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

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EX L I B R I S The Recnrd for 1947 Editors Robert P. Gersix. ' 47 Samuel Rubixovitz, ' 47 Associate Editors Paul E. McGerigle, ' 47 David Z. Tavel, ' 47 A ' lLLlAM TRUrTMAN. ' 47 Louis |. Tsavaris, ' 47 Business Managers Paul Black. ' 47 George Fox. ' 47 Nicholas Lembo. ' 47 Faculty Adz ' iscrs Mr. Henry Black ' Mr. Thomas G. Eccles The editors have end| at our Enghsh High tumult of war hag di is not facing the ster ' Class of 1947, how America ' s responsiI)il that : " Peace No les. CDIVTE TS ITiK Ri-xoRi) for 1947 is essentially an expression of appreciation to all those who have made our own indi- vidual records of accomplishment possible. The vears at Old Montgomery have been " golden years. " made so by a devoted Head Master and Faculty, l)y the grand good fellowship of our Classmates, by the Militar ' and the Athletic Activities of the School, and by the un- selfish service rendered by the boys of the various School Organizations. As we write the copy, " the (joldeii years return. " 4 EDITORIAL To the Port nf Success we receive our (li])l()mas on graduation da ' our sliij) of success will set out on the longest and most trying of all its voyages. Many will he the mountainous waves of discouragenint whicli will have to he surmounted, numerous the tricky undercurrents ot temptation to he overcome, hut with the valuable lessons of seamanship taught us in this school of honor and achievement, these ditticulties will prove hut minor hindrances on our chartered voyage to success. Unfortunately for us, our map tells us little about this port of success. What is it, and is it worth working and struggling for? Ts it an anjhorage where gold, glory, and power abound? I for one think not; to me, success is nothing but a synonym for the more familiar word, happi- ness. A man, who successfully struggles against the hardshi])s of life to reach the haven first mentioned, is in a very sorry plight, indeed. For in most cases his laborious ef¥orts have availed him nothing. At the start of his voyage into the sea of realities he was an unhaj)])y man with- out money ; at the end of his trij) he is a rich man, certainly, but still unhappy. A goal worth working for? A ' hat do yoii think? If this be the i)ort for which we are heading " , our years at English High have failed us completely. This condition can hardly exist however, if the les- sons taught us in this school, the invaluable lessons of cooperation, teamwork, and of the things which can make this world a better ])lace to live in and this life a better one to live, were listened to with just a little more than common coiu ' tesy. These subjects can show us the true meaning of success. A war has just been fought to help cleanse this world of a cancer. INTillions of lives have been lost, and the after-ef¥ects of this great disease have not even yet been full}- experiencd. Xow that the war hysteria has almost disappeared, we can sit back and soberly review the situation. How much better the world would be if the war and what is of more importance the causes of it, could have been erased at its start ! Resolve to do your utmost to see that war, with all its attendant heartbreaks, is never again allowed to rear its ugly head on this planet again. Let us do our share to see that the sparks of the principles of Brotherhood of Man as taught us in the school which we are now leaving, and the goal and motto from which the glowing spirit of the school emanates are fanned into such a flame that everyone will crowd into the warmth of its eternal light. Then and only then shall we be able to call the port of success, our home port. By Samuel Rubinovitz 5 W ALTER F. D() V 1 ' :V, A.B.. Ed.M.. L.H.D. Head Master DEDICATIDM To our bcUn ' cd Head Master 7cr gratefully dedieate this book. His eoiiiisel. his I ' isioii. and the reeol- le ctioii oj his truly deiiioeratie thoughts and actions z . ' ill guide us alzcays. 6 An Era Gone — Another ' s Dawn A quarter of a century has elapsed since the first class graduated, whose diplomas I signed as Head Master. That was in June, 1922. A long time ago, — yes a quarter of a century, but in events which have changed world history, — the most im- portant, perhaps, in all human history. English High School men have done their full share in trying to assist in solving the problems of this eventful era. They have fought for what was right in peace ; they have faced death for their country in the issues of war; many have died while fighting in de- fense of their country. Ve honor them. They have carried the ideals of this school to the farthest parts of the earth. They have been true Americans ; they love their country with a deep and lasting devotion. They know that the solution of the problems of the world may be gained only by united ef¥ort on the part of all races, all creeds and all peoples of this globe. Education without this aim is incomplete and in- adec|uate. You are now leaving this old school as graduates of the Class of 1947. There is much to be done in the world. Carry on in the path of your illustrious l)redecessors. Keep high the torch of learning, and learning which is right in the sight of God and man ; the torch of personal freedom; and freedom also from the taint of intolerance; the torch of high morals, — by word and act at all times and in all places. God Bless ami Keep You — E% er one. Walter F. D()W. i-:v, Head Master 7 A busy fellow is Mr. Elliott P. P ' razier ! Vet he never fails to have a few moments to devote to cheery conversation with the returning alumnus. " Doc " is at his desk early every morning to he!]) any fellow who needs enlightenment about getting into college. The desk here is usually surrounded bv such boys. As senior class adviser, " Doc " really delivers the goods, in the social way and in the finance manager ' s role. So long. " Doc, " and thanks for everything! I " There is a destiny that makes tis brothers, None goes his ' -a ' ay alone; All that zee send info the liz ' es of others Comes baek info our ozen. " Edwin Markham. A P P R E E I The Class of Forty-Seven is ])roud of its officers and of tlieir contrihntion to tlie life of the school. We elected these fellows through regular democratic jjrocesses. The hoys have come through for us in grand style. They are, seated left to right: Louis j. Tsavaris, vice-president: Rohert J. Jepsen, president: and William F. Muser, secretarx-treasurer : standing. Nicholas Lemho and George ' . Kenneally, memhers of the executive committee. C L S S D F CI ass Committees PROM COMMITTEE Staiidiii( s John G. Musante George F. Ciampa. Samuel Rubin- ovitz. Seated: Andrew A. Allan. Fvob- ert W. Kelley (Chairman), Wil- liam E. DeCroteau Jr. ALUMNI COMMITTEE Stand iiifi : Paul H. Black, William Truct- nian, George M. Belsky. Seated: Irving T. Howe, Paul R. AlacLeod, Daniel Al . Donovan (Chairman). Wallace J. Gleekman. JAMES M. C. ABBASCIAKO " Basil " 35 Loretta St.. W. Roxbury School : St. Patrick ' s Ambition : To be a business executive College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Dancing Room councilor 1 HENRY J. ABDELMASEH ■■Hank " 23 Bradeen Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " A rolling stone " Ambition: Navy College : Boston College Hobby : Drawing Drum and Buiiflc 2 HERBERT ABRAMS " Herb " 55 Lithgow Street, Dorchester School: Frank V " . Thompson Ambition: Journalism College: Columbia Hobbies: Photography, Hockey Honors, E3, H4, Gl, M3; Camera 3: Basketball 4 SAUL ADAMS ■■Saul ' 34 Clenhill Road. JIattapan School: Frank ' . Thompson Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Honors: H3. H4 ; Camera Club 3, 4: Patrol 3 MACY AHIGIAN ■ ■jVIace " 241 Columbus Ave., South End School: Prince Saying: " Live and learu " Ambition: Radio Hobbies : Sports. Radio Honors: SI, F2 RICHARD R. ALEXANDER " Alex " 11 Allen Street, West End School: William Blackstone Ambition : Medicine College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4, 2nd Lieut. 4 ANDREW A. ALLEN " Andy " 7S4 Center Street, Jamaica Plain School : Mary E. Curley Ambition: Sports writer College : Dartmouth Honors H3, Dl; Prom Committee 1st Lieut. 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basket ball 3. 4; Football, Ass ' t Mgr. 4 Hockev 4 PASQUALE S. ALOSA " Pat " 26 Thurston St.. E. Boston School: St. Lazarus Ambition: Artist College: Vesper George Hobbies: Art Honor roll 3; Fidelitv Prize 3; Patrol 3; Track 2; Tennis 2 MARTIN H. ALPERT ■■.Man " 66 Floyd Street, Dorchester School: Frank Thompson Saying: " Fame comes with work " Ambition: To be a businessman Collcoe: Boston University MARSHALL ARKIN •■Marsh " 44 Euston Roail, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Saying: " Love knows no bounds " Ambition: Arranger College: Boston University Band. 2. 3. 4. i6 RONALD A. ASCOLILLO ' Ronny " 367 Maverick Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Saying: " If silence is gold, he is broke " Ambition: Success Hobbies: Sports ALBERT ASHE " Al " 225 Walnut Ave., Roxhury School: Lewis Saying: " Never worry about the fu- ture, it comes too (quickly " Ambition: Commercial Artist Captain 4 SUMNER AUERBACH " Sum " 18 Greeiiheys Street, Dorchester School : Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Success in business College: Bentley ' s Hobbies : Sports 2d Lieut. 4; Patrol 4 WILLIAM P. AUSTIN •■Kill " 3 Remington Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Ecclesiastical Architect College : Ti ' inity Honor roll 3; Lawrence Prize E2; Fidelity Prize 2; Discussion 3; Pa- trol 4; 1st Lieut. 4 ALFRED J. BALERNA " Meatball " 257 Cornell Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: Professional Baseball College: West Point Athletic Councillor 2; Captain 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 CONRAD G. BALFOUR " Connie " 200 W. Sjiringfield St., South En l School : Abraham Lincoln Saying: " Si eed is a matter of time " Ambition: .Athletics College: Boston College Athletic Councillor 3. 4: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4 JOHN A. BARBERO, JR. " Johniix " 441 Jleridian Street. East Boston School: Joseph H. Karnes Saving: " Speech is silver, silence is gold " Ambition: Music Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming WALTER R. BARDON ■Ray " 10 . ssal)et -St., Dorchester School : Cirtjver Cleveland Ambition: Medicine Ci ' llege: Tufts and Harvard Hobbies: Baseball, Football Honors H4, M2, D6; Honor Roll 2, 3; Discussion 3, Office Aide 4; Cap- tain 4 LAWRENCE G. BARRETT ■■Larry ' 1595 Centre Street, Roslindale School : Robert G. Shaw Saying: " Bones and brains " Ambition: Sports Coaching College: Holy Cross Basketball 3. 4; Football 3: Track 2 ELLIOTT L. BARRON " Butch " 29 Park ' ale Avenue. Brighton School: Pulilic Latin Saying: " If it isn ' t the handsomest boy in school " Ambition: Veterinary Medicine College: University of Pennsylvania Office Aide 3; Captain 4 I? LEWIS F. BARRUS " Lew " 7 Anderson St., West End Scliool: William Blackstone Sayiiuj: " Never say die " Ambition : Business College: Boston University Hobbies : Sports Drum and Bugle 2, ,!, 4 JOHN F. BEATH " Jack " 8 Child Street, Jamaica Plain School : St. Thomas Aquinas Saying: " The time is now " Ambition: Journalism College: Boston College Lawrence Prize El; Golf 2 BENJAMIN W. BEBERMAN " Beehe " 47 Hnzelton Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " To each his own " Ambition: Business College: University of Alabama Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball STANLEY H. BECKER " Stan " 72 Ormond Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " All men arc created ecpial " Ambition: Business College: University of Southern Cali- fornia LEO BEDIA " ChiChi " S21 Harrison Avenue. South End School: Abraham Lincoln Saying: " Work, cau e of man ' s misery " Hobbies: .Sports ALDO V. BELMONTE " Al " 87 Orient Ave., E. Boston Scliool : Blackington Ambition: Accounting College: Boston College Hobbies : Roller Skating Honors H3, Record Staff 2; Patrol 3; Room Councilor 3, 4; Captain 4 GEORGE M. BELSKY " Jij " 3 Mascot Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition : Advertising College : Boston L ' niversity Honor Roll 3: Vearl)ook 4. Advertis ing; News Staff 4. Advertising Chemistry 3. 4; French 4; Discus sion 4; Patrol 3. 4: Office Aide 4 Colonel s Staff 4; Alumni Committee 4; 1st Lieut. 4 WILLIAM R. BENOIT " Ray • 846 E. Third St., S. Boston School: Nazareth Saying: " Never let school interfere " Ambition: Newspaper Business Hobbies : Sports Honor Roll 2: Lawrence Prize E6. 3; Fidelitv Prize 2 NORMAN BERKOWITZ " Iterky " 41 Wildwood Street, Dorchester School : Frank ' . Thompson Saying: " Success knocks but once " Ambition : Aeronautical Engineering College: Northeastern l ' niversity Patrol 2, 4; 1st Lieut. 4; Baseball J. V. 3, 4 EDWARD BERMAN " Kcldic " 57 Clarkwood Street. Mattapan School : Solomon Lew enberg Ambition: Su ccess College: Boston L ' niversity Honors. H3. FJ; Honor Roll 2, 3; Chess 2; Patrol 3, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; 1st Lieut. 4: Football J. ' . 3; Track 2, 3, 4 i8 JOSEPH HERMAN " Joe " 119 Homestead Street, Roxbiiry School : Theodore Roosevelt Saying: " Never say die " Ambition: Medicine College: Tufts Hobbies: Cartoons Patrol 3, 4; 1st Lieut. 4 RICHMOND A. BISHOP " Ritchie " 183 Minot Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " He who hesitates is lost " Ambition: Music College: Boston University Hobbies: Music Band 2, 3, 4 MARVIN I. BLACK " Marv " 35 Stratton Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " Money is the root of all evil ' Ambition: Business College: Boston University Honors F2, G2; Patrol 4; Captain 4 PAUL H. BLACK •■Blackie " 63 Nottinghill Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Business College: University of Pennsylvania Honors, LI, L2, F3, H4; Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Stafif 4; News Staff 4; Business Manager; Chemistry 4; French 4; Discussion 2, 3, 4; Chess 3, 4; Patrol 4; Alumni Committee 4; 1st Lieut. 4; Tennis 3, 4; Library Corps 2, 3, 4 JOHN J. BLAIR " Johnny " 29 Wainwright Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Saying: " Do it right or not at all " Ambition: Forestry College: New York State College of Forestry Trick Squad 4; Patrol 3 NORMAN F. BLIGH " Pep " 105 Cornell Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " Warm hands, cold heart " Ambition: U. S. Government College: Yale Hobbies: Gymnastics Discussion 4; 1st Lieut. 4: Track 1 PAUL K. BORDUN ■■Lcft " 555 Allen Street, West End School: Everett High Ambition: Music College: Boston Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Autographs Band 4; Captain 4 NOEL A. BRAITHWAITE " Art " 16 Seattle Street. Allston School : Thomas Gardner Siiymn: " After you on the paper " ( ol ciic: Boston University I lobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Track 2. 3. 4 ALBERT J. BREWSTER " Al " 23 Mill Street, Charlestown School : St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Traveling College: New York State College of I ' orestry I lobbies: Nature study. Outing; Photo- graphy Camera Club 4; Trick Stpiad 4 AARON L. BRODY " Kitsel " 356 Harvard Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " India ink and a pen " Ambition : .Sports cartooning College: Tufts Honor Roll 2. 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Statf 4; Record " Staff 3, 4; News Staff 4; 2d Lieut. 4 19 MINOT N. BRONSTEIN " liroiuly ' ' 99 Townsend Street, Roxbury ScJiool : Lewis Collcijc: Tufts Chemistry 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3 ; Orchestra 3, 4 ; Captain 4 ; Base- !)all 2, 3; Basketball 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4 EDWARD W. BROOKS ■■Eddie " 29 Seymour Street, Roslindale School: St. Francis Xavier Saying: " Better late than never " Ambiiioii: College and Success Hobbies : Sports LEONARD M. BROWN " Lenii " 44 llDoker Street, Allston School: William H. Taft Saying: " Name it and you can have it " Ambition : Professional Baseball College: Boston College Record Staff 2. 3; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Athletic Councillor 3; Basel)all 3, 4; Football 4; Track 2, 3, 4 PAUL S. BRUNING ■Dec " 158 Bdwdoin Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Saying: " Are you loukiuf; for a bruise ? " Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 4; Room Councillor 2 JOHN F. BUCKLEY " Buck " lU.SS Vashin.i;ton Street, Dorchester School: Sacred Heart Saying: " Do well what you do " Ambition: U. S. Navy College: V . S. Coast (iuard Academy Room Councillor 3; Athletic Councillor 3; Baseball 4; Football 4 JOSEPH BUNSON " Joe " 27 (Joodale Road, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg College: Boston University Hobbies: Camera, Sports Ne ys Staff 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Coun- cillor 4; Athletic Councillor 3;. In- dividual Prize Drill 2; Color Bearer 3; 1st Lieut. 4; Baseball 4 JOHN A. BURKE, JR. ■■Red " 58 Royal Street, Allston Saying: " I wish 1 was rich instead of handsome " Ambition: Success College: Boston College HENRY T. CAMERLANGO ■ ' The Wee One " 53 Willow Street. W. Roxbury School: Francis Parkman Saying: " Ashes to ashes, dust to dust " Ambition: Dentistry College: Tufts 2d Lieut. 4 FRANK S. CAMPO " I ' rankie " 148 Salem Street. North End School: Michelangelo Saying: " rvc got pepper and egg sandwich " Hobbies: Sports RAYMOND A. CAMPO ■Ray " 319 Sumner Street. East Boston School: Donald McKay Saying: " Rip ' an Winkle the Second " Ambition: Business Colleiie: Northeastern Cniversitv 1st Lieut. 4 DAVID I. CAPLAN ••Dave " 17 Snnonia St., Kuxl)ur School : Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: EiigineeiiiiK CoUctic: Massachusetts Institute of Techiiolo{;y Honors, M2, M3, PI, P3, Gl, G2, E2; Honor Roll 3 ; Lawrence Prize P3 ; Vice President 4; Chess 2, 3; Chem- istry 4 JOHN W. CARLEY ■•Red " 511 Ath.il Street, All-,tnn School: Public Latin Saying: " Guess Fll ro down to the morgue " College: Boston College Patrol 3; 2d Lieut. 4; Football 4; Baseball 4 HUGH A. CARNEY " Hughie " 129 Draper Street, Dorchester School: Mather Saying: " Look for me at the State House " Ambition: Medicine College : Boston College Patrol 1 UMBERTO F. CARROZZA " Bert " 103 Bennington Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Saying: " Forever, Amber? " Ambition : Traveling College: Boston LIniversity Hobbies: Sports RAYMOND T. CARVER " Rainey " 22 Woodworth Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Ambition: Business College: Suffolk Law School Patrol 1; Switchboard 1; Athletic Councillor 4; Trick Squad 4; Cohjr Bearer 2; Captain 4 GEORGE L. CASALE " Custy " 11192 Bennington .St., E. Boston School : St. Lazarus Sayinti: " Have yuii got the chemistry " Ambition: Success Hobbies: Simrts. Drawing 2d Lieut. 4 JOHN T. CASSIDY ■■Jack " 63 Glendale Street. Dorchester School : Mather Ambition: Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors. HI. LI, H4: Honor Roll 1. 2: Fidelity Prize 1 ; Athletic Councillor 3; Ca]itain 4 ROBERT L. CASTAGNOLA ■•Casty " 387 Hanover Street, North End School: Michelangelo Saying: " Glad it ' s over " Ambition: Business Colleiie: Boston College Honors HI, E3, M3, D6; Fidelitv Prize 2: Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 JOHN M. CAULFIELD ■■Johnny ' 1 1 Ruya! Street. Allston School : St. Anthony ' s Saying: " When you call. c;dl Caullield " Ambition: Business Hobbies: Sports. Stamps. Dancing Patrol 1 ; Switchboard 1 MATTHEW H. CHAET ■■Micke " 94 Radcliffe Street. Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Saying: " Speaking silence is better tlian senseless speecli " Ambition: Creative Livitig College: Alabama Patrol 2. 3 21 ROBERT A. CHALMERS ••Boh " 10 Caltha Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison .Sayiiit : ••Loaded with i)ossihilities " Ambition : Success Hobbies: Sports, Music, Travel Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,4; id Lieut. 4; Golf 3, 4 THOMAS P. CHATALBASH ••Chaf 277 Belgrade Avenue, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Sayiiic : " Who put the l)enzadrine in Ovaltine? " Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Northeastern Track 2, 3; Golf 2, 3 EDWARD K. CHIN " Eddie " 77 Harrison i venue. South End School: , liraliani Lincoln Ambition: Architecture College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors Gl, (Ji, H4. E2, 1 ' 3; Honor Koll 2, j; Chemistry; Patrol 3 ARTHUR L. CHURCHILL ■Red " 27 Dawes Street, Dorcliester School: Edward Everett Sayiny: " Will power is half the suc- cess of life " Ambition: U. S. Coast Guard College: U. S. Coast Gu.ard Acadeniv Football GEORGE F. CIAMPA " Chainji " 16 Gladstone .Street, East Boston School: lilackiiigton Lollci c: Boston University Dance Committee 4; Patrol 3, 4; Ath letic Councillor 1 ; Color Hearer 2. 