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

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THE RECCRD for 1943 Harold Orel, '43 Eflllffll'-1. n-Wh fqf William H. Ahern, Jr., '43 flI'l'!'IllUf1A0lL .lIflIl,1lgf'l' William C. McMahan, '43 li1:.w1'r:f',w.v .ll 11 Il a gvr Martin F. Kane, Ed.M. Faculty Adviser My RECQRD I9-43 mf ENGLISH H ?' 000 '22 Bcms 'TCUJ N KA by CCQDNHDHTAADQ 2, 494, 51438300 EGIMINE X Q - -'rl'-Y .. 4"nff5'f.. 3 -333 I z cf' EW? , u. We: . 1' 1 Y vw, 21:15, Ms Shi - -ww.. . ,.w-51103 -!:'f.f..v:rw, vw w.gg:2'SEw- .V -w -4.-:-'Pia ' mAg,lm41 QW 1 U wav: f .-eg. vm V-M, , .., 'fwfr "f '- '15-Id 'N V "' "' -Qllizg, C' ' A 1 -. 12 We Vu N y 1 X I , 4 ,Vkfv Ti-411 4 5,-1 x,, W l I A-I Student THE ENGLISH P Il bl ish Url fi rc tz' nz cs -SFI' H E11 -xiii? -Y.51,2vm,: hi mul class nzzzflvr 9 P11 bl im tio ll HIGH SCHOOL a ymr. 1fIIf!'I'l'll ax NUM' 111 lzvr J, mas. 1 w- V. 'WP 55' 4 243 1.1 v L-Q M My,-'Q gf, my ,J .4 ,, swag sci gin E555 if gg' 935235 J -W 962122 X, My-'G "ff!f5,'fia,, ,, V ,v-'i k Y Asfkfggwfif Vzigi .4 ,pw ikiakiw uw 222132313-W 'V D. LEO DALEY, A.B., A.M. SIGNIFICANT administratoi' in the field of secondary education, an able delineatoi' of l1isto1'y's patterns for eager students, a bright figzgiin-, boy and man, in all branvlies of physi- c-zil vclllczltioii, and to the men of The English lligh School for almost two decades, a porson- ality ol' warmth and friendliness- We, the Class of 1943, do rc-spa-ctfully dedicate to you, son of Boston College, this, our Yearbook. ediwzfizfn HARRY EDGAR BRYANT, A.B. l HE years of a long life you have devoted to education. In the field of commercial subjects, as now organized, you were a pioneer. Over and beyond the call of your daily duties, you have given generously of your time and talents to the public Weal in the administration of a renowned school system of your adjoining city. As you step down from the desk in June, after thirty-six years in The English High School, We, the Class of 1943 salute you, son of Bowdoin College, and Wish you godspeed in your retirement. Appreczafzvu Mizz' grassy gzfrging . . . nielollie eehoingy even to our Jllflflzj' roonz fz'oor.v,- the flung Jpmy fifoin lhe eonlenlionf sem yielfls iff hriqf .fpfzn !l7'l1lfZ7.fl lhe ,vlriehen ship nnel fhe plnnzinefing plone. The hnelele fznrz' fhe fzoowz' nxnrp the ploee of fhe well-worn glove eino' fpoifling hill. EllllC!llZ'07l,.Y plneiel and all- noinfilfhing .vfifeeznz has heen eleiniineel and eheznnellezl of .fnsleiining peip lo oomeiony lVlniav . . . Ifs Weir. As Fifeeelonilv ehilflifen we .vniileh the lonee in f"7'66fl07'lZ,.Y flejfense! . . . Gentle peezee will eonie einel Free- rloni, reneweo' and siipreine, will he Jeenreel. Then, in more leisnrebf hours ann' happier finies shrill we hzzrlcen hizeh lo fhe golden hours fy' our o'1zy.v ol The English High Sehool. goreword Ce Set Within the divers . . . . of this hook the rnany and varied experi- enees of oar high sehool days under the eapped towers of the ancient edyiee on Montgonzeryf Street were indeed dijfealt. Bat to stay with lWeinory's hand the intangibles that hestrewed oar pathways here were well nigh iinpossihle as the look, the ooiee, the gesture, elude page and print. Yet, withal, do we try to eateh and to hold something fyf these dear days for 1Weniory's store, and so, as they pertain to Faealtv, Seniors, Activities, flthleties and Soldiery do we set thern down. Lfantents Tl GN 11' .vqurulrmz zrzkvs in ll1vSfm!l1 f'z11'11fi1'. hQRx 'ullllllll f ietory was not seen hy the etaxs of 1943, hat the rninhle of eannon in distant lands has had it5 hitter reverheration within Engtixh High itxehf Thefaenlties have had their handsfidl with unexpected and an-4 preeedented demands from a war- gearing America, and they have done their joh nohty, with earnest- ness, aeearaey, and eonsiderahle viing hat they have never onee for- gotten or negteeted their primary duty and trust: the edneation Q' youth. LT ...I - - - ,L . . A 1f...1W l"r1ml lfnzr: MI: D'AIII1-lin, Nlr. NIOIOIII-y, Mr. Ililllilll, NIV. C'z1I'cI, Hr. NICc'I'0llSkj', MI: R. ICVIIIIS, NIV. f'OI1I11-lly. NIV. Illlgfilll, MI: fvllllghlill, XII: Nlillcr, Mr. RI-C11 CIII-ml NIIIP-lIl'l'LJ. Sl'1'IHlll Town' Mr. Illltllllllll, Hr. l.I1II1IiiI, NIV. l'1-ttillgill, HI: LI-iglItOII, Mr. Rumi, Hr. Rovllv, Mr. SIIUCIIRIII, XII: Alm- Nlcf'III'llIy, Nlr. SIIIISIIRIH, XII: Sc-llcffv, Mr. IRIl'I'SIl'2l1I. Tllfrrl lfmr: Nlr. I'wI'1lZii'l', NIV. Gii'fOI'1l, Hr. SIIIIIII, XII: NYKIIJIIWEIIYI, XII: l"OI'1l, NIV. XVHINIXYCII, NIV. Hmxln-1'. XII: XII-C'11I'llIy, XII: IY1-Imlwr, HI: f1la1vIII, Mr. lgill'Ill'lA. I"0llI'HI lfmr: XII: KIIIIOIII-, Nlr. if NIIIFIJIIY, Mr, SIIIIIIIOIIS, XIII. Hvll, Mr. C'uIIII1-ll, HI: ll:1II1liII, XII:UIIIW-11114-I'g1-I', XII: XIII' ml XII 'l'I1IIiIll11 XII 'I' NIIVII XII Sllllix 111 'z'..'...-zu-,.'.. 'z. THE NSTRLICTOR T 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., LL.B. MARTIN F. KANE, A.M., Ed.M., LL.B. ALFRED B. KERSHAW, A.B., A.M. JOSEPH L. MALONE, Sc.B., Ed.M. Kon leaveb CHARLES E. MCCOOL, A.B., A.M. MAURICE F. MURPHY, A.B. GEORGE I. PETTINGILL, A.B. WILLIAM J. ROCHE, A.B. CLINTON c. SCHEFFY, A.B. ROBERT O. SIMMONS, A.B., Ed.M. HEAD MASTER HISTORY D. LEO DALEY, A.B., A.M. RICHARD E. BURTON, A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. KAHHYD 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. LATIN JOHN H. WARD, A.B., A.M. Casting! WILLIAM 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. CArmyJ 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., E1I.M., LL.B. CHARLES J. HAMLIN, A.B., A.M. MERRILL C. HILL, A.B., A.M. ALBERT MAGUIRE, A.B., Ed.M. JEREMIAH J. O'LEARY, JR., AB., Ed.M. FRIDOLF H. PETERSON, AB. EDWARD J. POWERS, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. FRANK A. REPETTO, Ph.B., EfI.M. PAUL M. SHEA, A.B., A.M. CArmyb EDWARD J. WALL, A.B., EfI.M. Ion Ieaveb EDWARD N. WILSON, SEB., Ed.M. From' Row: Mr. Dnloy, Mr. Jvarfl, Mr. Kenney, Hr. Heffernan, Hr. Kano, llr. Eccles, Mr. Powers, Mr. Adams, AIP. Alnguirc, Colonel Driscoll, Major BICIIIIIX. Szffonrl How: Mr. Uooling, Hr. Rivers, Mr. Mucllroy, Mr. Golclings, NIV. llamer, DIP. Sllupiro, Mr. lhxruloplh, Hr. J. KCI-lon, Hr. Hill, AIT. Pvucock, Hr. Donovan. Tlzirrl Roar: Mr. NYz1ll, Mr. Benson, AIT. Kershaw, AIT. Clark, Hr. Phelps, Alf. Shea, Hr. IIEIICII, Hr. Keelon AIT. Hur- lcy, NIV. YYilsOn, Nlr. Ric-lmrfls. Fnurfll Ifozr: Mr. Dc-vore, Hr. Repetfo, Mr. R. Atwood, AIP. Alcfllwlih, Mr. Hayes, Mr. A. Evans, DIY. Al. Murphy, All: I,Ca1I'y, Mr. Burton, Mr. Halloran, Mr. Dewari, Alr. B. Alcflalme. THE LASS OF MATHEMATICS CHARLES J. KEELON, Sc., Ed. M. HARRY C. BARBER, Sc.B., A.M., Ed.M. JAMES A. CAFFREY, Ph.B., Ed.M. QArmyJ 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 11. MURPHY, A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. WILLIAM H. OHRENBERGER, Ph.B., Ed.M. BARNET RUDMAN, A.B., Ed.M. JOHN D. SHORE, Sc.B., Ed.M. SCIENCE LOUIS R. WELCH, PEB., Ms., Ed.M. CARL ADAMS, B.s.E., M.S.A. LAURENCE R. ATWOOD, A.B. HAROLD I. BROWN, sc.B. JOHN H. CARD, sc.B. EVERETT J. FORD, A.B., sc.M. ELLIOTT P. FRAZIER Sc.B., Ed.M. HOLLIS D. HATCH A.B., Ed.M. E. STUART WOODWARD P11.B. Ed.M. COMMERCIAL DANIEL FOLEY, A.B. A.M., LLB. EDWARD F. BELL, Sc.B., A.M. JOHN E. BOWLER, B.B.A., M.B.A., E.d.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. I9-43 WILSON SNUSHALL, A.B. ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN, SMB., Ed.M. ANGELO TRANIELLO, B.B.A., M.B.A., Ed.M CHARLES A. WEBER, Sc.B. PHYSICAL EDUCATION LT. Col. JOSEPH MCK. DRISCOLL CArmyJ MAJOR WILLIAM H. MEANIX CArmyJ CAPTAIN THOMAS HENNESSEY Cactingb LIEUTENANT PELHAM CLEMENT factingj MASTERS EMERITI MALCOLM E. BARROWS LEON COLMAN PAUL KELLER FRED J. MILLER EDWIN C. RANDOLPH Tllz' student lmrly l'l'7lI!'IIlllI'l'l'IIff Ihr' lzunorrzl zlmrl Qf all IIYIFS, fl.S'XI'llIlll!' on HvlIl'I't'll Az'f'n11z'. istus Q' opportunity with ez neur- fuhulous dimension showed them- selves to seniors M '43, horizons thut were hoth wide und hright. Young, hut meinly just the sezme, they proved worthy Qf the faith their wurring government plueed in them hy topping the mark in everything. The world they go forth to meet is ulreudy old, hut they ure young,' there ure mezny prohlems, hut they will solve them. your Qezther yeught . . . ALBERT FRANKLIN REED, A. B., ED. M. Heftel Mezs'te1' . . . forthe ifleols of elenzoerezey. Their vietory soveu' those ieleezls. But while you were growing up, elevotion to ieleuls he- eezine less etrelent etnfl you rnustfoee eznel win ez elreuflful uno' totezl wur to rekindle thot elevotion. Of the ieleezls which ore essential to ez lasting peezee one is the spirit of tolereznee. This spirit you ull in sorne rneusure possess. ln this sehool, you lofls of diferent origins, of diferent tezlents, interests, unel ezttezinnzents, hezve leurneel to respeet the virtues of the other fellow, etnel not to ezttrihute his foults to et fluf- ferenee of rezee or ereefl. Your tolerunee inust ernhruee not only your huelflies in your own out- sht, hut also the peoples in those elis- tetnt lonels whither, with our hless- ing, so nzony of you will soon fle- petrt. Exereise thot virtue, so thot on your return you nutv unflerstunel how to win et just unel equitohle peetee uno' thus preserve for your- selves nnel your ehilflren our tiineri- eezn ieleetls, ezvoieling thot seMsh intolereznee whieh in the post hos eezuseel the ternis of peuee to heeoine the seefls of unother wor. l eleulisnz eznel love of uelventure ore ezttrihutes Wf youthg eznfl so ezre eour- etge, etnel tolerunee, unel the other virtues. Preserve them, eznel they will preserve you. We . . . fortho.veifz'e1il.fo1ir fotherx .vovefl for ny. life will JTLQAT forfreen'onz,for tolere1nee,for equal- itv,for ezll the eleezr virtney iinpleinteel in onr hearts hy Goeljefzring petrenty ll7lfZ7fO.Yl67"r?d hy eonfeientions, hinel- ly tefiehers, strong in their zeeilfor the fulfillment of D67'lY0f7IZCYX',.f proin- ife. Heefznse If them, our pezrentf ond' our teeiehere, ive go forth with fleepfezith ono' high hopef, ,veenre in the hnoivleelge thot they have teziight ny the right eznel that the right will keep ny free. Vex, we will fight fznfl ive will win. life will winforfezthers onfl nzotherf, for sony eznfl flezughtergfor teoeherf einel pzipilx in every lonel, for the right to lnfe, liherty, etnel the pnrmit of hoppinefx. Then, Jtrong in onrfoith in the fleinoereztie iflezzl we will hegin fzneiv to hnilzl ez world' D where 771671 everywhere nzoy live in hfzrinony onfl in peezee iineler the Fhtherhoorl fyf Goh' zznfl the Brother- hoofl gf Jflein. Thif ix our pleflgfe to yon, porente fznfl terzehery. This' if our pleelgfe to thoxe ,vtrong-hezzrtefl inen who have fought onrl fliefl for freefloni flown the long finel lonely' lzznex of time. Thix if our pleehge to eozintlefs nzil- liony yet nnhorn that "Goel'5 hope in nzezn niezy hefnyilleelf' me one . . YVII.I.I.-UVI A. SMITH, Clays Piexiflent i! lU GEORGE N. ABORJAILY "Abbieschooly', 1734 Wlashington St., South End Alorzzluzm lincoln, Soullz End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Art. Bu.rine.r.t JAMES P. F. ADAMS 'Kjinil' 8 Ellsworth St., Dorchester Frozer ffleoelond, llorflzerter Track, 2, Ambition, Police De- partment, Hobby, Football. U. S. Navy WILLIAM H. AHERN, JR. "Fill" 207 Falcon St., East Boston f7o.tepl1 fl. Barney, lfrzsl Horton 1A'k, Lawrence Prize K1, K3, Cadet Captain, 4, Can'era Club 2, Switchboard, 3, Record and Yearbook, Circulation IV anager, 4, Vocational Council, 4, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Barton Unizferrzty J. CHARLES AJEMIAN 872 VVashington St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorelzexfer 2A"', Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Lab- oratory Asst., 3, French Club, 4, Aviation, 4, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Photography Club, 4, Officers Club, 4, Ambition, Aero- nautical Engineering, Hobby, Aviation. M. l. T. ARTHUR R. ALBRECHT "Dick,' 12 Estrella St., Jamaica Plain Marx' Curley, f7omrziro Ploin Band, 2, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Stamp Club, 4, Ambition, Engi- neering, Hobby, Sports. Norflzeaslern 16 STANLEY R. ALLEYNE "Steamer,' 109 Harold St., Roxbury Lefwix, Roxbury Track 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Music. L. S. ,lrmy Medical Corfu LEON ALPERIN 38 Allen St., West End William Plarkrtone, Wet! End Room Councilor, 4, Record, 3: Arrbition, Radio Engineering, Hobby, Radio. .M. 1. T. ROBERT W. L. ALTHER " Rob" 86 Brookley Rd., jamaica Plain Puolir Lalin, Roxburv Honor Roll, 1, Ambition, Tech- nical Engineering, Hobby, Swim- rring. M. I. T. WARREN ALTMAN "Alty" 152 Ellington St., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Dorflzener 1A"', Ambition, Aircraft Me- chanics, Hobby, Model Air- planes. N. iiirrrafl School FRANCIS R. AMIRAULT "Ritchie" 25 Glide St., Dorchester Sl. Pelerlv, Porrlzexter 6A9f, Honor Roll, 1, 2, RiHe Team, 2, French Club, 3, Re- cord, 2, 3, 4, Lawrence Prize, F 8 D, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize, French, 3, Cadet Captain, F Sz D Corps, 4, Ambition, U. S. Merchant Marine, Hobby, Guns Mars. Maritime Academy THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOHN G. ANASTOS K4 7 Davis St., South End Abraham Linroln, South End Orchestra, 4, Ambition, Music, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy CARL A. ANDERSON, JR. ..Andy., 25 Magee St., Hyde Park llfoodrow Wzlron, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Surgery, Hobby, Swimming. College JAMES L. ANDERSON iSAndy!7 787 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxburv Athletic Captain, 1, 2, Aviation, al, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Mortician, Hobby, Music. Mars. Stale College of Mortuary ROBERT M. ANDERSON, JR. ULC,-typ 125 Warwick St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Bugle Corps, 3, Record, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Electrical Engineer- ing, Hobby, Sports. Bzuinesr ROBERT P. ANDERSON ..Andy,, 142 School St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Yamoica Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Current Events Club, 3, Room Coun- cilor, 3, 4, Alumni Committee, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy CLASS OF 1943 LEO T. ANDREADIS 90 Bennington St., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, Em! Boston IA", Glee Club, 4, Record, 4, Ambition, Bookkeeping, Hobby, Model Airplanes. Businexs EDMUND F. X. ANDRESEN "Eddie" 84 Day St., jamaica Plain CfIL'l'f7'Il5, farnaim Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Surgical lnstruments Salesman, Hobby, Horseback Riding. Bz4.vine5.r OVIDIO F. ANGELINI "Ange" 15 Noanet St., South End Albrohom Lincoln, Sonlh End Currents Event Club, 3, Glee Club, 3, Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Stamps. Bo5lon Univerrily C. C. ANTHONY "Chris" 675 Hillside St., Roxbury lllorlin, Roxbury lA", Track, 1, ZCED, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Honor Roll, 4, Current Events Club, 2, Cadet Individual Prize, 1, Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hobby, Sports. ' Civil Engineering Sehool SHEPARD M. ARKIN cs Shepu 46 Euston Rd., Brighton T. Af. Edison, Brighlon Individual Prize, Music, 3, 4, School Band, 1, 3, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Rifle Prac- tice. College 17 NICHOLAS D. ASSAF .. ACC., 33 Milford St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End 1A"', Honor Roll, 3, Labora- tory Asst., 4, Math Club, 4, Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering, Hobby, Sports. M. I .T. ARTHUR H. AUERBACH HAH., 18 Greenheys St., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Dorehester Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Sports. Northeastern ANTHONY AURELIO GEACCYI 8 Ashland St., West End Sl. 7oseph's, West End Track, 1, 2, Ambition, Athletic Coaching, Hobby, Sports. Springfield College ARTHUR N. BAHN SKDOCYY 427 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury P. T. Campbell, Dorchester lA", Honor Roll, 2, Music Club, 2, 3, Current Events Club, 3, Record, 4, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Philately. Harvard ALFONSO A. BALDASSARRE " Baldy ' 63 Brooks St., East Boston Yoseph H. Barnes, East Boston Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Pharmacy, Hobby, Philately. Mass. College of Pharmacy 18 RICHARD M. BANKS AK Dick!! 110 Harold St., Roxbury Lewis, Roxhury Track, 3, Ambition, U. S. Air Corps, Hobby, Painting. College JAMES BARBAR "Gabby, 135 Hudson St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Teacher of Accountancy, Hob- by, Current Events. University of Pennsylvania EVANGEL L. BABDHO "Beansy" 40 Appleton St., South End Riee, South End Ambition, U. Marines Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. College PETER P. BARRA "Boody" 74 East Cottage St., Dorchester Russell, Dorehester 2A"', Honor Roll, 1, 2, Library Corps, 4, Room Captain, 2, 3, CadctLieutenz1nt, 4, Song Com- mittee,4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH E. BARRON ...loess 40 M t. Vernon St., Charlestown St. Mary's, Charlestown Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Business THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL LAWRENCE A. BEAN K'Laurie" 43 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton Public Latin, Roxbury Honor Roll, 35 Volunteer Trainf ing Unit, 33 Rifle Team, 25 Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Photography. U. S. Army Air Corps GEORGE H. BEERS, JR. "Beersy" 11 Carol Ave., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton Football, 3CEj, 4g Chairman, Song Committeeg Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sailing. U. S. Army Air Corfu ALBERT A. BELMONTE HAI.. 87 Orient Ave., East Boston yoreph H. Barnes, Ea!! Boylan Lawrence Prize, F7g Cadet Cap- tain, 43 Ambition, Lawg Hobby, Sports. Horton Collega JOSEPH BENDERSKY i6BenY1 73 Walnut Pk., Roxbury William Blaclestonz, Wes! End Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Engineeringg Hobby, Radio. M. I. T. XAVIER F. BERTOLINO " Bertie" 738 E. Third St., South Boston Thomas N. Hari, South Boslon Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Ac- countingg Hobby, Sports. College CLASS OF 1943 ANDREW BESSETTE "Andy" 6 Carson St., Dorchester Krusell, Dorfhexler ZA", Honor Roll, l, 2, 34 Cadet Captain, 4g Rifle Team, 1, 2, Glee Club, 2, 35 Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corpsg Hobby, Planes. U. S. Army Air Corpr JOHN P. BETTENCOURT K6JOhnnyY1 34 Auburn St., West End William Blarkslono, Wm! End Ambition, Aircraft Mechanics' Hobby, Electricity. Aircraft Merhaniral School 9 ORMAN BLACKMAN "Orman" 15 Munroe St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Honor Roll, 1, 2, Room Coun- cilor, 1, 2, Reford, 1, 2, 3, 43 Symphony, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Cadet Lieutenant, 49 Ambition, Classical Musicg Hob- by, Singing. Northearlern SIDMAN BLUME Llsidll 31 Irving St., West End William Blaohrfone, WZJI End Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Hunting. L. S. lVavy ANGELO F. BOCCHINO lllgookyll 160 Prince St., North End St. Marys, Norlh End Ambition, Successg Hobby, Hockey. Buxineys 19 CHARLES M . BODWELL "Charlie" l8 Haviland St., Back Bay Fisher, Miami Beach, Florida Cadet Lieutenant, 44 Ambition, Chemical Engineering, Hobby, Basketball. Nortlieaxtern NICHOLAS BONFIGLIO "Nick" ll Sheafe St., North Fnd llfliclzelangelo, Norllz End Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering, Hobby, Sports. Norwich Lniz'er.vit,v MARTIN BOOKSPAN "Marty" 41 Hosmer St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenoerg, Dorehefler SA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize, F R D, English, 33 French Club, 4, Reford, 3, 4, Library, 2, 3, 45 Room Councilor, 3, Music Club, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Music, Hobby, Music. College PAUL V. BOSSI "Chub" 256 Corey Rd., Brighton llfilliam H. TMI, Brighton Track, ZCED, 3CEjg Football, 3QEj, 4fF.jg Room Captain, 4, Ambition, U. Navy, Hobby Sports. L. S. Navy Q RICHARD W. BOURQUE 23 East St., Dorchester St. Marle's, Dorrhesler Lawrence Prize, F-SL D., 1, Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Record, 4, Ambition, U. S. Air Force, Hob- by, Baseball. Bzixinem' 20 JOHN E. BOWEN "Bobo" 40 Barnes Ave., East Boston Blaekinglorl, Roxbury Football, 3, 4CEjg Ambition Successg Hobby, Football. Boston College RONALD J. P. BOWES "Bowesie" 471B Dudley St., Roxbury St. Pafriekfr, Roxbury Football, 3, 4fEjg Hockey, 2, 3 Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corps Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy xlir Corps DONALD J. BRADLEY "Dusty" 10 Nancia St., East Boston Sl. Lazarzu, Eaxl Boston Cadet Captain, 4, Reeord, 2, 3, Track, lg Rifle Team 2, Ambi- tion, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naval Afeademy PAUL M. BRADY "Mike" 276 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay Riee, Borton Baseball, 3QEjg Football, 4, Am- bition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corfu' WILLIAM J. BRADY "Bill" 374 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester Edward Everelt, Dorcheiler Guidon Bearer, 3, Ambition, Successg Hobby, Auto Me- chanics. Bminess THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL v WILMER E. BRANDON "Brandy" 2 Essex St., Charlestown Edwards, Charlestown Glee Club, 4, Room Councilor, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambi- tion, Business, Hobby, Music. Business FRANCIS L. BRENNAN 50 Monument Sq., Charlestown Edwards, Clzarleslown Honor Roll, 2, 3, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, Ambition, Aeronau- tical Engineering. XVI. I. T. JAMES F. BRENNAN "J.F.X." 23 Harvard St., Charlestown Vt Mar 's Clzzzrlestown M ' .Y y Record, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. Business Sehool LAWRENCE M. BRESLOUF "Laurie" 49 Revere St., Wlest End William Blockslone, lifes! End 1A"', Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College GERALD S. BRICKMAN lllerryli 78 Astoria St., Mattapan F. V. Thompson, Dorelzesler Honor Roll, 2, Lawrence Prize, F St D, 2, Track, 3, French Club, 3, President, 4, Reeord, 3, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Army Engineer Corps, Hobby, Ornithology. M. I. T. CLASS OF 1943 LESTER E. BRITTON, JR. "Les" 36 Bournedale Rd., jamaica Plain Froneis Parker, Yonzoim Plain Athletic Captain, 1, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Photography. U. X. Cons! Guard BERIL M. BRODSKY UBCHH 44 Mozart St., jamaica Plain Mary Curley, 7ornoieu Plain Current Events Club, 3, 4, Stamp Club, 3, 4, Ambition, Advertising, Hobby, Football. Boslon Uniuersily ALBERT G. BROWN "Hank" 124 Melville Ave., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Stamp Club, 2, Ambition, En- gineering, Hobby, Sports. Norwieh Universily EDMUND J. BROWN ..Ned,, 41 St. Gregory St., Dorchester Sl. Gregory's, Dorchester 1A"', Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Law- rence Prize, F Sz D, 1, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Aviation, 1, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College GEORGE E. BROWN 55 Chestnut St., Charlestown St. lwllf-y'l5, Charlestown Honor Roll, 1, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Sports. College 21 IRVING A. BROWN "Brownie" 54 Johnston Rd., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Dorrlzerler Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Collecting. U. S. Navy WALTER E. BROWN, JR. llTedV! 60 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay Tabor Aeademy, Marion, Maxx. Cadet Lieutenant, 45 Prize Drill, 2, 3, Ambition, Medicineg Hob- by, Tennis. College DONALD E. BULMAN LADOHYY 27 Oakley St., Dorchester Sl. PeIer'.f, Dorehexter Cadet Lieutenant, 44 Ambition, U. S. Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. L. S. Marine Corps ROBERT S. BURGOYNE ..BOb., 53 Hartford St., Dorchester St. 7olzn'.v, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Rifle Team 2, Fencing, 2g Ambition, Draft- ing, Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Coax! Guard SAMUEL E. BURKE uBuddyu 35 Queensberry St., Back Bay Prince, Barton Reeord, 3, 4g Camera Club, 1, 2, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Automobiles. U. S. Navy 22 JOHN M. BURTON HB., 9 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Yamaiea Plain Ambition, U. S. Coast Guard, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Coan Guard Aeademy LELAND H. F. BUSKEY llBuSkYY 96 Homes Ave., Dorchester Grover Cleveland. Dorelzexter Stamp Club, 23 Glee Club, 2, Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Forees JOHN G. BYNOE "Beans" 30 Williams St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Drum Corps, 2, 3, 4g Track, 1, 2, 3, Ambition, Law, Hobby, Sports. Bzuinesr ROBERT A. BYRNE "Burnsie" 1368 Columbus Ave., Roxbury fame: P. Timilty, Roxbury Ambition, Aerial Gunnery, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Navy MARIO J. CACICI llSharpyYY 166 Webster St., East Boston Our Lady of Assumption, Ear! Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 43 Ambition, U. S. Army Medical Corps, Hobby, Football. U. S. Army THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ANTHONY J. CAGGIANO .icaggyn 1 YVcbster Pl., North End llfliekelarfgelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, Electrical Engineering, Hobby, Photography. College WALLACE W. CALNEY "Wally" 231 Park St., VVest Roxbury 7omer P. Tlmilty, Roxbury Football, 3, 4fElg Track, Baseball, 3, Atrbition, U. S. Naval Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy PAUL J. CAMERON "Jeno" 393 Centre St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorehesler Cadet Captain, 45 Ambition, Successg Hobby, Swimming, College JOSEPH V. CANNATA 11 Oneida St., South End Aorolzom Linroln, South End Ambition, Success, H o b b y Sports. Bzzrinen WILLIAM J. CANTY "ArchieU 27 Mercier Ave., Dorchester Sl. Gregoryk, Dorelierter Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Radio Engineering, Hobby, Radio. U. S. Novy CLASS OF 1943 SALVATORE A. CARDELLO ilsalvyn 9 Murray Ct., East Boston Donald Me Kay, Ear! Bonon Ambition, U. S. Navyg Hobby, Stamps. U. S. Navy ARTHUR J. CAREW "Curley" 60 Alpine St., Roxbury St. Rifdif, Roxbury Ambition, Business, H o b b y, Camping. U. S. Army WILLIAM J. CAREY llBiHYY 32 Tennyson St., West Roxbury R. G. Morrif, West Roxbury Baseball, 2, 3, Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corps, Hobby, Sports College JOHN J. CARNEY llJaCkYY 9 Playstead Rd., Dorchester St. Williom'5, Dorelzexter Ambition, Dentistryg Hobby, Reading. College ROBERT G. CARNILLA 22 Rowell St., Dorchester St. Yoseplzhr, Wert End Bugle Corps, 3, 4, Individual Prize, 4, Ambition, Engravingg Hobby, Whistling. Bufinesf 23 C. KEVIN CARROLL ..KeV,, 19 Merrill St., Dorchester St. 7ohn's, Roxbury Ambition, Successg Hobby, Base- ball. Business EDWARD R. CARROLL "Edda" 9 Rozella St., Dorchester Sl. Anne's, Neponset Glee Club, 1, 25 Track, 1, 2g French Club, 4, Military Sci- ence, 4, Ambition, Success, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corps MELVIN A. CARVER AAMCIYY 111 Colbourne Rd., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton I Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering, Hobby, Airplane Mod- els. Northeastern FRANK CASAL "Paco" 454 Hanover St., North End Michelangelo, North End 3A"'g Honor Roll, 2, 35 Lawrence Prize, SZ, Q14 Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Accountingg Hobby Sports. Boston University FELIX F. CASALE Alphilll 349 Hanover St., North End St. Anthony's, North End Ambition, Engineering: Hobby, Athletics. College 24 WILLIAM CASELDEN uBiHyrv 1144 Bennington St., E. Boston St. Mary"s, East Boston Ambition, U. S. Air Force, Hob- by, Model Airplanes. U. S. Air Corps WILLIAM T. CASEY ucaseyvv 69 Moreland St., Roxbury St. Patrirk's, Roxbury Room Captain, 35 Stamp Club, 25 Ambition, Success, Hobby, 2, Reading. U. S. Army LOUIS A. CATALDO AILOUYY 21 Barton St., West End William Blatkslone, Was! End Ambition, Drafting, Hobby, Airplanes. I . S. Army JOHN J. CATRONE llCatYl 19 Sea View Ave., East Boston Blackington, East Boston Camera Club, Ambition, Suc- cessg Hobby, Sports. D. S. Navy JAMES P. CHAISSON iiJimmy11 1112 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester St. William's, Dorrlzester Room Councilor, lg Student Council, lg Record, 1, 2, Ambi- tion, U. S. Marinesg Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Marines TI-IE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOSEPH B. CHICCARELLI "Chick" 52 Green St., jamaica Plain Bowditeh, Yarnaiea Plain 1A"', Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Am- bition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy EDWARD CHIN "Eddie" 229 Harrison Ave., South End Ahraharn Lincoln, South End ZA", Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Law- rence Prize, F 81 D, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Athletic Captain, 4, Record, 4, School Spelling Bee Winner, 4, Stamp Club, 4, Ambition, Medicine, Hob- by, Philately. Harvard GEORGE CHUNG nFunnyr1 18 Hudson St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End Individual Prize, 3, Ambition, Drafting, Hobby, Sports. Business CHARLES L. CHUTE "Conuck" 19 Maxwell St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Track, 2, Ambition, Sports, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy FRANK J. CIERI, JR. x:Nubby11 172 Cottage St., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, East Boston Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College CLASS OF 1943 ROBERT, JIIRIELLO 1 O Y! 3 Sea View Ave., East Boston Blaehington, East Boston ZA", Honor Roll, 2, Lawrence, F S: D, Lawrence, El, Law- rence, Public Speaking, Dance Committee, 4, Record, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, Library, 4, Switch- board, 2, 3, 4, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Education, Hobby, Occult Science. College JOHN J. CLAIR .ilackn 36 Milton Ave., Dorchester St. Matthew's, Dorchester IA", Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Mechanics. U. S. Navy NEAL E. CLARK "Clarkie" 9 St. VVilliam St., Dorchester Edward Everett, Dorelzester IA", Library, 4, Ambition, Ste- nography, Hobby, Philately. Bryant and Stratton THOMAS J. CLEARY KITOIHYY 5 Eunice St., Dorchester St. Peter's, Dorehester Stamp Club, Military, Ambi- tion, Chemical Engineering, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naval Air Corps RICHARD A. CLEMENTE "Dick" 114 White St., East Boston ffoseph H. Barnes, East Boston Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Law, Hobby, Music. Northeastern 25 ALBERT F. FLIFFORD AICM YY 307 E. Eighth St., South Boston Mather, Dorchester Track, 2, Ambition, Radio, Hob- by, Electricity. U. S. Naval Radio School STANLEY J. CLIFFORD "Stan" 372 LaGrange St., W. Roxbury R. G. Morris, West Roxbury Song Committee, 4g Track, 3 QED, 4, Football, 4QEjg Ambi- tion, U. S. Naval Aviationg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy BERNARD COHEN "Bernie" 27 WVilcock St., Dorchester F. V. Thompson, Dorchester lA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Track, 2, 3, Tennis 2, Photography Club, 2g Individual Prize Drill, 2, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambi- tion, Plastics, Hobby, Photog- raphy. M. I. T. GORDON COHEN "Quinn" 106 Humboldt Ave., Roxbury Lewis, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 44 Ambition, Aeronautics, Hobby, Sports. U. S. dir Corps JOHN F. COLLINS, JR. HJ- F... 124 King St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorehester Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. Boston University 26 CHARLES J. COLLOVA ..D0Cn 20 Melbourne St., Dorchester Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, Pharmacy, Hobby, Sports. Mass. College of Pharmaey JOHN B. COLPOYS njacku 26 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton Winship, Brighton Alumni Committee, 4g Football, 4CEDg Stamp Club, 45 Record, 2, 3, 4, Room Councilor, 43 Individual Drill Prize, 3, Am- bition, U. S. Naval Aviationg Hobby, Sports. Boston College GEORGE J. CONDON "Georgie" 94 Homes Ave., Dorchester St. Peter's, Dorchester Honor Guard, 15 Trick Squad, 2, 3, 4, Room Captain, 1, 23 French Club, 34 Cadet Captain, 4g Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corpsg Hobby, Military Drill. Northeastern A JOHN I. CONGDON "Blondie" 15 Whittemore Ter., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 45 Ambition, Electrical Engineeringg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOHN C. CONLEY njocko., 221 Cottage Rd., West Roxbury Shaw, West Roxbury Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JAMES P. CONNELLY IAJimY1 92 Paul Gore St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, jamaira Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Track, 2, 3, Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Sports. Boston College JOHN P. CONNELLY 111' C.Y1 18 Hunnewell Ave., Brighton T. fl. Edi.ron, Brighton Ambition, Notre Dame, Hobby, Sports. Notre Dame RICHARD G. CONNELLY "Grant" 19 O'Connell Rd., Dorchester St. Gregory'.r, Doreheyter Ambition, U. S. Merchant Ma- rine, Hobby, Ships. U. S. Merehant Marine JAMES M. CONNOLLY llJimH 1079 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester St. Williams, Dorchester Room Councilor, 1, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Football. Buxiness JAMES M. CONNOLLY ...Umm 39 Edison Green St., Dorchester St. Margaret'x, Dorchexter Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Aeronautical Engineering, Hob- by, Aviation. Businesf CLASS OF 1943 ROBERT B.bCONROY IIBO YY I2 St., Brendan Rd., Dorchester llfoodro-w llfilson, Dorelzexter Rifle Team, 2, Reeord, 4, Am- bition, Dentistry, Hobby, Music U. S. Army LAWRENCE CONSTANTINE "Connie" 25 Gaylord St., Dorchester Public Latin, Roxbury Alumni Committee, 4, Track, 3, Ambition, Sports Writing, Hobby, Sports. L. S. Army MORGAN H. COOPER ucoopvr 58 Fenway, Back Bay Port Waxhinglon, H. S. IA", Honor Roll, 3, Lawrence Prize, F 8: D, Lawrence Prize, H3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Am- bition, Engineering, Hobby, Boating. lll. 1. T. HENRY M. CORRADO LAI-IankYY 953 Saratoga St., East Boston Blarkington, Eatt Botton Record, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Swimming. Boxton College UGO COTECCHIA 294 Hanover St., North End Mielzelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant., 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Boating. U. S. Naval xiir Corpr 27 ROBERT J. COUGHLIN L LBObYY 166 VV. Seventh St., S. Boston Sl. Auguslinek, South Boiron Ambition, Success, Hobby, Base- ball. Burinesx Srlzaol WILLIAM H. COULTER 32 Callender St., Dorchester St. fllalllzewlx, Dorrhester Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy THOMAS J. COWAN l1Tom1Y 16 Gray St., South End Abraham Lintofn, Soulli End Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. Burinesr JOSEPH D. COYNE 1lBudY! 114 Draper St., Dorchester Sl. Peterk, Dorrlzexter Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. L . S. Na vy EDWARD D. CRAIG llEdYY 3240 VVashington St., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of I.o14rdf.v, f7amaifa Plain Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S, Navy 28 ROBERT Q. CRANE lKBobYV 92 Brayton Rd., Brighton Our Lady of Pre:entatim1, Briglilon Track, 2, 3, Picture Committee, 4, Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. Bwmn Coflege EUGENE F. CREEDON "Gene" 9 Hampstead Rd., Jamaica Plain .Qzlincyv High Ambition, Electrical Engineer- ing, Hobby, Sports. U. S. AVIZLLV JOHN J. CRONIN HJ. .VY 19 Hillsboro St., Dorchester Rusxell, Ilorclzexler Vice President, Junior and Sen- ior Classes, Student Council, 2, 3, Track, 2, Cheer Leader, 41 ED, Cadet Captain, 4, Ath- letic Captain, 1, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy NEIL P. CRONIN 54 Grampian WVay, Dorchester Sl. lVifliam'.v, Dorchexler Tennis, 3, Ambition, Success Hobby, Sports. lfiforlt GEORGE J. CROWDES 11 Powellton Rd., Dorchester Campbefl, Dorclzexler Tennis, 3, Ambition, Chemistry, Hobby, Skiing. Darlmanlh THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ARTHUR F. CUDMORE "Sea Breeze" 72 Pleasant St., Dorchester Edward Everell, Dorrhmlfr Honor Cuard 2 3' Hobb ' 7 K Q Q a yy Reading. . U. S. Army Air Corps CHARLES M. CULLEN "Charlie" 60 Bowdoin St., VVest End St. f7o.reph'5, Hfext End Lawrence Prize, F Sz D, 2g Football Manager, 3, 4-CED, Rf:- ord, 2, 35 Picture Committee, 45 Drum and Bugle, 25 Cadet l.ieutenant, 44 Ambition, Busi- ness, Hobby, Hockey. Coffcjgfe WARREN C. CURRAN 132 VVren St., Vvest Roxbury Sf. lfrarzfiy Xavier, Roylirzdalc Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Naval Airplane Mechanics, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Navy JOHN J. CUSHING ..Budf. 20 Elm St., Dorchester Irving, Roslindale Drum Corps, 2, 3, Captain, 4, Cheer Leader, 4CEjg Asst. Base- ball Manager, 3, Orchestra, 4g Record, 44 Band, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Roller Skating. B14.rir1e.fJ PAUL J. DALY 18 Ronan St., Dorchester Sl. l'etfr'5, Dorclzexter Lawrence Prize, F 8 D, lg Honor Roll, 1, 2g Cadet Lieu- tenant, 43 Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. Coflfge CLASS OF 1943 JOHN R. D'AMICO, JR. "Denmark" Il Fellows St., Roxbury Dearborn, Roxbury Track, 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. Bzuinesx ERNEST T. D'ARCY llDiZYY 23 Gay Head St., Jamaica Plain Clzzverus, Yamaica Plain Hobby, Sports. U. S. Coax! Guard THOMAS J. DARCY iiT0mmyvv 83 VVoodrow Ave., Dorchester Sl. Matthew'5, Dorchesler Hobby, Hockey. U. S. Army Air Corps ROBERT S. DAVISON llB0bY1 620 South St., Roslindale Irving, Roxlindale Orchestra, 2, Rerord, 35 Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Skiing. U. S. Naval Air Corps ALFRED DE BRAVE MAI!! 20 Cortes St., South End Abraham Lirzroln, Soullz End Ambition, Mechanical Engineer- ingg Hobby, Sports. Norlheaslern 29 ALBERT V. DE STEFANO 1. Al.. 75 St. Andrew Rd., E. Boston Blarkington, Eaxt Barton Cadet Lieutenant, 45 Ambition, Success, Hobby, Baseball. Burinett FRANCIS J. DICHIARA "Abbie" 43 Cottage St., East Boston zlxsumplion, Earl Bonon Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JAMES H. DICKERSON "Big Dick" 22 Schiller Rd., West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wes! Roxbury Fencing, 2, Record, 4, Ambition, Writing, Hobby, Historical Re- search. U. S. Navy ALBERT DI FLUMERI "Di Flu" 286 Sumner St., East Boston Mt. Carmel, Earl Boxlon Dance Committee, 43 Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corpsg Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Army Air Corps EM ILIO A. DiFRANZA "Steve" 21 Lamson St., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, Earl Boston Honor Roll, 23 Ambition, Ac- counting, Hobby, Drawing. College 30 EDWARD F. Di GIOVANNI "Tobego" 31 Cooper St., North End St. Mary':, Norlh End Ambition, Success, Hobby, Hockey. U. S. Navy CORRADO Di GREGORIO "Conrad" 34 Gladstone St., East Boston Blafkinglon, Earl Boylan 3A", Honor Roll, 1, 2g Lawrence Prize, I, lg Cadet Captain, 4g Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. GIACOMO C. Di SAVINO u ackn 62 Webster Slt., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, Eat! Borion 3A"g Honor Roll, 3, Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 3, Room Coun- cilor, 3g Cadet Lieutenant, 49 Current Events Club, 4g Ambi- tion, Engineering, Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH C. Di SCIULLO LIBOIOYY 10 Medford Ct., South End Riff, South End Current Events Club, Ambition, Successg Hobby, Football. U. S. Navy Air Corpx DAVID DOBRO lIDaveyY7 16 Ormand St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Dorchcxtcr Ambition, U. S. Army, Hobby, Airplanes. College THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ROLAND F. DOHERTY 25 Billerica St., West End Sl. Yoseplfs, West End Track,2CEj,3CEj,4CEjgTrack Team, Captain, 4, Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. College THOMAS E. DOLAN 1LT0mf1 25 Rosemary St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas Aquinas, yamaica Plain Record, 2, 3, 45 Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, Vice President, Cur- rent Events Club, 45 Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy DONALD L. DONAHUE AlDuckYY 86 Baldwin St., Charlestown St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition Success' Hobb 1 3 yi Sports. Business JAMES T. DONOHUE lltlinlrnyfl 76 Draper St., Dorchester St. Peler's, Dorchester Ambition Radio-Hobb S orts D Y yi p U. S. Navy AUGUSTINE W. DONOVAN IAGUSYY 65 Auckland St., Dorchester Everett, Dorchester Room Captain, 2, 3, 44 Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Hobby, Camping. Northeastern CLASS OF 1943 JOHN J. DONOVAN iijackn 40 Holiday St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Air Corps, Hob- by, Hockey. U. S. Army Air Corps JOHN J. DONOVAN nlackn 136 Spring St., VVest Roxbury Sl. Mark's, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Armyg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Afrmy FRANCIS A. DOYLE "Franky" 71 Cass St., VVest Roxbury R. G. Shaw, West Roxbury Lawrence Prize, F 85 D, 1g Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Skating. U. S. Navy FRANCIS J. DOYLE LlRedYY 106 Queensberry St., Back Bay Prince, Back Bay Track, 1, 2g Football, 3, Ambi- tion, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Phi- lately. U. S. Navy JOHN T. DRISCOLL "Drick" 26 Bama Rd., Dorchester St. Thomas, ffamaica Plain Cheer Leader, 3C ED, 4CEjg Base- ball, lg Room Captain, 1, 2' Track, 1, 25 Cadet Lieutenant, 44 Alumni Committee, 4, Am- bition, Engineeringg Hobby, Sports. College v 31 RENEE J. DUMAINE "Sandy" 18 Ranelegh Rd., Brighton T. A. Edixon, Brighion French Club, 3, 4, Athletic Cap- tain, 2, Hockey, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. tllarine Air Corps BYRON EGONOMO llRockyYY 35 Village St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End IA", Honor Roll, 3, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Aviation. U. S. Army Air Corp: JOHN G. EDWARDS 9 Sea View Ave., East Boston Sl. Mary"5, Charlestown Honor Roll, 1, Lawrence Prize, F Sz D, French Club, 4, Reeord, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambi- ti0n,Teaching,Hobby, Reading. Boslon College GEORGE S. ELIAS "Flash" 1239 Wvashington St., South End Abraham Linroln, South End lA", Honor Roll, 3, Band, 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Chemistry, Hobby, Sports. Bu.fine.v.v STANLEY M. ELKINS ltBudrr 11 Vinal St., Brighton W. H. T1y'l, Brighlon Honor Roll, 2, Ambition, Engi- neering, Hobby, Camping. M. I. T. 32 FALCO R. FALCIONE "Richie" 9 Kirkland St., South End Abraham Lineoln, Souih End Honor Roll, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Air Corps' ARNOLD E. FEDERMAN 11 N. Anderson St., VVest End William Blafkstone, We5t End IA", Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 3, Ambition, Meteorology, Hobby, Meteorology. U. S. Navy WILLIAM FEINBERG "Bill" 14 Tiverton Rd., Dorchester Thompson, Dorehester Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Fencing, 2, Track, 3, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Sports. College STANLEY FELDMAN 565 Norfolk St., Mattapan Erasmur Hall, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Airplanes, U. S. Army Air Corps ENNIO FELICIOTTI lbltzyyll 29 Brainerd Rd., Allston Martin, Roxbury Glee Club, 2, 4, Room Coun- cilor, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Am- bition, Medicine, Hobby, Saxo- phone. Syracuse University THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOSEPH F. FERRANTE HJOCY. 321 Centre St., jamaica Plain Public Latin, Roxbury IA", Track, ZQEJ, 3CEjg Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corp.: MORRIS L. FINE "lVl0ishe" 34 Greendale Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Dorchester Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy SAUL FINESTONE "Saully" 9 Lorne St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Dorchester Ambition, Success Hobby, Sports. Businem MAX FINK 38 Genesee St., South End .flbralzarn Lincoln, South End 1A"'g Honor Roll, 2, 34 Ambi- tion, Success. U. S. Army EDWARD L. FITZGERALD "Fritz" 981 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester Sl. Margareff, Dorcberler Current Events Club, 2g Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Room Councilor, 2, Room Captain, lg Track, lg Record, lg Ambition, Sports VVritingg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy CLASS OF 1943 EDWARD R. FITZGERALD "Fitz" 7 Allen St., VVest End Huntington, Hack Hay Room Councilor, 4, Athletic Captain, 3, Trick Squad, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club, 45 Record, 3, 4: Alumni Committee, 4g President Student Council, 45 Cadet Cap- tain, 4g Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corpsg Hobby, Sports. Barron College GERARD V. FITZGERALD "Jake" 923 Broadway, South Boston Nazarelb, Sonlh Boylan Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. Bzzxineu ROBERT F. FITZPATRICK "I"itzv" 33 East St., Dorchester Sf. Rifllif, Dorclzester Track, lg Student Council, 3g Ambition, Business, Hobby, Dancing. Eminem THOMAS F. FLAHERTY "Tom" 355 Ashmont St., Dorchester St. Peter'.f, Dorchester Record, 3g Ambition, U. S. Ma- rine Corpsg Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marine Corp: RICHARD J. FOGARTY "Fritz" 198 Lamartine St., jamaica Plain Our Laffy of Lom'de.v, Yrmzaica Plain Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Bzuirlem 33 JEROME B. FOGELNEST ..FOgey,, 21 Evelyn St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenherg, Dorehester Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. Fore River, Shipbuilding JAMES J. FOLEY .iBuCk,. 151 Fairmont St., Dorchester F. V. Thompson, Dorrhester Football, 1, 2, 3, 4CEj, Ath- letic Captain, 1, 2, Track, 1, 2, Hockey, 1, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Afrrny EVERETT J. FORD, JR. HEV., 348 Huntington Ave., Hyde Park St. Ruphoefs, Hyde Park Lawrence Prize, F Sz F, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Rerord, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition Success, Hobby, Radio. Boston College DONALD H. FOSTER lLDOn!Y 15 Lothian Rd., Brighton T. fi. Edison, Brighton 1A"', Honor Roll, 3, Baseball 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Reeordi 1, Current Events Club, Ambi- tion, F. B. I., Hobby, Sports. Business FRANCIS P. FOUGERE "Frog" 98 Moore St., East Boston Chenerus, East Boston Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition Salesm anship, Hobby, Football: Business 34 5 PAUL F. FRAHER 14 Beckett St., Dorchester St. Gregory's, Dorchester Hockey, 2, 3QEj, 4QEj, Cap- tain, 4, Football, 3, 4CEj, Ath- letic Captain, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy BERNARD M. FRANCER "Bernie" 31 Fessenden St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenherg, Dorfhester Football, 2, 3, Manager, 4, Am- bition, U. S. Coast Guard, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Coast Guard SUMNER H. FRANKLIN "Frankie" 38 Evelyn St., Mattapan Sofornon Lewenherg, Dorchester Record, 3, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Boston University MELVIN B. FREEDMAN ..MC1,. 