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E. H. S. YEARBOOK 1952 EHS THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL 131st Year YEARBOOK 1952 LITERARY Paul W. Carey, ' 52 — Editor Joseph F. Gallison, ' 52 — Associate Editor Cornelius A. Cunningham, ' 52 Paul F. Deady, ' 52 David S. Gloss, ' 52 Harold H. Wolf, ' 52 SPORTS Neal Carmen, ' 52 — Editor Jack Koffman, ' 52 ART Jose Rodriguez, ' 52 John J. Whelan, ' 52 PHOTOGRAPHY Paul W. Carey, ' 52 TYPING Lewis M. Barnes, ' 52 William F. Delaney, ' 53 William D. Tatum, ' 52 BUSINESS Maurice M. Barron, ' 52 — Advertising Manager Vincent A. LaConte, ' 52 — Auditor DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION Joseph A. DiSalvo, ' 52 — Manager Charles J. Aftosmes, ' 52 Sidney Beeman, ' 52 Ernest W. Bristol, ' 52 David Brody, ' 52 James J. Colarusso, ' 52 Stanley L. Cooper, ' 52 John A. Farrow, ' 52 Timothy J. Gearin, ' 52 Donald J. Halpin, ' 52 Edward L. Kabler, ' 52 John Kalinousky, ' 52 David R. Lappin, ' 52 Edward G. Najjar, ' 52 Joseph J. Megna, ' 52 Salvatore J. Saia, ' 52 Henry G. Salamy, ' 52 Judah D. Shuster, ' 52 Bernie T. Woodrow, ' 52 FACULTY ADVISORS Paul Heins — Editorial Francis P. Glavin — Business EHS THE CLASS OF ’52 DEDICATES WITH PRIDE ITS YEARBOOK TO A MOST ILLUSTRIOUS AND WORLD-RENOWNED ALUMNUS OF THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL iih lew gway. AND TO THAT MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF ’52 WHO PRESENTED SUCH AN INSPIRING EXAMPLE OF SCHOLARSHIP, COURAGE, AND STAMINA WALTER F. DOWNEY, A. B„ Ed. M„ L. Head Master H. D. Keys of ‘52-. Just a half century ago this June I graduated from high school. It was quite a different world then. Times have changed, but not the fundamentals of living. Here are a few observations and recommendations based upon experience since my own high school graduation in the year 1902. Be disturbed as little as possible by passing events. Today we hear so much that is wrong with everything and everybody. This is nothing new. However, today we have one great protection, — we knew things, — secrecy in this nation, when the public interest is concerned, is rare. We have a free press. We have free speech. However, do we hear enough or know enough of what is right in this day and age? Just let me submit a few things: In all history the ideals of this nation are the highest ever expressed by man. This age of science is being used for the good of man, as well as for the reverse. When I graduated from high school my life expectancy was forty- eight years; today yours is sixty-six years. There is more altruism, more charity, more consideration for others in the world than ever before. There are more churches, more schools, and more hospitals than in any previous period of history. Many with high ideals, and others who consider service to mankind as of the highest importance, do not receive headlines. However, the world is bet¬ ter because of the large number of these individuals. Bigotry and racial ten¬ sions are being offset by the influence of growing numbers who believe in un¬ derstanding and good will. There are vastly more people trying to do the right thing than the wrong thing. As you look at life at this time you may look through glasses that are dark, or clear, or golden. The first leads only to cynicism; the second to straight thinking; the third to idealism. Avoid the first — accept the second, — based upon the third. Through five decades I have met many individuals of prominence; with some of them I was net impressed. Those whom I have remembered longest were people of character, sound ideals, wholesome outlook, who showed a distinct and sincere spirit cf understanding toward people and toward the world. Have a religion that is your own. Live up to its precepts and its teach¬ ing. It should by your guide — always. God bless and guide you, Every One. Head Master June, 1952 lumni Notes The Alumni of the English High School of Boston have, through previous decades, heaped insurmountable glory upon our Alma Mater. Many of our graduates occupy key positions, locally, nationally, and internationally. We are pleased at this fine representation of English High in today ' s troubled world and only hope that this graduating class of 1952 may be able to make a small contribution to this list of prominent personages of whom the following are but a few. To a soldier ' s soldier and inspirational leader named General Matthew Bunker Ridgway, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization recently entrusted the most vital assignment in the Western military alliance. Our Head Master, Mr. Walter F. Downey, after sending a letter of congratulation to Ridgway, received a cablegram in which the General acknowledged his debt to English High School, and expressed his desire of visiting us here in the near future. During the last year Ridgway has held no less than four huge jobs. As director of the war in Korea he has been the deputy frr the seventeen nations furnishing troops. As boss of United States ' military strength in the Far East he has had charge of a vast army, navy, and air force. As military governor of Japan he has represented the eleven Allied Powers of the Far Eastern Commission. And as director of the United Nations negotiations for truce in Korea, he has spoken for a free world ' s hope to avoid either a grievously widened war or a thought¬ less, worthless peace. Only a man of Ridgway ' s immense stamina could have carried such burdens with such zest. In Korea Matt Ridgway has become en¬ veloped in a great legend — a legend vastly complimentary and almost whol¬ ly true. It has been symbolized by the showy field uniform he has always sported there: pile cap with the peak tied back, wcrn shirt bearing the white and blue Airborne patch, parachutist ' s pants, field overcoat with a harness to which are taped a hand grenade over the right breast, first aid kit over the left, and a canteen against the rump. Such an outfit has suggested a fondness for the dramatic inherited from his predecessor. But with Ridgway it has been more than a gaudy good-luck uniform. It has been a badge of victory — the uniform he made conspicuous when he so effectively stopped the rout of Am¬ erican armies in his first winter in Korea. Like many another tough soldier, Ridgway is both devout and sensitive. He reads the Bible attentively, attends church, and at one time served as vestryman at St. Bartholomew ' s Episcopal Church in New York. Like his temper, his sentimental emotions are near the surface. Once when a photographer in Korea surprised him with a carefully mounted portrait of his wife and young Matt, Jr., the general broke into tears. Since his graduation from English High School in 1924, Max Tishler has been honored several times for his work in the synthetic development of corti¬ sone which is used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and several other chronic diseases. The Max Tishler Scholarships at Tufts College, where he majored in chemistry for four years, and the Max Tishler Lectures at Harvard University, where he took graduate study and subsequently taught chemistry for nine years, commemorate the first successful manufacture of this steroid drug from easily obtainable substances. The success of a group of chemists directed by Tishler at the Merck Laboratcries was announced in May, 1951 in the " Journal of the American Chemical Society. " In recognition of Tishler ' s achievement the board of directors of Merck and Company voted him its Scien¬ tific Award. In response to Mr. Downey ' s congratulatory letter Max Tishler wrote: " Needless to say your letter brought back many pleasant memories of my association with you and with Mr. Stone, my first teacher in chem¬ istry. I frequently recall the wisdom and guidance I received at English High School and how they guided me in the years that followed. I know that there are untold others who have profited by the unselfish and inspi¬ rational teaching of you and your staff. Through the years, you must have gained joy and strength following the careers of your many boys.” Carl A. Shifman, a graduate of this school in the Class of 1948, has recent¬ ly been selected as a Rhodes Scholar, of which there are only thirty-two chos¬ en in the entire United States. He is the only representative from Boston. Since graduating from English High, Carl has attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he is reported to be a top ranking senior in Physics. For two years, beginning next October, he will attend, on a free scholarship basis, Oxford University in England. The Cecil Rhodes Scholarship Award is con¬ sidered one of the highest honors that can be given a college or university graduate. Henry Gilman, another English High School Alumnus, who is now on the faculty of the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (Depart¬ ment of Chemistry), wrote to Mr. Downey in appreciation of the latter ' s letter congratulating him on the Iowa Award in chemistry. In part of his cordial greeting Mr. Gilman said: " I need hardly tell you how greatly indebted I am to the splendid training I had at English High. They were some of the happiest years of my life. My professional interests in chemistry really started in my sen¬ ior year there when I tcok the course with Mr. Stone. " Our Alumni are continually displaying their interest in the achievements of the English High School student body. The following letter was sent by the Secretary of the Class of 1898 on the occasion of our victory in the Pennsyl¬ vania relays: Dear Mr. Downey: At the 54th Annual Reunion of the Class of 1898, Boston English High School, held last Saturday, May 16th, 1952, it was unanimously voted that the Secretary write you, and through you the student body of English High, and congratulate you all for the fine manner in which you upheld the traditions of the old school at the recent Pennsylvania Athletic Carni¬ val by capturing the American Championship in the two-mile relay races. Such victories are heartening to the older, but enthusiastic alumni of En¬ glish High, as much as they are to the present student body. Sincerely yours, English High School, Class of 1898 by Fred O. Watt, Secretary, Class of 1898 Mom Roll OF ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL BOYS NOW IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Compiled as carefully as possible from all available Robert L. Abruzzese Perry A. Constas Sidney W. Agger John F. Cooley Robert C. Aizley Clarence M. Cooper George J. Alban Joseph F. Cosgrove Francis N. Allen Albert B. Cote Henry Allen Stanley H. Cox, Jr. Alfred Aloise Thomas J. Cross Stanley Alpers Jerry Crowly Bernard Appel Kenneth E. Cullivan Edward F. Baker John E. Curley Marglin Barach Robert P. Curran Robert P. Bates Kenneth A. Davis Winston W. Bell John A. Dell ' Orfano John W. Bean Donald Demole Bernard Becker Charles M. Devlin Stanley Berezin Albert F. DiBlasi Jason Berkowitz Murray Dobro Donald F. Beurman Leo J. Doherty Peter A. Bicchieri Robert J. Donahue Richard H. Bilodeau Charles T. Donovan Max L. Bloomfield Joseph K. Downey Dana W. Bonner John J. Duffy Lawrence Braverman Robert J. Dugan Henry J. Breen William G. Dwyer Daniel E. Brienzi Gerald P. Eidelman Charles Bright William Farrell Robert Brown Mark Fay Charles K. Bush Thomas F. Flaherty Thomas W. Bushlow Charles E. Floyd Thomas A. Butler Edward P. Flynn Frank Boutilier John J. Foley Richard Bumstead Sumner Forman Michael J. Castellano John G. Francis Gerald M. Cawley Richard Francis Carl G. Cederquist Richard J. Francis W. G. Chin John P. Gaffney Gerald H. Chubbuck Alvan H. Garber Robert S. Churnick Harold Garber George F. Ciampa Richard A. Garland John Ciccola John Geary Richard S. Clarence Richard B. Gilbertson Paul J. Collins Robert L. Gillen Timothy J. Collins Harry Ginsberg William I. Condon Melvin Ginsberg. Patrick J. Connolly Joseph