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NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE YEARBOOK W. Randolph Angell Editor Milton H. Stern Associate Editor K hvar l K. Tolson Business Manager Karic F. Sicfjfricdt Assistant Business Manager Mother of men! Ay, mother indeed Of your boys today as in days de- parted, Showing the way that the mind may speed From the land it knows, to the land uncharted. i NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY- FIVE YEARBOOK OF ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL THE STORY OF OUR ALMA MATER DURING THE WAR YEAR OF 1944-45 THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS VOL. LX PUBLISHED JUNE 1, 1945 Dedication ith admiration for his many superlative qualities, and with appreciation for his outstanding contributions to the success of The English High School athletic squads during the past thirteen years, the Class of 1945 dedicates its Yearbook to Mr. William H. Ohrenberger, recently promoted to the position of assistant direc- tor of physical education in the Boston Public Schools. Graduated from The English High School in 1923, our former mentor ma- triculated at Boston College, where he distinguished himself in his studies as well as on the athletic field. It was but natural that after being awarded his degree in 1927, Mr. Ohrenberger should choose teaching and coaching as his vocation. At St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Jamaica Plain, and at Georgetown Preparatory School, Washington, D. C, he taught mathematics and directed the athletic prograyn. Having secured a master ' s degree and having qualified for appointment as a teacher in the Boston Public Schools, he became a member of our own faculty in 1930. When Mr. D. Leo Daley, now head master of Boston Technical High School, relinquished his duties as coach of the Blue and Blue in 1932, he was succeeded by Mr. Ohren- berger. During the years that have followed, our football, baseball, track, and hockey squads have maintained arid even enhanced the famous traditions ofE. H. S. athletics. Coach Ohrenberger ' s teams have won many City championships arid several State titles, as well. But, apart from his outstanding record as a coach, " Bill " Ohrenberger has been an incalculable influence for good in our school. His class room work has always been superior. His cheerful and capable handling of couritless extracurricular assigriments has dotie much to facilitate the administration of the largest school in Boston. Above all, the wholesome example of his splendid character has been an inspiration to every English High School boy. We congratidate him upon his well-merited promotion. We wish him happiness and success in his new position. We assure him that to the Class of 1945 and to every other member of The English High School, the name of William H. Ohrenberger will always symbolize the finest attributes of a coach, a teacher, a gentleman. William H. Ohrenberser, PkB., Ed.M. Assistant Director of Physical Education Boston Public Schools Foreword War seemed very far away from us on that happy day in September, 1941, when we hurried forth from heme in eager anticipation of registering at the English High School . . . New freedom, new responsibilities, new experiences, new associations claimed our attention all through those first thrilling weeks during which as freshmen we underwent our indoctrination course in the service and traditions of the oldest public high school in the United States. . . . Autumn and those crisp afternoons, with early dismissal for those boys who planned to attend the football games . . . the crowds at Braves Field . . . the cheering practice in the Gym in preparation for the next game . . . the surge of satisfaction at being part of a grand school with championship athletic teams . . . the climax contest with Public Latin . . . the wonderful assembly at which the players were awarded their letters . . . and then. . . . Pearl Harbor . . . December 7, 1941 ... a date that will live in infamy. . . . Things changed a good deal after our country recovered from the initial shock . . . Home life changed, too, as relatives left for training camps; as fathers grimly settled down in the war plants of Greater Boston to give the boys in the Armed Forces the tools with which to begin the job ... At school, we had air-raid precaution, military drill with a new meaning, the V- program, and a greater emphasis on mathematics, the sciences, and the languages. . . . Long days and nights of waiting . . . Then came military sweeps in North Africa, hard fighting for footholds in Italy and on the isles of the Pacific . . . Upperclassmen leaving school to enter the service . . . Decorations and citations as the Air Force battled for the skies over Europe, and the carrier squadrons waged a war of attrition against the fleet of Japan . . . Ocean- spanning letters from Head Master Walter F. Downey to Fighting English all over the world. . . . D-Day in Europe . . . the prayerful solemnity that pervaded our American cities as families sought help and strength to carry on . . . The dramatic smash through France by Pat- ton and Bradley and their fellow-commanders . . . The capture of Paris and many another enemy-held city . . . On to the Rhineland! to the heart of the Reich! to the island outposts of Japan, with American bombers over Tokyo. . . . Senior year . . . against the backdrop of war . . . But it ' s a victorious war now . . . We too carry on in the victory spirit . . . Remember the Stadium game? . . . Senior prom, rings, committees, commissions in the E. H. S. regiments . . . extra-curricular activities, meetings, assemblies, and after-school jobs ... It has been a restless year, but with victory on every breeze. . . . There is a victory of idealism as well . . . the ideal of service to the school, the ideal of getting along together in the American way, the ideal of doing a good job for oneself and for one ' s instructors . . . the urge to prepare thoroughly and conscientiously for whatever is to come. . . . It is our earnest hope that this idealism will shine forth from between the lines as we write . . . that this Yearbook will somehow reveal the true E. H. S. spirit of the Class of 1945, courageous even in those dark days of the past four years when our fellow-Americans had to fight their way through mine fields in the shadowed valleys; courageous now, as we join the onward march of our nation ' s manhood along the heights to Victory. s I. FACULTY Pages 13 to 18 II. THE CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE Pages 19 to 86 III HIGHLIGHTS IN ATHLETICS Pages 87 to 100 IV. MILITARY DRILL Pages 101 to 108 V. ORGANIZED FOR SERVICE TO E. H. S. Pages 109 to 128 onstant as the Stars T URING the last four years we have traveled along together, attempting many things. Some have succeeded, and others have failed; but out of these victories or defeats have come, tested in the forge of experience, ideals and attitudes that will serve us through life. Time, in its onward sweep, is relentlessly carrying us toward a new portal that will open to us the lists of life and at the same time close upon us the period of carefree high school days. We must turn in different directions, some to enter the world of business and industry, others to continue their educational activities. All groups, however, are bound together by the strongest of ties, their loyalty to Alma Mater. English High has not only nourished us through these formative years, not only strengthened us in mind and in body, but above all it has imbued us with its spirit — a spirit constant as the stars. This feeling has no sudden birth. It is the result of long exposure to English High aims and traditions. Through the years this loyalty has attained an almost legendary reputation. To us of English it is a source of pride; to others, a cause for wonder. Each class, as it returns year after year to renew its pledge of fealty, gives evidence of the vigor of the love that fills the heart of every English High man from his entrance as a freshman to his departure as a senior and far beyond. Our introduction into the world of endeavor initiates us into the body of alumni whose principles become ours and whose example we cherish. The new dignity will test our worthiness to uphold the honor of our school. Whether in business or in education, the ideals of manhood must be those taught us in our youth. Conditions may differ, and no definite rule for the conduct of our class- mates can be laid down ; but he who follows the guidance of English High has a firm basis for future success. As our predecessors have been models for us, so too do we become ex- amples for those who follow. We, who have but lately learned the truth, have become teachers. Thus it lives on, in a never-ending cycle, this elusive something with which old English endows her sons. Because of it, we will go on planning and building until the world is a better place for living, and until Honor is the goal of every man ' s Achievement. JOHN H. CRIMMINS June, 1937 Walter F. Downey, A.B, Ed.M. Head Master n Appreciation ' I HE ending of the present school year will mark the completion of Mr. Walter F. Downey ' s thirty-fifth year of devoted service to The English High School . . . For twenty-three of those years he has guided the destinies of the school in his position as Head Master . . . High honors, civic and professional, have come to him during his career . . . He returned to us in September, 1943, after having held the office of Commissioner of Education of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts . . . His name is known and respected throughout the entire country as being one of the most distinguished in his profession . . . And yet, and to us this is the full measure of our Head Master ' s devotion to English High, even on the busiest days of the school year, at an early hour in the morning, throughout the school day, or late into the afternoon, his office door is always wide open in a welcome to the boy who would seek counsel, to the serviceman on furlough from the stark realities of war, to the parent who feels baffled by problems arising out of prevailing conditions . . . Mr. Downey has striven masterfully to interpret or us and fo us the mis- sion of our school in the world of education, what The English High School stands for, and what it is: Not a building broad and high, Turrets pointing to the sky; Not a system hard and cold; Not a pen for sheep in fold; But a spirit, sweet and fair, Breathing consecrated air, Wearing robe of spotless hue. Bearing banner blue and blue. The boys of the Class of 1945 respectfully pay tribute to a loyal friend, unflagging in his zeal to do everything in his power at all times to help each and every one of his boys toward the goal of honor and achievement in life. English High School in Wartime The school regiments are seen lined up on Warren Avenue in the annual Memorial Day observance. In the words of the English High School Memorial Tablet: " The English High School acclaims her sons who have faced death for their country in the wars of the last hundred years. " Hundreds of servicemen on furlough have visited their Alma Mater this year. Here Captain John Jones, ' 36, of the Army Air Force signs his name in the visitors ' book. He has returned from thirty-five missions overseas, the winner of combat medals and citations. Head Master Walter F. Downey pre- sents the English High School Service Honor Medal to Technical Sergeant Andrew E. O ' Brien, ' 42, AAF. Sergeant O ' Brien has completed thirty bombing missions and has been awarded the Air Medal. Backing Fighting English. War Bonds totaling $14,775 were purchased at E. H. S. during our 6th War Loan Drive, December 12, 13, and 14. The boys who are about to invest in bonds are, left to right: Howard F. King, ' 47; John K. Costain, ' 47; Henry J. Abdelmaseh, ' 47; and Eugene M. Rossman, ' 47. Classmates: ' ' J he Class of 1945 is the fourth class to graduate while our country is engaged in World War II, a war which will determine not only our future, but indeed the fate of all mankind. Four years ago we were bewildered strangers, merely students of the largest high school in the city; Today we are molded as one strong body, united, and un- surpassed. We are living in an era which will be decisive not only for ourselves, but also for the whole course of world history. Economic, social and political transitions are imminent. We of the present are like swimmers caught in a whirlpool consisting of two currents, the past and the future. A great task stands before the leaders of our democracy, but an equally great task is ahead of us. The problems of reconstruc- tion and readjustment to a new and better civilisation will require our services. We who are watching the machinery of government today will be called upon to solve the problems of tomorrow. In our hands will lie the responsibility of a cherished heritage. Let us strive to make certain that this will be a better, a happier and a healthier world. We bid farewell to our masters who have always been helpful and sympathetic. They have not only broadened our knowledge of the classics, literature, and the sciences, but they have inspired in us a true love of learning. We shall always cherish a high regard for them. And to Mr. Downey who has always aided and assisted us, we offer our humble tribute. May he guide many more classes in years to come with his exemplary leadership. I wish to thank you sincerely for the faith and trust you have placed in me and I hope that in the future we may again be united as we are today as an active unit within our alumni body. This Yearbook will be a constant pride to us as the completed record of our happy days at The English High School. No matter what divergerit walks of life we follow, no matter what different experiences come to us in the grim years ahead, we shall always be together in the pages of this Yearbook, Classmates of 1945, forever, Karle F. Siegfriedt, Vice- Presideyit of the Class of 1945 E. H. S. ' 45 FACULTY Heads of Departments Serving on Faculty Committees FRANCIS P. GLAVIN, A.B., Ed.M School Accounts Faculty 1944-45 English Department GERALD F. COUGHLIN, A.B., A.M. Earl M. Benson, A.B. Henry A. Black, B.S., A.M., Ed.M. John 1). Carew, B.S., M.A. Donald Dewart, A.B., Ed.M. Edward C. Donahue, A.B., LL.B. Thomas G. Ecrles, . " V.B., Ed. M. Frederick (). (iifford, A.B., Ed.M. William J. Hayes, A.B. Alfred B. Kershaw, A.B., A.M. Maurice F. Murphy, A.B. (Jeorge I. Pettingill, A.B. William J. Roche, A.B. Clinton C. Schetfy, A.B. Robert G. Simmons, A.B., Ed.M. Philip H. Woodwell, A.B., Ed.M. History Department RALPH F. V. QUINN, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. Richard E. Burton, (Army), A.B. J. Paul Chavanne, A.B., A.M. .Icseph L. Kennedy, A.h., Ed.M. Fred H. Kierstead, A.B. Bernard H. McGrath, A.B., A.M., LI..B. Cecil D. Macllroy, A.B., A.M. Francis X. Moloney, (Navy), . .B., Ed.M. Deane S. Peacock, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. F;imer H. Phelps, A.B., A.M. Latin Department JOHN H. WARD, A.B. , A.M. G. Thomas Antico, . .B. William J. Dooling. A.B.. A.M. Walter L. Leighton, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Bernard L. McCabe, A.B., A.M. Kenneth G. Richards, (Army), A.B., A.M. Modern Language Department BARNABY M. HOGAX, A.B., A.M. i. Albert Brack, A.B. Robert M. Evans, A.B., A.M. William M. Frink, A.B. Maxwell Geldings, A.B., Ed.M. Leo V. Halloran. A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. Charles J. Hamlin, A.B., A.M. Merrill C. Hill, A.B., A.M. . lbert I. Maguire, A.B., Ed.M. Jeremiah J. O ' Leary, Jr.. A.B., Ed.M. Fridolf H. Peterson, A.B. Edward J. Powers, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. Frank A. Repetto, Ph.B., Ed.M. Paul .M. Shea, (Army), A.B., A.M. Edward H. Wilson, Sc.B., Ed.M. Fourth Row: Messrs. John J. McCarthy, William J. Hayes, William J. Roche, .Arthur J. Sullivan. William H. Ohrenberger, James A. (ioldthwaite, John E. Bowler Third Row: Messrs. William T, P. Higgins. Bcrnar l H. McGrath, John H. Card, Myron C. Hamcr. John F. McCarthy. Wilson Snu..ihall, Cliarles . Weber, Harry C. Barber. Second Row: Messrs. John K, Keelon, Hollis D. Hatcli. J. Albert Brack, Edward N. Wilson. Miah J. Falvcy, Wil liam J. Dooling. Barnet Rudnian, Frederic (). (iifft)rd, John 1). Shore Front Row: Messrs. Robert M. Fivans, Edward J. Powers, John H. Ward, Cierald V. Coughlin, Louis R. Welch. Miss Mary . Hagerty. Serretarii; Miss Irene E. Kelly, Librarian; Miss Dorothy M. (iiblin. Serriturii; Mr. Walter F. Downey, Head Master Departments Mathematicn Department CHARLES J. KEELON, Sc.B., Ed.M. Harry C. Barber, Sc.B., A.M., Ed.M. James A. Caffrey, Ph.B., Ed.M. Wallace M. Clark, A.B., A.M. Michael D ' Amelio, A.B. James A. Goldthwaite, A.B. Myron C. Hamer. Sc.B., A.M. William T. Higgins, B.Ed.. M.Ed. Harry Lesser, B.B.A., B.S., M.B.A. Enor E. Lundin, Sc.B., Ed.M. John E. McCarthy, Sc.B. Car! Miller. A.B., LL.B., Ed.M. Charles F. Murphy, A.B., Ed.M., LL.B. Lcroy M. Rand Barnct Rudman, A.B., Ed.M. John U. Shore, Sc.B., Ed.M. Science Department LOUIS R. WELCH, Ph.B., M.S., Ed.M. Laurence R. Atwood, . .B. Harold 1. Brown, Sc.B. John H. Card, Sc.B. Frank H. Clark, A.B., A.M. Arthur L. Evans, A.B., M.S. Everett J. Ford, A.B., Sc.M. Elliott P. Frazier, Sc.B.. Ed.M. Francis P. Glavin, A.B., Ed.M. HoUis D. Hatch, A.B.. Ed.M. Karl Miethe, A.B., Ed.M. Commercial Subjectt Department DANIEL FOLEY. A.B., A.M., LL.B. Carl H. Adams, B.S.E., M.S. A. Edward F. Bell, Sc.B., A.M. John E. Bowler, B.B.A., M.B.A. , Kd.M. Edward J. Connell .John J. McCarthy, Sc.B., Ed.M. Wil.son Snu.sliall, . .B. Angelo Traniello, B.B.A., NLB.A.. Ed .M. Charles A. Weber, Sc.B. V ociitinnnl Cnun.ielors Miah J. Falvey, A.B., M.B.A. Martin F. Kane, A.M., Ed.M., LL.Ii. Pliysieitl Fitne.s.f and K(l nratton John K. Keelon, B.B.A., Ed.M. William H. Ohrenberger, Ph.B., Ed.M. J. Clifford Ronan, B.B.A. Jcseph F. Sheehan, A.B., A.M. Arthur J. Sullivan, Sc.B., Ed.M. Militari Drill Lt.-Col, Joseph McK. Driscoll (Army) Capt. John F. Donahue (. rmy) Maj. Mi ' hael J. Lannon Maj. William H. Meanix (Army) 1st Lt. Francis J. O ' Donnell Fourth Rotr: ISIessrs. G. Thomas Antico, Edward C. Donaliue. John D. Carew. Frank . . Repetto, William M. F ' rink, F dward F. Bell, Maurice F. Murphy, Angelo Traniello, Harold I. Brown, Carl H. . danis, Charles F. Murphy. Third lime: Messrs. Wallace M. Clark, Philip M. Woodwell, Thomas G. Ecclcs, Bernard A. McCabe, Elmer H. Phelp.s, Robert G. Simmons. Charles J. Hamlin, James A. Caffrey, . rthur L. Evans, LeRoy M. Rand, Joseph L. Kenney, Maxwell (ioldings, Carl Miller Second How: Messrs. Karl Miethe, Everett J. Ford, Leo V Halloran, George I. Pettengill, FJIiott P. Frazier, Michael D ' Amelio, Deane S. Peacock, Enor E. Lundin, Fred H. Kierstead. Clinton C. Scheffy, Harry Lesser Front Row: Messrs. Barnaby M. Hogan, Charles J. Keelon, Ralph F. V. Quinn, Martin F. Kane, Joseph F. Sheehan, Earl M. Benson, J. Clifford Ronan, Merrill C. Hill, F ' rancis P. Glavin, Laurence R. Atwood AT the close of this school year, Mr. Earl M. Benson, master in the English Depart- ment, will have completed his thirtieth and final year of service at English High School. Mr. Benson is an alumnus of Wesleyan University, Class of 1906. He taught English at Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, at Detroit University, and at the Fall River, Maiden, and Wellesley high schools prior to coming here in 1915. He has brought to his classes a wealth of scholarship, a hearty good humor, and a genuine interest in each and every boy. A lover of good reading, he has inspired a similar enthusiasm in all whom he has taught. He has literally guided generations of English High School boys through the treasure house of the very best and finest in literature. xj a In 1933, Mr. Benson secured a leave of absence and went to Europe. He stayea in London for ' one winter, attending London University and enjoying to the full the romantic old London of England ' s great writers. During the spring, he traveled in France and Italy. Then, he sojourned in the Scotland of Sir Walter Scott. In 1935, he summered in the British Isles, enjoying a bicycle tour around the coast of Ireland. All these rich experiences he shared with his subsequent classes at English High School. On the eve of his retirement, we extend to Mr. Benson the sincere appreciation of all English High School students and alumni. May he enjoy a long and happy retire- ment on his farm in Maine, his hours filled with a deep satisfaction springing eternally from his accomplished tasks as a teacher, friend, and guide. E. H. S. OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1945 Second Rok: Anthony P. Nohile {Executive Committee), Mr. Klliott P. Frazier, Lcroy F. Gorham (Executive Committee) Front Row: Karle F. Siegfriedt (Vice Prendent), Carlo V. Mantini (President), John P. Doneghey (Secretary-Treasurer) SEN O R S The Friends We Knew CLASS SONG 1945 The friends we knew, So staunch and true, Their faith we ' ll not betray; Their comradeship Our hearts will grip To guide us on our way. And if her years Be filled with fears, For Alma Mater pray With all that ' s best May she be blest, " Our wish for her today. Dear English High, We say goodbye; We pledge that we ' ll be true. You ivied walls And hallowed halls Will live in mem ' ry ' s view. The truths you ' ve taught Cannot be bought; They ' ll mould our will to do. We ' ll lead the fight For all that ' s right With banners Blue and Blue BOYS OF ' 45 America — The Land We Love Not long ago a young veteran who had just returned from the front greeted me down town on Summer Street. He was bronzed and physically fit. He was an E. H. S. man, — inexpressibly happy at being home again in, — as he put it — " in the good old U. S. A. " Speaking earnestly to me, he said, — " I have just returned from Burma. The Golden Gate at San Francisco looked pure gold to me and to all the fellows with me. I never really fully appreciated my own country before. You know, I feel that it would be a wonderful thing for every American to have the experience I have had — to be away from this country for one full year. Only then could he really appreciate the United States of America — what it really means to say — ' I am an American. ' " E. H. S. boys have repeatedly said this same thing to me while visiting school after their trips to and from every part of the globe. There is no country like it anywhere. This is the direct testimony of our own boys who now have travelled far and wide. Yes, of course, it is home, and that is everything. This means many things. I do not need to mention them, nor describe them. They are just what we consider home, — neighbors, home ways of doing things, — our family, our friends, our church, our school, our pals. To each one of us — this is America. To safeguard all of these — we fight; since they are in danger — we risk all for their protection, and preservation. The boys of ' 76 won for us our right to be free and independent; the boys of ' 61 preserved our Union; in ' 17 they first went abroad as an armed force to defend our shores. Now again fellows like you are winning the victory that we see ahead. America owes everything to you, and to every member of our All-American Fighting Team. For the first graduation since 1941 we see the dawn of victory. God grant that it may come soon. May He grant that soon you may return to your regular normal peacetime way of living. You are representatives of E. H. S. wherever you go. We are very proud of each one of you. Remember we share with you your sacrifices and your proud achievements. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, we fervently ask God to bless and protect you — every one. 1t Head Master THOMAS M. ADAMS " Tom " " Tom " is a graduate of the Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . enthusiastic school- boy sports fan . . . now a soldier in the United States Army . . . a safe and speedy return home, " Tom " ... 8 Ellsworth Street, Dorchester. MILTON H, ADELMAN " Mi fy " Entered from the William Black- stone Intermediate School . . . honor standing in mathematics in junior year . . . commissioned a captain in senior year . . . ambition is to become a chemical engineer . . . will enter North- eastern University . . . resides at 24 Irving Street, Boston. ROBERT V. AMBROSE " Bob " From Edward Everett School to E.H.S. . . . honor averages: freshman and junior English; sophomore and junior mathe- matics; junior history and phys- ics .. . preparing for M.I.T. ' s course in chemical engineering . . . lives at 22 Pleasant Street, Dorchester. ROBERT E. ANDER " Andy " His Intermediate School was the Washington Irving . . . honor grades in Spanish in sophomore year, and in history in junior year . . . rank of captain in senior year . . . has applied for Boston University . . . favorite subject is business law . . . home is at 328 Beech Street, Roslindale. WILLIAM M. ANDERSON " Red " Came to English from St. Peter ' s School, Dorchester . . . won a Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in sophomore year . . . maintained honor standing in all subjects for four years . . . averages of A in history, French, and mathematics in freshman year; A " in English and A in French and mathe- matics in sophomore year . . . member of Student Council in senior year . . . residence is at 366 Geneva Avenue, Dorchester. W. RANDOLPH ANGELL " Randy " To English High from the Prince School . . . will major in chemistry at Harvard . . . honors in history, Latin, and French in sophomore year; in English in junior year . . . staff photographer of Record in junior and senior years; associ- ate editor in senior year . . . editor-in-chief, 1945 Yearbook . . . residence: 405 Newbury Street, Boston. RICHARD A. ANGORN " Dick " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . honor roll in sophomore year with an A in Spanish; honor roll again in junior year with an A° in history and an A in Spanish . . . lieutenant ' s commission in senior year . . . will attend Massachusetts College of Pharmacy . . . resides at 4 Greendale Road, Mattapan. LOUIS E. ASHLEY " Lou " A product of the Sherwin School . . . honor marks in freshman English, civics, Span- ish, and mathematics; and in sophomore English, Latin, and mathematics . . . hopes to attend Harvard and eventually become a surgeon . . . 