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

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f THE RECORD for 1348 EDITORIAL BOARD KENNETH GOLDSTEIN, ' 48, Chairman MALCOLM J. ARTH, ' 48 LEON J. ATAMIAN, ' 48 PETER S. CAPERNAROS, ' 48 ALAN M. ELKINS, ' 48 JOSEPH L. GOLDEN, ' 48 CHARLES V. KASPARIAN, ' 48 GEORGE H. KOULOURIOTIS, ' 48 SYDNEY W. SHIFFMAN, ' 48 ART EDITOR FRANCIS A. McWADE, ' 48 BUSINESS MANAGER MITCHELL G. SELIG, ' 48 FACULTY ADVISERS THOMAS G. ECCLES, Editorial FRANCIS P. GLAVIN, Business THE RECORD A SENIOR CLASS PUBLICATION WALTER F. DOWNEY, A. B., Ed. M.. L. H. D. Our —JJeuJ Wader A leader in his profession . . . An exemplar of true Americanism . . . Understandiny yuide of our youth . . . DEDICATION Masters Emeriti Retiring tiiis June after having devoted their long and fruitful careers to the boys of E. H. S. J. Albert Brack Master, German Department Edward J. Connell Master, Commercial Department and Director of the English High School Military Band TD THEM DUR LIFELONG RESPECT AND GRATITUDE THE CHALLtl bi: CjniduateS 1948: Today seemed so for ahead, three or four years ago. Yet here it is — graduation, or is it commencement, — call it what you like. I think, perhaps, commencement is better, for now your real career is beginning. If you will reflect for a moment on the training you hove had in this school, you will con- clude that that which has helped you most has been self-training. The instructors have sought to teach you how to learn, but the learning must be done by you. This will be true during life. Your education will never cease. Regardless of age, there is always much for us to learn. Observation, analysis, interpretation — we must use them always for our own good and that of others. If we do this, we shall not follow false guides. Look forward — not backward. Life is alluring and challenging. Do not fear it. Welcome it as a means of service to God and to mankirid. A selfish life is sure to become on unhappy one; — thoughtf ulness of others is the bosis of true happiness. Wherever you go, my vital interest will follow you. Each of you is a graduate of the oldest and one of the greatest of American secondary schools. It is a school that is very proud of its alumni body. Conspicuously among ail high school graduates, every E. H. S. alumnus retains a personal loyalty to his school. This loyalty is deserved, for as you reflect upon your high school experience you will find that in English High School the highest ideals of American democracy have been in effect always. Do not forget the wording on our Memorial tablet in honor of the E. H. S. boys of World War II: — MAY GOD BLESS THEM AND EACH ONE OF YOU. 1 1 E. H. 5. ACCLAIMS liCH SDNS From many lands their forbears come in search of freedom. In its defense they fought, — many died. God grant that their sacrifices may make stronger the bonds which unite all mankind. " Head Master Presenting . . . The Class of 1948 Cadet Officers of ttie Year Extra-Cnrricnlar Activities CLASS snivG AIR: " BRAHMS ' LULLABY " Let us sing out our praise Of the school we love dear With our voices raised on high So that all men might hear. English High through the years Where ' er we may stray Our allegiance to you Time can never decoy Dear old flag, blue and blue Now the time comes to part But we never can forget All the mem ' ries in our heart. Alma Mater, should you coll To your sons for and wide We will hear, one and all We will come to your side JOSEPH L. GOLDEN, ' 48 CLASS OF Jp l .M.M. JJ. W■WiW■! W . ■ ■ ■ J■ . ' ■ ' ■ A A . FORTY-EIGHT Graduation Address As delivered at Tremont Temple TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1948 by our Class President Dr. Downey, Mr. School Committeeman, Ladies end Gentlemen: We of the Class of ' 48 welcome you to our graduation exercises. We welcome especi- ally our parents, who have sacrificed so much that we might acquire a good education. We hope to prove by our future actions that we are worthy of the sacrifices they have made. At this point, we of the Class of ' 48 wish to thank the people of the City of Boston for the education that they have mode possible, thus giving us the opportunity to attend a higher institution of learning. We also wish to thank our hard-working headmaster. Dr. Walter F. Downey, and the members of the faculty for their untiring efforts on our behalf. Now that we are graduat- ing, we can look back upon the past school year with an open mind, and admire the patience and hard work of our instructors. Graduation will not put an end to our association with English High. No other high school in the country con boast of the loyalty which the alumni of our school have shown toward their clmo mater. I am sure that we of the Class of 1948 will follow in the foot- steps of the many classes that hove gone before since far bock in 1821. Although the long hard year has ended, and the day of graduation for us Seniors has at last orrived, we of the Class of ' 48 feel a sense of loss, for we have spent the happiest days of our lives ot English High. The friendships we have made in the past few years will never be forgotten, ond will be renewed at each class reunion. I want to thank you, my classmotes, for electing me your President. It ' s the greatest honor you could confer upon me, and I hope that I ' ve proved myself worthy of your trust, because I think you ' re the finest group of fellows I ' ve ever known. In conclusion, I wish every one of you of the Class of ' 48 success in the future which you are planning. Always be mindful of the fact that you are English High men, and re- member the motto of your school, " Be Clean, Be Courteous, Be Square. " Until our first reunion, goodby, and good luck to all. PETER S. CAPERNAROS, President of the Class of 1948 Class Essay (Awarded the John Bouve Clapp Prize for Profic ' .ency in English) By SIDNEY SHIFFMAN, ' 48 To attempt to define the strife and miseries of the world, to essay to declare a code of redeeming morals, to try to point out a path leading to universal happiness is for beyond my power. I have pondered much, however, on the widespread enigma of human suffering, and the following are some of my thoughts: The condition of the world today is a direct reflection on the moral insufficiency and pusillanimity of mankind, a mankind that has been nurtured on the odious, pernicious fruits of hatred, selfishness, and mental slothfulness. In almost every noble aim of life, preceding generations have failed to assume the responsibilities of mankind. They have failed because of their indifference, fear, and inability to make reason dominate their bestial passions. It is for our generation to decide whether this shameful practice will continue. If it does, we shall run the risk of invoking upon ourselves the eternal curse of our descendants. If, on the other hand, we are stouthearted enough to say that it will not continue, we must then care- fully make a choice as to which of two methods shall be used to end it. We may blindly provoke a world shattering conflict in which rocket-guided missiles, charged with atomic bombs or loathsome bacteria, will painfully end all human contentions, dreams, and ambitions. In this manner, mass suicide will forever terminate the infamous history of man ' s failure to understand man. As the other alternative, we may take complete possession of the intellect which God has given us, and exercising it to the utmost, construct a new and better civilization. " But, " you may ask, " with what shall we build our Utopia? Other civilizations, based upon prin- ciples of time-proven soundness, have crumpled away or have become dilapidated! " The answer itself is extremely simple, but its application is herculean. Throughout the ages, philosophers, writers, and statesmen hove added to the immense stock of feasible plans for the sensible, benevolent governing of the earth. From the Bible to Mohondis Ghandi, from Homer to Edgar Guest, from Plato to Karl Marx we may glean a myriad of ideas capable of being put into practical use. Our only task is to have the patience, the perseverance, and the wisdom to unearth and select from this abundant stock- pile those precepts and philosophies which will furnish the millenium that humanity is crying Yet, we must remember that the excellence of bricks will not insure the durability of a wall; an excellent cement is also needed. Thus our new civilization must be held together by the cement of love — not a banal " brotherly " love, but an affection that will approach the intensity of self-love. for. CLASS OFFICERS Seated are President, Peter S. Capernaros, and Vice-President George H. Koulouriotis Standing are Thomas A. Chisholm, Executive Committee member Treasurer; and Nashan Tii i|ian, Executive Committee Member ; John R. Ferris, Secretary- COMMITTEE Sitting ore Chairman John R. Hardv and Charles Kasparian Standing are Patrick A. Coggio, Robert E. Francis, Perry A. Constas, Gerald F. Holland, Edward A. Sweeney and William L. Lombardo ROBERT D. ABBOTT Bob 32 Park Vale Avenue, Allston School: William Howard Taft Honor Averages: LI, L2, M2, M3, P3, E3, H3, H4, HI Activities: Patrol 2, 3; 1st Lienten ant STANLEY ABRAMS Stan 85 Chambers Street, Boston School: William Blockstone Honor Averages: H3, P3, D6 Activities: Patrol 3; Room Coun- cillor 2; Record Representative 2 ANGELO A. ADAMS Ace 174 M Street, South Boston School: Oliver Hazard Perry Activities: Junior Varsity 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Midget Relay 1 RICHARD A. ADELL Dick 43 Milwood Road, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Activities: Football 2 BENJAMIN ALBA 16 Hole Street, Boston School: St. John ' s N. E. Honor Averages: H6, M2, K2, B3 VINCENT ALBANESE Vinnic 15 N, Anderson Sircet, Boston School: William Blarkstone Activities: Banrl A JOHN F. ALLEN Johnny 36 Perthshire Road, Brighton School: Presentation Honor Averages: El, E3, L2, Gl, P3, DI, D2 Arlivities 1st Lieutenant YALE ALTMAN Harvard 62 GlenviLe Avenue, Allston School: Wil.iam Howard Toft Honor Averages: H4, F2, LI, HI Activities: Baseball 2, 3; Basket- ball 3 LOUIS J. AMARU Louie 94 Everett Street, East Boston School: Mt. Carmel Honor Averages: El, LI, E3, 12 Activities: Patrol 4 ARTHUR ANDERSON 31 Orchard Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: LI, M2, PI Activities: Patrol 2; Band 1 ROBERT H. ARAFE Bob 71 Elm Hill Avenue, Roxbury School: Public Latin School and Bordentown Military Institute, New Jersey LOUIS ARCADIPANE Arkie 1 Unity Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Honor Averages: 82 ROBERT J. ARMSTRONG Bob 96 Bynner Street, Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Honor Averages: E2, H3, SI, Kl LEONARD J. ARONSON Lenny 1 36 Hazelton Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, F2, F3, G2, M3, PI, P3 Activities: Yeorbook Staff 4, Ad- vertising Staff 4; Vice-President Camera Club; Secretory-Treas- urer Discussion Club; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Lieuten- ant NORMAN L. ARONSON Normy 24 Theodore Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E3, M3 PAUL ARONSON Peewee 8 Stanwood Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E2, H3, S2, M6, B2, K2 Activities: Discussion Club MALCOLM J. ARTH Art 22 Murray Hill Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averoges: E2, E3, H3, F2 Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Discussion Club LEON J. ATAMIAN Lee 43 Pleasant Hill Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages E2, E3, F3, H4, Gl, G2, M2, M3 Activities: Yearbook Circulotion 4; Room Councillor 4 HAROLD W. BABCHYCK Chick 647 Morton Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averoges: Gl Activities: Patrol 4; Basketball 2, EDWARD F. BAKER Ed 278 Lexington Street, E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Honor Averages: K2, Kl Activities: Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4 LAWRENCE W. BAKER Bake 46 Payson Avenue, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Activities: Orchestra 2 SAMUEL J. BALLERINI Sam 7 Marlowe Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Honor Averages: E3, LI, M2 Activities: Track 3 ALFRED G. BARNET Clem 143 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E2, E3, FI, ,F2, M2, M3, Dl, P3 Activities: Captain Track 2 HAROLD E. BARRON, JR. Hal 21 Monadnock Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Honor Averages: Ml, E3, G2, P3, M2 JOHN J. BARRY Jocko 7 Dawes Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Honor Averages: M2, B2, 83 PI, K2 Activities: Off ice Aide 4; 1st Lieu- tenant, Library Corps 4 ALAN H. BAUEft Al 65 Mozart Street, Jamaica Plain School: Public Latin School, 7, 8, 9 Honor Averages: E2, E3, Fl, F2, Gl, G2, M2, M3, P3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Patrol 4; Room Coun- cillor 3; Captain, Basetiall 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4 LAWRENCE J. BECK Swifty 10 Elizabeth Street, Mottapan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E3, H3, G2, H4 BERNARD BECKER Bernie 360 Harrison Avenue, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: 83, Ql Activities: Patrol 4; Room Coun cillor 2; Staff Captain CARMELO A. BELLAVIA Cal 153 Richmond Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, II, M2, Dl, H3, Gl, H4, 13 Activities: Lieutenant STANLEY M. BELLO Stan 18 Johnston Road, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: Fl Activities: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, BRUCE K. BENANDER 119 Warren Street, Boston School: Plainville Jr. High Activities: Potrol 4; Lieutenant GAETANO A. BENINATI Guy 23 1-2 Charter Street, Boston School: Public Latin Honor Averages: E3, H3, Gl, M3 VINCENT J. BENINATI Vin 32 Princeton Street, E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4, L2, F3, Gl, M2, M3 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4 BERTRAM BERGER Sonny 21 Michigan Avenue, Dorchester School: Chelsea Junior High Honor Averages: Gl, PI Activities: Office Aide 4; Bond 3; Lieutenant ALAN E. BERQUIST Slick 29 Virginia Street, Dorchester School; Edward Everett Honor Averages: H2, Dl; Activities: Patrol 4 JL " tit. MALCOLM BERMAN Babe 31 Mora Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4 Activities: Patrol 4 RICHARD H. BILODEAU 62 Allen Street, Boston School: Wllllom Blackstone Honor Averages: All subjects 4 DAVID BINCH Dave 76 Hatchings Street, Dorchester School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: E2, E3, Fl, F2, Gl, G2, Ml, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Captain Track 3 Letter; Library Corps 4 GORDON C. BLAIR 45 Beacon St., Boston School: In Californin Honor Averages: H2, H3, SI, S2, Ml, Dl Activities: Camera Club; Patrol 1; Drum and Bugle 1, 2; Lieuten- ant; Tennis 1 ROBERT E. BLAIR Bob 16 Watermon Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: M2, F2, E3 Activities: Patrol 1; Sergeant WILLIAM D. BLAKE Denny 35 Burbank Road, Medford School: Public Latin Honor Averages: L3, F), M3 Activities: Patrol I, Room Council- lor I; Sergeant; Baseball 2; Foot- ball 3; Hockey 4; Track 4; GERALD B. BLANK Jerry 41 Angel! Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, F2, Gl, PI, P3 Activities: Patrol 3 RAYMOND N. BLIGH Ray 26 Cedrus Avenue, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: H3, DI, D2, H4, H2 Activities: Science Club; Patrol 4; Office Aide 3 HAROLD D. BLOOM Hal 35 Fabyan Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, L4, F2, M2, PI Activities: 3, 4; Secretary 4; Patrol 2, 4; Lieutenant MAX L. BLOOMFIELD Skeeter 39 Mt. Bowdoin Ter., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: PI, B2, K2 Activities: Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4; Track 2 CHARLES M. BOISSIERE, JR. Charlie 1 09 Queensberry Street, Boston School: Prince Honor Averages: FI, LI, L2, F2, Dl, HI, Ml; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Patrol 1 STEPHEN W. BOSCO, JR. Steve 134 Prince Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Honor Averages: E6, II, PI, 82, B3, K2, K3, SI, B4, B6, E8, 52, H5 , ctlvltles: Captain ROCCO A. BOTTA Rocky 213 Hanover Street, Boston School: Calvin Coolidge Activities: Band 3 LEO J. BOTTARI Bat 22 E. Springfield Street, Boston School: Dearborn JAMES H. BOYD, JR. Duke 101 Union Park Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Patrol 1; Room Athletic Coun- cilor 1; Corporal; Basketball 1 ROBERT G. BOYD Bob 736 East Sixth Street, S. Boston School: Nazareth Honor Averages: E2, E3, FI, G3, Ml, M2, M3, PI, P3, D1, HI, H4 Activities: Captain JOSEPH J. BRACCIA Jay 34 Havre Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Honor Averages: E2, SI, S2 Activities: Office Aide 4, 1st Lieutenant WILLIAM T. BREEN Bill 3 West Cottage Street, Dorchester School: Hugh O ' Brien Honor Averages: H2 HERBERT D. BRODY Herb 356 Harvard Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, L2, L3, M2, M3, PI, P3; uuwrence Prize in M2 Activities: Patrol 3, ' t. Office Aide 3; Captain, Golf 3 DANIEL T. BROSNAHAN Bros 15 Way ' and Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Activities: Baseboll 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 4 IRVING W. BROWN Brownie 16 Stonwood Street, Roxbury School: Public Latin Honor Averages: H2, M2, PI ROBERT N. BROWN Bulkhead 27 Pleasant Street, Chorlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Honor Averages: H2, M2 Activities: Band 2, Drum and Bugle 1; Drum and Fife 1 STANLEY B. BROWN Brashky 31 Michigan Avenue, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell HENRY J. BROWNE Brownie 12 Eastburne Street, Brighton School: St. Columbkille ' s Activities: Band 1 ANTHONY BRUZON Tony 43 Robinwood Street, Jamoica Plain School: In Florida Honor Averages: S3, M3 JOSEPH E. BUCKLEY Joe 1058 Washington St., Dorchester School: Boston College High Honor Averages: E2, E3, Fl, Ml Activities: Patrol 3, 4 THOMAS M. BUSHLOW Bush 264 West Fifth Street, S. Boston School: South Boston High Honor Averages: E3, C2, H4, SI Activities: Track 3 RICHARD P. BUCKLEY Buck 14 Bayard Street, Allston School: St. Anthony ' s Honor Averages: EI, E2, H4, F2; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Switchboard 1, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD D. BUMSTEAD Dick 755 E. Seventh St., South Boston School: Oliver Hazard Perry Honor Averages: E2, E3, HI, H4, Fl, SI, S2, S3, Ml, M3, PI, Dl, S4 Fidelity Prize 1, 3 Activities: Vice-President Student Council 3; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Captain AARON H. BURKIN 335 North Anderson Street, Boston School: Chelsea High Honor Averages: MI, M2, G2, E3, PI DONALD H. BURTON Doc 51 Newcomb Street, Roxbury School: Dearborn Honor Averages: H6, M2, Bl, B2, KI Activities: Camera Club; Orches- tra 1, 2; Basketball 1 EARLE W. BUZZELL, JR. Buzz 9 Euclid Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: HI, El, E2, E3, Fl, H4, F2, GI, G2, Ml, M2, PI, P3, M3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Captain ROBERT J. CAFARELLI Cat 44 Frankford Street, E. Boston School: Donald McKay Honor Averages: Fl, SI, M2 Activities: Patrol 1 FRANK W. CAIN 31 Hastings Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: E2 ROBERT L. CALLAWAY Bob 10 Wellesley Park, Dorchester School: Boston College High Honor Averages: El, E2, M2, PI Ml, HI, H2 SHELDON CAMIEL Cramp 23 Brockton Street, Mattopan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Patrol 4 PETER S. CAPERNAROS Pete 66 Dracut Street, Dorcheste ' School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: E2, E3, H2, L2, L3, F2, F3, M2, M3, E4, H4, M4, P3, L4; Lawrence Prize H2 Activities: Discussion Club 3, 4; French Club 3; President of Class 1948; Room Councillor 4; Home- room Spelling Medals 3, 4; Class Spel ing Medal 3; Executive Com- mittee 3; President 4; Captain, Tennis 2 DANIEL L. CAPODILUPO Dick 124 Prince Street, Boston School: St. Anthony ' s Honor Averages: 1st Lieutenant ROBERT L. CARTER, JR. Bob 793 Showmut Avenue, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Honor Averages: E4, M4, H4, L4, C3, E2, E3, L2, L3, F2, F3, M2, M3, P3, P4; Lawrence Prize in Al Activities: Yearbook Staff; Discus- sion, French, Science, and Music Appreciation Clubs; Baseball RONALD J. CARTER Ronnie 102 Hammond Street, Roxbury School: Sherwin Honor Averages: Q2, E8, Ql, E3, F2; Lawrence Prize in Ql Activities: Drum and Bugle 4; Track 1 ALFRED J. CASTAGNOLA Al 681 Bennington Street, E. Boston Schoo : Boston College High Honor Averages: H3 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Picture and Committee Clubs; Patrol 4; Captain JOSEPH S. CATALDO 41 Condor Street, East Boston School: Fitton JOHN A. CHANDLER Tony 78 Bower Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Activities; Band 2, 3, 4 ALLAN CHIN Al 21 Warren p;ace, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4, F3, Gl, G2, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Captain Patrol in charge of Attendance 3, 4; Captain 4 BOCK M. CHIN 166 Harrison Avenue, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4, F3, GI, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3, Lawrence Prizes in E2, PI, H4, P3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Wash- ington and Franklin Medals 3; Harvard Prize Book 3; Patrol 4; Captain Library Corps 3 THOMAS A. CHISHOLM The Toe 569 To bot Avenue, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Activities: E2, E3, PI Activities: Chess 2, 3, 4; Orches- tra 2, 3; Executive Committee 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant GERALD H. CHUBBUCK Gerry 12 Dorset Street, Dorchester School: William E. Russell Honor Averages: Ml, M2, B3 Activities: Glee Club 4; Patrol 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4 PETER A. CICCARELLI Chic 121 St. Andrew Road, East Boston School: St. Lazarus Honor Averages: M3, Gl, H4 Activities: Student Council 3 Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 3 Room Athletic Councillor 1, 2 Band 1, 2; Football 3E, 4E Track 4 WILLIAM N. CiCCOLO Chick 119 Milton Street, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, H2, H3, LI, L2, L3, SI, Ml, M2, M3, P3; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Yearbook Committee 4; Office Aide 3; Captain 4 GENE J. CLEARY 12 Wellesmere Terrace, Roslindole School: Hillside School, Marlboro JOSEPH R. CLEMENT Clem 16 Hampstead Rd,, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Band 2, 3, 4 VALENTINE H. CODDING Vol 15 Morcella Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Activities: Patrol 2; Drum and Fife 1, 2, 3, Captain; Football 3; Track 2, 3 PATRICK T. COGGIO Cog 9 Oriole Street, West Roxbury School: Sanford, Maine Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, LI, MI, M2, M3, PI Activities: Record Representative 2; Prom Committee; Patrol 3; Room Councillor 2; Track 2 JACK L. COHEN Sparks 45 Corona Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, L2, Gl, G2, P3, C2; Lawrence Prize C2 Activities: Science Club 4; Orches- tra 1; Boston Public Schools Symphony Band 1 MERRILL S. COHEN Merry 15 West Selden Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Activities: Camera Club 2; Hockey 1, 2 PAUL R. COHEN Richie 64 Munroe Street, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, H4, LI, L2, F2, F3, F4, M2, M3, Ml, D6, P3 Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Captain, Library Corps 4 SHELDON B. COHEN Shel 19 Hewins Street, Dorchester School; Patrick T. Campbell Activities: Patrol 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 3; Hockey 2; Track 3 JOHN H. COLEMAN 31 Holyoke Street, Boston School: Abrahom Lincoln Honor Averages: SI, Dl Activities: Patrol 4; Office Aide 3; Track 3 DONALD F. COLLINS 20 Chellman Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw GERALD F. COLLINS Spook 34 Cohasset Street, Roslindale School: St. Francis Xavier Activities: Room Councillor 4; Foot- ball 3, 4; Track 3 PAUL J. COLLINS 198 Norfolk Avenue, Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Honor Averages: H6, Ml, M2, M3, 81, Fl, F2, LI, E2, P3, H6, 81 ALBERT W. COMEAU Bill 81 Polk Street, Charlestown S chool: Clarence R. Edwards Honor Avreages: K4, K5, E8, M4, F2, E2 Activities: Office Aide 4; Captain WILLIAM J. CONDON Bill 130 Bird Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: PI Activities: Basketball 3 JOSEPH W. CONLON Bill 21 Pershing Road, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E2, F2, E4 Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 1st Sergeant; Basketball 2; Footbo ' l 3, 4; Track 2E, 3E, 4E; Room Athletic Councillor 3 LAWRENCE A. CONNELL Red 280 North Beacon Street School: Thomas A. Edison FRANCIS W. CONNELLY Ike 16 Harrow Street, Dorchester School: William E. Russell Honor Averages: E2, H4, 51, H2, H3 Activities: Patrol 4; Baseball Football 3; Track 2, 3, 4 S2, PATRICK J. CONNOLLY Pat 19 Midland Street, Dorchester School: Boston College High PERRY A. CONSTAS Greek 4 Roslin Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Activities: Prom Committee; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Track 2, 3, 4 SANFORD F. COREN Sandy 306 Fuller Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E2, GI, H2 Activities: Yearbook Staff; Football THOMAS E. COTTER 1 74 Winthrop Street, Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Honor Averages: H6 HARVEY COTTON Red 18 Balsam Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: Honor Roll Senior Year Activities: Photography Cub; ]st Lieutenant ROBERT P. CRAVEN Bob 53 Rockview Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: PI Activities: Patrol 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 3; Football 2; Hockey 3 JAMES C. CRAWFORD Jim 49 Harwood Street, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Activities: Hockey 4E MORTIMER E. CRONIN 46 St. Gregory Street, Dorchester School: St, Mark ' s Honor Averages: H6, Bl, H2, E6 Fidelity Prize 1 LEO T. CUNNINGHAM 5 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Honor Averages: F2 RICHARD J. CUNNINGHAM Ham 1 1 Leslie Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Honor Averages: Ql JOHN E. CURLEY Jackie 17 Wakullah St., Roxbury School: Boston College High CHARLES R. CURRAN Chuck 5 Vinson Street, Dorchester School: Grover C:eveland Honor Averages: H4, L2, SI, S2, S3, M3, E3 Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Patrol 4; 2nd Lieuten- ant; Track 2 THOMAS J. CURRAN Tom 550 Gallivon Boulevard, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Honor Averages: E6, Ml, Bl, B2, K2, K3 Activities: Room Athletic Councillor 1; Baseball 3; Hockey 1; Track 2 ALBERT J. CURRIER 35 Rossmore Road, Jamaica P ' oin School: Mary E. Curley BURTON DAITCH Burt 22 West Selden Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Activities: Yearbook Staff Adver- tising Committee 4; Basketball 2, Track 2 NORMAN R. DAVIDSON Dovey 54 Greendale Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Activities: Patrol 3 ROBERT W. DAVIDSON Dibba 20 Playstead Road, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Ha ' e LEROY DAVIS Jeff 28 Hawthorne Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Honor Averages: D3; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Track 3 MICHAEL T. DeANGELIS Mike 5 Prospect Street, Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Honor Averages: LI, F2, M2, K3 Activities: Office Aide 4 ROBERT H. DEANS Deany 124 Armandine Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: H4 Activities: Track 3 CARMINE V. DeCRISTOFORO, JR. Rube 156 Salem Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Activities: 2nd Lieutenant Basketball 2; Room Athletic Councillor 2 JAMES R. DeGIACOMO J immy School: Washington Irving 14 Hayes Road, Roslindale Honor Averages: E3, F2, M3, H4 Activities: Patrol 2; Room Council- lor 2, 3; 2nd Lieutenant; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3 JOHN A. DELL ' ORFANO Dell 51 Allen Street, Boston School: St. Joseph ' s Honor Averages: HI, M2, L3, N5 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4 Patrol 1; Room Councillor 3 Room Athletic Councillor 2 Drum and Bugle 3; Drum and Fife N5; 1st Lieutenant MARIO J. DELL ' ORFANO Ma 136 Prince Street, Boston School: Michoelongelo Honor Averages: E2 Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 Captain of Baseball and Foot- ball 4 JOSEPH N. DERAMO Joe 102 Salem Street, Boston Schoo!: Mirhoelangelo HAROLD DERGARABEDIAN Der 94 Brookley Road, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: Dl, Tl, H5 Activities: Glee Club; Patrol 3 FRANCIS DEVER □ever 107 Wordsworth Street, E. Boston School: St. Mary ' s Activities: Record Representative 3; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 1; 2nd Lieutenant CHARLES M. DEVLIN Dev 84 Brookley Road, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Aclivities: Patrol 4 ALBERT F. DiBLASI Al 17 Leyland Street, Roxbury School: Dearborn Honor Averages: Dl, D2 Activities: Football 1; Track 1, 3, 4 2, FRANK I. DiCAMILLO Franky 160 Cottage Street, East Boston School: In Italy Honor Averoges: Fifty-doHar Prize in scholarships 4 years; Fidelity Prize in Italy 1941-45 Music and Glee Clubs, Room Councillor; Secretary of Class; Captain Tennis, Soccer ANTHONY E. DiMAlO Dismal 261 Webster Street, East Boston School: Assumption Honor Averages: HI, Dl Activities: 2nd Lieutenant DANA G. DOHERTY 306 Bellevue Street, W. Roxbury School: Public Latin Honor Averages: E3, H3, LI, L2, M2, M3, P3 Activities: Discussion Club 3; Patrol 2, 3; Room Councillor 4; Class President 3; Hockey 3, 4 EDWARD P. DONOGHUE Eddie 36 Queensbury Street, Boston School: Public Latin Honor Averages: L3, Fl, F2, Ml, M2, M3, PI, L4, E3; Lawrence Prize Fl Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Military Drill Prize 2; Captain 4 LEROY S. DOZIER Lee 171 Hemenway Street, Boston School: Prince Honor Averages: HI, H3 Activities: Room Councillor 2 DAVID DROOKS Dave 34 Jones Road, Revere School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: M2, F3, P3, L3, Gl, E3, C4, H4, E4, Activities: Patrol 2, 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 4; Room Herald- Traveler Spelling Medal, 1946 ROBERT M. DUBINSKY 158 Chambers Street, Boston School: William Blackstone HAROLD V. DUFFY Hal 52 West Tremlett St., Dorchester School: Boston College High Honor Averages: F2 Activities: Patrol 3; Baseball 4; Hockey 4 GEORGE V. DUNHAM Gege 5 Van Winkle Street, Dorchester School: Public Latin Honor Averages: Gl, M3, M4, E3 Activities: Patrol 1 , 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 2; Hockey 3, 4 THOMAS E. DUNN, JR. Tom 20 Bogandale Rood, West Roxbury School: Washington Irving Activities: Patrol 2, 3; Room Ath- letic Councillor 3; Track 2 HOWARD G. DUSHARME Howie 14 Kingston Street, Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Honor Averages: EI, 2, 3, LI, 2, Fl, 2, 3, Ml, 2, 3, P3, Honor Roll every year Activities: U. S. Marine Corps Re- serve P. F. C; Drum and Bugle 1st prize Bugle; Captain WILLIAM G. DYER Bill 12 Dresden Street, Jamaica Plain School: Boston College High Honor Averages: H4, Fl, F2, Gl, M2, E3, E2, Ml Activities: Drum and Bugle 2; 2nd Lieutenant ARNOLD S. EHRLICH Pepsodent Kid 1246 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E3, H5, F2, B2, K3, E4, K4 Activities: Record Staff 2, 3; Presi- dent Chess Club 4; Discussion; Science; Chemistry Clubs; Patrol 4; 2nd Lieutenant GERALD P. EIDELMAK Jerry 40 Hazleton Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: F3, Gl, G2, M3, P3, E3, C4, M4, H4, E4; Honor Roll 3 years Activities: History Debating Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant HARVEY W. ELKIN Wave 337 Charles Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Honor Averages: C4, H4, G2, E2, E3, LI, L2, F3, Gl, M2 Activities: Patrol 2, 4 Brighton E2, E3, HI, ALAN M. ELKINS Al 84 Wallingford Road, School: Public Latin Honor Averages: El, H3, LI, L2, Gl, G2, MI, M2, M3, P3; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Record Representative 1, 2; Office Aide 4; Room Coun- cillor 2, 3; Captain; Library Corps 4 ELI FACTOR Carrot Top 52 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: Gl, G2, M2, M3, P3, Dl, M4, C4 Activities: Chess, Chemistry Science Clubs; Treasurer Chess Club; 1st Lieutenant SI, S2, and of ALBERT S. FADOUL Fakir 670 Tremont Street, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: El, E2, HI, LI, Ml, M2, PI Activities: Camera Discussion, Science and Chess Clubs; Cap- tain HOWARD S. FALES Howie 46 Torrey Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: E3, H4, F3, Gl, G2, M2, PI, P3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Picture Committee; 1st Lieutenant; Basketball 2; Foot- ball 3 GERARD J. FARRELL Curly 100 Brainerd Road, Allston School: William Howard Toft RICHARD L. FECHTOR 145 Sutherlond Road, Brighton Schoo:: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: PI, F1 Activities: 2nd Lieutenant; Hockey 3, 4; Swimming 2 SUMNER H. FELDMAN Sonny 61 Fayston Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: Gl, G2, M2 Activities: Secretary-Treasurer 2nd Lieutenant 3; JOHN R. FERRIS Russ 376 Washington Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Honor Averages: E2, E3, rl3, Gl, G2, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Boston Rotary Club; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Captain ROBERT J. FERROLI Fef 85 Howard Avenue, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E2, E3, L2, Gl, S2, S3, M2, P3; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Patrol 4; 2nd Lieuten- ant STANLEY V. FIDLER Stan 38 Jamaica Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley f9 LEONARD B. FINGER Hands 282 Columbia Road, Dorchester Honor Averages: LI, S2 Activities: Camera Club; Patrol 4; Band 2, 3; 1st Lieutenant; Bas- ketball 2 RALPH D. FINLAYSON Chubby 15 Mt. Ca vary Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: B2, K2 Activities: Patrol 4; 1st Sergeant DINO A. FIORE Chub 147 Dana Avenue, Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, LI, L2, L3, Fl, F2, Ml, M3, PI, Dl, P3 Activities: Junior Varsity 3 LEONARD E. FISHER Fish 29 Fayston Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: S2, M2 Activities: Patrol 3 STANLEY H. FISHTINE Fish 20 Sutton Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E2, E3, Gl, G2. S3, M2, M3, P3 Activities: Science and Chess Clubs; Patrol 4 JOHN F. FLAHERTY Flash 76 South Street, Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas Aquinas Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, L3, F), F2, Ml, M3, P3; Fidelity Prize 1 Activities: Golf A THOMAS F. FLAHERTY Flabo 25 Gavin Way, South Boston School: John A. Andrew Honor Averages: M8 Activities: 4 Bond 2, 3; Track 2, 3, JOSEPH C. FLICOP Yussy 97 Myrtle Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Honor Averages: F2, F3, Gl, G2 Activities: Patrol 4; Yearbook Com- mittee; 2nd Lieutnant WALTER S. FLYNN Erroll 177 Hackensack Road, W. Roxbury School: Boston College High Honor Averages: E3, L3, M2, Fl Activities: 2nd Lieutenant PAUL E. FOLEY 25 Fairbanks Street, Brighton School: Presentation Honor Averages: M2, B2 SEYMOUR FORMAN 682 Walk Hill Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: LI, F2, Dl EDMUND H. FOSTER Shorty 11 i -2 Claremont Park, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Activities: Glee Club; Track 2, 3, 4 PETER J. FOUNDAS Pete 83 Adamson Street, Allston School: William H. Taft Honor Averages: E2, E3, F2, F3, Gl, G2, M2, M3, Dl, P3, Activities: Potrol 4; 2nd Lieutenont ROBERT E. FRANCIS Bob 15 Barbara Street, Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, H5, SI, S2, B2, K3, Dl; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize K3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Yearbook Circulating Staff 4; Record Representative 2; Room Councillor 2, 4; Stu- dent Council 2; Prom Committee 4; H, R. Spelling Bee 4; Drum and Fife 1; Captain 4; Tennis 2 WILLIAM G. FRANCIS Bill 38 Gregory Street, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Honor Averoges: El, E2, HI, LI, Fl, F2, F3, Ml, M2, Dl, PI, Activities: Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Hockey 3; Library Corns ROBERT A. FREEDMAN Bob 688 Walk Hill Street, Mattopan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, F2, Gl, M2, PI, B2, K2, K3 Activities: Patrol 4; 2nd Lieutenant WILLIAM F. FRENCH ]02 Thornton Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Honor Averages: E6, H2, H3, 82, K2, Lawrence Prizes H2, B3 SANTO FURFARI Tiny 198 Columbia Road, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E2 Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4 GILBERT C. GAILIUS Gibby 28 Verdun Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Honor Averages: S2, B2, K2 Activities: Captain FREDERICK N. GAMER Boley 42 Mildred Avenue, Mattopan School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: E2, LI, L2, F2, Ml, M2, P3 Activities: Science Club; Patrol 3; Drum Major 4; Corporal 1, 2; Top Sergeant 1 , 3 ALVAN H. GARBER Al 136 Capen Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: H3 Activities: Patrol 4; Captain; Track 2, 3, 4 RICHARD N. GARDNER Ricky 232 Seover Street, Roxbury School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, F2, Gl, M2, M3 Activities: Patrol 3; 1st Lieutenant STANLEY H. GARLITZ Slug 37 Outlook Road, Mattopan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, L2, F2 Activities: Chess and Glee Clubs; Room Councillor 3 JOSEPH E. GAVIN Joe 23 Adams Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Honor Averages: L2 Activities: Football 2, 3 ELI H. GELERMAN 187 Glenway Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Activities: Chess Club, Band 2, 3 SIMEON K. GERSHMAN Sonny 33 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenbery Honor Averages: H5, F2, F3, Ml, E6, B2, B3, K2, K3 Activities: Office Aide 3, tain; Library Corps 4 4; Cap- JAMES A. GIBSON 8 Hillside Street, Roxbury School: Martin Honor Averages: B2 SHERMAN D. GILBERT 15 Bilodeau Road, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: Gl Activities: Track 3 RICHARD B. GILBERTSON 19 Donnybrook Rood, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: E2, H3, Gl, G2, M2 EARLE R. GILDERSLEEVE Gil 155 Manthorne Road, West Rox- bury School: Robert Gould Shaw Activities: Patrol 3 WALTER F. GILL Gill 6 Loyfield Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: M2, M3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Captain, Individual Man- ual of Arms MELVIN GINSBERG Mel 6 Merrill Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Corporal; Sergeant; Track 1 NICHOLAS GIORDANO Nicky 17 Maverick Street, Eost Boston School: Donald McKay Honor Averages: E2, Fl, SI Activities: Football 2, 3, 4 GERALD A. GIORGIO 33 Colgate Rood, Roslindale School: Public Latin Honor Averages: H3, L2, F2, M3 LAWRENCE GLOVIN Lorry 137 Chiswick Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: H3, Gl, G2, M2, M3, H4 Activities: Patrol 2 ROBERT L. GOLD 949 Morton Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Activities: Patrol 4; Bond 1, 2 CHARLES GOLDBERG, Jr. Charlie 168 Westville Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Honor Averages: LI Activities: Patrol 4 m ROBERT 6. GOLDBERG 63 Washington Street, Dorchester School: Public Latin Honor Averoges: E2 JOSEPH L. GOLDEN Red 3)8 Summit Avenue, Brighton School: William H. Toft Honor Averages: E2, E3, Gl, G2, Ml, M2, PI Activities: Alumni Committee Chairman 4; Captain, Basketball 2; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Track Manager 4, Yearbook Staff 4 GILBERT GOLDENBERG Geshie 6 Floyd Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Activities: 2nd Lieutenant AARON M. GOLDMAN Arky 3 Foyston Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell JUSTIN D. GOLDMAN Jack 26 Bothwell Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages PI ROBERT S. GOLDMAN Bob 54 Ashton Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson HAROLD GOLDSTEIN Hal 10 Deering Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Science, French and Music Ap- preciation Clubs; Patrol 4; Or- chestra 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3; and Captain 4 KENNETH GOLDSTEIN Ken 20 Ellington Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4, F2, Gl, G2, M2, P3, Dl Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Year- book Editor 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 4; Captain; Library Corps 4 LAWRENCE I. GOLDSTEIN Larrie 151 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester School: Plymouth, Mass. Junior High Honor Averages: El, E3, SI; Fidel- ity Prize 2; Activities: Record Representative 2; Room Councillor 2; 2nd Lieuten- ant ROBERT V. GOODMAN Noug 39 Wentworth Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Activities: Patrol 1 JIMMIE GOON Irish 41 St. Stephen Street, Boston School: Weymouth High Honor Averages: E3, F2, Gl, M3, P3; Lawrence Prize F2 Activities: Office Aide 3, 4; Cap- tain WALTER A. GORMAN Wally 34 Chiswick Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Activities: Glee Club 4; Patrol 4; Captain WILLIAM E. GOTTWALD Gotty 38 Partridge Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: LI SAVERIO J. GRANDE Sonny 1 6 Foster Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, LI, Fl, 13, P3, B2, 13 Activities: Patrol 4; Orchestra 2; Captain; Library Corps 4 EMIL L. GRASSO Emo 1 49 Putnam Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Honor Averages: F2, II Activities: Room Councillor 3 SEYMOUR E. GREENFIELD Set 15 Egremont Road, Brighton School: Public Latin JAMES H. GREER J immy 34 Addington Road, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: H2 Activities: Band 2, 3 ROBERT H. GRIFFIN, JR. Bob 30 Cunord Street, Roxbury School: Jacksonville, Florida High School Honor Averages: E3, H3, L2, M2, Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Captain; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4 ROY r. GRYNKEWICZ Grynk 12 Chapman Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: Honor Roll 1 ROBERT C. GUAY Bob 44 Wycliffe Avenue, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Show Honor Averages: Honor Roll 1 EDWARD M. GULACHENSKI Ed ) 1 Kenburma Road, Dorchester School: St. Mary ' s Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, H3, LI, L2, G1, G2, Ml, M2, PI, P3; Lawrence Prize 1 , 3 Activities: Yearbook Staff Commit- tee; Science Cub; President; Switchboord 2, 3, 4; Captain; Library Corps 2, 3, 4 BRUCE O. HADLEY Little Bump 589 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Activities: Bond 3 CHARLES S. HANSON Chas 6 Carol Avenue, Brighton School: William H. Taft JOHN R. HARDY Jack 3 Burnside Avenue, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Honor Averages: Fl, F2, M3, P3 Activities: Chairman Prom Com- mittee; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Captain; Hockey 3, 4; Library Corps 4 PAUL L. HARDY Cannonball 119 Trenton Street, East Boston Schoo : Joseph H. Barnes FREDERICK HARLING Ricky 54 Keith Street, West Roxbury School: Public Latin RUSSELL W. HAWKES Russ 79 Myrtle Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Honor Averages: LI, M2, M3, PI, P3 Activities: Track 3 ROBERT H. MEALY Bob 166 Beech Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: E2, LI, M2 Activities: Patrol 4 ROBERT A. HEARTQUIST Hark 5 Bayside Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Honor Averages: HI Activities: Patrol 4 ARTHUR R. HENDERSON Hoochle 36 Ripley Road, Dorchester School; Hugh O ' Brien Honor Averages: PI Activities: Camera Club; Patrol 4 OSMOND L. HENRY Ossie 220 W. Canton Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln GEORGE W. HERMAN Red 66 Park Street, West Roxbury School:- Robert Gould Shaw WILLIAM F. HIGHLAND Sleepy 14 Bullard Street, Dorchester School: Mather Honor Averages: E2, H2, H3, M2, B2 Activities; Camera Club I; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain, Drum and Bugle; Track 2 EDWARD 6. NINES Eddie ) 1 B anche Street, Dorchester School: Boston College High Honor Averages: E2, E3, H2, M2, MS, D3 Activities: Patrol 3, Captain Gl, JORDAN M. HIRSHFIELD Jord 4 Harwood Street, Dorchester School; Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: M2, G3 Activities; Debating Club; Patrol 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; Basketball 3; Hockey 2; Track 3, 4 GERALD F. HOLLAND Dutch 58 Lithgow Street, Dorchester School; St. Mark ' s Honor Averages: E3, H3, L2 Ml Activities: Prom Committee, 2nd Lieutenant GERALD J. HOLTZ Jerry 10 Paxton Street, Dorchester School: So ' omon Lewenberg Honor Averages; E3, M2, PI, P3; Activities; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Captain; Drum Maior; Golf 3, 4; 1st Prize in Drumming 3 LLOYD R. HORADAN Skip 105 Durnell Avenue, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: Dl BENEDICT HOROWITZ Benny 83 West Selden Street, Mattapan School: Public Latin Honor Averages: L3, F2 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Record Representative 2; Room Councillor 2; 1 st Lieutenant TERRY G. HOUHOULIS Houli 74 Aldie Street, Allston School: William H. Tatt Activities: Patrol 4 FRANCIS H. HOWARD Frank 70 Brock Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: H3, H2, HI Activities: Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Captain DONALD G. HUGHES Hugh 71 Parkton Road, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Cur!ey Honor Averages: Fl, GI, Ml, PI; Honor Roll 2 Activities: Room Councillor 4, President Student Council 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 FRANCIS J. HUNKELER Hunk 471 Brookiine Avenue, Boston School: Mission High WILFRED L. HYNES Willy 72 Lake Shore Rood, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: E2, LI, Fl Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4 JASPER L. INSERRO Inse 623 South Street, Roslindale School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: E2, E3, F3, Gl, G2, M2, M3, P3 