3; Secretary-Treasurer 3; Cai tain 4; Baseball Mgr. 3, 4; Football 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 RONALD G. CLANTON " Ronnie " 162 Fuller Street, Dorchester School : Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Success Collcjie: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors H4, M2, M3, Gl, G2. PI, P3, F3; Honor Roll 2; Councillor 3, 4 WILLIAM I. CLAYMAN ■Itjv- HI Jacob Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Sayijin: " An unrecognized genius " Ambition : Chemical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chess 4; Chemistry 4; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 2; Switchboard 2 HAROLD J. CLEARY ■Harry " 71 ' man Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Patrol 3; Public School Symphony Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Public School Sym- l)hony Orchestra 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3 VALENTINE H. CODDING ■■ al " 1 ,S Marcella Street, Roxbury School : James P. Timilty Ambition: To be an executive HERBERT COHEN ■Tex " . S liellvista Road, Brighton School: WilHani H. Taft Sayin i: " I ' ll be yours till the L " . S. drink Canada dry " Ambition: Conmiercial . rt College: School of Practical Arts Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4: Captain 4 22 HERBERT H. COHEN ••Hcrli " 5 Wales Street. Dorcliester Scliool: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition : S()ci(jlo y College : Tufts Honors FJ ; Honor Roll 2; News Staff 4; Discussion 4; Music i pi)recialinn 4; Chemistry 4; Switchlx.anl ,5, 4: Councillor 2; 1st Lieut. 4 CIRIACO A. COLELLA " Jerry " 19 Conyreve Street, Roslindale School: Michelangelo Ambition : Jewelry Callcfic: Walthani School of Watch- makiiuy Patrol 4. Councillor 4; Individual Prize Drill .5; Lieut. 4 JOHN C. COLLIAS " Johnny " 671 Trtmont .Street, South End School : Dvvight Sayi)i! : " He who lies down with dogs, riseth up with fleas " Ambition : Professional Baseball Athletic Councillor 3; Orchestra 4; Drum and Fife 1, 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieut. 4 RAYMOND J. COLLINS " Ray " 19 Peverell Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Saying- " Ira furor brevis est " Ambition : Chemistry College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3; 1st Lieut. 4 PAUL G. QUINN 41 McNulty Ct., Charlcstown School: Mary E. Curley Saying: " Education — the foundation of success " Ambition : Success College: Holy Cross Hobbies : Sports Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3 ERNEST J. COMEAU " Ernie " 5 Bowdoin Avenue. Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Saying: " Forsan et hacc olim menii- iiis.se iuvabit " Ambition: Medicine College: Harvard Honor Roll 2; French; 2d l,ieut. 4 EARLE B. COMPTON, JR. " Skijipy " l ' i2 (lainsboro Street. Back Bay School: Prince Saying: " A closed mouth catches no flies " .Imhifion: Sports Cartoons College: Massachusetts School of Art FRANCIS R. CONBOY " Red " .1 " cterans of T ' -oreiK ' n Wan way. J. P. Park- School: Robert G. Shaw SayiiKi: " Does any one know Kilroy? " .Iiiihition: Engineering; Drafting Lullcge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Band 2, 3 RICHARD F. CONCANNON " Skull " 26 Chipman .Street. Dorchester School: Ft. Barton, Tiverton, R. I. Sii.nii : " .Vmicus usque ad aras " . hfi ' ition : Success - iillcgc ; Dartmouth llohbics : Hitch-hiking (iulf 3. 4 VASILIOS M. CONIARIS " Connie " 62 Shawmut Avenue, South End School : Abraham Lincoln Saying: " Speech is great but silence is greater " Ambition: Dentistry College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Fishing and Stamps 23 FRANCIS J. CONLON " Frank " 468 Tremont Street. South End Scliool: Clarence R. Edwards Sayiiitj: " I regret that I have l)ut three years to give to my school " ' Ambition : Electrical Engineering CoUciic: Harvard Drum and Fife 3 MICHAEL J. CONNOLLY " Jimmie " 46 Roliinsun Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Sayiiiy: " What a price to pay for freedom " Ambition : Engineering College: Northeastern Patrol 4; Office Aide ; Manual of Arms J ; Captain 4 VINCENT F. CONNOLLY " " innie " 7 Stellman Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " H(}pe it ' s over soon " College : IJoston College Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball Drum and Bugle 2, 4 GERALD L. CONNOR " Jerry " 11611 H;irrison . venue, Roxbury School: Avery, Dedhani. Mass. Saying: " To conquer business world " Ambition: Success in business Hobbies: .S])orts Clee Club ; I ' atrol ,! ; id Lieut. 4; Baseball 1 ; Basketball FRANCIS X. FAHERTY " I ' ran " 574 Aslnnont .Street, i ei)onset School: .St. Ann ' s Saying: " Has an one here seen Dooley ? " Ambition: Chemical Research College: Boston College .Swimming; Athletic Councillor 1; .Song Committee 4 ALFRED C. CONROD " Al " 7 Whittemore Terr.. Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: Advertising College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Model Building Tnrlividual Drill 3; Captain 4 JAMES V. CONSALVI •Jeep " 39 Hewlett Street. Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: Medicine College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors, L2, Mi: Band 2 CARL COOPERSTEIN " Coopie " 504 Warren Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Optometry College: Massachusetts School of Op- tometry Hobbies: Photograjihy Honors Fi, G2, M2; Honor Roll 2, 3; I ' atrol 4; 1st Lieut. 4 JAMES M. COPPINGER -Cops " ' . ( Whitford St.. Roslimlale School: Washin.gton Irving Saying: " Who said Kilroy was here; he is here " Ambition: Success in business College: Holy Cross iiasel)all; Patrol 3 JAMES B. CORSCADDEN " Berny " ( 1 Loring Street, Hyde Park School : St. Raphael ' s Saying: " All ' s well that ends well " Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Harvard Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 1: Patrol 3: . thletic Councillor 4 24 JOHN CORSON " Corny " 179 Temple Street, W. Roxbiiry School: Public Latin Ambition: Law Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1 ; Room Councillor 1 Track 1. ' ; Coif FRANCIS J. COSTA " Frank " 36 Draper Street. Dorchester School: Crover Cleveland Ambition: Naval Aviation Hobbies: Sports JOHN K. COSTAIN " Bleachy " 4 Warren S(|uare, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition : Interpreter College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Swimmini; Honors LI ; Honor Roll 3 EDMUND J. COTTER 45 Elmi " Eddie " Street, Brighton School: William H. Taft Saying: " Keep on trying " Ambition: Business College: U. C. L. A. Honors, E2, K3. M2. Pi, 114 Discussion Clul): 1st Lieut. 4 EDWARD T. COUGHLIN " Xed " 37 Westglow Street, Dorcliester School: St. Ann ' s Saying: " Let ' s take it easy, c!i, Jackson? " Ambition: Telephone Work Hobbies: Sports Office Aide .! JOHN J. COUGHLIN " Jack " 69 Sedgewick St., Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas Aquinas Ambition: Commercial Aviation Hobbies: FlyiuK, Sports .Vthlctic ( (luneillor 1 BURTON COWAN " Burt " 24 Wtstniore Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " A wager is a fool ' s argu- ment Ambition: Optometry College: Massachusetts School of Oii- tometry Honor Roll .5; Chess 2; Chemistry 4; Science 3; Band 3, 4; Captain of Hand 4 FREDERICK R. COWAN " Fred " 16 Cr.iy Street, South End School: Rice Ambition: Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Sports Drum and Fife 3, 4; Baseball 4- Track 4 ' ALFRED E. CREHAN " Old 90 Proof " 30 Percival Street, Dorcliester School: Pulilic Latin Saying: " Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die " Ambition: V. S. Army College: West Point Hockey 2. 3, 4 LORAN A. CROWELL 107 Augiista . veiuu-. KosMndale School: Washington Irving Saying: " They that go down to sea in ships " College: I ' . S. Coast taiard ll ihhics: Sports 25 BRUCE CUMMINGS " Head " 57 Veniiont St.. V. R(ixl)ury School: Public Latin Ambition: Chemistry Collcsic: Massachusetts State Hobbies: Chess, Howling Honors E2, Fl, M3, P3 Chess 2. i. 4; Chemistry 4; 1st Lieut. Room CouTicillor 2 JOSEPH A. CUNITA, JR. " Joe ' ' 178 Hcnuin.i, ' ton St.. E. Hoston School : Joseph H. Barnes Sayiitci: " I would rather be ri;;ht tliau President " Hobbies: Dancing, Football, liaseball Honors G2, Fi: 1st Lieut. 4 LEON CUREWITZ " Larry " A Intervale .Street, Roxliury School: Patrick T. Campliell Sayiiiii: " (ircat estates nia venture more " Ambition : .Success in business College : Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; 1st Lieut. 4 ALFRED W. DAGLE ■Al " 13 Walker Street. Cliai lestuwn School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Building Constructiou Collcfje: Boston Colle.ge Hobbies: Sports GEORGE A. DALEY " Tony " 106 Beaiuuont Street. Dorciiester School : WVxjdrow Wilson Ambition: Refrigeration Engineering College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Football, Refrigeration Football 3. 4 JOHN J. DALEY " Jackie " 102 E. Newton Street, South End School: Dwight Saying: " Way down yonder in the cornfields " Ambition : Architecture College: Massachusetts Institute of Technolo.gy JOHN D. DALTON •■Jack " . 72 LaGrange Street, W. Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Saying: " Keep it and you will .ilways have it " Ambition: Journalism College: Boston I ' niversitv JOHN R. DALTON " Jack " 100 Dakota Street. Dorchester School : Grover Cleveland Ambition: Law College: Harvard Hobbies: Sjiorts 2d Lieut. 4; Track 3 MURRAY L. DANIELS " 1 ).inii 32 Clarkwood Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lcwenberg Saying: " Have your fun while you can " Ambition: Success in Business College: Boston University Chess 2: Patrol 2 HAROLD S. DAVIDSON " Hal " 241 Levden Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Saying: " Who has a car Ambition: Law College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Music Football Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 .heck ? 26 JAY A. DAVIDSON " Al " 142 Suthciland Koad, Brigliton School : Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: Dentistry College: Harvard Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 2. 4; News Staff 4, Ass ' t Business JIaiiager; Discussion 4; Patrol 4; Captain 4; Footliall 2 EDWARD J. DAVIS " Eddie " 66a (Grampian Way, Dorchester School : St. Williams Saying: " Feed it and it ' s yours " Ambition: Dentistry College: Chester School of Jlcchanical Dentistry Hobbies: Yachting Patrol 3; 1st Lieut. 4 WILLIAM E. DeCROTEAU " Duke " 404 Massachusetts Ave., Back Bay School : Prince Ambition : Photography College: Yale Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 2, .i. 4; Camera Club I, 2, 3. 4; Prom Committee 4 ; Photography Editor Yearbook and Record Staff " 4; Secre- tary Camera Club 3; Circulation Staff 4 DANTE F. DeFURIA " Dan " 155 Cottage Street, E. Boston School: Donald McKay Savintr: " One cannot al a s be a hero " Ambition : , viation Hobbies: Model Airjdanes Room Councillor 2, 3; Orclicstra 2. 4 HORACE A. DEL GROSSO " Dell " 115 Marcella Street, Roxbury School : Public Latin Savinc : " Stud - is a weariness flesh " Ambition: Civil Engineering College: (Jcorgetown I ' niversity Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 HERBERT B. d ' ENTREMONT " Herb " 06 West Eagle Street, E. I ' .ostoii School: Josiph IL Barnes Savimi: " .Meet nie ;it the morgue, slab No. 4 " Ambition: fc ngincering College: Xortheastern I ' niversity Honors K3 ; Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Pri c 2; Patrol 4; Captain 4 ROBERT De PERON, JR. " B.jb " 523 Tremont Street, S(. uth End School : Rice Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors. Fl. PI, H4, 01, CI, Ci, Ml M2, M3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 Lawrence Prize Fl. G3, Hyg. 4 Fidelity Prize 3; Patrol 4 Office . ide 4 ; Captain 4 JAMES M. DEVLIN " Jimniie " 98 Endicott Street. North End School: St. Mary ' s Saying: " You got rocks in your head " Ambition: Atomic Engineering College: lioston duversity VINCENT F. DIAFERIO 42 Highhmd Street. Ro.xlmry School: Diarborn Siiyinn: " Henedictus qui venit nomine Di-i " Ambition : Law College : lioston College Honors: F2, 11. M2; 1st Lieut. 4 BENSON DIAMOND " lieun " 35 Ormond Street. Mattapan School : Solomon Le enber.g Saying: " You called it " Ambition: Commerci.il Advertising College: Boston Cniversity Hobbies: Si)orts Cliemi.strv 4: Patrol 3. 4; 1st Lieut. 4; Tniek 2 27 RICARDO DiGREGORIO •■Uic ' - ,54 (Jhulstuiie Strict. K,-ist liostiiii School : Blackiiigton Ambition: Commercial Advertising College: Riistoii Collcne Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Hockey Honors, El, E2, Hi, F2, Fi, Ml. M2, L2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Patrol ,1 : Room Coinicillor 1. 2; Captain 4 PHILIP E. DiMATTIA ■Phil-- 93 Charter St., Xnrtli F.nil School: St. Anthony ' s Sayinfi: " Know any tjood jukes? " Ambition: Pharmacy ' ollc ie: Massachusetts Colle.nc of Pharmacy Swimminsr : ] atrol ]. 2 DANIEL J. DiMICHELE l)aHn " 516 Sunnier Street, E. lii.stipu School: Donald McKay Ambition: Success College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Football JACK M. DINSFRIEND " J. ' iekie " 5 Ayr Ro.id, Brii;liton School: Public I.atin Ambition: Law College: Harvard Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Yearbook StafT 4; Record StatT 1, 4; Chess i. 4; Patrol } News Staff 4; 4: C;ipt;iin 4 HAROLD H. DONNELLY " Don " 115 .School .Street. .Jamaica Plain School : Theodore Roosevelt Saxino: " lU- it ever so lunnble iio lilace like F. II. S. " Ambitiiiii ; Stenography Hobbies: Sports 2d Lieut. 4 then DANIEL M. DONOVAN " Dan-o " 1 1 Clover Street. Neponset School: St. Ann ' s Ambition: Accounting College: Boston College Hobbles: Football. Baseball I .itrul 2. 4: Chairman Alumni Com- mittee: Trick .Squad 4; Captain 4; Track 4 FRANCIS V. DONOVAN, JR. " Drank " 2. Elgin Street. West RoNbury Saying: " 1 .shoulda stood in bed " Ambition: Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Golf. Basketliall. Football Patrol 4; Athletic Councillor 4: 1st I-ieut. 4: Track 2 ROBERT E. DONOVAN •■Bob " 511 Peterboro Street. Back Bay School: Prince Ambition : Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honor Roll 2; Patrol 4; Trick -Squad 1. 2. .5. 4; Captain 4: Basket- ball 4 WILLIAM J. DOOLEY " Hill " 82 Codnian Hill Ave.. Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Saying: " Why did you send nie that cut slip, sir? " Ambition : Advertising College: Boston I ' niversity Room Councillor 2. 4 ; . thletic Coun- cillor RICHARD J. DORN •Dick " 24 Colwell Avenue. Brighton School: Thomas - . Etlison Saying: ' Put the blame on me. Hoy " Hobbu s: Teiniis aTid Baseball Patrol 4; Cajitain 4 28 ARTHUR D. DOWD ••Art " 26 Regent Street, Roxbury School: St. Joseph ' s Sayiiirj: ' ' Stay on the beam " Ambition: Success J lobbies: Sports FRANCIS X. DOWNEY " Fran " 184 School Street, Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt Saying: " Guilty " College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Homing Pigeons Patrol 4; Athletic Councillor 2, 3; Captain 4 ; Track 3 EDWIN A. DOYLE ••Skip ' " 288A Dudley Street, Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Sayiiifi: " 1 am not interested who my grandfather was " Ambition : .Salesmanship College: Night School Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing JOHN P. DOYLE ••Jack " 40 Dennis Street, Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s obbics : .Sports Record Representative ,5 ; Room Coun- cillor 1. 3; Room Athletic Councillor 1, 3; Captain 4 WALTER C. DOYLE •■Wally " 61 Bradeen Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: •■Doyle was here " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Football MURRAY A. DROBNIS ••Al " 52 Hazelton Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Levvcnbcrg Saying: • ' It is mind that docs the work " Ambition: Medicine College: Harvard Hobbies: Music Hand 2, 3. 4 PAUL E. DRUMMOND ••Eddie ' 336 Park Street, Dorchester ■School: (irover Cleveland Saying: ' ■Life is just one thing after another " .iinbition: Psychology College: Boston College Hobbies: Football Patrol 3, 4 HAROLD DUBIN ••Hal " 95 Ballon Street, Dorchester ,Sr i ).) : Frank ' . Thompson Sayin.r. • ' Tlie breath of wisdom is nnmortal • A nihil lull : Jledicine L oil cue : Tufts ohhies: Microscopy, Reading lloiiiir Roll 2; Patrol 3, 4 ARTHUR EVANS ■■Art " 194 Normandy Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Camplicll Saying: ■ ' Creator of living ' ' .linhi ioii: Sports L .illcc: Alabama Hohhics: Sports, Horse Racing Track 2 JOHN F. FAHEY " Jack " 36 I.angley Road. Brighton School: Our Lady of Presentation Sayinii: " ■Jle and my typewriter " . Imbition : Accounting Collciic: Boston College 1st I.ieut. 4 29 ANGELO M. FATALO ■■Angic- " 134 Prince Street, North End School : Michelangelo Sayiiiri: " Be square " Ambition: Success Hobbies: Basketball, Football SHERWIN S. FEINSTEIN ■■Stretch " 37 N. Kussdl Street, West End School : William Blackstone Sayiiifi: " Blue and Blue forever " Ambition: U. S. Army Hobbies: Basketball, Cards Honors, G2, Dl; Basketball 2 CHARLES F. FENN, JR. " Charlie " 165 Fuller Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors El, F3, G2, G3, M3; Honor in . 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize F3 ; Clieniistry 4 French 3, 4; Cai tain 4 PATRICK Q. FENNESSY " Pat " 9 Whittemore Street, West Roxhury School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Saying: " West Point, here I come " A)nbition: Engineering College: West Point Chess 2: Patrol Captain 4; Room Councillnr 4; Captain 4; Footl)all MatuiKcr 3 ALBERT FINE " Albie " 105 Ellington Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campl)ell Saying: " Sigh no more, my ladies, sigh no more for me " Ambition : Business College: Boston Universit ' Record Staff 3; Current Events 1; Patrol 3. 4; Ciptain 4 JACK H. FISHBON " Jackie " 50 Ashton Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " Captain of the Hookey Team " Ambition: Music College : Boston University Honors, E2, PI; Honor Roll 1; Cur- rent Events 1 : Camera 2 ; Patrol 3 NORMAN P. FISHER ■ ' Shorty " 36 ' esta Road, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Saying: " Big things come in small packages " College: Boston I ' niversity Hobbies: Crafts Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 WILLIAM F. FLAHERTY " Bill " 36 Ivor - Street. West Roxbury School: Public Latin Saying: " Study bringeth success " Ambition : Teaching Physical Educa- tion College : Boston College Hobbies: Sports Football 3. 4 BERNARD H. FORD " Bernie " 103 Harvard Street. Dorchester School : Frank ' . Thompson College: Boston L ' nivcrsity Fidelity Prize 2: Record Staff 3: Chemistry 4: Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Military Prize. Band 2. 3: Band 2; CajUain 4 MARTIN G. FORGIONE " Fugy " 406 Frankfort St., E. Boston School: Donald McKay Saying: " Carpe diem " Ambition: Success College : Boston College Honors LI. F2; Honor Roll 2: Patrol 4 : Captain 4 30 JULIAN L. FORMAN " Sunny " 62 Johnston Road, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenl)erg Sayinp: " To each his own " Ambition: Success in l)nsiness College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies : ]; 7.7. Records Patrol 2, i JOHN J. FORTE " Johnnie " 474 Hyde Park Ave., Roslindale School: Dwight Saying: " If you don ' t succeed, try, try again " Ambition: Architecture College: Northeastern University Athletic Councillor 4; Basehall i, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4 GEORGE M. FOX " Foxy " 31 Wales Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Journalism College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honors L4, E3 ; Lawrence Prize E3 ; Yearbook 4 ; Record Staff 4 ; News Staff 4; Switchboard 3, 4; 1st I.ieut. 4 JOHN P. FOX " John-Boy " 8 Dresden Street, Jamaica Plain School: Our Lady of Lourdes Saying: " Tiny cogs turn mighty wheels " Ambition: Journalism College: Boston University Swimming; Spelling 2, 3 JOHN F. FRANZ " Johimy " 98 Paul Core St., Jamaica Plain School: i Lary E. Curley Saying: " My train is hitched on to success " Ambition: Aviation College: Annapolis Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 PHILIP FREEDMAN " Fuzzy " 78 Ellington Street, Dorchester School: William Blackstone Saying: " Always keej) smiling " Ambition: Success in Business I lobbies: Sports, Foreign Coins; Pa- trol 3, 4; 1st I.ieut. 4 JOHN J. GAFFEY ■■Ja " 402 Weld Street. W. Koxbury School: liobert (i. Sliaw .Inibition: Business College: Harvard Honors, E2, E3, L2, Fl, F2, PI, H4; Honor Roll 1 ; Record Advertising Staff 2; Discussion 3; Patrol 3, 4; Home Room Spelling Chami)ion 2; 1st Lieut. 