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

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i yearbook 1949 Staff DAVID L. SOKOL, 49, Editor WILLIAM L. HOLDEN. Jr., 49 DONALD M. KOBRIN. 49 RALPH S. LEVITT, ' 49 WILLIAM H. OHRENBERGER. Jr., ' 49 ROBERT J. RUBIN, ' 49 ALEXANDER D. VISSER, ' 49 ERNEST G. WARSHAFSKY. ' 49 SPORTS DOUGLAS J. MacMASTER, ' 49. Editor ALLAN J. BRESNICK, ' 50 ROBERT A. GATTURNA, ' 49 BUSINESS HENRY PRANSKY. ' 49, Manager JASON J. COHEN. 49, Advertising ART STANLEY PRANSKY. ' 49. Editor NORMAN M. FINE, ' 51 PHOTOGRAPHY ARTHUR PENN, ' 49 FACULTY ADVISERS PAUL HEINS. Editorial FRANCIS P. GLAVIN, Business yearbook J 949 A SENIOR CLASS PUBLICATION Copyright by John F. Pur.iniino. Sculptor The Yearbook of 1949 is Dedicated to the memory of the Sons of The EngHsh High School who served their country during World War II FROM A LETTER, DATED MARCH lo, 1949, FROM MR. DOWNEY TO HENRY A. SASSERNO PRESIDENT OF THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION In the last World War there were over 5,500 E. H. S. men in action. Of these, more than 230 made the supreme sacrifice. Many others— the number is uncertain— were physically and permanently handicapped. These patriotic services deserve the highest recognition and it is very fitting for the alumni to do so by means of a permanent memorial in the School. The Memorial itself is unique. The location is on the second floor alcove, Montgomery Street side. The School Department is reconstructing the alcove so that it will be in harmony with the Memorial. On each of the two walls will be bronze plaques, approximately 40 " x 50 " , representing each of the Four Freedoms. Each of these four plaques is very impressive. It is the most com- pelling illustration that I have ever seen of the Four Freedoms. In gold letters, just above the arch of the alcove are the words — ' E. H. S. ACCLAIMS HER SONS. " In the center of the alcove is the dedicatory plaque, approximately the same size as the others, and on it are these words : FROM MANY LANDS THEIR FOREBEARS CAME IN SEARCH OF FREE- DOM. IN ITS DEFENSE THEY FOUGHT. MANY DIED. GOD GRANT THAT THEIR SACRIFICE MAY MAKE STRONGER THE BONDS THAT UNITE ALL MANKIND. The American Flag will be on one side; the State Flag on the other. This Memorial will serve to bring home constantly to each one of the coming generations of E. H. S. boys the fundamental ideals of America. It has a great educational purpose, a deep patriotic influence, and is extremely timely in an era when our form of government is being challenged. It is a rare visual representation of those ideals for which our boys have fought and died. Copyright by John F. Paramino, Sculptor Copyright by John F. Par.miini). Sculptor fJUPHBEQ] A) } O) ;j ] J). Copyright by John F. Paramino, Sculptor WALTER F. DOWNEY, A. B., Ed M., L. H. D. Head Master June, 1949 Zo S. M. $. Men of 1949: In a particular way the Class of 1949 has been associated with the 125th Anniversary Celebration of this school. Many of you entered in the year 1946, and you are graduating in 1949 when the final ceremony took place. Duruig your graduating year we dedicated the English High School Memorial to the Veterans of World War II. As years go on and as you analyze conditions in the country and in the world, this Memorial will increase in significance. In eternal bronze are represented the four fundamental freedoms upon which this Republic is based- Congress shall make no law respecting an estab- lishment of religion, or prohibiting the free ex- I. FREEDOM OF WORSHIP ercise th ereo f. 2. RIGHT TO PETITION 3. RIGHT PEACEABLY TO ASSEMBLE 4. FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND OF THE PRESS Congress shall make no law abridging the right of the people to petition the government for a redress of grievances. Congress shall make no law abridging the right of the people peaceably to assemble. Congress shall make no law abridging the free- dom of speech, or of the press. E. H. S. is a school where all boys have deep respect for each other regardless of race, creed or color. This is a basic need for strengthening and uniting America. FROM MANY LANDS THEIR FOREBEARS CAME IN SEARCH OF FREEDOM. IN ITS DEFENSE THEY FOUGHT. MANY DIED. GOD GRANT THAT THEIR SACRIFICE MAY MAKE STRONGER THE BONDS THAT UNITE ALL MANKIND. Remember what we owe to those bovs w ' ho have gone. Always live in accord with :he ideals for which they fought and died. As you leave this school, wherever you go, you are our representatives. You are now .1 part of our century old traditions. Wherever You Go Our Good Wishes Attend You GOD BLESS AND GUIDE YOU - EVERY ONE HEAD MASTER FACULTY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT LATIN GERMAN DEPARTMENTS THOMAS G. ECc:LES Edward C. Donahue Fredrick O. Giftord William J. Hayes Paul Heins William L. Hughes Alfred B. Ker ha v Maurice F. Murjihy Francis C. Rnmisch William J. Roche Ri btrt Ci. Simmons Philip M. Woodwell Herbert Zoll HISTORY DEPARTMENT RALPH F. V. gUlNN William Devore Joseph L. Kenney Herbert Kopins Bernard H. McGrath Cecil D. Macllroy Deane S. Peacock Elmer H. Phelps lOHN H. WARD William J. Dooling Merrill C. Hill Francis M. Keady Bernard A. McCabe Kenneth G. Richard- Joseph F. Sheehan MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT GEORGE S. HENNESSY Milton Bornstcin Wallace M. Clark Robert M. Evans Wiliam Fishman Leo V. Halloran Charles J. Hamlin Frank A. Repetto Paul M. Shea Edward N. Wilson Front Row; Messrs. Everett J. Ford, William J. Stewart, Jr., Paul Hcins. lohn F. McCarthy, Mollis D. Hatch. Charles J. Keelon, J. Clif- ford Ronan, Ralph F. ' . Quinn, Elliott P. Frazier, George S. Hennessey. Second Row: Messrs. Maurice F. Murphy, Barnet Rudman, Michael D ' Amelio. John E. Bowler. .Milton Bornstem. Bernard H. McGrath, James A. Caffrey, Paul M. She?., William L. Hughes. Third Row: Messrs. Robert M. Evans, Cecil D. Macllroy, Frederick O. Gifford, Wallace M. Clark, John H. Card, John J. McCarthy, Reu- ben Rosen, Elmer H. Phelps. Deane S. Peacock, William Devore, Joseph F. Sheeham. Fourth Row: Messrj.. Robert G. Simmons, John D. Shore, William J. Hayes, James A. Goldthwaite, . ngelo Traniello, Charles J. Hamlin, . rthur J. Sullivan, Frank A. Repetto, William Fishman, Herbert Kopins 1948-1949 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT c;harles j. keelon Harry C. Barber James A. Cattery Michael D ' Anielio James A. Goldtlnvaitc Enor E. Lundin John F. McCarthy Charles F. Murphy Reuben Rosen Karnet Rudman John P. Shore SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ELLIOTT l . FRAZIER Laurence R. Atwood H.irold I. Brown John H. Card Arthur L. Evans Everett J. Ford Holhs D. Hatch David B. Pearlmutter Ernest J. Ryan Bernard EL Shulman COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS DEPARTMENT DANIEL FOLEY Carl H. Adams Edward F. Bell John E. Bov ' ler Francis P. Glavin John K. Keelon John J. McCarthy LeRoy M. Rand Arthur J. Sullivan Angelo Traniello VOCATIONAL COUNSELORS Miah J. Falvey Martin F. Kane PHYSICAL FITNESS AND EDUCATION Edward J. Cronin Joseph F. Fielding James D. McLaughlin J. Clifford Ronan William I. Stewart. Jr. MILITARY DRILL COLONEL JOSEPH McK. DRLSCOLL Lieut enant Colonel William H. Meanix Front Row ; Messrs. Walter F. Downey, Headmaster, John H. Ward, Thomas G. Ecclcs, Martin F. Kane. Carl H. . da ' ms, Miah J. Fal- ve , Francis P. C;la in, Lt. Col. William H. Meanix, Mr. Joseph L. Kenney. Second Row: Messrs. Bernard A. McCabe, Kenneth G. Richards, Merrill C. Hill. Edward N. Wilson, Edward C. Donohue, Encr E. Lun- din, Alfred B, Kershaw, John K. Keelon. Third Row: Messrs. Bernard H. Shulman. 1 eo V. Halluran. Will am ]. Roche. F.tlward J. Cronin, Joseph F. Fielding. Jr., James D. Mc- Laughlin. Fourth Row : Me srs Laurence R. . twood. Ernest J. R an. Edw ard F. Bell. Charles F. Murph . LeRoy M. Rand. Master Emeritus Retiring this June after having devoted a long and fruitful career to the boys of E. H. S. Daniel Foley Head of Department, Commercial Subjects TO HIM OUR LIFELONG RESPECT AND GRATITUDE Class Song AIR: FAR ABOVE CAYUGA ' S WATERS Now let ' s sing our praise to English, Raise our voice on high. Tho ' we leave thee, Alma Mater, Mem ' ries will not die. Chorus: Blue and blue our hearts salute thee, Lead us day by day. English High, we ' ll always love thee, Guide us, if we stray. Our allegiance we shall pledge thee. Ensign, blue and blue. Should your hallow ' d name be threatened, We will haste to you. Chorus: Through the years, our English High, " vVe took you to our heart. Now the happy years must end for, Comes the hour to part. Richard M. Doherty, ' 49 Class Mis lory FRESHMAN YEAR Let us turn back the clock to September 9, 1945. It was warm and sunny, too hot for school, but there we were, a frightened horde of baby-faced freshmen, clad in Lord Fauntleroy suits. Suddenly, dark shadows covered the cobblestones of Montgomery and Warren Streets it was the return of the seniors. Shrinking back in awe, we watch- ed these scholastic giants. (I call them that because what else could they be if they had completed three years at English High School?) Aware of our insignificance and lowli- ness, we snuffed out our pipes, cigars, and cigarettes and crawled thru the doors into one building. Once inside, we brushed away the cobwebs and dust from our clothes and proceeded to look for our homerooms. As it was. the search proved futile and we were hopelessly lost, just then, a trio of khaki clad men came down the corridor. They prov- ed to be drill captains and were very polite. Yes, they would gladly direct us. Giving each of us a map and a compass, they told us to head for the teacher ' s cafeteria, which was to the left of the tile baths and swimming pools. We trouped down a flight of stairs, up a flight of stairs, thru one cross corridor to another flight of stairs. After wearing a few holes in our shoes, we located the teacher ' s cafeteria. There we were greeted by the nicest man, who politely told us, " In there, knuckle heads. " It was there, in the lunch- room, that we were completely outfitted with guides, maps, compasses and gyroscopes. At long length, the majority of us reached our homerooms. The others who didn ' t were delivered C. O. D. Although our natural, boyish exuberance was held in check by the worthy juniors and seniors, we still found o pportunities for innocent fun. We shall never forget the day LOUIE VADARO wore a turban to school when he had a head cold, nor the eye- glasses with the focusing lens which were the proud possession of FRANK SHEEHAN. None of us discovered the store where BOB HARTIAN bought his purple and pink turtleneck sweater. Two of our classmates became rich when their book, " How to Tor- ment a Teacher. " was published. Needless to say, it was the favorite reading material of nearly every school-boy in the country. The authors were AL VOZZELLA and JOE MULRENNAN. Other members who gained the public eye were: HAL WORTMAN, the inventor of the stringless yo-yo; DICK NUNES. who composed and published the " Undecided Symphony " ; LENTNIE SANDOCK who found a way " to beat the bunch to second lunch " ; and CHARLIE THEODORE, who, because of his color blindness, could never distinguish a red-head from a brunette. SOPHOMORE YEAR When we were ready to be sophomores, we came to realize our search for the fourth floor was futile. So, throwing away the escalator passes the seniors had so cheerfully sold us. we buckled right down to our duty of directing the incoming freshmen to their rooms. Waiting until the last of the freshmen had been hopelessly lost, we marched single file to the sophomore haven of Montgomery Manor. So anxious were we to get back to our be- lo ied school work that we scarcely noticed the rattling of the chains attached to our ankles. The first two weeks went quickly; we spent them, for the most part, in search of our lockers, Hey, has anyone seen No. X34296? STAN WARSHAW, courageous as he is. hardly winced when he discovered the housing shortage had forced a family of midgets to occupy his locker. When HARV FRITZ opened his, a spirit introducing him- self as LUKE SPOOK jumped out. MR. BROWN said we had a fairly successful year, however. It seems only two boys in our class failed to return from their locker-hunting expedition. I wish to point out that not all of the first two weeks was spent in searching for our lockers. That would be foolish. On the contary at least six days were spent fil- ling out book slips, program cards, A. W. cards, carcheck slips, loyalty checks, cut slips, etc. Did you ever try to write RICHARD E. KORDASZEWSKI in a one-half inch space. ' ' The sophomores must be a hardy bunch. Why, there were hardly any screams when the room captains twisted our arms and asked us to buy athletic pins. It has even been rumored, and this is just a rumor, that se eral of the boys offered to buy two or three, - WOW! At this point let me mention the cafeteria food. Not more than 30 7 of the students use " acute indigestion " as an excuse to get a sick pass in the sixth period. For the bene- fit of those boys that are not sure, it has been proved that the noises in the lunchroom around Christmas time are music and not sounds from the refrigerator motor. There is a mathematical equation connected with the lunchroom that we wish to pass on. It states: the confusion in the cafeteria is directly proportional to the square of the distance from the lunch counter. Remember, You heard it here first. What, it ' s time to go home! Hey Bill, hold that street car door open for me! JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated (left to right) President D mgl.i.s J. MacMastcr, X ' lce-President Johii F. Kennedy. Standing (left to right) Secretary-Treasurer Robert Kalogcros, Ex- ecutive Committee Members David Sok ' il and Henr Pransky. JUNIOR YEAR Roses are red Violets are blue I think school . . . wonderful. How " bout you? It seems as if you can always pick the juniors from the rest of the kids on that fatal day (pardon the expression) in September. Of course, no one has trouble spotting the new fellows. The juniors always seem to have a more somber expression than the seniors; the seniors having but eight more months till freedom, while the juniors still have to do a 17 months ' stretch. Now it was our turn to play pranks on the freshman, with most of the old gags about the swimming pool and elevators enjoying their usual success. The freshmen introduc- ed a new innovation into the school - the YO YO. After climbing to the third floor after lunch, and then dashing down to the drill hall, we felt that the YO YO had nothing on us. The third year was not merely a year of jokes and good times. Certified marks now counted towards college entrance, and the subjects were not gettin,g any easier, especially P3. Throughout the year we were constantly reminded of how hard it was to get into college - and sdll is. Weeks rolled by, and months. There were report cards, but there also were vacations. With the better part of the year still ahead, we held the election for dass officers. Mac- master was chosen president; Kennedy, vice-president; Kalogeros, secretary-treasurer, and Sokol and Henry Pransky, executive-committee. Just to reminisce: How can we forget PHIL SEMANS and TED EISENSTADT, towers of strength in our defeat of the Purple and White on Thanksgiving Day. There was the time when BOB RUBIN (the peroxide kid) switched wires on a motor in P3 with nearly catastrophic results. The E. H. S. band was led ver ' capably by ARTHUR SIMON. On May ist the seniors made a mass exodus, and the juniors were very disappointed to learn that there was no C. P. for them. It took a while to settle down to the regular system, and those empty seats vacated by the seniors did not help. We had one consola- tion; we were the " Big Shots. " And when the halls of the Montgomery Manor were vacated for the last time in June, long after they were deserted, the echo, " WE ARE SENIORS " , could be heard. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated (left to riyht) ' icc-Piesidcnt Robert Di Orejiorio, President William H. Ohrenberger, Jr. Standing (left to right) Executive Committee Members Robert R. Mahn and David L. Sokol, and Secretary-Treasurer Robert L. Feeney SENIOR YEAR They refer to blue Monday, but alas and alack They never mention Thursday — the day we go back. At last our senior year. Now as we approach Montgonnery Manor with graying hair and faltering steps, we thank our lucky stars that our homerooms are on the first floor. Those elevators might not work this year. But since there are a few senior rooms on the second floor, we, trampling several sophomores and freshmen under heel, race into school in Older to find the location of our base of operations. This was the first and last day we were ever seen racing into school. It was usually vice-versa. One disappointment of the early season was caused by the fact that no longer could we hear that gallant horseman of Room 231 rallying to the roundup once more. Yes, Mr. Council had finally retired. Ah yes, it was a happy day as we renewed our acquaintances with old friends. After a few days of red tape, school finally began in full earnest. How do I know school began. ' Simple enough. I could hear my buddies snoring throughout the classroom. And after a week or so we were really buckled down doing nothing. Soon a much-awaited day arrived, as class rings were to be given out. These were like sceptres to kings. Our seniority was complete. Incidentally, how did your ring fit you.? TOM NAPOLEON claimed his was just a wee bit too tight. Yes, it barely squeez- ed down over his ears. The next day he was happy again, for he had wrapped two rolls of adhesive tape around the band of the ring, and now it fits perfectly. One day, as we were being dragged into school by Mr. Wilson, we noticed several seniors standing around with machine guns. What was the meaning of this? Only class elections. We were herded into the assembly hall to hear all the suggestions for smoking rooms, elevators, swimming pools — - in fact e erything was suggested but class officers. Oscar award for comedy goes to cur great benefactor, DAVE SOKOL. al- though even till to-day no one knows whether he meant it or not. Most enlightening! ! Our congratulations go to President BILL OHRENBERGER, Vice-President BOB DI- GREGORIO. Secretary-Treasurer BOB FEENEY, and Executive Committee Men DAVE SOKOL and BOB MAHN. As long as we ' re still talking about events early in the year, let ' s take a look at the old pigskin record. Although sparked by Captain SYL ' ESTER, DICK BUTERA, and PHIL SEMANS, our team had a mediocre season including a miserable game on that crisp Thanksgiving Day. But let us forget that and look forward to the future. Just about this time of year the E. H. S. " Record " appeared. This worthy periodic- al - periodica], that means a publication which appea rs spasmodically, about as often as a sober man on Dover Street — was of its usual excellence. Lest we forget some of our hardships let us bow our heads one moment in memory of the new physical education program. Boy, some of those days were mightly cold as we changed clothes in the locker rooms. Can you imagine row on row of icicles with goose pimples doing deep-knee bends in the drill hall? Restless times now, as we waited for the Christmas recess. We had long since mark- ed every desk at which we sat with our names, girl friend ' s names, dates, and miscellaneous gyp sheets. We had already mastered the art of cutting classes and of making paper airplanes fly straight with a piece of chalk as ballast. There was no more fun in torment- ing the teachers, for they were already worn ragged, and at certain times they could be seen praying that school would be over soon. The longing for the Christmas holidays had intensified to such an extent that it seemed as though the shows in town changed daily. But time soon passed by quickly. As a matter of fact the only person who passes consistently at Montgomery Manor is Father Time. Then we were finally out for two weeks of more rest. Once again hockey, basketball, and track found their places in the sports world. Our hockey team did terrifically. Not until the final day of the season did we lose