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

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E. H. S. YEARBOOK Class of C - To-y YEARBOOK 1951 LITERARY Warren H. Ringer, ' 51 — Associate Editor Kenneth E. Smith, ' 51 — Associate Editor Maurice Barron, ' 52 George C. Fennell, ' 51 Thomas F. Gaines, ' 51 Leonard Neidleman, ' 51 Donald C. Nicholson, ' 51 Arnold M. Rosenberg, ' 51 Richard Rutfield, ' 51 Richard C. Wolff, ' 51 BUSINESS Donald A. MacMillan, ' 51 — Auditor Richard C. Wolff, ' 51, Advertising Manager TYPING Lewis M. Barnes, ' 52 Theotis Humphrey, ' 51 FACULTY ADVISERS Paul Heins — Editorial Francis P. Glavin — Business SPORTS Myron Cooper, ' 51 — Editor Neal Carmen, ' 52 Richard T. Herd, ' 52 Earl A. Jordan, ' 52 ART Norman M. Fine, ' 51 Jose J. Rodriguez, ' 52 John J. Whelan, ' 52 PHOTOGRAPHY Frederick G. Clow, ' 51 Paul B. Webster, ' 51 WALTER F. DOWNEY, A. B., Ed. M., L. H. D. Head Master A Message Zo M t bers of the Class of 1951 You are graduating from The English High School in a period of history of vital importance to you, to our Republic, and to all nations who believe in free- dom and democracy. No more appropriate message can be given to you, at this time, them a por- tion of the Invasion Day Prayer delivered by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 6, 1944, and which you heard me read at your graduating exercises: " O Lord, give us faith. Give us faith in Thee; faith in our sons; faith in each other; faith in our united crusade. Let not the keeness of our spirit ever be dulled. Let not the impacts of temporary events, of temporal matters of but fleeting moment — let not these deter us in our unconquerable purpose. Help us to conquer the apostles of greed and racial arrogances. Lead us to the saving of our country, and with our sister nations in- to a world unity that will spell a sure peace — a peace invulnerable to the schemings of unworthy men. And a peace that will let all men live in freedpm, reaping the just rewards of their honest toil. Thy will be done. Almighty God. Amen. " May God bless you — Every One. Head Master BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL FOUNDED 1821 MONTGOMERY STREET BOSTON 16. MASSACHUSETTS WALTER F. DOWNEY Head master April 11, 1951 Lt, Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway Supreme Commander Allied Powers Tokyo, Japan The faculty, undergraduates and alumni of The English High School of Boston salute with pride a former student, as he assumes the rank of highest command in the Far East. We pray for success under your 3 eadership. Walter F. Downey Head Master FACSIMILE OF LETTER SENT BY MR. DOWNEY TO GENERAL RIDGWAY GENERAL HEADQUARTERS FAR EAST COMMAND OFFICE OF THE COMM ANDEK-IN-CHIKF 15 April 1951. My dear Mr. Downey: No message received here surpasses in either interest or appreciation that which you were thoughtful enough to send. The recognition of my debt to English High School increases with the years, and I shall hope at some not too distant date to be able to visit with you and express it in person. V ith warm best wishes to you and the great institution which you head. At no time in our history has the opportunity f£m service of an educational institution such as yours been greater. SincereCLy, M. B. RIDGWAY, Lieutenant General, Tj.$, Army. Mr. Walter F. Downey English High School Boston, Massachusetts FACSIMILE OF GENERAL RIDGWAY ' S REPLY TO MR. DOWNEY A Partmg Word This Yearbook is of little intrinsic value to the student now. It will be invaluable to the man later. In the coming years, which will pass as if they were only days, a glance at this book will revive fond memor- ies and reminiscences of friends forgotten; a glance will recapture moments of greatest ecstasy ajiid keenest disappointment. These few words are dedicated not only to the English High School graduating class of 1951, but to all graduating classes of 1951 — the first class of the half century destined to be the most prophectic era in the history of man ' s struggle for survival. When we entered this school, there were marked differences in each of us to distinguish us from our fellow students. We were truly individuals. As years pass and we are on the verge of graduation and entry into the realistic business world, these differences do not materialize; we are all fundamentally one and the same — as it should be. The main object of English High is to make and mold men of matchless moral character, as evidenced by the school motto: " Be clean. Be courteous. Be square. " The secondary object of English High School is to enrich us with the advantages of a higher education or to prepare us for life in the business world. English High School has succeeded in these two aims; and in doing so, has made upright, civic- minded citizens of its graduates. Men of previous classes - a year, a decade or a generation ago - have proved the success of these prescribed goals of our school. Our own class will prove its success. Gradu- ates of our class will be great statesmen, successful business men, leading financiers, outstanding scientists, but, most of all, they will be men. The spirit of students, past and present, of English High School is of the highest quahty. An exception- ally good basketball team, a mediocre baseball team, a below-average hockey team — all receive the same well-deserved support of both student body and alumni. To all sports, this unanimous support is given; to Mr. Ronan ' s consistently good track teams, to Mr. Stewart ' s aggressive football, baseball and hockey squads, to the standard bearers of Mr. Murphy ' s courageous tennis team, to Mr. Simmon ' s gallant golf cam- paigners, and also to all our adversaries in these sporting events. Enthusiastic support is also accorded to the more refined extra-curricular activities; for instance — to this Yearbook, the Catalog, the Chess Club, the Camera Club, the Science Club, and the Discussion Club. Mr. Trongone ' s musical organizations, also are well liked by all students; and E. H. S. ' s band is almost always the winner in its division of the schoolboy cadet parade. Ever since the middle of the century, our country has followed a policy of " Manifest Destiny " ; it is the duty of America to lead and protect the entire world. Never before in the history of recorded time has the world been in such danger. The condition of the world can be likened to that of a tree, all but one re- maining branch of which has been killed by a parasitic weed. The world is the tree, Communism is the killing parasite, and America — the surviving branch — is its only hope. , This is the world in which we are about to embark. The fate of the world rests in the hands of the youth of America. Knowing the men of E. H. S., and knowing them to be a cross-section of America, I believe we are prepared. KENNETH E. SMITH Masters Emeriti Retiring this lune HARRY C. BARBER (Mathematics), member of the faculty of the EngUsh High School for 31 years. WILLIAM J. DOOLING (Latin and German), member of the faculty of the English High School for 28 years. JAMES A. GOLDTHWAITE (Mathematics), member of the faculty of the English High School for 41 years. ALFRED B. KERSHAW (English), member of the faculty of the English High School for 39 years. " What greater or better gift can we offer the republic than to teach and instruct our youth? " — Cicero Senior Class ' Day April 26, 195 Entrance March Salute to the Flag Alma Mater Sung by the Class Address Address Piano Solo Basketball ct English High School Trombone Solo Track at English High School Saxophone Solo Football at English High School Piano Solo Baseball at English High School Class Song, Words by Joseph Fish, ' 51, Sung by the Class Presentation of Class Gift Star Spangled Banner Sung by t he Class Closing March 3ly Hall — 1:15 P. M. English High School Band Assembly Accompanied by English High Schcol Band George Hctton ' 51 President of Senior Class Walter F. Downey, Head Master John G. McCarthy ' 51 Ferdinand Carrangelo ' 51 Lawrence Pierce ' 51 Gerald O ' Leary ' 51 Richard Pacifico ' 51 Michael Fucillo ' 51 Joseph Fish ' 51 Angelo Buonopane ' 51 Accompanied by English High School Band George Hotton, ' 51 English High School Band English High School Band CLASS OFFICERS President — George E. Hotton ' 51 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Vice President — Alan T. Howe ' 51 j Robert Jacobs ' 51 Secretary Treasurer — Gerald F. O ' - Oliver Galloway ' 51 Leary LAWRENCE PRIZE FIDELITY AND DEPORTMENT 1950 - 51 101 Joseph S. Beaudoin 102 Sherman Chang 103 Robert J. Flaherty 104 Robert Fletcher 105 Franklin G. Johns 106 Edmund LaMarre 107 Pasquale F. Marino 108 Joseph T. Quirk 109 Alan K. Smith 110 Lindsley Wellman LAWRENCE PRIZE WINNERS — 1950 - 51 ENGLISH E4 Norris B. King E8 Donald MacMillan HISTORY H4 5 Robert J. Flaherty LATIN L4 Alan D. Smith GERMAN G3 Sherman S. Chang FRENCH F4 Arthur S. Dunn ITALIAN 13 Lawrence A. Foti MATHEMATICS M3 Charles Bress M4 Henry 1. Snider M7 Joseph K. Fish PHYSICS PI Bertram Moscowitz BOOKKEEPING B4 Donald MacMillan B5 Leo Lew OFFICE PRACTICE B6 Donald MacMillan MERCHANDISING K4 Raymond J. Letourneau ECONOMICS K5 Raymond J. Letourneau SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING 02 Theotis Humphrey DRAWING D3 John G. McCarthy UNITED STATES HISTORY THE WASHINGTON AND FRANKLIN MEDAL Robert J. Flaherty SCIENCE AWARDS Herbert P. Brown Joseph K. Fish CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY — NATIONAL BUSINESS ENTRANCE TESTS John S. Dunn Walbert J. LaPlctnte Donald MacMillan Laurence B. Pierce John M. Talkowski Order of (graduation Bmcises Tremont Temple, June 5, 1951 PROCESSIONAL — " Soldier ' s Life " Jacobrowski " THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER " CLASS ORATION — George E. Hotton, President, Class of 1951 AWARD OF PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS — Walter F. Downey, Head Master Cumston Prize John Bouve Clapp Prize — Class of 1873 English Prize Clarence Walker Barron Memorial Scholarship Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship Albert H. Wiggin Memorial Scholarship Edward S. Goulston Memorial Scholarship Class of 1913 Award Class of 1919 Award Contributions for other awards and prizes have been received from many members of the alumni body and fr om the Classes of 1863, 1870, 1873, 1877, 1880, 1883, and from every graduating class since the year 1885. CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL — George W. Papen, M. D., Class of 1911 CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — Stanley G. H. Fitch, Class of 1895 (1) English Prize (2) Colonel Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citizen " Award CLASS OF 1906 AWARD — Charles J. Fox, Class of 1906 AWARD OF MILITARY DIPLOMAS — Brig.-Gen. Timothy J. Regan, Class of 1925. CLASS SONG — CLASS SONG OF 1951 (Tune — " America the Beautiful " ) Words by Joseph K. Fish, ' 51 AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS — Benjamin Ulin, Class of 1916 SELECTION — " Mexican Hat Dance " Bourdon AWARD OF ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS — Joseph C. White, Member of the Bos- ton School Committee AMERICA — The audience will stand and sing the first stanza. EXIT MARCH — " The Thunderer " Souse Class Orat ' m Mr. Downey, Mr. Smith, invited guests, parents, friends, and classmates. The Class of 1951 of the English High School bids you welcome. I am proud to have the privilege of extending the greetings of the Class of 1951 in this, the 130th Anniversary Year of the founding of the English High School. This evening our class is fully assembled for the last time as students of the English High School. As alumni, we will meet again in the future but nev- er again will we all be together as we are tonight. To the people of Boston, sir, we are truly indebted, a debt no doubt, that none of us will be able to repay in full; but by establishing ourselves as wor- thy and respected citizens of our city, state, and country we ' will have gained the main purpose of the twelve years of learning we have experienced. In many cases our parents have sacrificed much more than we will ever know that we might obtain this education. It was their help, support, and un- derstanding that enabled us to complete successfully our high school training. From the deepest recesses of our heccrts we wish to express our gratitude to them. Without their guidance in the many disappointments or modest success which befell us, some would, no doubt, be absent from our midst tonight. Although our parents deserve much praise, Mr. Downey and the members of the faculty not only taught us our academic subjects but have instilled in us a spirit which will never be lost wherever we venture. For these virtues which they have taught us we are indeed grateful. Mr. Downey has given, unself- ishly, much of his time to see that we chose the right path at all times. We deeply regret that tonight marks the severence of such a pleasant association. This evening is often referred to by many as our " graduation " but in my estimation the word " commencement " is much better. This is a night we have often regarded as the time when we lay aside the work to which we have be- come accustomed. Time has proven, however, that the end of one worthwhile endeavor is only the beginning of another. Our commencement then is not the completion of our education but only the beginning of a new period of learning, whether we continue under supervision or set out on our own. Men of the Class of 1951 . . . Tonight means something different to each one of us. Some of us will go to college, some will enter the business or pro- fessional world, and still others will enter the armed services. Remember this; we all carry a common bond, a common heritage; let the inspiration of our Al- ma Mater and her ideals guide you. Many times the decision of which road to travel, the right or the wrong, must be made by us. Let us aim high in what- ever field we enter even if we don ' t reach our goal, for ' a man ' s reach should exceed his grasp, else what ' s a heaven for? ' Tomorrow we step forth into a new world of experience. Men . . . Remember our time-honored motto and abide by it: " Be Clean, Be Courteous, Be Square. " And so . . . Goodbye and God speed you. GEORGE E. HOTTON, President, Class of 1951 Jmrds Presented at S. M. 5. Qraduatm (The 1951 cash awards total over $1800.00) CUMSTON PRIZE ($300.00) " Awarded to the member of the graduating class who was been most distinguish- ed throughout his course for manHness, rectitude and gentlemanly conduct in all his school relations, and who has by his example exerted upon his associates an influence tending to elevate their standard of character " . AWARDED TO : Donald A. MacMillan CLARENCE WALKER BARRON SCHOLARSHIP: ($250.00) " Awarded to a member of the graduating class for his outstanding record in scholarship and school citizenship. " AWARDED TO: Paul C. M. Ryan CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: ($200.00) " Awarded to a member of the graduating class for his outstanding record in scholarship and school citizenship. " AWARDED TO; William Themistocles. ALBERT H. WIGGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: ($200.00) " Awarded to a member of the graduating class for his outstanding record in scholarship and school citizenship. " AWARDED TO: Alan D. Smith. CLASS OF 1913 AWARD: ($150.00) " Awarded to the member of the