4 ALAN M. GARBER " (iabby " 23 Chamlierlain St., Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Saying: " He who hath the gift of gab " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern University S forts: Radio, Camping Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 NELSON H. GARBER Ace " 24 Jit. Bowdciin Terr.. Dorchester School : Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Merit is worthier than fanu " " Hobbies: Sports, A ' iation RICHARD P. GARRO " Dick " 69 Hamiltcin Street, Dorchester School: tirover Cleveland Saying: " Each to his own " Ambition: Civil Engineering (. ' t ' llcgc: New H;»ni]jshire or Technology WILFRED J. GAUDREAU ■■Fn;V 48 N. Miiiirof Terr., Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Saying : " Win live ()nl - t)nce " Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Mnsic, Sports Patrol 3, 4; Band 1; 2d Lient. 4: Track 1, 3 ROBERT T. GAVAGAN " Boll- ' 141 Lexington Street, E. Boston School : Sacred Heart Saying: " Be jolly and square " Ambition: Traveling College: Naval Midshipmen R.O.T.C. Record Staff 2; Room Councillor 2 FRANK J. GAVIANI " Frankie Bci " 4 Ashland Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Saying: " Speech is great liut silenei. is greater " Anihifiiii! ; Music C ' ( ' (- r: IJustoii tfniversit} " Honors SI, Fi, G2 ; Honor Roll J; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 HARVEY GELLER •■Ilarve " 42 Jones Avenue, Dtirchcstei ' School : Frank X. Thompson Saying: " Unrecognized genius " Ambition: Connnercial rt College: Massachusetts Art .School Hobbies: Photography, Coins, Staniji EMMANUEL H. GENES " Lucky " 312 Centre St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Saying: " An aml)itinns l)Ut lazy in- divitlual " Ambition: Corporation I aw College: Harvard Discussion 4 ARTHUR K. GEORGE " Artie " 2 Union Park Street, South End School : Rice Ambition: Traveling College: Worcester Poly tech Honors El. F2, F3, SI, S2, Ml; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Lawrence Prize SI, S2: Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 ROBERT P. GERSIN " Boll " 2 Capen Street, Dorchester School : Frank V. Thompson Saying: " I ' m always chasing rainbows " Ambition: Commercial Art College: ilass. School of Art Honor Roll 3; Yearbook StafiF 4: Record Staff 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor in Chief of Yearbook; School Graphics F.ditor of Recorc! 3: C i-Ec ' itor in Chief of Record 4; News Staff 4; Capt; in 4 EDWARD P. GILMORE " Eddy " 35 Vinson Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Saying: " Going rinking tonight? " Hobbies: Roller Skating, Sports Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4 FRANK V. GIORDANO ■Jerry " 1387 Commonwealth Ave., Allston School: William H. Taft Saying: " Four vcars at hard labor at E. H. S. " College : Tufts Patrol Captain 4 ; Captain 4 WALLACE J. GLEEKMAN •Wally " 20 McLellan Street, Dorchester School : Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Physics College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors Gl, P3 : Honor Roll 3; Chem- istry 4; Patrol 4; Alumni Committee 4; Ist Lieut. 4; Track 2, 3. 4 . 2 GERHARD GLUCK " Jerry " 5 Braemore Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Music College : Boston University Hobbies: Chess, Records Chess 2, ,?, 4; (. " l ee Cluh . ' , ; Band 4; Drum and Fife 2 Captain 4 JOHN J. GOGGIN " Googie " 1 1 Asylum Street, South Knd School: Abraham Lincoln Saying: " Get up and play tlu ' game ' Ambition: Business Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball Athletic Councillor 1 EDWARD L. GOLD ■■Ed " 190 Normandy Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " E pluribus unum " Ambition: Business College : Boston University Hobbies: Bowling ALBERT A. GOLDMAN ■■Al " 130 Ellington Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Eat, drink and be merry " Ambition: Business College: Bentley Hobbies: Swimming; Basketball Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 STANLEY GOLDMAN " Stan " 770 Morton Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Saying: " Here today, gone tomorrow ' Ambition: Naval Career College: Massachusetts Maritime Academy HARVEY M. GOLDSTEIN ••(Joldy " 4fi Devon Street. Ko.xliury School: Patrick T. Campbell Sayintr: " Oidy tomorrc w will tell " Ambition : .Salesmanship College: IJcjston University ■earbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Office Aide 3; Athletic Councillor 2: Band 2 LEONARD J. GOODMAN ' ■ Lenny " 9, 5 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " Blow, Gabriel, blow " Ambition: Music Hobbies: Music, Billiards Rifle 3. 4 ROBERT E. GOUDIE ' ■( joody " 11 X. Munroe Terrace, Dorchester School: CJrover Cleveland Saying: " To each his own " Ambition : Architecture Cnllt nc: Northeastern University Uaseball 4; Football 4; Track 3. 4; Athletic Councillor 4 ANGELO A. GOVOSTES 38 Dover Street. South End School : Abraham Lincoln Saying: ' " N ' irtue is the path of praise " Ambition: Law College: Boston I ' niversity Lawrence Prize 2; Fidelity Prize 2: Captain 4 WILLIAM E. GRADY ■■Bill " 17 Woodward Park St., Dorchester School: Hu.ah O ' Brien Ambition: Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Dancing. Howling, Baseball 2d Lieut. 4 33 PANTALEONE W. GRANDE " Leu " 5 Battery Street, North End School: Michelangelo Ambition: Engineering Colleijc: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors E2, E3, L2, L3, F3, F4, M ' M3, P3; Honor Roll 2. 3, 4; Law- rence Prize LI, L2, F4; Patrol 4; Captain 4 JAMES D. GRANT " Don " 447 Poplar Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving College: Northeastern University Hobbies : Sports MARIO S. GRASSO " Mario " 80 Chelsea Street. East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: U. S. Navy College: Naval Academy Honors E2, F3, CI, M2; Honor Rc 2; Room Councillor 3; Captain 4 SIDNEY GREEN " Si,l " 53 Adams Street, Dorchester School: JMather Ambition: Radio EiiKinecrinf; College: Specialized Radio School lobbies: HouIiuK Clee Clul) 2. 3 DANIEL D. GREENBERG " Dann " 393 Blue Hill Avenue. Roxhury School: Patrick T. Canipl)cll Sciying: " In (loil we trust, hut y( pay " Ambit Ion: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern Universitv ELLIOTT GREENE " Greenie " 518 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxhury School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Speech is silver hut silence is golden " Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies : Coins 2d Lieut. 4; Track 1 EDWARD F. GREER " Eddie " 52 Port Norfolk Street. Neponset School : Woodrow Wilson Ambition: V. S. Navy College: Annapolis Fidelity Prize 3: Yearbook Staff Chair- man 4; Trick Squad 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Individual Prize Win- ner in Competitive Drill 3; Spelling Bee 3; Class Vice President 3; 2d Lieut. 4 ROBERT GREGERMAN " Bob " 52 Selden Street, Dorchester School : Frank ' . Thompson Hobbies: Radio Contests Honors CI. M2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Chemistry Club 4; Patrol 3; Room Councillor 4; 2d Lieut. 4 JAMES E. GRENNON ■Jimmie " 53 Warren Avenue. South Eml School: .St. Patrick ' s. Long Island Ambition: Journalism College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Wrestling, Swimming, Div- ing " aptain 4 WALTER C. GRIGOR, JR. ■Hud " 38 S. .Munroe Terrace. Dorchester School: Crover Cleveland Ambition : V. S. Navy Hobbies: Sports. Scientific Experi- ments, Reading 34 ROY P. HABEEB " Roy " 1 Hanson Street, Soiitli End School: Rice Ambition: Aeronautical Enyinecrint; College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors Ml; Honor Roll 1. 2; Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 3; 2d Lieut. 4 DAVID W. HADLEY ■■Dav. " 20 Wolfe Street. W. Ro.xliury School: Robert G. Sliaw Sayinc : " To understand that you do not understand is the beginning of wisdom " Ambition: Business Cilee Club 2, .1, 4; Room Councillor 2 LEO C. HAJJAR " Lee " 142 Warren Avenue, South End School : Rice Ambition : Medicine Hobbies: Sports, Music PAUL W. HALL, JR. " Paul " 21 Hamilton Street. Dorchester School : Mather Saying: " Try, try again " Ambition : Photography College: Boston College Hobbies : Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 " Sid " 3 Austin Street, Back Bay School: Martin Hobbies: Roller Skating Patrol 2. Office Aide 3 LEO P. HARDWICK " (iencral Let " ' 1096 Hyde Park Ave.. JIvde Park School: St. Raphael Saying: " The name isn ' t Hardwater " Ambition: Electricity College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Electricity Honors Ml. HI; Lawrence Prize H2 LEONARD A. HARRIS " Lennie " 76 Nelson Street. Dorchester School: Frank ' . Thomi)son Saying: " Dux femina facti " Ambition: Journalism College: Boston I ' niversity Hobbies: Record Collectin;; Patrol 3 CHARLES F. HAVERTY " Chick " 9 Edison (ireen. Dorchester School : St. John ' s, Cambridge Saying: " Win with English " Ambition : Success Hobbies: Sports Honors E2, Fl. Ll FRANCIS L. HALLAHAN " Frank " 31 Orchardfield Street, Dorchester School: drover Cleveland Saying: " I may not agree with wh;it you have " Ambition: Success Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4 35 HERBERT P. HECHLER ■■Hcckv " 148 Callciular Stroc-t, Dorchester School: Frank ' . Thompson Sayiiur. " It couhl only happen to me " Ambition : Salesmanship Hobbies: Stamps. Archery, Fencini; Honor Roll ' ; Patrol 2. 3 ALVIN HEINSTEIN " Hinkey ' " 3 Carol Avenue, BriKhtun School: William H. Taft Saying: " The photo fiend " Ambition: Photography Colleiie: Northeastern University Hobbies: Photography Patrol 1. RALPH H. HENRY " Stretch " 160 Sycamore St., Kosliiulale School: Washington IrvinK Sayiiif : " How high is u]) ' f " Patrol 2, 3 LEONARD HERSCH " 1a- 111 lie " SI Joy Street. West End School: William Hlaekstone Ambition: Law Collciic: Harvard Hobbies: Athletics Honor Roll 2; Patrol ' . 3; Captain 4; Baseball 2: Hasketl.all 2. 3, 4 CHARLES A. HIGGINS ■■Cluick " 1 ' ) Hendry Street. Dorchester School: .Matlier Sayiiia: " To each hi own " Ambition: Business l ' oIIciic: Franklin Institnte Hobbies: Fishing, Hnnting Baseball 4 CHESTER B. HILL " Chet " 12 Leslie Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Saying: " Will I or won ' t I? " Ambition: Business College : Vale Hobbies: Sports HENRY T. HOFF, JR. " Bud " 11 Halifax St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Saying: " Don ' t give up the ship " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Patrol 3, 4; Captain 4 EDWARD C. HOFFMAN ■Monk " 47 Hooker Street, Allston School: St. Anthony ' s .Vaviiifc " Eat, drink, and he merry " Ambition : Traveling Hobbies: Camping. Fishing. Swimming GEORGE J. HOFFMAN ■■l.. Ue " 57(j Freeport Street. Xeponset School : St. Ann ' s Sayimi: " Xo comment " Ambition: Traveling College : Annaptjlis Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Lieut. 4 WILLIAM F. HOGAN " Hoagy " 2(1 Faneuil Street. Brighton School: William H. Taft Saying: " Cood things come in little packages " Ambition: Religion College: Boston College Honors, F3, L2, E2. F4. L3; Honor Roll 2, 3 ; Discussion 3 .16 CHARLES R. HOLEMAN, JR. " Holy " 71 Holvvorthy Street, Roxbury School : Lewis Saying: " Constant determination wins success " CsJlet c: Northeastern University Hohh ICS: HorseI ack Riding, Skating Hasketliall Manager 2; Track 3, 4 PAUL C. HOLLAND " Dutch " 58 Lithgow Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Sayint : " If you can ' t take part in a sport, be one " Ambition : Accounting College: Boston College Honors Fl; Patrol 2. 4; 1st Lieut. 4; Baseball 2, 3 ARTHUR L. HOLMAN, JR. " Juny " 1279 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury School : James P. Timilty Saying: " Better late than never " Ambition : Business Hobbies : Work EUGENE L. HOLMES " Gene " 10 Rosecliff Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " A rolling stone gathers no moss " Ambition : Salesmanship College: Northeastern University Fidelity Prize 2. 3; Room Councillor 2. 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4 FRANCIS X. HOOLEY " Frank " 37 Summer St., W. Roxliury School: Public Latin Saying: " Your credit is good but your money is better " Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports IRVING T. HOWE ■ " Irv " 3 Otisfield Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Athletic Coaching Cnllciic: Dartmouth ubby : Sports Football 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain; Alumni Committee 4 ALLEN J. HURLEY " Al " 247 W. Newton Street, Back Bay School : Pritice Sayinn: " Life is too short to be taken seriously " Ambition: Business Coltcfic: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music RICHARD F. HURLEY " Rich " 1 1 Gloucester Street, Back Bay School : Prince Sayinn: " Size does not make the man " . jnhittiiu ; Art i ' ollcfic: Massachusetts Art School ROBERT J. HURLEY " Red " 80 Hunnewell Ave., Brighton School : Thomas A. Edison Sayina: " I came, I saw. I finally coii(|uere(l " Ambition: ilechanical Engineering College: Northeastern I ' niversity News Staff 4 HERBERT M. HUROVITZ " Herbie " 1 1 Portina Road. Brighton School: Thomas . . Edison Saying: " Hey, there, boy " Ambition : Piano Colleiie: Boston University Hobbies: Collecting Records Drum and Fife 2 37 JOSEPH A. lANTOSCA -.1. 4 Peiirytli Street. Roxlmry School: James V. Timilty Ambition: Music Hobbies: ]iasketl)all, Dancing Patrol 2; Basketball 2 JOHN F. lERARDI •■Jack " 61 Wellsmere Roail. Kcislindalc Sirliool: Washington Irving Sayiny: " Greener fields are ahead " Ambition: Municipal Statesmanship College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH L. IGNAZIO ■■Ikkv " 192 Salem Street, North End School : Michelangelo Sayiny: " Where there ' s a will, there ' a way " Ambition: Civil Engineering Collcr c: Northeastern I ' nivcrsity Chess 3, 4; Patrol .!, 4; 1st Lieut. ■ IRVING E. ISGUR ■■h v " 21)2 Columbia Road. Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition : Chemistry College: Northeastern t ' niver ity Hobbies: Making Motion Pictures Lawrence Prize M2; Chess 3; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 ALAN M. ISRAEL " Lefty " 91 W. Seidell Street, Mattapan School: Solonn n Lewenberg Ambition: Surgery College: University of Michigan Honors H4, G2; Honor Roll 2; Year- book Staff 4; Record Staff 4: Chem- istry 4; Patrol 3, 4; Library Corps 4; 2d Lieut. 4 1» ROBERT M. JACOBS ■Bob " 23 (ireenock Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " No handsome man is ever really poor " College: Boston University Hobbies : Sports Honors F2; Discussion 4; Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4 WILLIAM M. JACOBS ••Bill " 34 Chambers Street. West End School: William Blackstone Saying: " Go West, yoinig man " Ambition: Radio College: Leland Powers School Honor Roll 2; Discussion 4. Drama 3; French 4: JIusic Appreciation 4; Patrol 3; 1st Lieut. 4 CHARLES D. JAEHNIG " Chuck " 39 Wyman Street. Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Saying : " Always keep pitching " Am.bition: Science College: Southern Califortiia Patrol 3: Drum and Bugle 3: Basket- ball 3: Football 3 JOSEPH H. JEFFREY ■Jeff- 222 Lake Street, Brighton School : Thomas A. Edison Saying: " ' ou name it, 1 11 feed it " Ambition: Veterinary College: Boston University Hobbies: Travel, Photography ROBERT J. JEPSEN ■Jcp " inl Walnut Street. Neponset School : St. Ann ' s A}nhition : Travel College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1 : Athletic Councillor 2. 4; Class President 3. 4; Captain Football 3, 4; Track 4 38 CLIFFORD C. JOHNS " Cliff " 4 Savin Street, Roxhiiry School: Lewis Saying: " My achin ' l)ack " Ambition : Accounting Colleiic : Boston University Patrol 4 PAUL E. JOHNSON 89 Harrisliof Street School: Lewis Ambition : Commercial Art College: Massachusetts Listitute of Art Honors SI, Gl; Captain 4 WADSWORTH J. JOHNSYN " Joe " 31 Franconia Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " Eat, drink and he merry " Ambition : Aeronautics College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Song Committee 4 JOHN R. JONES " Red " 107 Poplar Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " Fair is foul, foul is fair " Ambition : Electricity College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology WILLIAM F. JOYCE ' •Bill " 19 Harbor View Street, Dorchester School: St. Margaret ' s Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Photography THOMAS JUNG " Tonnny " 18 Hudson Street, South End School : Abraham Lincoln Ambition: ( ' (jmniercial Art College: Art School Hobbies: Cartooning ROBERT G. KALAYJIAN " l!..l, " 2i Marine Road. South Boston School: Thomas N. Hart Saying: " A stitch in time saves nine ' Ambition: Dentistry College: Northeastern I ' niversity Hobbies: Sailing KOURKEN H. KALOUSTIAN " Kirk " 12 Warren I ' l.. Roxlmry School: Dcarl)orn College: Harvard Hobbies: .Swimming Honor Roll 1; Patrol 2, : Room Councilh.r 1: Football 3 RICHARD G. KAMEESE " Dick " 1755 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton School : Thomas A. Edison Saying: " Be a sport " Ambition: Success Hobbies: Football, Basketball Record Rejiresentative 2 PAUL KAMINS " Paul " 5 Lothian Road. Brightii School: Thomas . . Edison ill iflBkA fe Ambition: ilcchanical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute Technology Honors 02, F.! ; Honor Roll 2, of Patrol 1 ; Office Aiile 1 ; Drum and Fife 1 39 NORM iN K. KANDLER " Ken " 21 Schinler Street, Huxlmry Scliool : Theo dore Roosevelt Sayi)i!j: " Kandler, that is " College: Business College Hobbies: Rare Pipes Camera 2, 3; 1st Lieut. 4: Patrol 3 ROBERT D. KANE " Boh " 29 Fayette Street, South End School: Everett Jr. High, San Fran- cisco, California Ambition: Accounting College: Boston University Honors E3, PI, Bl, B2, H4; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize B2; Fidelity Prize 3; Glee Club 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3 ; Captain 4 SHAMAI KANTER " Sham " .1 Quint Ave., AUston School: ViIli:ini H. Taft Saying: " If at first you don ' t succeed, give up " Ambition: Pulitzer Prize College: Harvard Hobbies: Writing, Psychology, Magic Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; News Staff 4; French 4; Patrol 3 MURRAY KARLSBERG ■Red " S4 Erie Street, Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: Medicine College: Boston L ' niversity French 4: Patrol 4; 1st Lieut. 4 GEORGE D. KASPARIAN " (ietjrgc " IS Bartlett Street, Charlestown School: Clarence K. Edwards Ambition : Further Education Hobbies: Piano, Sjiorts Lawrence Prize 2; Track 3 MARVIN C. KATZ " Professor " 99 Green Street, West End School: William Blackstone Saying: " The poor man ' s mandrake " Hobbies: Magic, Checkers .Science 3; Glee Club 3 ARTHUR D. KEEFE " Don " 194 Mt. Vernon St., W. Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Saying: " Tall, dark and handsome " College : Boston College Hobbies: Baseball Band 2; Football 3, 4; Athletic Coun- cillor 3 JOSEPH C. KEEFE " Joe " 86 Russell Street, Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Saying: " The mighty mite " Ambition: Radio, Electronics College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Radio, Golf ROBERT W, KELLEY ■Bob ' 345 S. Huntington Ave., Jamaica P, School : Cheverus Saying: " How now. Brown Cow, how now ? " Ambition : Engineering College: Northeastern I ' niversity Patrol 2; Chairman Prom Committee 4; Hockey Manager 1, Hockey 2, 3, 4 JOHN F. KELLY " Kell " 14 Turner Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edisim Saying: " Deacon " Ambition: Professional Golf College: Boston College Hobbies: Football, Golf, Pool Athletic Councillor 2; Hockey 4; Golf 2, Captain 3, 4 40 WILLIAM J. KELLY •■Red " 51 Aldricli Street, Roslindalc School: Wasliingtmi Irving Ambition: Physical Education Instruc- tion College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball Patrol 2, 3; Room Councillor 2.; Base- ball 3, 4; Hockey 4 GEORGE V. KENNEALLY " (iigie " 155 Train Street, Dorcliester School: St. Ann ' s Ambition: Politician Collcyc: Boston College Hobbies: Athletics, Literature Honor Roll 1; Class Exec. Comm. 3, 4; Baseball 4; Library Corjis 2; Trick Squad 4 GEORGE J. KENNEY " George " 147 Forest Hills St., Jamaica Plain School: Our Lady of Lourdes Saying: " To each his own " Ambition: Photography Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 2 RUSSELL C. KILLION " Russ " 499 Huntington Ave., Back Bay School: St. Patrick ' s Saying: " All or nothing at ail " Ambition : Photography Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Photograph) ROBERT A. KIMBALL " Bob " 37 Mattapan Street, JL-ittapan School : Solomon Lewcnberg Sayini : " Coody, goody, gum drops " Hobbies: Sports, dancing ARTHUR S. KING •. rt " ' ) .Mascot Street, iJorchester School: Wfjodrfnv Wilson Ambition: Dentistry College: Tufts Hobbies: Collecting Coins H. H. S. S. Orchestra 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4 HAROLD F. KING " Howie " 49 Burke Street, South Best. mi Srluwl: John A. Andrew . I nihil ion : Baseball College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Baseball, Tennis Room Councillor 2; Athletic Councillor 1, 3, 4; Drum and Fife 1, 2. 