1059 Tremont Street, Roxbury. •(23 } JAMES A. ATSALES " Jim " Theodore Roosevelt Intermedi- ate School . . . track squad in freshman, sophomore, and jun- ior years . . . football in junior year . . . captain of patrol in senior year . . . honors in his- tory and in mathematics in junior year . . . will take the pre-medical course at Holy Cross . . . home is at 4 Atherton Street, Jamaica Plain. HOWLAND T. ATWOOD " Howie " From Clark ' s Harbour Public School, Clark ' s Harbour, Nova Scotia . . . honors in English (A°), Latin, French, and mathe- matics in sophomore year; and in English, history (A ' " , Latin, mathematics (A ), and physics ( A ) in j unior year . . . Lawrence Prize, fidelity and deportment, junior year . . . Harvard Prize Book, junior year . . . lieutenant ' s commission, senior year . . . preparing for Harvard and a teaching career . . . lives at 12 Redfield Street, Neponset. JOHN 1). AVGEKOS " Smiley " Came to English High School from the Lewis Intermediate School . . . intends to matricu- late at Northeastern University School of Engineering ... in- terested in aircraft design and construction . . . resides at 337 Warren Street, Roxbury. JAMES J. AYLWAKI) " Moose " From Our Lady of Lourdes School in Jamaica Plain . . . served as Record representative freshman year . . . honor marks English, history, French and mathematics, as a freshman; in English and mathematics as a sophomore . . . entered Boston College in February, 1945 . . . lives at 2 Helena Street, Jamaica Plain. ALBERT K. AZERSKY " Al " Prepared for E.H.S. at the Oliver Wendell Holmes Inter- mediate School . . . honor marks in mathematics as a sophomore, and in physics and bookkeeping as a junior . . . hobby and career interest is in radio engineering . . . heading for R.C.A. Institute in New York City . . . home ad- dress: 804 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester. EDWARD M. BANIEWICH " Ed " Graduated from the Cathedral School . . . honor marks, in freshman year, in civics and French ; in sophomore, in his- tory and economic geography; and in junior, in American his- tory . . . ambition is to become a research chemist in the plastics industry . . . address is 517 Harrison Avenue, Boston. MYER S. BAR ASH " Ml fee " Came to English from the Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School ... as a sophomore, he won honor rank in English, German, and mathematics; hon- ors in all major subjects in jun- ior year . . . individual prize drill winner in junior year . . . college choice is Harvard . . . residence: 41 Outlook Road, Mattapan. ROBERT U. BARKY ■Bob " John A. Andrew School . . . freshman honor marks in civics and Spanish . . . honor grade in history in sophomore year . . . hockey, football and baseball letterman . . . residence: 22 Gavin Way, South Boston. •{24 WILMOT E. BEANE " Wi7 " " Wil " came to English High from the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . en thusiastic about model railroads and a successful business career . . . resides at 51 Saunders Street, Allston. ROBERT D. BELLO " Bob " Entered from the Oliver Wen- dell Holmes Intermediate School . . . excelled in French and in Latin as a sophomore . . . cadet lieutenant in senior year . . . plans to study aeronautical engineering . . . home is at 165 Crawford Street, Roxbury. STANLEY BEREZIN " Stan " From the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . attained honor roll and an A in mathe- matics, sophomore year; honors in English, history, and Latin, junior year . . . library corps, cadet lieutenancy in senior year . . . Boston University and the profession of dentistry . . . residence: 11 Vesta Road, Dor- chester. CARL W. BERGEL " Berg " Came to E.H.S. from St. Mary ' s School Elizabeth, N. J. . . . honor roll in freshman, sopho- more, and junior years; an A in freshman history and an A in sophomore Latin . . . Record representative, freshman year . . . room councilor as a fresh- man and as a senior . . . president of this year ' s Student Council . . . will study engineering at Columbia University . . . home: 1277 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston. JOHN A. BERGIN " Johnny " " Johnny " transferred to Eng- lish High School from the Public Latin School in senior year . . . excelled in mathematics in ninth grade . . . residence: 55 Fen- wood Road, Roxbury. DAVID F. BERKELEY " Dave " To the Double Blue from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . participated in track in sophomore year . . . lives at 44 Russet Road, West Roxbury. JOSEPH A. BLAGIOTTI " Joe " Entered English High School from the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . achieved honor averages in English and in French as a junior . . . lieutenant on the Patrol Staff in senior year . . . will study accounting at Boston University College of Business Administration . . . address: 14 Batchelder Street, Roxbury. PAUL R. BJORKLLND " Paul " Entered from Public Latin School . . . starred at E.H.S. in football, baseball, and track . . . honor man in all subjects throughout course here; A in sophomore in mathematics; A° in junior history and English . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in junior year . . . captain ' s commission, senior year . . . preparing for Dart- mouth . . . resides at 38 Hough- ton Street, Dorchester. {25 AARON P. BLANK " P it7 " Attended Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . ex- celled in Latin, French, and mathematics in sophomore; in English, mathematics, and phys- ics in junior . . . cadet lieutenant, senior year . . . will attend Bos- ton University . . . lives at 41 Angell Street, Dorchester. FREDERICK J. BLESEDELL " Freddie " Entered from the Edward Ever- ett School . . . plans to enter business world after war service . . . home is at 16 Windermere Road, Dorchester. HENRY P. BOIVIN " Hen me " His Intermediate School was the Grover Cleveland . . . his life ambition is radio engineer- ing . . . interested in electronics and allied subjects . . . his home address is 8 Josephine Street, Dorchester. ANTHONY BON AVI RE " Tony " Prepared at the Edward Everett School . . . honor marks in economics and Spanish in junior year . . . lieutenant ' s rating in senior year ... 65 Gushing Avenue, Dorchester. ROBERT J. BOUTILIER " Boots " Entered from Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . spectacular record in football, track, and baseball . . . hopes to enter Cornell . . . resides at 5 Chesbrough Road, West Rox- bury. JOHN N. BOWES " Jackie " Entered from St. Ann ' s School in Dorchester . . . starred in football, track, and hockey in junior and senior years . . . will postpone college until after the war . . . resides at 10 Assabet Street, Dorchester. JOHN J. BOWLES " Johnny " Prince School, Back Bay . . . honor averages in freshman English and civics and in junior history . . . will enter naval aviation as a career man . . . lives at 25 Peterborough Street. ROBERT J. BOY DEN " Bob " From the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . honor mark in English in junior year . . . member of trick squad in junior and senior . . . lieutenant ' s commission . . . objective is Army Air Force via West Point ... 16 Gerald Road, Brighton. •{26 RICHARD J. BRANCA " Dick " His Intermediate School was the Frank V. Thompson . . . track team in sophomore year . . . football in senior year . . . headed for Boston College and a law course ... 23 Selden Street, Dorchester. ARTHUR I. BREEN " Art " A graduate of the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . commissioned a lieutenant in senior . . . plans to enter Boston University for the pre-medical course . . . lives at 602 Walk Hill Street, Mattapan. FREDERICK J. BRODERICK " Red " " Red " came to English from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . his chief activity has been the Bugle and Drum Corps . . . hopes to study archi- tecture eventually . . . will en- list in the Navy soon ... 32 Montgomery Street, West Rox- bury. GEORGE W. BROGAN " Rusty " William Howard Taft Intermedi- ate School . . . sophomore honor work in German and mathe- matics . . . junior honors in Eng- lish, history, Latin, and physics . . . captain ' s commission in senior . . . interested in sports, engineering, and M.I.T. . . . 102 Murdock Street, Brighton. FRANK P. BRLNEITA " Francis " Attended the William Black- stone School . . . honor roll in sophomore year with A " in German . . . honor roll also in junior year with A in German and A in history . . . lieutenant, in senior year . . . preparing for M.I.T. ' s course in chemical engineering . . . resides at 4 Millmont Street, Roxbury. JOHN E. BURKE " Jackie " To English High from the Thomas N. Hart Intermediate School . . . honor grades in French in sophomore year . . . cadet lieutenant in senior year . . . entering Boston College, and then will serve with the Navy ... 11 Ticknor Street, South Boston. JOHN J. BURKE " JJM. " Entered E.H.S. from St. Mar- garet ' s School in Dorchester . . . honors in mathematics in fresh- man year . . . favors swimming as a sport . . . will enlist in the Navy . . . home port: 180 Boston Street, Dorchester. WILLIAM J. BURKE " Bill " Came to English High from the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . favorite sport is swimming . . . expects to attend Boston College . . . home: 18 Embassy Road, Brighton. {27} .JOSEPH F. BURNS " Joe " " Joe " attended the Theodore Roosevelt Intermediate School . . . since October, 1944, he has been serving in the Navy . . . home address: 14 Kensington Street, Roxbury. RICHARD J. BI RNS " Dicfe " Mary E. Cur ley Intermediate School . . . honor grades in Eng- lish and history in freshman year . . . member of football squad in sophomore . . . assistant manager of football as a junior . . . 78 Spring Park Avenue, Jamaica Plain. HUGH E. BUSHMH.LER " Bush " From the Prince School . . . honor grades in freshman Eng- lish, history, and mathematics; in sophomore English and Latin; and in junior English and his- tory . . . track team in junior and senior years . . . Boston University, C.B.A., his inten- tion . . . lives at 56 Charlesgate East, Boston. DONALD A. CAMERON " Don " From the St. Thomas Aquinas School, Jamaica Plain . . . honor roll, freshman and sophomore; A in English . . . honor marks in junior English, history, mathe- matics, and physics . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment . . . captain . . . solo trumpeter in orchestra . . . entering M.I.T. and a career in naval architec- ture and marine engineering . . . 44 Anawan Avenue, West Rox- bury. JAMES N. CARIOFILES From the Patrick T. Campbell Intermediate School . . . honor roll, sophomore year . . . honors in history, mathematics, and physics as a junior . . . also Lawrence Prize Award in fidelity and deportment . . . Student Council and drill captaincy in senior . . entering Boston University to study journalism ... 75 Bloomfield Street, Dor- chester. WILLIAM E. CARR " Biir " Bill " is from the Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . made honor grades in economic geography as a sophomore, and in physics as a junior ... on patrol staff in senior year . . . 24 Rollins Street, Boston. JAMES H. CASEY " Shamus " Entered E.H.S. from the Lewis Intermediate School . . . busi- ness bent, ambitious for success in the wool business . . . resides at 92 Maywood Street, Roxbury. GEORGE F. CASSELL " Ike " Grover Cleveland Interm ediate School . . . honors in mathe- matics and French (A " ) in sophomore year; and in mathe- matics again in junior year . . . basketball and football squads . . . hockey manager and cadet captain in senior . . . will major in mathematics at Boston Col- lege ... 72 Whitten Street, Dor- chester. 08 EDWARD V. CERULLI " Eddie " Attended the Donald McKay Intermediate School . . . inter- ested in a business career . . . enthusiastic bowler and base- ball fan ... 212 Maverick Street, East Boston. HORACE C. CHESSMAN, JR. • ' Cher Attended Woodrow Wilson In- termediate School . . . honor grade in mathematics in sopho- more year . . . lieutenant in drill, Yearbook staff, as a senior . . . ambitious for career in Maritime Service . . . will enter Massa- chusetts Maritime Academy . . . home: 33 Owencroft Road, Dor- chester. LEWIS I. CHESTER " Lew " Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . honor grades in French and mathematics in sophomore year, and in physics in junior year . . . individual prize drill winner in junior . . . captain ' s commission in senior . . . Northeastern University, his choice . . . home is at 32 Gerald Road, Brighton. NORMAN M. CHITEN " Norm " Graduated from the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . member of the Bugle and Drum Corps . . . specializing in salesmanship . . . lives at 37 Evelyn Street, Mattapan. .FOFFN B. CLEMENS " Jack " Entered English High School from the Sacred Heart School in East Boston . . . room coun- cilor in freshman year . . . hockey squad . . . enlisted in the Navy in December, 1944 ... 41 Falcon Street, East Boston. LOUIS M. COCCE " Lou " Came to English from the Lewis Intermediate School . . . room athletic captain in senior year . . . also captain in military drill . . . entering Northeastern Uni- versity to prepare for medical career . . . residence is at 77 Moreland Street, Roxbury. ALVIN COHEN " Alvie " Qualified for E.H.S. at the Wil- liam Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . commissioned a lieu- tenant in senior year . . . enter- ing the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy . . . home is at 78 Glenville Avenue, Brighton. FRANK COHEN " Frankie " Graduated from the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . room councilor in sophomore year, also Lawrence Prize Win- ner in fidelity and deportment . . . honor grades in English, Latin, and French, in sopho- more; in American history, in junior . . . Record staff and cadet captain in senior year . . . Northeastern University Law School . . . resides at 57 Night- ingale Street, Dorchester. {29} IRVING L. COHEN " Len " His intermediate school was the Frank V. Thompson in Dor- chester ... he has enhsted in the Army Air Corps . . . has served in the Civil Air Patrol Cadets . . . drum major of the E.H.S. military band . . . home is at 54 Lucerne Street, Dor- chester. RICHARD COHEN " Dick " Entered from the William How- ard Taft Intermediate School . . . honor standing in English, history, and French in his junior year . . . Record and Yearbook contributing editor in senior year . . . commissioned a lieutenant in senior year . . . will attend Boston University . . . ambition is to become a naval flight surgeon . . . resides at 10 Melvin Avenue, Brighton. SIDNEY COHEN " Std " Admitted to English High School from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . honor roll sophomore and junior years with an A in sophomore French . . . his hobbies are canoeing and chemistry . . . life ambition is to be a chemical engineer . . . hopes to enter M.I.T. . . . home is at 49 Lucerne Street, Dorchester. HERBERT J. COLLINS " Pewee " He came here from the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . was on the song committee . . . life ambition is mechanical engineering . . . plans to go to M.I.T. . . . hobby is sports ... he lives at 20 Woodsworth Street, Boston. PAUL J. COLLINS " Paul- Was graduated from St. Pa- trick ' s Parochial School in Rox- bury . . . assistant football manager in second, third, and fourth year . . . awarded his " E " in football . . . received honors in English and history in freshman year; in English, history, book- keeping, economics, and geog- raphy, in sophomore year . . . honor roll in junior year ... is a cadet staff officer . . . after serv- ice in the armed forces, he will follow a business career. RICHARD F. CONLEY " Dick " Prepared for E.H.S. at the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . holds rank of captain in military drill . . . expects to serve in the Navy . . . postwar plans include technical school ... 221 Cottage Road, West Roxbury. HERBERT M. COOPER " Herb " From the Oliver Wendall Holmes Intermediate School . . . a- chieved honor roll in his sopho- more year . . . honors in English and mathematics in his junior year . . . lieutenancy in senior drill . . . ambition is to graduate from M.I.T. in electrical engi- neering . . . lives at 14 Abbot Street, Dorchester. D.4MD COR.MAN " Davey " Graduated from the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . honor roll throughout course; A in English and in French in sophomore; A in English and A° in physics in junior . . . Lawrence Prizes in English in sophomore and junior years . . . Record staff . . . lieu- tenant ' s rank . . . will enter Army Air Force . . . lives at 6 Wilmore Street, Mattapan. ■{30 } JOHN W. CORONELLA From the William Blackstone School . . . honor grades in sophomore year in English, German, and mathematics; and in history and English in junior year . . . Record staff in junior . . . cadet lieutenant in senor . . . home is at 8 Wall Street, Boston. JOHN J. COSTELLO " Costy " " Costy " is from the James P. Timilty School . . . received nonor marks in English and Spanish in sophomore year . . . lieutenant ' s commission in sen- ior year . . . address is 73 Centre Street, Roxbury. JOHN J. COTTER " Jack " Came to English High School from the Grover Cleveland In- termediate School . . . honor grades in French in sophomore year; in history, mathematics, and Spanish in junior year . . . cadet lieutenant . . . plans to matriculate at Boston College . . . home: 38 Dix Street, Dor- chester. EUGENE F. COUGHLIN " Mtfee ' ' St. Mark ' s School, Dorchester . . . freshman honor grades in history and English; sophomore honors in English and mathe- matics . . . room athletic cap- tain as a junior . . . staff captain and Head Master ' s aide as a senior . . . objective is North- eastern University Law School . . . resides at 23 St. Mark ' s Road, Dorchester. CHARLES E. COI LSON " Charlie " Entered from the Sacred Heart School, Sharon . . . sophomore honor marks in English, French, German, and mathematics; jun- ior honors in English mathe- matics, and physics . . . lieu- tenancy in senior . . . Yearbook staff . . . looks ahead to a business career . . . home is at 69 Park Drive, Boston. HENRY A. COVENEY " Hank " Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . honor grades as a sophomore in English and Latin; as a junior, in English, Latin, mathematics, and physics . . . rank of captain in drill . . . col- lege choice is Tufts . . . home address: 5 Larchmont Street, Dorchester. FOREST E. GROUSE " Blondie " From the Ashland Central School, Ashland, Maine . . . preparing for M.I.T. course in chemical engineering . . . honor roll throughout E.H.S. career . . . A° in English, A in mathe- matics in freshman year . . . A in English, Latin, and mathe- matics in sophomore year . . . captain in military drill in senior year ... 5 Whiting Street, Rox- bury. ROBERT H. CURRAN " Bob- Attended the Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . achieved honor grades in German and mathematics in sophomore year . . . assistant manager of hockey . . . lives at 69 Sycamore Street, Roslindale. {31 JOHN J. CROWLEY To E.H.S. from the Mather School in Dorchester . . . glee club, track squad in freshman year . . . honor grade in history in sophomore year . . . interested in radio engineering . . . plans to enter Northeastern University . . . home address: 24 Winter Street, Dorchester. FRANCIS S. CROWNE " Bunny " From St. Mary ' s School to Bos- ton College and a business career via English High . . . awarded Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in first year . . . sophomore honor grades in French and Latin . . . room coun- cilor in third year ... 52 Wash- ington Street, Charlestown. F. S. CRIHCKSH.4NK, JR. " Frankie " Lawrence School, Brookline . . . honor grades in English, French (A ), German (A ), and mathe- matics in junior year; Lawrence Prize in French . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in junior . . . room councilor . . . cadet lieutenant . . . M.LT. and engineering career ... 114 Fen- way, Boston. JAMES C. ClIMMING " Jim " Qualified for English High at the William E. Russell School . . . freshman honor grades in mathematics and clerical prac- tice; sophomore honors in book- keeping and economic geogra- phy; junior honors in physics; war mathematics, and book- keeping . . . cadet lieutenant . . . resides at 157 East Cottage Street, Dorchester. VINCENT J. CinVIMISKEY " Rex " Edward Everett School . . . honors in all subjects in fresh- man year, and in French and mathematics in sophomore . . . room councilor . . . interested in engineering and M.LT. . . . resides at 109 Stoughton Street, Dorchester. JOHN F. Cl ' RLEY " Johnny " Entered English from the Solo- mon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . letterman in football, senior year . . . rank of lieutenant in military drill . . . life ambition is in engineering . . . plans to attend Northeastern University ... 72 Hiawatha Road, Matta- pan. MICHAEL J. CZAJA " Mike " Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . football, third and fourth years . . . captain in military drill . . . second-year honor marks in history, book- keeping, economic geography; third-year honors in English, history, mathematics, and phys- ics .. . candidate for Boston College . . . resides at 299 Albany Street, Boston. ANTONIO D ' AMELIO " Tony " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII . . . honor roll in all subjects for four years at E.H.S. . . - freshman history (A ) LawTcnce Prize, French (A ) . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in jun- ior year . . . senior picture com- mittee . . . cadet captain . . . college choice is Massachusetts State . . . resides at 89 Sanborn Avenue, West Roxbury. .{ 32 JOHN L, D ' ANGELO " Jack " From the William E. Russell School . . ' . honor grade in freshman English . . . switch- board operator . . . resides at 10 O ' Callaghan Way, South Bos- ton. A. J. D ' AKCANGELO " Tony " Graduated, from the Michel- angelo Intermediate School . . . received an honor mark in second year Spanish and bookkeeping . . . ambition is to study medi- cine at Harvard . . . living at 59 Hull Street, Boston. EDMUND R. DAVIS " Eddie " Entered E.H.S. from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . honor rank in Ger- man in sophomore year . . . his major interest is in music . . . intends to enter the New Eng- land Conservatory ... S3 Maxwell Street, Dorchester. GERALD S. DAVIS " Jerry " Frank V. Thompson Inter- mediate School . . . cadet captain and Head Master ' s aide . . . Record business staff for three years . . . advertising manager of Record in senior year . . . headed for the Massachusetts School of Optometry . . . resides at 40 Jones Avenue, Dorchester. ANTIIO.NY R. I E CINTI " De " From the Michelangelo Inter- mediate School . . . honor grades in Latin and history in sopho- more year . . . room councilor also . . . wishes to study medicine . . . candidate for Tufts College . . . home: 32 Prince Street, Bos- ton. THOMAS J. DE COURCY " Tom " " Tom " entered from the Chev- erus School in Jamaica Plain ... in second year he had honor marks in French . . . drill lieu- tenant in senior . . . Boston College and business future for " Tom " . . . lives at 23 Parkton Road, Jamaica Plain. ALBERT .J. DELLO RUSSO " De " Hails from St. Anthony ' s School in Boston . . . his record at Eng- lish includes an honor mark in second-year Latin ... an appli- cant for Northeastern University Engineering School . . . address of " Del " is 36 North Bennett Street, Boston. ARTHUR H. DELOREY " Art " To English from the Mary E. Curley Intermediate School . . . honor standing in mathematics in sophomore and junior years . . . commissioned a captain in final year . . . home is at 75 Forest Hills Street, Jamaica Plain. 33 PETER A. DE LUCA " Pete " Came to Old English from the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . honor marks in sophomore his- tory and in junior year history and mathematics . . . anticipates a climb to the top in the business world ... at home at 176 Minot street, Dorchester. CARMEN A. DE MATTEO " Carm " From the Blackinton School . . . honor grades in mathematics in sophomore . . . room councilor in senior . . . Record photography section in junior and senior . . . pre-med at the University of Maine . . . home address: 44 St. Edward Road, East Boston. MARIO J. DI GREGORIO ' ' Mario " Blackinton School . . . senior picture committee . . . lieuten- ant . . . excellent scholarship record . . . honor roll every year . . . A° in sophomore English; A in sophomore and junior mathematics; A in junior Eng- lish and German . . . M.I.T. and mechanical engineering ... 34 Gladstone Street, East Boston. VRED J. Dl LEONE " Freddie " Pre-Englished at the William Blackstone Intermediate School . . . held lieutenancy in the junior year . . . Boston College and a career in aviation . . . lives at 22 Irving Street, Boston. VINCENT J. DI NUNZIO " Vince " Entered from the Michelangelo Intermediate School . . . would favor a medical career, with pre-med work at Harvard . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in first year . . . lives at 24 Prince Street, Boston. LOl IS DI SESSA " Louie " Prepared at the Blackinton School . . . honor grades in sophomore year in Latin, French and mathematics; in junior year in history, French, and mathe- matics . . . home is at 21 Glad- stone Street, East Boston. ROBERT M. DOBBINS " Bob " William Howard Taft Inter- mediate School . . . honor grades in sophomore French and in junior history . . . model airplane designing is his hobby . . . planning for aeronautical engi- neering at M.I.T. . . . resides at 461A Park Drive, Boston. WILLIAM J. DOBBINS, JR. " Bill " From the William E. Russell School . . . received honors in English in junior year . . .in- tends to enter the Bentley School of Accounting ... 84 O ' Callag- han Way, South Boston. {34 MURRAY S. DOBRO " Maish " Came to English from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . candidate for Boston University . . . sophomore honor marks in French, German, and mathematics . . . prize drill winner ... 25 Theodore Street, Dorchester. JAMES J. DOHERTY " Dot " Robei t Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . honor grades in English, Latin, and French in second year . . . basketball in junior; football in senior . . . will attend Boston College . . . home: 146 Lasell Street, West Roxbury. PHILIP P. DOHERTY " Phil " St. Margaret ' s School, Dor- chester . . . honor standing in bookkeeping, first three years; and in English and typewriting in third year; choice is North- eastern University . . . his resi- dence: 16 Spring Garden Street, Dorchester. BERNARD J. DONAHER " Bernie " Entered from the Mather School . . . honor grade in freshman civics . . . drill captain in junior year . . . interested in economics on the career basis . . . home is at 370 Quincy Street, Dorchester. JOHN P. DONEGHEY " Donny " St. William ' s School, Dorchester . . . first year: honor roll with A in English; second year: honors in Latin, French, English (A ' ); third year: honors in English, history, and mathematics . . . lieutenant . . . class secretary and treasurer . . . will enter Bos- ton College . . . residence: 99 Sydney Street, Dorchester. ROBERT V. DOOLEY " Bob " Elementary course at Public Latin School . . . E.H.S. honors in freshman history, French, and mathematics; in sophomore English, French, and mathe- matics; and in junior English, history, and mathematics . . . cadet captain . . . prom commit- tee . . . cheer leader . . . Record staff . . . hockey squad . . . en- listing in the Navy . . . ambition is West Point or Annapolis and a career as a flying officer . . . residence: 84 Martin Street, West Roxbury. WILLIAM B. DOOLEY " Bill " His intermediate school was the Robert Gould Shaw . . . track star in junior and senior years . . . college choice is Notre Dame . . . ambition is engineer- ing . . . home is at 22 Larkhill Road, West Roxbury. JOHN J. DOUGLASS " Jack " From the St. Thomas Aquinas School in Jamaica Plain . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in freshman . . . honor grades in English, his- tory, French, Latin, and mathe- matics . . . aviation club . . . switchboard . . . commissioned a lieutenant . . . will study civil engineering at M.I.T. . . . home: 51 Landseer Street, West Roxbury. {35 } JAMES J. DOWD " Jim " St. Joseph ' s School, Roxbury . . . honor grades in English, history, and mathematics in freshman and junior years . . . honor roll in all subjects in sophomore year . . . lieutenant . . . will enter M.I.T. ... 26 Regent Street, Roxbury. PAUL J. DHAGO " Paul " Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . honors in all subjects in sophomore and junior years with A in mathematics and in French . . . Lawrence Prize in mathematics . . . track . . . room councilor . . . Record representative . . . ring com- mittee . . . cadet captain . . . Holy Cross College is his choice ... 