J. Giorgianni, Jr. information) Charles Goldberg Jason M. Goldman Martin Goldstein Philip Gray Arthur E. Greenberg Melvin Griffen Albert I. Gross Joseph Guinta Edwin S. Gushue Robert Harrison Donald R. Hartin William P. Hartin Joseph Hasparian, Jr. Arthur Henderson William E. Henderson Clement R. High Bernard J. Hines John F. Holland Richard A. Hood Lloyd R. Horadan Charles E. Hotton Irving Howe Edward Hunter Isiah R. Ingerman Joel R. Jacobs Robert Jacobs Robert J. Jepsen Thomas E. Johnson James M. Joyce Martin F. Joyce Luther Joyner Evangeles Karalexis Joseph Kasparian, Jr. Thomas J. Keaveney, Jr. Edward Kegan James Kelley Joseph A. Kelly Paul F. Kelly Richard J. Kelm Robert C. Kervin Jeremy King Richard E. Kordaszewski Richard Koury Ronald A. Karuse Melvin Krozy Charles F. Kvicala Paul R. LaFlame Joseph L. Lanata Milton E. Landman Gerard W. Leary George T. Lee Richard P. Leeping William J. Lehan Edward J. Lennon Thomas Leonard Joseph A. Letorney Richard Levitan Hosea Lewis Gilbert I. Lipman Thomas P. Liv Arthur G. Lucius Robert J. Lurtsema William J. McAndrews Edward J. McCree Douglas R. MacDonald Richard J. MacDonald William J. McElhinney William F. MacFarlane Hugh McGourty Donald E. McGowan Robert McGrath Paul A. McHale Raymond G. Mclnnis Ronald B. McKinney Don McLaughlin Paul R. MacLeod John C. McLoughlin Gerald M. MccNabb James McNamara Charles M. Madden Donald J. Mahoney Edward F. Manning Jimmie Manning Frederick Marasca Leonard Martin Robert E. Mason Robert R. Massuret Richard B. Matty Joseph E. Mauger David H. Meffan Ernest Mills Robert D. Milroy Robert L. Mitchell Robert J. Molloy James G. Moore Eugene S. Morris Robert J. Morton Leo R. Muldoon Andrew Murray Thomas D. Murray Elijah Nash Edward Neiterman Ira Neiterman John W. Nixon Joseph O ' Brian Charles O ' Brien Donald F. O ' Brien John O ' Connor Charles Odenweller Robert J. O ' Donnell George Olson Edward Opper George M. Orlandi Thomas O ' Toole Pasquale Pagliucca Robert J. Parker Henry W. Peele Linwood D. Peele Richard Petrie Robert J. Pritchard Paul G. Quinn Robert T. Rearden Thomas W. Reed Max L. Resnick Charles S. Riordan Leonard P. Rittenberg Stanley A. Roberts William Robinson John Roche George A. Roelik Francis E. Ron an Manuel Rosenfield Sheldon W. Rothman Benjamin Rubin Joseph A. Russo Raymond D. Ryan Robert Sabine Assad L. Salami Thomas Salami Edward H. Schow Burton M. Shaine Frederick Shelby Hyman B. Siegal Robert M. Skinner John E. B. Slack Alphone Soldani George Spector Clarence R. Stanley Ronald T. Stokes Herbert D. Stone Roger Stuart John H. Stuke Eugene Sullivan John P. Sullivan Robert C. Sumner Myer H. Swartz Richard Thompson Warren W. Thomason Thomas A. Travis Ronald Turesky George M. Turner Manuel L. Viaes Melvin Viera Sumner Waldman Eugene M. Walsh Thomas F. Walsh Stanley I. Warshaw William C. Washwell Edward Weiner Burton Weinstein John Wild Lester H. Wilson How M. Wong Masters Emeriti Retiring this June CARL H. ADAMS (Drawing) for 27 years a member of the faculty of the English High School. HAROLD I. BROWN (Biology and Chemistry) for 40 years a member of the faculty of the English High School. JOHN H. CARD (Physics and Chemistry) for 30 years a member of the faculty of the English High School. FRANCIS P. GLAVIN (Bookkeeping) for 28 years a member of the faculty of the English High School. BERNARD H. McGRATH (History) for 30 years a member of the faculty of the English High School. ' ' What greater or better gift can we offer the republic than to teach and instruct our youth? " EHS Presenting the Class of EHS -y ' Ia u x l j ' - lX sz rv vO V -tj-A-fi-wC ' — y, v W jl- ji j u " SJiu x S D Zu-A-u,Q Qy J- ' $ . Cf ' e t- ? Z £ kjuM (ffjjw -- $r£ f $a lui¥ SJ 0U Cc £ l ° 7 l XX ' J kiAGy. (Lo cic- l. lrt , ' S yr jUU “sr wm ft JyiAYj(r J „ . ' cMfiSA Q MSiMUo t W y ' fLtrp ii v Uh £j$LmAOiA) J 9 , °?f P £ @ Wd f S - yX L C f. fjhx --o uUx li)flXAA»4r %% £ 4 0 ' 8 ' JU c 3 J$$Q (M r ' ) Jl9- -X»— n - C. Ap , VT. ' py Al-i y J Q i y L jyt-r ' O ' fjxXx ' ), czA su i DMJlro K dUW J ti 5 ' hj r-aJLJl. t isotArfi ' VsloSiS-y Q.o -, C- ' — ' S ' °3 . 3r) ' %€ + ) ctTLti 5 y{ . ,TlL.y J2ica--r4v $ul yr{a t . - I ' ’ -T g- ' C Aj ' sTZ. s " vi- A cw, W sr X ' 2- . 5fe , .. k m j 01 fi A AU £? „ ,- , 3Jl v ' 6 (fleZori, 9- ' asu o 101 .fli- | (5kW‘ " ' ,; - ' " ' av® r AAX — —r- ' " ' A S, e xv ruouJ (Ab JfouvdUJ . 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I imagine that the world in those past years appeared to English High graduates as dark and hopeless and as near to total destruction as it does to us today. I do not mean to scoff at war, because everyone knows what a truly hor¬ rible thing it is. We have all witnessed the products of the ravages of war. We have seen that the aftermath of a war is as costly in life and property as the war itself. Yet my purpose is not to send the Class of 1952 into the world with the idea that all hopes and dreams will soon be shattered by universal war. There is still more hope in the world than the ' news reports would have us believe. I have heard two profound statements which provoke hopeful thought: (1) People thought the cannon would mark the end of the world because it could penetrate almost every then-known defense, and (2) the old adage that for ev¬ ery offense there is a defense. These two statements, of course, pertain to the newly-developed atomic weapons. Now that we are men we are faced with a man ' s problem — that of sec¬ urity. Therefore, we must face this situation not with the narrow, easily fright¬ ened minds of children, but with the broad, far-seeing, composed intelligence of adults. We must remember that although life is not a bed of roses, neither is it a briar patch; and we must go forth with faith in the future. Paul W. Carey, ' 52 Editor EHS American Relay Champions i 8 , •b- — ' ; JF--N u—- - - — f-- V iA L H i Vk 1 Left to right: Coach J. Clifford Ronan, Eugene Ellis, William King, George King, William Tatum, Head Master Walter F. Downey. As announced in the press of the nation, the E. H. S. Relay Team won a magnificent victory at the Pennsylvania Relay Carnival held on Saturday, Ap¬ ril 29th. The members of the team are now recognized at the " two mile relay champions of the United States. " With weather conditions the worst in forty- two years, through mud and rain, they completed the two miles about 100 yards ahead of their nearest rival, a high school from New York City. They brought athletic distinction to their school, their coach, and to themselves. Our top six half milers made the trip along with Coach Cliff Ronan. They were Gene Ellis, George King, Bill King, William Tatum, George Campot, and Ed Allen. As a token of their feat, the school received a large plaque along with a beautiful sterling silver cup, which will be retained by the school for one year. The first school winning the relay event for the third time will retain permanent possession of the cup. It is our sincere hope and desire that in sub¬ sequent years, E. H. S. may be fortunate enough to earn the privilege of re¬ taining the cup. FOOTBALL 1st Row (left to right): William J. Stewart, Jr. (Coach), Norman MocCormack, Richard Long, John Coughlin, Stephen Ruggiero (Co-captain), Stephen McCabe (Co-captain), Gerald Hill, John Bean, David Terry, Walter F. Downey (Head Master). 2nd Row (left to right): Donald Gautreau, Arthur Krozy, Alvin Fortune, Richard Carey, Joseph Zar- ba, Donald Stuart, John Dennehy, Brendan Connell, Maurice McCatty, Anthony Coviello, J. Clifford Ronan (Teacher Manager). 3rd Row (left to right): Donald Messinger (Manager), James Curran, Ronald Hadge, John Doherty, Leonard Singer, Angelo Berlandi, Dana Giannotti, Robert Spellman, William Angelopolous, Thomas Recupero. 4th Row (left to right): George Kinnaly, William Joyce, Arthur Sullivan, John Burke, Philip Rugnetta, John Adams, Jack Koffman. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Francis Adams William Angelopolus John Bean Anthony Berlandi John Burke Richard Carey Neal Carmen Brendan Connell John Coughlin Anthony Coviello James Curran John Dennehy Edward Doherty Alvin Fortune Donald Gautreau Dana Gianotti Ronald Hadge Gerald Hill Robert Holmes Paul Kelly William Joyce George Kinnaly Jack Koffman Arthur Krozy Richard Long Stephen McCabe Maurice McCatty THE SEASON ' S RECORD Jamboree - E. H. S E. H. S. 34 E. H. S. 27 E. H. S. 18 E. H. S. 12 E. H. S. 38 E. H. S. 41 E. H. S. 19 E. H. S 13 E. H. S. 20 Roslindale 0 Commerce 7 Groton 0 Technical 12 East Boston 13 Roxbury Memorial 0 Trade 13 Dorchester 7 B. C. High 37 Latin 0 Norman MacCormack Warren MacPhadden Thomas Recupero Philip Rugnetta Robert Spellman Donald Stuart Arthur Sullivan David Terry FOOTBALL Climaxing a brilliant season with a 20-0 rout over arch-rival Latin school, this year ' s blue and blue squad finished with a 7 win 2 loss record identical with that of last year ' s team. The annual jamboree exhibition was the first stop on a ten game schedule in which we smacked a game Roslindale eleven to the tune of 14-0. We opened up the season with a High School of Commerce eleven and all went well as the boys chalked up a convincing 34-7 affair. A trip to Groton proved to be worthwhile, and we tumbled the gentlemen from the private school by a score of 27-0. The Technicians from Technical proved to be no exception as they went down by 18-12. We were matched with a scrappy East Boston team the following week, with the contest receiving much speculation and publicity, as both clubs en¬ tered the fray undefeated. A sea-saw battle all the way, finally turned to be one point too many for the Double Blue, as the Easties proved victorious by the slimmest of margins, 13-12. We went back to our winning ways and beat a weak Memorial team in the season ' s biggest trouncing, with the final score- board reading 38-0!! Trade received much of the same treatment the follow¬ ing week and was deeply outclassed 41-12. The Dorchester contest followed and was another wildly publicized affair. However, this time our charges came out ahead by a well-earned 19-7 count. An underrated B. C. High team proved to be our second defeat of the season as we were caught on an off day and badly succumbed 37-13. And now for the big one — the turkey day special — the traditional Latin encounter. The game was covered as usual by all the local scribes, aired on the radio, and for the second year in succession televised. The Latins couldn ' t do much, as they met one of the finest defenses that the Blue and Blue had rigged up all year. Once our offense began rolling, the game became a one-sided contest. When the smoke had cleared, and the final whistle had sounded, the score read E. H. S. 20 — Latin 0. CROSS COUNTRY CITY, STATE, AND NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONS Front Row (left to right): Edward Allen, Engene Ellis, Mr. Downey (Head Master), Co-Captains George King and William King, Mr. Ronan (Coach), William Tatum, Ferdinand Beckette. Rear Row (left to right): George Campot, Stephen McLaughlin, Gerald Golrnan, Joseph Snowden, Jacob Vitands, James Turley (Manager). Co-Captains Bill and George King soundly led a squad of blue and blue Cross-Countrians to a highly successful undefeated season, and were quoted by Coach Cliff Ronan as the best ever. Bill was crowned city and state champ, and missed out on winning the New Englands by approximately a mere inch. He set a new meet record by scoring his impressive city win. George Campot, donning the track shoes for the first time, turned in excellent performances along with team mates Bill Tatum, Eugene Ellis, Eddie Allen, and Jacob Vitands. The team as a whole swept every meet entered, including city and state; and by edging out Stamford, Conn., and Bangor, Maine, in the New Englands, completed the big three cycle. BASKETBALL With only three lettermen returning from last season ' s undefeated Confer¬ ence Championship team, this year ' s team did remarkably well with three sophomores included in the starting line-up. Capt. Angey Veneziano, along with veterans Jason Seldon, and Gerald Hill, were the only players salvaged from last year ' s team. Senior Frank Jackson playing in his first year with the big blue, topped the list of newcomers, which included capable sophomores Charles Foley, John Lowe, and Robert MacGillivary. Jackson finished the season by placing the seventh highest scorer in the city, as Capt Veneziano made the top ten, fin¬ ishing in ninth position. The team finished third in the final Conference stand¬ ings with an 8 win and 6 loss record. Arthur Richards and Artie Williams rounded out the list of seniors who are graduating, and since but six will be leaving, things look bright for next season. Stan ( " Red”) Cooper did a magnificent job in completing his three year reign as varsity manager. Next year ' s quintet will be captained by Dick Carey. BASKETBALL ■Y :1 ■ •j - f j jj f t V . . 