graduating class who exemplifies in character, scholarship and activities outside the class- room the ideals and high traditions of the English High School. " AWARDED TO: Philip J. Micciche. CLASS OF 1906 AWARD: ($112.50) " Awarded to that member of the graduating class whose record has given evidence of high distinction in two or more of the following: Scholarship, competitive athletics, mil- itary drill and general school citizenship. " AWARDED TO: Arthur S. Dunn. EDWARD S. GOULSTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: ($50.00) " Awarded to a member of the graduating class for liis outstanding record in scholarship and school citizenship. " AWARDED TO: Raymond J. Letourneau. JOHN BOUVE CLAPP PRIZE IN ENGLISH: ($35 00) " Awarded to the member of the graduating class most proficient in English. " AWARDED TO: William B. Wharton. CLASS OF 1919 AWARD: ($25.00) " Awarded to the member of the graduating class who shall be deemed to be held in the highest esteem by members of his class and the faculty of the school. " AWARDED TO: George E. Hotton CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS (1) English Prize: ($50.00 War Bond) " Awarded to that member of the graduating class who has demon- strated by comprehensive examination that he possesses to the highest degree a command of written expression, an appreciation of traditional values and a thorough literary background. " AWARDED TO: Herbert S. Brown. (2) Colonel Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citizen " Award: ($50.00 War Bond) " Awarded to that member of the graduating class whose school citizenship has been of high order, and who in specific ways has assisted in making the community a better place in which to live. " AWARDED TO: Ferdinand L. Carangelo CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL: " Awarded to a member of the graduating class for consistent and effective effort in and out of school; for a self-sacrificing, modest, con- scientious attitude in all his school relations. " AWARDED TO: Leo Lew FRANKLIN MEDALS: " Awarded to eight members of the graduating class who have maintained the highest scholarship during their senior year, together with exemplary conduct throughout their course. " AWARDED TO: Donald A. MacMillan, Paul C, M. Ryan, Alan D. Smith, Arthur S. Dunn, Raymond J. Le- tourneau, William Themistocles, John S. Dunn, Joseph K. Fish. Class Song (Tune — " America the Beautiful " ) I The path of work And peace, we trod Until our goal was reached. We shall not fail, As on we sail. We ' re bound to reach the peak. Chorus: Dear Blue and Blue, Dear Blue and Blue, We bid farewell to thee. Across the land, Thy colors fly; Farewell, dear English High. II Dear English High, We pledge with pride, To be thy loyal sons. We ' ll all be true. Dear Blue and Blue, As life ' s course onward runs. Chorus: Dear Blue and Blue, Dear Blue and Blue, We bid farewell to thee. Across the land, Thy colors fly; Farewell, dear English High. JOSEPH K. FISH, b SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Alan T. Howe (Vice-President), George E. Hotton (President), Ger- ald T. O ' Leary (Secretary- Treasurer). (Not in picture: Oliver G. Galloway, Executive Committee; Robert Jacobs, Ex- ecutive Committee.) JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Robert N. Blakeman (Secretary- Treasurer), Donald C. Nicholson (Executive Committee), Alan T. Howe (Vice-President), Gerard F. Devlin (Executive Committee). (Not in picture: Ferdinand A. Carangelo, President.) ALUMNI COMMITTEE SEATED (left to right) Theodore H. Howe, Arnold T. Howe (Chairman) STANDING (left to right) Thomas J. Myron, Robert P. Noonan, Edmund S. La- Marre. PROM COMMITTEE SEATED (left to right) Robert T. Jenksinson (Chairman), Charles J. O ' Brien. STANDING (left to right) Philip J. Micciche, Louis C. Assad, Richard C. Wolff. YEARBOOK COMMITTEE SEATED (left to right) Myron Cooper, Richard H. Marzynski. STANDING (left to right) Gecrge W. Glatis, Donald C. Nicholson, Charles E. Hotton. PICTURE COMMITTEE SEATED (left to right) Robert N. Blakeman, William B. Wharton (Chairman). STANDING (left to right) Michael J. Fucillo, Frazier S. Taylor, Ronald B. Cook. SONG COMMITTEE SEATED at piano: Joseph K. Fish. STANDING (left to right) Richard D. Sullivan, John G. McCarthy. Class M ist or y FRESHMAN YEAR I had just reached Warren Avenue when I saw a typical E. H. S. student holding on to a tree. " What ' s the name of that castle? " I asked. " Oh, that ' s English High " was the reply that staggered me as the walls appeared to grow more immense the more I looked at them. Considering the years and the weather, the building has stood up remarkably well, but one could not help wondering why a fire station had been built just around the corner. Once inside the building, 1 could find no way out. 1 followed the arrows, showing the " up " and " down " stairways, literally, and spent many houis searching for the " up " stairways. To this day, there are still Freshmen look- ing for cross-corridors on the third floor. During the lunch period, we found ourselves amid a herd of famished men. We often noticed empty tables far from the confusion, and proceeded to sit down. Our hopes soon faded when we were told that the tables were re- served for Seniors. Four minutes was not a long enough time for us Freshmen to move from one room to another, especially for the Freshmen who looked at every picture that lined the walls of the corridors. Latin and French were comparatively new to most of us, but we soon planned to buy " trots " for " Caesar " and " Cicero. " Probably the hardest test of high school ended on the day we became Sophomores. We had surely learned a great deal about " the castle. " SOPHOMORE YEAR We, the unmistakable Sophomores, filed into the E. H. S. after a brief sum- mer vacation. Accepting our fate and the fact that we had only a few minutes left, we hurried to meet old friends again. After the usual filling out of a few thousand cards, we awaited the long hours before us. The second year was different. We no longer had that chocking, fear- ful feeling deep down inside of us. We no longer groped our way up the dark corridors in search of unheard of rooms, only to find ourselves in darker, more astonishing places. Yes, we had learned uncountable miles of informa- tion. Our plight was over. It was our turn to watch the Freshmen stumble their meaninglessway in your great vastness, E. H. S. The " Record " awoke from its rest in the E. H. S. dust, a sleep that had been caused by the paper shortage of the war. Through this interesting school publication, we become more aware of school activities. Confusion made its noisy way to our portals when strange looking men in overalls buzzed eagerly on the second floor of the south side. The echos of hammers rapped through the building. When the dust had settled and the noise had ceased, behold we saw a memorial reminding us of those E. H. S. sons who didn ' t think twice to give their lives so that we may live. The time was approaching now when we could say that only two more years had to come and go. April washed in. The prize drill was only an- other date on the fast fading month of April. May and then June shone through the windows. We were no longer Sophomores, but five star Juniors. JUNIOR YEAR A well earned rest had just come to a close, and Juniors as well as Seni- ors, Sophomores, and Freshmen entered E. H. S. for ten more months of anxi- ety. The teachers had that keen sense of unrighteousness that spreads a cold fear over countless millions of little men — said by some to be FRESHMEN. Football soon removed the thoughts of school. Roger Stewart and the team showed their power, but lost the game to Latin 19-0. English, Latin, and Technical participated in the first cross country events. E. H. S. came out on top. Mr. Atwood, backed by a very able physics department, had us well into the subject by the first of December. Before the Christmas vacation, the Seniors started to clean out the lockers. They left the locker room looking like the city dump. Mack and the boys had to do some work. This winter was extremely mild. Some of us were playing catch on the Christmas vacation. The fellows were really " sharped up " with their Christ- mas presents when we came back to school. The basketball team did a fine job taking the Boston Conference Champ- ionship. The boys had a perfect cheering section at the Tech Tourney, and played their hearts out for the Blue and Blue, only to loose the game to At- tleboro. After C. P., the Juniors felt lonely. Seniors were very rare persons a- round the school those days. Although we were still struggling our way along, we had started to check off the number of days left for school — even though there were eighty more to go. The usual April prize drill took place along about now. A very able young man named Francis Del Veccio marched his company into first prize. Everything ran along smoothly, although Colonel Driscoll had a hard time to make himself heard over the loud speaker. When the volume was too high, his voice reverberated - nobody could hear him. When too low, it was twice as bad. Maybe some year they will find that in-between volume so that everybody will be able to understand. The baseball team was quite vigorous. The first week of pitching prac- tice in the drill hall found the doors thoroughly ventilated. By the way the team did a good job. Mr. Heins started selling the " Record " again. He had the usual support from the boys, and was desperately seeking out all the promises he had re- ceived from the Juniors and Seniors. Not until after a year ' s hard work were we able to say that we were Seniors. Spheres, Caesar, and physics had given us quite a scare, but we knew the worst was to come. SENIOR YEAR Along with the usual problems that confront a Senior Class, the Class of ' 51 was obviously the smallest senior class since 1920. Unforeseen at the beginning of the year, were such questions as: " Would the subscriptions for the Yearbook pull us over the top? " " Would we have a prom? " These and the fear of being handed our draft papers at graduation surely had us guessing. One good cogitation, the knowledge that C. P. would release us around the first of May, resounded through our minds until insanity seemed to be a poor diagnosis for our actions. But with all our haste to leave you, E. H. S., to explore the outside, I may assure you we would be very glad to fill your long corridors, when our troubles really begin. Jerry O ' Leary and the boys gained the respect of Latin in the annual English-Latin Thanksgiving Day gome. It was a ding-dong battle all the way, which found English ahead all of the game. The final score of the game was; English 41, Latin 30. Those Seniors who took the college course were fascinated by the chemis- try labs, a fascination that lived until H2S and S02 became one of the experi- ments. Class elections gave an opportunity to all Seniors to vote. George Hotton convinced us he should be president of the Senior Class. Other electees were Jerry O ' Leary, secretary-treasurer; Alan T. Howe, vice-president; J. Robert Jacobs and Oliver Galloway, executive committee. Basketball again reigned supreme in E. H. S. as the team ended the sea- son undefeated. In the Tech Tourney, Lawrence squeezed out a 50-49 win. Flash - Mr. and Mrs. North and South America and all the ships at sea. Who, in Mr. Brown ' s C4 class, borrowed a pill from his fabulous collection? Certainly the culprit must have been apprehended by now. If he hasn ' t been, the F. B. I could use him. The long and tedious job of collecting class dues soon lessened the weights of our billfolds. Mr. Frazier and the room councillors had their work cut out for them on this job. Mr. Heins appointed a committee of boys to encourage members -of the class to have class pictures taken. The Yearbook money started to seep in, and we soon discovered alumni dues were also to be dealt with. On December 10, the N. R. O. T. C. exam was taken by a few seniors. A considerable number of boys gave a Saturday, plus twelve " bucks " , for the March 10 " college boards. " Many of the fellows, thoroughly disgusted after the tests, were looking for the nearest recruiting station. George Hotton and the Prom Committee must have become well acquaint- ed with the senior home room boys in a desperate attempt to sell prom tickets. A fifteen hundred word composition had to be written and turned in to E4 teachers before C. P. prospects could be dismissed. The " great release " came on May 4. By the time next Friday rolled around Nick Belilis was still wondering where all the seniors had gone. We have spent four years in E. H. S. - some of us longer. When we first came to the school, we had great expectations of the future, or of just hav- ing a good time. Since that eventful day in our lives, much has taken place in the world to change our dreams. Some of us will never go to college. Most of us will be drafted sooner or later. Our only wish is that those fellows who will graduate after us will have a dream with more reality, and a more peace- ful word in which to live. So like the most famous general of our time, we too, just fade away. WARREN H. RINGER, 51 HENRY F. ABBOTT " Hank " 32 Park Vale Ave., AUston School; William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a pharmaceu- tical chemist. College: N. E. College of Phar- macy French Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Orchesta 1; Track 1. BENTON D. ABRAMS " Ben " 16 Glenarm St., Dorchester School: Patrick Campbell Ambition: To be rich College: Boston University French Club 3, 4; Office Aide 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4. DAVID X. ADAMKOWSKI " Mouse " 135 Leverett St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a business- man or an opera singer Hobbies: Phonograph records, art LOUIS A ADREANI 18 Leyden St., E. Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Piano, baseball, foot- ball French Club 2; Track 3; Cap- tain 4. MICHAEL G. AFTOSMES " Mike " 83 Topliff St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Athletics, coins Honors SI; Patrol 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 3. LAWRENCE C. ALLEN Caesar " 578 Weld St., W. Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Northeastern Hobbies: Record collecting RICHARD B. ALM " Rick " 66 Bellevue St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College Northeastern Hobbies: Hunting, fishing Honors H3; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Switchboard 4; Room Councillor 4; Captain 4. RODNEY P. ANDREWS " Andy " 12 Riverdale St., AUston School: William H. Taft Ambition: To go West College: University of Texas Hobbies: Sports, billiards. Western music Hockey 4. ASGEIR ASGEIRSSON " Oscar " 102 Undine Rd., Brighton School: WiUiam H. Taft Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Track 2, 3, 4. LOUIS C. ASSAD " Louie " 269 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, photography Honors S3; Fidelity Prize 3; Photography Club 4; French Club 3; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2, 3, 4; Vice- President Student Council 4; 1st Lieutenant. MURRAY J. BALANOFF 119 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Boston University- Honor Roll 2; Captain; Track 3, 4. MITCHELL J. BARAM " Mitch " 14 Dyer St., Dorchester Ambition: To travel College: Boston University Hobbies: Music JAMES L. BARRY " Yogi " 42 Van Winkle St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a musician College: Oklahoma University Hobbies: Coins, trumpet Room Councillor 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4;; 1st Lieutenant, JOHN C. BARRY 683 Lagrange St., W. Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a teacher College: Brown Lawrence Prize 2; Fidelity Prize 2; French Club 3; Patrol 3, 4; 1st Lieatenant. DAVID O. BARTLETT " Dave " 8 Prescott St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Camera Club 1, JOHN A. BARTON 340 Canterbury St., Roslindale School: Parkman Ambition: To be a doctor College: Bates Office Aide 4; Captain; Foot- ball 2; Track 3, 4. LEONARD F. BAYNE " Junior " 1068 Tremont St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a pilot Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 4. JOSEPH S. BEAUDOIN 525 Geneva Ave., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a musician College: Arts Foundation of Boston Hobbies: Music Honors 3; Patrol 3, 4; Orchest- ra 3, 4. HARRISON S. BEERS 65 Lyndhurst St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To travel College: Providence Hobbies: Music Orchestra 1. ROBERT B. BENJAMINSEN 67 Codman Park, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a speed shop owner College: Miami University Hobbies: Automobiles, Sports French Club 2; Discussion Club 3; Patrol 3; Room Ath- letic Councillor 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Ten- nis 2. ROBERT J. BETHONEY 1222 Washington St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College REX BICCHIERI 474 Canterbury St., Roslindale School: Francis Parkman Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University 1st Lieutenant. ROBERT N. BLAKEMAN " Blakey " 1585 Centre St., W. Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Swimming, sailing Honors H2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Stamp Club 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3; Switchboard 1, 2, 3; Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class; Captain; Basketball 1, 2; Football 3; Track 2; Library Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Pic- ture Committee 4; Represen- tative of E. H. S. to National Educational Convention. NATHANIEL J. BOLDE " Naf 119 Hazelton St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston -University Hobbies: Photography, sports. Discussion Club 4; Camera Club 3; Patrol 1. MANSOUR F. BOTAISH • Bo " 272a Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be an accountant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Baseball, football Office Aide 4; 1st Lieutenant. ALBERT I. BRAGA " Albie " 56 Ceylon St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. LEON P. BRASS " Lee " 15 Mora St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: N. E. College of Phar- macy Hobbies: Music Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; 1st Lieutenant; Track 3. CHARLES BRESS " Charlie " 108 Myrtle St., Boston Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Chess, fishing, horse- back riding Chess Club 4; Office Aide 3. DALE C. BROMFIELD 76 Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an interpreter College: Boston University Hobbies: Attending South End Music School Honors 2, 3; French Club 4. LLOYD 3ROTT " Speed " 251 Chambers St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a success College: Brandeis Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3. HERBERT P. BROWN " Brownie " 72 Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an optomet- rist College: Boston University Hobbies: Radio, art Record Staff 3; Chess Club 3; Office Aide 4; 2nd Lieuten- ant. HERBERT S. BROWN " Professor " 358 Walnut Ave., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Chess Club; Captain Chess Team; Captain. WILLIAM A. BROWN, Jr. " Brownie " 22 Holyoke St., Boston School: Cathedral Junior High Ambition: To be a high school coach College: Teachers ' College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Band 1; Basket- ball 1; Football 1; Track 4. JOHN F. BUCKLEY " Buck " 14 Alicia Rd., Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports French Club 4; Stamp Club 4. ANGELO A. BUONOPANE " Ang " 1115 Saratoga St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To go to college College: U. S. Naval Academy Hobbies: Sports Honors HI, LI, 2; Ml, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2, 3; Room Ath- letic Councillor 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 1. FRANCIS R. CALLAHAN " Cal " 118 Homes Ave., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 2; Track 2. RAYMOND E. CAMPBELL " Roy " 21 Homestead St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a dental tech- nician College: Mass. School of Mechanical Dentistry Hobbies: Basketball Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2; 2nd Lieutenant; Basketball 2, 3; Golf 4. RICHARD P. CAPOBIANCO " Capo " 27 Colgate Rd., Roslindale School: Francis Parkman Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball Honors HI, LI, Fl, 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 1; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain. FERDINAND A. CARANGELO " Fred " 378 North Si., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a business- man College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Representative, Good Govern- ment Day; President Junior Class, Basketball 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4. FERDINAND L. CARANGELO " Ted " 9 Paragon Rd., W. Roxbury School: Michaelangelo Ambition: To be successful College: Georgetown Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4; Football 4; Golf 2, 3, Captain 4. JOSEPH A. CARRIERE " Joe " 12 Sigourney St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Stamps, coins, fly casting Stamp Club 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 2, 3; Color Guard 3, 4. ARTHUR F. CASSIDY " Art " 7 Meshaka St., W. Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw- Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports Hockey 3, 4. ANTHONY B. CASTELLUCCIO " Castie " 42 Morris St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To have my own band: To be a musician College: N. E. Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Fishing, swimming, carpentry Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant; Boston Public School Symphony Or- chestra 2, 3, 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band 1, 2, 3. WALTER CETARUK " Chuck " 59 Wyman St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambitic n: To retire College: Northeastern Honor Roll 2. MORTON CHALFIN " Mort " 211 Columbia Rd., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a radio tech- nician College: Mass School of Radio Hobbies: Stamp collecting bowling Honors SI, M2, 3; Patrol 4. SHERMAN CHANG " Sherm " 22 St. Stephen St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a biochemist College: M. 1. T. Hobbies: Model Airplanes Honors El, Gl, 2, M2, B; Hon- or Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Biology; Patrol 4; Of- fice Aide 4; Room Council- lor 2; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 1. FRANK I. CHENEY 515 Geneva Ave., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography Fidehty Prize 2, 3, 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant. HARRY CHIN " Harry " 21 Warren Place, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Cartoon drawing Honors German 1; Room Councillor 4; 1st Lieutenant. WALTER J. CHRISTMAS " Chris " 152 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards College: Boston University School of Business Honor Roll 4; Office Aide 4; Captain. FREDERICK G. CLOW " General " 194 W. Canton St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be an aerial photographer with the U. S. Air Force College: Boston University Ex- tension Hobbies: Politic;. traveling, collecting shells Record Staff 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4. HYMAN H. COMAN 115 Ellington St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University- Hobbies: Aviation, camping French Club; Civil Air Patrol; Lieutenant; Track 3, 4. WILLIAM E. CONROY " Billy " 5 Sumner Place, Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming 1st Lieutenant. EDWARD A. CONSTANTINE " Eddie " 44 Gordon St., Allston School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a priest College: Greek Archdiocese Theological Institute Hobbies: Music Band 4; Drum and Fife 2, 3. RONALD B. COOK " Cookie " 2 Ruskin St., W. Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To be a ball player College: Wesleyan University Hobbies: Sports French Club 3, 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 2; Picture Committee 4; 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2. MYRON COOPER " Mike " 138 Fairmount St., Dorchester School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a success College: University of Mass- achusetts Hobbies: Sports, music Yearbook Staff 3, Sports Edi- tor 4; Record Staff 3; Year- book Committee 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball Cheer- leader 4; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Individual Prize in Prize Drill. WILLIAM J. COUGHLAN " Bill " 94 Sydney St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Handball, bowling Chess Club 2, 3; Switchboard 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 1; 1st Lieutenant; Library Corps 2, 3, 4. ELLIOT M. COVER 424 Seaver St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Piano Playing Lawrence Prize German; Chess Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Captain; Golf 3. FRANCIS X. CREPEAU " Frank " 29 Montfern Ave., Brighton School: Our Lady of Presen- tation Ambition: To be in U. S. Air Corps College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, fishing Color Guard 4. PAUL V. CROKE " Crokey " 45 Milwood St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Band 3, 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Hoc- key 4. ALFRED F. CRONIN " Al " 46 St. Gregory St., Dorchester College: Boston College Patrol 4. DONALD H. CROSBY " Don " 3 Annapolis St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a minister College: Gordon College of Theology and Missions Hobbies: Photography, camp- ing Patrol 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Manager 4; Track 2. THOMAS J. CROSS " Ted " 2179 Centre St., W. Roxbury School: Edison Hobbies: Sports Drum and Fife 2; Baseball 2. JAMES R. CROWLEY " Crow " 407 Old Colony Ave., South Boston School: Grover Cleveland College: Coast Guard Acad- emy Hobbies: Making money Band 2, 3, 4; Boston Public School Symphony. ROBERT DANTONA " Bob " 65 W. Eagle St., East Boston School: loseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Chemistry, photo- graphy, drawing Captain. ROBERT M. DAVIS " Bob " 24 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a draftsman and designer Hobbies: Photography, draw- ing Honor Roll 1; Patrol 2. TO. THOMAS C. DeCOURCY " Deacon " 9 Bynner St., Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Ambition: To be a bright fel- low College: Northeastern Hobbies: Billiards, bowling, swimming RONALD I. DeHLIPPO " Dee " 13 Caldwell St., Charlestown School: St. Benedict ' s Hobbies: Hockey, dancing Track 2. JOSEPH A. DELANEY " Red " 3888 Washington St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be an expert machinist College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, fishing Drum and Bugle 3. EDWARD J. DeLUCA " Red " 176 Minot St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Guns, sports JOSEPH J. DoROSA " loe " 44 St. Edward Rd., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be an athletic coach College: Northeastern Honors 1; Honor Roll 1; Fidel- ity Prize 1; Patrol 1; Room Councillor 1; 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 2; Football 1; Track 1. PAUL T. DEVINE " Paul " 1754 Columbia Rd., South Boston School: Nazareth Ambition: To be a doctor College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Hunting, fishing Patrol 1; Lieutenant; Manager indoor and outdoor track teams 4. GERARD F. DEVLIN " Gerry " 53 Bernard St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To make a million College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Baseball Discussion Club 1; Executive Committee 3; Track 1. NICHOLAS V. DilESO " Nick " 94 Cowper St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; French Club 1; Patrol 3; Of- fice Aide 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Track 1. CHARLES E. DONOVAN " Chuck " 28 Norton St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a business- man Hobbies: Stamps, dancing, records Patrol 1. FRANCIS G. DONOVAN " Frank " 23 Ely Rd., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a success in life College: Boston College Hobbies: Basketball, baseball, fishing Patrol 3; Drum and Bugle 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Track 1 . 1 f % I MYRON DUBOW 17 Theodore St., Dorchester School: Frank D. Thompson Ambition: To be a manager and buyer College: Boston University, C. B. A. Hobbies: Records, rare coins, stamps Honor Roll 1; Patrol 2; Health Room Corps 4; Track 1. JOHN S. DUNN " Jack " 14 Norton St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Track, wrestling hunting, fishing Patrol 1; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Band 2; Orchestra 1; Base- ball 1; Track 2. ARTHUR S. DUNN " Art " 87 Dunboy St., Brighton School: Our Lady of Presenta- tion Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston Teachers ' Col- lege Honors LI, L2, F2, F3, Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize L2; French Club 1; Patrol 2; Golf Co-captain 2. THOMAS A. EAGAN " Tom " 11 Braeburn Rd., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a success in life Hobbies: Golf Patrol 2; Office Aide 1, 2; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Drum and Bugle 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Golf 3, 4. ROBERT W. ELWOOD " Bob " " El " 25 Thornley St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: Military Career College: U. S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Football, baseball, bowling, chess Discussion Club. PAUL D. FAHERTY " Lefty " 10 Spauldmg St., Dorchester College: Harvard Hobbies; Sports Office Aide 4; Military Comm. 4. THOMAS J. FAHERTY " Lefty " 113 Templeton St., Dorchester School: St. Marks Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Sports GEORGE C. FENNELL " Geor " 7 Kineo St., Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a radio an- nouncer College: Emerson College Hobbies: Fishing, boating, hik- ing Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 1; Room Councillor I. GILBERT A. HLLMORE, Jr. " Gil- ls Pratt St., Allston School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, fishing, basketball NORMAN M. FINE " Normie " 140 Seaver St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an engineer College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Art Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 2; Track 2; Art Schol- arship to Museum of Fine Arts. RALPH I. HNN " Skip " 90 Marion St., East Boston School: Duxbury High College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH K. FISH " Gefilte " 95 Nightingale St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a physicist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Hostelling Honors