1 4- 2d Lieut. 4; Track 1 NEIL H. KIRSCHTEL " Shadow " 233 Kelton Street, Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: Ra lio Broadcasting iollegc: Leland Powers ohhics : Photography Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; 2d Lieut. 4 JAMES J. KIRWAN " Jinnnie " 97 Willow Street, W. Rn.xbury School: Robert (;. Shaw Saying: " Let ' s be friends " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Massachusetts In.stitute of Technology Hobbies: Hunting. Hiking SPIRO E. KONDI " Spire " 4.S K. . e ton Street, South K.nd .School: Public Latin Saying: " Confoozing but not amooz- ing " Ambition: To make money College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology News Staff 4; CoUn- Cuard 4 41 JULIAN KOSS ■ ' Julie " 59 Bradsliaw Stitet. nnrclu- School: Solomon Lcwenhcr; Ambition : Jounialisni College: Boston University Hobbies: Sjiorts, Writins; Patrol J; ' d Lieut. 4 IRVING M. KRIEGSMAN ■Irv ' 9 HitcliiuKS Street, Roxliurv School: Public Latin Saying: " I am the master of my fate " Ambition: Research Eni;i " eerin ; College: Harvard Honor Roll 2 Fidelitv Prize 2: Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 CALVIN S. KRITZMAN " Kritzie " 598 Walkhill Street. Mattapau School: William H. Rogers Sayiiiij: " The written word jiasseth on tlu torch of wisdom " .Amhition: Art Cvllcfie: Tufts Orchestra 4 ARNOLD M. KUBLIN ■■Kuhli ' 35 Dccriuf; Road. .Mattaprui School: Solumcju l.ewenlier;; Ambition: Husiness Collciw: Hentley Hobbies: Photoyrapln ; St.irnp (. ' ollict i I i ' J, Honors 113; Camera 4; Jd Lieut. 4 STANLEY KUSHNER ■■Stan " 4 Westmore Road. Mattapau School : Solomon Leweuber;-; Sayittff: " A consolation Prize " Ambition : Dentistry Collci c: Tufts Honor Roll 2. 3. 4; Office Aide 2d Lieut. 4 FRANK E. LaLIBERTE " Frankie " 125 Manthorne Rd., V. Roxhury School: Needham Junior High Ambition: Jledicine Colleiic: Springfield Hobbies: Swimmin.g. Photography Camera 4; Chemistry 4; Room Coun- cillor 4: Color (luard 2. 3 NEIL LANDAU " Dogface " 61 Beaumont Street. Dorchester School: Wagner Jr. High, Philadelphia Ambition: Medicine Coltctic: Columbia University Hobbies: !Music Patrol 4 : Orchestra ] GORDON D. LAWRENCE " ■■.Madlock ' 537 Xorfolk Street. Mattapau School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Traveling Colleoc: Boston University Hobbies : Dancing, Boating 2d Lieut. 4: Track 2, 4 NICHOLAS J. LEMBO ■Nick ' 44 Melville . venue, Dorchester School: Thomas X. Hart Sayinti: ' ■Knows all— all nose " Ambition : Salesmanship Colleoc: Boston College Honors Kl; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; News Staff 4; Patrol 3, 4: Class Office, Kx. Committee 4 BRYCE F. LEON " Wellcsley " 4 " Avoudale Street. Dorchester School : Public Latin .Vn.vi " !;: " ' Good things come in small packages " Ambition: aval career Collcflc: V. S. Maritime Academy 2d Lieut. 4 42 JAMES D. LEONARD " Jim " 71 Hampstcail Rd.. J. ' iiuaica Plain School: St. Thomas A |iiinas Ambition: Physics College: Boston College Honors, H4, LI, Fl, ¥2, PI. P.l ; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Switchlii.ai-d 1. 3, 4; Laboratory Assistant ' . 3, 4: Captain 4; Baseball 4 DAVID A. LEONE " D " 69 Chambers Street, West End School: William Blackstoiie Saying: " Let ' s go to Teddy ' s " Ambition : Law College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Football, Collecting Records GORDON E. LESSER " Ccirdie " 14 Wilmorc Street, Mattapan School : Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern University Patrol Captain 4: Individual .Manual i f Arms 3; 2d Lieut. 4: Football 4 MENDEL LEVINSON " Mendy " 706 Washington St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " Well, say, there, mn ' ' Ambition: Business College: Harvard Honor Roll 2; Frencli 1; Patrol 3. 4; 1st Lieut. 4 PAUL E. LEWIS " dene " 84 Humboldt Avenue, Ro.vbury School : Lewis Saying: " My fate to see my mistakes too late " Ambition: Music College: Boston Conservatory (ilee Club 3. 4 NATHAN G. LIEBERSON " Xatie " 389 Norfolk Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Saying: " Still waters run deep " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors, 02, M2, P3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Camera 3, 4; Patrol 4; Cai)tain 4 ABBOTT W. LIGHTER ■■Flash " 11 HazclwcMjcl .Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Patrol 2. 3; Cajitain 4; Baseball 4; Track 2. .i. 4; Tennis 4 RUSSELL C. LIND " Rabbit " 29 Pinehurst Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: Business or Journalism College: Northeastern University Hcmors E2, E3, H4, F2; Office Aide 4 ; Cheerleader 3 ; Chief Cheerleader 4 : Personality AA from the Head .Master BERT LIPOF " l-ippy " 1653 Conuniinwealth Ave., Brighton School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition : Advertisin,g College: New York Institute of Photo- graphy Record .Staff 3; Camera 4: Trick Siiuad 3. 4 MURRY D. LIPPA •Dave 644 Harvard Street. .Mattapan School : .Solomon Lewenberg Sayina: ■■()ncsy. twosy. 1 love ousy " Ambition : Accounting College: Boston l ' niversit ' Honors 3, 4: Chemistry 4: P.itrol 3; Office . ide 4; C. ' iptaiu 4 BENJAMIN LIPSON " Beiijy " 68 Clarkwood Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lcwenberg Saying: " To each his own " Ambition: Business College: Boston University Yearbook Staff 2; Discussion 4; Patrol 4; Band 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4: Track 4 ROBERT C. LIPSON, JR. ■■Bol. " l.K) Sutherland Road, BriMhtoti School : Thomas A. Edison Saying: " You are looking great, kid ' Hobbies : Sports Patrol 2, 4; 2d Lieut. 4 FRANCIS P. LOMBARDI " Frankie " 74 Ashton Street, Dorchester School : Francis Parknian Ambition: Music College: Boston University Patrol 1; Athletic Councillor .1; Foot- Iiall i: Track 2, 4 JASON LONG ■Jay " 22 Richfield Street, Roxliury School: Patrick T. Caniphell Ambition: Industrial Engineering College: University of Southern Cali fornia Record Staff 3; Current EveiUs 1- Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4; Hoimi Councillor 3 JOSEPH LONGO, JR. " J..e " 206 Paris Street, F:ast Huston School: Joseiih H. Barnes Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Northea.stern University Hobbies: Photography, Chen istry Honor Roll 2, 3 ; Patrol 4 ; 2d Lieut. 4 WILLIAM LOOKNER " Lookie " 18 Browning Avenue, Dorchester School : Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Optometry College: Massachusetts School of Optometry Patrol 3 SALVATORE P. LUCIANO " Lucy " 194 Lexington Street. E. Boston School : Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern L ' niversity Patrol 4: Office Aide 3. 4; I ' icture Committee 4; Captain 4 JOSEPH A. LYNCH " Joe " 18 Pine Ridge Road, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Saying: " What period is this? " Ambition: Business College: Holy Cross Hockey 3. 4 JOHN F. McCABE " Mac " 29 Webber Street. Roxbury School: St. Rita ' s Saying: " Football ' s a great game " Ambition : Bookkeeping College: Bentley Patrol 3: 2d Lieut. 4 LUIGI S. MACCAGNANO " l..ilUl " 589 E. Second Street, S. Boston School: Thomas . Hart Saying: " Hubba. hubba, tubba, tubba " Ambition: Bookkeeping C ' ) ! • : Bentley Fidelity Prize 3; Captain 4 44 DOUGLAS H. McCARTER " Doug " ,18 Moiitclair Avenue, Koslindalc School: Washington Irving Ambition: Structural Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Bird census Patrol 2, 3, 4; Captain 4 ALFRED E. MCCARTHY " Mac " 1 1 Gates Street, South Hoston School: Bigelovv Saying: " South America. tal c it away " Ambition: Bookkeeping College: Bentley 1st Lieut. 4 JAMES F. McCarthy " Jinnii " 148 (ierard Street, RoxI)ury School: Hugh O ' Brien Saying: " Silence is golden " Ambition : Business Hobbies: Baseball. Football Fidelity Prize 2; Baseball 2 JOHN D. MacDONALD " Red " 41 liaston Street, Allston School: St. Anthony Ambition: Engineering College: Boston University Patrol .1; 2d Lieut. 4; Athletic Coun- cillor 1 ; Football .5 JOHN J. MCDONNELL " . I;lc " 38 East Street. Dorchester School: (irover Cleveland Saying: " It could only happen to me " Ambition: Business College: Bentley Hobbies: Camping. Firearms JOHN F. McDONOUGH " .Mac " 127 Carciiina .Avenue, Jamaica Plain School: .St. Thomas Aquinas Saying: " It ' s been a long time " Ambition: Medicine College: liosttjn College Hobbies: .Sports, Traveling JOHN L. McDONOUGH 667 E. Seventli Street. South Boston School: Thomas . Hart Sayinr : " All my fame; my own. my- self alone " .linhition: Stock Brokerage liilliuir: B(jston University llniiors 1 ; Office . ide 4 JOSEPH F. McDONOUGH " .Mac " .126 Dorcliester St.. South Boston School: Tliomas . Hart Saying: " .Mustard in the nnddlc and the pickle on top " Ambition : Chennstry College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology THOMAS S. McDONOUGH " T. S. " 36.S Centre Street. Dorelu-ster School: St. Mark ' s Saying: " . icknames aren ' t everything Ambition: Business Hobbies: Football FRANCIS X. Mcelroy " I ' lank " 8.T Colberg .Avenue. Koslindale School: Washington Irving .Saying: " l.a iness grows on people " . I w.bition : Medicine College: University of Pennsylvania Hobbies: .Sports; Honins F2. . !2 4. THOMAS W. McGEEVER " Tom " 122 Iio vcli)iii Street, West End School: Allaiitii, Georgia Ambiiion: Electrical Enjjineerinp; College: Georgia TecliiioloK.v Hobbies: Swinmiing Tliinor Roll .! PAUL E. McGERIGLE " Mae " 9 Glen Street. I)(;rc1iester School: Mather Saying: " No, T just gave the home lesson to Joe " Ambition: Journalism College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp and Bottle Cap Col lectins LEO F. McGONIGLE " Mickey " 1S75 Commonwealth Ave., HriRhton School: Public Latin Ambition: Law College: Dartmouth Honors E.?, F2; Honcjr KoU 1; Record Representative 1; Student Council 2: Patrol 2, 3; Room Councillor 2; Baselwll 2; Hockey 4 JOHN C. McGOURTY " Mac " 230 Minot Street. Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " Got the math home lesson " Ambition: Electrical Eu.i;ineerins College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports MARTIN P. McGOWAN, JR. " Marty " 57 Spring Park Ave.. Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern LIniversity Honors PI, M2; Lawrence Prize PI; Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councillor 4 RICHARD W. McGOWAN " Mac " 41 School Street, Jamaica Plain School : Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: F. B. I. College: Massachusetts Institute Technology Basehall o: Footl)all 2, 3 ANGELO ROSSI, JR. ■ I ' .utch " 2ri Thurston Street. E. Boston School : -St. Lazarus Saying: " Jly dreams are getting better " College: V. C. L. A. Hobbies: Sports. Dancing i ' .i..tball 4 MICHAEL J. MacKINNON " .Mickt • 49 Sheridan Street. Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Saying: " Aviation is tomorrow ' s security Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Park Air College Hobbies: Flying, Hunting ROBERT L. MacKINNON " l ' „.li " 13 Hamilton .Street. Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Saying: " Where there ' s a will there ' ; a way " Ambition: Business College : Boston College EDWIN w. Mclaughlin, jr. " Kdilie " 56 Duilley Street. Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Saying: " Do what you are doin.g and do " it well " Ambition: Success Hobbies: Sports. Stamp Collecting 46 PAUL R. MacLEOD " Mac " 23 Roweiia Street, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: Chemical Eii{;inceriiis College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clee Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 2; Drum and rife 4: Basketball 4; Football 2 PAUL F. McMANUS ••Mac " 18 Glen Hill Road, Mattapan School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " A forced smile is often the weapon of deceit " Ambition: Chemistry Instruction College: Boston College Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 THOMAS W. McNAUGHTON " Tom " 593 Gallivan Blvd., Dorchester School : St. Gregory ' s Ambition: .Success ii Business or In- dustry C allelic: Choice deferred I lobby: Sports ALEXANDER H. McNEIL • ' Mac " 3 Conway Street, Roslindale School: Wasliington Irving Sayin(f: " Where tliere ' s a will there ' s a wa} " College: Boston L ' niversity hlobbics: .Stamiis. Chess, Sports I ' atrol 1, 2 FRED D. MacNEILL " Mac " 188 ilanthorne Road, W. RoxI)ury School: Roliert G. Shaw Saying: ' Td like to see some of Samoa " College: Massachusetts State Hobbies: Drawing, Sports RICHARD B. McNULTY •Dick " 3927 Washington St., Roslindale School : St. Thomas Aquinas College: Massachusetts Institute of Teclnndogy Honor Roll 1; l- ' idelity Prize 1; Room Councilkn ' 1, 2 JOHN I. MAHONEY ■Jack " 605 LaGrange St., West, Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Sayinii: " (Jiggles anil gags, clothes and rags " College: Boston College .-f I " DONALD J. MAIER " Don " 1063 Dorchester Ave.. Dorchester School : Edward Everett Saying: " Shall 1, or shall 1 not? " College: Suffolk University Glee Club: 4; 1st Lieut. 4 RALPH J. MALAGODI ••Mai " 80 Roslindale Avenue. Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: • ' Elbow grease gives the Ixst polish " Ambition: Medicine Honors ; 13; Honor Roll 2: Chemistry 1 LA ' WRENCE J. MALONE 115 St. Rose Street. Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas .Xtjuinas Ambition: Medicine College: Tufts Honors M3; Honor Roll 3: FideUty Prize 3; Chemistry 4; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 3 : Athletic Coun- cillor 3; Record Representative 3; 2d Lieut. 4 47 GEORGE E. MALOOF ••Mill " 134 Hamilldii Street. Dorchester School: Mather Saxiiitj: " Uoing one tiling at a time is quickest " Ambition: Business College: Boston University Honor Roll 3, 4; Office Aide 3. 4; Captain 4; Track 1 WILLIAM K. MALOOF •■Luke " lA Sharon Street, South End School: Dwight Saying: " Luke is always at his hest in a test " Ambition: Business College: Northeastern Patrol 2 STANLEY S. MANIN " Lefty " 65 Wentworth Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " A match for ;uiy ni,-in " Ambition: F. B. I. Collcijc: Choice not ilelinite Unbhx: Footl.all ROBERT E. MANN ••Hul, " 7 Speedwell Street, Doicliester School: Mather Saying: " They f;o to the hottoni whii leap before lookiuR " Ambition: Advertising College: Boston University DONALD M. MARDER " Don " 36 Jones Avenue, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Saying: " Speech is great, hut silence is greater " Ambition : Accounting College: Bentley RICHARD R. MARIO " Dick " 8 Greenough Lane, North End School : St. Anthony ' s Ambition: Business College: Boston University Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize Ql, (dee Club 1. 3; Otifice Aide 3. 4; Captain 4 ARTHUR MARKOVITZ ■Art " 10 Walcott Street, Dorchester School : Joseph H. Barnes Saying: " As long as you are healthy ' Ambition: Psychology College: Boston University Fidelity Prize 3; Chemistry 3 WILLIAM N. MARSTERS •Bill " 3U Woodford Street. Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Religion College: (iordon College Patrol 4; Military Prize J; Cheer Leader 4; Band 2. 3: 2d Lieut. 4 WILLIAM J. MARTIN ■W dl ' lul Francis Street. Koxbury School: Mission Soyinii: ••See yon at lunch " Hobbies: Football Patrol 1. 2 JOSEPH E. MASCHIO " Joe " 24 ' Hyde Park Ave., Jamaica Plain School: Francis Parkman College: lioston College. Ambition : Sucess in business Saying: " We do it the hard way " Hobby: Football and baseball. Honors: El; Record Representative 3; Room . thletic Captain. 48 DONALD G. MASON " Don " 27 Norway Pk., Hyde Park School: William R. RoK rs Saying: " All slioulcl aim to aid all ' ' Ambition: Engineering College : Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamps, Sports Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 3 JOHN P. MASTRANGELO ■ ' J()linn 276 Chelsea Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Saying: " A boy should look alive " Ambition: Business College: Boston University Honor Roll 2; Glee Club 3; 2d Lieut. 4 FRANCIS M. MASURET, JR. " Frank " 640 Adams .Street, Dorchester School : Woodrow Wilson Saying: " Why rush in? Eternity is long " College : Boston College Hobbies: Basketball. Football ROBERT E. MATTSON " Hub " 26 Corbet Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition : Navigation College: Massachusetts Maritime Academy Hobbies: Camping, Hunting Patrol 3; Licnt. 4; Track 4 ARCHIE MAZMANIAN " Arch " 306 Dudley Street. Roxbury School : Dearborn College: Purdue I ' nivcrsity Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councillor 4 ; Athletic Councillor 2 SALVATORE J. MESSINA " Sal " 135 Orleans Street, East Uoston School : Donald McKay Ambition : Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors 02; Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrcjl 4; 2d Lieut. 4 WILLIAM H. MEYER ■■Willy " 6 Glines Avenue, Jamaica Plain School : Mary E. Curley Saynig: " Foolish but not so wise " Ambition: Politics College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports JAMES P. MIDDLETON " Snook " 47 Haskins Street. Roxbury -li„„l: Joseph P. Timilty SaviiKi: " Go fry ice " . 1 inbifion : Religion Cotlciic: Oakwood College Drum and Bugle 3; 1st I ieiit. 4; Track 1 JOSEPH B. MILANO ■■J(.e " 225 Cummins Highway, Ruslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition : Engineering College: Northeastern L ' niversity Yearbook Staff I ; Record Staff 1 ; Hockey 2 RALPH G. MILES " Jerry " 79 Kenwood Street. Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Saying: " We don ' t make much money ' College : Northeastern Hobbies: Auto Mechanics Patrol 2, 3; Hockey 4 49 SYDNEY S. MILGRAM " Syd " 79 Nelson Street, Dorchester School : Frank V. Tliompson A Dibit ion : Radio College: Emerson Yearliook Staff 2, .1 ; Recoril Staff 2, 3; Dramatic 3; Discussion 4 ALLEN MILLER " Sonin ' ' 199 Woodrow Avenue, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Pharmacy College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Chemistry 4; 2d Lieut. 4 JOHN F. MILLER ■•Jack " 37 Regent Street. Roxbury School: St. Joseph ' s Ambition: Clerical Work Hobbies: Hunting ' , Fishing Athletic Councillor 1 PAUL J. MOLINARI " Moly " 932 Harrison Avenue, Ro.xbury School: Dearborn Sayiiii : " As comfurt:d)le as ;i bad habit " Ambition: Theatre Hobbies: Sports, Photoyraphy DANIEL P. MONAHAN " Pete " 69 Lonsdale Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Sayinti: " Kilroy wasn ' t here " Ambition : Salesmanship Hobbies: Atomic liunilis Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4 PAUL G. MONAHAN " Monty " 122 Elmer Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Saying: " What ' s for lunch? " College: Harvard Athletic Councillor 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4 •WALTER J. MONTANE " Monty " 45 Hunnevvell Avenue, Brighton School: Our Lady of Presentation Saying: " What time is the next bus coming? " College: Boston College Patrol 3; Athletic Councillor 2; Hockey 4; Track 2; Golf 4 ANGELO J. MORELLO • Andy " 202 London Street, East Boston School: Fitton Saying: " ' You lost your marbles " College : Boston College Hobbies: Music Patrol 4 ROBERT S. MORGAN ■ISub-- 24,S Woodrow Avenue, Dorchester School : Frank ' . Thompson Saying: " Has anyone seen Kilroy? " Ili ' bbics: Photo.ijraphy, Record Collect- ing Record .Start 3; Chemistry 4: Captain JAMES D. MORONEY " Skeeter " 36 Hawthorne Street, Koxliury School : St. Joseph ' s Ambition: Higher Education College: Boston College Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Committee 4; Patrol 4: Captain 4; Track 2; Ath- letic Councillor 3 HO PATRICK O. MORRISSEY " Pat " 231 Ashmont Street, Dorchester School : Woodrow Wilson Sayint : " Silence is gold, but try to cash it " Collcfic: Harvard Patrol 3; 2d Lieut. 4; Hockey 2. 