15 Bilodeau Rd., Roxbury P. T. Camphell, Dorchester IA", Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Camera Club, 2, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Photog- raphy. M. I. T. DAVID J. FRENCHKO "Davey" 16 Rollins St., South End dhrezhom Lineoln, South End Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Aviation, Hobby, Bowling. U. S. Marine Corps THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL WILLIAM F. FURLONG KKMOCYY 85 Pearl St., Charlestown C. R. Edwardx, 'Clzarleslown Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Swimming. U. S. Navy ARTHUR V. GAILIUS 38 Train St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorelzester Honor Roll, 2, Room Coun- cilor, 2, Student Council, 24 Cadet Captain, 4g Glee Club, 2, 3g Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corpsg Hobby, Swimming. Bank Clerk HAROLD J. GALLAGHER llGalYY 76 Florida St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorehexter Honor Roll, 2g Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Sports. Business LEONARD J. GALLAGHER lKLennyY7 781 Vets. ofForeign Wars Pkwy, West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wen Roxbury Football, 2, 3, 4, Track, 35 Am- bition, Successg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy LEO F. GALLIVAN "Five-by-Five" 21 Pershing Rd., Jamaica Plain Champlain, Dorehesler Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army CLASS OF 1943 HAROLD R. GARRON 40 Tolman St., Dorchester Sl. A'nn'5, Dorclzexler Ambition, U. S. Marine Corpsg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps' COLEMAN D. GEARY, JR. ucolbyu 92 Draper St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorrlzefler Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Room Cap- tain, 2g Room Councilor, 3gAm- bition, U. S. Navy Aviation, Hobby, Basketball. Boslon College PETER G. GERBINO 17 Minot St., YVest End llielielangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 45 Ambition, Engineeringg Hobby, Sports. Nortlzeaxlern ALFRED H. GIANGRANDE ALAIYY 11 Stillman St., North End St. Mar,v'5, ,Norlh End IZA", Honor Roll, 2g Lawrence Prize, H 2, Individual Drill Prize, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambi- tion, Stenographyg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army W. M. GIADHWATTASIO llBi Y! 68 Orient Ave., East Boston Blaekington, Earl Boston Ambition, Baseball, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy 35 FRANK E. GIBSON 44Gibbyvv 193 VV. Brookline St., South End Prime, Bark Bay Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marine Corpx FRED W. GIFFELS "Freddie"' 11 Lakeville Rd., Jamaica Plain New Hamplorz, Preparatory, Veto Ham Jbire 1 17 StaffCaptain, 4, Ambition, En- gineering, Hobby, Model Planes. lil. I. T. JOSEPH F. GILL 119 Charles St., VVest Fnd Sl. 70.YE11l7'5, bfesl End ZA", Track, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Football, 2, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Antiques. U. S. .Vlarine Corps' PAUL J. GILL 50 lVoseley St., Dorchester Public Latin, Roxbury Ambition, Professional Hockey, Hobby, Fishing. U. S. Naval Air Corps LAWRENCE T. GIOVE "Larry" 43 Grove St., VVest End Blaekstone, bVe.rt End Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy 36 PAUL C. GIROUARD 8 Lombard St., Dorchester Woodr'ow Wilson, Dorelzesler Ambition: Success, Hobby, Swimming. U. S. Navy IRVING B. GOLDBERG 12 Castlegate Rd., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Dorelzesler Cadet Captain,4, Ambition, En- gineering, Hobby, Photography. College ERNEST J. GOLDEN "Ernie" 113 Kilsyth Rd., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brigblon Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Television Engineering, Hobby, Football. N orllzeaxlern ALAN S. GOLDMAN nsmw 7 Boulevard Ter., Brighton Publi: Latin, Roxbury Military Science, 4, Ambition, Scientific Farming, Hobby, Pho- tography. lllaxx. Slale College -WILLIAM I. GOWEN 677 Dudley St., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Dorebester Lawrence Prize, S, 3, Camera Club, 2, 3, Fife Corps, Lieu- tenant, Ambition, U. S. Foreign Service, Hobby, Jazz. College THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOHN H. GRADY 7 Louise Pk., Roxbury -Yr. Patrickk, Roxbury Recard,4, Ambition, U. Navy, Hobby, Music. U. S. Navy JOHN F. GREENE 79 Van VVinkle St., Dorchester Braintree High, Braintree, Mars. Ambition, Success, Hobby Reading. ffolfege PASQUALE R. GREGORIO "Pat" 79 North Margin St., North End Miehelrzngela, North End Honor Roll, 2, Lawrence Prize, F Sz D, 2, Individual Prize, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Fngineering, Hobby, Music, Coffege WILLIAM M. GRIFFIN "Grif" 21 Dracut St., Dorchester Holv Trinity, South End Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Checkers. Bluinext CHARLES H. GROEZINGER "Chick" 1738 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton hlf'e5t Haven High, lVe:t Haven, Conn. Room Councilor, 4, Ambition, U. S. Naval Aviation, Hobby, Swimming. U. N. Navy CLASS OF 1943 ANTHONY I. GUCCIARDI "Gucc" 103 Fverett St., Fast Boston llnmild :We Kel-v, Ezzxt Buxton Ai: bition, N a val Air Corps, Hobby, Aviation. Lf. N. Nazy FRANCIS E. GUINEY "Doc" 19 Rangeley St., Dorchester Sl. flregarvlx, llcrfhefter Ladet Lieutenant, 4, A ' bition, Success, Hobby, Hockey. ll IVA' .IOSEIH L. GUSUOW S KI "Gus" 9 Taft St., Dorchester Nt. llzzrvls, South Bowan IA", Rertrd, Yearbook, 4, Hon- or Roll, 1, 2, Lawrence Prize ', 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Refori, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, A nbition, Accounting, Hobby, Sports. ll11,vi11e,v,v MIQCHELL HADDAD "lN itch" 1503 Washington St. South End Ijwifvf, S' nth E 'd Lawrence Prize, F 8 D, 3, Roo vi Councilor, 3, l adet lieutenant, 4, A ' bition, Forestry, Hobby, lishing. ll i.vmm'ir1 Uf.i:'er.rit-v MALCOLM B. HAGOPIAN "Appie" 1 Calder Pl., ja aica Plain .llnrv E. Czzrfev, i7Il7I1Ilil'!l Plain IAA, Athletic Captain, Cadet lieutenant, 4, A nbition, Civil Fnginecring, Hobby, Sports. Vfffege 37 FREDERICK E. HAJJAR "Hutch" 4 Union Park, South End Abraham Lincoln, Soullz Ena' Ambition, Radiog Hobby, Sports. U. S. Axillflil' JOHN I. HALL ucurlyn 43 Ridgewood St., Dorchester Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Captain, 4a Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corpsg I-lobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corpr IRVING B. HAMMER llHam!! 34 Searle Rd., VVest Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wei! Roxbury Room Councilor, 25 Ambition, Navyg Hobby, Bicycling. Burinerr School JOHN A. HAMMOND "jack" 3 Austin St., Back Bay Martin, Roxbury Cadet Captain, 44 Room Cap- tain, 2, 3g Golf, 2, 3, 45 Cur- rent Events Club, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corpsg Hobby, Model Airplanes. U. S. Army Air Corps DAVID J. HARFIELD IlDaVe71 49 North Russell St., West End William Blaekrlone, Wert Ena' Honor Roll, 3, Ambition, Suc- cessg Hobby, Philntcly. Burinexx 38 WALTER P. HARGADON LII-Ia!-gy!! 15 Elder St., Dorchester Sl. Margarel's, Dorehesler Ambition, Electrical Engineer- ingg Hobby, Chemistry. General Elerlrie Company ROBERT D. HARRINGTON llHag0H 51 King St., Dorchester St. Mark'J, Dorfbester Ambition, S u C c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Forfe: LEO E. HARRIS lARed17 92 Landseer St., West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, West Roxbury Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corpsg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army JOHN W. HAWKINS glock" 3 Roslin t., Dorchester Woodrow Wilron, Dorchester Athletic Captain, 23 Football, 45 Ambition, Successg Hobby, Football. U. S. Marine Corpx FRANCIS X. HAYES "Frank" 175 Fuller St., Dorchester Gate of Heaven, Soullz Barton Room Captain, 4, Ambition, Successg Hobby, Swimming. Bzzrineu THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOHN A. HAYWARD, JR. 7 Carmody Ct., South Boston Berlin High,Berlin, N. H. Ambition, Successg Hobby, Art. U. S. Army NORMAN E. HEATH, JR. lLN0rmyY7 45 Gordon St., Allston W. H. Taft, Allxlon Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Philately. College ROBERT T. HEFFERNAN 'lHeff" 60 Fairbanks St., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton Room Captain, 4, Ambition, So- ciologyg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy Air Corfu JOHN F. HEIL AlJOhnnyY! 520 Sumner St., East Boston Our Lady of Auumplion, Earl Boylan Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corps, Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Navy CLIFFORD E. HELLER L'Cliff" 6 Perham St., VVest Roxbury Berwiek High, Berwiek, Penn. Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corps Hobby, Sports. College CLASS OF 1943 ARTHUR F. HENNESSEY "Bones" 24 Tileston St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, Success, Hobby, Rol' ler Skating. Busineu HARRY L. HENNESSY 231 Park St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Derehesler Football, 3, 4g Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Army HARRY B. HEWEY 86 Searle Rd., VVest Roxbury R. C. Shaw, Wes! Roxbury Honor Roll, 2g Cadet Lieuten- ant,4gAmbition,ForestrygHob- by, Photography. College HERBERT A. J. HICKEY "Peter" 29 Adams St., Dorchester Sl. Peler'5, Dorehexfer Reeord, 44 Ambition, Success Hobby, Sailing. Boston College M. NOEL HOEY 328 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown Sl. Francis de Salei, Charlenown Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. Bmineu 39 WILLIAM R. HOGARTY 15 Orchard St., jamaica Plain Sl. Thomas, Yonwieu Plain Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Business EDWIN F. HOPFGARTEN ttbidv, 4 Alaric St., West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wes! Roxbznj' Glee Club, 34 Ambition, Suc- cess: Hobby, Sports. U. N. Const Guard JOHN F. HOYT ..HOy,, 27 Mather St., Dorchester St. M1zrk's, Dorehester IA", Honor Roll, I g Room Coun- cilor, 2, Record, 2, Ambition, Telephonyg H ob b y, Photog- raphy. College ROY F. HUNT "Big Royll 245 Bowdoin St., Dorchester Si. Peler's, Dorehester Room Captain, 2g Room Coun- cilor, 1, Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, S u c c e s sq Hobby. Sports. Business Sehool JOHN F. HURLEY ...lacki- 80 Hunnewell Ave., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighlon Senior Dance Com niittee, Chair- mang Ambition, Avizltiong Hob- by, Football. U. S. .flrmy 40 SUMNER HURWITZ UI-Ierkyvv 44 Hosmer St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Mallapan Honor Roll, 3, Ambition, Suc- cessg Hobby, Sports. Business EDWARD HYMOFF "Eddie" 59 Wilcock St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Mallupan Record, 2, 3, Room Captain, 3g Am bition, Aeronautics, Hobby, Reading. Cambridge ffunior College MYRON R. IDELSON llMike1Y 25 Stratton St., Dorchester I". V. Thompson, Dorehesler IA", Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4g History Club, 4g Am- bition, Businessg Hobby, Sports. Universily of Pennsylvania JOSEPH P. IPPOLITO ' Allppyil 8 Lewis St., North End Mielzelangelo, Norlh End ZA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, F 8: D, 2A"'g Honor Roll, 2, 34 Lawrence Prize, F K D, 2, 3, Ambition, Accounting. Boston Universily ALFRED H. ISENBERG MAI!! 233 W. Selden St., Mattapan F. V. Thompson, Maltapun Honor Roll, 2, 3g Individual Prize Drill, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 43 Ambition, Aeronautics, Hob- by, Model Planes. M. I. T. THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JACOB ISENSTEIN it-Iakew 18 Deering Rd., Dorchester Solomon Le-vvenberg, Dorchester French Club, 3, Room Captain, 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambi- tion, Engineering, H o b b y, Chemistry. Tuffy College WILLIAM B. JACKSON uBillyvr 73 Sterling St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Mechanics, Hobby, Football. Bminexx THEODORE B. JACOBS WI-edu 23 Greenock St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Dorflzexter Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Current Events Club, 2, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Curren t Events. College MURRAY A. JACOBSON ttllaken 16 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton W. H. Tafl, Brighton ZA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Ambi- tion, Aeronautical Engineering, Hobby, Model Airplanes. M. I. T. M YRON I. JAFFE "Mike" 19 Outlook Rd.,Matt:1pan Public Lulin, Roxbury Laboratory Asst., 4, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, Ambition, Electrical Engineering, Hobby, Photogra- Phy- M.1.T. CLASS OF 1943 ARNOLD W. JAMES 143 Harold St., Roxbury Le-wir, Roxbury Individual Prize, 3, Track, 2, 3 Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby Sports. Brown University EVERETT T. JAMESON iiblitnmyvv 96 Aukland St., Dorchester Edward Everelt, Dorelzester Ambition, Business, Hobby, Skating. U. S. Navy GUY JOHNSON 32 Martin St., West Roxbury Bayride High H o n 0 r Roll, 3, Football, 4, Track, 3, 4, Ambition, Engineer- ing, Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marine Corp: PAUL L. JOHNSON "Swede" 17 Dix St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilton, Dorehexter Ambition, Success, Cadet Lieut- enant,4, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy JOHN H. JONES "Red" 95 Union Park St., South End Cullzedrul, South End Ambition, Success, Hobby, Football. Bufiness 41 5 JOSEPH JOSEPH IIJO JOY! 13 Hecla St., Dorchester Mather, Dorehester IA", Honor Roll, 1, Track, 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Sports. Northeastern CARROLL H. KAPILIAN ' llKappy77 10 Ericsson St., Allston W. H. Taft, Allston Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, Stenographyg Hobby, Sports. Bu.vine.f.t STANLEY N. KAPLAN .IIKappyYI . 124 Washington St., Brighton Publif Lalin Roxbur i .Y 1A4'g Ambition, Collegeg Hobby, Scouting. U. S. Army MARTIN R. KARLIN IAB0b7Y 42 Mascot St., Dorchester Dorelzerler High, Dorchester Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Guns. U. S. Navy Air Corp: NICHOLAS G. KARTHAS IINick71 63 Whitney St., Roxbury Marlin, Roxbury Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten ant, 4, French Club, 35 Avia- tion, 3, Stamp Club, 3, Ambi tion, Success, Hobby, Music. U. S. Armed Forte.: 42 KOREN K. KASABIAN nKay,. 387 Faneuil St., Brighton IV. H. Tafl, Brighlon Football, 2, 3, 4CEjg Track, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Ambi- tion, Athletic Coachingg Hobby, Sports. College BARSAM KASHISH "Barsien S36 Dudley St., Roxbury O'Iz'rien, Roxbury 1A'fg Cadet Lieutenant, 45 Hon- or Roll, 2, Athletic Captain, 13 Ambition, Diesel Fngineeringq Hobby, Sports. Ill. I. T. NATHAN KASHUK HNMH 38 S. Russell St., West End Willifzm Blaekstone, We.vt End Cadet Captain, 4, Trick Squad, 1, 2, 34 Honor Guard, 25 Ambi- tion, Marine Air Corps, Hobby, Militia. U. S. Marine Corp: KASPAR KASPARIAN "Turk" 18 Bartlett St., Charlestown C. R. Edwards, Charlestown IA", Ambition, Success: Hobby Sports. U. S. Army FREDERICK W. KAWAM "Fred" 70 Adamson St., Allston Publis Latin, Roxbury Ambition, C o l l e g eg Hobby Reading. College THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL 1 MAURICE N. KAZANJIAN ll KayYY 491 Beacon St., Back Bay North Quiney High, Qluiney Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sailing. College THOMAS J. KEANE "Buster" 170 Hamilton St., Dorchester Sl. Peter'.r, Dorchester Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army EDWARD P. KEHOE iAEddyY1 448 Gallivan Blvd., Dorchester Woodrow Wilxon, Dorchester Military Science, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Automobile Mechanics. Business MILTON F. KEIZER 25 Waumbeck St., Roxbury Lewis, Roxbury Track, 2, 3, Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Sports. Tuflx FRANCIS P. KELLEY MJHZZYY 88 Fisher Ave., Roxbury Martin, Roxbury Ambition, Salesm anship, Hob- by, Football. Buxiness CLASS OF 1943 FRANCIS X. KELLEY "Kell" 13 Lexington St., Charlestown St. Calherinehf, Charlexlown 2A:", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 2, 3, Room Coun- cilor,3, Record, 2,3, Cadet Lieu- tenant,4, Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marine Corp: ROBERT B. KELLEY llB0b1Y 19 Frost Ave., Dorchester St. Annhv, Doreherter Athletic Captain, 2, 3, Individ- ual Prize, 1, 2, 3, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corp: JAMES F. KELLY Album!! 345 Centre St., Jamaica Plain Cheveruy, j'arnaifa Plain Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Sports. College JAMES P. KELLY KIKSIYY 60 Dix St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorehexler 1A:':, French Club, 3, Secretary, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Agriculture, Hobby, Sports. Maxx. State College PHILIP T. KELLY likely, 460 Geneva Ave., Dorchester St. iWark':, Dorehesler Military Science, 4, Dance Com- mittee, 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corps, Hobby, Music. U. S. Navy Air Corps 43 WILLIAM J. KENNEALLY "Bill" 238 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury Sl. 7ohn's, Roxbury Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy CHARLES J. H. KENNEY "Chopper" 98 Mercer St., South Boston Sl. Afuguslinehv, South Boslon 2A":, Lawrence Prizes, BQIQ, H, F 81 D, CID, Kill, Individual Drill, QZQ, Record, 2, Business Manager, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. Business FRANCIS J. KENNEY "Frannie" 147 Forest Hills St., Jamaica Plain Our Laafv ofLourdes, yamaiea Plain Switchboard, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH W. KILROY "Rocko" 7 Vassar St., Dorchester Prinee, Bark Bay Track, 1, 2, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Books. U. S. Naqy ROGER P. KINEAVY lIR0gYY 33 Round Hill St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, 7amaiea Plain Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy 44 JOSEPH E. KIRBY 4410611 8 Rowe St., Roslindale IV. Irving, Roxbury Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marine Corps JACK KISNER "Kenton" 56 TopliE St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorelzester Alumni Committee, 4, Reford, 4, Current Events Club, 3, Am- bition, Orchestra, Hobby, Music. Boston Universzly ALTON E. KNIGHT 'lAltie" 32 Abbott St., Dorchester Holmes, Dorehester Ambition, Militia, Hobby, Mu- sic. Virginia Mzlztar,x' Instilule JOHN F. KOEN nlackn 29 Glen Rd., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of Lourdes, ffamaiea Plain Room Captain, 4, Hockey, 3, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. Business ARTHUR H. KOLSTI 19 Long Ave., Allston W. H. Tzjl, Brzghlon IAX, Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Cap- tain, 4, Rifle Team, 2, Tennis, 3, Ambition, U. Navy, Hob- by, Camping. College THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL SHAIA KRINSKY "Kenny" 38 Mattapan St., Mattapan Dorclzerfer Hzgb, Dorrlzexfer Ambition, Aeronautical E n g i- neeringg Hobby, Singing. College ROBERT A. KUPPENS LLB0bYY 3968 VVashington St., Roslindule Irvzng, Rorlzndole IA", Honor Roll, 23 Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, French Club,3g Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Sports. Boslon Colfege SAMUEL LACK "Sam" 73 Phillips St., YVest End lVz!!iom Blackstone, lifes! End 2A:'fg Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. Buximxvr BRUCE LAFFEY 223 Harvard Ave., Allston Prime, Bark Boy SA", Lawrence Prize, E 3, H, 34 Music, 4-g Honor Roll, 2, 35 Ambition, T h e a t r eg Hobby, Music. Blljilitkfj JOHN LAFFIN "Eddie" 23 Belden St., Dorchester Runoff, Dorrbesler Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Football. Bmilzerx CLASS OF 1943 PAUL W. LAFFIN 23 Belden St., Dorchester Rzmxell, Dorcberler Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Baseball. Busznesr HERBERT LAHAM "Harry" 270 Shawmut Ave., South End Abraham Lznroln, South End Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corps, Hobby, Football. U. S. Navy ROBERT J. LANIGAN "Fu7zy" 67 Centre St., Roxbury f7o5.epb Tzmilqv, Roxbury Ambition, F. B. l., Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marine Corfu' GERALD J. LEAVER "Gerry" 59 Dewey St., Dorchester Sl. f7obn'.f, Roxbury Honor Roll, lg Fencing, 1, 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, Teaching, Hobby, Sports. Borron College EDGAR Y. N. LEE "Pipsqueak" 100 Hudson St., South End nlbrahzzm Linfofn, South End SA", Honor Roll, 2, 3: Lawrence Prize, F 8 D, 2, 34 Camera Club, Vice President, 3, Cadet Licu- tenant, 45 Room Councilor, 4, Student Council, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Sports. IW. 1. T. 45 RICHARD L. LEE "Dick" 56 Freemont St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenherg, Dorehefler Rifle Club, 2, Current Events Club, 4, Stamp Club, 4, Ambi- tion, Drafting, Hobby, VVooCl- working. Business PETER A. LENTINI "Pete" 6 Franklin Pl., Roslindale Dearborn, Roxhury IAX, H. R., 1, 2, Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 1, Ambition, Naval Aviation, Hobby, Pho- tography. U. S. Navy ROBERT J. LEUPOLD llBob7! 17 McBride St., Jamaica Plain Boslon College High, Sonlh End Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Sports. Northeaslern JOHN J. LEVERONI "Johnnie" 358 Arborway, Jamaica Plain Sl. Thomas, jornaieo Plain Honor Roll, 1, 2, Room Repre- sentative, 3, Ambition, Law, Hobby, Music. Holy Crosr ROBERT J. LEVINS llBObIY 125 Draper St., Dorchester Cleveland, llorehesler Stamp Club, 2, Secretary and Treasurer, 3, Vice President, 4, French Club, 3, 4, Ambition, Chemical Engineering, Hobby, Chemistry. Pos! Grezdunle 46 BERTRAND F. LEWIS "Bert" 692 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Drum and Bugle Corps, 3, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Foot- ball. Business MARVIN C. LEWIS HM. C." 14 Brookview St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenherg, Dorehexler Stamp Club, President, 4, Avia- tion, 2, Volunteer Training Corps, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambition, Business, Hobby, Photography. College JOHN H. LOGUE lIJOhnnylY 51 Pontiac St., Roxbury Our Laffy of Perpetual Help, Roxbury IA", Camera Club, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Photography. Boxlon College JOHN L. LOMBARD llLurnYY 30 Howe St., Dorchester Mather, Dorehexter Athletic Captain, 4, Hockey, 4, Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy ALFRED R. LOTTERO ILFI-ed!! 194 London St., East Boston BarneJ,EastBo.rlon Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Ambition, Electrical En- gineering, Hobby, Pigeons. College THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL WILLIAM E. LOUGHNANE "Bill" 331B Centre St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, ffonzoiea Plain ZA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Athletic Captain, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT F. LOVEZZOLA "Lovey" 73 Barnes Ave., East Boston St. Lumrus, East Boston 4A4', Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Law- rence Prizes, F Sz D, 2, H I, Room Councilor, 3, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, Rifle Club, 2, Labor- atory Asst., 4, Library, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Hockey. College DAVID I. LOWELL "Dave" 108 Brooks St., Brighton Garfield, Brighton Honor Roll, 2, Track, Manager, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambi- tion, C h e mic al Engineering, Hobby, Photography. College JOSEPH T. LYNCH "Dodo" 22 Bromley Park, Jamaica Plain Cheverus, Yomuieo Plain Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH B. LYONS i.Red,f 4 Shafter St., Dorchester Puhlie Latin, Roxhurlv IAP, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Am- bition, Aeronautical Engineer- ing, Hobby, Track. Boston College CLASS OF 1943 GEORGE F. MacKAY lLMaCYY I9 Boutwell St., Dorchester Cleveland, Dorchester lA', Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, Ambition, Meteorol- ogy, Hobby, Sports. NI. I. T. VINCENT H. MacMILLAN lAVinYY 304 Newbury St., Back Bay Prince, Buck Bay Ambition, Avi ation, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Flying Corps FRANCIS X. MacPI-IERSON "ScottyH 33 Plainfield St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomas, ffurnaiea Plain Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. Business DAVID J. MAHONEY "Dave" 82 Dustin St., Brighton St. Mur,y's, Charlestown Football, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Room Councilor, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Skating. Business FERRIS MALOOF uFel-ryvv 59 E. Brookline St., South End Dwight, South End Current Events, 4, Ambition, Business, Hobby, Sports. Business 47 ALBERT MANEVITCH "Al" 44 Clarkwood St., Mattzlpan Tlzompron, Dorchznw' Honor Roll, 2, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Baseball. Buriness JOHN MANLICH "Jack " 1150 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester Prime, Book Boy Cadet Lieuten an t, 4, Room Councilor, 4, Ambition, Medi- cine, Hobby, Photography. College HAROLD W. MANNING "Harry" 1422 Columbus Ave., Roxbury Yoieplz Timilfy, Roxburv IAA, Honor Roll, 2, Lawrence Prize, F 8 D, 3, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Army. U. S. Army BERJ MARANJIAN 398 Centre St., ,lzunaiea Plain Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Model Airplanes. U. S. Nozgv ELLIOT P. MARKOWSKY "Mark" 26 Irving St., West End 1Vil!iam Blzzflestorze, IVe.tt End Ambition, Law, Hobby, NVork. College 48 THOMAS P. MARTIN WI-Omu 11 Lexington St., Charlestown Sl. Cwlllflffillfyj Cfzarlexlown , Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Marines DAVID M. MARZYNSKI "Many" 35 Greycliff Rd., Brighton T. fl. Edison, Brighlon Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Sports. Collcgc' ROY F. MASASCHI "Red" 17 Rocky Nook Ter., Jamaica Plain C.en!roIf7r. High, Methuen, Maxx. 5A"', Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Law- ence Prize, F 81 D, 1, 2, Room Councilor, 1, 2, 3, Rerord, 2, Ambition, Aviation, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naty WALTER A. MASCIOLI "Wally" 35 Grayson St., Dorchester Woodrow llfilxon, Dorchefler Honor Roll, 2, Record, 2, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Photog- raphy. 1x707'lh6'tlJl67'77 PAUL H. MASON "Herbie" 8 Groom St., Dorchester Hu mplzrey, Dorrlzesler Dance Committee, 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL LOUIS H. MAURER "Louie" 4 VVoodward Pk., Dorchester Hugh O'Brien, Roxbury Ambition, U.S.Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. Business RICHARD C. MAURIELLO llDickYI 10 Grove St., VVest End William Blackstone, West End Ambition, U.S. Army Corpsg Hobby, Philately. U. S. Army CHARLES E. MAY "Chuck" 44 Fox St., Dorchester Edward Everett, Dorchester Room Captain, 35 Stamp Club, 2g Ambition, Travel, Hobby, Sports. Business DOMINIC J. MAZZIO uzickyn 49 Chelsea St., East Boston Donald Mae Kay, East Boston 1A"'g Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambi- tion, Accountingg Hobby, Sports College DOMENICK MAZZOTA ..D0m,, 30 Hemenwa St Back Ba Y -y Y Drury High, Fall River, Mass. 1A"'g Baseball Managerg Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Music. M. I. T. CLASS OF 1943 JOHN T. MCCABE ILMHCYY 91 Clifton St., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Dorchester 2A"g Room Councilor, 25 Honor Roll, 2, 34 Record, 25 Ambition, Aviationg Hobby, Model Air- planes. U. S. Navy CHARLES J. MCCANN llI-leftyvll 40 Monastery Rd., Brighton T. Al. Edison, Brighton Ambition, Baseball, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Zlflarine Corps FREDERICK T. MCCARTHY "Fritz" 68A St. South Boston St. Peter and Paul's S. Boston 2A1"g Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Cap- tain, 4g Library Corps, 3, Record, 3g Ambition, U.S. Army Aviation Corps: Hobby, Radio. Business JAMES A. MCCARTHY lIRedY! 14 Edgerly Rd., Back Bay Prince,Barlc Bay Lawrence Prize, K2, 25 Fencing, Zg Cadet Lieutenant, 43 Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Fencing. Business WILLIAM F. MCCARTHY LLMCYY 53 Pleasant Hill Ave., Dorchester Public Latin, Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Forces 49 TERENCE J. MCCLOSKEY "Terry" 2 Prentiss Rd., West Roxbury Pualif Latin Roxbur y Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Sketching. U. S. Naval dir Corpx FRANCIS F. MCCONE "Mickey" 1026 Boylston St., Back Bay Prime, Back Bay Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 45 Athletic Captain, 1, 4g Current Events Club, 4, Ambi- tion, U. S. Army Aviation, Hob- by, Sports. Norwielz University FRANCIS P. MCCORMICK "Mack" 632 E. Seventh St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, South Barton Track, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, U.S. Army Air Corpsg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army JOHN W. MCCUE IIMaCY1 75 Pierce Ave., Dorchester Sl. Ann'.r, Nepomet Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Record, 4, Ambition, Successg Hobby, Music. College THOMAS J. MCDONNELL 59 Pontiac St., Roxbury OurLady of Perpetual Help, Rox. Ambition, S ci e n c eg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy 50 R. M. MCDONOUGH HRZWH 27 Topliff St., Dorchester Dearborn, Roxbury Track, 45 Ambition, Boston Fire Dcpartmentg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Forces THOMAS A. MCGAGH 49 Codman Hill Ave., Dorchester St. Cregorvhr, Dorrherler Honor Roll, lg Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4g Ambition, Success, Hob- by, Sports. College THOMAS J. MCGAGH MT- J.vv 139 Fuller St., Dorchester Sl. Malllzewhv, Dorrllerter Aviation, 1, 2, 3, Cadet Cap- tain, 4g Ambition, Architectureg Hobby, Aviation. Norllzearlern JOSEPH A. WCGILLIVRAY .. ac.. 14 Kenwood St., Dorchester SI. finrfr, Nepome! Ambition, Building, Hobby, Dancing. U. S. Navy THOMAS P. MCGOURTY llMaCYY 230 Minot St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilfon, Dorrlzerter 1A'fg Cadet Lieutenant, 43 Am- bition, Successg Hobby, Sports. College THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ARTHUR W. MCGOVERN iiArtvv 6 Parkman St., Dorchester Crover Cleveland, Dorflzerler Photography, 3, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4g Ambition, Business, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Naval Aviation GERALD F. MCGOVERN ll-Ierryll 16 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton Sl. Columbkillfr, Brighlon Honor Roll, lg Individual Drill, 1, 2, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naoy WILLIAM F. MCGUIRK ll Redll 15 Peverell St., Dorchester Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant 4, Track, 33 Ambition, Teaching, Hobby, Economics. State Teaelzer.-' College JAMES T. MCHUGH llMacY1 22 Spalding St., Jamaica Plain Sl. Thomas, Yarnaiea Plain Cadet Lieutenant, 45 Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College GEORGE F. MCINNIS lAMacYY 250 Princeton St., East Boston Sacred Hearf, East Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambition, U.S. Navy Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naval Arr Corps. CLASS OF 1943 RICHARD MCKINNON ll ed!! 64 Hyde Park Ave., Jamaica Pl. Parkman, Forex! Hills' Football, 3, 4g Ambition, Mec- chanical Engineering, Hobby, Chemistry. Bafiness THOMAS D. MCLAY ..Red., 31 Granville St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilton, Dorelzesler Reeord, 34 Ambition, Mechani- cal Engineering, Hobby, Sports. College WILLIAM C. MCMAHAN llMac1Y 46 Walnut St., Dorchester Sl. Annlv, Neponsel Honor Roll, 2, 3: French Club, 24 Reeord, 3g Business Manager, 4, 3A"g Athletic Chairman, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Library, 4, Ambition, Accountingg Hobby, Bookkeeping. Botlon Univerrity CORNELIUS P. MCMAHON AAI-Ia!-pon 24 Eastburn St., Brighton Sl. Colurnokillefr, Brighton Athletic Captain, 2, 35 Baseball, 3CEjg Football, 2, 3,4 CED, Hockey, 43 Ambition, Profes- sional Footballg Hobby, Sports. Buxinesr ROBERT W.bMcMAHON KIBO Y' 1980 Dorchester Ave., Dor. St. Cregorylv, Dorelzexter Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering, Hobby, Model Making. U. S. Army 51 JOHN B. MCMANUS "Mac" 9 Appleton Ter., Watertown St. .4nn's, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College JOHN E. MCMANUS ILMMIY 11 Narragansett St., Dorchester Sl. Ann'5, Dorehexler Ambition, Chemical Engineering Hobby, Sports. Naalieal Training School WARREN B. MCNABB AADOCT! 35 Nikisch Ave., Roslindale Irving, Roslindale Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College ALEXANDER J. MCNAIR liMaCY7 1112 Hyde Park Ave., H. P. Sl. Raplzael'.v, Hyde Park Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Sports. ROBERT T. MCPHERSON HMM., 15 Rocky Nook Ter., Jamaica Plain Our Laaiv of Lourdes, :Yamaha Plain 2A"', Honor Roll, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize, F Sz D, 2, Ambition, U.S. Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army 52 JOHN J. MCRUDIN llMaCIY 4 Sawyer Ave., Dorchestert SI. Mar,garel'5, Dorelzesler Song Committee, 4, Current Events Club, 3, Record, 4, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Bluinexx DONALD F. MCSWEENEY 44D0nH 863 Metropolitan Ave., Hyde Park Rogers, Hyde Park Ambition, Electricity, Hobby, Sports. lVork RICHARD J. MILLER "Dick" 34 Lane Pk., Brighton T. A. Edison, Briglzlon Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, En- gineering, Hobby, Sports. College GEORGE MILLMAN "Mill" 743 Tremont St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Stamp Club, 4, Current Events, Secre- tary, 4, Ambition, Chemistry, Hobby, Music. College LEONARD IA. MINIUTTI ll Aeniii 321 Norfolk Ave., Dorchester Russell, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Individual Prize Winner, 3, Ambition, Elec- tricity, Hobby, Sports. Business THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOSEPH S. MITCHELL, JR. ...Teen 16 Waumbeck St., Roxbury Rooffvelt, f7amaifa Plain Cadet Captain, 4, Room Cap- tain, 4, Track, 3fEj, Ambition, Chemical Research, Hobby, His- t0l'V. Harvard EDWARD W. MONTICONE "Eddie" 3 Baker Ct., Dorchester Ruxxell, Dorrhefter Ambition, U. S. Navy Radio Corps, Hobby, Radio. U. S. Navy DANIEL F. MORIARTY ..Dan,, 35 Tennyson St., VVcst Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wert Roxhury 1A3", Track, 3, Ambition, Elec- trical Engineering, Hobby, Phi- lately. College EDWARD J. MORIN "Eddie" 67 Roseclair St., Dorchester Sl. Margarel'5, Dorrherler Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Philately. U. S. Navy ROBERT J. MORRISON LIBObYY 11 Tip Top St., Brighton T. 11. Edison, Brighton Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy CLASS OF 1943 PATRICK A. MUCCI AlPatY! 175 Cottage St., East Boston St. Monk, Lynn 61-Xi", Lawrence Prize, B 1, Hon- or Roll, 2, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. xlrmy JOSEPH J. MURPHY njoe.. 230 O'Callaghan VVay, S. Boston f7ohn fl. Andrew, South Boston Drum and Bugle Corps, 2, 3, Anibition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. N. Navy PETER J. MURPHY "Murph" 269 VV. Fifth St., South Boston Sl. f4ug1z5tine'5, South Boston Lawrence Prize, F S D, Room Captain, 2, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Bu.vine.v.r WILLIAM J. MURPHY "Bill" 4 Rerrington St., Dorchester Sl. Mzzrlek, Dorchefler Student Council, 2, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4, Ambition, Electrical Engineering, Hobby, Photogra- phy. Businers ROBERT A. MURRAY "Bull" 23 Hemenway St., Back Bay Prinre, Back Bay Ambition, Priesthood, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Forces 53 CHARLES J. MYERS "Charlie" 520 LaGrange St., YV. Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wes! Roxbury Reeord Typist, 4, Ambition, Pho- tography, Hobby, Photography. Business LEWIS MYERS 291 Shawmut Ave., South End Sl. Peler's, St. Petersburg, Fla. Ambition, Aeronautical Engi- neering, Hobby, Photography. U. S. Army Corps RICHARD K. NAGLE "Dick" 370 Park St., VVest Roxbury R. G. Shaw, West Roxbury Track, 2, Football, 4, Ambition, Lawg Hobby, Radio. U. S. Navy EDWARD NAHAS lAEddyl1 19 Hanson St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End Currents Event Clubg Ambition, Successg Hobby, Football. Business WILLIAM F. NASTA 205 Salem St., North End Public Latin, Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Business 54 EDWARD C. NAZZARO "Eddie" 33 Peter Parley Rd., Jamaica Plain Marv E. Curley, ffamaiea Plain Track, 2g Stamp Club, 2, Cur- rent Events Clubg Ambition, Ar- chitectureg Hobby, Photography. U. S. Navy JOHN M. NEARY upudgen 79 Parkton Rd., jamaica Plain 2A"'g Honor Roll, 2, 3, Ambi- tion, Successg Hobby, Sports. Boston C ollege GEORGE W. NEGUS uparkyu 87 Waldeck St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 2, Drum and Bugle, 2, 3, 4g Reeorfl, 2, 3, Ambition, Accountingg Hobby, Sports. College DAVID NEUSTADT KlDavyYY 61 Normandy St., Roxbury P. T. Campbell, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4: Reeorzl, 3, 4, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Sports. Tufts MYRON NEWMAN lIMikeYl 26 Wilmore St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Dorehesler 1A"g Cadet Captain, 4, Track, 23 Laboratory Asst., 3, 4, Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Sports. College Tllli ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL MALCOLM O. NICHOLL "Mal" 8 Cambridge Ter., Allston W. H. Taft, Brighton Ambition, U. Merchant Ma- rine Corps, Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Airerzgfl School VINCENT P. NOBILE "Vinni" 661 Adams St., Dorchester Woodrow lVilJon, Dorehesler Fencing, 2, Track, 2, Football, 3, Alumni Committee, 4, V,T. U.,4, Ambition, Travel, Hobby, Football. Coifege ROY C. NORDEN "Swede" 49 Seymour St., Roslindale W. Irving, Rorlindole Football, 2, 3CEj, 4CED, Cap- tain, 4, Cadet Captain, 4, Pic- ture Committee, Chairman, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambi- tion, U. Navy, Hobby, Foot- ball. U. S. Navy THOMAS E. O'BRIEN "Obie" 253 E. Ninth St., South Boston P. T. Crzmpheff, Roxhury C a d e t Lieutenant, 4, Room Councilor, 4, Current Events C l u b, Secretary, 4, Ambition, Radio, Hobby, Sports. Bzwineyr WILLIAM C. ODOM "Bill" 7 Glenvale Ter., Jamaica Plain Our Loriv of Lourdw, ffzzmoiro Ploin 4A", Current Events Club, 3, French Club, 2, 3,4, Stamp Club 2, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Hockey, Asst. Manager, 4QEj, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize F SL D, 3, Track, 2, Record, 3, 4, Art Editor, 4, Yearbook, 3, 4, Ambition, Art, Hobby, Sports. Mor.t. Sehoo! of Ar! CLASS OF 1943 JOSEPH H. OFSTEIN lARed11 31 Goodale Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenherg, Matlopan Ambition,Metallurgy, Hobby, Chemistry. U. S. Army JAMES C. O'HARA 11-Iimmyiv 20 Dawson St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilton, Dorchester R oo m Councilor, 2, Picture Committee, 4, Football, 2, Ca- det Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, En- gineering, Hobby, Swimming. TMI: JOHN J. O'HARE 48 Hall St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomof, ffomoiea Plain Volunteer Training, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S Army, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army HUBERT F. O'HEARN llHueyYY 616 Saratoga St., East Boston St. Marylv, Eos! Boston Ambition, Airplane Mechanics, Hobby, Philately. U. S. Marine Corpx PETER J. O'MALLEY "Pete" 50 Evans St., Dorchester Sl. Calherinekr, Charlextown Room Captain, 2, Room Coun- cilor, 3, Executive Committee, 3, 4, French Club, 2, Military Science, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army 55 JOHN T. O'NEIL nlohnnyvv 8 Duncan Pl., Dorchester Grover Clevelanfl, Dorchester Military, 4, Ambition, U.S. Army, Hobby, Sports. Norlheastern MICHAEL A. OPIDEE "Mike" 6 Chelsea St., East Boston Donald Me Kay, East Boston Volunteer Service, 4, C a d e t Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Reading. Business HAROLD OREL ATI-lalll 26 Lorne St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenberg, Dorrhesfer C a d e t Lieutenant, 4, Reeord, Editor-in-Chief, 4, Ambition, Journalism, Hobby, Photogra- Phy- . . . Columbia Unzverszly BRUCE OSTAR 20 Village St., South End Abraham Linroln, South End Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Woodworking. College IRVING I. OSTROV ccosstyn 85 Chambers St., VVest End William Blackslone, Wes! End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Sports. College 56 ARMANDO PALMIERI IKMHOYY 6 Florence St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant 4, Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hobby, Swimming. U. S. Marine Corps JOHN N. PANZETTA upanzyn 31 Bonad Rd., West Roxbury William Blaokslone, West End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Aviation, Hobby, Airplane Mod- eling. Business JOSEPH PASCISCIA KL-Ioelf 144 Chelsea St., East Boston Barnes, East Boslon Cadet Captain, 4, Trick Squad, 2, 3, 4, Volunteer Training, 4, Honor Guard, 3, French Club, 3, 4, Track, 2, Room Councilor, 4, Student Council, Vice Presi- dent, 4, Current Events Club, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Air Corps JOHN A. PASOUALETTO Alpatsyrv 95 London St., East Boston Donald Me Kay, East Boston Military Science, 4, Current Events, 4, Ambition, Stenogra- phy, Hobby, Billiards. U. S. Army ROBERT F. J. PAUL ..B0b,, 12 Zamora Ct., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, yamaica Plain Ambition, C o u r t Reporting, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL SIGURD C. PERSSON lLSigY! 58 Gray St., South End Prinee, Baelz Bay C a d e t Lieutenant, 4g Current E v e n t s Club, 4g Ambition, Draftingg Hobby, Hockey. College FRED H. PLOTNER nskipn 25 Hemenway St., Back Bay Tioga, North Dakota 1A"g Honor Roll, 1g Reeord, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 1, 23 Ambi- tion, Technical Engineering, Hobby, Radio. Northeastern GEORGE F. POLAND 64 Northampton St., South End Champlain, Dorehefter Cadet Captain, 45 Honor Roll, 23 Fencing, 2g Rilie Club, 2, Ath- letic Captain, 4, Ambition, Tra- velg Hobby, Meteorology. College RALPH J. POLCARI upolkyu 232 Hanover St., North End Michelangelo, North End SA", Lawrence Prize, L lg Ca- det Lieutenant, 43 Honor Roll, 2g Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College WILLIAM AHPOLLOCK llBi YY 67 Temple St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorehester Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Stamp, 4g Current Events Club, 4, Am- bition, Aeronautical Drafting: Hobby, Airplanes. Northeastern CLASS OF 1943 MARTIN H. RABINOVITZ 'AMarty" 62 Myrtle St., VVest End I'Villia1n Blaehftone, Wert End 4A'g Honor Roll, 2, 34 Law- rence Prize, F 84 D, E 25 Cadet Captain,4g Ambition, Teaching Hobby, Reading, Tennis. College JOSEPH P. RATTIGAN KKJOSYY 32 Atkins St., Brighton T. A. Edifon, Brighton Honor Roll, 2g Track, 3, 4g Cur- rent Events Club, 33 Class Sec- retary-Treasurer, 3, 4, Ambition, Engineeringg Hobby, Sports. Horton College STEPHEN N. RAYNER "Steve" 6 Auburn St., Roxbury Le-wif, Roxbury Track, 4, Ambition, Engineer- ing, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Air Corps WILLIAM F. REAGAN ILBH111 29 Glide St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilron, Dorehester Cadet Captain, 4g Class Presi- dent, 3g Alumni Committee, Chairman, 4, Stamp Club, 2g Athletic Captain, 33 Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Philately. Harvard ARTHUR K. REALE 77 Pleasant Hill Ave., Dorchester St. Gregorykv, Dorchester Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps 57 FRANCIS X. REMMES x1Remyr1 50 Nahant Ave., Dorchester St. f1nn'.f, Nepome! Football, 3, 45 Ambition, Suc- cessg Hobby, Sports. Business' CHARLES E. RICHARDSON "Charlie" 24 West Walnut Pk., Roxbury Theodore Rooxevell, Roxbury Room Councilor, 2, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4g Honor Roll, 2, 35 Am- bition, Electrical Engineeringg Hobby, War News. Tufts PETER W. RICHARDSON "Pete" 299 Marlborough St., Back Bay Concord High, Coneord, Maxx. Record, 3, 4g Ambition, U. S. Army Aviation Corps, Hobby, Chemistry Apparatus. U. S. Army Air Corps MATTHEW J. RILEY "Red" 98 Safford St., Hyde Park St. finnelf, Reodville, Maxx. Orchestra, 24 Glee Club, 25 Room Captain, 3g Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4g Ambition, U. S. Army Radio Corps, Hobby, Radio. Maxx. Radio School BARRETT RING 43 Woolson St., Mattapan Public Sehool No. 217, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Photogra- phy. College 58 SEBASTIAN F. RIO llSebYY 24 McDonough Way, S. Boston Bigelow, South Boslon Honor Roll, 2, 35 Cadet Cap- tain, 4g Orchestra, 2g Ambition, Mechanical Engineering, Hob- by, Sports. N orlheartern HERBERT F. RIORDAN, JR. "Herb" 39 Kenneth St., West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, West Roxbury Room Councilor, 2g Baseball, 2, 3, Track, 4, Ambition, Success: Hobby, Sports. Teehnieal School EDWARD R. ROBACZEWS KI "Polark" 89 Salem St., North End Sl. Mary'J, North End Ambition, U. S. Marine Corpsg Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Murine Corps GORDON A. ROBERTS "Sketchy" 35 Overlook Rd., West Roxbury R. G. Show, West Roxbury Honor Roll, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Baseball, 2, 3CEjg Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Sports. College JOSEPH A.JROBICHAUD ll oe!! 52 Custer St., Jamaica Plain St. Thomm, Ydmaieo Plain Drum and Bugle Corps, Drum Prize, 3g Ambition, Aeronauti- cal Engineeringg Hobby, Skat- ing. Businefs THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL JOSEPH R. ROCHA 1110611 118 Harrishof St., Roxbury Lewis, Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Music. College JASON G. ROSEN IIROSYYY 79 Deering Rd., Mattapan Solomon Lewenherg, Dorehester Ambition, Engineeringg Hobby, Photography. N ortheostern CALVIN R. ROSENBERG I I Bob!! 509 Park Drive, Back Bay HarvardSl. Sehool,Lueonia, New Hampshire Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Swimming. College SAMUEL ROSENFIELD llsamm 15 Ruthven St., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Library, 3, 4g Ambition, Medicineg Hobby, Swimming. Tufls JOSEPH ROSIN "Jackie" 39 Union Park, South End Rice, South End Honor Roll, 1, 2: Cadet Lieu- tenant, 43 Ambition, Aeronau- tical Engineering, Hobby, Sports. Miehigun College CLASS OF 1943 JOHN A. ROSSI "Ross" 58 Snow Hill St., North End Miehelangelo, Norlh End Cadet Captain, 45 Individual Prize, 3, Ambition, Orchestrag Hobby, Composing Music. College LEONARD S. RUBIN :LI-,ennyn 59 West Selden St., Dorchester Mofher, Dorehester Honor Roll, 2, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 45 Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Pictures. Business NORMAN I. RUBINOVITZ A'Rube" 36 Gerald Rd., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton 1A'q Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Mu- sic, 35 Ambition, Radio, Hobby, Photography. Emerson College GEORGE W. RYAN "Gena-rl' 103 St. Rose St., jamaica Plain Sl. Thomus, ffamaiea Plain Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 1, 3, Room Councilor, lg Record, lg Ambition, Music, Hobby, Drums. College JOHN F. RYAN "Pete" 196 VVachusett St., Forest Hills PIITRWIHVI, Fares! Hills Ambition, S u e c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy 59 WILLIAM J. RYAN usluggn 291 Corey St., West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, West Roxbury Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. Business MELVIN SACK "Mike" 19 Deering Rd., Mattapan Public Latin, Roxbury 1A"g Honor Roll, 24 Lawrence Prize, M 1g Ambition, Phar- macy, Hobby, Mechanics. Mass. College of Pharmacy EDWARD SANDLER "Eddie" 15 Duke St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Ambition, Businessg Hobby, Music. Pennsylvania State LOUIS A. SANGIOLO llLouYY 356 Washington St., Dorchester Oliver W. Holmes, Dorchester IAA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Engi- neeringg Hobby, Sports. Mass. Inst. of Technology WILLIAM F. SANTRY 'LBill" 840 Broadway, South Boston Nazareth, South Boston Honor Roll, 1, 23 Track, 3, Base- ball, Manager, 3, 4QEj Ambi- tion, Success, Hobby, Sports. College 60 ANGELO J. SARDELLA "Sardine" 288 Sumner St., East Boston Donald lllc Kay, East Boston 2A", Honor Roll, 3, Cadet Lieu- tenant, 4g Executive Committee, 4, Ambition, Successg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy MILTON M. SARVER "Milt" 17 South Margin St., VVest End William Blackstone, West End Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Alrnzed Forces JORDAN M. SAUNDERS njordyn 101 Kilsyth Rd., Brighton T. Al. Edison, Brighton Room Captain, 4g Record, 4, Ca- det Lieutenant, 4g Ambition,Ac- countingg Hobby, Photography. College BENJAMIIE A. SAVOIA ll enll 129 Gladstone St., East Boston St. Lazarus, East Boston Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Swimming. Business THOMAS R. SCANLAN, JR. 190 Hillside St., Roxbury Mission, Roxbury 1AA'g Honor Roll, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize, M 2, Switchboard, 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Aeronautical En- gineering, Hobby, Nature Study. WI. I. T. THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ANTHONY R. SCAPICCHIO l1'I'0nyYY 102 Salem St., North End Miehelangelo, North End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Room Cap- tain, 3, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Afir Corps ALVIN I. SCHIFF "SchiHie" 165 Harvard St., Dorchester Holmes, Dorrlzexler 2A:", Honor Roll, 2, Record, 4, Bugle Corps, 1, 2, 3, Drum Ma- jor, 4, Voluntary Training, 4, Music, 2, 3, Current Events Club, 3, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Sports. Harvard JOSEPH A. SCHIPANI "Sharpy" 23 White St., East Boston Donald llfle Kay, Eaft Boston Track, Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Photography. U. S. Navy ALLAN W. SCHWARTZ MAI!! 1880 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton T. fi. Ediron, Brighton Camera Club, 3, Band, 3, Track, 3, Football, 4, Volunteer Train- ing, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Hunt- ing. U . S. Armed Force: IRVING A. SWARTZ ..Kid,, 7 VVildwood St., Dorchester IV. Irving, Roxlindale Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Orchestra, 3, Ambition, Msuic, Hobby, Music. College CLASS OF 1943 HERBERT K. SEDLIN HH. K." 11 Elmore St., Roxbury Lewis, Roxbury 3A3", Lawrence Prize, F St D, 2, Aviation, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Army RICHARD E. SEXTON "Dick" 115 Neptune Rd., East Boston Clzeverus, Eart Boston Track, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy C. E. SGOURAKES "Connie" 36 Ridgewood St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorrhexler Aviation, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. Norlheaxlern EDWARD D. SHAFER "Eddie" 33 Garden St., VVest End Normandin, NewBedford, Mass. Honor Roll, 1, Cadet Lieuten- ant, 4, Ambition, Bacteriology, Hobby, Reading. Harvard THOMAS G. SHANNON "Flash" 231 VVillow St., XVest Roxbury R. G. Sha-w, Wexl