19 Cliffmont Street, Ros lindale. JOHN U. DRKYFUS " Jack " Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . honor grades in English, French, German, and history . . . drill captain . . . plans to enter Georgia Tech . . . lives at 4 Middleton Street, Dorchester. JOSEPH H. DRISCOLL " Joe " Prepared for English at the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . starred for the Blue and Blue in baseball . . . hopes to enter Notre Dame . . . am- bition is a career in the big Leagues . . . home: 607 Gallivan Boulevard, Dorchester. PAUL D. DUFFY " Dujf " Came to English High School after completing courses at the Edward Everett School ... he excelled in Spanish in his sophomore year . . . his home is at 774 Dudley Street, Dor- chester. KOBEKT J. DUFFY " Bob " From the Gate of Heaven School in South Boston . . . trick squad, ' 43 . . . football, ' 44 . . . cadet lieutenant . . . sophomore honors in English and French (A°) . . . honor roll, junior year . . . will study civil engineering at Northeastern . . . address is 443 East Sixth Street, South Boston. CHARLES D. DUR. N " Chuck " Came to English High School from the Lewis Intermediate School . . . obtained honor grades, second year in bookkeep- ing and economic geography . . . hopes to become a top-flight radio technician ... 103 Win- throp Street, Roxbury. THOMAS S. DURANT ' T. S. " St. Mark ' s School, Dorchester . . . honor marks in English, history, and bookkeeping, in second year . . . honor average in physics in third year . . .in- terested in chemistry as a major . . . matriculating at Boston College ... 93 Welles Avenue, Dorchester. {36 ELLIOT EIDELMAN " Whitey " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment; honor roll, ' 43 . . . honors in English, French, and history, ' 44 . . . drill lieutenant, ' 44 . . . captain of patrol, ' 45 . . . aiming at Harvard Medical School . . . 40 Hazelton Street, Mattapan. STEPHEN G. ESRATI " Stevey " Lawrence School, Brookline . . . honor averages in English, French, history, mathematics, and physics . . . expects to enter M.LT. . . . lives at 98 Mountfort Street, Boston. WALTER K. FALES " Wally " To E.H.S. from the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . achieved honor grades in all subjects, as a junior . . . hopes to attend M.I.T. . . . resides at 46 Torrey Street, Dorchester. PAUL H. FARRELL " Paul " Attended the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . football squad . . . honor average in sophomore mathematics . . commissioned a lieutenant i n senior year . . . Dartmouth, his college preference ... 8 1 Undine Road, Brighton. JOHN F. FAVALORO " Fav " St. Thomas Aquinas School, Jamaica Plain . . . honor roll in freshman, sophomore, and jun- ior years; A " " in history and in bookkeeping . . . winner of three Lawrence Prizes . . . cadet cap- tain . . . U. S. Navy now; college after the war ... 159 South Street, Jamaica Plain. ALBERT E. FAVREAl) " Al " Attended William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . honor roll in sophomore and junior years with A in French and mathematics in sophomore . . . lieutenant . . . hopes to fly with the U.S.A.A.F. . . . address: 292 Summit Avenue, Brighton. STANLEY FAY " Stan " His intermediate school was the Frank V. Thompson . . . honor roll in both second and third years . . . cadet captain . . . plans for M.I.T. . . . lives at 18 Wiltshire Road, Brighton. ALFRED FAYER " Al " From the William Blackstone School . . . honor grades in Latin and mathematics in second year; in physics in third year . . . in- terested in the Massachusetts School of Optometry . . . home: 26 North Anderson Street, Bos- ton. {37 NATHAN H. FEARER " Nate " Theodore Roosevelt Intermedi- ate School . . . honor roll in sophomore and junior years with A° in history and A in English, French, German, and mathe- matics . . . future includes U. S. Navy, M.I.T., and a career in structural engineering . . . resides at 7 Wardman Road, Roxbury. ANTHONY J. FEIL " Tony " From the Mary E. Curley Inter- mediate School . . . switchboard operator . . . captain in Fife and Drum Corps . . . applying for Boston University . . . residing at 259 Chestnut Avenue, Jamai- ca Plain. HERBERT FERRARI " Herbie " Hugh O ' Brien School . . . track, assistant manager . . . honor grades in first-year mathematics and clerical practice and in second-year bookkeeping . . . room athletic captain in second year . . . interested in account- ancy and Boston University, C.B.A. ... 23 East Cottage Street, Dorchester. ANTHONY M. FERRARO " Tony " Entered English High from St. Joseph ' s School, Boston . . . served as room athletic captain in sophomore year . . . lives at 85 Chambers Street, Boston. JAMES A. FIORE " Blackie " Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . honor roll, sophomore year . . . junior-year honors in English, history, Latin, and mathematics (A ' ) . . . room athletic captain . . . drill captain . . . will enter Boston College . . . home address: 447 Beech Street, Roslindale. LOUIS J. FIORENTINO " Louie " Came to English from the Clarence R. Edwards Inter- mediate School . . . honor grades in Latin and French in sopho- more year . . . home address is 64 Washington Street, Charles- town. IVORY P. FISH ■ ' Perry " Came to English High from Cony High School, Augusta, Maine . . . honor grades in junior year in French, mathe- matics, and chemistry . . . resi- dence: 24 Van Winkle Street, Dorchester. R. FITZFATRICK, JR. " Fitz " St. Mary ' s School, Charlestown . . . honor grades in freshman English, civics (A ' ); mathe- matics, and clerical practice (A ); and in sophomore English, bookkeeping (A ' ), and econom ic geography ... 31 Winthrop Street, Charlestown. {38 CHARLES J. FLYNN " Red " Entered from St. Mark ' s School, Dorchester . . . football squad in junior and senior years . . . enlisting in the U. S. Navy . . . hopes to enter Northeastern Uni- versity after the war ... 118 Wrentham Street, Dorchester. JOHN B. FLYNN " Jacfe " Cheverus School, Jamaica Plain . . . honor roll in freshman, sophomore, and junior years with an A in bookkeeping . . service choice is the Navy . . . college after the war ... re- search chemistry as a profession ... 2 Termine Avenue, Jamaica Plain. JOSEPH A. FLYNN " Jodo " To English High School from the James P. Timilty Intermedi- ate School . . . attained a honor grade in French in his junior year . . . will enter Boston College . . . lives at 11 Enfield Street, Jamaica Plain. CHARLES T. FOGG " Foggy " From the Grover Cleveland In- termediate School . . . honor averages in history, physics, and drawing . . . enlisting in the Navy . . . engineering course later ... 10 Westville Street, Dorchester. IV1AURICE J. FOISY, JK. " Moe " Washington Irving Intermedi- ate School . . . will enlist in the Navy . . . honor grade in French, second year . . . lieutenant ' s commission, senior year . . . ambition is in field of engineer- ing ... 47 Mount Hope Street, Roslindale. JEREMIAH J. FOLEY " Jerry " Attended Public Latin School in Grades VII and VIII . . . honor grades at E.H.S. in fresh- man history and French; also in sophomore mathematics . . . captain on the staff . . . alumni committee . . . objective is a degree in engineering from Northeastern University . . . resides at 60 Burt Street, Dor- chester. DONALD D. FOLLEN " Don " Entered E.H.S. from the Wood- row Wilson Intermediate School . . . honor grades in junior year in physics and in bookkeeping . . . rank of lieutenant on the staff . . . signifies intention of entering Boston College . . . home: 7 Sedalia Road, Dor- chester. JOHN J. FORD " Jack " From St. Columbkille ' s School in Brighton . . . served as chair- man of the picture committee in his senior year . . . Record business staff . . . cadet captain . . . entering Northeastern Uni- versity School of Engineering . . . 236 Washington Street, Brighton. 09 DUVAL F. FOLIRNIER " Val " Attended St. John ' s School . . . hobbies are radio and chemistry . . . expects to work in the field of electronics ... 123 Norfolk Street, Dorchester. ROY E. FREDERICKSEN " Freddie " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . honor grades in English, Spanish, and mathe- matics . . . room councilor . . . Lawrence Prize, fidelity and de- portment . . . 1943 hockey team . . . now serving in United States Army . . . home is at 18 Alabama Street, Mattapan. EUGENE F FROST " Genie " From the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . received honor marks in mathematics, first and second year, and in economic geogra- phy . . . interested in electronics . . . lives at 266 East Ninth Street, South Boston. JOHN 1». FROST " Jack " Another graduate of the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . honor roll, first year, with an A ' in history . . . second-year honors with a Latin A . . . honor grades, third year, in history and Latin . . . career choice is radio engi- neering . . . 266 East Ninth Street, South Boston. DAVID GABER " Gabby " Graduated from the William Blackstone School . . . preparing for the Boston University and a professional career . . . honors in English, Latin, history, and mathematics . . . cadet captain . . . Record and Yearbook staffs . . . residence: 129 Mount Ver- non Street, Boston. JEREMIAH B. GAI.NEY " Jerry " Prepared for English at the Francis Parkman School . . . honor grades in history and mathematics in freshman year; in bookkeeping and economic geography in sophomore year . . . interested in a business career ... 57 Weld Hill Street, Jamaica Plain. JOSEPH C. GALLAGHER " Joe " St. Ann ' s School, Dorchester . . . honor roll in freshman and sophomore with A in mathe- matics, Latin, and French . . . junior honors in English, his- tory, Latin, and mathematics (A ) . . . library corps . . . Record staff . . . has entered Boston College . . . resides at 7 Rosselerin Road, Dorchester. FRANK J. GALVIN " Lefty " To English High from the Mary E. Curley Intermediate School . . . has achieved honor grades in English, Latin, Spanish, and history . . . captain ' s commis- sion . . . ambition is to be a physician . . . will enter Boston College ... 42 Forbes Street, Jamaica Plain. •( 40 ALAN E. GAMER " Duke " Prepared at the Theodore Roose- velt Intermediate School . . . track in sophomore . . . basket- ball in junior . . . honors, second year, in Latin and in French . . . Navy Radio School, his immediate goal ... 137 Hutch- ings Street, Roxbury. EDWARD S. GANEK " Eddie " William Blackstone School . . . preparing for Boston University Pre-Medical . . . honors, third year in English, history, and Latin . . . orchestra . . . lieu- tenant on staff ... 49 Revere Street, Boston. HAROLD GARBER " Red " To E.H.S. from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . lieutenant on regimental staff . . . entering Bsston Uni- versity, C.B.A. ... 99 Hutch- ings Street, Roxbury. LESTER G. GAKLITZ " Les " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . sophomore honor roll with an A in mathematics . . . honors in junior history, French, mathematics, and phys- ics .. . track squad . . . lieutenant . . . plans to enter Northeastern University, majoring in chemis- try .. . 37 Outlook Road, Matta- pan. MANUEL B. GASSMAN " Manny " Attended the Frank V. Thomp- son Intermediate School . . . honor roll in both sophomore and junior years with an A in English and an A ' in mathe- matics . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in jun- ior year . . . lieutenant . . . candidate for M.I.T. . . . resides at 56 Woolson Street, Mattapan. HAROLD D. GINSBERG " Ducky " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . room councilor in second year . . . room athletic captain in senior year . . . life ambition is in radio engineer- ing . . . will enlist in the Navy . . . home address: 29 Almont Street, Mattapan. BIAGIO GHJLLANA " Badgy " Prepared for E.H.S. at the Michelangelo Intermediate School . . . achieved honor grades in English and in Latin in second year . . . college choice deferred until after war service . . . 430 Hanover Street, Boston. RUSSELL F. GODDARD " Russ " Entered from the Cheverus School in Jamaica Plain . . . honor grade in freshman his- tory . . . interested in profession of medicine . . . will attend Bos- ton College . . . home is at 1014 South Street, West Roxbury. •{41 } SIDNEY GODIS " Sid " From the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . pre- paring for Northeastern Uni- versity . . . switchboard opera- tor . . . lieutenant . . . sophomore honors in English, French, and German . . . junior year, honors in all courses ... 25 Frontenac Street, Dorchester. SEYMOUR H, GOFF " Sey " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . Lawrence Prize, second year, in fidelity and de- portment . . . Record representa- tive . . . track team . . . room councilor . . . student council . . . drill captain . . . honor grades in English, German, and history ... to Burdett College . . . residence: 28 Wellington Hill Street, Mattapan. IRVING GOLD ' ' Goldie " From the Lewis Intermediate School . . . preparing for aero- nautical engineering course at M.I.T. . . . honor roll in sopho- more with A in French and in German . . . honor roll in junior year with A " in English, German, and French . . . school military band ... 13 Montrose Street, Roxbury. STANLEY B. GOLDBERG " Stan " Intermediate school attended was the Oliver Wendell Holmes . . . received an honor average at English High in second-year English . . . resides at 26 Millet Street, Dorchester. SIDNEY GOLDER " Sid " From the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School ... to enter Boston University . . . member of chess club . . . hon- or grades in English, history, bookkeeping, and economic ge- ography . . . Lawrence Prize in commercial law . . . rank of lieutenant ... 25 Woolson Street, Mattapan. HARVTY P. GOLDIE " Buddy " Attended the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . school band . . . honor grade in sophomore mathematics . . . plans include the Navy, North- eastern University, and civil engineering ... 3 Carol Avenue, Brighton. ALBERT GOLDMAN " Skippy " James P. Timilty Intermediate School . . . honor roll in second year . . . honor grades in history and in Spanish in third year . . . lieutenant ' s commission . . . Northeastern University, his choice ... 11 Auburn Street, Roxbury. HAROLD E. GOLD.MAN • Hal " His intermediate school was the Frank V. Thompson . . . sopho- more honor marks in English and French . . . junior honor averages in English and history . . . drill lieutenant . . . Tufts College pre-medical course . . . 11 Hildreth Street, Dorchester. {42 LEONARD J. GOLER " Buck " Came to English from the Dearborn School . . . first-year honor marks in English and histcry . . . switchboard opera- tor . . . track squad . . . Drum and Bugle Corps . . . will be majoring in electrical engineer- ing at Northeastern University . . . home address: 1115 Harrison Avenue, Boston. PETER J. GORDAN " Doc " Attended St. Thomas Aquinas School in Jamaica Plain before coming to English . . . three years ' service as switchboard operator ... a candidate for ad- mission to Boston College . . . 45 Jamaica Street, Jamaica Plain. LEROY F. GORHAM " Lee " Graduated from the Holy Trini- ty School, Boston . . . honor grades in history and physics in junior year . . . choice of college is Notre Dame . . . ambitious to serve in United States Marine Corps ... 97 Farragut Road, South Boston. ROBERT M. GORHAM " Bob " Came to English after complet- ing the Woodrow Wilson Inter- mediate School course . . . plans to study at Northeastern University . . . his home address is 3 Granville Street, Dor- chester. SUMNER Gf)ROI)ETSKY " Sonny " Entered from the Patrick T. Campbell Intermediate School . . . E.H.S. Band . . . Drum and Bugle Corps . . . lieutenant ' s rank . . . honors in junior year in English, history, mathematics, and physics . . . has chosen Tufts College and Dental School . . . 33 Castlegate Road, Dorchester. RALPH S. GRANCHELLI " Grand Central " Grover Cleveland Intermediate School to Northeastern Engi- neering with a three-year stop- over at E.H.S. . . . honor grades in French, mathematics, his- tory, and physics . . . will con- centrate on mechanical engineer- ing . . . 114 Westville Street, Dorchester. SAMUEL H. GREEN " Sammy " To E.H.S. from the Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . preparing for M.I.T. . . . honors in French, German, and mathematics (A ) in sophomore year . . . honor averages in history, mathematics, and physics in junior year . . . 1352 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester. ROBERT M. GREENE " Rev " Entered from St. Margaret ' s School, Dorchester . . . member of Drum and Bugle Corps . . . cadet lieutenant . . . honor work, junior year, in shorthand and typewriting . . . will take up newspaper work ... 38 Moseley Street, Dorchester. {43 ALFRED GROSS " A " Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . track . . . orches- tra . . . band . . . staff captain . . . honor grade in German in third year . . . entering North- eastern University . . . residence: 90 Corbet Street, Dorchester. CHESTER M. GROSSMAN ' ' Chickie " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . track . . . drill lieutenant . . . sophomore year, honor work in French and Ger- man . . . has selected North- eastern University ... 26 Deer- ing Road, Mattapan. WILLIAM F. GUINEY " Biir From St. Gregory ' s School in Dorchester . . . plans to attend the Bentley School of Account- ing . . . honor work in first-year clerical practice and in third- year shorthand and typewriting . . . room athletic captain . . . drill lieutenant ... 19 Rangeley Street, Dorchester. PAUL J. HACKETT " Paul " Attended Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Roxbury . . . honor marks in first year in English (A°), history, and French; in second year in his- tory (A ), bookkeeping, and economic geography ... en- listed in the United States Navy in 1944 . . . home address: 4 Parker Place, Roxbury. GEORGE K. H ADD AD " Had " Entered from the Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . commissioned a captain in mili- tary drill in senior year . . . college choice is Northeastern . . . resides at 1330 Washington Street, Boston. ANTRANIG V. HAMPARIAN ' •Arte " Graduated from the Thomas N. Hart School . . . attained honor average in French in sophomore year . . . interested in dentistry . . . candidate for Tufts College ... 585 East Eighth Street, South Boston. BERNARD HARFIELD " Bernie " From the William Blackstone School . . . room athletic cap- tain . . . drill lieutenant . . . honor grades in history, French, and bookkeeping . . . candidate for Boston University, C.B.A. . . . home: 34 Grove Street, Boston. JAMES J. HARKINS " Jimmy " St. Mary ' s School in Charles- town . . . honor roll throughout course: A in French, first year; A in French and Latin, second year; A in Latin, third year . . . Lawrence Prizes in first and second year in Latin; in third year in fidelity and deportment . . . cadet lieutenant . . . Record representative . . . entering Boston College . . . resides at 15 Harvard Street, Charlestown. {44 HERBERT HARRIS " Bucky " Prepared for E.H.S. at the Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . enjoys hockey and football . . . his home address is 15 Ginita Street, Dorchester. JOHN F. HATHAWAY " Jack " Attended the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . holds commission of lieutenant on the staff . . . hopes to attend Boston University, majoring in journalism ... 38 Royal Street, Brighton. ROBERT A. HAWES " AZ " A graduate of the Grover Cleve- land Intermediate School . . . headed for Northeastern Engi- neering School . . . second-year honors in German . . . residence: 3 Longfellow Street, Dorchester. DAVID S. HEFFERNAN From Our Lady of the Presenta- tion School in Brighton . . . three years of track . . . school patrol in senior year as a lieu- tenant . . . war service to be followed by course at North- eastern University ... 47 Hobart Street, Brighton. EDWARD L. HENNESS Y, JR. " Ed " Entered from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . service preference is the Navy . . . college choice is Boston College . . . lives at 254 La- Grange Street, West Roxbury. JAMES W. HENNIGAN " Jim " His elementary school was the Cheverus in Jamaica Plain . . . hobbies are baseball and foot- ball . . . hopes to study law . . . resides at 27 Pond Circle, Jamaica Plain. BYRON E. HERRON " Earl " From the Sherwin School . . . room councilor . . . favors the University of Illinois . . . lives at 1029 ' 2 Tremont Street, Rox- bury. JOSEPH A. HINDS " Joe " Sherwin School . . . will enter Northeastern University to study electrical engineering . . . honor roll in freshman and sophomore years . . . Lawrence Prize, second year, in fidelity and deportment honors in English, mathematics . . . Street, Roxbury. . . junior Latin, and 31 Harold {45 FRANCIS J. HORRIGAN " Hogi " A graduate of St. Joseph ' s School in Roxbury . . . preparing for career in aeronautical engi- neering . . . Record representa- tive in sophomore year ... 8 Bean Court, Roxbury. ROBERT D. HUNTER " Bob " Entered E.H.S. from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . Lawrence Prize in drawing (A ) . . . third-year honor grades in English and in mathe- matics . . . life ambition is to become a portrait artist . . . will enroll at the Vesper George School of Art . . . home: 19 Key- stone Street, West Roxbury. SEYMOUR L. ISENBERG " Sey " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . tennis team in sophomore . . . cadet lieutenant . . . basketball . . . considering a pre-med course at the University of Michigan ... 148 Seaver Street, Dorchester. LEONARD ISRAELSON " Lenny " Attended the Theodore Roose- velt Intermediate School . . . career interest is engineering . . . hopes to attend North- eastern University . . . home address: 5 Wayne Street, Rox- bury. RUSSELL S. JACKSON " Russ " To the Double Blue from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . honor grade in sophomore German . . . plays baseball . . . holds lieutenant ' s rank . . . anticipates registering at Tufts College Engineering School ... 49 DeSoto Road, West Roxbury. WARREN R. JACOBSON " Jay " Came to English from the Christopher Gibson School . . . attained honor marks in Eng- lish, history, mathematics, and physics in junior year . . . lieu- tenant . . . managing editor, Record . . . Yearbook staff . . . his college: Dartmouth . . . resides at 208 Brunswick Street, Roxbury. STANLEY C. JAKSINA " Stan " Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . second-year honor grades in Latin and mathema- tics; third-year honor average in mathematics . . . track squad in sophomore year ... 2 Faulk- ner Circle, Jamaica Plain. .NORMAN P. JOHNSON ■ ' Normie " Entered E.H.S. from the St. Thomas Aquinas School in Ja- maica Plain . . . honor average in first- year English . . . resides at 11 Rossmore Road, Jamaica Plain. { 46 BKKNARD H. KADETSKY " Bernie " Intermediate school was the Theodore Roosevelt . . . honor grades in mathematics and German in second year . . . lieu- tenant . . . Northeastern Uni- versity Engineering School . . . home: 104 Columbia Road, Dor- chester. MATTHEW KAIZERMAN " Maf« " Entered from the Patrick T. Campbell Intermediate School . . . honor marks in English in sophomore year . . . lieutenant . . . preparing for Boston Uni- versity . . . lives at 61 Nor- mandy Street, Roxbury. MILTON K AM INS " Kinky " Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . studying for M.I.T. . . . honor grades sophomore year, with a mathematics A " . . . honor roll junior year, with an A° in physics . . . captain . . 5 Lothian Road, Brighton. HAROLD KATZ " Har From the Patrick T. Campbell Intermediate School . . . honor marks in German during sopho- more year . . . drill captain . . . service choice is naval aviation ... 59 Nightingale Street, Dor- chester. SUMNER KAl FMAN " Sonny " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . honor roll in sophomore and junior years with an A° in junior mathe- matics . . . senior picture com- mittee . . . lieutenant . . . plans to study engineering at the University of Maine . . . lives at 511 Norfolk Street, Mattapan. .lAMES F. KAVANAUGII To English High School from the Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . lieutenant on patrol staff . . . plans to enter North- eastern University . . . home is at 44 Montvale Street, Roslindale. JOHN J, KEANE " Joe " Came from St. Ann ' s School, Dorchester . . . honor averages in English, history, and mathe- matics in freshman year . . . room athletic captain in junior . . . cadet captain . . . entering Northeastern University . . . 147 Elmer Road, Dorchester. RICHARD J. KEARNS " Richie " St. Mark ' s School, Dorchester . . . honor roll each year, with A in French and German in freshman; and A in English, French, and mathematics in sophomore . . . room athletic captain, switchboard operator, second year . . . library corps; student council; Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment; junior year . . . U. S. Navy and Boston College ... 35 Richview Street, Dorchester. 47 MELVIN KEIMACII " Mel " From the Patrick T. Campbell Intermediate School . . . honors in sophomore Spanish . . . school band . . . cadet lieutenant . . . anticipates a business career . . . home address: 137 Intervale Street, Roxbury. DONALD E. KEITH " Don " From the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . honor grade, in mathematics . . . career preference is journalism . . . plans to attend Columbia University . . . cadet lieutenant . . . track team ... 30 Saunders Street, Allston. JAMES J. KELLY " Kel " Assumption School, East Bos- ton . . . honor grades in book- keeping throughout course . . . honors in English and history in second and third years . . . plans to attend the Bentley School of Accounting . . . 225 Webster Street, East Boston. HERBERT G. KENNAN " Herb " Graduated from the Dwight School . . . honor grades in Eng- lish, civics, and bookkeeping in freshman year . . . honor roll, all subjects, in sophomore year . . . resides at 63 East Brookline Street, Boston. KENT A. KILLAM " Kennie " William Howard Taft Intermedi- ate School . . . honor grades in Latin, French, and mathematics in sophomore year; and in all subjects, junior year . . . room councilor . . . French Club . . . drill captain . . . basketball star . . . alumni committee . . . registering at Norwich Universi- ty .. . residence: 54 Spring Street, Melrose Highlands. WALTER C. KFRKLAND, JR. " Kirk " Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . attained honor aver- age in freshman English . . . interested in radio as a career ... 7 Juliette Street, Dor- chester. EDMUND M. KLADKY " Eddie " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . sophomore honor grades in English, Latin, French, and mathematics; junior honors in English, mathematics, and physics . . . cadet lieutenant . . . favors the Navy for enlist- ment ... 137 Wellington Hill Street, Mattapan. HAROLD KLE(;MAN ' ■ Hcshie " From the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . sopho- more honor average in French . . . switchboard operator . . . football squad in junior . . . entering the U. S. Navy . . . lives at 11 Cummings Road, Brighton. SAUL KLKIN " Sandy " Came to English High School from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . com- missioned a lieutenant in fourth year . . . interested in commercial art . . . will attend the Rhode Island School of Design . . . lives at 99 Wilmington Avenue, Dorchester. SIDNEY KLINE " Sid " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . room councilor . . . Record representative . . . sophomore honor grades in Eng- lish, French, and German . . . junior honors in all subjects . . . lieutenant . . . Navy and M.I.T. ... 16 Donald Road, Dorchester. CHARLES M. KRAMER " Chuck " Oliver Wendell Holmes Inter- mediate School . . . honor roll in both sophomore and junior years . . . room councilor . . . student council . . . commission of captain . . . Boston University, C.B.A., will be his objective ... 57 Bicknell Street, Dor- chester. DAVID S. KRIVITSKY " Stretch " From the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . track star for three years . . . captain of track in senior year . . . will enter Dartmouth College . . . business career ahead ... 