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; 2nd Lieutenant ROBERT G. ITRI Bob 236 Marion Street, East Bos ton School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: E2, Fl, F2 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; French Club 4; 2nd Lieutenant FRANK J. JAGER Pinky 362 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: E3, H4 Activities: Orchestra 2 CHARLES E. JANDRUE Charlie 42 Stellman Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averoges: E2, E3, F3, PI Activities: Science and Discussion Cubs 4; Patrol 4; Baseball 3; Track 2 WILLIAM E. JENNINGS Bucky 193 Grampian Way, Dorchester School: St. William ' s Activities: Room Athletic Council- lor 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Caploin of Hockey 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4 GEORGE W. JOHNSON Babe 32 Shawmut Avenue, Boston School: North Reading, Mass. Honor Averages: E3, H3, LI, P3 M3, HERBERT D. JONES He rb 121 Glenville Avenue, Allston School: Public Latin Honor Averages: El Activities: Discussion Club 4; Base- ball 3, 4 FRANCIS M. JOYCE Frank 30 Lenoxdale Avenue, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Activities: Patrol 4; Room Coun- cillor 2; Band 1; Baseball 4; Football 2, 3, 4 JOSEPH M. JOYCE Joe 79 Wyman Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Activities: Baseball 3 Football 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4 ERNEST KAHN Ernie 1 09 Queensbury Street, Boston School: Prince Honor Averages: GI HASKELL KAIZERMAN Hank 46 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: HI, SI, M2, M3, H4 Activities: Discussion and Science Clubs 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 2 EVANGELOS KARALEXIS Angie 272A Shawmut Avenue, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: E2, E3, HI, H2 Activities: Patrol 3; Individual Prize 3; 2nd Lieutenant IRWIN J. KARAS Spike 7 Kensington Park, Roxbury School: Lewis Activities: Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball; Assistant Manager 3 CHRIST KARYS Chris 392 Beech Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: S2 Activities: Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3; Junior Varsity 3; Football 3, 4; Track 2 CHARLES V. KASPARIAN Charlie 310 Tolbot Avenue, Dorchester Schoo;: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averoges: E2, E3 H3, H4, M3, Gl Activities: Camera and French Clubs; Patrol 2; Prom Commit- tee 4; 1st Lieutenant THOMAS F. KEANE Tom 44 Glenrose Road, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Honor Averages: El, E3, LI, L3, F2, Ml, Dl Councillor 4; Secretary Student Council 4, Captain 4 JAMES W. KELLEY Kel 42 St. Gregory Street, Dorchester School: St. Grgeory ' s Honor Averages: E2, LI, Ml Activities: Record Representative 2; Patrol 2; Room Councillor 2, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 4 JOSEPH A. KELLY Kell 3 Woolsey Square, Jamoica Plain School: Mother Activities: Camera Club 3 Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2; Drum and Fife 2; Captain JOHN K. KENNEDY 60 Radcliffe Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, L2, F2, Dl, F3, M2, M3, P3; Activities: Chemistry and French Clubs, Switchboard 3; Captain ARCHIE KHACHADOORIAN Arch 475 Showmut Avenue, Boston School: Dwight Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, H4, LI, SI, S2, Ml, M2, M3, Dl, PI, P3 Activities: Science, Discussion and Camera Clubs; Yearbook Com- mittee 4; Individual Prize Drill 2; Captain 4 PAUL T. KILLILEA 31 Wenham Street, Jamaica Plain School: Public Latin FRANCIS X. KILMURRAY Red 385 Adams Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Honor Averages: E2, H6, M2, Bl, B2; Honor Roll 2 Activities: Patrol 2, 3 THOMAS F. KINEAVY Tom 33 Round Hill Street, Jamaica P:ain School: Cheverus Honor Averages: K2 NICHOLAS P. KOINES Nick 126 Union Park Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4, Gl, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3 Activities: Science and French Clubs; Patrol 3; 2nd Lieutenant NICHOLAS KOTAPSKI Nick 350 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Rooseve t Honor Averages: E2, LI, FI, M2, Honor Roll 2 Activities: French Club; Patrol 2, 3; Sergeant; 1st Lieutenant GEORGE H. KOULOURIOTIS Greek 286 Ruggles S reet, Boston School: Public Latin Honor Averages: E2, H2, E4, H3 Activities: Yeorbook Staff 4; Dis- cussion Club 4; Patrol 2; Drum and Bug ' e 1; Cass Vice-Presi- dent, Captain RICHARD A. KOURY Nooney 12 Bond Street, Boston School: Rice Activities: Baseball 3 ROBERT A. KRAMER Doc 29 Sudan Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Honor Averages: Ml MELVIN D. KROZY M l 58 Hiawatha Road, Matlopan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: K2 Activities: Room Athletic; CouncT lor 2; Golf 3 JOSEPH W. KRUGH 40 Stamford Street, Boston School: William B ' ackstone BERNARD KUMMINS Bernie 1214 B ue Hill Avenue, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E3, H3, Gl, G2. M3, H4, PI, P3 Activities: Patrol 4; 2nd Lieutenant RICHARD E. KUSHNER Dick 12 Haviland Street, Boston School: Prince Honor Averages: E3, HI, Ml, Activities: Discussion Club 4 P3 GERARD LA BONTE Gerry 19 Rosemary Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Cur ey Honor Averages: H4, F2, M3, PI Activities: French and Discussion Clubs JOHN A. LaCASCIA Jock 203 Chelsea Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Honor Averages: E2, E3, L2, L3, Fl, F2, M3 Activities: French and Discussion Clubs; Patrol 2; 1st Lieutenant JOHN L. LoCROSSE 52 Sanborn Avenue, West Roxbury School: Public Latin MILTON E. LANDMAN Mitzi 156 Quincy Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Activities: Track 2 FREDERICK A. LANGONE Howko 560 Massachusetts Avenue, School: Dearborn Honor Averages: PI Activities: Glee Club Boston JOSEPH C. LATTUADA Joe 100 Harvard Avenue, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, Gl, S2, S3, M2, M3, P3; Honor Roll 2, 3 Activities: Room Athletic Council- lor 1 CHARLES J. LEE 52 Cummings Rood, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: E2, SI YOKE F. LEE Frank 50 Beach Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, E3, M2 Activities: 2nd Lieutenant H3, F2, ROGER P. Le FEBVRE Roger 1 00 Norway Street, Boston School: In Pennsylvania Honor Averages: C3, 82, Ql Activities: Captain PAUL A. LEONARD Lenny 8 Horwood Street, Dorchester Honor Averages: E3 School: St. Matthew ' s JOEL LESSER Less 644 Cummins Hgwy, Mattapan School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, F2 Gl, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Fidelity Prize 2, 3 Activities: Record Representative 2; Room Councillor 2; Student Council 2; Member Alumni Com- mittee 4 JACKIE J. LEVIN Joe 51 Wildwood Street, Dorchester School: Frank V Thompson Honor Averages: E2, E3, Gl, G2, SI M2, M3 Dl, PI. P3 Activities: Art Editor 4, President Discussion Club 4; Camera Club 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Switchboard 4; 1st Lieutenant LAURENCE E. LEVIN Laurie 120 Hazelton Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages; H4, D6 HERBERT S. LEVINE Pinky 174 Woodrow Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Activities: Patrol 4; 2nd Lieu- tenant RUDOLPH F. LIA Tiny 1 7 Rutherford Avenue, Charlestown School: Carter Junior High, Chelsea Honor Averages: M3, P3 JOHN LIMONCELLI Lem 593 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain School; Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: LI Activities: Football 3, 4 HARRY S. LINDER 79 Warren Avenue, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, L2, Fl, F2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 Activities: Camera, Science and Discussion Clubs; Office Aide 3; Laboratory Asst. 4; Captain GILBERT I. LIPMAN Gil School: Frank V. Thompson 10 Sutton Street, Mattapan BARRY M. LOCKE 24 Wilcock Street, Dorchestei School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: H3 Activities: Track 2, 3 ROBERT M. LOCONTE Bob 238 Saratoga Street, East Bostoti School: Joseph H. Barnes Honor Averages: E2, H3, H4, F2, M2, PI Activities: Prom Committee 4, Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4 WILLIAM L. LOMBARDO Bill 32 Montmorenci Street, East Boston School: Public Latin Honor Averages: F3, F4 Activities: Choral Practice 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Prom Committee ROBERT E. LOWERY Bob 67 Perrin Street, Roxbury Schooi: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: G2, M2, P3, 01 Activities: Science and Photog- raphy Clmbs 4; Laboratory Asst. 3, 4; Captain ARTHUR G. LUCIUS 422 Chelsea Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Honor Averages: LI, L2, L3 ROBERT J. LURTSEMA Bob 33 Circuit Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Activities: Camera; French Chess Clubs; Office Aide 2 and WILLIAM J. McADAMS Mac 8 Porter Street, Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: E2, Dl, Honor Roll 3 ANDREW C. MacAULAY . Andy 52 Edison Green, Dorchester School: Wi liam E. Russell Honor Averages: El, E2, E3 HI, H3, Gl, G2, Ml, M2, M3, PI, P3, Dl; Fidelity Prize 1 Activities: Record Representative 2; Debating Club; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 1, 2, 3; Vice- President Junior Class 2nd Lieu- tenant; Track 1 , 2, 3 THOMAS F. McCarthy Mac 88 Shirley Street, Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Honor: Averages: Dl, Kl DOUGLAS R. MacDONALD Doug 6 Oakview Terrace, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Cur ' ey Honor Averages: HI JAMES S. MacDONALD Mac 21 Perrin Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Honor Averages: T3 ALFRED J. McELANEY Al 86 B ' oomfield Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Honor Averages: E3, F4, P3 Activities: Patrol 1; 1st Lieutenant EDWARD C. MocFARLAND Mac 633 High Street, Westwood, Mass. School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: Fl, Dl, P3 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3; 1st Lieutenant; Track 3, 4 JAMES E. McGONIGLE Mog 3189 Washington St., Jamaica Pi School: Our Lady of Lourdes Honor Avreages: H6, B2, K2, K3, Activities: Patrol 4 RAYMOND G. MclNNIS Ray 16 Kingsbury Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Honor Averages: H4, F3, M2, M3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Hockey Manager 2 ROBERT F. McKENDREW Mac 51 Maple Street, West Roxbury School: Boston College High Honor Averages: E3, SI, K2, K3 VINCENT M. McKENNA Vinny 16 Fenwick Street, Roxbury School: St. Joseph ' s Honor Averages: HI, Fi, Ml; Honor Roll 1 EDWARD G. MacKILLOP Mac 68 Martin Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: E3, L2, El, LI, HI Activities: Patrol 2 JAMES T. McLaughlin Mc 72 Foster Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Activities: Track; Squad 2 PAUL E. McMANUS Mac 1504 Centre Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages H3, SI, Ml, M2 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Captain; Baseball; As- sistant Manager 4; Football As- sistant; Manager 3; Golf 2 JOHN V. McMORROW Bud 127 Spencer Street, Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Honor Averages: Ml Activities: Patrol 4 GERALD M. MacNABB Mac 6 Belfast Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Activities: Drum and Bugle, 2, 3 FRANCIS A. McWADE Mac 562 Ashmont Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Honor Averages: HI, Ml, Dl, 02, D3 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Spelling Bee 4; Track 3 CHARLES E. MADDEN Charlie 6 Agawam Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Honor Averages: Ml, M2, P3, LI, PI Activities: Record Representative; Captain WARREN L. MADDEN Skippy 14 St. Mark ' s Road, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: El, HI, MI, Fl JEROME L. MALTZ Jerry 24 Frontenac Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E2, E3, GI, G2, SI, M2, M3, PI, P3 Activities: Camera and Science Clubs; Patrol 2 LEONARD V. MANN Lenny 41 Lucerne Street, Dorchester Schoo ' : Frank V. Thompson Activities: Baseball 2; Hockey 4 EDWARD F. MANNING Ned 196 Florence Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Activities: Drum and Bugle 2, 3 OSKAYAN MANOOGIAN Auggie 708 Walk Hill Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E3, SI, Ml, M2 Activities: Junior Varsity 3 UMBERTO A. MARCUCCI Bert 131 Cottage Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Honor Averages: LI, SI, S2, M2, M3, C4 JOSEPH A. MARINELLA Joe 1 1 Noyes Place, Boston School: St. Anthony ' s Honor Averages: Dl VINCENT A. MAROTTA Vinny 119 Charles Street, Boston School: Prince VERNARD L. MARSTON Vernie 30 Oakdale Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, L2, F2, F3, M2, M3, PI, P3; Fide:ity Prize 2; Activities: Patrol 3; Office Aide 3 JOSEPH A. MASIELLO Massey 46 North Bennett Street, Boston School: St. Anthony ' s Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, L2, L3, SI, S2, Ml, M2, M3, PI, Dl, P3; Lawrence Prize in S2 Activities: Patrol 3 MICHAEL A. MASTRANGELO Mike 249 Webster Street, East Boston School: Assumption Honor Averoaes: BI, B3, K? EDWARD P. MATHEWS Eddie 30 St. Margaret Street, Dorchester School: St. Margaret ' s Honor Averages: El, LI, SI, Ml, DI; Fidelity Prize 1 REMO C. MATTEI Ray 13 Emerald Street, Boston School: Holy Trinity Activities: Football 3 ROBERT W. MEANIX Bob 44 Halifax Street, Jamoica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, L2, Fl, F2, M2, M3, P3 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Discussion and Science Clubs; Office Aide 3; Alumni Commit- tee 4; Captain; Junior Varsity 3; Track 2, 3, 4 EDWARD W. MEEKINS Eddie 23 Hollander Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Honor Averages: PI Activities: Patrol 1, Bnnd 3 DAVID H. MEFFAM, JR. Dave 38 Cameron Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Activities: Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Library Corps 2 THOMAS MELLO Bing 1 328 Washington Street, Roxbury School: Cathedral Honor Averages: El, FI Activities: Chemistry Club; Patrol 3; 2nd Lieutenant RAYMOND V. MELLONE Ray 41 Coolidge Road, Allston School: William H. Toft MICHAEL P. MERCADANTE Mike 21 Shaw Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: El, E2, L2, F2, F3, M2 Activities: Baseball 3; Basketball 2, 3 FRANK V. MERSICANO Merco 35 Myrtle Street, Boston School: William B ackstone Activities: Band 2 JOSEPH R. MICCICHE Joe 144 Paris Street, East Boston School: Blockington Activities: Track 2 EDWARD D. MILLER Eddie 12 Peacevale Road, Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Honor Averages: HI, Fl, Gl, G2 Activities: Record Representative 1 ; Patrol 1, 2; Room Athletic Councillor 1, 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieu- tenant; Baseba!! 