3, 4 RALPH E. MUELLER " Ed " 71 Clement Avenue, V. Roxhury School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Northeastern University Honor Roll 2; Chemistry 4; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 RICHARD P. MULLIN " Dick " 5 Emrose Terrace, Ru.xliury School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Meet me in the morgue " College : Boston College Hobbies: Sports HUGH J. MUNRO " Hughie " 139 Poplar Street, Roslindale School: St. Francis Xavier Saying: " A man with a sense of humor is a success " Collet e: St. Clement ' s Hall Patrol 1 ; Room Councillor 1 JAMES F. MURPHY " Mouse " 35 Hawthorne Street, Roxhury School: St. Joseph ' s Saying: " Man or mouse? ' Hobbies : Sports Honor Roll 4 JOHN J. MURPHY " Murph " 22 Tolman Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Ambition: Journalism Hobbies: Hockey, Football, Baseball WALTER R. MURPHY " .Murph " 12 Johnswood Road, Roslindale School: W ' ashington Irving Saying: " You peasant " Collctic: Boston College ll " hhics: Swimming, Sports Patrol 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4 JOHN GUSTIN MUSANTE " Buzzy " 112 Beaumont Street, Dorchester School: Woodrovv Wilson Ambition: Electrical Engineering Collcac: Boston College Patrol 4; Switchboard 2; Band 2. 3; Prom Committee 4; 1st Lieut. 4 WILLIAM MUSER " Bill " 49 .Monadnock Street, Dorchester School: Edwai-d Everett Ambition: Hotel Business Collriic: Cornell Honors El, E2, E3. Hi. H4 Gl G ' M2; Patrol 4; Athletic Councillor 1, 2; Cla.ss Secretary-Treasurer; ' d Lieut. 4; Football 3. 4; Hockey 4- Track 2. 3 ' ' ANTHONY J. NANIA " Tony ' ' 2 Racine Court. Roxhury School : Crouch, Mt. Vernon. N. H. Ambition: Commercial Art College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Sports, Art Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Captain 4; Basketball 51 WILHELM J. NELSON, JR. ■■Bill " 2S Beecher Street, Jamaica Plain School : Mary E. Curley Ambition: Sociology Collcyc: Springfield (;iee Club 4; Drum antl Bugle 3, 4; 1st Lieut. 4; Track 4 NICHOLAS NICHOLS ■■Wliipper " 88 B Street, South ]?oston School : Bigelow Sayinif. ■■Hello, Baby " Collcyc: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Bowling, Skating Basketball 3 WALTER P. NIEMYSKI ■■Walt " 84 Ronisey Street, Dorchester School: St. Mary ' s Saying: " Number, please? " Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Yale Hobbies: Photography, Stamp Collect- ing Switchboard 2, 3, 4 JOHN J. NOLAN ■■Joe " 131 Newburg Street. Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " Where there ' s a will there ' s a way " Collcyc: Boston College Honor Roll 3; Patrol 1; Track 2; Golf 1 RAYMOND G. O ' BRIEN " Obie " 135 King Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Saying: " Do well what you do " Collcyc: Boston College Hobbies: Basel)all MANUEL O ' BRYANT " Mannie " 14 Rutland Street, South End School : Dwight Sayiny: " " Old love does not rust " Ambition: Law Hobbies : Sports (ilee Club: 2: Patrol 2 SAMUEL B. O ' BRYANT ■Duo ' 14 Rutland Street, South End School : Dwight Ambition: Chemistry Collcyc: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Honors G2; Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize C.2; Patrol 2, 4; 1st Lieut. 4 MAURICE J. O ' CONNELL " Okie " 167 Park Street. West Roxhury School: Ro. bury Latin Sayiny: " " Always on time " Ambition: Business College : Bates Honor Roll 2, 3; Room Councillor 4 ROBERT P. O ' LEARY ■Bob " 20 Fossdale Road, Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Sayiny: ■ " Don ' t be one way " Ambition: Success in business College: Harvard Hobbies: Automobiles JOSEPH P. O ' NEILL " ■Joe " 56 Harriet Street, Brighton School : St. Columbkille ' s Saying: " ■Money is the root of all evil " .Imhition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Photography BERNARD OPPER " Boll " 117 Stratton Street, Dorclicster School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Engineering Hobbies: Sports. Photography Honors, M2; Baseball 2; Track 2 JOHN J. O ' TOOLE " Juhnn " 87 Belvidere Street, Back Bay School : Prince Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley Honors E2, E3, H4, F2, SI, S2, M2. N3, P3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Law- rence Prize Ml; Fidelity Prize 1, 2 ROBERT V. PACITTI " Bob " 133 Cummins Highway, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " He who hesitates is lost " Ambition: Business College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies : Theatre Guild EDWARD P. PAGE " Jake " 31 Sudan Street, Dorchester School : Edward Everett Saying: " That ' s deadly " Ambition : Newspaper work College : Bentley Hobbies: Sports, Music Drum and Fife 1, 3 PASQUALE P. PAGLIUCA " Micke ' " 163 Endicott Street, North End School: St Mary ' s Saying: " See you later " Ambition : Accounting College: Bentley Hobbies : Sports FRANK L. PALMA " Frankie " 6 Central S(|uare, F ast Boston School : Donald McKay Sayinii: " Rich with the spoils of Nature " College: Tufts Patrol 1 ; Baseball 1 : Basketball 1 ; Football 1 PAYSON B. PALMER ■Pete " 29 Torrey Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors M2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Record Staff I. 3; Discus- sion 3. 4; (Jlee 2, 4; Room Coun- cillor 2, 4; President of Student Coiuicil 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 2 ROBERT P. PALMER " Bob " 16 Symphony Road, Back Bay School : Prince Ambition: Author College: Boston University Lawrence Prize H6; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; News Staff, Editor- iti-Chief 4 PERLEY N. PARESKY " P. i . " 146 Chiswick Rd.. Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Saying: " When do we cat? " Ambition: Music College: Northeastern L ' niversity Hobbies: Music, Spurts HAIG R. PARNAGIAN " Hickey " 3 Milford Street, South End School : Rice .linbition: Chemical Engineering (.Dllcgc: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors Hi, H4, El, Ml. Gl: Honor Roll 1, 2. 3; Patrol 1. 2; Office Aide 3; Room Councillor 2; 1st l.iout. 4 53 PHILIP PASCUCCI ■•riiii " 176 Paris Street, East Boston Sclwol : Joseph H. Barnes Saying: " Pasciuale " Ambition : Engineering Collciic: Massacluisetts Institute of Teclmology Baseliall 3, 4; Football 3, 4 ROBERT E. PAULSON " Lefty " 90 Adams Street, Dorchester School : Mather Saying: " Do you hive nie? " Ambition: Business Collcpc: Northeastern University Hobbies: Dancing. Sports Track 1 MOLLIS K. PENDLETON ■■Pen " 219 Lexington Street, East lioston School: Joseph II. Barnes Sayiiii : ■ ' Honi soit (|ui nial y pense " Ambition: Chemical Engineering Collcfic: Massachusetts Institute of Technology News Staff 4; M Lieut. 4; Patrol 4 ROBERT T. PFAU ■■I!nlj " 79 W ' illonikan Avenue, V. Roxhury School: Robert (J. .Shaw Sayiny: " He who laughs last " Ambition: Medicine College : Dartmouth Band 2, 3; Track 4 JAMES T. PICARDI ' ■Jinun " 61 Trenton Street, East Boston School: Sacred Heart Saying: " Good things come in small packages " Ambition: Business College: Northeastern University Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 ANTHONY S. PINGIARO " Tony " 186 Webster Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Saying: " I ' m a solid hep cat " Hobbies: Dancing IRVING PINTA ■■Boomy " 68 Fowler Street. Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Law College: Yale Record Staff 3 ; Current Events 1 ; Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4; Basketball 3. 4 , ROBERT J. PODESTA •Bob " 26 Clifton Street. Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Saying: " Kilroy the kill joy " Ambition : Photn.i;raphy Hobbies: Photography. Bowling Camera 3, 4; Patrol 4 THOMAS R. POLITO ■■Tom " 4362 Washington St.. Roslindale School : Washington I rving Saying: " " Take a deep breath " Ambition : AccouutiuK College: Bentley l ' atr.,1 3 LEON POLLARD ••I.ee ' 58 Waldeck Street, Dorchester School : Grover Cleveland Ambition: Radio Research College: JLissachusetts Institute of Technology Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Record Staff 4: News Staff 4; Chemistry 4; Patrol 3. 4; Captain 4 54 JOSEPH M. POMAROLE " Joe " 2 Robey Street, Koxliury School: Hugh O ' Brien Saying: " Ashes to ashes, dust to dust " Ambition: Accounting College : Bentley Honors B3; Lawrence Prize Hi: Pa- trol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 ABRAHAM PONN " Abe " 28 Phillips Street, West End School: William Blackstone Saying: " A winning smile — a winning way " Ambition : Accounting College: Northeastern L ' uiversity Honors B3; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 HENRY J. PORTER, JR. " Hank " 33 Arden Street, Allston School : Farm and Trades Saying: " Oh joyous day " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Band 3, 4; Basketball 4 BRITON J. POTTER, JR. " Clem " 123 Dakota Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Farm Extension Service College: Massachusetts .State Patrol 3; Athletic Councillor 4; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 3 FRANCIS T. POWER " Red " 25 Cerdan Avenue, West Roxbury School : St. Thomas Aquinas Saying: " I beat Kilroy here " Ambition: Surgery College: Tufts Hobbies: Radio, Photography Room Councillor 1 ; Hockey 4 JAMES F. POWERS, JR. " Jiun " 6 Carlotta Street, Dorchester School: St. .Mark ' s Sayinri: " Don ' t botlier me now " Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Dancing, Bowling, Sports JOHN J. POWERS " I sluiia " 9 Carlotta .Street, Dorchester School : Grover Cleveland Ambition: To Graduate College: B. C. Saying: Hello Hobbies: .Sports JOHN D. PRENDEVILLE " Bud " 20 Hubbard Road, Dorchester School: St. Williams (■.■ ,•, ,■: Tufts ll ' iHii Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Switchboard 2, 3. 4; Room Coun- 2d Lieut. 4; Library cillor I, Corps 3, 4 LEO C. PRIOR " Flash " 5 Royal Street. Allston School : St. Anthony ' s Saying: " See the world through a camera ' s eye " Ambition: Movie Photography College: Xew York Institute of Photog- rajihy Glee 4; Patrol 1 ; Track 1 DANIEL P. PURCELL ■Dan-- 34 Antwerp Street, Brighton School: St. Anthony ' s Saying: " Go away " Ambition: Business Hobbies: Football. Baseball, Swimming Honor Roll 1, 3; Fidelity Prize 3 KENNETH P. QUINLAN " Ken " 240 Washington Street, Brighton Sfhool: Thomas A. Edison Sayiiuj: " Ah what triumph, Oh what joy " Collecje: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2 CORNELIUS F. RANGE, JR. " Neal " 23 Gaston Street, Roxl)ury School : Patrick T. Campbell Sayi)ifi: " Silence is to virtue what shadows are to paintings " Ambition: Religion Collciic: Temple University Hobbies: .Sports JACK L. RAVECH " Jack " 609 Morton Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Sayinci: " Oh what joy " Ambition : Engineering Colletie: Northeastern University Honor Roll .? ; Patrol Captain 3, 4; 1st Lieut. 4 RICHARD D. REGAN " Dickey " 45 I Latchett Street, Brigliton School : Our Lady of Presentation Sayiny: " Mellow " CoUcfic: Notre Dame Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Chess 2; Hockey 4 GENEROSO J. RICCIARDELLI " Joe " 243 Lexington Street, East Boston School: Sacred Heart Sayiufi: " I have done the impossible " Ambition: Business Hobbies: Drawing, Whittling, Book- keeping EVAN B. RICH " Ev " 60 Queensberry Street, Back Bay School : Prince Ambition: Foreign Newspaper Work College: Northeastern University Chess 1; Glee 4; Patrol 4; 1st Lieut. 4: Track 1, 3, 4: Room Councillor 2 GERALD A. RICHMOND " Jerry " 62 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " Have your fun while you ' re young " Ambition: Electrical Engineering College : Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors PI; Honor Roll 3; Patrol Lieutenant 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4 JOHN F. RIGGS " Red " 66 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: Success in business Footl)all 2 EARL J. RISSER ■Joe " 23 Halifax Street, Jamaica Plain School : Cheverus Saying: " Everybody fly, it ' s easy " Ambition: Aviation College: I ' ark ' s Air College Hobbies: Flying . tliUtic Councillor 2 AUSTIN P. ROCHE " Kochey " 52 Wvclilf Ave., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Siiying: " To each his own " Ambition: Business College: I?ostt)U College Patrol 3; Room Councillor 1, 3; Pic- ture Committee 4; Spelling Bee 1; Track 2, 3. 4 56 PAUL D. ROCHE " Rochey " 42 Hopedale Street, Allston School : St. Anthony ' s Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Skiing, Swimming, Dancing Room Councillor 3 MERTON J. RODMAN " Wert " 28 Wilder Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Education ' s light guides to success " Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing, Bowl- ing CARL J. ROSEN " Carley " 88 Hazelton Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Saying: " You ' re saying that only be- cause it ' s true " Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling BERNARD I. ROSENBERG " Rosey " 15 Jlascoma Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " All that glitters is not gold " Ambition: Sports Reporting Hobbies : Sports MANUEL B. ROSENBERG " Mann} " 72 Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: Medicine College : Harvard Honors, E3, H4, F2, M2; Honor Roll 2, 3 ; Discussion 3 ; Chemistry 4 ; Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4 ROBERT A. ROSENBERG " Rosie " 42 Orchard Road, Brighton School: Sijlomtjn Lewenberg Ambition : Journalism College: Tufts Honors H4; Fidelity Prize 3; Patrol 4; Color Bearer 3; Individual Prize Drill 2, 3; l.st Lieut. 4; Baseball 4 ANTHONY J. ROSSETTI " Rusty " 24 Cooper Street, North End School: Michelangelo . I nihilmii : Sports lloblties: fbjrses. Sports ARNOLD J. ROTMAN " Joe " 3 Duke Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Sayniiis " The difficult task is done im- nudi, ' it(. l " Ainhilnin: .Medical Research Lollr.ic: liostdu rniversity Honor Roll 3; Patrol 3; Captain 4 SAMUEL RUBINOVITZ " Sam " 210 Callender Street, Dorchester School : Frank ' . Thompson Saying: " The charm of you " A inhition : Kni ineering Coljcgc: .M assaclutsetts Institute of i ' eehnulogN Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook Staf? and Co-Editor-in-Chief 3. 4; Record Staff 3; C(j- Editor, 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; H,n ri.,l Club Prize Book 3; I ' r. iin CMnunittee 4; Captain 4: Baseball .1. . ; Track 3 FRANCIS S. RUGGERI " ■Rawhide " 489 E. Broadway. South Boston School: Thcmias N. Hart Ambition: Civil Engineering College: Tufts lloi hics: Sports. Pigeons Patrol 3. 4; l.st Lieut. 4: Football Track 2 57 ROBERT F. RULL ■■Bull " 663 E. Seventh Street, S. Boston School: Thomas N. Hart Saying: " Yo " Ambition: Business College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports RALPH L. RUSS ••Raliihy " 147 Centre Street, Dorchester School: Wooilrovv Wilson Saying: " Do you know what? " Ambition: Fur Business Hobbies: Dancing, Bowling GERALD C. RUTSTEIN ■■Jerry " 67 Willowwood Street, Dorchester School : Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Photography College: Northeastern University Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Camera 3; President Camera 4; Band 2, 3 EDMUND W. SABLOCK ■■Eddie " 48 Granger Street, Durcliester School: Gruver Cleveland Sayi ' ng: " An honest man is a success- ful man " Ambition: Music Hobbies: Dancing, Ice Skating Band 2 ROBERT A. SACCO " Sac " 142 St. Andrew Koail, E. Boston School : St. Lazarus Saying: " The poor man ' s Walt Whit- man " Ambition : Journalism College : Boston University Patrol 1 ROBERT M. SACCO " Sacco " 13 Buttonwood Street, Dorchester School : William E. Russell Ambition: Civil Engineering College : Tufts Yearbook Staff 4: Record Staff 4; News Staff 4: Chemistrv 4; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 BERNARD SAKLAD ■•Sakit " 197 ilagnolia Street, Dorchester School : Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Silence is gf»lden, but Where ' s the gold? " Hobbies: Reading JAMES A. SALTERIO ■■Salty " 3ll8 Talbot Avenue. Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: Engineering College : Xortheastern Hobbies: Drawing, Building Boats Athletic Staff 3, 4 RICHARD SARKISIAN ■Dick " 32 Bostonia Avenue, Brighton School: Thomas A. Ellison College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2. 3: Track 2 PAUL G. SCHLESSINGER ■■Skipper " 31 Kenwood Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: ' ■Quella anste est il? " College: Trinity Hobbies: Tropical Fish. Photography Honors E2, JI2, PI; Camera 4; Lab- oratory Asst, 2, 4 EMIL M. SCHOLAR " Em " 43 Webber Street, Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies : Sports LEONARD SEBELL " Brother " 7 Crowcll Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Saying: " I ' ll always think of you " Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Sports- MICHAEL M. SERPIS " iMike " 36 Falmouth Street, Back Bay School : Prince Saying: " Let ' s go! " Ambition: U. S. Army Hobbies: Sports CARL A. SERRA, JR. " Aces " 204 Princeton Street, E. Boston School : Joseph H. Barnes Saying: " Better days are coming " Ambition : Architecture College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamps, Designing, Dancing; Track 2 MORTON SHAMES " Mort " 37 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenbepg Ambition: Musical Comedy College: Boston LTniversity Honors, E2; Discussion 3. 4; Glee 3. 4; Dramatic 3; Music Appreciation 4; Patrol 4; Orchestra 3. 4; 2d Lieut. 4 STANLEY SHANKMAN " Shakie " 77 Kingsdale Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Photography College : Xew York Schotjl of Photo- graphy Hobbies: Photography, Airplanes Drum and Fife 3, 4 FRANCIS W. SHANNON, JR. " l- ' rank ' 30 Guernsey Street, Roslindale School: Public Latin Saying: " I am the master of my fate " College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 4 MARSHALL SHAPIRO " Red " 18 (Ireendale Road, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Sayniii: " I ' d rather make a friend " . I nihil ion: Commercial Art (. nllciie: ' csi)er George lliihhics: Music, Art Patrol 3. 4 JOHN J. SHEA " Jack " 85 O.ikton Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Suying: " Chust maraba " . iiihition : Law College: Boston College Hobbies: Music Record StalT 2: Athktic CinnRiIlur Baseiiall 2. 4 EDWARD W. SHEEHAN " Edzo " 26 Burgoyne Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Sayinii: " A good time was had by all " Ambition : V. S. Xavy College: . nn;tpoIis 59 GERALD L. SHER " Gerry " 581 Norfiilk Street, Mattapaii Scltool: Frank ' . Thonipson Sayiitfl: " Plooch? That ' s a roocI qucs tion " Ambition : Theatre College : Leland Powers Chess 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 3; Tennis 2. , THOMAS R. SHERIDAN " Clem " 469 Norfolk Street. Dorchester School: Solomon T.cwenher Saying: " Don ' t tell me yonr trouMes College : Northeastern WARREN L. SHIELDS " Flattoi) " 1024 South Street, Uoslindale School: Washington Irving Saying: " Do your best, do it uell " Ambition : Radio College: Boston College Honors E2; Fidelity Prize; Discus sion 4; Patrol Captain 3 JACKSON G. SHINE " Jack " 15 Elko Street, Brighton School : Thomas A. Edison Saying: " Adopt the pace of Nature ' Ambition : Business College : Dartmouth Hobbies: Swinmiing, Fftotl)all Track 2 , 4 EDWARD H. SHRIER " Eddy " 185 Chambers Street, West End School: William Blackstone Sayi ' ng: " To be or not to be " Ambition: Medicine College: Tufts Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Patrol 3. 4; 2d I.ieut. 4 HOWARD D. SHUMAN " Howie " 41 C;ieason Street, Dorchester School : Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition : Business College: Boston University Hobbics: Sports Chemistry 4; Patrol 3. 4; Captain 4; Track 3 HYMAN M. SHUMRAK " Hy " 84 Lucerne Street. Dorchester School : Frank ' . Thompson Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors E2. F2. M2. H2. M3; Honor Roll 2. 3; Lawrence Prize M3: Chemistry 3; Patrol 4; 2d I.ieut. 4 HARVEY B. SIDERS " Tek " 1443 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan School : Solomon I.ewenberg Saying: " I pass " Ambition: Music College: Columbia L ' niversity Hobbies: Ping Pong; Dancing Dramatic 3: Room Councillor 2, Stuilent Council 2 HERBERT A. SIDERS •Herln " 179 Walnut Avenue, Roxbury School : Lewis Saying: " Those who know do not speak " Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 ROBERT K. SILVERMAN " Hobby " 75 Kilsyth Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Business College : Boston l ' niversity Hobbies: Reading. Sports Baseball 2 6o ARNOLD J. SINGER •■Jay " 60 diaries Street, Doicliester School: (jiover Cleveland Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Swimming, Chemistry, Piano Fidelity Prize 2, President Chemistry 4; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 HERBERT M. SLAVINSKY " Slivey " 12 Hansborough Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition : Engineering College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors E2, H4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4 BERNARD L. SLOTNICK ••Slot " 19 Irma Street, Dorchester School : Frank V. Thompson Sayiiur. " To the hills, men " Ambition : Business College: Boston University Hobbies: .Sports, Dancing Patrol 4; 1st Lieut. 