1 i | i j i T 1 . r ■ 1 ,:vl I ' .i Eottom Row (left to right): Arthur Williams, Richard Carey, John Lowe, Mr. Downey, Angelo Vene- ziano, Coach Sullivan, Ronald Elkind, Charles Foley, Arthur Richards. Top Row (left to right): Stanley Cooper, Alvin Fortune, Jason Seldon, Jack Johnson, Robert Mac- Gillivary, Frank Jackson, Paul Duddy, Gerald Hill, Paul Stella. Dick Carey Ronald Elkind Charles Foley Alvin Fortune WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Gerald Hill Frank Jackson Jack Johnson John Lowe Robert MacGillivray Arthur Richards Jason Seldon Angelo Venezianp (Caotain) THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. s. 61 Commerce 42 E. H. S. 55 Memorial 58 E. H. S. 78 Trade 43 E. H. S. 38 B. C. High 51 E. H. S. 37 Dorchester 60 E. H. S. 42 Technical 39 E. H. S. 43 Latin 47 E. H. S. 63 Trade 45 E. H. S. 54 Dorchester 57 E. H. S. 76 Commerce 42 E. H. S. 41 Technical 42 E. H. S. 59 Memorial 50 E. H. S. 59 B. C. High 51 E. H. S. 61 Latin 53 HOCKEY Versatile all stars, Captain Guy Meoli and three year veteran Bob Mac- Cormick, led this year ' s Double Blue sextet to a five win, one loss record, cli¬ maxed with a bid to the state wide interscholastic hockey tournament. Steve Ruggiero, Dave Terry, and Norman MacCormack headed the rest of the squad which lost but one game, and that to a powerful Technical team, that finished on top in the final Conference standings. A scheduled game with Lawrence Academy was iced-out because of poor weather conditions. In the conference final, we eked out a successful 2-1 victory over tradition¬ al old Latin. In the post-season tournament, we met one of the top teams in Malden Catholic, and were defeated by a score of 8-3. John Sullivan man¬ aged the team that brought us one of our most successful hockey campaigns of all time. Paul Kelly will captain next year ' s team that should skate well, since but five lettermen are graduating. HOCKEY First Row (left to right): Stephen Ruggiero, Robert MacCormick, Coach Stewart, Gaetano Meoli (Captain), Mr. Downey, David Terry, Walter Foley. Second Row (left to right): Paul Kelley, Robert Spellman, Robert MacQueen, Richard Dunn, Robert McCarthy, Paul Arzouhaljian. George Kinnaly, Norman MacCormack. Third Row (left to right): John Sullivan (Manager), Robert Ward, John Greco, Philip Arnone, Dana Giannoti, Marvin Leventhal (Manager). WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Phil Arnone Richard Dunn Walter Foley Dana Giannotti John Greco Paul Kelly George Kinnaly Norman MacCormick Bob MacCormick Bob MacQueen Robert McCarthy Guy Meoli Stephen Ruggiero Bob Spellman John Sullivan (Manager) Dave Terry Bob Ward THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 5 Dorchester 2 E. H. S. 3 Trade 0 E. H. S. 7 Commerce 1 E. H. S. 9 Roxbury Memorial E. H. S. 3 Technical 4 E. H. S. 2 Latin 1 TRACK We of Boston English hcrve long been known to be the top track power in this neck of the woods. This year certainly proved to be no exception. Our crack Relay Team of Thomas, Ellis, Tatum and Allen, broke two ancient relay marks that totaled 48 years in standing! One of these being the Reggies in which we lost the meet by a 1 point margin due to a baton dropping incident to rival Latin School. The other mark was set at the Northeastern meet, which we won for the fourth time during the past 7 years. This oddity has been dup¬ licated also in the Reggies and Indoor State Meets, the latter which we have won for three consecutive years. Captain George King along with brother Bill both of whom lived well up to their last name, headed a strong team down to New York for the grand na¬ tionals. Our relay team finished a brilliant third, for well over 61 teams throughout the entire Eastern Coast took part. George King and Gene Ellis finished 2nd and 3rd respectively, a mere 1 1 Oth of a second behind the win¬ ner of the 1,000 yard run. Earlier in the season, Ellis cracked Carl Joyce ' s fa¬ mous 1,000 yard record by 3 10ths of a second in the annual state meet. Sen¬ ior George Campot donning the track shoes for the first time ever, proved to be a consistent point winner in coach Cliff Ronan ' s large array of talent. Wally Cuskey, another first time senior, gathered over 23 points to prove to be among the finest weight men in the state. TRACK 1st Row (left to right): Edward Allen, John Wright, Eugene Ellis, William King, Coach J. Clifford Ronan, George King, William Tatum, Lafayette Thomas, George Campot. 2nd Row (left to right): Peter Francis, Arthur Sullivan, George Reardon, Richard Burke, Robert Shan¬ non, William O ' Neil James Cox, Joseph Francis (Manager). 3rd Row (left to right): William Knowles, Louis Hurley, Robert Fabiano, Robert Stempler, Morgan Ryan, Seaborn Scott, John Hurley, Ferdinand Beckette. Top Row (left to right): Walter Cusky, Richard Long, John Miller, Ralph Harris, Gerald Hill, Richard Musmeci, Gerald Goodwin. BASEBALL Co-Captains Dick Hazelum and versatile Steve Ruggerio led a strong E. H. S. nine to a highly touted second place in the final greater Boston League standing, in which the District Schools merge with the intown to form a big 16 team race. Pitchers Bob MacQueen, George O ' Neil and Paul Duddy brought home most of the 15 wins. Gerald Kenneally led a host of seniors, which brought us one of the finest showings in recent years. Frank Porter, Angie Zucco, George Reardon and Augie Veneziano rounded out the seniors who played winning and inspiring ball all spring. Next year ' s club will be co-cap- tained by Dick Carey and John Bitetti. BASEBALL Front Row (left to right): Frank Luongo, Francis Porter, Co-Captain Stephen Ruggiero, William Stewart, Jr. (Coach), Co-Captain Richard Hazelum, Paul Duddy, Gerard Kenneally. 2nd Row (left to right): Elliott Goldstein, John Bitetti, Robert Spellman , John Hanrahan, George Reardon, George O ' Neill, Ronald Hadge, Marvin Levenhal. 3rd Row (left to right): Robert MacQueen, David Brody, Ronald Elkind, Richard Carey, Lee Maier, Thomas Shea, Angelo Zucco. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E John Bitetti Ron Hadge Dick Carey Bob MacQueen David Dodd George O ' Neill Don Elkind Bob Spellman Paul Duddy Lee Maier John Hanrahan Tom Shea THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 1 Trade 3 E. H. S. 10 South Boston 8 E. H. S. 11 Lawrence Academy E. H. S. 7 Brandeis 6 E. H. S. 5 B. C. High 12 E. H. S. 10 Charlestown 3 E. H. S. 6 Brighton 4 E. H. S. 5 Latin 4 GOLF 1st Row (left to right): Thomas Thissell, James Mahoney, Robert G. Simmons (Coach), Charles Foley, William O ' Toole. 2nd Row (left to right): Richard Golding, Vito DeLuca, Edward Maxfield, David Hausen, Franklin Towber, John Fitzpatrick. Top Row (left to right): Frank Shea, Leonard Pike, A1 Berman, G. Richmond, Robert Murphy. Fall practice session was promising. However, scholastic failure and transfers weakened prospects for the spring. During match play in the Bos¬ ton High School Conference League, English High School, despite loss of play¬ ers, won third position among the eight schools involved. Latin won the championship and went as far as the semi-finals in the State Championships. English High School has won the majority of the City Championships since their inception. The won by E. H. S. golfers. individual championships have been frequently Results of Boston High Schools Golf Conference 1952: Won Lost Tied Latin 7 0 0 Technical 4 1 2 E. H. S. 4 2 1 Trade 4 2 1 Hyde Park 4 3 0 Commerce 1 6 0 Memorial 1 6 0 Dorchester 1 • 6 0 TENNIS 1st Row (left to right): Robert T. Ward, Ernest Bristol, Maurice F. Murphy (Coach), Jack Boyd, Robert J. Power. 2nd Row (left to right): Paul J. Arzouhaljian, Herbert Postin, Gerald Hill, Byron Ricketts, Alan Shnei- der, Wayne Hazzard. Coached ably by Mr. Maurice Murphy, this year ' s Double Blue Tennis Team ended up with the same misfortunes as that of the last two previous net teams, by losing out in the city title by a mere one point to arch rival Latin School. Captain Ernest Bristol climaxed three years of varsity competition by lead¬ ing a sound squad througho ut the season ' s play. Adrien Davis and Robert Ward were other main-stays along with reliable seniors fason Avergun and Bernie Woodrow. Maybe next year we will be able to attain that one big point for a possible city title. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Paul Arzouhaljian (Manager) Jason Avergun Ernest Bristol (Captain) Adrien Davis Bernie Wayne Hazzard (Asst. Mgr.) Sherman Spiegal Robert Ward Frank Wing Woodrow w mf - Ip ' l ? 1 ' " i ' L ■ ■ Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment 1st Row (left to right): Richard Robinson, Leonard Singer, Martin Hunt, Edward Najjar, Vito Sam- marco, Philip Schaffer, Saul Simon, John Sawyer, Myron Garber. 2nd Row (left to right): Edward Dolbeare, David Brody, Henry Selig, Fred Holtzman, Gerald Frad- koff, Charles Itchkowitz, John Murano, Philip Poverman, Joseph Pieroni. 3rd Row (left to right): Donald Stuart, Edward Rosenberg, Frank Luongo, Paul Deady, Henry Sala- my, Joseph Marotta, Joseph DiSalvo, Paul Carey. Colonel Lieut.-Colonel Major (1st Bat.) Major (2nd Bat.) Major (3rd Bat.) Vito Sammarco Edward G. Najjar Philip S. Shaffer David Brody Martin H. Hunt INDIVIDUAL DRILL Alfonso A. Lucibello Daniel L. Maloof James G. Hennessey Edward J. Keane Richard P. Mahan Morton Glovin George Dennis Ronald N. Shehade Terry E. Goldman Ronald R. Forman Commissioned Officers of the Second Regiment 1st Row (left to right): Peter Francis, Warren Yee, Donald. Paxton, Joseph Jepsen, Richard Ghaudin, Jose Rodriguez, Paul Wentworth, Joseph Megna, Stephen Stempler, Judah Schuster, Cornelius Cun- nigham. 2nd (left to right): Attilio Giampa, Peter Barca, Jack Ferrante, Donald Levine, Vito Sammarco (1st Regiment), Edward Najjar (1st Regiment), Charles Itchkowitz (1st Regiment), John Sawyer (1st Reg¬ iment), Myron Garber (1st Regiment), Charles Ettridge. 3rd Row (left to right): Vito Cammarota, Eizens Streips, Robert Simonetti, David Lappin, Peter Lo- Pilato, Philip Schaffer (1st Regiment), Henry Salamy (1st Regiment), Jason Avergun, Ronald Gos- cinak, Joseph McKean. Colonel Lieut.-Colonel . Major (1st Bat.) Major (2nd Bat.) Major (3rd Bat.) .Richard E. Graudin .Joseph P. Jepson Paul J. Wentworth Donald J. Paxton Warren C. Yee INDIVIDUAL DRILL Donald B. Peyser Sidney Richman Joseph G. Spinale Robert K. Whitney Fiore L. Aiella Ray J. Shea Felix Testa Robert J. Reina Edward W. Talios Frank J. Marston Drum and Bugle Corps 1st Row (left to right): Arthur Jones, Ronald Jordan, Ernest Harrison, Herbert Simmons, Captain Joseph Gallison (Drum Major), Arthur Williams, Damon Walker, James Holland, Francis Sullivan, William McLean. 