4; Hockey 4 PHILIP B. MILLER 12 Astoria Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E3, Gl Activities: Record Staff; Science and Music Appreciation Clubs HAROLD N. MILLMAN Blonde 43 Columbia Road, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E3, H4, F2, PI, P3 Activities: Camera Club; Patrol 4 LOUIS A. MINISTER! Minnie 19 Thornton Street, Roxbury School: Dearborn Honor Averages: SI ARTHUR L. MINTZ Mintzy 1175 Morton Street, Mattapan School: Public Latin Honor Averages: E2, E3, Fl, F2, Gl, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3 Activities: Football 2, 3 HENRY W. MOONCAI, JR. 49 St. Stephen Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, F2, Gl, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Fidel- ity Prize 2, 3; Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Vice-President and Treasurer Science Club 4; Individual Prize Drill 2; Alumni Committee 4; Spelling Bee 1, 2; Captain 4; Cheerleader 4 THOMAS B. MOORES T 119 Dale Street, Roxbury School: St. Joseph ' s DONALD G. MORAN Moe 27 Elgin Street, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, Ml, M2, PI Activities: Patrol 2, 3; Lieutenant UMaSTRT MORELLI 1 1 06 Saratoga Street, E. Boston School: St. Lazarus ' Honor Averages: E2, LI, F2 JOHN J. MORIARTY Moe 272 E. Cottage Street, Dorchester School: William E. Russell Activities: Drum and Bugle 2 RICHARD MOULD Moldy 631 Morton Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, Gl, G2, Dl Activities: Drum and Bugle 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant EUGENE S. MORRIS Gene 178 Walnut Ave., Roxbury School: Lewis Honor Averages: P3 Activities: Science Club; Band 2 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant GEORGE E. MORRIS 90 Minot St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: Dl ALAN M. MORSE Al 51 Millet Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Honor Averages LI Activities: Camera Club; Band 2, 3 PAUL R. MULDOON Steve 35 Bushnell Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: LI Activities: Patrol 3, 4 ALBERT J. MURPHY Bud 49 Harriet Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Track 2, 3 DONALD F. MURPHY Murph 66 Parklown Road, W. Roxbury School: Robert Gould Show Honor Averages: E3 Activities: Track DONALD J. MURPHY Duck 26 O ' Brien Court, Charlestown School: St. Catherine ' s Activities: Basketball 3 JAMES M. MURPHY Murph 182 Mi;ton Street, Dorchester School: Public Latin Activities: Football 4 JOSEPH T. MURPHY Muff 2 Remington Street, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Activities: Patrol 2; Room Coun- cillor 1; Football Manager 4; Track 2 MARTIN M. MURPHY Muff 25 Leedsviile Street, Dorchester School: Mather Honor Averages: El, E3, H3, LI, B2 Activities: Science Club 4, Patrol 4 THOMAS E. MURPHY Spud 48 Belden Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, H3, S), S2, M2, M3, B2, Dl, KI, K2 Activities: 1st Lieutenant; Football 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4 MARVIN S. MYERSON Marv 15 Boulevard Terrace, Brighton School: Public Latin Honor Averages: H3, Fl Activities: 2nd Lieutenant; Golf 2, 3 WALTER I. NEHALSINGH, Wally 34 Hawkins Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timllty Honor Averages: Three-year Schol- arship to Museum of Fine Arts JAMES H. NEIL J immie 1 1 Westminster Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Activities: Drum and Fife, 2; Track 2 RICHARD J. NORTON Doc 70 Train Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: E2, E3, M2, M3, PI, P3 Activities: Patrol 3; Room Council- lor 4; Laboratory Assistant 3, 4; Lieutenant; Football 2 ROBERT F. NYSTROM Bob 21 Myrtle Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: F2, P] Activities: 1st Lieutenant JOHN K. O ' BRIEN Chips 14 Newbern Street, Jamaica Plain School: Public Latin Activities: Football 2: Hockey 2 LEO A. O ' BRIEN Obie 9 Stockton Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson WILLIAM H. O ' BRIEN Bill 679 Washington Street, Brighton School: Brighton High Honor Averages: H2, H3 Activities: Hockey 4 JOHN D. O ' BRYANT 1 4 Rutland Street, Boston Schoo ' : Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, Gl, G2 ARTHUR F. O ' CONNOR Okie 58 Gretter Road, Roslindale School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: E2, E3, Fl, M2, P3; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Patrol 2; Office Aide 3, 4; Room 3; Captain Athletic Councillor JOHN A. O ' CONNOR Okie 29 Montebello Rood, Jamaica Plain School: Our Lady of Lourdes Honor Averages: El, E2; LI, F2; F3, Ml, M2, M3, Bl, 82, K2 Lawrence Prize in B2 DAVID J. O ' GRADY Dave 5 Seymour Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: B2 Activities: Record Representative 2; Room Councillor 2 WILLIAM F. O ' KEEFE Okie 14 Payson Avenue, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Activities: Room Athletic Council lor 2; Track 3, 4 DONALD T. O ' NEILL Dinny 18 Welles Pork, Roslinda;e School: Washington Irving EDWARD OPPER Eddy 1 1 7 Strotton Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: B2 Activities: Basketball 3 GEORGE M. ORLANDI Letty 109 Kenrick Street, Brighton School: Michelangelo Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Patrol 2; Basketball 2 STANLEY H. OSTROSKY Gus 23 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg EMANUEL J. PANDOS Manny 1 1 Berkeley Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, E3, H4, F3, Gl, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Fidelity Prize 2 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Coun cillor 4; Captain; Basketball 3 SALVATORE PARADISO Saivy 74 North Margin Street, Boston School: St, Anthony ' s Honor Averages: El, E6, SI, II, Ml, M2, M8, PI, Bl, B2, K2; Law- rence Prizes in II and K2 Activities: Drum and Bugle 3 STANLEY B. PARKER Stan 1447 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: M2 Activities: French Club; Patrol 3 ROBERT A. PASTMAN Bob 43 Deering Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, F2, Gl, G2, P3 Activities: Camera Club, Individual Prize Drill Winner 2; Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; Track 3 JOSEPH M. PECCI J oe 1 1 5 Union Park Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Honor Averages: E2, H3, F2, Gl, G2, Ml, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Patrol 4 NICHOLAS J. PELLEGRINO Professor 99 Endicott Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Honor Averages: E2, H3, LI, M2, P3, 01; Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Chemistry Club; Patrol 3; Ser- geant and Corporal JOHN J. PENDER Joey 114 Thornton Street, Roxbury School: St. Joseph ' s Honor Averages: H6, MI, B3 Activities: Baseball Assistant; Man- ager 2; Hockey 3; Track 1 AUGUSTINE P. PEPE Gus 91 Orange Street, Rosllndale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: E2, E3, L2, Fl, F2, M2, M3, PI Activities: Science Club 4 L3, JOSEPH C. PETERS Joe 263 Wachuset St., Jamaica Plain School: Francis Parkman Activities: Patrol 1; Orchestra 3; Boston Public School; Symphony Orchestra 2 RICHARD PHILLIPS Dick 102 Nightingale St., Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Honor Averages: E2, F2, Gl, M2, Dl Activities: Glee Club 2; Music Ap- preciation 4; Picture Committee 4; Honor Roll 2; Drum and Fife 3; Track 2; Tennis E3, E4 JOSEPH A. PICCIRILLI Pic 26 Lockwood Street, Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Honor Averages: H6, Ml, P3, 81 Lawrence Prizes 1 , 2 Activities: Record Representative 2; Room Councillor 2 ARNOLD C. PLEVOCK Arnie 521 E. Eighth Street, South Boston School: High School of Commerce Activities: Basketball 4 HOWARD PLISKIN Howie 101 Stratton Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: SI, M3, C3, B2, Dl, H5 Activities: Patrol 4 EDWARD K. POTISCHMAN Big Ed 8 Hewins Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: C3; Lawrence Prize in C3 Activities: Science Club; Tennis 2 LAWRENCE J. PRIOR Larry 14 Marie Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Activities: 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 3, 4 POY T. QUAN Sammy 294 Washington Street, Brighton School: North Reading Jr. High Honor Averages: E3, F2, M2 ROBERT G. RAFFERTY Raff 16 Stonehurst Street, Dorchester School: Mather Honor Averages: E2, E3, HI, H4, LI, L2, SI, S2, S3, S4, M2, M3, Dl, II, Lawrence Prizes in II, S2, S3, S4 Activities: Science Club; Orchestra 1, 2 RICHARD D. REGAN Dicky 45 Matchett Street, Brighton School: Presentation Activities: Patrol 2; Baseball 3; Basketba.l 3; Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4 STEPHEN A. REIDY I 1 Rawston Rood, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: E2, E3, Fl AcMvities: 2nd Lieutenant; Track 3 MURRAY P. REISER 41 Holwor ' .hy Street, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: E2, Lt, Ml, HI H2, H4 Activities: Discussion Club: 1st Lieutenant CHARLES S. RIORDAN Chuck 3 Rock Street, Roxbury School: Holy Trinity Honor Averages: K2 Activities: Patrol 4 Room Councillor 4; Band 1 JEAN P. RIVARD Frog 398 Centre Street, Dorchester Schoo : St. Ann ' s Honor Averages: F2, Ql, Q2; Honor Roll 3 Activiiies: Yearbook Circulation 4; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Council- lor 4 STANLEY A. ROBERTS Stan 51 Rockland Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Drum and Fife 3; Track 3 JOHN V. ROCHE Jack 1 8 Rita Road, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Honor Averages: E2, HI, H2 Activities: Yearbook Circulation 4; Patrol 3; 2nd Lieutenant THOMAS J. ROCHE Rochey 215 South Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3 Activities: Football 3, 4 HOWARD F. ROCKSTROM Rocky 18 Garrett Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, F2, Gl, M3, P3 Activities: Chemistry and Photog- rophy Clubs; Band 2; Symphony Orchestra 1; 1st Lieutenant GEORGE A. ROEHLK High Pockets 138 Pleasant Street, Dorcticster School: Christopher Columbus High BERNARD R. ROMER Bunny 44 Wilmington Ave., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: G1, G2, M2 JOSEPH E. ROONEY Joe 45 Forest Street, Dorchester School: St. Patrick ' s Honor Averages: B1 Activities: Room Counciilor 2; Bas- ketball 3, 4; Football 2 JEROME J. ROSENSTEIN Jerry 19 Honsboro Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: G2, M4, D3, C4 Activities: Drum and Bug e 2 H4, PAUL ROSENSTEIN Pinney 26 Fessenden Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E3, H4, GI. G2 Activities: Discussion Club; Patrol 4; 2nd Lieutenant HAROLD H. RUBIN Rube 203 Woodrow Avenue, Dorchester School: Frank V, Thompson Honor Averages: £2, M2, M3, PI, P3 H4, F2, Gl, ROBERT J. RUSSO Bob 1069 Bennington St., East Boston School: Blackington Honor Averages: B2, D2, K3 Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CORNELIUS J. RYAN Joe 58 Union Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: SI Activities: Patrol 2; Drum Fife 3; Track 1, Golf 2 and RAYMOND D. RYAN 259 E. Eighth Street, South Boston School: St. William ' s Honor Averages: H6 Activities: Patrol 4; Room Council- lor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Orchestra 1; Baseball 4; Foot- ball 3; Hotkey Manager 4 THOMAS J. RYAN Tom 299 Dudley Street, Roxbury School: Dearborn Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, LI, Gl, G2, SI, S2, S3, Ml, M2, M3, Dl, P3; Fidelity Prize 2; Activities: Patrol 3; Room Ath- letic Councillor 2, 3; Captain A. LOUIS SALAMI 12 Pembroke Street, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: El, HI, H2, F2, Ml THOMAS SALAMI 1 2 Pembroke Street, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: El, E2, HI, H2, LI, Fl, F2, Ml, M2, Dl Activities: Record Representative 2; Captain WARREN SANDERSON Sandy 83 Coleman Street, Dorchester School: Mather Honor Averages: El, E3, HI, H4, SI, E2, S2, Ml, M2, M3, Dl Activities: Patrol 2, 3; 1st Lieuten- ant; Library Corps 2 MARINO J. SARNO Parko 13 Noyes P ace, Boston School: Michelangelo BIAGGIO SAVA Ben 35 Birch Road, Winthrop, Mass. School: John Cheverus Honor Averages: L2, M2, F2 Activities; Patrol 1, 2; 2nd Lieu- tenant JOHN S. SAVINO Johnny 6 Morgoret Street, Boston School: St. Anthony ' s Activities: Room Councillor 2; Football 3, 4 HAROLD M. SAWYER Hal 46 Lucerne Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: E3, LI, M2, M3 Activities: Treasurer French Club LOUIS A. SCAPICCHIO Louis 102 Salem Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Activities: Patrol 4 EDWARD H. SCHOW Red 82 Magnolia Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E3, H3, LI, B2 Activities: Patrol 4 HYMAN B. SEGAL Hy 60 Goodale Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, F2, F3, M2, B2, K2 Activities: Patrol 4 PHILIP L. SEGAL Philly 620 Norfolk Street, Mottapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, F2, F3, Gl, G2, M2, Dl, P3 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; French and Science Clubs; Patrol 3; Switchboard 3, 4 MITCHELL G. SELIG Mitch 19 Wales Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Honor Averages: LI, H4 Activities: Yearbook Staff; Adver- tising Manager 4; French and Camera Clubs; Patrol 4; Double " A " Personality; Headmaster MARTIN P. SEMANS Marty 17 Hiawatha Road, Mottapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: P 3 Activities: Yearbook Staff; Adver- tising 4; Patrol 4; Band 3, 4; Drum and Bug ' e 2; Drum and Fife 3 WILLIAM T. SHAHEEN Butsy 42 Bradford Street, Boston School: Public Lalin Activities; Baseball 3 KENNETH G. SHAWLIS Ken 54 Edison Green, Dorchester School: William E. Russell Honor Averages: HI, D2 Activities: Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Massachusetts Interschol- astic Championship Relay Team Captain of Track 4 EUGENE E. SHEEHY Gene 70 Grampian Way, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, LI, Ml, PI, P3 FREDERICK G. SHELBY 4 Asylum Street, Boston School: Holy Trinity Honor Averages: HI, Fl, Ml, Dl M2, JAMES J. SHERRY Jim 1 58 Nonontum Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Honor Averages: S2, M3, B2 SIDNEY R. SHERTER Red 65 Woolson Street, Mottapan School: Frank V. Thompson Honor Averages: H3, H4 Activities: Patrol Captain 4; Lieu- tenant CARL A. SHIFFMAN Corly 80 Hazleton Street, Mottapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, FI, F2, GI, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Lawrence Prizes in G2, and M3 Activities: Discussion and Science Clubs; Patrol 2; Yearbook Cir- culation 4; Captain SYDNEY W. SHIFFMAN Syd 5 Hopkins Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, L3, F2, F3, H3, M2, M3, PI, P3; Lawrence Prizes in E3 and H3, Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Camera and Discussion Clubs; French Club President; Patrol 3, 4; Room CouncLlor 3, 4; Captain GERALD SHULMAN Jerry 128 Devon Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E2, H3, G2, M2 Activities: Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Regimental Cham- pion; 2nd Lieutenant; Track 2, 3, 4 HYMAN B. SIEGAL Hy 131 Chambers Street, Boston School: William Blockstone Honor Averages: E3, LI, L2, F2, M2 Activiities: French and Camera Clubs; Patrol 4; Sergeant MARTIN R. SILBERT Sib 2 Wentworth Terrace, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Patrol 4 ROBERT M. SKINNER 37 Alpine Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Chess Club JOSEPH W. SLAMIN Joe 34 Dickinson Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Activities: Golf 3, 4 NATHAN SLAWSBY 6 Harvord Park, Dorchester School: Glens Fa ' ls, N. Y., High Honor Averages: E3, H3, Gl, M3, P3 Activities: Discussion Club; Band 3, 4; Captain ALBERT S. SMITH 152 Washington Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Activities: Photography Club DONALD S. SMITH 21 Friendship Road, Hyde Park School: Prince Honor Averages: El, E2, HI, H2, H4, Fl, DI; Fidelity Prize I HAROLD E. STERNBERG Hoi 109 Elm HlI Avenue, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Averages: H3, PI Activities: French Club; Patrol 4; Band 