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X L I B R I j i THE BLUE AND BLUE for 1946 EDITORIAL BOARD John F. Flynn, ' 46, Chairman James C. Curran, ' 46 Robert W. Egan, ' 46 Thomas J. O ' Keefe, ' 46 BUSINESS MANAGER Nathaniel Marks, ' 46 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Harvey Simon, ' 46 FACULTY ADVISER Thomas G. Eccles Ivie and lue 1946 A Senior Class Publication of The English High School Boston, Massachusetts (Kfje CommontoeaUft of iHaSjsacJju etts By His Excellency MAURICE J. TOBIN Governor A PROCLAMATION 1946 0 1. hurulrcd and t veiit -livc years asro one of the mosl sit ' jiifitanl (it t li ipiiK ins in tlu- liis- tjt of frot; public education in America was undertaken in Massai hii ' etts when the citizens of Boston voted to establish a new kind of secondary scliool. ' ' hi i iuH)], ili - felt, should provide instruction beyond the L ' ranimar grades for boys who desired U; prcivtrc ihcnisclvcs for slaliorts ;u life ' .tlu r ihan thcisc rcquirini. ' the trailitional truinlns: afl ' ordcd by the Latin acadcmv and the rlassi.a! ...llr-r. Tlnis a ii)iu ii eil The Kiiglish 1 li ' tdi School ot Boston. ' I ' huv iv.i oriirinati il ,c form of train- iii ' j wliich has In-coiiie standard in llie [niltern of public dii. at ion i-i nicrica. ' riiioUL ' hnut I he .riiiiii; iih! a uuart( - ..f its rvi-u no I hi; I ' jidish IV-Ai - • ' • justificil till- uiiiliilc ' iic ot ihov,, «|„, i ' ,,resau ' t,-, ux.hili:. It Ins sent forth I: sands of loyal sons, ihcir intclliclual lacultics shaiiuanil ! ;, a;i vlU ' i tixi sinii ii ui ii 1 ' " .a. •Ia n moral iibre strcnvrthenei! iy the inculcation ol sahiiai } j-i !;a ipic-. In peace and in war th.csc sons nl ' lliu faaalish ll ' i-h School have .on disltiK lion. The, ii.a f played a vital jiart in the cl ic, the ccononilc. .aaJ a h i , 1 .1 ! ; i h , .! n a ' l n y conn: i ri i ■ 1 , T ' ' - served their countr) uith licjnor in every conlli i ■ h •; aa W.ir ai ls)7 a. li. W ■ rcccnfh. ti-rniin,atcd. Thc ' ha vc built tor their . hi,a ! a ,1 o | a; 1 at loii -taonLi to ; 1 ot ni.siinii.o schaiol ill t h ' - riiitc.i States. In rt coL ' nition, therefore, of the historic sijn.ihca nee of the on ' hundreii and 1 ua a 1 -li 1 1 h ainii- versar of the foundinir of THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL and in tribute to the illustrious achievements of an institution thai has won such rcnuun, 1, .Maurice |. I ' obin. (jovernor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do hereby diasienalr Wcdnesdav, Ma ' s, 1946, as a day for the appropriate observance of one of the epochal events In the develop- ment of the American system of free public education. (ilV ' EN at the I ' ' ,. ecutive Chamber in Boston, this tenth da ' of April, in the year of our Lord one t!ioii and nine hundred and forty-si.x; and of the Independence of ilic I nited States of America, the one hundred and seventieth. By I lis K.xcellencv the Ciovernor, MAI RK 1: I lOIUX. FRKDKRIC W. COOK, ScYrt ' tarv of C.ommov. ' .rrithb . ob abe St)e CommonbjeaUti o( illasisiactmdetts WALTER F. DOWNEY, A.B., Ed.M., L.H.D. Head Master DEDICATION In this one hundred and twenty-jijth anniversary year of our Alma Mater, we of the graduating elass of nineteen hundred and forty-six grate f idly dedicate this book to our beloved Head Master, our devoted counselor and our loyal friend. FOREWORD Peace has once again come to our Nation and to the world at large. However, our service flag in the corridor of English High is a daily reminder to us that we of 1946 must keep faith with those who won this peace. As we answer the call of duty, wc do so with the assurance that happy memories of our school days are preserved forever in our yearbook, the Blue AND Blue. CONTENTS Our Head AI aster and his staff are first in our thoughts. The Class of Forty-six is next in order, with personal notes of our fellow classmates. Our athletic and military contributions to the school are then featured. Activities and organizations are also given. The service rendered by our coaches, ad- visers, athletes, journalists, musicians, councilors, and others is beyond measure or portrayal. To all — our appreciation. ours the future CLASSMATES The fork of the road is coming into sight. We have followed our high school careers through turbulent times and have worked, studied and played in the charged atmosphere of war and reconver- sion. We are stepping into a world al- together different from the one of four or five years ago. More than at any other time in our history knowledge, wisdom and tolerance are essential not only for our own well-being but for the well-being of all the liberated peoples of the world. It is not difficult to foresee that many of my fellow classmates will attain a position of eminence in whatever their chosen line of endeavor may be. All these lines of endeavor, it seems to me. will be WILLIAM M. CONNELL pursued with world peace as their object. Class President Any occupation can further this cause for which so many other English High School graduates have died. This is so because, now or a few years from now, we will be seeking to earn a living with and from men of all races and religions. It is the duty of each of us to remember that true success in any field results from respect and tolerance for the other man and his beliefs. Tolerance, I think, means fair play, an ideal always associated with our Alma Mater. Hollis W. Alexander, ' 88, has said that his years at English High instilled into him something that, in several crises in his life, made it less difficult for him to stick to the rules, and he has acknowledged that, under Almighty God, the old E. H. S. tradition of fair play has been no mean factor in keeping him at peace with himself and his fellows. During my high-school days I have received help and guidance for which I shall always be thankful. IMy instructors at English High School have been those helpers and guides. Their unstinting efforts have enabled both me and my class- mates to face an uncertain future with the confidence that we are well trained. It is an honor and a privilege to have led this 125th Anniversary Class, and I am humbly grateful for all the cooperation we class officers were given. In closing, may I thank each and every one of you. My earnest hope is that you may have a full and happy life. William I. Connell Class President BOYS OF 1946 Just a word about the Hayden Statue at the Montgomery Street entrance: The group consists of two fig- ures, — one is a large, powerful young man in full armor, with helmet and sword. The other is a similar figure, with no helmet or armor and sword broken. He is clad only in his tunic. The warrior is seeking to lift up his companion who apparently is nearly helpless. How often that scene has been re-enacted on the battle fields of the world through the last few years. The statue is an illustration of the spirit of helpfulness. It is the symbolism of service to others. As much as any statue can, it portrays the spirit of the United States of America when it entered World War H. It was the spirit of over 5500 E. H. S. men who participated in this war. Yes, it was the spirit of dedication shown by the 230 E. H. S. men who gave their lives that the smaller nations might be protected from aggression. For this our boys fought; for this they died. They experienced in English High School the high values of racial understanding, of tolerance and of good will. They fought to preserve this understanding. They died to spread world-wide the spirit which for generations has pervaded this old school of ours. We wonder if some of them did not have in mind this statue, and the inscrip- tion on the pedestal in letters of gold — SERVICE TO MANKIND IS HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT This statue portrays the spirit of our school — the spirit of service throughout more than a century. In harmony with the lesson taught by this statue, we of our school since its founding say proudly in this anniversary year of 1946 — THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL SALUTES HER SONS, THOUSANDS OF WHOM THROUGH THE PAST ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY- FIVE YEARS HAVE SERVED WITH DISTINCTION IN PEACE AND IN WAR. Walter F. Downey Head Master DR. WALTER F. DOWNEY Head Master History of the Class of ' 46 By Robert W. Egan As everyone leaves behind him a record, so our great and glorious class has left behind it a record long to be remembered in the annals of English High School. After being requested to write this saga of education, the author decided to keep in the style of English High and so record the more riotous and humorous aspects of our history rather than just the dull ordinary facts. Freshman Year To start with, we must go back four, or maybe more years depending on our various stages of devotion to this citadel of higher education. On one September morn, altogether too summerlike to be a school day, we toddled up from Dover and way-stations in short pants and smoking father ' s best pipe. Then, suddenly, Mont- gomery Manor loomed up ahead, almost as big as the seniors, and there we were. After a brief struggle with those tremendous doors that barricade the various en- trances to the Manor — we were later to learn of doors more easily accessible at various times of day — we finally entered, gasping for breath. We were inside at last I Now to the homeroom, oops, pardon me, but that big fellow with those pearl buttons on his shoulder said, " To the cafeteria. Freshman! " So, ignoring the disdain in his voice, what else could we do? We went in the general direction of the basement. Then, for the first of many times, did we learn that more than a gen- eral direction is necessary at English. When you give anyone " general " directions here, a compass, map, and direction finder should accompany every word. After discovering that the cafeteria was not hidden among the lockers; no, it wasn ' t in the courtyard; no, keep out of the boiler room; oh, yes, there it was dead ahead. " Dead ahead, " at English — that means around the corner to your left; then take the second right. Yes, after a bewildering ten minutes, we were royally welcomed to the cafeteria by the nicest man who politely said in quiet tones: " Hey, you! Over there, stupid, don ' t ya listen? " Then things really quieted down. To a dull roar, that is. The usual red tape was widely distributed, all having a little stamp bearing the symbol Aw, and then we were off to our homerooms. " Yup, now we ' ll see what this joint is really like. " Those were our thoughts, but we never really put the necessary emphasis on the see. See? We almost found the third-floor cross corridor before we arrived at our homerooms. But when we got there, the fun really started. Although we had all been briefed on the evils of the rotating block system, we were totally unprepared for the detailed instruction ' that followed. This was a Thursday so we started with, um — let ' s see now — oh, yes, here we are, H14 Ky 155 — oh yes, but what about those things listed above? Oh, those come after E15 and F17. Then we eat, huh?— Oh, that depends on F17, no Mil — oh, please teacher, not that, — well, which side is Mil on, north or south, — I know the cafeteria is in the middle, that makes no difference. North, well then you have first, — no second — oh, you ' ve gotten me all mixed up. Well, anyway, eat when a bell rings and the kids start running. Then take notes on the result. By ne.xt Thursday you ' ll be all set. — Yes, teacher. And so we faced the world and school fearless and unafraid on that first dav long ago. Of course, the fact that ninety per cent ate at either the wrong, or both lunches was a mere nothing. And here we might note the fact that those teachers who endured through those rotating days have entered the new era with either grey or bald heads. Please note the similarity existing among the seniors also. After covering the most memorable day in our English High careers — next to graduation, of course — let us proceed with our first-year activities. We were always picking the splinters out of our pants after wildly cheering on our city championship football team over in the smoky atmosphere of Braves ' Field. Those were the days when giants — our line averaged six feet and one hundred ninety pounds — played football for English. We were all thrilled and chilled on that memorable Thanksgiving day when our line and KORAN KASABIAN wrecked Latin 19-0. But now let us once again venture inside those cherished halls of Montgomery Manor. What period are we entering? — Oh, yes, drill, sir. We really suffered there more than anywhere. Our captain was always referring us to the furniture polish ads whenever we needed hair tonic. He said it ought to polish blocks like ours wonder- fully. Ah, the poor freshmen, we really caught it in drill. There were, of course, those happenings that merit discussion such as the captain who gave the command " Spittoons, Column Right, " only to bounce off the wall himself; or, perhaps, the freshman, who at the command, " Present — Arms! " made a formal presentation of his gun to the captain, and then after school made a " formal " presentation of him- self to the drill master for formal, also private, instruction in the meaning of the various commands. Yes, it was a great year for the freshmen in drill, blistered feet excepted. We might note here that although we were now struggling through December, some were still getting a seat at the wrong lunch. Were their heads or their stomachs the more responsible? The track and hockey seasons were now on and we were in the middle of our first year. Well, with CAPTAIN DOHERTY, RED GILBERT, FRAN MURPHY, and B OB BARRY, JENNINGS and CAPUTO scoring goals, we won the Reggies city championship in hockey. THE RADIO AND DRAMATICS CLUB Presenting " The Cavalcade of English High " as a Feature of the 12Sth Anniversary Celebration. We might add, also, that, by now, all of us knew that they didn ' t have pigeon milk in the boiler room. We had also learned about the tile baths and swimming pool, had hunted for the elevator, and had given up looking for the third-floor cross corridor. But we still could have been sent to Mr. Brown for a left-handed monkey wrench for the desks on the left side of the room. We could have also been sent to the bookroom for a special dictionary for freshmen, but other than these our errands were legitimate. The biggest event of our freshman year, however, was the end of the spucky era. No more spuckies; no more could the cry be heard ringing through the cor- ridors and cafeteria: — " Hit ' im with a spucky! " Alas for an old English High in- stitution. Now, however, the spring drew on — and, — well read the next paragraph. CAPTAIN HENNESSEY had his volunteer squad out heaving bean bags, hand grenades to us, — and here we might pause to hold belated services for the poor inebriate who walked into one barrage, on the wrong side of the street parade. These events occurred in the usual English High style. The only thing that went off as planned, however, was the scientific placing of our certain best drillers in the armory basement guarding the clothes. These same faces were seen in the center of the ranks in the street parade. Now, at the end of our freshman year, let us take one more look at our ath- letic teams, this time turning to baseball. We were co-champions. On top at the end of the sports year as at the beginning. Well, now as we sat sweating in our homerooms, no longer puzzled by the rotating block system, realizing now that cruel fate had decreed that there shall be no elevator or tile showers, we wished that the bell would ring so that we could leave our beloved Alma Mater for two months. Then at last, through the sticky heat of the South End summer, a bell did ring, and chaos reigned I " They refer to blue Monday, but alas and alack, They never mention Thursday — the day we go back! " LIBRARY WORK HAS APPEALED TO THESE BOYS OF THE E. H. S. LIBRARY CORPS. THEIR WORK HAS BEEN OF REAL SERX ICE TO THE SCHOOL. First row, left to right: Robert Shea, James Amirault, Earl Taylor, . lan Tobin, Leo Kearns, Paul Black, Edward Gula- chenski. Second row: Miss Irene Kelly, Librarian, David Meffan, Edwin Rubin, James Doyle, Arthur Shaw, and William Francis. Thank your Blue and Blue Business Staff for making this yearbook possible. Sophomore Year Ah, yes, September had rolled around again, and we were off for Montgomery Manor once more. This year, however, we were really grown up. Why, we knew our way around without radar; we found our homerooms in five minutes flat; but best of all, the closest we got to the cafeteria this year was hearing distance. Hear- ing distance — depending upon the excellence of one ' s ears — could start anywhere from Dover, Copley, or Girls ' High. But then, that ' s silly, who ' d be even trying to hear English while passing Girls ' High? And now, my friends, whom did you win for a homeroom adviser? If the readers will permit it, the author would like to relate a few of his experiences in room 231. There, buried under typewriters and cowboy hats, snoozed some of the illustrious class of ' 46. There was one amusement, however — the typewriters. At the sound of each click, the instructor, worthy horseman that he was, would gallop around the room rounding up those varmints. Verily, we were headed for the last round-up! Incidentally, while we ' re on the subject, we had a great band that year — eight to twelve pieces depending upon the change of shows intown. Ah. yes, sweet memo- ries, sour notes, and the crack of drumsticks being broken over musicians ' heads. Here we paused to welcome back MR. DOWNEY as head master. He had been on leave of absence to act as State Commissioner of Education. As a rule, things of this type are accepted by the majority without outburst, but as our seventh period was abolished, — why the welcoming committee was enorm ous. Just about this time of year year the E. H. S. Record appeared. This worthy periodical, — periodically, that means a publication which appears spasmodically, about as often as a sober man on Dover Street, — was of its usual excellence. ROOM COUNCILORS OF THE UPPERCLASSES Third Row: John J, Spillane, Robert G. Sewall, John P. Doyle, Eugene L. Holmes, Donald G. Clanton, Hugh J. Munro, Frederick K. Toliiver. Second R ow : Paul D. Roche, Robert W. Egan, William M. Ciccolo, John E. Byrne, Thomas J. O ' Keefe, Edward P. Foley, William E. Wallace, Dante F. DeFuria. First Row: Arthur J. Waters, Jason Long, Aldo V. Belmonte, Leonard S. Spiesman, Edward J. McCarthy, Philip C. Hargraves, Eugene Y. Horoz, James P. Harrington. Oh, yes, we just remembered about the case of KANOVITZ: he cut Li in his sophomore year. What happened? Well, if KANOVITZ waited " till he was a senior to find out, so can you. My, my, we mustn ' t overlook the Egleston line. Why, this is the one and only line which can boast of as many unmentionable experiences as ever took place on any car line. Yes, ' twas there, on that hallowed line, that ADAINIS won a medal for valor on the field of duty: it seems he strained the conductor ' s patience while holding a door for his pals. Just about this time of year we were all reflecting on our football team. They were undefeated, untied, and unscored upon until that fatal Thanksgiving day when Latin tied us: 0 to 0. We still remember JACK FARRELL for that end around, and GILES POWELL for his facial expressions that seemingly discouraged would be tacklers. Now, however, the time of year had come that made school a drudgery. No sports to follow; in fact, nothing more exciting was going on than getting caught among three freshmen chasing a fourth over on the north side. Of course we, the high and mighty sophs, never indulged in similar activities. Yes, the longing for Christmas holidays had intensified to such an extent that it seemed as though the shows changed daily. Ah, well, the New Year rolled around once more. In fact, we might add that the only person who passes consistently at lontgomery ] Ianor is Father Time. Of course this statement was merely the result of observation of the report cards that came out after New Year ' s so that everyone might enjoy his Christmas holidays. Sometimes we wished they would never come out so we could enjoy the New Year too. Now interest in school was aroused once more. Not only track and hockey, but that year for the first time in many, basketball was revived. English had suddenly become a place of danger through which only the fearless could pass. What with hookey — oops, pardon me, — hockey players wandering around, sticks over their shoulders, basketballs flying thick in the upper gym, track men speeding around the drill hall, hurdlers buzzing down the iirst floor corridor north, and sprinters making a greater draft than UNCLE SAM in the second-floor corri- dor north, teachers had to watch out as they left their classrooms after school. They could have been killed, and, of course, the guilty one could claim it was an accident. Briefly now we ' ll recall the records of those various teams. This was one of our most glorious years on the indoor track. We were not only Reggie Champs, but won the State meet — many thanks due COURT ELLIS. Our basketball team was co-champion, led by such players as CAPTAIN KERR, BILL NORTHRIDGE, and JOHNNY ETTER. Our hockey squad was of the usual English High timber, but, unfortunately, didn ' t cop the championship. JENNINGS, BARRY and CAPUTO certainly did more than their best for us, though. Now, while awaiting spring vacation, we went back to the old humdrum business of causing minor earthquakes at the call of second lunch, showing fresh- men our pass keys to the elevator, and, occasionally, even studying, before tests, that was. Prize drill now drifted around. And although there were no signs of future generals, at least most of the freshmen in the companies were guarding the clothes instead of costing us more points than we could have lost ourselves. ROOM ATHLETIC CAPTAINS OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR Third Row: John C. Collins, James D. Moroney, Austin H. Young, George J. Tarantino, Robert J. Jepson, Austin P. Roche, Basil Adams. Second Row: Joseph W. Pinto, Joseph P. Bullock, Charles W. Weddleton, William J. Smith, Paul F. Richardson, John C. O ' Connor, Conrad G. Balfour, First Row: Edward R. Adelson, Mario D. DiGiorgio, John H. Etter, Sumner Frank, William J. Hennessey, Richard F. Lee, Joseph H. Miller. Spring, baseball, street parade, hot weather, and final tests, they all came at once. The consolation was, of course, that the end of the school year was in sight. So, after helping the baseball team through its schedule — FARRELL and POWELL again — whistling at the first robin, could we help it if the bird happened to be on the flag staff in front of Girls ' High? — getting callouses in the street parade, and practicing for vacation on the days of the tests, we finally reported on the last day for our report cards. Yes, the day had come that we could walk down Dover handing our report cards to the gentleman with the message that they permitted the owner any number of pink elephants. The playboys of Dover could legally have their menageries, and we could legally relax as we had done all year anyway. Junior Year " Remember that Thursday about which I made the crack? Well, look out, English, it ' s here and we ' re back! " Once again the rush started. We all pulled out our homemade car checks and started for the brick building in the middle of the South End. It has been said, and how true, that many English High football stars received their training coming through Egleston Square. Once more we approached this center of culture and headquarters for fun and calisthenics. This time, however, we walked towards the doors of our cultural den straighter and wiser with the knowledge that we were sedate juniors. Think of that — well, try, anyway. Juniors! my, my — now we could struggle with P3, run for office, or at least for the door at two o ' cloc k. We had learned how after two years of diligent study. " RECORD " BUSINESS STAFF Standing, left to right: Assistants Alexander H. Doucette, Seymour Salett, Nathaniel Marks. Seated: Business Manager Edward H. Rubin. " RECORD " EDITORIAL STAFF Standing, left to right: Samuel Rubinovitz, sports editor; David A, Marlin, photography editor; Richard S. Carroll, sports feature writer; and Robert P. Gersin, school graphics editor. Seated, left to right: Robert W. Egan, associate editor; Thomas J. O ' Keefe, editor-in-chief; and Bernard Zigman, art editor. Yes, it would be a great day, the day after the next day: Saturday, no school! Well, as juniors we got off on the right foot, everyone else started with his left, but this was only the beginning, of course. Beginning? Beginning of what? Well, first it was the beginning of Uncle Ralph ' s rest home; then there was the start of the " V " program — simple enough but hard on the feet — but worst of all it was the beginning of school. The school finally settled down. For the newcomers who didn ' t recognize this point of progress we gave a definition. It was: " This school has settled down when you can hear the fellow next to you snoring. " Now that that was that, we got on with the year ' s activities. We had great fun one day selling a freshman lunch tickets and telling him they were good for one dip in the swimming pool. The first few days were so warm that the sight of Room 312 caused some reminiscing. It seemed that by a series of accidents, during the previous spring, several students had dropped onto the church via a window of 312. Finding a desk on the church roof — it ' s a strong wind that blows around Montgomery Manor — they climbed back in throueh a corridor window. Well, enough dilly dally, let ' s proceed with football. That year we lost two but made up for th°m by beating Latin decisively in Harvard Stadium. The victory was largely due to the efforts of BILL NORTHRIDGE, BOB MURPHY, and PAUL BJORKLUND. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Somehow, after the football season, we began to realize that there were such things as last periods. A really wonderful year this was, as we approached the beginning of the end. About a year and a half to go. Maybe by then we could solve those physics prob- lems, eh, boys? The sophomores, youngsters that they were, asked us if physics was hard. Their answer came in a sort of a sinister laugh. Well, Christmas and Xew Year ' s rolled by once more, and we showed we still had the Christmas spirit, even after vacation by that red embossing on our cards. Once again track, hockey, and basketball found their places in the sports world. As far as the hockey team was concerned, the going could have been better, but still, JAKE MALONEY and ED DUNN weren ' t to be overlooked. We didn ' t win the city championship but were co-champs in basketball. Hal Bolster ' s last minute shot that beat Latin was a honey. Our track team won the Reggies again and Captain Dave Krivitsky was the outstanding competitor in the State Meet. Now came the fun, Junior class officers had to be elected. Juniors had to make speeches! Madly rushing around with guns, they filled their nomination papers. And then, on the great day in the morning during " B " schedule, they made speeches. The final results were: BOB FARRELL, president: PAUL KELLY, vice-presi- dent; SKIPPY CURRAN, secretary-treasurer: JOHN FLYNN and ED ENGLERT, executive committee. Once again baseball filled the air. This time our stars were JAKE L LONEY. AL LUCL VNO, MARIO you know, and DICK LAWLER. The ' team, under Coach Joe Sheehan, who did a swell job by the way, made the State Tournament. Lawler turned in a beautiful job of pitching in that game with Milton. Then once again, the sticky heat of summer settled over Montgomery Manor. With three years behind us, we stepped into sunlight and freedom to end another year. Senior Year " This Thursday wc may not jeel happy, But as seniors we do feel pretty snappy. " At last our senior year. Now as we approach Montgomery Manor with graying hair and faltering steps, we thank our lucky stars that our homerooms are on the first floor. The elevator might not work this year. Well, here we are at the start of our senior year and we have a cert ain matter between LI and KANOVITZ to settle. Li settled it! Kanovitz got his cut slip in his senior year; it seems he got into one of Li ' s classes again. This year a revolution took place at English. We ' re referring to the doing away with the rotating block system, not the springtime row. Now when a fresh- man comes to English, he hasn ' t any excuse for taking the wrong lunch. Poor fellow, it ' s a tough life! The biggest miracle happened last year, however, and we just remembered. The windows were washed. For two days we saved on electricity. This year when we want light, we either throw an eraser or a switch. The only difference is that the former method produces a draft. As long as we ' re still talking about events early in the year, let ' s take a look at the old pigskin record. Our team this year seemed to be better at tying scores than winning. Still, among FARRELL, LUCIANO, DI GIORGIO, and ETTER we didn ' t do badly. The only thing that ruined us was the " naval engagement " on Thanksgiving Day. We didn ' t lose to Latin, but we did lose to Mud. Restless times now, you know, anything could happen. It did! AL DOUCETTE saw a senior playing ball with his little brother. His only complaint was that the kid didn ' t bounce high enough. But wait, what ' s all that hustle and bustle? Why have those seniors got machine guns? Oh, yes, senior elections. Seated in the hall we patiently listened to all the suggestions for smoking rooms, elevators, swimming pools — in fact everything was suggested but class officers. First prize for humor goes to JAMES C. CURRAN for his summary of the junior class expenses. Most enlightening! The outcome was as follows: BILL CONNELL, president, in one of the closest elections in years; KELLY and CURRAN by walkaways for vice-president and secretary-treasurer, respectively; and ENGLERT and FLYNN on the executive committee. Now as the election rumpus dies down and the noise over class dues — a dollar this time — grew louder, we come to the Christmas season and interlude. Our schooling is once more resumed and we turn to sports first. Our hockey team had a fairly good season in that we beat most of our opponents including Latin; BOB MURPHY was our big gun. The basketball team came through fairly well, beating Latin and losing only three games. CAPTAIN ETTER and FUZZY FAZZINO were the standouts. The track team as usual won the Reggies, tied for first in the Northeastern Meet, but finished second in the State Meet. CAPTAIN BOB FARRELL, CONNIE B. LFOUR, and IRV HOWE were real stars. Now let ' s turn to monetary troubles. After all, somebody has to buy a yearbook to read this story; so dig deep, boys, when the yearbook committee looks you up. This is a big year for English High. We are going to be the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary class. Perhaps you wondered why no mention of it until now. The author had to make ?ure we ' d all make it. A short review of baseball shows MARIO DI GIORGIO and COIMPANY turning in for a good season. That ' s all, boys, the printer wants this, so make your own notes for the rest of the year. And for those who desire the sequel, may we ask you to send your name in catalog order to the author? He will gladly send you the latest news about ' 46 as it occurs between now and our 75th re-union. Cheerio! PICTURE COMMITTEE Second Row: Daniel E. Gillis, Edwin H. Rubin, Richard F. Lee, Herbert M. Byer, and William J. Hennessy. First Row: John F. Monohan, John W. O ' Brien, Robert Finkelstein, James D. Amirault, Chair- man, Bertram M. Rettner, Kenneth Fertig, and John H. Etter. ALUMNI COMMITTEE Second Row: Melvin Adelson, Duncan E. Morrill. First Row: Edwin H. Rubin, Austin H. Young SENIOR HERMAN ABERBLATT " Abbie " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Honor roll averages (2) . . . honors in English and history (3) ... Head Master ' s Aide (4) . . . Hobbies: photography, foot- ball, and hockey . . . Ambition is to become a surgeon . . . College: Tufts. 