4 DAVID W. SMITH " Smitty " 43 Boynton St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E, Curley ii ' avi)!.!;; ••Deuces wild " Ambition: Success Hobbies: Bowling, Camping. Swim- ming MARVIN L. SNYDER " Mary " 124 Lucerne Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " Never step on the third rail ' ' Ambition : Electricity College: Wentworth Patrol 4; Track 2, 3, 4 JAMES S. SOLANO •• ' arno " 33 Allen Street. West End School: St. J(jseph ' s Saying: ••Mcver give uji " Ambition: Art Hobbies: Painting, Swimming, Skiing IRVING SPECTOR ■■Itz% ' 239 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton School: Shurtleff, Chelsea Saying: " What ' s in my locker? " Ambition: Business Collecje: Boston University JOHN J. SPILLANE ••-Mario " 1.1 Wentworth Street, Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern LTniversity Hobbies: Boating Patrol 3. 4; Room Councillor 3; Athletic Councillor 4; 2d Lieut. 4 SOLOMON V. SPITZBERG " Spitzy " 15 Flint Street, JIattapan School : Frank V. Thompson Saying: ' " Greetings to you all " Ambition : Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Gardening. Music Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4; Drum .Major 4; 1st Lieut. 4 JOHN F. STANTON ■Pinkx " - 49 S.imoset Street. Dorchester School: St. .Mark ' s Ambition: Professional Hockey Hobbies: Sports 6i SIDNEY S. STAROBIN ■■Vosh " 2031 Coliimlius Avenue. Roxburv Sclwol : Theodore Roosevelt Sayiiifi: " Knowledge will not decay " Ambition : Engineering College: Northeastern University THORNTON STEARNS " Pointy " 128 Greaton Road, W. Roxlmry School: Robert G. Shaw Sayiini: " Holy gee smoke " Amhifion : Aviation College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Basketball RAYMOND I. STONE " Stony Midge " 49 Angell Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " It ' s the small things that count " Ambition : Professional Work College: Tufts Room Coinicillin- 4; Picture Committee 4 THOMAS C. STRATES " Tom " 37 Burbank Street, Back Bay School: Prince Saying: " Study makes the man " Ambition: Night Club Operator College: Business College Honors HI, SI, S2; Office Aide 3; 1st Lieut. 4 CLARENCE E. STRONG " Abie " 1019 ' J Tremont Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Saying: " Fast, you won ' t last; slow. you won ' t go " Ambition: Medicine College : Harvard Hobbies: Stamps, Show Movies Fidelity Prize 3 JOHN C. STUART " Stu " 12 Newcastle Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Saying: " All ' s well that ends well " Ambition: Traveling Hobbies: Football Baseball 3 DELABARRE F. SULLIVAN " Hamilton " 61 Park Drive, Back Bay School : South High, Worcester Ambition: Medicine College : Harvard Honors E3. H2. H4, Gl, PI: 1st Lieut. 4; Basketball 1; Football 2 JAMES P. SULLIVAN, JR. ■■J. P. " 75 Paul Gore St.. Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Saying- " To thine own self be true " Ambition : Law College: Law School Hobbies: Music. Reading Patrol 3 FREDERIC G. TALABACH " Freddie " 65 Chestnut Ave.. Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Automotive Engineering College: ilassachusetts Institute of Technology n. P. S. S. Orchestra 2. 3. 4: Music Appreciation 4: Patrol 4: Band 2: Orchestra 2. 3. 4; 2d Lieut. 4 STANLEY B. TAMKIN " Stan " 91 Callcnder Street. Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Saying: " Live and learn " Ambition: Law College: Boston University Hobbies: Athletics, Music Chess 4; Band 2. 3; 2d Lieut. 4; Football 4; Track 2, 3, 4 Letter 62 STEPHEN A. TARANTINO " ' Stefaiio " 31 Tileston Street, North Eml School: Michelangelo Saying: " To acquire knowledge " Ambition : Traveling College: Northeastern I ' niversity Hobbies: Sports. Dancing Patrol 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieut. 4; Basket- hall 4 DAVID Z. TAVEL " D-Z " 57 Charlotte .Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Teaching College: Boston L ' niversity Hobbies: Writing. Stamp Collecting Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; News Staff 4; School Sophomore Spelling Champion; 2d Licnt. 4 THOMAS G. THEODOSS ' " Tommy " 9 Dale Street. Roxbury School : Lewis Saying: " They stumble who run fast " Ambition: Chemistry College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball. Basketball. Reading THEODORE F. THOMPSON " Ted " 87 ' ernon .Street, Roxbury School: Cape May, N. J. Saying: " Precious jiossessions — time and knowledge " Ambition: Medicine Hobbies: .Stamp Collecting Patrol 4; Band 4; Drum and Bugle 3 JAMES J. TIERNAN " Jimmy " 4 Park Road, Jamaica Plain School : Cheverus Saying: " Patience is bitter; its fruit is sweet " Ambition: Secretarial Work Hobbies: Rowing, Handball; id Lieut. 4 PETER J. TOURTE " Pete " 24 Haviland St., liack Bay School: Prince Saying: " Ambition is tlie road to suc- cess " Ambition: Business College: liostcju I ' niversity LOUIS A. TREHUB " Louie " 9 Jones . vciuie. Dorchester School : Frank V. Thomi son Saying: " To do or not to do " Ambition: Chemistry College: Northeastern University Camera 2, 3, 4; Patrol 4; 2d Lieut. 4 JAMES TRIANTAFEL " Creek " 17 Forsyt h Street. Back Bay School: Public Latin Saying: " (Jreetings, peasants " Ambition: Business Collciic: Bryant and Stratton Music Appreciation 4; Captain Football ,i LOUIS N. TROCANO " Lnnie " 9 Trent(jn Street, East Boston School: J(j eph H. Barnes ■Sayniii: " There ' s goodness this year " -hnbilioii: Commercial Art Lollcgc: ' e per (leorge Honor Roll i ; Patrol ,1. 4; 2d Lieut. 4 FRANK L. TROIANI 1 Xc " Frankie " Place. North End School: .Miclulangelo Saying: " If I nuist, 1 will " Ambition : Engineering Collcin ' : Ncn ' theastern University Hobbies: Radio 63 WILLIAM TRUCTMAN ' ■Bill " 45 Capen Street. Doicliester School : Frank Y. Thompson Sayiiip: " Enjoy life while yon can " Ambitioti: Business College: Boston University Honors Gl ; Honor Roll 3; Discnssion 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Alumni Committ ee 4; Captain 4 LOUIS J. TSAVARIS " Lou " 111 Walnut Park. Roxlmry School: Tarpon Hi ' h Schm.l. Kloriila Ambition: Medicine College: Tulane Honors E3, H4, SJ; Honor Roll ], 2. 3; Lawrence Prize H4; Franklin and Washington Medals 3 ; Yearlmok Staff 4; Record Staff 4; News Staff. Sports Editor 4; Discussion 4: Patrol 4; .Student Council. Secretary- Treasurer 4 ; Class ' ice President 4; 2d Lieut. 4; Baseliall Manager 3; Basketball 2: Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Room Councillor 4 ERNEST VANGEL " Ernie " 24 Kingsboro Pk.. Jamaica Pl.nin School: Prince Sayiiiii: " My BoyI!! " Ambition : Entertaining Collesie: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports. Dancing, Music Patrol L 2; Room Councillor 1. : Captain 4 ROBERT L. VELENAGE " Dink " 47 Tonawanda Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Saying: " Each has his own methnds " Ambition : Mechanical Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Swimming, Tennis, Camping (Jlee Club: 3, 4; Room Councillor 1, 2 RAYMOND D. VINICK " Ray " 10 Castlegate Road, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Saying: " If he gut a will, he h:is way ' ' Ambition : L.iw College: Suffolk Law Patrol 2; Football 2 SUMNER WALDMAN " Suggy " 56 Nelson Street, Dorchester School: Frank ' . Thompson Ambition: Law College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamp Collecting. Astronomy, and the Cinema RICHARD W. WALKER " Dick " 23 Clementine Park, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Saying: " I love ' em all! " Ambition : Veterinary College: Northeaster University Hobbies: Tropical Fish Patrol 3 JOHN M. WEEKS " Jack " 7 Herman Street. Roxbury School : Lewis Saying: " VV ' hen do we cat? " Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University ALFRED WEISBERG " Doc " .t85 Norfolk Street, Jlattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Saying: " To each his own " I ' ollege: Boston University Patrol 4: 2d Lieut. 4; Baseball Ass ' t iManager 3; Hockev 4 FRANCIS P. WEISS " Fran " 36 Perkins Street. Jamaica Plain School : Cheverus Saying: " Wise but foolish " Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Yak- Honor Roll 1, 2; Chess 2, 3. 4: Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3. 4 64 HENRY WERRICK ■■Hank " 7fj7 Morton Street. Dorcliester School: Fr. ' ink ' . ThonijiMin Sayhici: ■ ' A j ood victory lunch today " Colleye: Tufts Honors F2, Mi. V,2, P.?; Honor Rojl 2, i ; French i, Chemistry 4 SUMNER T. ■WHITE " Red " 7 Irnia Street, Dorchester School : Frank V. Thompson Savin fi: ■ ' Where there ' s a will " Ambiliou: Accounting Collc( c: Boston Ihiiversity Honor Roll 3; Camera 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Captain 4 PHILIP C. WILSON ■■I ' hir 40 Clarkvvood Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Sayina: " The yearn to live is to honors earn " College: Massachusetts State College of Pharmacy Drum and Bugle 2. 3. 4; Captain 4; Baseball 4: Track 2, 3, 4 SOO HOO WING-FEE " Wing " 20 Tyler Street, South End School: Dvvight Ambition: Architecture College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors. El, E2. E3. Hi. H4, Fl. F2 G2, Ml, M2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 Fidelity Prize 3; Vtarbook Staff 3 French 4; Vearl;o;k Committee 4 Captain 4 LAURENCE WINSTON ■■Laur} " ■ 211 Columbia Uoad. Dorchester School : I ritrick C. Cani]ibell Anihltion : Law College: Harvard Hobbies: Model Building. Reading Honors H4, CI, K3 ; News Staff 4; Chemistry 3, 4; Music . jipreciation 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; 2d Lieut. 4; Ten- nis 2, 3 DOUGLAS H. WOODBURN ■■Doug " 3 (Irant Road, Dorchester School: I ' atrick ' I ' . Campliell Ambition : (jeology College: New Hampshire State Patrol 2; Drum and lingle 2; 2d Lieut. 4 ; liasketball 1 ; Track 1 LAWRENCE A. YORKS " Larry " 468 Norfolk Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson .Uiihilioii: Accounting ( ollriir : Cohmibia Hobbies: Picture Collecting, Tennis Chemistry 4; Tennis 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Captain 4 SUMNER S. YOUNG ■■Sonny " 18 Leston Street, Mattapan School: Frank ' . Thompson Ambition: Engineering i oHciie: Northeastern L ' niversity 11, ' hhics: Stamp Collecting, Fishing Chemistry 4, Patrol 2 REUBEN M. ZALLEN ■Rul.c ' 7 Melton Road. Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Optical Engineering College: Rochester University Photography 3, 4; French 3. 4: Patrol 3. 4; 2d Lieut. 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4 BERJ A. ZAMKOCHIAN ■■Zam ' 5 Albemarle Street. Hack Bay School : Prince Ambition: Music College: Boston l ' niversity Music Appreciation 4. (Ilee Club Presi- dent 4. ' ice President 3. Secretary 2; Patrol 4: Chairman Song Committee 4: 2d Lieut. 4 6 GERALD J. ZARROW " Jerry " 9 Ridjjemoiit Street, Allston Siliool: William H. Taft Ambition: Dentistry College: Tufts Honors 02; Class nf 1885 Prize Chemistry 4: iMnsic Aiipreciatirm 4 Patrol 4 " ; Athletic Cimiicillor 1, 1st Lieut. 4: Track 2 ITALO T. ZAZZARA ■■Zaz " 1 ' 4 Terrace Street, Roxiniry School: Joseph P. Tiniilty Sayiiui: ' " tlrcat ,S(ju1s " .1 iiibitioii : Klcctrical Eiij;i]u eritif; L allege: Nortiicastcni I ' niversity Hobbies: Model Planes Honor.s SI, Si; Honor Roll ' , i Patrol . ' ; 2A Lieut. 4; Track 1 BENJAMIN ZELMAN " Ben " 12 Hosnier Street, Matta|ian School: Frank ' . Thompson Saynio: " Tomorrow never comes " Atiihition : Textile Kn ineerin;; Colleiic: Lowell Textile Institute Chemistry 4; French 4; 1st Lieut. Patrol i GERALD H. ZOKEN 11 (lUasnn Street, Dcnchestir School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Saynio: " , re ou mad, .Sir? " Ambilioii : Business College: Boston University Discussion 4; French 4; Chemistrv 4; Patrol 3, 4; 1st Lieut. 4 JOHN E. BYRNE " Jack " 38 Bostonia Avenue, Brighton School: Our Lady of Presentation Saying: " Slow but steady " Ambition: .Success in husiness College: Boston College Record Staff 3, 4; Room Councillor RICHARD G. HEALY " Dick " 12 Bccket Street. Dorchester School: St. (iregory ' s Saying: " Urease is clean dirt " Ambition: Automobile Mechanics College: Boston College Hobbies: Repairing cars 2d Lieut. 4 JOHN F. LALLY " blouse " 97 Train Street. Xeponset School : Woodrow Wilson Saying: " Hey, goofball " Ambition: Politician Hobbies: Koller Skating Clee Clnb 4: Baseball 4: Track 4 JOHN R. MacIVER " Mac " 7fl Forbes Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Saying: " For crying out loud " Ambition: V . .S. Marine Corps College: ISoston College Room Councillor 3 ; Athletic Council- lor o EDWARD T. O ' DONNELL " Ed " 74 Dorchester Street. South Boston School: Thomas . . Hart Saying: " Call you in half an hour " Ambition: I ' rofessional Baseball i ollege : Boston College Patrol 1; Baseball 3, 4: Football 1. 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4 LOUIS E. PETRILLO " 1...UR- 101 St, . ndre« Road, East Boston School: .St. Lazarus Saying: " How ' s things? " Ambition: Cartooning lli ' hhics: Sports. Sleuthing Patrol 1 ; Room Councillor 1 66 JAMES N. ZANGHI " J Ith " 20 lUIdeii Strtft. Ddi clirsti r School :■ EilwarJ Kvfictt Ambition: Horticiilture Collctie: St. Hoiiaveiiture Hobbies: Dancing Honors MJ, BJ, Hi; Uocjiii Atlili-tic Coiuicillor 3, 4; Football 1. ,i, -I; Selected for squad uu all scllola t ic football team Mnnifnsl Dnstiny A ' V Rl lUb.RT I. I |.:i ' SF.N Prrsielciil aj I lie Class oj V I7 To l)()rr(iw a ])hra.se thai was on the lips of nianv (hiring the recent wnrhl C(inf1iet, " This is il. " ' es, lliis is (joDilhyc to liigh-school (hivs and lic lo to a new chapter in our hves. We go forth into a worUl tliat is uni(|ne in liistory — tlie start ol the Atomic Age. Some of us will leave here to commence earning our livelihoods; others of us will he in search ol higher education. iUit all ol us, whether we like it or not, are a i)art of this Atomic Age. When we think of atomic engerv, it is hut natural that our minds should turn to thoughts of the atom homh and the horrihle destruction that this homh can cause. 1 1 is our joh, e ' en our dut ' , to do all in our i ower to see that this great lorce is harnessed and used, not for war. hiil lor the furtherance of peace and lium.auitw I am takmg this o|iporlunil - to wish ' ou all ]i;i])j)iness and success in the coming ' ears. 1 run sure that if we li ' e U]) to ilu- sUind:irds and ide.als set for US, honor and achicxcmrnt w ill he ouis. 67 First Roic — left to ri jht : George ' . Keiineally, Liiigi S. Maccagiiano, Rayiiiuml T. Carver, Edward F. Greer. Second Ron ' — left to riylit : Richard J. Norton, Alfred H. McCartliy, Leo Bedia, John F. Lally. Military l)earing courtesy, obedience, and precision . . . " J ' r.f, ,s- V " and " Xo. sir " . . . " I leads iif ! " . . . have been familiar terms to E. H. S. boys since lSf)4, when Military Drill was first instituted at the school. The boys of the Exhibition Drill Squad seen above contributed a feature to our 80th competitive drill held at the East Armory on April 10. M I L I T H CDmmissiDned Officers — First Regiment First Rozv — left to riaht: John T. Cassidv , Jack Dirsfriend. William I ' . l " ..rluiie. Luigi S. Maccagnano, Alliert Ashe, Patrick (J. Feiinessv.Heiirv T. Hofl ' . Kichanl I. Dorn, Ht-rhert H. d ' Entreiiumt. Cerhard Gluck. Second Rou — left to rinhf : (in il.l T. Zarrow. Rdliert A. Riisenhert;. Rutiert E. Dunavan. Jack I.. Ravech, Clifford C. Johns, Bernard H I Mid, Kafph E. Mneller, William P. Austin. Rohert L. Castagnola. Third Row— left to riulil : C ' lnaco A, t ' olella, Louis N. Trocano, Paul W. Hall, .Salvatore J. Messina, Bryce F. Leon, Gerald H. Zoktn, John J. Spillane, Neil Landau, Francis S. Ruggeri. Fourth Row — left to riiiht: Paul F. McManus, Herbert L Slavinsky, Alan M. Israel, William X. Masters, Joseph A. Cunha, Josejdi Longo, Jr., Paul H. Black. FIRST HEGIMFNT Camiiany 1st Capt. Jack L. Ravech 1st Lt. Robert J. Jepsen 2m[ Lt. Louis . . Trelnili 2ntl Capt. Richard J. Dorn 1st Lt. Boyce F. I, eon 2nd Lt. Gerald L. Connor 3rd Capt. Herbert B. D ' Entremont 1st Lt. Wilfred J. Gaudreau 2nd Lt. Jason Long 4th Capt. Luigi S. A[accagnano 1st Lt. Joseph A. Cunha 5th Capt. Albert .Ashe 1st Lt. William P. . ustin 2nd Lt. Herbert M. .Slavinsky 6th Capt. William P. Fortune 1st Lt. Roi)ert . L Jacobs 2nd Lt. Julian Koss 2nd Lt. Norman Berkowitz 2nd Lt. - hui .M. Garber 2nd Lt. .Xrthur D. Keefe 7th Capt. Hem-y T. Hoff, Jr. 1st Lt. Paul F. McManus 2nd Lt. John F. Franz 8(h Capt. fichael J. Connolly 1st Lt. Kvan B. Rich 2nd Lt. William X. Masters 2nd Lt. .Man M. Israel 9th Capt. Paul K. Johnson 1st Lt. i-ouis X. ' i ' rocano 2nd Lt. Paul Hall 2nd Lt. Salvatore J. Messina 10th Capt. John T. Cassidy 1st Lt. Robert .A. Rosenberg 2nd Lt. Berj Zamkochian 2nd Lt. Edward F. Greer 72 SECDIVD REGIMEIVT Cnmpany 1st Capt. Raymond J. Collins 1st Lt. Edward R. Mattson 2nd Lt. John J. Mooney 2nd Capt. John P. Doyle 1st Lt. Joseph Longo 2nd Lt. Mannel B. Rosenberg 3rd Capt. Gordon E. Lesser 1st Lt. Philip Freedman 2nd Lt. Robert C. Lipson 4th Capt. Daniel M. Donovan 1st Lt. Lawrence J. Malone 5th Capt. John J. b ' orte 1st Lt. Louis J. Tsavaris 2nd Lt. Irving E. Isgur 6th Capt. George F. Ciampa 1st Lt. John J. (iaffey 2nd Lt. Henry T. Camerlengo 2nd Lt. Joseph Bunson 7th Capt. Jay A. Davidson 1st Lt. Joseph Berman 2nd Lt. Laurence Winston 2n(l Lt. Irving M. Kriegsman 8th Capt. Lawrence Yorks 1st Lt. John G. Musante 2nd Lt, John R. Ualton 2ii(l Lt. X ' iiH ' ent F. Diaferio 9th Capt. .Anthony J. Nania 1st Lt. Russell B. Haydon 2nd Lt. William E. Grady 2n(l Lt. David Z. Tavel 10th Capt. .Xbbdtt W. Lighter 1st Lt. Paul C. Holland 2nd Lt. Gerald A. Richmond 2nd Lt. Hyman M. Shunnak 2nd Lt. (ieorge J. Hoffman 2nd Lt. (k-rald J. Hershoff 2nd Lt. Clifford C. Johns CDmmissiDned Officers — Secnnd Heqiment l- ' iist Rii ' i ' -left to ri(iht: Wallace J. (ileckiiiaii. liorcUm K. I.csser. John J. Fortf, . iitliony J. .Naiiui, Daniel M. Donovan. Cieor.i e F. Ciampa, Jay A. Davidson, Alihott W. l-iRliter, Raymoinl J. t illin . Second KoK ' — left to riiilit: Carl Cooi eistein, John G. Miisantf, John J. iJatfey, Kredciick A. I ' ulilicover. Robert C. Lipson. Renhen Al. Zallen. Paul C. Holland. Lawrence J. Malone. Third RoiK ' - left to ritiht : Manuel H. Kosenherg, Cerald A. Richmond. David Z. Tavel. Kolievt K. Mattson, Horace A. Del (Irosso, Alfred Weisherg, Wilfred J. (iaudrean, Henry I. Camerlengo. Fourth Roiv — left to rioht: X ' incent F. DiaFerio, Morton Shames, Hyman JL Sliumrak. Joseph Herman. Laurence Winston, Irving Pinta. 73 Cammissianed Officers — Third Regiment First Rati ' — left to l iyht : Robert M. Jacobs, V. Raye Bardoii, Alfred K. McCarthy, Martin (J. Forgione, Nathan (I. Liclierson, Edward Kristal, Albert Fine, Patitaleone V. (Jraiide, Lcun Pollard. S, , ' ii.l h ' : — left to right: Frederic G. Talabach. Ernest J. Ccincau, Benson Diamond, William M. Jacobs, Robert UrlVioii, Jr., HoUis K. Pendleton, Arnold J. Singer, Bernard L. Slotinck, iNurman Jcpsky. TInnI Hon ' left to riyht: James T. Picardi, Stei)hen A. Tarantino, William Miiser, Edward H. Shrier, Jason Long, James J. Tiernan, Samuel B. O ' Bryant, Arthur K. (leorge, Harold P. Donnelly. Fourth Roil ' - -left to right: Irving M. Kriegsman, Sunnier Auerbach, Robert M. Sacco, Thomas C. Strates, Stanley Knshiier, Aaron L. Brody, Leon Curewit?. THIRD HEGIMEIVT 1st Capt. Mendel Leviii.soii 1st Lt. William M. Jacobs 2nd l t, Edward H, Shrier 2nd Lt, Richard A. M alone 2nd Capt. Wallace J. (ileeknian 1st Lt, Alfred K. McCarthy 2iid Lt, Robert M. Sacco 2nd Lt. John P, Mastrangelo 3rd Capt. Norman Jepsky 1st Lt. Thomas C, Strates 2nd Lt. Murray Karlsberg 4th Capt. John F. Fahey 1st Lt. ; Carl Cooperstein 2nd Lt. William Muser Cnmiiaiiy Capt. Mario S. Grasso 1st Lt. Francis D. Sullivan 2n(l Lt. Harold H. Donnelly 2nd Lt. James J. Tiernan 2nd Lt, Edward Kristal 6th Capt. Jdlin J. Sjiillane 1st Lt. Benson Diamond 2nd Lt. John 1- " . McCabe, Jr. 2nd Lt. Ralph E, Mueller 2nd Lt. Neil Landau 7th Capt. Nathan (i. Lieberson 1st Lt. Leon Curewiti( 2nd Lt. Mollis K. Pendleton »lh Capt. (ieralil H. Zoken 1st Lt. Samuel B. 0 " Bryant 2nd Lt. -VruoKl J. Singer 9lh Capt. Ut I. 2nd 1 10th c:apt. 1st 2nd 2nd 1 Pantaleone W. Grande t. Benjamin Zelman .t. .Alfred W ' c-isberg .Albert I ' ine t. Robert DePeron t. Ernest J. t ' ameau -t. Norman P. Fisher 74 FOURTH REGIMEIVT Company 1st Capt. John C. O ' Connor 1st Lt. Raymond A. Campo 2nd Lt. Albert A. Lewis 2nd Capt. Howard D. Shuman 1st Lt. Arthur K. George 2nd Lt. Paul G. Schlessinger 3rd Capt. Aldo V. Belmonte 1st Lt. Aaron L. Brody 2nd Lt. Myron Shriber 2nd Lt. Edward J. Davis 4th Capt. Soo Hoo Wing Fee 1st Lt. Edmund J. Cotter 2nd Lt. Abraham Ponn 5th Capt. Angelo A. Govostes 1st Lt. Bernard L. Slotnick 2nd Lt. Ciriaco A. Colella 2nd Lt. Reuben M. Zallen 6th Capt. Raymond T, Carver 1st Lt. Haig Parnagian 2nd Lt. Joseph M. Pomarole 2nd Lt. Sumner Auerbach 7th Capt. Gerald J. Zarrow 1st Lt. Bruce Cummings 2nd Lt. Morton Shames 2nd Lt. Stanley Tamkin 8th Capt. Arnold J. Rotman 1st Lt. Horace A. DelGrosso 9th Capt. Marvin 1. Black 1st Lt. Edward Berman 2nd Lt. Arnold M. Kuhlin 2nd Lt. James K. .Shaheen 2nd Lt. Harold S. Davidson 2nd Lt. Andrew A. Allan 10th Capt. Ricardo Digregorio 1st Lt. Joseph Ignazio 2nd Lt. Stanley Kushner 2nd Lt. Roy P. Habeeb 2nd Lt. Robert L. Castagnola 2nd Lt. Payson B. Palmer 2nd Lt. Thomas W . McGeevei Cummissinned Officers — Fourth Heiiiment I ' irst Roic left l„ ruihl: Ricanlo 1 )i( ncu ' .ni,,. Marvin 1. Hhick, AM.. W Bt-lmontc, ' Howard I). Slniniati. (.crald Hcrshcitf, AiiKcli. , . (;(lv.. tc . iMatici-. W Don,, van. lanus I). Mi.ronov. Son Hrwi Wing Kec. .Second Roic left to nolil : Jn m !