M2, M3; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize Gl, E2; Frenc h Club 2; Laboratory Assistant 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band. JOSEPH E. FITZGERALD " Joe " 139 Washington St., Hyde Park School: Rockland, Mass. Ju- nior High Ambition: To be success College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming, fishing Track 3. ROBERT J. FLAHERTY " Bob " 38 Vassar St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a chemist College: Harvard Hobbies: Singing in a trio Honor Roll 2; National Honor Society; Health Room Corps; HARVEY L. FLEITMAN " Harv " 219 Chambers St., Boston School: William B. Blackstone Ambition: Military career Hobbies: Weight-lifting, wrest- ling, football ROBERT H. FLETCHER " Bob " 19 Clare Ave., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a physiother- apist College: Mass. School of Phys- iotherapy Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, ■wrestling, playing trumpet Honors SI; Fidelity Prize 3; 1st Lieu tenant 4. CHARLES ). FOLEY " Charlie " 9 Milton St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an engineer College: Boston College Hc.bbies: Cards, baseball LAWRENCE K. FOTI " Larry " 58 Highland St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition; To be a teacher College: Teachers ' College Hobbies: Sports, chess, card playing Honors E3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize II, 12, F3; Patrol 4. ARTHUR J. FOUNDAS 191 Lake St., Brighton " Art " School: Thomas Edison Ambition: To be an athletic coach College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol Captain 4; Room Councillor 4; Student Coun- cil 4; Individual Prize Drill 2; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2. ELLIOTT FREEDMAN " Ducky " 68 Green-wood St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a millionaire Hobbies: Sports French Club 2; Patrol 4; Band 2; Track 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL I. FUCILLO " Mickey " 31 Mall St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be a football coach College: Connecticut Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports Band 1, 2; Picture Committee 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. PAUL B. GAFFNEY " Gus " 139 Washington St., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a civil engin- eer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Drum and Bugle 1; Track 2, 3. THOMAS F. GAINES " Tom " 8 Durham St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a clergyman College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music, sci- ence, dancing Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Basket- ball Assistant Manager 2. DANIEL J. GALLAGHER " Dan " 24 Bowditch Rd., Jamaica Plain School: Mary Curley Ambition: To go into some medical field College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, music Discussion Club 4; French Club 4; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Football 4; Track 2, 3, 4. GEORGE F. GALLUCCI 105 Walwrorth St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving A...bition: To graduate from college College: Boston College Hobl-Mes: Basketball, baseball BaseDall 2, 3. WILLIAM GARBER " Bill " 9 Helen St., Dorchester School; Oliver W. Holmes Ambition; To be a success College; University of Mass. Hobbies; Sports Patrol 2; Band 2. ANDREW N. GENES " Nick " 33 Evergreen St., Jamaica Plain School; Mary E. Curley Ambition; To be a geologist College; Boston University Hobbies; Horseback riding, music French Club, President 4; Or- chestra 2, 3, 4; Captain; Track 2. PAUL I. GEORGE " P. G. " 7 Kenberma Rd., Dorchester Ambition; To be an F. B. I. man College; Boston University Hobbies; Athletics ROBERT L. GILLEN 45 Soley St., Charlestown HARRY I. GINSBERG " lay " 551 Norfolk St,, Mattapan School; Solomon Lewenberg Ambition; To make a pile of money College; University of Mass. Hobbies; Sports Chess Club 4; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2; Individual Prize Drill 2, 3. GEORGE W. GLATIS 111 Gladstone St., East Boston School; John Cheverus Ambition; To be an aeronaut- ical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies; Skiing, building air- plane models Discussion Club; Patrol 4; 1st Lieutenant. WILLIAM G. GLAZER " Bill " 43 West Cottage St., Dorchester School; Patrick T. Campbell Ambition; To play professional baseball College; Boston University HAROLD GLEAVES " Harry " 37 Walnut Ave., Roxbury School; Prince Ambition; To be a songwriter Hobbies; Dancing Dium and Fife 4. JOHN S. GOLDEN " Jake " 3 Leahaven Rd., Mattapan School; William Howard Taft Ambition; To be a dentist College; Boston University Hobbies; Music, photography Honor Roll 2; Camera Club 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Lieutenant. HERBERT GOLDSTEIN " Herby " 39 Fabyan St., Dorchester School; Solomon Lewenberg Ambition; To be a chemist College; Mass School of Phar- macy Hobbies; Baseball French Club 2, 3; Office Aide 3; Track 4. EARL S. GOODMAN " Steve " 49 Cheney St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Airplane and boat designing Honor Guard 2, 3; Captain; Track 3, 4. WALTER B, GRANT " Waller " 111 Dalessio Ct., South Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be President Hobbies: Sports EDWARD M. GRIFHN 48 Clement Ave., West Roxbury Room Athletic Councillor, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3. FRANCIS G. GRIFHN " Griff " 75 Shepton St., Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Ambition: To be a success in life College: Northeastern Hobbies: Watching the Red Sox play Track 2, 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS M. GROSSMAN " Frank " 274 Walnut Ave., Roxburv Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Stamps, swimming, baseball Stamp Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4; Captain; Base- ball 3; Track 3. MELVIN P. GROSSMAN " Mel " 274 Walnut Ave., Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Stamps, swimming, basketball Lawrence Prize 3; Stamp Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4; Captain; Baseball 3; Track 3. RONALD H. GUARINO " Ronnie " 32 Grove St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a sports an- nouncer Hobbies: Baseball Patrol 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4. JAMES S. HADLEY " Jimmy " 107 Munroe St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an undertaker College: Boston University Hobbies: Collecting books WILLIAM R. HANRAHAN " Bill " 927 Fourth St., South Boston School: T. N. Hart Ambition: To be a school tea- cher College: Boston College Honors HI; H2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize H2; Fidel- ity Prize 1, 2; Patrol Captain 3, 4. GIRARD M. HEALY " Mike " 715 Bennington St., East Boston Ambition: To be a successful businessman JOHN W. HEANUE " Henny " 574 Ashmont St., Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s Ambition: To be in roller der- by Hobbies: Roller skating, swim- ming JOSEPH W. HECHLER " Hesh " 148 Callendar St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be successful in business College: Boston University Hobbies: Gymnastics, basket- ball, archery ROBERT B. HESSION " Mike " 31 Longfellow St., Dorchester Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Hunting, fishing WILLIAM A. HINES " Bill " 35 East St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a travelling salesman Hobbies: Sports, music RICHARD HOLZMAN " Ricky " 124 Rosalie Rd., Newton Centre School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To own a yacht College: Renssalaer Polytech- nic Institute Hobbies: Sports, photography, fishing Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Discuss- ion Club 4; Track 2, 3. I jMl CHARLES E. HOTTON " Chuck " 89 Waldeck St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Career in Navy College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, coin collecting. Captain; Golf 2, 3, 4. GEORGE E. HOTTON " Gig " 89 Waldeck St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an insurance broker College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Stamp collecting, reading Honor Roll 1, 3; Class Presi- dent; Captain; Cheer Lead- er; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter in Cross Country; Golf 2, 3, 4. ALAN T. HOWE 3 Otisfield St., Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Hunting, shooting, opera, records Honors LI, Ml; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize LI; French Club. Camera Club, Discussion Club; Patrol 1, 3; Room Councillor 1, 3; Sec- retary of Student Council 3; Vice President 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ARNOLD T. HOWE " Arnie " 3 Otisfield St., Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Classical music, hunting, swimming, photo- graphy Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize E7; French Club 4; Camera Club 2, 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Cross Coun- try 4; Chairman of Alumni Committee; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2. THEODORE HOLMES HOWE " Ted " 3 Otisfield St., Roxbury Ambition: To be a civilian College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Sports, T. V. Honor Roll 1; Patrol 1; Room Councillor 2, 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 1, 3; Alum- ni Committee; Student Coun- cil, President; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. THEOTIS HUMPHREY " Ted " 103 Sterling St., Roxbury School: Chiefland High, Fla. Ambition: To be a teacher of commercial subjects College: Salem State Teach- ers ' College Hobbies: Dancing, TV, Stamp collecting, sports Honors Ql; Honor Roll 3; Law- rence Prize 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 3. PHILIP A. IMPERATO " Phil " 3 Emmons St., East Boston Ambition: To be a musician Hobbies: Dancing, all sports Band 2; Orchestra 2; Drum and Bugle 1; Baseball 1. ROBERT ISENSTEIN " Bob " 714 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a biologist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Modeling Discussion Club. ROBERT J. JACOBS " Bob " 23 Egremont Rd., Brighton School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a buyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3; Head Cheer- leader 4; Class Officer 4; Captain; Baseball 3, 4; Bas- ketball Manager 3; Hockey Manager 2; Track 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS I. lANDRUE " Frank " 42 Stellman Rd., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a sound eng- ineer College: Mass. Radio School of Electronics Hobbies: Autograph collect- ing Honors Fl. ROBERT F. JENKINSON " Bob " 14 Fox Point Road, Dorchester School; St. William ' s Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Tennis, sailing Orchestra 1; Switchboard 3, 4; Library Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN G. JOHNS " Big Frank " 50 Bellamy St., Brighton School: Our Lady of the Pres- entation Ambition: To be a doctor College: Johns Hopkins Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, stamp and coin collecting Patrol Captain 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Golf 2. ROBERT S. JOHNSTON " Bob " 53 Chambers St., Boston School: Rutland, Vt. High Ambition: To be an editor College: Boston University Hobbies: Writing, making rec- ords. KENNETH A. JOLLIMORE " Ken " 86 Templeton St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a success Hobbes: Music, skating, square dancing, cars Band 2, 3, 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band 2, 3, 4. PHILIP JUNG " Phil " 103 Hudson St., Boston School: Francis Porkman Ambition: To be a success College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports, photography Honors Ml, M3; Honor Roll 1, 2; French Club 3; Chess Club 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Library Corps 1, 2. JOSEPH F. KAMP " Joe " 9 Gilmore Terrace, West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors Ml; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2. JOHN L. KANE " Specs " 23 Galena St., Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Bowling Hockey 3, 4. VICTOR A. KARAM " Vic " 5003 Washington St., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Bowling, dancing, all seasonal sports Honors Fl; Camera Club 4; Patrol Captain 4; Captain; Football 3, 4. DONALD G. KARP ' Donnie " 64 Queensbury St., Boston School: Patrick T. Campbell College: Boston University Patrol 4; Military Comm. 3; Track 2, 3. LEONARD B. KATLER " Lenny " 9 Helen St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a success College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, music Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2; Track 2. R PETER F. KEAN " Pete " 34 Sparhawk St., Brighton School: St. Sebastian Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3; Library Corps 3. JOHN N. KEFEYAN " Yo-yo " 73 Romsey St., Dorchester School: William E. Russel Ambition: To be an engineer Tollege: M, I. T. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Office Aide 4. GEORGE T. KELLEY " Kell " 369 Beacon St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a successlnl accountant Hobbies: Baseball Discussion Club; Patrol 1. JOHN B. KELLEY " Jack " School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Harvard Hobbies: Hockey, Golf French Club; Hockey 4. JOSEPH M. KELLEY " Joe " 20 Brimmer St., Boston School: Cohasset Ambition: To be a business administrator College; Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports 1st Lieutenant. DANIEL G. KENDRICK " Dan " 637 Dudley St,, Dorchester School; Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To study medicine College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, dancing Glee Club; Room Councillor 3; Football 1, 2, 3. JAMES L. KIDD " Capt. " 27 Monument Sq., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a minister College: Tufts Hobbies: Piano Music Appreciation Club; French Club; Tennis Team 2, Captain 3. THOMAS ). KILROY, Jr. " Kilroy " 146 Massachusetts Ave., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a photograph- er Hobbies: Photography, bowl- ing, track Discussion Club. NORRIS B. KING 44 Munroe St., Roxbury Ambition: To be a doctor of medicine i o ' lege: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, collecting records Boston Public Schools Sym- phony Orchestra 2, 3; Orches- tra 4. DONALD J. KOHLER " Coke " 34 Mozart St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an engineer Captain; Track 2, 3, 4. EDWARD B. KOLIFRATH " Eddy " 21 Parker St., Charlestown School: St. Benedict ' s Ambition: To travel Hobbies: Sports Honors E6, K4; Office Aide 1, 2; Switchboard 1, 2; Room. Councillor 2. STANLEY E. KURMAN " Stan " 116 Selden St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a commercial artist Hobbies: Art, athletics Honors Dl; 1st Lieutenant. ROBERT P. KYLE " Bob " 50 Harvard St., Charlestown School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be an electrical engineer Military Comm. 4; Track 3. EDMUND S. LaMARRE " Simon " 20 Richfield St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be an engineer Hobbies: Sailing, model rail- road building Alumni Committee 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Library Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross country 3. 4. GEORGE LAPIDES " Lappy " 26 Hildreth St., Dorchester School. Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, sports Honors SI; Discussion Club 4; French Club 3; Patrol 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2. WALBERT J. LaPLANTE " Bud " 6 Alexander St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an accountant College: Northeastern Honors H5, B2; 2nd Lieutenant. FLOYD K. LEE 104 Tyler St., Boston School: Public Latin College: Rensselaer Polytech- nic Institute Hobbies: Tropical fishes Honor Roll 2; Captain; Bas- ketball 3, 4; Track 2. PAUL F. LEONARD " Pab " 44 Mora St., Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, stamp collect- ing RAYMOND J. LETOURNEAU " Ray " 34 Sheridan St., Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Harvard Hobbies: Baseball, basketball Honors HI, SI; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 1. NORMAN L. LEVENBAUM " Dennis " 32 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a millionaire College: University of Mass. Honor Roll 1; Discussion Club; Patrol 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant. LEO LEW 48 Warren St., Roxbury Hobbies: Collecting records Discussion Club. LAWRENCE J. LIEBMAN " Larry " 6 Lane Park, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a chemist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography Camera Club 3, 4; Patrol 4. JOHN E. LINO " Champ " 250 Princeton St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern CLAUDE A. LOPEZ " Pich " 388 Commercial St., Boston School: Michaelangelo Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography Captain. JOSEPH LoPICCOLO " Joe " 113 Chambers St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To see the world College: Cornell Hobbies: Outdoor camping, deep sea fishing Room Athletic Councillor 3; Lieutenant. ROBERT B. LORING " Bob " 242 Lexington St., East Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be happy College: Mass. Maritime Aca- demy Hobbies: Boxing, weight-lift- ing Patrol 2; Captain; Library Corps 1. MARVIN LOURIE " Marv " 37 Wildwcod St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: New England College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Trombone, sports Patrol 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orches- tra 4; 2nd Lieutenant. JOSEPH M. LYDON " Lefty " 29 Bromley St., Jamaica Plain School: Cheverus Ambition: To see the world College: Northeastern Hobbies: Golf, bowling Baseball 2. CHARLES O. LYNCH " Major " 91 Rosseter St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music Patrol 4; Band 3; Track 3, 4. PAUL F. LYNCH " Lefty " 85 Durnell Ave., Roslindale School: Washington Irving College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Fishing, hunting Honors Gl, SI. JEROME J. McANDREW " Jerry " 112 Landseer St., West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: To be an accountant Hobbies: Hunting, boating WALTER F. McDERMOTT " Walla " 239 Bowdoin St., Dorchester School: William B. Rogers Ambition: To become a suc- cessful businessman Hobbies: Football, reading JOHN L McDONOUGH " Mac " I5V2 Mt. Vernon St., Dorchester School: St. Margaret ' s Ambition: To be a multi-mil- lionaire College: Colorado University Hobbies: Sports JOHN A. McGRANAHAN " Jack " 150 Arlington St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison BEDFORD L. McINTYRE " Mac " 65 Terrace St., Roxbury School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: To become a sales- man Hobbies: Bowling, basketball Basketball 2, 3. NEIL L. MacKINNON " Mac " 13 Hamilton St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a physicist College: Boston College Hobbies. Collecting coins, playing cards Honors Ml; Honor Roll 1; Track 3, 4. JAMES D. McLACHLAN " Mao " 9 Houghton St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To join the Air Force Hobbies: Bowling DONALD A. MacMILLAN " Don " 10 DeWoIf St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To become on ac- countant College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps, sports Honors Ml, Bl, SI, HI; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize Bl, B2, B3, K3; Fidelity Prize 3; Bookkeeper of School Caf- eteria 1, 2, 3, 4; Member of National Honor Society 4. JACK D. MAFFEI " Jackie " 34 North Bennett St., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a business- man College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Dopular songs Lieutenant; Baseball 3, 4; Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4. DONALD J. MAHONEY 32 Fairfield St., Boston EDWARD j. MALTZ " Eddie " 34 Hazelmere Rd., Roslindale School: Public Latin Ambition: Business College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Photography Patrol 3, Lieutenant 3, 4. GEORGE L. MANOLES " Manny " 1420 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a business- man Hobbies: Hunting, bowling Patrol 3; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 4; 2nd Lieutenant; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 4. FREDERICK MARASCA 35 Robinson St., Dorchester ARNOLD L MARDER " Arnie " 36 Jones Ave., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Stamps, coins Honor Roll 3; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4. PASQUALE A. MARINO " Pat " 16 Eunice St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Music, chemistry Patrol 2; Room Councillor 3, 4; Captain. RICHARD H. MARZYNSKI " Dick " 35 Greycliff Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be an industrial manager College: Harvard Hobbies: Piano, sports Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize 3; School Forum 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. PHILIP J. MICCICHE " Mitch " 229 Chelsea St., East Boston School: James Otis Ambition: To be a naval of- ficer College: Annapolis Honors LI, S2, M2; Lawrence Prize S2; Office Aide 4; Switchboard 4; Captain. CHARLES F. MITCHELL " Chuck " 89 Rockview St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Sketching, swimming Band 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Fid- elity Prize 2. ROBERT T. MITCHEM " Tee " 34 Wenonah St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: Business Hobbies: Sports irack 2, 4. NORMAN B. MORSE " Norm " 116 Olney St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, bowling, music French Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 1; Baseball 4; Track 4. FRANK A. MOSCUZZA 69 Summer St., Hyde Park School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a certified public accountant Lawrence Prize Fl; Patrol 4. BERTRAM MOSCOWITZ ' Bert " 37 Duke St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an artist Hobbies: Drawing Patrol 4. CHARLES MOULTON " Chuck " 366 Dudley St., Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, sports Patrol 2, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 1, 2, 3. ALFRED A. MUCCI " Mucho " 159 Cottage St., East Boston School: Our Lady of Mt. Car- mel Ambition: To be a contractor at 35— to retire at 50 College: Northeastern Honors S2, Ml; Room Ath- letic Councillor 2; Baseball 1, 2; Football 2; Hockey 1; Track 2, 3. JOHN R. MULFORD " Jack " 620 Dudley St., Dorchester Ambition: To be President Hobbies: Books, sports Honor Roll 2; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3. JOHN D. MULHANE " Jack " 29 Montebello Rd., Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas ' Ambition: To be a cartoonist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Football 4. JOHN G. MURPHY " Murph " 67 Avalon Rd., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Honors L2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; French Club 2; Room Councillor 3; Cap- tain; Track 2; Individual Prize, Prize Drill 2, 3. THOMAS J. MYRON " Tom " 27 McDonough Way, South Boston School: St. Augustine ' s Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hockey 4; Track 3, 4. ROBERT D. NICHOLS " Bob " 11 Follen St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Boston Teachers ' Col- lege Hobbies: Sports Patrol 1; Room Councillor 2, 3. THEODORE T. NICHOLS " Ted " 7 Parkman St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a successful businessman Col lege: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports DONALD C. NICHOLSON " Nick " 18 Sayward St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a success College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Patrol 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 4; Executive Committee 3; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. JOHN P. NOLAN " Barney " 119 Minot St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a successful salesman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports ROBERT P. NOONAN " Bob " 121 Durnell Ave., Roslindale Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Automobiles, boat- ing Alumni Committee 4; Color Guard 3. CHARLES R. O ' BRIEN O ' Bie " 11 Allenwood St., West Roxbury Ambition: To be a coach College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, hitch-hiking Patrol 2, 3; Prom Committee; Baseball 4; Football 2, 3, 4. GEORGE D. O ' BRIEN " O ' Bie " 125 Park St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4. JAMES P. O ' BRIEN " Obie " 820 Saratoga St., East Boston School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, Hockey JOHN F. O ' DONNELL 37 Burgess St., Roxbury GERALD F. O ' LEARY " Jerry " 577 East 8th St., South Boston School: Hart College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Swimming, bowling French Club; Discussion Club 2; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Boston Post All Scholastic; On all , " A11 Boston " football teams; State track champ in the 440 and 300 yd. runs; Class Of- ficer 4; Football 3; Track 4. MALCOLM B. OLIVER " Brucie " 379 Main St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Hockey ROBERT E. O ' LOUGHLIN " Emmett " 332 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester School: St. William ' s Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston University Hobbies: Hockey, football Honor Roll 2; Captain. RICHARD R. PALLADINO " Richie " 272 Sumner St., East Boston School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a bookkeeper College: Bentley ' s Patrol 4. VINCENT D. PARENTI " Sonny " 121 Havre St., East Boston Ambition: To own a record shop Hobbies: Collecting phono- graph records Lawrence Prize Bl. JOSEPH A. PASCALS " Joe " 10 Ridgewood St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a military of- ficer College: Coast Guard Aca- demy Hobbies: Stamps, weapons, coins, fencing Honors Kl; Honor Roll 3; Law- rence Prize Kl, 3; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 4. JAMES PERIKLI " Perry " 160 Hillside St., Roxbury School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a sports writ- er College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, bowling, singing Clee Club 2; 1st Lieutenant; Baseball Manager 2. GEORGE A. PETEROS " Pete " 408 Centre St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Vice President French Club. LAWRENCE B. PIERCE " Larry Boo " 979a Tremont St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition; To be an accountant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Music, sports Honors B2, B3, K3, Ml; Honor Roll 3; Patrol 1; Office Aide 3; Band 4; Orchestra 1; 1st Lieutenant; Track manager 3; Member of National Hon- or Society. SHELDON E. PORTNOY 5 Ballou Ave., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: New England Col- lege of Pharmacy CHARLES J. PUOPOLO " Chuck " 182 H St., South Boston School: T. N. Hart Ambition: To be a priest College: St. Clement ' s Jr. Sem- inary Hobbies: Photography VICTOR A. PURVIS " Vic " 319 Centre St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To own a restaurant College: Rhode Island State Hobbies: Photography, bowl- ing French Club 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Football 3, 4; Track 2; Golf 3, 4. HUGH R. QUILTY " Quilt " 190 Bowdoin St., Dorchester School: Mather College: Boston University JOSEPH T. QUIRK " Joe " 57 Logan Way, South Boston Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 4; Patrol 4; Captain. CHARLES M. REINE " Charlie " 26 Lorne St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Skiing, fishing, sports Honor Roll 2. VICTOR J. RENAGHAN " Vic " 26 Peverell St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a dairy in- spector College: Mass. State Hobbies: Fishing, cam.ping, photography Patrol 2; Football 4; Hockey 1. DANTE A. RICCIO " Dundee " 74 Allen St., Boston Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: Photography Patrol 2, 4; Captain. WARREN H. RINGER " Ringer " 30 Reedsdale St., Allston School: Andrew Jackson Ambition: To be a meteorolo- gist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Coun- cillor 3; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Golf 2. WILLIAM I. RONAN ' ■Willie " 5 Marshfield St., Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To be a business- man College: Burdett ' s Hobbies: Sports, dancing, re- pairing defective cars Honors Bl, Kl, Dl; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 2; 1st Lieutenant; Track 1, 2, 3. ARNOLD M. ROSENBERG " Arnie " 48 Hillsboro Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a psychiatrist College: Tufts Hobbies: Ping pong, fishing Honor Roll 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3; French Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant; Library Corps 2, 3, 4. COSTA G. ROUMELIOTIS 312 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Hobbies: Basketball Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD E. RUTFIELD " Dick " 23 Pasadena Rd., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a wealthy philanthropist College: Tufts Hobbies: Photography, tropic- al fish, music, sports Honors Ml, L2, Fl; Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Stamp Club 4; Cam- era Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4. PAUL C. RYAN 34 Mt. Ida Rd., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To play left field for the " Baltimore Crackers " College: Boston College Hobbies: Baseball, basketball Honors Fl, M2, M3, E3; Hon- or Roll 2, 3, 4; Lavi rence Prize E3; Patrol 4; Baseball 3, 4; Good Government Day Senator 3; Rotary Club School Representative 4; Un- dergraduate Scholarship A- " ward 3. LEONARD M. SACHS ' Satchmo " 337 Charles St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Debating, dramatics, sports, music Patrol 2; Drum and Bugle 4; 2nd Lieutenant. JOEL SATTER " loey " rS Crowefl St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To play pro base- ball College; Brandeis University Hobbies: Sports Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3. DAVID SAULT " Dave " 1683 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton School: Lewis Ambition: To be a television expert College: Boston University Patrol 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant; Football Manager 3; Track 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL C. SERBAGI " Russ " 52 Brainerd Rd., Allston School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a physicist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Golf, clarinet, swim- ming Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; 2nd Lieutenant; Public School Symphony Orchestra 4. ROBERT D. SHEEHAN " Mumbles " 116 Beaumont St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be President College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2, 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Foot- ball 3, 4; Track 2; Tennis 4; Golf 4. HARRY M. SHUMAN 139 Intervale St., Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell College: Boston University Hobbies: Trumpet playing French Club 2; Band 3; Or- chestra 2; Baseball 1. JAMES B. SIFNAS " Handsome Jim " 21 Boulevard Terr., Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a restaurant owner and model citizen College: Boston University Music Appreciation Club 4; French Club 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4. ALAN D. SMITH " Smitty " 29 Pratt St., AUston School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Stamp collecting, sports Honors H2, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize H2; Fidel- ity Prize 2; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 4; KENNETH E. SMITH " Smitty " 507 Orleans St., East Boston School: St. Mary ' s Hobbies: Philately, photo- graphy Honor Roll ,1 2, 3; Lawrence Prize F2; Fidelity Prize 3; Stamp Club 4; Captain. HENRY I. SNIDER " Duke " 27 Wilmore St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a musician and electrical engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Music Honors Ml, C2, P3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Co-Manager of Lunch Ticket Sellers. BARRY F. STICKLER 7 Bicknell St., Dorchester STEPHEN D. STOLLER " Steve " 7 Colbert St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be as brainy as I am brawny College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports French Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Baseball 2. HERBERT STONE " Herb " 34 Crawford St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an important philanthropist College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Stamp collecting. sports French Club 4; Stamp Club 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH G. SULLIVAN " Sull " 45 Milwood St., Dorchester chool: Public Latin Discussion Club 4; 1st Lieu- tenant. RICHARD D. SULLIVAN " Sully " 21 Lyon St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: Salesmanship, ad- vertising Hobbies: Skiing, horseback riding Class Song 4. WILLIAM V. SWEENEY " Bill " 75 Wordsworth St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To go to " King ' s Point " Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 4; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Room Ath- letic Councillor 4. JOHN M. TALKOWSKL Jr. " Ty " 23 Kimball St., Dorchester School: Lyceum Hall Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Fishing, puzzles. Office Aide 3, 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 2, 3; 2nd Lieutenant. FRANCIS H. TAYLOR, Jr. " Doc " 509 Park Drive, Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a coach College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, travelling, collecting Patrol 2; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. FRAZIER S. TAYLOR " Tiny " 924 Tremont St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a profession- al athlete College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Athletics, photogra- phy, collecting phonograph records Room Councillor 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 4; Picture Committee 4; Stu- dent Council 3; All Star Football Team 4. WILLIAM THEMISTOCLES " Bill " 206 W. Broadwray, South Boston School: Bigelow Ambition: To be a math teach- er College: Harvard Hobbies: Studying, photo- nraphy Honor Roll 2, 3; Patrol 4; Of- fice Aide 4; Captain. PAUL F. TIBBETTS " Tib " 17 Temple St., Mattapan School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, model mak- ing French Club 4. JASON TIMMERMAN " Jay " 5 Greendale Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a chemist College: University of Miami Hobbies: Bowling, dancing Patrol 2. RAYMOND F. TREMLETT " Cupcake " 48 Claybourne St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, bowling EVERETT J. VAUGHN " Red " 4012 Washington St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a civil en- gineer College: Northeastern Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3. FRANK J. VITA " Red " 57 Polk St., Charlestown School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Swimming Switchboard 4. ARTHUR R. WAGMAN " Art " 310 Fuller St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Photography, golf, swimming Home Room Spelling Champ- ion 1; Glee Club 1; Discuss- ion Club 2; Camera Club 2. EDWARD B. WEINER " Ed " 30 Browning Ave., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a radio en- gineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps, photo- graphy Yearbook Staff 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Discussion Club 4; Music Appreciation Club 3, 4; Stamp Club 4; Track 1. LINDSLEY A. WELLMAN " Lins " 149 Park Drive, Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a business executive College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp collecting, photography WILLIAM B. WHARTON " Wee Willy " 285 Walnut Ave., Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a naval ar- chitect College: Tufts Hobbies: Sailing, music, Sun- day school teaching Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3, Discussion Club 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Captain; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4. GEORGE A. WILLIAMS " Pudge " 37 Pratt St., AUston School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be an astron- omer Hobbies: Stamp collecting, as- tronomy Stamp Club 4. B. EDWARD WILSON, Jr. Lippy " 912 Beacon St., Boston School: Prince College: Northeastern Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 2, Patrol 2, 3, 4; Captain EDWARD A. WINICK Winkle " 23 Wilmore St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Miami University Hobbies: Sports, movies Baseball 3 RALPH R. WIRANIS " Dick " 9 Manor St , Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a success College: M. I. T. Hobbies Music, automobiles, dancing Band 3; Orchestra 1; Track 2, 3, 4. F- ANKLIN WISE ' Slivers " 19 Claymoss Rd., Brighton School: William Howard Taft RICHARD C. WOLFF " Dick " 1 Merrill St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston University Hobbies: Cameras, stamps Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize E6, Yearbook Staff 4; Rec- ord Staff 5; Discussion Club 4, Glee Club Secretary 3, 4 Camera Club Treasurer 4, Captain, Track 3; Cheer- leader, Captain of the Hon- or Guard; Prom Committee; Individual Prize Winner in drill. HOWARD WONG 7 Kirkland St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Dentistry Hobbies: Fishing, photography- stamp collecting, creative arts. PERRY V. Z. WONG 195 St. Bololph St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a success College: Burdett Hobbies: Keeping up with cur- ren; events Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 1; Room Council- lor 1; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 1; Library Corps 1. THOMAS K. WONG " Tommy " 65a Beach St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a chemist College: Northeastern Honor Roll 1. TOON W. WONG " Tuna " 34 Hudson St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Drum and Bugle 1. ALLAN M. YOUNG " A! " 12 Westminster St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a certified public accountant Hobbies: Music ANTHONY J. ZAKREWSKI " Zookie " 42 Spring St., Boston School: William Blackstone Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize PI; Patrol 4; Basketball 3, 4. RICHARD L DEVLIN " Dick " 31 Pond View Ave., Jamaica Plain School: B. C. High College: Boston College French Club 4; Track 4. AND MARTIN J. E. BEATTY " Sonny " 35 Rosemary St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an executive Hobbies: Dancing, sports NICHOLAS BEULIS 26 Milford St., Boston School: Brandeis Ambition: To work College: Boston University Hobbies: YMCA activities ROBERT I. BESHERE ' Bob ' 30 Oak St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a ball player Hobbies: Baseball 1st Lieutenant RICHARD D. BISTANY " Sharky " 29 Worcester Sq., Boston School: Rice Patrol 3, 4. JAMES I. BURNS " Jim " 12 Inwood St., Dorchester School: Saint Peter ' s Ambition: To be a success FRANK C. CAMPAGNA 219 Chambers St., Boston School: Saint Joseph ' s Hobbies: Photography WILLIAM J. CANTERBURY " Billy " iO Dartmouth Place, Boston School: Cathedral Ambition: Civil Service Hobbies: Movies Patrol 1; Drum and Fife 1. WILLIE CHEATHAM " Will " 1045 Tremont St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Airplane modeling JOHN W. COLLICK " Dumbo " 154 Heath St., Jamaica Plain School: James Island, S. C. Am.bition: To be a polce of- ficer Hobbies: Baseball, Track Track 4. PAUL W. D ' AMICO 49 Ellison Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition To be a big contrac- tor Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing Football 2; Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES H. DENSEN " Chuck " 12 Clarkv ood St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Am.bition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Stamps Patrol 1; Office Aide 1; 1st Lieutenant PAUL F. DOOLEY " Rabbit " 11 Wainwright St., Dorchester Ambition: To be a business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, swimming FRANCIS P. DUFFY " Duff " 140 Moreland St., Roxbury School: Saint Patrick ' s Ambition: To get rich quick Hobbies: Football, baseball ROBERT A. EDLUND " Bob " 8 Merlin St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Piano, stamp collect- ing, pen sketching Honors G, G2, M3, C2, P3; Lawrence Prize M3, F4; French Club ISAIAH R. ENGERMANN " Rickie " 638 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be dentist Hobbies: Table tennis Track 2. GUY F. FALCONE " Sparky " 30 Staniford St., Boston School: Saint Joseph ' s Ambition: To be a. success in life Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Room Councillor 1; Baseball 2; Football 1. STUART W. FEARER " Stu " 98 Floyd St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a chemist College: New Hampshire State Hobbies: Model planes, lucite working Honor Roll 2; Chess CluP 4. JOHN HELDS 326 Dartmouth St., Boston School: Janesville H. S., Janes- ville. Wise. Ambition: To be a lawyer Hobbies: Golf IGNATIUS C. FIORENZA " Iggy " 12 Rose St., Boston School: Cathedral Ambition: To be a clerk Hobbies: Baseball, football PAUL L. FORD 4 Bayard St., Allston School: Saint Anthony ' s Ambition: To be in the Mar- ines College: Massachusetts StOie Football 4. RICHARD FRANCIS " Dickie " 39 Hammond St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a man of honor and achievement Hobbies: Sports 1st Lieutenant; Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4, Cross Country 3, 4. ANTHONY F. GAMBINO 59 Chickatawbut St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson HAROLD M. GERSTEIN " Sonny " 65 Stanwood St., Roxbury School: Patrick T. Cambell Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Burdett Hobbies: Sports Camera Club 2, 3; Patrol 4. FRANCIS R. GOLDING 33 Hendry St., Dorchester Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hockey 1. STANLEY L. GRIER " Sonny " 104 Ormond St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a millionare College: U. C. L. A. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2; Track 1, 2. VERNON B. JONES " Vern " 141 Winthrop St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Stamps, basketball JOHN E. KANE " Killer " 111 West Brookline St., Boston School: Rice Cafeteria Accountant. JOHN E. KEARNEY " Jack " 706 Adams St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a bookkeeper Hobbies: Skating, bowling Honor Roll 1; Stamp Club. WILLIAM T. KILEY " Bill " 597 Dudley St , Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors B2; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2. CARL A. KLUMPP " Elmer " 841 East Fifth St., So. Boston School: Nazareth Ambition: To make money College: Yale Hobbies: Sports Patrol 1; Baseball 2; Basket- ball 2, 3, 4. KARNIG KURJIAN " Karney " 30 Alexander St., Dorchester School: Patrick Campbell Ambition: To be a photo en- graver Hobbies: Sports Honors 1, E6, H2, SI, B2. RAYMOND L. LANDERS " Ray " 253 East Ninth St., So. Boston School: Thomas N. Hart Ambition: To become presi- dent of a large business Hobbies: Dancing Basketball 1. RALPH R. LEWIS " Rey " 45 Munroe St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be successful College: Bates Hobbies: Swimming, tennis, stamp collecting Honor Roll 2; Band 2. FRANCIS X. McCANN " Mac " 26 Gavin Way, So. Boston School: William Russell Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, bowling Room Councillor 3; Baseoall 4. JAMES D. McCarthy " Mac " 15 Allen St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambiiion To be a civil engine- er College: Tufts JOHN G. McCarthy " Jack " 412 Baker St., West Roxbury School: S. W. Ripley Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Piano Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize 2; Glee Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Captain. DAVID L. MacDONALD " Mac " 107 Lamartine St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Football 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. McDONOUGH " Mac " 17 Bruce St., Dorchester School: Saint Mark ' s Hobbies: Photography MICHAEL R. MAHER " Mike " 93 Falcon St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Stamps THOMAS E. MARSHALL " Marsh " 26 Creston St., Roxbury Ambition: To be professional pugilist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Boxing FRANCIS X. MOORE " Frank " 140 W. 6th St., So. Boston School: Bigelow Ambition: To be a golf pno- fessional College: U. C. L. A. Hobbies: Golf Basketball 3, 4. MAURICE K. MORIN " Mo " 481 Beacon St., Boston School: Mt. St. Charles College: Boston College PAUL K. MURPHY " Murph " 663 Washington St., Brighton School: Presentation Ambition: To be a civil en- gineeer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Golf RICHARD L. MURPHY " Murf " 10 Hartland St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell WILLIAM E. MURPHY 3 Vine Ave., Roxbury School: Lewis Military Comm. 4; Track 2. ROBERT E. MYETT " Bob " 143 Trenton St., E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a priest College: Providence Hobbies: Bowling, swimming, fishing LEONARD NEIDLEMAN 165 Columbia Rd., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a success College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Photography, record- ing Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Major 4. ROBERT A. OLINER " Bob " 137 Englewood Ave., Brighton School: Edison Am.bition: Professional base- ball Hobbies: Music, sports Baseball 3; Basketball 4. RICHARD D. PACinCO " Dick " 859 Saratoga St., E. Boston School: John Chererus Ambition: To be a musician College: Boston University Hobbies: Music Honor Roll 1, 2; Glee Club; Band 4; Orchestra 1. HERBERT H. PANOS " Herb " 629 Tremont St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be an engineer College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Music Patrol 2; Band 3. WILLIAM M. PANZINI " Willy " 278 Summer St., E. Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To have my own business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Auto-repairing EDWARD L. POZNYSZ " Ed " 14 Trescott St., Dorchester School: W. E. Russell Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy ALBERT L. PRINCIPE " P. A. " 47 Saratoga St., E. Boston School: J. H. Barnes Ambition: To become a first class photographer College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Photography, draw- ing Patrol 3. JACK H. RESNICK " Res " 217 Chambers St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To have a success- full career College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports Honors Fl, F2, SI; Debating 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 1. FRANCIS J. RICHARDS " Frank " 68 Grampian Way, Dorchester School: Saint William ' s Ambition: To be a worker College: Springfield Hobbies: Sports Basketball 3, 4. ALPHEUS B. ROXAS " Al " 28 Greenwich Pk., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a commercial artist College: Vesper George School of Art Hobbies: Sketching, carpen- try Drum and Bugle 3; Track 3. AGOSTINO G. RUGGIERO " Auggie " 292 Chelsea St., E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 3; Room Athletic Councillor 4; 1st Lieutenant. JOHN A. SARGENT 192 Thornton St., Roxbury School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: To be a teacher College Boston University Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. ROBERT C. SARGENT " Bob " 597 Tremont St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a millionaire Track 3. ROBERT W. SAUER " Hank " 7 Burr St., Jamacia Plain School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: To be a baseball player Hobbies: Sports French Club; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Bas- ketball 2; Golf 4. DONALD SETTIPANE " Don " 5 Ashland St., Boston Ambition: To be a successful business man HAROLD L. SWARTZ " Hal " 52 Stanwood St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Electronic engineer College: Franklin Tech. H obbies: Singing, acrobatic dancing Band 2, 3; Track 2, 3. ROBERT M. TANZER " Bob " 141 Chiswick Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be druggist College: Massachusetts of Pharmacy Hobbies: Fishing, Dancing, bowling ANTHONY L. TAVELLA " Tony " 227 Chelsea St., E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Hobbies: Bowling, baseball HERBERT M. THOMAS " Herby " 73 Rutland St., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a car dealer Hobbies: Used cars Room Councillor 1; Captain. THOMAS W. TRAVIS " Tom " 69 Phillips St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sailing, hunting, fish- ing WILLIAM P. VESEY " Bill " 36 Capen St., Dorchester School: Saint Matthew ' s Hobbies: Sports MOSES P. WARD " Moe " 9 Nassau St., School: Cathedral High PAUL B. WEBSTER " Red " 25 Greenville St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be a profession- al photographer Hobbies: Photography, wood- working Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN P. WHITE " Jack " 40 Winthrop St., Roxbury School: Cathedral High Ambition: To be a civil en- gineer Hobbies: Photography, books JOHN J. WILD " Jack " 156 Lamartine St., Jamacia Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be an engineer Hobbies: Photography, books Football 3, 4. 6 yjJ 3AV 1951 3 oc iwe ' =» ' l)ouj, Ut.-n Do . " 1 9 6.v. . V " 7j ' - »« ' p ■foo -f aT? Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1951 We, the undersigned, having helped unbalance the minds of our teachers, with scheming brains and witless testimonies, do hereby bequeath all worldly goods, including our self-engraved desks, to the following: To the school we leave our battered lockers, ink-stained books, paper-filled desks, and broken pencils. To the lower classmen we leave our record, which we know they will improve upon. To the incoming frosh and sophomores we leave teachers, teachers, and more teachers. To the lunchroom a year ' s supply of dishwater for the making of their famous soup. To Dr. Downey our deepest gratitude and our complete amazement at how he ever kept this class in order. To Mr. Frazier, the record entitled " Money is the root of all evil " and a year ' s supply of candy bars. To Mr. Ward a class with perfect attendance. To Mr. A. Evans a set of gold filled teeth. To Colonel Driscoll a strong pair of iron lungs. To Mr. Bornstein a million and one books for his classical supply in the bock room. To Mr. Repetto a thoroughbred race horse. To Mr. Phelps a pencil and paper whereby he might write a book on human nature. We also bequeath a shortstop ' s mitt. To Mr. Hughes a book entitled " Stories for the High School Boy " , or " What a Senior will read. " To Mr. Clark a long trip to Paris with a portable darkroom. To Mr. Kopins a clean lunchroom table. To Mr. Ronan a modern farm with a large supply of animals for his handicap races. To Mr. Glavin a diamond studded calculating machine. To Mr. Famellietti arsenic, to rid himself of the famous E. H. S. glee club; and in its place, Lily Pons. To Mr. Quinn many more topics for his Discussion Club. To Mr. C. Murphy a one way ticket to lower Slabovia for the good of the Re- public. To Mr. Heins twenty journalists, and an able financier to collect Yearbook money. To Mr. Brown a correspondence course to learn to be a locksmith. To Mr. Stewart twenty-two two-hundred-twenty pounders and a box of aspir- ins for his fabulous football teams of the coming years. To Mr. Sullivan we leave George Mikan. To Mr. Atwood we leave our theory on perpetual motion in which he may in- vest his millions made as a teacher. To Mr. Simmons a set of golf clubs. To Mr. Falvey and Mr. Kane we just leave. To Mr. C. Keelon we leave a master ' s degree. To Mr. R. Evans we leave a copy of Joe Miller ' s " Joke Book " . In witness thereof: DICK WOLFF and DON NICKERSON Cheer Ceaders English E Cheer Leader Response Give me an E E Give me an N N Give me a G G Give me an L L Give me an I I Give me an S S Give me an H H What do we have? ENGLISH!! Left to right: George Hotton, Richard Wolff, Robert Jacobs, Gene Ellis, and Frank Carriere. FOOTBALL The year 1950 marked the third campaign in which " Bill " Stewart was at the helm of the Blue and Blue football team. Aided by his two able assistants, Mr. Moran and Mr. Ronayne, Mr. Stewart led the boys from Montgomery Street to their first conference championship since 1947. The team showed great promise in its 13-0 victory over Brighton High in the pre-season jamboree. This was followed by a 13-12 win over strong Dor- chester when O ' Leary, all scholastic halfback, scored twice; and Dave Mac- Donald booted the deciding point . . . Groton, private school champs, over- powered us . . . Sparked by " Tiny " Taylor and O ' Leary, Technical was down- ed 18-0. . . . Roxbury Memorial was trounced, 26-6 . . . Commerce was the vic- tim of a 25-12 defeat . . . -and Trade was tripped, 7-6 .. . Then came the first Blue and Blue defeat in conference competition, 20-19, by B. C. High in a game marred by fumbles and offsides . . . E. H. S. then proceeded to turn around and defeat a Hyde Park eleven, 12-0 ... In the Turkey Day final, a spectacular dis- play of scoring prowess by our boys downed rival Latin School, 41-30, in a wide open ball game that broke all scoring records in the annual classic. The main cogs in the squad were Charlie O ' Brien, Art Sullivan, Dick Mar- synski, Paul Ford, Ted Carangelo, Dick Long, Mike Cooper, Dave MacDonald, Jack Wild, Tony Coviello, Jerry Hill, Kelly, and Bob Oliver. We contributed three players to the all-star squad; Capt. Mickey Fucillo, Tiny Taylor, and Jerry O ' Leary. Co-Capts. elected for 1951 are Steve Ruggierio and Steve Mc- Cabe. With a large number of capable letter-men returning, next year ' s team promises to be even stronger than this year ' s eleven. It is up to these return- ing members to fill in the vacated spots left by the seniors, to present English High with another championship football team. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 1st Row: (left to right) Donald Nicholson, Dick Marzynski, Arthur Sullivan, Michael Fucillo, Walter F. Downey, Head Master; Gerald O ' Leary, Steven F.uggierro, Steven McCabe, Richard Long. 2nd Row: (left to right) Thomas Moran, Assisant Coach; David MacDonald, Victor Purvis, Joseph Lo- Piccolo, Frazier Taylor, Francis Taylor, Ferdi nand Oarangelo, Paul Ford, James Ronayne, Assistant Coach; J. Clifford Ronan, Coach. 3rd Row: (left to right) Don Crosby, Mgr; Gregory Sarkisian, Norman MacComack, Victor Koram, Anthony Coviello, Robert Olener, Joseph Zarba, John Mulhane, John Coughlin, Myron Cooper, Ro- bert Sheehan, Victor Renaghan, Mgr. 4th Row: (left to right) John Bean, Paul Kelly, R:bert Holmes, Dick Carey, Gerald Hill, Phil Rug- netta, Leonard Singer, John Sarnie, John Allen. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E John W. Bean Ferdiriand L. Carangelo Richard J. Carey Myron Cooper John R. Coughlin Anthony V. Coviello Donald H. Crosby James R. Curran Paul L. Ford Michael J. Fucillo (captain) Gerald Hill Robert W. Holmes Victor A. Daram Paul V. Kelly Richard M. Long Toseph N. LoRiccolo David K. MacDonald Richard H. Marzynski Stephen J. McCctbe Norman R. McCormack John D, Mulhane Donald C. Nicholson Charles J. O ' Brien Gerald F. O ' Leary Robert A. Oliner Victor A. Purvis Victor J. Renaghan Stephen S. Ruggiero Phillip Rugnetta Jamboree - E. H. S. 13 E. H. S. 6 E. H. S. 18 E. H. S. 26 E. H. S. 25 E. H. S. 7 E. H. S. 19 E. H. S. 41 THE SEASON ' S RECORD EHS — 13 Brighton 0 Dorchester 12 Groton Academy 25 Technical 0 Roxbury Memorial 6 Commerce 12 Trade 6 B. C. High 20 Latin 30 Gregory M. Sarkisian John A. Sarnie Robert D. Sheehan Leonard Singer Arthur J. Sullivan Francis H. Taylor Frazier S. Taylor John J. Wild Joseph J. Zarba BASKETBALL Boston Conference Champions Both the English High School and the Intown Division of the Boston Con- ference may never again see a basketball quintet like the one that the Blue and Blue of English presented during this past campaign. The team raced through the conference without a defeat, something that has yet to be done by any other school to date. Running up a record total of 1,036 points for the season ' s play, v as just one of the many records that tumbled from the books. By walloping South Boston to the tune of 52-41 for the city Championship, the Blue and Blue hoopsters gained their second city win from their last three In- town League Championships. A second invitation in as many years to the famous Tech Tourney climaxed a season that will long be remembered. En- tering the post-season classic as dark horses, with a possibility of going all the way, the Double Blue met a stubborn tartar in Lawrence High. Leading all the way, and out front by a comfortable margin, Lawrence came on fast in the fourth quarter to pull out the upset of the year, winning 50-49. A tough end- ing, indeed, for a championship team. A ca rtload of honor and glory was be- stowed upon the team which averaged 74 points per game and ran up the highest score for any E. H. S. basketball quintet, that being the record 109 points scored against Trade. Captain Ted Carangelo netted 259 points for the season ' s play, while team mate Carl Klumpp registered a total of 237. It was a one, two, scoring punch that was good for 496 points by the end of the season. Both boys ran one, two, respectively, for the Conference individ- ual scoring crown. Carangelo and Klumpp, along with reliable first stringers, Fucillo and Resnick, gained berths on the " All Boston " basketball five, which was named by a local radio station. Francis Richards, always a threat from the outside, completed the first five, that proved to be tops and un- beatable throughout the Intown Loop. Dorchester made an all out bid to dethrone the Champs in their initial contest, the score being 55-51, how- ever in their second outing, things were a little different as the English Hoop men ran away with a 66-36 verdict. Arch rival Latin school proved to be no exception, as they too fell by the Art Sullivan coached power- house, by scores of 63-57 and 45-34. Coach Sullivan employed a fast- breaking offense with an all out press that proved to be quite suc- cessful. Splendid team work plus expert coaching gave Boston En- glish a basketball team that will be hard to beat in many a year to come. Ferdinand Carangelo, Ted ' s un- cle, along with Stanley Cooper, managed the team. Next year ' s squad will de captained by forward Angelo Veneziano. BASKETBALL TEAM Conference Champions 1st Row: (left to right) Frank Richards, Carl Klumpp, Mr. Sullivan, Coach; Captain Ted Ccrcngelo, Mr. Downey, Head Master; Jack Resnick, Mickey Fucillo. 2nd Row: (left to right) Tack Maffei, Frank Moora, Jcck Boyd, Floyd Lee, Angclo Veneziano, F. A Carangelo, Manager. 3rd Row: (left to right) Joe Softer, George Hill, Jay Selden, Tony Zakrewski. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Jack Boyd Mickey Fucillo Jack Maffei Jay Selden Ferdinand A. Carangelo, Gerry Hill Frank Moore Angelo Veneziano (Mgr.) Carl Klumpp Jack Resnick Tony Zakrewski Ted Carangel o (Capt.) Floyd Lee Joe Satter THE SEASON ' S RECORD English 91 Trade 33 English 75 Commerce 34 English 83 Tech 48 English 89 Technical 47 English 82 Commerce 33 English 109 Trade 35 English 58 B. C. High 40 English 66 Dorchester 36 English 77 Roxbury Memorial 34 English 92 Roxbury Memorial 37 English 55 Dorchester 51 English 72 B. C. High 59 English 63 Latin 57 English 45 Latin 34 City Champ Playoff " Tech " English 52 South Boston 41 English 49 Lawrence 50 TRACK The Blue and Blue tracksters, led by Captain Gerry O ' Leary, ran up on amazing record this year in both indoor and outdoor track. This year we won two State Meet titles and two New England titles. The Double Blue also had the fastest relay team in the Nationals held in New York. This year ' s team was strong in all classes and events. The outdoor track- sters won all the tri-meets at White Stadium, while the indoor speedsters won all but one of their quadrangular meets. Under the careful coaching of Coach Ronan, George King, Captain-elect, and his brother Bill went on to win the state cross-country championship crovm and the New England cross-country championship respectively. Gene Ellis, Ed LaMarre, Alan Howe, John Wright, Asgier Asgiersson, La- fayette Thomas, and William Brown were some of the other boys who helped to make English the tops in track circles. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Edward Allen John Allen Louis Andrews Asgier Asgiersson William Brown Kenneth Coffey Cornelius Cunningham Eugene Ellis Robert Fabiano Earl Goodman Clarence Grant Gerald Hill Allan Howe Arnold Howe Everett Kartun George King William King Edmund LaMarre John LaMarre Walter McKenny John Miller Eyan Morgan Gerald O ' Leary (Capt. William O ' Neil John Wright David Sault (Mgr.) Seaborn Scott Cullen Sims Leonard Singer Robert Stempler Herbert Stone Arthur Sullivan V illiam Tatum Francis Taylor Frazier Taylor Lafayette Thomas Melvin Vieira William Welch TRACK STATE CHAMPIONS AND NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONS 1st Row: (left to right) Allen Howe, William King, William Brown, Walter F. Downey, Hoad Master; Gerald O ' Leary, Captain; J. Clifford Ronan, Coach; Lafayette Thomas, Edmund LaMarre, George King 2nd Row: (left to right) David Sault, Mgr; Seaborn Scott, William latum, Asgier Asgiersson, Clar- ence Grant, Gene Ellis, Frank Taylor, Edward All en, Paul Devlin, Mgr. 3rd Rov : (leit to right) William O ' Neil, William Knowles, William Welch, John Wright, Arnold Howe, James Hadly, Herbert Stone, Kenneth Coffey, Walter McKenny, John LaMarre, Melvin Vieira. THE SEASON ' S RECORD Quad Meet - E. H. S., Trade, Memorial, Commerce Won by English Northeastern Interscholastic Meet Won by Newton E. H. S. fourth Quad Meet - E. H. S., Latin, Roxbury, Dorchester Won by English Quad Meet - E. H. S., Roxbury, Technical, B. C. High Won by English Indoor State Meet Won by English - Class A Novice Meet Won by English Quad Meet - E. H. S., Latin, Technical, Trade Won by Latin National Indoor Meet Won by English City Relay Carnival Won by English All Outdoor Tri Meets At White Stadium Won by English University of Massachusetts Relays English 2nd Quad Meet at Newton English 2nd State Championship Relay Carnival Won by English State Outdoor Meet Won by English Relay in New York Fastest time in trials. Finished 2nd in finals. The captain-elect for next year is George King. George King won the state Cross-country Champ- ionship crown last November while his equally- famous brother Bill, a sophomore, won the New England Cross-country Championship. Gerry O ' Leary tied the record for the 300 yard run; the time was 33.5 seconds. Record Breaker Class A mile - George King - 4m. 36.2 seconds CROSS COUNTRY 1st Row: (left to right) Thomas Myron, Arnold Howe, Mr. Downey, William King, George King, Mr. Konan, Edmund LaMarre, Richard Francis. 