevarus, E. Boston Honor Roll, 1,2; Cadet Major, 4; Room Councilor, 2; Am- bition, Naval Aviation; Hobby, Drawing. College ROBERT J. JABLONSKY " Jabber " 27 Temple St., West End St. Joseph ' s, West End Record Business; Glee Club, 4; Ambition, Radio Mechanics; Hobby, Radio. fVentworth Institute {45 WILLIAM D. JACOBS " Jake " 35 South St., Brighton Washington Irving, Roslindale Ambition, Naval Aviation; Hobby, Sports. Boston College PALMER H. JACQUES " Jake " 1197 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton William Howard Taft, Brighton Rifle Club, 3; Ambition, Naval Officer; Hobby, Aeronauticr. Coast Guard Academy THOMAS M. JENKINS " Big Red " 552 Massachusetts Ave., S. E. Shaw Junior High, IVashiyigton, D. C. Ambition, History Professor; Hobby, Sports. College ROBERT A. JENNINGS " Jen " 17 Firth Rd., Roshndale Washington Irving, Roslindale Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business FRANK J. JETON " Frankie " 13 E. Hastings St., W. Roxbury Sacred Heart Academy , Sharon lA ; Ambition, Aeronautical Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Business Vm DONALD F. JOHNSON " Ducky " 139 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Orchestra, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Am- bition. College; Hobby, Sports. College RALPH H. JONES, JR. " Jonsey " 43 Parker Hill Ave., Roxbury Martin, Roxbury Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Civil Engineering; Hobby, Sports. N ortheastern CHARLES F. JORDAN " Rocky " 55 Whitten St., Dorchester St. Mark ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Guns. Post Graduate WALTER F. JORDAN " Wally " 7 Rollins St., West End Abraham Lincoln, West End Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Stamps. Business ROBERT L. JUMPER " Bob " 47 Symphony Rd., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Room Councilor, 1; Athletic Captain, 1; Track, 1 (E), 2 (E), 3 (E), 4 (E); Cadet Lieutenant 4; Football, 4 (E); Ambition, Filing; Hobby, Sports. Boston University EDWIN G. KAGAN 43 Columbia Rd., Dorchester Jl ' obiirn Jnniur Ili h lA ; Lawrence Prize, F, 1; Am- bition, Optometrist; Hobby, Sports. Mass. School oj Opometry WILLIAM S. KAMEESE " Bill " 1755 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton §ui icy, Roxbury Honor Roll, 1, 2; Current Events Club, 4; Room Councilor, 4; Ambition, Success Hobby, Coins. Dartmouth ROBERT D. KASSELS " Gassy " 98 Willowwood St., Mattapan Roger Wolcott, Mattapan Math Club, 4; Camera Club, 4; Music, 4; Ambition, Ortho- dontist; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Hobby, Sports. Ttijts College GEORGE KATZ 68 Ormand St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Captain, 4; Current Events Club, 3; Math Club, 4; Ambition, Chemical Engineering Hobby, Chemistry. M. I. T. LEONARD E. KATZ " Wings " 124 Lucerne St., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, U. S. Army Pilot; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern WILLIAM F. KAVANAGH " Bill " 25 Atkins St., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Baseball, 3, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy THOMAS J. KEANE " Buster " 170 Hamilton St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Pilot; Hobby, Pho- tography. Business RICHARD J. KEARNS " Big Dick " 28 Mt. Ida Rd., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Football, 3 (E), 4 (E); Captain 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Mt. Ida Preparatory MATTHEW N. KELEHER " Matty " 28 Spring St., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W . Roxbury Baseball, 3 (E), 4 (E); Room Councilor, 3; Track, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College JOHN P. KELLEY " Kel " 21 Fairbanks St., Brighton St. Columbkille ' s, Brighton 2A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, F D; Fife Drum Corps, 1, 2, 3; Ambition, Draft- ing; Hobby, Sports. Business {47 JAMES P. KELLY " Kel " 36 Oakton Ave., Dorchester .SV. Albert ' s, New York Glee Club, 2; Room Councilor; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Secretary, Treasurer, 3, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN J. KELLY " Kel " 83 Wood Ave., Hyde Park William Barton Rogers, Hyde Park Cadet Major, 4; .Ambition, Police Force; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH P. KELLY " Kel " 52 Forbes St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, Ja7naica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business ' THOMAS F. KELLY, JR. " Fat " 52 Forbes St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, Jamaica Plain Room Councilor, 1; Lawrence Prize, F D, Vice President, Junior Class, 3; Football, 4(E); Ambition, Politics; Hobby, Law. Harvard THOMAS F. L. KELLY " Kell " 214 Centre St., Dorchester St. Mark ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Business FRANCIS X. KENNEY " Ken " 6 Henley St., Charleetown Clarence R.Edwards, Charlestown Ambition, Success; Hobby Sports. U. S. Navy WILLIAM J. KENNEY " Shorty " 155 E. Cottage St., Dorchester IVilliam E. Russell, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Record; Typist, 4; Individual Prize Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business CHARLES F. KERRIGAN " Charlie " 211 Hancock St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Ambition, Law; Hobby, Music. College STANLEY A. KESHEN " Stan " 18 Boulevard Ter., AUston Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Band, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. College THOMAS F. KILDAY " Tom " 9 Westerly St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, Jamaica Plain Football, Asst. Manager, 4; Am- bition, Electricity, Hobby, Electricity. Business {48 JOSEPH W. KILEY " Joe " 53 Adams St., Dorchester Mat ier, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy FRANCIS E. KING 25 Barry St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Honor Roil, 1; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Room Captain, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College M. IRA KOERNER " Ira " 2 Sutherland Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. JVharton School of Finance ALEXANDER J. KOSMO " Kosie " 430 Tremont St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports; Cadet Captain. U . S. Marines EDWARD S. KRAJEWSKI " Ed " 16 Dartmouth St., South End Rice, South End 3A ; Lawrence Prize, P2, K3; Honor Roll, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Phy- sics; Hobby, Chess. Business College ARAM F. KURKJIAN 30 Alexander St., Dorchester Patricia T. Campbell, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM B. LaCROIX " Bruno " 69 Brayton Rd., Brighton Our Lady of Presentation, Brighton Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Business ELIAS LAHAM " Louis " 270 Shawmut Ave., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Chemistry. College PETER A. LALOOSES " Pete " 23 Humphreys St., Dorchester William E. Russell, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Student Council- or, 3; Room Councilor, 2; French Club, 3; Ambition, SuCr cess; Hobby, Sports. College MARVIN LAM PERT 566 Norfolk St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenherg, Mattapayi Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Old Coins. College i 49 JOHN J. LANCASTER " Lanky " 75 Pontine St., Roxbury Our Lady of Lonrdes, Roxbiirv 2A ; Honor Roll, 3; Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Photogra- phy. Renlley School PELLEGRINO J. LANDOLFI " Billy 58 Auburn St., West End St. Joseph ' s, West End Lawrence Prize, 13; Honor Roll, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Mechanics. College EDWARD L. LANE, JR. " Ted " 169 Willow St., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, JV. Roxbury Band, 3; Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Radio. M. I. T. JOHN E. LARKIN " Sonny " 92 Appleton St., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Social Service; Hobby, Sports. Boston University DONALD W. LaROSE " Twinsie " 12 Ashford St., Allston William Howard Ta t, Brighton Baseball, 2 (E), 3 (E), Co- Captain, 4; Ambition, Pro- fessional Sports; Hobby, Sports. Travel JOHN W. LAVEZZO " Jack " 40 St. Edward Rd., E. Boston Blackington, E. Boston Camera Club, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3; Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Technical Work. Business EDWARD E. LAYCOCK 14 Medfield St., Back Bay William Mc Kinley, Back Bay Ambition, Architecture; Hobby, Sports. M. I. T. FRANCIS X. LEAR Y " Larry " 38 Lonsdale St., Dorchester .V . Mark ' s, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps; Hobby, Sportf. U . S. Marine Corps EDWARD LEE " Eddie " IB Cortes St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Track; Baseball; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Business CHARLES H. LEIGHTON " Charlie " 217 Gold St., S. Boston Bigelow, S. Boston Track, 3; Rifle Club, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Collecting Arms. College •( 50 PATRICK J. LEONARD " Pat " 71 Hampstead Rd., Jamaica Plain St. T inmas ' , Jamaica Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. ( ' ollege ANGELO A. LEONE ■ ' Ang " 84 N. Margin St., North End St. Mary ' s, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Business JAMES D. LEVENSON " Jimmy " 106 Strathmore Rd., Brighton Boston Latin Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Model Airplanes. M. I. T. NATHAN LEVINE " Natie " 25 Calder St., Dorcherter Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan 2A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Library Corps, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Civil Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College CARMEN J. LICCIARDI 16 Lamson St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Business PHILIP LIEBERSON 69 W ' ayland St., Roxbury Patrick T. Campbell, Roxbury Ambition, Photography; Hobby, Photography. U . S. Marines BERTRAM E. LIPMAN " Bert " 643 Morton St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Captain, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. M. L T. PASQUALE LOGIUDICE " Pat " 60 Maverick St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Library Corps, 3; Ambition, Coast Guard Academy; Hobby, Sports. College DANIEL N. LORUSSO " Ducky " 91 Prince St., North End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Alumni Committee; Glee Club; Am- bition, U. Sports. Business S. Navy; Hobby,. JOSEPH P. LOUGHNANE " Joe " 32 Boutwell St., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Neponset French Club, 4; Current Events Club, 3; Lawrence Prize, F D, 1, 2; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Stamps. Boston College 51 ANDREW J. LOUZAN " Andy " 3-i Clark St., North End Michelangelo, North End Honor Roll, 3; Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Carpentry. Bent ley ' s School JOSEPH A. LUCIANO 144 Prince St., North End St. Mary ' s, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Pigeons. Business ROBERT F. LUTZ " Bob " 52 Larchmont St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Drum Bugle, 3, 4; Cadet Cap- tain, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business EDWARD J. LYNCH " Jock " 106 Wrentham St., Dorchester JVoodrow Wilson, Dorchester Honor Roll, 2; Ambition, Sports Reporting; Hobby, Sports. Boston College JAMES P. LYNCH " Jim " 85 Bowdoin Ave., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Track, 1, 2, 3; Ambition, Elec- tricity; Hobby, Coins. Technical School CHARLES E. McARDLE " Mac " 15 Leroy St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business RAYMOND A. MacCALLUM " Ray " 9 Durham St., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay (rlee Club, 2, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Business CHARLES J. McCarthy " Mac " 83 Huron Circle, Dorchester .S7. Gregory ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Spot ts. Business JAMES L. J. McCarthy " Mac " 384 K St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, S. Boston Current Events, 4; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOSEPH H. McCAULEY " Joe " 18 Church St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business •{52 EDWARD J. McDonald " Mac " 106 Mindcn St., Jamaica Plain Cheverns, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Sports. Business JAMES M. McDonald " Mac " 7 Saranac St., Dorchester IVoodrow Wilson, Korchester Honor Roll, 2, 3; Room Coun- cilor, 3; Lawrence Prize, ' F D, Ambition, Travel; Hobby, Sports. M. I. T. JOHN E. McDonald " Mac " 999 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester St. IVilliam ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business PATRICK F. Mcdonough •Pat " 72 Codman Park, Roxbury St. Joseph ' s, Roxbury Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH M. McGONAGLE " Joe " 945 Parker St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Machinery; Hobby, Sports. LeROY L. McGONAGLE " Louis " 65 Pearl St., Charlestown St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition, Army Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. Business Business JOHN L. McHUGH Mac " 544 Saratoga St., E. Boston St. Mary ' s, E. Boston lA ; Athletic Captain, 3, 4; Library Corps, 3, 4; Ambition, Diesel Engineering; Hobby, Sports. U, S. Engineering School JOHN T. McINERNEY ' Mac " 84 Sheridan St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College HENRY McKENNA " Harry " 11 FoUen St., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College WILLIAM E. McKEON " Bill " 16 Lenoxdale Ave., Dorchester U ' oodrow Wilson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Business {53 NILUS J. MACKEY " Ni " 45 Nonantum St., Brighton Our Lady of Presentation,Brighton Room Captain, 1; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography U. S. Army JOHN P. McMORROW " Mickey " 253 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester St. Williani s, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Track, 1 ; Hockey, 4 (E); Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH E. McMURROUGH " Joe " 16 Spalding St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas, Jamaica Plain Current Events Club, 4; Athletic Captain, 3, 4; Track, 3; Football, 4; Ambition, Me- chanics, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy FRANCIS P. McNAMARA " Mac " 58 Percival St., Dorchester St. Peter s, Dorchester Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. Business OWEN J. McNAMARA " Joe " 66 S. Hobart St., Brighton St. Columhkille ' s, Brighton Honor Roll, 3; Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Business School 47 MICHAEL F. McNeil " Mac " 135 I St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, S. Boston 2A ; Honor Roll, 1, 2; Record Staff, 4; Ambition, Success. Hobby, Sports. College JOHN T. McNULTY " Mac " 19 Chickatawbut St., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Boston College TIMOTHY G. McSWEENEY " Mac " 25 Lamartine St., Jamaica Plai n Cheverus, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM F. McSWEENEY " Chic " 20 Dawes St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s. Dorchester Rifle Club, 2; Ambition, Physi- cal Instructor; Hobby, Sports. Preparatory School JAMES MAGGIO 109 Chambers St., West End William Blackstone, W est End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business ■{54 ROBERT S. MAHANEY " Bobo " 43 Mozart St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Cnrley, ' Jamaica Plain lA ; Room Councilor, 1; I ' rcnch 4; Honor Roll, 2; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Dancing. Rosldii ( ' rj egf DANIEL J. MAHONEY " Danno " 5 Fox St., Dorchester Mal ier, Dorc iesler Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. College JOHN C. MAKER " Make " 66 Stockton St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorchester Ambition, Chemical Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern FRED MALMAD " Duke " 88 Willowwood St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson , Dorchester Library Club, 2; P ' rench Club, 2; Current Events Club, 2; Am- bition, Orchestra; Hobby, Music. College GERALD N. MALONEY " Jerry " 26 Bigelow St., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN E. MALONEY " Jake " 47 Chickatawbut St., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Neponset Football, 4 (E); Hockey, 3 (E), 4; Baseball, 3 (E); (ilce Club, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN F. MALONEY " Jack " 612§ E. Fifth St., So Boston Thomas N. Hart, S. Boston Switchboard Operator, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Photography Business ROBERT P. MALONEY " Bob " 6121 E. Fifth St., S. Boston Thomas N. Hart, S.Boston Ambition, Business; Hobby, Photography. Business LUCIO M. MANGANARO " Lou " 7 Roach St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Track, 2 (E), 3 (E); Football, 4; Ambition, Salesmanship; Hobby, Sports. College S. J. MANGIARATTI " Mangi " 281 Sumner St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business •{55 FRANK A. MARSHALL " Sport " 1051 Saratoga St., E. Boston Blackington, E. Boston Ambition, Merchant Marine; Hobby, Radio. Massachusetts Nautical School KENNETH P. MARSHALL " Bo " 26 Allston St., Charlestown St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition, Merchant Marine; Hobby, Ships. Preparatory School JOHN T. MARTELL " Marty " 81 Jamaica St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas, Jamaica Plain Cadet Lieut. Colonel, 4; Room Councilor; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business WALTER A. MASCIOLI " Widso " 35 Grayson St., Brighton JVoodrow Wilson, Brighton Honor Roll, 2; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Photography. Northeastern THOMAS B. MATERAZZO " Tom " 312 Centre St., Jamaica Plain Lowell, Jamaica Plain Room Captain, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College HAROLD E. MATTHEWS " Red " 199 Hampden St., Roxbury Dearborn, Roxbury Honor Roll, 2; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2; Athletic Captain, 4; .Ambition, Army Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. College GREGORY MAZARES " George " 321 Harrison Ave., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Aviation Club, 3; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Aviation, Business JOHN F. MAZONAKIS " Mazzy " 55 Chandler St., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Business School EDWARD H. MEALEY " Bud " 38 Semont Rd., Dorchester .S7. Mark ' s, Dorchester Room Councilor, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby. Spoits. College MICHAEL J. MEEHAN " Mike " 1564 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH M. MEIER " Pete " 11 Lombard St., Dorchester Graver Cleveland, Dorchester Lawrence Prize, 1 ' ' D, 2; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business NICHOLAS J. MIGLIOZZI " Nickels " 71 Charter St., North End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. Business DAVID P. MILLER " Sltipper " 226 Jamaicaway, Jamaica Plain Cheverus, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Naval Officer; Hobby, Sports. College XENOPHEN J. MIR AGE AS " Phony " 51 W. Walnut Pk., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury French Club, 2; Aviation Club, 2; Current Events Club, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Reading. College KENNETH R. MISNER " Ken " 19 Wales St., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; French Club, 2; Ambition, Mechanics; Hobby, Sports. College ARTHUR L. MISSION " Art " 34 Colonial Ave., Dorchester U ' oodrow Wilson, Dorchester Track; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Business SIDNEY I. MITCHELL " Mitch " 30 Wilmore St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Track, 2; Current Events Club, 2; Room Captain, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH MODICA " Joe " 131 Havre St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston 2A ; Honor Roll, 2; Lawrence Prize, 3 (I); Ambition, Mete- orologist; Hobby, Sports. M. I. T. JAMES H. MOLINEAUX " Mul " 41 Dix St., Dorchester John Winthrop, Dorchester Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Aviation Club, 1; Track, 2; Ambition,. Success; Hobby, Sports. Business GEORGE T. MORAN " Ted " 22 Crockett Ave., Dorchester Harris, Dorchester Orchestra; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Surgery; Hobby, Sports. Medical Corps, U. S. Marines 57 JOSEPH B. MORAN " Joe " 24 Old Morton St., Mattapan St. Gregory ' s, Mattapan Ambition, Mechanical Engineer- ing; Hobby, Sports. Business THOMAS F. MORGAN " Tom " 76 Broadway, S. Boston St. Peter and Paul ' s, S. Boston Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business EDWARD T. MORREO " Porky " 35 N. Margin St., North End St. Mary ' s, North End Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT J. MURPHY " Bob " 56 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton Alexander Hamilton, Brighton Football, 3 (E), 4 (E); Athletic Captain, 3; Track, 3, 4; Alumni Committee, 4; Baseball, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2; Am- bition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. Boston College CHARLES R. MURRAY 7 A St., Hyde Park St. Raphael ' s, Hyde Park Record Staff, 4; Track, Asst. Manager, 4; Ambition, Electri- cal Engineering; Hobby, Music. Northeastern STEPHEN F. MURRAY " Steve " 8 Capen St., Dorchester St. Matthew ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Bryant Stratton BENJAMIN MYERS " Ben " 43 C olonial Ave., Dorchester Oliver If ' endell Holmes, Dorchester l.A ; Lawrence Prize, 3 (P); Camera Club, 3; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Radio. N ortheastern JAMES W. NAGLE 5 Hillside Ave., Forest Hills Francis Parkman, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College RICHARD K. NAGLE " Dick " 370 Park St., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV. Roxbury Track, 2, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Radio. Boston College FRANCIS A. NARDONE " Doc " 44 Evans St., Dorchester St. Matthew ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business School •(58 GEORGE NARINIAN 210 V. Broadway, S. Boston Bige ow, S. Boston Math Club, 4; Ambition, Pharmacy; Hobby, Photogra- phy. Mtiss. College of Pharmacy PETER NASTI " Cronk " 50 Poplar St., West End Jl ' illiam Blackstone, West End Track, 3, 4; Ambition, Music; Hobby, Stamps. Business JOHN N. NEARHOS " Yokel " 12 O ' Callaghan Way, S. Boston Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Track, 2, 3; Ambition, Physical Instructor; Hobby, Physical Culture. Business WILLIAM T. NEE " Neezo " 1 Victoria St., Dorchester St. William ' s, Dorchester Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2; Hockey, 1, 2; Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. U . S. Marines RICHARD G. NEEDLE " Dick " 15A Portina Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Ambition, College; Hobby, Sports. Boston University RICHARD J. NELSON " Dick " 11 Belvidere St., Back Bay Farm cf Trades, Thompson ' s Island Ambition, Printing; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marines WILLIAM W. NEVILLE " Nev " 70 Oakton Ave., Dorchester St. Ann ' s, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Individual Prize, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN NICHOLS 50 Poplar St., West End William Blackstone, West End Lawrence Prize, 1 (D), 2 (D), (F); Cadet Captain, 4; Am- bition, Commercial Art; Hobby Athletics. Art School JOHN J. NORTON " Tiger " 32 Lawn St., Roxbury Cheverus, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH M. NORTON " Joe " 50 Virginia St., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps; Hobby, Model Airplanes. Ar7ny {59} JOSEPH M. NOVER " Lou " 9 Weyanoke St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business ANDREW E. O ' BRIEN " Andy " 55 St. Mark ' s Rd., Dorchester Woodrow Jf ' ilson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern JAMES J. O ' BRIEN " Obie " 116 Pleasant St., Dorchester St. WiUiani s, Dorchester Band, 1, 2; Track, 2, 3; Am- bition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN D. O ' BRIEN 22 IfBey Rd., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of Lonrdes, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN T. J. O ' BRIEN, JR. " O ' B " 33 Bainbridge St., Roxbury St. Joseph ' s, Roxbury French Club, 4; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOSEPH C. O ' BRIEN " J. C. " 134 Cushing Ave., Dorchester R. C. Humphrey ' s, Dorchester Record Staff, 4; Ambition, Ac- counting; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Hobby, Photography. Business RICHARD G. O ' BRIEN " O ' B " 465 Beacon St., Back Bay Walnut Park Country Day, New- ton Record Staff, 2, 3; Circulation Manager, 4; Room Councilor, 3; Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Arms and Armor. M. I. T. JOHN T. O ' CONNELL " Eager " 14 Haverford Rd., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of Lourdes, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. U . S. Marine Corps PAUL E. O ' CONNELL " Oakie " 47 Dix St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorchester French Club, 2; Ambition, Naval Career; Hobby, Aviation. U. S. Navy ROBERT C. O ' CONNELL " Bob " 47 Dix St., Dorchester W oodrow Wilson, Dorchester Cadet Captain; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Model Aviation; U . S. Army i 60 WALTER H. O ' CONNELL " Oakic " 9 Carroll St., V. Roxbury Robert Gould Shau II ' . Roxbnt Math Club, 4; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Hunting. College WILLIAM J. O ' CONNELL " Okie " 9 O ' Connell Rd., Dorchester Si. Gregory ' s, Dorchester Switchboard Operator, 3; Ambition; Telephone; Hobby, Sports. Business ARSHAG OHANIAN " Hans " 51 Bradford St., South End Rue, South End Room Councilor, 2; Ambition, Pharmacy; Hobby, Sports. Mass. College of Pharmacy JAMES J. O ' HARA " Bud " 15 Rockmere St., Dorchester St. IVilliam ' i, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. JAMES J. O ' KEEFE " Oky " 39 George St., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV . Roxbury Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Sports. Business MELVIN OLANSKY " Mel " 15 I ' csscnden St., Mattapan Solomon I.ewenherg, Mattapan Football, 3; Track, 2; Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern THOMAS J. O ' LAUGHLIN " Tom " 332 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester St. IVilliam ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business CHARLES J. O ' MALLEY " Chill " 12 Hubbardston Rd., Dorchester St. IVilliam ' s , Dorchester Football, 2 (E), 3 (E), 4 (E); Co-Captain; Baseball, 2 (E), 3 (E); Hockey, 1 (E), 2 (E), 3 (E), 4 (E), Captain; Room Captain, 4; Vice President, Senior Class; Ambition, Physi- cal Instructor; Hobby, Sports. Lawrence Acade-my ROBERT F. O ' MEARA " Bob " 493 Talbot St., Dorchester I ' Voodrow Wiison, Dorchester Athletic Captain, 2, 3; Am- bition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. V. S. Navy WILLIAM M. O ' MELIA " Bill " 19 Darius Ct., S. Boston St. Matthew ' s, Dorchester Honor Roll, 1; Hockey, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business {61} JAMES F. ORPIN, JR. " Jim " 39 Bartlett St., Charlestown Clarence R. Edwards, Cliarlestoivti Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Stamps. Navy HARRY J. OSBORNE, II " Ossie " 177 Weld St., V. Roxbury IV ashington Irving, Roslindale Rifle Club, 3; Record Staff, 2; Baseball, 3; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy WILLIAM P. O ' TOOLE " Bill " 8 Fifield St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Naval Officer; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOHN P. PAISIOS " Greek " 9 Wilbur St., Dorchester Edward Everett, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Major, 4; Room Captain, 2, 3; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. Ayinapolis Naval Academy SALVATORE J. PANTANO " Sal " 19 Endicott St., North End Michelangelo, North End Executive Committee, Senior Class, Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Record Typist, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH S. PANZICA " Pan " 23 Motte St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Record Staff, 4; Ambition, Pharmacy; Hobby, Music. College ALEXANDER PAPAZOGLAS " Pop " 134 Castle St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Captain, 4; Math Club, 3, 4; French Club, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Portraits. Business PETER PARALIKIS " Roxy " 15 Noanet St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. IJ . S. Army LEONARD A. PARIS " Archie " 11 A Rockland St., Roxbury Central, Truro, N. S. Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Sports. College HENDERSON O. PARKER " Hendie " 125 Crawford St., Roxbury Louisa May Olcott, South End Orchestra, 3; Fife Corps, 2; Bugle Drum Corps, 3, 4; Am- bition, Teaching; Hobby, Autographs. College {62} RICHARD H. PARNAGIAN " Saint " 3 Milford Sr., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. College oj Pharmacy EDWIN A. PAUL " Ed " 12 Zamora Ct., Jamaica Plain Robert Could Shaw, IF. Roxbury Honor Roll, 1, 2; lA ; Lawrence Prize, Ml; Record Staff, 4; P ' rench Club, 4; Student Coun- cil, 3, 4; Presidenr; Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Sports. College MENDELL PECKER " Mendy " 23 Eaton St., West End IVilliam Blackstone, West End Honor Roll, 2, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Stamps. Business PHILIP S. PERCH " Phil " 4 Decatur St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End 4A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, 2 (M); Math Club, 4; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Sports. M. I. T. ALFRED C. PERROTTI " Jiggs " 64 N. Margin St., North End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army ROBERT K. PETERSON " Pete " 1 1 Harrington Rd., Dorchester ll ' oodrow Wilson, Dorchester 6A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, F4; V D, 2, 3; Cadet Colonel, 4; Ambition, Chemis- try; Hobby, Chemistry. Harvard ROY J. PETERSON 76 St. Brendan Rd., Dorchester Dearborn , Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Sports. College ROBERT H. PIKE " Red " 15§ Wendover St., Doichester Edward Everett, Dorchester Room Councilor; Ambition, Psychology; Hobby, Sports. Business BERNARD G. POLIT 10 Johnson Ter., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Library Corps, 3, 4; Fife . Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; Music Appreciation Club, 3, 4; Vice President, 4; Record Staff, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Liturgies. College HAROLD J. POLIT " Twin " 10 Johnson Ter., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson, Dorchester Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Lieutenant 4; Library Corps, 2, 3, 4; Presi- dent, 4; Music Appreciation Club, 3, 4; Secretary, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Litur- gies. College {63 ANDREW W. POLLOCK, JR. " Andy " 32 Trapelo St., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Current Events Club, 4; Stamp Club, 4; Asst. Track Manager, 4; Ambition, Journalism; Hobby Reading. College UZIEL PONN " Uzie " 28 Phillips St., West End IVilliam Blackslone, IV est End Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. College JOHN G. PORCARO " Johnny " 64 Bremen St., E. Boston Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, E. Boston Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Business JACK PRAGER " Jake " 29 Browning Ave., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes Dorchester Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Aviation. U. S. Air Corps THEODORE S. PRASINOS " Teddy " 680 Columbia Rd., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Track, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. College MEYER PRESS " NLanny " 108 Callender St., Dorchester lA ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Engineering; Hobby, Model Airplanes. Northeastern SIDNEY PRICE " Sid " 24 Cunningham St., Roxbury PatrickT. Campbell, Roxbury Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Aeronautical Engineering; Hob- by, Stamps. College GEORGE L. PROCTOR " Baldy " 9 Holden St., Dorchester IVilliam E. Russell, Dorchester Guidon Bearer, 2; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy CHARLES M. PULEO " Charlie " 15 Clark St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Machinist; Hobby, Sports. Business RINO J. PULICARI " Romeo " 75 Everett St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. Business {64 ANDREW P. PUOPOLO " Zea " 32 Sheafe St., North End Michelarielo, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business CHARLES C. RAFTELL " Charlie " 2 Jackson St., Charlestwon St. Catherine ' s, Charlestown lA ; Ambition, Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. College WILLIAM J. RAFTELL " Bill " 78 Elm St., Charlestown Clarence R. Edwards, Charlestown Room Councilor, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Michigan State FREDERICK J. RAYMOND " Ted " 61 Smith St., Roxbury Mission, Roxbury Ambition, Civil Engineering; Hobby, Writing. Northeastern ARTHUR K. REALE " Art " 77 Pleasant Hill Ave. Dorchester St. Gregory ' s, Dorchester Athletic Captain, 1, 2; Am bition. Success; Hobby, Sports U. S. Marine Corps ROBERT E. REDDINGTON " Bob " 22 Dickinson Rd., Brighton Martin, Roxbury Room Captain, 4; Stamp Club, 1; Airplane Club, 2; Ambition, Telephone; Hobby, Submarines. N orlheastern EDWIN C. REDWAY " Charley " 38 Holyoke St., South End Dwight, South End Track, 2, 3, 4; Prize, Drum Competition, 2, 3; Ambition, Law; Hobby, Sports. Business WINSLOW F. REECE " Don " 55 Fort Ave., Roxbury Timilty, Roxbury Track, Asst. Manager, 4; French Club, 2; Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Aviation. U. S. Marines FRANCIS L. X. REGAN " Frank " 53 Norton St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester 6A ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Law- rence Prize, F D, 1,2; Record Staff, 3, 4; Business Manager; Executive Committee, Senior Class; Cadet Captain, 4; Am- bition, Court Reporting; Hobby, Sports. Business EDWARD J. REGGIO " Ed " 204 Norfolk St., Dorchester St. Patrick ' s, Portland, Maine Lawrence Piize, F D, 3; Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Book- keeping; Hobby, Sports. Business {65 ROBERT T. REYNOLDS " Bob " 86 Oakton Ave., Neponset St. .-Inn ' s, Neponset Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business ARNOLD M. RICHMOND " Arnie " 45 Orkney Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Camera Club, 2; Ambition, Optometry; Hobby, Sports. Mass. School of Optotnetry DENNIS C. RICUPERO " Denny " 106 Bremen St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Honor Roll, 2, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Room Counciloi, 4; Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering; Hobby, Model Air- planes. Northeastern FRANCIS X. RILEY " F. X " 237 Eustis St., Roxbury St. Patrick ' s, Roxbury Drum Corps, 1; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Photography. U. S. Navy VINCENT D. J. RIORDAN " Vin " 28 Ashcroft St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Color Guard, 3; Ambition, Med- icine; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Cadet JOHN F. ROBERTS " Bud " 135 High St., Charlestown ( ' larence R. Edwards, Charlestown .■ mbition. Aviation Engineering; Hobby, Photography. ALLAN D. ROBINSON " Al " 3 Wales St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Ambition, Dentistry; Hobby, Sports. Tufts College EUGENE M. ROCHE " Gene " 41 Hastings St., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W . Roxbury Record Staff, 3; Room Captain, 3; Rifle Club, 2, 3; French Club, 2; Ambition, U. S. Forces; Hobby, Hunting. U . S. Marine Corps LEO F. ROCHE 42 Hopedale St., Allston .S7. Anthony ' s, Allston lA ; Honor Roll, 1; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U . S. Marine Corps JOHN S. ROCHEFORT " Spence " 490 Washington St., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Orchestra, 3; Math Club, Sec- retary, Treasurer; Individual Prize, E. H. S. Band, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College {66} ARTHUR J. ROGAN " Prof " 136 Hamilton St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Honor Roll, 2; (ilee Club, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Education; Hobby, Art. Northeastern EDWARD C. ROGERS " Red " 14 Victoria St., Dorchester St. IFilliams ' , Dorchester Honor Roll, 1; Cadet Colonel, 4; Honor (Juard and Trick Squad; Track Manager, (E) Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Ambition Naval Air Corps; Hobby, Sports College JOSEPH F. RORKE " Joe " 62 Greaton Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, IV. Roxbury Hockey, 3, 4 (E); Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Boston College HARVEY E. ROSEN 493 Warren St., Roxbury IVoodrovj If ' ilson, Dorchester Music Appreciation Club, 4; Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Cameras. College LAWRENCE B. ROSENDORF " Larry " 105 Devon St., Roxbury Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan lA ; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, Bookkeeping; Hobby, Sports. Business f ALEXANDER E. ROSIN " Al " 39 Union Park St., South End Rice, South End Glee Club, 4; Track, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Foreign Trade PHILIP T. A. ROSSETTI 22 Oak St., Charlestown Clarence R. Edwards, Charlestown Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College RALPH J. ROSSI 7 Staniford St., West End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Civil Engineering; Hobby, Stamps. J. S. Marine Corps HENRY S. ROWEN " Harry " 26 Lake St., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Lawrence Prize, F D, 1; Math Club, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Post Graduate LAWRENCE RUBIN " Larry " 58 Bellvista Rd., Brighton Harriet A. Baldwin, Brighton Honor Roll, 3; Cadet Lieutenant 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Music. College {67 HAROLD J. RYAN " Harry " 22 Maryland St., Dorchester Ed ' uoard Everett, Dorchester Cadet Colonel, 4; Current Events Club, 3; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Airplane Models. Business JOHN H. RYAN 18 Custer St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas ' , Jamaica Plain Ambition, Sports Writing; Hobby, Sports. Commercial School FRANCIS W. SACCO " Kelly " 35 Leyden St., E. Boston St. Lazarus, E. Boston Baseball, 1 (E), 2 (E), 3 (E); 4; Co-Captain; Ambition, Avi- ation; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army ANTHONY W. SALERNO " Sal " 416 Hanover St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. College MELVIN SANDLER " Mr. K. " 41 Joy St., West End William Blackstone, West End Fife Drum Corps, 2; Bugle Drum Corps, 3, 4; Ambition, Law; Hobby, Sports. College LEO L. SARDONE " McGagen " 148 Salem St., North End Michelangelo, North End Alumni Committee; Room Councilor, 4; Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. Business ALBERT J. SARNO " Al " 16 Hull St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JAMES F. SAWAYA " Jim " 16 Union Pk., South End Rice, South End Football, 4 (E): Ambition, Bus- iness; Hobby, Sports. Business EMILIO J. SCAPICCHIO " Mil " 102 Salem St., North End Michelangelo, North End Cadet Captain, 4; Rifle Club, 2, 3; Room Captain, 3; Record Stafl , 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps THOMAS J. SCHIAVONE " T Bone " 212 Maverick St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Naval Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy {68} GEORGE J. SELADOS -Chub " 1740 Washington St., South End Dwi ht, Soi t i End French Club, 2; Football, 4 (E); Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Sports. Northeasli ' rN SIDNEY SELICOVITZ " SHck " 42 Harwood St., Dorchester Frank V. Thompson Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Airplane Mechanics; Hobby, Sports. IVentworth Institute NICHOLAS D. SERIO 5 Hull St., North End Michelangelo., North End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business GEORGE E. SERPIS 36 Falmouth St., Back Bay Alartin, Roxbury lA ; Honor Roll, 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, F D, 3; Room Council- or, 2; Cadet Captain, 4; Am- bition, Chemical Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern ALBERT A. SHAHIAN " Al " 15 Mt. Ida Rd., Dorcherter Mather, Dorchester Ambition, Aviation: Hobby, Stamps. Northeastern JOHN J. SHAUGHNESSY " Shocco " 607 Parker St., Roxbury .V . Joseph ' s, Roxbury Room Councilor, 2; French Club, 2; Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Dancing. U . S. Army Air Air Corps EDWARD F. SHEA " Duke " 59 Patten St., Jamaica Plain Francis Parkman,Ja7naicu Plain Ambition, U. S. Army; Hobby, Music. U. S. Army ROBERT M. SHEA " Bob " 623 W. Park St., Dorchester St. Matthew ' s, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOHN F. SHEEHAN " Jack " 3 Kensington St., Roxbury St. Joseph ' s, Roxburv lA ; Honor Rolf, 1; Room Councilor, 3; Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Chemical Engineer- ing; Hobby, Sports. Tujts College EUGENE J. SICILIANO " Geno " 67 Salem St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, Aviation; Hobby, Sports. •{ 69 } ERNEST SIEGEL " Ernie " 21 Outlook Rd., Mattapan Solamon Lewenl er , Mattapan Cadet Captain, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Camera Club, 4; Music Appreciation Club, 4; Ambition, Aeronautical Engineering; Hob- by, Airplanes. Northeastern HARRY SILBERMAN 246 S. Huntington Ave., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Cnrley, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business SIDNEY L. SILBERT " Sid " 93 Poplar St., West End IVilliam Blackstone, West End Ambition, Pharmacy; Hobby, Chemistry. College DANIEL J. SILVERSTEIN " Danny " 56 Holworthy St., Roxbury Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Honor Roll, 2, 3; 2A ; Lawrence Prize — 4 (L) Cadet Captain, 4; Athletic Captain, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN 21 Arbutus St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Lieutentnt, 4; Track, 3; Ambition. Electrical Engineer- ing; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern ROBERT L. SINGER " Bob " 347 Charles St., West End If ' illiam Blackstone, West End lA ; Cadet Captain, 4; Stamp Club, President; Ambition, Chemistry; Hobby, Stamps. College HENRY L. SITTIG " Hank " 33 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W . Roxbury Track, 2; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College ERWIN SMALL 43 Columbia Rd., Dorchester Patrick T. Campbell, Roxbury Lawrence Prize, F D, 2; Foot- ball Manager, 4 (E); Switch- board, 2, 3; Ambition, Farming; Hobby, Sports. Randolph State Agriculture MELVIN D. SMALL " Mel " 24 Astoria St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Camera Club, 4; Track, 3; French Club, 3; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. M. J. T. FRANK T. SMITH " Smitty " 865 Vets, of For. Wars Pkwy, W. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W. Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. New Hampshire State { 70 JOSEPH E. SMITH " Snuffy " 613 Parker St., Roxbury S . Francis de Sales, Roxhurx Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. College WALLACE D. SMITH " Wally " 69 (Jainsboro St., Back Bay Grammar, Gorham, N . H . Ambition, Mechanical Engi- neering; Hobby, Photography. Northeastern FRANK A. SOLIMINE " Sully " 71 Charter St., North End St. Anthony ' s, North End 2A ; Ambition, Marine Work; Hobby, Sports. Business GEORGE SOLOMON " Solly " 70 Harvard St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Track; Individual Prize Drill; French Club; Ambition, Travel; Hobby, Dramatics. Business ROBERT H. SOMMER " Bob " 102 Fletcher St., Roslindale IV ashington Irving, Roslindale Cadet Lieut. Col., 4; Reccjrd . ' R, 2, 3; Ambition, Mortician; Hobby, Stamps. College ROBERT M. SPEARS " Pro " 66 Richfield St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Orchestra; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. Business WILLIAM J. SPITZ " Bill " 39 Buttonwood St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business THOMAS F. STACK " Tom " 11 Winslow St., Hyde Park St. Raphael ' s, Hyde Park Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Track, 2, 3; Football, 3, 4 (E); Baseball, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby Sports. College WILLIAM F. STANTON " Bill " 26 Carson St., Dorchester IVilliam E. Russell, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business School ANTHONY S. STASIO " Tony " 34 Cottage St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Honor Roll, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3; Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Electric Trains. U. S. Navy {71 VINCENT P. STASIO " Jimmy " 34 Cottage St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Glee Club, 2; Track, 2 (E), 3 (E), 4 (E); Rifle Club, 2; Football, 4; Ambition, Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy RALPH P. STIGLIANI " Stigy " 52 Monument Ave., Charles town Clarance R. Edwards , Charlestown Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Music; Hobby, Music. Business WILLIAM G. STOCKDALE 64 Clearway St., Back Bay Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy WILLIAM H. STONE " Bill " 185 Ruskindale Rd., Mattapan William Barton Rogers, Hvde Park Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Record Staff; Athletic Captain, 3; Stamp Club, 2; Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Music. University oj New Hampshire STRATIS J. STRATIS 22 Orchard St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain 4A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Math Club, 4; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Am- bition, U. S. Army; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Aviation FRANK J. STRAZZULLA " Strazz " 25 Allen St., West End St. Joseph ' s, West End Ambition, Travel; Hobby, Sailing. U. S. Marine Corps MELVIN J. STRONG " Joe " 54 Julian St., Dorchester Jl ' ashington Irving, Roslindale Room Councilor, 1; Record Staff, 2; Track, 2; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. Annapolis Naval Academy CHARLES J. STUKAS " Chase " 453 Broadway, S. Boston Bigelow, S. Boston lA ; Room Councilor, 3 Lawrence Prize, M. D., 4; Chie Cheer Leader; Math Club, 4 Baseball, Mangaer, 4; Ambition Electrical Engineering; Hobby Sports; Cadet Captain. M. I. T. PETER A. STYMFAL " Pete " 30 Falmouth St., Back Bay New Grammar School oj Athens Cadet Major, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Reading. A ' ortheastern BRENDAN J. SULLIVAN " Sully " 73 Draper St., Dorchester St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Honor Roll, 1; Cadet Captain, 4; Athletic Captain, 4; Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Coins. College {72} JAMES D. SULLIVAN " Dinison " 733 La Grange Sr., V. Roxbury Robert Gould S unv, W. Roxbury Ambition, Orchestra; Hobby, Music. College JAMES J. SULLIVAN " Jim " 89 Knoll Sr., Roslindale Washington Irving, Roslindale Rifle Club, 3; Currenr Events Club, 4; Baseball, 3; Ambition, Law; Hobby, Sporrs. Boston University JAMES J. SULLIVAN " Jim " 19 Fairmount Sr., Dorchester St. Gregory ' s, Dorchester Track, 3 ' ; Football, 3 (E), 4 (E); Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps JOSEPH D. SULLIVAN " Sully " 31 Srandard Sr., Mattapan St. Gregory ' s, Dorchester Track, 1, 2, 3; Football, 4 (E); Ambition, U. S. Forces; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps JOSEPH M. SULLIVAN " Bud " 140 Adams St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Track, 2, 3, 4 (E); Football, 2, 3 (E), 4 (E); Chairman, Dance Committee, 4; Athletic Captain, 2, 3; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern JOSEPH P. SULLIVAN " Sull " 26 Union St., Brighton St. Columbkille ' s , Brighton Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sport. Busifiess LAWRENCE SULLIVAN " Lari y " 307 Park St., VV. Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W . Roxbury Football, 4 (E); Track, 4; Am- bition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Preparatory School ROBERT J. SULLIVAN " Sunshine " 92 Calumet Sr., Roxbury Robert Gould Shaw, W . Roxbury Ambirion, Success; Hobby, Auromobiles. Naval .iir Corps MAX M. SWARTZ " Mac " 53 McLellan Sr., Dorchesrer Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cader Lieurenanr, 4; Track, 2, 3; Cheer Leader, 4; French Club, Secrerary, 3, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Alumni Com- mittee, 4; Ambition, Electrical Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Duke University JAMES M. SWEENEY " Jimmie " 14 Custer St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas ' , Jamaica Plain Record Staff, 4; Ambition, Ac- counting; Hobby, Sports. Commercial School {73 VICTOR SYMANSKI " Vic " 38 Westland Ave., Back Bay Hugh O ' Brien, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Orchestra, 3, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Music. Bnsbiess BERNARD V. TACK " Bernie " 18 Mt. Hood Rd., Brighton Thomas A . Edison, Brighton Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business RALPH TALANIAN 147 Train St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Boston University ANTHONY J. TAMOOSH " Tony " 87 Oak St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Sports; Hobby, Sports. College JACOB TANGOOKIAN " Jake " 6 Ashley St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Cur ley, Jamaica Plain Bugle Drum Corps, 4; Am- bition, Radio; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy S. TASCHETTA, JR. 353 Chelsea St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kav, E. Boston 2A ; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, I 12; Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Music. College JOSEPH V. TEDESCUCCI " Teddy " 164 Gove St., E. Boston Mt. Carmel, £. Boston Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. College CHARLES D. THOMPSON " Tom " 31 Mellen St., Dorchester IVoodrow IVilson, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Coast Guard; Hobby, Printing. Post Graduate RICHARD D. THOMPSON " Dick " 31 Mellen St., Dorchester Emily A. Fifield, Dorchester F " rench Club, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Stamps. Business CLAUDIO G. TORLONE " Chuck " 181 Salem St., North End St. Anthony s. North End Athletic Captain; Ambition, U. S. Air Forces; Hobby, Sports. College •{74 JAMES F. TUFFY " Tuffy " 84 Hamilton St., Dorchester Si. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Business HUGH T. TWOMEY " Hughie " 36 Mystic Ave., Charlestown Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN J. ULRICH 111 Walworth St., Roslindale H ' oodrow JVilson, Dorchester Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern WALTER J. USTACH " Ustie " 16 Doris St., Dorchester Abraham Lincoln, South End Record Staff, 3, 4; Room Council- or, 4; Track, 3; Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, Journalism; Hobby, Sports. Boston University FRANK A. VACCARO " Eight O ' clock " 229 Marion St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Football, Asst. Manager, 4; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Pilot; Hobby, Sports. College CLAUDE F. VALLE, JR. " Duke " 315 Huntington Ave., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Music Appreciation Club, Presi- dent; Band, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Music. Northeastern ROBERT N. VARMETTE " Bob " 165 Huntington Ave., Back Bay Lowell Graded, Lowell, Vt. Ambition, Civil Service; Hobby, Photography. Business MARIO VENEZIA " Brownie " 80 Brighton St., West End M ' illiam Blackstone, West End Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH J. yiTALE " Joe " 144 Paris St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Athletic Captain, 3; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 3; Current Events Club, 4; French Club, 4; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Sports. College VINCENT S. yiTALE " Jimmy " 7 Henchman St., North End Michelangelo, North End Record Staff; Ambition, Ac- counting; Hobby, Cartoons. U. S. Air Corps {75 JOSEPH W. VOLK " Joe " 11 Furnival Rd., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Nlusic; Hobby, Music. Business ZAVEN K. VORPERIAN " Vorpy " 21 Symphony Rd., Back Bay Prince, Rack Ray Band, 3, 4; .Ambition, Business; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern FREDERICK A. WAGGETT " Lum " 15 Harbor View St., Dorchester William E. Russell, Dorchester Track, 3 (E); Football, 4 (E); Ambition, Army Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. College FREDERICK L. WAGGETT " Abner " 84 Marine Rd., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, S. Boston Football, 4 (E); Athletic Cap- tain, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Boston College JOHN H. WALSH, JR. " Jack " 87 St. Stephen St., Back Bay Newton High Brookline High Current Events Club, 4; Am- bition, Architecture; Hobby, Mechanical Drawing. College JOHN H. WALSH " Knobby " 113 Magnolia St., Dorchester Our Ladv of Lourdes, Jamaica Plain Honor Roll, 1 ; Ambition, Chem- istry; Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN J. WALSH " Jay-Jay " 679 Fifth St., S. Boston Nazareth, S. Boston Switchboard, 2; Editor-in-Chief, Record, 4; French, Secretary, 4; Music Appreciation, 3, 4; Cur- rent Events, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Chemistry. College NORMAN J. WALSH " Norm " 34 Codman St., Dorchester Thomas J. Kenny, Dorchester Honor Roll, Record ta.ff, 4; 2A ; Lawrence Prize, F D, 2; Track, 3 (E), 4 (E); Room Councilor; 2; French Club, 3, 4; President, 4; Ambition, Archi- tecture; Hobby, Photography. College JOHN A. WARD " Al " 20 Wabon St., Roxbury Lewis Intermediate, Roxbury Ambition, Drafting; Hobby, Model Airplanes. Drafting School JOHN H. WARD, JR. " Dutch " 109 Montebello Rd., Jamaica Plain Central Jr. High, uincy 4A ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Law- rence Prize, F D, 1, 2, E2; Cadet Captain, 4; Room Coun- cilor, 2; French Club, 4; Stamp Club, 4; Golf Club, Team Captain, 4; Football, 4 (E); Hockey, 3; Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Sports. Harvard {76 ROBERT A. WATERS " J- I ' - " 16 Cjlenside Ave., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of l.ourdes, Jamaica Plain Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Ritsiness WILLIAM L. WATTS. " Killer " 627 Sixth St., S. Boston Thomas N. Haft, S. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. College PAUL J. WEARE " Red " 919 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester Si. Margaret ' s, Dorchester Honor Roll, 3; Ambition, Phar- macy; Hobby, Sports. Mass. College of Pharmacy CARL A. A. WEBER " Carly " 8 Antrim St., E. Boston St. Lazarus, E. Boston 5 A ; Honor Roll, 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, F D, H2, K2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Secre- tarial Work; Hobby, Sports School JOSEPH WEINER " Kelly " 11 Columbus Sq., Back Bay Abraham Lincoln, South End Rifle Club, 2; Ambition, Business; Hobby, Photography. Business HAROLD WEISMAN " Hal " 62 Poplar St., West End William Blackstone, West End Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Sports. Middlesex University PHILIP C. WELSH 15 Old Morton St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 4; Ambition, Radio; Hobby, Photography. College ROBERT H. WENGER " Bob " 150 Arlington St., Brighton St. Columbkille ' s, Brighton Ambition, Engineering; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern WARREN W. WEST " Handsome " 5 Hampshire St., Roxbury ' James P. Ti.milty, Roxburv Current Events, 4; Ambition, Athletic Instructor; Hobby, Sports. Springfield College WILLIAM J. WEST " Bill " 16 Colonial Ave., Dorchester St. Matthew ' s, Dorchester Ambition, Travel; Hobby, Sports. {11 DONALD W. WESTWATER " Rusty " 6 St. Margaret St., Dorchester St. Margaret ' s, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Ambition, Suc- cess; Hobby, Sports. Boston University THOMAS J. WHALEN " Tommy Whalen " 6 Linden St., Dorchester Rice, South End lA ; Honor Roll, 2; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navv FREDERICK G. WHITMAN " Whit " 44 Hosmer St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Ambition, Teaching; Hobby, Sports. College OMER T. WILLETTE " Willy " 1427 Columbus Ave., Roxbury Martin, Roxbury Honor Roll, 1; Lawrence Prize, HI; French Club, 2; Am- bition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Weapons. Business HARVEY WOLF " Wolfie " 20 Wales St., Dorchester Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4; Ambition, .Accounting; Hobby, Music. Boston University LAURENCE S. WOLK " Larry " 10 Hosmer St., Mattapan Solomon Leii ' enberg, Mattapan French Club, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Music Appreciation Club, 4; .Ambition, Law; Hobby, Music. College SUMNER H. WOODROW " Woody " 20 Donald Rd., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Rifle Club, 2; Current Events Club, 4; Music Appreciation Club, 3; -Ambition, Mechanical Engi- neering; Hobby, Music. Lowell Institute ROY L. WOOLDRIDGE 14 Tolman St., Dorchester IVoodrow IVilson, Dorchester Honor Roll, 2, 3; Record, Sports Editor, 4; Ambition, Automotive Engineering; Hobby Sports. M. L T. BLAIR A. WORTMAN, JR. 51 Park Drive, Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Ambition, Success; Hobby, Photography. Preparatory School WILLIAM W. WRIGHT, JR. " Bill " 161 W. Springfield St. South End Dwight, South End lA ; Ambition, Dentistry; Hobby, Philately. College {78 JOHN P. YACHIMOVICH " Moe " 15 Assabet St., Dorchester Si. Ann ' s, Dorchester lA ; Honor Roll, 1; Rifle Club, 3; Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering; Hobby, Sports. College MANUEL YACKOLOW " Manny " 76 Allen St., West End Willuim Blackslotie, JVest End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Athletic Captain; Song Committee, 4; Current Events Club, 4; Am- bition, Authorship; Hobby, Dramatics. Business GEORGE L. YICK " Noun " 22 Tyler St., South End Lawrence Prize, F D, 2, 3; Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Room Councilor, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club, 4; Record StafF, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 2; French, 1, 3; Alumni Committee, 4; Am- bition, Education; Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH YOUDOVITZ 23 Angell St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan French Club, 4; Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Reading. College GEORGE C. YOUNIS " Parsley " 30 Upton St., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Merchant Marine; Hobby, Sports. Business VINCENT L. YSEBAERT " Vin " 60 Wyman St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Jamaica Plain Record, Literary Editor, 4; Music Appreciation, 4; Am- bition, Social Service; Hobby, Music. College TOUFIE S. ZARTHAR 40 W. Newton St., South End Rice, South F.nd Cadet Lieutenant, 4; French Club, Ambition Success; Hobby, Sports. Northeastern CHRISTIE W. ZERVAS " Winky " 97 W. Walnut Park, Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering; Hobby, Drawing. N ortheastern GEORGE S. ZION 46 Worcester St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Medicine; Hobby, Sports. College ANDREW T. ZONA " Andy " 261 Havre St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, Army Air Corps; Hobby, Avi- ation. U. S. Army 09 RICHARD F. AYLWARD " Dick " 1117 Saratoga St., E. Boston Blackington, E. Boston Track, 1, 2, 3 (E), 4; Ambition, Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy ROBERT N. BRUYNELL " Brownie " 155 L St., S. Boston Thomas N. Hart, S. Boston Ambition, Reporting; Hobby, Stamps. Business WALTER L. BYRNE " Burnsie " 487 Massachusetts Ave., South End South End Intermediate Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH J. CAMPO " Mexican " 22 Merrill St., Dorchester Michelangelo, North End Honor Roll, 2; Dance Com- mittee, 4; Athletic Captain; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business HARRY T. CARROLL " Haskel " 108 Fuller St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorchester Track, 3 (E); Ambition, Sales- manship; Hobby, Sports. Business School GOON L. CHIN " Richard " 23 Arundel St., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Current Events Club, 4; Record Staff; Math Club, 4; Ambition, Aeronatical Engineering; Hobby Reading. College FRANCIS X. COYNE " Rusty " 396 Centre St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Football Manager, 2, 3, 4; Ambition, Marine Corps; Hobby Stamps. U. S. Marines LAWRENCE C. FEINBERG " Larry " 606 Walk Hill St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Cadet Captain, 4; French Club, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Stamps. Business WILLIAM F. FYFFE " Bill " 426 Newbury St., Back Bay Daniel Webster, Montclair, N. J. Room Captain, 4; Ambition, Aeronautics; Hobby, Reading. Boston University HASSIB L. GEORGE " Harry " 58 Dwight St., South End Rice, South End Ambition, Success; Hobby — Sports. Travel PAUL J. GORMAN, JR. " Lefty " 204 Hampden St., Roxbury Edward Everett, Dorchester Ambition, Art; Hobby, Painting. Art School CARL R. HICKS " Dick " 19 Kearsarge Ave., Roxbury Dearborn, Roxbury Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps FRANCIS H. KANE 51 Brackett St., Brighton Our Lady of Presentation, Brighton Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM L. LEAHY " Bill " 122 Beacon St., Hyde Park St. Raphael ' s, Hyde Park Football, 3 (E), 4 (E); Am- bition, Physical Education; Hobby, Sports. Springfield College JOSEPH F. LEESHA " Joe " 118 Shawmut Ave., South End Abraham Lincoln, South Etid Cadet Lieutenant, 4; Ambition, U. S. Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. Flying School EDWARD A. LOYKO 8 Clarendon St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End French Club, 2; Rifle Team, 2; Ambition, Pharmacy; Hobby, Music. Travel CYRIL D. MACKEY " Cy " 2 Brown St., Roxbury Dwight, South End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business JACK G. MALONE 164 Huntington Ave., Back Bay U. S. Navy MARTIN MILLER " Blondy " 21 Wilcock St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mattapan Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Business SOLOMON NASH " Sol " 16 Havelock St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Aiattapan Ambition, Accounting; Hobby, Sports. Boston University EDWARD J. NEVIACKAS " Eddie " 161 I St., S. Boston U . S. Marines JOSEPH T. O ' CONNOR " Joe " 1053 Saratoga St., E. Boston St. Mary ' s, E.Boston Football, 4; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Navy JOSEPH A. PALAGYI " Shorty " 8 Sumner St., Dorchester MELVIN J. PEARLMAN " Kelly " 47 Glenway St., Dorchester William Blackstone, West End Ambition, U. S. Army, Air Corps; Hobby, Mechanics. U. S. Navy Yard ALBERT B. PERKINS " Al " 34 Fountain St., Roxbury, Dwight, South End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business GEORGE R. PHILLIPS " Georgie " 122 Brayton Rd., Brighton Thomas A. Edison, Brighton Ambition, Aeronautical Engin- eering; Hobby, Dancing, U. S. Marine Corps WILLIAM E. PIKE " Curlv " 198 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury U. S. Naiy MELVIN RICHMAN " Richy " 237 Chambers St., West End William Blackstone, West End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Radio. Business JOHN F. ROCHE " Jack " 5 McKone St., Neponset St. Ann ' s, Neponset lA ; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy LEO A. SCOLA " Lou " 218 North St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Sports. College LOUIS J. SCUTELLARO " Scuty " 14 Cooper St., North End Michelangelo, North End Room Councilor, 3; Ambition, U. S. Army; Hobby, Literature. College JOHN F. SHAMON " Jack " 18 Farquhar St., Roslindale Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Law; Hobby, Chemis- try. College ROBERT E. SHAMON " Legs " 18 Farquahar St., Roslindale Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps FRANK A. SIENCZYK 124 Boston St., Dorchester St. Mary ' s, S. Boston Ambition, Success; Hobby, Sports. Business THOMAS J. SULLIVAN " Sully " 36 Larch St., Brighton Our Lady of Presentation, Brighton Ambition, U. S. Navy; Hobby, Athletics. U. S. Navy ANTHONY J. TARZIA " Kid " 69 Chelsea St., E. Boston Donald Mc Kay, E. Boston Ambition, U. S. Air Corps; Hobby, Sports. Business MARTIN YANKAUSKAS JR. " Yank " 80 Hancock St., Dorchester Bigelow, S. Boston Track, 3; Ambition, Success; Hobby, Physiology. Business CHARLES J. ZANFANI 3 Salem PI., North End Michelangelo, North End French Club; Music Club. Boston University i 80 CLASS HISTORY By MELVIN J. COHEN, ' 42 C LOWLY and solemnly the long column of clean-cut, immaculately-clad young men made its way down the long-drawn aisle of Tremont Temple, Boston, on this memorable June evening in 1942, to the accompaniment of parental " Oh ' s " and " Ah ' s " . Solemn were the young men indeed; for deep within each lad was a feeling of heartfelt sorrow and regret. Each youth, soon to be awarded his diploma, realized that within a few moments his glorious years as a student of English High School were to come to an end; that the many hours of pleasure derived from the several academic and athletic activities at English High were to be no more. This deep solemnity was relieved by a common inspiring feeling of accomplishment and achievement. At last, the four years of prepara- tion and advancement were to be rewarded; from this day forth, each youth might proudly proclaim that he was a graduate fo Boston Eng- lish High School, Class of 1942. Gradually, the procession alters its form and the students take their seats as the cere- mony begins. One by one, the young men advance to the stage to receive that long-sought document, the high school diploma. But let us more thoroughly examine the minds and thoughts of these seemingly dazed and dreaming youths. There is a lad — there, the one with the misty eyes sitting at the end of his row. Let us peer into his mental panorama. " LAB " ASSISTANTS Left to Right: Robert V. Dandrow, John A. Cataldo, Joseph S. Carras. Louis F. Blanc, Charles E. Cinardo and Joseph F. Bonfiglio. Awaiting the announcement of his name John J. Doe, ' 42, quietly oblivious of his sur- roundings, unfolds in his mind ' s eye his four years at English High School. His whirling mind goes back to a warm, sunny September morning in 1938. His heart is all aflutter as he timidly enters the noble portals of a towered edifice on Montgomery Street, Boston . . .This is his first day at Eng- lish High School. What was the secret of the mysterious maze of long, winding corridors? What was the solution to the puzzling crypto- graph. which supposedly contained the program of studies? These were but a few of the ques- tions John J. Doe distinctly remembers to have asked himself on that eventful day. Indeed, he must have eaten at least three lunches that September morning in the crowded but elabor- ately-equipped and tidily kept cafeteria. In his first year, he recalls, he was intro- duced to the school magazine, the Record, to the many club activities, and, of course, to the " spucky. " In his Freshman year also, he wit- nessed his first English-Latin game and for the first time became inbued with the unsurpassable English High spirit. His Freshman year saw the virtues of our headmaster, Mr. Walter F. Downey rewarded, as Governor Saltonstall appointed him State Commissioner of Education. Albert F. Reed, head of the Latin department, replaced Mr. Downey as headmaster. His Freshman year saw Major Driscoll, our drill instructor, raised to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. All in all, his Freshman year was one of preparation and development to mold John J. Doe into a Senior of whom English High might one day be proud. The next fall, our dazed hero recalls, he proudly reentered school as a Sophomore. The rolled-up pant legs and brilliantly colored socks, characteristic of the Sophomore, were now his heritage. No longer were the long conidors and program cards a mystery to him. No longer was he scoffed at and lightedly addressed as " Freshman. " Drill he had already mastered, and his military powers he had displayed in Prize Drill and the Annual Street Parade. By now ho was well aware of tho suporiority of Englisli High in the several activities — foot- ball, traek, hockey, debating, etc. — as English High was proclaimed City Champions of Foot- ball despite a 0 — 0 tie at the hand of Boston Latin. The Sophomore year brought him one step nearer the coveted goal, graduation. In September 1940, John J. Doe again resumed his high school course, now as a Junior. How proud he was when he took possession of his new locker — this time on the south side ! Despite a 19 — 13 defeat at the hands of P. L. S. at the beginning of the year, our praise- worthy Blue and Blue football squad turned in a glorious record. A deep melancholy entombed the entire school, both teachers and pupils, when news arrived of the death of Walter I. Chapman, head of the Spanish department. The Class of 1942 felt for the first time a sense of importance and responsibility as the time for the Junior elections arose. To repre- sent the class were chose Robert A. Booth as president, Thomas F. Kelley as vice-president, James P. Kelly as secretary-treasurer, Albert Chin and Robert V. Dandrow as executive committee. His Junior year saw English High School achieve great honor as the Record was awarded a first prize by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association of Columbia University, New York City, in competition with schools throughout the nation. John J. Doe then realized he was becoming a man, already making definite plans for the future, following graduation. A proud grin spreads over the face of our hero as he recalls the day in the fall of 1941 when he first entered the school as a Senior. How distant seemed those days when he was a Freshman; now he was a man, a full pledged Senior! With due deliberation and sense of authority, he, together with the rest of the Class of 1942, chose their class officers: Robert V. Dandrow, president; Charles J. O ' Malley, vice-president; James P. Kelley, secretary- treasurer; Salvatore J. Pantano, and Francis L. X. Regan, executive committee. A better set of men could not be had. On February 6, 1942 the Class of ' 42 under- took its first social engagement, The Blue and PICTURE COMMITTEE Left to Right: Vincent E. Chiocetti, Robert G. Fitzgerald, Robert B. Hanson, Loui F. Blanc and Albert H. Chin. Blue Midwinter Prom, held at the Sheraton Hotel. The encouraging success of this first afTair practically guaranteed the future of the next social event. Again the school was saddened with the passing of Thomas H. McMahan, formerly of the French department. The superiority of English High, John J. Doe proudly recalls, again come to light when the Blue and Blue hockey team was crowned city champs of 1942. For the second consecu- tive time the English High Record won a first prize in the Columbia Scholastic Press Associa- tion competition at Columbia University. Warmer days approached, and with the arrival of summer came the last street parade. Follow- ing this, the farewell prom ended the year in a blaze of glory. At last, after years of preparation and striv- ing, graduation night has been reached; and yet — yet, he feels as if he cannot leave. A sharp poke in the ribs jolts John J. Doe from his reminiscences. His name has been called and he now proceeds to receive his diploma from the hands of the headmaster, Albert F. Reed. As he climbs to the stage, he is aware of the cherishing, admiring eyes of his self-sacrificing parents fastened intently on their son. Proudly he returns to his seat overcome by a great consciousness of achievement. His coveted goal has been attained ; he is a graduate of Boston Enghsh High School, Cla.ss of 1942. {85 } Cruising the Corridors " VT ' SEBAERT having thrown a typewriter at mc, I made a iiurried exit from the Record office on a sunshiny May afternoon. Old Sol was shining brightly but the corridors were as gloomy as ever, since the windows were as dirty as usual. ... I sailed right past the stenography rooms (typewriting and shorthand) pausing only to hear Mr. Bryant laying down the law to Carl Weber. Down past the key room and up to the second floor south side corridor, I steamed. Bookkeeping classes seemed to have been in session for Mr. Bowler ' s face was red! ! ! . . . Down on the first floor, the Math Club was meeting and Blanc and Cohen, my Record colleagues, had exchanged the typewriter for sextants and sundials, no less; and Paul Donovan, also of Record notoriety, hastened to inform me that never before in his life had he seen so much activitity within the confines of four walls. ... In the first floor cross corridor, I was amazed to find O ' Brien and Regan actually playing checkers on the black and white marble floor that has come to be synonymous with our Alma Mater. Taking a peek in the office, I saw: — Chin busily engaged in looking up program cards for a fat little man with glasses; several Freshmen gazing with awe at the efficient operator of the switchboard; and way off in a corner, Joe Doyle was waiting to see Mr. Reed for the purpose of obtaining his C. P. blank. In the library, Miss Kelly was serving as a collective noun for the Polits et al. . . . Back again to the north side and down by the Drill Hall. Prize Drill was over and the newly elevated (not B. E. Ry.) officers were boastfully and proudly sticking out their chests. Peterson was drilling his little darlings at the top of his voice and Lieutenant Hennessy was looking on in mute approval. . . . Finn was on patrol, but I went patrolling on! (Pretty good, eh?) . . . Down in the cafeteria, Swartz was entering a complaint of grand larceny against the W. E. I. U. (the lassies who serve you your victuals). It seems that Max bought a penny (one cent) box of peanuts for lunch. By actual count he had received only 42 j peanuts when he should have received 43. Oh, well, as Miller says, it takes all sorts to make a world, and to make an E. H. S. . . . I took the elevator up to the second floor. What? You don ' t know where the elevator is? Well, neither do I, but let ' s pretend we do — for posterity ' s sake! ! ! . . . Just as I was passing the physics labora- tory, the air raid warning rang and Mr. Frazier and his host of genial yes-men (with apologies for the plagiarism to Orel) were forced to terminate their conclave as the entire student enrollment of over 3000 returned to their home rooms (in perfect silence!) . . . Down by 202. Norman and Hilton braved the danger of flying glass to take a gander at the beautifvd Oldsmobile (and its beauti- ful driver — feminine) which had just parked across the street. After sitting on the cold checkerboard