■. McCahc jr.. Haig R. TaniaRiaM, Cfort ' e M. Relskv. lostpli L. Igiiazio. l.nuis .1. Tsavans, I ' aiil K. J ihns ]ii, Tlumias W. MctJccvcs, Eilmuiul .1. Cotter. Josepli " Runson. Xorman licrkowitz. Irving Iv Isgur, Third Ro7o left to rniht: K.hvard I. Davis. Arnold M. Kulilin. Kdward Herman. Rov 1). Halieeli. Stanlcv B. Taiiikin, Herbert A. .Sidcrs. I ' hdip Frcediiiaii. Myron Sliriber. Alliort . . Lewis, . ormau F. Bligh. Fourth Raw — left to : Allen Miller. James K. Shaliecn. Donald J. -Maier. Paul G. Schlessinger, Ignazio F. Caruso, Bruce Cununings, Frank ' . tiiordano. 7 ' May 8, 1946 — The 125tli Anniversary Parade — The school regiments and a veritable army of alumni march in tribute to our Ahna Mater. Headmaster ' s Aides EIGHTIETH EDMPETITIVE HRILL COMMISSIONS AWARDED AND PRIZES WON First Regiment Couipaiiy Colonel John T. Cassidy ... 10 Lt. Col. Luigi S. Maccagnano . 4 Major Paul E. Johnson ... 9 Major Richard J. Dorn ... 2 Major Herbert B. d ' Entremont 3 Individual Drill 1st Sergeant John R. Eerris Corporal Erancis P. Eomhardi Corporal Anthony J. Rossetti Corporal Ronald A. Kranse Private Stanley IT. Ostrosky Private George D. Kasparian Private Robert E. T ' aulson Private Alfred C. Conrod Private Herbert Abrams Private Theodore R. Barco Second Regiment Coiiif diiy Colonel George E. Ciampa . 6 Lt. Col. Jay A. Davidson 7 Major Gordon E. Lesser . 3 Major Anthony J. Nania . 9 Major John P. Doyle . . . 2 Individual Drill Corporal Robert K. Silverman Corporal Clinton Israel Private Shamai Kanter Private Robert B. Goldberg Private Carl W. Larson Private Erancis J. Notargiacomo Private Angelo P. Giacalone Private Jack H. Eishlxjn Private Kenneth J. Golden Private Herbert Nitkin Third Regiment Company Colonel Pantaleone W. Grande 9 Lt. Col. Nathan C. Lieberson . 7 Major John E. Fahey ... 4 Major Mario S. Grasso . . 5 Major Gerald H. Zoken . . 8 Individual Drill Sergeant Frederick G. Shelby Sergeant Thomas J. Ryan Corporal John C. Pedalino Corporal Arthur Penn Private Edward C. McFarland Private Henry J. Browne Private Allen Getman Private Louis A. Scapicchio Private Joseph E. Buckley Private Jacob Aronson Fourth Regiment Cojiipauy Colonel Angelo A. Govostes . 5 Lt. Col. Raymond T. Carver . 6 Major Howard D. Shuman . 2 Major Ricardo DiGregorio . 10 Major Aldo V. Belmonte . 3 Individual Drill Sergeant Evangelos Karalexis Corporal Marvin A. Eeinman Corporal Henry W. Peele Private Henry Leno Private l lliott L. Woodman Private Walter I. Nellalsingh Private Robert DiGregorio Private Albert W. Someau Private b -ancis . . Turcotte Private Sumner H. Feldman 77 " The towers on the Heights reach t(i Heaven ' s own l)lne " ... a perfect setting for the cHniax of the outdoor track season. Coach C liff Ronan ' s E. H. .S. boys are already away out in front as usual. How ahout a regular " Hrackety Ax " for Cliff ' and his colleagues of the Blue and Blue coaching staff? Let ' s go! VARSITY 8i Varsity Fontball Bquard — 194B y r I r 1 r 1 r 1 f t 3 Fourth Row. Uffl lo rujlu) David Wont;. Joliii Saviiio. Phillip Pascucci. Raymuml t ' liiuail. Kuljirt (iritliii, Jo.scph Mc- Carthy, lliiward Harrison, Ktlvvaril () " l)oniK ' ll, Ck ' orge C ' iampa. Ihirtl Now. (lift to iiiilit) Xichulas Ciurdaiio. Aii ilo h ' atalo. John lUickli-y. Frank Shannon, Arthur Kctfc, John Carroll, Ktniiilli .Sliawlis, (Iforxi- DaUy, Lawrc-ticc Barrett. Paul PendiMKast, William -Muscr. Scconil A ' lrri ' : Ufft to ii,ilin Assistant Coaih Janus Sullivan, ]lc:ul Coach Hvrnard Kiln.y. .Manager Kolicrt Jei sen, William JvimiiiHS, Briton I ' ottir. jr., John Limoiicvlli, Christ Karys, . rtliur Tuhna. Zacliary (k-anacop- oiilos, Alfred liaKrna, I K-.id .Master Walter Downey. Faciilt. .Maii.i.mr of Athletics I. Clit ' l ' oril Konan. Fiist Ro- K-. (lift lo I i, lilt) Daniel lirosii.iha .Mtinah.aii. Kich. ' ird Metiow.m. Uoliert DriseoU. Conrad Balfour. James ZaiiKhi, Tsavaris Paul 82 Winners of the Varsity E Co-Captahi : Richard ' . McGowan Co-Capta ' ni : Louis j. Tsavaris Manager: Robert j. jepst ' ii Alfred J. P.alerna Conrad Inalfour Daniel P. Krosnahan Lawrence G. Barrett George F. Ciani])a Raymond P. Conrad George A. Daley Mario DeirOr])hano Robert G. ]3riscoll Angelo ] L P atalo Zachary H. Geanac()i)(mlo,s R()l.)ert Griffin Llarwood R. Harrison William Iv Jennings Christ J. Karys Arthur D. Keefe Gordon E. Lesser Alfonse Luciano John Limoncelli Joseph F. McCarthy Paul G. Abmahan William Mucelli PjERNARD j. KILROY Head Coach William Muser Edward T. O ' Donnell Phillip Pascucci Briton J. Potter Paul Prendergast John F. Riggs Angelo Rossi John F. Savino P ' rank W. Shannon Kenneth G. Shawlis Arthur Tuhna David . Wong janies N . Zanghi L. E. Jim Cusack Commerce L. T. Ciovacca Hyde Park IIL-DPPD EIVT TEAM L. G. Caperelki B. C. HiRl L.H.B. (Cai)taiii) Dave Sullivan B. C. High Center Mills Trade Quarterback Jim McNfalioim Tech F. I!, l ciger Pn llc • Afeinorial R. G. Stevens Groton R.H.r.. llvdc I ' ark R. T. holey P.. C. Higii R. K. Pete R( :ich Tech Complied hy ithall X ' arsitv. 83 It ' s May 22, 19-16 ... In the Interscholastic Track Meet at . lunini Field. lioston College. Frank Lombardi of Fngiisli High races to victory in the low iiurdles. " When good fellows get together " . . . . little time out from track competition. The lirst row, left to right: Perry Constas, Conrad Balfour, . u tin Roche, Waiter Murphy, P.oh Farrell, Arthur Ruggere. Kenneth Shawlis, and Arthur Tuhna. The second row left to right: Wallace Gleekman, Melvin (let . Ray Jackson, " Tuiy " Ciampa, Stan Tamkin, Howard Horton, Louie Tsavaris, Atigelo Adams, and Frank I.onihardi. 5 □ur Champiuiiship Track Tcdiu I ' onrth Roii : ilt ' ft fo i-iiilii) Alhtrl . stu-. lOliiur Juik-s. Jii!in I),iltnM. Krwiti Chfster. Stanley Tamkin. (icorije Ciaiiipa, Kihvard O ' Doiiiull, J.uiu s . l iildU ton. Jciscpli Cuiildii. Alkn Hurley. Third Row. Urft to riiibt) Mintoii RilKik. Alfred lialerna, Jaiiie lladKe. I.eroy Davis. Arthur liraitliwaite. Alfred liartine. Artluu " Tidiiia. Louis Tsavaris. William .Nclsoti. Robert Jeitsoii. Lewis Prout. Second Row. {left to riiihl) Ciiacli J. Cliffiird Koiiau. .M r. diaries Huleiuati. Joseph Brown. Paul Peter. Albert I)i- Blasi. Kdward (Iriffith. Siiliiey .Scott, William O ' Keefe. .XuKelo Adams. Ronald Jenkins, l.utiis Walcott, (ierald D ' Alfouso. ( ' harks Daley. Head Master Walter I " . Downey. I ' ir. ' tt Rozv. (left to riiiht) (ierald Sliulinan. Kenneth Shawlis. Kdward Herni.in. Co-Captain Irvinj; T. Howe. Co-Captain Conrad Halfour. jolni Sylvester, Austin Koche, Robert Meanix. Se Jan. 14 — Interclass Meet. jaiL IS — ' MC " . Meet. Three rela ' teams defeated Cdnimcrce. Technieal, and Latin. Jan. 23 — Triangular Meet. Luij lish vs. Cdininerce vs. R(i. l)ur Menmrial. Won by I ' Jiglish — 206 ])()iiits. Jan. 25 — Xortheastern I ' niversits ' Interschnlastic .Meet. Wdn In Mngii h — 13! j ]M)ints. [an. 25 — Knights of Columbus Ciames (e eiiingi. Relay team defeated Coiii- meree, Technieal. and Latin. Midget rela ' team ran second to Latin. |an. 31 — (Juadrangular Meet. I ' ngiisli s. Technical vs. Latin vs. Ro.xhury Memorial. Wdn ])v Lnglish — 115 points. Feb. 6 — Quadrangular Meet. English vs. Technical v.s. IJoston Cdllege lligh vs. Trade. Won by Lnglish — 107 j oints. Feb. 8 — State Meet. Won by Engli.sh — IXy, points. R.A.A. Games (evening). Midget relay ran second to Latin. Feb. 12 — English won three firsts, a second, and a third place with hve teams entered. Feb. 13 — Xovice Meet. English hnished second to ' i echnical in a meet for novices. Feb. 28 — Quadrangular Meet. Latin vs. ICnglish s. Trade vs. Technical. Won by h ngiish — 134}4 points. Mar. 8 — Regimental Meet. W ' on by ICngiish — 70 points. Mar. 15 — Greater Boston Meet. Won by ICnglish — 49 4 points. April 19 — City of Lawrence Centennial Meet, ' on by English — 28 points. 86 Winners nf the Varsity E Angelo Adams Alljerl Ashe Alfred l alenia Conrad l. alfour ( C ' o-C ' aptain ) Edward Bernian Artliur Braithwaite George Cianipa Erwin Chester John Dalton Leroy Davis Albert Di Blasi Thomas Flaherty lulward Griffith lames Hodge Irving T. Howe (Co-Captain) Allan llnrley IClmer Jones Robert Aleanix James Middletoii Wilhelni Nelson Edward ( ) ' Donnell William ( ) ' Keefe Eouis I ' ront Alorton Rebak Anstin Roche Arnold Saklad Kenneth Shawlis Gerald Shulman John Sylvester Eonis Tsavaris Arthnr Tnhna The Blue and Blue Varsity Belay TGams of 1947 First Rozv, left to rii lit: Co-Captain IrviiiR T. Hnwc. Echvani l!t ' rmaii, I ' oriy Coiistas. Alliert DiHIasi. Second foil ' : Coach J. Clifford Ronaii, (ierald Shulman, Kenneth Shawlis. Erwin Chester. Lewis I ' ront. Tliird Ro ' lc: Robert Meaiiix, Wilhelm Nelson, Louis Tsavaris. Austin Roche. 87 Basketball Si-i-oiid Row. {left to right) Coach Arthur J. Sullivan, Ro ' iert A. Hudcler. Richard E. Dixon, Stephen A. Tarantino, Alfonse J. Luciano, Robert L. (iriffin. Joseph E. Rouney. William P. Fortune, Edward Opper, Head Master Walter F. Dovvnev. First Ruxv. {left to riaht) Cerald C. Keane, Alfred E. Jordan, Mario J. Dell ' orlano, Leonard Hersch, Samuel J. Ab- donore, Harold W. Babchyck, Allen Bernstein. Winners of the Varsity E Captain: Leonard ller.scli Rdlicrt 1.. (Griffin Maiuif cr: Robert A. Hudder Xlfred [ordaii .Samuel |. Ahdonore 11 i- u 1 1 r u 1 1 1 .erald C . Keane idarold V. Hai)chvck Allen Bern.stein " lulward ( )i)i)er Mario J. DeU ' Orfano Joseph E. Ruoney EiujlisJi 19 31 - 25 36 46 32 86 29 eaSon A Record ( ) pponcuts Dorchester 23 Roxhurv Memorial 36 Roslindale 21 Commerce 34 Trade 37 East Boston 34 Brandeis 18 Hyde Park 33 lliKjlisli 31 50 33 35 40 35 23 551 O ppoiicuts .South Boston 27 C ' harlestown 7 Technical 27 B. C " . High 27 Brighton 42 lamaica Plain 33 Latin 25 424 88 Hockfiy Iiiicjlisli 1 ) h h 1 1) 11 f j ' 1 ' 1 1 1 L i .l 5 Coniiiierce 1 4 Roxbury Memorial 5 3 Dorchester 1 1 Lawrence Academy 2 o Trade 1 1 Technical 7 2 Latin 3 18 20 Winners nf the Varsity E C ' df tiilii: Roberl Kelle} ' Mitmujcr: Alfred W ' eisberg Alan Bauer Walter C " ahill Alfred C ' rehan Dana Dohertv AYilliam Elliot William Francis Wilfred llynes William lenninas Joseph Lynch Thomas R-lara Leo McGonigle Thomas McGovern Richard iVlcGowan Patrick Morrissey William Muser hrancis Power |ohn Walsh Paul Ouirk Sccami Ro ' , - Ucft to rifiht) Cn|u-h lU-rnar,l I Kjlroy Alfred Wei.sberg. Paul A. Onuk. W,ll,an, C. Franci., Tl.on.a. liounev " ■ ' J- Sullivan, William V. Elliot, .|nh,7 K. Manly, Hoa.l . IasU v Walte. K. First Ro ' v. (left t„ yi iht) Alan H Hai.er, Alfred E. Crelian, Le„ F. McCloniyle, kdirrt W KelUv WiUrim E Ten- nin«s, Joseph A. Lynch. Joseph B. Milano, I ' atrick O. Morrissey. ' i " - " luiam t, Jen 89 Baseball Tliird Ruw: (left to riyht) John P. Karle. Daniel T. Brosnahan, .Manager George V. Ciampa, Richard A. Koury, Theo- dore U. Eisenstadt. (Kkyan Alanoogian. Second Ko-ai: (left to yujht) Head Master Walter F. Downey. Henry A. Young, Arthur Tuhna, Alan H. Bauer, Paul A. Quirk, Yale Altman. Joseph Lousararian, Coach Bernard J. Kihoy. Fhst Row. (left to ritiht ) Mario J. Dell ' Orfano, William J. Kelly. Andrew A. Allan, Law rence J. Prior. Howard F. King, Richard W. McCowan, VV ' illiam E, Jennings, Michael P. Mercadante 1947 Ite eciAon .1 l ecorJ IiiK lisli April 15 Brandeis .... 12 5 IS Ro.xhury ] [eni(irial 10 4 21 Commerce .... 9 3 23 Groton 14 7 25 Charlestuwn .... 7 4 28 Ea.st Boston .... 9 5 iVIay 5 Dorche.ster .... 4 3 7 Roslindale .... 9 Technical 12 Medford 13 Sonth Boston 16 Hyde Park .... 19 Trade 23 B. C. High .... 24 Lawrence Academy . 26 Jamaica Plain . 28 Latin 90 LOU TSAVARIS- UKE-PRESIDtNT- FOOTBALL (0-(ftT»T. wuos IN THE CLASS RbBlKOVITZ (OEDITORS IN-(HlEr or YEftRBOOK CONNIE BAVTOOK IRU HOWt TR CK BOB TEPSEN - PRESIDENT BOB Al LUClAHd TOOTB LL B SEBTflrLL Yv])l tcaiiuvdi-k (Idcs it, and the If in this case is tlif 125th Anni versarv broadcast of " The Cavalcade of luis lish llit;h. " We count on Air. William |. Hayes to direct all such ])resenta- tions, and he in arial)!y produces the very hest. Our -gratitude to Mr. Haves. Xo Mr. I ' .lack, to Mr. C onnell, and to the other faculty advisers of school acti it ' groups, ' i ' o the llo ■ who ;ive jjcnerously of their time and talents, we express our ajjpreciation. SCHOOL " ain ' t the (jinis nor aniuuncnt , Nor funds that they can pay, But the close cooperation. That makes them win the day. It ai)i ' t the indiz ' idiial , Xor the army as a lehole. But the ei ' erhistiiuj teami ' orlc of ci ' cry hlooinin ' soul. " J. Mason Knox. E R V I C Library Carps E. H. S. News Staff ChGmislry Club Discussion Club 96 Glee Club Class History The story of each member of this year ' s gradu- ating class, though worthy of recounting, is much too great considering our Hmitations of time and space. Therefore, I am telhng the story of all members by recounting the tale of one. He is tlie average boy who thinks of himself as above average. He is the person you would never recog- nize in a crowd. If you like him, it is l)ecause you can see your own qualities in him. His name is Rodney Glotz. In September, 1943, an innocent young Rodney, thirsting for knowledge, raced into the portals of the English High School. Here was the strf ng, vibrant material from which was to be made a cu ' cured high-school senior. Rodney and the other freshmen, except those ,ho had been freshmen the previous year, were confused by the building. Little did they know that their instructors would tell them where to go. The first few days Rodney met innumerable people. Rodney would walk around bumping into old friends, bumping into new friends, bumping into stone walls. But Rodney grew to love those stone walls. He grew to love the marble halls, the air conditioning, the elevators, the stained- glass windows, and the plush-covered nicotinic retreats. Rodney was quick to learn. He found that the word " freshman " is derived from ( excuse the ex- pression) the Latin: jrcslms, meaning fresh, and uiannus, meaning man. It was not long before he became acquainted with the various school pro- cedures, such as juvenile delinquency, class- cutting, absence, and many other simple, everyday student activities. He was beginning to acquire knowledge. He thrilled to the intricacies of alge- bra ; he spent hapjjy hours poring over his ancient history; the ineffable joys of a} io, aiims. aiiiaf were his ! Before he had scarcely become settled, two months had gone by. He was out in a stadium on a Thanksgiving morning, cheer- ing himself hoarse. Vhen he returned to school, he was al)le to swap stories as well as any professional about the size of his holiday dinner. From a consensus of his friends ' experiences he was able to derive something which he labeled Glotc ' formula. It read: " The sice of the Thanksgiving turkey is directly proportional to the stomachache derived from that turkey. " The remainder of his initial year passed kaleido- scopically. Things of note, which gave contrast to the usual routine were : A new popular song entiled " As Long As You ' re Not In Love With Anyone Else. Why Not Be Nice To Your Wife? " The formation of a new club, the S.P.C.S.S.I., or Society for the Prevention of Cruelty by Stu- dents to Sensitive Instructors. Then it was spring, when a young man ' s fancy turns to what a girl has been thinking about all winter, and Rodney bade goodbye to his ten- month home for a summer of freedom. II " A sophomore ! " thought Rodney, " That ' s Greek for ' wise Fool ' . " Rodney wasn ' t exactly sure which term fitted him. However, it was cer- tainly a far more experien ced and worldly person he had become. He looked with the tolerant con- tempt of an old master upon his new classmates, arrivals from other schools. Rodney was always read}- to assist these boys in any possible way. He helped them cut their lunch periods, and arranged that no one would discover the offense. He sold them elevator passes, to lighten the task of climbing to the fifth and sixth floors. Through these transactions. Rodney became also very adept at the fine art of running, when his associates began to find out some insignificant details. For instance : English has but three floors. On Thursday afternoon, Ajiril the twelfth. Rod- ney was in an especiall) ' happy state of mind. And why not ? Wasn ' t a vacation in the offing? Wasn ' t it a warm, sunny day (perfect for baseball ) ? He had no homework, either, because the following da y he and his company intended to take first award in the aimual prize drill. 