17 Woodward Avenue, Dorchester CHARLES L. ABRAMSON " Chuck " Frank V. Thompson School Track (2) ... baseball (3) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . honors in German and in mathematics (2) . . . Hobbies: football, baseball, and swimming . . . Ambition is to become an engineer . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 14 Arbutus Street, Dorchester EDWARD W. ADAMS " Eddie " Grover Cleveland School Honor work in Spanish (2) ... Hobbies: football, basketball, professional hockey. . . . Ambi- tion is to become a business executive . . . Will take up busi- ness administration in college. 8 Ellsworth Street, Dorchester EDWARD R. ADELSON " Eddie " Thomas A. Edison School Honor averages in English, Span- ish, mathematics, and physics (3) . . . room athletic captain (4) . . . lieutenant on patrol staff (4) ... Hobbies: automo- bile racing and motor repairing . . . Ambition is to become a mechanical engineer . . . Col- lege: M. I. T. 31 Wade Street, Brighton MELVIN ADELSON " Pinky " Patrick T. Campbell School Record business staff (3) ... honors in German (3) ... track (4) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . alumni committee (4) . . . Hobbies: attending sporting events, particularly hockey and boxing . . . Ambition is to be- come a newspaper man . . . College: Boston University. 219 Columbia Road, Dorchester WILLIAM B. ADELMAN " Billy " Patrick T. Campbell School Honor roll averages (2) . . . Lawrence Prize in mathematics (2) . . . honor grades (3) in history, German (A ), mathe- matics, and physics (A°) . . . lieutenant on patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: scientific experi- ments and research . . . Ambi- tion is to become an engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 1095 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester JOHN AHIGIAN " Jack " Prince School Honor work in English (2) ... baseball (3) . . . Hobbies: base- ball, football, basketb all, hockey, track, and swimming . . . Ambi- tion is to become a professional baseball player . . . Undecided about college. 241 Columbus .Avenue, Boston GEORGE R. ALBINO " Alby " Joseph H. Barnes School Honor averages in all subjects (2) . . . honors in Spanish, mathematics, history and physics (3) . . . patrol staff (4) ' . . . Hobby is attending football and baseball games . . . Ambition is to become a lawyer . . . College: Harvard. S3 Eutaw Street, East Boston JOHN C. ALLEN " Jack " Mather School Honor averages in English and French (1) and in Enghsh, Ger- man and mathematics (2) ... Hobbies: drawing, music, and making models . . . Ambition is to become a commercial artist in a technical field . . . College: Northeastern. 11 Williams Park, Dorchester JOHN L. ALLEN " Leo " Washington Irving School Room athletic captain (2) ... honors in French and Spanish (2) . . . honors in Spanish (3) . . . track and baseball (3) ... football letterman (4) ... cap- tain ' s commission (4) . . .Ambi- tion is to become a C. P. A. . . . Hobbies: football and baseball . . . College: Boston College. 141 Belgrade Avenue, Roslindale ARNOLD ALPERT " Arnie " Frank V. Thompson School Honor work in English, German, and mathematics (2), and in his- tory and physics (3) ... Hob- bies: reading, swimming, and popular and classical music . . . Ambition is to become a Pharm. D. . . . College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. 130 Evans Street, Dorchester GEORGE ALTMAN " Gidge, the Judge " Public Latin School, Grades Vn and VHI Honor roll (2) with an A in German, and A " in mathemat- ics .. . Lawrence Prize in Ger- man (2) ... honor grades (3) in English, German, mathemat- ics, and physics (A°) ... patrol staff (4) . . . Hobby is writing poetry . . . Ambition is to be a successful scientific farmer . . . College: Massachusetts State. 152 Ellington Street, Dorchester STANLEY ALTMAN " Stan " Frank V. Thompson School Honor averages in English, Ger- man, and mathematics (2) and in German, mathematics, and physics (3) ... patrol staff (3) . . . Hotlines: sailing, photogra- phy, swimming, and hockey . . . Ambition is to become master of a ship in the Merchant Marine . . . College: Massachusetts Maritime Academy. 39 Maxwell Street, Dorchester JAMES D. AMIRALILT " Tubby " Saint Ann ' s School Room councilor (1, 2, and 3) . . . library corps (1. 2, 3, and 4) . . . Record business staff (1, 3, and 4) ... Blue and Blue staff (4) . . . honor averages in English, mathematics, and physics . . . band (1) ... or- chestra (1, 2, 3, and 4) . . . Student Council (3) Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment (3) . . . Hobby: music . . . College choice Bos- ton University. 25 Glide Street, Dorchester MYLES F. ANDERBERG " Andy " Saint . nn ' s School After a successful three-year cruise with the English High School Class of 1946, " Andy " signed up with the United States Navy for a trip through the seven seas . . . His career interest is in the business world. 478 Freeport Street, Dorchester PALL A. ANDREWS " Doc " Hugh O ' Brien School Honor work in English (1) . . . Record representative (1) . . . Hobbies: football, basketball, baseball . . . Ambition is to study medicine . . . College: Harvard. 80 Winthrop Street, Roxbury MICHAEL J. ANNESE " Emjay " Donald McKay School Record representative (3) ... chess club (3) ... junior elec- tions committee (3) ... patrol staff (4) ... Hobbies: hunting and fishing . . . Ambition is to head up a chain bakery organi- zation . . . Will learn baking trade. 441 Bennington Street, East Boston RALPH A. ANTONELLI " Ralphy " Michelangelo School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor averages (3) in English, mathematics, and German (A ) . . . room athletic captain (3) . . . basketball (3) ... Hobbies: reading, basketball, and track . . . Ambition is to be a good teacher . . . College: Harvard. 100 Neponset Avenue, Roslindale MELVIN H. APPLEBAUM " Mel " Solomon Lewenberg School Winner of first prize in indi- vidual prize drill (3) ... Hob- bies: study of aeronautics and experimental work in model air- plane design . . . Ambition is to become an officer in the Naval Air Corps . . . College: North- eastern. 639 Morton Street, Mattapan EDWIN J. ARDOLINO " Eddie " Public Latin School Baseball (4) . . . Hobbies: foot- ball, basketball, track, boxing, and baseball . . . Ambition is to play for Notre Dame . . . Col- lege: Notre Dame. 33 North Margin Street, Boston ANGELO M, ARENA " Angie " Blackington School Honor averages in French (1) and in Italian (3) . . . Track (1) . . . Hobbies: swimming, foot- ball, and baseball . . . Ambition is to be a successful business man . . . Will attend business school. 907 Saratoga Street, East Boston HAROLD ARONSON " Hal " Donald McKay S chool Individual prize drill winner (3) . . . Record representative (4) . . . science club (4) . . . Hob- bies: swimming and baseball . . . Ambition is to specialize in chemistry and then build up a successful drug business . . . College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. 155 Webster Street. East Boston EARL G. AUSTIN " Early " Mather School Honor work in English (1 and 2) and in history (1 and 3) . . . Hobbies: stamp collecting, hockey, and basketball . . . .4»»- bitioii is to study engineering . . . College: Northeastern. 44 Speedwell Street. Dorchester CHARLES A. AVOLA " Avo " Donald McKay School Honor averages in bookkeeping and economic geography (2) and in mathematics (3) ... or- chestra (4) ... Hobbies: instru- mental and vocal music, both classical and popular . . .Ambi- tion is to achieve a sound repu- tation as a business man . . . College will be a business college. 267 Havre Street, East Boston DONALD H. BAILEY " Don " Robert Gould Shaw School Honor averages in English, Latin, and French (2) . . . Hobbies: fishing, making mod- els, and writing . . . Ambition is to be a success in teaching or in journalism . . . College: Boston College. 59 Westover Street, West Roxbury ROBERT Q. BANNON " Bob " Thomas A. Edison School Record representative (3) . . . cafeteria patrol (4) ... Hobbies: bowling, model making, electri- cal experiments, and baseball . . . Ambition is to study elec- trical engineering at the Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology. 40 Monastery Road, Brighton GERALD BARG " Bargie " Theodore Roosevelt School Honor work in typewriting and shorthand (3) ... Hobbies: hunting and fishing, target shoot- ing, and fly tying . . . Ambition is to become an automotive technician . . . Expects to enter business and to specialize even- tually in automobile sales and service . . . Watch for the new Bargmobile ! 118 Elm Hill Avenue, Roxbury DONALD A. BEATON " Ducky " Mather School Honor man in history and French (1) ... patrol (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: hockey, hunt- ing, yachting, billiards, and wrestling . . . Ambition is to be- come a millionaire . . . College: Boston College. 76 Adams Street, Dorchester HARRY H. BEDIGAN " Hank " William Howard Taft School Discussion club (3 and 4) . . . science club (4) ... current events club (2) . . . Hobbies: collecting rare coins and old pieces of music ; also playing the trumpet . . . Ambition is to study medicine . . . College: Dartmouth. 9 Boulevard Terrace, Allston ARTHUR M. BELL " Casey " Solomon Lewenberg School Herald spelling bee winner (2) . . . honor averages in Latin and French (2) ... lieutenant ' s com- mission in drill (4) . . . Hob- bies: attending football and baseball games . . . Ambition is to qualify as a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston University, C. B. A. 9 Hansborough Street, Dorchester GORDON BENDERSKY " Bends " Theodore Roosevelt School Honor roll (2) with A in Eng- lish, French, and mathematics . . . honor roll (3) with A " in history, and A in mathematics and physics . . . Lawrence Prize (2) in fidelity and deportment . . . room captain (3) ... chess club, secretary-treasurer (4) team captain (4) ... awarded the Harvard Prize Book (3) ... Ambition is to study medicine . . . College: Harvard. 73 Walnut Park, Roxbury HOWARD F. BERINGER " Howie " Washington Irving School Patrol staff (4) assigned to special detail . . . Hobbies: hunting, fishing, and trapping . . . Ambition is to study aero- nautical engineering . . . College: Norwich University. 100 Farquhar Street. Roslindale DEXTER M. BERNSTEIN " Doc " Theodore Roosevelt School " Doc " enlisted in the United States Army in October, 194S . . . His record at E. H. S. in- cludes honor grades in French and in economic geography (2) . . . Hobbies: collecting maps and literature from various coun- tries . . . Ambition is to be a manufacturer. 4 Worthington Road, Brookline JOHN BERNSTEIN " Johnny " Theodore Roosevelt School Chess club (3 and 4) . . . lieu- tenant on patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: swimming, baseball, chess . . . Ambition is to be a success in some technical field . . . College: Northeastern. 24 Crawford Street, Roxbury FRED M. BINDMAN " Slits " Solomon Lewenberg School Science club (4) ... Record rep resentative (4) ... Hobbies: playing baseball ; experimenting in chemistry . . . Ambition is to qualify as a chemical engineer . . . College: M .1. T. 20 Tennis Road, Mattapan WILLIAM H. BLOOD " Bill " Saint Joseph ' s School Honors in history (1) and in English (2) ... Record repre- sentative (3) . . . Hobbies: base- ball and basketball . . . Ambi- tion is to be a success in busi- ness . . . College: Northeastern. 379 Charles Street, Boston PHILIP M. BLOOMFIELD " Phil " Public Latin School, Grades VH and VHI Honor averages in h ' story and French (1) and in Latin (2) ... track letterman (1, 2, 3, and 4) . . . Record staff (3, 4) . . . room captain (3) . . . fife and drum corps (1, 2, 3, and 4), lieutenant (4) . . . glee club, (1, 2, and 3) Hobby: drawing . . . Ambition: to be a podiatrist . . . College: Beacon Institute of Podiatory. 39 Mount Bowdoin Terrace. Dorchester JOHN J. BOHAN " Jack " Robert Gould Shaw School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor averages in English, his- tory, physics, and mathematics (3) ... Hobbies: archaeologi- cal research and the cinema . . . Ambition is to become an ex- pert in the art of government . . . College: West Point. 9 Boxford Terrace. West Roxbury EDMUND B. BOWEN " Ed- ' Blackington School Record representative (2) . . . chess club (3) . . . cafeteria pa- trol (4) . . . Hobbies: model airplane construction and de- sign . . . Ambition is to become an expert in aeronautics . . . Will attend aeronautical school. 40 Barnes . venue. East Boston J. PAUL BRADY " Jaicn " Woodrow W ' ilson School Honor average in physics (3) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Hob- bies: stamp collecting, hunting and fishing, popular music . . . Ambition is to be a concert pian- ist .. . College: New England Conservatory of Music. 550 . shmont Street, Dorchester ROBERT A. BRILLIANDT " Bob " Frank V. Thompson School Honor roll, in all subjects (2 and 3) ... A in French and German (2) . . . A in German (3) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: stamp collecting; all sports . . . Ambition is to be a successful businessman . . . College: Boston University. 54 Willowood Street, Dorchester JOHN J. BROPHY " Bronio " Clarence R. Edwards School Record representative (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) ... Hob- bies: climbing the Bunker Hill Monument ; collecting isosceles triangles; sailing, and swimming to Boston Light . . . Ambition is to be a good American all along the route. 11 Monument Square, Charlestown CARL J. BROWN " Pinky " Mather School Honor roll, all subjects (1 and 2) . . . honor averages (3) in English, history, Latin, and physics . . . Record representa- tive (3) ... drum major and captain of drum and bugle corps (4) . . . glee club (3 and 4) soloist. 19 Salcombe Street, Dorchester FRANCIS H. BROWN " Frank " Saint Gregory ' s School Honors in mathematics (1) ... Hobbies: swimming, basketball, hockey, and baseball . . . Am- bition is be an outstanding alumnus of English High . . . Undecided as to college choice. 48 Sanford Street, Dorchester STANLEY R. BROWN " Stan " Theodore Roosevelt School Honors in Latin (2) and in English (3) ... Hobbies: air- planes, photography, and swim- ming . . . Ambition is to become a designer of a ' rplanes in a lead- ing aeronautical manufacturing firm . . . College: Northeastern. 358 Walnut Avenue, Roxbury JOSEPH P. BULLOCK " Joe " Saint Mary ' s School Honor averages in mathematics (1) and in Latin (2) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . room athletic captain (4) ... Hobbies: stamp collecting and football ... Am- bition is to become a research chemist . . . College: North- eastern. 109 Wordsworth Street, East Boston EDWARD M. BURKE " Red " Boston College High School " Red ' ' is known in athletic cir- cles as the flaming quarterback on the Crusader eleven . . . also plays baseball under the same banner . . . Hobbies: whist, pool, football, baseball, and hockey . . . Ambition is to become a doctor . . . College: Holy Cross. 58 Roval Street, Allston JOHN J. BURKE " Thirty-three " Joseph H. Barnes School Football (3 and 4) . . . exhibition drill squad (2) . . . colonel ' s staff (3) . . . Hobbies: swim- ming, dancing, horseback riding, and football . . . Ambition is to become an officer in the United States Marine Corps . . . Col- lege: Holy Cross. 282. Lexington Street, East Boston JOHN L. BURKE " Burkie " Mary E. Curley School Hockey letterman (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: football, hockey, and baseball . . . played on St. Thomas ' s C. Y. O. nine . . . Ambition is to become a successful teacher- coach . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 14 Furnival Road, Jamaica Plain ROBERT D. BUSIER " Bob " Edward Everett School Honor averages in all subjects (1, 2, and 3) ... A in Eng- lish, French, and mathematics (1), with Lawrence Prizes in mathematics and hygiene ... A in English, Latin, French, and mathematics (2) ... Lawrence Prize in French (2) ... A in English (3) ... debating team (4) . . . Ambition is to be an educator . . . College: Antioch College, Ohio. 219 Savin Hill Avenue, Dorchester RICHARD H. BUTLER " Dick " William E. Russell School Honor work (1) in clerical prac- tice, and (2) in economic geogra- phy . . . patrol staff (4) . . . championship intra-mural basket- ball team (3) . . . Hobbies: drawing; also professional hock- ey .. . Ambition is to be an ac- countant . . . Will attend Bentlcy School of Accounting. 130 Union Park Street, Boston HERBERT M. BYER " Buzzy " Frank V. Thompson School Honor grade in English (2) ... Record contributor (4) ... pic- ture committee (4) . . . class song committee . . . Hobbies: photography and model aircraft building . . . Ambition is to be- come a mechanical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 21 Wildwood Street, Dorchester IRVING G. CALISH " Lefty " Public School 56, Buffalo, New York Patrol staff (4) . . . honor grades in history (1 and 3), in Span- ish (1 and 2), in English (1), and in physics (3) . . . indi- vidual prize drill winner (2) ... Hobbies: hockey, football, and baseball . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: Syra- cuse University. 120 Sutherland Road, Brighton WILLIAM H. CAMPBELL " Bill " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Winner of the Lawrence Prize and the Washington and Frank- lin Medal in American history (3) ... honor roll (2 and 3) . . . with A in .American his- tory and in German . . . Law- rence Prize in fidelity and de- portment (2) ... Hobbies: read- ing and historical research . . . Ambition is to become a chemi- cal engineer . . . College: M.LT. 32 Alpha Road, Dorchester ANDREW J. CAPORALE " Jumbo " William E. Russell School Track (2) . . . honor averages in history (1) and in Latin and mathematics (2) ... Hobbies: swimming and football . . . Am- bition: to be a great football player like his uncle . . . Col- l ege: Cornell University. 12 Newport Street, Dorchester ROBERT L. CARELESS " Boom " Theodore Roosevelt School Football (3 and 4) . . . office manager E. H. S. A. A., (4) . . . honor averages in phonography and typewriting (3) ... lieuten- ant ' s commission (4) ... Hob- bies: football and hockey . . . Ambition: to become a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston College. 25 Cornwall Street, Jamaica Plain THOMAS G. CARLO " T. G. " Rice School Patrol staff (4) . . . fife and drum corps (1, 2, 3, and 4) . . . honor grades in mathematics (1, 2, and 3), and in bookkeeping (2) . . . Hobbies: attending professional baseball and hockey games . . . Ambition: to become a C. P. A. . . . College: Bentley. 394 Shawmut Avenue, Boston FRANCIS X. CARR " F. X. " Saint Margaret ' s School Lawrence Prize winner in com- mercial law (3) ... honor aver- ages in English (1 and 3) and in civics, Spanish, and bookkeep- ing (1) ... Hobby: profession- al hockey . . . Ambition is to qualify as an accountant . . . Will enter business world after graduation. 17 Julian Street, Dorchester DONALD A. CARRIGAN " Don " Abraham Lincoln School Chess club (3 and 4) . . .patrol staff (4) . . . prominent in basketball and other activities of the South End Bovs ' Club and the Y. M, C. A. . ' . . Hobbies: astronomy, dancing, collecting " swing " records . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 709 Tremont Street, Boston ARTHUR J. CARROLL " Art " William Blackstone School Honor averages in mathematics and in French (2) ... played football, baseball, and hockey with the famous Cardinals . . . Hobby is collecting pictures of big-league baseball stars . . . Am- bition is to manage a retail shoe business . . . Will enter business after graduation. IS North Anderson Street, Boston RICHARD S. CARROLL " Dick " Robert Gould Shaw School Record and Blue and Blue sports staff (3 and 4) . . . base- ball team (4), assistant manager (3) ... track (3) . . . foot- ball (4) ... lieutenant on patrol staff (4) ... honors in German (3) ... Hobby: cartoon sketch- ing . . . Ambition: civil engin- eering . . . College: Northeastern. IS Glenburnie Road, West Roxbury HUGH V. CARTER " Hughie " Prince School Honor averages in English and French (2), history (3), and mathematics (1, 2, and 3) . . . Hobbies: music and sports . . . Ambition is to obtain a good job and make a success of it . . . Undecided as to college he will enter. 26 Symphony Road, Boston ROBERT J, CARTER " R. C. " Grover Cleveland School Honor averages in Latin (2) and in English and physics (3) . . . outside activities include Saint Ann ' s C. Y. O. band and basketball team . . . Hobbies: basketball and football . . . Am- bition is to be a physician . . . College: Holy Cross. 36 South Munroe Terrace, Dorchester MICHAEL J. CASTELLANO " Mickey " Donald McKay School Cafeteria patrol (3 and 4) . . . camera club (2) ... Hobbies: baseball, football, hockey . . . Ambition is to become a tech- nician in a professional field . . . College: Boston University. 12 Cheever Court, East Boston EDWARD P. CAVANAUGH " Speed " Our Lady of Lourdes School Honor work in clerical practice (1) ... outside interests include football with the Moriarty Ath- letic Club of Jamaica Plain . . . Hobbies: swimming, camping, and school sports . . . Ambition is to be a success in business . . . Will probably enter business. 19 Glade Avenue, Jamaica Plain WILLIAM J. CAVANAUGH " Cav " Clarence R. Edwards School Record representative (2) . . . honor average (2) in German . . . honor roll, all subjects (3) with an A in German . . . mem- ber of C. Y. O. baseball team of the Holy Name Parish, West Roxbury . . . Hobbies: baseball and swimming . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: M.I.T. 103 Colberg Avenue, Roslindale SAMUEL G. CETRANO " Sammy " Donald McKay School Honor roll in Spanish (2) . . . Hobbies: baseball, boxing, wrest- ling, basketball, and football . . . Ambition is to secure a good po- sition in an industry with a real future . . . Will enter busi- ness world directly after E. H. S. 176 Gove Street, East Boston JAMES CHALAPATAS " Jimmy " William H. Taft School Honor work (2) in French and mathematics . . . track (3) ... basketball (2 and 3) ... baseball (3) ... patrol corps, lieutenant (4) . . . member of Y. M. C. A. varsity basketball team . . . Hobbies: baseball and football . . . Ambition is to succeed in business . . . College: Boston University. 24 Wadsworth Street, Allston FREDERICK L. CHARRON " Two Gun " Thomas K. Hart School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . cadet captain (4) . . . played a slash- ing game at shortstop last year for the City Point Cubs . ' . . Hobby: attending football games . . . Ambition: to be a physician . . . College: Boston College. 881 East Fourth Street, South Boston TIN S. CHIN " Tinchin " Abraham Lincoln School Honor roU. aJl subjects (2), with A° in English and in Ger- man . . . Record representative (2) ... student council (2) ... basketball (2) ... Hobby: pho- tography . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College: North- eastern. 15 Tvler Street. Boston JAMES W. CHRISTIAN " Doc " Edward Everett School Our music man in the cafeteria, in charge of the phonograph amplifying system . . . cadet lieu- tenant . . . plays a guitar on the side . . . Hobbies: music, danc- ing, experimenting with elec- trical apparatus . . . Ambition is to be a radio engineer . . . Col- lege: Boston College. b 5 Columbia Road, Dorchester ANASTAS S. CHRISTO " Tarzy " Edward Everett School Room athletic captain (2) . . . track (2 and 3) ... room coun- cilor (3) ... patrol staff (3) . . . football star on Dorchester A. C. eleven (4) . . . Hobbies: pool, swimming, traveling, and print- ing . . . Ambition to be a suc- cess in business . . . College: . nnapolis preferred. 2 Romsey Street, Dorchester ALLEN CIBLEY " Al " Frank V. Thompson School Cadet sergeant (3) ... Record representative (3) ... Hobbies: model airplane building and amateur photography . . . Ambi- tion: to be a successful commer- cial photographer . . . Will take up commercial photography as a life work. 89 Ballou Avenue, Dorchester JOHN S. CIULLA " Deadeye " Michelangelo School Meet a Park Department boxing champ of 1941 . . . basketball player also on both C. Y. O. and Park Department teams . . . Hobbies: football, hockey, box- ing, and basketball . . . Ambi- tion: to be an athletic director . . . Plans to enter business field. lis Richmond Street, Boston MORTON GIVEN " Mort " Public Latin School, Grades VII, VIII, and IX Honor grades (2) in French and (3) in English, French, and his- tory . . . outside interests in- clude museum work for the New England Museum of Natural History . . . past editor of Ex- plorer . . . Hobbies: mineralo- gy, music, and reptiles . . . Ambitions lie in fields of geology and anthropology . . . College: Yale University, Sheffield School of Science. 1077 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester TIMOTHY S. CLIFFORD " Clif Saint Columbkille ' s School Honor work in history (3) ... Record representative (3) ... cafeteria patrol (4) . . . Hobbies: sports, reading current fiction, and horseback riding . . . Am- bition : to be a success in busi- ness . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 21 Mount Vernon Avenue, Brighton THEODORE F. COCCA " Prof " Donald McKay School Captain in military drill (4) . . . member of a formidable football team known as the Patriots . . . Hobbies: baseball, swimming, checkers, wrestling . . Ambition: to be a chemist After an Army hitch, " Prof " will enter a school of pharmacy. 1S9 Cottage Street, East Boston PHILIP E. COHEN " Phil " Solomon Lewenberg School Basketball and baseball (3 and 4) . . . honors in French and mathematics (2), and in Eng- lish (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) lieutenant (4) . . . Hob- bies: collecting picture postal cards, basketball, football, base- ball . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: Boston University. S6S Norfolk Street, Mattapan MATTHEW M. COLEMAN " Matty " Hugh O ' Brien School Track (1) . . . football (2, 3, and 4) . . . Record representa- tive (2) . . . Hobbies: football, radio, and baseball . . . Ambition is to become a success in busi- ness . . . College: Boston College. 25 Levland Street, Dorchester VINCENT COLLIIRA " Vinny " Donald McKay School Room athletic captain (2) ... cafeteria corps (3 and 4) . . . track (4) . . . honor averages in Latin (2 and 3), in Spanish (2), and in history (3) ... Hobbies: music, dancing, and swimming . . . Ambition is to obtain a re- spectable position . . . College: Boston University. 44 Gove Street .East Boston EDWARD J. COLMAN " M onk " Saint Mark ' s School Patrol staff (3) ... outside ac- tivities include football, as a member of the well-known Ter- mite eleven of Dorchester . . . Hobbies include dancinp; and dining, and compiling lists of phone numbers . . . Ambition is to be a C. P. A. . . . Headed for Bentley ' s School of Accounting. 70 Whitten Street, Dorchester JOHN J. CONLEY " Jack " Saint Gregory ' s School Track (4) ... cafeteria patrol (3 and 4) . . . glee club (2) ... Hobbies: swimming, horseback riding, and leading the Dorches- ter Mustangs on the diamond and gridiron . . . Ambition is to be a journalist . . . College: Bos- ton College. 123 Evans Street, Dorchester WILLIAM M. CONNELL " Red " Thomas A. Edison School Track (2, 3, and 4) . . . patrol staff (4) ... honor grades in mathematics and German (2) . . . president of Class of 1Q46 in senior year . . . Hobbies: dancing, movies, and sports . . . Ambition: to be a chemist . . . College: MA T. 280 North Beacon Street, Brighton JOHN J. CONNOLLY " Jack " Saint Peter ' s School Honor work (3) in English and in history . . . Hobby interests include music and football . . . Ambition is to be a lawyer . . . College: Boston College. 