to our nemesis, Latin, and with that loss went the citv hockey title (those blankety blank Latin- ites). The big guns of the season were BOO BROWN. PAUL QUIRK, JOE LOU- SARARIAN, and TOM MARA. In basketball we won the divisional championship with a 12-2 record, but lost the city championship in the finals. The whole team was inspired by th e excellent playing of Captain DIXON. HERB WILLNL N, and GAS RILEY. English ' s track team, always a power in track circles, had a good season led by point-getter REGGIE ALLEYNE. Bright spot of the running season was the relay team composed of REGGIE ALLEYNE, EUGENE WASHINGTON, GERRY O ' LEARY, and LEW PROUT. These boys won the Relay City Carnival Trophy sponsored by the Trade High School Alumni. Once again back to our shennanigans. Just about now each senior found himself very short on money, what with one dollar for this fund and one dollar for that fund (bless Doc ' s little heart). This was soon overcome by selling pink elephants on the corner of Dover and Tremont Streets. It was about this time of year the fair City of Boston decided to take X-rays of all high school students. How many of us cut classes for three days with the excuse that we were having X-ray pictures taken? When BOB HARTIAN got inside the truck he was a bit disgusted because there was no pretty nurse to hold his hand and smooth his brow. As LEN RIDINI stepped up for his picture the attendant asked him whether he was livin,g or not. Needless to say, after the attendant had been taken away to the hospital with a fractured leg, dislocated shoulder, and general confusion of the brain. X-rays were resumed. As the season was quickly fizzing out, there came upon us that great event we had all been dreaming of -- the E. H. S. Farewell Prom. And off we were to trip the light fantastic. Remember how you had to swim home that night? I had always wondered if it was at all possible to land a seaplane on Tremont Street. That night I had my answer. It rained most of that night. One word of thanks to one of our alumni mem- bers, bandleader Larry Green. Great job, Larry!! We were now well into spring. Ahhh spring, when a young man ' s fancy turns to thoughts of — - baseball. And with the coming of baseball we, as seniors, come to the end of our ropes (ughh, not so tight around the neck). With STAN KOFFMAN ' S one- hitter against Brandeis High the baseball squad gives us hope of a good season. That remains to be seen. l hat ' s all, boys, the printer is waiting for the copy. So make your own notes for the rest of the year. And for those who desire the sequel, may we ask you to send your names in catalog order to the author in care of the Mattapan State Hospital for Mentally Deficient Morons? He will gladly send you the news about ' 49 as it occurs between now and our looth re-union. CHEERIO KEEMOSABES " GET EM UP, SCOUT. " HI-YO, SILVER, AWAAAAYl! ALUMNI COMMITTEE Seated (left to right) Joseph R. Harti;, ' an, Chairman Henry Mahn. and Reginald Allcyne. Standing (left to right) Alan M. Devaney and Paul Heffernan. (Not in photograph) Louis Hattaglia. PROM COMMITTEE Seated {left to right) Paul Quirk, Chainman Douglas 1. MacMastcr. Chairman Joseph R. Hartigan. Fran- cis Walsh, and Howard Shechter. Standing (left to right) Ralph Cerulli, E. Scleparis. Paul Hetfernan. Hcnr . Pransky, Gerald D ' Alfonso, and Richard Lannan. (Not in photograph) V. Thomas Cavelini. SONG COMMITTEE Seated: Churman Richard M. Do- herty Standing (left to right) Harold S. Weise and Sumner Levine. YEAR BOOK COMMITTEE Seated (left to right) Aram H. Savakian, Robert Santis. Chairman Robert P. Morris, and Kenneth Ballou. StaniHnu (left to right) Joel Brown and Alexander Visser. (Not in photograiih ) [aines Bu-h. PICTURE COMMITTEE Seated (left to right) Richard Murphy anti William L. Holden. Standing (left to right) John Mur- phy, Harvey Stetson, and Francis R. Proctor. (Not in picture) Chairman John Karle. and A. Vo .zella. DAVID E. ABKAMOWITZ " Abie " 15 Outlook Road, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenburg Ambition: Business Hobbies: Sports Track 3. IRWIN A. ABRAMS 78 Claymoss Road, Brighton Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Music, Tennis Honor Roll 3: Patrol 2, 3, 4: Of- fice Aide 3; Lieutenant; Track Manager 3; Boston Public School Symphony Band i, 2, 3- ALLAN I. ABRAMSON " Toro " 14 Arbutus Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a baker. Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Track, Swimming. NORMAN M. ABRAMSON " Norm " 175 Glenway Street, Dorchester School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineering College: M. L T. Hobbies: Model Airplanes Honors P3, E3; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize E3, M3, P3; President Science Club 4; Vice- President Chess Club 4; Pres- ident Camera Club 4; Patrol 3. 4; Captain. GEATANO T. ABBRUZZESE " Guyo " 45 Minot Street. Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: United States Navy College: Boston College Hobbies: Baseball Coaching Football 3; Golf 2. JOHN J. ADAMS " Whitey " 2 Primrose Street, Roslindale School: John . . .Andrew Ambition: To be a C. P. h. College: Bcntley ' s Hobbies: Football, Driving Baseball 2; Football 2. GEORGE J. ALBAN " Georgie " 71 Westminster . vcnue, Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: Army College: B. U. ' Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize G 2: Office Aide 4; Captain: Foot- ball 3- JOSEPH H. ALBERT " Joe " 18 Balsam Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: .Accounting College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports ANTHONY P. ALIZIO " Tony " 80 Shawmut .Avenue, Boston School: .Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Business College: B. U. Hobbies: Stamps Honor Roll 3: Lawrence Prize K2; First Lieutenant. FRANCESCO A. ALIZIO " Doc " 326 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain School: .Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Medicine College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Science Club 4. REGINALD H. ALLEYNE " Reggie " 64 Crawford Street, Roxbury School : Lewis College: Tufts Hobbies: Swirn ' ming, Track, Pho- tography, Chess Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Track 4. ARNOLD E. ALPERT " Howie " 66 Floyd Street, Dorchester School: F. v. Thompson Camera Club 3; Patrol 3; Band 2. WALTER P. AMBROSE " Rocky " 53 Bellamy Street, Brighton School: Our Lady of Presentation Ambition: Interior Decorating College: Vesper George School of Art Hobbies: Skiing and Drawing Ski Club 4; Patrol 3. GERALD AMIRAULT " Jerry " 25 Glide Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Neponset Ambition: Music College: U. S. Navy School of Music, Washington, D. C. Hobbies: Sports Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band 7th Grade to 12th grade: Historian 9; Ass ' t. Librarian 2; Librarian 3; President 4: B. P. S. Swnphony Orchestra 3. SILVIO F. AMORINO " Sico " 148 Salem Street, Boston School: St. Anthony ' s College: Boston College Hobbies: Drawing Fidelity Prize 3. JOHN R. ANDERBERG " Andy " 42 Grampian Way, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s, Dorchester Patrol 2. LAWRENCE B. ANDERSON " Larry " 36 Hobart Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison College: B. U. Hobbies: Hunting and Fishing WILLIAM ANDREANOPOLIS 374 Trcmont Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a game warden Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Swim- ming. ROBERT C. ANNIS " Bob " 1 1 1 Norway Street, Boston School: Prince Ambition: Meterology Hobbies: Stamps Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant. BERNARD S. APPEL " Bernie " 27 Greendale Road, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenburg Ambition: Success Hobbies: Football and Baseball Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant. WILLIAM E. ARAKELIAN " Bill " 83 Albion Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition : To be a game warden Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing PETER A. ATSALES " Pete " 4 Atherton Street, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Anibitio7i: Priesthood College: Notre Dame Theological School. Hobbies: Model Airplanes Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2. GEORGE M. ARIES 10 Albion Street, Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: College College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Airplanes Honor Roll 2, 3; Science Club 4; Room Councillor 3. WALTER G. ARNOLD. JR. " Hap " 89 Greaton Road, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: Certified Public Ac- countant College: College of the Holy Cross Hobbies: Golf, Football, Baseball Captain; Baseball i, 2, 3; Basket- ball I, 2; Football 3. JACOB ARONSON " Jake " 299 Sumner Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: Business College: Suffolk Hobbies: Baseball, Golf, Football, Fishing Patrol 4: Second Lieutenant. GEORGE J. AROUCHON 679 Tramunt Street. Boston School : Rice Ambition: Succesj College: New England . ircraft Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councillor 4: Room Athletic Councillor 3; President of Student Council i, 4: Second Lieutenant. J. SAUL L. BAHN " Dewey " 427 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Photography, Mechanics, Electronics Patrol 4; Science Club: Office Aide 4; Captain, Basketball 3: . ssistant in Chemistry Lab. KENNETH W. BALLOU " Ken " 127 Sanborn .Avenue, West Roxbury School: N. Kmgstown Jr. High A m bitio n : Success College: Tufts Hobbies: Skiing, Swimming. Fish- ing Honor Roll 2: Discussion Club 4: Ski Slub 4: Camera Club 4: Pa- trol 3: Rf)om . thletic Council- lor 2: Band 2: Captain: Baseball 4: Track 3. 4; H. R. Spelling Bee Winner 4. WILLIAM BARDEN " Leo " I Victoria Street, Dorchester Patrol 5: Room Councillor 2. LOUIS E. BATTAGLIA " Buster " 225 Maverick Street. East Boston School: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports Patrol I, 2. 3. 4: Room .Athletic Councillor 4. WILLIAM P. BEATON " Bill " 121 Walter Street, Roslindale School: Longfellow School Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Cartography Honor Roll 3; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Captain; Football 3- GEOFFREY C. BECKINGHAM " Jeff 9 Fairland Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: Coaching College: Michigan Ho ' ies: Swimming, baseball, Reading (;eorge bereznick " Gig " 102 Intervale Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Business Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Model Planes ELIOT BERGER " Bugsy " yg Woodhaxen Street, Mattapan School: Frank V ' . Thompson Ambition: To be a millionaire Hobbies: Baseball, Scrap book Ski Club 4. ALVAN O. BERKOVITZ " Itzy " 46 Evelyn Street, Mattapan Ambition: Medicine College: B. U. Hobbies: Skiing, Stamps Camera Club 4; Ski Club 4; Pa- trol 4; First Lieutenant; Track 3- JOSEPH H. BERLINGUET 1 7 Crockett Avenue , Dorchester School: I ' ublic Latin Honors M2; Office Aide 3; Band 2, 3, 4; First Lieutenant; Boston Public School Symphony Band 2, 3. 4- ELLIOT R. BERMAN " Arsenic " 89 Mora Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Photography College: Modern School of Pho- tography Hobbies: Photography SUMNER D. BERMAN " Sonny " 125 Hutchings Street, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be manager of a store Hobbies: Photography, Music i ' atrol. PETER A. BICCHIERI " Pete " 46 Norman Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a success in bus- iness. College: B. U. Hobbies: Writing Second Lieutenant. STANLEY M. BLACKMAN " Blackie " 108 Intervale Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a sportscaster College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Honors M2, E2, H2, L2, M3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize L2: Patrol 4; First Lieutenant. DONALD A. BLANCHETTE " Don " 44 Cobden Street, Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Guns, Crossword puzzles Honors B2; Football 2; Track 2. DAVID C. BLOOM " D. C. B.. Esq. " 89 Mountain Avenue, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To go into advertising College: Burdett Hobbies: Trumpet, Bowling Patrol 3. WILLIAM J. BONAFEDE " Bill " 9 Albion Street, Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Electrical Equipment Honor Roll i ; Lawrence Prize i ; Fidelity Prize 2; Science Club 4: Patrol 4; First Lieutenant. JOSEPH M. BONAVITA " Joe " 200 Hampden Street, Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s School Hobbies: Sports DANA W. BONNER " Tex " 9 Lattimore Court. Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a business ' man College: B. U. Hobbies: Sailboating, Swiiriming. Skating Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4. MARVIN BORNSTEIN " Marvey ' ' 21 Outlook Road. Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenburg Ambition: Pharmacy College: Mass College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Model .Airplanes. Boats, and Trains. MORTON H. BORNSTEIN " Hello Mort " 325 Summit Ave.. Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: To make a million dol lars and retire. College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports RICHARD M. BOUTILIER " Boots " 52 Chesbrough Road. West Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To be a swimming in- structor or coach. College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming and Baseball Patrol 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Footb.ill 3. PAUL R. BOWSER 554 Park Street, Dorchester School: . uburn Village .■ uburn, N. H. Ambition: . eronautical Engineer College: New England Aircraft School Hobbies: Flying Honor Roll i, 2: Fidelity Prize 1: Roam Councillor i. 2. 3, 4; Captain. JOHN J. BRANDON " Jack " 2 Essex Street. Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: Business, Navy Hobbies: Music, Sports Glee Club 3: Drum and Fife , 4: First Lieutenant. JULIUS BRESLOUF " Julie " 49 Revere Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To travel College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball Honors .2; Patrol 4; First Lieu- tenant. DANIEL E. BRIENZI " Danny " 96 Everett Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a Certified Pub- lic Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors B2. ROBERT A. BROOKS " Bob " 42 Rosseter Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To bring pro football back to Boston College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Stamps Honors M2; Honor Roll 3; Law- rence Prize Gi; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Military Commis- sion First Lieutenant; Baseball 4; Football 2, 3, 4. JOEL M. BROWN " Brownie " 21 Vesta Road, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewcnburg Ambition: Business College: Mass. State Hobbies: Philately WILLIAM J. BROWN " Boo " 541 Columbia Road, Dorchester School: Mather Hobbies: Skiing Baseball 3, 4; Football 4; Hockey 3. -4- JOSEPH A. BRUNO " Joe " 2y Perthshire Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Flying, Aeronautical En- gineering. College: Northeastern Hobbies: Gas Models ALEXANDER A. BUONAUGURIO " Alex " 41 Basile Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 3; Drum and Bugle 3; Captain. EDWIN O. BURKE " Burkie " 145 Harold Street, Roxbury School: Tiinilty Ambition: Athletics, Music College: Michigan Patrol 2; Band 2; Orchestra i; Track 3 . JAMES A. BUSCHINI " Bushy " 26 Bellevue Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: Electronics College: Harvard Hobbies: Radio, . irplanes JAMES A. BUSH " Jack " 26 Baird Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lcwenberg College: Harvard Hobbies: Philately Honors Gi, G2, M3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook Staff; Record Staff; French Club 3; Science Club 4: Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2. RICHARD BUTERA " Dick " 1 4 Pembroke Street, Boston School: Public Latin College: Darti nouth Hobbies: Sports, Fishing School Representati e to State House 4; Second Lieutenant; Football 3, 4; Track 3. 4. WILLIAM T. BYNUM " Billy- 24 Reed Street, Boston School: Sherwin Ambition: Medicine Hobbies: Philately, Sports Honor Roll i ; Room Athletic Councillor i ; Drum and Buyle 3- RICHARD C. CAFARELLI " Dick " 44 Frankfort Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern H( nor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Si, Fi: Fidelity Prize 2, 3. SICHARD F. CAMPBELL " Dick " 18 Crehore Road, West Roxbury School: R. G. Shaw College: Holy Cross H .nors E2, E3, F3, Si. MELVIN M. CARIOFILES " Mel " 75 Bloomficld Street, Dorchester School: Grr.ver Cleveland Amh iion: Accounting Col ' cgc: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Mystery Radio Programs First Lieutenant; Basketball Man- ager 3: Track Manager 4. RAYMOND T. CARMICHAEL " Ray " 30 Hopedale Street, Allston School: St. .Anthony ' s, Allston Amb tion: To succeed Hobbies: Music, Sports Patrol I, 2. THOMAS J. CARRA " T. J. " 1051 Dorchester . venue, Dor- chester School: DeLaSalle College. Austra lia Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Boston College Hobbies: Music, Photography Yearbook Staff 4: Record St::ff 4 Captain: Office Wdc 4. JAMES H. CARRASCO " Herbie " ' 131 Birch Street, Rosl ndale School: Washington Irving Ambition: Business Hobbies: Sports VIRGINIO T. CAVALLINI " Cav " 93 Galli an Boulevard, Dor- chester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To own a new Cadi! lac College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports and Music Hockey 3, 4. RALPH F. CERULLI " Freddie " 174 Bays water Street, East Boston School: St. Lazarus, E. Boston Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports and Music Student Council 4; Room Coun cillor I, 2, 4. ALLEN S. CHANSKY " Al " 255 Magnolia Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a textile salesman College: Lowell Text le Hobbies: Sports, music Patrol 3; Band 2, 3; Football i; Track 2, 3. GEORGE E. CHAPLIN " Chappy " 45 Garden Street, Boston School : Prince School Hobbies: Rehearsing Shakespeare Switchboard i . JOHN C. CHRONIS " Johnny " 63 Berkeley Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Business College: Harvard Hobbies: Stamps, music, sports Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Captain. RICHARD K. CHRYSTAL " Ken " 75 Montmorenci Avenue, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: Teaching College: Bridgewater State Teach- ers ' College Hobbies: Debating. Swimm ng Honors Li; Honor Roll 2. GAETANO T. CIRIELLO " Guy " 31 Averton Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To progress in father ' s furniture business College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball, Au- tomobiles Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Drum and Bugle 2; Track 2; Golf 3. THOMAS E. CLEGG " Tubbic " 16 I ' ' lavia Street, Dorchester School: Wooilrow Wilson Ambition: Accounting College: Bcntlcy ' s School of Ac- counting and Finance. Hobbies: Music, Stai np and Coin Collecting. Band Prize 3; Band 4; First Lieu- tenant; Boston Public School Symphony Band, 3 years, Vice- President 1949. FRANK R. COBINO " Cubby " 256 Marion Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Engineering College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Matchcraft, Airplane Models Patrol I : First Lieutenant. JASON J. COHEN " Jay " 35 Stratton Street, Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To make $1,000,000 College: Boston University Honors Mi; Honor Roll 2; Year- book Staff Adv. Mgr. 3, 4; Rec- ord Staff Adv. Mgr. 4; Cam- era Club 3; Patrol 3; Band 2; Double " A " personality from Headmaster 3; Home Room Spelling Champion 4. MILTON E. COHEN " Ace " 17 Chilcott Place, Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a big businessman College: Northeastern University THEODORE J. COHEN " Teddy " 187 Glenway Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To make at least two million dollars. College: Northeastern University Chess Club 2, 3. RICHARD M. COLETON " Ricky " 31 Queensbury Street, Boston School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be a musician College: Schillinger House School of Music Hobbies: Record Collecting. Patrol 2, 3. CHARLES P. COLLURA " Charlie " 44 Gove Street, Eajt Boston School : Donald McKay College: Boston College Hobbies: Accordian, Baseball, Handball PAUL F. CONNOLLY " Paul " 28 Cornwall St., Jamaica Plain School: M. E. Curley Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2. EDWARD J. CONNORS " Ed " 7 St. Brendan Road, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To become a successful mechanical engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Television, Boating WILLIAM D. COPELAND, JR. " Bill " 548 Lagrange Street, West Roxbury School: Thomas A. Edison College: Northeastern Hobbies: Woodworking, Fishing. Bowling French Club i; Baseball Mgr. 2: Track i ; Member of the First Annual Boston All-Star Base- ball Squad. ANTHONY R. CORMIO " Rudy " 80 Bromley Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an opera singer Hobbies: Opera, Sports, Baseball Honor Roll 3; Orchestra 2: Of- fice Aide 4. RICHARD W. COUTO 47 Dorchester St., South Boston MARIO A. COVALUCCI " The Kid " 132 Bennington Street, East Boston Ambition: To be a contractor College: Wentworth Hobbies: Dancing Room Councillor 3; Room .Athletic Councillor 4: Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. STANLEY H. COX 28 Braddock Park. Boston School : Dwight Ambition: Business College: B. U. Hobbies: Dancing Honor Roll i. ARNOLD CROCKER " Arnie " 35 Irma Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Ca npbell Ambition: Certified Public .Ac- countant College: Boston University Hobbies: Popular Music Science Club 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 4. DANIEL F. CRONIN " Danny " 219 Heath Street, Jamaica Plain School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Naval Suttnarine Div- ision Hobbies: Baseball. Dancing, Bowl- ing Drum and Fife i, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS M. DAGLE " Fran " 13 Walker Street, Charlestovvn School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Business College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports GERALD E. D ' ALFONSO " Jerry " 1048 Bennington Street, Eajt Boston School : Blackington Ambition: Journalism College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors M2, Ii, F3; Honor RolT I, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Ii, I2: Office Aide 4: Track i, 2. DONALD A. D ' AMATO " Don " 2 Wyman Place, Jamaica Plam School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To see the world College: B. U. Hobbies: Boxing, Photography, Writing Honor Roll 3. ROBERT A. D ' AMBROSIO " D. A. " 641 Bennington Street, East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To travel College: Boston College Hobbies: Roller Skating, Swim- ming Patrol i; Office Aide 2; Basket- ball 3: Football 2; Track 3. PAUL J. DARCY 72 Woodrow Avenue, Dorchester School : Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Photo Engraving Hobbies: Photography RONALD D. D ' AVOLIO " Deveaux " 160 Bayswater Street, East Boston School : St. Lazarus Ambition: To be a singer College: B. U. Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Swim- ming, Dancing Honor Roll i, 2; Fidelity Prize i; Switchboard 4. ROBERT T. DE FILIPPO " Bob " 17 Ernst St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Honor Roll Qi; Hockey 3, 4. JOHN R. DELANEY 31 South St., Brighton Ambition: To be a Naval Officer College: Naval Academy Honors M2; Honor Roll i, 2, 3; Fidelity Prize i: Patrol 2; Of- fice Aide I . FRANK L. DELLAZOPPA " Del " 431 Bennington Street, East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To become president Hobbies: Baseball, Hockey, Fish- ing, Hunting JOHN P. DeLUCA " J. P. - 176 Minot Street. Dorchester School: Woodrow ' iIson Ambition: Hisjher achiexcnient in the business world College: Boston University, C.B.A. Hobbies: Sports, Camping, Guns Honors S2. E2. H2: Second Lieu- tenant; Baseball 4; Football j. 4: Track i. EDWARD J. DENON " E. J. " 30 Fcrndale Avenue, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s School Ambition: Music Hobbies: Music, Sports B. P. S. S. Orchestra 2, , 4; K. P. S. S. Band 2: Band i, 2, 4, Orchestra i , 2 ; JAMES J. D ' ENTREMONT " Twinny " 66 West Eagle Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To make a million College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors Gi; Library Corps 2. ROBERT J. D ' ENTREMONT ' " Twinny " 66 West Eagle Street, East Boston School : Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Business College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music, Baseball, Bowling Honor Roll i; Captain: Library Corps 2. ALPHONSE R. DeROSA " Fonzy " 44 St. Edward Road, East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: C. P. A. College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Draw- ing Honor Roll 2; Switchboard i, 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor i, 2, Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3; First Lieutenant. EDWARD S. DESMOND " Des " 24 Dighton Street, Brighton School: Thomas . . Edison College: Boston College ALAN M. DEVANEY " Dev " 65 Perthshire Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Teaching College: Boston College Hobbies: Golf, Swimming, Track Second Lieutenant: Track 2, 3, 4; Golf 3, Captain 4: Alumni Com- mittee. FRANCIS X. DICHIARO " F. X. " 15 Cawfield Street, Dorchester School: Eclward Everett Ambition: To be a business execu- itve College: Boston University Hobb ' cs: Dancing Honors Hi: Record Staff i; Room Councillor i ; Baseball i : Track 2: Room Record Representative I . ROBERT A. DiGREGORIO " Bob " 34 Gladstone Street, East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: Commercial .advertising College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors Hi: Honor Roll i. 3; Room Councillor 4; Class Vice- President 4: Captain 4: Football Cheer-leader 4. KENNETH J. DILANIAN " Del " 20 St. Peter Street. Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an athletic coach College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Headmaster ' s Aide 4; Captain. ALBERT T. DiMANNO " M " 247 E Street, South Boston School : Bigelow Amhilion: To travel. College: Harvard Hohl ' ies: Stamp collecting ALFRED A. DiRIENZO " Big Al " 368 Sumner Street, East Boston Se iool: Donald McKay Ambition: To become a millionaire College: M. I. T. Hohhics: Sports Patrol 4: Second Lieutenant: Track 2, i. 4- RICHARD E. DIXON " Dick " 29 Symphony Road, Back Bay School: Parlin Jr. High, Everett Ambition: To play professional basketball College: B. U. Room .Athletic Councillor 4; Bas- ketball 2, 3: Captain 4. LEO J. DOHERTY " Tiger " 989 Parker St., Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Ambition: To be a Marine College: Marine Corps Institute Hobbies: Crew Patrol 1: Band i. RICHARD M. DOHERTY " Dick " 27 Sumner Street, Dorchester School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Music, Dance Orchestra Leading Honors Ei, E2, E3, Bi, B2, H6, H3 H4, Mi, Si, S2, S3; Hon- or Roll I, 2, 4; Lawrence Prize Ml, H6, S3, B2; Fidelity Prize I, 2; Music Appreciation Club 3; Patrol 3, 4: Office Aide i, 2, 3, 4; Switchboard i, 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 2; Captain. ROBERT J. DONAHUE " Bob " 85 M Street, South Boston School: Nazareth Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 2; Baseball 3, 4; Hockey 3- DAVID DONG " Dave " 336 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a minerologist College: Franklin Technical Insti- tute Hobbies: Photography, Stamps, Baseball CHARLES T. DONOVAN " Charlie " 53 Johnson Street, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: Navy Hobbies: Sports Honors Fi, F2: Honor Roll 3, Baseball 2, 3j Football I, 2; Hockey 2, 3; Track 4. JOSEPH G. DONOVAN " Dunnie " 217 M Street, South Boston School: Oliver Hazard Perry Ambition: U. S. Navy College: Annapolis Hobbies: Sports EDWARD J. DORR " Bob " 24 Mall Street, Roxbury School: St. Rita ' s Ambition: To be an automobile ' mechanic Hobbies: Carving GEORGE H. DUNN " Red- 112 Victory Road. Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: U. S. Marine Corps Hobbies: Model Making Honors B2 K3, H2, K2: Honor Roll 2, 3; Photography Club 2: Patrol 2, 3: Room Athletic Councillor 2: Second Lieuten- ant: Football 2; Track 2, 3. JACQUES B. DUNN " Jack " 67 Temple Street, Dorchester WALTER J. DWYER " Wally " 43 Sydney Street. Dorchester School : St. Margaret ' s Ambition: To be a Business Execu- tive College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors Qi, B6, L2, Mi; Patrol 4; First Lieutenant; Football 2. EDWIN J. EAVES " Eddie " 14 Bond Street, Boston School: Rice School Ambition: Architecture College: M. L T. Hobbies: Dancing, Hockey, Wood- work Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant. LOWELL E. EDNEY " Ed " 53 Westminster Street, Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: Teach business subjects College: Boston University Hobbies: Playing the Piano and Organ Music .Appreciation Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; Drui;Ti and Fife 2. ARNOLD J. EISENBERG " . rnic " 405 .Marlborough Street, Boston School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a draftsman Hobbies: Photography, Chemistry, Flyim;, Drawing Honors D3. M3. M2. P3: Camera Club 2, 3: Band i. 2, 3: Drum and Fife 3, 4. THEODORE D. EISENSTADT .. " Buck " 24 Roslin Street, Dorchester School: Lewis Ambition: Electronics College: M. L T. Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Opera, Sculpturing Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3. HOWARD M. ELLIS " Howie " 15 Carol . venue, Brighton School: W. H. Taft College: Mass College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Music, Dancing WILLIAM S. EPSTEIN " Eppy " 1443 Blue Hill . venue, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a certified pub- lic accountant College: B. U. Hobbies: Dancing. Swimming Ski Club 4: Patrol 3; Second Lieu- tenant; Track 2, 3, Captain 4. NICHOLAS A. EVANGELISJA " Nick " 3 Wilbur Court, East Boston School: Mt. Carmel Ambition: Navy College: B. U. Hobbies: Baseball and Football Room Athletic Councillor 3. ROBERT S. FACKTOROFF " Bcb " 6 Cleaves Street, Roxbury School. Theodore Roosevelt Amhition: Advertising College: Boston University Hol ' hies: Aeronautics Patrol 2, 3; Baseball 4; Basket- ball 2. WILLIAM J. FAHEY " Bill " 56 Langley Road, Brighton School: Our Lady of the Presenta- tion Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston University Hobhies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 4: Basketball 2; Football 4- CARLOS A. FARIA " Chopin " 19 Harris Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a musician and teacher College: Teachers College Hobbies: Collecting Newspaper Music Criticisms. Honors L2, S2: Glee Club 4; Captain. WILLIAM G. FARIA " Bill " 19 Harris Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a radio techni- cian Hobbies-: Model Airplane Making, Sports GEORGE L. FARRELL " Georgie " 189 Savannah Avenue, Mattapan School: St. Angela ' s Hobbies: Basketball, Dancing DANIEL J. FARREN " Danny " 4 Forest Place, Charlestown School : Cheverus Ambition: To travel Hobbies: Sports Honors B2, Bi, Mi: Patrol 3, 4; Lieutenant. MARK A. FAY 26 Hilltop Street, Dorchester School: Woodrovv Wilson College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors Mi, F2; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 3. ROBERT L. FEENEY " Feeniment " 218 L Street, South Boston School: Bigelow Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley ' 5 School of Ac- counting Hobbies: Dancing, Skating, Bas- ketball Patrol 3; Room Councillor 2, 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer; First Lieutenant; Track 3. JOHN A. FEIL " Johnny " 26 Cambria Street, Boston School : Mary E. Curley Ambition: Interior Decorating College: N ' ew York School of In- terior Decorating Hobbies: Baseball, Dancing, Skat- ing Patrol 3; Second Lieutenant. MARVIN A. F-EINMAN " Pinky " 3 1 Johnston Road, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Chess Fidelity Prize 2; Chess Club 4; Cajnain; Track 2, 3, 4. JOHN J. FERRY " Jack " 7 Edson Street, Dorchester School : St. Matthews Ambition: Accounting Hobbies: Sports PAUL J. FINN " Jay " 504 Norfolk Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a radio announ- cer College: Emcrjon College Hobbies: Baseball. Hockey Honor Roll 3; Patrol 2, 3, 4; First Lieutenant. HAROLD FISHMAN " Hal " 107 Ormand Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg College: B. U. Hobbies: Stamps, Photography Honor Roll 2, 3: Fidelity Prize 3; Ski Club 4: Chess Club 4; Cam- era Club 4: Discussion Club 4: Science Club 4; Captain; Ten- nis 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3- ROBERT M. FITZPATRICK " Fitz " 2 1 Whitridge Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: Boston College Hobbies: Movies, Sports AMBROSE E. FLAHERTY " Flabo " 22 Mellcn Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Journalism College: B. U. Hobbies: Cartooning Track 3, 4. WILLIAM J. FLAHERTY " Flash " 125 Lexington Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a Coast Guard Officer College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Photography Track 3, 4. ABRAHAM J. FLICOP " Yossie " 15 Normandy Street, Roxbury School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be a sports writer College: Lowell Textile Hobbies: Baseball, Skating. Honors H2: Honor Roll 2; Law- rence Prize H3: Discussion Club 4: First Lieutenant. EDWARD P. FLYNN " Ed " 51 Orchardfield Street. Dorchester School: St. . mbrose Glee Club i: Patrol i: Room Ath- letic Councillor 2; Drum and Fife 1.2: Track 2. DANIEL P. FOLEY 5 Staniford Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: C. P. A. College: Suffolk U. Hobbies: Staimp Collecting Honor Roll 2: Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 4. JOHN THOMAS FOY " Jack " 251 Dudley Street School: St. Rita ' s Ambition: Salesman Hobbies: Baseball JOHN ANTHONY FRANCIS " Red " 49 Aspinwall Road, Boston School: St. Matthew School Ambition: To own a large business College: Burdett Hobbies: Swimming, basketball Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant; Basketball Ass ' t. Mgr. 4. PETER FRIED " Pete " 422 Norfolk Street, Dorchester School: Thccnpson Ambition: Success College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2, Science Club 3. HARVEY L. FRITZ 12 Brainerd Road, Allston School: W. H. Taft Ambition: To be a successful optometrist College: Mass School of Optomet- Hobbies: Photography, Music Science Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4: Captain 4. BENJAMIN M. FUCILLO " Benny " 305 North Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be an accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Harmonica, and .Airplane Making JOHN PETER GAFFNEY " Gaff " 447 Ashmont Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann School Ambition: To be a big business- man College: Harvard Patrol I, 2: Room Councillor 1: Drum and Fife 3. LAWRENCE B. GALER " Larry " 95 Washington Street, Dorchester Ambition: Big Business College: George Washington U. Hubbies: Military Life LEONARD V. GALLAGHER " Lenny " 122 Walford Way, Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: Chctiiist College: Mass. Inst, of Technology Hobbies: Stamps, Chemistry, Swimming Honors S3, C4, E4, M4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize S2; Dru ' m and Bugle i, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3; Captain. JAMES M. GALLOWAY " Jimmy " 61 Crawford Street, Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: Social Work College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Fidtlit ' Prize 4; Track 3. JOSEPH B. GAMBINO " Joe " 327 Border Street, East Boston School: Boston Latin Ambition: To go to the Coast Guard Academy. Hobbies: Roller Skating, Photo- graphy Honors F4, M4. GEORGE P. GANEM " Georgie " 6iQ Tremont Street, Boston School: Rice Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Sports Room . thletic Councillor i: Drum and Bugle 3. EARL M. GARBER " Ali " ig Lanark Road. Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison A ni bit ' io n: Bu siness College: Mass State Hobbies: Sports French Club 4: Second Lieuten- ant: Track 2. JOHN J. GEARY " Jack " 92 Draper Street, Dorchester School: Boston Latin Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Boston Universit) ' Hobbies: Chemistry, Fishing Honor Roll i. 2; Lawrence Prize Hi: Patrol 3; Room Councillor 3- ARTHUR A. GELLER " Art " 17 South Russell Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: Social Work College: Boston University Hobbies: Sailing. Basketball 3, 4. NORMAN GELLER " Norm " 42 Jones Avenue, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Business College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Photography. Patrol I : Second Lieutenant; Track 4- PHILIP A. GENATOSSIO " Phil " 1 399 A Dorchester Avenue School: Mather School Ambition: .advertising Manager College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 3; Drum and Fife 4. ALLAN GETMAN " Al " 42 EvcKn Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg .Inibition: Pharmacy College: Mass. College of Pharma- cy Hobb.es: Photography, Bowling Science Club 4: Camera Club 3; Drum and Fife ?. JAMES M. GIBBONS 2 1 St. Brendan Road, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: Medicine College: Harvard C ' hcss Club 4. GERARD R. GIBSON " Jerry " 15 Preston Road, West Roxbury School: Rcbert Gould Shaw Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: M. L T. Hobbies: Swimming, Hunting Ro().;n Councillor 4: Room .Athlet- ic Councillor 2, 3; Baseball 4; Football 2, 3: Secretary, Student Council. JOHN F. GIGLIO, JR. " Gigs " 58 Snowhill Street, Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Fishing, Music Yearbook Staff 4: Baseball 4; Football 2 3, 4. LAWRENCE P. GILLIGAN " Willy " 185 Cambridge Street, West End School : Blackstone Ambition: Millionaire College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Honors H2, H3; Patrol 4; First Lieutenant: Basketball 3. I MARIO A. GIUGGIO " Sam Wanamaker " 194 Salem Street, Boston School: Michelangelo .hnlntion: Broaihvay actor College: Harvard Huhhies: Dancing, Boxing, Fencing Orchestra 2: Captain. ANTONIO GIZZI " Tony " I 1 5 Salem Street, Boston School: Michelangelo College: Bentley ' s Hohbtes: Dancing Honor Roll 2, 3. Music, Sports LEONARD GLAZER 77 Lucerne Street, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: Law Hobbies: Sports and Music MORTON GOLD 488 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury School: Jr. High School 64, N. Y. College: B. U. College of Music Honors H3: Honor Roll 3; Dis- cussion Club 3, 4; Chess Club 4; French Club 4; Patrol 4; Music .Appreciation 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Second Lieutenant. DAVID E. GOLDBERG " Bug " 36 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be the employer; not the amployee. Hobbies: Fishing, eating French Club 2, Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant IRVING B. GOLDBERG " Goldie " 305 Fuller Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Hobbies: I ' ishing KENNETH J. GOLDEN " Ken " 24 . mcrican Legion Highway, Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an army officer College: Harvard Hobbies: Boxing, Poetry, Jazz Honors Fi, Mi, H2; Honor Roll 2; Discussion Club 4; Captain; Track 3. GERALD R. GOLDIE " Jerry " 3 Carol .Avenue, Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: Pharmacy College: Mass. College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Tennis, Music Patrol 4; Lieutenant. ROBERT GOLDMAN " Bob " 84 Hazleton Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an investment broker Hobbies: Cards, Bowling Patrol 4. THEODORE J. GOLDSTEIN " Ted " 16 Charlotte Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Business College: Bendey ' s Hobbies: Sports Rocvn . thletic Councillor 2, 3. DAVID S. GOODMAN " Goody " 36 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School: Sarah Greenwood Ambition: Air Corps College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Stamps and Planes Honor Roll 2; Patrol 3, 4. ROBERT L. GOODMAN 1 1 North Russell Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Honors E2; Honor Roll 2; Fidel- ity Prize 3; Science Club 4; Office Aide 4; Captain. ALLAN S. GORDON •■Al " 94 Corey Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Dentistry College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors L2, P3; Honor