2nd Row (left to right): Robert DeSantis, Wilbur Jackson, Robert Jackson, Martin Williams, Ronald Boutte, Eldridge Moore, Harold Wippen, Roger Sullivan, Paul Morris, Edward Ming. 3rd Row (left to right): Donald Sarette, Edwin Bornstein, Robert Yee, Robert Mitchell, Harry Goon, Richard Wong, James Downey. PRIZE WINNERS James E. Downey Walter McKenney Ernest A. Harrison Charles I. Fisher Military Band 1st Row (left to right): Allan Issner, Theodore Critikos, Richard Giglio, Joseph Ierardi (1st Lieuten¬ ant), Frank Wing, Franklin Zarba (2nd Lieutenant), Malcolm Rakov, Donald Gillyourd, Benjamin Jarvis, Anthony Prezioso, David Tuck, James Miceli. 2nd Row (left to right): Mr. J. Trongone (Instructor), William Burrell (Drum Major), Jerry Bowden, Robert Hazleton, William Knowles, William Belton, Saul Cohen, Charles Simpson, George Randall, LaVerne Aspling, Nicholas Flynn (2nd Lieutenant), Daniel Crowley, William Chiaiese, William Cus- key, Harold Wolf,. 3rd Row (left to right): Irving Kalish, Stanley Mais, Harry Semonian, George Frye, Wayne Haz- zard, Myron Golob, Peter Stefan, John Croke, Donal Kelley, Ralph Morris, Raymond Johnson, John Elliot, Neal Carmen, Julius Rosales, Carlton Purcell, Arthur Flynn, Thomas Recupero. BAND PRIZE WINNERS William E. Chiaiese Curtis F. Elie Franklin A. Zarba Frank C. Wing LaVerne E. Aspling Wayne B. Hazzard Arnold J. Adriani STAFF " YEARBOOK u Seated (left to right): John Whelan, Maurice Barron, Paul Deady, Joseph DiSalvo, Paul Carey, Jose Rodriguez, Neal Carmen, Cornelius Cunnigham, Vincent LaConte. 2nd Row (left to right): Paul Heins (Faculty Adviser), Salvator e Saia, Stanley Cooper, Judah Schu¬ ster, Edward Najjar, Ernest Bristol, David Brody, David Gloss, Charles Aftosmes. 3rd Row (left to right) Henry Salamy, Sidney Bee man, John Farrow, John Kalinousky, David Lappin, Joseph Megna, Edward Kabler, Donald Halpin EHS STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR COUNCILLORS i SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS DISCUSSION CLUB FRENCH CLUB GLEE CLUB k MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB HEAD MASTER ' S AIDES MR. BROWN ' S AIDES HEALTH ROOM CORPS SWITCHBOARD STAFF LIBRARY CORPS This year a new career guidance program was offered to the junior and senior classes of the school. This program met with immediate success and was acclaimed by all to be of immense value. Twice a week during the month of March the upper classmen were given the opportunity to meet and hear various representatives of business and pro¬ fessional fields, as well as representatives from many of the higher institutes of learning. Among the outstanding discussions in the business and profes¬ sional fields were those concerning aviation and hospital work. A male psy¬ chiatric nurse explained the duties and advantages of his profession, while an executive from one of the country ' s largest airlines discussed opportuni¬ ties in the field of aviation. Some of the other assemblies dealt with radio, television, oil industries, social work, journalism, Federal and State Civil Ser¬ vice, sales management, and accountancy. The number and variety of local colleges represented in this program were amazing. They ranged from Bentley ' s, which specializes in the Commercial Courses, to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which trains men for the highly technical and scientific professions. A few of the prominent colleges represented were Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis, Brown, Har¬ vard, Holy Cross, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Northeastern, Tufts, and the University of Massachusetts. This was the first year that a guidance program of this type had been at¬ tempted at our school. From the beginning, the boys took to it as a duck takes to water. Twice a week, every available large room, the library, the teachers ' cafeteria, and the assembly hall were pressed into service for these informal convocations. The gatherings ranged in size from twenty five to one hundred fifty, but everywhere the interest was keen and the questions clever. The men who addressd us were not only well qualified to answer our questions — and there were many questions — but these men were also cap¬ able of giving frank service to all. They were men in prominent positions, and leaders in their fields. Many were graduates of English High. The purpose of these meetings was to provide the upper classmen with a chance to learn of the numerous opportunities open to them in colleges and universities, and in the business fields. After attending these conclaves, many of us not only knew of these positions, but could easily decide which field of training we would enter. Through these meetings, the goal of the career guid¬ ance program was easily achieved. Nineteen fifty two was a trial year for a experimental Career Guidance program in our school. Because of its evident success, I am sure that for many years to come this program will be a helpful guide to the undergraduates of English High School. EHS Harold H. Wolf, ' 52 CLASS of 1952 Class Mis tory September 8, 1951 saw the gates of Montgomery Manor open upon a new school year. We, the glorious seniors, would be distinguished by our agon¬ izing fear-stained faces as familiar landmarks met our gaze. Then, with the crossing of the hallowed threshold, the ominous bell sounding the death-toll of three hundred souls rang out. Following the issuance of " AW " cards, and the expeditions to the lockers, we were prepared to suffer the slings and ar¬ rows of outrageous misfortune. During the fall season nothing much developed, except the kindly mem¬ bers of our elite group acting as guides to the elevators and swimming pools. Sports activities began this year with the call for football players at Billings Field and the footwork of the cross-country team at White Stadium. Early November saw the majority of the class keeping time with the text books for the N. R. O. T. C. examinations held in English High November 16. The football spirit caught the student body as the Blue and Blue set forth to murder the Latins at Harvard Stadium. Two football rallies were held, one for the present student body and one for past groups. We all got behind the squad, which blew taps over Latin ' s corpse on Turkey Day. In December, Mr. Eccles, " Doc " Frazier and " Charlie " Keelon gave a ser¬ ies of tests for College Board preparation, the first exam of its kind ever given in the school. After Christmas vacation, we returned to our cells to begin life again within the massive walls of E. H. S. The first real monster showed itself in the College Board Exams taken by a number of poor souls in January. One sad note squeezed itself into the month of January, for Latin whipped our boys both in track and basketball. January also saw the Annual Disc Jockey Pool conducted in the school, in which Dick Flynn, Dick Herd and Ed Najjar represented English High. All still wonder how " I ' m Forever Blowing Bubbles " became our all-time favorite. During these months the Blue and Blue competed in hockey, basketball and track. The month of March ushered in an inovation at English High School. Car¬ eer Guidance headed the scene. Open to both Juniors and Seniors, talks were given on careers and college preparation. A collection was taken up for a new organ at Faneuil Hall, and the re¬ sults were tremendous. We hope that the screw contributed by Room 103 was appreciated. English Departmental work was handed out this fair month. Ah — the joy of writing two thousand words on English Literature! March also saw activity in one of the newer school organizations, the English High School Chapter of the National Honor Society. Membership to this society is limited to boys of the highest scholastic at¬ tainment. But, scholarship is not enough; for service, leadership, and extra¬ curricular activities are weighed heavily. Introduced into E. H. S. in 1950, this marks its second year of operation, and our class contains the firstmembers of the organization to hold member¬ ship during the junior and senior years. National Honor Society Scholarship Exams were taken March 18 by Ger¬ ald Chin, Vito Cammarota, Cornelius Cunningham, Joseph Gallison, and Charles Itchkowitz, with Chin registering the top mark of the quintet. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1st Row (left to right): Stephen Karoghlanian, David Brody, Vito A. Cammarota, Fred Holizman (Vice President), Edward G. Najjar (President), Charles Itchkowitz (Secretary), Donald S. Levine, Leonard Singer, Robert A. Searle. 2nd Row (left to right): Paul Yuen, Charles Ocnos, Carmen V. DiSciullo, Jack Ferrante, Edward G. Salemy, Philip L. Poverman, Paul Aizley, Cornglius Cunningham, Joseph F. Gallison, Michael Bar¬ den, John H. Sawyer. 3rd Row (left to right): Joseph Megna, Jason M. Avergun, Frank R. Ciampa, Richard T. Herd, William P. Levins, Robert A. Greenberg, Richard K. Dunn, William F. Delaney, Paul F. Deady, Ar¬ nold R. Saitow, Vincent A. LaConte, Arthur Flynn. The following boys comprised the E. H. S. Chapter for 1951-1952: Seniors Jason M, Avergun David Brody Vito A. Cammarota Cornelius Cunningham Carmen V. DiSciullo Jack Ferrante Joseph F. Gallison Richard T. Herd Fred Holtzman - Vice President Charles Itchkowitz - Secretary Vincent A. LaConte Donald S. Levine Edward G. Najjar - President Robert A. Searle Leonard Singer Gerald Chin Michael Barden Paul F. Deady Stephen Karoghlanian Joseph Megna Philip L. Poverman John H. Sawyer Juniors Paul Aizley Victor Cerulli Arthur Flynn Donald Monroe Charles Ocnos Edward G. Salemy Paul Yuen Louis J. Cantori Frank R. Ciampa William F. Delaney Richard K. Dunn Robert A. Greenberg Richard T. Kingsbury William P. Levins Anthony Megna Herbert P. Oppenheim Paul F. Pascale Robert C. Roberts Robert O. Saisi Arnold R. Saitow Sports crashed the headlines during the Spring, with the Blue and Blue ' s chalking up victories in track, baseball, and tennis and golf. In May, Mr. Lundin ' s Navigation classes had two terrific field trips. The first was to West Roxbury, where a new telescope purchased by the school made its debut. The second trip was the annual journey to Gloucester, where the year ' s work was put into practice. May day was Senior Day. Enlightened at missing three periods, we went, rocking to the tremors of Neal Carmen ' s " dishpans " , to our last session in the Assembly Hall. We won ' t soon forget the music during that afternoon. Wilbur Best ' s rendition of Summertime ' ' received tremendous applause, as well as did Bill Chiaese ' s great work on the trumpet. Frank D ' ltalia ' s playing of the " Petite Valse " and the work of the Glee Club highlighted the afternoon. Bill Chiaese ' s accompanist, the " Giant of the Ivories " , Walter Cuskey, will be remembered for his background music. With Senior Day GONE, left was the task of " going C. P. " After the battle for the teachers ' autographs on the " tombstones " , we passed through the gates of E. H. S. for the last time until the Schoolboy Parade. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1 rI " W ' (SB 1 % If Jk m If W j - || 1 ft ml |.| Jr 1m : t-v Kps Left to right: Gerald Hill (Executive Committee!, Frederick Shea (Vice-President), Joseph Jepsen (President), Donald Stuart (Secretary-Treasurer), Anthony Tedesco (Executive Committee). JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated (left to right): Joseph Jepsen (Executive Committee), Warren Yee (President). Standing (left to right): Stephen McCabe (Vice-President), Don ald Stuart (Secretary-Treasurer), Gerald Hill (Executive Committee). ALUMNI COMMITTEE Left to right: George King, Gino Mariani, Philip Schafer, Jack Boyd, Warren Yee, Eugene Ellis. YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Left to right: Ernest Bristol, John Farrow, Joseph M egna, Donald Halpin, Judah Shuster. PICTURE COMMITTEE Seated (left to right): Stanley Cooper, David Brody. Standing (left to right): Peter LoPilato, Richard Polito, Stephen Ruggiero, James Colarusso. PROM COMMITTEE Seated (left to right): Stephen McCabe, Herbert Simmons, Angelo Zucco. Standing (left to right): Joseph Ierardi, Arthur Sullivan. SONG COMMITTEE Left to right: Franklin Z arba, Ernest Harrison, Edward Najjar, Richard Herd, Byron Ricketts. Class Song of 1952 (Tune — " The Halls of Ivy " ) Words by Richard T. Herd, ' 52 and Ernest A. Harrison, ' 52 Oh, we love thee Alma Mater Our English High so true, And we will not forget tho ' we be far, far away. To thee our English High Every heart must bid farewell, Then slumber yet immortal where our brothers dwell. One day we ' ll all return to halls that once We trod, to greet a friend or two That may appear. But now we must take heed, we cannot Linger long, for life has cast its net upon Us here. So, farewell our English High Where we ' ve lived and learned to know That you will not forget us Where ' er we may go. Selection Senior Class Day May 1. 