88 Draper Street, Dorchester JAMES F. CONNORS " Jimmy " Saint Peter ' s School Room athletic captain (1) . . . honor average in phonography and typewriting (3) ... bat- talion adjutant (4) ... Hobbies: piano, swimming, football, base- ball, roller skating . . . Ambition: a business career . . . Will enter Bryant and Stratton ' s for ad- vanced study. 25 Rill Street, Dorchester THOMAS F. CONNORS " Shorty " Saint Peter ' s School French club ( 1 ) ... chess club (3) ... physical education honor grade (3) ... Hobbies: music and photography . . . Ambition is to be a success in business . . . Will attend Bryant and Strat- ton ' s. 48 Richfield Street, Dorchester FREDERICK W. CONROY " Curly " William Blackstone School Room councilor (2) ... honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor average in history (3) ... out- side activities include Y. W. C. A. Dance Club . . . Hobbies: read- ing, swimming, stamp collecting . . . Ambition is to be either an architect or an interior decorator . . . College: Northeastern. 19 North Russell Street, Boston CHARLES E. CONSTAS " Charlie " Edward Everett School Track (2) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . honors in history (1) ... member of the order of the Sons of Pericles . . . Hobbies: base- ball, swimming, model making . . . Ambition: to be an aero- nautical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 105 Pleasant Street, Dorchester CONSTANTINE A. CONSTAS " Connie " Theodore Roosevelt School Winner of the Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2 and 3) . . . track (2) ... room councilor (3) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . member of the order of the Sons of Pericles , . . Hob- bies: baseball, piano, fishing, and football . . . Ambition: to be a professional pianist . . . College: Boston University. 4 Roslin Street, Dorchester LEONARD COPPENRATH " Coppy " Our Lady of Lourdes School Assistant manager of baseball and football (1) ... outside ac- tivities include football on a C. Y. O. team and on the Rox- bury Volunteers . . . Ambition is to be a professional baseball or football player . . . College: Bos- ton College. 14 Prescott Street, Roxburv JOHN J, COPPINGER • ' Cop " Washington Irving School Honor average in mathematics (2) . . . cadet sergeant (4) . . . drum and bugle corps (2 and 3) . . . hockey star for the Roslin- dale Redwings . . . Hobbies: C. Y. O. baseball; also swim- ming and diving . . . Ambition: business career . . . College: Boston College. 6Q Whitford Street, Roslindale ANTHONY B. COSTA " Tony " Michelangelo School Honor work in French (2) . . . Record representative (3) ... Hobbies: boxing, dancing, sing- ing, and acting . . . Ambition is to be a first-class entertainer . . . College: Boston College. 375 Hanover Street, Boston MICHAEL D. COSTANTINI " The Boss " Our Lady of Mount Carmcl School Honor work in mathematics (1 and 2), and in economic geogra- phy (2) ... Hobbies: sports and the design and construction of models . . . Ambition is to study medicine . . . College: Boston CoUege. I.S9 Cottage Street, East Boston GEORGE H. COTTO " Urn " Martin School Honor averages (1) in civics and in Spanish; in drawing (2 and 3) . . . baseball (3) . . . Record art staff (3 and 4) . . . Blue and Blue art staff (4) ... Hobbies: model building, baseball, foot- ball, drawing . . . Ambition: to be a commercial artist . . . Col- lege: Southern California. 782 Parker Street, Roxbury EUGENE J. COURTNEY " Gene " Dwight School Patrol staff (3) ... Record rep- resentative (2) ... active mem- ber of the Algonquin Club, and of the Y. M. C. A. swimming team . . . Hobbies include swim- ming, dancing, fishing, sailing . . . Ambition is to be a drug- gist . . . College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. 586 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston DONALD H. COX " Red " Woodrow Wilson School Current events club (2) . . . honor average in .American his- tory (3) ... plased forward for the Hurricanes in the Park Bas- ketball League . . . Hobbies: football and basketball . . . .4m- bition: to be an electrical en- gineer . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 761 Washington Street, Dorchester CALVIN G. CROSS " Cal " Thomas A. Edison School Patrol staff (3 and 4), commis- sioned officer . . . honor roll, all subjects (2), with an A° in French . . . honors in German, mathematics, and physics (3) . . . Hobbies: radio construction and theory . . . Ambition is to succeed as an engineer . . . Col- lege: M. I. T. 116 Washington Street, Brighton THOMAS J. CROWLEY " Tom " Edward Everett School Honors in French (3) ... pa- trol staff (4) . . . member of the Dorchester Club in the Park Department Football League . . . Hobbies: football, hockey, and swimming . . . Ambitions to make good in the business world . . . College: choice not definite as yet. 49 Bakersfield Street, Dorchester ALDO M. CRUGNOLA " Cmg " James P. Timilty School Staff captain (4 ). . . honor roll, all subjects (2 and 3), with A° in German (2), A in Ger- man (3), A in mathematics (2), and A° in mathematics (3) ... room athletic captain (3) ... Hobby is music . . . Ambition is to become an engineer . . . Col- lege will be M.LT. 7 Oakland Street, Roxburv JAMES F. ClIMMINGS " Jim " Saint James ' s School, Haverhill Backlield ace for the Charles- town Eagles in football . . . left wing for the Eagles in hocke ' . . . honor average in history (1) ... Hobby is golf . . . Ambition is to go places in avi- ation . . . College: Holy Cross. 8 Monument Street, Charlestown JOHN W. CUNMFF " Niff " Nazareth School Captain in military drill (4) ... honor average in American his- tory (3) ... played tackle for the City Point Wildcats . . . Hobbies: sailing, swimming . . . Ambition is to become an officer on an ocean-going vessel . . . College: University of Califor- nia. 134 P Street, South Boston JAMES C. CURRAN " Skip " Woodrow Wilson School Class secretary-treasurer (3 and 4) . . . cheerleader (4) . . . pa- trol corps, lieutenant (4) ... Record representative (2) . . . honors in English ( ). Latin, mathematics, physics, drawing, and .American history . . . Hob- by: winter sports . . . Ambition is to be a writer . . . College: Notre Dame, 30 Walton Street, Dorchester JAMES M. CURRAN " Red " Saint .Augustine ' s School " Red ' s " activity record includes many a touchdown scored by him as left halfback for the Tudor .Aces of South Boston . . . Hobbies include trap shooting, automotive repair . . . Ambition is to be a lawyer . . . College: Boston College. 54 Walnut Street, Arlington JAMES S. CURRAN " Butch " Saint .Ann ' s School Honor averages in mathematics ( 1 ) , and in American history (3) . . , room captain (2) ... room councilor (4) . . . student council, vice-president (4) . . . lieutenant (4) . . . Wobfcy is hunt- ing . . . Ambition is to be an electrical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 136 Elmer Road, Dorchester EDMUND J. CURRY " Cutis " Grover Cleveland School Elusive left halfback for the Lorraines of Dorchester . . . Hobbies: football and basketball . . . Ambition is to be a real expert on radio and television . . . Will take courses at the Franklin Technical Institute. 40 Ridgewood Street, Dorchester ALBERT M. D ' ANTONIO " D. A. " Michelangelo School Basketball (3) also starred on St. Stephen ' s C. Y. O. team . . . honor averages in French, mathe- matics (A ), bookkeeping, and economic geography (2); and in English, Spanish, physics, and bookkeeping (3) . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition is to be a reporter . . . College: Boston University. IS Noyes Place, Boston HENRY A. DAVIDSON " Hank " Woodrow Wilson School Honor work (2) in English, French, and mathematics; and (3) in English, German, mathe- matics, and physics . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) , lieutenant . . . Hobbies: radio experimentation and winter sports . . . Ambition is to become an electrical en- gineer . . . College: M. I. T. 48 Rosemont Street, Dorchester NORMAN DAVIDSON " Norm " Patrick T. Campbell School Band (2) . . . patrol staff (4), lieutenant . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) . . . Hobbies are baseball, hockey, and reading Ambition is to become a lawyer . . . College: Boston University. 20 Stanwood Street, Roxbury JOHN H. DEGNAN " Deg " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Lieutenant, patrol staff (4) ... honors in mathematics, book- keeping, and economic geogra- phy (2), and in typewriting (3) . . . Hobbies: swimming and hockey . . . Ambition: to serve in the United States Navy . . . College deferred. 244 Norwell Street, Dorchester EDMUND A, DELANEY " Del " Saint Gregory ' s School Honors in mathematics (1) ... lieutenant in military drill (4) . . . Hobbies: watching base- ball, football, and hockey games . . . Ambition is to make a suc- cess out of life itself . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 32 Millwood Street, Dorchester WALTER C. DEMARCO " Wally " Michelangelo School Record representative (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (4) . . . outside activities include Park Depart- ment baseball and football teams . . . Hobbies are college basket- ball and professional baseball . . . Ambition is to be a physi- cian . . . College: Boston College. 249 Chambers Street, Boston ALLAN M, DENSEN " Al " Solomon Lewenberg School Discussion club (4) . . . honors in mathematics and French (2). and in English and historv (3) . . . patrol staff (3) . . . ' Hob- bies: stamp collecting and gym . . . Ambition: to be a mechani- cal engineer . . . College: M. I. T. 12 Clarkwood Street, Mattapan JOSEPH DENTE " Joe " Woodrow Wilson School Record staff, circulation and business (2 and 3) ... outside activities include baseball and football . . . Hobbies are stamp collecting, swimming and diving, and experiments with electricity . . . Ambition is to own a pros- perous pharmacy . . . College: Boston College. 459 Old Colony Avenue , South Boston LOUIS A. DE PASQUALE " Lou " Saint Anthony ' s School Honor averages in civics and clerical practice ( 1 ) , in economic geography and French (2), and in English (3) ... Hobbies in- clude baseball, football, ant! skating . . . Ambition: success in business . . . College: Boston University. 4319 Washington Street, Roslindale EDWIN A. DE SIMONE " Desi " Michelangelo School Captain in military drill (4) . . . honors (2) in mathematics, drawing English, and Spanish ; in aeronautics, English and Spanish (3) ... member of St. Stephen ' s Brigade, C. Y. O. . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition: to become an aeronautical en- gineer . . . College: Notre Dame 156 Salem Street, Boston DANIEL E. DIAMOND " Danny " Thomas A. Edison School Head Master ' s aide (4) ... sci- ence club (4) . . . office patrol (3) . . . honors in Latin (2), and in English, history, and Latin (3) . . . active in A. Z. A. . . . Ambition is to study for a Ph.D. . . . College: Tufts College. 1638 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton ETTOR A. DI DONATO " Jimmie " Donald McKay School Lieutenant (4) . . . honor roll (2) with A° in Spanish and A in Latin . . . honors (3) in .American history . . . active in Jeffries Point Boys ' Club in East Boston . . . Hobbies: foot- ball and swimming . . . Ambition is to be an author . . . College: Boston University. 254 Sumner Street, East Boston RICHARD A. DI FLUMERI " Di Flu " Our Lady of Mount Carmel School Honor work in history (1) and in mathematics (2) . . . plavs basketball for Good Will House of East Boston . . . Hobbies: dancing, sports . . . Ambition is to be a success in business . . . College: Boston College. 286 Sumner Street, East Boston MARIO D. DI (ilORGIO " Di Magge " Donald McKay School Winner of personality AA (2) . . . football (2. 3, and 4) . . . l)aseball (2, 3. and 4), captain (4) ... Mount Carmel Mo- liawks ' football star in 1944 . . . Hobbies: collecting stamps; all sports . . . Ambition: to play big league baseball . . . College: Holy Cross. 116 Everett Street. East Boston EDWARD DI GllLIO -De Ju " Donald McKay School Another basketball luminar. ' for East Boston ' s Good Will House . . . also a football player on the McKay eleven . . . Hobbies: wimnling. boxing, dancing . . . Ambition is to become a motion picture actor . . . College: Bos- ton College. 92 Everett Street, East Boston RALPH A. DI MARINO " Ralpho " Michelangelo School Lieutenant in mil.tary d i ' l M . . . honor work in Spanish (2 and 3), and in mathematics (3) ... St. Stephen ' s Brigade . . . C. Y. O, baseball and bas- ketball . . . Hobby: drawing . . . Ambition: to be a top-notch car- toonist . . . May attend art school. 11 Noves Place, Boston NICHOLAS F. DIOGUARDI " Nick " Donald McKay School Honor work in Spanish (2 and 3) . . . outside activities include Good Will Neighborhood House program . . . Hobbies: stamp col- lecting; art work . . . Ainbilion is to be a window decorator . . . College: Boston University. 216 Webster Street, East Boston JOHN V. DI RIENZO " Johnny " Donald McKay School Honor roll, all subjects (2), with an A° in mathematics and A in Latin and Spanish . . . honor averages (3) in English, history, mathematics, and Latin . . . Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) . . . Hob- bies: athletics . . . Ambition: a medical career . . . College: Harvard. 368 Sumner Street, East Boston EDWARD A. DOHERTY " Edso " Saint Ann ' s School Hockey varsity (3 and 4) . . . honor averages in history and in French (1 and 2) ... St. Ann ' s C. Y. O. band . . . football star of the Neponset Rangers . . . Hobbies: hockey and baseball . . . Ambition: t- travel . . . College: Boston College. 30 Minot Street, Dorchester WILLIAM B. DOHERTY " Bill " Hugh O ' Brien School Honor averages in clerical prac- tice (1), in drawing (2), and in physics and history of com- merce (3) ... Hobbies: flying; aeronautical science . . . Ambi- tion: to be an aircraft engineer . . . College: M I T. 47 Mount Vernon Street, West Ro.xbury LINCOLN J, DOIRON " Link " Boston College High School Patrol staff (4) . . . switchboard operator (4) ... Record repre- sentative (4) . . . Hobbies: woodcraft, sports, and general reading . . . Ambition is to be a physician . . . College: Har- vard. 35 Fort .Avenue, Ro.xbury JAMES F. DONOVAN " Ditnny " Saint Peter ' s School Room athletic captain (3) ... aviation club (1) ... cafeteria patrol (4) ... Hobbies: basket- ball, hockey, baseball . . . Ambi- tion: to become a mechanical engineer . . . College: North- eastern. 28 Norton Street, Dorchester JAMES J. DONOVAN " Jay " Thomas A. Edison School Honor work in English (2) ... patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Rec- ord representative (3) ... Hob- bies: flying and navigation . . . Ambition is to be a famous pilot . . . College: M. L T. 135 Washington Street, Brighton JOHN W. DONOVAN " Jack " Saint Francis de Sales School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (1) ... honor roll (1 and 2) . . . honor averages in English, German, mathema- tics, and physics (3) ... Hob- bies: baseball, swimming . . . College: M.I.T. 13 Mystic Street, Charlestown MICHAEL J. DONOVAN " Mike " Bigelow School Track (3 and 4) ... orchestra (2) ... captain in military drill (3 and 4) . . . honor aver- ages in English, French, and German (2) ... Hobbies: hock- ey, radio, piano . . . Ambition: to be a surgeon . . . College: Harvard. 208 West Seventh Street, South Boston PAUL R. DONOVAN " Diinnie " Gate of Heaven School Patrol staff (3) resentative (4) . Record rep- . outside ac- tivities include C. Y. O. baseball and football . be an aviator Ambition is to College choice ■is the University of Illinois. 205 I Street, South Boston FRANCIS E. DOOLEY " Frank " Saint Margaret ' s School Honor averages (1) in mathe- matics, history, and English . . . Hobbies are football, hockey, swimming, and basketball . . . Ambition is to be a success in business . . . College preference is for Notre Dame. 30 Ramsey Street, Dorchester ALEXANDER DOUCETTE " Al " Saint Mary ' s School Record business staff (1, 3, and 4) . . . hockey (3 and 4) . . . honor averages in mathematics, history, and English (1) ... room councilor (1) . . . Hob- bies: baseball; football . . . Am- bition: success in business . . . College: Boston College. GERALD H. DOUCETTE " Gerry " William H. Taft School Secretarial work for 125th . n- niversary celebration . . . Record representative (4) ... Hobbies: horseback riding, skiing, dancing . . . Ambition is to be a busi- ness executive . . . Will attend Bentley School of .Accounting. 16 Faneuil Street, Brighton ARNOLD W. DOYLE " Arnie " Mather School Honor roll, all subjects, through- out course . . . . in physics with the Lawrence Prize award . . . patrol staff, lieutenant (4) . . . Hobbies: automotive en- gines and aeronautical science . . . Ambition: to be a success- ful chemical engineer . . . Col- lege: M. I.T. 49 Olnev Street, Dorchester JAMES P. DOYLE " Jim " Saint Peter ' s School Library corps (1, 2, 3, and 4) . . . lieutenant in military drill (4) . . . honor averages in his- tory (1) and in Latin (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: baseball, football, and track . . . Ambition: to make good in life . . . College: Boston College. 145 Draper Street, Dorchester ROBERT F. DRUMMOND " Bob " Grover Cleveland School Honors in mathematics (2) and in commercial law (3) ... out- side activities include St. Am- brose C. Y. O. organizations . . . Hobby: golf . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 336 Park Street, Dorchester JOSEPH B. DUNLOP " Joe " William E. Russell School Football, assistant manager (3), manager (4) . . . honors in mathematics (1) and in Eng- lish and Latin (3) . . . Record representative (4) . . . Hobby: losing keys . . . Ambition: man- age a professional team . . College: Boston College. 414 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester JOSEPH P. DURKIN " Joe " School of the Little Flower Honor averages in mathematics and in English (1) ... patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: football, basketball, radio, and music . . . Ambition: to be a research specialist . . . College: Boston College. 3 Caldwell Street, Charlestown WILLIAM C. EASTMAN " Bill " Grover Cleveland School Patrol staff (3) ... aviation club (2) . . . outside activities include C. Y. O. athletic teams of St. Ambrose ' s Parish . . . Hobbies: hockey and parish or- ganizations . . . Ambition is to do good for others . . . College: Notre Dame. 67 Leonard Street, Dorchester ROBERT W. EGAN " Red " North Quincy High School Record repre.sentative (3); ex- change editor (4) ... Blue AND Blue staff (4) ... track (2, 3, and 4) . . . honor roll (2 and 3), with an A in French (2) ... rcom councilor (3 and 4) . . . Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) . . . Hobby: sailing . . . Ambi- tion: medicine . . . College: Bos- ton College. 168 Arborway, Jamaica Plain HERBERT ELFMAN " Herb " Solomon Lewenberg School Transferred from Roxbury Me- morial High . . . band (3 and 4) . . . track (3 and 4) . . . Hob- bies: music, track, and base- ball . . . Ambition: to become a lawyer . . . College: Univer- sity of Michigan. 33 Evelyn Street, Mattapan JOSEPH E. EMGE " Joe " William H. Taft School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . chess club (3) ... cafeteria patrol (4) ... Hobbies: woodcraft, hunting, and fishing . . . Ambi- tion is to be a mechanical en- gineer . . . College: Northeastern. IS Holton Street, AUston EDWARD L. ENGLERT " Eddie " Robert Gould Shaw School Executive committee. Class of 1946 . . . football (4) ... track (3 and 4) . . . lieutenant, mili- tary drill (4) ... room captain (2) ... honors in mathematics (2) ; in German (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition is to become an engineer . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 49 Russet Road, West Roxbury GILBERT M. ENTNER " Gil " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Patrol staff (4) ... lieutenant (4) ... chess club (3) ... Hobbies: chemistry, biology, and collecting stamps . . . Ambition is to become a surgeon . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 17 Vesta Road, Dorchester MARTIN EPSTEIN " Marty " Solomon Lewenberg School Aviation club (2) . . . science club (3) ... cafeteria patrol (4) ... Hobbies: ship and air- plane model building . . . Am- bition is to be a successful air- plane engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 3 Arbutus Street, Dorchester JOHN H. ETTER " Swiss " Woodrow Wilson School Captain, military drill (4) ... football (3, 4, and 5) . . . basket- ball (2, 3, and 4), captain (4) . . . honor averages (2) in mathematics and English ; also in American history and English (3) ... Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) ... Hobby: collecting sports pic- tures . . . Ambition: to become an engineer . . . College: Nor- wich University. 75 Ocean Street, Dorchester ROBERT B. FARRELL " Bob " Robert Gould Shaw School Honors in American history and in Latin (3) and in English (2 and 3) ... room captain (3) . . . football (2, 3, and 4) . . . baseball (2, 3, and 4) . . . track (2, 3, and 4), captain (4) . . . member of State Championship Relay Team (3) ... captain in military drill (4) . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition : to be ;i business executive . . . College: Holy Cross. 7 March Avenue, Roxburv FRANCIS J. FAY, JR. " Frankie " Washington Iiviag School Began high-school life at Boston College High, but transferred eventually . . . discussion club (4) . . . campaign manager (4) . . . Hobbies: dancing, swimming, baseball, football . . . Ambition: public service . . . College: Bos- ton College. 64 Wellsmere Road, Roslindale PAUL F. FAZZINA " Paul " William Blackstone School Basketball (3 and 4) . . . honor work in physics and French (3) . . . patrol staff (3) . . . Record representative (4) . . . Hobbies: football, basket- ball, and baseball . . . Ambition is to be a teacher-coach . . . College: Holy Cross. 127 Leverett Street, Boston BERNARD FEINGOLD " Bernie " Frank V. Thompson School Honors in mathematics and in . merican history (3) ... patrol staff, lieutenant (4) . . . active in program of the Hecht House . . . Hobbies: baseball and pho- tography . . . Ambition is to be- come an electrical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 40 Goodale Road, Mattapan KENNETH FERTIG " Ferdie " Public Latin School. Grades Vn and vin Lawrence Prize in history (1) . . . room councilor (2) . . . headmaster ' s aide (3 and 4) . . . captain ' s commission (4) . . . aviation club (1) . . . glee club (1, 2, and 3) . . . discussion club (3 and 4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (1, 2. and 3) . . . Am- bition: to teach electrical engin- eering . . . College: M. L T. 729 Morton Street, Mattapan BENJAMIN M. FINE " Ben " Solomon Lewenberg School Lieutenant ' s commission (4) . . . aviation club (2) ... chess club (3) ... honor averages in French (2) and in Latin (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: stamp collect- ing and aviation . . . Ambition is to become a dentist . . . Col- lege: Tufts. 34 Greendale Road, Mattapan SAMUEL FINGERMAN " Sam " Donald McKay School Entered English High in 1944 as a transfer from East Boston High . . . Hobbies: bowling, hockey, baseball, and basketball . . . Ambition is to become a successful salesman . . . Will at- tend Bentley School of Account- ing. 120 Lucerne Street, Dorchester ROBERT FINKELSTEIN " Finkey " Frank V. Thompson School Military staff officer (4) ... telephone operator (2, 3, and 4) . . . honor grades in American history and in English (3) . . . Hobbies: swimming and boating . . . Ambition is success in hotel management . . . College: Cor- nell. 202 Callender Street, Dorchester HYMAN FISKEN " Hy " William Blackstone School Lieutenant (4) ... honor aver- age in the history of commerce and in American history (3) . . . Hobbies: collecting coins and stamps . . . Ambition: to become an important business executive . . . College: Bentley School of Accounting. 17 Allen Street, Boston ALBERT J. FITZPATRICK " Filzy " Saint Peter ' s School Winner of the Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment (3) . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) . . . honor averages (3) in Eng- lish, American history, and French, with an A° final mark in French . . . Hobbies are all sports . . . Ambition is to be a lawyer . . . College: Holy Cross. 24 Temple Street, West Roxbury JOSEPH FITZPATRICK " Filz " Grover Cleveland School Room athletic captain (3) ... chess club (4) ... tennis club (3) . . . Hobbies: hockey and football . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: North- eastern. 20 Train Street, Dorchester PAUL F. FITZPATRICK " Fitz " Saint Augustine ' s School Patrol staff, lieutenant (4) . . honors in Spanish (2) bookkeeping (4) . . ketball mathematics and and in drawing and (3) ... basketball Hobbies: football, bas- chess . . . Ambition is to be a Harvard. surgeon College: 9 Gates Street, South Boston NORTON A. FIVOZINSKY " Fivo " William Blackstone School Honors in mathematics, book- keeping (.A ), English, and eco- nomic geography (2) ... Hob- bies: basketball, track, and box- ing . . . Ambition is to be a successful businessman . . . Col- lege: Bentley School of .Accoun- ing. 50 Harlem Street. Dorchester SIDNEY FIXLER " Sid " Frank V. Thompson School Honor averages (2) in English, French, and German (A ), and (3) in English, German, mathe- matics, and physics . . . Hob- bies are fishing and hunting . . . Ambition is to specialize in busi- ness administration . . . College: Harvard. 28 Astoria Street, Dorchester DAVID D. FLAHERTY " Don " Grover Cleveland School Library corps (2 and 3) . . . honor work in French (2) . . . class elections campaign manager (3 and 4) . . . Hobby is chemis- try . . . Ambition is to be a re- search chemist . . . College: Massachusetts College of Phar- macy. 19 Burke Street, South Boston JOHN F. FLAHERTY " John " Saint Ann ' s School Lieutenant on the patrol staff (4) . . . honor work in book- keeping (2) ... outside activi- ties include C. Y. O. musical or- ganizations of St. Ann ' s Parish . . . Hobbies: fishing, tennis . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 15 Humes Street, Dorchester JOSEPH P. FLAHERTY " Joe " Saint Mark ' s School Cafeteria patrol (3 and 4) . . . aviation club (1) . . . stamp club (2) ... Hobbies: baseball, football, track, and archery . . . Ambition is to be an executive in a prosperous business . . . College: Boston College. 355 Centre Street, Dorchester M pj. B ,- U ILLL4M J. FLAHERTY " Bill " Bigelow School Telephone operator (3 and 4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) ... Hobbies include all kinds of sports, particularly football and baseball for St. Vincent ' s C. Y. O. . . . Ajnbition is to lead a suc- cessful life . . . College: Boston College. 341 West Third Street, South Boston PAUL R. FLEISHER " Paul " Lincoln Junior High School, Maiden Paul transferred to E. H. S. from Lowell High School . . . ser- geant in military drill (4) ... . . . Hobbies: track, baseball, basketball, football, and swim- ming . . . Ambition is to be a successful doctor . . . College: Tufts. 24 Goodale Road, Mattapan SUMNER H. FLICOP " Sunny " Frank ' . Thompson School Room athletic captain (2) ... chess club (3) . . . current events club (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: baseball, boxing matches, boat- ing, aviation . . . Ambition: to be a aeronautical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 123 Woodrow Avenue, Dorchester JOHN F. FLYNN " Jack " Thomas .A. Edison School Class of 1946 executive commit- tee member (3 and 4) . . . honors in Spanish (2) and in .American history (3) ... telephone oper- ator (3 and 4) . . . room coun- cilor (3) . . . patrol staff (3) . . , editor of the Bli e and Blue (4).. . . Hobby: photogra- phy . . . Ambition: medicine . . . College: Boston College. 129 Brooks Street, Brighton JOHN L. FLYNN " Leo " Nazareth School Honor work in clerical practice (1), bookkeeping and economic geography (2), and English and history (3) ... Hobbies are football, baseball, hockey, and swimming . . . Ambition is to succeed in business . . . College: Boston College. 865 East Fourth Street, South Boston LEO R. FLYNN " Leo " Saint Matthew ' s School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (1) ... room cap- tain (3) ... honor averages in history and mathematics (1), in Spanish (2), and in English (3) . . . Hobbies: sports activities of C. Y. O. . . . Ambition: to be a C. P. A. . . . Will attend Bent- ley School of Accounting. 4 Wentworth Street, Dorchester EDWARD P. FOLEY " Jigger " Francis Parkman School Honors in civics and English (1) . . . Lawrence Prize, fidelity and deportment (2) ... Record rep- resentative (3) ... room coun- cilor (4) . . . lieutenant (4) ... Hobbies: hockey and football . . . Ambition: to be a business executive . . . College: North- eastern. 3940 Washington Street, Roslindale JAMES P. FOLEY " Jim " Woodrow Wilson School Patrol staff, lieutenant (4) ... cadet sergeant (3) . . . honor averages in French (2), and in American history (3) . . . Hob- bies are baseball and football . . . Ambition is to teach history . . . College: Boston College. 635 Gallivan Boulevard, Dorchester WALTER R. FOLEY " Butch " Mather School Honor work in English and mathematics (1), in German and mathematics (2), and in Ameri- can history and mathematics (3) . . . Hobbies are aviation and professional hockey . . . Ambition: a career in aviation . . . College: Boston College. 1 1 1 Sydney Street, Dorchester WARREN D. FOLLANSBEE " Pibby " Rice School Track squad (1) ... baseball squad (2, 3, and 4) . . . honor grade (2) in economic geogra- phy . . . Hobbies are all sports . . . Ambition is for a career in baseball . . . College: North- eastern. 294 Columbus Avenue, Boston VINCENT C. FORTUNA " Vinnie " William E. Russell School Honor averages in history, Span- ish, and mathematics (1) ; Ger- man and Spanish (2) ... Hob- bies: bowling, basketball, and boxing . . . Ambition: to be a refrigerator serviceman . . . Will take courses at the Atlantic Air Conditioning Institute. 