98 Coming home, however, he was met by a friend who was shocked and excited: " Did you hear — ? " he said. Rodney was completely stunned. It just couldn ' t be true. But when he was home at liis radio, Rodney found out that it was. Frankhn D. Roosevelt had passed away that afternoon at Warm S])rings, ( Georgia. It was hard to believe. It still is, for Rodney. He knew that voice, face, and personality so well. The next morning, Rodney and twenty-five hundred others assembled in the huge Armory, and payed a few moments of silent tribute to a man as great as the country which loved him so deeply. But time, war, and school work do not pause long, and Rodney added along witli a list of axioms and Latin verbs, the name " Truman " to his vocabulary. On May the eighth he included the term " V-E Day. " There was no celebration, and Rodney did not rejoice in a half-completed task. He stood at attention in his homeroom while Taps echoed through otherwise silent corridors in honor of the men who had given man ' s most prec- ious gift to their own, tliougli in many cases not their native, land. A few days later, Rodney left the company of Cotter, Hogan, and Zallcii, to observe the behavior of another classmate who was acting strangely — that is, more strangely than usual. The lad was walking around the Iniilding, eyes searching in- tetitly, and neglecting to .si)eak to Ccorgc, Saul Adams, Cmnmings, or even BUI Jacobs. When he saw a piece of paj)er on a desk or floor, he would retrieve it, inspect it. and throw it away, sighing. " That ' s not it. " This behavior continued for days, and each time with the resulting comment, " That ' s not it. " Finally, a teacher cfiuld stand it no longer. " Glotz, " he quietly bellowed, " Why don ' t you, Bennan and Kritziiuni take this boy down to the doctor. Get rid of him ! " Shortly afterwards, the doctor was in possession of all information, and .said, " ObviousK-, the boy is unfit to carry on school work. 1 shall have to write him a release. " As soon as the release was signed, the boy jumped up, and, forcing Ccrsin and Grande out of his way, seized the i)aper. " That ' s it! " he cried. TIT .Still not fully recovered from ' -J Day, Rodney turned up as usual for his first year as an up])er classman. It was during this year that Rodney got his first taste of class elections. There were speeches, signs, bribes, and other democratic de- vices to help him decide for wh(jm to vote. He never found out for what. It was a furious strug- gle, boasting such slogans as " Don ' t Be a Schlep, Get Hep to Zepp " . A few boys were elected. A few were not. (Ed. Note. Here are those who were : Robert J . J cpsen, president ; Edzt ' ord F. Greer, vice-president ; and George F. Ciaiupa, sec- retary-treasurer. ) In the traditional football game, this year Rod- ney watched Latin achieve a colossal moral vic- tory — by tying English, nothing to nothing. Need- less to say, they needed the help of the weather man to do even that. It was raining the proverbial menagerie upon that scoreless day of mud and glory (mostly the former). Further on in the year a strange rumor was encountered, circulating about the school. It seemed that one of the major film com])anies was trying to gain permission to produce an epic l)ase(l on the locale of this institution. It was to have been titled either .III This .liid Cross Corridors, Too or Forever. Fnglish, n t the idea was aban- doned when the company refused to make the pic- ture in .shades of light and dark blue. Later came an adventitious day of haijjjiness in Rodney ' s life. It was the faculty ' s annual tea, where, once a year, every teacher surrounded three or four cups of the most potent tea any upstanding Boston man should drink, and generally had a jolly, uninhibited, and hilariou.sly dull afternoon. Rodney and two others were designated as Tea Tasters. The job of a Tea Taster was to taste tea. If there was any foreign or poisonous matter in the tea, the Tea Taster would show it by drop- ])ing dead. If not, the facult - were able to enjoy themselves to their heart ' s content by imbibing the nectarian beverage. It is not for me to men- lion here whether any attempt was made to tamper with the tea. Howeyer, when they revived Rod- ney, two .stomach pumjis and a pullmotor were useless from overwork. W hen he linalh ' oi)ened his eyes, Rodney ' s tirst words were, " ( )ne lump or two? " 99 But his recovery was in time for tlie l)iggest celebration that liis scliooi had ever liad. Ahna mater, tried and true, was one hunch ' ed and t vent -tive vears old. I ,ike all j reat ladies, the oldest hi,i;h school in the I ' nited States l)ore her age well. There was a ])arade that da -, and after- wards English severely defeated l.atin in their animal baseball game. It was a superb way to chmax the observance. IV A .Senior! This was the year when Rodney and many others found out that C 4Br was no! a new type of vitamin. He learned that a s ' nw was not something which hung outside a dentist ' s office, and that one couldn ' t get rid of loi s by chopping them down, or burning them. The classic lines : ( )h, how 1 weary Of the electronic Theory were hrst on the poetry list of every senior. At election time, an unforeseen event occurred. A gentleman named Kilroy was almost unani- mousl - elected to all oflices. lie was therefore asked to a])])ear at the Head Master ' s office. W hen the a])])ointe(l time came, however, Kilroy was not there, and so the offiicers became by de- fault : Robert J. Jcpscii. jjresident ; f.oiiis J. Tsu- 2 ' aris. ice-])resident : and W iHiain h ' . Miiscr. sec- retary-treasurer : uluilas Lrinbd and Cicurge { ' . Kciiiivally. members of the e.xecutive C( munUlc-e. I)urnig this ear a new series of awards was inaugurated. This number of prizes were given by the Kanter Memorial Fund as follows: To Charles fciiii. the Boy Most Likely to Make Uis Mark in lite World, was |)re ented a piece of chalk. To Leonard Harris went two awards of merit, b ' or being I ' lie Most Hrilliaiit Hoy in H.H.S.. he was given a ])air of sunglasses. He also received the prize for being Llie Most Forgettable Cliarac- ter I ' ve -l c . JUNIOR CL.ASS OFinCKRS OF THE CI.A.S.S OK 1947. Stamiiiui. left to ruilil: C.eorge V. Kcnne.illy. e.xeciuive commitii-t.- iiitniher; Edward F. (ircer, vice-president; and William . luser, executive cummittee member. •S ' (■» (•( : Rdhert J. Jepven, president ; and on his left, (leorije K. C ' ianipa, secretary-treasurer. lOO One great November da) ' , twenty-two thousand people assembled to watch Blue Lightning in the form of men like Tsavaris, Baljoitr, Balcnia, Lu- ciano, and Ciaiiipa strike Latin School to the tune of nineteen to nothing. The turkeys cheered (if they doj long and loud for the Lnglish eleven that morning. Following triumphantly in the wake of the vic- tory a new school publication was launched, The E.H.S. Netvs. This magazine was conceived in Room 354 and dedicated U) the proposition that all students are created e(|ual, and are endowed with certain inalienable rights, such as : to buy publica- tions like the E.H.S. Nczcs. Tailored for the higher, more intellectual mentality, the Nnvs met with immediate success. However, this success was not achieved l)y magic. Much hard, grueling work was put in by the Nczvs stafY, who remained night after night, always persevering with the job at hand. Far into the evenings their lights burned, and the silence was broken only when someone exclaimed, " Cut for dealer, " or " Give me three. " The advent of the Prom fell upon Rodney like a ton of bricks. And, strangely enough, carrying a ton of bricks was about the only thing that Rod- ney did not do in preparation for the Prom. It was Rodney ' s first formal, and he worked feverish- ly, arranging for flowers, tuxedo, and transporta- tion. After mortgaging his body and soul for the use of the back of a friend ' s car ( which meant that Rod was to do tzvo chemistry homelessons a night, instead of one ) , there was naught left but to await the date. When The Evening arrived, Rodney had a nominal amount of trouble getting attired. (In fact he became very tired, getting attired.) He fumed and struggled with the most obstinate collar-button and studs ever conceived by the mind of man. Yet when the smoke of battle cleared away, he looked very well indeed, with his built-in shoulders and muscles ; and, most important, he didn ' t feel one bit foolish. When he called for his fciiinie fatale. Regina, she looked better than he had hoped. From then on, they were lost in a maelstrom-like evening of lights and music. When it was all over, and he was dropping his head upon the pillow, Rodney realized what his elder rela- tives had meant by the " joys of growing up. " Days later, Rodney entered hi.s ■luchlgchaude to find a new variety of signs ])osted. They bore the crytic letters: .l. I.J ' .E.S. His curiosity aroused, Rodney tried to s])cll il backwards; it then read : S.E.f.B..}., which meant even less than if it were spelled frontwards. ( )thcrs were like- wise trying to decipher the letters. Barron nar- rowly averted fracturing the stone floor, when lie fell from one of the lighting fixtures, landing on his head. He had been endeavoring to .sj)ell the letters upside down, assisted by Ford and Zurrozc. At length, the secret was revealed. The signs heralded the opening of a new advertising cam- paign for class dues: .l.B.F.E.S. meant: A Buck Emm Every Senior. It should not be thought, however, that the advertising constituted the com- plete drive. Many tireless workers labored on be- half of this cause ; there were many casualties. Rodney was approached by a nervous dues col- lector, who rather tremulously in{|uired whether he would like to pay his dues. When Rodney re- plied, " Yes! " the lad fainted, from sheer sur- prise. The majority of agents, though, were not so timid ; and each had his personal method of extracting the required pound of flesh as painless- ly as possible. Some, like Mitso ' . owned a pack of African hunting dogs, with which they would track down their (juarry. Many merely used whips. Some- times it took days, often weeks. But these in- trepid men attained their objective, no matter what the odds ; always they strove on, never tiring never faltering, a credit to the spirit of the Northwest Mounted. One of the unsung heroes of the class is the man responsible for this remark. It was rejiort card day, and above the feeling of gloominess which pervaded the building, a cheery voice rose above the lamenting voices. " Why should I feel sad? " he said. " Didn ' t 1 get my letter today in German ? " That same afternoon, in passing a classroom, Rodney heard the voice of an instructor sav this: " Now, boys, here ' s all you have to do. (hi that ])a])er which has been handed to you. finish the sentence T use the subjunctive, because — ' in fifty words or less, and pass that i)aiier in to me. lOI You each will receive, absolutely free and at no cost to you, a beautiful, hand-inscribed mark in my record book. " Also in passing, he heard Mr. Eccles admonish- ing his stafYs of the Record and Yearbook: " Re- member, either you turn in those articles and stories, or I ' ll take back your pictures of Joseph Pulitzer. " It hardly seemed a week after the day when Mr. Coughlin ' s classes were excused from home- work (because he was chosen a Man of Distinc- tion) that Rodney and about thirty-score others stood in Tremont Temple for graduating exer- cises. It is said that as a man drowns, his entire life passes before his field of vision. I do not know whether this is true ; I do know that as Rodney stood waiting to receive his diploma, he recalled many things about the four years he had spent in the place he had called in his lighter moments " Montgomery Manor. " This is what he remembered : Rodney remembered the young men who watched the ninteen forty-five Latin game in the rain. He remembered a distinguished, white- haired man who was Head Master and big brother to all of us. He thought of the scramble for hot dogs in the lunchroom, the crowded street cars, the homelessons done, the marks received, the class that was cut (quite accidentally, of course). He remembered drill and masscal, the time your company won a prize, and the time your company didn ' t win a prize. He remembered Mr. Thomas G. Eccles for a special, literary reason. And aside from the baseball, football, basket- ball, and hockey talk; and besides the eagerness to leave school each day, and yet the reluctance to leave on the final da}-, Rodney remembered some- thing more important. And that is you, his class- mate. For you ARE The English High School, Boston, Massachusetts. ShAM.M KAXTf:R. Class Historian. Our English High, our English High, How proudly here you stand. Through civil strife, through war and peace Symbolic of our land ! O English High! O English High! Our thanks for all you ' ve done. As on this day we graduate, We thank you, every one. No faults shall ever tarnish ' our glorious banner blue ; So proudlv i)orne on shoulder strong By boys of honor true. O English High! O English High! Proclaim it far! Wmv fame Forever through ages yet to come — Your everlasting name ! O time! O years! " ' ou cannot dim The mem ' ries left behind; ( )ur Alma Mater, English High, A beacon to all mankind. O English High! O English High! Your honor ' s great and true — Your standard ' s proudl} ' flying — - Our banner Blue and Blue ! Bv D.wiL) TaveL 1 02 Cruising the Carridnrs After a rather lengthy ahsence due to wartime shortages, manpower jjrohlems, etc., your " Cruising " reporter has finally gathered enough strength to publish a " Cruising the Ccjrridors. " (I suppose after you read this article y(JU wished he never did Hnd tlie sirengtn. note) . . . For a cruising vehicle, 1 thnik 1 will use Bob O ' Leary ' s new car. Yes, McGowan, the roof is now tied on. . . . Notice on the bulletin bc ard : " To all swimming and diving champs: Meeting at the North l ide cross-corridor, the ne.xt rainy day. Canoe and boats will be i)rovided. " . . . Mike MacKinnon still claims to have seen tlie statue on the North Side, first-floor corridor wink at Miss Kelly. . . . Jacohson likes his colYee from the .store across the street, but Mr. Ward doesn ' t let him get any. Reason : Jacohson claims it always tastes better if you get it during classes. . . . Comment on Washwell ' s maddening experiment with hydrogen will have to wait until the chemists return to earth. See, Manuel, I told you I ' d use it. . . . 1 see where Francis Weiss has made the first-string chess team this year. Good work, son, we ' re proud of you. . . . From the looks of it, 1 guess the Prom tickets didn ' t sell too well. For two solid periods John Musante and Bill Muser, ticket scali)ers, were trying to get the statue on the South Side to buy a pair. ... So Mario Dell-Orfano was elected football captain for ' 47. (jood luck, Mario. . . . Since Lou Tsavaris gets his name on every other i)age in this yearbook, we ' ve resolved not to use it here. All right, Jepsen, you may take the knife out of my back, I promise to say something nice about you. ... To Boh Gersin should go the title of the best-dressed fellow in the school. (He must be out to snag a girl ). . . . Stan Tanikin may be seen resting, while stand- ing, during any fifth-period drill block. He jusc places his hand on the top of the head of any member of his pony company. It just fits, and it ' s very comfortable, he says. . . . I ' d like to mangle the character who told Tsavaris (Some resolution, it lasted exactly .seven minutes, thirty-two seconds) who R. P. is. Anybody got any clues? . . . Jackson Shine leaves to join the Foreign Legion. Not enough ])eace an 1 quiet around here. . . . Joe Risser, the pilot of the class, may be seen talking to anyone who will listen on the finer points of flying. . . . The following is a li.st of the pupils who cut the last period: Well, if you ' re willing to jnit up that much money, I ' ll keep your secret. Sorry, Br, but the temptation is too great. . . . Leo C. Prior, who asked the C for Ca.sanova, be inserted, is certainly living up to his middle name, if rumors from the wealthy town are to be believed. . . . Some day if you want a surprise, ask Schoicket if he has a i air of tan pants. . . . Found out who Dick, Tek, and Gerry are, but darned if I ' ll give them the satisfaction of putting their names in this column. . . . AI Crelian, the man with the pipe, certainly makes the " fohnnykins " of " Margie " look like a second-hand flat tire. . . . Lou Petrillo alias " Kid Chlorine " — " One whifY and you ' re out " . . . . Benjamin Zelnian: " Drink! " said the mad scienti.st, holding out the bottle of H-SO ' . . . . You know, some day I ' m going to ask Billy Tructman what he eats to make his hair so curly. . . . Andy Allen in the telephone booth: " Number? heck, I want peanuts! " . . . . From Mr. Golthwaite ' s golden glossary of gleeful gleamings comes the " Mark of zarro " for Gerry Zarrow. . . . Bet you don ' t know what the first and last names in the catalogue are. Nope, you ' re wrong it ' s Ahhasciano and Zwirhle. . . . Lou Rotondi: " Got your math " . . . . Fver try to borrow a car check from Herb Slavinsky. If you do, you ' d better have a pencil with you because you ' ll have to sign a receipt for it. . . . Mr. Brown to Spillane: What ' s the name for NaOH ? Spillane: " 1 have it right on the tip of my tongue. " Mr. Brown: " Well, you better spit it out, it ' s concentrated Ive. (Hold it! don ' t shoot. 1 know it ' s old, but a guy has to fill up space somehow, vou know). . . . I understand George Ciampa an d " Butch " Rossi had a little trouble with the elements (snow, that is) at last year ' s prom. ... R. A. Rosenherg, Fsquire, has announced that his stav in the Montgomery Manor will officially terminate this June. (Optimistic character, isn ' t he?). ... I wonder if anyone has tried to tear oft ' the top of his homeroom as re(|ue.sted in the final installment of S. Kanler ' ' s thrilling mysterv of last year. . . . According to Ec the last pigeon has been driven out of the Record office. Good, now those staunch members of the Record . taft ' will have somewheres to hide when the next issue of the Record comes out. . . . Who ' s been teaching fre.shmen to knock on doors before they enter. Very disturbing innneiice. . . . Ed Berman is so fast, he gets to school five minutes before he starts. ... 1 wonder if Bernie Slot- nick has collected that deuce from the duke yet.. Keej) trying. Slot. . . . Before I forget it, a load of thanks to Al Weisherg, Sid Milgram, and the Boys of F41 and K47 Fc for their in- valuable (I ' m not sure what this means, but I hope it ' s the right word) assistance, and as the penniless beggar .said in his will, I leave, period. Cheerio! By S. R. 10- Last Will and Testament tlie Class of 1947 We, the class of 1947 of llie English Tligh School in the City of P)Oston, County of Suffolk, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the tenth day of March in the year of our Lord Xineteen Hundred and Forty-seven, being or soiuid mind ( and body, (thanks to Ronan, Sullivan, Kilroy, and Sullivan, Inc.), herehv d i solemnly swear this to he our last will and testament, revoking all others made heretofore; and we do set here unto our hand and seal. Wringing the water from otu " sock after wading through the cellar, (it rained last week ), and shaking the sal ammoniac (which precipitated in the chemistry lah ) from iiur clothes, we, (mainly because every other class before us has done it) think it only fair and just to leave more than just fond memories of us floating around in the smoke rooms. (C -|- O- »)» CO-j Tf) the hallowed halls of Montgomery Manor, from atoj) which many a heroic stand was made against the Indians of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, we leave we leave we leave. To Mr. Downev, we leave our perpetual thanks for the indulgence he has shown us alter our numi-rous esiapades. We also a])])reciate the uilerest he has .shown in our affairs. To Mr. l-!rown, we leave the ho])e of lniall ' ca])turing the ])yromaniat- who malii ' ioush ' ignited the red phosp horus on the Inst floor — south side. To Mr. .Scbeffv, we leave our gralilnde for a lifetime of service to b ' .IT.S. To Mr. Doc bra ier, we lea f an electromagnet with which to extract the ex. ' ict amounts for class dues, ( senior and junior ) . ahimm dues, yearbook payments, , ' ind costs for class rings .and pronis from the more parsnuonious seniors. To Mr. ( )iMnn, we leave an indexed tile (not containing the kitchen sink) to be constanth ' at his lingertips, and the reminder that he is no longer a member of the educational staff at our .ainiex located on l.imis I ' asteur . enue. To Mr. W ' eU-h, we lea e a loud born bl.iring foitii the ;innonncemeins ol his ga elle like jaunts between the olVice and the library. To Mr. Welch we leave our thanks for all the line work he has clone for the school. We .also le.ave him a lle.ad Master ' s ])aton. To the School toiumittee, we leave ;i bill on behalf of Mr. Kccles (totaling God knows bow much) for all the linie-and a-half diu him. 104 To Colonel Driscoll, we leave the heartfelt thanks of each and every senior for the most enjoyable assembly we attended during our four-year sojourn at the Montgomery Manor. (A real tribute!) To Mr. Hill, we leave one senior who, during his spare moments will turn to German instead of math, chemistry, or other sundry subjects (namely, " Police Gazette, " funny books, etc. ) To Miss Kelly, we leave a few more handsome men to replenish her de])leted (after we graduate this year) library corps. To Mr. Gii¥ord, we leave a inipil who will work for " neatnesh and legibility " and who will " shpeak dishtinclly in his oral reshitashions. " To Mr. Coughlin we leave our thanks for his zeal as teacher and as head of department, in bringing to us, his ])upils, the literary treasures of a rich heritage. We also leave him the American Ijeauties of Roslindale. To Mr. Foley, we leave a balloon-tire scooter with which to ease the burden of his daily promenades to and from school. To Mr. Card, we leave a new smock complete with a built-in test-tube holder. To Mr. Adams, we leave an overhead passage so " those nasty little boys " won ' t dash through his room any more. To Mr. Atvvood, we leave a briar pipe and a ready-made school program. To Mr. Barber, we leave a chaise lougue in the library so he will be comfortable during his fifth-period academic activities. To Mr. Connell, a new pair of ears to replace the band battered ones he now uses to support his illustrious cap. To Mr. Chic Evans, we leave our " Dear Boy. " To Mr. Goldthwaite, we leave a campfire girl ' s guide to quick-cooked meals. To Mr. Traniello, we leave a re (no we l)etter not, he might get angry ). To Mr. Bob Evans, we leave a choir of golden voices with which to further his instruction in the romance languages. We did it, Richard; now open the d(3or ! Makers uj 11 ' ills and ' I cstaiiwiits Robert P. Gersin . xi) Samuel Ruiu.xovitz I Seal I .Xttested by William TRrfTNr.vx. 105 1947 To the Tune of " Hail Holy Cross 1 Dear Alma Mater, So fond and true, All thru the years we ' ll (jive our best to you — : Thy faith our model, In thee our pride, Down life ' s long highway, Thou wilt he our guide. II Farewell, dear l Lnglish, Xow we depart. Left with th ' mem ' ries Close within our heart. In days to follow. We ' ll all he true To oiu " old Alma Alater, l-)lue and Pilue. Berj a. Zamkochiax, Pianist 1 06 ALMA 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. 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