Roll 2 Office Aide 2, 3; Track 2, 3. MARTIN E. GORIN " Marty " 14 Johnson Road, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Advertising College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball JASON A. GOTTLIEB " Jay " 74 American Legion Highway, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To take a trip around the world College: Boston University Hobbies: Firearms, Fantasy, Pho- tography Camera ( " lub i, 2, 3, 4; Discus- sion Club 2, 3; Patrol 3, 4; Of- fice Aide 3, 4: Second Lieuten- ant; Tennis 3, 4. PHILIP A. GRANT " Flip " 280 Minot Street, Dorchester School: Mather School Ambition: To become a sports writer College: B. C. Hobbies: Fishint;. Cartooning ROBERT J. GRAVALLESE " Bob " 225 Maverick Street, East Boston School: Mt. Carmel A mbition : Dentistry College: Tufts Hobbies: Fishing and Boating Honors I2; Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Office Aide 4: Rooim Councillor 2, 3: Captain. JOHN M. GREENE " Greenie " 144 Fuller Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Marine Engineering College: Northeastern Hobbies: Modeling Captain. ALBERT W. GRIFFIN " Grift " 19 Stellman Road. Roslindale School: Washington Irving College: Northeastern Hobbies: Magic, Bowling, Stamjis Honors M3; Honor Roll 3; Year- book Staff 4: Record Staff 4; Patrol 4; Captain: Golf 3. ROBERT J. GROSS " Bobby " 90 Corbet Street. Dorchester School: Frank V. Thocnpson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Phar- acy Hobbies: Photography Second Lieutenant. WILLIAM GROSS ••Hill " 3 Martlen Ave, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson College: M. I. T. Hohbies: Sports GEORGE E. GUSTAFSON " Gus " 28 Glen Road, Ja ' maica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Hohhics: Flyin T Honor Roll 4; Band 2; Baseball i. ROBERT J. HABEEB ••Bob " I Hanson Street, Boston School : Rice School Honors Si; Honor Roll i, 2, 3; Fidelity Prize i, 2; Room Coun- cillor 2; Second Lieutenant. JOHN R. HANNA " Dick " 5 Vinson Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Christian Work College: Providence Bible Institute Track 4; Tennij 2, 3. JOHN P. HANNON ' •Jack " 23 Topliff Street, Dorchester School: Mather School College: Bendey ' s Hobbies: Hockey, Swimming Honors D3. DONALD G. HANSON ' •Don " 55 Downer Avenue, Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentlcy ' s Hobbies: Sports Track 3, 4. JOSEPH P. HARNEDY 162 Ashmont Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH J. HARRINGTON " Hago " 10 Norton Street, Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a coach College: B. U. Room Councillor 3; Baseball 2, 4. TIMOTHY F. HARRINGTON " Frannie " 6 Tovar Street, Dorchester School : Mather College: Lowell Institute Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Bill- iards HOWARD R. HARRISON " Howie " 25 Crowell Street, Dorchester School: F. Y- Thompson Ambition: To be a millionaire College: B. U. Hobbies: All Sports Room Athletic Councillor 4; Bas- ketball i; Football i, 2, 3; Track I. JOSEPH R. HARTIGAN " Joe ' " 69 Gallivan Blvd., Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: To own a Cadillac College: Northeastern Patrol 2. 3; Room . thletic Coun- cillor 2, 3; Chairman, Prom Committee. DAVID A. HARVEY 802 Blue Hill . venue. Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineering College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Chess Club 4; Pa- trol 4: First Lieutenant. PAUL E. HEFFERNAN " Hef 52 Hillsdale Street. Dorchester School. St. Gregory ' s Ambition: U. S. Marine Corps Avi- ation College: U. S. Naval . cademy Hobbies: Photography. Flying, Sports Camera Club i. 2: Patrol 3, 4; Roocn Councillor i, 2, 4: Lieu- tenant; Football 2. 3, 4: Student Council I : Prom Committee. MILTON L. HELLER " .Milty " 377 Blue Hill .Avenue. Roxbury School: Patrick T. Ca ' mpbell Ambition: To be a public relation? man College: B. U. Hobbies: Travel. Photography, Politics Camera Club i: Discussion Club 4- CLEMENT R. HIGH " Clem " 35 Homestead Street, Dorchester School : Lewis Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Football, Swii:nming, Singing Patrol 3. FRANK R. HILL 27 Granite .Avenue. Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a Physical Edu- cation Instructor College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography Honor Roll i: Football 3. 4: Track 2. A- WILLIAM L. HOLDEN. JR. " Stretch " 63 Boutweli Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a boys ' Secretary or Scout Executive College: Springfield Hobbies: Stamp Collecting and Moilel Makmg Honor Roll 2: Yearbook Staff 45 Record Staff 4: Chess Club 4; Science Club 4: Captam. GEORGE J. HOLLAND, JR. " Dutch " 27 McDonough Way. South Boston School: St. .Ambrose Anibit:on: Success College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3: Baseball 3. 4: Hcckey 2. 3. 4- RICHARD A. HOOD " Dick " 50 Decatur Street. Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a chef Hobbies: Drawing, Gun Collecting Record Staff 4. FREDERICK H. HOWDY " .Andy " 22 Bradford Street, South End School : Rice Ambition: To be nch Hobbies: Bowling EUGENE J. HUNT " Red " 33 Boynton Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Amhit ' .on: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hohhics: Sports Honors Qi; Honor Roll 3, 4; Year- book Staff 4; Patrol 2; First Lieutenant; Baseball 3, 4; Track 3- EDWARD F. HUNTER " Jig " 28 Juliette Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s College: Boston University Hobhics: Baseball, Football Patrol 3; Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 4. EDWARD F. HURLEY, JR. " Ed " 35 Atkins Street, Brighton School: Our Lady of the Pres- entation Amlutiou: To get ahead Hobbies: Sports Football 3, 4. RICHARD A. ISASI " Dick " 67 Byron Street, East Boston School : John Cheverus Ambition: To be an electrical technician College: Technical school Hobbies: Football, Drawing, Carv- ing Honorj H2. CLINTON ISRAEL " Wynne " no Ellington Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Wholesale Merchandise College: Boston University Hobbies: Music and Dancing Honors L2, Gi; Honor Roll 2, 3; Science Club 4. WILLIAM C. IZZO " Bill " 60 Leverett Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Phar- macy Hobbies: C hess, Swimming HARRY E. JACKSON " Junior " 3 Maple Court, Roxbury School: Roosevelt Ambition: To be a baseball player College: Boston College Hobbies: . rt ALAN H. JACOBSON " Buddy " 16 Nottinghill Road, Brighton School: T. . Edison Ambition: To be a successful busi ncssmen College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Photography, Sports Honors M2; Honor Roll i, 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; French Club 2; Camera Club 3; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2, 4; Captain; Track EDWARD R. JAFERIAN " Jeff " 65 Wyoian Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a business ad- ministrator College: Boston Uni rsity Hobbies: .■ utomobiles RONALD A. JENKINS " Ronnie " 20 Wilder Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2. Track 2. LLOYD A. JOHNSON " Al " 7 Gannett Street, Roxbury School : Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Baseball Patrol 3; Track 2, 3, 4. SQUARE C. JOHNSON " Chris " 102 W. Springfield Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be an artist College: Mass. School of Art Hobbies: Painting. Airplane Mod- eling Drum and Bugle 3, 4: Drum and Fife 2; Track 4. THOMAS E. JOHNSON " Star " 113 Humbokit . venue. Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: To be a Journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: . irplane Modeling, Cook- ing. Track 2. JUNIOUS P. JONES " Stretch " 385 Columbus .Vvcnue. Boston School: Knox High Ambition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Basketball. Swimming. Dancing Track 3. ALFRED JORDAN " Al " 42 Waumbeck Street. Roxbury School: Lewis Hobbies: Music Patrol 2. JAMES M. JOYCE " Jimmy " 6 Leyland Street, Dorchester School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To be a success in foot- ball College: Notre Dame, Indiana Hobbies: Football. Baseball Honors Li; Glee Club 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Baseball 3; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3. PATRICK F. JOYCE " Frank " 27 . rinandine Street, Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize Yearbook Staff 4- CHARLES S. JUMPRE 20 F.lton Street. Dorchester School: J. P. Tuiiilty NORMAN E. KAHN 7 Greendale Road, Mattapan School: Solci ' Tion Lewenberg Ambition: . rcheologv College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography Camera Club 3. 4. ROBERT R. KALOGEROS " Bob " 19 Gainsboro Street, Boston Schoo : William Blackstone Ambition: To be a successful mil- lionaire College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports. Bowling Honor Roll 3: Lawrence Prize K3. Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 4; Room .Athletic Councillor 2; Junior Class Treasurer: Captain; Track 3, 4- JOHN P. KAKLE -lack " I I Edison Crccn, Dorchester School: Chcvcrus Anihitioii: To travel College: Annapolis Hobbies: Athletics, Sailing Honors M2: H(.nor Roll 2; Ski Club 4; Room Athletic Council- lor ?, 4: Chairman of Picture Committee, Member of Pram Ciymmittee: Haseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4: Captain. LEONARD S. RASTER ■•Butch " 24 Astoria Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenbert; Ambition: To be successful. College: Boston University Hobbies: Athletics Camera Club 2: Patrol 3; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; Track GERALD E. KATZ " Gerry " 2! Evelyn Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an architect College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Photography, Skiincr Tennis Yearbook Staff 4: Record Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Camera Club 4: Science Club 4: Ski Club 4: Drum and Fife 2: Tennis 4; Music Appreciation Club 4. BURTON S. KAUFMAN " Funnyman " 8 Kinross Road, Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: Television - .Advertising Executive College: Boston University Hobbies: Philately, Television Treasurer Science Club 4; Discus- sion Club 4: Patrol 3. THOMAS J. KEAVENEY " Beany " 15 Litchfield Street, Brighton School: St. .Anthony ' s, .-Mlston Ambition: Business College: M. L T. Hobbies: Sports Basketball i : Hockey i : Track i ; Rooim Athletic Councillor i. LOUIS KEIMACH " Lou " 137 Intervale Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a journalist and radio announcer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Campaign Manager 3, 4; Captain. KENNETH R. KELLY " Ken " 40 Ha iland Road, Roslindale School: Washington Irving College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Sports ROBERT L. KELLEY 17 Newport Street, Dcrchester School: St. Margaret ' s R(jom Athletic Councillor ; Base- ball 2, 3; Football 2, 3. WARREN R. KEMP " Randy " 38 Ransom Road, Brighton School: Thomas . Edison Ambition: .Xrcheologist College: University of Chicago Hobbies: Stamps, Sports Baseball 3; Track 4. JOHN F. KENNEDY " Jack " 601 East Seventh Street, South Boston School: T. N. Hart Ambition: Medicine College: Boston College Hobbies: Photography Honors H2; Camera Club 4; Vice President Junior Class; Second Lieutenant. ALFRED T. KING " Al " 511 Geneva Avenue, Dorchester School : Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Music, Bowling Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize B 3; Patrol 3: Office Aide 4: Band 2 3. 4- PATRICK J. KING " Pat " 50 Bataan Court, Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To succeed College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Football, Basketball Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize i; Office Aide 2; Captain. DONALD M. KOBRIN " Don " 84 Corey Road, Brighton School: H. . . Baldwin Ambition: Engineering Fidelity Prize 2; Science Club 4; French Club 3: Band 2, 3, 4; Drum and Fife 3. STANLEY N. KOFFMAN " Stan " 565 Norfolk Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a success in life Hobbies: Play the Trumpet, Sports Patrol 3, 4; Captain; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2. EDMONDE KOFMAN " Eddie " 103 Wellington H 11 Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a hotel manager College: Denver University Hobbies: Roller Skating, Bowling Patrol 2. WESTON G. KOLSTI " ' esty " 4331 Washington Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: Radio broadcasting College: Northeastern Hobbies: Electronic. Baseball JOHN R. KOMAR " Jack " 74 Train Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Geologv College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports, Models Patrol 2; Football 3; Track 3, 4. GEORGE E. KONTSAS 18 Warner Street, Dorchester School: Wendell Holmes Ambition: To be a chemical en- gineer College: M. L T. Hobbies: Sports Honors M2; Honor Roll 2; Fidel- ity Prize 3; Honor Guard 4; Patrol 3: Room Councillor 3; Track 2: Golf 2. RICHARD E. KORDASZEWSKI " De Rocket Richard " 14 Willard Street, Boston School: St. Joseph ' s Hobbies: Sports Office - idc 2. 3; Football 3: Hoc- key i; Track 3. MARTIN KOREN " Mert " 35 Fessenden Street. Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business College: B. U. RONALD A. KRAUSE 98 Henicnway Street, Boston School: Prince Ainbilion: Physical Education College: B. U. Hobbies: Swimminu, Camping Track 3, 4. MAXWELL R. KROZY " Max " 12 Columbia Road, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To have many friends and be a success in business College: Boston University Hobbies: Boxing. Music Patrol 3: Second Lieutenant. CHARLES F. KVICALA " Chuck " 25 Thomas Park, Simth Boston School: Thomas N. Hart Ambition: To be a Coast Guard officer College: U. S. Coast Guard Acad- emy Hobbies: Campinfr Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4. STEVEN T. LADOULIS " Steve " 39 Walnut Park, Roxbury Ambition: To be a teacher College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sportf Switchboard 4. JAMES H. LAHAGE " Jim " 681 Tremont Street, Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Patrol 2; Switchboard i; Drum and Bugle 3. MARTIN LAMPERT " Moi " 24 Auburn Street, Boston School: VVilli;b:n Blackstone Ambition: To be a pilot Hobbies: Bowling, Record Collect- ing Patrol 4; Lieutenant. JAMES B. LANG 32 East Street, Dorchester School: Mather Ambition : Business College: 15oston College Hobbies: Swimming, Ca ' inping RICHARD A. LANNAN " Buck " 47 Lyon Street, Dorchester School : Mather Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, Baseball Prom Committee 4. SHERMAN LAZRUS " Sandy " 34 Waumbcck Street. Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: Musician College: Schillinger House Hobbies: Stamp Collecting. Radio. Photography Patrol 2. 3, 4; Office Aide 3: Room Councillor 2. EDWARD M. LEONARD " Eddie " 128 M Street, South Boston School : Nazareth Ambition: Navv THOMAS W. LEONARD " Tommy " 44 Mora Street, Dorchester School: Woodrovv Wilson Amhilion: To be a social worker College: Boston College Hobbies: Record Collecting, Sing- ing RICHARD L. LETIZIA " Dick " 32 Chambers Street, Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: Stage College: Dramatic School Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roil 3: Patrol 2, 3. 4: Room Councillor 4. NORMAN LEVINE " Normie " 275 Norfolk Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Business College: Suffolk Hobbies: Boxing, Music, Football SUMNER LEVINE " Sum " 342-4 Harrison Avenue, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Never to stop learning College: M. L T. Hobbies: Photograph % Science, Drumming, Baseball, Football. Honors H2. Li, Gi; Honor Roll 2: Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Camera Club 4: Chess Club 4: Science Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Pa- trol 4; Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4; Captain: Song Committee 4; Roam Councillor 5. RAPLH S. LEVITT " Ralph " 23 Floyd St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson ylmbition: To be a physicist College: Tufts College Hobbies: Photography, Radio, Chemistry Honors H2, M3, P3; Honor Roll 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2; Ski Team, Camera Club Treasurer 4; First Lieutenant: Golf 2; Manager 3, 4- JOHN A, LIMONGIELLO " Lemons " 0 Murray Court, East B ston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a cheniist College: Tufts Hobbies: F(!otball, Baseball, Chenv istrv Tr.K-k ' 2. GEORGE A. LIMPEROPOULOS " Georgie ' " 284 Roslindale . venue, Roslmdale School: Washington Irving Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Boxing, Stamp Collecting, Football, Bowling Office Aide 2: Room Athletic Councillor 2. NORMAN S. LINDSAY " lake " 9 Haley Street, Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: To be an architectural engineer College: M. L T. Hobbies: Sports, Swimming, Farm- ing Honors E2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4: Chess Clab 4; Band i, 2. JOSEPH V. LOBOSCO •Joe- fig Charles Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a contractor College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Sports Baseball Manager 3; Football 3, 4. LAWRENCE D. LOOKNER " Larry " 7 Vesta Road, Dorchester School: Public Latin School College: New England Conservato- ry of Music Discussion Club 3; Band 3. GERARD V. LOUGHNANE " Jerry " 3 Gayhead Street, Jamaica i ' lain School: Chevcrus School Ainbitlon: Business Hubbies: Music JOSEPH LOUSARARIAN " Joe " 14 Norton Street, Dorchester School : Mather Ambition: Professional Baseball College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Athletics Room Athletic Councillor 3, Baseball i, 2, 3, Captain Football 4; Hockey 3, 4. ALEXANDER LoVERME " Sharkey " 226 Paris Street, East Boston School: Fitton Ambition: To live right Hobbies : Photography Track 3. ROBERT I. LURIE " Bob " 116 Olney Street. D ' rchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors Li, Mi: Honor Roll 2; French Club 4: Camera Club 3: Patrol 4; Captain. JAMES F. LYNCH " Lynchy " 6 Valentine Street, Roxbury School: P. T. Timilty Ambition: Business College: Bryant and Stratton First Lieutenant. ROBERT J. LYNCH " Bob " 275 (Chestnut . venuc, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a court steno- grapher College: B. U. Hobbies: Music. Sports Patrol 4. ROBERT W. LYNN " Bob " 23H Newbury Street, Boston School: Prince Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing WILLIAM J. McBARRON " Mac " 17 Bullard Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: . utomobile Mechanics, Footb.ill RAYMOND E. McCARRON " Ray " 58 Hobart Street, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Music, Hockey, Skiing Orchestra i, 2. WILLIAM J. McELHINNEY " Mack " 22 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a sports commen- tator Hobbies: Baseball and Football GEORGE H. McGINNIS " Mac " ' 12 Guilford Street, Allston School: W. H. Taft Amhition: Industrial Engineering College: Northeastern Hobbies: Gas Model Airplanes, Baseball Camera Club 2: Patrol 2; Dru n and Fife 2; Golf 2. HUGH F. McGOURTY " Mac " 14 St. Brendan Road, Dorchester School: B. C. High College: Notre Dame Honor Roll 2; Patrol 3; iAha Aide i: Room Councillor 2; Band 2: Orchestra 2; Lieuten- ant: Baseball 2: Basketball 2: Football 3; Hockey i; Track 2. JAMES H. McKENNEY " Red " 24 Whitman Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a policeman College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Stamps, Sports Patrol I. OVID L. MacKINNON " Mac " 43 Hu ' mboldt Avenue, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Airplane Models, Skiing Ski Club 4: Drui ' ii and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. PHILIP J. McKINNON " Phil " 99 West Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: Drafting College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball Honors M2, M3; Honor Roll 2, ; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Office Aide 4; Captain; Hockey 4. JOHN D. McLaughlin " Mac " 33 Woodward . venue. Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To be a iournalist College: B. C. Hobbies: Sports Track 2. LEONARD J. McMAHAN " Mac " 53 Fairview Street, Roslindale School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a salesman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize B2. ROBERT K. McMANUS " Mac " 41 10 Washington Street, Roslindale School : Washington Irving College: Lowell Tech Hobbies: Photography, Sports First Lieutenant; Patrol 4. DOUGLAS J. MacMASTER " Doug " 22 Iffley Road, Jamaica Plain School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a lawyer College: St, Francis Xavier Hobbies : Sports Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff Sports Editor 4; Junior Class President 3; Foot- ball 3, 4: Chairman Midwin- ter " Prom " Committee; Mem- ber of Youth Advisory Council; Junior Town Meeting League JOHN F. McNAMARA, JR. " Mac " 4 Gene Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Ambition: . ccounting College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Baseball i ; Basketball 2. HENRY H. MAHN " Hank " 43 Melville Avenue, Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: Civil Service Employee Hohhics: Sports Alu. ' iini Committee. ROBERT R. MAHN " Bob " 43 Mehillc Avenue, Dorchester School: Mather College: Boston University Hohbics: Sports, Dancing Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3; Executive Committee: Track i, JOHN F. MAHONEY " Moe ' 17 Raven Street, Dorchester School: St. Marjjaret ' s Ambition: To own a car College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Fishins: Room Councillor 2. CHARLES T. MALONE " Chuck " 115 St. Rose Street, Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas . quinas Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3. EDWARD MAPLE " Sonnv " 55 Tennis Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Baseball, Photography Patrol 3. JOSEPH R. MARSOLINI " Muzzy " 33 Mxrtlc Street, Boston School: John .- . , mlrcw Ambition: Radio announcer College: Emerson Hohbics: Sports, Eating, Dancing Patrol 4; Room Athletic Council lor 4; Drum and Bugle i, 2 First Lieutenant. GEORGE S. MARTIN " Stet " 9 Howe . vcnue, South Boston School: T. N. Hart Ambition: To have a car College: B. U. Room Councillor 4; Track 2. ELIDORE MASIELLO " Mas " 166 Gove Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a druggist College: M. C. P. Hobbies: Sports Football 3, 4. JOHN J. MASOTTA " Nails " 27 Stellman Road. Roslmdale School: Washington Ir ing An:bitio!i: Meilicinc College: Tufts Medical School Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2: Room Councillor 2; Football I. 2, 3. ROBERT R. MASURET " Mazz " 64 0 .Adai-Tis Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Commercial .Art College: New England .A-rt School Hobbies: Sports, roller skating, po- lo, stamps Honor Roll i; Ski Club 4; Patrol 3; Drum and Fife 3, 4: Golf i. JOSEPH E. MAUGER " Tex " I Appian Way, Allston School: St. Anthony ' s Ambition: Business OTHON MAVRO 7 Royal Street, Allston School: William H. Taft Ambition: Marine Engineering College: N. Y. U. Hobbies: Clarinet, Sports Banil 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, MICHAEL J. MAZZARELLA " Bill " 1 93 Endicott Street, Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To travel College: B. C. Hobbies: Dancing, Drawing, Sports Room Athletic Councillor I. FRANK F. MEGNA " Spanky " 585 Saratoga Street, East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To travel around the world College: King ' s Point Maritime Academy Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4: Record Staff 4; Football 2. ERNEST E. MESSINA " Ernie " 20 Davis Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a printer Hobbies: Photography and Music Patrol i; Orchestra 2: Drum and Bugle 3; Second Lieutenant. ALBERT A. METTA " Sonny " q Waltham Street, Boston School : Rice .Imbition: To be a politician Hobbies: Bowling Patrol I, 2, 3, 4: Room . thlctic Councillor i. RICHARD R. MIRANDA " Dick " 1528 Centre Street, Roshii dale School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Dancing, Bowling, Roller skating. Horseback riding. Yacht- ing Office . ide 3; Second Lieutenant; Track 3. RICHARD A. MONTGOMERY " Monty " 40 Glencoe Street, Brighton School: St. Columbkille College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports H.Lscball 4: Football 2. DANIEL M. MORIARTY " Moe " 272 E. Cottage Street, Dorchestci School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a bookkeeper College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4: Room Athletic Coun- cillor 3: Drum and Bugle 1, 2. 3; Captain. ROBERT P. MORRIS " Bob " 90 Minot Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wiljon Ambition: Satisfaction from life Hobbies: Travel, Baseball Patrol 4; Baseball 3; Track 2, 3, 4- RONALD E.. MORRIS " Ronnie " 1 6 Harold Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Amhition: Engineering College: Boston University Hobhics: Archery, Drawing, Photo- graphy Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J. MORTON " Bob " 126 Bayswater Street, East Bost ' jn School: Blackington Ambition: To be an admiral Hobbies: Making model airplanes Honors Ei, E2. VIRGILIO MOSCARITOLO " Richy " 297 Havre Street, East Boston School: J. H. Barnes Ambition: To be a captain in the Army College: Boston College Hobbies: Collcctmg St;wnps Honors Fi, F2. ROBERT F. MULHALL " Mill " 2T Oakley Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition : To make a couple of million Patrol I : Baseball i ; Basketball i JAMES J. MULRENAN " Joe " 57 Belvidere Street, Boston School: Prince. Ambition: .Aviation College: Bo.ston College Hobbies: Sports EDWARD J. MULVANEY " Ed " I Rena Street, . llston School : St. Anthony ' s Ambition: To be an accountant College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 2: Football 3. DONALD A. MUNROE " Don " 107 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: To be a checnica! engin- eer College: Northeastern JOHN E. MURPHY " Murph " 16 Epping Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston Teachers College Hobbies: Piano, Sports RICHARD L. MURPHY " Leo " 26 Bradfield Avenue, Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a surgeon College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors Li: Patrol t,: Office Aide 2; Baseball 3; Track 3. STEPHEN J. MURPHY, JR. " Steve " 22 Codman Street, Dorchester School : Woodrow Wilson College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Footb.ill 4. ANDREW J. MURRAY " Duke " 10 Branton Street, Dorchester School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To make a couple o£ million Patrol i: Baseball i; Track i. LEON G. NAGLER " Lee " 3 1 Kerwin Street. Dorchester School: Southern Junior High Somerville Ambition: Medicine, bacteriology College: Harvard Hobbies: Tennis, Basketball, Read- ins; Honor Roll 2: Patrol 4: Office . ide 3: First Lieutenant: Tennis 3- 4- THOMAS NAPOLEON " Tom " 39 Orniond Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Architecture College: M. L T. Hobbies: Sports, Philately Honors L4, E2; Honor Roll 2. 4: Lawrence Prize L3; Fidelity Prize 2: Discussion Club 4; Sci- ence Club 4: First Lieutenant. RONALD V. NASSON " Ronnie " 26 Enfield Street, Jamaica Plim School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To become an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports PAUL R. NECKES " Muscles " 23 Pasadena Road, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Photography, Baseball, Fishing, Sailing Captain. JOHN L NELSON " Swede " 127 Dakota Street, Dorchester School: Central Junior High, Q)uincy .Imbition: Navy Hobbies: Photographv Tra k 2. THOMAS J. NOONE " Joe " 5 Topliff Street. Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an accountant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Hockey 4. RICHARD N. NUNES " Dick " 124 Gladstone Street, East Boston School: Cheverus .Imbition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, Weightlift- mg. Bowling Honor Roll 11 Office . ide i: Room Councillor 3: Captain; Track i. DONALD F. O ' BRIEN " OBie " 266 Brookline .Avenue, Boston School: Brookline Hobbies: Sailing, Skiing Discussion Club 4; Baseball 4. JOHN J. O ' BRIEN " O ' Bie " 56 Bradeen Street, Roslindale School: Washington Irving .Imbition: Business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize i. ROBERT W. O ' CONNOR " Okie " 22q Kclton Street, Allston School: W. H. Taft Aiubiliun: Business College: Northeastern Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant. WILLIAM JOSEPH O HARA " Bumps " 15 Roci iiiere Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Ambition: Accounting Hobbies: Sports Patrol r: Room Councillor; First Lieutenant. WILLIAM H. OHRENBERGER " Bill " 40 Ellison . venue, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: Law College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors Mi, M2, M3; Fidelity Prize i; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room . thletic Coun- cillor I, 2: Class President ' 49; Hockey Manager 4. JOSEPH J. O ' KEEFE " Joe " 4 Pleasant Street, Dorchester School : Edward Everett Ambition: Business Hobbies: Sports BARRY I. OSHRY " Osh " 24 Hazleton Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Medicine College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports Honors E2: Honor Roll 2; Science Club 4; Patrol 4. THOMAS E. O ' TOOLE " Tootsie " 547 Gallivan Boulevard Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Hobbies: Chess Ofl ' icc .Aide 4; Drum and Bugle 4: Baseball 4; Football 4; Track 4- NICHOLAS G. PANGAKIS " Greek " 15 Vancouver Street, Boston School : Latin School Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, golfing Honors K2, Pi, F2; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize K2; Fidel- ity Prize 3; Office Aide 4. HANS J. PECHNER 122 Union Park Street, Boston School: Oswego, N. Y. Ambition: To be a C. P. A. Hobbies: Philately, Carpentry, Reading, Farming Honors Ei, Ii, B3, Qi K2; Flon- or Roll I, 3: Captain. HENRY W. PEELE " Henry ' 1 5 Braddock Park, Boston School: . braham Lincoln Ambition: Navy Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming Captain. ARTHUR PENN " Push, pull, klik, klik " 55 Johnson Road, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a Photographic Technician College: Rochester Institute of Technology Hobbies: Photography and Model Airplanes Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Science Club 4; Camera Club 2; Vice President 4; Official school photographer 4; Glee Club I. TIGLATH PERCH " Tig " 4 Decatur Street. Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a coinimercial ar- tist College: School of the Muscu ' m of Fine Arts Hohhies: Philately. Swimming, Clay Modelling Honors H2. P3; Fidelity Prize 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Record Staff 4; First Lieutenant. SERAFINO S. PERRA " Fino " 100 Paris Street, East Boston School: Garfield Jr. High Ambition: Electrical engineering College: M. L T. Hobbies: Radio Honors P3: G2; Office . ide 3; Captain. PAUL D. PETERS " Pablo " 41 Munroe Street. Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: To be a lawver College: B. U. Hobbies: Shorts, Music Track 2 VINCENT A. PETRILLO " ' inny " 160 Salem Street. Boston School : Michelangelo Ambition: To be a stenographer College: B. U. Hobbies: Football. Basketball RICHARD J. PIERI " Dick " 72 Co, ' npton Street. Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Coljege: B. U. Hbbics: Baseball, Coins, Fishing Lieutenant. GERALD E. POLLACK " Jerry " 1726 Commonwealth . venue Brighton School: T. A. Edison Ambition: To be a public relations agent College: Boston University Hobbies Radio, Phot ography Ski club 4. JOHN L. POST " Post " 85 Westland Avenue. Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Photography, Music, Ra- tlio Camera Club i : Patrol i ; Switch- board 2; Band 4: Orchestra 2; PETER J. POULOS " Tucky " 193 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roojevelt Ambition: Politics College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Dancing, Fishing Patrol 4 Football i, 2; TracTt i. HENRY E. PRANSKY " Hank " 34 . ngell Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business .Administration College: Harvard Hobbies: Woodworking Honors Gi: Honor Roll 2, 3: Year- Book Business Manager 4: Rec- ord Staff Business Manager 4: Science Club 2; Patrol 4: Rotary Club Delegate 4: Prom Commit- tee 4: Junior Red Cross Delegate 3; Junior Class Executive Com- mittee; Captain. STANLEY PRANSKY " Stan " 49 West Selden Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an artist College: Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston Hobbies: Fishing. Swimming. Drawing, Sports Yearbook Staff .Art Editor 4: Record Art Editor 4. FRANCIS R. PROCTOR, JR. " Procie " iig Harrishof Street, Roxbury School : Lewis Ambition: To be a lawyer College: B. C. Track 3. BERNARD PSHOTER " Butty " 383 Norfolk Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Aiubitioii: To be a clergyman College: Yeshiva University, N. Y. Hobbies: Boating, Swimming, Stamp Collecting Patrol 2; Captain. PAUL A. QUIRK " Big Paul " 198 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a coach College: B. C. Hobbies: Sports Honors Fi; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Foot- ball 3; Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4- ALVIN L. RAMSDELL " Larry " 149 Park Drive, Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Music, Sports Room Athletic Councillor i, 2, 3; Baseball 2. FREDERICK A. RICCIARDELLI " Fred " 243 Lexington Street, East Boston School: Sacred Heart Ambition: To be a businessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, Swimming ALLAN L. RICE " Al " 34 Wolcott Street, Dorchester Si hool : Boston Latin Ambition: To be a politician College: B. U. Hobbies: Politics, Reading Honors M3; Honor Roll 3; Patrol 4; Captain. BORIS S. RICHMAN " Beau " 106 Walford Way, Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Business Administration College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography Camera Club Treasurer i, 2, 3; Patrol 4; Discussion Club 4; Science Club 4; Band 2; Or- chestra 2. LEONARD RIDINI 4789 Washington Street, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: To be an athletic dir- ector College: University of N. H. Hobbies: .Athletics Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4. LEONARD P. RITTENBERG " Lenny " 6 Pama Gardens, Brighton School: Public Latin College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball Honor Roll 2: Lieutenant. BENEDETTO RIZZO " Benny " 33 Snowhill Street, Boston School: St. Anthony ' s Ambition: To travel College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3, 4: Office .Aide 4; Drum and Bugle i; Lieutenant 4; Track 2, 3. JOHN B. ROCHE " Rochie " 7 Revere Street. Jamaica Plain School: Boston Latin Ambition: To travel College: Tufts Hobbies: Gas models, hunting Honor Roll 2, 3: Fideliti.- Prize French Club Vice President 2; First Lieutenant. CHARLES T. ROGERS " Buddy " 42 Meadowbank Avenue. Mattapan School: Dearborn Ambi ion: To be a clerk in a bank Hobbies: AU Sports BENJAMIN ROSALES " Benny " 129 W. Concord Street, Boston School : Dwight Ambition: Teaching College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, sports. Discussion Club 4: ' ice President Science Club 4: Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3: Lieutenant. ROBERT J. ROSENBERG " Bobby " 54 Westmore Road, Mattapan School : Sol x ' Tion Lewenberg Ambition: Perfection College: Northeastern Hobbies: Reading, Coins Honors H2, H3, L3, E2, E3, F2. ROBERT H. ROSENBLATT " Doc " 287 CoiiTmonwealth . venue, Boston School: Manchester Central High College: B. U. Hobbies: Guns, Books, Science Science Club 4: Camera Club 4; Discussion Club 4. DANIEL ROSENFIELD " Danny " 183 Callcnder Street. Dorchester School: Roxbury Memorial Ambition: Chemistry College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Reading Histor Science Club 4: Discussion Club 4. ALLEN ROSENSTEIN ••Al " 48 Hosmer Street. .Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Burdett Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3; Basket- ball 1. 2, 3. BENSON ROWE " Ben " 448 Park Drive, Boston School: Chestnut Street Junior High, Springfield, Mass. Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Basketball HYMAN RUBIN •Rube " 30 Leston Street. Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg ' Ambition: To be an accountant College: Bentley " s Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3. ROBERT J. RUBIN " Rube " 41 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Medicine College: Tufts Hobbies: Comedy and Magic Shows Honors M2: Honor Roll 2, 3: Record Staff 4: Discussion Club 4: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Captain. JOSEPH RUSSO " Joe " 300 Maverick Street, East Boston School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a high school teacher College: Salem Teachers ' College Hobbies: Shorthand, Baseball, Box- ing Patrol 4; Office Aide 4. RALPH P. RUTA " Chickie " 7 Dewey Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Stamp Collecting Track 4. ARTHUR F. RYAN " Art " 34 Mt. Ida Road, Dorchester School: Grovcr Cleveland Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, Swimming, Base- ball, Basketball JAMES F. RYAN " Jii!n " 2 Rataan Court, Roxbury School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Business College: Bryant and Stratton Hobbies: Sports, Music Patrol 2; Basketball 2; Football 3; Track 2. ROBERT SABINE " Spanky " 50 Bataan Court, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty ALBERT SABINO " Al " 222 Marrijon Avenue, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Baseball 3, 4. ROBERT M. SAEF " Bob " 51 Ormond Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Science Club Patrol 4: Second Lieutenant. ARNOLD H. SAKLAD " Sak " 22 Decring Road, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg College: Northeastern Discussion Club 2; Track i, 2, ROBERT P. SANTIS " Bob " 40 Lorna Road, Mattapan School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be successful in bus iness College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, History Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4 Discussion Club 4; Baseball 3 4; Track 2, 4. PETER A. SANTOS " Pedro " 244 Chestnut Avenue, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Diplomatic Career College: Fletcher School for Dip lomacy Hobbies: Sports, Music Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Second LieU ' tenant; Baseball 3, 4; Track 3 4; Hockey 4. PAUL E. SAPERSTEIN " Sappo " 67 Cheney Street, Roxbury School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Business College: Miai ' iii University Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4: Dru ' m and Fife 2: Basketball 2, 3; Football 2; Track 2. AKAM H. SAVAKIAN 9 Itasca Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Scientific Research work College: Northeastern University Hobbies, Sciences, Camping, Mus- ic, Model Making and Stamp Collecting French Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Discus- sion Club 4: Patrol 4: Orchestra 2, 5: First Lieutenant. JOSEPH SCHANZER " Skip " 8 Royce Road, Allston School: William H. Taft Ambition: Radio College: Leland Powers Patrol 4: First Lieutenant; Cheer- leader 3, 4. JAMES A. SCHNEIDER " Duke " 39 N. Crescent Circle. Brighton School: T. . . Edison Ambition: To be an author Hobbies: Reading, Golf, Violin HENRY H. SCHNETZER " Hank " LaGrange Street. West Roxbury School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Business College: Bates Hobbies: Record Collecting, Sports Honors F4: Discussion Club 3; Baseball i : Track 3. EMPETOKLIS L. SELEPARIS " Paul ' - 1 1 Decatur Street, Boston School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be successful College: Harvard Hobbies: . ll Sports Ro(vn . thietic Councillor 2: Drum and Fife i, 2, 3, 4; Captain; Hockey 4; Track i: Prom C -m- mittee. MICHAEL R. SCORDINO " Mike " 1436 Colu ' mbus Avenue. Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition : Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2, 3: Patrol 4; Room (!;ouncillor 4: Second Lieuten- ant. CARL A. SEAWARD. JR. " Seaweed " 24 Dix Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland College: Tufts Drum and Fife 2. ROBERT M. SEGAL " Bob " 56 Park ' ale Avenue, .Mlston School: W. H. Taft Ambition: To be a successful den- tist College: Tufts Honor Roll 4: Discussion Club 4; Science Club 4; First Lieutenant STANLEY R. SEIDEL 76 W. Selden Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Business College: University of Massachu- setts Hobbies: Sports. Model Airplanes, Dancing Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4; First Lieutenant. PHILLIP M. SEMANS -Phil " 227 Callendar Street, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambitwu: Civil Engineering College: Vermont University Hohhies: Sports, Stamps Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4- ANTONE SEQUEIRA " Tony " 2 4 West Canton Street, Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be an athletic in- structor. Hobbies: Sports Drum and Fife i: Basketball i, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. JOSEPH SESERMAN " Joe " 37 Winston Road, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson College: Northeastern Hobbies: Piano Patrol 4; Band 2, 3; First Lieu- tenant COLONEL L. SHADDOCK, JR. " Shado " 265 Cabot Street, Roxbury School: Dunbar Jr. High, ' Ark. College: . rkansas State Hobbies: Woodworking Track 3. ROBERT J. SHANNON " Bob " 27 Hilltop Street School: Woodrovv Wilson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Boston University Room Councillor t. Band i, 2 4- SEYMOUR L. SHAPIRO " Sharky " 22 Hildreth Street, DorcKester School: F ' rank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a sportswriter College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Patrol 4. JOHN F. SHARP " Frankie " 65 Rugglcs Street, Roxbury School : Dearborn Ambition: Engineering College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Dancing HOWARD E. SHECHTER " Howy " 27 Evelyn Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharma cy Hobbies: Baseball Honors L4; Yearbook Staff 4 Prom Coniimittee 4; Patrol 4 Class Campaign Manager 3, 4 Second Lieutenant. FRANCIS J. SHEEHAN " Bud " 57 Templeton Street, Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Ambition: To be an accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Models Room Athletic Councillor i, 2. ROBERT J. SHEINFELD " Bob " 17 Lorna Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Boston University Hobbies: Drawing Class Campaign Manager 4. JASON L. SCHERTER " Jay " 21 Balfour Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Caimpbell Ambition: To be a certified pub- lic accountant College: Northeastern University ' Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Honor Roll 2; Office Aide 4; Captain. JOHN G. SHORT " Shorty " 44 St. Francis dc Sales Street Roxbury School : Grover Cleveland Amb ition: To be a millionaire Hobbies: Photography Fidelity Prize 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 4; Second Lieuten- ant, Track 3. DONALD K. SHRUHAN " Flash " 254 Willow Street, West Roxbury Ambition: Business College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports and Woodworking Room Athletic Councillor 3; Cap- tain: Baseball 3; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4. ALLAN L. SHUMAN " .Al " 32 Hosmer Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To go into the adver- tising business. College: Harvard Hobbies: Telling Jokes, Magic Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize E2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4: French Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Treasurer French Club 4- HILLARD G. SHURDUT 88 Corey Road, Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: successful business career College: Bojton University Hobbies: . thletics Honors G2: French Club 3; Pres- ident 4; Patrol 4: First Lieuten- ant: Baseball 2; Track 2, 3 4. MARTIN A. SIDMAN " Marty " 42 Hiawatha Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To become a research physical chemist College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Skiing Honor Roil 3: Ski Club 4; Pho- tography 3: Patrol 3, 4; Cam- ]xiign manager 3: First Lieuten- ant. ARTHUR M. SIMON " Art " 69 Hazleton Street. Mattapan School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston University Honors E2. Pi: Discussion Club 4: French Club 2; Drum Major 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2: Drum and Fife 2: Captain. GEORGE T. SIMON " Sy " 27 Fort . venue, Roxbury Ambition: To make a million dol- lars Room . thletic Councillor 2: Foot- ball 2. 4. JOHN F. SISK " Jack " 736 East 6th Street, South Boston School: Nazareth Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sailing. Dancing Honors F2; First Lieutenant JOHN E. G. SLACK " Jack " 8 Elko Street, Brighton School : Public Latin Ambition: Priesthood College: Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary Hobbies: Cooking, Radio Patrol 3: Room Athletic Council lor 2: Basketball 2, 3. THEODORE N. SMITH " Ted " 25 Train Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be skipper of a shiji College: AnnapoHs Hobbies: Radio and Photography Camera Club 3, 4; Track 3, 4. ARNOLD SMOKLER " Smoky " 141 Ormand Street, Mattapan School: Soloonon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a butcher College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Radio, Photography, Knife Collecting Captain: Track 2. DAVID L. SOKOL " Dave " 96 Wellington Hill Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a politician College: Harvard Hobbies: Coin Collecting Honors Hi, H3; Honor Roll 2: Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff Editor 4; Record Staff Editor 4: French Club 3, 4; ViWo 4: Room Councillor 4; Executive Committee 3, 4; Captain. ROCCO V. SPATARO " Rocky " 110 Paris Street, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a success in life Hobbies: Sports First Lieutenant. PAUL S. SPITZ " Sam " 39 Buttonwood Street, Dorchester School: St. Margaret ' s Ambition: To be a fireman Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Baseball 2. WILLIAM F. STEINFELD " Bill " 15 Mt. Hood Road, Brighton School: Thomas . Edison Ambition: To play for Joe McCarthy College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Office . ' ide 4: Baseball 3, 4; Track 3- HARVEY L. STETSON " Harv " 37 Wiltshire Road, Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: Business College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club 3, 4; Picture Com- mittee 4; Cheerleader 4; First Lieutenant. BARNEY H. STONE " Stoney " 981 Morton Street, Mattapan School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3; Basketball Manager 2. WENDELL B. STRUM " Hum and Strum " 138 Ellington Street, Dorchester School : R. G. Shaw Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Hobbies: Playing Popular Music on the Piano. Discussion Club 4; First Lieuten- ant. JOHN H. STUKE " Spookie " 6 Clifton Place, Boston School: William H. Taft Ambition: Navy College: Michigan Hobbies: Basketball, dancing Honors Fi, F2, H2; Honor Roll I : First Lieutenant; Patrol 4. HARRY L. STURGIS " Harry " 105 West Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hohhies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Second Lieutenant; Hockey 4. DANIEL B. SULLIVAN " Sull " 145 LaGrange Street, Wejt Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Reading Room Councillor i . ALLEN SWARTZ " Sonny " 7 Havelock Street, Dorchester School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a class A phar- macist College: Mass. College of Pharm- cy Patrol 2. JOHN J. SYLVESTER " Johnny " 41 Bennington Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To become a lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. ALVAN H. TANNER " Al " 53 St. Alphonsus Street, Roxbury School: Martin Ambition: To be a millionaire College: B. U. THOMAS C. TEEBAGY " Tom " 79 Hudson Street. Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports GUY A. TENEREILLO " Guy " 30 Sheafe Street, Boston School : Michelangelo Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. L T. Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll i ; Fidelity Prize i ; First Lieutenant. CHARLES A. THEODORE " Teddy " 7 Dana Road, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a nuclear phy- sicist College: California Institute of Technology Hobbies: Photography, Ship Mod- els Honor Roll 1, 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Ca ' mera Club 2, 3; First Lieutenant; Track 2. HENRY J. THERRIEN " Hank " 99 Minot Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Electronics and Radio Hobbies: Swimming Captain. ALEXANDER R. THOMAS " Tom " 10 Hubert Street, Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a pianist College: New London Junior College Hobbies: Photography, Music Glee Club 2; Camera Club i; Drum and Bugle 2; Drum and Fife 1. I LOUIS B. TRETAKOFF " Lou " 821 Beacon Street, Boston School: Mansfield Junior High Ambition: Business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Art Discussion Club 2; Science Club 4; Patrol 4: Second Lieutenant; Track 2, 4. TIMOTHY J. TWOMEY " Tiiii " 36 Mystic Street, Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: Engineering College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll i; Baseball i. JAMES C. VAFIADES " Jim " 97 Franklin Street, Allston School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be a successful bus- inessman College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Baseball 3, 4; Track 4. DANIEL J. VALERIO " Danny " 1 1 Vaughan Avenue, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be pharmacist College: College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading Honor Roll i ; Music Appreciation 4- JOHN M. VANDERWATER " Vandy " 743 Tremont Street, Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a public accoun- tant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Swimming, Football Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2; First Lieutenant. LOUIS F. VADARO " Louie " 33 Pierce Street, Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a buyer College: Huntington Prep Hobbies: Collecting Data on Fam- ous Trackmen and Unusual Stories about Track Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4. VIRGILIO VENTI " Vidy " 3 North Hudson Street, Boston School : Michelangelo Ambition: To be a printing com- poser Hobbies: Sports, Airplanes, Photo- graphy Track 2, 3, 4. MANUEL G. VIEIRA 24 Dewey Street, Roxbury Ambition: To go to college College: Boston University JOSEPH J. VISCO " Father " 124 Fuller Street, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Accounting College: Boston University Hobbies: Light Opera, Poetry Glee Club 4; Drum and Fife 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4. ALEXANDER D. VISSER " Alec " 16 Thatcher Street, Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a journalist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Collecting books. Records Honors Hi, H2; Lawrence Prize Ei; Yearbook Staff 4; Track 2. ALBERT F. VOZZELLA " Al " 851 Saratoga Street, East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a chemical en- gineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Hockey, Music Honors Mi; Honor Roll i, 2; Lawrence Prize Li ; Room Coun- cillor 3; Room Athletic Council- lor 2; Student Council 3; Sec- ond Lieutenant. FRANCIS T. WALSH ■■Walshie " 97 Wayland Street, Dorchester School: St. John ' s, Roxbury Ambition: To make the most of what little I have College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Law Honor Roll i; Patrol i, 2, 3; Room Councillor i, 2, 3; Room Ath- letic Councillor i ; Student Council 2; Baseball 4; Library Corps 2, 3. THOMAS F. WALSH " Walshie " 8 Auckland Street, Dorchester School: St. William ' s Ambition: To be a millionaire Hobbies: Sports Band 2. ERNEST G. WARSHAFSKY " Ernie " 71 Allen Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sailing, Swimming Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; French Club 4; Patrol 4; Captain. STANLEY . WARSHAW " The Head " 1427 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a professional scouter College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Camping, Skiing Chemistry Club 2; Ski Team 4. WILLIAM C. WASHWELL " Willie " 10 Hartland Street, Dorchester School: Center School, West Bridgewater Ambition: Farming Hobbies: Fishing and Collecting Stamps Fidelity Prize i; Patrol 4; Second Lieutenant. SAMUEL J. WEINBERG " Sam " III Maxwell Street, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: Business Hobbies: Photography ARTHUR A. WEINER " . rty " 93 Bowdoin Avenue, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a doctor College: Brandeis Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Camp- ing French Club 2; Captain; Track 2. CHARLES L. WEINER " Charlie " 44 Clarkwood Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Stamps French Club 4; Discussion Club 4- LEON A. WEISS " Law " 194 Columbia Road, Dorchester School: Washington Irving Ambition: Business College: Burdctt Hobbies: Singing, Dancing, Swim- ming Office . ide 3; Band 3. HAROLD L. WEISSE. JR. " Sonny " 78 Hillsdale Street, Dorchcstci School: Woodrow Wilson Anjbition: To be a music teacher College: B. U. Hohhies: Music, Camping Honors S3, Pi: Honor Roll 1. y. Fidelity Prize 2, 3: Music Ap- preciation 4: Switchboard 4; Room Councillor 3, 4: Orches- tra 2: First Lieutenant: Library Corps 4. MICHAEL E. WHALEN " Mike " ' 24 Lero Street. Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Success Hohhies: Sports French Club 4: Football : Hockey 4- NORMAN K. WHITCOMB " Whif 474 Washinjiton Street. Bri.t;hton School: William H. Taft Amhition: To be worthy and to help others College: Harvard Honors F2; French Club 1: Cap tain: Track 3. HERBERT A. WHITE " Herbie " 29 Hazleton Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a contractor College: Boston University Hobbies: Building Science Club 4; Patrol 2, 3. 4. BURT L. WHITMAN " Curley " 119 Sutherland Read, Brighton School: Thcymas . . Edison Ambition: Business College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports French Club 4: Baseball 3, 4: Track 2. HERBERT WILLMAN 219 P. irk Drive, Boston JULIUS M. WINER " Julie " 41 Winston Road. Dorchester School: F. V. Thom|)son Amhition: To be a teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Music Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4. RICHARD E. WOLFE " Richie " 132 Scaver Street, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Amhition : Photography College: School of Photography Hob ' :cs: Photography, Drawing Baseball 4: Basketball HAROLD T. WORTMAN " Hal " 778 Huntington . vcnue, Roxbury School: Rice School Ambition: To be an osteopathic phvsician Hobbies: Photography Camera Club 2; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3. ROBERT D. WYNN. " Bob " 1 1 Pender Street, West Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition : Advertising College: Massachusetts .Art Hobbies: Bowling. Fishing, Draw- ing Band i . EDWARD J. WYNNE 14 Miller s Lane, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a chemical engin- eer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Honor Roll 2; Chess Club 4: First Lieutenant. SEYMOUR L. YANOFF " Bunny " 6 Raird Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Wentworth Inst tute Hobbies: Sports Science Club 4: Room Councillor 2; Track 2. STEPHEN W. YOVINO " Steve " 105 Neponset Avenue, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports MARTIN N. ZALK " Marty " gi Intervale Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston University French Club 4: Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4. JOSEPH A. ZARBA " J :e " 83 Orleans Street. East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a musxian College: Harvard Hobbies: Reading French Club 4; Music .Appreciation 4- LEONARD P. ZOLA " Emile " 91 West Selden Street, Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson College: B. U. Hobbies: Writins; WILLIAM J. McAXDREWS " Bill " ig Bushnell Street, Dorchester School : St. Gregory ' s Ambition: To be a journali.st College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports, Music Glee Club 3: Drum and Fife 2, 3: Hockey 2, 3: Track 2, 3. EDWARD W. ADAMS " Ed " 8 Ellsworth Street, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambilioii: Success Hobbies: Sports Football 3. CALVIN A. ARBEAU " Cal " 1754 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton School: Thomas A. Edijon Hobbies: Guitar Honor Roll 3; Patrol 4. BUNTON BLOOMBERG " Bunt " 110 Selden Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To own my own bus- iness College: National Institute Patrol 4. ROBERT L. CALATRELLO " Cal " 41 Archdale Road, Roslindale School: Boston Latin College: Leland Powers Glee Club i; Patrol i; Drum and Bugle i; Football i. DONALD J. CARROLL " Jigger " 9 Rozella Street, Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s, Neponset College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Football 4; Track 4. RALPH E. CASPER 7 Ida Street, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Advertising College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography ERWIN S. CHESTER " Chct " 33 Gerald Road, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a baseball player College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. JUNIUS E. COLEMAN " J. C. " 30 Yarcnouth Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Stenography College: Bryant and Stratton Hobbies: Bowling, Bicycling, Rol- ler skating JOHN J. CONNORS " Jack " 48 Richfield Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To join Naval Air Corps Hobbies: Baseball, Airplane Mod- els STANLEY R. CREED " Hoppy " 50 Fottler Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lcwenbcrg Ambit. on: Industrial Managemeni College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, Fencing, Food Patrol 2; Office . ide 4; Captain. ELLIOT C. CURWIN " Ell " 68 Iffley Road, Ja ' maica Plain School: Roosevelt FRANK A. DARDANO " Frank " 5 Glen Road, Jaiiiaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH F. DEDIAN " Joe " 32 Holiday Street, Dorchejter School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To like and be liked Hobbies: Harmonica Patrol 3. CHARLES F. DeSTEFANO " Charlie " 57 Stockton Street. Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson School College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Stamps, Hunting Patrol 2; First Lieutenant; Footba 1 i: Track 2. WALTER E. DOOLEY " Wally " 26 Horan Way, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an industrial chemist. College: Franklin Technical Insti- tute ARTHUR J. DOXER " . rchie " 64 Rockdale Street, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenburg College: Burdett Hobbies: Football, Stamps Patrol 3. 