Roxburv Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Literature. Buriness 61 WILLIAM .LHSHANNON llBi Y, 10 VVelton Rd., West Roxbury llflary E. Curley, ffamaiea Plain Band, 2, 3, 4, Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Glee Club, 3, 4g Current Events Club, 4, French Club, 2, 3, Football, 43 Room Captain, 3g Ambition, Priesthood, Hobby Music. College ALLEN F. SHARP usharpyn 3 McCormick Sq., East Boston Our Lady of Assumption, East Boston Honor Roll, 1g Cadet Captain, 4g Reeord, 25 Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy EDWARD F. SHERMAN 49 Sharon St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 45 Ambition, U. S. Forestry Service, Hobby, Photography. Business ALBERT W. SIDLINGER IABUHYY 111 Union St., Brighton William Blackstone, West End Cadet Lieutenant, 4g Glee Club, 2, 3, Ambition, Police Force, Hobby, Football. U. S. Marine Corps FERDINAND A. SIMONE "Nutchy" 35 Clifton St., Roxbury Hugh O'Brien, Roxbury Cadet Captain, 44 Traekg Am- bition, Baseball, Hobby, Music. Business 62 GEORGE SINABIAN 433 Walnut Ave., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury 1A"'g Honor Roll, 2, 3, Law- rence Prize, M 3, Ambition, En- gineering, Hobby, Sports. College CYRIL B. SKELLY IACYYV 91 Harrishof St., Roxbury Lewis, Roxbury Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. ' Business GILBERT N. SKLOVER "Cookie" 98 Decatur St., Charlestown Edwards, Charlestown Ambition, Textile Engineeringg Hobby, Hockey. Lowell Textile Institute JOSEPH A. SLANINA KIJOCH 447 E. Seventh St., South Boston T. H. Hart, South Boston Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Business GEORGE N. SMALL llRedYY 25 Edgemont St., Roslindale W. Irving, Roslinalale Honor Roll, 35 Symphony Band, 3, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Music. Tufts THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL MAURICE J. SMIDDY nM0e,y 364 Centre St., Dorchester Boston College High Ambition, Electrical Engineer- ing, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy PETER F. SMILES llPeteYY 834 Centre St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, Yamaiea Plain 2A', Honor Roll, 3, Lawrence Prize P 1, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Swimming. Boiron Univerxily GEORGE C. SMITH, JR. "Smitty" 255 John A. Andrew St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, ffamaiea Plain 1A', Honor Roll, 2, Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, Room Councilor, 3, Room Captain, 4, Record, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Chem- ical Engineering, Hobby, Sports. College RICHARD H. SMITH llDiCkII 50 O'Callaghan Way, S. Boston Russell, Dorelzester Current Events Club, Yearbook, 4, Ambition, Aircraft Mechan- ics, Hobby, Model Airplanes. U. S. Navy WILLIAM A. SMITH "Bill" 146 St. Andrew Rd., E. Boston Blaekington, East Barton IA", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Senior Cla s s , President, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. College CLASS OF 1943 MARIANO F. SOLIMINE usullyvv 71 Charter St., North End Michelangelo, Norlh End Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corpx ROBERT M. SPECTOR lASpecIY 585 Norfolk St., Mattapan Solomon Lezvenoerg, Dorelzesler C a d e t Lieutenant, 4, Music, Glee Club, Orchestra, French Club, Record, Ambition, Music, Hobby, Literature. Boylan Univerxity LAWRENCE M. SPELLMAN llJakeIY 36 Haverford St., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of Lourdex, famaica Plain Ambition, Radio, Hobby Sports. U. S. Navy JAMES C. SPILLANE A Jim!! 22 Gibson St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorrlzester Ambition, U. S. Army, Hobby, Sports. College LEONARD M. SPRAGUE lil-1enYY 376 La Grange St., W. Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wert Roxbury Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corpx G3 JOSEPH F. STANTON IAJOEYY 5 232 Weld St., Xvest Roxbury 117. Irving, Rorlinzlale Football, 3Eg Ambition, Avia- tion, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy HARRY J. STEEVES "Harry" 19 Elm St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Yrmy AGRIPINO A. STRANO "Pete" 365 North St., North End lfliehelangelo, North End Band, 2, Orchestra, 4, Ambif tion, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. .Varine Corps. PAUL S. STRATI "Porky" 901 Saratoga St., East Boston St. Lazarux, Easl Boflon Ambition, U. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Bowling. JOSEPH F. STROKOSKAS LLJOCYY 22 Pleasant St., Dorchester Bigelow, Soulh Hoflon Ambition, Meteorology, Hobby, Paseball. U. S. .1'rmea' Forfes 64 PAUL V. STROUP "Paul" 67 Columbia St., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Dorehexter Switchboard, 4, F. 8z D. Corps, Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Merchant Marine Corps, Hob- by, Swimming. lllass. Nauliral Sehool DANIEL J. SULLIVAN "Sully" 43 Lynde St., Charlestown Sl. Mdfdvif, Charlestown Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy EDWARD J. SULLIVAN "Sully" 37 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton T. mi. Edison, Brighton Track, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Engineering, H o b b y, Model Building. XVI. I. T. JAMES E. SULLIVAN "Sully" 102 Alban St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorfhexter Record, Yearbook, C u r r e n t Events, Music, Ambition, Phar- macy, Hobby, Sports. rllaxs. College Qf Pharmacy JOSEPH G. SULLIVAN usullyn 250 Arborway Jamaica Plain Sl. Thomas, famaiea Plain Track, 1, Athletic Captain, 2, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy ISH HIGH SCHOOL VINCENT B. TALBOT "Benny" 9 Ditmus Ct., Roxbury xlbralzam Linroln, Soullz End B. 85 D., 1, 24 Orchestrag Drum, B. 3: D. Crops, Major, 2, 3, Ambition, Boston Police Dept., Hobby, Photography. U. S. Army ALVAN J. TALL MAIN 38 McLellan St., Dorchester Gibson, Dorflzesler Current Events, 4, Volunteer Training, 43 Cadet Captain, 4g Bugle Corps, 3, 4, Drum Major, 4g Ambition, Aeronautical En- gineeringg Hobby, Aviation. N orllzeaslern ROCCO A. TELESE 85 Faywood Ave., East Boston Blackinglon, East Boston Lawrence Prize, F 81 D, 34 Room Captain, 2g Rn-ord, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Alrmy WILLIAM B. TEPLITZ "Bill" 19 Rawson Rd., Brighton Solomon Lewenberg, Dorrlzesler Cadet Lieutenant, 43 Band, 2g Track, 2, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corpsg Hobby, Camping. College MICHAEL L. TERRAZANO "Shayne" 37 Everett St., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, East Boslon Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Aviation, Hobby, Wrestling. U. S. Army CLASS OF 1943 VICTOR P. TESSARI "Vic" 82 Shirlev St., Roxbury Hugh O'Brien, Roxbury Lawrence Prize, lf R D, Am- bition, Baseball, Hobby, Base- ball. Business MICHAEL J. THEODORE "Teddy" 7 Dana Rd., VVest Roxbury R. G. Shaw, Wes! Roxbury Honor Roll, 3g Aviation, 3g Am- bition, .Aeronautical Engineer ing, Hobby, Model Airplanes. M. I. T. EDWARD C. THORUP "Eddie" 227 Bellevue St., West Roxbury R. G. Shaw, West Roxbury 1A'gg Football, 3, 4g Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naval Air Corps LEO E. TOPOL "Lee" 25 Browning Ave., Dorchester P. T. Campbell, Roxbury Honor Roll, 2, 3, Cadet Cap- tain, 45 Room Councilor, 4, Am- bition, C h e m i s t r yg Hobby, Sports. Tzgfls MICHAEL K. TORF "lVlilie" 1132 Commonwealth Ave., Allston W. H. Taft, Allston Athletic Captain, 3g Baseball, 3g Ambition, Aviation, Hobby, Sports. College 65 SIDNEY A. TRATENBERG lllsidl 8 Clarkson St., Dorchester Malher, Dorrhesler Individual Prize Drill, 2, Orches- tra, 1, 2, 3, Ambition, Music, Hobby, Music. U. S. Army PHILIP A. TRINGALE "Flash" 46 Norman St., VVest End William Blackstone, Wes! End 1A"', Record, 2, Glee Club, 2, Ambition, Inventions, Hobby, Drawing. Business HARVEY S. TZUDIKER IIT-ZF! 66 Mora St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilson, Dorehesler Ambition, W e l d i n g, Hobby, Excellence. Business LEO F. VAN WART nvann 4 Gay Head St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, famaiea Plain Room Captain, 2, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Forees ROBERT E. ZARNERIN ALBO 77 3 Groom St., Dorchester Russell, Dorehester 7A", Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Law- rence Prize, F 84 D, Record, Ad- vertising Manager, 3, 4, Library 2, 3, Secretary, 4, Switchboard, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Ca- det Captain, 4, Chemistry, Lab- oratory Asst., 4, A m bi tion, Priesthood, Hobby, Sports. Boslon College ' 66 MICHAEL J. VAUGHAN "Mike" 19 McDonough Rd., S. Boston Sl. Ann's, Neponsel Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Military Science, Hobby, Sports U. S. Armed Forees CHRISTIE A. VISVIS "Chris" 15 VValnut Pk., Roxbury Theodore Roosevell, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Track, 3, 4CEj, Manager, Baseball, 3, 4, Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corps Hobby, Baseball. College ALPHONSE V. VITALE KIAIYY 207 K St., South Boston Hari, South Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Pigeons. Tufts GEORGE VOUNATSOS 34 Genesee St., South End Abraham Lineoln, South End Reeord, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Camping. U. S. Army JOHN P. WALLACE "Prince" 40 N St., South Boston Nazareth, South Boslon Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Swimming. U. S. Navy THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RUSSELL S. WALSH "VValshie" 69 Montgomery,St., South End Ahrahani Lineoln, South End Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Radio, Hobby, Philately. U. S. Army WILLIAM E. WARNOCK "Bill" 18 Richmond St., Dorchester St. Gregorylf, Dorchester Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Bzminesx STANLEY F. WASSERMAN "Stan" 84 Corey Rd., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton Cadet Captain, 4, Room Cap- tain, 3, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. Taft: DUDLEY C. D. WATSON 37 Kent St., Roxbury Tirnilty, Roxbury Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Photography, Hobby, Sports. College HERBERT J. WEINER 6 VVayne St., Roxbury Theodore Rooievelt, Roxbury Ambition, Engineering, Hobby, Photography. College CLASS OF 1943 BERTRAM S. WEINSTEIN KLBUI-tY7 164 Allston St., Brighton Faulkner, Malden, Mau. Honor Roll, 3, Cadet Captain, 4, Volunteer Training, Corporal, 4, Ambition, Engineering, Hob- by, Sailing. M. 1. T. LESTER WEINSTEIN 11116877 66 Wildwood St., Mattapan W. Irving, Roslinalale Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Hockey, 3, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Naval Air Corpx HENRY E. WERNER AxHenryvv 2 Bower Ter., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, ffarnaica Plain Record, 2, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Transportation lndustry, Hobby, Model Bus Building. Work JAMES A. WHITE "Slim" 20 Adams St., Roxbury St. Leo'5, Pittsgurgh, Penn. Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Armed Force: RAYMOND F. WHITTAKER llRaylY 145 VVrentham St., Dorchester Woodrow Wilton, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, U. S. Army, Hobby, Music. U. S. Army 67 NORMAN WIENER 16 Havelock St., Dorchester Solomon Lewenherg, Dorehester Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Model Airplanes. U. S. Naval Air Corps GEORGE R. WILLIAMS 216 Commonwealth Ave., Back Bay Prinee, Bark Boy Ambition, Commercial Art Record, 4, Ambition, Commer- cial Art, Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Army WILLIAM W. WILLIS "Will" 407 Columbus Ave., South End Ambition, S u c C e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Air Corps RICHARD S. WILSON llDiCkYY 14 Upcrest Rd., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton Athletic Captain, 1, Ambition, U. S. Navy, Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Navy ROBERT H. WITTENAUER AlWittY1 84 Garnet Rd., West Roxbury R. G. Show, Roxbury Honor Roll, 2, 3, Lawrence Prize, F 8: D, 3, Cadet Cap- tain, 4, Ambition, Success, Hob- by, Sports. College 68 MAURICE J. WOLFE 160 Newbury St., Back Bay Prinee, Bark Bay Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Business ROBERT E. WOLFF NWOIEYVY 32 Long Ave., Allston W. H. Taft, Brighton A m b i t i 0 n, Music, Hobby, Sports. College SAUL WOLFSON "VVolf" 845 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester Solomon Lewenherg, Dorchester Cadet Captain, 4, Photography, 3, Ambition, Dentistry, Hobby, Photography. Tigfts ALLAN WOLK 1210 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan Thompson, Dorehester 2A", Honor Roll, 2, 3, Camera Club, 2, 3, Music, 3, Cadet Cap- tain, 4, Ambition, Soil Chem- istry, Hobby, Chemistry. Rutgers RICHARD S. WOLK "Soaky, Jr." 34 Embassy Rd., Brighton T. 17. Edison, Brighton French Club, 3, Track, 1, 2, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Music. Boston University THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL THOMAS W. WOODMAN "VVoodie" 3 Lexington St., Charlestown Sz. Catherindr, Charlestown 3A'f, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Room Councilor, 3, Student Council, 2, 3, Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Am- bition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Marirle Corpy FRANCIS S. YAHOUB "Frank" 1245 Washington St., South End Rice, South End Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Languages. Boston College WILLIAM M. YAHOUB "Bersh" 1245 Washington St., South End Afhraham Lineoln, South End French Club, 2, 3, Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Marine Corps KENNETH YEE 21 Albany St., South End fihraharn Lincoln, South End Lawrence Prize, F Sc D, 1, Ca- det Captain, 4, Ambition,Medi- Cine, Hobby, Sports. Harvard JOHN R. YUREWICZ ll-Iohnnyn 12 Schiller St., Jamaica Plain Mary E. Curley, ffamaiea Plain 2A"', Lawrence Prize, F, 1, Hon- or Roll, 2, 3, Baseball, 3QEj, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corps CLASS OF 1943 DANIEL M. ZALESKI lLDanYY 88 Fisher Ave., Roxbury Mary E. Curley, illllmlllfd Plain Ambition, Accounting, Hobby, Sports. Buxlnefs GEORGE S. ZARTHAR "Baby Face" 40 West Newton St., South End Rice, South End French Club, Athletic Captain, 3, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Dancing. College MORTON B. ZEIDMAN lIMortyY1 106 Maple St., Roxbury P. T. Campbell, Roxhurv French Club, 3, Ambition, Busi- ness, Hobby, Baseball. Boylan Universily MICHAEL F. ZIRPOLO .ileepn 128 VVebster St., East Boston flxrumplion, Earl Boston Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. flrrny EUGENE J. ZWARYCK 'lGene" 40 Highland Park St., Roxbury Timilty, Roxhufjv Honor Roll, 3, French Club, 3, Band, 2, Ambition, U. S. Air Corps, Hobby, Sports. Norlheaslern 69 BRUNO M. BALZARINI "Balsi" 180 Norfolk Ave., Roxbury Hugh 0'Brien, Roxbury Cadet Captain, 4, Ambition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Business ANDREW J. C. BRIGUGLIO IlAndyYY 149 Shawmut Ave., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, Naval Gunnery, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Navy W. ROBERT CALLAHAN "Moose" 62 Hancock St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Ambition, Literature, Hobby Sports. College VINCENT F. CARBONE njimmyn 161 Endicott St., North End St. Francis, Lowell, Mass. Hobby, Baseball. College JOSEPH J. CICERO 1 VVebster Pl., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, East Boston Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army JOHN F. COOK "Cookie" 75 Oakland St., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton Camera Club, Room Councilor, 2, 4, Ambition, Business, Hob- by, Photography. Boston College SIDNEY L. CORES nsidn 12 Lorraine Ter., Brighton William Blackstone, West End 1A"', Ambition, Typing, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Civil Service JAMES L. CURRY LlJimY1 213 Princeton St., East Boston Sacred Heart, East Boston Track, 3CEj, Ambition, U. S. Marine Corps, Hobby, Records. U. S. Marine Corps PASQUALE De FILIPPO upatn 36 Cottage St., East Boston Donald Mc Kay, East Boston Ambition, Success, Hobby, Baseball. U. S. Navy 70 FREDERICK FERRO "Fred" 612 Tremont St., South End Westwood, Weston, Mass. Football, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, Track, 2, Ambition, U. S. Army Air Corps, Hobby, Drawing. U. S. Army LESTER S. GEDIMAN "Les" 186 Ruthven St., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury 1A"', Camera Club, 3, Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Photography. U. S. Armed Forces NICHOLAS A. GIUGGIO "Nick" 104 Salem St., VVest End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army MORTON J. GOLDBERG "Morty" 57 Bernard St., Dorchester William Blackstone, West End Honor Roll, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Prize Drill, 3, Ambition, Law, Hobby, Philately. Boston University HOWARD R. GOLUB 8 Segel St., Roxbury Theodore Roosevelt, Roxbury Ambition, Accounting. College WARREN A. GUSCZYNSKI "Whitey" 7 Tuckerman St., South Boston Public Latin, Roxbury Honor Roll, 1, Ambition, Me- chanics, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army LEON L. HALBERT "Flash" 64 Seaver St., Roxbury Memorial, Roxbury Ambition, Optometry, Hobby, Music. Mass. School of Optometry JOSEPH P. HOGAN ALJOCFY 261 W. Fifth St., South Boston St. Augustine's, South Boston Ambition, Radio, Hobby, War Pictures. U. S. Navy WALTER J. JEFFRESS 49 Hammond St., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. Business MELVIN KACHINSKY 30 Hosmer St., Mattapan Solomon Lewenberg, Dorchester Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. Business EDWARD H. KAMINSKY "Eddie" 53 Allen St., VVest End William Blackstone, West End Ambition, Mechanical Den- tistry, Hobby, Basketball. U. S. Marine Corps THOMAS J. KILLION WI-Om., 27 Armandine St., Dorchester St. Matthew's, Roxbury' Ambition, U. S. Naval Air Corps Hobby, Boxing. U. S. Naval Air Corps MICHAEL KOTZUBA "Mike" 27 Auburn St., VVest End William Blackstone, Ilfest End Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army LAURENCE H. LANE "Hat" 37 Paul Gore St., Jamaica Plain Cheverus, jamaica Plain Ambition, A vi a t i o n, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army MICHAEL J. LYNCH "Mike" 27 Dent St., VVest Roxbury Public Latin, Roxbury Ambition, U. S. Navy Air Corps, Hobby, Music. Boston College F. J. MacCORMACK ..MaCm 604 E. Seventh St., S. Boston Gate of Heaven, South Boston Ambition, Teaching, Hobby, Model Planes. Salem Teachers' College WALTER F. MAGUIRE 125 Moreland St., Roxbury Public Latin, Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corps WILLIAM A. MAHONEY "Gush 95 YVest Cottage St., Roxbury St. Patrick's, Roxbury Track, 2, Ambition, Military Career, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ALBERT MANN NAVY 41 Lucerne St., Dorchester F. V. Thompson, Dorchester Cadet Lieutenant, 4, Ambition, Art, Hobby, Baseball. Mass. School of Art JOHN F. MCCLAY nlackiy 47 Rossmore Rd., Jamaica Plain Public Latin, Roxbury Military Science Club, 3,H Switchboard, 3, 4, Ambition, Aeronautical Engineering, Hob- by, Music. M. I. T. PATRICK J. MCHUGH "Whitey" 14 Trull St., Dorchester St. Peter's, Dorchester Ambition, Naval Air Force, Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM O. MCLAIN "Bill" 24 Pond St., Dorchester W. E. Russell, Dorchester Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army HILARY F. MAYERS 868 E. Fourth St., South Boston St. Peter and Paul' s, South Boston Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. Business JOSEPH C. MIGNOSA 62 Green St., West End St. f7oseph's, West End Ambition, Success, Hobby, Music. Business JAMES J. MILES tlJitH 79 Kenwood St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, U.S. Navy Air Corps, Hobby, Bowling. U. S. Navy DONALD L. MISSION "Heron" 15 Juliette St., Dorchester Mather, Dorchester Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, Ambition, Chemistry, Hobby, Stamps. U. S. Navy ISRAEL H. MOYSTON, JR. 2548 Washington St., Roxbury Timilty, Roxbury Ambition, Medicine, Hobby, Sports. College CLASS OF 1943 THOMAS J. MULKERIN "Mull" 49 Robinson St., Dorchester Grover Cleveland, Dorchester Ambition, Aircraft Mechanics Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army PAUL F. MULLONEY "Mull" 2 Highland Pk., Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army EDWARD G. MURPHY lLEdYY 94 Gainsboro St., Back Bay Prince, Bach Bay Photographer, 4, Record, Year- book, Ambition, Photography, Hobby, Photography. Business CARLO L. NATOLA ncali, 10 Margaret St., North End Michelangelo, North End Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. Business FREDERIC H. NEWTON "Hunt" 20 Crest St., VVest Roxbury Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. Business JOHN T. O'CONNELL "Onions'l 14 Haverford St., Jamaica Plain Our Lady of Lourdes, Yamaica Plain Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Navy RICHARD H. PARNAGIAN 3 Milford St., South End S. E. Intermediate, South End Ambition, S u c c e s s, Hobby, Sports. Business NICHOLAS PETERS "Nicky" 218 Chambers St., VVest End William Blackstone, West End Tennis Club, 3, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Dramatics. U. S. Army PAUL L. REDDICK "Pablo" 638 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury Sherwin, Roxbury Drum and Bu le 3- Cadet Lieu . g . , - tenant, Fife and Drum Corps, 4, Am bition, VVelding, Hobby, Reading. Business LAWRENCE F. RIFCHIN 33 Claymoss Rd., Brighton T. A. Edison, Brighton Honor Roll, 2, Ambition, Suc- cess, Hobby, Sports. Business PASQUALE J. SANNELLA 144 Prince St., North End Michelangelo, North End 2A"', Honor Roll, 2, 3, Law- rence Prize, F 81 D, Ambition Success, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Merchant Marine Corps CLIFTON R. SARGENT 146 VV. Canton St., South End Deering High, Portland, Maine Ambition, S u c c e s sg Hobby, Sports. U. S. Merchant Marine Corps GEORGE A. SPARKY ttsparkyu 55 Virginia St., Dorchester Hugh O'Brien, Dorchester Room Councilor, Track 1, 2, 3, Hobby, Sports. Business SAUL L. STEARNS 28 Lynde St., West End William Blackstone, West End 2A":, Lawrence Prize, C3, Am- bition, Success, Hobby, Sports. Business WILLIAM E. SULLIVAN ixsuuyn 118 Draper St., Dorchester Thornton Academy Bugle and Drum Corps, Track, 2, 3, 4, Ambition, Success, Hob- by, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corps CHARLES J. TRIMMINS "Charlie" 14 Upton St., South End Abraham Lincoln, South End Ambition, S u c c e s S, Hobby, Sports. U. S. Army Air Corps ARTHUR TUDEN AKAI-tl! 47 Rever St., West End William Blackstone, West End Stamp Club, 3, 4, Cadet Cap- tain, 4, Track, 3, Ambition, Ra- dio Engineering, Hobby, Radio. College 71 N SAY NG FAREWELL By HAROLD Oltlili, '43 HE first half of the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-three, Anno llomini, fied like a leaf before the raging wind. Chaotic and confused, its events had not yet resolved into the larger pattern. Man staggered beneath the Weight of his own crimes, he sulfered from the aftermath of his own follies, and yet, as A. lil. Housman once said, he stood in the day when heaven was falling. An English High School alumnus of 1943, years hence, far removed from the temporary prejudice and the t'timely" nationalism, may go to the newspaper files and read of us, of what we did, and of what we failed to do. Ile will again the headlines telling of swirling action in North Africa, of hard fighting in Russia, China, and the Pacific, he will read again the stories that tell of an impending European invasion, the conjectures, the rumors, the half-truths that were curiously accepted as whole, and he may feel once more the sense of tragedy too painful for the mortal voice to shriek, but with the advantage that he will have read the climax already. Through these files he will become aware of the personalities who shaped the times: the eloquent, tired man in the White House smoking his long cigarettes, his chubby-faced friend in England with the V-shaped lingers, the mad- man who shouted himself into power such as Napoleon had only dreamed of, the little Italian SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Peter J 0 M mlley, Executive Commitleeg Mr. Frazier, Adviscrg Angelo J. Sardella, Exccutue Cnmmitleeg John J. Cronin, Vicu 1'resident,' VVilliam A. Smith, Presillentg Joseph P Rattigan, Secretary-Tren.