27 Egremont Road, Brighton. ADRIAN J. KRl L " Dutch " A Washington Irving Intermedi- ate School alumnus . . . member of the Boston High School Symphony Band . . . lieutenant in E.H.S. Drum and Bugle Corps . . . 144 Poplar Street, Roslindale. DONALD A. KUNSTLER " Don " Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . sophomore honor av- erages in English, Spanish, and mathematics ... in junior year, he made the honor roll in all subjects . . . track squad . . . entering Northeastern Universi- ty ... 17 Leniston Street, Roslindale. CHARLES KURKER, JR. " Charlie " From the Grover Cleveland In- termediate School . . . Glee Club . . . honor roll, second year . . . honor marks in German and mathematics, third year . . . to M.I.T. and chemical engi- neering . . . resides at 27 Bow- doin Street, Dorchester. CARLO F. LA M ATTINA " Freddie " Entered from the Michelangelo Intermediate School . . . service in the Navy comes first; study of architecture, next . . . 207 Salem Street, Boston. i 49 EI GENE M. LAMPEKT " Chubby " From the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School to E.H.S. . . . French Club in sophomore year . . . lieutenant, as a senior . . . headed for Clark University . . . lives at 566 Norfolk Street, Mattapan. LAWRENCE LAMPERT " Larry " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . French Club . . . mathematics club . . . junior year grades in English, history, and Latin . . . individual drill winner . . . cadet captain . . . will serve in the Navy . . . home: 566 Nor- folk Street, Mattapan. JOSEPH F. LANDERS " Joe " A Cheverus School graduate . . . honor grades in economic geog- raphy in second year and in physics in third year . . . lieutenant on staff . . . business career . . . resides at 3 Kenney Street, Jamaica Plain. JOHN R. LAIJNIE " Johnny " Oliver Hazard Perry School . . . room councilor in sophomore . . . Lawrence Prize winner in eco- nomic geography (A ) . . . honor roll in sophomore year . . . honor marks in Spanish and bookkeeping in junior year . . . lieutenant . . . Boston University C.B.A 758 East Sixth Street, South Boston. LEROY H. LEIGHTON " Doc " William E. Russell School . . . individual drill winner . . . lieu- tenant . . . second-year honors in Latin . . . third-year honor aver- ages in history . . . enlisting in the Navy . . . home address is 9 Holden Street, Dorchester. RICHARD H. LENT " Dick " Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . Record and Yearbook staffs . . . cheer leader . . . captain in military drill . . . honor grades in English, his- tory, physics, and mathematics (A ) . . . president of the Chess Club . . . entering Tufts College . . . residence: 1078 South Street, West Roxbury. BENEDICT C. LENTLNI " Benny " Entered English High School from the Michelangelo Inter- mediate School . . . plans on entering the Navy now and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy later ... 10 Hench- man Street, Boston. JOHN A. LENTO " Johnny " From St. Anthony ' s School, Boston . . . ambitions tend to- ward Navy, Northeastern Uni- versity, and aeronautical engi- neering . . . honor grades in freshman mathematics and cleri- cal practice, and in junior French ... 21 Tileston Street, Boston. {50 } JEROME M. LEONARD " Jerry " From St. Thomas Aquinas School in Jamaica Plain . . . honor work in English through- out course . . . honor grade in third-year mathematics . . . room councilor . . . Record business staff . . . switchboard . . . track squad ... to Boston College and a law career ... 71 Hampstead Road, Jamaica Plain. EDWARD B. LEVENS " Eddie " To the Blue and Blue from the Roger Wolcott School ... as- sistant manager of basketball in junior year; manager in sen- ior year . . . candidate for North- eastern University School of Engineering . . . residence: 770 Morton Street, Dorchester. DONALD LEVITAN " Don " Prepared at the William How- ard Taft Intermediate School . . . heading for U. S. Navy . . . hopes to study chemical engi- neering at Syracuse University after the war . . . cadet lieuten- ant . . . track squad . . . football . . . lives at 62 Englewood Avenue, Brighton. ROBERT L. LIBMAN " Bob ' ' Attended the Solomon Lewen- berg Intermediate School prior to E.H.S. . . . interested in the U. S. Army Air Force, and in commercial aviation as a career ... 44 Tennis Road, Mattapan. JOHN II. LINEHAN " Jack " Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . lieutenant on the staff . . . interested in business career as an accountant ... 116 Adams Street, Dorchester. ROBERT T. LITTLE " Bob " From the Woodrow Wilson In- termediate School . . . honor grades in English and French in second year, and in history in third year . . . room athletic captain . . . drill lieutenant . . . 34 Chipman Street, Dorchester. JOHN B. LOBOSCO " Johnny " Entered E.H.S. from Christian Brothers ' Academy, Albany, N. Y. . . . honor grades in sopho- more bookkeeping; in junior his- tory, physics, shorthand (A ) and typewriting (A ) . . . Record and Yearbook staffs . . . secretary to Coach Ohrenberger . . . will specialize in accountancy at Boston University, C.B.A. . . . residence: 69 Charles Street, Dorchester. JOSEPH A. LOGAN " Joe " Came to English from St. Joseph ' s School, Roxbury . . . earned an honor average in physics during junior year . . . looking ahead to United States Coast Guard ... 42 Lambert Street, Roxbury. {51 HKRBERT L. LONG " Herb " To the Blue and Blue from the Mary E. Curley Intermediate School . . . aspires to replace Milton Cross as a radio announc- er .. . " Herb ' s " address: 169 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain. NORMAN S. LOOKNER " Norm " From the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . Record representative . . . baseball . . . lieutenant . . . honor grades in English, history, mathematics and physics . . . interested in Worcester Polytechnical Insti- tute ... 11 Bilodeau Road, Roxbury. JAMES M. LOUGHNANE " Jim " Paced his brother to E.H.S. from the Cheverus School . . . honors earned: civics in fresh- man year; English and history in sophomore year; English and commercial law in junior year . . . interested in sports . . . lives at 331B Centre Street, Jamaica Plain. JOHN LOUKAS " Luke " Attended the Rice School . . . honor student in history during sophomore year; also in English and history in third year . . . member of track squad, second and fourth years . . . wants a successful place in life as a track coach . . . resides at 58 Orchard Street, Jamaica Plain. IRMNG S. LOVETT " Loute " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . attained honor marks in history, mathematics and physics in junior year . . . lieutenant . . . hopes to study engineering ... 18 Floyd Street, Dorchester. SALVATORE J. LITIS " Sa " Entered E.H.S. from St. An- thony ' s School . . . freshman year: honor roll: mathematics (A ), clerical practice (A); sophomore yccir: honors in French and bookeeping (A ); junior year: honors in war mathematics . . . earned fidelity and deportment prize . . . lives at 53 Tileston Street, Boston. PAUL A. LYDON " Paul " Came to E.H.S. from the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . honors: freshman year: history; sopho- more year: English, Latin, Span- ish; junior year: English, his- tory, and Latin . . . home is at 153 Winthrop Street, Roxbury. ROBERT LYNCH " Bob " Entered from the Rice School . . . received honor marks in mathematics and clerical prac- tice in freshman year and in mathematics in junior year . . . starred in basketball in junior and senior years, becoming cap- tain of the team in his fourth year . . . cadet lieutenant as a senior . . . plans for coaching career . . . home is at 78 West- land Avenue, Boston. 02 CLIFFORD F. McBUKNIK " Mac " Entered from the Joseph P. Timilty Intermediate School . . . after further education at Northeastern University, hopes to become an engineer . . . hob- bies are electricity and football . . . resides at 39 Bartlett Street, Roxbury. F. A. MacCAMBRIDGE ' ' Frank " St. Peter ' s School, Dorchester . . . honor averages in English, history, French, and mathe- matics (A°) in freshman year; in English and French in sopho- more; history in junior . . . switchboard operator . . . lieu- tenant . . . Student Council . . . will enter Boston University . . . 66 Richfield Street, Dorchester. JOSEPH A. McCANN " Joe " Attended the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . room councilor in sophomore year . . . switchboard operator . . . interested in Boston College . . . 40 Westbourne Street, Roslindale. ' THOMAS K. McCAKTHV " Mac " Attended St. William ' s School, Dorchester . . . achieved honor averages in clerical practice, European history, American his- tory, and in physics . . . room councilor . . . lieutenant on staff . . . resides at 1019 Dor- chester Avenue, Dorchester. JAMES H. McCUE ' ' Jimmy " Entered from St. Ann ' s School, Dorchester . . . honor grades in English, French, Latin, and mathematics . . . Record repre- sentative . . . college choice is Boston College . . . home is at 75 Pierce Avenue, Dorchester. JOHN A. MacDONALD " Jacfe " To English High from Blessed Sacrament School, Staten Is- land, N. Y. . . . served in the Medical Corps of the Massachu- setts State Guard . . . now in the Navy, with the Fleet in the Far Pacific . . . will attend Notre Dame University after the war . . . home a ddress: 36 Symmes Street, Roslindale. {53 RONALD J. McGILVRAY " Ronnie " Prepared at the Mary E. Cur- ley Intermediate School . . . mathematics honor grade in junior year . . . hockey manager . . . lieutenant . . . Marine Corps his service choice . . . then Bos- ton University . . . 192A Lamar- tine Street, Jamaica Plain. JAMES D. McHALE " Mac " William Howard Taft Inter- mediate School . . . honor roll in sophomore year . . . honor grades in English and French in junior year . . . radio engineer- ing, his career choice . . . candidate for M.I.T. . . .32 Parkvale Avenue, AUston. PAUL MACHLIN " Mac " To the Double Blue from the Patrick T. Campbell Intermedi- ate School . . . made the honor roll in sophomore with A° in Eng lish and in Latin . . . honor student again as a junior with an A° in English . . . Lawrence Prizes in French and in drafting . . . lieutenant . . . Record staff . . . objective is M.I.T. ... 180 Columbia Road, Roxbury. PAUL J. MacKENZIE " Mac " To English High School from the Robert Gould Shaw Inter- mediate School . . . honor grades in sophomore year in French and mathematics (A°) . . . track squad in junior year . . . assistant manager of baseball . . . lives at 4 Landseer Terrace, West Rox- bury. JOHN L. McINTYRE " Jack " From the Nazareth School . . . interested in a business career . . . home address is 863 Colum- bia Road, Dorchester. ROBERT H. McMURRAY " Bob " Graduated from the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . honor grades, in sophomore, in French and mathematics . . . lieutenant . . . football . . . room athletic captain . . . bound for Boston University . . . home is at 558 Ashmont Street, Dor- chester. EUGENE R. McNULTY " Gene " Came to English High from St. Ann ' s School, Dorchester . . . ambitions are to attend North- eastern University and to be- come a naval engineer . . . lives at 19 Chickatawbut Street, Dorchester. JOHN J. McQuillan " Mac " From the Grover Cleveland In- termediate School . . . lieutenant . . . patrol staff. . . will specialize in electrical engineering at Northeastern University . . . 67 Topliff Street, Dorchester. {54 CHARLES A. MAGARIAN " Charlie " Graduated from the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . honor roll in both sophomore and junior years, with an A in German . . . lieutenant . . . candidate for M.I.T. ' s course in chemical engineering ... 29 Stockton Street, Dorchester. JAMES F. MAGRATH " Jim " Came to English High School from the Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . honor average in German during sopho- more year . . . enlisted in the United States Navy in Novem- ber, 1944, now attending Service Command School at Sampson, N. Y. . . . home address: 14 Chestnut Avenue, Jamaica Plain. FRANCIS J. MAHONEY " Frank " Attended the St. Thomas Aqui- nas School in Jamaica Plain . . . lieutenant on staff . . . track in junior year . . . football in senior . . . entered Boston College in February . . . home: 16 Man- thorne Road, West Roxbury. CARLO V. iMANTINI " Carl " From Our Lady of the Presenta- tion School, Brighton . . . honor averages in freshman English and French . . . football in sophomore, junior, and senior . . . class president . . . residence: 4 Hardwick Street, Brighton. FRANCIS X. MARA " Frank " Prepared for English High at the Cheverus School, Jamaica Plain . . . served as member of the picture committee in senior year . . . interested in research chemistry ... 92 Rockview Street, Jamaica Plain. JOHN MARANGOS " Jack " Came to E.H.S. from the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . commis- sioned a lieutenant in senior year . . . will attend the Massa- chusetts College of Pharmacy . . . lives at 37 Fairland Street, Roxbury. JOHN H. MALONEY " Jackie " From St. William ' s School in Dorchester . . . honor grades in first-year English and mathe- matics . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment . . . Student Council . . . three letters in football, and three letters in baseball; four letters in hockey, captain of this year ' s hockey team and baseball team . . . will enter Dartmouth College . . . resides at 20 Castle Rock Street, Dorchester. CORNELIUS J. MARTIN " Connie " Came to English High School from St. Catherine ' s School in Charlestown . . . goes in for hockey and basketball . . . will enlist in the United States Navy . . . lives at 22 Lexington Street, Charlestown. {55} FERDINAND C. MARTINO " Marty " To E.H.S. from the Fitton School . . . honor grade in mathe- matics, first year . . . interested in entering Boston College after war service . . . lives at 81 Glad- stone Street, East Boston. CARROLL M. MARTUS " Mart " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . honor student in Latin in sophomore year . . . Glee Club . . . room athletic captain . . . career preference is dentistry ... 806 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester. PAUL R. MASON " Russ " Became a Double Blue after a sojourn at the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . Lawrence Prize winner, in sec- ond year, in fidelity and deport- ment . . . cadet captain . . . matriculating at Boston Uni- versity . . . lives at 31 Partridge Street, West Roxbury. ROBERT S. MASON " Whitey " From the William Barton Rogers Intermediate School . . . honor grades in English, Latin, mathe- matics, history, Spanish, and physics . . . cadet captain . . . plans to attend the Massachu- setts Maritime Academy . . . home is in Hyde Park, at 27 Norway Park. {56 } THOMAS E. MASTERS " Tom " Came to English High School from the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . honor grades in physics and war mathe- matics . . . will enlist in the Navy . . . resides at 21 Clay moss Road, Brighton. ANTHONY T. MAURIELLO " Maurie " Attended the William Black- stone School . . . honor grades in second year in French, Italian, and bookkeeping . . . honor roll in junior year . . . cadet lieutenant . . . track . . . will matriculate at Boston Universi- ty, C.B.A. . . . lives at 10 Grove Street, Boston. ROBERT A. L Y ■Bob- Mary E. Curley Intermediate School . . . preparing for M.I.T. . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in sophomore year . . . honor grades in Eng- lish, history, Spanish, French (A ), and physics . . . room athletic captain . . . drill lieu- tenant ... 76 Wyman Street, Jamaica Plain. .JOSEPH MAZMANr N " Maz " From the Dearborn School . . . room councilor in sophomore year . . . honor roll throughout course with A in history and German . . . residence: 306 Dud- ley Street, Roxbury. RICHARD A. MEADK " Dick " Entered Montgomery Manor from the Abraham Lincoln In- termediate School . . . mathe- matics honor average in second year . . . interested in radio engineering . . . lives at 14 Union Park Street, Boston. mp:lvin meister " Me " From the Oliver Wendell Holmes Intermediate School . . . room councilor in junior year . . . honor grades in sophomore year in French and German: in junior year, in mathematics . . . resides at 41 Harvard Street, Dorchester. ROBERT P. MENSLAGE " Meny " Prepared at the Thomas N. Hart School . . . honor grades in English, physics, and book- keeping (A ) . . . cadet captain . . . hopes for a career in the Navy ... 703 Fifth Street, South Boston. ANTHONY A. MIRRA " Tony " From St. Joseph ' s School . . . attained honor grades in French, history, and English . . . cadet captain . . . room councilor . . . will sail with the United States Coast Guard . . . home: 16 Grove Street, Boston. FRANCIS P. MITCHELL " Frank " Graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes School in Jamaica Plain . . . Record representative . . . track squad . . . cadet lieutenant . . . honor averages in Spanish, bookkeeping, and commercial law ... 48 Forest Hills Street, Jamaica Plain. JAMES J. MOLASKEY " Jimmy " Graduated from the Cheverus School in Jamaica Plain . . . resides at 354 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain. LOUIS N. MESSINA " Lou " Entered from the Donald Mc- Kay Intermediate School . . . sophomore honor marks in Eng- lish, German, and mathematics . . . junior honor marks in Eng- lish, history, French, and mathe- matics . . . home is at 135 Or- leans Street, East Boston. EDWARD C. MONAHAN " Ed " Attended the Randall G. Morris School . . . honor grades in Latin, French, and mathematics . . . A and a Lawrence Prize in sophomore French . . . hockey and football star in junior and senior years . . . lieutenant . . . will enter Holy Cross College for pre-law course . . . resides at 168 Beech Street, Roslindale. {57 FRANCIS X. MONAHAN " Frank " Attended St. Anthony ' s School in Allston . . . Record representa- tive in sophomore year . . . lieutenant in senior year . . . looks to Boston College for postwar education . . . lives at 2 Greylock Road, Allston. JAMES D. MORIARTY " Jimmy " Came to English High from St. Columbkille ' s School in Brigh- ton . . . lieutenant ' s commission in senior year . . . school patrol . . . will attend business college . . . home: 75 Euston Road, Brighton. HUGH E. MORRIS " Eddie " Entered from the Lewis Inter- mediate School . . . interested in marine engineering . . . applicant for the Massachusetts Maritime Academy . . . cadet captain . . . track squad . . . 16 Harold Street, Roxbury. EDWARD P. MORRISSEY " Eddie " Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School to English High . . . baseball squad in junior year . . . cadet captain in senior . . . ambition is to study law . . . favors Boston College for pre- legal work ... 28 Verdun Street, Dorchester. EGIDIO F. MOTTA " Mutt " A graduate of the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . holds rank of captain in military drill . . . intends to enlist in the Navy . . . home address: 5018 Washington Street, West Rox- bury. GAETANO J. -MLCCI " Besame " Attended our Lady of Mount Carmel School in East Boston . . . honor averages in English, Latin, and mathematics in fresh- man and sophomore years . . . commissioned a lieutenant . . . ambition is to become an archi- tect ... 159 Cottage Street, East Boston. JOHN F. MURPHY " Jackie " Entered these classic portals from the Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . took part in track in junior year . . . will enter Boston College . . . resides at 22 Rexhame Street, Roslindale. WILLIAM J. MURPHY " Murffh " From Our Lady of the Presenta- tion School in Brighton . . . honor mark in mathematics in second year . . . track . . . cadet captain ... 37 Brooks Street, Brighton. {58} ALBERT F. MURRAY " Ar To English High from the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . honor aver- ages in history, Spanish, and mathematics . . . holds rank of lieutenant on the staff . . . will pursue business career ... 52 East Cottage Street, Dorchester. RALPH D. NELSON " Don " Attended the Washington Irv- ing Intermediate School . . . honor grades, second year, in English and in French . . .school military band in junior and sen- ior . . . will apply for North- eastern University School of Engineering . . . lives at 1458 Centre Street, Roslindale. RAPHAEL A. NELSON " Ray " Came to English High from the Lewis Intermediate School . . . ambition is to be a printer . . . will attend a printing arts school ... 1 Wakullah Street, Roxbury. DONALD E. NICOLL " Don " Became a Blue and Blue after graduation from the Robert Gould Shaw School . . . room councilor in sophomore and junior . . . cadet captain in senior . . . honor grades in Eng- lish, French, German, history, mathematics, and physics . . . Record staff . . . Yearbook sports editor . . . residence: 24 Spring Valley Road, West Roxbury. JOHN F. NHIEN " Jack " St. Mark ' s School in Dorchester . . . honor roll in freshman year with an A " " in French . . . honor grades in English and French in sophomore year . . . resides at 24 Parkman Street, Dor- chester. ANTHONY P. NOBILE " Tony " English High from the Wood- row Wilson Intermediate School . . . interested in a business career . . . lives at 661 Adams Street, Dorchester. EDGAR F. NOBLE " Ed " William Howard Taft Inter- mediate School . . . honor aver- ages in English, Latin (A°), and American history (A ) . . . Lawrence Prize in American history . . . Washington and Franklin History Award . . . Record staff . . . orchestra . . . drum and bugle corps . . . will major in history and gov- ernment at Harvard . . . resides at 45 North Beacon Street, Allston. PAUL E. NOBLE " Pau " Entered from the Mather School . . . track letterman in sopho- more year and again in junior year . . . lives at 64 Linden Street, Dorchester. {59 WILFRED A. NOLAN " Fred " From St. William ' s School in Dorchester . . . honor marks in sophomore English and mathe- matics . . . Lawrence Award in fidelity and deportment in jun- ior year . . . Record representa- tive . . . lieutenant . . . will study engineering ... 60 Sagamore Street, Dorchester. W1LLL4M A, NOKTHRIDGE " Bill " From the Mary Ronan Junior High School, Revere, Mass. . . . " Bill " has starred in football and in basketball . . . holds commission of captain in mili- tary drill . . . honor grades in mathematics, Latin, and French (A°) in sophomore year . . . honor roll in junior year with an A° in American history . . . plans for future include a course in engineering . . . residence: 119 Commonwealth Avenue, Bos- ton. SUMNER G. NUDEL ' ' Sonny " Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . served on picture committee in senior year . . . commissioned a lieutenant in drill . . . honor grades in history, physics, and Spanish (A°) . . . candidate for Northeastern Uni- versity School of Engineering ... 95 Woodrow Avenue, Dor- chester. LE ROY J. NUTILE " Roy " Entered from the Blackington School . . . honor average in English in freshman year . . . school orchestra . . . lieutenant on the staff . . . plans to attend the New England Conservatory of Music . . . resides at 102 Bayswater Street, East Boston. FRANCIS X. O ' BRIEN " 06ie " An alumnus of St. Mary ' s School in Charlestown . . . in- dividual prize drill winner . . . lieutenancy in senior year . . . war service choice is the United States Marine Corps, with Dart- mouth as college preference . . . 116 Rutherford Avenue, Charlestown. JOSEPH F. O ' BRIEN " Joe " From St. Peter ' s School in Cambridge . . . freshman honor marks in history, French, and mathematics . . . junior honor grades in American history and in Spanish . . . picks the Navy for war service and Boston Col- lege for further education . . . 110 Mercer Street, South Bos- ton. DIARMI ID F. O ' CONNELL " Doc " Attended Mount Alvernia Acad- emy and St. Sebastian ' s Country Day School in Newton . . . par- ticipated in track . . . ambitions include a course at the Uni- versity of Michigan . . . resi- dence: 155 Kilsyth Road, Brighton. ROBERT R. ODOM •Bob " Prepared for English High School at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Jamaica Plain . . . honor grades in first and second years in English . . . track squad . . . Record representative . . . cadet captain . . . interested in radio engineering ... 7 Glen- ville Terrace, Jamaica Plain. 60 JOHN F. O ' HARA " Johnny " Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . room councilor in sophomore year . . . honor grade in sophomore English . . . student council, in junior . . . room ath- letic captain and cadet lieutenant in senior year . . . chairman, Blue and Blue prom committee . . . to Tufts College, and then into the United States Navy . . . home is at 20 Dawson Street, Dorchester. ANGELO A. PAGLIA " Angie " Came under the Blue and Blue banner after graduating from St. Mary ' s School in Boston . . . honor marks in first-year clerical practice; in second-year bookkeeping, history, and Eng- lish; and in third-year physics . . . lieutenant in drill . . . hopes to enlist in the Navy ... 20 Thacher Street, Boston. LOUIS A. PARENTE " Lou " Donald McKay Intermediate School . . . honor averages in sophomore year in French, mathematics, and Latin (A ); and in junior year in physics, Latin, and mathematics . . . lieutenant . . . Northeastern University and the U. S. Navy . . . 186 Webster Street, East Boston. FRANCIS L. PAUL " Frank " Entered from the Mather School . . . honor grades in English, history, and French in freshman year . . . sophomore honors in mathematics and Latin . . . room athletic captain . . . drill captain . . . will enlist in the Navy . . . home: 1 Fernald Terrace, Dorchester. MORRfS F»ECKER " Peck " From the William Blackstone School . . . honor averages in English in sophomore year, and in English, mathematics, and history in junior year . . . career choice is automotive engineer- ing ... 23 Eaton Street, Boston. PELLEGRINO A. PEPICELLI " Peppy " Donald McKay Intermediate School . . . averages at E.H.S. reveal excellence in Italian with Lawrence Prize Award in sopho- more year . . . honor grades also in mathematics, economic geog- raphy, and bookkeeping . . . business course at Boston Uni- versity and enlistment in the Navy are in prospect . . .165 Gove Street, East Boston. PELLEGRINO D. PEPICELLI " Billy " Entered English High School from the Michelangelo Inter- mediate School . . . interested in sports and in traveling . . . an- ticipating service in the United States Navy ... 181 Salem Street, Boston. MORREY PERLMUTTER " Sonny " Entered from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . plans to attend Boston University, College of Business Administration . . . cadet lieu- tenant . . . lives at 105 Stratton Street, Dorchester. {61} ELLIOT M. PERMAN " Murray " Came to English from the Theodore Roosevelt Intermedi- ate School . . . honor roll in sophomore and junior years . . . treasurer of chess club . . . lieutenant on the staff . . . will attend Worcester Polytech . . . home is at 108 Elm Hill Avenue, Roxbury. WALTER P. PETREYKO " Wally " Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . Lawrence Prize Award in fidelity and deport- ment . . . second-year honor marks in history, Spanish, and economic geography . . . third- year honor marks in English, mathematics, and physics (A°) . . . enlisting in the United States Marine Corps . . . home: 4 Milford Street, Boston. HENRY A. PETRILLO " Pet " Attended the Fitton School . . . honor averages in freshman history and French; sophomore English and Latin; junior his- tory . . . lieutenant . . . student council . . . glee club . . . will be a pre-medical student at Tufts College . . . resides at 101 St. Andrew Road, East Boston. WILLIAM G. PFAU, JR. " Chick " To the Double Blue from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . baseball squad in second year; letterman in final two years . . . football squad in junior year; letterman in senior year . . . room athletic captain . . . U. S. Navy and Duke University are his preferences in that order ... 