4. STANLEY FLEISHMAN " Flash " 44 Mascot Street, Di rchester School: Frank V. Thomp on Hobbies: Music Honor Roll 2. MARVIN G. FLEITMAN " Bozo " 44 Goodale Road, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4. GEORGE G. FORTUNE, JR. 38 Appleton Street, Boston School: Rice Ambition: Opera College: N. E. Conservatory Drum and Bugle 2. PETER F. FORAN " Pete " 135 West Seventh Street, South Boston School: Bigelow A m bit ion : Business College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Office . ide 4. JAMES FOURNARIS " Jimmy " 92 Compton Street, Boston School: AbrahafTi Lincoln Ambition: To be a traffic manager College: B. U. Hobbies: Model planes ROBERT A. GATTURNA " Bob " 9 Gartland Street, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Radio Technician College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Honors M2, F2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize M2: Year- book Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Captain. GERALD GREEN " Jerry " 9 Wildwood Street, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: Textile Business College: Lowell Textile Institute Hobbies: Current Events MORRIS GREENSTEIN " Moishe " 24 Woolson Street, Mattapan School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Business College: Northwestern Hobbies: Horticulture, . nimals Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Second Lieu- tenant. JOHN J. HARTNETT " Jocko " 13 Forest Street, Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be a stenographer ROBERT M. HARTIAN 21 Winthrop Street. Hyde Park School: Edward Everett Ambition: To be a criminal law- yer College: Boston University Office Aide 2; Captain. JOHN C. HAWE " Hawzi " 27 Gavin Way, South Boston School: Andrew College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Football Orchestra i . DAVID J. HIGGINS " Dave " ' 19 Hendry Street, Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming and Horse- back Riding. JOHN J. HIGGINS ■•Pinky " 26 Ronan Street, Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3. NATHANIEL W. JACKSON " Nat " 35 Woodbury Street, Roxbury School: Timilty Hobbies: .Athletics KENNETH F. JUSTIN " Ken " 53 Mountfort Street, Boston School: Collingswood Jr. High, Collingswood, N. J. College: Harvard Hobbies: Hunting. Fishing HALE G. KHOURY 1242 Commonwealth Avenue Alston School : St. Aidans Ambition: To be a baseball play- er Hobbies: Sports Hockey 4. EDMUND G. KINAN 437 Shawmut . venue, Boston Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4: Baseball 3. JOSEPH R. KURTZ " Jack " 28 York Street, Dorchester School: Garfield College: Harvard Hobbies: .Music Lawrence Prize Gi. EDWARD J. LEARY " Eddie " 19 Asticou Road, Jamaica Plain School : Francis Parkaian Ambition: To be an insurance broker WALTER A. LEHAN " Speed " 167 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain School: Our Lady of Lourdes Hobbies: .Amateur .Astronomer HENRY LENO " Hank ' 61 West Eagle Street, East Boston School: J. H. Barnes Ambition: To be a radio operator College: Majs. Radio and Tele- graph Hobbies: Radio Patrol 3: Office .Aide 4; Switch- board 4: Captain. DAVID H. LEVENSOHN " Huey " 19 Balsam Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Certified Public Ac- countant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Bowling, Sports FRANK B. LEWIS 190 Kclton Street. .Allston School: William H. Taft Ambition: Nav Hobbies: Football, Basketball ROBERT D. LUCEY " Bob " 77 Easton Street, Allston School: St. .Anthony ' s Ambition: Film Dracnatics College: Emerson College Hobbies: .Art, Wrestling, Classical Music RONALD B. LUFTMAN " Lush " 490 Blue Hill -Avenue School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be an officer in the U. S. Army College: Purdue Hobbies: Baseball, Billiards ROBERT J. McDonald " Lefty " 14 Bellf lower Street, Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: Professional baseball Hobbies: Drawing Track i . WILLIAM W. MacKENZIE " Mac " 153 Hemenway Street, Boston School: Prince Ambition: -To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports Second Lieutenant. JOHN P. McKERNAN ' Red ' 271 Chestnut .Avenue, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an accountant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports THOMAS G. MARA " Tom " 92 Rockvicw Street, Jamaica Plain School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Policoman College: M. L T. Hobbies: Stamps Hockey 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE J. MARBLE " Marble " 19 Claybourne Street, Dorchester Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Chesj Patrol 2. MORTON MATT " Morty " 106 Lucerne Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2. ALEVANDER R. MELVILLE 47 Riverdale Street, .Allston School: William H. Taft RICO A. MERLUZZO " Blackie " 203 Falcon Street, East Boston School: Our Lady of Mount Car mel Ambition: To be a very good en gineer Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Photo graphy First Lieutenant: Track i. ERNEST MILLS " Ernie " 24 .American Legion Highway, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a millionaire Office .Aide 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3 JOSEPH MINDICK " Booney " 197 Normandy Street, Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a success College: Brandeis University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2: Second Lieutenant. PAUL P. MINIUTTI " Pete " 71 Belden Street, Dorchester School: Edward Everett Ambition: To go to California Hobbies: Dancing, Bowling, Loot ball Honors K2 WILLIAM P. NADER " Billy " 9 Milford Street, Boston School: .Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a police officer Hobbies: Water Color Painting PAUL E. NILSEN " Paul " 87 B rook Avenue, Dorchester School: John Winthrop Ambition: Law College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports HERBERT NITKIN " Harb " 5 Balsam Street, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Aiiibilion: To be a success Hobbies: Sports, Crime Detection ALLAN C. OPPENHEIM " Oppey " 9 Egremont Road, Brighton School: T. A. Edison Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Hunting, Fijhing, Sports Patrol 2. DONALD L. ORR " Don " 418 Meridian Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharma- cy Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH J. ORSINO " Joe " 68 Lcverett Street, Boston School: William Blackstone Ambtiion: To be a physical chem- ist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Honors M2: Honor Roll 2, 3; Science Club 4. ARNOLD J. OSSEN " Arny " 41 Lorne Street, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Philately, Carpentry ANTHONY F. PANDOLFO " Tony " 12 Seneca Street, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a stenographer Hobbies: Dog Training First Lieutenant.. VINCENT J. PANICO " Rocco " 9 Sewell Street, Roxbury Ambition: To be a floral designer College: Boston University Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize K2; Druim and Fife 2; Football 4; Track 2. DONALD PENN " Donny " 58 Townsend Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be successful College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Baseball 4; Track i. DANIEL A. PETITPAS " Danny " I 1 2 .Arnold Street, Roxbury School: St. Rita ' s Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Basketball LOUIS A. PINGARO 16 1 2 Bremen Street, Hajt Boston MORTON RIBAK " Morty " 114 Olney Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineering College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, Boxing, Baseball Track i, 2, 3. ALBERT J. RICCIARDELLI " Al " 199 Lexington Street, East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Chemistry College: Northeastern Hobbies: Football, Basketball Fidelity Prize 2. GASTREL L. RILEY " Gas ' 49 Elmore Street, Roxbury School: Lewis College: Springfield College Hobbies: Drawing Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 4; Track 3- MELVIN ROSENFIELD " Mel " 5 Middleton Street, Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson College: Wentworth Institute Patrol 2, 3; Drum and Bugle 3; Baseball 2; Track 2. MALCOLM J. SACKS " Mai " 15 Spencer Sttreet, Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a mechanical dentist Hobbies: Skiing, Gymnastics, Bill- iards, Swimming LEONARD R. SANDOCK " Len " 81 Cliffmont Street, Roslindale School: St. Francis Xavier Ambition: To be a chemist College: Boston College Hobbies: Baseball First Lieutenant JOSEPH D. SANTRAY " Smiling Joe " 840 Broadway, South Boston School : Nazareth College: B. C. Hobbies: Sports MICHAEL M. SERPIS 36 Falimouth Street, Boston School: Prince Ambition: Business College: B. U. Track i. ALFRED E. SLlFKA " Slipcovers " no Rossctcr Street, Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: Advertising College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Billiards JOHN R. STAFFIERI " Johnnie " 44 . ' shley Street, East Boston School: Blackington Ambition: To be a printer Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll i: I- ' idclity Prize 2; Track 2. EUGENE A. STERNBURG " Gene " 18 Greenwood Street, Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Business College: Northeastern Track 2. DANIEL F. TULLY " Tul " 197 Maple Street, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a chemist College: Boston College Hobbies: Chemistry, Photography, Gun Collecting Band i, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra i, 2. EUGENE L WHITEMAN " Genie " 29 Nelson Street, Dorcheste School: F. V. Thomp,son Ambition: C. P. A. College: B. U. Honors H2, B2; Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES L. J. WHITTAKER " Beansy ' 145 Wrentham Street, Dorchcstci School: St. Mark ' s Honors H2; Track 2, 3, 4; Golf 1 , 2. ARTHUR L. WILLIAMS " Arty " 73 Ruggles Street, Roxbury Hobbies: Sports ENOCH R. WILLIAMS " Sonny " 8 .Mbcrt Street, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a civil service worker Hobbies: Model Planes EDWARD F. WORTH " Eddie " 7 Everton Street, Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an athlete College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Trumpet Band 3, 4; Baseball 4. Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1949 We, the graduating class of the English High School, located on the plot of land bordered by Montgomery and Dartmouth Streets and Warren Ave., having finally man- aged to scrape up, by hook or by crook (mostly by crook) enough points to permit us to tuck a diploma under our arms and trudge sorrowfully from our Alma Mater, and having paid all bills and debits outstanding, excepting the honor buttons we " lost " , and being of sound mind and sounder body, as the X-rays proved, do declare this to be our last will and testament, and in consequence thereof, do desire to bequeath the following: To the school we leave 14 empty homerooms, loi through 203, to be filled by an- other class of mad impetuous scholars who dream of being seniors (the fools). To the lower classmen we leave the welfare of the school, its classrooms, its halls, its locker rooms, and its staff of secretaries, librarians, aides, janitors, and teachers. Take good care of our worthy Alma Mater — a school which has stood undisturbed (except by rain) so valiantly for 128 years, and will probably still be standing for another 128 years. To the incoming frosh and sophomores we leave brand new $1.98 stainless steel jack- knives so that they too may leave their remembrances on the new plastic desk tops. Have a carving good time, boys. To the lunch room we leave a live chicken which they can use to walk through hot water thereby having a continual supply of chicken soup; and a magnifying glass in case the Hoodsies get any smaller. To Doctor Downey we leave our most sincere appreciation and thanks for his un- selfish and paternal guidance which has been so important in making us men of " Honor and Achievement " and worthy of being E. H. S. alumni. Tel " Dod " Frazier we leave |i for class dues. $1 for alumni dues, $1 for club dues, $1 for " Doc " Frazier dues, and a copy of the song " Funny, Funny, Funny What Money Can Do. " To Mr. Eccles we leave a new folio of Bryant, Ryan, and Schrammel; Univ. of Calif.; Ohio State; and Michigan Teachers ' College tests for his new E41 class, and an extra period in which to mark them. To Mr. R. (for " Red " ) Evans we leave the hopes for a Republican president in 1952. To Mr. C. Keelon we leave the book, " How to Make Effective Math Quizzes " , which he needs like he needs a hole in the head; we also leave him a hole in the head. To Mr. Brown, the Cagey Connoisseur of Cut Slips, we leave a new brief case for his C. S ' s and a radar-controlled key room. To Mr. C. Murphy we leave a bagful of charity C ' s just in case his present supply ever gives out. To Mr. Falvey. our Lunch-room Lancelot, we leave a chorus of thirty beautiful maids to help him with his " Keep The Tables Clean " drive. To Mr. Card we leave a class that can write as fast as he can dicate and some red- letter marks. Say now. To Mr. Gifford we leave " those boysh ' who will work for " neatnesh and legshibili- ty " and who will " shpeak dishtinctly in hish oral reshitationsh. " To Mr. Foley we leave our thoughts — wondering where the new crop over his up- per lip came from. To the athletic department we leave for those cold football games plenty of school spirits, 90 proof. To the Chess Club we leave a box of Ralston in case they run out of chess boards, and also the advice not to build too many castles in the air. In addition to the bequests made by the class, there are a number of other gifts pres- ented by some of the worn out individuals who can hardly stand on their feet. McKinnon lea ' es a motorcyle to Mr. Kane, so that he may check up on his patrol more efficiently. Sylvester leaves some old aide bands and two wrappers from Camay Soap. Anyone interested apply to room 202. Gambino and Goodman leave to Mr. Lundin a new self-operating mimeograph ma- chine to make his work easier. Sidman leaves a stub of a pencil on some desk in room 256, in remembrance of all the college tests he endured in the English class. Our worthy class president. Bill Ohrenberger leaves to the future seniors of E. H. S. the inspiration of honesty, integrity, and abhorrence of cribbing and cheating always so necessary for the successful student. He also leaves his trots to Cicero and Caesar. Julius Winerj the " 99 percentile kid, " leaves to all future inmates of E41 instructions on how to take vocabulary tests. Metta lea es his books, leaves his paper and leaves. Leonard Zola leaves Fenway Park to the Red Sox because it belongs to them anyway. Bill Holden leaves the air in the upper regions of the corridors to the new crop of 6 - foot seniors. O ' Brien leaves memories of Brookline High — a co-ed school. Bob Rubin leaves his bottle of peroxide. J. E. Murphy leaves two empty pockets, which is all he has left after his contributions " for the cause. " Burke leaves some Wheaties for the statues on the first floor, which he insists are losin,g weight. Kaster leaves a copy of his recent book, " How To Cut Gym Classes SuccesssfuUy, " so that all may learn a very useful art. Napoleon leaves some electric light bulbs in the locker rooms in recognition of his hard times groping in the dark. We, having disposed of all our unworldly goods on this 31st day of April, 1949, here- by set our hand and penguin (we ' re allergic to seals) to this final testimony For the class of ' 49 RALPH LEVITT, Attorney outlawed, and ALAN L. SHUMAN Attorney in-lawed. GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH - HERE WE COME (Left to right) Head Cheerleader Joseph Schanzer, Harvey Stetson. Walter G. Arnold. Frank A. Cliuftre, Roberc A. DiGregorio. ENGLISH AWEIGH Tune: " Anchors Aweigh " Go English down the field Fii;ht till you win: Let that old football rival Have it on the Chin chin chin chui English on top of all ALWAYS ON TOP Now comes the time to score So CRASH THAT RIVAL, CRASH THAT RIVAL LINE FOOTBALL From the early days of September to Thanksgiving Day in late November, English High School students and alumni thrilled to the deeds of a hard fighting English foot- ball team. Although the Blue and Blue w as not victorious in all of its games, it played clean hard football all season. Full credit goes to Mr. Stewart, who in his first year as football coach ' did a fine job in teaching the fundamentals of character as well as of foot- ball. j We were shocked by our defeat at the hands of Roxbury Memorial . . . had to be | satisfied with the tying of Groton. in which Butera was the star . . . rejoiced when Tech ' v ' ent down, 6-0, as a result of the passing team of Stuart and Eisenstadt . . • despaired our defeat at the hands of Dorchester . . . cheered when Commerce went down, 7-6, as a result of the classic running of Johnny Sylvester and the placekicking of Boo Brown . . . hailed the victory over Trade when the passing of Dave McDonald and the running of John Giglio were great . . . and were benumbed by consecutive defeats at the hands of B. C. High and Latin. i Much credit is due to Dick Butera. our powerful pivot man, for his indispensable ser- » vices. Covalucci, Eisenstadt. Giglio. Heffernan, McGourty, MacMaster and Semans are » a few of those those who will be sorely missed next year. Of Capt. Johnny Sylvester too much cannot be said; it was he who provided the spark that kept the team rolling all sea- , son. Along with Dick Butera he was chosen to play on the Boston All-Star Team. Let us also remember the second team and the subs, who work just as hard as the regulars and with no hope of recognition. Next year there will be but three regulars returning from this year ' s fine team. It is up to those members of the squad who are returning, as well as to the new candidates, to fill the vacant spots and place E. H. S. once more at the top of the Boston Conference. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD - 1949 « » 9449 Front row; (left to right) Michael Fucillo, Douglas MacMaster, Richard Baxter, William Farell, Capt John Sylvester, Hugh McGourty, Phillip Semans, Richard Butera, Roger Stuart. Second row: Head Coach William Stewart, Jr., Assistant Coach Edward Cronin. Joseph Palladino, Elidore Massiello, Joseph Lobosco, William Brown, Joseph Lousaraian, James Jo ce, Theodore Howe, Frederick Lyons, Faculty Manager Clifford Ronan, Headmaster Walter F. Downey. Third row; Student Manager Edward Adams, Bernard Milton, John DeLuce, Francis McCabe, Edward Hurley, Edward Hunter, Howard Harrison, Frazier Taylor, Raymond Walters, John Giglio, Assistant Manager Robert Jacobs. Fourth row; Edward Mulvaney, Leonard Ridini, David MacDonald, Theodore Eisenstadt, John Ciccola, Stephen Murphy, William Fahey, Paul Heffernan. Edward Adams (Mgr.) Richard Baxter Lawrence Berlin William Brown Richard Butera Walter Cahill Allan Chansky John Ciccolo Francis Connell Mario Covalucci John Delaney John DeLuca Charles Donovan Lewis Egizi Theo. Eisenstadt William Farrell William Fahey WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Michael Fucillo John Giglio David Gillis Philip Gray Howard Harrison Paul Heffernan Frank Hill Theodore Howe Edward Hunter Edward Hurley James Joyce Leonard Kaster John Kordaszewiski Joseph Lobosco Joseph Lausararian THE SEASON ' S RECORD Douglas MacMaster Elidore Massiello John Massotta Francis McCabe David McDonald Hugh McGourty Bernard Milton Edward Mulvaney Steve Murphy Joseph Palladino Leonard Ridini Phillip Semans Roger Stuart John Sylvester (Capt.) Frazier Taylor Michael Whalen Ra mond Waters English 2 Roxbury Memorial High 6 English 6 Groton School 6 English 6 Technical High 0 English 6 Dorchester High English 7 Commerce 6 English 12 Trade High 7 English 0 B. C. High 13 English 0 Latin School 19 BASKETBALL In-Town Champions Front row; (left to right) Gastrel Riley, Ferdinand L. Carangelo, Headmaster Walter F. Downey. Captain ■Hichard E. Dixon. Coach Arthur J. Sullivan, . rthur Geller, Herbert Willman. Second row. (left to right) Antone Sequiera, Jason Berkowitz; John Ciccolo, Edward . yres, Michael Fu- cillo, Manager Eugene Whiteman. The EngHsh High School may justly be proud of the record of the 1949 basketball team. Victorious in all but two of their fourteen Boston Conference games, the boys more than li ed up to expectation. Through the fine coaching of Coach Sullivan the double blue won the In-town Championship. The boys played heads-up basketball all season and were at all times a smoothly operating unit. However, the boys from Montgomery Manor were defeated by East Boston High in a post season game which decided the championship of Boston. Capt. Dick Dixon, who played inspiring basketball all season (high scorer of the team), will be remembered for his last second baskets. Herb Willman teamed with Dixon to form the best defense in the city. Although Herb was not a high scorer, he will be remembered for his pugnacious play. The pivot spot was held down by Gas Riley, a converted shotputter, who shot quite a few through the basket, as is shown by the fact that he trailed Capt. Dixon by but two points for scoring honors. Art Geller. a speedy sure shooter, held down one of the for vard spots, while the other was occupied by Ted Carangelo, a tall sophomore, from whom great things are expected as a result of his showing this year. Outstanding substitutes were Chick Ciccola (next year ' s captain) and Al Jordon. Futher honor was brought to the Blue and Blue when the All Garden Basketball Team, chosen from all the school boys who competed in the Garden, was announced. This revealed that the Double Blue was the only school to place two members - our Stal- wart guards, Dick Dixon and Herb Willman. THE SEASON ' S RECORD English English English English English English English English English English English English English English 47 1 Jorchester 43 39 Tech 33 43 B. C. High 29 33 Commerce 34 49 Latm 40 29 1 rade 28 44 Memorial 29 52 Dorchester 23 38 Tech 36 35 B. C. High 27 47 Commerce 30 41 Latin 32 29 Trade 42 62 Memorial 39 ns and 2 defeats Championship Playoff English 30 East Boston 44 WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E RICHARD E. DIXON (Capt.) EDWARD W. AYRES JASON BERKOWITZ JOHN CICCOLA F. X. O ' LOUGHLIN MEYER H. SWARTZ F. L. CARANGELO MICHAEL FUCILLO ARTHUR A. GELLER ALFRED £. JORDAN GASTREL L. RILEY ANTONE SEQUEIRA EUGENE WHITEMAN (Mgr.) HERBERT WILLMAN INDIVIDUAL SCORING No. Of Games Goal Fouls Points Dixon 15 59 23 141 Riley 15 49 41 139 Carangelo 14 35 25 95 Geller 14 35 14 84 Willman 15 29 24 82 Ciccola 13 8 9 25 O ' Laughlin 1 1 5 3 13 Berkowitz 8 4 4 12 Jordan 8 4 2 10 Ayres 12 3 2 8 Sequeira 8 2 1 5 Fucillo 12 I I 3 Svvartz 7 I I 3 Payne I 0 0 0 Team Total 235 150 620 Average per game 157 10 41-3 TENNIS BLUE and BLUE The Blue and Blue tennis team has had one ot the most successful seasons in its ten year history. Under the capable guidance of Coach Maurice Murphy it succeeded in win- ning its first nine matches. However, the boys from Avenue Louis Pasteur, who have proved to be our sports nemesis this year, defeated our tennis team by a score of three to two in the last match of the season, thus snatching the City Championship from our grasp. Outstanding performers were Captain Bill Epstein, Joe Ward, and John Delaney. Next year promises to be a fruitful one for the team since they have four lettermen re- turning, led by Captain-Elect Ward. WINNERS OF VARSITY E Arnold Crocker, John Delaney, William Epstein (Captain), Charles Floyd, Jason Gotdieb (Manager). Ronald Segal, Joseph Ward, Martin Wolf. TENNIS SCHEDULE English 4 Trade I English 5 Dorchester o English 5 St. Sebastian 0 English 5 Trade 0 English English 4 Commerce I 5 Hyde Park 0 English 5 Brighton 0 English 5 Scuth Boston 0 English 4 Roxbury Memorial 1 English 2 Latin 3 GOLF This year ' s golf team at E. H. S. was unable to duplicate the feat performed by four out of five or Mr. Simmon ' s teams; the winning of the Conference Championship. How- ever, the boys managed to finish fourth in the ten team league. The big sticks for the team were Captain Al Devaney. Mart McDonough. Ted Carangelo, and Barry Murphy. Next year ' s team promises to be an excellent one since the only graduating player is Captain Al Devaney. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Alan Devaney (Capt) Martin McDonough Allan Sisco George Hayes Barry Murphy Ferdinand L. Carangelo Franklin G. Johns SEASON ' S RECORD English 6 - Trade 2V. English 8 Commerce I English 7 Dorchester 2 English 0 Tech 9 English 8 Roxbury Memorial I English 9 Hyde Park o English English 7 Brighton 2 0 B. C. High 9 English 3 Latin 6 TRACK At the finish of the indoor season, the Blue and Blue track team rated among the top teams of the state. This distinction was gained by virtue of a second place in the North- eastern Meet which we lost by half a point, and a second place also in the State Meet. We did Rewcries, however, to Latin; but the law of averages « as against us since we lose this meet about once in every decade. Never-ihe-less, we had a powerful team, and the points were well scattered in every meet. Highlights of the season were Reginald Alleyne. state champion in the 50 yard dash, and the relay team of Alan Howe, Gerald O ' Lear)-, Francis Proctor, and Lewis Prout. This team was the fastest in the state and was awarded the Trade High School Alumni Trophy for winning the City of Boston Relay Carnival. Senior members of this years track team are Capt. Francis Proctor. Alleyne. Morris, Mavro. Flaherty. W.. Flaherty. A., Vafiades, Kemp, Komar, Ribak, Whitcomb, Schnetzer, Di Rienzo, Covalucci, Ballou and Devaney. The outlook for next vear is bright since the team will lose but comparatively few seniors. Led by Captain-Elect Pat Lochiatto. and with mostly Junior and Sophomores on the team, the Blue and Blue squad should be very strong. TRACK SQUAD Front row: (left to right) AUeyne, Wharton, Morris, Calkins. DcMole, Loch atto, Mr. Downey, Capt. Proctor, Mr. Ronan, O ' Leary, Venti, Morris, Floyd, Knowles, Brown, Bolton. Second row: (left to right) Cariofilios, Mgr; Howard. Tatem, Holtzman, Flaherty, W. Cooper, Wiranus, Mavro, Prout, Jepsky, Deluca, Fowler, Joyce, Whiteman, Vafiades, Ruggiero, Francis. Third row: (left to right) Washington, A. Sullivan, Ronan, McLaughlin, Dcrba, Klcnip, Buonapane, Mac- Brayer, Komar, Sargent, Flaherty, A., Hill, Thomas, Sullixan, Nicholson, Heuman, Walcott, Hadiey. Back row: (left to right) Ribak, Whitcomb, Schnetzer, McKinncin, DiRienzi, Covalucci, Gray, Genes, Asgiersson, Newman, Ballju, Marzin§ky, McGrath, Cunning, McKmney, Saklad, Devaney, Ginns. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Reginald Alleyne Kenneth Ballou Donald Demole John Deluca Alan Howe Pasquale Lx)chiatto Donald Nicholson Gerald O ' Leary Lewis Prout Francis Proctor (Captain) Morton Ribak Stephen Ruggiero Henry Schnetzer David Sault Arnold Saklad Robert Sargent Arthur Sullivan Paul Thomas William Tatem Eugene Walcott Eugene Washington Eugene Whiteman Ralph Wiranis Melvin Cariofiles (Mgr.) THE SEASON ' S RECORD Quad Meet - E. H. S., Robury Memorial, Commerce, Trade. Winner, E. H. S.. 158 5 6 points. Quad Meet - E. H. S., Latin, Roxbury Memorial, Dorchester. Winner, E. H. S., 121 2 3 points Northeastern Interscholastic Track Meet - E. H. S. second, 8 points. Quad Meet - E. H. S., Tech, Latin, Trade. E. H. S. second, 90 1 4 points Quad Meet - E. H. S., Tech, Roxbury Memorial, B. C. High. E. H. S. second, 91 1 2 points. State Indoor Track Meet - E. H. S. third, 10 points. Regimental Meet - E. H. S. third, 41 1 2 points. HOCKEY The Blue and Blue puckchasers ended the season by losing to their arch rival, Latin School, i-o. in a tightly contested and hard fought battle. Although this was the only defeat handed the English High sextet all season, it cost them the city championship. Coach Stewart did a praise worthy job; and had it not been for a couple of bad breaks to- .vards the end of the season, his boys could easily have captured the championship. It can be said with certainty that the Double Blue had the best balanced team in the loop. Coach Stewart had two teams of equal value and was able to have a fresh one on the ice at all times. With a team such as this, the opposition was kept continually on its toes and rarely got a chace to rest. On the first line were Boo Brown. Dave Pierre, and Joe Lousararian; while the second line was composed of Tom Mara, high scorer of the team, Vin Carolin, and Walter Cahill, Both of these lines were fast and classy, and they divided the scoring evenly between them. The four top defensmen were Capt. Paul Quirk, Harry Sturgis, Jack Karle, and Dutchie Holland . If by some accident an opponent was able to sift through our capable defence, he still had to contend with the man in the net, Red Cavalini. Graduation will rob the team of most of its top players, and next year ' s squad will have an unenviable job trying to equal the good record set by this nifty team. THE SEASON ' S RECORD English 4 Dorchester 2 English 3 Trade 0 English 6 Commerce 3 English 2 Memorial 1 English I Tech I English 0 Latin I HOCKEY TEAM First row: (lett to right) V. Thomas CavaUm, Robert McCormick, Joseph Lousararian. Capt. Paul Quirk, John Karle, William Brown, Hale Khoury, Thomas Noone. Second row: (left to right) Coach William Stewart, Jr., Robert DcFilippo, Walter Cahill, Thomas Mara, Harry Sturgis, Philip McKinnon, David Pierre, George Holland, Manager William Ohrenberger, Head Master Walter F. Downey. WINNERS William Brown Virginio Cavalini Robert De Filippo George Holland John Karle Hale Khoury Joseph Lousararian Thomas Mara THE VARSITY E Philip McKinnon Thomas Noone Paul Quirk (Capt.) Harry Sturgis David Pierre Walter Cahill Robert McCormick William Ohrenberger. Jr. (Mgr.) BASEBALL The baseball team of the Blue and Blue started the season in tine style by defeating Brandeis, i6 to i, while pitcher Stan Koffman limited them to one hit. The promise shown in this game was not fulfilled, however; the boys from Montgomery Manor were not able to finish at the top in the race for the City Championship. A costly early season injury to Captain Joe Lousararian forced him to be idle for the remainder of the year, while John Sylvester sustained an injury in mid-season that kept him on the shelf for several games. Had these mjuries not occurred, the season ' s record no doubt would be quite different. In spite of injuries, C. P., and what-have-you. Coach Bill Stewart deserves a great deal of credit for keeping the team playing heads up baseball, so that the team shellacked our ancient rival, Latin School, in the final game of the season. Two members of the Blue and Blue team, John Sylvester and Jim Vafiades, were selected to play on the Boston All Star Team. This was a well deserved honor, for these boys have led the team all season. Some of the others who have performed creditably fol- low: Erwin Crester, Walter Cook, Ted Carangelo, Stan Koffman, Frank McCabe, Tim Twomey, and Bill Steinfeld. Although most of the team will be lost through graduation, there are enough return- ' mg letter men together with Mr. Sheehan ' s J. V. ' s to form a winning team for 1950 . BASEBALL TEAM a a « a Front Row (left to right): Ronald- Nasson, Edward Winick, Francis McCabc, Erwin Chester, Timothy Twomey, James Vafiades, Walter Cook. Second Row (left to right): Coach Stewart, John Karlc, William Steinfeld, John Visco, Theodore Carange- lo, Gerald Counihan, Stanley Koffman, Leonard Ridini, William Copcland, Manager. Third Row (left to right): David Pierre, Hillard Shurdut, Robert Morris, Bernald Milton, James Joyce, Hale Khoury, Mark Dobro, John Sylvester, Thomas Clcgg. Charles Ashley Theodore Carangelo Erwin Chester Thomas Clegg Walter Cook William Copeland, Manager Francis McCabe Gerald Counihan WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Ronald Nason David Pierre Hillard Shurdut William Steinfeld John Sylester Timothy Twomey Bernard Milton James Vafiades THE SEASON ' S RECORD Mark Dobro Michael Fucillo Hale Khoury Stanley Koffman English i6 Brandeis I English 8 Roxbury Memorial 14 English 8 Groton 8 English 7 Brighton 9 English II Hyde Park 7 English 6 Commerce 3 English Roslindale 5 English 4 East Boston 16 English 7 Medford 4 English 3 Charlestown 4 English 0 Trade 3 English 4 Dorchester 12 English 4 Tech I English 4 Lawrence Academy 10 English 13 South Boston 14 English 4 B. C. High 8 English 15 Jamaica Plain 4 English 12 Latin 7 Student Qovemor As we graduate this year, we have in our midst the student governor of our Com- monwealth, Richard Butera. We at EngUsh High School voted for Dick to represent us m our legislature. Dick was chosen from among all the other representatives in our state to be our student governor. He was treated with all the respect and honor that was due a man of his position. After delivering an inaugural speech, Dick took up four pieces of legislation, urging his students ' legislature to enact bills providing for (i) a course in practical politics. (2) a 5tate commission to review comic books. (3) a continued prohibition against fireworks, and (4) an age requirement of eighteen instead of sixteen for obtaining a driver ' s license. Dick did a fine job in his executive duties. English High School was proud of him. Yes, the day Dick took over was a great day for English High School, for Governor Dever, a Latin boy, had to give his seat to a fellow from English High School. Cruising the Corridors Contact!! The Blue and Blue Flagship of the English Continental Airways is now taking off on Runway Four. . . . Ah! There ' s 101. But it is empty. So are all other senior rooms. Well, it had to happen sometime. The seniors have jumped bail. John Sylvester says . . . Our football team did fairly well this last year. It lost only one game to Latin. . . . Clement High claims that his exam questions didn ' t bother him in the least. But, I ' ll bet the answers did. . . . Bob Mahn wrote on his history exam that Joan of Arc was Noah ' s wife. . . . Walter Dooley has decided to stop using the exclamation point. He says he isn ' t surprised at anything these days. . . . We hear that a well-known bath soap company has been listening to George Fortune with an attentive musical ear. It seems that the regular B. O. announcer is getting hoarse. . . . Don O ' Brien asked Bob Harticm for a few words with him, and Bob started trying to sell him a dictionary. . . . Bob O ' Connor ' s comment on Rita Hay worth: " If Aly Kahn why can ' t I? " Somebody should tell him. . . . John Fortounes and Walter Arnold have been going around with their version of " Home on the Range. " They ought to get the Boston Consolidated Gas Co. to sponsor them out in Alaska somewhere. . . . Joe Lobosco says we all owe a great debt to our teachers, but he won ' t elaborate on how we should pay it. . . . Bill Ohrenberger has now definitely stated that he doesn ' t like to be interrupted in the middle of an interruption. . . . Albert Griltin: " Isn ' t it hard to meet expenses this year? . . . Howard Harrisson: " Hard? Nuts! I meet them at every corner. " . . . Leonard Gallagher, who is early of late, used to be behind before, but now is first, at last. . . . Ambrose Flaherty says he understands French, but only when he speaks it himself. . . . Allen Chansky was thinking seriously about being in that play they announced. He says that although he ' s never been on the stage, he ' s had his leg in a cast a couple of times. . . . Robert Sabine can tell the speed of his car without a speedometer. At twenty the fenders rattle; at thirty, the doors rattle; and at forty he rattles. . . . Joe Lousarorion: " You ' re pretty close to a complete idiot! " John Karle: " I am? — Well, then, move over. " Fromk Delazoppa and his fellow students were working hard on their last test when they heard the teacher mumble from the front of the room, " Will some generous student who isn ' t copying from his textbook be kind enough to allow me to borrow it for the rest of the period? " He didn ' t get one. . . . Dick Couto on patrol: " Halt, who goes there? " Freshman: " You wouldn ' t know me. I just got here today from Latin. " . . . Edward Hunter was heard talking to a conductor on the way back from one of his excursions. Ed.: " Does this train stop at South Station? " Conductor: " Well, if it doesn ' t, there ' ll be one heck of a wreck. " . . . Dick Nunes has come to the conclusion that you get tired doing nothing because you can ' t take a rest. . . . Alexander Visser: " And a grasshopper can jump two hundred times its own length. " Charles Theodore: That ' s nothing. I once saw a wasp lift a two hundred pound man three feet off the ground. " . . . Paul Connolly tells us that when the lightning bug backed into the pencil sharpener, it exclaimed, " Delighted, no end. " . . . Tom Porter to a certain party who works over in Copley Square: " Are you fond of nuts? " She: " Is this another proposal? " . . . Lowell Edney not only thinks that Phil Semon ' s hats are a perfect fit, but an excellent convulsion besides. . . . Harold Weisse is a big gun in the store business. He ' s been fired three times. . . . James Gibbons: " You hunt bear? " Gibson: " Nope, always wear a hunting outfit. " ... I wonder if Leonard McMahan is still trying to open an egg with a can opener. . . . Edward Wynne ' s history teacher told him that his composition reminded him of the Plains of Quebec. Why? Because it was built on a bluff. . . . Frank HiU. Jr.. says he can beat anyone in a race if he chooses the course and has a foot head start. It seems there was a ladder close by when he made the statement. . . . Ernest Messina has developed the habit of carrying a monkey-wrench around with him since he moved next to a home for the mentally retarded. He is terribly afraid of some nuts getting loose. . . . They say that on still nights you can still hear Doug MacMaster ' s campaign speeches ringing through the Assembly Hall. ... As the school year came to an end, so must this flight, but just think, we no longer can join the Women Haters ' Club at 2:34 on Tremont Street. . . . Control Tower to Pilot: " Come in for landing on runway three. " " Roger " . . . " Wilco. " RECORD and YEARBOOK STAFF Front Row: William L. Holden, Arthur Penn, Doujjlas J. MacMastcr, Paul Hcins (Faculty Adviser), David L. Sokol, Stanley Pransky, Ralph S. Levitt. Second Row: Robert P. Santis. Tij;lath Pcrrh. Alexander D. Visser, Ernest C. Warshafsky, William H. Ohrenberger, Jr., Allan J. Bresnick, Robert J. Rubin. Third Row: Norman M. Fine, Robert A. Gatturna, Thomas J. Carra, .Alan Shuman, Donald M. Kohrin. RECORD and YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF First Row: John Chronis, Jason J. Cohen (.Advertisinj; Manager), Paul Heins (Faculty Adviser), Henry E. Pransky (Business Manager), Sumner Sachs. Second Row: Frank Alizio, Kenneth Ballou, Gerald Katz, Gaetano Ciriello. STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR COUNCILLORS SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS HEADMASTER ' S AIDES LIBRARY CORPS SWITCHBOARD STAFF CAMERA CLUB SCIENCE CLUB DISCUSSION CLUB CHESS CLUB ORCHESTRA GLEE CLUB Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment First Row: (left to right) William Holden, Paul Finn. Anthony Cormio. R bcrt Katturna. Marv:n Fein- man, John Karle, Sepafino Perra, Hans Pechner. John Chronis, Arnold Smokier, Henry Peele. Second Row: (left to right) Albert Vozzella, Robert D ' Ambrosio, Renedetto Rizzo, Allen Rice, Robert Kalagerous, Louis Keimach, Robert Hartian, Anthony Alizio. Rocco Spataro. Third Row: (left to right) George Dunn, Guy Tenereillo, George Kontsas. William Epstein, Peter Santos. Jason Gottlieb. Richard Miranda. Fourth Row: (left to right) Barry Oshry, Norman Geller. Joseph larsolini. Robert Habeeb. George Arouchon. John Kennedy, Charles Theodore. Colonel John C. Chronis Lieut-Colonel Anthony R. Cormio Major (ist Bat) Robert R. Kalogercs Major (2d Bat Paul J. Finn Major 3d Bat John P. Karle INDI John F. Giglio Richard P. Spillane Frank V. DelVecchio Norman Prince Edwin O. Burke ;al drill Edward L. Stack William G. Glazier John R. Staffieri Frank A. Giutfre Charles T. Donovan Commissioned Officers of the Second Regiment First row: (left to right) Jason Scherter. l atrick Kinj;. Henry Thcrricn, Robert DiCiregorio, Paul Ncckes, Arthur Weiner, Saul Bahn, Kenneth Ballou, John Green, Harold Fishman. Second row: (left to right) Norman Whitconib. Edward Wynne. Allan Devane ' , Harry Stetson. Aram Savakian. Hillard Shurdut. Allan Rice, Bernard Pshoter, Robert Gross. Third row: (left to right) John Sisk. Frank Cobino. .Mien Getman. Robert Rubin. Thomas Napoleon. Robert Saef, Leo Doherty, Allan Jacobjon, Tiglath Perch. (Not in picture) Walter G. Arnold. Colonel [Jeut-Colonel Major (ist Bat) Major (2d Bat) Nfajor (3d Bat) Patrick ]. King Henry J. Therrien Arthur A. Weiner Donald Shruhan Harold Fishman INDIVIDUAL DRILL Burt L. Whitman Arthur J. Foundas Gerald E. Boches Charles E. Floyd James S. Hadley Earl S. Goodman Harry J. Ginsberg Herbert P. Brown John G. Murphy Constantine G. Roumeliotis CITY CHAMPIONSHIP MILITARY BAND Drum Major, Arthur M. Simon John Adams Richard AUeyne Gerald Amirault Joseph Berlinguet John Barry Arthur Bjork Richard Bonney Harvey Bornstein Leon Brass D. Brenner Irving Busny Anthony Castelluci Philip Chalmers Anthony Cibotti John Clegg Thomas Clegg Thomas Coyne Daniel Crawley J. Crawley Edward Daniels Edward Denon John Dunn Richard Eas tty John Fleming Gyrone Forman Nicholas Flynn Instructor, Mr. Joseph Trongone Harvey Fritz Charles Morse Michael Fucillo Donald Nicholson John Gavin Richard Pacifico Richard Giglio Herbert Pannos John Golden Laurence Pierce Frederick Goodman John Post James Grady John Robinson Morton Green Richard Rutfield Gerald Hill Paul Sandler Walter Hoi man Russel Serbaggi Kenneth JoUimore Robert Shannon Leon Kessler Dennes Shepard Alfred King Harr ' Shuman Donald Kobrin Erwin Small James Kvicala Robert Stone Robert Lanciano Harold Swartz Ralph Lewis Robert Tamulis Marvin Lourie Raymond Tremlett Thomas Lyon Daniel Tully John McCarthy Jules VanSchelt Theopilus McKiney J. Walsh Joseph Martari Lewis Weisberg Robert Mason Robert Wells Othon Mavro Ralph Wiranis Charles Mitchell Edward Worth City Championship Drum and Bugle Corps dm. Drum Major, Leonard V. 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