2, 3, 4 GEORGE W. SULLAS Lefty 21 Royal Street, Allston School: Public Latin Honor Averages: F2 EUGENE E. SULLIVAN 75 Moseley Street, Dorchester School: William E. Russell Activities: Patrol 4 JOHN J. SULLIVAN 28 Zeller Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Activities: Patrol 4 Football Assistant Manager 3 JOHN J. SULLIVAN 28 Priesing Street, Jamaica Plain School: St. Joseph ' s Activities: Patrol 2; Track 1 ROBERT W. KELLY Kel 126 Arlington Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Activities: Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 1, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Track 4 PAUL J. SULLIVAN P. J. 10 Rambler Road, Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Honor Averages: Fl Activities: Record Representative I ; Room Councillor 1; Hockey 2, 3; Letter ANGELO F. SUSI Fred 68 Cedrus Avenue, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: E3, PI Activities: Patrol 2, 3; Captain; Track 3 EDWARD A. SWEENEY Ed 9 Bishop Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E3, PI Activities: Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor tion 4 Yearbook Circula- BORIS SYLVESTRUCK Beau 92 West Cedar Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Honor Averages: M2, D6, H4 WARREN W. THOMPSON 543 Boylston Street, Boston School: Woodrow Wilson Activities: Patrol 2; Hockey Man- ager 4; Letter NASHAN J. TIKIJIAN Tic 392 Shawmut Avenue, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, H2, F], F2, F3, Gl, G2, Ml, M3, D1, P3 Activities: Science, French Discussion Clubs; Patrol 4; ecutive Committee 4 HI, M2, and Ex WILLIAM D. TILLY Bill 954 South Street, Rosjndale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, L2, F2, F3, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Room Councillor 3 FRANCIS A. TURCOTTE Turk 3 Cobden Street School: Theodore Honor Averages: Fl, F2, F3, Gl Roxbury Roosevelt El, Ml, E2, G2, M3, Dl E3, P3 DAVID D. UNDERWOOD Dave 63 Ottawa Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Activities: Patrol 2, 4 DONALD TOBIN Don 572 Harvard Street, Mattopan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, Gl, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Chess Club; Captain G2, ARAM G. TOROSIAN Toro 67 Pembroke Street, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, H2, Fl, F2, F3, Gl, G2, Ml, M2 M3, P3; Lawrence Prize H 1 Activities: Science, Camera, French and Discussion Clubs: Room Athletic Councillor 2; Captain; Basketball 1, 2 ARTHUR TUHNA Fish 8 Chiswick Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edsion Activities: Baseball 2; 3E, 4E; Foot- ball 3E, 4E; Track 2E, 3E, 4E JAMES A. VACCARO Jay 229 Marion Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Activities: Football 3, 4E; Track 2 JOSEPH VACCARO Joe 1 05 St. Andrew Road, East Boston School: Winthrop Junior High Honor Averages: El, E2, E3, HI, Fl F2, F3, Gl, Ml, M2, Dl, P3 Activities: Record Representative 2; French and Discussion Clubs Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2, 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 2 NICHOLAS G. VEKOS Nicky 18 Albion Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln JOHN A. VITELLARO Vito 169 Orange Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Honor Averages: Fl, PI Activities: Patrol 3; Lieutenant; Track 3 NAHUM M. WALOMAN Waldy 101 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Honor Averages: E2, E3, F2, F3, Gl, G2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Lawrence Prizes in Gl and F2 Activities: Chess, Discussion, and French Clubs; Patrol 4; 2nd Lieu- tenant EDWARD F. WALSH Eddie 27 Rosemary Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley JOHN J. WALSH 3 Shepard Place, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Activities: Hockey 3 RICHARD J. WALSH Honest Dick 58 Withington Street, Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Honor Averages: H 1 Activities: French Club; 2nd Lieu- tenant DONALD D. WATERS Don 32 Clearwater Drive, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Honor Averages: El, HI, LI, Ml, M2, S2, Dl, D2 Activities: Glee Club ROBERT S. WEINBERG Bob 1 Gannett Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: M2 Activities: Basketball 2 GERARD P. WEISS Jerry 67 Nightingale Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Honor Averages: E2, E3, F3, F4, Gl, G2, M2, M3, D6, P3; Law- rence Prize in D6; Fidelity Prize 3 Activities: Camera Club; President; 2nd Lieutenant HERBERT W. WENTZELL Bill 12 Heron Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw THOMAS R. WESTON 372 Longwood Avenue, Boston School: In Old Soybrook, Conn. Honor Averages: El, E2, HI, E7, L2, L3, SI, S2, M2, M3, PI, P3; Fidelity Prize in SI RALPH J. WHITEHOUSE 7 Cawfieid Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett DAVID A. WONG Dove 1273 Tremont Street, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Honor Averages: E3 Activities: Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Student Council 3, Football E3, E4; Letters HENRY A. YOUNG Hank 24 St. Peter Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Honor Averages: E2, E3, H3, Gl, M2, Dl Activities: Petrol 3; 1 st Lieutenant; Baseball Junior Varsity 3; Track 2 SHELDON D. ZIGELBAUM Ziggy 119 Washington Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Honor Averages: E2, E3, LI, F1, Gl, G2, M2, PI, P3 Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Sci- ence, Camera and Discussion Clubs; Patrol 3 LIVINGSTON WRIGHT, JR, Sunny Marshfield Hills, Mass. School: Marshfield High Activities: Camera Club; Orchestra 3; Lieutenant; Band 4; Basket- ball 2; Football 3; Track 3 WILLIAM Z. ZISI Dizzy 30 Appleton Street, Boston School: Rice Honor Averages: E3, E4, Ml, M2, M3, FI, Dl, P3; Fidelity Prize 2; Activities: Record Representative 2; Camera and Chemistry Clubs; Patrol 3; Room Councillor 2; Drum and Bugle 2; Football 3, 4; Track 3 !VDT THRD THE CAMERA ' S EYE . . . SIDNEY W. AGGER, 12 Auburn Street, Boston SALVATORE C. ALEO, JR., 406 Hanover Street, Boston JOHN R. ARMSTRONG, 42 Blokeville Street, Dorchester CHARLES F. BELKNAP, 47 Parkton Street, Jamaica Plain ALLEN BERNSTEIN, 7 Parkman Street, Boston LEONIDA BORGHI, 431 Boylston Street, Boston RAYMOND J. BOYLE, 5 Louise Park, Roxbury HERBERT L. BREWSTER, JR., 89 Harrison Street, Roxbury RONALD C. BRINKMAN, 49 Bataan Court, Roxbury THOMAS A. BUTLER, 164 Dorchester Street, Dorchester WILLIAM P. CONCANNON, 7 Frederick Street, South Boston EDWARD J. CONROY, 20 Bataan Court, Roxbury CLARENCE M. COOPER, 49 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury JOSEPH A. DeSISTO, 198 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury HUGH R. DeVRIES, 40 Isabelle Street, Boston LAWRENCE K. DOBKIN, 29 Babson Street, Mattapan JACK I. DROBNIS, 111 Maxwell Street, Dorchester EDWARD W. DUFAN, 25 Middleton Street, Dorchestpr JOSEPH F. FALCONE, 30 Staniford Street, Boston FRANCIS J. FEEHAN, 90 P Street, South Boston LOUIS A. FELONI, 63 Salem Street, Boston JOHN G. FERRANTE, 1054 Bennington Street, East Boston JOSEPH L. FINKEL, 27 Colwell Avenue, Brighton ERWYN H. FORBES, 20 Russell Street, Charlestown JAMES F. FREELEY, 788 Canterbury Street, Roslindale WILLIAM R. GALVIN, 16 Virgil Road, West Roxbury SOUREN GARABEDIAN, 339 Harrison Avenue, Boston ZACHARY H. GEANACOPOULOS, 37 Hanson Street, Boston FRANCIS B. GETTINGS, 22 Weitz Street, Allston MARTIN GOLDSTEIN, 43 Kerwin Street, Dorchester IRVING F. GREGORY, 390 Marlboro Street, Boston JAMES HODGE, 231 Shawmut Avenue, Boston ROBERT J. HASENFUS, 15 Kirk Street, West Roxbury BERNARD N. HAYES, 162 W. Canton Street, Boston WILLIAM E. HENDERSON, 34 Hautevale Street, Roslindain BERNARD J. HINES, 423 Dudley Street, Roxbury MYRON J. HIRSCH, 35 Boird Street, Dorchester EDWARD G. HOFFMAN, 47 Hooker Street, Allston ROBERT L. JONES, 58 Burrell Street, Roxbury ANGELO KALTOS, 118 Cedar Street, Roxbury BERNARD KAUFMAN, 23 Wilmore Street, Mattapan RENE V. LAFOND, 81 Barry Street, Dorchester NORMAN LEVIN, 18 Hildreth Street, Dorchester ALLAN J. LEVINE, 138 Cal ender Street, Dorchester RICHARD H. LOMBARDI, 15 Lucas Street, Boston VICTOR L. MocNEIL, 64 Thetford Avenue, Dorchester THOMAS F. MARTIN, 17 Leslie Street, Dorchester FERNANDO J. MAURO, 23 Cork Street, Boston ERNEST MILLS, 24 Americon Legion Highway, Dorchester ROBERT L. MITCHELL, 114 Appleton Street, Boston FRANCIS J. MUlSE, 17 Waldemar Street, East Boston ROBERT L. MURPHY, 675 Adams Street, Dorchester ANTOUN K. NASHAWATY, 283 Bellevue Street, West Roxbur MORTON S. NASON, 1463 Blue Hill Avenue, Mattapan JERALD S. NEVINS, 9 Egremont Road, Brighton JOHN W. NIXON, 194 School Street, Roxbury ROBERT L. PARR, 223 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury FRED W. POITRAST, 21 DaHon Street, Boston WALTER POLISHUK, 453 Mam Street, Charlestown VINCENT A. POLITO, 9 Lexington Avenue, East Boston RICHARD P. RICLES, 1534 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton ROBERT F. RILEY, 15 Hopkins Road, Jamaica Plain ROBERT A. SACCO, 142 St. Andrew Road, East Boston EUGENE PHILLIPS, 19 Ashton Street, Dorchester ROBERT G. SEWALL, 106 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury HERBERT SHANKMAN, 52 Mt. Hood Road, Brighton WILLIAM E. SHAW, 25 Wilcox Road, Dorchester PAUL R. SINGER, 414 Norfolk Street, Dorchester VINCENT E. SISK, 736 E. Sixth Street, South Boston PAUL SMITH, 27 Duke Street, Mattapan AVON W. SNELL, 407 Columbus Avenue, Boston ALPHONSE R. SOLDANI, 328 Sumner Street, East D =,ijri GEORGE SPECTOR, 47 Ellington Street, Dorchester JOSEPH D. SPINAZZOLO, 10 Grantland Street, Jamaica Plom HERBERT D. STONE, 55 Goodale Rood, Mattapan WILLIAM STONE, 247 Chambers Street, Boston MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN, 33 Fulda Street, Roxbury CLYDE R. TAYLOR, 192 West Springfiled Street, Boston ELLIOTT A. TEFFT, 81 Euston Road, Brighton JAMES F. WALDRON, 32 Blenford Road, Brighton EUGENE M. WALSH, 113 Magnolia Street, Dorchestpr ROBERT E. WARD, 86 Carver Street, Boston FREDERICK C. WASHINGTON, 764A Shawmut Avenue, Boston VICTOR J. WOLOWICZ, 139 West Ninth Street, South Boston ROBERT D. WRIGHT, 40 Bradfield Avenue, Roslindale ' e f ciij nLute to tlie . iumni C ne . J undred and uienti - Seven l e ■ Jdai e Served ivitli I i itincfi n f eace and in WJc . on ' af CADET CORPS OFFICERS We Dur Military LIF.IJTEIVAIVT-CDLDIVFL WILLIAM H. MEMIX, 11 Citation for Award of Army Commendation Ribbon In recognition of his superior per- formance of duty during the period 27 March, 1 944, to 1 7 May, 1 946, OS Chief, Athletic and Recreation Branch, Headquarters First Service Command. His worl . in providing and maintaining expert supervision of all athletic and recreation ac- tivities at installations for thou- sands of hospitalized patients and camp personnel has been an out- standing achievement due to- his demonstrated knowledge of ath- letic and recreation facilities and activities. His sound judgment in a supervisory capacity, and his fervent desire to carry out his duties and responsibilities have contributed greatly in maintaining the morale of wounded veterans and servicemen at a high level. Salute Drill Instmclnrs Citation for Award of Bronze Star Lieutenant Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, 0-179949, Infantry, United States Army. For meritorious achieve- ment in direct support of combat operations against the enemy at Tachloban, Leyte, Philippines, from 25 February, 1945, to 6 April, 1945, and Batangas, Luzon, Philippines, from 7 April, )945, to 13 July, 1945. As Civil Affairs Officer of Base R, Lieutenant Colonel Driscoll was re- sponsible for organizing and super- vising the Civil Affairs Section of this headquarters. He was faced with a critical shortage of personnel, labor, and transportation. Despite these ob- stacles, and by virtue of his superior technical knowledge, diligence and initiative. Lieutenant Colonel Driscoll successfully completed his mission in a highly exemplary manner. His out- standing performance reflects great credit upon himself and upon the military service. LULUIVLL JUStPH MlK. UHlJiLULL, 13 — — — „,.--. — „ -.. „ - - ■ ' ■ " ■ DUH PRIZE Wm mG DRUM MU HUGLE EDRPS Bugle Captain, Frederick N. Gamer, ' 48 Drum Major, Gerald J. Holtz, ' 48 Instructor, Mr. Joseph Donovan Drummers: Robert Aizley, Matthew Arena, Stanley Bello, Marvin Sermon, Rex Bicchieri, Dana Bonner, Alexander Buonaugurio, William Bynum, Richard Capoblanco, Gerald Cowley, John Dell ' Orfono, Lawrence Dobkin, Leonard Gallagher, Emanuel Home, James Kennan, Sterling Kirby, Charles Kvicola, James Lahage, Leon Litman, Ovid MacKinnon, Robert Meekins, Ernest Messina, David Miles, Richard Mould, Burton Neitermon, Lewis Pemberton, Benjamin Rosoles, Eugene Sullivan, William Sweeney, and Joseph Ward. Buglers: Herman Capillo, Ronald Carter, John Covell, Anthony D ' Amato, Kenneth Davis, Thomas Eagan, John Foley, Paul Gaffney, Ernest Getz, Donald Giorgio, William Highland, Joseph Letorney, Daniel MacQuarrie, John Marcelino, James McDonough, William Mc- Fcrlane, Quentin Miles, Daniel Moriarty, Alfred Sowan, John Word, and Harold Wortman. DLR CITY CHAMPIONSHIP MILITARY HANU Band Captain, Nathan Slawsby, ' 48 Director, Mr. Edward J. Conneli Drum Major, Arthur M. Simon, ' 49 Instructor, Mr, Joseph Trongone Clarinefs: John Adams, Gerald Amirault, Frank Bonarrigo, Gyrome Forman, Michael Fucillo, Joseph Gleason, Fred Goodrum, Walter Holman, Leon Kessler, Richard Lombcrdi, Othon Mavro, Edward Meekins, Theophilus McKmney, Eugene Morris, Richard Pacifico, Robert Shannon, Harold Sternburg, Raymond Tremlett, Earl Weiss, and Victor Wolowicz. Saxophones: Vincent Albonese, Reginald Alleyne, Robert Mason, Thomas Pickard, and Dennis Shepard. Basses: Thomas Clegg, baritone; Anthony Conigliaro, trombone; Kenneth Cullivan, bass; Richard Eastty, trombone; Ralph Lanciano, alto horn; Lawrence Pierce, trombone; Howard Rockstrom, trombone; Robert Tomulis, bass; and John Walsh, trombone. Tt ' umpets: Carl Cederquist, Paul Chalmers, John Clegg, John Dunn, Sidney Fox, Harvey Fritz, Morton Green, Bruce Hadley, Stephen Holeman, Frank Mari- nelli, Robert Mitchell, John Post, Robert Russo, Robert Rutfield, Paul Sandler, Joseph Seserman, Erwin Small, Daniel Tully, Edward Worth, and Livingston Wright. Drums: Joseph Berlinguet, Irving Busny, Walter Carey, Leo Doherty, Donald Kob- rin, James Kvicala, Lawrence Lookner, Charles Morse, Stanley Shaft, Herbert Shankman, Jules Van Schelt, Lewis Weisberg, and Robert Wells. Dur Director EDWARD J. CONNELL Master at E. H. S. 1920 — 1948 CUMMISSIDIVED OFFICERS HF THE FIRST REGIMEl T First Row: Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Joseph Braccia, Saverio Grande, Stephen Bosco, Jr., Alan Elkins, George Koulouriotis, Bock Chin, Archie Khachadoorian, John Vltellaro, Lieutenant-Colonel William Meanix Second Row: Herbert Brody, William Francis, Alfred Barnet, Allan Chin, Fred Susi, Simeon Gershman, Jimmie Goon, Henry Mooncai Third Row: Earl Buzzell, Richard Bumstead, Paul Cohen, David Binch, William Cicco ' o, Walter Gill, Peter Foundas Fourth Row; Edward Hines, James Boyd, Francis Howard, Robert Francis, Robert Lowery, Thomas Murphy, Robert Nystrom First llHijiiiiniit LumputiiivL ' Urill — Luiuniissiuiis Vwariletl and PrizL ' s Won Colonel Walter F Gill Lieutenant-Colonel