229 Weld Street, West Roxbury. PAUL V. PHELAN " Vinny " Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . transferred to English from Public Latin School . . . entered Boston College with the February, 1945, class . . . lives at 957 South Street, Roslindale. ROBERT M. PIERRE " Bob " Randall G. Morris Elementary School . . . letterman in baseball and in hockey . . . excelled in English, French (A ), and Ger- man (A ) . . . Lawrence Prize winner in French in first and third years . . . headed for Holy Cross College . . . residence: 262 La Grange Street, West Rox- bury. MICHAEL .1. PIZZIFERR! " Blackie " From the Mather School . . . room athletic captain . . . room councilor . . . honor work in freshman English, history, and French; and in junior year his- tory . . . drill captain . . . service preference is the Navy ... 88 Coleman Street, Dorchester. .JOSEPH A. POLCARI " Joe " Michelangelo Intermediate School graduate . . . member of E.H.S. orchestra . . . also in glee club . . . expects to serve in the United States Navy . . . lives at 2 Copp ' s Hill Terrace, Boston. 62 RALPH B. POLLAK " Ralph " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . preparing at E.H.S. for Tufts College pre- dental course . . . captain in Drum and Bugle Corps . . . winner of first prize in drum competition in 1944 . . . honor averages in French and Latin in second year and in English in both second and third years . . . 39 Almont Street, Mattapan. MICHAEL PONN " Mike " From the William Blackstone School . . . English and Latin honor averages in sophomore year . . . lieutenant on the staff in senior year . . . interested in radio broadcasting as a career . . . may matriculate at Boston University ... 28 Phillips Street, Boston. WILLIAM F. POWER " Bill " A graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas School in Jamaica Plain . . . honor average in English, freshman year . . . football squad, sophomore year . . . also room councilor . . . vice chairman. Blue and Blue prom committee, senior year . . . plans include Boston College course, and specialized work in electronics . . . residence: 25 Cerdan Avenue, West Roxbury. ROBERT C. POWERS " Bob " Came to English High School after graduation from the Wood- row Wilson Intermediate School . . . interested in sports as a hobby, and in electrical engineer- ing as an eventual career . . . prefers Boston College for furth- er studies ... 9 Clarence Ter- race, Dorchester. lOSEPII W. PRAl GUT " Joe " From the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . inter- ested in baseball and football . . . school military band in sophomore and junior years . . . college choice is Holy Cross . . . home: 164 Church Street, West Roxbury. DAVID II. PROMAN ' •Dave " Entered English High School after completion of course at the Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . honor averages in Latin (A°), in second year, and in Latin and mathematics in third year . . . Boston University, his choice ... 92 Hazelton Street, Mattapan. CHARLES H. QUEELEY " Link " From the Dearborn School . . . honor grade in bookkeeping (A°) in second year; honor averages in third year in Eng- lish, history, mathematics, and bookkeeping (A ) . . . hopes to pursue study of accounting at Boston University M. B. A. . . . home: 15 Haskins Street, Rox- bury. PALL R. QUINN " Bob " " Bob " came here from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . his hobby is the study of Oriental languages . . . his career will be in the field of archaeology . . . residence: 55 Chilton Road, West Roxbury. {63 MARVIN RAFFELSON " Raffle " Attended the Solomon Lewen- berg Intermediate School . . . chief interest is music . . . mem- ber of Drum and Bugle Corps . . . lives at 48 Havelock Street, Dorchester. MARSHALL RASER " Marshy " To English from the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . honor mark in English in second year . . . Drum and Bugle Corps . . . career choice is adver- tising . . . will attend Boston University C. B. A. . . . 24 Donald Road, Dorchester. EDWARD RASKIND " Eddie " Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . played basketball for E.H.S. . . . commissioned a captain in drill . . . honor roll, all subjects, in sophomore year . . . honor grades in English, history, and Latin in junior year . . . has already entered Northeastern University . . . lives at 59 Lome Street, Dor- chester. IRVING A. RATNER " Irv " Attended the Robert Treat Paine School . . . honor roll achievement at E.H.S. in all subjects in junior year . . . lieutenancy in military drill in senior year . . . will enter Boston University . . . home: 23 Floyd Street, Dorchester. MAURICE J. REUTTER " Morry " Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . attained honor grades in sophomore year in English and German; in junior year in English, history, and physics . . . photography editor of the Record and Yearbook . . . room athletic captain . . . drill cap- tain . . . ambition is in the field of commercial advertising . . . resides at 9 Wilson Park, Brighton. HENRY E. RILEY " Hank " Entered from the William How- ard Taft Intermediate School . . . served the Blue and Blue as a cadet captain and as a member of the Record business staff . . . Amherst is his future Alma Ma- ter ... he will serve presently in the U. S. Navy ... 17 Elmira Street, Brighton. FRANKLIN N. RITSCHEL " Frank " Washington Irving Intermedi- ate School . . . room councilor in second year . . . honor aver- ages in third year in history and Latin . . . lieutenant on the staff . . . preparing for Massa- chusetts State College . . . lives at 482 Beech Street, Roslindale. WENDELL E. ROBERTS " Wendy " Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . awarded E.H.S. Lawrence Prize in ' 43- ' 44 for fidelity and deportment . . . honor averages, junior year, in English and Spanish (A ) . . . life ambition is to be an engi- neer . . . 130 Union Park Street, Boston. {64 CHARLES A. KOBINSON " Limey " From the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . prepar- ing for Norwich University . . . track in second year . . . basket- ball in junior year . . . honor grade in American history . . . 20 Newcastle Road, Brighton. NICHOLAS F. ROBITO " Nick " Michelangelo Intermediate School . . . honor grade in his- tory in sophomore year . . . honor grades in English and mathematics in junior year . . . drill lieutenancy in senior . . . 90 Prince Street, Boston. DAVID M. RODMAN " Dave " From the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . served at E.H.S. as a switchboard operator . . . interested in at- tending the Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy . . . home is at 34 Long Avenue, Allston. HEINZ H. ROEBER " Hank " Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . preparing at E.H.S. for M.I.T. . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in second year . . . honor roll, second and third years, with an A in German . . . resides at 58 Penfield Street, Roslindale. PAUL I). ROGERS " Rog " To English High from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . honor grade in third year in American history . . . will attend Northeastern University . . . home: 42 Mount Vernon Street, West Roxbury. ROBERT R. ROSE " Bob " Attended Public Latin School in Grades VII and VIII . . . honor grades in freshman year in English and history . . . sophomore honors in Latin and French . . . now serving in the Navy . . . home address is 463 Weld Street, West Roxbury. BYRON D. ROSEMAN " By " Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . honor grade in Eng- lish in freshman year . . . Record representative in sophomore year . . . honor averages in history, French, and physics in junior year . . . objective is Tufts College pre-medical course . . . lives at 1874 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton. LEONARD ROSENBERG " Rosie " Prepared for English High School at the Frank V. Thomp- son Intermediate School . . . commissioned a captain at E.H. S. in senior year . . . interested in a business course at North- eastern University . . . 306 Fuller Street, Dorchester. 65 HERBERT H. ROSENGARI) " Herb " All the way from Austin High School, Chicago . . . Record sports staff . . . assistant man- ager of basketball . . . lieu- tenancy in military drill . . . hopes to become a teacher-coach . . . entering the University of Illinois . . . home address: 107 Louis Pasteur Avenue, Boston. EDWARD M. ROSENTHAL " Eddie " Attended the Solomon Lewen- berg Intermediate School before coming to English High ... in- terested in sports and in magic . . . will embark upon a business career ... 30 Lestan Street, Mattapan. JOSEPH I. RUBINOVITZ " Joe " Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . preparing for M.I.T. . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment . . . honor roll in sophomore year with A in English, German, and in mathematics . . . honor roll in junior year with A in history and in German . . . cadet lieutenant . . . resides at 210 Callender Street, Dorchester. WILLIAM L. RIBINOVITZ " Bill- Attended the Solomon Lewen- berg Intermediate School . . . basketball letterman . . . inter- ested in commercial aviation . . . planning to attend North- eastern University Engineering School . . . lives at 51 Lorne Street, Dorchester. WILLIAM K, RUFF " Bi7 " From St. Peter ' s School in Dor- chester . . . has chosen civil engineering as a career . . . pre- paring for Northeastern Uni- versity . . . honor roll in all sub- jects in second year at E.H.S. . . . holds rank of lieutenant in military drill ... 5 Parkman Street, Dorchester. MATTHEW J. RUGGIERO " Matr Graduated from the John Chev- erus School . . . starred at E.H.S. in track in ' 43, ' 44, and ' 45, and in football in ' 43 and ' 44 . . . honor grades in history as a freshman, and in Latin as a sophomore . . . looking forward to a pre-dental course at Boston College . . . home: 10 Elvin Road, Roslindale. RALPH R. RYAN " Bob " At St. Thomas Aquinas School in Jamaica Plain before coming to English High . . . took part in track in fourth year . . . honor grade in mathematics in second year . . . very close fol- lower of sports ... 18 Custer Street, Jamaica Plain. MARC SAGAN •Fish " Theodore Roosevelt Intermedi- ate School . . . served as lieu- tenant on school patrol in final year at E.H.S. . . . preparing for Harvard and a medical course . . . honors in all subjects at E.H.S. with an A ' in German ... 22 Abbotsford Street, Rox- bury. 06 ROBERT L. SAITZ " Red " Oliver Wendell Holmes Inter- mediate School . . . preparing for Boston University and a career in journalism . . . Record ad- vertising staff . . . lieutenancy in drill . . . honor roll in sopho- more and junior with A i n English and Latin and an A° in American history ... 4 Page Street, Dorchester. MALCOLM H. SAKLAD " Mar From the Theodore Roosevelt Intermediate School . . . honors in all subjects in sophomore and junior years with an A and the Lawrence Prize in mathematics in sophomore . . . room councilor . . . lieutenant on the patrol staff . . . headed for Tufts Col- lege, School of Engineering . . . resides at 1179 Boylston Street, Boston. RALPH A. SAMUELS " Sam ' ' Prepared for English High at the Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . hopes to study engineering at M.I.T. . . . room athletic captain in junior year . . . individual prize drill winner . . . lieutenant ... 19 Balsam Street, Dorchester. JOHN A. SANDOCK " Jack " Completed his intermediate studies at the Washington Irving School . . . achieved honor rank as a sophomore here in English, Spanish, and history (A ) . . . his hobby is baseball ... is Navy-minded ... 81 Cliffmont Street, Roslindale. .lOSEIMI B. SA.NGIOLO " Sangy " Oliver Wendell Holmes Inter- mediate School . . . attained honor rank as a sophomore in English, French, and German . . . honor roll, all subjects in junior year with an A in phys- ics and A in history and German . . . alumni committee . . . cadet lieutenant . . . will study aeronautical engineering at M.I.T. . . . residence: 356 Washington Street, Dorchester. FRANCIS X. SARJEANT " Sarje ' ' Attended Public Latin School prior to English High . . . par- ticipated in musical activities at Latin School, including band . . . intends to study medicine; his pre-medical work will be at Boston College . . . resides at 86 Standard Street, Mattapan. ARNOLD E. SCHLAGER " Amy ' ' Attended the Alexander Ham- ilton School before coming to E.H.S. . . . honor grades in Latin, French, and mathematics in sophomore year and in chemis- try in junior year . . . preparing for Bowdoin College . . . home is at 14 Lane Park, Brighton. ARTHUR SEC ALL " Art " Entered from the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . preparing for Boston University C.B.A., and a career in commer- cial advertising . . . Record representative . . . drill captain . . . honor grades in sophomore French, and in sophomore and junior English . . . resides at 153 Strathmore Road, Brighton. {67 JAMES S. SETTLES " Duke " To English High School from Public School 170, New York City . . . honor grades in Eng- lish and history in junior year . . . patrol staff in senior year . . . may enter Northeastern University . . . his address is: 200 Columbus Avenue, Boston. BURTON SHAPIRO An alumnus of the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . honor averages in English, Latin, and mathematics in sen- ior year . . . cadet lieutenant . . . has chosen dentistry as a profes- sion . . . will attend Tufts Col- lege . . . home: 22 Hildreth Street, Dorchester. JAMES P. SHATTUCK " Jim " Completed elementary courses at the Public Latin School . . . room athletic captain at E.H.S. in second year . . . individual prize drill winner . . . football squad in senior year . . . lieu- tenant in military drill ... 10 Addington Road, West Roxbury. RAYMOND L. SHAW " Ray " Attended the Blackinton School . . . honor grades at English High in first year history and in second-year mathematics . . . room athletic captain . . . assist- ant manager, track and baseball . . . manager track in final year . . . entering Boston College to take up business administration ... 30 Shawsheen Road, East Boston. WILLIAM D. SHEA " Bi7 " Entered English High School after completing the grades at the Mather School ... his best subject was physics in junior year . . . plans to enter the Army soon after graduation . . . his home is at 11 Clayboume Street, Dorchester. JOSEPH D. SHEEHAN " Don " Came to the Blue and Blue from St. Mary ' s School in Charlestown . . . received an honor average in English as a freshman . . . looks ahead to wartime service in the Navy . . . his home is at 63 Winthrop Street, Charlestown. MELVIN S. SHEROFF " Mel " Oliver Wendell Holmes Inter- mediate School . . . preparing for the course in mechanical engineering at M.I.T. . . . honor rank in German, and mathe- matics in second year, and in history and mathematics in third year . . . track squad . . . room councilor , . . lieutenant on the staff ... 14 Gleason Street, Dorchester. CHRISTY C. SHERVANI.AN " Chris " Mary L. Curley Intermediate School . . . hobby interests are photography, music, and art . . . received an honor average in French in junior year . . . candidate for admission to Bos- ton College . . . lives at 9 St. John Street, Jamaica Plain. ■{68} ROBERT M. SHORE " Bob " Came to E.H.S. from P.L.S. . . . has enlisted in naval aviation . . . attained honor roll at E.H.S. in both sophomore and junior years, excelling in mathematics (A ) and in science . . . awarded Lawrence Prizes in sophomore and again in junior in fidelity and deportment . . . home address is 14 Rendall Road, West Roxbury. ELLIOT L. SHWARTZ Entered Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . am- bition is to be an electrical engineer . . . will attend Tufts College . . . commissioned a lieu- tenant on the patrol staff in ' 45 . . . served as assistant in chemistry and physics labora- tories . . . resides at 37 West- more Road, Boston. KARLE F. SIEGFRIEDT " Sigy " From Public Latin School in ' 42 to English High and the vice-presidency of the class of ' 45 . . . capable, optimistic . . . honor grades in sophomore French and mathematics . . . track letterman . . . Record staff, assistant business man- ager . . . lieutenant ' s commis- sion in military drill . . . future includes Boston College and Law School . . . residence: 31 North Beacon Street, Allston. GERHARD R. SIEVERS " Gerry " Prepared for E.H.S. at the Mary E. Curley Intermediate School . . . interests tend toward things mechanical . . . plans for a course at M.I.T. . . . record at English High School includes honor averages, second year, in English, Latin, French, and German . . . home is at 12 Paul Gore Street, Jamaica Plain. DANA S. SILVERIVIAN " Dan " Patrick T. Campbell Intermedi- ate School . . . expects to enter armed forces soon after gradua- tion from English High . . . sophomore-year honor averages in Latin and mathematics . . . junior year honor work in mathe- matics . . . lieutenancy ... 6 Wayne Street, Roxbury. ANTHONY J. SIMEONE " Simmie " From the James P. Timilty Intermediate School . . . holds rank of lieutenant in military drill in senior year at E.H.S. . . . member of picture committee . . . Record representative . . . honor standing in European history and in physics . . . can- didate for Boston College . . . lives at 1406 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury. IIAROLD SIMON " Hal " Attended the Patrick T. Camp- bell Intermediate School . . . achieved honor rank in book- keeping, Spanish, history, and English (A°) in junior year . . . senior dance committee . . . lieutenant, patrol staff; awarded the Double A in co-operation in ' 45 . . . plans to attend Boston University C. B. A. and then to become a millionaire ... 28 Fernboro Street, Roxbury. JOSEPH G. SKINNION " Joe " A graduate of St. Matthew ' s School in Dorchester . . . his best subjects at E.H.S. have been Latin and mathematics . . . served as room councilor and as drill lieutenant . . . considering Northeastern University and electrical engineering . . . home: 22 Darlington Street, Dor- chester. ■{69 } BERNARD SNEIRSON " Bern " Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . preparing for Boston University C. L. A. and Medical School . . . honor stand- ing in English, Latin, and French as a sophomore, and in English and history as a junior . . . lieutenant on the staff . . . 285 Foster Street, Brighton. JOSEPH P. SORACCO " Joe " Attended the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . mem- ber of E.H.S. Bugle and Drum Corps; drum major in senior year . . . orchestra at E.H.S. . . Boston Public School Symphony Orchestra . . . track squad . . . senior song committee . . . will attend Boston University . . . home: 181 Minot Street, Dor- chester. HERBERT L. SPIVACK " Herbie " His intermediate school was the Frank V. Thompson . . . activi- ties at E.H.S. include honor roll in second and third years with an A in English and German and an A° in physics . . . Record business staff . . . lieutenancy in military drill . . . will study chemical engineering at M.I.T. ... 39 Woolson Street, Mattapan. PIHLIP H. STAVRO " Phil " From the Mary E. Curley Inter- mediate School ... he received honor averages at English High in English, Latin, and French in sophomore year . . . and in history in junior year . . . appli- cant for admission to Boston College . . . hobby interests include sports, music, and art ... 25 Zamora Street, Jamaica Plain. HERBERT M. STEIN " Herbie " Intermediate work at the Frank V. Thompson School . . . honor roll in second year at E.H.S. with an A in mathematics . . . honor grades in English, his- tory, and Latin in third year . . . lieutenancy . . . Record business staff . . . ambition is to become a certified public accountant . . . college preference is Boston University . . . lives at 56 Win- ston Road, Dorchester. RALPH S. STEIN " Ralphy " Another alumnus of the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . M.I.T. course after graduation from E.H.S honor averages in English and French (A ), second year; in physics and American history, in third year . . . home address: 56 Winston Road, Dorchester. MILTON R. STERN " Mickey " From the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . sopho- more honor standing in English, Latin and French; junior honors in English, French, and physics . . . Record representative in sophomore year . . . Record staff member in junior year; editor-in- chief in senior year . . . associate editor, 1945 Yearbook . . . excels in both art and literary work . . . interested in Boston Uni- versity . . . residence: 26 Wil- more Street, Mattapan. BI KTON S. STERNBURG " Buddy " Entered from the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . participated in Blue and Blue track activities as a sophomore . . . achieved honor rank in Eng- lish course in second year . . . served on business staff, 1945 Yearbook . . . may enroll at Brown University . . . home: 11 Lane Park, Brighton. HERSCHEL STERNLIEB " Hershey " To the Blue and Blue from the Thomas A. Edison Intermediate School . . . starred in track for E.H.S. . . . member of State championship relay quartet in ' 45 . . . Record staff, sports editor . . . head cheerleader . . . senior picture committee . . . cadet lieutenant in ' 44; ad- vanced to captain in ' 45 . . . honor roll in sophomore and junior years with an A in Eng- lish . . . resides at 103 Lanark Road, Brighton. JOHN J. SULLIVAN " SuHy " Came to English High from St. Gregory ' s School in Dorchester . . . his best subject was American history in his junior year . . . room athletic captain . . . took part in track in freshman and sophomore years . . . member of Drum and Bugle Corps ... in- terested in research chemistry . . . home: 10 Branton Street, Dorchester. QUINLAN J. SULLIVAN " Quirmy " A graduate of St. Mary ' s School in Charlestown . . . served E.H.S. as room councilor in second year and as captain on patrol staff in fourth year . . . honor averages in civics, Euro- pean history, second -year mathe- matics, and third-year Spanish . . . immediate future calls for service in the Navy . . . home 78 Tremont Street, Charlestown. FRANCIS A. SULLY " Franny " " Franny " came to English High after completing the work at the William E. Russell School ... he is the class of ' 45 authority on batting averages and other sportsworld facts . . . may enter Northeastern Universitj ' to specialize in mechanical en- gineering ... 3 Groom Street, Dorchester. WILLIAM F. SURETTE " Bill " A graduate of the Prince School . . . earned an honor average in French in first year . . . greatly interested in forestry as a life work . . . outdoor fellow; enjoys camping, hunting, shooting irons . . . heading for the University of Maine . . . home is at 254 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. RICHARD G. SWARTZ " Dick " Patrick T. Campbell Intermedi- ate School . . . individual prize drill winner at E.H.S. in third year . . . lieutenant on the staff in fourth year . . . favors a busi- ness career following his course at Boston University College of Business Administration . . . 12 Castlegate Road, Roxbury. HAROLD H. SWEENEY " Harry ' ' Attended the Lewis Intermedi- ate School . . . awarded Lawrence Prizes in two successive years at English High in fidelity and de- portment . . . honor standing in English, Latin, French, German, history, mathematics, and phys- ics .. . commissioned a captain in military drill in senior year . . . interested in further science work at a liberal arts college, probably Boston College . . . resides at 40 Lorraine Street, Roslindale. WALTER TERLECKI, JR. " Wally " Intermediate work done at the Abraham Lincoln School . . . " Wally " made the honor roll in both sophomore and junior years with an A° in Spanish and A in English, mathematics, and bookkeeping . . . Lawrence Prize winner in war mathematics in junior year . . . cadet lieutenant . . . hopes to enter business after the war ... 21 Middlesex Street, Boston. JOSEPH R. TERRELL " Sonny " " Sonny " joined the class of ' 45 after his Sherwin School days . . . commercial subjects have been his forte with honor grades in bookkeeping and economic geography in his sophomore year . . . holds a special certificate in penmanship . . . interested in social work as well as a business career ... 26 Ball Street, Roxbury. WALTER H, THORPE " Walt " Completed Intermediate School requirements at the Lewis School . . . active in gym and sports program at English . . . cheer leader . . . track squad . . . com- missioned a lieutenant in third year; captain in fourth year . . . aspires to M.I.T. and an engi- neering career ... 27 Catawba Street, Roxbury. SAMUEL J. TOBIAS " Sam " " Sam " attended the Oliver Wendell Holmes Intermediate School . . . Record staff, literary and advertising departments . -. lieutenant on the patrol staff . . . plays tennis well . . . will enter business field ... 30 Harlem Street, Dorchester. EDWARD E. TOLSON " Ed " From the William Blackstone Intermediate School . . . favorite E.H.S. study is American his- tory . . . served on Record busi- ness staff in ' 43, ' 44, and ' 45; business manager, Record and Yearbook in ' 45 . . . cadet officer . . . member of Student Council last year . . . looks to- ward Boston College . . . lives at 15 Chambers Street, Boston. GERARD P. TULLY " Tull " Came to English High School from the Public Latin School . . . letterman in football with two years ' service on the grid- iron . . . switchboard operator . . . postwar ambitions include Holy Cross College and a law career . . . has enlisted in the United States Naval Reserve . . . home address: 27 Burard Street, West Roxbury. RICHARD VAHAN " Dick " " Dick ' s " earlier educational ex- periences include Classes VI and V at the Public Latin School . . . won the Lawrence Prize at E.H.S. in hygiene, first year . . . honor grade in Latin, second year . . . lieutenant in drill . . . will major in science at the University of Michigan . . . lives at 97 Westland Avenue, Boston. HERBERT A. VARNERIN " Herbie " From the Woodrow Wilson In- termediate School . . . partici- pated in track as a sophomore . . . honor average in American history in junior year . . . leisure interests revolve around sports . . . Boston College pre- medical, " Herbie " says . . . 469 Ashmont Street, Dorchester. JOSEPH VENTI " Joe " " Joe " prepared at the Michel- angelo Intermediate School . . . will enter Boston University College of Liberal Arts after graduation from E.H.S. . . . second-year honor averages in English (A ), history, and Latin (A ) . . . winner of Lawrence Prize in third year in fidelity and deportment . . . Record contributor . . . lives at 3 North Hudson Street, Boston. {72} JAMES M. VESEY " Jim " Graduated from St. Matthew ' s School in Dorchester earned honor averages in Eng- lish and in clerical practice during first year at E.H.S. . . . his best subject in second year was European history . . . served on alumni committee . . . United States Marine Corps and Notre Dame University in the future ... 58 Rockwell Street, Dor- chester. CHARLES C. VISVIS " Charlie " Entered from the Theodore Roosevelt School . . . was on the track squad in second year . . . lieutenant on the staff in senior year . . . interested in the business school at Boston College . . . lives at 15 Walnut Park, Roxbury. ROBERT D. WALLACE " Bob " Attended the Washington Irving Intermediate School . . . achieved honor averages in English and in physics in junior year . . . lieu- tenant on the staff in senior year . . . hopes to study aero- nautical engineering . . . 