2nd Row: (left to right) Robert Jacobs, Louis Andrews, George Hotton, Eugene Ellis, Donald Kohler, William Wharton, William McColgan. A total of fifty-seven tracksters composed English High ' s 1950 cross coun- try outfit. Led in spirit by Copt. Ed Griffin, who was out all year because of illness, the team managed to score wins over Memorial, Commerce, and Tech- nical in its first outing. During the remainder of the fall, however, the Double Blue found itself trailing a good Trade Team. The Second Quad Meet, plus the City and State Meets, were runner-up spots for the Blue and Blue of English. The King brothers pretty well domin- ated the hills and dales as they split the State and New England Meets be- tween themselves. George won the State Meet, while brother Bill captured first place honors in the New England Meet held at Waterville, Maine. En- glish, as a team, placed seventh. The general feeling was that if Capt. Ed Griffin had been around to show his heels, E. H. S. might have fared a little better. His absence certainly hurt. The J. V. ' s enjoyed an undefeated campaign, with W. Tatum running off with top laurels. The English swifty cracked the one cind one-half mile course record. The varsity run is two and one-half miles. Mr. Cliff Ronan, our own Mr. Track himself, along with his able aides tutored not only English, but all the City Schools as well. When the Boston Trackmen ran so well in the State Meet, his work of distinction was proven. Robert Jacobs managed the team that next year will be headed by Co-Captains George and Bill King — strictly a family affair. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E William Andrews John M. Colgan Dick Francis George Hotton Arnold Howe George King William King Donald Kohler Edmund LaMarre Thomas Myron William Wharton HOCKEY 1st Row: (left to right) Steven Ruggiero, Richard Dunn, Norman MaCormack, Walter F. Downey, Head Master; Robert McCormack,, Captain; William J. Stewart, Head Coach; Gaetano Meoli, Paul Kelly, Paul Croke. 2nd Row: (left to right) James Sifnas (Mgr.), David Terry, Arthur Cassidy, John Kane, Robert Mc- Carthy, John Gray, Joseph Sullivan. 3rd Row: (left to right) Paul Arzouholjian, Joseph Mahoney, Richard Golding, Jack Kelly, Thomas Myron, Rodney Andrews. The English High School hockey team was greatly depleted by last year ' s graduation when many of our pucksters bid farewell to their Alma Mater, but Coach Stewart managed to fill in the gaps. Led by Captain Bob McCormick, who incidentally, is a Junior, the squad compiled a record of two wins and four defeats. The leading goal-getters who composed the first line were Guy Meoli, Bob McCormick, and Paul Kelley. They proved to be the most capable skaters on the squad. The second line, which turned in commendable performances, consisted of Arthur Cassidy, John Gray, and Paul Arzouholjian. Holding down the defense posts were Paul Croke, Dick Golding, and Bob McCarthy. Guard- ing the draperies was Steve Ruggiero, who turned in some sterling perform- ances, among these, a 1-0 whitewash over Dorchester. Other senior lettermen were Rod Andrews, Tom Myron, Jim Sifnas, manager, John Kane, and John Kelley. Led by Captain-elect Guy Meoli and reenforced with capable undergrad- uates, next year ' s squad proves to be promising. Let ' s hope that it will bring us those victories that we so dearly wont. HOCKEY THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 3 Trade 4 E. H. S. 2 Roxbury Memorial 4 E. H. S. 2 Commerce 3 E. H. S. 2 Technical 1 E. H. S. 1 Dorchester 0 E. H. S. 0 Latin 6 WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Rodney Andrews Paul Arzouhaljian Arthur Cassidy Paul Croke John Dunn Richard Golding John Gray John Kane John L. Kelley Paul Kelly Joseph Mahoney Gaetano Meoli Robert McCarthy Norman McCormack Robert McCormack (Capt.) Thomas Myron Steven Ruggiero James Siinas (Manager) David Terry BASEBALL 1st Row: (left to right) Ronald Guarino, Ronald Crok, Myron Cooper, Walter F. Downey, Head Mas- ter; Ferdinand L. Carangelo, William J. Stewart, Head Coach; Angelo Buonopane, Arthur Foundas. 2nd Row (left to right) John Maffei, Paul Croke, Gerald Kenneally, Paul Ryan, John Hanrahan, Ro- bert Spellman, Steve Ruggiero, Michael Aftosmes 3rd Row: (left to right) Ronald Hodge, Ronald Elkind, Richard Carey, Paul Buddy, Lee Moier, John Weisentaner. English High opened its baseball season with a bang, beating its first op- ponent, Jamaica Plain, 5 to 4. This signalled the start for a full and successful season. English, while winning ten out of fifteen games, was a match for any team they played. Every team that played them had to have luck on their side. Lady Luck smiled upon B. C. High when they edged us 5 to 3 in a ten inning battle. Outside the conference, English played two games. The first, against football rival Groton, was a spectacular victory for English. The men from " Montgomery Manor " snowed under a helpless Groton team, 9 to 3. The other outside game was played against Cathedral. English dropped this one by a close 5 to 3. In the conference, English turned in quite a few impressive scores. South Boston fell to the sidelines after a 14 to 4 loss to English, but it was during the Memorial game that English broke out and scored 27 runs in the usual nine in- nings. That score was English 27, Roxbury Memorial 4. The baseball coach, Mr. Stewart, summed up his baseball season like this: " It was a successful season and definitely not one to be ashamed of. " Mr. Stewart also has hopes for next year ' s team. He pointed out that ten out of twenty-two lettermen are returning. This leaves us with expectations for an experienced and lively ball club next season. Congratulations Captain Ted Carangelo and all the other senior lettermen. May your game with life hold as many victories for you as the 1951 baseball season with English High School. BASEBALL THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 5 Jamaica Plain 4 E. H. S. 4 Hyde Park 6 E. H. S. 9 Groton 3 E. H. S. 10 East Boston 5 E. H. S. 7 Trade 14 E. H. S. 4 Commerce 5 E. H. S. 27 Roxbury Memorial 4 E. H. S. 7 Roslindale 6 E. H. S. 8 Dorchester 6 E. H. S. 14 South Boston 4 E. H. S. 8 Technical 5 E. H. S. 3 B. C. High 5 E. H. S. 12 Brandeis 4 E. H. S. 13 Charlestown 4 E. H. S. 6 Brighton 4 E. H. S. 3 Latin 5 E. H. S. 3 Cathedral 5 WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Angelo Buonopane Ferdinand Carangelo (Captain) Richard Carey Ronald Cook Myron Cooper Paul Croke Paul Buddy Ronald Elkind Arthur Fondas Michael Fucillo Ronald Guarino Ronald Hodge John Hanrahan Richard Hazelum William Kiley Jack Maffei Stephen Ruggiero Paul Ryan Robert Spellman Edward Winick John Wisentaner TENNIS The E. H. S. netmen took to the courts again this spring and once more turned out an impressive record. English " breezed " through the first five games, losing only one individual match to Roxbury Memorial. English had its winning streak broken by an unexpectedly strong South Boston team when they beat us three to two. After that upset, English saw Brighton and Trade fall to the wayside, and Latin was next on the list. English lost to a powerful " purple and white " team three to two, and Latin claimed the city champion- ship. Under the able coaching of Mr. Murphy, Jack Boyd and Jimmy Kidd turned out to be two of the best in the city. In spite of having to start from scratch, Mr. Murphy turned out ' a team that exemplified the character of Eng- lish High School boys at all times on the courts. THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 5 Technical 0 E. H. S. 5 Commerce 0 E. H. S. 5 . Hyde Park 0 E. H. S. 4 Roxbury Memorial I E. H. S. 5 Dorchester 0 E. H. S. 2 South Boston 3 E. H. S. 4 Brighton 1 E. H. S. 5 Trade 0 E. H. S. 2 Latin 3 WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Jack Avergun Jack Boyd Ernest Bristol Adrian Davis Thomas Horan (Mgr.) James Kidd (Capt. ' Herbert Postin Robert Power Robert Ward Bernie Woodrow James Wrenn GOLF Co-City Champions English, for the second time in two years, boasts a City Championship golf team. Under the direction of Mr. Simmons the team downed all oppon- ents in the first six matches. It wasn ' t until the last match that we had trouble. English and arch rival Latin had both been undefeated all season. The two teams circled Franklin Park in an unbreakable tie. After the last hole was shot, English and Latin were locked in a four and one-half — four and one-half tie. Since the rules of the State Golf Tourney forbade more than one school from Boston entering, a playoff was arranged. Latin won by one point to enter the State Champion- ship eliminations. Boys whose play was outstanding this year included Tommy Eagen, John Fields, and Capt. Ted Carangelo — • the individual city champ. THE SEASON ' S RECORD WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E E. H. S. 7 E. H. S. 6I 2 E. H. S. 81 , E. H. S. 61 , E. H. S. 81 , E. H. S. 7 E. H. S. 41 , E. H. S. 4 Trade 2 Commerce 2 14 Dorchester Y2 Technical 2l Hyde Park I 2 Roxbury Memorial 2 Latin 4i Latin 5 (in playoff) Ferdinand Garangelo George Hotton (Captain) Anthony LaBella Thomas Eagen Peter LaBella John Fields Thomas Mahoney William O ' Toole Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment 1st Row: (left to right) William Themistocles, George Hotton, Robert Loring, John Murphy, Leonard Neidleman, Pasquale Marino, Claude Lopez. 2nd Row: (left to right) Joseph Kelley, Theotis Humphrey, Robert Dantona, Richard Aim, Charles Hotton, Dante Riccio, Walter Christmas, Robert O ' - Loughlin, Herbert Stone. 3rd Row: (left to right) Arnold Adreoni, John Kelley, Agostino Ruggiero, John Talkowski, Thomas Eagan, Herbert S. Brown, Francis Cheyney, William Hines, Harry Chin. Colonel John G. Murphy Lieut.-Colonel Robert B. Loring Major (1st Bat.) Leonard Neidleman Major (2nd Bat.) George E. Hotton Major (3rd Bat.) Augustine F. Marino INDIVIDUAL DRILL William T. Kiley Myron Cooper Robert }. Stempler Gerald Levy Ronald V. Gosinak Chester Isaacs Stephen Karoghlainan Charles E. Bishop Martin J. Beatty Peter M. LoPilato Commissioned Officers of the Second Regiment 1st Row: (left to right) Herbert P. Brown, Donald Kohler, Victor Karem, Richard Wolff, William Kiley, Floyd Lee. 2nd Row: (left to right) Leo Lew, Robert Johnston, Alan D. Smith, Joseph Pas- cale, John Barry, George Lapides, James Perikli, Mcmsour Botaish. 3rd Row: (left to right) Robert Fletcher, Walbert LaPlante, John Barton, Burton Abrams, Louis Assad, Alfred Cronin, Paul F. Lynch, William Coughlan. Colonel Richard C. Wolff Lieut.-Colonel Kenneth E. Smith Major (1st Bat.) Victor A. Karam Major (2nd Bat.) Robert C. Sargent Major (3rd Bat.) James Perikli INDIVIDUAL DRILL Herman ]. Leventhal John A. Farrow- Paul R. Heffernan Lester A. Frost Philip Rugnetta Stanley Freedman Sidney Richman Donald V. Gautreau John E. Miller Edmund J. Gleason Kevin T. Fitzpatrick City Championship Mihtary Band Drum Major Instructor William Burrell Mr. Joseph Trongone Alvin Anderson Elie Curtis James Miceli Arnold Adreani John Fleming Charles Mitchell Robert Barbarisi Arthur Flynn Robert Montgomery Michael Harden Nicholas Flynn Myron NoUman James Barry John Garvin Richard Pacifico Sidney Beeman Richard Giglio Herbert Panos William Belton John Golden Lawrence Pierce Karl Berggren Jerome Goldman Herbert Postin Ronald Bouttee Gerald Goodman Carleton Purcell Leon Brass Jerome Goodwin George Randall William Brown James Hanrahan Thomas Recupero Ronald Bryant Wavne Hazzard Eugene Rice Neal Carmen Faul Hurley Byron Ricketts Anthony Castellucio Philip Imperato Richard Rutfield William Chiai.ese Joseph lerarde Harry Semonian Edward Constantino Arthur Johnson Russell Serbagi Theodore Critikos Kenneth JoUimore Harry Shuman John Croke Irving Kalish Harold Swartz Paul Croke Arthur Krameler Jerome Tamey Daniel Crowley Elbridge Lang Harold Themen James Crowley Marvin Lourie Richard Tutt Walter Cusky Thomas Lyons David Walsh James Deamond Thomas Mahonev Herbert White Richard Dixon Charles Mamakos Robert White Edward Doherty John McCarthy Ralph Wiranis Paul Duddy James Miades Harold Wolf Lewis Durden Franklin Zarba PRIZE WINNERS Anthoney Castellucio Joseph lerardi Daniel Crowley Irving Kalish Walter Cusky John Miceli Nicholas Flynn Robert Searle Franklin Zarba Drum and Bugle Corps Drum Major Instructor Frederick Best Mr. Joseph Donovan Gerald Adams John Gibson Stephen Ruggiero Louis Andrews Jan Gloster Leonard Sacks Leonard Bayne Harry Goon Harry Sandler Frederick Best James Greene William Sciretti Rex Bicchieri Ely Hamaty Robert Searle Ronald Bouttee Ralph Harrison Charles Shaddock George Bullock James Holland Herbert Simmons Richard Capobianco Joseph Hurdle Charles Simpson WiUiam Carrier Wilbur Jackson Richard Sullivan Robert Cawley Raymond Johnson Roger Sullivan Frederick Contestabile Luther Joyner William Sweeney William Cotto Joseph LaPiccolo Richard Turner Ralph Craizin John McCatty John Velardo Adri en Davis Maurice McCatty Melvin Vieira lames Downey Walter McKenny William Wharton Edward Dzierseski Edward Ming Harold Whippen Stanley Dzierseski Paul Norton Arthur Williams Eugene Eng William Prior Warren Williams Charles Fisher Arthur Richards Richard Wong Irving Francis Walter Richer Bernie Woodrow Joseph Gallison Arnold Rosenberg Carl Zinnell PRIZE WINNERS (Prize Drill) BUGLE DRUMS Frederick Best Charles Fisher James Downey John Adams Champion Typists 1950-1951 Left to right: Theotis Humphrey, Richard R. D ' ltalia, Stephen Karoghlanian. Boys at English High hove always excelled at typewriting. Above is a picture of the three champion typists for the current year. Mr. John McCarthy, Head of the Commercial Department, can be justly proud of this group of boys. Seated: (left to right) Theotis Humphrey, Myron Cooper, Richard Wolff, Paul Heins (Faculty Adviser), Kenneth Smith, Warren Ringer, Leonard Neidle- man. Standing: (left to right) George Fennell, Paul Webster, Maurice Barron, Rich- ard Rutfield, Neal Carmen, Jose Rodriguez, Thomas Gaines, Frederick Clow, Norman Fine. STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR COUNCILLORS SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS ORCHESTRA MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB GLEE CLUB CAMERA CLUB CHESS CLUB DISCUSSION CLUB STAMP CLUB HEAD MASTER ' S AIDES MR. KANE ' S PATROL, (II) MR. 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