-rurur whose words were pompous and whose day was past, the big-mustachioed Russian who spoke softly and who carried a big stick, the smiling Chinese woman who barnstormed America and captured its heart: the world leaders, and those who spoke for the lesser people-the man who said, his voice throbbing, t"l'his is the century of the common mannfthe American poet who died at the height of his glory C'VVe shall maintain it. It shall be sustaineduj, and those who believed in concentrated power-the never- senile banker who left his mark on an era-the French Americanized Nazi who was assassinated, and the lesser people themselves-the dying soldier Qfor the age was brutalj and the starving child Cfor life was cheapj. He may read this i11 the newspapers that are filed, neatly bound, stored away, and perhaps remembered. Not now, however, the wo1'ld spins too rapidly, too fast for anyone to do anything save grip o11e of its corners and hope not to be thrown off. But there is a school of thought which de- clares life may best be examined in miniature, through a unit representing the whole. Every- thing this alumnus may read, to be coherent, even to be understood, must refer back to him- self. Even his thoughts of Boston will be local- ized to a great extent. He will remember the smells of home more vividly than the tire in the Cocoanut Grove. He will recall the friendships of his senior year with greater poignaney than the fact that an important civic reform move- ment began in Boston the year of his graduation. And precisely because the two greatest influences of his youth were the home and the school, he will inevitably bring to mind the years he spent, at English High School. He will think of them as years of charm that have no recall, he will probably rue his not having taken greater ad- vantage of his opportunities, he will undoubtedly romanticize, but the one thing he will never do is condemn or discard those years as wasted. lCnglish High School does not differ greatly or even importantly from countless other high schools throughout the country which often have faculties as fine and students as intelligent. Education, though still in a progressive stage and considerably in fiux, has largely standard- ized itself and conformed to certain fundamental rules. No matter where it is housed and no matter by whom it is taught, geometry is still the study of cause and effect, Latin is still a language with an unchangeablc grammar, and the laws of Physics are indisputable. Shake- speare poorly explained, even inadequately understood, is still Shakespeare, his glory, his grace, and his strength may easily he found. And in every high school the first mature bonds of understanding between child and man are forged, bonds that simply and quietly are affectionate ties with the passing of the years. No, English High School is unique for some other reason, is maintained in its tradition some other way. And this alumnus of '43, sitting before the newspaper files with the lurid head- lines dusty, old, and forgotten, suddenly leans back in his chair, closes his eyes, and with all the sadness of a mellowed age remembers, like the tired Mr. Chips, his years at school. What is it that will so endear English High School to him? Perhaps it is the architecture with its medieval flair for the melodramatic, the H-shaped floors, the white-marbled squares running the length and breadth of each hallowed story .... Perhaps it is the quiet library with its many tired-looking volumes on the grainy-wood shelves. In the pages of these books, sitting in a chair, leading on, with the clock forgotten and all man's wrongs, swept up by the printed page and entranced by the depicted scene, he found new worlds, large vistas, bright hopes. . . Perhaps it is the glass-roofed cafeteria, the jam-packed counters, the hard-worked women, the surging crowds, the vulgar shout, the high- pitched laugh, the quick-extinguished fire and the soon-concluded fight with everybody up- rising on the benches to see what the matter is, giving for a brief, clocked instant a vision of humanity throughout the world .... Perhaps it is the chemistry laboratory with the Stygian black-pink-green-blue-colored solu- tions in test tubes, the sulfurous smell, the sharp-coned flames of the Bunsen burners, the black sinks, the brassy faucets, the smooth efficiency of the amateur that impresses one almost as a physical fact .... Perhaps it is the physics-lecture room with the kind, gentle voice of the silver-haired Liuutcnun!-Uorcrnor l'r1h1'II congrafzzlrrtvs lfyifllllllll ll. ilnrn fr ',5.'i, f'z'reulaIi0n .Manager of the Yearboml instructor relentlessly informing by means of spectrum charts, atomic weights, specific gravi- ties, the illustrated slide machine, adjusted balances .... Perhaps it is the face of an English teacher: one with its hair flopping wildly and uncombedg another with its big, dignified laugh and mem- ories of athletic days, another genially surmount- ing the sharp looseness of English tweedg another with its young, keen eyes reading manu- script 5 another, correcting printer's proof with infinite patience and understanding: and if ever the love of the English language and of the beauties from it which may bc wrought thrill the mind, then surely it is now .... The English High alumnus of '43 will remem- ber teachers with such vividness because he will know that they were anxious to be his mentor as well as his friend, because he will understand that they were trying to know him as an individual. And then he will open his eyes, see before him the yellowing papers, and realize, panged through with pity and stabbed by the hungry knife of sorrow, that he has revisited something rare and precious, that he has touched the gems of a high order and of yester- year. But it has also been, in Marcel Proust's famous phrase, a la recherche du temps perdu, the remembrance of things past. Thinking of English High, of its democratic tradition, of its attempt to educate all races and creeds, of its success in so doing, of its faithful miniature of American life, he has been inspired, yet sadly depressed: for his youth has fled, too, with the heaf, before the raging wind, and he can't go come again. 'MAN 1? fi 950 6 35 0 an rf wi f "X,-.. o Eh ? l I E I ' v-- ,a-vm.. -u...n.nam... ...1-., ,ul UWA -1 Nvifiiiklkh if it wk , 4 ff A r' Q Kxxi i 1? ,Q In Q..-r' My XA W S, 4' Q 14 -4 5 v i zfifgfzvf 7 ' 115 A1232 igglg igqm Q ll'- s 3 1 3 J x 2 'B 5 3 a Q 2 wvssxff' ,. ' ' W"-V'mwzM'fw , -' 7 ' - , - A f 'lass istory By ROISICIVI' M. SPl+lC'l'Oll., '43 T LICNGTII the hour for graduation has arrived, the moment. for passing through t-he portals of Alina Mater to the vastness beyond. Soon the moment, when eaeh ol' us sl1all reeeive his diploma, marking the meri- torious eompletion of his days at the linglish lligh, will be at hand. Our parents and teaehers smile slightly, expressing little outward emotion, displaying little of their pent.-up satisfaetion in witnessing the fulfillment of their labors. All are silent as the thin stream of youth pours down the long aisle, slowly, seriously, as so many before have done. All are somber in the realization that four years at English High have been highly instrumental in produeing a new ge11eratio11 of truth-loving, devoted eitizens of a great land. Tl1e students listen with bowed heads to the words of their headmaster and teaehers, feel a sudden pang of sorrow at the thought of leaving the sehool whieh has been their Alma Mater for so long. As they listen, their thoughts wander, involuntarily and dream- ily, baek to the reminiseenees of those years at English. Time and spaee melt before them, forgotten personalities and events long past are resurreeted amid the haze of senior, junior, sophomore, Elllll freshman years . . . All are reeaptured for a fleeting moment in the mind of the graduate . . . As freshmen on that balmy September day in '39, we stood for the first time before the massive strueture that is the English High, with its red and eream turrets flung against a V. T. U. pale blue sky. For the first time, we read those illustrious names adorning the Dartmouth Street side, Plato, Aristotle, Soerates, above the great stone entranee through whieh so many thousands of aehieving youths had passed in days gone by. Then, as we entered, ean we ever forget those stalwart bronze statues, which greeted us, or the inseriptions of humanitarianism and justiee adorning their pedestals? That year was largely a period of explora- tion, perusal, and adjustment. We were intro- dueed to the Riceonn Sta f, then headed by Russell Brown, Nfurray Bovarniek, and Donald Horan. Our interest was aroused in the aetivi- ties of sueh organizations as the Aviation Club, the Camera Club, the Library Corps. We felt profound pride in wearing that Blue and Blue "E" upon our military drill uniforms, had the thrill of yelling ourselves hoarse to the tune of a sweeping English traek team vietory over Dorehester and Trade, and we1'e exceedingly jubilant at our hoekey team's vietories over Bleehanie Arts and Dorehester . . . About this time, the t'phoney" European War flared up i11to all its fury, with the invasion of Seandinavia, and, in realization of the immi- nent danger threatening our rights as a free nation, Congress passed the first Seleetive Ser- viee Aet. As yet, our student body was un- seathed, but our faeulty suffered definite losses due to entranee of Mr. O'Leary and Colonel Driseoll i11to the United States armed forees. The sophomore year started of with that stand-offish, sophisticated style of all sopho- mores: that of see-all, hear-all, know nothing. Many of us tramped into sehool with brightly- eolored elothing, turned up hats, and a yen to imitate the sophistieated air of the typical senior . . . Ofttxll with poor results. The Hlceonn Sta if was headed by Paul Crookles with Mark S. Koven as Literary Edi- tor. Later in the year, the elass of '43 began to eome into the limelight with the advent of highly interesting artieles by Harold Orel and llldward Chin. Mr. Chapman, head of the department of Spanish and Italian, suddenly passed away, to the profound sorrow of both students and fae- ulty, while Messrs. Norman A. Moss and Leon C. Colman, both masters of English left the Halls of Alma Mater. A while later, Captain Keller, known throughout the school for his experiences and travels, announced his inten- tio11 of retiring, and a farewell party of students and teachers assembled in the cafeteria as a token of esteem. However, our greatest event arrived with the award of first prize by Columbia to the ITECORD, student publication, for the Hnest high school magazine. Mr. Walter F. Downey, Commissioner of Education, and Arthur L. Gould, Superintendent of the Boston Public Schools sent congratulations. We entered our junior year a little wiser, a little more somber, and a little more concerned. There was less of that loud wearing of clothes, or of wise-cracking. Most of us became ser- geants in military drill, proud in our newly- attained authority. We began to organize and work as we had not done before, and found new interests, such as the music club, recently formed under the supervision of Mr. Powers. The RECORD Editorial Staff was headed by John J. Walsh, with Melvin Cohen, Vincent Ysebaert, Robert A. Booth, and Paul Donovan. Martin Bookspan, a newcomer to the fold of Chin and Orel, added to the RECORD that distinctive touch of the class of '43, That year brought Miss Irene Kelley as school librarian, and Captain Hennessey and Lieutenant Gately as aides to Major Meanix in military drill. Then came the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the treacherous Sons of Nippon. For some time, we had opposed their ruthless plan of imperialistic expansion and at length, on the Sunday of December 7, 1941, the peace of a free land was shattered. The following day brought our declaration of war. Later, Germany declared war against us. Into the armed forces went Major Meanix and Lieu- tenant Gately, who, soon after, distinguished himself in the Solomon Islands. Many of the student body enlisted in the struggle for de- mocracy, the beginnings of class depletion took place, and our ranks thinned. Junior class officers were elected at the end of the year after an exciting election, with the following results: William Reagan, president, John J. Cronin, vice president, Joseph Rattigan, Vocational Guidance Counselor, llliah J. Falvey, Ed M secretary-treasurer, Peter J. O'Malley and Em- mett F. Shiner, executive committee. Our senior year is fresh in our minds as we sit noticeably still. Already the picture is brightening, and the haze which surrounded the other years is lifted. For each of us, at this point in his life, feels that he is well-ad- vanced toward the attainment of those truths which English High may bestow . . . The last months at English, opened with a renewed effort by the new senior class, the Class of '43. Captain Hennessey, aided now by Lieutenant Clement, temporarily took charge of military drill, while Mr. Reed, for several years acting-headmaster, was officially appointed headmaster of The English High School. The ILECORD Stacf, headed by Harold Orel and Edward Chin, was granted a gold medal at the close of the year for excellence among student publications. In this year, the football team, under Captain "Swede" Norden, smashed its way to the City Championship, crushing Latin School 19fO. In hockey and track, results tallied pretty much the same. The time for the election of senior officers arrived, and after a close contest, William Smith was elected class president. Remaining oflicers were: John J. Cronin, vice president, Joseph Rattigan, secretary-treasurerg Angelo Sardella and Peter O'Malley, executive com- mittee. We are now English High School Alumni, going forth to incorporate into our daily lives, the ideals we learned from our Alma Mater. M C V I fN"'Xa?' ER'-MQ --wk .- 5- rc-' -.-- H j 'm f W 4 ' lam- 3555 ,gg X if D3 ' F mage, KN- V , 1,5 I , ! ' A, " 7 N f ' 94 3 JUEEEETEQQQQQQKU 0 Q Ay maeml ranz-inf vfmemlgmum l.J.ll.qm Odom ADVERTISING MANAGER X SSQHV Hx in -' 31:56 EI' x W' V Q WZ. "IDP I"I 'U DO-I , Y ii 3 E: U wnmmumm mrmm, 1 X ff J R W I 1' if 'QM iwg B A -"""n , nl: ws- ' 3 .- 5' 01 W lv, QR.. Lf Vim -om DO-l 'PE cF 95 X We-'1'f"9fW - 4 N f ' Q P fl . X, Q3 ef -'LJ S E ' i'1??if ' Q2 'vfcswfwwwgff 'UW S- - 0' ff X Nw-14-Ing, 31 V? Jw ...., Mx 'f,,"! E'..:Tf'f' Eg? Q fg 5fgj'H5llIl1W" Si J'fEa1e2eQ.. SQ, sf' -UE SSN S Y v '-vi-gif-I-:r?:ff:SF' 'ii .R gig -H , ifjiif' n' XXX omg C535 if-ax f 3 fha. ,fa , 2-Quik S , 4 5 ' N '14 -QAs 9 J QZH z hwy RIA L ' Q X 'J XV we Tn! H e Y X 42?ggf . y 3 g W A ,N Wm 6 , Wa dx, fi , i fl jd IW N X NL?- 1' jing. C .gift H QL 5::22'ff4E!ia5sgg5f 5 I., V-U-Ti-6 ..-.z -Eggmgiay E I LIlI5iq:'?' LEU ,E-mi" Nmw. MARBLE EEEL 78 Cruising the Corridors . . . BY WILLIAM F. SANTRY, '43 ALL aboard for our last cruise through the corridors of good old English High School. Next year the S.S. Blue and Blue will have a new crew. The freshmen will be sophomores, the sopho- mores will be juniors, the juniors will be seniors, and the seniors will be reporting to their local draft boards .... Telephone topic: Sorry to get you up so early, That's all right. I had to answer the telephone anyway." . . . Sgourakes' recent attempt to better the explosive power of 'l'.N.T. wins him the title of the class mad chemist .... Bill Smith, president of the class, Phil Kelley, and Dave Lowell deserve loads of credit for the swell job they did on the English High School radio program. The program informed the public of the new war courses .... Kasabian's version of the popular song is: "Praise the Lord and pass me my diploma." . . . Joe Rattigan, class secre- tary-treasurer, went to the Met on Saturday and thought he was hooking school .... With Spring in the air Pete O'Malley looks for a comfortable place to get rid of that common illness, Spring Fever. The new Voluntary Training U11it, is doing a grand job. The boys learn military drill, first aid, map reading and many other subjects pertaining to military science that will benefit them greatly upon their graduation. Three cheers for Captain Roy Norden, Roland Doherty, Paul Fraher and John Yurewicz for leading our teams successfully through great seasons. They kept the old Blue and Blue Hying high over the schoolboy sports world .... Note on Spring Concert. Erst-while virtuoso, But, sir, suppose I forget my piece during the performance? Teacher, Don't get frightened, just get up, pick up the fruits Cand I do mean fruitsj of your labors, take a deep bow, and walk off munching ..... That reminds us, Words of wisdom from out of the chem. lab. state: He who does not know valence "must" fail .... In musings over the orchestra, we've often wondered which was more important to the music : the orchestra itself, or the cymbals and bass drum. . . . The discussion between Johnny Bettencourt and yours truly, as to which was more important, music or radio, reached a climax the other day when Johnny took out a tube and asked the author to take out an arpeggio . . . ugh, corny .... Is Benny Toy still worried about the question mark at the end of QRU? . . . The girls are still waiting for those Prom pictures to be published. IIere's one for the book: Dave Franchko was recently on patrol duty, when a husky E. H. S. glorifier came heavily along Frenchko asked for a pass, and . . . yes, believe it or not . . . the guy stopped short, took out a pass and handed it to our hero .... In a recent English room class "conference," Mr. Eccles warned the disregarding Joe Mitchell about keeping his feet in front of his desk. Mr. E. tripped once . . . twice . . . raised his hands tremulously above the victim's head ..,. relax. . . nothing happened: Mitchell just pulled his feet in ..... Come to think of it, it's a good idea that we have these spring concerts. Ordinarily, we're so used to hearing perfection at concerts and on radios, that the E. H. S. affair will be a heavenly relaxation ..... In the navigation class after 50 minutes of lines and compasses, teacher, to an uninterested student: If you wanted to travel from Boston to New York, what course would you take? Bored student: What difference does it make? I'd just hop on a train and let them worry about it .... Rocha remarks confidently: the ancient Aztecs were as civilized as the ancient Romans .... Maybe, but the point is, are "we" just as civilized as the ancient Romans. Well, as our cruise through the corridors draws to a close and we think of the years that we have spent at Montgomery Manor, we hope that the old Blue and Blue will continue to be tops in sports, i11 scholarship, and in men. lVe put down the books and pick up the sword .... East is East and West is West, and never the twain shall meet . . . says who? . . . Just a warning for you tardy lads: that man Casal at the front door has a pair of silver knuckles. He also has a new approach for greeting the tardy lads with a smile, a sweet "Good Morning," and a big, neat tardy slip .... Amirault does all right with his mighty baton. Hold tight, keep in step, and you can't miss .... Tom Cleary would like to know why these columns are censored: I'd like to tell him sometime .... Well, fellows, our worries about diplomas are over: we can either play football, sing, or swim to get lost points .... Bob Alther won't have any trouble getting his swimming point from what I hear about his long distance swimming. 79 lass ill By EDWARD CHIN, '43 WIC, the members of the Senior Class of The lCuglish High Sehool, located on that plot of ground bordered by tl1e streets, Mont- gomery, Clarendon, Dartmouth, and the Ave- nue, Warren, in the City of Boston, capital of Massachusetts, do ordain and establish this to be our last will and testament: TO THE FACULTY To Mr. Reed we leave our everlasting gratitude for having guided us through the years so sueeessfully. To Mr. Kane and Mr. Heffernan we leave an empty RECORD Offiee to be filled by another prize-winning staff. To Mr. Lundin we leave a bushel or two of those figures and symbols with which he has so generously showered us. To Mr. Card we leave a speeial phonograph reeord, whieh repeats with monotonous regu- larity, "lndieated here, used up there. Indi- eated here, used up there." We are amply sure that he ean utilize this gift to a reasonable extent. To Mr. Kierstead we leave a can of 'tThree- in-One" for his swivel ehair and may he swivel in peaee. To Mr. Eccles we just leave, whieh will make him quite happy indeed. To the rest of the faeulty we leave a dozen empty bottles of red ink. That will be relief enough for the senior classes to Come. li I. If Robert H. Yanni-rin, Myron Newman Nieluolns D. Assaf. I I If Barrett Ring, Myron 1. Jaffe, Fred All'f'2ll'l,llj', Robert F. Lovezzola. TO THE JUNIORS Hail, C'lass of '44. The long-awaited day has finally arrived, the day which you have looked forward to with that ravenous gleam in your eyes. Yours now is the honor and esteem with whieh the seniors of English High are invariably linked. To you we entrust our eom- missions, our authority, and our dignity. We also leave the fine old traditions of this sehool to be upheld by your class and those that are to eome. TO THE SOPHOMORES Wle eongratulate all of you on becoming the juniors of E. H. S. lt is your privilege to sew on those stripes now, the stripes that are the stepping-stones to the eommissions whieh will soon be left vacant by the class of '44, Be patient, as your opportunity will soon arrive. TO THE FRESHM EN May we offer our heartiest congratulations to the elass of 46? You have sueeessfully eom- pleted the first step to fame and fortune, but do not relax upon the way. You have three more long years ahead, three more years of hard work and toil. You have our sympathy though, if that is any eonsolation at all. TO LATIN SCHOOL We leave 50,000 doughnut holes and also another ehampion Blue and Blue football ag- gregation. The following individuals wish to bequeath personal belongings: Stan Clifford leaves to the freshmen elass a pair of his flaming red soc-ks. Joe Chiccarelli leaves to the custodian a trail of broken milk bottles in the eafeteria. Joe Rocha leaves the No. 17 shoe stamp to the eolonel of the Third Regiment in the Class of 1999. Jack Di Savino leaves one whole gold-leaf to the Physies Department. i Bob Lovezzola leaves the English transla- tion of Caesars Gallic War to any ardent Latin enthusiast. E. J. Zwaryck leaves to his home room teaeher a brand new comb and brush set. Vice president Cronin leaves, as he promised two rat traps and two whole grams of cheese. Phil Kelly leaves a better-fitting laboratory coat to Mr. Card. Dick Clemente leaves with a great sigh of relief. Bob Wittenauer leaves a useless set of eaptain's buttons to one ol' the many persons who will have the misfortune to become a cap- tain of a freshman company. Kenneth Yee leaves his brother, Donald, to carry on the family name. A Jimmy Brennan leaves to Kd of the His- tory Department a eoverless geography book without any pages i11 it. Charlie Bodwell leaves three books of matches to any fellow who decides that he can stand it no longer. Our Yahoub twins, Francis and William, leave an optical illusion to the teachers. Cliff Heller leaves five pairs of shoelaees to next year's football team on one condition, that they slaughter Latin School on next Thanks- giving Day. Fred Giffels leaves forty Coca-Cola tops to English lligh's war efiort. jimmy Chaisson leaves his Boston Braves, still floundering around in seventh place. Bill Reagan leaves the memories of his curly hair and his great big smile. George Chung leaves by the Montgomery St. entrance. Pete Gerbino leaves an empty seat in the cafeteria. Johnny Congdon leaves his initials carved all over the desks and the walls. Bill Callahan leaves the other boys gasp- ing at his niagnilieent hair-do. Art Gailius leaves a two-year-old mare to the cafeteria staff. Orman Blackman leaves with a blister on his hand from hanging o11 to a rifle for four long years. .