574 Beech Street, Roslindale. JOSEPH F. WALSH " Joe " " Joe " is an alumnus of the Nazareth School in South Bos- ton . . . his honor averages in- clude those in English and mathematics in freshman, sopho- more, and junior years, and those in sophomore bookkeeping and economic geography . . . war service and business career for " Joe " . . . lives at 679A East Fifth Street, South Boston. RAYMOND WASHINGTON " Ray " " Ray ' s " intermediate school was Public School 164, New York City ... at E.H.S. " Ray " earned an honor grade in physics in third year . . . served on school patrol as a lieutenant in senior year . . . interest cen- ters on the medical profession ... 14 South Huntington Av- enue, Jamaica Plain. WHXIAM B. WEINBAUM " Bill " Came under the banner of Blue and Blue after completing the courses at the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . in sophomore year, " Bill " at- tained honor marks in English, Spanish, and economic geogra- phy . . . another honor average in English in junior year . . . Boston University candidate . . . resides at 814 Blue Hill Ave- nue, Dorchester. GERALD WEINBERG " Gerry " Attended the Oliver Wendell Holmes Intermediate School . . . achieved high honors in sopho- more year with A in French, German, mathematics; and in junior year with A in French . . . Record contributor . . . lieutenant on the staff . . . prom- ising future in music . . . will attend Boston University. . . . residence: 51 Warner Street, Dorchester. DAVID B. WEINER " Dave " Came to English High School from the Theodore Roosevelt Intermediate School . . . honor standing in both sophomore and junior years . . . served as lieu- tenant in school patrol . . . pro- ficient on skis and skates . . . ambition is to become a physi- cian . . . intends to matriculate at Tufts College . . . resides at 6 Wayne Street, Roxbury. 73 LEONARD WEINER " Lee " Entered English High from the Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . commissioned a lieutenant in senior year at E.H.S. . . . headed for North- eastern University . . . has made a good start at high school with honor grades in English, Latin, German, and mathematics (A ) in third year ... 119 Maxwell Street, Dorchester. THEODORE L. WEINER " Ted " " Ted " came to Boston English High from the Garfield Junior High School in Revere ... an honor grade in French was re- corded for " Ted " in sophomore year . . . enjoyed the V-program . . . aspires to M.I.T. and mechanical engineering ... 16 Sutton Street, Mattapan. JOSEPH W. WELSH " Joe " " Joe " graduated from the St. Thomas Aquinas School in Ja- maica Plain . . . awarded the Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment in freshman year . . . honor roll, freshman and sophomore, with an A° in An- cient history . . . honor averages in American history and in physics in junior year . . . lieu- tenant . . . Library Corps . . . Northeastern University and aeronautical engineering . . . 104 Neponset Avenue, Hyde Park. STANLEY K. WENTZELL ' ' Spuds " Attended the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . best subject at E.H.S. was English in sophomore year ... an ardent sports follower . . . objective is the United States Army Air Force . . . college preference is for the University of Vermont . . . lives at 19 Aspinwall Road, Dorchester. SAUL WESTELMAN ' ■Westy " Frank V. Thompson Intermedi- ate School . . . attained honor averages in English and French in second year, and in English, physics, and American history in third year . . . served as lieu- tenant on the patrol staff . . . will enter Boston University for the pre-medical course . . . home: 78 Colbourne Road, Brighton. HARRIS B. WESTON " Harry " To English High from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermedi- ate School . . . chief interest lies in the field of aeronautics . . . will study at California Tech. ... at E.H.S. " Harry " has served as a lieutenant on the school patrol staff . . . lives at 17 Meredith Street, West Rox- bury. .lOlIN H. WIIALEN " Jack " Entered from the Edward Ever- ett School ... his best subject at E.H.S. was economic geog- raphy in sophomore year . . . served on senior dance commit- tee . . . cadet lieutenant . . . in- tends to register at Boston University College of Business Administration . . . home ad- dress: 84 Oakton Avenue, Dor- chester. ROBERT F. WHITE " Slim " Prepared for English High at St. Patrick ' s School in Rox- bury . . . honor roll at E.H.S. in freshman, sophomore, and junior years . . . A in freshman history and an A in French; A in Latin in sophomore year . . . lieutenant on the patrol staff . . . will study electrical engineering at North- eastern University ... 20 Adams Street, Roxbury. 04 STEDMAN G. WILSON " Sted " " Sted ' s " intermediate school was the Robert Gould Shaw ... at English High he has done con- sistently creditable work, achiev- ing honor rank in junior in history, French, mathematics, and physics . . . holds lieuten- ancy . . . chemical engineer- ing, eventually . . . home is at 21 Montvale Street, Ros- lindale. ALBERT J. WINITZER " Winnie " Another alumnus of the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . during sophomore year, " Winnie " made the honor grade, scholastically, in English, German, and mathematics (A ) . . . honor grades in mathematics and physics in junior year . . . track man in junior year also . . . lieutenant on school patrol . . . lives at 187 Callender Street, Dorchester. ARTHUR H. WOLFSON " Art " " Art " has made an excellent record at E.H.S., since entering in 1942 from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . achieved honor standing in all subjects in second year with an A in mathematics . . . honor roll again in third year with A° in American history and in physics and an A in German . . . leader of mass calisthenics in senior year . . . lieutenant . . . home: 120 Capen Street, Dor- chester. ROBERT WONG " Bob " " Bob " is a New Yorker in that he came here from the Wade Junior High School in the Bronx . . . earned E.H.S. honor grades in French and mathe- matics in his sophomore year . . . will matriculate at Boston College for studies in the liberal arts . . . resides at 65 Harvard Street, Boston. DONALD Y. YEE " Ducky " From the Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . E.H.S. room councilor, lieutenant on school patrol, member of senior class committees . . . honor grades, second year, in English, Latin, and bookkeeping . . . honor averages in all subjects in third year . . . wants to be a civil engineer . . . present address: 48 Hudson Street, Bos- ton. RICHARD J. ZANP:TTI " Dick " Attended St. Ann ' s Parochial School in Dorchester . . . his best subject at E.H.S., before entering his final year, was mathematics in third year . . . served the Drum and Bugle Corp? as captain in fourth year . . . interested in the study of aircraft, and in the School of Eng ineering at Northeastern University . . . home: 29 Tolman Street, Dorchester. FERNANDO R. ZAPATA " Rie " To the Blue and Blue from the Michelangelo Intermediate School . . . achieved honor stand- ing in all subjects in second year with A° in Latin . . . honor av- erages again in junior year with an A in Spanish . . . room councilor in junior year . . . staff captain in final year . . . plans to enter Northeastern University . . . residence: 38 Fleet Street, Boston. JOSEPH S. ZARTHAR Came to English High from the Rice School . . . ambition is to take a law course at Boston University . . . has served as a room athletic captain at E.H.S. . . . holds rank of lieutenant on the school patrol staff . . . war service preference is the Navy . . . home address: 40 West Newton Street, Boston. 05 } BRADFORD R. BEAN " Brad " Entered from the Prince School . . . freshman honor grades in English, history, and mathe- matics; sophomore honors in English and mathematics; honor roll throughout junior year . . . lieutenant on the patrol staff in senior year . . . contributing editor. Record and Yearbook . . . will study electrical engineer- ing at the University of New Hampshire . . . his home is at 813 Beacon Street, Boston. PAUL J. COLLINS " Co " Attended the Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . his best subjects at English High School were history, mathe- matics, and bookkeeping . . . ambition is to become a torpedo- man in the United States Navy . . . home ! is at 124 King Street, Dorchester. LOUIS N. GIACCHETTI " Low " Entered English High from Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in East Boston . . . achieved honor averages in English and in history in freshman year with an A average in mathematics . . . honor grade in Latin in sophomore year . . . member of track team in 1942 and 1943 . . . also a letterman in baseball in 1943 . . . room athletic cap- tain . . . enlisted in the Navy in his junior year . . . home address: 1 Maverick Street, East Boston. WILLIAM F. KEEFE " Bill " " Bill " attended the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . he was an Al man at English High in military drill ... he enlisted in the United States Army in November, 1944 . . . now at Fort Knox in the Tank Corps . . . indefinite as to post- war plans . . . concentrating on bringing V-J days nearer . . . home address: 12 Woodfield Street, Dorchester. ii ARTHUR L. LOUGHNANE " Art " Attended Cheverus School be- fore coming to E.H.S. . . . earned honors in history in sophomore year; in English, history, and physics in junior year . . . dab- bles in radio and sports . . . lives at 33 IB Centre Street, Jamaica Plain. EDWARD F. MAHONEY ■Ed " Prepared for English High School ' s college curriculum by qualifying at the Joseph H. Barnes Intermediate School in East Boston . . . enlisted in the United States Navy in Decem- ber, 1944, and is now on active service . . . home address is 33 Condon Street, East Boston. PETER S. SCAPICCHIO " Pete " " Pete came to English High from the Michelangelo Inter- mediate School . . . his best sub- ject at E.H.S. was drawing, second year . . . looks ahead to a business career . . . hopes for a glimpse of Fujiyama in the near future . . . 102 Salem Street, Boston. VINCENT P. VASSALLO " Vin " Attended the Donald McKay Intermediate School before com- ing to E.H.S. in 1942 ... as a sophomore, " Vin " made the honor grade in English, Latin, and Spanish . . . won an A and the Lawrence Prize in Spanish . . . not certain as to college or business, preferring to delay decision until after war service . . . lives at 81 Webster Street, East Boston. {76 RICHARD D. BARBERA " Dtcfe " St. Joseph ' s School in Boston . . . made the honor roll in all subjects in his freshman and sophomore years; honor grades in English and in mathematics in his junior year . . . room councilor as a junior . . . cadet captain as a senior . . . home is at 14 Eaton Street, Boston. W. F. BLAKEMAN, JR. " Will " A ster athlete from the Robert Gould Shaw Intermediate School . . . baseball in sophomore; track in junior; football in junior and senior . . . cadet lieutenant . . . ambition is aeronautical engi- neering . . . entered U. S. Army Air Force in December, 1944 . . . home address: 1585 Centre Street, Roslindale. PETER A. COUGIALIS " Pete " " Pete " attended the Martin School . . . versatile fellow: Record contributor, in sopho- more year; model-airplane build- er; concert master in English High School Orchestra . . . hopes to study aeronautical engineer- ing at M.I.T. after the war . . . has recently enlisted in the United States Navy . . . home address: 20 Alton Court, Rox- bury. ROBERT R. PERSH " Pm i " Graduated from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . honor grade in junior year in American history . . . service selection is the Navy . . . 1091 Norton Street, Mattapan. ROBERT E. IJONLAN " Bo6 " " Bob " is a graduate of St. Peters ' School in Dorchester . . . he left school in the early days of the war to serve with the Navy ... he has qualified for an English High diploma, and we are glad to have him as a Blue and Blue of the class of 1945 . . . " Bob " is now in demolition work for the Navy, somewhere in the Far Pacific . . . home address: 3 Ware Street, Dor- chester. VAHE A. KASPARIAN " AF Before coming to English High School " Al " attended the Abra- ham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . his best-liked hobby was photography during his years at E.H.S. . . . his postwar inclinations are toward aero- nautical engineering . . . right now, he is a member of fighting English on active service at the front . . . his home address is 150 South Street, Jamaica Plain. FRANCIS A. MOLIS " Frank " " Frank " registered at English High after graduating from St. Margaret ' s School in Dorchester . . . served the school as a Record representative . . . also par- ticipated in track ... he has recently entered the United States Army, hoping to see ac- tion in the Pacific Theatre of Operations ... he plans to study at Duke University some day soon, after the sun has set on the Japanese Empire forever . . . 16A Mount Vernon Street, Dorchester. ANTHONY F. ALAIMO " Nino ' ' Attended the Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . honor marks in Spanish and book- keeping in sophomore year . . . ambitious for a successful career in business . . . home address: 38 Leonard Street, Dorchester. ANTHONY C. AQLILINO " Tony " Attended Michelangelo Inter- mediate School . . . honor marks in Spanish (A ) and in book- keeping in sophomore year; in Spanish in junior year . . . headed toward a business career . . . address is 33 North Bennett Street, Boston. LOUIS V. ASCOLILLO " Lou " Entered from the Donald Mc- Kay Intermediate School . . . honors in French in junior and senior years . . . commissioned a captain in senior year . . . hopes to become an officer in the Merchant Marine . . . lives at 10 Jeffries Street, East Boston. WENDELL L. BEAN " Wendy " His intermediate school was the Lewis . . . member of Glee Club in sophomore year . . . room athletic captain in both sopho- more and junior years . . . assistant track manager in jun- ior year . . . lives at 69 Highland Street, Roxbury. EVERETT R. BEDINGFIELI) A graduate of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Intermediate School . . . received honor grades in French in sophomore year, and in his- tory in junior year . . . held commission of lieutenant in senior year . . . interested in plastics industry . . . lives at 83 Millet Street, Dorchester. PETER J. BONAFEDE " Pete " Attended Hugh O ' Brien School prior to English . . . honor work in bookkeeping in freshman, economic geography in sopho- more, and Spanish in junior . . . lieutenant in senior year . . . will enter Boston University C. B. A. . . . resides at 9 Albion Street, Roxbury. ERIC G. BUTLER " Studious " Hugh O ' Brien School . . . honor grades throughout course . . . A° in history, English, Latin, and French . . . basketball in junior and senior years . . . cadet captain, in senior . . . Tufts College and Tufts Medical . . . home is at 7 Rollins Court, Roxbury. ANTHONY A. CAMRELO " Tony " From the Oliver Wendell Holmes Intermediate School . . . honor average in French as a fresh- man . . . plans to engage in plastics industry . . . lives at 66 Millet Street, Dorchester. MATTHEW H. CAVALLINI " Matt " Prepared for English High School at the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . played an outstanding game as a guar d on the ' 44 football team with a wonderful climax performance against Boston Latin School . . . an alert and impassable goalie on the ' 44 and ' 45 hockey teams . . . will enter business field after service in the Armed Forces . . . lives at 93 Gallivan Boulevard, Dorchester. WILLIAM E. CLASBY " Bill " Came to English High School from the Mather School . . . favorite hobby is sports . . . plans to enter business . . . lives at 14 Holden Place, Dor- chester. {IS} ARNOLD E. COHEN " Amy " From the Solomon Lewenberg Intermediate School . . . honor averages in English, French, and mathematics in sophomore year . . . captain on the staff in senior year . . . United States Army now . . . Northeastern University after the war . . . home is at 683 Morton Street, Mattapan. ROBERT P. COLLINS ' • Kay " Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School . . . honor grades in sophomore and junior mathe- matics . . . room councilor as a junior . . . drill lieutenant as a senior . . . continuing studies at Boston College, majoring in mathematics . . . residence: 15 Ely Road, Dorchester. ROBERT J. CRAFTS " Bob " " Bob " attended the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . ambitious for a successful career in big business . . . looks toward Burdett College . . . quite a photographer on the side . . . lives at 22 Dunreath Street, Roxbury. LAWRENCE K. CROWLEY " Dodo " He came to English from the Grover Cleveland Intermediate School . . . enjoys swimming, track, and sportswriting . . . Glee Club in sophomore . . . ambitious for success in law . . . 39 Vinson Street, Dorchester. ROBERT II. DE VLAMINCK " Bob " " Bob " attended elementary school and junior high school in Saugus, Mass. . . . attained honor grades at E.H.S. in third- year history and mathematics . . . has entered the United States Maritime Service . . . home: 44 St. Stephen Street, Boston. MARIUS C. DIMITRAKIS " Dimi " Came to E.H.S. from the James P. Timilty Intermediate School . . . interested in photog- raphy as a hobby and in me- chanical engineering as a voca- tion . . . address: 151 Center Street, Roxbury. ALFRED K. DRISCOLL " Ar His intermediate school was the Grover Cleveland . . . ambitious to succeed in a business career . . . his home is at 35 Duncan Street, Dorchester. FRANCIS I ' . DRISCOLL " Frank " St. Rita ' s School, Boston . . . honor grade in history in junior year . . . room athletic captain in freshman and junior years . . . fidelity and deportment award . . . football star for four years; captain of football in senior year . . . now serving with the Armed Forces . . . home ad- dress: 70 Draper Street, Dor- chester. HARVEY G. FAGERSTROM " Harve " Entered from the Grover Cleve- land Intermediate School . . . member of the 1943 football squad . . . now serving in the United States Navy . . . home address: 8A Mill Street, Dor- chester. JOSEPH F. FRISSORA " Zcfee " From the Michelangelo Inter- mediate School . . . honor mark in Spanish in sophomore year . . . 37 Tileston Street, Boston. EDMUND J, GALLAHUE " Ed " Graduated from St. Gregory ' s Parochial School in Dorchester . . . attended Boston College High School prior to coming here in March, 1944 . . . enlisted in the United States Navy in September, 1944 . . . home ad- dress: 62 Standard Street, Mat- tapan. HENRY J. GERVAIS " Frenchy " Came to E.H.S. from the Wil- liam Blackstone School . . . honor grades in French in junior year . . . career interest is radio . . . lives at 27 Anderson Street, Boston. JOSEPH M. GRIFONI " Joe " Attended the Donald McKay Intermediate School . . . honor grade in commercial law in junior year . . . lieutenant in drill . . . expects to enter Armed Forces in near future . . . 194 Marginal Street, East Boston. THOMAS F. HUNT " Tom " Came here from the Hugh O ' Brien School . . . honor aver- ages in third year in physics, bookkeeping, and war mathe- matics . . . enlisted in the United States Navy in October, 1944 . . . home address: 33 Boynton Street, Jamaica Plain. LAWRENCE W. KENNEY " Larry " From Our Lady of Lourdes School in Jamaica Plain . . . honor grade in first-year Eng- lish . . . now serving with the Armed Forces . . . 147 Forest Hills Street, Jamaica Plain. CHARLES S. MacISAAC " Chick " Attended the Washington Irv- ing Intermediate School . . . honor grades in sophomore year in Latin and in history . . . lieu- tenant . . .25 Denton Terrace, Roslindale. ALEXANDER A. McLELLAN " Alec " Entered English High School from St. Peter ' s School in Dor- chester . . . honors in freshman year in English and history . . . hobbies: baseball and swim- ming . . . hopes to become an en- gineer . . . lives at 91 Hamilton Street, Dorchester. HERBERT FINKELSTEIN " Fink " To English High School via the Solomon Lewenberg Intermedi- ate School . . . switchboard operator . . . lieutenant . . . service preference is U. S. Mari- time Service . . . postwar plan includes Northeastern Universi- ty .. . 88 Wellington Hill Street, Mattapan. JAMES P. HARVEY " Jim " St. Columbkille ' s School in Brighton . . . honor work: freshman year, in English, his- tory, and French; sophomore, in English, French, and Spanish (A°); junior, in English and Spanish . . . ambitious to become a linguist . . . Boston College bound . . .10 Mapleton Street, Brighton. ROBERT L. I L NNING " Bob " St. Peter ' s School in Dorchester . . . earned honor grades in English and mathematics in freshman year and sophomore years, respectively . . . room athletic captain . . . drill lieu- tenant . . . college choice is Holy Cross ... 37 Mt. Ida Road, Dorchester. {79} EDWARD F, MURPHY " Ed " From the Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School to E.H.S. after a year at Dorchester High . . . entered St. Michael ' s Col- lege with the February class in 1945 . . . home address: 474 Tal- bot Avenue, Dorchester. JOHN E. NELSON " Jack " Lewis Intermediate School . . . left school in November, 1944, to enlist in the United States Navy . . . home address: 8 Louise Park, Roxbury. RAYMOND E. NEWELL " Ray " A graduate of the Lewis Inter- mediate School . . . Spanish, his best subject at English High . . . cadet lieutenant . . . expects to enter the Navy . . . home: 15 Fenno Street, Roxbury. ALFRED C. O ' CONNELL " AF Prepared for English High School at the Joseph H. Barnes Intermediate School . . . enlisted in the United States Navy in December, 1944 . . . home ad- dress: 59 Prospect Street, West Roxbury. RONALD B. PAYNE " Ronnie " Came over to English High from the neighboring Rice School . . . after service in the Armed Forces, " Ronnie " will enter the business world ... 25 Worcester Street, Boston. NICHOLAS J. PERELLA " Nick " Came to E.H.S. from the Abraham Lincoln Intermediate School . . . honor grades, second year, in English, mathematics, and Spanish (A ); honor roll in junior year with an A° in chemistry . . . lives at 306 Har- rison Avenue, Boston. GERALD PERETSM. N " Jerry " To E.H.S. from the Frank V. Thompson Intermediate School . . . awarded a Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment . . . lieutenancy . . . honor roll in sophomore and junior with A in English and in mathematics and A in French and in German . . . will study engineer- ing and has chosen M.I.T. . . . 99 Maxwell Street, Dorchester. JOHN A. pnn»ps " Jack " Attended the Cathedral School before coming to English High . . . enlisted in the Navy in November, 1944 . . . home is at 79 East Canton Street, Boston. HOWARD I. ROSENTHAL " Howie " Entered from the Solomon Lew- enberg Intermediate School . . . says his life ambition is to be- come a millionaire . . . inter- ested in woodworking and air- plane building as hobbies, and in business as a career . . . ad- dress is 22 Merrill Street, Dorchester. PAUL W. STANDISH " Billy " Entered English High School after preparatory work in the Newton public schools and a year in the High School at Newport, Vt. . . . enlisted in the United States Navy in Decem- ber, 1944 . . . home address: 278 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. DONALD M. SUNDLAND " Don " Entered E.H.S. from the William Howard Taft Intermediate School . . . obtained, during sophomore year, honor marks in English, mathematics, and phys- ics .. . wants to be a research chemist . . . M.I.T., his objective . . . 1318 Commonwealth Av- enue, AUston. ARNOLD TEPERO " Arnie " Registered at English High School from the Solomon Lewen- berg Intermediate School . . . enlisted in the United States Army in December, 1944 . . . home address: 31 Stow Road, Mattapan. JAMES G. TIGHE " Jim " St. Joseph ' s School in Roxbury . . . his best subjects were civics, in first year, and Spanish in second year . . . lives at 79 Rockland Street, Roxbury. PATRICK J. VkELBY " Pat " " Pat " received his elementary school training at the Cathedral Grammar School in Boston . . . his best scholastic records at E.H.S. were made in mathe- matics in first year, and in Spanish in third year ... he expects Army service soon . . . resides at 702 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. •{80 The Light of the Future By EDGAR F. NOBLE, ' 45 T URING the past few years at English High School, we, as young men, have ■ — witnessed the failure of the totalitarian nations to bring utter destruction and devastation on mankind. We have seen a once peaceful world inflamed by the will of a few, who would seek to destroy the very foundations of life. We have observed the desperate struggles of the Britons, the Russians, the Chinese and the other peoples of Europe and Asia against the ruthless forces of tyranny. We have seen everything in the path of the aggressor wantonly bombed and burned, until only rubble and debris served as a grim reminder to man of his former achievements. We have seen our own nation, divided in peace, become solidly united in war. From the citadel of freedom, we became the arsenal of democracy. From the isolation of the past, we emerged as the light of the future. No longer did we stand aloof from our European and Asiatic brothers, but joined with them in the gigantic task of an- nihilating the subduers of humanity. Recently, we mourned the passing of a great American — a great philanthropist — Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who serves as a reminder to us that not all the casualties occur on the battlefield. The efforts and achievements of this great man in behalf of mankind, have won him the admiration and friendship of the Allied Nations. The time is approaching when we will be ready to take our places in society. Then, it will be our duty as citizens, to promote and encourage the bond of friendship and co-operation among the nations of the world. When this spirit is universal, then, and only then, will the world have been finally freed of the dreaded scourge of war, and man can emerge from his cave of darkness to walk without fear in the light of freedom. THE CLASS SONG COMMITTEE Herbert .1. Collins, Paul J. MacKenzie (Chairman), Joseph N. Soracco {81} Into the Wild Blue Yonder By RICHARD COHEN, ' 45 A S the bombers that soar into the sky on new missions in the battle torn skies, so are we of the Class of ' 45 off on a new and greater mission. As the pilot who has been briefed and goes to his waiting plane which is to take him into the unknown, so are we who have had our high-school training about to embark into the unknown of the future. We have our ambitions and hope that one day they will be realized. Some will go to college and others into the service. Eventually we shall all be in the service. Then if the gods of war permit, and when peace has been re-established, we shall stride toward the ultimate goal of our ambitions. The last three years, four for some, we have spent as the pilots who enjoy a few minutes of leisure while they may. " Drink and be merry while you may, " may well be their motto, for who knows what the morrow holds in store? Finally, the fun must stop; the morrow has come; a grim task is at hand. So, must we stop our play. We have been merry. The morrow has arrived. It is time to settle down to the task that life holds in store. All of the Class of ' 45 must, by now, realize what is in store. The war that now rages the world over has affected each and every one of us or will eventually. These are not normal times. These are times in which we must be realistic. These are times in which boys become men over night, in which man realizes that he must fight to exist. But to it all we can add the memories of our days at English High School. Sup- pose we start with the sophomore year. This was the year that we were dodos (fledg- lings). We walked about in a daze staring in wonderment at the huge walls and ex- pansive