William G. Francis Moior (2nd BatJ Henry W Mooncai Major (1st BatJ. Robert E. Francis Major (3rd Bat.) Archie Khachadoorian Sergeant Martin A. Sidman Corporal Stanley Abrams Corporal Louis A. Salami Private Paul R. Singer Private Walter NeHalsingh INDIVIDUAL DRILL Private Ronald Krause Private Biaggio Sava Private Merrill S. Cohen Private Marvin Feinman Private Harold E. Barron CDMMlSSiDI ED OFFICERS UF THE SECDIVD REGIMENT COMMISSIONED OFFICERS First Row: Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Arnold Ehrlich, Eli Factor, Bernard Kummins, Aram Torosian, John Ferns, John O ' Bryant, Joseph Flicop, Lawrence Goldstein, Lieutenant- Colonel William Meanix Second Row: Martin Silbert, Jaspei Inserro, Cornelius Ryan, Edward Conroy, Fred Susi, Gerald bhulman, Nicholas Kotapski Third Row: Robert Ferroll, Nicholas Koines, Nashan Tikijian, Joseph Vaccaro, John LaCascia, Donald Waters, Avon Snell Fourth Row: Clarence Cooper, Gera ' d Holland, John Kennedy, Benedict Horowitz, Dana Doherty Sl ' ldhiI Huijiiiiiiut Luiii|iutitivL ' Urill — Loiiiiiiissiuiis Iwarduil and FrizHs Won Colonel Edward P. Donoghue Lieutenant Colonel Angelo F. Susi Ma|or (2nd BotJ John D. O ' Bryant Major (1st Bat.) Thomas J. Ryan Major (3rd Bat.) Avon W. Snell INDIVIDUAL DRILL Sergeant John Chronis Sergeant Allan Gordon Corporal Allan Getman Corporal William C. Izzo Private Paul R. Quirk Private Raymond T. Carmichael Private Rubin Marvin Private Maxwell R. Krozy Private Louis Keimach Private Allan Morse CDMMISSIDIVED OFFICERS DF THE THIRD HEGIMEIVT First Row: Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Malcolm Arth, Emanuel Pandos, Thomas Chlsholm, Paul Rosenstein, Anthony DiMaio, Edward Donoghue, Haskell Kaizerman, Lieutenant Colonel vVilliam H. Meanix Second Row: Robert Meanix, Robert Freedman, Howard Dusharme, Albert Fadoul, Richard Norton, Jordan Hirshfield Third Row: Thomas Keene, William Zisi, Gerald Weiss, Robert Carter, John Allen, Leonard Aronson Third Heqiment Competitive Urill — CDininissions Awarded and Prizes Won Colonel Peter 5. Copernoros Lieutenant Colonel Robert W. Meanix Major (2nd Bat.) Robert L. Carter, Jr. Major (1st Bat.) Emanuel J. Pandos Major (3rd Bat.) John J. Kennedy 1st Sergeant Henry W. Peele Sergeant Serafino S. Perra Corporal Richard H. Lannigan Private Stanley R. Alpers Private John F. Mahoney INDIVIDUAL DRILL Private Alfred E. Jordan Private David C. Bloom Private George Lilakos Private Stanley Corman Private Benjamin M. Fuccillo CDMMISSIDIVED OFFICERS OF THE FDLHTH REGIMENT First Row: Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll, Robert Itrl, Richard Gardner, Gerald Eidelman, Carmine DeCrlstotaro, Daniel Capodi- lupo, Salvatore Alec, Alvan Garber, Lieutenant Colonel Willliam H. Meonix Second Row: Marvin Myerson, Charles Kasparlan, Jerome Maltz, James Gibson, Peter Capernaros, Paul McManus Third Row: Kenneth Goldstein, Joseph Golden, Howard Fales, Harold Linder, Charles Madden Fourth Hiiginient Competitive Drill — Commission;! Awarded and Prizes Won Colonel Edward G. Mines Lieutenant Colonel George H. Koulouriotis Major (2nd Bat.) Kenneth Goldstein Major (1st Bat.) Salvatore C. Aleo, Jr. Major {3rd Bat.) Charles M. Madden Sergeant Marvin G. Gorodetzer Sergeant Joseph J. Freeman Corporal Warren P. Seaward Corporal Charles Gallagher Corporal Frank A. Giuffre INDIVIDUAL DRILL Private Domenic Bruno Private Kenneth J. Golden Private Richard Spillane Private Leo Costa Private Robert J. Gravallese ENGLISH HIGH CADET CDflPS 0 PAMDE Awarded Second Place for Proficiency in Marching May 23, 1948 Whether coming years Bring peace or clanging war. All that we have and are We pledge to thee, D Wonderful and Fair. Dur Country! Show thy need and we will dare! VICTDHY SDIVG Tune: " Vagabond King " Bang that line for English! Down that field for English! Onward, on to Victory! Vagabonds of Football, Let the foe have your all — Onward. On to Victory. Onward, Onward On to Victory, Forword, Forward, Slash ' em, bang ' em, rip ' em, fight ' em! Sons of blue streaked thunder, Rip that line asunder! Onward! On to Victory. SENIOR ACTIVITIES CHEER LEADERS OF 1947-1498 Kneeling; Walter H. Heil, Henry W. Mooncai, Jr. Standing: Joseph Schonzer, Head Cheerleader Joseph L. Golden, Dona G. Doherty PrnsRiitinij . . . Thn Sports Rncord Varsity Letter Winners Sclinni Drqanizatinns FDDTBALL BostDH ConfnrRncn Champinns First Row: Kenneth Shawlis, John Sovino, Daniel Brosnohan, Mario Dell ' Orfano, Head Master Walter F. Downey, William Jennings, Chris Karys, Nicholas Giordano, Theodore Eisenstadt Second Row: Faculty Manager J. Clifford Roncin, Head Coach Bernard J. Kilroy, Peter Atsales, Paul Heffernan, Douglas Mac Masters, Zachary Geanacopoulos, Arthur Tuhna, John Limoncelli, Hugh McGourty, William Farrell, Richard Baxter, Assistant Coach George L. O ' Connell, Manager Irwin Karas Third Row: John Sylvester, Peter Poulos, Peter Ciccarelli, IRichard Butera, David Wong, Leonard Ridini, Walter Cahill, Theodore Howe, Albert DiBlasi Fourth Row: Philip Semans, Thomas Murphy, Joseph Roonpy, Robert Postman, Robert Griffin, Howard Harrison, Joseph De Giacomo, Richard Reaon The Soasnn ' s Record English High 13 Groton School 13 English High 6 Roxbury Memorial 7 English High 28 Technical High 6 English High 12 Dorchester High 0 English High 19 High School of Commerce 0 English High 26 Trade High 7 English High 26 Boston Latin School 13 BERNARD J. KILROY Well Done, Bernie ! Mr. Bernard J. Kilroy came to English High School in 1945, succeeding Mr. William H. Ohrenberger as head coach of football, baseball ond hockey. Brilliant coaching records of two decades, limited athletic facilities at Montgomery Manor, remoteness of prac- lice fields from the school constituted difficult handicaps for any newly appointed head coach. Bernie, however, is a resolute fellow who knows the game and how to teach it. Under his direction the Blue and Blue continued on the victory march, always in accom- plishment and in sportsmanship a credit to their coach and their school. A deserved promotion in the Boston school system has compelled Mr. Kilroy to relinquish his coaching duties here. Faculty and student body, particularly the boys who played on his teams, wish him continued success. Kick-off TimK at the Stadium: . . . . Two great leaders .... Wearing number 75 is Captain Paul Mabry of Latin .... Number 43 is Cap- tain Mario DeirOrfano, quarterback of the English eleven ready to pilot his team to victory. Harvard Stadium, Thanksgiving Day, 1947 Blue Skies — A Blue and Blue Victory Winnnrs of thn Varsity E Richard Adell, Peter Atsales, Robert Brooks, Daniel Brosnahan, Richard Butera, Mario Cove lucci, Peter Cicccrelli, James De Giacomo, Mario DeH ' Orfcno, Albert Di Blasi, Theodore Eisenstadt, William Farrell, Jameson Finneron, Philip Gray, Robert Griffin, Howard Harrison, Paul Heffernon, Theodore Howe, William Jennings, Christ Karys, John Limoncelli, Douglas McMasters, Hu gh McGourty, James M. Murphy, Thomas Murphy, Robert Postman, Peter Poulos, Richard Regan, Leonard Ridini, John Sovino, Philip Semans, Kenneth Shawlis, John Sylvester, Arthur Tuhna, James Vaccoro, Raymond Waters, David Wong, Manager Joseph T. Murphy, and Harold Wortman. BASKETBALL Victors Over A HrillianI Purpli; First Row: Ccoch Arthur J. Sullivan, Henry Regan, Arnold Plevock, Captain Allan Bernstein, Robert Griffin, Edward Opper, and Headmoster Walter F Downey Second Row: John O ' Bryant, Myer Swartzt, Herbert Willman, Richord Young, John Ciccolo, Richard Dixon, Alfred Jordan, and Manager Donald Hughes. Winners nf the Varsity E in Basketball Captain, Allan Bernstein; Manager, Donald Hughes; Richard Dixon, Robert Griffin, Alfred Jordan, John O ' Bryant, Edward Opper, Arnold Plevock, Henry Regan, Myer Swartz, Herbert Willman SHOTS AT THE BASKET Do you remember . . , when Eddie Opper was in the game for the Blue and Blue? . . . When Bobby Griffin bumped his head on the backboard and split it (the backboard, that is)? . . . Arnie Plevock ' s seven for seven foul tries against Latin? . . . Dixon ' s timely push-up shot that helped us beat Trade in an overtime period? . . . Al Bernstein ' s deadly eye that never missed either a basket or a cute number in the stands? . . . Al Jordan ' s tricky tries from the foul line? . . . Hank Regan ' s terrific playmaking? . . . Ciccolo, a good bucket man? . . . Coach Sullivan ' s beaming smiles after ths Latin game? . . . That ' s all, fellows, but here ' s hoping for the Eastern Massachusetts championship for the old Blue and Blue . . . soon! The Season Dn the Court English High 23 CojTimerce 27 English High 55 Roslindale 13 English High 51 Jamaica Plain 29 English High 46 Trade High 42 English High 27 East Boston 34 Eng.lish High 49 Memorial 31 English High 29 South Boston 35 English High 24 Boston College High 29 English High 48 Hyde Park 52 English High 52 Vocational 38 English High 48 Dorchester 42 English High 39 Charlestown 32 English High 60 Brighton 19 English High 30 Technical 28 English High 46 Latin 27 Leading Scorer; Arnold Plevock, ' 48, with 221 points HOCKEY COACH STEWART ' S FIRST E. H. S. TEAM First Row: Harold Duffy, John Hardy, John Karle, Captain William Jennings, William Brown, George Holland, and James Crawford. Second Row: Coach William J. Stewart, Manager Ray Ryan, Alan Bauer, Paul Quirk, John Walsh, Dana Doherty, Wilfred Hynes, Warren Thompson, and Heod aster Walter F. Downey Third Row: William Henderson, Edward Miller, Vincent Carolan, David Pierre, Richard Fechtor, Joseph Lousararian Winners nf the Varsity E in Huckey Captain, William E. Jennings; Manager, Raymond D. Ryan; Alan Bauer, William Brown, Vincent Carolan, James Crawford, Dana Doherty, Harold Duffy, Richard Fechtor, John Hardy, William Henderson, George Holland, Wilfred Hynes, John Karle, Edward Miller, David Pierre, Paul Quirk, Raymond Ryan, John Walsh, Joseph Lousararian THE SEASON ' S RECORD ON ICE English High 10 Trade High 1 English High 1 Roxbury Memorial 1 English High 2 High School of Commerce 2 English High 1 1 Dorchester High 0 English High 1 Lawrence Academy 5 English High 2 Technical High 2 English High 1 Boston Latin School 2 TRACK First Row: Arnold Soklad, Robert Deans, Perry Constos, Mario Covalucci, Charles Kersey, Olivia Brennan, William Conlon, Edmund Foster, Gastrel Riley, Erwin Chester, Robert Kelly, Kenneth Ballou. Second Row: Coach, Mr. Ronon, Manager, Joseph Golden, Robert DIFilippo, Ignatius Firengo, Angelo Adams, Albert DiBlasI, John Sylvester, Dennis Shepherd, Joseph Joyce, Virgilio Vente, James Hodge, Arnold Canty, Francis Proctor, Edward Griffiths Edwin Burke, Donald DeMole, Eugene Wclcott, Ronald Morris, William Brown, Arthur Kagno, Ronald Stokes, Headmaster Walter F. Downey Third Row: William O ' Keefe, John Counihan, Alfred DiRienzo, Louis Prout, John Scott, John Delaney, Gerald O ' Leary, Ovid McKinnon, Leonard Newman, Edward McForland, Charles Belknap, Robert Kalgeros, Gerald Kaufman, Arthur Tuhna, John Allen, John Sullivan, Eugene Washington, Charles Floyd, John Robinson Fourth Row: Thomas Flaherty, Daniel Brosnohan, Leroy Davis, Morton Ribak, Gyrome Forman, Harold Jackson, Paul Thomas, George Roeikh, Pasquale Lochiatto, George Fowler, Arnold Howe, Stephen Holeman, William Shaw, Alan Howe, Jason Goldman, Donald Shruhan In their first quadrangular meet of the seobon, the members of Coach Cliff Ronan ' s track team rolled up a total of 17P i as against 57 for Roxbury Memorial, 41 for Com- merce, and 27 ' ,4 for Trade. For our money, Jerry Shulman and " Nino " Diblasi stole the show at the Northeastern meet. No, not for their running, which was fine, but the way they looked in those oversized sweat suits. As for the serious side of the meet, Ken Shawlis really looked good in the 300, as did the rest of the boys in their respective events. The members of the relay team gave out- standing performances. That was a nice trophy we got when all five of our relay teams placed in the Relay Carnival. The Class A-B and Class C teams took firsts. There ' s not much to say about the state meet. Little Eddie Griffith did a fine job in trying to fill the shoes of Captain Ken Shawliss, who was ill, but he lacked experience. The whole team did their best, but we were just outclassed. One bright spot in the meet was Bill Conlon trying to put the shot through the roof. We told you. Bill, it ' s distance, not height that counts. Then came the Reggies, with the English trackmen still trying to win a big meet, and win they did! All three of our relay teams came through with first places and many indi- vidual firsts were also gathered. Among these was Ed Griffith ' s record smashing win in the Class C 220 yard dash. We still think he ' s jet propelled. Conference Winners of the Year Mr. Victor Campbell presents Boston Trade High School Alumni Association trophy to English High School. The Blue and Blue scored the most points in the 1948 City of Boston Relay Carnival. Mr. Lauchlin McDonald presents the Boston Trade High School Alumni Association trophy to English High as the City of Boston Football Conference Champion of 1947. Receiving the awards in behalf of their school are Headmaster Walter F. Downey, Faculty Manager of Athletics and Track Coach J. Clifford Ronan, and Francis Proctor, captain-elect of track. (Photograph is through the courtesy of the Boston Herald-Traveler.) WiiiHGrs of the Varsity E in Track Angelo Adams, Kenneth Bollou, Charles Belknap, A. Joseph Calkins, Arnold Canty, Erwin Chester, J. William Conlon, Perry Constas, Mario Covalucci, Leroy Davis, Robert Deans, Albert Di Blasi, Thomas Flaherty, Edmund Foster, George Fowler, Manager Alvon Gorber, Joseph Golden, Edward Griffith, James Hedge, Stephen Holeman, Alan Howe, Arnold Howe, Harry Jackson, Robert Kelley, Charles Kersey, Posquale Lochi- atto, Theophilus McKinney, Robert Meonix, Ronald Morris, Leonard Newman, William O ' Keefe, Gerald O ' Leary, Francis Prcctor, Lewis Prout, Morton Ribak, Gastrel Riley, John Rob- inson, Arnold Saklad, John Scott, Kenneth Showlis, Gerald Shulmon, John Sullivan, Paul Thomas, Arthur Tuhna, Eugene Walcott, Eugene Washington, and Eugene Whiteman. GERALD SHULMAN, ' 48 Star 300-yard and relay man HEGIMEIVTAL EHAMPIDIVS KENNETH G. SHAWLIS, ' 48 Captain of track and Northeastern 300-yard Champion Quad Meet — E. H. S., Roxbury Memorial, Commerce, and Trade. Winner, E. H, S., 1 7 P 4 points. Northeastern University Interscholastic Track Meet — E. H. S. second, 13 points. Quad Meet — E. H. b., B. C. High, and Roxbury Memorial. Winner, E. H. 5., 140 points. Boston High School Relay Carnival — E. H. S., Class AB, Class C teams first place, allteams placed. Novice Meet — all city schools. Winner E. H. S., 102 points. State Meet — E. H. S., sixth place, 6 points Quad Meet — E. H. S., Latin, Tech, and Trade. Winner, E. H. S. 1501 2 points. Regimental Meet — E. H. S., first place, 86 V2 points. Winner of track awards in 1948 were Bob Meanix, ' 48, and Alan Howe, ' 52. Years ago. Bill Meanix, ' 11, and Irving Howe, ' 13, were brilliant among the track luminaries of the world. Both dads were members of the relay team which set the world ' s record for the mile at the Penn Relays in their day. It was altogether fitting that in 1948, Bob Meanix should receive his track letter from