45 Dorset Street, Dorchester SUMNER FRANK " Freako " Public Latin School, Grades vn and vni Stamp club (1) ... football (3) . . . room athletic captain (4) . . . track (2, 3, and 4) . . . honor roll (1) ... honor grades in Latin, French, and mathe- matics (2), and in history, P ' rench, physics, and mathe- matics (3) ... A in mathe- matics (1. 2. and 3) ... Hobby: sports . . . Ambition: medicine . . . College: Brown University. 100 Stanwood Street, Roxbury JOHN M. FRANKOVICH " Frank " Revere High School Honor roll, all subjects (2 and i) with an A in physics (3) . . , science club (4) ... Hob- bies are aviation research, model airplane design, photography, and sports . . . Ambition is to become an aeronautical engineer . . . College: M. I. T. 52 Bradstreet Avenue, Revere FRANK FURMAN " Franky " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Track letterman (2) ... honor averages in Enpl ' sh and in French (2) ; honors in French (3) ... Hobbies: basketball and baseball . . . Ambition: to become a chemical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 89 Kingsdale Street, Dorchester MAURICE K. CAN " Moe " Thomas A. Edison School Special secretarial work for the 12Sth Anniversary observance . . . honor averages in mathe- matics and German (3) . . . Hobbies: swimming and basket- ball . . . Ambition: chemical en- gineering . . . College: North- eastern. 145 Chiswick Road, Brighton FRANCIS E. GASSIRARO " Gene " Michelangelo School Doffed the Purple for the Blue and Blue . . . outside activities include the " Y " swimming team and the Holy Name Society . . . Hobbies: boxing, judo, football . . . Ambition is to study medi- cine . . . College: Harvard. 89 Westchester Road, Jamaica Plain GERALD A. GANSE " Buba " Lewis School Aviation club (1) . . . camera club (2) . . . patrol staff (3) ... honor . averages (2) in French and German . . . Hobbies: swimming, tennis, and football . . . Ambition : to be an engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 65 Munroe Street, Roxbury ROBERT F. GAVIN " Bob " Saint Peter ' s School Honors in English (1, 2, and 3), in history (1, 3), in mathematics (1 and 2). and in German (2) A and (3) . ° . . . library corps (1) ... telephone operator (3) . . . Hobbies: swimming, music, and weather observation . . . Ambition is to become a meteor- ologist . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 23 . dams Street, Dorchester ROBERT J. GAVIN " Bob " Washington Irving School Honor averages in economic geographv (2) ... plaved base- ball for the C. Y. O. . . . Hob- bies: swimming, baseball, and skiing . . . Ambition: to be- come a Diesel engineer . . . Will attend Wentworth Institute. 59 Downer Avenue, Dorchester MILTON F. GEISSLER " Milt " Washington Irving School Honor averages in Spanish (2) ... a member of the Roslindale Chapter of the Order of De Molay . . . Hobbies: swimming and roller skating . . . Ambition is to become a chemical en- gineer . . . College: Northeast- ern. 11 Charme . venue. Dorchester JOHN G. GEORGE " Chowhoitnd " Martin School Honor grades in history (1) and mathematics (2) ... room coun- cilor (1, 2, and 3) . . . Record representative (1) ... Hobbies: basketball, football, and swim- ming . . . Ambition is to be a chemical engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 44 Manthorne Road, West Roxbury MELVIN E. GETZ " Flash " William Blackstone School Track (2 and 3), including midget relay team (2) ... honor roll (2) ... honor grades (3) in German and American history . . . Hobbies: photography and bowling . . . Ambition: to be a research chemist . . . College: M.I.T. 46 Irving Street, Boston FREDERIC J. GILBERT " Gil " Mather School Honor work ( 1 ) in English and in history . . . Record representa- tive (2 and 4) ... Hobbies: billiards, hunting, fishing, and camping . . . Ambition: United States Army Air Corps . . . Will defer choice of college. 20 Leedsville Street, Dorchester CHARLES D. GILDEA " Gil " Prom committee (4) ... lieu- tenant, patrol staff (4) . . . hon- ors (2) in mathematics, Latin, and English ; also in American history and in English (3) ... Hobbies: collecting stamps and keys . . . Ambition is to special- ize in advertising . . . College: Boston College. 9 Everett Square, Allston DANIEL E. GILLIS " Dan " Robert Gould Shaw School Blue and Blue staff (4) . . . camera club (3 and 4) . . . senior picture committee (4) . . . captain in military drill (4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (3 and 4) . . . Hobby: photography . . . Ambition: to be a physician . . . College: Boston College. 324 Bellevue Street, West Roxbury HOWARD A. GILMORE " Gil " Mary E. Curley School Record representative (2) . . . aviation club (2) . . . camera club (3) . . . patrol staff (3) . . . honors in American history and in French (3) ... Hobby: photography . . . Ambition is to build a career in Uncle Sa m ' s Xavy. 74 Call Street, Jamaica Plain JOHN T. GILMORE " Jack " Mather School Captain (4) ; head master ' s aide . . track (3 and 4) . . . honor roll (1 and 2) . . , honor aver- ages (3) in mathematics, physics (A ), and American history . . . library corps (1 and 4) . . . Lawrence Prize (1) for fidelity and deportment . . . Hobbies: track, hockey, and swimming . . . Ambition is to specialize in science . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 29 Hamilton Street. Dorchester MAYNARD GINSBLRG " Gi ' nsy " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Basketball squad (2 and 3) . . . campaign manager, class elec- tions (3 and 4) . . . honor aver- ages (2) in French and in Ger- man . . . Hobbies are basketball, football, and baseball . . . Am- bition is to be a chemical en- gineer . . . College: Northeast- ern. 128 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester GUY J. GIRASELLA " Gihhy " Hugh O ' Brien School Patrol staff (3) ... cafeteria patrol (4 ). . . honors in Span- ish, American history, and math- ematics (i) . . ■ Hobbies: base- ball and photography . . . .4m- bition: to be a civil engineer . . . College: Boston College. 220 North Harvard Street, Allston HASKELL M. GLANTZ " Hal " Frank V. Thompson School Record representative (2) . . . patrol staff (3) . . • honor grades in mathematics and in German (2) . . . Hobbies: swimming, bi- cycle riding, and bowling . . . Ambition: to be a C. P. A. . . . College: Northeastern. 40 Irma Street, Dorchester THOMAS H. GLYNN " Glynny " Saint Francis de Sales School B asketball (3 and 4) . . . honor averages in history and mathe- matics (1 and 2) and in Latin and French (2) ... Hobbies: professional baseball, football, and hockey games . . . Ambition: to become a lawyer . . . College: Boston College. 1106 Harrison Avenue, Roxbury CREIGHTON M. GOGOS " Creight " Martin School Honor averages (1) in clerical practice and in history . . . room captain (2) ... basketball squad (2) ... Hobbies: swimming and basketball at the " Y " . . . Ambi- tion is to become a chemical en- gineer . . . College: M.LT. 436 Huntington Avenue, Boston ELLIOT GOLDFARB " Elby " Frank V. Thompson School Honor work in Latin (3) . . . outside activities include those at the Hecht House . . . Hobbies: collecting coins; also baseball and basketball . . . Ambition is to be an up-to-date pharmacist with a reputation for reliability . . . College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy. 271 Fuller Street, Dorchester BURTON D. GOLDMAN " Sonny " Solomon Lewenberg School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor averages (3) in English, history, and German, with an . ° in German . . . Hobbies: dancing, swimming, and fishing . . . Ambition is to be expert in mechanical engineering . . . College: Northeastern. 20 Sutton Street, Dorchester NORTON A. GOLDSTEIN " ' orty " Frank ' . Thompson School Telephone operator (2) . . . honor grades (3) in .American history. Spanish, and mathema- tics . . . discussion club (4) . . . radio school forum of the air (4) . . . Hobby: oratory . . . Ambition: to be a lawyer . . . College: Northeastern. 7 Greendale Road. Mattapan JEROME GORDON " Jerry " Solomon Lewenberg School Tennis (3 and 4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor work in .American history (3) ... drum and bugle corps (3 and 4). lieutenant (4) . . . camera club (4) . . . treasurer .A. Z. A. . . . Hobby: photography . . . Am- bition is to be a dentist . . . College: Tufts. 94 Corey Road. Brighton LEONARD J. GORDON " Len " Thomas A. Edison School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) ... honor roll, all subjects (2 and 3) . . . Hob- bies: hockey, stamp and coin collecting, baseball . . . Ambition is to win success as a mechani- can engineer . . . College: North- eastern. 127 Nottinghill Road, Brighton THOMAS F. GORHAM " Tom " Saint Patrick ' s School Honors in English, civics, math- ematics, and clerical practice ( 1), in American history and in English (3) ... outside activi- ties include football, as right guard for St. Patrick ' s C. Y. O. eleven . . . Hobbies: books and coins . . . Ambition: to be a salesman . . . College: Boston College. 122 Eustis Street, Roxbury HERBERT L. GOULD " Herb " William Blackstone School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor averages (3) in English, physics, and American history . . . outside activities include those at the Elizabeth Peabody House . . . Hobbies: photogra- phy, radio, horsemanship . . . Ambition: electronics as a busi- ness . . . College: M. I. T. 16 Eaton Street, Boston LAWRENCE H. GRADY " Laurie " Woodrow Wilson School Record representative (3) ... room captain (3) ... lieutenant (4) ... honor roll (2 and 3), with an A and Lawrence prizes in bookkeeping and economic geography . . . Hobby: reading . . . Ambition is to qualify as a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston College. 9 Gravson Street, Dorchester JOSEPH C. GRAVINA " Joe " Saint Patrick ' s School Baseball squad (4) ... patrol staff (3) . . . golf team (3) . . . Hobbies: choral singing, foot- ball, dancing, wrestling . . .Am- bition: to be a success in busi- ness . . . College: Boston Uni- versity. 441 Dudley Street, Roxbury EDWARD L GRAY " Eddie " William H. Taft School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . at- tendant, vocational guidance office (3) . . . football (2 and 4) . . . honor average in English (2) ... Hobbies: swimming and professional football . . . Ambi- tion is to be an engineering offi- cer .. . College: Merchant Ma- rine Academy. 14 Aldie Street, Allston DAVID B. GREEN " Dave " Patrick T. Campbell School Record advertising staff (2, 3, and 4) . . . discussion club (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff, lieuten- ant (4) . . . honor roll (2) ... honor averages (3) in American history, physics, English and French . . . Hobbies: writing and swimming . . . Ambition: success in journalism . . . Col- lege: Boston University. 12 Castlegate Road, Roxbury JASON W, GREEN " Jay " Frank V. Thompson School Discussion club (2) . . . track (2) ... Record business staff (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: swimming and basketball . . . Ambition: to be a business success . . . College: Northeastern. 44 Clarkwood Street, Mattapan ARTHUR GREENBERG " Artie " Solomon Lewenberg School Track (4) . . . lieutenant in military drill (4) ... honor work (2) in French, German, and mathematics; also in English, mathematics, American history, and French (3) ... Hobbies: track and football . . . Ambi- tion: to be a mechanical en- gineer . . . College: M.I.T. 6 Greenock Street, Dorchester WILLIAM N. GREENBERG " Billy " Frank V. Thompson School Prize winner, individual com- petitive military drill (3) . . . double A in reliability (3) from Head Master . , . Hobbies: hockey, basketball, baseball, and football . . . Ambition is to be a successful engineer . . . College: M.I.T. 24 Theodore Street, Dorchester LEONARD GREENFIELD " Lennie " Solomon Lewenberg School Bugle and drum corps (3 and 4) . . . lieutenant (4) . . . discus- sion club (3 and 4) . . . honor average in English (2 and 3) and in American history (3) ... Hobbies: writing and music . . . Ambition: to edit a leading news- paper . . . College: Northeast- ern. 16 Glenville Avenue, Allston MELVIN GREEZ " Mike " Solomon Lewenberg School Camera club (2) ... aviation club (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: baseball, tennis, and football . . . Ambition: to be- come the owner of a business . . . College: Northeastern 122 West Selden Street, Mattapan DONALD J. GRIFFIN " Don " Cheverus School Football squad (3) ... hockey squad (2, 3, and 4) . . . Record representative (4) . . . Hobbies: reading sports reviews; report- ing games . . . Ambition is to become editor of the Sporting News . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 1?0 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain JOSEPH M. GRIFFIN " Sparrow " Cheverus School Football (3 and 4) . . . hockey (2, 3, and 4) . . . honor work in bookkeeping (2) ... Hob- bies: basketball, track, hockey, baseball, and football . . . Am- bition is to succeed as a retail store owner of fine glassware . . . College: Boston College. 48 Clement .Avenue. West Roxburv ALBERT I. GROSS " Alhie " Frank ' . Thompson School Came to English after a year at Dorchester High , . . honor work in .American history (3) . . . Hobbies: sports, aviation, bowl- ing, and pigeon raising . . . .4m- bilion is to be a business execu- tive . . . College: Bentley. 9 Jones Avenue, Dorchester MELVIN GROSS " Mel " Frank ' . Thompson School Honor work in mathematics (2) . . . honor roll, all subjects (3) with an . ° in physics and an .A in bookkeeping . . . outside activities include the Hecht House and the Jun ior Brother- hood . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition: to be a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston University C. B. A. 3 Marden Avenue, Dorchester MORTON D, GROSSER " Morty " William Blackstone School Cadet captain (4) ... staff lead- er at the Elizabeth Peabody House . . . camera club (2 and 3) ... Hobbies: photography and sporting events . . . Ambi- tion is to become an executive in a big concern like Eastman Kodak . . . College: Boston University. 79 Poplar Street, Boston ROBERT GROSSMAN " Bob " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Another good man who came to us from the rarefied atmos- phere of Avenue Louis Pasteur . . . member of the Junior Brotherhood . . . active at the Hecht House . . . Hobbies: air- plane identification and stamp collecting . . . Ambition: en- gineering . . . College: Boston University. 38 Jones Avenue, Dorchester GENEROSO S. GUARINO " Jerry " Thomas A. Edison School Honors (2) in bookkeeping, eco- nomic geography, drawing, and English . . . played end for the Brighton Athletic Association eleven in the Boston Park League . . . Hobbies: swimming and football . . . Ambition: to be a commercial artist . . . Will attend St. John ' s Preparatory School at Danvers. 102 Arlington Street, Brighton JOSEPH A. GUINTA " Joe " Dearborn School Honor averages (1) in civics and in clerical practice . . . room cap- tain (1 and 2) . . . star quarter- back in C. Y. O. football, play- ing for St. Phillip ' s eleven . . . Hobbies: dancing and baseball . . . Ambition: to own a suc- cessful business and to be able to pay a large income tax . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 2 Brown Street, Roxbury SADAZO J, HAMANO " Soapy " Clarence R. Edwards School Honor work in English, mathe- matics, and German (2) ; and in mathematics, American history (3) ... Hobbies: swimming, fishing, football, and basketball . . . Ambition is to be a con- struction engineer . . . College: M.I.T. 62 Henley Street, Charlestown SAUL D. HAMEL " Sonny " Frank V. Thompson School Patrol staff (3) ... honor grades (2) in English, French, German, and mathematics; in American history and in German (3) ... Hobbies: music dancing, sports, and the fur business . . . Ambi- tion is to be an accountant . . . College: Boston University. 85 Hazelton Street, Mattapan JAMES J. HANNON " Jim " Frank V. Thompson School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) . . . honor roll, all subjects (2 and 3) with an . ° in German and an A in physics . . . individual prize drill winner (2) ... Hobbv: experimenting with electricity . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 271 Norfolk Street, Dorchester JOSEPH V. HARDY " Joe " Saint Gregory ' s School Room councilor (3) . . . tele- phone operator (3) ... honors in English (1) ... Record rep- resentative (4) ... Hobbies: hockey, baseball, stamp collect- ing . . . Ambition: to be an electrical engineer . . . College: Boston College. 23 St. Gregory Street. Dorchester ROBERT S. HARDY " Bob " Oliver Wendell Holmes School Member of the National Riflf Association . . . adept at ski racing . . . honor work at E.H.S. in mathematics and English (3) . . . Hobbies: aviation, model making, art, winter sports . . . Ambition: to be an aeronautical engineer . . . College: M.I.T. 57 Elmont Street, Dorchester PHILIP C. HARGRAVES " Shin " Prince School Room councilor (4) ... student council (4), secretary . . . Law- rence Prize in drafting (3) ... Hobbies: dancing and the phono- graph . . . Ambition: to be a successful construction engineer . . . College: M.I.T . 64 Queensbury Street, Boston JAMES P. HARRINGTON " Hago " Saint Joseph ' s School Room athletic captain (2) ... cadet lieutenant (4) . . . room councilor (4) . . . honor grade in mathematics (3) . . . Hobby: basketball, playing for the St. Joseph ' s C. Y. O. team . . . Ambition: to be a success in business . . . Undecided as to college. 3 Herman Street, Roxbury STANLEY HARRIS " Stan " Theodore Roosevelt School Honor student, all subjects (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) ; captain (4) . . . member of the Youth Council Committee of the Roxbury Y. M. H. A. . . . Hobbies: swimming, making of aircraft models . . . Ambition: to be an industrial chemist . . . College: M.I.T. 125 Homestead Street, Ro.xburx FREDERICK L. HAYES " Fred " William H. Taft School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . hockey (3 and 4) . . . aviation club (2) ... Hobbies: baseball, football, basketball, pool . . . Ambition is to be a physician . . . College: Dartmouth. 7 Raymond Street, . llston JOSEPH P. HENEHAN " Joe " Lewis School Cadet captain (4) ... Record representative (3) ... room councilor (3) . . . Hobbies: track, football, and basketball . . . .Ambition: to be a success- ful trial lawyer . . . College: Boston College. 2 Rockland Street, Roxbury WILLIAM J. HENNESSY " Bill " Public Latin School, Grades Vn and IH Basketball and baseball (3 and 4) . . . cadet captain (4) . . . room captain (4) ... honors in German, Latin. English, and chemistry (3). with an A in German . . . Hobbies: sailing, swimming, baseball, and basket- ball . . . Ambition: a career in the Navy . . . College objective is the Xaval Academy. 254 La Grange Street. West Ro.xbury HARVEY HICKSON. JR. " Pee Wee " Prince School Lieutenant in military drill . . . honor average in French ( 1) . and in English, mathematics, and bookkeeping (3) ... Hobbies: dancing and phonograph rec- ords . . . Ambition is to be a good optician . . . Will take up optical work. 148 Hemenwav Street, Boston JOHN F. HOLLAND • ' Baldy " Saint Mark ' s School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) . . . honor work in mathematics (1) . . . out- side activities include basket- ball for St. Mark ' s C. Y. O. team, and football and baseball for the Dorchester Termites . . . Hobby: swimming . . . College: Boston College. 58 Lithgow Street, Dorchester ALBERT M. HUNT " Al " Frank V. Thompson School Honor roll, all subjects (2), with an A° in Latin . . . honor aver- ages (3) in English Latin, math- ematics, and American history . . . Hobby: collecting stamps . . . Ambition is to be a suc- cessful physician . . . College: Tufts. 36 Harwood Street, Dorchester JAMES W. HUTCHINSON " Hutch " Public Latin School Active in the C. Y. O. affairs of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish . . . belongs to C. Y. O. rifle team and to the Columbian Squires ' boxing team . . . Hobby is any good sporting event . . . Ambition is Annapolis . . . Ex- pects to enlist in the United States Marine Corps. 251 Chestnut Avenue, Jamaica Plain ANTHONY J. JACOBS " Jake. " Hugh O ' Brien School Honor roll (1), with an A in Spanish and an A in mathe- matics . . . honor roll (2), with an A° in French, and an A in Spanish and an A in mathe- matics . . . member of St. Pat- rick ' s C. Y. O. basketball team . . . Hobbies: football and swim- ming . . . Ambition: to be a success in business. 142 Moreland Street, Roxbury JON A. JACOBSON " Jake " William H. Taft School Cadet corporal (2) ... sergeant (3) . . . lieutenant (4) ... Hobbies: hockey and hunting . . . Ambition is to complete edu- cation creditably . . . College: Northeastern. 1169 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston WILLIAM J. JENKINSON " Bill " Saint William ' s School Record representative (1 and 2) . . . chess club (3) ... patrol staff (3) ... member of the ex- hibition drill squad (1, 2, and 3) . . . Hobbies: hunting, fishing, and yachting . . . Ambition: to be a marine architect . . . En- listed in the United States Navy in November, 1945. 14 Fox Point Road, Dorchester JAMES J. KACAVAS " Greek " Martin School Starred in basketball (2, 3, and 4) ; in football (3 and 4) . . . baseball fan and steady player . . . honors in civics (1) . . . secretary of the " Y " club . . . Hobbies are boxing and swim- ming . . . Ambition: to become a competent engineer . . . Col- lege: Holy Cross. 643 Huntington . ' venue, Boston LEONARD H. KAITZ " Len " Lynn English High School Entered the original English High in September. 1944 . . . honor grades in .American his- tory and in Spanish (3) ... leader in mass calisthenics (3 and 4) . . . lieutenant (4) ... Hobbies: sports and reading . . . Ambition: to be a shoe mer- chant . . . College: Boston LTni- versity. 980 Morton Street, Dorchester SIDNEY KAMINSKY " Cisco " William Blackstone School Honors in English and Spanish (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff (J) . . . sergeant (3) ... Hobbies: airplane building, baseball, and football . . . Ambition: to go places in chemical engineering . . . College: Northeastern. 52 Poplar Street, Boston AARON E. KANOVITZ " Doc " Frank V. Thompson School Discussion club (3) ... honor roll, all subjects (2) with A in Latin and mathematics . . . honor averages (3) in English, Latin, and American history . . . Hobbies: repairing watches and collecting stamps . . . Ambition is to be an expert at plastic sur- gery . . . College: Tufts. 148 Callender Street, Dorchester BERNARD KAPLAN " Kap " Joseph H. Barnes School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . avi- ation club (2) ... stamp club (2) . . . Hobbies: bowling, swimming, fancy diving, chess . . . Ambition is to be an execu- tive in a large retail chain firm . . . College: Boston University. 218 Lexington Street, East Boston ALFRED KATZ " Freddy " Theodore Roosevelt School Secretarial work, " cut-slip " com- mittee (4) . . . left fielder ol Balfour A. Z. A. nine . . . patrol staff (3) . . . Hobbies: horse- back riding, steeple chasing, and model airplane making . . . .4 m- bition is to be an electrical en- gineer . . . College: Northeastern. 620 Warren Street, Roxburv GEORGE KATZOFF " Gigi " Frank V. Thompson School Honor averages in mathematics and Latin (2), and in American history, Latin, and English (3) . . . Hobbies are basketball, base- ball, and football . . . Ambition is to be a pharmacist . . . College: Massachusetts College of Phar- macy. 128 Evans Street, Dorchester PAUL D. KEARNS " Bud " Saint Gregory ' s School Lawrence Prize winner (1) for fidelity and deportment . . . room councilor (1) ... library corps (1 and 2) . . . telephone operator (3 and 4) . . . glee club (2 and 3) . . . honors in history, English, Latin, French, mathe- matics, and physics . . . Hobby: radio . . . Ambition is to be a teacher . . . College: Boston College. 35 Richview Street, Dorchester ROBERT A. KEEZER " Bob " Frank V. Thompson School Track squad (3) ... honor grades: (2) in English and Latin, (3) in physics and Eng- lish . . . Hobbies are track, foot- ball, baseball, and basketball . . . Ambition is to be successful in advertising . . . College: Boston University. 115 Maxwell Street, Dorchester PAI L X. KELLEY " Kel " Public Latin School, Grades II and VHI Football squad (3) ... track squad (3) . . . baseball (3 and 4) . . . outside activities include service as a life guard. Park De- partment football and swimming, and C. Y. O. baseball for the Holy Na Tie nine . . . Hobbies: sports and sports writing . . . Ambition is to be a success in business . . . College: Dart- mouth. 134 Greaton Road, West Roxburv THOMAS J. KELLEY " Btitch " Martin School Aviation club (2) ... patrol staff (3) . . . room captain (3) . . . honor work (1) in French . . . Hobby: playing basketball . . . Ambition is to be a con- vincing and persuasive salesman . . . College: Northeastern. 88 Fisher Avenue, Roxbury JOSEPH P. KELLIHER " Joe " Theodore Roosevelt School Stamp club (2) . . . aviation club (2) ... student council (3) . . . Hobbies: collecting records for the victrola, music, dancing, debating, and football . . . Am- bition is to be a successful law- yer . . . College: Boston College. 18 Tufts Street, Charlestown PAUL C. KELLY " Kell " Thomas A. Edison School Track squad (2 ). . . baseball squad (3) ... vice-president, Class of 1946, in junior year . . . honors in Latin and in English (2) ... Hobbies: golf and base- ball . . . Ambition: to be a pro- fessional golfer . . . College: Boston College. 14 Turner Street, Brighton JAMES J. KENNEALLY " Bud " Oliver Hazard Perry School Library corps (1 and 2) . . . honor work in history and French (1), and in English (1, 2, and 3) . . . track squad (4) . . . Hobby: baseball . . . Ambi- tion is to be a dentist . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 820 East Fifth Street, South Boston RICHARD K. KENNEDY " Dick " Mary E. Cnrley School Patrol staff (3 and 4) lieutenant . . . track squad (2) ... honor grades in English (2) and in physics (3) ... Hobbies: hunt- ing and fishing . . . Ambition is to be a doctor . . . College: Bos- ton College. S Castleton Street, Jamaica Plain CHARLES B. KILLIAN " Chick " Our Lady of Lourdes School Record representative (3) . . . assistant manager of football (2) ... manager of hockey (4) . . . telephone operator (2, 3, and 4) . . . room councilor (3) . . . honors in mathematics (2) . . . cadet lieutenant (4) ... Hobby: coin collecting . . . Am- bition: to be a surgeon . . . College: Boston College. 38 Clive Street, Jamaica Plain FRED J. KIRBY " Fred " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Patrol staff (4) ... honor grades in mathematics and in Latin with an .A in Latin (1) ... Hobbies: ping pong, baseball, and football . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: Uni- versity of California. 47 East Newton Street, Boston WILLIAM G. KNOTT " Not " Prince School Room captain (3) ... Record contributor (3 and 4) . . . honor averages in history and in Eng- lish (1), and in Latin (3) . . . now serving with the armed forces . . . Hobbies: classical music, baseball, and reading . . . Ambition is to become a psy- chologist . . . College: North eastern. 41 Symphony Road, Boston MARVIN H. KRAMER " Marv " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Baseball squad (1) . . . room captain (3) ... honor work in French (1) and in Latin (1 and 2) . . . Hobby is studying air- plane design and construction . . . Ambition is to be an aero- nautical engineer . . . College: Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 153 Strathmore Road, Brighton ROBERT J. KRAMER " Bob " Lewis School Track (2, 3, and 4) . . . base- ball (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff, lieutenant (4) ... honor aver- ages in mathematics, English, and French (2) ; and in Ameri- can history and English (3) . . . Hobbies: all sports , . . Ambi- tion: a business career ... Col- lege: Harvard. 256 Walnut Avenue, Ro.xbury ROBERT H. KUPPERSTEIN " Kuppy " Frank V. Thompson School Patrol staff (4) . . . outside in- terests include baseball and foot- ball as a member of the Victors in the Y. M. H. A. League; member of the Youth Council, Y. M. H. A. . . . Hobby is air- plane building . . . Ambition is to be an officer in the Marine Corps. 9 Lorna Road, Dorchester MYRON M. KUTCHER " Mike " Frank V. Thompson School Chess club (3 and 4) . . . Record advertising staff (2) ... honor grade in mathematics (2) . . . Hobbies: stamps, physical devel- opment, boxing, home work- shop . . . Ambition is to be a civil engineer . . . College: North- eastern. 80 Lucerne Street, Dorchester DAVID A, LAFERRIERE " Dave " Chelmsford High School Honor averages in physics and in mathematics (3) ... aviation club (2) ... patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: choral singing, chess, and photography . . . Ambition is to be " a chemist of the first order " . . . College: M.I.T. 376 Tremont Street, Boston ROBERT H. LAHAM " Bob " Thomas A. Edison High School Captain ' s commission, military drill (4) ... honor averages in bookkeeping (2), and in mathe- matics and commercial law (3) . . . Hobby is stamp collecting . . . Ambition is to make a suc- cess out of the coated fabric business . . . College: Boston University. 1857 Commonwealth .Avenue, Boston LIBORIO LaMONICA " Libby " William Blackstone School Honor averages in all subjects ( 2 ) . with an A in economic geography . . . aviation club (2) . . . Hobbies: swimming, danc- ing, boxing . . . Ambition: to be successful in a business career . . . College: Boston University. 127 Leverett Street. Boston PHILIP LaTORRE " Phil " Joseph H. Barnes School Patrol staff (3 and 4). lieuten- ant (4) ... Record representa- tive (4) ... honor grades in all subjects (2 and 3) ... Hobbies: scientific research and aviation . . . .Im hit ion is to become an aeronautical engineer . . . Col- lege: M. I. T. 87 Falcon Street. East Boston SALVATORE J. LAURIA " Sammy " Michelangelo School Aviation club (2) . . . camera club (3) ... patrol staff (3) . . . honor work (2) in English, and in Latin (2 and 3) . . . Hob- bies: all the sports throughout the calendar year . . . Ambition: to manage a sporting goods firm . . . College: Boston University. 