for a while, we heard the all clear and I was free to continue on my spontaneous and unrehearsed tour of the Montgomery Chambers. . . . Up on the third floor, the din was terriffic, for Mr. Burke was trying (in vain) to transform noise into music at the same time that Wooldridge (the semi-mad chemist) was performing the experiment purporting to show the effect of heat on nitrates. Roy thought the experiment could aptly be named Effect of heat on nitrates on test tubes. . . . and Booth was generating H2S by the action of HCl on FeS, much to the distress of his fellows . . . while Mr. Card slashed his way through equations muttering; " Indicated here, used up there. " . . . Now to see what goes on down in the basement. On the way I saw Fred Donaldson putting the touch on Carver for fifty cents. . . . Joe Di Stasio putting the finishing touches on Senior Scenes . . . and Perch jotting down notes in that overworked notebook of his. . . . Down in the cellar, we found the Record business office. Inside, a handful of ambitious looking young men were sitting around a table, like country farmers around the cracker barrel in the village store. . . . Time has flitted away, and our Senior year in high school has swiftly sped on its fleeting way. The time has come to part and say good bye. The future is here: the decisions we make now will in all probability affect our lives forever. To those who see fit to join the armed forces of our great nation, hats off! To those who enter war industries, do your job well! To those who continue their education at higher institutions, let no impediment deter you! . . . The Class of ' 42 is indeed the best class ever to be graduated! Let us resolve that it will never be other than loyal and true to its Alma Mater and that the actions of its members will ever reflect the glory of English High School! Pardon me while I wipe a tear from my best Blue and Blue tie! Good luck, one and all! —J. J. W. 87 Ctass Wilt By VINCENT L. YSEBAERT, ' 42 ' HE seniors of English High School in this year of nineteen hundred and forty-two, do herewith offer this, their last will and testa- ment. The divisions of the will will be according to accepted procedure, but the measure will be blank verse. TO THE FACULTY A farewell clasp to each and every of The teachers of this ancient, noble school, And then the fondest vote of sincere thanks That we can give for all their faithful help. To Mr. Reed we leave the gratitude That he has won in guiding us ahead ; To Mr. Kane and Mr. Heffernan We leave remembrance of our super staff And wishes that once more our book may win. To Mr. Eccles, everything that he Has given as homelessons to his boys. And that, indeed, is quite a weighty gift. To Mr. Bryant, actor Philip Welsh Will leave a derby — new, and shining bright; To Mr. Goldthwaite we will leave a book Of schoolboj boners, and of poetry. To Mr. Ford we leave a violin That he may better show his bowing skill ; To Mr. Powers, our own Polit Twins Leave several records of his favorite swing. To Mr. Phelps we leave sincerest hopes That sympathy may stay his fairest virtue. TO THE JUNIORS To all the Juniors, this, the senior class Leave their position of supreme command Of all the social docti ' ines of the school. To Laffey, Ysebaert leaves his wildest tie, And then to Kilgoar, Carver leaves the best Of make-up, and a pair of metal taps. To Scanlon, Dandrow leaves with all his heart Best wishes for pohtical success, And to Orel, John Walsh leaves of the best Of editorials that he can write. TO THE SOPHOMORES We leave the post of Juniors with the hope That they will make the most of this fine gift. To Briggs and Gumming, Joe DiStasio leaves His wishes for their Record art success. To Toy, Steve Donaldson will proudly leave His tales of fish from Nova Scotia land. TO THE SCHOOL Paul Donovan leaves to the Record staff His numerous and lofty manuscripts. While Swartz will leave his autographed, worn sling. To all who have the courage to accept Our Dutchy Ward will leave his super (?) wit. Roy Wooldridge will donate to future staffs ?Iis writeups of our brilliant sports events. And G. Katz leaves a lecture to the school On how to use cosmetics; how to buy them, While Booth will leave his picture — quite enough! Busharis leaves to all our radio fans A worn out tube and then a coil of wire, While Zervas leaves a tire, new and good, And Siegel leaves an argument or two. Sir Charlie Goetz will leave a trumpet call, And Norman Walsh, with pen in hand, just leaves. {88 } zoo ' .fcauee co.S-nle bo oo 3 eo - and your first Yit. , facu: . ? ,,p tYLis ati on Class Prophecy By NORMAN J. WALSH, ' 42 and FREDERICK S. DONALDSON, ' 42 npHE big (lay, June 11, 1967 to bo more exact, had finally arrived. This was the reunion of the foremost class ever to be graduated from Elngish High, the class of ' 42 of course. I had received the letter of invitation ay hungrily as if it were a pay envelope. At last I would really go and see whether Bob Carr was bald and gray, and whether Rogers was as handsome (?) as ever. As I arrived at the entrance of the banquet hall the sight of some six hundred grizzeled ancients screeching into the ear trumpets of those next to them, filled my soul with longing for the old days. Kelly, the secretary-treasurer of the class, was taking tickets as I came in, and picking pockets for alumni dues. Berg, the living example of what art does for the inner man, was aloft in one of the chandeliers — to get away from it all. He had his dinner brought up by dumb waiter, (Caras). Going over to the tables, Bill Donahue, who was polishing his glass eye, gave me a toothi(less) grin as Mel Cohen removed the Chippendale on which I was in the act of piling my bones. Biondo on my right, began to compare past histories with me. When it was mentioned that he had a family with four daughters he agreed but said with a sorrowful sigh that they didn ' t live at home; they weren ' t married yet! As the gossip continued I learned that William Collins, em- barking on a journalistic career, had become editor of Boston ' s widest circulating newspaper, largely through the enthusiastic efforts of Mr. Heffernan, literary advisor of the Recotid, who was quite overcome with Bill ' s literary attempts. drill ' hall Golden, the boy who lugged more learned volumes about than anyone else through the halls of Montgomery Manor holds a professor- ship at M. L T. where he is still trying to locate the secret formula for pink hydrogen. Phil Welsh, unanimously voted " charm boy " of E. H. S., having become president of a broad- casting company, delights in doing the announc- ing himself. His specialty is imitating Barry- more while advertising. " Stickum, S-T-I-C-K-U-M glue, you stick to it and it sticks to you! " At this point in the conversation, Bacigalupo ambled up to inspect the spucky au jus under glass that he might be certain that it contained no preservative other than the legalized sjmthetic rubber. The entertainers got up steam with those eminent treaders of the " boards, " Bernie and Harry (when you call me that, smile) Polit, better known as the Polit Bros., who gave a short (?) rendition of opera, ballet, modern drama, and indoor tennis. Dave Burns, who, everyone says, won World War II is on the President ' s Foreign Affairs Advisory Board where he donates doubtful dope to diplomats. Amara, rattling his loose upper which never did fit him, told that since the beginning of the war, and the rationing of sugar (World War IV) William Collins and Vincent Chiocetti had be- come unusually good patrons of all the better night spots. When they were asked about it they said that Collins engages the waiter in conversation while " Chic " cleans out the sugar bowl. However, thej had become quite public spirited and as they went about the banquet room, they cautioned everyone to use the prec- ious little lumps for only a ten second dip! Dandrow and Booth were still in politics. I learned that at present they were engaged in the bloodiest knock-down drag-out political fracas ever witnessed by the naked eye. In the educational field is Louis Blanc, re- knowned for his success as a naturalist and a teacher of Botany. For his latest brain-child he received the NobuU Prize. He crossed cocoa and nuts and arrived at coconuts. While Blanc was comparing notes on old classmates v ith me, ho moiitionod that Mrs. Bob Hanson carried a locket with a lock of her husband ' s hair in it. I told him that Hanson was alive. He agreed but said that his hair was gone. As the jovial mood of the gathering reached its peak, Laham, who had waited to make an imposing entrance, appeared. Now known as Laham, he has been named Poet Laureate of Chelsea for his soulful interpretation of " Ode to a Lavender-eyed Toad " and " That Duck May Be Somebody ' s Mother. " The time was getting late, we were all up past our bedtime, and even though no more Carter ' s Little Liver Pills were to be had, the party continued. John J. Walsh enters, still as short as ever but just as wide as he is tall, with his six foot son who is now a Senior at English High. He sits in a corner surrounded by great piles of paper, memories of the Record office. The two Waggetts arrive assisting each other to a seat near the table, Fred A. has slowed up a bit due to weight. J. M. Sullivan is collecting tickets at the door, but stops when he sees the Sullivan regiment file in. Donaldson holds Ysebaert ' s cane while Vin- cent, who is still a poet, reads aloud one of his creations, composed just for the occasion. Goetz sounds the mess call on his trumpet and the stampede is on. The aroma of food floats throughout the banquet hall. A commotion outside ceases as the door opens and in rushes Carpenter Kearns who is still running interference for Professor O ' Malley. " Dutchy " Ward, Jr. enters; he is now teaching Latin at Girls ' High. The class officers President Dandrow, O ' Mal- ley and Kelly deliver their long prepared speeches, but they cannot be heard above the gnashing of teeth, the crunching of spuckies, and the creaking of aged bodies. A telegram from Erwin Small arrives saying that he cannot come as he has to sit up with a sick horse. Fifield enters a little late dressed in his cape and mortar cap. Jumper then does a tap dance on a tea table. Curran enters carrying a rack of test tubes, muttering in French, and blowing H2S around the room. Amara tries to build a bridge of chairs across the room to prove his theories. Paul Donovan enters with a manuscript for ASSEMBLY HALL the ' 42 Record; little late but worth waiting for, he says. The smoke of combat clears; a few struggling bodies can be seen on the floor, on the table and below it. Swartz enters and cleans the room of the bodies, but only those with money in their pockets; he is still a treasurer at heart. Lawyer Peterson asks that we adjourn to the next room so that we can smoke, tell stories, and swap jokes; the salesmen of the class come in handy here. DiStasio, the artist sketches pictures on the walls of the smoking room, as Vin Stasio the restaurant owner invites us all down for a spaghetti dinner. Pantano, the master of ceremonies, arises and sets the world on fire with his speech. King, who is now a general, tells about the value of setting up drill in the schools. Mike Roche enters wearing a green hunting suit and bearing a dead deer on his shoulder; we have those long promised antlers at last. Carven, selling Pontiacs, passes out his business cards. Wallace Collins, still the fashion king, is now the manager of a market. Larry Sullivan still has that picture of V. S. in his wallet. Cashman is now manager of a vegetable stand in the First National, while his friend Casey has a job as a night watchman which permits him to sleep just as he did in M42. Ricupero is carrying the Torch of Chem- istry for Mr. Card. Paul is now married and he has a Student Council of his own. The clock strikes ten-thirty, the time for the aged and the henpecked to start for home. The guests are being wheeled, carried, and other- wise led out. Thus closes another reunion. {91 } BENIDR.SCENES WiHtAn OPOH " 45 ' CLASS «IFT By NORMAN J. WALSH, ' 42 npHK sift of the Class of 1942 is both timely and useful, and will stand as a moiuimeiit for years to come. The Class of 1942 has donated to the school two f af s, the flag of the United States and the flag of the State of Massachu- s( tts. They are to be placed upon th( Assembly Hall platform for the future use of all boys oi ' English High School. The Class is to be congratulat( d on its grand choice, for the flags will do much to enhance the appearance of the auditorium and to strengthen the patriotic ardor of our student body. CLASS SONG ODE TO E. H. S. By MANUEL YA CKOLOW, ' 42 For " blue and blue, " our banner true, For valor and for fame. We ' ll ever fight; with all our might To glorify thy name. Oh English High, our English High, May blessings shower on thee And may thy name for e ' er remain Held high, eternally. {93 } Organized on the basis of connnon interests mediums for see ring speakers and educators, clubs thrive among the undergraduates of our school. Boys of English High School pursue their academic studies outside of class and develop their individual talent in the company of fellow students. Faculty advisers lend extra-class assistance to groups of individuals who join in the end- less search for knowledge. Frnnl Row: Melvin J. Cohen, ' 42, ' 42, Mr. Kane, Faculty Adviser, John J. Walsh, ' 42, Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Heffernan, Literary Adviser, Vin- cent L. Ysebaert, ' 42. Buck Row: Robert . . Booth, ' 42, Paul M. Donovan, ' 42, Frederick S. Donaldson, ' 42, Joseph DiStasio, ' 42, and Roy Wooldridge, ' 42. RECORDERS Literary Editors Melvin J. Cohen ' 42 Vincent L. Ysebaert ' 42 Contributing Editors Norman J. Walsh ' 42 Robert A. Booth ' 42 Paul M. Donovan ' 42 Louis F. Blanc ' 42 Harold Orel ' 43 Frederick Donaldson ' 42 William E. Collins ' 42 Reporters Roy Wooldridge ' 42 Benjamin L. Toy ' 44 William Kenney ' 42 EDITOR-i:V-CHIEF JOHN J. WALSH, ' 42 Photography Albert Chin ' 42 Art Joseph Distasio ' 42 Nelson Briggs ' 44 William Odom ' 43 Business Manager Francis L. X. Regan ' 42 Charles Kenney, Asst. ' 43 CIroulatlon Manager Richard G. O ' Brien ' 42 Francis Amirault, Asst. ' 43 Advertising Robert E. Varnerin, Mgr. ' 43 Goon Lee Chin ' 42 Sumner H. Franklin ' 43 Albert Goodman ' 42 Edward Hymoff ' 42 Faculty Advisers Mr. Kane, Executive Mr. Heffernan, Literary Mr. Sullivan, Business Mr. J. Keelon, 5M« ' nM5 COMBINED COMMITTEES H ] ] combined committees of the Class of 1942 have added greatly to the success of class events by their efficiency and cooperation. Working qviietly and steadily, they have accomplished much that is unknown to most Seniors. Without the help of these groups the class officei-s would not have been able to shoulder the responsibilities of planning the class program which contributed so much to the value and to the pleasure of our final year of high school life. Best known of these groups was the Prom Committee which arranged the social events of the year. Most energetic was the Picture Committee whose members were untiring in their efforts to bring to the attention of each member of the class the advantages of being photographed for the Year Book. Most harmonious was the Song Committee whose music loving members selected the Class Song. Gentlemen of the C ' ombincd Committees, we salute you for work well done. trout Row: Daniel LoRusso, Paul M. Donovan, Robert V. Dandrovv, Mr. Krazier, Frank Saeco, Edward F. Cashman and Tlioinas Carey. Second Row: George L. Yick, Eugene E. Bossi, Manuel Yackolovv, Edward C. Rogers, Robert J. Murphy, Max. M. Swartz and Gerard J. Hardi- man. Back Row: Vincent E. Cliioclietti, Robert A. Booth, Robert G. Fitzgerald, Louis F. Blanc, Robert B. Hanson and . Ibert H. Chin. Front Row: Vincent E. Chiochett, Edwin A. Paul, Mr. Frazier, Robert A, Booth and Peter A. Lalooses. Second Row: John H. Moloney, Robert F. Fitzpatrick, Arthur Nouss, Thomas L. Woodman, and Paul J. Carey. Back Row: Dace J. Moore, John Harvey, Robert E. Varnerin, John V. Dow and John J. Cronin. STrDE! T corxciL ' " J " ' HE Student Council of English High School has long been noted as an outstanding body. Under Mr. Frazier, this organization endeavors to bring about a closer relationship between teachers and pupils in those undertakings which require this dual cooperation. The Student Council cooperates by distributing honor roll buttons and by discussing various school problems which come to its attention and by smoothing out the rough roads of school life. Its sixteen members, four from each class, are elected to this coveted group after qualifying on school record, ability, progressiveness, and school spirit. To this organization we owe a vote of thanks for the wonderful work it has done in the past school year. Let us hope that all English High School Student Councils in the future will function with similar efficiency. 