-l former Eflifor-fl:-f'l11'ef, L1'I'Ilfl'Il.llIlf-GOVFTIIOI' Ilorrzez'-1 lahzll 1 presrrzts fllzf I'o1un1lriu Scholasfie Press .'1S80Cl'!lfl0Ilf-9 azlurrl to ill! stuff of tlll' Record Left to right: lV1'IIir1m l'. Odom, '4-ig lVz'Iliam H. Ahern Harold Urcl, Ezlilor-in-I'111'rjf: flfr. Kane, 1'lllI?ZlIfU ldzlszr I11.UllfI'II.l1llf-G0l'f'I'll0I' llalzfllg llvflliam C. .lIc.lIahr11L, lg R0l'f'7'f ilf. fllzflerxorl, 'Q-i, and lirlzmrrl Chin, '43 Edgar Lee leaves a magnificent portrait of a spuekie for the other students to admire. George Poland leaves to any foolish boy a package ol' tobaeeo that he tried to chew without inueh sueeess. l, myself, leave to the School Museum five grains of sugar, a pinch of eollee, two ounces of meat, and three elastie bands. lVe hereby ordain this document to be our last will and testament. The person to attempt to break this sacred word shall bear the Curse of Horsemeat, his children shall bear it and his ehildren's children also. Drawn up, signed, and sealed 011 this first day of May in the year of Our Lord, one thous- and, nine hundred and forty-three within the confines of this English lligh School in Boston, capital of Massachusetts. Edward Chin Attorney-in-need lVitnessed by: Mr. Albert F. Feed Mr. Martin R. Kane Mr. Thomas C. Heffernan Mr. john Keelon Class Prophec By JOSEPH L. GUSTOWSKI, '43 and MARTIN BOOKSPAN, '43 TWENTY YEARS had passed since the second war class of English High in World War H sorrowfully left the hallowed halls of Montgomery Manor. This was a reunion unique in English High history. After the usual intro- ductions and preliminaries, attention was called to those of our classmates who have succeeded in the armed services of our country. At the head table sat Generals Smith, Hymoff, K. K. Kasabian 3 Admirals Brennan, Rattet, Norden, and Beers, Lieutenant-Generals Potashnick and Barra. Professor M. Rabinovitz, acting as toast- master, expressed the pleasure of all those pres- ent when he awarded the Pulitzer Prize to editor Orel of HARPERYS MAGAZINE for his fine play "How?" Congressmen Reagan and Fit- gerald beamed happily when news reached them of the passage of their Anti-Spucky Bill. Doctors Isenberg and Isenstein stood up and announced that their life's work has finally been crowned with success. They have found the universal solvent! Now all they are looking for is some- thing to keep it in. All our shipbuilders have decided to pool their great genius into one tremendous one-ship navy. The ship has been lovingly christened the Big B and stands as a monument to its builders: Kashish, Hurwitz, Hayes, Kachinsky Qwho, incidentally, has his own assistant and a beautiful blonde tack-welderb, Kuminsky, Robi- cheau, Bourque, Grady, Bowen, and McManus. Our engineers, after leaving the school, de- cided to evolve some remarkable new method for relieving the congestion on the cross-corridors. Working on this basis, Assaf, Smith, Sinabian, DiSavino, and Elkins built the famous Pent- Boro Bridge connecting the North End, the South End, the West End, East Boston, and Chelsea. Doyle, the toll-collector on the bridge, recently announced that he has amassed so much money that he may now retire. Dr. Myron Jaffe, B.S., M.S., and Ph.D., has recently rendered our Alma Mater a never-to-be- forgotten service. Recognizing the crying need for a complete revision of the sehool's loud- speaker system, he secured a month's leave of absence from his position as doctor of electronics at the Mayo Foundation and installed a micro- phone in every classroom. Now the students can learn Avogadro's Law to the lulling strains of "Don't Get Around Much Anymore." During intermission on the lengthy program all present were treated OD to the Makes-You- Want to Sleep Music of Bob Spector and his Zoot Suit Boys. The band boasted Cagain?j of such fine players as Kisner, Freedman, and Gowen. Suddenly the lights were dimmed and the trumpet player blew a fan-fare. The two massive doors were thrown open by two small genii clad in evening dress who bore striking re- semblances to Gerbino and DiSchulo. Ten more genii: Joseph, Karthas, Alperin, Hewey, Jacobs, Baldassare, Wolk, Belmonte, Congdon, and DeBrave, rolled a great Persian rug on the floor. The assemblage soon realized the cause for this disturbance when 'fDiamond Charliel' McCann strutted into the dining hall, a dollar cigar clutched eockily between his two beautiful plates of false teeth which he had had made at Dr. Bahn's, and sporting the sharpest-looking zoot suit ever to come out of Rosenfield's Haber- dashery Shop. When the excitement of this grandiose entrance had subsided, toastmaster Rabinovitz called upon Coach Calney of the Rose Bowl Champion Boston College eleven. Recounting all of B. C.'s tremendous victories of the season just past, Coach Calney nevertheless asserted that his greatest football thrill was to play on the unbeaten-untied English High football team of '43. He then introduced his assistants: Fraher, Clifford, Brady, and Gill. Following this sports hour everything went along as planned until little Paul Girouard chipped his tooth while biting an olive. Immedi- ately Doctors Bahn and Carney rushed up and after lengthy consultation decided that Paul needed an appendeetomy. Off they rode to the Chelsea Naval Hospital with "Lucky" Idelson behind the wheel of the ambulance. With Idelson gone the reunion lost most of its "corn" and, as a result, soon became tiresome. The last item on the program brought forward Les Britton of the Britton Super-Colossal Film Co. After a few introductory words Les showed the group colored pictures he had taken of him- self surrounded by a bevy of Hollywood's most luscious girls. When the party finally broke up at 1.45 a.m. the entire gathering was too tired even to eat, which, if you know the class of '43, is very un- usual. Reluctantly one bade his farewells and set out for home with the final words of President Smith still ringing in his ears: "English High will never see a class quite like that of '43!" . A I I i 3 W EA A3gnn', ,ff n lArmi.Navi ll+Z6,lrom N-E SeekZl0llYoun9Me lor Air forces mont was from its 1. N... i ,l...,. 'Allies Le W On 6th, Da V tram 095 hexdlilllf al ptblfims ' llfll' orst - JOHN R. ynt Continued rronw W ixfllw Sir througgw Germans entrcnclHQh :then V ' but S d miata hill: iooiill gauges' qxanl'-9 misss riunrit nlxthicli demat Wad , It was not app columlf Line ee Patton's forces-mb NXQYCUX aryl ft from El Guctaria Pl Hqmma. 'K nassy through to th 'Z Veg ., tcv0 'thus plant themscltimxciat fifyqx across Rommcls escnp Won ph Lmc, nm-tnarn Tunisia, or Nlafc math 0' he 'back at a suitable dista mXlCS r' north. li purpose of falling upon YN-thi" ms 9 ol flank once the 1-Iightli .Tun twsxtfixttoiti him on the run again, 'Gnome 'dxfticult doo For two days there had m,-Quill ag QNXGX.-n ,wiv official word concerning G'-Wx Eighth Army's flanking ,round which sxxung around the lhensiw tri Nd V c line on the south and waihoutd lar a 91:9 reported to be only eight norm wfgcit ,Ennis from El Hamma, Axis air bagcn ,dounwl n miles from Gabes. north ' Amc'1'W?'nd 'nie Algiers radio broadcas oWf',,,.,tinii iwg report that the Eighth Armv ing, Ncorm llwmqtns "made some advance into the ,her n c GGY led W wel llamma area, rendering positiif-rl ntralll' of the Africa corps difficult," buvith im. ihzs was not confirmed from Astatli ,ug lu-d headquarters. Neither diLt.AK9 NX had ihe Allied communique support an mm" Algiers broadcast to the effect that British forces in this area had occupied a hillfoverlooking the xwhole Gabcs plain." YAXKS SINK SHIP While the Allied to cn- vf-Iop forces in Tunisia aygpearccl to be slow but su-adn observ- e. i- than was Force sphere low in ovsll XTX no in we 05505 irtuax x V 3, sin B xxx ana th ' c not W mica' tcni 'gk R. IVIOGE' House USE LECHNER 2 oflllcalional Lfffvu gt U . e s Erest :I States haw Peat to theiimn awakpaciflc crisis del en th irpei 9 entire ri does n t f' along bekfng in the Ia 'ann' It is 3 DS of thfrove haveiitnthe boys wht-I gum thfout, - gains itslneet them in e'f,gnf?tiiiQ, ii. S b empol F lllndsitf ea card . awful suffer, will sha . . 1 . re W ,da mai son. ng which comes wfggake g, aganda 'y cens fm print bee of the reat cha nf a hz Provider all hiS ali her at 0501' exclaimed ily Lord Lf :pany "lf we are igehfirsf worm British 'Pe J a tit- v Japaneseagf ,Off the f,c:e0':a:'ou2l:x the at melon is rjpeeiig :ferns reportgsrsft cannon Q 9 A - - ' picking." min clmss- e znruu. rm The r Fen' Harbor m March 26 mr heed to think We an Wim today swept i ri -, f of the faclsalgggut of our com? gtillilflisiifgc beginning to das.: Ere, Thesproducing plan n x Ml..- owrrbefore Japaliipz? Lou ' ...JL- IS T00 rlke Y ,- tons of m Rf-ATF: K fir 511' ARMW, fNew Draft-Age ' Plan Gets O. K. As of March 15, replacement ischcdules providing for the rc- lcase of 61 per cent of draft-age workers in 230 Massachusetts in- dustries have been approved by Selective Service officials, accorde ing I0 Col. Ralph M. Smith, State Selective Service director. - - Col. Smith wrote all local draft cards this week, requesting that cam? my co-operate fully with the re- ct acement schedule program in ef- f 'l C :ting agreements with manufac- FYYHBYKXQ, Soniing concems for withdrawal ol Svmcicgtdca 9'e,.1 otherwise available for milia in Sonlpyci service, he Yucomn those industries which havt wash un-n reluctance to take part ir wh! ilan, Col. Smith pointed out vemuenhe program insures that em- n NONE wack will he withdrawn in suclf cred and ter as to allow the employer W rcwl 5 by r training replacements. ns not duty acts name ' ii iesisiaiicc ...c.tu.,,.. ...VA aches to Smolensk, vthere , A, st Russians are reported! miles away. The stubborn' N ness of enemy defense suggested, that the Russians had reached thel strong belt of fortifications een-E tt-red on Yartsevo, the last large railway station in German hands between Moscow and Smolcnsk. Several villages were caPWf9d- eB h the Germans frqfluentlyl 1 4 I W 1 1 wr 'ill -,11-, 2' was ,. sw. 4,5 " 1 552-fe! e -H1 wean 1, , EM 1 IVUIIIIIIIIIIIIWI' .folzn J. SfIl'f1, If S. .Yury lrrro Illlll llllfltlll' Qf' Ul,l'ffl'I' In jllI'L'fl',-b flI.I'l'l'fS Ifl1'1fl1i 0jlt'I'tlfI.0IIS fmzn fill' 1l1'r'L' 111' H11' jjllllflllf Yvusp in fill' .ll1'1lil1'r1-1111111111 II r1'11 . Jag, . if 11- A Wi Nm? ima sam-1 , I wg! Six-V Q w M1 olanies niight he written ahoat the seeiningbf eountlefs aetivitief, hoth educational and Joeial, which were xponsored hy the class of '43, The Senior Prom was received with enthasiasin, the various elahs were full, and everything Jeenied to he on a higger, better .veale than ever hifore. Nor wa.f the serious note ever lach- ing. Sanebf conceived and handled, thexe aetivities hroaght to a new high the level dfan that had no time for f00lZ'.S'lZ71E55. Advertising RECORD LITERAR Y STA FF l"rmIl Hung' l'1dwIu'd Vhin, Harold Ura-I, limliimxlviln-I'l1ic'f, YYilli:un f, lhlmn. Iiuvk Ii'nu': Mr. III-tl'vl-Imll, Literary Adviser, William F. Suntry, Rlzurlin F. Kam-, lfzwlllly Al1Yi5L'l'. Contributing Editors NDVVARD CHIN, '43 ISIQNJAMIN L. TOY, '44 ROBIQWII M. SI'14:C'I'on, '43 Reporters JACOB WIGUIJ, '44 JAMES II. GRAHAM, '44 Photography ICDWAIQD MITIIPHY, '43 EDlTOB-IN-CHIEF HAROLD OREL, '43 Art NVILLTAM C. ODOM, '43 ROBILRI' H. CUMMING, DOMINIC P. CERULLI, '44 Ciroulation WILLIAM H. AHIQIQN, JR., '43 Mgr. .Lmlles 'l'HAYIcRS, '44 Lows KAPIIAN '44 M '12 7 3 CHARLES CIIANGELIAN, '44 ALVAN SCIIIFF, '43 Business SIDNEY HflIil5LI'l"l', '44 ROBIQIVI' STIQRN, '45 XVILLIAM Cf. NICBIAIIAN, Mgr., '43 Faculty Advisers Mr. Kane, Idxecutive Jlr. J. Keclon, Business Mr. Hcjffernau, Literary FRICDIIIIIICK L. LYONS, '44 C BI ED CUM ITTEES HIC gviltlvinc-n lwlow rmnhim- to form a most important group. lt, is onv that tl0lTUI'lI1lllt'S tht- f'll2LI'2Li'ltUI' ancl quality ul' tht- rlass in somr- important aspotfts. Thvirs is tht- job of planning :mtl rarrying out thc- prinripal soc-ial lillIlI'tl0llS ol' tho vlass. In normal titnvs surh rt-sponsihilitivs wc-rv onorous Ullllllglll. lint, with war and thu high sr-hool stiiiclc-nt ospcrially tthv st-nior hoing lookm-tl to for a man's f'0llt'I'llJllltl0ll to tho war 0 ort in thv fighting front or thv clvfvnsv plant, in thc- spt-cial stnclivs thc miiilmiilvcl roiiiinitttr-vs haul no sinvrurv. But nothing dauntvcl thc' Sonior Prom was hc-ltl, tho rlass rings worn mails- and tho Svnior pir'tnrr's wvrc' takvn and thc alumni flux-s wcro pairl. No traditional class l'un0tion was oniittvrl. Thv Committees had to contend with Draft lioarcls, tht- AVIHY, Navy and thv U.P.A. hut thv rlass ol' 1943 Carriefl On. May this spirit inform all its artivitivs down tht' yr-ars to r-01110. Thin! lfnlrf Rulu-rt P. .hnlcn-ull, Vimw-nt l'. Nuhilt-, Huy l', Nnrclvn, .lanws 0'H:ir:1. Rohvrt lf. firiellu. S11-fulfil Ruff: ,lust-pli 5. Nlilvlu-ll, .Xlhvrl llil'lll1nim'ri, fhzirlt-s Vnlls-li, Philip Kelley, llawrellvc Vsxrislztiitirie. Pzllllbll. Mason Front lfuzrf John ll. Vulpuys, lYilliz1n1 l". llvgaln, Gt-urge llcvrs, ltulwrt franc, Hrlwzlrxl lfitzgernltl, -luck Kisnur Front Row: Thomas C'fIf.ffI0fl1l, Edgar Lee, En'-worfz' R. Fifzgerafff, rlflr. Frazier Cadciforj, 7o.fepl1 P6Z.VCi5L'Z'H, Thomzzx Woodilzon, P1zu!F. Rirhzzrdxon. Second Row: Wifliozlz 1-lr1o'er.vorz, iirilzur Young, fferemirlh Zlflurphy, Ralph Wz!r'ox, ffomes Trocerf. Rear Row: Wil!io1rzF. B!r1ke,Efiwirz Lougee, ffohn Harvey, Dare Moore. STUDENT CIIUNCIL Tlild English High School exemplifies in a very practical Way the ideal relationship between teacher and pupil. The Student Council has done much to bring about this happy situation. It is made up of students, four from each class, 16 in all. They are chosen by the entire body of Room Councillors, each of whom, in turn, has been directly elected by his roommates. A Faculty Adviser attends to counsel. The purpose of the Student Council is to co-ordinate and to facilitate joint action between the students and the faculty in those undertakings which require combined effort to make smooth the academic year by removing certain rough edges of school life, and to perpetuate the tie that exists between teacher and pupil. The Council performed all its duties this year with commendable capability and deserved success. These functions included distribution and collection of the Honor Roll buttons, and clerical assistance at the junior and senior class elections among other things. It has been a thoroughly efficient organization to which we all owe our thanksg may all future linglish lligh School Councils be the same. lfor it is by such close co-operation between our faculty and students that the deservedly high name and fame of our school will be maintained. 88 RECIIBD BUS NESS STAFF HE business of the IIECORD functions as a well organized unit. It concerns itself with promotional and sales Work. Many of its staff are enrolled in the commercial courses and their business activity with the TIECORD operates as a laboratory for the classroom theories. They give their time generously and enthusiastically to the end that the liECORD may be Worthy of a great school. The IIECORD business staff has been responsible in no small measure for the unprecedented success of the RECORD these last three years. Theirs was a post of responsibility and well have they filled it. During the past year, they served under the direction of Mr. John Keelon. Third Row: Gerald S. Davis, Herbert lr. Spivavk, Louis Kaplan, liclwzirml li. Tolson, Alvan Sehilf, Vharles l'. Vliangelian, Ka:-k Kisner. Second Row: Eugene J. Moore, Joseph Mitchell, James A. Travers, Mr. John Keelon, Advisory Peter, Morris, Robert l". Harrigan, Jerome Leonard, Front Razr: Leo T. Andreadis, Paul F. Fitzpatrick, Robert Vanerin. Advertising Rlanager, YVillia1n Ahern, Jr., Circulation Managerg William C. 1IeMahan, Business Manager: John B. Colpoys Herbert Hickey. Thin! Razr: Martin Kilgallon, Rohcrl S, l.c-Vins. Allred Ist-nhl-rg, 'l'heodore R. Jacobs, John Coniniins, Ytilfred lla mln, llarold Stern, Joseph Z. Vozzella. SQTUIIII Rolf: J. Charles Ajeniian, Philip Kcnl, John lfdwards, .Klnraiu King, Jacob Wvigod, Henry l7eAngm-lis, David lievenson, lYilliain C. Odom. Front Rolf: Edward Carroll, Greene. firahani, Mr. Shea, l"aculty .td- visorg Gerald H. Brickrnan, Kent Killam. Joseph l'asr'isci:i, Robert J. Levins. FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francais, founded to provide its members with a clearer understanding of l"rcnch life and customs. Through special discussions in French, the group gained valuable training in understanding Frencli life and politics in these war times. During the year Mr. Paul M. Shea, the director of the club for some years past, entered the Air Corps of the Army. Yet with the true IC. ll. S. spirit, the club carried on and completed its schedule of meetings, much to the staisfam-tion of all. SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS This group was selected, assigned and trained by Mr. Hayes, instructor in Oral lfixpression. It attempts to put into practice through the medium of the inter-school telephone system the principles of oral expression ealcu- lated to help one in life. The group is alert, courteous, and exact. In its capacity, it serves the school well. Third RUIUI Peter Gordon, Paul V. Stroup, John f'olpoys, Theodore Coslarakis, Richard J. Kearns. Second Rolf: Vvilliam J. Murphy, Francis A. Ma4'i'ainhridge, Joseph W, Welsh, Paul Karlin, John J. -Leary, John J. Douglass. Donald A. Cameron. Frnnt Row: Francis J. Kenney, John A. Cooney, Rohn-rt I-I. Viriello. Thomas Scanlan, John G. Vouris, David Rodman. Carlo .X Hos- elietti. Third Rolf: Joseph Viafore. Samuel Roscnlii-ld, Robert Gavin, Fred M1-farthy. James Doyle, Richard Ki-:irnf-i, Shepard Xrkiu. Sreond Heir: Paul Hasselt. James .Kylw:ir1l, John Tierney Irving Baldncr, Joseph Mvelvli, Howard Vhin, lfugi-nc Moore. Front limit: John Falvaoro, Marlin Rookspan, Robert Varuerin, Sec- retary, Miss Kelly, Robert l'iricllo l'rcsideutg Donald .Xiuiruult, Robert Lovezzola. THE LIBRARY CORPS We can well be proud of the Corps that serves the English High School Library under Miss Kelley's direc- tion. It is composed of students who are outstanding scholars with excellent personality marks. Not only does this group help with the distribution of books and magazines but it docs most creditahly in the matter of arranging interesting exhibits on suhjects of student interest. STAMP CLUB The Stamp Club enjoyed a pleasant., profitable year, under the direction of Mr. Richards. Ry delving into the background of many of the stamps, the boys received valuable knowledge ol' the various countries. The aspiring philatelist has spent many a happy hour alter school dis- cussing his collection and those of his fellow club-menihers. The members are cultivating a hobby that can't be excelled for its all-absorbing interests. Fourth Row: Francis G. Mcl'one, lfdward Nazznro, Alvin J. Tawl, Stanislous I". Sadowski. William F. Reagan, John J. Cushing, John 'l'. O'Neill. Thirrl Row: Joseph P. Bullock, Morton ll. Zeidunnn, Myron Newman, Herbert J. Mieiner. Leonard S. Ruben, Alvin I S4-hitf. Second Roux' Saul Wolfson, Edward Chiu, Philip Kent, Edward R. Carroll, Mr. Richards, William .L Pollock, John IS. Colpoys, Peter A. Lentini, Edward Fitzgerald. Front Rolf: J. Charles Ajcniian, .Klan M. Mintz, Ralph Nlurphy, Marvin C. Lewis, Rohcrt l.evins, George Millman, Bruce Ostar. Idoilrtlz Row : l"rancis E. hir-Cone, Joseph F. Pasciscia, Roy lf. Alasas- cliik, Francis J. Diffhiara, Joseph D. Coyne. Third Row: George F. NlcInnis, Louis A. Sangiolo, Samuel Rosen- ficld, Edward R. l"itzgerald, YVilliain F. Furlong, l-'erris B. Maloof. Second Row: John Burke, Allan Wlolk. Richard lil. Giusti, John J. Cushing. Ferdinand Simone, Robert P. Anderson, George N. Abor- jaily. Joseph DiSciullo, Edward Nahas. Front Hair: John T. 0'Neil, Jacob C. Ajemian, Giacomo C. DiSavino, Peter G. Gerhino, John A. Pasqualetto, Barsam Kashish, Bernard Cohen. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB Mr. McElroy's Current Events Club, an adjunct of the history class has been a most popular senior student activity. So much so, in fact, that it was necessary to re- organize the membership into two sections, A section being the above group. GLEE CLUB Mr. Burke, directs the Glee Club, weekly in the Assem- bly Hall. The dulcet tones in sweet unison that gently assail the ears on the top floor south once a week bear ample tribute to the worth and success of this under- taking. Third ltuur: Harry T. Kolombralsos, Leo T, Andreadis, Charles VV. Bernard, Edward Nl. Sheehan Kenneth Fertig, Edmund Traverse, Wendell L. Bean. Secoml How: Charles R. Nellalsingh, George Keehes, Fred R. Burge, Richard AI. Heiligmann Laurie B. 0'Brien, Joseph S. AIitcliell, Robert H. Spence. Front Raw: Dominic P. Cerulli, VVilmcr E. Brandon, President: Ur- man G. Blackman James L. Anderson, Secretary-Treasure-rg Abram 0. King, Vice Prcsidentg George H. Beers, Arthur BI. Brooks, R ichard A. Pelletier. Ifonrtlz Ifrnr: James T. NlcH -gh, Bertrand l". Lewis, William J. Carey, Roy C. Norden. William J, Shannon, James J. Foley Robert Crane. Thin! How: John J. Mcltudin, Sigmund f'. Persson, Edwin R. Carroll, Vincent P. Nobile, Arthur N. Bahn, Michael K. Tore, Irving I. Ostrov, Eugene J. Zwaryck, George R. YVilliams. Second Razr: Alvin I. Schiff, John J. Driscoll, Joseph P. Rattigan, Donald li. Foster. Anthony R. Scapicchio, James A. lN1cCarthy, George Millman, llartin Bookspan, Jacob Isenstein, Roger P. Ki- UCHVY. Front How: Enio Feliciotti, Thomas E. Dolan, Vice President: Thomas li. 0'l3rien, Secretary, WVilliam l". Reagan. Presidentg Mr. Blac- Ilroy, Jordan M. Saunders, William A. Pollock John A. Hammond. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB, PART II Section B comprises the remainder of the Current Events Club. The members will long remember the spirited discussions that characterized the meetings on subjects of national and international importance. SWING BAND Music both choral and instrumental has always been cultivated most assiduously here at The English High School. Our band has been in existence over 60 years. Its excellence has been acknowledged many times by important critics both in the past and the present. Our orchestra likewiseg similarly, the glee club. New into this select company comes the Swing Band. Back Row: Sidney Tratenberg, Arnold VV. James, John J. Cushing, Donald Amirault. Front Row: Joseph Liebester, Gladstone Scott. Jack Kisner, George M. Small, Shepard Arkin. . . rfs- rf-smgwvm -vnu ii ' I lim-L' lfnlr: Yvilliuui il. fzluly. Ruin-rl Sprcngcr, Leonzlrrl J. llzlsinuw. Rolla-rt Spevtor Gvrulrl iYn-ililn-rg. Mr. Trongune Rivlmrtl illenicnie, iimn'gv N. Small, .lost-'pli lliclmslcr. llnnzllil .Kmirz1ulT.. Frrml lfnzr: Pvtcr .X. 1'm1gi:llvs .luim-rs lizlrlzxs. fll1tll'lk'S ll. Nvllnlsingll. ,luhn li. Anusins. pillll .l. Sllllllkjizili, John VV. Mr-Vue, William Nur-tml, Melvin 'I'. Horan, Paul Mnsmi, Irving li. Pic-kuring, Robert Shaw. lhmnld A. Fzimeron. 0B IIE TBA HE English High Svhool O1'cl10st1':1 has lJO0ll in vxistvuve for Hfty-five yvzirs, distiiivtioli oiijoyvtl by tow high svhool I11llSlf'2ll 0l'g2UllZt1fl0I1S in this Country. This yvzir, as always, it has lwvu out- stzuicling in its 0ffic'ivm'y :uid succvss. Lll1fll'l' thu lcziclersliip of Mr 'l'i'o11g011O, students who have haul soma- kuowlodgo ot' music wore rapidly molclocl into a unit own lillflllgll very few of tht-m have haul provious group tltlllllllfl. In its z1ppm11'u11r'vs at thc- priiicipal sc-lmol usscmblios thc liiiglish lligh Svhool O1'c'l10stN1'zi has ggziim-cl the aff:-ctimi :incl 21DIJl'llf'lLiflOl1 ot' thv stuclr-nts and t'af'ultyg tlirouglx its sc-veral public- appeal'- :1m'vs, it has gziimwl I'4't'IJglliiiOI1 and prziisc-s fm' its OlliSiHllCllllQQ vt'fm'l :mil ability from many new lrivmls ot our lflnglisll lligh Svliool. 92 A IIECADE 0F CIIAMPIUNS - - ff P c flhffizigl 2 Vi -Q9 22 v,r Hi, ,A, LAS'"ll'7'?,m'y'Zl2WW-1 if,i:ym,,lk Qxq 9 AQ ' 1 gt' ri 1 'ZZ W , , W mimw !Z9ZZW Uf' 7 if si fnffffi wi W, xg 1 A in X X x l , xx!--1 i , jj! , f X iff' yr i 7 x , ' W f K W V. Z f J LV My , lm. W Z 7 lf M .Z 7 H f wwf i Z c My ,l W f ff A Q Vinyl? W 5 K W ff If iW X 6 Mfwl i can A f in vw VMV wifi in XA W Coach William H. Ohrcnbcrgcr, English High School '23, maker of men and trainer of champions, receives our universal acclaim upon his completion of ton star- studded years of brilliant coaching. 93 1nn.1r.s1nn:1v1.1r141zrz..'1ff:1D w--111' 1""'1'5"' MZ' 'A'-irivf ' A ...... ,M..m... ,.,. . m 4. 1, 4 ,Q - x " ' Y J' . V A ' w - 1 s x .va FV I The urn' Iv. S, S. Loxillglml frlkvs H11 Jmfwr uf lII.Sf0l'I-C C2111-llfys ,llu.v.v., to Ill'l'llffl' lzvr prUrIrfc'1'.vsor Qf ll11' Sflllll' name. 9 1 fl , 1 X ' Q f . L F' f P' -L.'1x3te5,G?:i M ,. QF 12 ,Lx ' QT 2? A x Zvi x I alor in the Spartan tradition lea' this year to success in a hig way: a thumping-clecisioe list of unheaten, untiecl games. English High ath- letics, signyicant as never hcfore, leapea' hrilliantbf aheacl. Teains, captains, coach-all worhea' ana' triuinphecl for Gocl, for country, ana' for English. There were no shirhers in these gaines. There were onbf harcl working, hright-niinclea' young dinericans. 