8 Greenough Lane, Boston ALFONSO J. LEANDRO " Al " Donald McKay School Patrol staff (3 and 4) ; lieuten- ant (4) . . . honor work in Eng- lish (3) . . . current events club (2) . . . Hobbies: swimming, baseball, and football . . . Am- bition is to become a C. P. A. . . . Will attend Bentley School of Accounting. 142 Havre Street, East Boston RICHARD F. LEE " Dickie " Clarence R. Edwards School Honor roll throughout course with A in English, French, German, mathematics, and phys- ics .. . room councilor (2) . . . room captain (4) . . . student council (2) . . . Blue AND Blue staff (4) ... winner of Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: reading and swimming . . . Ambition: to be an expert in aeronautics . . . College: M.LT. 87 Warren Street, Charlestown HENRY E. LESSER " Hanli " Frank V. Thompson School Track star (2, 3, and 4) . . . patrol staff (4), with lieutenant ' s commission . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honors in physics (3) ... Hobbies: sports of all kinds . . . Ambition: to make his mark in the profession- al career he has chosen . . . Col- lege: M.LT. 51 Capen Street, Dorchester ALAN D. LEVIN " A I " Solomon Lewenberg School Current events club (2) . . . discussion club (4) ... fife and drum corps (2) . . . aviation club (2) ... honor averages in English and German (2) . . Hobbies: sports and reading . . Ambition: to be an advertising manager . . . College: North- eastern. 511 Norfolk Street, Mattapan PAUL A. LEVINS " Levi " Grover Cleveland School Captain ' s commission in military drill (4) ... Record representa- tive (4) . . . honor work in drawing (3) ... Hobbies: sports particularly hockey . . . Ambi- tion is to be a commercial art- ist .. . Will matriculate at the Massachusetts School of Art. 125 Draper Street, Dorchester OWEN LEVITAN " Lev " Frank V. Thompson School Record staff (4) . . . Blue and Blue staff (4) . . . Athletic As- sociation artist (4) ... honor work in mathematics (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: sign painting and drawing . . . Ambition: a top- flight career in advertising . . . College: Boston University. 68 Wildwood Street, Mattapan BERNARD M. LEVY " Bernie " Frank ' . Thompson School Chess club (3 and 4) . . . cur- rent events club (2) ... patrol staff (3 and 4) ; lieutenant ' s commission (4) . . . Hobbies: music, baseball, and swimming . . . Ambition: to be a headliner in the music profession . . . Col- lege: Boston University. .57 Wildwood Street, Dorchester HOWARD D. LEWIS • ' Lou " Mather School Honor average (3) in American history . . . baseball squad (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff (3) ... chess club (4) . . . Hobbies: sports, music, and radio . . . Am- bition is to be a baseball player and manager . . . College: North- eastern. 73 Coleman Street, Dorchester GEORGE M. LEZBERG " Georgie " William Blackstone School Aviation club (2) ... cafeteria patrol (3) . . . camera club (2 and 3) . . . honor averages (2) in German, and in mathematics and phvsics (3) ... Hobbies: coin collecting and model making . . . Ambition: to be a business executive . . . College: Tufts. 73 Myrtle Street, Boston JOHN F. LICHWELL, JR. " Jackie " Washington Irving School Winner of the Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) . . . honors in mathematics (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff (4), with the commission of lieutenant . . . Hobbies: all sports . . . Ambi- tion: to be a chemist . . . Col- lege: M. I. T. 23 Ethel Street, Roslindale RICHARD S. LOWDEN " Dick " Prince School Honor work in history (2) ... sergeant in military drill (2) ... patrol staff (4) ... Record rep- resentative (4) ... Hobbies: automotive theory and repair . . . Ambition: to be an expert in the automotive industry . . . College: Northeastern. 103 Hemenvvav Street, Boston JOHN L. LUBIN " Liibie " Frank V. Thompson School Current events club (2) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hob- bies: sailing and motorboat rac- ing . . . Ambition is to be a success in the automobile busi- ness . . . College: Northeastern. S57 Norfolk Street. Mattapan ALFONSO J. LUCIANO " Al " Mary E. Curley School Starred in football and in base- ball (2, 3, and 4) . . . forward passing unsurpassed in the his- tory of the Blue and Blue . . . Hobbies: baseball, football, ra- dio, and sports-writing . . . Am- bition: to be a sports columnist on a Boston newspaper . . . Col- lege: Notre Dame. 623 Centre Street. Jamaica Plain MITCHELL MABARDI " Mitch " Public Latin School. Grades Vn and vin Winner in individual drill com- petition (3) ... patrol staff (3) . . . cadet lieutenant in military drill (4) . . . Hobbies: swim- ming; collecting stamps and coins . . . Ambition: to earn and save money for travel . . . Col- lege: Boston University. 27 Harvard Street. Dorchester JOSEPH W. McARDLE " Buddy " . braham Lincoln School Basketball squad (3 and 4) . . . honor average in English (2 and 3), and in phonography, type- writing. .American history, and physics (3) . . . . in English (3) . . . Hobbies: modeling and stamp collecting . . . Ambition is to be a business executive . . . College: Brown, 45 Middlesex Street. Boston DONALD H. MacCALMON " Dusty " William Blackstone School Record representative (3) . . . room councilor (3) ... Law- rence Prize award for fidelity and deportment (3) ... honor averages in English and in Spanish (2 and 3), and in Ameri- can history (3) ... A in Span- ish (3) ... Hobbies: skating and photography . . . Ambition: a career in aeronautical engineer- ing .. . College: M. I. T. 37 Concord Street, Boston CHARLES J. McCarthy " Mac " Nazareth School Room athletic captain (2) ... cafeteria patrol (3) ... chess club (3) . . . honors in clerical practice (1) and in American history (3) ... Hobbies: foot- ball, hockey, the social whirl, and wrestling . . . Ambition: to be successful financially . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 819 East Fourth Street, South Boston EDWARD J. McCarthy " Red " Grover Cleveland School Individual prize drill winner (2) . . . student council president (4) ... double A in co- operation (3) ... room councilor (4) ... room captain (2 and 3) . . . cadet captain (4) . . . honor grades (2) in English and math- ematics . . . Hobbies: automo- biles and stratoliners . . . Ambi- tion: to retire at the ripe old age of 35 . . . College: Boston College. 11 Crockett Avenue, Dorchester PAUL J. McCarthy " Pat " Saint Patrick ' s School Honor averages in English and in ancient history (1) . . . aviation club (1 and 2) . . . patrol staff (3) ... Hobby: athletics . . . Ambition: to spend all winters, after 1967, in Flori- da .. . College: Dartmouth. 63 Moreland Street, Roxbury DAMEL J. McCORMACK " Danny " Mather School Awarded the double A in co- operation from the Head Master (3) ... Lawrence Prize winner in typewriting (3) ... honors in phonography (3) ... Hob- bies: baseball and swimming . . . Ambition: to be a success in life . . . College: Boston College . 21 Hendry Street, Dorchester ROBERT J. McDONOUGH " Mac " Saint Peter ' s School Honor rank in every subject (1 and 2), with an A° and an A in English and two A ' s in mathematics . . . honor grades in mathematics, physics, English and Latin (3) ... Lawrence Prize in English (2) ... library corps (2) . . . Hobbies: swim- ming, hiking, and reading . . . Anibition: success in business . . . College: Boston College. 107 Mount Ida Street, Dorchester LEO W. MacDOUGALL " Mac " Saint Thomas Aquinas School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . avi- ation club (1) ... camera club (2) . . Hobbies: swimming achieve a business . Universitv chess club (3) ... baseball, football, . . . Ambition is to place in the leather . . College: Boston 63 Bradfield Avenue, Roslindale RICHARD G. McELROY " Mac " Washington Irving School Track squad (4), specializing in the sprints . . . patrol staff (3) ... sergeant in military drill (4) . . . Hobbies: radio, sports, and sleeping . . . Ambition is to be an architect and design the new English High School build- ing . . . College: Northeastern. 85 Colberg Avenue, Roslindale JOSEPH E. McGARRY " Mac " Francis Parkman School Football (4) ... aviation club (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) . . . Hobbies: baseball, motion pic- tures, pool and billiards, and swimming , . . Ambition is to be a technician . . . College: Holy Cross. 34 Whitford Street, Roslindale RICHARD L. McGUIRE " Mac " Robert Gould Shaw School Golf (2 and 3) . . . tennis (4) Record representative (3) ... current events club (2) . . . Hobbies: automobiles, their se- lection and maintenance . . . Am- bition is to be an informed and respected attorney . . . College: Boston University. 25 Summer Street, West Roxbury THOMAS R. McKENNA " Tommy " Merrimac High School " Tommy " entered E. H. S. in September, 1944 . . . patrol staff (3 and 4), with a lieutenant ' s commission (4) . . . honor aver- age in French (3) ... Hobbies: hockey, basketball, and swim- ming . . . Ambition is to succeed in business . . . College: Boston College. 80 Topliff Street, Dorchester THOMAS S. McKEOWN " Tom " William H. Taft School .Aviation club (2) . . . current events club (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) ... Hobbies: classi- cal music, popular music, and dancing . . . Ambition is to ren- der the highest possible service to his fellowmen . . . College: Boston University. 12 Pratt Street, Allston f 1 .1 UliUllk. j fi llllKjlHIMttlMlikL JOHN A. MacLELLAN " Mac " Saint Ann ' s School Record representative (1) . . . current events club (1) . . . chess club (3) . . . Hobbies: baseball, hockey, basketball, and football . . . Ambition is to be a radio engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 49 Dracut Street, Dorchester KENNETH L. MacMILLAN " Kenny " Mather School . viation club (1) ... current events club (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) . . . honor grade in civics (1) ... Hobbies: attend- ing college and professional games of baseball, football, and hockey . . . Ambition is to be a member of a big-league baseball team . . . College: Holy Cross. 10 De W olfe Street, Dorchester ROBERT D. McPECK " Mac " Patrick T. Campbell School Patrol staff (3) ... tennis squad (2 and 3) ... individual prize drill (3) ... honor averages in Latin, French, and English (2) . . . Hobbies: dancing, music, and sports . . . Ambition: to be a business executive . . . College: Holy Cross. 500 Blue Hill . venue, Dorchester GERALD W. McSHANE " Jerry " Saint Joseph ' s School Honor averages in bookkeeping, phonographv, and t pewriting (3) . . . patrol staff " (3) . . . Record representative (4) ... Hobbies: sports, reading and the theatre . . . Ambition is to go places in business . . . College: Boston University. 101 Dale Street, Roxburv MARK E. MADDEN " Mark " Thomas A. Edison School Cafeteria patrol (3) ... dis- cussion club (3) ... golf squad (3) ... science club (4) . . . Hobbies: horses, hunting, fish- ing, and automobiles . . . Ambi- tion is to be an electrical en- gineer . . . College: Boston Col- iege or Northeastern. 84 Fairbanks Street, Brighton JOHN J. MAGARIAN " Jake " Woodrow Wilson School Honor man (2 and 3), with an A in German (2) ... honor averages (3) in English, history, physics, and German . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) ... Hobbies: sports in general, and drawing . . . Ambition is to become a successful engineer . . . College: M. I. T. 29 Stockton Street, Dorchester JAMES F. MAGUIRE " Babe " Saint Peter ' s School Honor average in science (3) . . . Record representative (3) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: baseball and foot- ball ; collecting novelty pins . . . Ambition is to be a professional typist . . . College: probably Burdett ' s. 24 Juliette Street, Dorchester FRANCIS N. MAHER " Fran " Thomas A. Edison School Captain ' s commission (4) . . . winner of the Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) . . . honor averages in English and in French (2 and 3) ... Hobbies: fishing, stamp collect- ing, and hockey . . . Ambition is to be a businessman . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 23 Newcastle Road, Brighton RUSSELL F. MAHONEY " Russ " Cheverus School Honor roll throughout course . . . baseball (2 and 3) . . . hockey (2) . . . room captain (4) . . . library corps (2) . . . Head Master ' s aide (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Am- bition: success in the medical profession . . . College: Boston College. 60 Parkton Road, Jamaica Plain JOSEPH H. MALLOY " Major " Saint Ann ' s School Record representative (2) . . . room councilor (3) ... mem- ber of the student council (3) . . . Record circulation staff (4) . . . Hobby: music . . . Ambi- tion is to succeed in life . . . College: Boston College. 42 South Munroe Terrace, Dorchester THOMAS F. MANGONE " Tommy " Donald McKay School Baseball squad (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff (3) . . . cafeteria patrol (4) . . . Hobbies: pho- tography, swimming, dancing, basketball . . . Ambition: to be a radio engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 191 Everett Street, East Boston JAMES L. MANN " Jim " Medford High School Entered Montgomery Manor on September 8, 1944 . . . served on patrol staff (3) camera club (3) . . . Record rep- resentative (4) . . . Hobbies: radio, football, baseball, and basketball . . . Ambition: to be an electrical engineer . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 516 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester MAURICE MANN " Moe " Thomas A. Edison School Patrol staff (3 and 4), lieutenant (4) . . . setting-up exercise offi- cer (4) . . . honor averages in mathematics (2) and in Ameri- can history . . . Hobbies: sports events; also physical education . . . Ambition is to be a business leader . . . College: Massachu- setts State College. 33 Gerald Road, Brighton ROBERT MARIE " Bob " Wellington C. Mepham High School, Bellmore, N. Y. Honors in French, college biolo- gy, English, and in United States history . . . played in E, H. S. band (4) . . . Hobby: chemis- try . . . Ambition : to be a chemical engineer . . . College: M. I. T. 39 Donnybrook Road, Brighton PHILIP A. MARINO " Phil " Blackington School Room captain (1 and 3) . . . football letterman (3 and 4) . . . honor average in ancient history (1) ... Hobby: football . . . Ambition is to be a baseball player in college and in league baseball . . . College: Boston College. 207 Gladstone Street, East Boston GERARD J. MARIO " Jerry " Michelangelo School Glee club (3 and 4) ... Hea d Master ' s aide (4) . . . honor work in English (2) and in bookkeeping (2) . . . honor roll, all subjects (3), with an A in bookkeeping . . . Hob- bies: repairing, model aircraft construction, and sports . . ..4m- bition: to be a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston University. 8 Greenough Lane, Boston MASON G. MARKOW " Mas " Public Latin School, Grades Vn and Vni Honor averages in mathematics and French (1); in mathematics, Latin, and English (2); and in English (3) ... cadet sergeant (3) . . . captain ' s commission (4) ... Hobbies: chemistry and professional baseball . . . Ambi- tions: medicine or chemistry . . . College: Tufts. 79 Glenville .Avenue, . llston NATHANIEL MARKS " Tanny " Frank . Thompson School Tennis team (3 and 4), mana- ger (4) ... Record staff (3 and 4) . . . B lue axd Blue busi- ness manager (4) ... cadet cap- tain (4) . . . prom committee (4) . . . Head Master ' s aide (4) . . . honor work in mathematics, English, German, and .American history . . . Hobbies: tennis and traveling . . . Ambition: to be a civil engineer . . . College: Tufts. 132 Capen Street, Dorchester DAVID A. MARLIN " Dave " William H. Taft School Record staff photographer (3), photography editor (4) . . . Blie . xd Blue photography editor (4) ... camera club (2, 3, and 4). president (4) . . . track squad (4) • • . honor work in English, French, and mathe- matics . . . Ambition: a suc- cessful career as a photographer . . . College: Boston University. 10 Boulevard Terrace, Brighton ARTHUR W. MEDNICK " Slats ' Solomon Lewenberg School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . honor grades in mathematics, English, and French (2) . . . Hobbies: drawing, baseball, swimming, and football . . . Ambition is to become a draftsman . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 1412 Blue Hill . venue, Mattapan NICHOLAS D. MEIMARIS " Nick " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Honor averages in mathematics, German, and history (2), and in mathematics, German, Eng- lish, and Spanish (3) ... tele- phone operator (2) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4), lieutenant (4) . . . Record contributor (3 and 4) . . . Ambition is to succeed in journalism . . . College: Co- lumbia. 48 Capen Street, Dorchester MERRILL MELLEN " Mel " Frank V. Thompson School Patrol staff (3 and 4), lieutenant (4) . . . honor averages in Ger- man (2) . . . chess club (3) . . . Hobbies: music, tennis, and laboratory work in chemistry . . . Ambition is to be a re- search chemist . . . College: Northeastern. 8 Leston Street, Mattapan ROBERT J. MELLYN " Bob " Saint Joseph ' s School Commanded a company in mili- tary drill (3) ... commissioned captain in the 1st Regiment (4) . . . honor work in all subjects (3) ... Hobbies: photography and dancing . . . Ambition is to win distinction in aeronautical engineering . . . College: M.I.T. 23 Alpine Street, Roxbury ALFRED J. MICKIEWICZ " Mickey " Saint Mary ' s School Record representative ( 1 ) . . . Record business staff (4) . . . room captain (1) ... glee club (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: foot- ball, swimming, hockey, and music . . . Ambition is to study music as a profession . . . Col- lege: New England Conserva- tory of Music. 7 Whittemore Terrace, Dorchester ERNEST J. MILAN! " Ernie " William E, Russell School Honor work in history (1) . . . room councilor (2) ... honor average in English (3) ... pa- trol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: chemistry and music . . . Ambi- tion is to succeed in civil en- gineering . . . College: M.I.T. 41 East Cottage Street, Dorchester CARL S. MILLER " Carley " Solomon Lewenberg School Patrol staff (2 and 4) . . . honor work in bookkeeping (2) ... lieutenant ' s commission (4) . . . Hobbies: baseball, chemistry, and stamp collecting . . . Ambi- tion is to be an accountant . . . Will attend either Bentley School of Accounting or Bryant and Stratton Commercial School. 21 Wilcock Street, Dorchester DAVID E. MILLER " Dave " Frank V. Thompson School . ' viation club (2) ... chess club (3) ... cafeteria patrol (3) ... patrol staff (4), lieutenant . . . Hobbies: baseball, hockey, and swimming . . . Ambition is to be competent in aeronautical en- gineering . . . College: M.I.T. 55 West Selden Street, Mattapan JOSEPH H. MILLER " Joe " Patrick T. Campbell School Patrol staff (3 and 4), lieuten- ant (4) ... room athletic cap- tain (4) . . . basketball squad (4) . . . Hobbies: basketball, baseball, and football . . . .4m- bition is to be an air condition- ing and refrigeration engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 90 Devon Street, Roxbury NEIL F. MILLER " Moose " Thomas A. Edison School Football squad (2) . . . room athletic captain (3) ... discus- sion club ... Hobbies: foot- ball, baseball, and basketball . . . Ambition is to study chemi- cal engineering . . . College: Yale. 4S Nottinghill Road, Brighton JOSEPH N. MISCIOSCIA " Joe " William Blackstone School Aviation club (2) ... current events club (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) ... Hobbies: basket- ball, wrestling, and football . . . Ambition: to succeed in business . . . Will probably attend a business school. 83 Poplar Street, Boston JOHN F. MONAHAN " Jack " Robert Gould Shaw School Honors in mathematics (2) and in French (3) ... football squad (3 and 4) . . . hockey squad (3 and 4) . . . picture commit- tee (4) . . . Hobbies: football, hockey, and baseball . . . Ambi- tion: a business career . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 168 Beach Street, Roslindale EUGENE J. MOORE " Curly " Saint Thomas Aquinas School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (1 and 2) . . . libra- ry corps (1 and 2) . . . Record representative (1) ... student council (2) ... lieutenant (4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (1) . . . Hobby: sports . . . Ambi- tion: to be a lawyer . . . Col- lege: Boston University. 95 Jamaica Street, Jamaica Plain THOMAS H. MORAN " Tom " Thomsa A. Edison School Current events club (2) ... aviation club (2) ... patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: fishing, sailing, hockey, and swimming . . . Ambition is to specialize in aeronautics . . . College: Boston College. 34 Hardwick Street, Brighton ANTHONY G. MORELLI " Red " Donald McKay School Record representative (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) ... tank corps (3), as one of Ke ' s swim- mers at the " Y " pool . . . Hob- by: model airplane building . . . Ambition is to study music and become a professional pianist and choral director . . . College: New England Conservatory of Music. 23 Dver .Avenue, Everett EUGENE Y. MOROZ " Gene " James P. Timilty School Football team (4) . . . honor man in mathematics (2) . . . patrol staff (3) ... room cap- tain (3) . . . Hobbies: swim- ming and football . . . Ambition is to lead a most interesting life . . . College: Tufts. 85 Rowe Street, Roslindale Dl ' NCAN E. MORRILL • ' £. Duke " Winthrop High School Entered E. H. S. from Winthrop High on September 14, 1944 . . . honor average (3) in mathema- tics, physics, and German . . . leader of mass calisthenics (3) . . . captain ' s commission (4) . . . Hobbies: classical music, danc- ing, and ( ' . ' ; belles fenimes . . . Ambition: to be an officer in the Corps of Engineers, U. S. .A. . . . College: West Point. 7 Goodwin Place, Boston WENDELL A. MORRISON " Morry " Prince School Honor averages in Spanish (1 and 2) ... A in Spanish (2), and in French (2 and 3) ... Lawrence prize for fidelity and deportment (3) ... Hobbies: radio programs and concert music . . . Ambition: to repre- sent an American business firm in foreign trade . . . College: Boston University. .50 Claremont Park, Boston WILLIAM P. MORRISSEY " Billie " Saint Mary ' s School Patrol staff (3) ... room coun- cilor (4) . . . individual prize drill winner (2) . . . Hobbies: stamp collecting, swimming, baseball, and football . . . Am- bition is to be a lawyer . . . College: Boston College. IS Prospect Street, Charlestown EUGENE J. MIIDARI " Gene " Rice School Honor average in mathematics (1) ... tennis team (2) ... patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: baseball, hockey, and football . . . Ambition: to play profes- sional football . . . College: Bos- ton College. 33 Union Park Street, Boston ROBERT I. MULKERN " Mid " Washington Irving School Military drill commission as first lieutenant (4) . . . patrol staff (3) . . . chess club (2) . . . Hobbies: pool, stamp collecting and swimming . . . Ambition is toward a business career . . . College: Boston College. 137 Poplar Street, Roslindale JOHN C. MIJLLIN " Mull " Saint William ' s School Honor work in mathematics (1) . . . room captain (2) ... patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: swim- ming, baseball, and dancing . . . Ambition: to be a success in life . . . College: Boston College. 27 Thornlev Street, Dorchester RAYMOND W. MURPHY " Murph " Lewis School Honor work in French (2) ... room athletic captain (2) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies are drawing and writing . . . Ambi- tion is to be a lawyer . . . Col- lege: Boston College, and then to Harvard Law School. 2 Rochdale Street, Roxbury ROBERT L. MURPHY JOHN P. MULDOON " Jack " Public Latin School, Grades VH and VIII Commissioned as first lieutenant in Company S of the famous 1st Regiment . . . patrol staff (3) . . . Hobbies: baseball, football, and hockey . . . Ambition is to be a professional baseball player . . . College choice: Holy Cross. 35 Bushnell Street, Dorchester " Bob " Saint Francis Xavier School Football squad (2, 3, and 4) ; captain of football (4), selected for all-interscholastic tackle po- sition by all metropolitan news- paper sport writers in 1945 . . . hockey standout (4) ... Hob- bies: sports . . . Ambition is to be a teacher-coach . . . College: Holy Cross. 559 Hyde Park .Avenue, Roslindale ARTHUR J. MURRAY " Archie " John Andrew School Honor roll (1 )with an A° in clerical practice . . . honor work (2) in mathematics . . . C. Y. O. baseball . . . Hobbies: sports and the outdoor life . . . Ambi- tion is for a business career . . . College: Burdett ' s or Boston University C. B. A. 8 Napier Park, Dorchester KEVORK V. NAHABEDIAN " Naha " James P. Timilty School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor averages in English, his- tory, German, and physics (3) . . . Record representative and room captain (3) ... Hobby: sleeping . . . Ambition is to get into some type of research work . . . College: M. I. T. 19 Newark Street, Roxbury SAMUEL J. NARDONE " Sam " Dearborn School Patrol staff (3) . . . cafeteria corps (4) . . . aviation club (1 and 2) . . . Hobbies: skating, dancing, and football . . . Am- bition is to study medicine . . . College preference is for Har- vard. 2 Dearborn Street, Roxbury MICHAEL A. NATOLA " Mike " Michelangelo School Honor roll (2 and 3) with an A in bookkeeping and an A in economic geography (2) ... Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) . . . C. Y. O. basketball and baseball . . . Park Department basketball . . . Hob- bies: sports . . . Ambition: to succeed in business . . . College: Boston Uni versity. 10 Margaret Street, Boston VINCENT J, NAVARRO " Jim " William Blackstone School Honor roll (2) ... patrol staff (3) ... golf team (2) ... avia- tion club (2) ... Hobbies: foot- ball, baseball, and track . . . Ambition is to become a profes- sional musician . . . College choice has not been made as yet. 61 Auburn Street, Boston EDWARD NEITERMAN " Eddie " Thomas .■X. Edison School Record contributor (4) . . . track squad (4) ... patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: track, basket- ball, hockey, and football . . . Ambition is to be a successful business man . . . College: Northeastern University. 53 Radnor Road, Brighton IRA NEITERMAN " Ira " Thomas . . Edison School Track squad (2 and 3) . . . track letterman (3) . . . Record sports writer (4) . . . Hobbies: baseba ll, track, and football . . . Ambition is to be a success in life . . . College: Northeastern University. 53 Radnor Road, Brighton HENRY N. NELSON " . ellie " Mary E. Curley School Honor averages in English, Latin, and mathematics (2), and in English (3) . . . Hobbies: hiking, camping, and woodcraft . . . Ambition is to be an army offi- cer .. . College: Norwich Mili- tary University. 214 Chestnut Avenue, Jamaica Plain JULIUS S. NEWMAN " Newk " Frank V. Thompson School Honor roll, all subjects (2) . . . honor averages in mathematics, American history, and in Eng- lish (3) . . . Hobby: discus- sing politics . . . Ambiiion: to become a labor leader . . . Col- lege: Boston University. 9S Callender Street, Dorchester JOHN J. NICHOLSON " Nick " Our Lady of Lourdes School Aviation club (1 and 2) . . . patrol s aff (3) ... cafeteria corps (4) ... Hobbies are hunt- ing, fishing, and football . . . Ambiiion is to be a success in business . . . College: Boston College . 58 Forest Hills Street, Jamaica Plain JAMES F. NORTON, JR. " Jim " Robert Gould Shaw School Entered English High School in September, 1944, from Roslin- dale High School . . . honor av- erage in bookkeeping (.5) ... Hobbies: baseball, track, and football . . . Ambition: to be successful in a worthwhile life ' s work . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 11 Virgil Road, West Roxbury JAMES J. O ' BRIEN " Jimmie " Patrick T. Campbell School Honor avera- e in mathematics (2 ). . . patrol staff (.?) . . . aviation club (2) ... Hobbies: football, cruisin " ; the corridors, and baseball . . . Ambition is to make good in the business world . . . College preference is Notre Dame. 49 Hamilton Street, Dorchester JOHN W. O ' BRIEN " Jack " Robert Gould Shaw School Honor work in English (2) . . . senior picture committee (4) . . . camera club (3 and 4) . . . room captain (2) ... lieutenant in military drill (4) . . . Hob- bies: swimming, dancing, and baseball . . . Ambition is to suc- ceed in advertising. College: Boston University C. B. A. 145 Bellevue Street, West Roxbury PAUL F. O ' BRIEN " Obie " Woodrow Wilson School Room councilor (3) ... active in C. Y. O. basketball . . . ser- geant in military drill (3) ... Hobby: working on his car . . . Ambition is to be a teacher . . . College: Boston College. 191 Milton Street, Dorchester WILLIAM H. O ' BRIEN " Bill " Thomas N. Hart School Member of the exhibition drill squad . . . cadet lieutenant . . . Hobbies: football, baseball, and track . . . Ambi:ion: to study medicine . . . College: Tufts. 279 Centre Street, Dorchester EDWARD J. O ' CONNOR " Ed " Saint Peter ' s School " Ed " attended Boston College High School prior to coming to English High on February 7, 1945 . . . patrol staff (4) ' . . . Hobbies: swimming, tennis, base- ball, and football . . . Ambition is to obtain a thorough educa- tion . . . College: Boston Uni- versity. 59 Tonawanda Street, Dorchester WILLIAM J. O ' CONNOR " Okie " Washington Irving School Assistant manager of baseball (2) ... plays C. Y. O. baseball and basketball . . . Hobbies: hockey and swimming . . . .4 m;- bition is to be a success in busi- ness . . . College: Undecided. 149 Cummings Highway, Roslindale WILLIAM C. O ' DONNELL " O ' Dee " William E. Russell School Student Council (2) ... room captain (4) ... hockey (2) ... baseball (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: football, baseball, and hockey . . . Ambition is to succeed in life . . . College: Boston College. 