08 } MATHEMATICS CLUB npHE oldest and undoubtedly one of the finest organizations in English High School is the Math Club. Under the capable direction of Mr. Lundin, the club meets in Room 104 on the first and third Tuesday, before school. The club is essentially composed of seniors whose record in mathematics supposedly suggests an above-average knowledge and affinity for math. The subject matter undertaken by the organization represents problems in navigation and the like bearing directly on practical mathematics. Also in parliamentary procedure, the meetings afford opportunity not only for the achievements of wider knowledge, but also for practice in public speaking. Each meeting a different member of the club, having been assigned a definite subject, delivers an illustrated lecture before his fellow members. Following the lecture, all members take part in an informal discussion of the topic in question. In field work, the membership is concerned with the use and proof of the sextant, the vernier transit, the determination of latitude, the stadimeter, etc. Several of these subjects require the construction of a model and so, opportunity for still greater research is afforded. Front Row: Melvin Cohen, George Katz, Philip Perch, Philip R. Dodge, Spencer Rochefort, Jack Entis, and Rosario Amara. Second Row: George Narinian, Vincent Chiocetti, Charles Stukas, Joseph S. Caras, Herbert Freedman, Walter O ' Connell, Stratis Stratis, and Al Goodman. Third Row: Robert A. Kassels, John Cataldo, Louis Blanc, Edward Crowley, Harry Rowen, Norman Golden, Charles Cinardo and Carl R. Hurtig. Fourth Row: E. Lundin, Ralph Goodwin, Kenneth L. Ellis, Bertram Lipman and John Ward. Front Row: Edward Hymoff, Sumner H. Franklin, Robert E. Varnerin, Francis L. Regan, Richard T. O ' Brien, Francis R. Amirault and Joseph C. O ' Brien. Second Row: Frederick J. Crosby, William C. McMahan, Albert A. Goodman, Edwin C. Paul, James M. Sweeney and William F. Ahern Back Row: Joseph I.oughnane, Gene Taylor, William R. Hall and William H. Ahern. RECORD RIJSIiVESS STAFF T T NDER the guiding hand of Mr. Sulhvan and Mr. John Keelon, the Record business staff daily performs its essential duties. This energetic group is indeed inseparable from the success of the Record. They sell and circulate the magazine, handle the business mattei ' s, deal with the publicity for the magazine, and procure advertisements. A position on the Record staf¥ extends to a pupil opportunitj for practice in business and advertising. For a pupil taking a commercial course, this is a most appealing offer, for here he can put into practical use what he has learned in the classroom. Here he has the opportunity of gaining useful experience while at the same time aiding his school magazine and receiving credit for an extra-curricular activity. { 100 } ORCHESTRA ' j IIE English nigh School Orchestra, which is now completing its fifty-fourth year of activity is unique in many ways, notably in the fact that in its many years of existence it has had but four conductors: Mr. James Beatty, Mr. Arthur Joy, Mr. Leroy Rand, and Mr. Trongone, the present conductor. There is no doubt that this leadership has played an important part in the success and efficiency of the orchestra. All students, with some knowledge of music, are eligible to be members of this orchestra, but they should have some previous experience. Although very few boys who enter this organization have had previous group training, they move very fast in the unit once the foundation is la ' .d. This orchestra, as many know, has been the nursery of many musicians who are now prominent locally or nationally. The orchestra plays at the principal school assemblies throughout the year. In addition, it makes several public appearances which include the graduation exercises at Tremont Temjjle, the Governor ' s Banquet, and the Washington Birthday Concert which has been given annually at the Old South Meeting House since 1808. Front Row: (Left to right) : Mr. Joseph A. Trongone, Edward M. Dunn, Eugene P. Grudzinsky, Bernard L. Krasow, Salvatore Taschetta, William N.- Norton, John McCue, Robert Sprenger, Charles V. Handy, Henry C. Malagodi, and Lorenzo N. Halsing. Back Row: Vincent I. Ipa nolo, Charles J. Zanfani, (ieorge Condon, Richard A. Thompson, Joseph Ixjughnane, Eugene M. Zwaryck, and John Amirault. Third Row: Augustine Donovan, Frederick S. Stearns, James P. Kelly, Joseph Pascisoia, Robert Grealy, Rence J. Dumaine and William Odom. Second Row: Wildred Lefkovich, Nicholas Karthas, Edward J. Sullivan, Peter Lalooses, Robert Kuppins, John O ' Brien, Joseph J. Vitale, Gerald S. Brickman, Sidney Green and Lawrence C. Fineberg. Front Row: John J. Walsh, Frederick S. Donaldson, Max M. Swartz, Mr. Shea, Norman J. Walsh, Robert F. Curran and Walter D. Carver. FRENCH CLUB The main purpose of " Le Cercle Frangisa " is to provide the members a study of the poUtical, economic, and cul- tural perspectives of the life of the French people, and also a more thorough understanding of the language itself than the classroom curriculum can give. To farther the compre- hension of spoken French, the meetings are conducted in that language only. This year this group has made a special study of the drama. Short plays, presented by members, have given excellent training in diction and have increa.sed apprecia- tion of French character and customs. Mr. Paul Shea is faculty director. SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS Noteworthy service is rendered to the school by the student telephone operators who give up their study periods to this important function. Through this work boys gain valuable experience on the switchboard and learn the techniques of the competent operator. Mr. Hayes, in- structor in Oral Expression, trains and assigns all boys for this service. Back Row: John Couris, John Maloney, Mason Campbell, Robert T. Gilbody, Walter Brown and Richard Aylward. Second Row: Paul Carlin, Angello Sardella, Thomas Scanlan, John Coulopoulos, Joseph Kenney, Nicholas Valeriani and Louis Arbeene. Front Row: Carlo A. Boschette, Robert Varnerin, Philip R. Dodge, Samuel Barres, Charles J. Stukas, Robert E. Ciriello and John Cooney. Back Row: Julian W. (iorodetzer, Robert E. Ciriello, Charles Cinardo, Robert Varnerin, Bernard G. Polit, Francis Amirault and Louis C. Arbeene. Second Row: Robert Lovezzola, Frederick T. McCarthy, Shepard Arkin, .Samuel Barres, Martin Bookspan, Peter Barra, Frederic Crosby and Paul W. Hassett. Front Row: Robert V. Dandrow, Nathan Levine, John L. McHugh, Miss Kelley, Harold J. Polit, Albert H. Chin and Jack N. Entis. THE LIBRARY CORPS The excellent service extended to the student body by the Library Corps has contributed substantially to the efficiency and worth of our school library. This group, capably trained in various phases of library work by Miss Kelly, has also earned the gratitude of the student body for cooperation in arranging and caring for the articles on display in the library show cases. All members of the Library Corps must be on the honor roll, must have a fine personality record, and must be recommended by a member of the faculty. CAMERA CLUB The members of the Camera Club hold meetings twice a month under the supervision of Mr. Clark. To stimulate interest, contests are held from time to time, and a varied collection of worthwhile pictures are shown. The club has capitalized on its opportunities in pictorial Boston, ad- mittedlv a lensman ' s paradise. During their frequent field trips, tne members take many memorable scenes which they have contributed to pubhc exhibitions. Back Row: Stanley Rice, Alvan Tulchinsky, Edward G. Murph.y, Robert Kassels, William E. Collins and Wahe A. Kasparian. Second Row: Richard Zanetti, Howard Chauncy, Horace G. Ruiz Philip R. Dodge, William Cohen, Donald F. Berlo and Alfred A Vitale. Front Row: Wilfred Lefkovich, George L. Yick, John F. Cook, Mr. Clark, . lbert H. Chin, Edgar Lee and Leroy V. Calish. 1 ,1 BacJ: floic: Robert D. Kassels, John H. Ward and Robert Somner Second How: William Odoni, Robert C. Bliclter, Alan Mintz and Nicholas Karthas. Froiil Row: Francis X. Blackwell, Melvin Small, Marvin Lewis, Robert Singer, Robert Levins and Alfred Levy. STAMP CLUB The Stamp Club, with Mr. Richards as its supervisor is made up of many enthusiasts in the field of philately, or stamp-collecting. The memljers meet once a week after school to buj ' , sell or to exchange the stamps that they have accimiulated during the previous week. Thus many a pleasant hour is spent in examining and exchang- ing the small perforated polygons which are passed around. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club, imder the direction of Mr. Burke, meets in the Assembly Hall. Here the boys are afforded the opportimity of acquiring a knowledge of popular and classical musical compositions. The entire club partici- pates in many events during the school year, particularly in our own Assembly Hall. On the night of April 9, 1942, the Glee Club presented its annual concert in the Assembly Hall to a capacity audience. In the future we hope to see many of its members carry on in the professional field as have so many former Glee Club members in the past. Back Row: Omer T. Willette, James L. Anderson, Robert D. Kassels, Vincent Stasio, Martin A. Hurt, Raymond A. MacCallum, and Linwood Jackson. Third Rmc: Jean Andrews, Samuel Levine, Lawrence High, John McClay, Donald L. Mission, Melvin D. Small and Stanle.v Alleyne. Second Row: Arthur Rogan, Eugene Grudzinzki, George L. Yick Frank M. Boutilier, James P. Kelly, Arthur F. Carven, Al Rosen, Joseph Mitchell and John Ingham. Front Row: Harr.v J. Fifield, Gerald Olson, Robert T. Gilbody, Edward C. Rogers, Robert Gildea, Robert J. Maier and Lionel Beane. Back Row: Vincent L. Ysebaert, Frederick L. Berg, Paul M. Donovan Daniel J. Finn, Harvey Rosen, Brace Laffey, Charles J. Zanfani Robert W. Kilgoar, Charles Bernier and Robert H. Sommer. Third Row: John J. Walsh. James L. Anderson, Walter D. Carver, Arthur Bahn, Alvin Schiff, Robert D. Kassels, Melvin Small and Allon Wolk. Second Row: Sumner H. Woodrow, Ernest Siegel, Laurence S. Wolk, John J. Buckley, Horace G. Ruiz, Jack N. Entis and Julian Gore- detzer. Front Row: Martin Bookspan, Norman J. Golden, Bernard G. Polit, Mr. Powers, Harold J. Polit, Claude F. Valle and Frederick S. Donaldson. MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB Although it is one of the newer clubs of English High School, the Music Appreciation Club has been one of the most popular. Under the direction of Mr. Powers, the club met every Thursday in the teacher ' s cafeteria. Meetings were very informal and most worthwhile. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB In times like these, the functions of the Current Events Club take on added significance. Once a week, under the direction of Mr. Macllroy, the members assemble and devote serious attention to various problems of a world at war. Back Row: Ovidio F. Angeliai, Eugene Bronstein, Max Swartz, Louis F. Blanc, Jack S. Barritt, Norman J. Golden, John H. Walsh, Joseph J. Vitale, Paul Heyman, John J. Buckley, Bertram Lipman and William Cohen. Fourth Row: Peter A. Stymfal, Charles Bernier, Andrew W. Pollock, Frederick S. Donaldson, Alfred M. Burns, Joseph P. Loughnane and Francis Blackwell. Third Row: William Odom, Ernest Siegel, Melvin D. Small, Robert D Kassels, Herbert Friedman, Leonard E. Katz, Donald W. West- water, Albert A. Goodman and Lawrence S. Wolk. Second Row: Sumner H. Woodrow, George Katz, Jack N. Entis, Man- uel Yackolow, Mr. Macllroy, Rosario C. Amara, Daniel J. Finn and Sapino C. DiSavino. Front Row: Nicholas D. Cotoulas, Robert P. Anderson, James W, Armstrong, Alvin I. Schiff and Julian W. Gorodetzer. Si I Our athletic teams have fared forth and contended successfully with the best competition in every field of sports endeavor. Blue indeed is the Monday that does not carry news of another Blue and Blue victory, be it in football, baseball, hockey, track, golf, basketball or tennis. Whatever one ' s sports skill is Coach Ohrenberger will find a medium for it. ' ' Sports for air ' is his motto. Front Row: Kasul)ian K., Leahy W., Sawaya J., O ' Malley C. {co-capt.), Kearns R. (ro-capt.). Murphy R.. Carven A,, Sullivan L. Second Row: Coach Ohrenberger, Rattet M., Beers G., O ' Donnell R., Norden E., Kelly A., Sullivan J., Gilbody R., Goldie J., Suiall E. (Mgr.) Third Row: Boutilier F., Ward J., Brown W., Kelley T., Sullivan J. D., Gilbert W., Foster G., Waggett F. L., Jumper R. Back Row: Thoroup E., Selados G., Calney W., Stack T., Waggett F. A., DriscoU F., Bossi P., Kirby R., Maloney J. S we look back over the 1942 campaign of our Double Blue gridsters, we see a hard fighting team led by the great co-captains O ' Malley and Kearns. Although the team didn ' t run up scores or a string of victories, it is equal to any E.H.S. team of the past in courage and sportsman- ship. The line-backing up of Larry Sullivan, the ball-toting of Rattet and Kasabian, the passing and kicking of O ' Malley, the sterling line play of Foley, Kearns, and Gilbody, and all the others cannot be overlooked. The teams we lost to were all big powerhouses. Trade won five games out of seven, B.C. High went undefeated, Groton, St. Marks, Dorchester, and Latin all had great seasons, losing only one or two games. The Trade, St. Marks, and B.C. High tilts were lost by small margins and a little luck could have easily reversed the decisions, while the other three had the decided edge in score and play. The climax of this season was our sole win, a 12 — 2 triumph over a lowly Mechanics team. Well, we ' ll close this year with that old battle cry " We ' ll get ' em next year. " FOOTBALL SQUAD, 1942 i 107 } Back Row: John H. Maloney, John F. Koen, Harry Silberman, William M. O ' Melia, Adam R. Caputo, John H. Ward, Jr. Second Row: Coach William H. Ohrenberger, John P. McMorrow, Paul F. Fraher, Joseph D. Sullivan, Robert T. Barry, John G. Jennings, Man- ager Tracy A. Dibble. Front Row: Joseph F. Rorke, John F. Maloney, Robert F. Fitzgerald, Captain Charles F. O ' Malley, Vincent D. Riordan, Paul H. Fernberg, James HE 1941-42 contingent of the English High School hockey team gave the school its first real taste of glory when it won the City Championship. The team scored thirteen goals over the whole season while only three were pushed by O ' Malley. In the first game, the team wasn ' t up to par and just barely squeezed by a rough Trade team by the score of 1 — 0. However, when the second game rolled around the boys had had some good practice and showed their ice-legs as they smashed Dorchester 2 — 0. Next came the powerful Mechanics Arts High sextet; English met them firmly. The Double Blue boys had developed power, and the winning streak continued to the tune of 2 — 0. Again the Montgomery boys hung up a victory; this time the victim was the weak but pesky Memorial team. The following game was with a medium Commerce team which pulled the surprise of the year by slapping a 3 — 1 defeat on our hard fighting puck-men. Despite this defeat, when the last game with Latin rolled around English was a leading contender for the championship. The English boys were so determined that they scored five goals; but only two of them were counted. The final score read 2 — 0. We can well be proud of the work of our great team, especially the brilliant playing of Captain O ' Malley who rung up five shut-outs and allowed only three goals all season. Among the other players we must commend the scoring w ork of Jake Maloney and Paul Fernberg and the defense plaj of Riordan and Barry. Thus we ring down the curtain on a successful season. W. Wagie. CITY CHAMPIOXS i 108 } REGIMENTAL CHAMPIONS ' T ' HE 1942 English High School Track batallion carried on the glorious traditions of the school as they captured the 34th annual Indoor Regimental Title for the second straight year. The team displa.yed plenty of courage and power as it went undefeated this campaign. The squad had too many big guns for the smaller schools like Dorchester, Trade, Commerce and Memorial as it ran scores into the two hundreds over them. However, Latin came up with a strong team and gave us our greatest battles. Twice the team proved its greatness as it hung two defeats on the Latin Boys and threw in a couple of victories on M. A. H. to boot. The greatest victory came on March 14 as the team annexed the Reggie title. Point for point the boys matched the Purple-clad lads in the earlier events, then pulled ahead and won in the thrilling dashes and relays. This year ' s squadron had many individual achievements. The outstanding features were Freddy Waggett ' s new record of 56.6 in the 440, Ellis ' new mark in the C high jump and also his equaling the hurdles mark. Others were Doherty, third in the D-220 and first in the broad jump; Sexton, second in the 176; Franklin, a first in the C dash; Farrell, second in the 440; Mitchell, second in the B hurdles; Walsh, second in the A-300 and Captain Bossi ' s great work in the A-600 all the year. Thus we close with a proud salute to a great team. Back Row — Frank D ' Amico, Roy H. Sutherland, Paul V. Bossi, Roland A. Conant, Roger .J. O ' Donnell, William M. (iilbcrt. Giles B. Powell Francis I. Hector, Roland F. Doherty, Robert I. Jumper. Third Row — William F. Franklin, Francis C. . dams, Paul F. Sexton, Wallace W. Calney, Abram O. King, John H. . ' Hearn, Nelson A Briggs, William A. Ferrara, Theodore A. Green, CJeorge H. Brewster, Samuel D. Coppelman. Second Row — Mr. Ohrenberger, Joseph S. Mitchell, Frank M. Boutilier, Vincent P. Stasio, Stanley J. Clifford, Roy C. Norden, Luke E. Manning, Arthur F. Carven, John F. Carley, Edward C. Rogers, Mgr. Front Row — John J. Farrell, Norman J. Walsh, Francis A. Cady, Eugene E. Bossi, Captain Frederick A. Waggett, Francis X. Murphy. Courtland H. Ellis. Third Rote: John R. Yurewicz, Giles B. Powell, Paul M. Brady, Francis T. Malioney, Thomas F. Duff, John J. F ' arrell, James G. Jennings Second Row: Coach W ' illiam ' Ohrenberger, William J. Brady, Wallace W. Calney, Gordon A. Roberts, Rodger J. O ' Donnell, James J. Earley, Francis J. Ragucci, Manager Charles J. Stukas Front Row: Matthew N. Keleher, John J. Maloney, Co-Captain Donald LaRosc, Co-Captain Frank W. Sacco, Charles O ' Malley, Joseph F. Rorke BASEBALL SQVAD TN order to bo able to ring the curtain down on a great and successful season, nothing could be more agreeable than to have a championship baseball team. This latter suggestion is very possible with the material already showing up at the initial practice sessions. Sometimes a team ' s ability to play can be judged by the veterans who are returning with one or two year ' s experience. If this is so, then we absolutely will have a great team for many stars are returning. Among the top letter-men are the able co-captains, Sacco and Stephens (LaRose). Both of these men are good pitchers with plenty on the ball and besides this either can play the out- field while the other pitches. Some other veterans are O ' Malley (yes, the same one) who is a top notch backstop; Jake Maloney, who is after a garden position; and the capable Early and Keleher. These are all the repeaters I can remember but that is plenty, for there remain but three positions to be filled. We can sum it all up easily by saying once again that the English High School will be well represented on the diamond. { no Left to Right: John Sullivan, William H. Stone, Mr. Maurice F. Murphy George J. Crowdes, Morton J. Greenberg and Ernest Siegel. TENNIS TEAM Again this year, as every year, the EngUsh High School Tennis Team will carry on its wai ' s. Although it is not a well-known group, it is one of the best and hardest-fighting of all the Double Blue teams. It will play out its hard and well planned schedule and we know it will carry on the strong spirit of the boys of E. H. S. Mr. Murphy, the faculty adviser, himself a veteran of intercollegiate competition, is the coach. Left to Right: John T. Driscoll, Charles J. Stiikiis and Max M. Swartz CHEERLEADERS The unsung heroes of this year ' s football season are the merry cheerleaders Stukas, Swartz, Stockdale and Dris- coll. These Ijoys never become famous but it is their cheerleading which puts the fight and courage in the team. Even in the losing cause, they led some hearty cheers and did a splendid job in bringing support to the hard pressed team. To them we give a loud salute, for they have earned it. Bill Stockdale, missing in this picture is in the Navy. RELAY TEAM The relay, which is the last event of a track meet, furnishes the greatest excitement, and often, the difference between defeat and victory rests on the shoulders of this quartet. This year ' s relay scored points in all meets in which it was entered, and gained singular prominence by defeating a fast quartet from Latin School at the Andover Interscholastic meet. This year ' s team was one of the most talented and most stalwart ever to wear the Blue and Blue of English High. The team, in the order in which they ran was Walsh, Waggett, Captain Bossi, and Ellis. Back Row: Eugene E. Bossi, Frederick A. Waggett. First Row: Court H. Ellis, Norman J. Walsh. ALL-STAR South of here is Charle Francis O ' Malley, who has contended with great distinction for the Blue and Blue on many fields of athletic endeavor. O ' Malley and hockey are practically sj ' nonymous at E. H. S. because, starting as a callow Freshman just out of St. William ' s School, Dorchester, he has scintillated for four years. His team- mates named him hockey captain this year and the Boston Herald named him All-Scholastic. In football he was co-captain; he played the backfield. In baseball he is a reliable filder and a timely hitter. He has earned eleven major E ' s in his four years at E. H. S. His classmates recognized his leadership by electing him vice-president of the Senior Class. Charles F. O ' Malley Prize drill and street parade! The climaxes of a year of drill for English High School cadets cli- maxes in which personal promotion and honor for the school were twin objectives ' . From his Freshman to his Senior year., each cadet is given an opportunity to advance through the ranks from buck private to colonel. This training., the im- portance of which is today revealed in unmistakable clarity., serves well the city., state., and nation, by pre- paring the boys of America for the defense of our country. STAFF OFFICERS Front Row: Frank Vaccaro, Stephen H. Grande, Donald W. Westwater, Alfred C, Perroti, Eugene P. Grudzinsky, Major Meanix, Jason M. Berkson, James M. Edmiston, Sidney Selicovitz, Lawrence Koerner and Julian W. Gorodetzer. Second Row: Louis DeAngelis, Charles H. Leighton, Joseph H. Bonfigilo, Herbert S. Goldberg, Joseph A. DiStasio, Americo L. Ferullo, Robert B. Hanson, William Cohen, Anthony Biagiotti, Murray J. Gart, Toufie Zarthar, Lawrence Feinberg and Albert Chin. Third Row: William E. Collins, Ralph Talanian, Walter D. Carver, Ralph Rossi, James Higgins, Robert Bishop, Charles M. Bernier, Carl Heit, William G. Cummings, Melvin Cohen and Anthony J. Tamoosh. Back Row: Andrew E. O ' Brien, Frank Bloom, Sydney L. Cores, John Busharis, William L, Donahue, Edward S. Krajewski, Charles Chivakos, Herbert Freedman, Joseph Loughnane, Donald Berlo, Marvin Lampert, Albert Goodman and Thomas Whalen. FIRST REGIMENT Firi t How: C. J. Pedian, Rosario C. Amara, Peter Stymfal, Foster J. DeCiacomo, Eugene Grudzinsky, J. J. Kelly, William Hall, Major Meaniz, Lawrence High, Kenneth Misner, George Senpis, Salvatore Taschetta, Murray Gart, Melvin Cohen and Julian Gorodetzer. Second Row: Strates Frangules, Charles Leighton, Jack Alberts, Donald Westwater, Charles Chivakos, Jacob Fink, Sidney Mitchell, Edward Rogers, Uziel Penn, . merico Ferullo, Hubert Goldberg, Walter Carver, Ralph Rossi and G. Yick. Third Roiv: George S. Zion, Meyer Press, Albert A. Goodman, John Busharis, . rnold F. Brodie, John T. Martell, Ralph Talanian, Andrew Louzan, Louis Blanc, Joseph D. Stasio, Anthony Biagiotti, William Cohen, Edward Chiten, Sydney Price and Lawrence Feinberg. Fourth Row: . nthony Tamoosh, Joseph J. Vitale, John Cataldo, William F. Collins, William G. Cummings, T. . dams, Donald Berlo, Edward Krajewski, Robert Hanson, James Kosmo, Patrick J. Leonard, Carl Heit, Stratis J. Stratis and Thomas Carey. Back Row: Thomas Whalen, Koerner Morris, Peter Lalooses, James F. Higgins, Joseph Loughnane, Ralph K. Goodwin, Frank Bloom, Wm. Donahoe, Herbert Freedman, Joseph Bon6glio, Robert Bishop, Murry Biernier, James Edmiston, Marvin Lampert and Sidney Cores. SECOND REGIMENT First Row: Robert O ' Connell, Walter J. Ustacli, Emilio Scapiccliio, Robert Summer, Ernest Siegel, Major Meanix, Eugene E. Bossi, Frank M. Boutilier, John H. Ward, Jr., William H. Stone, George Katz and Vincent E. J. Cliiocetti. Second How: Philips S. Perch, Alfred Perriotti, Stephen Grande, Frank A. Vaccaro, Joseph Panzica, Philip Dodge, William Aronson, John Beck, John Dionne, John Fitzgerald, Sidney Selicovitz, Ciriaco Gnerre and Sumner H. Woodrow. Third Row: Melvin Small, James M. Iraussi, Emilio Bosco, Henry Fettig, Carl Weber, Roy Peterson, Nicholas Migliozzi and William J. Kenney. Back Row: Michael Greco, Salvatore Biondo, Luigi De Angelis, George Bacigalupo, James Bates, Thomas Stack, Victor Symanski, Jason Berkson, Conrad Casto, Ralph Rossi, Joseph Rorke and Albert Chin. THIRD REGIMENT Front Row: Eugene Andrews, Albert Hanwell, Carl Hurtig, Alfred Eisenberg, Robert V. Dandrow, Major Meanix, Edward J. Regio, Daniel Silverstein, Nathan Goldman, Harvey Wolf and Giacomo C. DiSavino. Second Rou ' : Gerald Hardinan, John Nichols, Charles Stukas, David S. Dudelson, Leonard Katz, Laurence Rosendorf, Robert Hudson William Watts, John Cole and John P. McMorrow. Third Row: Dennis Ricupero, David Baker, Thomas P. Dalton, William Bannon, Gerald Barry, David S. Dragan, John Holt, Charles Cinardo, W ' alter Casey and Francis King. Back Row: Pasquale Caputo, Daniel LoRusso, Joseph Campo, Salvatore Biondo, George Bacigalupo, Kenneth Misner, Paul Heyman, Benjamin M. Caggiano, Harry Frangules, Herbert Aronson, Lawrence High and Melvin Cohen. FOURTH REGIMENT Front Rule: Kenneth Burnim, Pasquale R. Caputo, Daniel LoRusso, Francis L. Regan, Robert E. Singer, Major Meanix, Manuel Yackalow, William J. Bernard!, Herbert Aronson, Robert K. Peterson and John T. McNulty. Second Row: Joseph Norton, Joseph J. Campo, Henry A. Fenig, Alfred C. Perrotti, Max M. Swartz, Fortunato S. Chiccarelli, Irving Bobrick, Bernard Gunney, James Armstrong, Frederick J. Crosby and Ralph Jones. Third Row: Edward Cohen, Berni d G. Polit, Harold J. Polit, Benjamin M. Caggiano, Paul M. Heyman, Richard G. O ' Brien, Stephen C. Catsulis, Nathan Goldman, Samuel L. Barnes and Julian W. Corodetzer. Back Row: Walter D. Carver, Donald W. Westwater, Kenneth Misner, Kenneth Grossman, Jack Barritt, John Beaton, Bertram Lipman, Charles Chivakos, Andrew O ' Brien and John F. Sheehan. RAXD Front Row: Andrew F. Connell, George C. Smith, Joseph C. Mignosa, Kennith Ellis, Mr. Edward J. Connell, Samuel Lesogor, Sidney B. Tar- tarkin, and Albert J. Benedictus. Second Row: Richard M. Banks, Chester Cotolana, Leo Gray, Richard A. Clement, John S. Rochefort, Charles W. Goetz, John Sternick and Jos- eph Liebster. Third Row: Francis X. Moran, Marshall Sheer, Richard A. Albrecht, Donald H. Waugh, Leonard S. Heifitz, Shepard M. Arkin, Edward Kane and Joseph Cronin. Back Row: William Haddon, Davis Hamer, Gerald L. Olsen, William J. Shannon, George Cuptill, Neil P. Cronin, Zaven Vorperian, Kenneth (!. Elkins and Claude F. Valle. BUGLE AXD DRUM CORPS Front How: Paul Reddiok, Robert Jumper, James Griffin, William Neville, Frank Forte, Thomas Dalton, Robert Lutz, Daniel Fitzpatrick. Vincent Talbot and Joseph Robichaud. 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