corridors. We learned how to make good paper gliders and to aim straight with a piece of chalk. That year was indoctrination to the life that would soon follow. Some how or other we managed to finish that year in one piece, with flak and all flying about. Oh yes, it was about this time that the famous spucky became a thing of the past and just a memory to all English High boys who had known it. The following year we advanced, and rapidly caught on to basic training. This year we were all flying high, for who could keep back a junior? After all it is only one year behind senior and complete domination of the school. Thanksgiving Day of 1943 was quite different from 1942. The English-Latin game ended in a 0 0 tie which was miserable. The year before we had won 19 0, and why cou ldn ' t we do it again? Well, we couldn ' t. Then there were times when some were grounded. You know, those who were so unfortunate to hear, " Why isn ' t your father here? You can ' t go to class until he comes. " Or those who came in contact with the " cutslip " or the man who said, " Follow me, " and politely showed you the door. So went the year and we so full of mirth. Then the day arrived. We marched into the familiar corridors of E. H. S. We had come a long way since the day on which we had asked where the elevators and the smoking rooms were, when we had searched high and wide for the third-floor cross corridor or wondered how a school could be so large. Instead, this year we wondered why the windows weren ' t clean and why the second-floor cross corridor is where it is. So with more books under our arms we stride down the corridors. Look around at the entering class. " My, but they are small. Was I ever that small? " (Yes, you were, but you would never admit the fact.) " Pardon me, sir, " (mind the sir, imagine addressing a senior as sir), " where ' s Room 158. " The room is right in front of him but still he doesn ' t see it so you send him on a merry jaunt around the building. Finally the poor boy realizes where it is. This year saw us at the Harvard Stadium throwing an anchor about the necks of our traditional foes, the Latinites. We beat them 13-6. Then came the occasion we had talked about day after day — the Senior Class Prom. Remember how you swam there? I had always wondered if it is at all possible to land a seaplane on Tremont Street. That night I had my answer. It rained most THE SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE Second llnir: Donald Yee, Richard J. Kearns, .Joseph K. O ' Brien, Francis X. Mara Front Ron-: Herschel Slernlieb, .John .J. Ford (( ' hninnini ). Antonio D ' . meIio. Sumner Nudel {83 of the night. (I pause here in remembrance of those who went down to the street puddles in shoes. ) With that night over we went about our ways until vacation. The new year found us back within the welcoming walls of E. H. S. Even the freshmen were familiar with the good ole building. Of course we had class elections. Mantini won with the slogan, " Use your beanie, vote for Mantini. " Siegfriedt, Donaghue, Gorham, and Nobile were also elected to office. So the time flies. Day by day we get older and supposedly wiser. Yes, we have had our good times and our bad times. Why, think, this year we had about three days off because of bad weather. This year we witnessed the close of the first half of the greatest struggle that mankind has ever known. It is not being fought on a cool October Saturday afternoon, but on the heat and rain ridden lands and seas of the Far East. With Germany finally beaten, we are going into the second half to win a final victory. It is up to us to support this drive and if necessary, fight the battle itself. Remember the Street Parade of our freshman year? It was rather wet as you well know. This year was just the opposite. Instead of rain, or even heat, it was cold. Imagine, if you can, rank on rank of icicles marching up Tremont Street, on Sunday, May 27th. As usual we ended up ahead of Latin in the line of march. Now the time draws near. On June 7 we shall win our wings. We shall be able to take off on a mission into the wild blue yonder. When the day arrives, we must put behind our youth and look forward to something new. As the pilot who goes on his first mission, we shall be nervous and fearful, for the eyes of the whole crew will be upon us. We shall feel that not a slip must be made. But, even the most skilled pilots sometimes make mistakes. We ' ll do our best to keep our wings level and true. THE ALUMNI COMMITTEE Second Hnw: Joseph A. HinH.s, .lo.sepli B. Sangiolo, .leremiah .1. Foley Front Hoir: Donald A. Kunstler, Kent A. Killam iCkairmau), .]nmes M. Vesey •{ 84 Scholastic Honor Roll CLASS OF 1945 SENIOR YEAR HE following seniors have qualified during the past school year for the Honor Roll, - since all their final averages have been B ' s or A ' s. Highest honor grades in a course are indicated by A ; a grade of A is the second grade, indicating work that is worthy of commendation. T William M. Anderson A in Chemistry W. Randolph Angell A° in Chemistry Howland D. Atwood A in English, History Mathematics, and Chemistry Richard D. Barbera Frank P. Brunetta David Corman A in History and French A° in Mathematics Henry A. Coveney, Jr. Forest E. Crouse A in Chemistry Sidney Cohen A in Mathematics and Chemistry Frank S. Cruickshank A in German A° in French and Mathematics Antonio D ' Amelio Walter K. Fales John F. Favaloro A in Bookkeeping Albert E. Favreau A in Meteorology and Navigation Nathan H. Fearer A in German and Chemistry A° in English John B. Flynn A° in Chemistry Irving Gold A in German Sumner Gorodetsky James J. Harkins A in French Robert A. Hawes Milton Kamins A in Mathematics and Chemistry Sumner Kaufman Kent A. Killam Richard H. Lent Arthur L. Loughnane A in Economics Paul Machlin A in Chemistry Charles A. Magarian A in Mechanical Drawing Anthony V. Mauriello A in Spanish Edgar F. Noble A° in English and Chemistry William A. Northridge A in Mathematics Stanley L. Novick A in Mathematics, Economics, and History Gerald Peretsman A in German A° in English and Mathematics Irving A. Ratner A in Mathematics Heinz H. Roeber A° in German Byron D. Roseman A° in Chemistry Joseph I. Rubinovitz A in German and Mathematics A° in English Marc Sagan Harold Simon Herbert L. Spivack A in Mathematics A° in German Donald M. Sundland A in Mathematics A° in Chemistry Walter Terlecki David B. Weiner Robert F. White Arthur H. Wolfson {85 E. H. S ' 45 ATHLETICS Teams of Our Time By DON NICOLL, ' 45 T TERE we are at the end of our life at E. H. S. Probably the deeds of the pals of our senior year will live longest in our memories. The achievements of Bill Northridge, Jackie Bowes, Frank Driscoll, Jake Maloney, Paul Bjorklund, Matt Ruggiero, Matt Cavalini, Bob Lynch, Kent Killam, Eric Butler, Dave Krivitsky, Hersch Sternlieb, and many others will long remain as outstanding features of our schoolday activities. These have been four short years, though, in which these stars and those who did the quiet but efficient supporting of many championship teams under Coach Ohrenberger worked hard to perfect their skill. Let ' s look back and see just what came out of all this work. . . . It ' s been a long time since we ' ve been freshmen, hasn ' t it? Just think back to those days when you wandered around this ancient edifice with wonder in your eyes or read in the newspaper about the deeds of the English High athletes as you waited to graduate from that junior high school. That was the year when our football team lost a majority of its games and most sorrowfully went to defeat at the hands of B. L. S. 19-0, despite the efforts of co-captains Charlie O ' Malley and Dick Kearns and the other stars of the team. This was the year our own Frank Driscoll first made the squad. This was also the first year Jake Maloney was a member of the hockey team that attained the city championship while beating Latin 2 0. Under the able leader- ship of Captain Gene Bossi and the many stars that hovered around him, the ' 41 - ' 42 track squad captured all the meets in fine style and ran away with the Reggies. The baseball team was co-champion this year. With Co-Captain Don Stevens turning in an amazing season as pitcher and with fine support from Co-Captain Frank Sacco, the Double Blue were disappointed only by a 5 3 defeat handed out by the Purple and White. Then came the Sophomore year. These were the days when many were just enter- ing this noble institution. Some laughed when Bill Northridge, Jake Maloney and others aspired for the football roster. He who laughs last laughs best. That was the As We Remember Them. Left to right: John J. Farrell, Jr., ' 44, Captain of Baseball; Andrew J. Kelly, ' 44, Captain of Football; Mr. William H. Ohrenberger, " Coach of Champions " ; Robert J. Barry, ' 44, Captain of Hockey; Courtland H. Ellis, ' 44, Captain of Track. 88 team that smashed all opposition with a skill we still remember. The year when the mighty Roy Norden crashed through opposing lines to lay ' em low while darting Koren Kasabian and company carried the ball to victory in the Turkey Day fest, 19 0. Cap- tain Paul Fraher and teammates handled the puck on blades that carried them to a City Championship which happily included a setback of 2 1 for Latin. Dave Krivitsky, Hersch Sternlieb, Jim Atsales, and Paul Noble made their debut on the Track Squad that gave Captain Roland Doherty a Regimental Championship. This was also the year that Court Ellis toted himself over the bar for a third in the National High Jump Contest. John Yurewicz captained a City Champs team that slapped the old " apple " for an 18 2 slugfest over Latin. Our Junior Year was one to remember. The nucleus of the ' 44 ' 45 teams was being formed as the squads went on to victory in true E. H. S. tradition. The football team has been called one of the greatest in English ' s long history. Captain Andy Kelly, Giles Powell, George Osganian, Jack Boutilier, and company came through with an undefeated, and unscored upon season, tieing only with a great Latin team 0-0. Basketball started this year and had a fairly successful season. Congratulations to Coach Sullivan and the first captain of a new tradition at E. H. S., Lenny Kerr. Court Ellis led a State and Regimental Championship Track team to a truly wonderful season. The relay team of that year will long be a legend hereabouts. Baseball came with the Spring and brought joy to Coach Ohrenberger ' s heart. Captain Jackie Farrell, Joe Flanagan, Giles Powell, and Bill Brady outdid themselves to lead the team to a City Championship and a crushing defeat of the Purple and White, 18 2. Then came the Senior year. Now you know the boys in 059. No longer are they plaster heroes. They ' re just ordinary fellows with skills that work on the field of sport. Skills that brought us a 13 6 victory at Harvard Stadium, a co-championship in basket- ball, Regimental champs. State Relay victory, and 5 0 hockey defeat for B. L. S. . . . Hail and farewell to the teams of our time and the pals that made them great. Recalling That Thrilling Hoop Victory Over Latin. Left to right: John H. Etter, ' 46, Captain-Elect of Basketball; Mr. Arthur J. Sullivan, Coach; Robert Lynch, ' 45, this year ' s Captain. {89 FOOTBALL t unrlli n,nr: I ' aul (.. Moiialiiin, CliarK- .1. I l.vnn, Her birt Harris. Kobirt J. lioulilu r, Kil»ar,l ( . Monaliaii. AHrr.l ( . (I ( olinell, Cer- ard P. Tully, Donald Levitan. William A. Harwood, Robert i. Duffy. Richard K. Branca Third Hmr: Michael .1. Czaja, James M. Zanghi, Lyndon M. K ' el. -n. James A. Atsales. Herbert Klegman. Matthew Cavallini, Rotjert H. McMurray, William G. Pfau, Conrad Balfour. Philip A. Marino. Paul J. Collins {Manager) Seeniiil H iir: Mr. William H. Ohrenberger (r i i(A ), John H. Etter. John K. Curley. Robert H. Barry, (ieorge F. Cassell. Paul R. Bjork- lund, Robert L. Murph. ' , Joseph H. Praught, .Mfonso .1. Luciano. Mario D. Didiorgio. Mr. Walter F. Uowne.v i,Head ilaxier ) Front Role: John N. Bowes, Robert B. Farrell, . loysius J. Malioney, William . . Northridge, ( apt. Francis P. Drisooll, William F. Blakemen, Matthew J. Ruggiero, Donald C. Murpli.v. John H. Malone. ' 7HEN the football season came and • the candidates assembled at Billings Field, Coach Ohrenberger was faced with the usual problem of breaking a huge group of candidates down into a good squad. Led by Captain Frank DriscoU, the 1944 Football Team turned out a season of games worth remembering. It was a team that the Class of ' 45 can be proud of. After their first scheduled game was rained out, the team lost a close one to a fighting Boston College High Eleven, 14 13. A combination of inexperience and slippery ball handling made it possible for the Ma- roon and Gold to rack up this victory. Bouncing back to prove that they could take their place with the long line of great E. H. S. teams, the Blue and Blue Boys defeated the Trade Indians, 39-0. It was a question of how many times the English gridders could cross the goal line. The trip Winged Victory Out-foxing ' Em! to Groton proved to be a disappointment to the inhabitants of Montgomery Manor as an aerial attack sank the visitors 12 0. The final game of the season started what we hope is another tradition at English High. The historic Thanksgiving Day game was played in the ideal setting of the Harvard Stadium. Despite a season of wet weather, the gridiron was in perfect condition for the Turkey Day fest. Before a large, enthusiastic crowd, studded with the uniforms of returned alumni, the E. H. S. eleven defeated the Purple and White 13 6 in a thriller that provided enough excitement to keep the Room 059 experts talking for weeks. The big hero of the game was Captain-elect Bob Mur- phy, who blocked the Latin kick into the end zone, where big Paul Bjorklund landed on the pigskin for the winning score of the game. Heroes of the team were All- Scholastics Bill Northridge and Jackie Bowes, Quarterback Jackie Maloney, Half- back Bob Farrell, Fullback Don Murphy, and Linemen Matt Cavalini, Bob Murphy, Mario Di Giorgio, Captain Frank DriscoU, Matt Ruggiero and Paul Bjorklund. WINNERS OF THE V ARSITY E Captain Francis P. Driscoll, ' 45, proved himself a fighting leader of a great Blue and Blue eleven. His tackle play was a standout, especially against the Purple. Sragrum FOOTBALL Captain Francis P. Driscoll, ' 45 Manager Paul J. Collins, ' 45 James A. Atsales, ' 45 Robert H. Barry, ' 45 Paul R. Bjorklund, ' 45 William Blakeman, ' 45 Robert J. Boutilier, ' 45 John N. Bowes, ' 45 Richard J. Branca, ' 45 George F. Cassell, ' 45 John F. Curley, ' 45 Michael J. Czaja, ' 45 Robert J. Duffy, ' 45 Charles J. Flynn, ' 45 Herbert Harris, ' 45 Harold S. Klegman, ' 45 Donald Levitan, ' 45 John H. Maloney, ' 45 Robert H. McMurray, ' 45 Edward C. Monahan, ' 45 William A. Northridge, ' 45 Alfred C. O ' Connell, ' 45 Joseph W. Fraught, ' 45 William G. Pfau, ' 45 Matthew J. Ruggiero, ' 45 Gerard P. Tully, ' 45 Matthew H. Cavallini, ' 45 Mario D. DiGiorgio, ' 46 John H. Etter, ' 46 Robert B. Farrell, ' 46 William A. Harwood, ' 46 Alfonso J. Luciano, ' 46 Aloysius J. Mahoney, ' 46 Philip A. Marino, ' 46 Donald C. Murphy, ' 46 Conrad G. Balfour, ' 47 Take ' Em Out 2. Coach Gives Final I nsl riiclioiis. .i. The Bowes Kxpress Kn Houte. i. Thrown for a Loss hy the Big Bhie. 5. " Powerhouse " Murphy Plunges Ahead. 6. F " ield Headquarters of Enghsh High. 7. Touchdown! Bill Northridge Scores. 4 ; ■ BASKETBALL ' ' I HE Blue and Blue Basketeers turned out a successful season to the joy of all Top: Northridge Goes Up for the Warren Avenue Edifice. Sparked a Shot. by Captain Bobby Lynch, Center Harry Bolster, Forward Kent Killam, and Guards Eric Butler and Bill Northridge, the team handed Coach Arthur J. Sullivan a record to be proud of. They were defeated only twice; once by Commerce, 26 to 21, and once by Brandeis Vocational, 36 to 31. The victories were started with a close one against Roxbury Memorial, 32 to 30. The next was even closer when the East Boston team lost 33 to 32. Jamaica Plain was the next to fall, 64 to 25. South Bos- ton was defeated next in a Garden thriller, 32 to 25. Charlestown, Tech, and Boston College High were the next victims to the scores of 28 18, 42-19, and 31 12, re- spectively. Trade was defeated 50 to 26. Center: Killam Takes a Free Throw. highly favored Hyde Park quintet also went down before the " giant killers " 26 to 25. Dorchester also lost under the Garden nets, 46 to 21. Brighton came next 61 to 15 and Roslindale followed, 71 to 26, with the team setting two records. The team kept the record with Latin School clean by defeating them in an overtime period, 33 31. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Captain Robert Lynch, ' 45 Manager Edward B, Levens, ' 45 Seymour L. Isenberg, ' 45 Kent A. Killam, ' 45 Wil ' .iam A. Northridge, ' 45 Bottom: Kent Brings [tDoun! William B. Weinbaum, ' 45 Harold D. Bolster, ' 46 John H. Etter, ' 46 Paul F. Fazzina, ' 46 Stephen A. Puleo, ' 46 1? LEADERS IN OUR 1945 VICTORY PARADE IN THE BEST E. H. S. TRADITION Coach Arthur J. Sullivan thrives on thrillers. Those photo finishes were his idea of basketball at its best. Captain Bobby Lynch, high- scoring ace basketeer of the Blue and Blue, whose stellar performances sparked his team to many a victory. CO-CHAMPIONS WITH PUBLIC LATIN SCHOOL AMONG THE INTOWN BOSTON HIGH SCHOOLS Third Raw: Kenneth C. William.s, ' 4(i; Kdward B. Levens (Manager), ' 45; Sheldon W. Rothman, ' 46 Second Row: Mr. Walter F. Downey (Head Master); Paul F. Fazzina, ' 46; Thomas H. (Ilynn, ' 46; Stephen A. Poleo, ' 46; John H. P ' tter, ' 46; Seymour L. Isenberg, ' 45; Mr. Arthur J. Sullivan (Vnaeh ) Front Row: William A. Northridge, ' 45; Harold D. Bolster, ' 46; Robert I). Lynch (Caiitain). ' 45; Kent A. Killam, ' 45; Fric G. But- ler. ' 45 95 TRACK ' T HE Track squad turned out what could not be called anything but a very- successful season. Captain Dave Krivit- sky led the field in the 600 in the Boston Schools and came in second in the State Meet. Other leaders were Hersch Stern- lieb in the 440, Bob Farrell in the 300, Matt Ruggiero in the shotput, Phil Bloomfield in the 50, and a host of others including Earl Tucker, Irving Howe, Ed Englert, Jimmie Bushmiller, Austin Roche, Henry Lesser, Paul Bjorklund, Jim Atsales, Paul MacKenzie, Al Winitzer, and Don Kunst- ler. Manager Ray Shaw kept things going while Coach Ohrenberger urged the team on with his sound advice and booming voice. The State Meet, while not as illustrious as last year saw another great relay team take that crown. Jimmy Pappis, Bob Farrell, Hersch Sternlieb and especially Captain Dave deserve a great hand. The first meet was a triangular affair with Roxbury Memorial and Com- merce trailing 197 to 70 to 19. Latin, Trade, and Tech followed suit in the next East Armory gathering by a tally of 89-38-24-33. The last quad meet was also a Double Blue Victory with Latin, Tech, and Memorial falling again 80 to 50 to 40 to 17. The Regimentals climaxed the season as English more than doubled the score of its nearest rival, Tech, 82 to 41. There the relay picture was repeated for the final time as all three classes cap- tured their respective races to keep the slate clean for the season. We leave best wishes for Captain-elect Bob Farrell and his teammates who will carry on in the years to come. Massachusetts Schoolboy Relay Champions, 1945 — Left to right: James C. Pappis, ' 46; Robert B. Farrell, ' 46; David S. Krivitsky, ' 45, Herschel Sternlieb, ' 45. WINNERS O F THE VARSITY E Captain David S. Krivitsky, ' 45 Manager Raymond L. Shaw, ' 45 James A, Atsales, ' 45 Paul R. Bjorklund, ' 45 Hugh E. Bushmiller, ' 45 Donald A. Kunstler, ' 45 Paul J. MacKenzie, ' 45 Paul E. Noble, ' 45 Matthew J. Ruggiero, ' 45 Herschel Sternlieb, ' 45 Albert J. Winitzer, ' 45 Philip M. Bloomfield, ' 46 Edward Englert, ' 46 Robert B. Farrell, ' 46 Sumner Frank, ' 46 Frank Furman, ' 46 John T. Gilmore, ' 46 Robert J. Kramer, ' 46 Henry E. Lesser, ' 46 James C. Pappis, ' 46 Earl F. Tucker, ' 46 Alfred J. Balerna, ' 47 Conrad G. Balfour, ' 47 Thecdore R. Barco, ' 47 Lawrence Barrett, ' 47 Edward Berman, ' 47 Arthur Evans, ' 47 Irving T. Howe, ' 47 Jcseph M. Joyce, ' 47 Francis P. Lcmbardi, ' 47 Walter R. Murphy, ' 47 Jchn J. Nolan, ' 47 Edward T. O ' Donnell, ' 47 Briton J. Potter, ' 47 Mallory J. Robinson, ' 47 Austin P. Roche, ' 47 Albert F. DiBlasi, ' 48 Midget Relay Team. These youngsters defeated Latin, Commerce, and Technical at the annual B. A. A. Meet. Left to right: Joseph Pagliarulo, ' 48; John Corson, ' 47; Angelo Adams, ' 48; and Andrew MacAulay, ' 48. Captain Dave Krivitsky, ' 45, Massachusetts schoolboy 440-yard champion in 1944 and 1945; also winner of the Reggie 600. Awarded the Fred O ' Brien Memorial Tro- phy. BOSTON REGIMENTAL CHAMPIONS 1945 Fourth Row: Theodore R. Barco, ' 47; Lawrence Barrett, ' 47; Hugh E. Bushiniller, ' 45; Frank Furmon, ' 46; Arthur Evans, ' 47; John J. Nolan, ' 47; Mallory K. Robinson, ' 47; Albert F. Di Blasi, ' 48 Third Row: Donald A. Kunstler, ' 45; Briton J. Potter, ' 47; William Muser, ' 47; Edward Berman, ' 47; Edward T. O ' Donnell, ' 47; Robert J. Kramer, ' 46; Conrad G. Balfour, ' 47; Francis P. Lombardi, ' 47; Raymond L. Shaw (Manager), ' 45 Second Row: Mr. William H. Ohrenberger (Coach); Walter R. Murphy, ' 47; Austin P. Roche, ' 47; Irving T. Howe, Jr., ' 47; Paul R. Bjorklund, ' 45; Matthew J. Ruggiero, ' 45; Henry E. Lesser, ' 46; Sumner F ' rank, ' 46; Mr. Walter F. Downey ( Head Master) Front Row: James C. Pappis, ' 46; Paul J. MacKenzie, ' 45; James A. Atsales, ' 45; Robert B. Farrell, ' 46; Capt. David S. Krivitsky, ' 45; Herschel Sternlieb, ' 45; Edward L. Englert, ' 46; Philip M. Bloomfield, ' 46; Alfred J. Balerna, ' 47 {97 HOCKEY Third Row: Patrick (). Morrisse.v, ' 47; Matthew H. C ' avallini, ' 45; John N. Bowes. ' 45; Robert H. Curran. ' 45 (ifnnagrr) Second Rme: Mr. William H. Ohrenberger (Coach); Robert W. Kelle.v, " 47; Edward C. Monahan, ' 45; Frederick L. Hayes. " 4fi; Robert H. Barry, ' 45; Harold .1. Carver, " 46; Mr. Walter F. Downey (Head Maxter) Front Row: Robert M. Pierre, ' 45; .Tohn L. Burke, ' 46; (ierald R. Riley, ' 46; John H. Maloney (Captain), ' 45; Edward V. Tiinn, ' 46; Joseph M. (Jriffin, ' 46; Wilfred H. Nolan, ' 45 WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Captain John H. Maloney, ' 45 Manager Robert E. Curran, ' 45 Robert M. Barry, ' 45 John N. Bowes, ' 45 Matthew H. Cavallini, ' 45 Wilfred A. Nolan, ' 45 Edward C. Monahan, ' 45 Robert M. Pierre, ' 45 John L. Burke, ' 46 Harold J. Carver, ' 46 Joseph N. Griffin, ' 46 Frederick L. Hayes, ' 46 Aloysius J. Mahoney, ' 46 Gerald R. Riley, ' 46 Robert W. Kelley, ' 47 Patrick O. Morrissey, ' 47 William E. Jennings, ' 48 ' T HE Hockey team ran up an impressive line of victories, falling only to the might of the Tech sextet. The season started as Captain Jake Maloney, Al Mahoney and Matt Cavalini sparked the team to an 8 to 2 win over Commerce. Dorchester and Memorial, also felt the press- ing attack of the Blue and Blue and bucked the impassable Cav to lose 2 to 0 and 5 to 0 respectively. The following game was the bitter defeat by a fast skating Tech team whereby the Double Blue went down 4 to 0. Latin seemed jinxed in the field of athletics as the Purple and White failed to best the Boys from the Manor by a tally of 5 to 0. 08 BASEBALL Coach Joseph F. Sheehan, under whose direction the English High nine has com- piled another great season ' s record. " Joe ' s " team hits ' em hard, runs bases daring- ly, and always manages to have one big inning. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Captain John H. Maloney, ' 45 Manager Robert H. Curran, ' 45 Paul R. Bjorklund, ' 45 Frank J. Galvin, ' 45 Harold D. Ginsberg, ' 45 Norman S. Lookner, ' 45 William G. Pfau, ' 45 Robert M. Pierre, ' 45 John A. Sandock, ' 45 Raymond L. Shaw, ' 45 Donald F. Burke, ' 46 Philip E. Cohen, ' 46 Mario D. DiGiorgio, ' 46 Robert B. Farrell, ' 46 Richard J. Lawler, ' 46 Alfonso J. Luciano, ' 46 Russell F. Mahoney, ' 46 James W. Ronan, ' 46 Honored by election to the captaincy of baseball as well as of hockey, Jackie Ma- loney climaxed a colorful sports career at E.H.S. by performing brilliantly all sea- son in the Blue and Blue outfield. Fourth Row: Harold I). (linsbcrK. .lohn C. Ronan, Norman S. Lookner, .lames Clialapatas Third Row: Robert H. ( ' iirr:in, Williiini E. .Jennings, William G. Pfau, Philip E. Cohen, .John Sandork, Uaymond L. Shaw, Manager Paid Mackenzie Second Row: Coach William H. Ohrenherger, Robert B. Karrell, Russell K. Mahoney, Edward P. . Ioriissey. Robert H. Barry, .John .J. Keanc. Head Master Walter I Downey Friinl Row: Alfonso .J. I.ueiano, Robert M. Pierre, Paul R. Bjorklund, Captain .John H, Maloney, Krank .1. (lalvin, Mario D. DiCiiorgio, Ricliard .). Lawler ■{99 ON THE DIAMOND THE 1945 baseball team is a worthy successor to the great 1944 aggregation, which will long be remembered for its hard-hitting finale against Latin School, sending the traditional rivals down to a 14 to 2 defeat. This year ' s early season practice was directed by Coach Bill Ohrenberger. With his advancement to the post of assistant director of physical education for the Boston Public Schools, Coach Ohrenberger was succeeded as baseball coach here by Mr. Joseph F. Sheehan of our E.H.S. faculty. As the playing season started, Mr. Sheehan pr oceeded to put the E.H.S. varsity nine once again on the victory road and to keep it there. The opener saw South Boston tasting defeat, 15-2, as the bats of the Big Blue went into action. Phil Cohen next set down Vocational in grand style by pitching a no-hitter, as his mates rapped out 12 runs while keeping the Brandeis boys scoreless; Commerce was the third victim by 11-1. English triumphed over Roslindale 10-4. over Jamaica Plain 9-3; and over Hyde Park 4-1. Bob Farrell homered with a man on base in the ninth inning of the game with Roxbury Memorial to give E. H. S. the game, 7-6. Dorchester went down to defeat by the same score. Charlestown met a 26-5 fate. Then Medford and East Boston tripped English by scores of 7 4 and 7-3, respectively. English lost to Trade in a 5-2 contest, but our traditional rival, Latin, succumbed to Dick Lawler ' s twirling by a 7-2 score. As the record indicates. Captain Jackie Maloney leads a spirited, well-coached team. Among the consistent performers are " Lefty " Galvin, Mario DiGiorgio, Dick Lawler, Al Luciano, Bob Pierre, Paul Bjorklund, Bob Farrell, Russ Mahoney, and Ray Shaw. { 100 MILITARY DRILL A yflLITARY Drill, instituted in 1864, has contributed richly to the life of our school and to the fitness of our alumni and students to serve in the armed forces of our nation . . . Military bearing, courtesy, and precision are characteristics of the true Blue and Blue . . . But the benefits realized by the officers in Senior Year are great indeed . . . One learns then how to command a platoon or a company . . . The lesson of obedience he must have previously learned in order to rise to a position of com- mand . . . No former officer of an English High School company could possibly glance at the following pages without experiencing all over again the toil of drilling his unit into shape for that Great Experience at the East Armory; the personal satisfaction he felt when his command exceeded his expectations . . . the sense of obligation to the boys in the ranks . . . Then the thrills of passing the reviewing stands on Street Parade Sunday . . . The English High School Regiments throughout this eighty-first year of military drill in this school have been instructed by Major Michael J. Lannon, M.N.G.R., Captain John F. Donahue, M.S.G., and Lieutenant Francis J. O ' Donnell, C.E., A. U.S. Lt. O ' Donnell succeeded Captain Donahue when the latter was called into active service in the United States Army . . . To these three efficient and conscientious officers and to their predecessors during