21 ' ; Mount Vernon Street, Dorchester RICHARD H. OESCHGER " Dick " William H. Taft School Honor roll (2) ... honor work in mathematics and physics, in English and United States his- tory (3) ... Hobbies: art, swimming, and baseball ... Am- bition is to become an architect . . . College: M.I.T. 11 Boardsley Terrace, Brighton THOMAS J. O ' KEEFE " Oke " Robert Gould Shaw School Record editor-in-chief (4) . . . Blue and Blue editorial board (4) ... honor roll (2), with an A in English . . . honors (3) in English, Latin, physics, and American history . . . Lawrence Prize winner in English (3) ... track (2, 3, and 4) . . . Law- rence Prize for fidelity and de- portment (2) ... College: Bos- ton College. 17 Cotuit Street, West Roxbury - , -• -.■■■». JAMES A. O ' MALLEY " Jimmy " Washington Irving School Basketball (2, 3, and 4) . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hob- bies: football, baseball, and basketball . . . Ambition: to be a civil engineer . . . College: Northeastern. 922 Canterbury Street, Roslindale GEORGE ORENSTEIN " G. 0 " Lewis School Current events club (2) . . . Record representative (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . outside ac- tivities include Y. M. H. A. club activities . . . Hobbies: base- ball and football . . . .Ambition: to become a journalist . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 56 Hollander Street, Roxbury JERE G. ORENSTEIN " Jere " Solomon Lewenberg School Tennis team (4) . . . track (4) . , . honor roll (2) . . . honor work (3) in English, Latin, and .American history . . . Hobbies: dancing, tennis, and baseball . . . .Ambition: to be successful in business . . . College: Dart- mouth. 6 Evelyn Street, Mattapan LESTER M. OSHRY " Les " Solomon Lewenberg School . viation club (2) . . . chess club (3) . . . discussion club (3) ... Hobbies: baseball, hockey, and swimming . . . .Ambition: to be- come an orthodontist . . . Col- lege: Tufts. 24 Hazelton Street. Mattapan SAUL Z. OSHRY " Sauly " Solomon Lewcnberg School Honor averages (2) in English and French . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: football, basketball, and swimming . . . Ambition: to become a physi- cian . . . College: Harvard. 24 Hazelton Street, Mattapan CARMINE G. PAGLIA " Carmy " Saint Mary ' s School Honor work in English (1 and 2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) ... discussion club (3) ... Hobbies: dancing and sports . . . Ambi- tion: to be a success in business . . . College: Boston University C. B. A. 20 Thacher Street, Boston EUGENE PALANDRO " Wilkie " Blackinton School Record representative (1) . . . outside activities include work as manager of the St. Lazarus C. Y. O. football team, confer- ence champs in ' 45- ' 46 . . . Hob- by: reading in fields of history and government . . . Ambition: to become a lawyer . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 12 Antrim Street, East Boston JAMES C. PAPPIS " Jim my " Martin School Track (2, 3, and 4), and a mem- ber of the E. H. S. State Cham- pionship Relay Team of 1945 . . . honors in history and mathematics (A ) (1); in French and mathematics (2) ; and in all subjects (3) with an A° in French and an A in mathematics . . . Ambition: to be a chemist . . . College: M.I.T. 10 Longwood Terrace, Boston ROBERT M. F ' ARISII " Bob " Saint Anthony ' s School Room captain (1) ... track (1, 2, 3, and 4) . . . room councilor (3) ... lieutenant, patrol staff (4) . . . honor roll (1) . . . honors in French and mathema- tics (2), and in American his- tory, Latin, and English (3) ... Hobby: collecting old coins . . . Ambition: to be a successful lawyer . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 129 Bigelow Street, Brighton GEORGE R. PAUL " Gitch " Abraham Lincoln School . viation club (2) ... honor work in English (2) ... dis- cussion club (3) ... Hobbies: basketball and dancing . . . Am- bition: to succeed in life . . . College: Massachusetts State. 29 Concord Square, Boston PETER A. PELLECHIA " Pete " Donald McKay School Record representative (2) . . . camera club (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . honor work in French (2) ... Hobby: riding thor- oughbred race horses . . . Ambi- tion: to be a Navy officer . . . College choice not made as yet. 208 Maverick Street, East Boston FRANCIS A. PELLEGRINO " Pelly " Edward Everett School Room councilor (2) ... current events club (2) . . . cafeteria patrol (3) ... Hobbies: swim- ming, skating, and baseball . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College preferred is M.LT. 74 . ukland Street, Dorchester EDWARD L. PENN " Penny " Lewis School Honor averages in English and French {!)... Hobbies: pho- tography, skating, horseback riding . . . Ambition: to be an eminent physician, perhaps a brain surgeon . . . College: Tufts. 7 Copeland Street, Roxbury RICHARD W. PERRON " Dick " Saint Augustine ' s School Staff officer (4) . . . honors (1) in English, civics, French, and mathematics . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) with an A° in bookkeeping . . . honor grade in French (3) ... Hobbies: piano and chess . . . Ambition: to study engineering . . . College: Holy Cross. 110 Mercer Street, South Boston EDWARD G. PICARDI " Picky " Michelangelo School Current events club (2) ... Record representative (i) ... honor work in English (2) ... Hobbies: swimming, construct- ing model airplanes . . . Ambi- tion: to be a successful business executive . . . College: North- eastern. 7 Prince Street, Boston CORBETT S. PITTMAN " Pitt " Washington Irving School Boston Public Schools Sym- phony Band (2, 3, and 4) . . . drum and bugle corps (2 and .5) . . . football, assistant manager (2 and 3) ... honor grades in physics and mathematics (2 and 3) ... Hobbies: hiking and camping . . . Ambition: to play in the Marine Band in Wash- ington, D. C. 9 Littledale Street, Roslindale EDWARD S. PLATEK " Eddie " William Blackstone School Lieutenant on the patrol staff (4) . . . outside activities in- clude sports teams of the West End House . . . transferred in ' 44 from Boston Technical . . . Hobbies: athletic games . . . Ambition: to enter the United States . rmy. 134 Brighton Street, Boston FRANCIS G. POITRAST " Frank " Prince School Individual prize drill (1) ... aviation club (2) ... honor roll, all subjects (2) . . . patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: theatre, read- ing, sports . . . Ambition: to be a lawyer . . . College: Boston College. 21 Dalton Street, Boston GEORGE POLSON " Gigi " William Blackstone School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . cur- rent events club (2) ... camera club (3) ... Hobbies: photog- raphy and sports . . . Ambition: to be a commercial photographer . . . Intends to enter business. 84 West Cedar Street, Boston BENJAMIN A. POTO " Ben " Michelangelo School Honor averages (2) in English and French . . . chess club (3) . . . Record representative (4) . . . Hobbies: fnodel plane building; reading in the field of economics . . . Ambition: to be a successful businessman . . . May attend business school. 294 Hanover Street, Boston ROBERT J. PRESKENIS " Pres " Robert Gould Shaw School Honor grades (3) in American history and in English . . . dis- cussion club (3) ... science club (4) . . . Hobbies: swim- ming, bowling, automobile . . . Ambition: to study medicine . . . College: Boston College. 439 Weld Street, West Roxbury LOUIS E. PRIOR " Curly " William H. Taft School Football squad (3 and 4) . . . baseball squad (3 and 4) . . . aviation club (2) ... glee club (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: baseball, football, and hockey . . . Ambition: to succeed in the legal profession . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 244 Kelton Street, Allston STEPHEN A. PULEO " Steve " Mary E. Curley School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honors in English and Latin (3) . . . basketball letter man (3) and 4), and football letter man (3) . . . Hobbies: swimming and diving . . . Ambition is to succeed in the insurance business . . . College: Springfield. 36 Bromley Park, Jamaica Plain JOHN A. RAFFERTY " Jack " Prince School Honor grades (3) in English, history, German, and physics . . . Lawrence Prize in fidelity and deportment (3) ... A. A. office staff (4) . . . Ambition is to be an aeronautical engineer . . . College: M.LT. 11 A Dalton Street, Boston HENRY F. REGAN " Hank Nantucket Grammar School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (1) ... honor grades in history (1) and in French (3) . . . basketball squad (3) and baseball (3) ... Hobbies: danc- ing, and all sports . . . Ambition: to own an enterprising pharma- cy .. . College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. 7 Pilsudski Way, South Boston BERTRAM RETTNER " Bert " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Orchestra (3 and 4) . . . tennis (3) ... honor grades (3) in mathematics, Latin, and French . . . patrol staff (3 and 4), cap- tain (4) . . .Hobbies: sports and music . . . Ambition: to be a psychiatrist . . . College: Uni- versity of New Hampshire. 28 Colborne Road, Brighton CONSTANTINE G. RHODES " Dusty " Theodore Roosevelt School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . sci- ence club (3) ... Hobbies: swimming and sailing . . . Am- bition: to be an engineer . . . College: Northeastern Univer- sity. 6 Ernst Street, Roxbury SUMNER RICE " A ' ; .s7 y " Patrick T. Campbell School Letterman in track (2) ... hon- or averages in Latin and Span- ish (2) . . . Hobbies: stagecraft and entertaining as a comedian . . . Ambition: to be an instruc- tor in physical education . . . College: Boston University. 114 Brunswick Street, Roxburv MARTIN L. RICH " Len " Frank V. Thompson School Lieutenant, patrol staff (4) . . . honors in all subjects (2), with an A in English and an A in German . . . honor roll (3) with an A° in American history and with the Lawrence Prize award in history of commerce . . . Hobbies: singing and acting . . . Ambition: to be a big business magnate . . . College: Boston University. lis Maxwell Street, Dorchester PAUL F. RICHARDSON " Richy " Saint Peter ' s School Honor grade in mathematics (1) . . . member of student council (1) . . . football (3 and 4) , . . patrol staff (3) ... room cap- tain (4) ... Hobbies: baseball, football, swimming . . . Ambi- tion: to win a college degree . . . College: Boston College. 40 Norton Street, Dorchester MORRIS RICHMAN " Moe " Frank V. Thompson School Honor averages in mathematics (2) and in English and physics (3) . . . patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: radio and dramatics . . . Ambition: to be an en- gineer . . . College: Northeastern. 85 Ballou Avenue, Dorchester GERALD R. RILEY " Jerry " Saint Raphael ' s School Honor averages (1) in English, mathematics, and history . . . Lawrence Prize (2) for fidelity and deportment . . . Record representative (3) . . . room captain (2 and 3) . . . hockey letterman (3 and 4) . . . Hob- bies: sports . . . Ambition: to be a " pro " hockey player . . . Col- lege: M.LT. 98 Safford Street, Hyde Park AMEDEO R. RISTI " Richie " Fitton School Patrol staff (3) ... aviation club (1 and 2) . . . honor work (2) in economic geography . . . Hob- by: model airplane building . . . Ambition: to be a business exec- utive . . . College: Boston Uni- versity, C. B. A. 228 Havre Street, East Boston JAMES W. RONAN " Red " Saint Patrick ' s School Football squad (3 and 4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (1) ... baseball team (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: playing and watching baseball, football, or hockey . . . Ambition: to be a sports-writer . . . College: Boston College. 281 Dudlev Street, Roxbury JOHN C. RONAN " Johnny " Saint Patrick ' s School " Johnny " has concentrated on his studies, so that he is com- pleting the diploma require- ments in three years instead of the usual four years from Grade Vni . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition: to be a success in business . . . College: Boston University, C. B. A. 281 Dudlev Street, Roxburv JOHN A. ROSA " A ' ( Mks " Michelangelo School Patrol staff (3) . . . aviation club (2) . . . Record representa- tive (3) . . . Hobby: dancing . . . Ambition: to organize a " big-time " dance hand . . . Col- lege choice undecided. 33 Snow Hill Street, Boston MANUEL ROSENFIELD " Rosy " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Honor work in French and Ger- man (2), and in American his- tory (3) ■ . . track (3) . . . baseball (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: athletics, chess, and travel . . . Ambition: to be a dental surgeon . . . College: Boston College and Tufts Den- tal. 7 Kensington Park, Roxbury EUGENE M. ROSSMAN " Buddy " William H. Taft School Honor averages in French, mathematics, and history (3) . . . room councilor (3) ... Record representative (3) ... Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: travel, chem- istry, sports . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College: M. I. T. 132 Glenville Avenue, Allston RICHARD ROSSMAN " Dick " Frank V. Thompson School Camera club (4) ... Record photographer (4) . . . honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor aver- ages (3) in physics and mathe- matics . . . Hobby: p ' otograpliy . . . Ambition: to own a com- mercial studio . . . College: Northeastern. 81 Willowwood Street, Dorchester SHELDON W. ROTHMAN " Sheldy " Frank V. Thompson School Basketball squad (3) ... honor grades (2) in English and mathe- matics . . . Hobbies: bird study, stamps, and social activities . . . Ambition: to be a chemical en- gineer . . . College: Northeastern. 8 Astoria Street, Dorchester ALBERT J. ROY " A I " Saint Patrick ' s School Honor roll, all subjects (1) . . . honor work in mathematics and Knglish (2) and in English and in history (3) ... assistant man- ager of basketball (3) . . . manager of track (4) ... Hob- bies: water sports . . . Ambition: to be veterinarian . . . College: Cornell. 17 Kearsarge Avenue, Roxbury EDWIN H. RUBIN " Eddie " Frank V. Thompson School Honor roll, all subjects (2) ... honor work in English, Latin, and history (3) ... library corps (2, 3, and 4) . . . basketball (2) . . . band, drum major (4) . . . head cheerleader (4) . . . basket- ball manager (4) ... Record business manager (4) ... senior committees . . . Ambition: suc- cess in advertising . . . College: Tufts. 223 Callender Street, Dorchester JOSEPH RUBIN " Joe " Thomas A. Edison School Patrol staff (4) ... Record rep- resentative (2 and 4) . . . Hob- bies: swimming and fishing . . . Ambition: to be a pharmacist . . . College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy. 145 Chiswick Road, Brighton WILLIAM L. RULL " Bill " Oliver Hazard Perry School Honor grades (I) in English, civics, and clerical practice, and (3) in commercial law . . . pa- trol staff (3) ... lieutenant in military drill (4) . . . Hobbies: all sports . . . Ambition: to be a lawyer . . . College: Harvard. 663 East Seventh Street, South Boston JAMES W. RYAN " Jim " Thomas A. Edison School Aviation club (2) ... Record representative (3) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: hockey and swimming . . . Ambition to be a writer . . . College Columbia University, School o Journalism. 80 Sutherland Road, Brighton JOHN J. RYAN, JR. " Jack " Grover Cleveland School Prom committee (4) ... honor work in all subjects (2) . . . honors in Latin (3) ... Record representative (3) ... room councilor (3) ... Hobby: danc- ing . . . Ambition: to be an in- surance underwriter . . . Col- lege: Boston College. 34 Mount Ida Road, Dorchester HAROLD S. SACHS " Hal " Andrew Jackson School Record and Blue and Blue photography staffs (4) . . . cam- era club (4) ... discussion club (4) . . . Hobbies: photography, stamp collecting, hockey . . . Ambition: to be a graphic arts expert . . . College: Columbia University. 11 Carol Avenue, Brighton FRANCIS A. SAIA " Frank " Saint Rita ' s School Record representative (2) . . . aviation club (2) ... patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: basket- ball, hockey, and swimming . . . Ambition: to succeed in business . . . College: Northeastern. 45 Thorndike Street, Roxburv CI SEYMOUR SALETT " Sey " Frank V. Thompson School Record business staff (2, 3, and 4) . . . captain in military drill (4) . . . cheerleader (4) ... Hobby: saxophone . . . Ambi- tion: to succeed in advertising . . . College: Boston University. 49 Jones . venue. Dorchester NORMAN S. SARANOVITZ " Normy " Solomon Lewenberg School Honor averages (2) in mathe- matics and Latin . . . patrol staff (4) . . . room captain (3) ... intra-mural basketball (3) ... Hobby: drawing . . . Ambition: commercial art . . . College: Massachusetts School of Art. 30 Evelyn Street, Mattapan LESTER SAROFF " Les " Solomon Lewenberg School Room councilor (2) . . . patrol staff (3) ... treasurer of Hecht House Youth Council . . . Hob- bies: photography and stamp collecting . . . Ambition: to qualify as a C. P. A. . . . Col- lege: Boston University. 6 Estella Street, Mattapan RAY M. SCHACHT " Ray " Dearborn School Glee club (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Record rep- resentative (3) . . . Hobbies: music and football . . . Ambi- tion is to become a civil en- gineer . . . College: Northeastern. 11 Blue Hill .Avenue, Roxburv STEPHEN P. SCHEELE " Pete " Robert Gould Shaw School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . hon- ors in American history (.5) ... Record representative (4) . . . Hobbies: fishing and hunting, baseball, swimming . . . Ambi- tion: to be a successful busi- nessman . . . College: Boston University. 68 Maple Street, West Roxbury GREGORY J. SCHIPANI " Skippy " Michelangelo School Honor roll (2 and 3) with an A in French, an A° in Ameri- can history, and an A in Latin . . . Lawrence Prize in Latin (2) . . . Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) . . . Ambi- tion: to obtain a good education . . . College: Boston College. 3 Unity Street, Boston MALCOLM SCHNEIDER " Mai " Woodrow Wilson School Orchestra (4) . . . golf team (3) . . . track (4) . . . band (2, 3, and 4), captain (4) ... honors in English (2 and 3) . . . Hobby: music, especially orchestral . . . Ambition: to be a journalist . . . College: Boston University. 31 Mora Street, Dorchester NATHAN N, SCHWARTZ " Nat " Frank V. Thompson School " Nat " transferred from Dorches- ter High School at the begin- ning of his junior year . . . Hobby is building model air- planes . . . Ambition is to be an engineer . . . College: North- eastern. 119 Lucerne Street, Dorchester ANTHONY W. SCOLA " Tony " Saint John ' s School Honors (1) in history, French, and mathematics (A ' ), and in Latin (A°), French, and mathematics (2) ; honor work also in German (3) ... ac- tive in C. Y. O. baseball . . . Ambition is to be a research chemist . . . College: Worces- ter Polytechnic Institute. 242 North Street, Boston ANTHONY J. SCOLARO " Skully " Michelangelo School Honors in English, mathematics (A ) and bookkeeping (2), and in English and physics (3) ... C. Y. O. basketba ' ll . . . Hob- bies: baseball, football, and basketball . . . Ambition is to make headway in business . . . College: Bryant and Stratton. 130 Salem Street, Boston NORMAN A. SCOTCH " Scotty " Solomon Lewenberg School Ace hockey reporter on the Record staff . . . honor grades in history and in mathematics (2) ... drum and bugle corps individual prize winner (3) ... experienced actor on the profes- sional stage . . . Ambition is to have his name " in lights " . . . College: New England Conser- vatory of Music. 16 Wilcock Street, Dorchester FRANK R. SEIFER " Frankie " Frank V. Thompson School Lunch patrol (3 and 4) . . . honor roll (2) with an A in Latin . . . honor grades (3) in English, history, mathematics, and physics (A°), with the Law- rence Prize in mathematics . . . Ambition: to be a civil engineer . . . College: Harvard. 124 Lucerne Street, Dorchester MAURICE I. SEIFER " Matirie " Frank V. Thompson School Honor roll, all subjects (2) with an A in Latin and an A in mathematics . . . honor roll (3) with an A in American history and an A° in physics . . . Hob- bies: tennis and swimming . . . Ambition is to be a research chemist . . . College: Harvard. 124 Lucerne Street, Dorchester HENRY J. SENNOTT " Senny " Holy Trinity School Henry came to us as a transfer from the Mission High School . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Record representative (4) ... Hobbies: ice skating, singing . . . Ambi- tion: to succeed in the radio in- dustry . . . College: Boston Col- lege. 834 Huntington Avenue, Boston JOSEPH M. SERINO " Joe " Donald McKay School Honor averages in French (2) and in mathematics (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Hob- bies: art and leather craft . . . Ambition: to excel in commer- cial art . . . Will attend Massa- chusetts School of Art. 181 Webster Street, East Boston PAUL X. SESSLER " Paul " Saint Patrick ' s School Record representative (3) . . . aviation club (2) ... honors in English (1) and in mathematics and bookkeeping (2) . . . Hob- bies: sports and electricity . . . Ambition: to be an electrical en- gineer . . . College: Northeastern, 44 Hastings Street, West Roxbury RICHARD W. SHANE " Dick " Solomon Lewenberg School Cafeteria patrol (3 and 4) . . . aviation club (2) ... Hobbies: football, track, and baseball . . . Ambition: to own a wholesale and retail shoe business . . . College: Boston Universitv, C. B. A. 48 Goodale Road, Mattapan ROBERT D. SHANLEY " Bob " Woodrow Wilson School Honor averages (2 and 3) in English and Spanish ; also in French (2) and in American his- tory (3) ... Lawrence Prize in drawing (2) ... military com- mission (4) ... Hobbies: hockey, swimming, and football . . . Am- bition: to be a geologist . . . College: Colorado School of Mines. 26 Harley Street, Dorchester EZRIEL A. SHAPIRO " icy- Jordan Junior High School, Lewiston, Maine Chess club (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Boston Public Schools Symphony Orchestra (4) . . . Ambition: to be a research chemist in industrv . . . College: MIT. 99 Waumbeck Street, Roxbury HERBERT SHAPIRO " Herb " Frank " . Thompson School Honor roll, all subjects (2) . . . honor averages (3) in English, ph sics, and mathematics, with an . in physics . . . Hobbies: photography and readings in science . . . Ambition: to be a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston University. 38 Jones Avenue, Dorchester MARTIN W. SHAPIRO " Bill " Solomon Lewenberg School Patrol staff (3) ... aviation club Record representative Hobbies: radio and (2) . • creative writing . . . Ambition: to be a novelist . . . College: Boston University. 12 Courtland Road, Mattapan ROBERT S. SHEA " Sheaso " Saint Ann ' s School Honor roll, all subjects (1) ... honors in English, German, and mathematics (2), and in mathe- matics and physics (3) ... Lawrence prizes (1 and 3) for fidelity and deportment . . . Li- brary corps (1, 2, and 3) . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College: M. L T. 11 Spaulding Square, Dorchester SIDNEY SHNEIDER " Sid " Frank V. Thompson School Record representative (2) . . . camera club (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: coin collecting and pho- tography . . . Ambition: to suc- ceed as a research chemist . . . College: Northeastern. 9 Balsam Street, Dorchester CHARLES SILK " Chuck " Solomon Lewenberg School Tennis team (3) ... Double A in co-operation (3) from the Head Master . . football letter- man (4) . . Hobbies: photog- raphy and stamp collecting . . . Ambition: to succeed in busi- ness . . . College: University of Pennsylvania. 49 Hazelton Street, Mattapan EUGENE A. SILVERIO " Gene " Rice School Honor work in mathematics and in Spanish (2) ... patrol staff (.5) . . . Hobby: photography Ambition: to be a business exec- utive . . . College: Harvard. 1148 Washington Street, Boston JOSEPH A. SILVERIO " Joe " Rice School Room councilor (2) . . . stu- dent council (3) ... Record business staff (1, 2, and 3) . . . Honors in French (1 and 2), in Latin (2) and in English (3) ... Hobby: photography . . . Am- bition: to be a physician . . . College: Yale. 1148 Washington Street, Boston ANTHONY C. SIMBOLI " Tony " Michelangelo School Room councilor (3) ... Record representative (3) ... Hobbies: collecting coins and modeling ships and planes . . . Ambition: to study medicine . . . College preferred: Yale. 247 Hanover Street, Boston JOHN F. SIMIONE " Jackie " Donald McKay School Aviation club (2) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . honor average in mathematics (2) ... Hobbies: howling and dancing . . . Ambi- tion: to study medicine . . . College: Tufts. 106 Webster Street, East Boston HARVEY SIMON " Harv " Frank V. Thompson School Baseball squad (3) ... patrol staff (4) . . . honors in all sub- jects (2) ... honors in English, German, and history (3) ... Hobby: athletics . . . Ambition: to be an engineer . . . College: Tufts. 73 Stratton Street, Dorchester ISADORE A. SIMON " Izzy " William Blackstone School Honor averages in economic geography (2) and bookkeeping (A ), and in commercial law, bookkeeping, history, English, and physics (3) . . . Hobby: ping-pong . . . Ambition: to be a sports writer . . . Will attend business college. 27 Ealon Street, Boston HERBERT SKALSKY " Herbie " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Honor work in German (2) in English (2 and 3) in American history and in physics (3) . . . Hobbies: chess, athletics, and writing . . . Ambition: to be a C. P. A. . . . College: Boston University. 224 Seaver Street, Roxbury EDWARD J. SKRZYPINSKI " Skrip " Woodrow Wilson School Aviation club (1 and 2) . . . honor grade in physics (3) ... Hobbies: radio and aeronautics . . . Ambition: to be an aeronau- tical engineer . . . Will study at one of the leading flight schools. 3 Stockton Street, Dorchester DAVID SLATE " Dave " William Blackstone School Patrol staff (4) . . . honors in all subjects (2) ... honors in .American history (3) ... Hob- by: sports . . . Ambition: to be a pharmacist . . . College: Mas- sachusetts College of Pharmacy. 28 Phillips Street, Boston THEODORE J. SLILATY " Ted " Rice School Current events club (1 and 2) . . . honors in mathematics (1 and 2) . . . Record representa- tive (3) ... Hobbies: dancing and sports . . . Ambition: to qualify as a C. P. A. . . . Will attend the Bentley School of .Ac- counting. 32 Sheridan Street, Jamaica Plain ARTHUR R. SMITH " Smitty " Mather School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . cafe- teria corps (3) . . . chess club (3) . . . Hobbies: baseball, foot- ball, and basketball . . . Ambi- tion: to succeed in business . . . Will attend business school. 75 Glendale Street, Dorchester ROY S. SMITH " Smitty " Mary E. Curley School Discussion club (3) ... patrol staff (3) ... honors in French and in American history (3) ... Hobbies: radio, sports, and mu- sic .. . Ambition: to succeed as an executive in business . . . College: Northeastern. 43 Boynton Street, Jamaica Plain SIDNEY N. SMOKLER " Normie " Thomas A. Edison School Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) ... honors in all subjects (2) ... honors in Eng- lish, Latin, and history (3) ... Hobby: photography . . . Ambi- tion: to make good in the busi- ness world . . . College: Harvard. 23 Bellvista Road, Brighton ROBERT J. SOLARI " Bob " Saint Lazarus School Patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . honor grades in mathematics and French (1) ... Hobby: collect- ing stamps, coins, and war relics . . . Ambition: to own his own business . . . College choice not definite as yet. 196 Gladstone Street, East Boston SHELDON SOOSMAN " Sheldy " Frank V. Thompson School Record representative (3) ... track squad (3) ... patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . honors in Ameri- can history (3) ... Hobbies: chess and checkers . . . Ambi- tion: to be a businessman . . . College: Boston University. lis Maxwell Street, Dorchester SAMUEL S. SOROTA " Sonny " Frank V. Thompson School Honors in English and Latin (2) and in physics (3) ... Record representative (3) ... Hobbies: playing the trumpet and build- ing model planes . . . Ambition: to studv medicine . . . College: Tufts. 37 West Selden Street, Mattapan ROBERT E. SPENCE " Bob " Saint Raphael ' s School Glee club (1 and 2) . . . track (1) ... aviation club (1 and 2) . . . winner in individual prize drill (3) ... Hobbies: hunting, fishing, and camping . . . Ambi- tion: to be a successful busi- nessman . . . Armed forces first and college later. 57 Austin Street, Hyde Park SUMNER SPERBERG " Spur " Frank V. Thompson School Patrol staff (3) . . . current events club (2 and 3) ... Hob- bies: sports, dancing, and music . . . Ambition: to make a name for himself in business . . . College: Boston University. 10 Woolson Street. Mattapan JORDAN D. SPIEGAL " Pinky " Solomon Lewenberg School Tennis team (3 and 4) . . . pa- honors in all . honors in mathematics, . . Hobbies: Ambition: to trol staff (4 subjects (2) . merican history and English (3) sports and art . . be an aeronautical engineer . . College: M.LT. 18 Deering Road, Mattapan LEONARD S. SPIESMAN " Len " Frank ' . Thompson School Room councilor (4) . . . honors in French and German (2), and in mathematics, physics, and American history (3) ... Hob- by: aeronautics . . . Ambition: to study engineering . . . Col- lege: M.LT. 55 Selden Street, Dorchester EUGE E G. SPURR " Gene " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Patrol staff (3) ... honors in English, French, and Latin (A°) . . . Hobbies: swimming, basket- ball, and football . . . Ambition to be a naval officer . . . College: Annapolis via the Navy. IIA Dalton Street, Boston FRANCIS G. STARRS " Frankie " Saint Joseph ' s School Aviation club (1) ... room councilor (2) ... honors in English, French, and German (2) . . . Hobbies: all sports . . . Ambition: to win a reputation in engineering . . . College: Northeastern. 