his father and that Alan should receive his award from his dad. VARSITY BASEBALL First Row; Joseph Lousarorian, Francis McCabe, Charles Hanson, Captain Mario DeH ' Orfono, William Jennings, Richard Koury, Michael Mercadante Second Row: Coach William J. Stewart, AAanager Paul E. Mc Manus, Henry Young, Lawrence Prior, Lawrence Wasserman, John Karle, Vincent McKenna, Assistant Coach Joseph Sheehan, Head Master Walter F. Downey Third Row: Richard Fechtor, William Brown, Herbert Shankman, Harold Duffy, Raymond Mellone, Yale Altman, Thomas Whalen, Francis Regan, John Sylvester Fourth Row: Irwin Chester, John Dobbs, Joseph Rooney, Theodore Eisenstadt, Robert Kelley, Stanley Koffman Winners uf thu Varsity E in Baseball Captain, Mario J. Dell ' Orfano, ' 48; Manager, Paul McManus, ' 48; Yale Altman, Daniel Brosnahan, William Brown, Irwin Chester, John Dobbs, Theodore Eisenstadt, Richard Fechtor, Charles Hanson, Edward Hunter, William Jennings, Robert Kelley, Stanley Koff- man, Richard Koury, Joseph Lousarorian, Francis McCabe, Vincent McKenna, Michael Mercadante, Lawrence Prior, Francis Regan, Herbert Shankman, John Sylvester, Law- rence Wasserman, Thomas Whelan, Henry Young Early Pruiuisii — 134B The team btarted rolling with a 5-4 win over Commerce and followed with a 9-8 victory over Roxbury Memorial, which was highlighted by Yale Altman ' s triple with the bases loaded. The double blue batsmen then travelled to Groton, where they went down to defeat, by a score of 5- 1 . Two days later came the English vs. Charlestown game, and a fifteen run third inning, highlighted by Dan Brosnahan ' s three run homer, climaxed an English runaway. Score 24-1. Our baseball team then went on to beat Dorchester, 8-5, aided by the hitting of John Sylvester, who was subbing for Buck Jennings. With the fine hitting, fielding, and pitching which they have displayed so far this year, they look like a formidable outfit. Anyway, we wish Coach Stewart and Captain Dell ' Orfano the best of luck with their team. The Season ' s Recurd English Higfi 5 Commerce 4 English High 9 Memorial 8 English High 1 Groton School 5 English High 24 Charlestown 1 English High 8 Dorchester 5 English High 9 Vocational 4 English High 13 East Boston 9 English High 4 Medford 4 English High 21 Brighton 4 English High 10 Roslindole 7 English High 4 Technical 3 English High I Lawrence Academy 2 English High 2 Hyde Park 5 English High 1 Trade High 0 English High 4 Boston College High 7 English High 5 Jamaica Plain 1 English High 3 Boston Latin 4 RECORD AD STAFF CHESS CLUB ORCHESTRA SYPHDNMIVS HEADMASTERS AIDES SCIEIVCE CLUB LIBRARY CORPS SPORTS MAIVAGEflS GLEE CLUB STUDEIVT CDUIVCIL FHEIVCH CLUB The History of the Class of 1948 We march in the 125th Anniversary Parade, May 7. 1946 Here we are at Tremont Temple. Mr. Downey has completed his address and we ore now being called one by one for the final handshake. The air is charged with the tenseness of the scene. As we step eagerly toward the platform, we pause momentarily to remember the carefree school days which are now drawing their lost breath. How clearly we can pic- ture our very first day at English High School. FRESHMAN YEAR As we tripped lightly down the stairway of the Elevated, our little hearts were over- flowing in apprehension. Bravely we filled our lungs with the sweetly scented air and off we dawdled down Dover Drive. No matter what our minds may have conjured up previously as to the appearance of Montgomery Manor, we were all shocked into silence by the breathtaking beauty of this monument designed by some slightly neurotic architect. It immediately conveyed to our undeveloped brains the picture of a medieval castle studded with numerous buttresses, towers, and turrets. We were too young and innocent, however, to visualize the torture chambers, the dungeons, and the acid rooms which are also essential ports of a castle. We learned though, .... AND HOW! Once inside the majestic portals, we were challenged by several weird savages conspicu- ous by their blue arm bands and jewel encrusted collars. We later learned to respect these poor specimens just as we respected their predecessors, the Gestapo. We learned many things that first year. We found that the third floor cross corridor, the South Side elevator, and the roof swimmmg pool existed only in the warped minds of the upperclassmen. We learned more than this, however. We learned the glorious history of our school, and more than that, we learned democracy, for our school, like our nation, is composed of boys of various nationalities and faiths. Yes, we learned many things that year, and we accomplished many things too. We beat Latin School in the traditional game, and we were proud when we sow Bucky Jennings receive his letter in hockey, since he was the only Freshman to so distinguish him- self. It was a great year for all of us and it was one which will remain treasured among our fondest memories. The following year we would be Sophomores (most of us anyway). SOPHOMORE YEAR For some of us this was the first year, but for all of us it was one to remember. Upon entering the building we were immediately dazzled by the paint job which had been ad- ministered during our absence. Also there were several new features. No longer were we to be befuddled with rotating programs. (We never did know where we were supposed to be on which day, but it afforded us an opportunity to cut a class once in a while with the excuse that we didn ' t know where we belonged), Also this year we found we had seven periods in- stead of SIX, and we were almost sure that we knew which side was North and which side was South. This was the year that Mr. Barber endeavored tu teach us the difference between an angle and on angel. This was also the year when the Turkey game was played practically under water. The score of 0-0 was indeed a tribute to the courage of both teams. A little later in the year our baseball team worked their way up to a position in the State Tourna- ment. However even these events were overshadowed by our 125th anniversary celebration which was climaxed with a parade, a ball game, banquets, and the visit by alumni from all sections of the country. When June rolled around, we were so happy that we did not want to leave for our summer parole. However, after much persuasion, we separated from our school reluctantly with high hopes for our Junior year. JUNIOR YEAR This was the first year in which we exercised our franchise. We elected Dan Dough- erty our president and Andrew MocAulay our vice-president. Their campaign speeches were nothing short of marvelous. We, the voters, were promised everything within and without reason. We were most disappointed in the failure to receive official approval on the T. T. T. G. H. S. project, the Tunnel to Girls ' High School. During the year we were approached by some super salesmen. As we shook hands they slipped bands on our ring fingers; yelled, " Seven and a half! " Took five bucks, and then removed the bonds. Thus were we fitted for our class rings. We made the headlines in the Spring when the boilers caught fire, and we were forced against our will to take a half holiday. Of course our tears quickly extinguished the flames. Seiiiur Year At last we were the big wheels, without whom the school would cease to function. We were strong, brave, industrious, and brilliant. Gee whiz, we were Seniors. Twenty-five days, nine hours, ten minutes, fourteen seconds and two ticks after school convened, we received our symbols of authority — our class rings. We won ' t say that they were big, but Haskell Kaiserman mistook his for a bracelet. Shortly after this episode we elected the two countrymen, Capernaros and Koulouriotis, our president an d vice-president. In the annual grid classic at the Stadium, our team, captained by Mario Dell ' Orfano, thoroughly trounced Latin 26 to 13. Not only was this on honor to the school but it was also a glowing farewell tribute to a great coach and a swell guy, Bernie Kilroy. By copping this game we took the city championship right from under the nose of South Boston High School. Along about March we started to give Doc Frazier a smile and a cheery " hello " to see if he would give us a little help concerning admission to college. While waiting for this noble soothsayer ' s advice, one lad missed 1 7 classes and 3 lunches. But we can say that Doc really did a swell job and we appreciate it. From this time until April 15th there was much activity in the drill hall. We were preparing to march in prize drill. How we pitied the poor captain who had a Freshman company. Yes, time has passed so quickly that the memory of what happened even yesterday is difficult to recall. But we know that in years to come when perfiops we shall need the happy thought, there will always be some fond recollection of E. H. S. to be relived. CHUISIIVG THE CQRRIDDR5 WITH COLLEGE DAYS AHEAD By Leon J. Afamian I am now taking off from 101, my home base, in my new jet plane, the " Blue Blue. " This is my last cruise over the familiar block and white marble corridors. As the ship rises above the surging mob of intellects, it barely skims the protruding head of BOB GRIFFIN, a menace to Jack Benny ' s Hooper rating after his Class Day oration .... The first thing I observe is six blonde hair nets hanging from an ornate chandelier. Below it, YALE ALTMAN is standing on BOB ABBOT ' S shoulders groping for them . . . Whizzing by 105, I see PETE CICCARELLI sliding under the door with his attendance sheets, and ALAN BAUER right behind with the cut slips . . . Lurking in the shadows of the statue, MITCH SELIG is busy selling his black market flowers . . . Careening into the cross-corridor, I pause momentarily in front of the Library and witness KEN GOLDSTEIN whipping my colleagues, ARTH, KASPARIAN, ELKINS, and LENNIE ARONSON . . . Across the corridor in the office, the SHIFFMAN boys and BOCK CHIN are counting their Lawrence Prizes, and at the switchboard EDDIE GULACHENSK! is still hunting for the lost chord. In his private office, J. WILLIAM CONLON is making final arrangements for his next concert tour . . . Zoom- ing into the North side, I notice ADAMS and Dl BLASI practicing for their next race . . . , On my way by 059, I cut my motors so that I won ' t waken JOE GOLDEN and MARIO DELL ' ORFANO, who ore getting much unneeded sleep ... In the cafeteria, the hideout of the underworld, KEN SHAWLIS and JOHN SAVINO are lounging around, while DANNY BROS- NAHAN is hurling passes to BUCKY JENNINGS . . . Leaving the cafeteria and cruising by the Janitor ' s room, I hear voices and certain characteristic sounds. That must be ARTHUR MINTZ playing the pin-ball machine ... Its lost jet thrown on, the " Blue Blue " flashes through the drill hall in time for me to see a Mickey Mouse cartoon with HOWIE FALES controlling the camera. Not having much time left, I continue on my journey to the second floor cross-corridor and notice that PETE CAPERNAROS, our popular class president, is campaigning for President of the United States in 1976. Over near the steps, DAVE WONG is throwing blocks at unsuspecting Freshmen, and HONEST DICK WALSH is mutter- ing to these helpless beings that they ' d better make him " Governor for a day " next year, or else! And now, with the end of my journey so near, I gun the motor for the last time and glide back to the nearest exit. Your " CRUISING THE CORRIDORS " reporter leaves you with tears in his eyes and fond memories ' till our next reunion. Standing: Joseph Flicop, Edward GulachenskI, William CIccolo, Carl Shiftman, Archie Khachadoorian, and Arnold Ehrlich. Sitting: Robert Carter, Leon Atamian, and Sydney Shiftman. CLASS WILL By Alan Elikins We, the surviving members of the English High School, Class of 1948, having bluffed our way to 1 05 points and a diploma, in accordance with and with reverence for the Headmaster ' s Bulletin No. 393, do hereby issue forth this document in accordance with the rules and regulations stated in the above mentioned bulletin. This epistle ren- ders all previous wills and codicils null and void; so be it on this the 31st day of Febru- ary, 1948. To Mr. Downey — We leave our sincere gratitude for the inspiring leadership he has given us in his efforts to convert us to men of honor and achievement. To the Junior Class — We bequeath the dignity of the Seniors and 20 c. c. of adrenalin to carry them through the year. To the Sophomores — We leave hopes for success in P3 — Aw, Fr., and some yeast, in order that they may rise to the occasion. To the Freshmen — We bequeath 350 pairs of Adier Elevator Shoes lest they be trampled, pummeled, and mauled during second lunch. To Doc Frazier — We leave two bloodhounds with which we hope this super sleuth, a la Sherlock Holmes, will be able to track down that dastardly Senior who escaped without paying his class dues. To Mr. Falvey — We bequeath a pair of roller skates which we know will aid this omnipotent overseer of the cafeteria in capturing those (censored) individuals who sneak downstairs to consume their lunches during the 3rd period. To Mr. Keelon — We leave many nightmares of his little " quizzies. " To Mr. Roche — We bequeath one man from Mars wfiom we hope (but doubt) will be able to outtalk him. To Mr. McGrath — We leave one homeroom with no pupils, and a two year sub- scription to " Life. " To Mr. Troniello — We bequeath one large basket of fruit to help him while away the lonely minutes between first and second luncfi To Mr. Atwood — We leave one outomatic program changer complete with built- in Aw cards. To Mr. Connell — We bequeath the largest hat in Texas To Mr. Maurice Murphy — We leave one E2 division pre-equipped with a supply of both red and black ink. To Mr. Foley — We bequeath one new red eyeshade to replace his old battered green one. To Mr. Tom Eccles — We leave one empty Yearbook with the hope that he will find a staff as brilliant as we to help him fill it. PEflSDML BtaUESTS Peter Capernaros leaves Mr. Hayes one orator in his stead. Brosnahan, DeH ' Orfano, and Jennings leave the school in dire need of athletic equipment. J. Wm. Conlon leaves Mr. " Chick " Evans one lifetime certificate to the Beau Brummel Tonsorial Emporium. Thomas Dunn leaves Mr. Lundin seven degrees of latitude. Mr. Gifford ' s E4 classes wish to leave him " two boysh, borth of whom will shtrive for neatnesh and legibility and who will shpeak morst dishtinctly. " A Marshall Elkins leaves With Atamian, Kasparian, and Arth on his heels. Witnessed, signed, and sealed by the Sane members of the class of 1948 Alumni Committee — Senior Year standing: Robert Calloway, Malcolm Berman, Robert Meanix, and Joel Lesser Sitting; Joseph Golden and Henry Mooncai ALMA MATER . . Hail and Farewell ! PUHDY G fittle lieiUi A little better skill in posing, a little better likeness and Boston ' s foremost imprint - - and you bave a mucb better pbotograph, mucb more satisfaction and far wider approval of results. Then we add beautiful covers and scrupulous care in details of packing and, mark it - - we deliver on time. No detail escapes our interested care. IBD TREMDIVT STREET Official Phntagrapher EIVGLISH HIGH SCHOOL Class uf 194 8 Tel. 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