our underclassmen years, we owe whatever military advancement we may have made . . . We feel that they have schooled us thoroughly in the fundamentals of the life we shall be called upon to enter soon after June 7. The records to date bear the names of forty-six hundred sons of The English High School who are serving in the armed forces in the present conflict ... in the defense of our nation ... in the cause of humanity itself . . . that a new order of justice and charity may prevail throughout the world . . . We of the Class of 1945 salute Fighting English! {102 Commemoration Ode Mother of men, renew in us thy will, Breathe through us all the spirit that is thine, We would be faithful soldiers, keeping still Our purpose firm, our spirit strong and fine. We know toward what high goals our feet should press. Thy sons have shown the way; their nobleness Shall stir our own. With souls uplifted high, " The utmost for the highest " as our cry. We take the burden on our shoulders laid. We take the task that to our hands is given. In vain shall these have fought, in vain have striven. If we prove recreant; but unafraid Our hearts shall front the future. We must care For these high freedoms, won with blood and tears By these thy sons. And whether coming years Bring peace or clanging war. All that we have and are We pledge to thee, O Wonderful and Fair, Our Country! Show thy need and we will dare! Charles H. Stone, Jr. Ten - Shun! Ten-Shun! When one of our drill instructors gave the command, in his something less than dulcet tones, we certainly did " snap to. " Here we see, left to right. Major Michael J. Lannon; Cadets Peter Cougialis, Robert O ' Leary, James MacNamara, and Joseph Risser; and Captain Donahue. Fourth Row: Robert .1. Boyden, Paul Maclilin, James .1. Harkins, Sidney Kline. William K. RuU, John R. Launie, Wendell A. Morrison Third Row: David H. Proman, Bernard H. Kadetsky, John H. Ktter, Robert 1,. Saitz. John B. Klynn, Warren R. Jaoobson, Rowland U. Atwood, Charles Kurker Second Row: Lieutenant O ' Donnell, Mario J. DiGregorio, Albert E. Kavreau, Nathaniel Marks, Thomas F. Connors, Robert A. Ma.v. Sumner Kaufman, Herbert M. Cooper, Head Master Walter F. Downey, Major Lannon Front Row: John D. Dreyfus, Donald E. NicoU, Robeit D. Hunter, Milton H. Adlenian, Heinz Roeber, Richard H. Lent, Antonio D ' Amelio, Stanle.y Fay, Paul R. Bjorklund, M.ver S. Barash, Milton Kamins FIRST REGIMENT Company 1st Capt. Myer S. Barash 1st Lt. Herbert M. Cooper Company 7th Capt. Heinz H. Roeber 1st Lt. Robert A. May 2nd Capt. Richard D. Barbera 1st Lt. Charles Kurker, Jr. 2nd Lt. William F. Surette 8th Capt. Paul R. Bjorklund 1st Lt. Paul Machin 2nd Lt. John R. Launie 3rd Capt. Richard H. Lent 1st Lt. Howland D. Atwood 2nd Lt. James J. Harkins 4th Capt. Jack D. Dreyfus 1st Lt. Albert E. Favreau 2nd Lt. Robert L. Saitz 9th Capt. Milton H. Adelman 1st Lt. Mario J. DiGregorio 2nd Lt. Sidney Kline 10th Capt. Robert D. Hunter 1st Lt. Robert J. Boyden 2nd Lt. William K. Ruff 5th Capt. Stanley Fay 1st Lt. Sumner Kaufman 6th Capt. Milton Kamins 1st Lt. George F. Cassell 11th Capt. Donald E. Nicoll 1st Lt. John B. Flynn 12th Capt. Antonio D ' Amelio 1st Lt. Warren R. Jacobson { 105 SECOND REGIMENT Company 1st Capt. Egidio F. Motta 1st Lt. Melvin Meister 2nd Lt. Francis X. O ' Brien 2n(i Capt. Lawrence Lampert 1st Lt. Thomas E. Masters 2nd Lt. John A. McCarthy 3rd Capt. Louis V. Ascolillo 1st Lt. Robert Wong 4th Capt. Robert V. Dooley 1st Lt. Gerhard R. Sievers 5th Capt. John A. Sandock 1st Lt. Richard Cohen 6th Capt. Edward P. Morrissey 1st Lt. Sidney Golder Company 7th Capt. George K. Haddad 1st Lt. Harold E. Goldman 2nd Lt. Theodore L. Weiner 8th Capt. William A. Northridge 1st Lt. David Gaber 9th Capt. James N. Cariofiles 1st Lt. Charles A. Magarian 10th Capt. Lewis I. Chester 1st Lt. John F. Curley 2nd Lt. Herbert L. Spivack 11th Capt. Arthur H. Delorey 1st Lt. Charles E. Coulson 12th Capt. Luigi M. Cocce 1st Lt. Frank P. Brunette Fourth R)n ' : Kr.inris X. O ' Brien. Churles K. Coulson, Davit! (laber, Harvey P. Goldie, Riolinrd ( " ohen, Tlieo iore L. Weiner Third Riir: Krank P. Brunetta, Kdwin . . UeSiiuone, Herbert L. Spivaek, Sidney (iolder. .Albert .1. Winitzer. Cliarles I,. . bram. ion, Richard X. . ngorn, Edward Raskind, Harold E. Goldman SecDiul Rnir: Lieutenant O ' Donnell, Melvin Meister, John . . Sandock. Cliarles Magarian. . nthony A. Mirra. .John K. Curley. Ger- hard R. Sievers, Matthew M. Coleman. Head Master Walter K. Downey, Major Lannon Fniiit Row: .James N. Cariofiles, WilHam . . Northridge. . rthur E. Delorey. Egidio K. Motta, George K. Haddad. Cliarles M. Kramer, Louis I. Chester, Louis M. Cocce, Robert V. Dooley, Edward P. Morris.sey. .lohn . McCarthy { 106 Third Row: Donald E. Keilli. Horace ( ' . Chessman, Murrey I ' erlniutter, Arthur H. Wcilfsuii, Hjcliarcl I ' . Lee, .Matthew Kaizeriuan, Donald H, Baile.v, Robert C. Powers, Carmen J. Tringale Second Row: Lieutenant O ' Donnell, Ricliard J. Kearns, Joseph W. Welch, Paul H. FarreJI, Herbert H. Rosen ard, Stedman Ci. Wilson, Burton Shapiro, Anthon.y T. Mauriello, Albert Goldman, Head Master Walter F. Downe,v, Major Lannon Front Row: Aaron P, Blank, Herschel Sternlieb, Maurice J. Reutter, Robert P. Menslage, Michael J. Pizziferri, Carl W. Bergel, Forest E, Crouse, James . Fiore, Robert S. Mason, Frank Galvin THIRD REGIMENT Company 1st Capt. Robert P. Menslage 1st Lt. Matthew Kaizerman Company 7th Capt. Richard J. Bonavire 1st Lt. Richard A. Angorn 2nd Capt. Henry E. Riley 1st Lt. Arthur H. Wolfson 2nd Lt. Albert Goldman 3rd Capt. John J. Keane 1st Lt. Robert T. Little 4th Capt. 1st Lt. Joseph W. Welsh 2nd Lt. Leroy H. Leighton, Jr. 5th Capt. Robert M. Shore 1st Lt. Richard J. Kearns 6th Capt. Aaron P. Blank 1st Lt. Morrey Perlmutter 8th Capt. Forest E. Crouse 1st Lt. Paul H. Farrell 9th Capt. Herschel Sternlieb 1st Lt. Herbert H. Rosengard lOth Capt. Robert S. Mason 1st Lt. Horace C. Chessman, Jr. 11th Capt. Carl W. Bergel 1st Lt. Walter Terlecki, Jr. 2nd Lt. Stedman G. Wilson 12th Capt. Maurice J. Reutter 1st Lt. Robert L. Manning 2nd Lt. Anthony T. Mauriello {107 FOURTH REGIMENT Company 1st Capt. Paul J. Drago 1st Lt. Seymour L. Isenberg 2nd Capt. Paul R. Mason 1st Lt. Robert Lynch 3id Capt. 1st Lt. Karle F. Siegfriedt 2nd Lt. Francis A. MacCambridge 4th Capt. Henry A. Coveney, Jr. 1st Lt. John E. Burke 2nd Lt. Irving S. Lovett 5th Capt. Arthur Segall 1st Lt. Summer G. Nudel 2nd Lt. Irving A. Ratner 6th Capt. Pellegrino A. Pepicelli 1st Lt. Sidney Godis 7th Capt. Donald A. Kunstler 1st Lt. Saul Klein 8th Capt. Hugh E. Morris 1st Lt. Robert D. Bello 9th Capt. Seymour H. Goff 1st Lt. Joseph M. Grifoni 10th Capt. George W. Brogan, Jr. 1st Lt. Alvin Cohen 11th Capt. Edward L. Hennessy, Jr. 1st Lt. Michael J. Czaja 12th Capt. Frank Cohen 1st Lt. Charles T. Fogg 2nd Lt. Joseph Venti Third Row: John E. Ricciiirdelli, Charles T. Fogg, Seymour L. Isenberg, Kranci.s A. MacCambridge. Saul Klein, Thomas J. DeCouro.v, Sumner G. Nudel, Irving . Ratner, Paul R. Mason, Jame.s P. Harrington, Thomas Connors Second Row: Lieutenant O ' Uonnell, .Joseph M. (irifoni, Joseph Venti, Donald Levitan, Irving S. Lovett, Wilfred . Nolan, Robert I). Bello, Head Master Walter K. Downey, .Major Lannon Front Row: Frank Cohen, Donald . . Kunstler, . rtliur Segall, Paul J. MacKenzie, Edward L. Hennessey, George W. Brogan, Hugh E. Morris, Henr.v A. Covene.v, Joseph P. Henehan. { 108 SEVENTY-EIGHTH COMPETITIVE DRILL COMMISSIONS AWARDED AND PRIZES WON First Regiment Company Colonel Donald E. Nicoll, ' 45 11 Lt. Col. Paul R. Bjorklund, ' 45 8 Major Antonio D ' Amelio, ' 45 12 Major Richard H. Lent, ' 45 3 Major Heinz H. Roeber, ' 45 7 Third Regiment Company Colonel Michael J. Pizziferri, ' 45 4 Lt.-Col. Robert P. Menslage, ' 45 1 Major Aaron P. Blank, ' 45 6 Major John J. Keane, ' 45 3 Major Maurice J. Reutter, ' 45 12 Individual Drill Company Santo A. Sullo, ' 46 8 Richard W. Shane, ' 46 2 William P. Fortune, ' 46 11 Robert E. Spence, ' 46 1 Vincent P. Vassallo, ' 45 1 Wadsworth J. Johnsyn, ' 47 6 Edmund Tyverso, ' 46 7 Paul L. Marche, ' 46 10 Maurice Mann, ' 46 10 Robert E. Donovan, ' 47 4 Individual Drill Company Martin G. Forgione, ' 47 4 Leonard M. Brown, ' 46 6 Vasilos Andreanopolis, ' 46 7 Charles Finn, ' 46 6 Vincent Collura, Jr., ' 46 8 James A. Salterio, ' 46 10 Michael Costellano, ' 46 • 5 Louis J. Muscarella, ' 46 7 Sidney B. Scott, ' 46 7 James M. Manning, ' 47 4 Second Regiment Company Colonel Charles M. Kramer, ' 45 5 Lt.-Col. Edward P. Morrissey, ' 45 6 Major George K. Haddad, ' 45 7 Major Luigi M. Cocce, ' 45 12 Major Lewis I. Chester, ' 45 10 Fourth Regiment Company Colonel Donald A. Kunstler, ' 45 7 Lt.-Col. Hugh E. Morris, ' 45 8 Major Paul J. Drago, ' 45 1 Major Paul R. Mason, ' 45 2 Major Henry A. Coveney, Jr., ' 45 4 Individual Drill Company Harold Aronson, ' 46 10 Warren H. Jackson, ' 47 3 Frederick J. DiLeone, ' 45 9 Arnold Alpert, ' 46 3 Mario S. Grasso, ' 47 6 James P. Foley, ' 46 4 Stanley Kushner, ' 47 2 Mitchell Mabardi, ' 46 7 Robert P. Gersin, ' 47 6 Melvin H. Applebaum, ' 46 1 Individual Drill Company Biagio Giuliana, ' 45 1 Anthony J. Rossetti, ' 47 5 Tin S. Chin, ' 47 2 Richard J. Dorn, ' 47 ' 2 Ralph L. Russ, ' 47 1 Robert Palandro, ' 48 3 Norman P. Fisher, ' 47 6 Emil M. Scholar, ' 47 6 John F. Raftery, ' 48 8 Wallace H. Maloof, ' 47 1 { 109 E. H. S. MILITARY BAND Third Itoif: Edmund W. Sablock, ' 47; Francis R. Conboy, ' 47; Harold J. Cleary, ' 47; Jordan L. Rosengard, ' 46; Norman Davidson, ' 47; William V. Marsters, ' 47; Peter A. Ciccarelli, ' 48; Minot SI. Bronstein, ' 47 Secind Row: Gerald Weinberg, ' 45; Bernard C. Hopkins, ' 47; Murray A. Drobnis, ' 47; John G. Musante, ' 47; Bernard H. Kord, ' 47; Charles P. Lemonias, ' 47; Robert W. Egans, ' 46; Deming G. Casta, ' 47; Austin H. Young, ' 46; Mr. Edward J. Conncll (Director ) Fro-d Row: Robert T. Pfau, ' 47; Robert . . Chalmers, ' 47; Eugene L. Holme.s, ' 47; James V. Consalvi, ' 47; . rthur D. Keefe, ' 47; Law- rence P. Hickey. ' 47; . l(len M. Zieman, ' 47: Riclimand A. Bishop. ' 47: MMr llMll Alkin. " 47 E. H. S. DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS Fourth Row: P ' ranklin E. Jacobsen, ' 46; Norman . . Scotch. ' 46: Saul W. Weisman. ' 47: Wesley .V. Francis, ' 48; Hugh V. Carter, ' 46; William E. Wallace, ' 46 Third Row: Lewis F. Barrus, ' 47; Frank B. Santos, ' 48; Henry Abdelmaseh, ' 47; Philip C. Wilson, ' 47; Jerome Cordon, ' 46; Hilary E. Callender, ' 46; James P. Mid llcton. ' 47 Second Row: James E. Smith, ' 48; William F. Highland, ' 48; Raymond P. Decillio, ' 47; John C. Valle, ' 46; Carl J. Brown, ' 46; Arthur (ireenberg, ' 46; Leonard (irccnfield. ' 46; Simon Bacola, ' 47; George R. White, " 46 Front Row: SLirshall Raser, ' 45; nd Lt. Robert M. Greene, " 45: Capt. Edgar F. Noble. ' 45; ind Lt. Joseph N. Soracco. ' 45; Isl Lt. Richard J. Zanetti, ' 45; Capt. Ralph Pollack, ' 45; nd Lt. Sumner Gorodetsky, ' 45; 1st Lt. Robert V. MacFarlane, ' 4i; -Vdrian J. Krul. ' 45 E. H. S. ' 45 English High School Artists at Work. Left to right: John J. Burke ' 45; Sheldon Wolk, ' 46; and George K. Haddad, ' 45 A C T I V I T I E S Second Row: Horace Chessman, ' 45; Edgar F. Noble, ' 45; Bradford R. Bean, ' 45; John B. Lobosco, ' 45; Donald E. Nicoll. ' 45 Front Row: Richard Cohen, ' 45; Milton R. Stern, ' 45; W. Randolph . ngell, ' 45; Richard H. Lent, ' 45; David Gaber, ' 45 YEARBOOK STAFF TN the January, 1945, issue of The Record, there appears an editorial captioned " As -■- We Begin Work on the Yearbook. " What optimists we were back there in January! Every man on the staff is now ready to admit that we should have begun work on the Yearbook an entire year earlier. Right now, it ' s plates and proofs, scissors and paste. Ye Editor now goes about ye corridors talking to himself in a spirit of bafflement, but as certain as rationing is to be one day lifted, so too with this Yearbook. It will out, eventu- Anyway, classmates, we told you then, what we still feel to be the truth about yearbooks. We said: " Yearbooks do not merely happen; they are planned carefully. They depend for their success upon the individual and collective contributions of the students primarily benefiting from having an appropriately edited and permanently bound, complete and vivid history of their class. Since the yearbook represents the school, it must present the best aspects of school life; since the publication is one for the library shelf, it must catch and hold for all time the spirit and tone of English High School as it is today. " To Karle F. Siegfriedt, our vice-president, and to his fellow officers and the loyal rank and file of the Class of ' 45, the Yearbook Staff says, " Thanks for your co-operation, your encouragement, and your good nature. " To each of our faculty advisers, each member of the Staff pays a little silent tribute all his own. The Yearbook Staff is as follows: ally. Editor-in-Chief W. Randolph Angell Associate Editor Milton R. Stern Managing Editor Richard Cohen Sports Editor Donald E. Nicoll Activities Editor Richard H. Lent Personals Bradford R. Bean The Yearbook Staff is as follows: Horace Chessman Charles Coulson Photography Maurice J. Reutter Business Manager Edward E. Tolson Assistant Business Manager Faculty Advisers Mr. Thomas G. Eccles, Editorial Mr. Robert M. Evans, Business Karle F. Siegfriedt John B. Lobosco Edgar F. Noble {112 THE RECORD TN October, 1885, The Record came into the life of English High School as the official -■- paper of the school. This year marks the sixtieth anniversary. Through the years, the format has been changed many times; not so, however, with the fundamental purpose of The Record as announced in its very first editorial: " To increase the loyalty to the English High School. " The year 1944 1945 has witnessed the forced suspension of many school publica- tions because of war conditions. However, The Record, under the extremely capable and conscientious leadership of Milton R. Stern, ' 45, as its editor-in-chief, has striven to carry on in the service of the school and its alumni. As in 1944, The Record has been awarded Medalist Rating in the annual national competition for high-school magazines under the aegis of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association of Columbia University. In addition, The Record for 1945 has been awarded the Victory Star Certificate " for achieving distinction in the field of student journalism in patriotic support of the war effort of the United States of America. " Recorders for 1944 1945 are as follows: Editor-in-Chief Milton R. Stern, ' 45 Associate Editor ' W. Randolph Angell, ' 45 Managing Editor Warren R. Jacobson, ' 45 Contributing Editors Bradford R. Bean, ' 45 Frank Cohen, ' 45 Richard Cohen, ' 45 David Corman, ' 45 Paul Machlin, ' 45 Edgar F. Noble, ' 45 News Editors Robert V. Dooley, ' 45 David Gaber, ' 45 Donald E. Nicoll, ' 45 Athletics Herschel Sternlieb, ' 45, Football Herbert H. Rosengard, ' 45, Basketball Norman A. Scotch, ' 46, Hockey Secretary John B. Lobosco, ' 45 Art and Photography Maurice J. Reutter, ' 45 Philip Bloomfield, ' 46 David Marlin, ' 46 Bernard Zigman, ' 46 Faculty Advisers Mr. Thomas G. Eccles, Editorial Mr. Robert M. Evans, Business { 113 RECORD BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF Third Roll -. Henry J. Riley, ' 45; Donald J. Amirault, ' 46; Edward Hennessey. ' 45; Samuel J. .Tobias, ' 45; Forest C Crouse, ' 45; Anthony C. Simljoli, ' 46; Frederick J. Gilbert, ' 46 Second Rnw: Alan M. Elkins, ' 48; Sydney S. Milgram, ' 47; Herbert M. Stein, ' 45; Jerome M. Leonard. ' 45; David (ireen, ' 4B; Joseph Dente, ' 46; Joseph A. Silvario, " 47 Front Row: John J. P ' ord, ' 45; Seymour Salett, ' 46; Edward E. Tolson. ' 45; Mr. Robert M. Evans; Karle F. Siegfriedt, ' 45; Gerald . . Davis, ' 45 The graphic arts as they are employed in printing have been given prominence this year, once again. We acknowledge with deep appreciation the services of our own Record photographers and those of the Purdy Company, of the craftsmen of the engraving firm of Donovan fit Sullivan, and of the Warren Press. Contract matters with the printer and with the engraver are taken care of by the faculty advisers acting together. Circulation is the direct work of the business staff itself. This year, more than 1200 copies of The Record have been ordered and paid for by the pupils of the school prior to the actual date of the publication of each issue. Advertising is contracted for by the advertising manager, acting for the school. This year, as in the past, Boston businessmen have been extremely generous in the amount of their advertising shared with the various school publications of Boston. Hitherto, The Record business staff has had the duty of financing and distributing the Yearbook. This year, however, marks a departure from this custom. The Yearbook, in its literary and financial aspects has been regarded as properly a senior-class function. Two of the senior members of the business staff of The Record have accepted full responsi- bility for the financial success of the Yearbook. Under the able direction of Mr. Robert M. Evans, Edward E. Tolson, ' 45, and Karle F. Siegfriedt, ' 45, have secured the hun- dreds of subscriptions necessary to guarantee the Yearbook financially. Business Manager Edward E. Tolson, ' 45 Karle F. Siegfriedt, ' 45, Assistant Alexander Doucette, ' 46, Assistant Advertising Manager Gerald S. Davis, ' 45 Seymour Salett, ' 46, Assistant CAMERA CLUB 1 TR. WALLACE M. CLARK of the mathematics department has led the Camera Club through another profitable and eventful year. The boys under his leader- ship have worked steadily to develop their photographing technique. The camera and the urge to learn its use is the tie that binds the enthusiastic membership of the Camera Club together. There is no city in the country that offers a greater variety of spots dear to a photographer ' s heart than does Boston. In the heart of the city, in Room 311, the boys delve into the mysteries of photography each Wednesday and Thursday at 2:30. Correct printing, developing and enlarging methods have been studied and discussed. Several members of the club are also Record cameramen. The splendid football action shots and group photographs, with which the Record has been illustrated for several years, are in main the result of the camera skill of these members. Second Row: Mr. Wallace M. ( " hirk {Foriilti Ailrixer); Anthony J. Slmeone. ' 4.5; (ierard A. (liannelli, ' 47; Chiisty ( ' . Slicr- vanian, ' io; Daniel E. (lillis, ' 4(i; Stanley U. Brown, ' 4(i; Robert tl. Connolly, ' 47: Murray . . Drohni.s, ' 47 Front Row: John W. O ' Brien ' 4(i; John F. Kavaloro. ' 4. ' ; David A. Marlin. ' 4fi: W. Randolph .Vnfjell, ' 4. " ); Maurire J. Reutter. ' 4.5; William K. DeCroteau, ' 47; Jerome (Gordon , ' 4(i { 115 ORCHESTRA Third Row: Edgar F. Noble, ' 45; Joseph Peters, ' 48; Paul F. Moran, ' 48; Gerald Weinberg, ' 45 Sccnnd Roir : Robert G. Rafferty, ' 48; Lawrenoe P. Hickey, ' 47; Frederick G. Talabach, ' 47; Harold J. Cleary, Jr., ' 47; James D. Amirault, ' 46; Warren H. Jackson, ' 47; Mr. Joseph A. Trongone [Director) Front How: Edward R. Washwell, ' 47; Donald Cameron, ' 45; Lawrence W. Baker, ' 48; Peter A. Cougialis, ' 45; Angelo Kaltsis, ' 48; Arthur S. King, ' 47; Robert L. Jones, ' 48; Bernard C. Hopkins, ' 47 ' T HE English High School orchestra in its fifty-seventh year again welcomed Mr. Trongone, its fourth conductor. The orchestra seemed to play with more than traditional skill this year at the assemblies. Any boy of musical ability is eligible for the orchestra, whether or not he has had previous orchestral training. It is noteworthy that few members of the orchestra have had any previous training before entering this school. A conductor of Mr. Trongone ' s skill and experience is vitally necessary to any fine orchestra, and individual training is greatly enchanced when a conductor like him directs. Unit playing is recognized as good background even for those who aspire to solo work. The last appearance of the orchestra before the Class of 1945 will be at Tremont Temple on graduation night, June 7. { 116 } GLEE CLUB ' T HE Glee Club under the direction of Mr. T. Francis Burke meets every Tuesday in the Assembly Hall. The boys have improved their music reading that they may delight the musical ears of the student body and faculty. They may develop their knowledge of music in a concordant congregation which is yet not too large to preclude individual attention to the members. Though the Glee Club has long flourished, this is generally acknowledged to have been one of its best years. Its popularity has been evident at many assemblies. The Glee Club has aided the music-loving boys of our school not only in de- veloping their own musical abilities, but also in gaining greater appreciation of vocal art and its masters. Second Row: Hugh J. Munro, ' 47; Paul D. Kearns, ' 46; Edward M. Mullen, ' 47; Edmund B. Bowen. ' 47; John F. I.ich- well, ' 46; Andrew Rossi, ' 47 Front Row: Carl J. Brown, ' 46; William R. Stasio, ' 46; Berj Zamkoc-hian, ' 47; Alfred .1. Mickiowicz. ' 46; CeorRe R. Wliite. ' 46 {117 STUDENT COUNCIL S,r„„.l linir: Ji)sc|)h A. SiImihi, ' 41;; l-raiu is A. .Mii, ( a mLrjilni-, +j; John 1). Prendeville. ' 48: William C. Connors, " 48; Wesley A. Francis. ' 48; James D. Aniirault, ' 46; Tin Sun Chin. ' 47; Mr. Flliott P. Frazier (Faculty Adriser) Front Riiir: Joseph H. Malloy. ' 46; Paul F. Morgan, " 48; Charles M. Kramer, ' 45; Carl J. Brown. ' 46; Raymond I). Stephens. ' 47; Harvey B. Siders. ' 47; l,eo F. Moflonigle, ' 47; James N. Cariofiles, ' 45 ' T HE Student Council is the intermediary between the student body and the faculty. This year the council has performed all its duties with its usual commendable competency and deserved success. This assemblage materially eases the passing of the four long years of blood, sweat, and tears necessary for graduation. Room councilors, who have been elected by the student body, in turn elect from their own ranks the members of the council. In this body are sixteen members, four each from the freshman, the sophomore, the junior and the senior classes. Mr. Elliott P. Frazier of the science department presides at any and all meetings. The group has charge of honor button distribution and promotion of school welfare, as well as the junior and senior elections. The senior class gives to you a multitude of thanks for your splendid work. May English High always have as fine a Student Council. {118 THE FORUM ' T HE Forum, with Mr. Ralph F. V. Quinn as adviser has enjoyed an interesting year. For sometime this club has languished in obscurity but its new members have revitalized it. A goodly number of would-be debaters mobilize within the confines of Room 106 every week to develop their skill. In actual practice only the more ad- vanced speakers do the actual debating, but the others lend invaluable support in research work. Our members have developed, by earnest and steady interest, ease and lucidity in public speaking. The logical and concise clarity of thought of the members should give us first-class statesmen in the years to come. Third Row: David B. Green, ' -tfi; Leonard Greenfield, ' 46; John A. Bergin, ' 46 Second Row: I tanley R. Brown, ' 46; Robert Busiek, ' 46; Kenneth Fertig, ' 46; Gordon Bendersk.v. ' 46; John K. Flynn, ' 46 Front Row: Donald E. Nicoll, ' 45; John K. Kavaloro, ' 45; Edgar F. Noble, ' 45; Carl W. Bergel, ' 45 (Presiding Officer); How- land D. Atwood, ' 45; Frank P. Brunetta, ' 45 { 119 } PATROL STAFF Fourth Row: Matthew Chaet, Gilbert M. Entner, Joseph V. Hardy, Donald J, Dodds, Edward T. O ' Donnell, William M. Connell, Dexter Bernstein Third Row: Matthew M. Coleman, Stephen Repucci, James Donovan, William J. Jenkinson, Philip E. Cohen, Calvin O, Cross, Harry A. Kleberg, Robert C. Lipson, Douglas H. McCarter Second Roir: Robert Finklestein, Paul S. Bruning. Sumner S. Young, Marc Sagan, George Altman, Robert Brilliant. John F. Liohwell, John ¥. F ' lynn, Paul Richardson, Walter Murphy front Row: Jacob Magarian, Rocco Vitale, John Topalian. Joseph B. Sangiolo, Stanley Harris, Bernard S. Zigman, Philip La Torre, Sydney Sheider, Alan [. Densen, William E. Carr, Joseph Queeley THOSE LIGHT BLUE STARS F course, you have seen them . . . those boys stationed throughout the building . . . wearing the dark blue armband with two light blue stars. For many years the student patrol at English High School has functioned ef- ficiently and quietly. This patrol means much to the student body and to the school as a whole, signifying the fitness and the maturity of the boys who composed the school to contribute immeasurably to the successful conduct of school affairs. It is a democratic participation in a great democratic school, exemplifying in action the American Way. Boys who comprise the patrol are selected for qualities of leadership. Trained as military drill officers, each boy on the patrol holds a commissioned rank on the staff of a school regiment, with indirect affiliation with a company of the line. There is a Head Master ' s aide in each block of the school program. The com- mand post in the school office is in charge of a second captain, with direct communica- tions to Major Lannon in the drill hall. The two light blue stars on the dark blue field are said to represent Honor and Achievement, the incentives which the old school has always kept before her sons as the worthiest. { 120 SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS ' T HIS year the Switchboard Operators, under the skillful direction of Mr. William J. Hayes, manager of this service, have again given meritorious service to the school. In order to perform their duties, these boys surrender much of their own time. The work is exceedingly responsible, requiring infinite patience and co-ordination. The operators have the occasion to employ the fundamentals of good pronuncia- tion and good speech. They handle the interroom telephone system. In a few seconds one teacher may contact another in a distant part of the building, saving time and effort. The switchboard crew also answers outside calls referring the party to the proper informant. Ready to serve and courteous, these boys are essential to the proper functioning of the school. Second Row: William Flaherty, ' 46; Paul Kearns, ' 46; Herbert Finkelstein, ' 45; Frederick J. DiLeone, ' 45; George Morley, ' 47; Charles Killian, ' 46; Robert Finkelstein, ' 46 Front Row: .John Mclntyre, ' 45; Stanley Novick, ' 45; Donald A. Cameron, ' 45; William J. Murphy, ' 45; Peter Gordon, ' 45 {121 THE CHESS CLUB liinl Hnw: Mr. Henry A. Black. (.Ii i imt ); Patrick Q. Kennessev. ' 47; Bruce Cummings, ' -t?; Francis P. Weiss, ' 47; John C. Collins, ' 47; Saul Corewitz, ' 47; Albert H. Brustin, ' 47; John Bernstein. ' 47 eciiiiil Roir: (ierald I,. Sher. ' 47; (ierhard (iluck, ' 47; Joseph (i. Ta.vlor. ' 46; Paul J. Egan. ' 47; Donald A. Carrigan, " 46; Sidne.v Golder, ' 45 rjtit Row: David I. ( apian, ' 47; Donald M. Sundland, ' 45; Tin Sun Chin. ' 47; Richard H. Lent, ' 45; Edmund Cotter, ' 47; Elliot M. Per man, ' 45 MONG the Intelligentsia of our school the members of the E. H. S. Chess Club are noteworthy. Every Wednesday afternoon they lunge to their places behind the chess boards to engage each other in combat. The thirty-four members comprise a group larger than that of any of the other high-school clubs in Boston. The regular meetings, under the direction of Mr. Henry A. Black as faculty adviser, have been well attended and have produced outstanding players. {122 " The lessons garnered from her love Still in our hearts remain; We ' ll strive to make our actions prove They were not learned in vain. And living worthy of her light In us that light shall sliine. And keep her name a presence bright In thoughts of Auld Lang Syne! " Compliments of a Friend of E. H. S. 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