14 Cedar Park, Roxbury WILLIAM R. STASIO " Bill " Boston College High School Glee club (2, 3, and 4) . . . Record contributor (4) ... honors in English (2) and mathematics (3) . . . Hobbies: art, violin, photography, and motion pictures . . . Ambition: to be an aeronautical engineer . . . College: M.I.T. 86 Eutaw Street, East Boston RICHARD G. STEARNS " Dick " Dearborn School Room athletic captain (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff (3) ... Hobby: playing the drums . . . Ambi- tion: to be a commercial artist . . . Will probably attend the Vesper George School of Art. 202 Dudley Street, Roxbury HERMAN M. STEIN " Shark " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Football, assistant manager (3) . . . track squad (3) ... switch- board operator (2) ... honor averages (2) in German and mathematics, and (3) in English . . . Hobby: track . . . Ambi- tion : to be a chemical engineer . . . College: Brown University. IV 2 Hillside Street, Roxburv JOSEPH A. SULLIVAN " Joe " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Honor work in mathematics and French (1) ... switchboard op- erator (1) ... Hobby: mechan- ics .. . Ambition: to study en- gineering . . . College: Boston College. 33 Farmington Road, West Roxburv GEORGE F. TACK " Tacky " Washington Irving School . wardcd the Head Master ' s double .A for co-operation (2) . . , patrol staff (3) . . . Hobby: photography . . . Ambition: to travel around the world . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 922 Canterburv Street, Roslindale GEORGE J. TARANTINO " Black- Saint .•Xnthony ' s School Honor work in clerical practice mathematics (2) events club (2) . football, baseball, ball . . . Ambition engineer . eastern. English and (1), and in . . . current . . Hobbies: and basket- to be a civil College: North- 15 Thacher Street. Boston RICHARD I. TARLIN " Rich " Thomas A. Edison School Record representative (2) . . . aviation club (2 and 3) . . . Hob- bies: sports and photography . . . Ambition : to be a success in business . . . College choice deferred. 101 Lanark Road, Brighton EARL P. TAYLOR " Early " Prince School Head Master ' s aide (4) with the rank of captain . . . honors in all subjects throughout E. H. S. career ... A in mathematics (2) ... library corps (2 and 3) . . . Lawrence Prize (2 and 3) for fidelity and deportment . . . Ambition: to major in science . . . College: Northeastern. 526 Newburv Street, Boston LAWRENCE E. TIERNEY " Larry " Robert Gould Shaw School Current events club (2) ... pa- trol staff (3) ... assistant man- ager of basketball (3) . . . Hob- bies: hunting and fishing . . . Ambition: to be an engineer in the American Bell System . . . College: Northeastern. 52S1 Washington Street, West Roxburv PETER J, TIRINNANZI " Pete " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Room athletic captain (2) . . . Record representative (3) ... honor grades in mathematics, history, and English (1) . . . Hobbies: baseball and hockey . . . Ambition: to study me- chanical engineering . . . Col- lege: Cornell. 24 Hubbardston Road, Dorchester ALAN D. TOBIN " Al " Solomon Lewenberg School Library corps (3) ... tennis team (3 and 4) . . . patrol staff (3 and 4), captain (4) ... honor roll (2), and honors in mathematics and physics (3) ... Hobbies: tennis and basketball . . . Ambition: to be a physi- cian . . . College: Tufts. 8 Westview Street, Dorchester JOHN TOPALIAN " Jack " Woodrow Wilson School .Aviation club (1) . . . camera club (2) ... discussion club (3) . . . Hobbies: swimming and model plane building . . . Ambi- tion: to be an officer in the U. S. Army Air Corps . . . Will attend a flight school. 47 Aspinwall Road, Dorchester LOUIS A. TOSCANO " Tusky " Michelangelo School Football squad (2) . . . leader in mass calisthenics (4) ... Hobbies: football, baseball, and basketball . . . Ambition: to open a business of his own . . . College: choice undecided yet. 91 Prince Street, Boston EDMUND TRAVERSO " Ned " Public Latin School, Grades VII and VIII Lawrence Prize (1) for fidelity and deportment . . . room coun- cilor (1 and 3) . . . glee club (1) . . . prom committee (4) . honors in English, history, mathematics, and Latin . . . Hobby: tennis . . . Ambition : t o win a college degree . . . Col- lege: University of California. . 8 Rosedale Street, Dorchester CARMEN J. TRINGALE " Tringie " Donald McKay School Honor roll, all subjects (2), with an A in Spanish . . . honor average in EnRlish (3) . . . Hobbies: hockey, basketball, and football . . . Amhiiion: to study architecture , . . College: North- eastern. 23S Everett Street, East Boston GUY J. VADALA " Biitch " Blackington School Patrol staff (4) with special sec- retarial work . . . honors in mathematics (1) ... Hobbies: dancing, swimming, and skating . . . Ambition: to be a business executive . . . College: Burdett. 40 Orient Avenue, East Boston NICHOLAS V. VALAVANIS " Nick " Lewis School Aviation club (2) . . . Record representative (3) ... cafeteria patrol (4) . . . Hobbies: s wim- ming, basketball, and photogra- phy . . . Ambition: to be an en- gineer . . . College: Northeast- ern. 27 Franconia Street, Dorchester JOHN C. VALLE " Chef Prince School " Chet " transferred from Boston College High at the start of hi third year . . . honor work in mathematics (3) . . . drum major, drum and bugle corji (4) . . . Hobbies: golf and danc- ing . . . Ambition: to stud medicine . . . College: Tufts. 315 Huntington . venue, Boston DAVID A. VARNERIN " Davy " Woodrovv Wilson School Lunch patrol (3) ... Record representative (4) ... Hobbies: sports and social activities .... Ambition: to own his own busi- ness . . . College: Boston College. 469 .■Xshmont Street, Dorchester LORENZO V. VENEZIA " Lemons " Michelangelo School Record representative (3) . . . honor grades (2) in bookkeep- ing and in economic geography, and (3) in American history, physics, and bookkeeping . . . Hobbies: all sports . . . Ambi- tion: to be a C. P. A. . . . Col- lege: Bentley. 40 Sheafe Street, Boston FRANKLIN N. VINICK " Hank " Patrick T. Campbell School Record business staff (1, 2, and 3) ... patrol staff (3) . . . discussion club (3) ... Hob- bies: sports and photography . . . Ambition: to succeed as a busi- nessman . . . College: Boston University. IQ Castlegate Road, Dorchester MICHAEL A. VIRUSSO " Mike " Michelangelo School .Aviation club (2) . . . lunch pa- trol (3) . . . Hobbies: football, basketball, swimming, and boat modeling . . . Ambition: to be a physician . . . College: Tufts. 11 Henchman Street, Boston ROCCO P. VITALE " Rocky " Donald McKay School Track squad (1) . . . manager of track (4) . . . patrol staff (4) ... Hobbies: dancing and sports . . . Ambition: to become an admiral . . . " Navy, here I :ome ! " 144 Paris Street, East Boston JOHN J. VOVERIS " Johnny " John Andrew School Patrol staff (3) ... aviation club (1 and 2) ... Hobbies: hunting and fishing, swimming . . . Ambition: to be a naval officer, " air or sea " . . . Col- lege: U. S. Naval Academy. 29 South Munroe Terrace, Dorchester WILLIAM E. WALLACE " Bill " Prince School Room councilor (4) . . . drum and bugle corps (2, 3, and 4), lieutenant (4) . . . Hobbies: hunting, sailing, and target shooting . . . Ambition: to be a mortician . . . College: Massa- chusetts State. 259 Newbury Street, Boston NEWMAN E. WALTON " Ellie " Woodrow Wilson School Honor average in German (2) . . . patrol staff (3) . . . Hob- bies: baseball, model building, stamp collecting . . . Ambitions: to make money; to make friends; and to travel . . . College: M.I.T. 27 Paisley Park, Dorchester DAVID M. WARTEL " Dave " Patrick T. Campbell School Track squad (2) ... honors in English (2 and 3), in German (2 and 3), in mathematics (2), and in physics and American history (3) ... Hobbies: sports events . . . Ambition: to make a million and to travel , . . Col- lege: M.I.T. 3 Stanwood Terrace, Roxbury NICHOLAS R. WASSON " Nick " Oliver Hazard Perry School Lawrence Prize winner in Span- ish (1) and Spanish (2) . . . honors in English and history (1), in English, and mathema- tics (2), and in English and physics (3) ... Hobbies: paint- ing, music, and scale models . . . Ambition: to travel and gain knowledge . . . College: Har- vard. 144 M Street, South Boston LAWRENCE B. WATERMAN " L. B " Frank V. Thompson School Lieutenant, patrol staff (4) ... track (4) . . . chess (4) . . . science club (4) ... honors in all subjects (2), with an A° in German and an . in mathe- matics . . . honors (3) in .Ameri- can history, physics, and Ger- man (A°) . . . Ambition: to be a physician . . . College: Tufts. 103 Woodrow .Avenue, Dorchester RONALD M. WATERS " Ron nie " Frank ' . Thompson School Track squad (3) ... baseball squad (3) ... honors in draw- ing (2) ... Hobbies: paint- ing, dramatics, and singing . . . Ambition: to be a journalist . . . College: Boston University. 4 Lorn Road, Mattapan FREDERICK H, WEAVER " Fred " Prince School Aviation club (1) ... Record representative (2) . . . honor work in mathematics and cleri- cal practice (1), and in economic geography (2) . . . Hobbies: airplane and flight science . . . Ambition: to be a Navy flying officer . . . College: decision not made as yet. 263 Clarendon Street, Boston ALLEN L WERNON " Al " Solomon Lewenberg School Patrol staff (3) ... current events club (2) ... honor grades in German (2) and in English (2 and 3) . . . Hobbies: build- ing models; photography; and care of animals . . . Ambition: to become a psychiatrist . . College: Tufts. 108 Deering Road, Mattapan JOSEPH WESNER " Joe " Woodrow Wilson School Record business staff (2) . . . track squad (2) . . . Hobbies: baseball, football, and hockey . . . Ambition: to meet people . . . College: Boston College. 77 Lenoxdale Avenue, Dorchester FRANCIS W. WESSLING " Wes " Saint Mary ' s School Current events club (1) . . . aviation club (1 and 2) . . . patrol staff (3) ... Hobbies: sports, roller-skating, and danc- ing . . . Ambition: to be a pro- fessional roller-skater . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 759 Saratoga Street, East Boston WILLIAM E. WESTELL " Bill " Woodrow Wilson School Honor work in English (2 and 3) and in German and physics (3) ... Hobbies: sailing, boat building, and inventing . . . .4m- bition: to have a complete ex- perimental laboratorv . . . Col- lege: M. I. T. 425 Gallivan Boulevard, Dorchester PAUL A. WHALEN " Paul " Cheverus School Record representative (2) ... room councilor (2) . . . honor roll (1) ... Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (2) ... enlisted in the U. S. Navy in 1945 . . . now at sea with the Fleet . . . Hobbies: all sports . . . Ambition: to studv engineering . . . College: M. I. T. 102 Perkins Street, Jamaica Plain GEORGE R, WHITE " ll7 ;70 ' " Sherwin School Honor average in French (1) ... glee club (1, 2, 3. and 4) . . . Record representative (3) . . . Lawrence Prize for fidelity and deportment (3) ... Hobbies: singing, dancing, and dramatics . . . Ambition: to be a lawyer . . . College: Boston University. 1963 Washington Street, Roxbury E. CLAYTON WHITTAKER " Clayt " Abraham Lincoln School Patrol staff (3) . . . current events club ( 2) ... honor work in English, Latin, and French (2) . . . Hobbies: all sports . . . Ambit ion: to be an officer in the United States . ' rniy . . Will probably enlist. 106 East Brookline Street. Boston JAMES R. WIGHTMAN " Jimmy " Saint Lazarus School Room captain (1) . . . honor roll, all subjects (1) . . . dis- cussion club (3) ... chess club (3) . . . Hobby: buildings ships ' models . . . Ambition: to sail the seven seas . . . Intends to enlist in the U. S. Navy. 974 Saratoga Street, East Boston KENNETH C. WILLIAMS " Kenny " Lewis School Basketball letterman (2 and 3) . . . room councilor (3) ... pa- trol staff (4) . . . Hobbies: base- ball, football, and basketball . . . Ambition: to be a physical edu- cation instructor, or a coach . . . College: Springfield. 12 Pleasanton Street, Roxbury NATHANIEL W. WILLIAMS " Whitey " Washington Irving School Aviation club (2) ... Record representative (3) ... " Jay Vee " basketball (3) ... Hob- bies: sailing, skiing, basketball . . . Ambitions: to travel and be a teacher . . . College: Massa- chusetts State. 113 Poplar Street, Roslindale DAVID WINN Frank V " Davey " Thompson School Transferred in September, 1944, from Dorchester High . . . patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . Hobbies: football, hunting, and swimming . . . Ambition: to own an electri- cal supply outlet . . . College: Northeastern University. 32 Mattapan Street, Mattapan WILLIAM J. WISE " Bill " Wendell Phillips School Current events club (1 and 2) . . . aviation club (1) ... Hob- bies: collecting records, dancing, and hunting . . . Ambition: to be successful in business . . . College: Boston College . 5 ' j Ashburton Place, Boston HAROLD WITZER " Witz " Frank V. Thompson School Honor averages in French and German (2), with an A° in German, and honor work in American history (3) ... Hob- bies: football and airplanes . . . Ambition: to lead a successful life . . . College: Boston Univer- sity. 43 Nazing Street, Ro.xbury SHELDON WOLK " Sheldy " Solomon Lewenberg School Chess club (3) ... patrol staff (3) ... honor grades in French (2) and in English (3) ... Hobbies: photography, drawing, clay modeling . . . Ambition: to be an artist , . . College: Mas- sachu.setts School of Art. 50 Johnston Road, Dorchester JOHN WONS " Johnny " William Blackstone School Captain ' s commission (4) on pa- trol staff . . . honor roll (2), with an A in bookkeeping . . . honors (3) in .American history, bookkeeping, and commercial law . . . Record representative (4) . . . Hobbies: baseball and basketball . . . Ambition: to own a business . . . College: Northeastern. 22 . uburn Street, Boston BERNARD YAFFA " Bernie " Frank V. Thompson School Record representative (3) ... patrol staff (3) ... honor work (2) in English and mathematics, and (3) in American history and German . . . Hobbies: sports . . . Ambition: to be an en- gineer and to travel . . . College: M. I.T. 26 Hosmer Street, Mattapan AUSTIN H. YOUNG " Skip " Thomas A. Edison School Honors in all subjects (2 and 3) . . . golf team (3) ... room ath- letic captain (4) . . . band (2, 3, and 4), lieutenant (4) . . . Hob- bies: golf and swimming . . . Ambition: to be a teacher of mathematics . . . College: Tufts. 33 Brooksdale Road, Brighton RICHARD T. YOUNG " Terry " Thomas A. Edison School Honor grades in French (2), and in mathematics and physics (3) . . . patrol staff (4), lieutenant . . . Herald spelling bee class champion (2) . . . Hobbies: dancing and hunting . . . Am- bition: to be an aeronautical en- gineer . . . College: M.I. T. 48 Brooks Street, Brighton BERNARD S. ZIGMAN " Bernie " Frank V. Thompson School Art editor Record and Bli ' e and Blue (4) . . . designed Stadium game program cover in 1944 . . . Lawrence Prize in drawing (3) . . . honor roll (2) . . . honors in English, drawing, American history (3) ... patrol staff (4) ... Hobby: tennis . . . Ambition: to be a radio an- nouncer . . . Will attend Leland Powers School of Radio. 214 Callender Street, Dorchester ALBERT ZIRAKIAN " Al " Mary E. Curley School Honor work in French (2 and 3), and in mathematics (2) bookkeeping (2), and American history (3) ... patrol staff (3) . . . Hobby: dancing . . . Ambi- tion: to be an optometrist . . . College: Massachusets College of Optometry. 316 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain JOSEPH J. ZIZZA " Joe " Saint Anthony ' s School .■ viation club (1 and 2) . . . camera club (2) ... chess club (3) ... patrol staff (3 and 4) . . . honor work in history . . . Hobbies: swimming, diving, and basketball . . . Ambition: to be a successful " big-business " execu- tive . . . Will attend Burdett College. 25 Clark Street, Boston GEORGE P. GONIS ••Pete " Joseph H. Barnes School Honor average in French (2) ... camera club (2) ... chess club (3) . . . Hobbies: football, basketball, and gymnastics . . . Ambition: to join the Xavy to see what is left of the world . . . College choice deferred. 56 Saratoga Street, East Boston CLARENCE R. STANLEY " Dick " Immaculate Conception School Patrol staff (3) . . . glee club (3) . . . discussion club (3 and 4) . . . honors in German (3) . . . Record representative (4) . . . Hobbies: all sports, photog- raphy, delving into the Greek classics . . . Ambition: to be a chemical engineer . . . College: Boston College. 54. Gainsborough Street, Boston BASIL A. ADAMS " Bill " Thomas N. Hart School Aviation club (1 and 2) . . . camera club (2) ... current events club (2) ... home room athletic captain (4) ... Hob- bies: baseball, hockey, and bowl- ing . . . Ambition : to specialize in electrical engineering . . . Col- lege: Northeastern. 174 M Street, South Boston RICHARD E. BLAKE " Blakey " Hugh O ' Brien School Honor work in civics and in clerical practice (1), and in mathematics and bookkeeping (2) . . . patrol staff (4) . . . Hobby: automobile repairing, especially motor work . . . Ambi- tion: to succeed in business . . . College: Northeastern. 34 Woodward Avenue, Roxburv JOSEPH F. BRICKLEY " Joe " Saint Catherine ' s School Lawrence Prize winner in Eng- lish (1 and 3) . . . honor roll throughout course . . . A° in English (1 and 3) and Spanish (1 and 2) ... A in English (2) and bookkeep ' ni; (2) . . . served on war records commit- tee (4) . . . Ambition: to be a physical education instructor . . . College: Boston College. 138 Medford Street, Charlestown DONALD F. BIJRKE " Dee " Thomas A. Edison School Track squad (2) ... baseball team (3 and 4) . . . hockev team (3 and 4) . . . played on C. Y. O. championship baseball teams from 1943-1945 . . . Hobbies: sports and sports-writing . . . College: Holy Cross, 8 Hunnewell Avenue, Brighton HILARY E. CALLENDER " Cal " Sherwin School Honor work in English and French (1), and in Latin and French (2) ... football .squad (3 and 4) . . . drum and bugle corps (2 and 3) . . . patrol staff, lieutenant (4) . . . Hobbies: reading and swimming ... Am- bition: to be a newspaperman . . College: Boston Lniversity. 1 Trotter Court, Roxbury ROBERT C. COLLETT " Bob " Saint Gregory ' s School Aviation club (1) ... current events club (2) ... individual prize drill (3) . . . Hobbies: model plane building, football, and hockey . . . Ambition: to become a successful businessman College: Northeastern. 32 Temple Street, Dorchester JOHN J. DUNNE " Jack " Grover Cleveland School Honor work in Spanish (2) ... football squad (4) . . . outside activities include St. .Ambrose C. Y. O. teams; Scarlet and White baseball, football, and basketball . . . Hobbies: the theatre and " pro " hockey . . . . ' imhition: to be a lawyer . . . College: Notre Dame. 14 Paisle ' Park, Dorchester. CARLTON D. LEWIS " Hippy " Sherwin School Glee club soloist and pianist . . . composer of the music for our class song . . . honor averages in French (1 and 3), and in Spanish (2) . . . Lawrence Prize winner in French and Spanish . . . Hobbies: art, music, and sculpture . . . Ambition: " to speak all the languages in the world " . . . College: Harvard. 692 Shawmut . venue, Roxbury Cruising the Corridors By Thomas J. O ' Keefe We ' re cruising the corridors for the last time. . . . Gee Whiz! The ol ' year went by fast, didn ' t it, fellas? .... September doesn ' t seem far back at all. . . . From that time till June we had a spectacular year. . . . Many events filled our lives. . . . But let ' s get started on our cruise, huh? .... ABERBL. TT, first senior in the catalog, will give us a start. . . .McELROY, we remember, found excellent sleeping quarters in the chemistry lecture room. . . . Didn ' t we all? .... Except NAHABE- DIAN. . . . BENDERSKY is our officially-designated : Iad Chemist. . . . Wasn ' t it tragic how LATORRE and LEE fell by the wayside in the contest for M. C.?. . . . AUSTIN YOUNG didn ' t offer himself as a candidate for that " honor " .... Heck, we only thought of him as a Latin scholar. . . . PARISH unselfishly did the work of 108 ' s indolent home room councilor. . . . That home room councilor herewith thanks BOB. . . . BOB EGAN, a stalwart of the Record staff and track squad, was sorely missed about the premises when he had pneumonia last winter. . . . He ' s all right now, thanks to those body-building sandwiches. . . . Another track luminary who was missed was " Gunder " CONNELL. . . . BILL will be remembered as the quiet, efficient president of the Anniversary Class. . . . GIVEN didn ' t make the honor roll, but he made sure the teacher knew that he wanted to. . . . And how! .... BOBBY FARRELL ' S name is emblazoned in the sport record book of E. H. S .Along with all our all-time greats. . . . He really shone in football, track and baseball. . . . MANGONE tells us to watch for his art work in years to come. . . . In Dll his dormant ability asserted itself. . . . Thanks to LEWIS for a class song that proved to be a corker. ... Of all his three years at iSIontgomery Manor HENEHAN considers his junior year the most profitable. ... He learned Latin then. . . . PENN is our glamour boy. . . . The man behind the success of both football team and class band is RUBIN. . . . WENDELL MORRISON is the push-up champ of the school. ... He can do about forty at a stretch. . . . SOROTA " trotted " his way through this year. . . . Everybody in L43 did. . . . The name of our quarter-mile speedster is JAMES PAPPIS. . . . Just so you won ' t think it was really NICK. . . . ZIRAKIAN was a very capable military drill captain. . . . Too bad he was given a company with CHRISTO in it. . . . DENSEN, DIOGUARDI, and CALISH had an original conspiracy among themselves in that " SlA class. ... Is that why the prob- lem answers of this triumvirate always happened to agree? .... BYER was our poet laureate. . . . His crowning achievement was the composing of the lyric part of our class song. . . . HERB can write, too, and the Record staff welcomed him. with open arms, into the fold. . . . LEO ALLEN gave up track for an outer garden posi- tion in baseball. . . . TOSCANO, NAVARRO and PICARDI all ask: " Who ' s got da mat? " .... ORENSTEIN topped off the " all-star row " in E42. . . . GASSIRARO did his cwn experiments in the chemistry lab. ... No printed sheets for him! Too bad Alma Mater doesn ' t give him a Lawrence Prize in psychology. . . . KNOTT would walk off with it. . . . HUGH CARTER was the best company commander in drill this year. . . . One of the best baseball players in the school hasn ' t got a letter for that sport because he couldn ' t " go out. " .... He ' s DICK BUTLER the kid on the lu-ch counter. . . . FURMAN was the unsung star of the basketball team. . . . Betcha CALLENDER never gets his dates mixed! .... McKENNA and M.ac- CALMON are like ham and eggs. . . . Not so with SOOSMAN and SKALSKY. . . . BOHAN thoufjht it was better to forsake the books for the board track at the Heights. . . . DOYLE once gave an oral composition on " Bugs " but it is not for us to make histv conclusions about the way he spends his time. . . . The height of POISTRAST ' S ambition is to " sl-o-o-ow down and stall " . . . . Captain ETTER was the spark that ignited our hoop team to fire. . . . BRILLIANDT proved that his name is very appropriate. . . . DICK CARROLL is the Bob Coyne of the Record. CAMERA CLUB Second Row: Arthur R. Henderson, Louis A. Trehub, Richard P. Ricles, Herbert Abrams, Robert A. Pastman, Richard A. Adell, Paul E. Heffernan, Christy C. Shervanian, George R. Kameese, Reuben M. Zailen. First Row: Harold N. Millman, Robert J. Podesta, Harold Sachs, David A. Martin, Mr. Wallace M. Clark, Faculty Adviser, Richard Rossman, Albert S. Smith, Allen L Wernon, Donald R. Barsell. KEEZER can ' t say that his picture isn ' t in the YEAR BOOK enough. . . . GORDON thinks we ' re being sarcastic if we call him JEROME. . . . Therefore, we won ' t call him JEROME in this column. . . . NATOLA should be commended for his pro- found respect for " the reverend " . . . . This reporter has enough testimonies to the fact that there has never been a more efficient football manager than DUNLOP. . . . What a byyoutiful hunk o ' man HENNESSY is! .... SUMNER FRANK is, too. ... He should change his name to Frank Sumner ' cause that ' s what people call him. . . . S ' pose if he did change they ' d turn around and call him SUMNER FRANK again. . . . ANTONELLI was always right on the spot to correct what- ever " mistakes " CA made in writing chemical aquations. . . . Yessir — " Fe plus S yields FeS " . . . . Hearing that GRIFFIN is a big hockey star, we decided to find out what JOE himself had to say about it. . . . He convinced us. . . . EDDIE (6.2 for 50 yds.) ENGLERT is so bashful that he turns a crimson red whenever it ' s mentioned that he ' s both track star and executive committeeman. . . . Watch him as he reads this! .... FLYNN is the other executive committeeman and is a bit more dignified about his office. . . . FERTIG was ALMOST elected to that position. . . . He was a noble loser, FRED was. ... So was FLAHERTY, his campaign manager. . . . " For all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: Tt might have been ' " . . . . Those lines apply in Curran ' s case. . . . Our cheer leader cou ld have been such a model student! Instead- -alas! .... Why, he might even have come close to the scholastic records set by the Siefers. ... Or SCHIPANI. ... Or even BEN- DERSKY! .... In connection with those " might have been " lines, we should have mentioned P. X. KELLY. . . . After two years of building himself up with quarts of milk, he got hurt. . . . Sad, sad. . . . The football squad missed him. . . . Will we ever forget the ol ' " Spaghetti Special " featuring LUCLANO and DI GIORGIO? . . . That ' s whatcha call razzle-dazzle football. . . . That reminds us of the good work " Flash " MARLIN did on the sidelines with his trusty camera. . . . Too bad some of those action shots of big stars like MARINO weren ' t printed! . . . (Much to the regret of the big stars). . . . We can ' t wander off this subject without mentioning KACAVAS. . . . OESCHGER is as silent as the " h " in his name. ... He really went to the dogs, RICHARD did. . . . Musta got as many as two " c ' s " in his senior year. . . . O ' Shry may be a fine old Hibernian name, but the OSHRYS have their own way of spelling it. . . . The other PAUL KELLY, you remember, is our vice- president. . . . What a busy feller he was with his duties as class officer and golf captain! .... P. UL played a couple of games on the first line of the E. H. S. se.xtet, too. . . . DANNY GILLIS, a good enough chemist, wasn ' t quite mad enough to be named M.C. (see above). . . . That was before he went around with J. MONA- HAN. . . . Now it looks as if we ' ve come to the end of this final cruise. . . . We graduates mentioned herein and our comrades are ready to take their places in the postwar world. . . . We may go on to become doctors, lawyers, chemists, teachers, military leaders, etc. . . . We hope to have a hand in shaping the destinies of to- morrow ' s world. . . . Good luck. . . . May God bless us every one. GLEE CLUB Fourth Row: Stephen F. Fuller, Paul E. Lewis, John P. Mastrangelo, Sidney Green, David M. Hadley, Frank W. Cain, William P. Concannon, Dominic G. CeruUi. Third Row: Richard R. Mario, David F. Hay ward, . ngelo Rossi, Paul . Levins, Kenneth Fertig, Herbert M. Byer, Edward M. Mullen, Henry F. Regan, Gerhard Gluck, John . . Barbero. Jr. Second Row: Stanley H. Garlitz, Leo F. Driscoll, Gerard J. Mario, Myron M. Kutcher, John F. Lichwell, Francis J. Costa, Oliver M. Brennan, Herbert L. Gould, Howard D. L ewis, Gerald L. Connor, .Albert Abraham, Nestor J, Cormier, Jr. First Row: Frederick A. Langone, Henry J. Sennott, William R. Stasio, Berj . . Zamkochian, Carlton D, Lewis, James D. . mirault, Paul J. McCormack, Ray McK. Schacht, Joseph W. Conlon, Morton Shames. ORCHESTRA Violins — Donald H. Burton, Thomas A. Chisholm, Santo Furfari, Frank J. Jager, Arthur S. King, Paul R. Solov. Piano — Ronald F. Brinkman, Saverio J. Grande, Robert G. Rafferty, John J. Weeks. Trumpets — Charles A. Avola, Robert A. Blake, Robert W. Egan, Herbert H. Goldstein, Robert J. Jones, Bertram M. Rettner. Saxophones — Dante F. De Furia, Mario Giuggio. Clarinet — Richard H. Lombardi. Oboe — Bernard C. Hopkins. French Horn — Frederick G. Talaback. Trombone — John C. Hawe. Drums — Joseph C. Peters, Malcolm Schneider. Class Will By James C. Curran {Fanfare of trumpets, courtesy of Mr. Connell and his Rhythm Kings) Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! The Class of 1946 presents its last will and testament: We, the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary graduating class of the English High School, a herd of five hundred twenty-seven sad sacks, who have by various and sundry means (murder, extortion, and blackmail) dutifully attained a total of one hundred five points toward our discharge; we, who have pursued a four-year course of instruction for nigh on to seven years, seeking the guiding light, especially under 109, we who have persevered through Park Street, dashed from Dover, and commuted through Copley for ages past, and who, having been exposed to education, for as many years, have finally absorbed our full capacity, we, in case you ' ve forgotten, those same sad sacks, leave this final document to our survivors and heirs before plunging into Montgomery Street and the world!: To Mr. Downey, we leave our lasting thanks for the guidance he has given us, from the day we enrolled here as freshmen and sophomores until our graduating day, on how to become men of honor and achievement. To the school we leave the memories of four or more wonderful years spent within her aging walls. When the last great rush for the lunchroom is over, when the tread of marching feet has ceased in the drill hall and the last trolley has carted away its load of suffering humanity, will the school sort of sit back in the summer coolness and remember us and our doings? Will she sit. like an old woman on her porch, musing over her sons who have gone far away? Oh, that first day she saw us toddling up Union Park Street in our little romper suits. A tear glistens in mine eye (A pause while I