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M NX W- K wx XNNAQ, ,nw 5 ', 6 ,xxx M Y 'z Q 1 , . 5 4 m ff ,l,, Q X X yj' X N. D. 'A' ,Q x x X lu Mx X X , X ,,-J xa if .:,.. BQLAQD GULL E ? 35 4 1Qe9, ":V I , MQ fgx . fy K QD , ,- :QA E '-v Q xi-I3 -N I Y "'?'SQf' .gisxfxx Q 3 1 1' Q S7 ' Z 1, Q NN ' Xu N if H rrlfmf K v " l g, 'H 0 ' ' MM 5.2.3-:.,...-. . .E a :1...::.,.'... -. --..+-- :UQWW YUWEWUCZ GGIIIWUIE PQGGQEXUUQN GQl?'1T.lQQlL0l9f1E BQWEIIQTV 96 Fourth Row: James J. Jennings, William R. Hogarty, Roger M. Cunniff, Luke E. Manning John B. Colpoys, Anthony Aurelio, Herbert B. Anderson, Warren C. Vurran, Peter J. Kalafatas. Third Rozr: John li. Maloney, Frank VV. Tomasello, Thomas J. Kirby, Giles B. Powell, Paul l.. Stapleton, Stanley J. Clifford, Francis P. Driscoll, liflxvarnl C. 'l'horup, Mario P. Potito, William G. Verochi. Seconfl Roux tffoaelij Ulirenbcrger Carlo V. Blantini, John S. Boutilier, Cornelius P. Mellailion, George J. Osganian, Andrew J. Kelly, William Brady, James F. Keane, Paul F. Fraher, Ronald J. Bowes Cullen Glrgj. Front Row: YVallaec YV. Calney, John E. Bowen, Paul J. Gill, Roy C. Norden CCapt.J, William M. Gilbert, Psul V. Bossi, Korcn K. Kasabian. CITY CHA PIONS By JAMES H. GRAHAM, '44 'Undefeated and Untied llld record: lil. ll. S. 19- -Roxbury Memorial 0, E, H. S. 26-Commerce 135 E. H. S. 12-- Dorchestcr 75 E. H. S. 20WfGroton 153 E. H. 12gMeehanies Og H. S. 20g Trade Og E. H. 6--B. Cf High U, and IC. H. S. 19waPublic Latin School 0. This is the record of one of the finest teams that ever represented the old Blue and Blue. But the record, impressive as it is, doesn't reveal the real greatness of this team. It had in a superlative degree, spirit, intelligence and an abiding faith in captain and coach, necessary qualities in any project that calls for co-operative and unseltish efiiort. It was star-studded because each played for the team success and individual successes came from team play. The city champions of '43 will ever be recalled as the team that took its cue from the player on the Big Team over there. Each forgot himself and played to win for the team. Hail, Champions. 97 Hur ' ' ',M-1:1uainnnu1inu2uusav-J..?1-,a'1.,.-1w..1,f,f 'Q-4 wfw- a-.ff A Tllirrl lfnup' Williu 111 I11. N111.:l1'. -1111111 l". K111-11, Rob01't M. Perry, l"r1-1l1'ri1'l1 lf. 131111-y, 111111 .l. Xluorv. l"1'1111k W. 'l'11111:1s1'llo, 1 Nfrwnzrl lfnlr: 1'o111-11 NYilli11n1 ll. Ul11'1-11111-1131-1', l'1l'2lIII'15 X, 0'Hz1r1', 11111111111 111, lP11l1111,.l11s1-1111 I". l"l1111:111:111, 1111111-rl J. l1:11'1'.1', 'I'l111111:1s J. Kirby, .lolin l,. I.11111l1111'1l, YYilliz1111 if Urloln, fxlglxl. 1 l"r1mI lfrzzr: 11111111-s tl. J1'1111i11gs, .hlzlm l'. iinpnto, f'o1'11eli11s P. Nl1'Nl11l1o11. l'11111, l':111l lf, l"1':1l11-1'. l'1111l J. flill, l':111l I1. f'ro11i11 .l11l111 R. CITY CHA PIUNS By JAMES II. GRAHAM, '44 1'1lC'l' 11111 1943 l1o1'k11y 1f1111n1pio11s of all Boston. :Xl't'l'l' 21 Stilllllllllgll s1-t11111'k by 'l'1'111l1- i11 1111111 first 111111111 of tl111 s1111so11 those boys Ciillllx 1111011 111111 tl111 t1'1111 1'l1111n11io11s tl111y 21I'l1 111111 1'0Il11l11'l'U1l 11211111 i11 11111 111st 111111111 of tl111 8083011 to 1-111111 tl11- 1'11V1-t1111 f'llill1lIJi0IlSlllIJ. 'l'l1111'11 w111'11 tl11'ills 11-Dlixlllj' dlllillg tlll' s1111son 11ot tl111 l1'11st1 ol' wl1i1'l1 W1-111 P11111 f1ill's t1'i1-11 ol' 1'oll111't1i11g fivv 11oi11t1s i11 11 singlo ganw 111111 A1111111 C'111111t.o's 11111111zi11g l'l'ill1 ol' 11wi1'1- 111'1'o11111lisl1i11 tl111 l111t t1'i1'l1, 11111 liltllxl' ti1111e tl1l'0XV1l1g i11 1111 1-Xt1'11 1511111 for 11111111 I11l'2lSlll'11. Also gg1'11,t1l'vi11gg wa .lllllll I1o111l1111'11's st111'li11g work in tho nets itll s1111so11 111111 t,l11- 1'o1'k-1'il1l11-11 1l1'l'1'llSl' play ol' C'1111t11i11 l1'1'11l1111' 111111 131111 lg2LI'l'Y. l'l111y 111111 11111 sp111111, t111cs11 boys, 111111 thvy ll2LC1 llll' h1111ss11 11111 w1- 1'1111 iLll1l'llJllll1 1111111 l'lSl' to llilllllx to guts 111111 lllblflllllg loss. You van 11isg11is11 it. by 1111111111111 l'1'ILIIlS ol' tll1'll'1'l,lVt!S on tl111i1' 1111 Slitllllxll lmrows 11111 t,l111s11 boys know that spirit 1'111'1'i1111 t1111111 llll'Ullg2Qll 111111 soon l1llI'l1l' Ql'lltS 11111111111 llit1l1-1', Mussolini 111111 Hi1'11l1ito will know it, too. I 98 LN REGIMENT L CIIAMPIIINS By JAM1cs II. onA11AM, '44 Indoors and 0utdoors IKE Tennyson's brook these boys just keep rolling on and on. This is the third straight year the double Blue has captured the coveted Reggie title and their monopoly shows no signs of being broken. To top oil' a great year they crushed a determined Latin bid in the Reggies to come out on top onee more. They're all champions, these boys, but there were several who stood out like beacons in the course of the season. In A-I3 the incomparable Court Ellis found little trouble in leading the hurdle and high jump fields this year and indeed in the Nationals, which were held in New York, he proved himself the third best high jumper in the ranks of the nations high schools. Luke Man- ning who capped oh' a great year with a first in the Reggie 4405 Giles Powell and Red Gilbert who came in second and third in the 3005 Jack Farrell who came in second in the 600g a11d Red Lyons who placed i11 the 1000, all deserve a citation for their indispensable service throughout the year. In C it was Ronald Conant in the hurdles, Fran Murphy in the dash, Red Sexton in the 220, and Captain Doherty in the 440 who led the way with others lending a helping hand from time to time. Finally from lb, the incubator of the stars of tomorrow, we can single out John Bellino, Larry Brown, Dave Krivitisky, and Herschel Sternlieb, all of whom finished well up in their re- spective classes in the Rcggics. Thus the colors of English High School fly high once more, as we say t'Ave atque vale" to another track season. Fourth Razr: Lawrence Bl. Iirown, James A. Atsales, Herschel Sternlieh, Nelson A. Briggs, David S. Krivitsky, Roy II. Sutherland, Philip M. Bloomfield Third Row: John V. Hellino, Richard li. Heston, Frederick J. llrousaides, Roland A. Conant, John J. A'Hearn, John S. Boutilier, Edgar F. Noble, George H. Brewster, Christie A. Visvis fjlaaagerj Second Row: Wvilliani H. Uhrenberger tlfrlrzclz J, Paul V. Bossi, Abram 0. King George Osganian, Luke E. B. Manning, William M. Gilbert, Stanley J. Clifford, Joseph B. Lyons, David L. Lowell fillauagerj Front Raw: Joseph S. Mitchell, Giles B. Powell, Francis X. U'Brien, Paul F. Sexton, Roland F. Doherty fCapiaiaJ Frank J. Degnan, Francis X. Murphy, John J. Farrell, Courtland H. Ellis Yl7 """' ""W1W fm we -1 ' f"""W5 eh.Q1:1,.,1.. s., . sz t ,M ' 'V , -wfswwmt. 1 mwwumwwwt W. P'N:::M""r" A-r'r'ws:5'Jr2f4f11?." A e A-Y Front Row: 'llhoruas H, Buckley, Thomas F. Duff, VVilliaIn S. Brady, John R. Yurewiez, Captaing Roger J. U'llonnell, Giles B. Powell, John J. Farrell. Second lfow: Coach William Uhrenberger, Joseph F. Flanagan, Luke Fl. Manning, Joseph C, Vtourls, Evangel L. llardho, Herbert l". Riodan, Leonard D. Murmes, VYillian.i F. Santry, Manager. Third Row: Robert M. Pierre, John H. llaloney, Albert J. Dilflumeri, James F. Keane, Louis N. iiiaeelietti, James ll. JenningS. ASEBALL SQUA RFSICNTING the 1943 edition of wartime baseball, E. H. S. style. Baloney ball or not these boys all had a Certain gleam in their eyes all season which gave their opponents no solace whatever. By dint of some heavy walloping ol' the cast iron pellet and some fancy fielding or pitching they all made the team and carried on in the best traditions of old Montgomery Manor. They had some big shoes to fill, but when the results were all in, it was ascertained that they had come through. The inheld composed of Joe Flanagan on first, Captain John Yurewicz 011 second, Jacky Farrell at shortstop and Bill Brady on third was flashy defensively and though it was not quite on a par with last year's offensively it certainly wasn't far behind. The outfield composed of Evangel Bardho in left, Luke Manning in center and Tom Buckley in right was made up of three newcomers to the regular ranks ot' the flychasersg however, Luke Manning did plenty of running around on this year's track team. Jimmy Keane acquitted himself' creditably behind the bat, when Giles Powell was not doing likewise, while both Joe W'oods and the 2ll'0l'0lHl'lll,l0lll'Kl Giles Powell certainly put more than their finger prints on the ball while out on the pitching mound. Yes, they had their ups and downs these boys, even though they were mostly ups. However, it was the fact that they never stopped lighting until the last man was out that endeared them to all their loyal rooters and made the season the highly successful one that it was. 100 SPOHTS HIGHLIGHTS OACH OHRENBERGER certainly has a right to be proud of his work during the present school year. He has given three city championships Cfootball, hockey, trackj to a grateful school. The football team was the best in years with a galaxy of stars that will be remembered long after they have graduated. The biggest thrill of the season? Perhaps it was Koren Kasabian's never-to-be-forgotten 65 yard touch- down jaunt against Latin. It could have been any one of 'fPunty" Gill's beautiful touchdowns passes or even the time when Giles Powell making his first entrance of the season with a green second team cut off tackle and raced down the sidelines for 67 glorious yards. Yes, all of these could have been the biggest thrill but there was just as big a thrill watching that rock-ribbed line play and those vicious blocks. No greater thrill could be had than watching the "Three Horsemen" run with knees piston- STATE CHAMPIONS 1943 All hail to the conquering heroes! These boys topped off a brilliant season by making the best time in relay competition from all over the state. In fact they lost only one race the whole year and that strangely enough was the last race of the season. Their sole defeat came at the hands of an inspired Mechanics team in the Reggie finals when the Artisans took a substantial early lead and grimly held on to it even though Court Ellis brought the crowd to its feet by his closing spurt. They were truly great runners performing in perfect harmony- the result-an unbeatable relay team. ing driving, always driving for that extra yard. The hockey team also had an abundance of spirit. After dropping the first game they surged back and finally overtook and passed that same Trade team in the struggle for the City Championship. The two individual feats which stood out most during the year were Paul Gill's trick of acquiring five points in a single game and Adam Caputo's feat of accom- plishing the hat trick twice during the same season and later his also throwing in an extra goal for good measure. The track team not only crowned itself with glory by capturing the City Champion- ship, but brought further glory to Montgomery Manor by coming in second in the state. Three cheers for Coach Ohrenberger and all the boys that were fortunate enough to be on the teams. The loyal sons of old English are proud of you. CHEERLEADERS No football game would be complete without the active presence of the cheerleaders to lead the massed student body in vocal support of the team. YVhen the surge is on toward the enemy goal line the cheerleaders evoke the throaty support of the stands. When the ene- my roll our lines back the cheerleaders mass with double effort the UHold that Line" chorus. Cushing, Degnan, Driscoll and Cronin deserve a loud cheer themselves for their great work. in J. Farrell, Courtland H. Ellis, William M. Gilbert, Luke E. B. Manning John J. fusliing. Francis J. Degnan, John T. Driscoll, John J Cronin Final i-n,str'11cz1'0ns bfjorrf thx' first solo fflfgflt. anguish this monstrous thing:" here is the theme and essenee W our eonsiderahbf expanded military training program. Its aim, hut not its jinal goal, is to eonqaer. Then Qhut onbf thenj can eome eon- solidation. 1 Correet-stepping Eng- lish High cadets are enoisioning not merebf the hlood of hattlqields, hut the glory mf peaee. They see far ahead, and understand that oietory for our side hears a wondeiyfulfruitg their eyes are shining. STAFF IIFFICEBS lfnllrllz Row: f'l1urll's M. llodwcll, Gerald J. Lcuvcr, Jolln J. Cushing, Joseph ll. Lyons, lfvvrcll J. lford, lllallcr ll. Brown, lvillisuln J. Slmnnon, lirnx-NL J. Golden, Pm-ter .L Lcntini, George F. M:u'Kay, Alfred R. Lottcro. lllzirzl lflllll' Mllrln-ll lluddzul, Alfonso A. ll:Llflzlsrxarrc, Marlin H. Rulrlnoviiz, .Klvzmn J. 'l':lll, 'l'l1o1n:1s l.. NV. lYoodln:lll, Tllonms li. U'llri0n, Hignrd C. l'crsson, liolu-rt M. Spvvlor, Vvilllunl B. Teplltz, P2LSqll2llC R. Gregorio, l'lr:1m-is ll, Goins-y, .Kllu-rl, .L ll:-llnonlv. rr-mul lfulr: Armando I':1lmim-ri, George Nlllllllilll. Dudley C. D. Vl':1tson, James A. M1-Czurtlly, Irving .Lt-11-llwfo-iz, Alvin l. Sf-hill, Curl A. Andvr- son, .lm-ol: In-nslcin, l"rcds-ri:-k VY. Girfcls, Barrett Ring, Stanley Feldman, Robert M. .Mull-rson, Russell S. Walsh, .lose-ph .loss-pls, l"r:mcis A. lloylc. rnlll Huw: lYilliuln l". fllm-Guirk, llcnry Nl. Corrado, John G. Edwards, Joseplx S. Mllclxcll, llillllillll llc-llllcsscy, Myron I. Jull'v:, lmvid J. Frcnm-luko, Un-xtzls Visvis, Anthony J. Cnggiuno. FIRST REGIMENT lffmrtlz Razr: 'l'luo1n:xs G. Shannon, Harold W. Manning, Tlnolnzns P. Mc-Gourty, Roy G Norden, Ric-lmrd V. Millar, William Feinberg, Joseph ll. Lyons. Third Ifmr: I-'ulco R. Fzxlvione, Malcolm B. Hagopian, lfram-is X. Kelley, Anthony R. S1-:upim-l1io, lla-lrzuxn S. Wm-ixnah-in, Frank Cusal, Harry Y. Ilcwcy, Melvin ll. Frcedluan. Swcflvlll ll'u1l',',X1'll1l1r H. Kolsll, Peier P. Barra. Andrew Besseile, Morgan ll. foopur, Vlmrlrs ll, Vllutv, l':1ul V. lluly, Paul V. Bosal, Front Ix'nn': lidwnrd J. Sullivan, Gerald S. Hrirkzuan, David Neusludt, Mr. lh-ml, llilllffllll Ill-nrlz-ssl-y, .losl-ph l':ns1-isvial, Myron Newman, John T. Driscoll. SECONll BEGIMENT Fourth Row: lInIlI1vu J. Iiih-y, XI:1rvin if Imxxis, Jnnuw V. U'H:1ru. Arthur N. Iiuhn, Morris N. Kzlzzlnjizxn. Xuvim-r I". III-riulino, Yincen P. Nnhilvs. CImrIvsi'1xIIm'11. Tllfrzl lflllff f'h:1rI4-s IC. Ilis-Imr1Isun, S:lI1:lsIiun I". Riu. Yin:-I-nl X. Yilnlo, Jzlnlcs I'. C'onm'IIy, Gvnrgc S. Elias. 'I'I11'u4Iurv II. .I:u'uIxs. ,Xngc-Io J Sardelln, Paul -I. 4'1-nu-run. Swcnml Razr: Wilma-r IC. Iirnmlun. Sianxlcy I". Wussm-1 mam. Ilnlph J. P. Pnl:-uri. ,Knllumy J. G. Seine-one-, Jos:-ph I.. Guslmvski, Corramlu Ili I Urs-gorio. I"r0sI1-rim-k 'I'. NI1'l'z1riI1y. John X, Huninmml. 34:1 inuel Rosenfielrl, Ihlylnunml I", IYI1iiI:1Iier. Frnnt Razr: Le-my Y. Hunt. Iluviwi Nl. Nlaurzynski, I51-rnzlrcl f'uIl1'n,f.'nptz1in HPIIl1k'NSl'j'. I'11IxxnrmI R. I"itzg0raIfI, Myron Ii. III:-Imn, Iiyrun Iicrmiimuru THIRD REIIIMEN T Fourth Run-: li:-r:iImI J. IIOIIVCT. Alfred II. liiaungrxlmlm-, l'uIL-man IJ. livury. Ilnhvrl If. Vnrnc-rin, Leonard .L Hiniulti. Thlrzl lfuux' lilly Johnson, John N. I':1l1z1-lin, John J. f'usI1ing, John I. l'1mg4Iui1, I'ImIw:lr1I IJ. FImfc-r. .hlgllslillv IV. ITunuv:ln, Irving Il, Guhibs-rg. Srrnnrl Huw: I'I4Igur Y. N. IA-'L', Iluln-rf II. IYitI4'n:1114-r Irving I. Ostruv. .I:l4'uh 1'. .Xjm-inizul, John II. NI4'NI:lnlls, Joss-ph II. iII1i1'f':1l'QIIi, Kt'llIlt'IIl. Yvv. l"ronl lfuzrr Ilunulal II. Foster, Rohn-rl X. Kuppf-ns, IIurs:1lnKusI1isI1, IIIl'IlIl'll1lIlI P1-lhum II. f'Icil1cl1l.Gvurgr N. ,Klum-jzlily, liizu-uino F. Ili Savinu Iwo I'I. 'I'up0I. I FUUBTH REGIMENT uurih linux' 'l'ho1n:1s IC. Dolan, Junu-s 'l'. Xlvllllgzll. Arfhllr Y. fiilllllS, llolzwl li. clilflllllil. lluvinl l. lmwm-ll, Slnnlvy J. 1'lill'nrd. l'lu'r1l lfulr: lfrzlnk ll. NlM'4n1z-, l'lslniun4l J. llrown. Wlilliuni H. .Xhe-rn, Jr., Yvilliuni l". lic-:1g:1n, .Ioan-ph ll1'1nl4'l'sky, l'l1lw:1rd ll. f':1rrnll, Marlin llookspzlll. wuml lfnw: .Xllnn Yvnlk, John 'l'. lVNvil. Nivlmlas G. Kurlhus. Leon Alperin. Louis X. Sznigiulo. Nil-Imlns llmlfigliu, l'lclw:lrd !4:inrll1-r, 'l'lmrnm .l. Nlvllugll, llrlw: :rd Vhin run! Huff: YYilli:un X. Pollm-lx, liulu-rl l", l.r1x'4-zzulzi, lfrzlnr-is l'. l"mlg0r1-, l1it'llil'IlZlIli l'1-lhznnl ll. f'lvlm'l1I, Pm-lu-r G. lim-rhino, Saul Ululfson, G4-urge I". Xlvlnnis. BAND Fourth lfuzr: Me-lving T. Moran, Irving Gold Arthur Albrecht, Kim-lnird L. Goodwin, Joseph W. Pruughl, Charles li. Coulson, James F. Morris, Third Ifuux' Sumner Gorodelsky, Soo H. G. Kung, Edgar F. Noble. Livingston S. V. Nloystun, Donald J. Aniiruult, Adrian J. Krul, Shepard. N. Arkin, Wiilliuxn lluhey. Swami lx'::u'.' Paul ll. Johnston, Gladstone Scott, Jr., Rim-hard VIL-monte, GL-orgc N. Sinull, Joseph Lim-hstcr, Rohurt F. Pcltcrmti, Robert Shea. Frmzt Run-: Melvin K0l!l!8C'l1, Ralph D. Nelson, Nuzare-no l". Cugini, Mr. f'onnvll, liiclmrcl J. llihotto, Ilurvvy P. Goldie, Irving Sharad George Sniiih. ' 'V Lf'?W'i l W 1.3K 'WV 'Ylmf-" ' D'V4 f .JQ9M f Q' 'Y 'Y Ni T BUGLE AND DRUM CDBPS Fourth Row: Michael M. Addomi, Robert B. McFarlane, Irving I.. Cohen, Richard J. Zanetti, Fred Broderick. Third How: John J. Leary, Bell, Thomas L. Brennan, John J. Sullivan. Marshall Raser, Joseph P. Cuddy, Norman A. Scotch. Secmzd RUIIT Robert M. Greene, Charles R. NeHalsingh, Joseph N. Soracio, Vincent ll. Talbot, Carl Brown, Charles lVeiustein, Wallace, Hilary H. Callender. Front Row: Constantine P. Choharis, BIaxwell,J. Scheifer, John J. Cushing, Alvin I. Schiff Captain, .Xlvun J. Tall, Captuing Charles G. Karafo- tiss, George R. White, Raymond P. Dicillio, Jr., FIF E AND DRUM CDBPS Thirzl Ifmlx' J. Jones, F. Yvelling. H. lvaugh, H. Slwelian. ll. Snilwrlzlnrl. P. Kzllzlfniis. Serum! Razr: J. Tierney, 'l'. Hunt, J. MacHale. J. Hoyt, A. A. Tzxylor, ll. Rosenberg. J. llurkc. Front How: Ronald B. Payne, D. Griffin, C. Flynn, YV. Gownc, G. Hillman, A. Fell, W. Vampbell, .X. Pcllcticr. x np .. Tflff ,vpirff Qf flu' .W'I'I'I'f'f"HIf, HA17Ill'7'I f-rm Huy lllI.Yl'F1'lIlll'l' Ilf fvllllfflhv lfz'1'f'r If rn hu uhm 0111. R I exing probiems bothered our business friends this year. Turmoil, trouble, and tension of war eon- fronted them at every turn. But with their ability to organize and their courage of eonvietion they too surmounted digfeulty and overcame erisis. Each year they Ioyalbf seleet this medium for their message to the buying pubiieg we bespeah for them your consideration. In the Long Run . you and your friends will prize the portrait that looks like you-your truest self, free from stage eifects and little conceits. It is in this "long run" photography that PURDY success has been won. Portraiture by the camera that one cannot laugh at or cry over in later years. For present pleasure and future pride protect your photographic self by having PURDY make the portraits. Q PLEASING PORTRAITS I PROMPT SERVICE Q RIGHT PRICES Means Satisfaction Guaranteed P U R D Y 160 TREMONT STREET BOSTON Offtcial Photographer of the Class of 1943 110 CRTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY College of Liberal Arts Offers a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the understanding of modern culture, social relations, and technical achieve- ment. Students may concentrate in any of the fol- lowing fields: Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Mathematics, Physics, and English. Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental and Pre- Legal courses are offered. Varied opportunities available for vocational specialization. Degree: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. College of Engineering Offers curricula in Civil, Mechanical Cwith Aeronautical optionj, Electrical, Chemical, and Industrial Engineering. Classroom study is sup- plemented by experiment and research in well- equipped laboratories. Degree: Bachelor of Science in the professional field of specialization. College of Business Administration Offers the following curricula: Accounting, Marketing and Advertising, and lndustrial Administration. Each curriculum provides a sound training in the fundamentals of business practice and culminates in special courses devoted to the various professional fields. Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Ad- ministration. School of Law Offers day and evening undergraduate programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. A minimum of one-half of the work accepted for a bachelor's degree in an approved college or its full equivalent is required for admission to this school. Case method of instruction. Admits men and wonief' School of Business Ofiers curricula through evening classes in Ac- counting, Management, and Engineering and Business, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in specified fields. Prep- aration for C.P.A. Examinations, private ac- counting, and for the various fields of business and industrial management. Short intensive programs may be arranged. Co-educational. Evening Courses of the College of Liberal Arts Certain courses of the College of Liberal Arts are offered during evening hours in the fields of Economics, English, History, Government, Mathematics, Psy- chology, Physics, and Sociology. A special program preparing for admission to the School of Law is also available. The program is equivalent in hours to one- half the requirement for the A.B. or S.B. degree. Associate in Arts title con- ferred. Special courses may also be arranged. Co-educational. Co-operative Plan The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Engineering, and Business Administration are conducted on the Co-operative plan. After the freshman year, students, may alternate their periods of study with periods of work in the employ of business or industrial concerns at ten-week intervals. Under this plan they gain valuable ex- perience and earn a large part of their college expenses. Your Guidance Ojficer - A Friendly Career Counselor NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY llirrrlor of Adrni.iJion.f Boston, Massachusetts Please send me a catalog ofthe lj College of Liberal Arts lj College of Engineering E1 College of Business Administration lj School of l.aw lj Evening School of Business Name .... Address .... C-la 'Tl o so Q :- -a 3? l" o cv I Z 2 I' -1 E U7 Q O c 'U o 2 as -1 o 2 Q IT7 IIIIIIDCI Evening-College of Liberal Arts Day Pre-Medical Program Day Pre-Dental Program Day and Evening Pre-Legal Programs -..MIDDlESEX..- UNIVERSITY Scientific, Pre-Professional, Professional Training for Essential War and Peacetime Opportunities Coeducational. 100-acre campus, modern newly erected buildings. Faculty of specialists for each school. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. Strong courses in chemistry, phys- ics, biologyg excellent laboratory fa- cilities. Basic training for many vital wartime activities. Pre-professional courses-1-year pre-veterinary courseg 2-year pre-medical course. Accelerated 3-year program leads to A.B. and B.S. degrees. Next class enters ,Iuly 1, 1943. SCHOOL on Msnlcms. 3-year accel- erated course leads to M.D. degree. Next class enters November 24, 1943. SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE. 3-year accelerated course leads t0 D.V.M. degree. Next class enters .Iuly 1, 194-3. CATALOG WILL IE SENT ON REQUEST MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY 0 WALTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS UNDER-GRAD LIKE AND WE LIKE UNDER-GRADS Pardon us tor pointing, but we seem to be it when it comes to outfitting the smart X' ' young men ot New England. We've had '., many years ot experience in satisfying their Y K YN demands land believe us, they know what I, Q '33, 5 ' they wantl. Parents approve too, tor Kennedy prices are always geared to the 4 g ,ff Qs, times. 5 - ' x Tx - is , Q 5 LQTX ,je fffllf h I-I' K E N N E D Y ' S fy FAMOUS UNDER-GRAD SHOP 112 America needs technically trained men High school graduates and others can tram at FIELIIIQIIII Technical Institute and help to meet Americas need for skilled war Workers Both mdustrv and the aimed services need technicians DAY ENGINEERING COURSES START JUNE 14 Industrial Mechanics Industrial Electricity Industrial Chemistrv Llectiical Mainte nance Fleetiic' il Wning Pharmacy Auto Wiring and Repan 'Iechnical Oiientation Advanced I lectricitx Adv anced Chemistry EVENING TECHNICAL COURSES START JUNE 14 A vaiietw of courses in I6 fields of mdustrx building enginceiing, mcchanies C atalo RANKL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 41 Berkeley St Boston HAN 6590 I A . I . 1' . 4 . .A y . Z .Q I 4, x . Q . , J . -' 2 , - ' '. - mobile Service Management, Automobile C . . Y' Y , .5 vl ' I .' , .. 1 ' ' - v u . . 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