blow my nose). There we were, crawling on all fours, gurgling baby talk, clouting each other playfully with loose cobblestones. Ves, we could hardly walk and barely talk. How her alma maternal bosom must swell with pride as she sees us today, still crawling, still gurgling, and still clouting. To Mr. Falvey, Gauleiter of the Lunchroom, we leave this slogan: " Today the alcove! tomorrow the world! " To Mr. Simmons, we leave an old golf tee inscribed " Hole-in-One " IMacGook, the poor man ' s Bobbie Jones. To Mr. Kenney, the ace detective of Kenney ' s Katch " Em Kwick Koppers, Inc., we leave three more box tops towards his badge. To Mr. Frazier we leave four Scotch bloodhounds, good for sniffing out gophers in the pipes, who are the only ones in the class who haven ' t paid their dues. To the Freshmen, a strange tribe of pygmies who are believed to have arrived here on Lilliputian Lend-Lease, we leave eight hundred glow-in-the-dark road maps. These should be quite handy for night work if you are still trying to find a door out after sunset. To the Sophomores, we leave several old car-check blanks we found ourselves stuck with. Marino would have left his elevator pass, which he doggedly renews every year, but he has already sold it to Mr. Woodwell. To the Juniors we leave the Physics Lab, a fascinating little picnic spot where many of you will commit suicide before you even get to the experiment on Electric Buzzers a la Mr. Welch. In addition to the bequests made by the entire class there are the following gifts to be distributed to the incoming tide by the few beachcombers of 1946 who are about to wash out to sea: " Big Ed " Traverso, Ward III, leaves his St. Bernard dog, complete with neck- barrel, to the disposal of the Mountain Patrol which, we hear, will be the latest addition to the military set-up. Now, if somebody will just leave a mountain, every- thing will be just peachy. Eddie Rubin, the man with the megaphone, bequeaths a typewritten account of the State Meet of 1943. By actual record Rubin has told this story five hundred sixty-eight times to audiences consisting of anywhere from one to two people. A girl from Girls ' High who signs herself " Eleanor — ' ' Mrs. Roosevelt, maybe? leaves $5.00 to the " unknown handsome gentleman who offered " her a seat at Boyl- ston, 8:40 A.M., March 6, 1946. We bequeath the money to the general fund be- cause we never heard of anyone being called handsome in this class, and the rest of the story is too ridiculous to be believed. (McCarthy claims he was on the car but who cares?) Bob Shanley leaves the unshattered record of sixty-four Victory Lunches con- sumed at one sitting, including the trays. Harry Bedigan, councilor of 001, leaves a mark for his successors to shoot at — 100% collection of Class Dues. Harry is glad to leave something else as a target, himself having been shot at several times. R ' ley of 109, having had a locker in regions of eternal darkness beneath that room, leaves a miner ' s helmet and a flashlight to any inquisitive soul who may come along. Gildea, whose post was at the main entrance, leaves a pair of white gloves and a doorman ' s cap that lights up with " E. H. S. " in front and " Eat at Joe ' s " on the back. Only those with A.C. current need apply. Gilmore and Taylor, an old song and dance team, currently featured in the Library Corps Revue, wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Owing to the Spring Prom, this is all they can give without appealing to charity. Messrs. Flaherty, Bullock, Wessling, and other gendarmes of the stairways wished to leave several night-sticks and black-jacks to their successors. We, how- ever, wish to discourage the use of force. See them outside. With salty tears and salted peanuts we leave you the one hundred forty-two pigeons outside of Mr. Halloran ' s room. If those birds can ' t speak French by now, they had better go back to the Common. Bill Connell, Paul Kelly, Jim Curran, Eddie Englert, and John Flynn, having purchased derbies, cigars and an office in City Hall, — they just leave and that is probably more good news than the school can stand in one gulp. Whereunto, howsomever, chickory chick, I, James C. Curran, class attorney for the Class of 1946, having received my cut, a rough 10%, do affix my trained seal on this the eleventh day of February, nineteen hundred and forty-six. A.D. (After Doc) to this document, glibly asserting it to be a true record of the Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1946. Amen! Amen! James C. Curran GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH! HERE WE COME! CAPTAIN BOB MURPHY All-scholastic tackle FOOTBALL IDENTIFICATION OF IN- DIVIDUALS PICTURED ON PAGE 98: 1. Bob Farrell, L. H. B. 2. Tom O ' Loughlin, R. G. i. Fred Hayes, L. T. 4. Mario Di Giorfiio, C. 5. Phil Marino, Q. B. 6. Conrad Balfour, Q. B. 7. Phil Cohen, R.T. 8. Jim Zanghi, L. G. 9. Al Luciano, R. H. B. 10. Paul Pendergast, F. B. 11. Ed Gray, R. G. 12. Louis Prior, R. E. 13. Gene Moroz, L. T. A GAME OF GAMES The highlight of the 1945 schoolboy gridiron season — the Blue and Blue against the Maroon and Gold. Both elevens entered the game undefeated in the Boston Conference. A grim, see-saw battle cul- minated in a 19-19 tie. Thousands of cheering par- tisans witnessed the thrill-packed struggle. This pic- ture shows Al Luciano, on a reverse play from a spinner, eluding a B. C. High tackier and sprinting for a first down behind the effective blocking of team- mate Louis Tsvaris, right end. t w ENGLISH HIGH 1945 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Front row, left to right: Philip A. INIarino. Mario DiGiorgio, Edward I. Gray, Alfonso J. Luciano, Head INIaster Walter ¥. Downey, Robert B. Farrell. John H. Etter, James X. Zanghi, Louis J. Tsavaris. Second row: Head Coach Bernard J. Kilroy, Assistant Coach Arthur J. Sullivan, Conrad J. Balfour. Thomas J. O ' Laughlin, John C. McNeil, Robert L. Careless, Philip E. Cohen, Frederick L, Hayes, Louis E. Prior, Eugene Y. ]Moroz, James J. Kacavas, Joseph B. Dunlop, Faculty Director of Athletics Clifford Ronan, Third row: ' illiam F, Flaherty, Paul F. Richardson, John L. Allen, John R. Rizzo, Joseph E, Rooney, Edward T. O ' Donnell. Paul . . Pendergast, Charles Silk, Alfred J. Balerna. Fourth row: James W. Ronan. Francis P, Lombardi. Alexander J. Matthew. Briton J. Potter, George F, Ciampa, Richard V, McGowan, Matthew V, Coleman, ' illiam E. Jennings, Marcell F, ' ozzella. Football Results, 1945 OPPONENTS PLACE WE THEY Groton Groton 12 26 Tech Braves Field 0 0 Trade Braves Field 12 0 Commerce Braves Field 20 0 B. C. High School Braves Field 19 19 Dorchester Braves Field 6 6 Latin Harvard Stadium 0 0 Left to right: Assistant Coach Arthur J. Sullivan, Head Coach Bernard J. Kilroy, and Assistant Coach George L. O ' Connell. Winners of Varsity " E " FOOTBALL 1945 Robert L. Murphy, ' 47 (Captain) John L. Allen, ' 47 Conrad G. Balfour, " 47 Daniel P. Brosnahan, ' 48 Robert L. Careless, ' 46 George F. Ciampa, ' 47 Philip E. Cohen, ' 46 Matthew M. Coleman, ' 46 Mario D. DiGiorgio, ' 46 John H. Etter, ' 46 Robert B. Farrell, ' 46 William Flaherty, ' 47 Frederick L. Hayes, ' 46 James J. Kacavas, ' 46 Alfonso J. Luciano, ' 46 Joseph B. Dunlop, " 46 ( lanager) Philip A. Marino, " 46 Richard W. McGowan, ' 47 John C. :McXeill, ' 46 Paul G. Monahan, " 47 Eugene Y. Moroz, " 46 Thomas G. O ' Loughlin, ' 47 Louis E. Prior. ' 46 Paul F. Richardson, " 46 James W. Ronan, " 46 Charles Silk, ' 46 Louis J. Tsavaris. ' 47 Marshall F. Zozella, " 47 James Zanghi, " 48 Manager Joseph B. Dunlop, ' 46, in the center, with his able assistants, Richard S. Carroll, ' 46, on your left and Robert J. Jepson, ' 47, on your right. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD, 194S First row, left to right: James R. DeGiacomo, Louis A. Toscano, Nicholas Giordano, Chris Karys, Head Master Walter F. Downey, Kourken H. Kaloustian, John D. MacDonald, Edward L. Englert, James Triantafel. Second row: Coach Bernard J. Kilroy, Assistant Coach x rthur J. Sullivan, John F. Buckley, Raymond J. Boyd. Raymond P. Conrad, James A. O ' Malley, Arthur D. Keefe, Frank M. Joyce, Student Manager Robert J. Jepson, and Faculty Manager J. Clifford Ronan. Third row: Daniel P. Brosnahan, Paul J. Peteros, Edward Berman, John J. Dunne. Leo F. McGunigle, Theodore R. Barco, and Paul G. Monahan. Fourth row: Burton Shain, Philip Pascucci, George A. Daley, and Frank J. White. BRACKETY AX Brackety ax co ax co ax Brackety ax co ax co ax Hi-0, Hi-0, Wulla go. ' Wullo go ax E-N-G-L-I-S-H High, High, High Team. Team, Team. .AS YOU MEET THEM Head Cheerleader Edwin H. Rubin and Cheerleaders Seymour Salett, James C. Curran, Russ Lind, Hugh ' . Carter. Victory Song Tune: " J ' agabond King " Bang that line for English! Down that line for English! Onward, On to Victory! Vagabonds of Football. Let the foe have your all — Onward, On to Victory. Onward, Onward, On to Victory, Forward. Forward Slash ' em, bang ' em, rip ' em Fight ' tmf Sons of blue-streaked thunder. Rip that line asunder! Onward, On to ' ictory! The Blue and Blue in Action Page 105 1. Dick McGowan hits the line. 2. Bobby Farrell ' s breaking loose. 3. The Blue and Blue stops em cold. 4. Huddle. Try play 12—7! 5. Petrocelli. B. C. H.. is tackled by Jack McXeil. 6. Al Luciano passes for a touchdown. 7. Against B. C. High, Luciano to Etter for 35 yards. 8. Signal drill at Billings. 9. Ready. Commerce? 10. Xow listen, fellows! 11. Off to Groton, sir! Basketball COACH ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN OPPONENTS WE THEY Roxbury Memorial 36 27 Commerce 19 27 Jamaica Plain 54 17 Trade 40 17 Brandeis SO 42 East Boston 44 35 South Boston 37 32 Charlestown 54 41 Tech 28 41 Hyde Park 44 25 Dorchester 56 28 B. C. High 27 36 Roslindale 46 19 Brighton 58 34 Latin 36 31 Overtime VARSITY BASKETBALL Third Row: Manager Edwin H. Rubin, Franli Furman, and James Kacavas. Second Row: Head Master Walter F. Downey, John S. Ciulla, Leonard Hersch, Paul F. Fitzpatrick, Anthony W. Scola, and Edwin A. DeSimone. First Row: Henry F. Regan. Kenneth C. Williams, James M. Manning, John H. Etter. Stephen H. Puleo, Paul F. Fazzina, and Mario J. DelTOrfano. Winners of Varsity " E " BASKETBALL 1946 Ralph A. Antonelli, ' 46 John S. Ciulla, ' 46 Mario J. DeH ' Orfano, ' 48 Edwin A. DeSimone, ' 46 John H. Etter, ' 46 (Captain) Paul F. Fazzina, ' 46 Paul J. Fitzpatrick, ' 46 Frank Furman, ' 46 Leonard Hersch, ' 47 James J. Kacavas, ' 46 James M. Manning, ' 46 Stephen A. Puleo, ' 46 Henry F. Regan, ' 46 Edwin H. Rubin, ' 46 (INIanager) Anthony W. Scola, ' 46 CAPTAIN JOHNNY ETTER ENGLISH— OUT IN FRONT GOLF TEAM Second Row: Francis T. Power, Joseph VV. Pinto, John F. Bcath, William M. Connell. John J Nolan, and Mr. Robert G. Simmons, Coach. First Row: Austin V. Young, Wilfred L. Hyncs, William E. Westell, John F. Kelly, Paul C. Kelly and John I. Corson. Down the Fairways in 1946 English High 9 Roslindale 0 English High 7 2 Technical 1 2 English High 7 Hyde Tark 2 English High 6 Brighton 3 English High 9 Memorial J English High 9 Commerce 0 English High South Boston English High Trade English High Latin City Medal Tournament State Championships TENNIS TEAM Second Row: Nathaniel Marks, Paul H. Black, Fred R. Cohen, and Mr. Maurice F. Murphy, Coach. First Row: Jerome Gordon, Capt. Bertram M. Rettncr, . " Man D. Tobin, Jere G. Orenstcin, and Jordan D. Spiegel. On the Courts in 1946 English High 4 Brighton 1 English High 5 Commerce 0 English High 5 Hyde Park 0 English High 4 Memorial 1 English High 3 Trade 2 English High 3 Dorchester 2 English High 4 South Boston 1 English High Technical English High Latin City High School Tournament State High School Tournament BERNARD J. KILROY Latin 4 2 Coach VARSITY HOCKEY Second Row: Head Master Walter F. Downey, Robert W. Mclnnes, Donald F. Burke, Paul J. Sullivan, Peter J. Tirinnanzi, Alfred E. Crehan, Leo F. McGonigle, Joseph A. Lynch, Charles B. Killian, and Coach Bernard J. Kilro . First Row: Patrick O. Morrissey, Richard E. Lawson, Paul C. Kelly, Robert W. Kelley, Gerald R. Riley, John L. Burke, William E. Jennings, Joseph M. Griffin, Robert Leo Murphy, and Alan H. Bauer. Jennings Scores lor the Blue and Blue Winners of Varsity " E " HOCKEY, 1946 Alan H. Bauer, ' 48 Donald F. Burke, ' 46 John L. Burke, ' 46 Alfred E. Crehan, ' 48 Jeremiah T. Crowley, ' 46 Mario D. DiGiorgio, ' 46 Joseph M. Griffin, ' 46 Robert V. Kelley, ' 47 Paul C. Kelly, ' 46 Richard E. Lawson, ' 47 Joseph A. Lynch, ' 47 Leo F. McGonigle, ' 47 Joseph B. Milano, ' 47 Patrick O. Morrissey, ' 47 Robert L. Murphy, ' 47 James W. Ryan, ' 46 Paul J. Sullivan, ' 48 Charles B. Killian, ' 46 (Manager) Robert W. Mclnnes, ' 46 (Manager) Goalie Alan H. Bauer VARSITY RELAY TEAM OF 1946— GREATER BOSTON CHAMPIONS Left to right; Robert B. Farrell, James C. Pappis, Paul G. Monahan, and Irving T. Howe. Robert B. Farrell, " 46 (Captain) Regimenlal Champions in Track Albert J. Pray. " 46 ( Manager) Angelo A. Adams, ' 48 Conrad G. Balfour, ' 47 Theodore R. Barco, ' 47 Edward Berman, ' 47 Arthur Braithwaite, ' 47 Daniel F. Burns, ' 49 William M. Connell, ' 46 Gerald E. D ' Alfonso, ' 49 John Dalton. ' 47 Albert F. DiBlasi, ' 48 Edward L. Englert, ' 46 John T. Gilmore, ' 46 Robert E. Goudie, ' 47 Irving T. Howe, ' 47 Raymond P. Jackson, ' 48 Joseph M. Joyce, ' 47 Christ Karys, ' 48 Robert J. Kramer. ' 46 Andrew C. MacAulay. " 48 Paul G. Monahan, ' 47 Walter R. Murphy, ' 47 James H. Neil, ' 48 John J. Xolan, " 46 Edward T. O ' Donnell. ' 47 Thomas J. O ' Keefe. ' 46 Joseph Pagliarulo. ' 48 James C. Pappis, " 46 Arthur J. Ruggere. ' 46 Melville D. Seibolt, ' 48 Kenneth G. Shawlis. ' 48 Gerald Shulman, " 48 Stanley B. Tamkin, " 47 Arthur C. Tuhna, " 48 VARSITY TRACK Third Row: Albert J. Roy, Arthur Braithwaite, Conrad G. Balfour, William M. Connell, Robert J. Kramer, Edward I. O ' Donnell, Irving T. Howe, William Muser, Robert W. Egan, and Manager Rocco P. Vitale. Second Row: Head Master Walter F. Downey, Albert F. DiBlasi, Theodore R. Barco, Joseph M. Joyce, Robert A. Keezer, Sumner Frank, Ira Neiterman, Briton J. Potter, Jr., Francis P. Lombardi, John J. Nolan, and Coach J. Clifford Ronan. First Row: Alfred J. Balerna, James Pappis, Edward Berman, Austin P. Roche, Robert B. Farrell, Henry E. Lesser, Edward L. Englert, Thomas J. O ' Keefe, and Walter R. Murphy. Jan. 24 Quad Meet: English 192y2 points ; Roxbury Memorial SV pts; Commerce 30j 2 points. Jan. 26 Northeastern University In- terscholastic Meet: English co-winners with Lowell High School. Feb. 1 Quad Meet: English, 136 points; Latin, 65 points; Trade, 50 points; Roxbury Memorial 29 pts. Feb. 7 Quad Meet: English UOy, points; Trade 623 points; B. C. High, 62 points; Technical, 35 points. Feb. 9 State Meet: English finished second with ISyj points. B. A. A. Meet: Midget relay defeated Latin, Commerce, and Technical. Feb. 13 Relay Carnival: English won in Class C ; Second in Class D; Third in Medley. Mar. 1 Quad Meet: English 114 points; Latin, 65 points; Trade, 633 points; Tech- nical, 43 points. Mar. 9 Reggies: English, 82 5 6 points; Latin, 53 2 3 points; East Boston. 42 1 3 points. Athletic Director J. Clifford Ronan, extreme right, confers with members of his managerial staff. In front, left to right, are Arthur L. Roy, track manager, and Edwin H. Rubin, basketball. Rear, left to right, are Charles Killian, hocke - ; Richard S. Carroll, baseball; Robert Mclnnis, hockey; and Joseph B. Dunlop, football. The Baseball Squad of 1946 Victors Over Latin in the 125th Anniversary Classic Mario D. Di Giorgio, ' 46 — catcher and captain Charles Abramson, ' 46 — catcher John L. Allen, ' 46 — outfielder Joseph Brickley, ' 46 — catcher Donald F. Burke, " 46 — second baseman Winthrop Briggs, ' 48 — pitcher Richard S. Carroll, ' 46 — first baseman Philip E. Cohen, ' 46 — pitcher Robert B. Farrell , ' 46 — outfielder James W. Ronan, Lawrence E. Tierney. " 46 — manager William Jennings, ' 48 — outfielder Paul C. Kelly, ' 46 — third baseman William Kelly, ' 47 — outfielder Richard Lawson, ' 47 — pitcher Raymond Lowney, ' 47 — pitcher .Alfonso J. Luciano. ' 46 — shortstop William O ' Donnell. ' 46 — outfielder Louis E. Prior, " 46 — first baseman ' 46 — pitcher Boston Conference Championship English High 10 English High 14 English High 20 English High 5 English High 9 English High 15 English High 9 English High 6 South Boston 4 Brandeis 0 Commerce 2 Groton School 4 Boston Col. H. 8 Roslindale 4 Technical 2 Jamaica Plain 4 J 11 til 1511 7 High 6 English High 0 English High 5 English High 16 English High 16 English High 1 English High 5 English High 3 Lntin 2 Trarle X 1 due 2 Memorial 2 Brighton 7 Dorchester 12 Charlestown 2 East Boston 0 Medford 2 Boston Col. H. 2 VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD, 1946 Third row (left to right): William Jennings, Richard Lawson, William O ' Donnell, Paul Kelly, and Joseph Brickley. Second row (left to right): Coach Bernard J. Kilroy, Charles Abramson, James Ronan, Richard Carroll, Philip Cohen, Robert Farrell, Mario Dell ' Orfano, and Manager Lawrence Tierney. First row (left to right): Winthrop Briggs, Louis Prior, Alfonso Luciano, Captain Mario Di Giorgio, William Kelly, John Allen, and Donald Burke. . . . Our Country ! Show thy need and we will dare ! Military Drill - A Tradition By Thomas J. O ' Keefe Many traditions have been handed down through the one hundred and twenty- five years of EngHsh High ' s existence, and our mihtary drill, with its influence upon the deportment of the student, is one of them. This fact was exemplified in the ceremony which took place in the drill hall on November 27, 1945, when our drill instructor was honored with the presentation of the Bronze Star and a promotion to Colonel in the Army of the United States. This was a great honor, not only for the then Lieutenant Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, but for English High School as a whole. The ceremony was heart-stirring to the student cadets in attendance, because this man being honored was directly affiliated with their school. Not only is Colonel Driscoll the drill instructor at English, but is himself a distinguished alumnus. Colonel Summer E. Elton of the First Service Command awarded him the Bronze Star and Head Master Walter F. Downey replaced the silver leaves on the drill master ' s collar with silver eagles. Colonel Driscoll received this reward because of meritorious service on Luzon. Leyte, and the Philippines. We sincerely congratulate him, and we of the student body want him to know how proud we are to be associated with him. The English High School boy carries the lessons learned in the drill hall into his later life. Wtih so many of our graduates in the armed forces, this statement is even more true today. The school catalog states: " . . . . interpreted broadly so as to include training in courtesy, self- reliance, self-control and personal initiative, for the purpose of develop- ing proper character traits in reliability, manner, and co-operation. " Our Head Master has received many letters in which graduates in the service have expressed gratitude for the training received in school. AIDES TO HE.AD M.ASTER V. LTER F, DOWNEY 125th Anniversary Parade WEDNESDAY, MAY 8th Police Escort Honorary Chief Marshal Brig. Gen. Charles H. Cole, ' 88, and Staff Officers of the English High School Association FIRST DIVISION English High School Cadets Chief Marshal Col. Joseph McK. Driscoll ' 13 Marshals Capt. George I. Connolly 1st Lt. Francis J, O ' Donnell 1st Lt. James ' . Stuart First Regiment Col. Paul X. Kelley ' 46 E. H. S. Band Capt. Edward Rubin ' 46 1st Battalion Maj. Albert Z ' rakian ' 46 2nd Battalion Maj. Thomas J. O ' Keefe ' 46 3rd Battalion Maj. John H. Etter ' 46 Second Regiment Col. E. Duncan Morrill ' 46 2nd Regt. Drum Corps Capt. John C. Valle ' 46 1st Battalion Maj. William J. Cavanaugh ' 46 2nd Battalion Maj. Robert H. Laham 3rd Battalion Maj. Frederick L. Charron ' 46 Third Regiment Col. William J. Hennessy, ' 46 3rd Regt. Drum Corps Capt. Carl J. Brown 1st Battalion Maj. Mason G. Markow ' 46 2nd Battalion Maj. Julius S. Newman 3rd Battalion Maj. Michael J. Donovan ' 46 Fourth Regiment Col. Thomas F. Connors, ' 46 4th Regt. Fife Corps Capt. Donald J. Griffin 1st Battalion Maj. Robert B. Mclnnis ' 46 2nd Battalion Maj. .Mfred Mickiewicz ' 46 3rd Battalion Maj. Joseph P. Hennehan ' 46 English High School Faculty SECOND DIVISION Marshal Col, John J. Barry ' 82 Classes 1873-1894 THIRD DIVISION Marshal Maj. Abraham Yarchin ' 26 Classes 1895-1916 FOURTH DIVISION Marshal Lt. Col. John G. Booth ' 29 Classes 1917-1938 FIFTH DIVISION Marshal Lt. Col. Richard W. Quigley ' 33 Classes 1939-1945 Military Baiul Clarinets: James . Consalvi John A. Chandler Robert W. Egan Joseph L. Finkel John F. Flahertv Benjamin Lipson Robert L. Gold ' Richard H. Lombardi Edward F. Greer Robert Marie Bruce 0. Hadley Edward W. Meekins Eugene L. Holmes George E. Morris James B. Hughes Harold E. Sternberg Harold S. Iscnberg Stanley B. Tamkin Patrick J. King Victor S. Wolowicz John L. Post Eugene Morris Robert J. Russo Saxophones: Gerald C. Ruthstein Minot N. Bronstein Thomas F. Walsh Burton Cowan Robert A. Blake Martin Goldstein Peter .■ . Ciccarelli John G. Musante Cornet : Trombones : Stanley Shankman Harold J. Cleary, Jr. Cymbals: Edward J. Denon William X. Marsters Richard E, McLaughlin Drums: Henry J. Porter Martin L. Berman Howard F. Rockstrom Leonard B. Finger Leslie E. Vaughn, Jr. Eli H. Gelerman Alto Horn: Frank J. Mersicano Austin H. Young .■Man I. Morse Trumpets : .Arthur Xoltemy Marshall Arkin Paul K. Bordun Richmond k. Bishop Robert . DWngelo Robert . . Chalmers Irwin Rosenfield Raymond J. Clement Kenneth E. Cullivan Drum and Bugle Corps Captain, Carl J. Brown Captain, John C. Valle Drummers: Buglers: Henry J. Abdelmaseh, Jr. Samuel J. Abdonore Leonard Aronson Simon Bacola Louis F. Barrus Raymond P. Dicillio, Jr. Stanley Bello Seymour Forman John R. Bernier Frederick N. Gamer Vincent Connolly William F. Highland John A. Deir Orfano Gerald M. MacNabb Lawrence Dobkin Joseph E. Malloy William G. Dyer Francis J. Muise Jerome Gordon James P. Middleton Leonard Greenfield Daniel M. Moriarty Gerald J. Holtz John J. Moriarty Francis Horgan William J. Nelson Paul A. Keene Robert V. Pacitti Robert L. McCarthy Frank B. Santos Richard A. Malone Roald M. Schjolden Edward F. Manning Norman A. Scotch Joseph R. Marsolini George W. Sheehan David A. Miles John E. Smith Jerome J. Rosenstein Theodore F. Thompson, Jr Alvan S. Walcott Louis F. Vadaro William E. Wallace Allen L Wernon Thomas F. Weare George White Saul W. Weisman Robert M. Williams Philip C. Wilson William Z. Zisi liSifiilr biter Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment Third Row: John M. DInsfriend, Stanley R. Brown. Paul A. Levins, John H. Etter, Thomas J. O ' Keefe, Albert Zirakian, William P. Fortune, Anthony A. ' oto, and Mitchell Mabard. Second Row: Charles B, Killian, Sidney Fixler, Richard F. Lee, Edwin A. DeSimone, Stanle ' Corcell, Louis A Toscano, John M. Serine, and Paul J. Egan. First Row: John W. Cuniff, Marvin H. Kramer, Burton D. Goldman, John G. George, Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Head Master Walter F. Downey, Lieutenant Francis J. O ' Donnell, Paul X. Kelley, Robert L Mulkern, Robert J. Mellyn, and James F. Connors. Commissionetl Officers of the Second Regiment Fourth Row: William L. Rull, Kenneth Fertig, Nathaniel Marks, Edward J. McCarthy, Stephen A. Puleo, Richard G. Healy, and William E Wallace. Third Row: Robert D. McPeck, Philip C. Wilson, Carl J. Brown, Frederick L. Charron, William J. Smith, Francis N. Maher, Norton A. Goldstein. Arthur E. Greenberg, Henry E. Lesser, and Marcell F. Vozella. Second Row: Melvin E. Getz, Allen I. Wernon, Hugh ' . Carter, Richard I. Tarlin, Arthur M. Bell, Cornelius F. Range, Gilbert M. Entner, James M. Connolly, John C. X ' alle, Edward L. Englert, Edmund A. Delaney, and George F. White. First Row: Thomas V. Slater, Leonard S. Spiesman, Robert A. Keezer, Duncan E. Morrill, Colonel Joseph McK. DriscoU, Head Master Walter F. Downey, Lieutenant Francis J. O ' Donnell, Hyman Fiskcn, Albert M. Hunt, Austin P. Roche, and William J. Cavanaugh. Commissioned Officers of the Third Regiment Fourth Row: Merrill F. Mellen, John L. Allen, James Triantafel, John F, Simione, Ernest J. Milani, James F. Norton, Jr., Harvey Cotton, Bernard M. Levy, and Ezriel A. Shapiro. Third Row: Allen I. Wernon, Philip LaTorre, Lawrence B. Waterman, Maurice L Seifer. William L. RuU, Aaron E. Kanovitz, Albert A. Goldman, Jon A. Jacobson, Robert A. Keezer, John J. Morris, John Magarian, Robert S. Shea, William E. Wallace, Jr., David E. Miller, and George R. White. Second Row: Saul Blonder, ' agclis George, Lawrence H. Grady, Anthony C. Simbol. Joseph A. Silverio, Alexander H. McNeil, Philip C. Wilson, Carl J. Brown, Sheldon Soosman, Thomas R. Sheridan, Raymond P. Dicillio, Stanley Harris, Joseph H. Miller, Harvey Simon, John E. Lichwell, John C. " alle, and Gerald Barg. First Row: Henry J. Sennott, Mason G. Markow, Henry N. Nelson, Julius S. Newman, Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Head Master Walter F. Downey. Lieutenant Francis J. O ' Donnell, Marion D. Grosser, Abbott W. Lighter, William J. Henness -, and John T. Cassidy. Commissioned Officers of the Fourth Regiment Fourth Row: Anthony W. Acola, Ralph A. DiMarino, Louis A. Toscano, Robert D. Shanley, Sheldon Soosman, James P. Foley, and Stephen P. Scheele. Third Row: Gilbert Goldenberg, Herbert Skalsky, Daniel E. Gillis, John F. Monahan, Stanley Harris, James J. Kenneally, Jr., Francis W. Wessling, John J. Magarian, Samuel G. Cetrano, and Anthony A. Voto. Second Rew: Albert F. DiBlasi, Lorenze V. Venezia, John S. CiuUa, Ettor A. DiDonato, Arthur J. Ruggere, Alfred J. Mickiewicz, Robert W. Mclnncs, Bernard Kaplan, Anthony C. Simboli, Joseph A. Silverio, and Joseph P. Henehan. First Row: Robert A. Keezer, Robert Q. Bannon, Michael J. Donovan, Theodore F. Cocca, Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Head Master Walter F. Downey, Lieutenant Francis J. O ' Donnell, Harvey Hickson, Marvin H. Kramer, Sidney Kaminsky, and Thomas F. Connors. Patrol Staff, Group 1 Fourth Row: Angelo J. Morello, Paul S. Bruninfi, Paul H. LaMarche. Robert F. Xystrom, Wadsworth J. Johnsyn, Henr - T. Huff, Jr.. Gerald A. Richmond, and Francis X. Carr. Third Row: Matthew H. Chaet, John P. Depnan, .Arthur C. Crowley. William B. .Adleman, Howard D. Shuman, Gerald H. Zoken, and James J. Butler. Second Row: Joseph H. Miller, James P. Foley, Leo R. Flynn, Irvins: G. Calish, Charles D. Gildea, Robert D. Shanley, Sheldon Wolk, Thomas G. Carlo, and Maurice I. Seifer. First Row: Alfonso J. Leandro, Bernard M. Levy, John F. Flynn, William H, Campbell, John Wons, James D. .Amirault, Bernard Kaplan, and Lawrence B. Waterman. Patrol Staff, Group 2 Fourth Row: Paul R. MacLeod, William J. Kelly, John J. Nolan, John J. Gaf fey, Joseph J. Zizza, Jason Long, Mendel Levinson, Christian K. Jacobsen, Hilary E. Callender, and Warren L. Shields. Third Row: John V. DiRienzo, Briton J. Potter, Fred J. Kirby, Herbert Cohen, Constantine A. Constas, Gerald Hershoff, John F. Simione, Albert J. Norton, and James Chalapatas. Second Row: George D. Kasparian, George R. Albino, William E. Wallace, Jr., Henry E. Lesser, Norman Davidson, Thomas F. Gorham, James J. Donovan, Norman Jepsky, Bernard Feingold, and Charles E. Constas. First Row: Calvin G. Cross, David B. Green, Joseph A. Silvcrio, Bertram M. Rettner, Alan D. Tobin, Francis W. Wessling, Merrill Mellen, and David E. Miller. Patrol Staff, Group Third Row: Aldo " . Belmontc, Sidnc - X. Smokier, Maurice Mann, Ezriel A. Shapiro, Thomas R. McKenna, Ernest J. Milani, Donald H. MacCalmon, Benjamin Zelman, and Joseph Bernard Keegan. Second Row: Robert J. Kramer, George Altman, Richard T. Young, Ray McK. Schacht, Joseph Rubin, Arnold W. Doyle, James C. Curran, William T. Lochhcad, and James S. Curran. First Row: Harvey Simon, Robert M. Parish, Daniel P. Monahan, Melvin R. Adelson, Charles L. Abramson, Herbert L. Gould, Eugene G. Spurr, Norman S. Saranovitz, Eugene A. Silverio. Patrol Staff, Group 4 Third Row: Philip Freedman, Robert A. Brilliandt, John P. Brady, Herbert M. Slarinsky, Maurice K. Gan, Manuel B. Rosenfield, Alan M. Israel, Robert I. Gregerman, Douglas H. McCarter, and Eugene M. Rossman. Second Row: Jordan D. Spiegel, Paul Kamins, John F. Flahert ' , John F. Lichwell, Robert J Preskenis, Joseph P. Bullock, Edward R. Adelson, Samuel Rubinovitz, Bernard H. Ford, and Morris Richman. First Row: Richard H. Butler, Philip LaTorre, Henry A. Davidson, Sheldon Soosman, Stanley Harris, Stephen A. Tarantino, Richard W. Perron, and Bernard S. Zigman. 1946 Class Song 1821 — ENGLISH HIGH — 1946 Music by Carlton D. Lewis Words by Herbert M. Bycr English High, the dear old Blue and Blue, The time has come for us to part from you. English High, our Alma Plater true. We lift our voices in loud praise of you. All your famed traditions We shall ever hail; All your proud ambitions We shall never fail. English High, our hopes will be with you. For added triumphs for the Double Blue. English High, we bid you fond adieu. And though we leave you. we shall e ' er be tru ALNA MATER Class Song of ' 73 Alma Mater, tried and true, English High, our English High, Oft our hearts shall turn to you, English High, our English High. Should e ' er the laurel wreath be mine, I ' ll lay the honor at thy shrine. Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers are thine, English High, our English High. Men may come and men may go, English High, our English High, Yet in deep and peaceful flow, English High, our English High, Shall thy stream of learning wide. Through the ages grandly glide. Ever to thy sons a pride, English High, our English High. In the Long Run . . . you and your friends will prize the portrait that looks like you — your truest self, free from stage effects and little conceits. It is in this " long run " photography that PURDY suc- cess has been won. Portraiture by the camera that one cannot laugh at or cry over in later years. 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