1952 at 1:10 P. M. Opening Remarks " Glorious Apollo " Class of ' 52 in Football Solo Class of ' 52 in Basketball Piano Solo Class of ' 52 in Track Selection " Oklahoma " Class of ' 52 in Baseball Trumpet Solo Award Class Gift Acceptance of Class Gift Selection -English High School Band -Joseph Jepsen, Senior Class President -Senior Glee Club -Stephen McCabe, ' 52 Co-Captain of Football -Wilbur Best ' 52 -Angelo Veneziano, ' 52 Captain of Basketball -Richard D ' ltalia, ' 52 -George King, ' 52 Captain of Track -English High School Band -Senior Class Glee Club . Stephen Ruggiero, ' 52 Co-Captain of Baseball -William Chiaiese, ' 52 I -Joseph Jepsen, ' 52 ...Walter F. Downey .-English High School Band LAWRENCE PRIZE Fidelity and Deportment 1952 101 David Brody 106 Gino Mariani 102 Brendan M. Connell 107 James R. Morrissey 103 Jack Ferrante 108 Walter J. Rafferty 104 Attilio Giampa 109 Henry S. Selig 105 Stephen Karoghlanian 110 Fon M. Wong LAWRENCE PRIZE WINNERS 1951 - 1952 ENGLISH BOOKKEEPING E4 Gerald Chin B3 Robert Searle E8 Henry S. Selig B4 Donald J. Paxton B5 Jason S. Marget H4 H5 HISTORY Cornelius A. Cunningham Cornelius A. Cunningham B6 OFFICE PRACTICE John H. Sawyer L4 LATIN David Brody K4 K6c MERCHANDISING Alan Berman Harris I. Akel GERMAN ECONOMICS G3 Juris Jaunzems K5 Donald J. Halpin F3 FRENCH Gerald Chin 02 SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING John P. Bums ITALIAN W2 William Tatum 13 Geno R. Gemmato DRAWING D2 Ronald V. Boutte MATHEMATICS D3 Robert M. Simonetti M4 M7 Gerald Chin Edward G. Najjar PHYSICAL FITNESS V Joseph L. Francis CHEMISTRY I-DARE-YOU HONOR ROLL C3 James Colarusso C4 Vito Cammarota 1952 SCHOLASTIC ART AWARD PHYSICS Ronald Boutte P3 Gerald Chin Honorable Mention Champion Typists 1951-1952 Left to right: William Delaney (203) and William Tatum (209). The 1952 typewriting honors were won by William Tatum (209) and William Delaney (203). A record of 65 words a minute was achieved by the former. As a member of the famous Penn Relay 2-mile High School Relay Championship Team, Bill Tatum also proved that he has speed in his legs as well as in his fingers. The runner-up, William Delaney, has done outstanding aman¬ uensis work for the faculty throughout the year, which helped to make him the typist he is today. He also won the Lawrence Prize in Commercial Law. Order of graduation Smcises Tremont Temple, June 3, 1952 PROCESSIONAL — " Gloriana " " THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER " CLASS ORATION — Joseph P. Jepsen President, Class of 1952 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 Sears Roebuck Scholarship Award Class of 1913 Award Class of 1919 Award The Charles E. McCool Award Contributions for other awards and prizes have been re¬ ceived from many members of the alumni body and from the Classes of 1863, 1870, 1873, 1877, 1880, 1883, and from nearly every graduating class since the year 1885. CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL Lieutenant-Colonel William H. Meanix, Class of 1911 CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — Joseph P. Fagan, 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 Lieut. Colonel Herman H. Friedberg, Class of 1928 CLASS SONG CLASS SONG OF 1952 (Tune — " The Halls of Ivy " ) Words by Richard T. Herd, ' 52 and Ernest A. Harrison, ' 52 AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS — Walter Humphreys, Class of 1892 OVERTURE — " Emblem of Honor " Keller AWARD OF ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS — Patrick J. Foley, D. D. S. Member of the Boston School Committee " AMERICA " EXIT MARCH — " Vigor in Arduis " Fulton Class Oration Mr. Downey, members of the school committee, members of the faculty, honored guests, parents, friends, and fellow classmates. The class of 1952 of the English High School bids you welcome. I am proud to have the privilege of extending the greetings of the class of 1952 in this, the 131st 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 never 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. To our parents, we owe a deep debt of gratitude for sacrificing much more than we will ever know, that we might obtain this education. Without their guidance in the many disappointments or modest success which befell us, some would, no doubt, be absent from our midst tonight. As men of English High School we should never give them cause to re¬ gret having made these sacrifices. 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 become 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 super¬ vision or set out on our own. Tonight in the inevitable march of time, the hour has arrived when we must say adieu to our high school and go forth to make our mark in our re¬ spective fields. To all of us this hour of departure is tinged with a certain amount of regret: leaving the school in which we spent four years of our lives, the friendships and associations we have made, and the helpful guidance we have received from our Head Master and the members of the faculty. Some of us will be going into the armed forces or into business; and others will go on to higher institutions of learning. But we will all be going forth into an entirely different world, for which the English High School has well prepared us. Men of the class of ' 52, remember this: we all carry a common bond, a common heritage. Many times the decision of which road to travel, the right or the wrong, must be made by us. Let the inspiration of our Alma Mater and her ideals guide you. Let us aim high in whatever field we enter even if we don ' t reach our goal, for a man ' s reach should exceed his grasp. I am taking this opportunity to wish you all happiness and success in the coming years, and I am sure that if we live up to the standards and ideals set for us, honor and achievement will be ours. JOSEPH PAUL JEPSEN, President, Class of 1952 Awards Presented at Graduation CHARLES B. McCOOL AWARD — ($25.00) DONALD S. LEVINE CUMSTON PRIZE — ($350.00) STEPHEN J. McCABE JOHN BOUVE CLAPP PRIZE IN ENGLISH — ($35.00) CORNELIUS A. CUNNINGHAM CLARENCE WALKER BARRON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — ($300.00) JACK FERRANTE ALBERT H. WIGGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLAR¬ SHIP — ($200.00) CORNELIUS A. CUNNINGHAM CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLAR¬ SHIP — ($200.00) JASON M. AVERGUN EDWARD S. GOULSTON MEMORIAL SCHO¬ LARSHIP — ($30.00) VITO A. CAMMAROTA CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL — FRANCIS R. CIAMPA CLASS OF 1919 AWARD — ($25.00) JOSEPH P. JEPSEN CLASS OF 1913 AWARD — ($200.00) EDWARD G. NAJJAR CLASS OF 1906 AWARD — ($125.00) JOSEPH F. GALLISON CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — (1) - English Prize — ($50.00) GERALD CHIN (2) - Colonel Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citi¬ zen " Award — ($50.00 GERALD HILL SEARS ROEBUCK SCHOLARSHIP — ($800.00) - FIRST AWARD GERALD CHIN ($200.00) - SECOND AWARD JOSEPH J. MEGNA FRANKLIN MEDALS VITO A. CAMMAROTA GERALD CHIN JACK FERRANTE JOSEPH F. GALLISON FRED HOLTZMAN In addition to these cash prizes boys from the graduating class up to date have been in¬ formed that they have been awarded by various higher institutions of learning scholarships to the amount of several thousands of dollars. SUMNER H. ABRAMSON " Sonny " 82 Gerald Rd. ( Milton School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports, model air¬ planes Honors C2, M2; Honor Roll 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant; Health Room Corps 2: Laboratory assistant 3, 4; Keyroom 3, 4. FRANCIS X. ADAMS " Frank " 8 Ellsworth St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To coach football College: Boston Teachers Col¬ lege Hobbies: Sports Drum and Fife 1. Football 3, 4. CHARLES J. AFTOSMES " Charlie " 82 Topliff St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a radio an¬ nouncer College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, sports Yearbook Staff 4; Baseball 2: Track 4. HARRIS I. AKELL " Hank " 7 Estella St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a sailor Hobbies: Sports, photography Track 1. EDWARD ALLEN " Ed " 633 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, sports Drum and Fife 2; Patrol 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Coun¬ cillor 2. PETER A.. ANASTASIA " Pete " 16 Garth Rd., West Roxbury School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Mass. College ot Pharmacy Hobbies: Cars ROBERT A. ANDERSON " Andy " 158 Neponset Ave., Dorchester School: ' Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a printer Hobbies: Radio, stamps WILLIAM A. ANGELOPOULOS " Angy " 1443 Tremont St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a salesman College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports French Club 3; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4- Baseball 2, 3; Football 3, 4. LEROY J. ANKIEWICZ " Roy " 112 Chestnut St., Chelsea School: B. C. High Ambition: To be an engineer College: Princeton Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2, 3. JOHN E. ANNAND " Whittey " 168 Crowley Rogers Way, South Boston School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a wholesale florist Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 3. RONALD j. ARIGO " Ronnie " 46 No. Margin St., Boston School: Christopher Columbus High Ambition: To join Air Force MARTIN J. ASTROFSKY " Marty " 12 Lome St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an aviator College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, football Patrol 3. GILBERT ATAMIAN " Gil " 43 Pleasant Hill Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Coins, sports Honors M2, Gl, Wl; Patrol 2, 3. JASON M. AVERGUN " Jack " 63 Hazleton St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Univer¬ sity Honors H3, FI, Ml, M2, M3, P3, Wl; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4- Patrol 3, 4; National Honor Society, Member; Boston Sci¬ ence Fair Award 3; Labora¬ tory Assistant; 2nd Lieuten¬ ant; Tennis 2, 3. PETER J. BARCA " Pete " 29 St. John St., Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an engineer College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors E2, G2, M2, Wl; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 4; Football 3. MICHAEL W. BARDEN " Mickey " 80 Bragdon St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an accountant College: Boston University - (Night School) Honors FI, Bl; Honor Roll 3, 4; Health Room Corps 3, 4; Band 3; Military Comm. 4; Track 2. LEWIS M. BARNES 3 Willis Terrace, Roxbury School: J. P. Timilty Yearbook 3, 4; Switchboard 2, 3. MAURICE M. BARRON " Mike " 749 Morton St., Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be content and successful College: Leland Powers Hobbies: Baseball, billiards, drama, journalism, art Honors D3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 2; 1st Lieu¬ tenant; Baseball 2, 3; Track 2, 3. JOSEPH E. BARRY " Joe " 23 North Munroe Terrace, Dorchester School: Saint Ann ' s, Neponset Ambition: To own my own business College: Boston College Hobbies: Dancing, sports Honor B3; Patrol 4. SIDNEY BEEMAN " Sid " 113 Colborne Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be an architect College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, music Yearbook Staff 4; Chess Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Junior Achievement 3; Room Spelling Champion 2, 3. WILLIAM S. BELTON " Bill " 555 Massachusetts Ave., Boston Ambition; To be a musician College: Conservatory Hobbies; Sports Band 3, 4; Drum and Fife 2; Track 1, 2. ROBERT E. BOC " Bob " 260 Quincy St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a forest con¬ servationist College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Bowling, chess Honors E6, HI; Honor Roll 4: Chess Club; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4. ALAN A. BERMAN ”A1 " 40 Floyd St., Dorchester School: Cambridge High and Latin Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling FREDERICK J. BEST " Freddie " 2781 Washington St., Roxbu-y School: Dwight Ambition: To be a doctor College: Northeastern Hobbies: Track, football, swim¬ ming Room Athletic Captain 2; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES E. BISHOP " Chick " 12 Parker Hill Ave., Roxbury School: Martin Ambition: To be a success in business Hobbies: Fishing, camping, swimming, boating Music Appreciation; Track 4; Individual Prize Drill Award 3. RONALD F. BLACK " Blackie " 29 Mt. Bowdoin Terr. Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: Career as commis¬ sioned officer in Air Force. College: Boston University Hobbies: Building model air¬ planes Captain. JOSEPH F. BOTAISH " Yousuf " 272A Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a salesman College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Baseball, football Fidelity Prize 1, 3. JACK BOYD " Jackie " 855 Columbus Ave., Roxbury School: Wayne High School Ambition: To be an agricul¬ tural specialist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports French Club 4; Room Council¬ lor 4; Alumni Committee; Junior Achievement 4; Bas¬ ketball 3; Tennis 3, 4. GEORGE W. BRADY " Big George " 7 Cluney Ct., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To enter Army Hobbies: Football, baseball Baseball 1; Football 1; Hockey 1 . ERNEST W. BRISTOL " Ernie " 144 Lenox St., Roxbury School: Public Latin School Ambition: To be an English teacher College: Boston Teachers ' Col¬ lege Hobbies: Tennis, bowling, football, photoaraphy Yearbook Staff 4; French Club, Photography Club, Glee Club, President 4; Switch¬ board 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior A- chievement Award 4; 1st Lieutenant; Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. DAVID H. BRODY ' ' Dave ' ' 24 Wilder St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Piano, short-wave radio, sports Honors HI, L2, M2; Hono- Roll 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councillor 3, 4: Student Council, President; Picture Committee, Chairman; Cap¬ tain; National Honor Society 4; Baseball 2, 3- Track 2, 3. RALPH E. BROM3 " Digger " 197 Marlboro St., Boston School: James P. Timilty , Ambition: To be an embalmer Hobbies: Art RONALD E. BROWN " Brownie " 7 Elm St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a basketball coach College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports RICHARD K. BURKE " Herk " 24 Downer Ave., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a basketball coach Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3. JAMES C. BURKHEAD " Burkey " 15 Camp Rd., W. Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston Teachers Col¬ lege Hobbies: Sports Honors S3; French Club 4; Pat¬ rol 4; Room Councillor 4. DENNIS F. BURNS " Denny " 12 Inwood St., Dorchester School: Saint Peter ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors B3; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Track 2. DONALD G. BURNS " Scotty " 104 Homes Ave., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To make a million College: Boston University Hobbies: Guitar, dancing, bowling French Club 4; Patrol 4; Cheer¬ leader 4. GERALD j. BURZILLO " Jerry " 14 Hartford St., Dorchester School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To be a diplomat College: Boston College Hobbies: Piano Patrol 1; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Baseball 2; Football 2. AUGUSTINE A. CALABRESE " Gus " 15 Salem St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a night club, entertainer College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Accordion VITO A. CAMMAROTA " Tony " 1569 Centre St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a chemist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Chemistry Honors L2, FI, F2, M2, M3, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize FI, F2; French Club; National Honor Society; Pat¬ rol 4; Office Aide 4; 1st Lieutenant; Health Room Corps 2. JOSEPH M. CAMPANELLO " Campie " 365 Harrison Ave., Boston Sch ool: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, ping pong GEORGE R, CAMPOT 313 East Eighth St., So. Boston School: St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition: To be a success College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 4; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4. EDWARD R. CANNON " Big Ed " 117 Crawford St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be happy PAUL W. CAREY 25 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: A career of law College: Harvard Hobbies Photography, music, electronics Honors L3, M2; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize L3; Year¬ book Staff 4; Health Room Corps 3, 4; Captain. NEAL CARMEN " Kid " 582 Walk Hill St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a successful journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Boating, sports, mu¬ sic Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4; Record Staff 2; Discussion Club 4 Band 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2 . PAUL J. CARROLL 552 E. 8th St., South Boston School: St. Francis Seminary Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Honor Roll 4; Library Corps 4. PAUL R. CHERNOV " Paul " 33-Woolson St., Mattapan School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To make a million Hobbies: Photography, sports JACK CHESTER " Jack " 27 Lome St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be the first man to reach the moon College: Northeastern Hobbies: Radio, astronomy, weight lifting French- Club 2; Patrol 4; Track 2 . WILLIAM E. CHIAIESE " Bill " 45 Leonard St., Dorchester School: Saint Ambrose Ambition: To be a success in the world of music College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, weight lifting, wrestling Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Drum and Fife 1. ARNOLD P. CHINETTI " Gyp " 333 Quincy St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To graduate College: Martime Academy Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 2 . FRANK R. CIAMPA " Champ " 16 Gladstone St., East Boston School: Saint Lazarus Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Burdett Hobbies: Football, traveling Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 3; Of¬ fice Aide 1; Room Counci¬ llor 1; Basketball Manager 1; Football 1. CHARLES F. CLARK " Mike " 22 Humphreys St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To graduate College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors S2; Room Councillor 2. KENNETH F. COFFEY “Ken " 27 Pleasant St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music. Honors FI; Patrol 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3. JAMES ) ' . COLARUSSO " Jim " 147 Cottage St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition To make a lot of money College: Northeastern Lawrence Prize E7; Yearbook Staff 4; Switchboard 3, 4; Library CorDs 4; Captain. WILLIAM M. CONCANNON " Connie " 20 Marmion St., Jamaica Plain School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: To be an aviator Hobbies: Hunting, firearms Patrol 1; Room Councillor 1; Track 2; Cross Country 1. BRENDAN M. CONNELL “B ren " 80 Wellsmere Rd., Roslindale School: Public Latin Ambition: To be successful College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors E2, FI, Ml; Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Discussion Club 4; Room Athletic Coun¬ cillor 4; Baseball 2; Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Track 2. MARTIN j. CONWAY “Bob " 29 Taft St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, music Honors FI, Ml; Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 1, 2. STANLEY L. COOPER “Stan " 29 Castlegate Rd., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To become a social and financial success College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, sports Honors M2; Yearbook Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Athletic Council¬ lor 3; Junior Achievement 3; Picture Committee; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4. JOHN R. COUGHLIN “Mecca " 37 Symphony Rd., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To play for the Chi¬ cago Bears College: St. Francis Xavier Hobbies: Sports, harmonica, western music Patrol 2; Room Councillor 2; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Baseball 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1. ANTHONY V. COVIELLO " Sugey " 149 Cottage St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a draftsman College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Airplane modeling Football 2, 3, 4. THEODORE A. CRITIKOS " Teddy " 7 Frost Ave., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Records, singing, clarinet, accordion French Club 2; Band 3, 4; Track 3, 4. JOHN j. CROWLEY " Jack " 36 Harlow St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Travel, sports Room Athletic Councillor 1; Football 2; Track 1. CORNELIUS A. CUNNINGHAM, JR. " Neil " 12 Dewey St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Science, music, track Honors HI, FI, M3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize E2, E3, S4; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Library Corps 3; 1st Lieutenant; National Honor Society 3, 4; Track 3, 4. JAMES R. CURRAN " Big Jim " 74 Field St., Roxbury School: Martin Ambition: To be a boys ' soci¬ al worker Hobbies: Arts, sports Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4. WALTER R. CUSKEY " Wally " 147 Milton Ave., Hyde Park School: Bigelow Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports, music, art Band 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 4. RAYMOND D. DAUPHINEE " Ray " 125 Florence St., Roslindale School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Photography, stamps Honors E2, F2, F3, Ml; Honor Roll 2, 4; French Club 4; Discussion Club 4. PAUL F. DEADY " Stretch " 26 Bournedale Rd., Jamaica Plain School: Public Latin Ambition: To be successful and to get my wings College: Boston .College Hobbies: Sports, autos Honors S2, M2, M” 5 , W2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 3,4; Room Councillor 3; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4; Lieutenant. LAWRENCE H. DELOREY " Larry " 46 Colonial Ave., Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To find a trade Hobbies: Sports Honors Ql, W2; Glee Club 1; Patrol 2, 3. JOHN A. DeLUCA " Jack " 33 Sumner St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a stock brok¬ er College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club 2; Music Ap¬ preciation 2; Room Athletic Councillor 1, 2; Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; Tennis 1; Patrol 4. JOSEPH A. DiSALVO " Big Joe D. " 241 Webster St., East Boston School: Our Lady of Assump¬ tion Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors El, E2; Honor Roll 1; Yearbook 4; French Club 3; Stamp Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 3; 1st Lieutenant. CARMEN V. DiSCIULLO " Carmy " 258 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To Be an account¬ ant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize 1; Office Aide 4; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4. RICHARD R. D ' lTALIA “Dick " 114 Everett St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a musician College N. E. Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Woodwork Pianist for Glee Club 4. RICHARD A. DIXON “Dick " 604 Tremont St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a teacher College: Gordon Hobbies: Sports Honors Dl; Band 3, 4; Drum and Fife 1. EDWARD V. DOLBEARE “Eddie " 42 Lincoln St., Hyde Park School: W. B. Rogers Ambition: To be a Y.M.C.A. worker Hobbies: Y.M.C.A., sports Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize C3; Office Aide 4; 1st Lieu¬ tenant. EDWARD H. DOLINS “Buddy " 45 Hosmer St., Mattapan School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be an electrical engineer Hobbies: Photography WALTER A. EDEN “Wally " 32 Clarendon St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a success in the field I choose Honor Roll 4; Chess Club 1; Patrol 4; Track 1. EUGENE R. ELLIS “Gene " 30 Wabon St., Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an aeronau¬ tical engineer Hobbies: Track Room Councillor 2; Room Ath¬ letic Councillor 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 4. THOMAS A. ERCOLINE “Tom " 282 Lamartine St., Jamacia Plain School: B. C. High Ambition: To be an engineer College: University of Massa¬ chusetts JOHN A. FARROW “Whip " 20 Blanche St., Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s, Neponset Ambition: To stop laughing Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; 2nd Lieuten¬ ant; Track 1, 3. JACK FERRANTE “Jake " 142 Paris St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a WBZ-TV cameraman Hobbies: Radio eguipment, swimming Honors E2, E6, Gl, G2, M2, B2, Kl, Dl; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Patrol 4; Health Room Corps 3; Room Councillor 4; 1st. Lieutenant. ALFRED S. FIORE " Al " 147 Dana Ave., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors FI, Ml; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize El; Pat¬ rol 2, 3, 4. IRWIN M. FISHER " Fish " 136 Seaver St., Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a dentist College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Athletics, music Health Room Corps 4. WILLIAM D. FITZGIBBON " Fitz " 29 Wellesley Pk., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: Boston Clerical School Hobbies: Hockey JOHN FITZPATRICK " Fitz " 72 Winthrop St., Charlestown School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a printer Hobbies: Sports MICHAEL D. FLAHERTY " Mike " 22 Mellen St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors Gl. NICHOLAS T. FLYNN " Nick " 19 Dalton St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a musician College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, photography, travelling, reading Honor Roll 3; Music Apprecia¬ tion, President; Patrol 2, Of¬ fice Aide 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3. JOHN A. FORCUCCI 7 Granfield Ave., Roslindale School: Michelangelo Hobbies: Model airplanes Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2. SHERWIN FORMAN " Sonny " 64 Hillside St., Roxbury School: Timilty College: Duke University Baseball 3; Basketball 2, 3. GERALD I. FRADKOFF ”Jer " 15A Norwell St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an aeronau¬ tical engineer College: Universitv of Cali¬ fornia Hobbies: Music Patrol 4; Office Aide 3; Health Room Corps 3; 2nd Lieuten¬ ant; Basketball 3. JOSEPH L. FRANCIS " Muscles " 7 Doris St., Dorchester School: St. William ' s Ambition: To be a success in business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, model build¬ ing Patrol 3; 1st. Lieutenant; Track 2, 3, Manager 4. NATHAN T. FREEDMAN " Naty " 25 Crowell St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Suffolk Hobbies: Fishing, swimming Glee Club 3, 4. STANLEY FREEDMAN " Stan " 691 Broadway, Saugus School: Malden High Ambition: To be an industrial manager College: Ohio State University French Club 3, 4; 1st Lieuten¬ ant; Football 3; Track 2. LESTER A. FROST " Frostie " 15 Peverell St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a success in life College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 4; Room Councillor 2; Room Athletic Councillor 2; 2nd. Lieutenant; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2. ROBERT C. GAGIN " Bob " 79 Homer St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Northeastern Honors El; Lawrence Prize HI; Glee Club. WILLIAM C. GALLAGHER “Bumps " 402 Ashmont St., Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s College: Northeastern Glee Club 3, 4; Library Corps 4; Room Spelling Champion 2, 4; Baseball 1; Football 1; Track 1. JOSEPH F. GALLISON “Joe " 598 East Seventh St., South Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a physicist College: West Point Hobbies: Sports, public speak¬ ing, collecting stamps Honors F3, M2. C2; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize M2; Yearbook 4; Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 3; Library Corps 4; National Honor So¬ ciety 4; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3; Captain and Drum Major 4. MYRON E. GARBER " Mike " 136 Capen St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors LI, Ml, M2; Lawrence Prize LI; Room Athletic Councillor 2, 4; Good Govt. Day Representative 2; 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 1, 3; Football 2, 3; Track 2. 3. RICHARD A. GARLAND 75 Howard Ave., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell U. S. Armed Forces Switchboard 2. SAMUEL J. GATEMAN " Sammy " 118 Hutchings St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a commercial artist College: Massachusetts School of Art Hobbies: Mountain Climbing Baseball: Manager 2. JOHNNY W. GAVIN “Chico " 119 Appleton St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a mortician College: Boston School of Anatomy and Embalming Hobbies: Sports Band 1, 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY J. GEARIN " Tim " 33 Lyon St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a telephone engineer Hobbies: Sports, automobiles Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 1; Room Councillor 4; 1st. Lieu¬ tenant. GENO R. GEMMATO 49 No. Russell St., Boston School: Peter Faneuil College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, swimming, sports, cars Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize F3, 12, 13; Office Aide 4. ATTILIO ) ' . GIAMPA " Artti " 14 Margaret St., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a school teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, fishing Lawrence Prize II; Fidelity Prize 3; Glee Club 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band 4; 2nd Lieutenant; Pa¬ trol 4. RICHARD GIBBS " Richie " 744 West Roxbury Parkway, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: To be an accountant College Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music Track 2. WALLACE F. GIBBS " Yum Yum " 22 Gaylord St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Bentley ' s Glee Club 4; Music Apprecia¬ tion 4; Track 4; Golf 1, 2. RICHARD S. GIGLIO Dick " 115 Pleasant St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston Teachers ' Col¬ lege Hobbies: Post card collection, coin collection Band 2, 3, 4. MILES M. GILBERT " Gil " 606 Walk Hill St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Stamp, coin, post card, pennant collections Junior Achievement. FRANCIS A. GIROUX " Roxy " 41 Horan Way, Jamaica Plain School: St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition: To be an accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Coins Patrol 4; Office Aide 3; Base¬ ball 3; Track 4. MAYER A. GLIMCHER " Doc " 125 Homestead St., Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To become a suc¬ cessful surgeon College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music Honor Roll 2; French Club 3; Health Room Corps 3; 2nd. Lieutenant; Junior Achieve¬ ment. MARK G. GOLDBERG " Marky " 333 Fuller St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Connecticut Universi¬ ty Hobbies: Sports MELVIN H. GOLDFARB " Mel " 164 Allston St., Allston School: W. H. Taft Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, sports French Club 3. PAUL GOLDMAN " Little Prof " 39 Theodore St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Coins, aviation, sports Discussion Club 2, 3; Patrol 4; Office Aide 3; Baseball 3; French Club 2, 3; Health Room Corps 2. GERALD A. GOODMAN “Jerry " 365 Harrison Ave., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To succeed in life College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, sports, mechanics Band 2, 3, 4; Drum and Fife 1. RONALD V. GOSCINAK " Ronnie " 72 Crockett Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be successful College: Northeastern Hobbies: Television, photogra¬ phy Fidelity Prize 3; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; 2nd. Lieutenant. HAROLD A. GOULD " Harry " 40 Dwinell St., West Roxbury School: Mission Ambition: To be a business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, sports Discussion Club 3; French Club 3; Patrol 3; Hockey 2. RICHARD E. GRAUDIN " Dick " 318 Beech St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a teacher College: Concordia Teachers College Hobbies: Stamps, photography Camera Club 2; Captain; Track 2, 3. MAX B. GREENBERG " Maxie " 6 Greenock St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Model ship building Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Track 2; Tennis 2. BURTON A. GROSSMAN 55 Hiawatha Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Hobbies: Sports JOHN A. GUAZZOROTTI 85 Everett St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an opera singer College: Conservatory of Mu¬ sic Hobbies: Music, art Honors B2, W2; Soloist for Glee Club; Switchboard 3, 4. JOHN N. GUINTA 2 Brown St., Roxbury School: St. Rita LAWRENCE J. HAGERTY " Larry " 57 Wellesley Park, Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston Teachers ' Col¬ lege Hobbies: Skiing, handball Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Track 3, 4. DONALD J. HALPIN " Don " 31 Matched St., Brighton Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Tufts French Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 1, 2; Chair¬ man, Yearbook Committee; Captain DANIEL G. HARRINGTON " Danny " 3294 Washington St., Jamaica Plain School: Bowditch College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography Room Councillor 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3. RALPH M. HARRIS " Ricardo " 69 Humboldt Ave., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, Captain 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 2, 3, 4. ERNEST A. HARRISON " Harry " 1 Tolman Place, Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honors E2, M2; French Club 2, 3; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Lieutenant. PAUL R. HAZELUM " Dick " 80 Olney St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s College: Massachusetts Trade Hobbies: Athletics Honors Ml; Fidelity Prize 1; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Co-Cap¬ tain 4; Track 1. RICHARD T. HERD " Dick " 871 Beacon St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be an actor College: Staley ' s Hobbies: Literature, painting, music, photography Honors E6, B2, K2, Ql; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize E6, K2; Fidelity Prize 3; Year¬ book Staff 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Discussion Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Camera Club 2, 3; Patrol 3, 4; Library Corps 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Track 1. GERALD HILL " Gerry " 585 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be successful College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors HI, H2, H3, M2; Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Drum and Fife 2; Class Office 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT W. HOLMES " Bob " 35 Trapelo St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Football, swimming Football 3, 4. FRED HOLTZMAN " Freddy " 119 Ormond St., Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, hockey Honors E2, L2, SI, S2, M2, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Vice-President, National Honor Society 4; 2nd. Lieu¬ tenant. MARTIN H. HUNT " Hunto " 20 Theodore St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Dancing, reading, sports Honors M2, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; French 2, 3; Office Aide 2; Captain. LOUIS J. HURLEY " Lou " 247 West Newton St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a sports an¬ nouncer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, music Music Appreciation 4; Track 4. JOSEPH A. IERARDI " Joe " 30 Millet St., Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Music Honor Roll 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Member of Prom Committee; 1st. Lieu¬ tenant. CHARLES E. ITCHKOVOITZ " Itchy " 46 Wildwood St., Drchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a business executive College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors SI; Honor Roll 3, 4; French Club 2; Patrol 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4; 2nd Lieutenant. FRANK D. JACKSON " Don " 38 Greenwich Pk., Boston School: Roxbury Memorial Ambition: To be a musician College: Kentucky State Band 4; Basketball 4. JURIS JAUNZEMS 109A Dartmouth St., Boston School: Melrose High Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Good crime novels, soccer, volleyball, fishing JOSEPH P. JEPSEN “Joe " 101 Walnut St., Neponset School: St. Ann ' s Ambition: To be a business man College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 4; Patrol 4; Library Corps 1; Representative to Junior Red Cross 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Committee 3; President 4; Captain; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM G. JOHNSON " Bill " 7 Concord Sq., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Sports Honors H2. EARL A. JORDAN “Earl " 148 Geneva Ave., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To become a mem¬ ber of the E. H. S. faculty College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, music Yearbook Staff 1, 2, 3; Record Staff 1, 2; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3. EDWARD L. KABLER " Eddy " 119 Ormond St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a first class engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 2; Glee Club 2, 3. ROBERT M. KAGAN " Bob " 712 Morton St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a successful advertiser College: Northeastern Hobbies: Music, bowling, baseball French Club 2; 1st. Lieutenant. JOHN KALINOUSKY " Johnny " 28 Monadnock St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To engage in fore¬ ign trade College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 2; French Club, Camera Club, Discussion Club, Ten¬ nis 2, 3, 4. IRING KALISH " Irv " 376 Norfolk St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of pharmacy Hobbies: Music, stamps Honors F2, F3; Boston Herald Spelling Bee, Sophomore Class Champion; Boston P ublic School Symphony Orchestra 2, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; 1st. Lieutenant. ROBERT J. KARLSBERG " Bob " 84 Erie St., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To enter U. S. Navy Hobbies: Bowling STEPHEN KAROGHLANIAN " Steve " 39 Champney St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a good phar¬ macist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports Honors Wl; Honor Roll 2, 4; Lawrence Prize Wl; Switch¬ board 3, 4; Health Room Corps 3; Room Councillor 4; Military Prize for individual Drill 3; Student Council. GERALD F. KENNEALLY “Radi " 155 Train St., Neponset School: St. Ann ' s Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. EDWARD W. KENNEDY “Eddy " 64 Dalessio Ct„ South Boston School: Gate of Heaven Ambition: To be a lawyer Hobbies: Sports GEORGE G. KING " Georgia " 65 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown School: Revere High Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Track 2, 3, Captain 4; Cross Country team, Co-Captain 2, 3. WILLIAM A, KNOWLES " Billy " 533 Massachusetts Ave.. Boston School: Dwight Hobbies: Sports Band 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JACK E. KOFFMAN " John " 565 Norfolk St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be somebody College: Boston University Hobbies: Guns Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3. DONALD A. KRAMER " Doc” 1183 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester School: Si. William ' s Ambition: To be a court steno¬ grapher Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Fidelity Prize 2. ARTHUR S. KRANSELER " Buddy " 34 Brainerd. Rd., Allston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling Honors El; Honor Roll 2; Band 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 2. ANTHONY R, LaBELLA " Tony” 102 Falcon St., East Boston Sshool: East Boston High Ambition: To be successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Golf 3, 4. VINCENT A. LaCONTE " Vinny " 47 Chelsea St., East Boston School: Mt. Carmel Hobbies: Sports Honors E6, H6, Ml, PI, Bl, B2, B3, K3, Ql; Honor Roll 1, 4; Lawrence Prize Bl, B2, B3; Yearbook Staff 4. DAVID R. LAPPIN " Dave " 25 Mt. Hood Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a doctor College Brandeis University Hobbies: Stamp collecting, sports Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; 1st. Lieutenant; Track 4. ROBERT J. LEONARD “Len " 1191 Boylston St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be in the Air Force College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, basketball SHELDON S. LEPPO " Beppo " 41 Winston Rd., Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Model airplanes Patrol 4; Room Councillor 4. DONALD S. LEVINE " Switchcord " 8 Kingsdale St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, radio Honors Gl, M7: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 3; Cam¬ era Club 2, 3; Chess Club 2; Office Aide 3, 4; Switch¬ board 3, Captain 4; Nation¬ al Honor Society 4; 2nd. Lieutenant. GERALD H. LEVY nr n Jerry 206 Woodrow Ave., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a business executive College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Captain. WILLIAM W. LEWIS " Billy " 446 Tremont St., Boston School: A. C. T. School Ambition: To be a mortician College: Boston School of Anatomy and Embalming Hobbies: Baseball, swimming Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Switch¬ board 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 2, 3, 4. WALTER J. LINCOLN " Abe " 51 Sullivan St., Charlestown School: Charlestown High Ambition: To be an electrical engineer Honors HI, M9; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize M9. ARTHUR R, LITE " Auto " 43 Cheney St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Honor Roll 3. RICHARD M. LONG " Dick " 184 L St., South Boston School: T. N. Hart Ambition: To be a teacher - coach College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club; Glee Club; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. PETER M. LoPILATO " Pete " 144 Chelsea St., East Boston School: Mt. Carmel Ambition: To be successful Patrol 1; Office Aide 1; Cap¬ tain; Baseball 1. FRANK P. LUONGO " Frank " 151 West Brookline St„ Boston School: Rice School Ambition: To be a major lea¬ gue ballplayer Hobbies: Stamps, sports French Club; Glee Club; 1st. Lieutenant; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. y - JOHN F. LYNCH " Johnny " 270 Huntington Ave., Boston School: Boston College High Ambition: To be a landscape gardner Hobbies: Sports HENRY A. McBRAIRTY 120 Union Park St., Boston School: Public Latin Honors E6, Ml, Bl, B2; Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize K3; Health ' Room Corps 4. STEPHEN J. McCABE " Steve " 26 Hawthorne St., Roslindale School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a coach College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Honors SI; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Fidelity Prize 2; Discussion Club 4; Glee Club 1; Patrol 4; Vice-President 3; E. H. S Good Government Day Rep¬ resentative; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. richard w. McCarthy " Dick " 62 Stockton St., Dorchester School: Public Latin College: Northeastern Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 4, Student Council 3. NORMAN R. MacCORMACK " Knocko " 604 East Seventh St. So. Boston School: Gate of Heaven Hobbies: Yachting Patrol 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4. JOSEPH P. McKEAN " Mac " 18 Inwood St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Stamp collecting, sports Joseph f. McKinnon 2 Cluney Court, Roxbury School: Dearborn eugene m. McLaughlin " Gene " 580 East Seventh St., So. Boston School: South Boston High Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club. RICHARD F. MAHAN " Dick " 6 Louise Park, Roxbury School: Lewis Hobbies: Sketching, listening to classical music French Club 3, 4. CHARLES E. MAMAKOS 726 Parker St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, swimming, golf Patrol 2; Band 3; Orchestra 3. LAWRENCE R. MANGONE " Larry " 64 London St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an officer in the Army College: Officers ' Training School Hobbies: Sports Honors FI, Ml; Captain. CHARLES M. MANOLI " Bunty " 56 Elmer Rd., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, dancing Honors M2. CHARLES f. MARCELONIS " Marcy " 105 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester School: St. William ' s College: Franklin Technical Institute Hobbies: Swimming GINO R. MARIANI " Gene " 68 Washington St., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1; French Club 2; Health Room Corps 4. JOSEPH MAROTTA " Joe " 88 Eutaw St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a naval of¬ ficer College: Annapolis Hobbies: Sailing, athletics Patrol 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Foot¬ ball 2, 3. GEORGE L. MASON “Babe ' ' 2 Carney Ct., Charlestown School: J. J. Williams Ambition: To have my own business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Football, cars Glee Club 2; Patrol 1. JOHN M. MEADOWS “Johnny ' ' 7 Riverside Place, Mattapan School: Cathedral High College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4. JOSEPH J. MEGNA “Buddy " 135 Paris St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, dancing Honors E3, Gl, G2, M3, P3, Wl, D3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Law¬ rence Prize G2; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Discussion Club; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Coun¬ cillor 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Awarded “Harvard Prize Book " 3; National Hon¬ or Society 4; 2nd. Lieuten¬ ant. ROBERT G. MELLEN “Bob " 990 South St., Roslindale School: St. Aidans High, Brookline Ambition: To be a business man College: St. Michael ' s, Vt. Hobbies: Sports GUY R, MEOLI “Guy " 1193 Saratoga St., E. Boston School: Si. Lazarus Ambition: To go to college College: Boston University Discussion Club 4; Room Ath¬ letic Councillor 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4. DONALD MESSINGER “Messy " 43 Regis Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To travel around the world College: Sewanee Conege Hobbies: Butterfies, dogs, basketball Football 4. GEORGE M. MILLER “Moe " ‘ 34 Lane Park, Brighton School: T. A. Edison MORRIS j. MILLER “Moe " 65 Lucerne St., Dorchester School: High School of Com¬ merce Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Chemistry, physics French Club 3. EDWARD T. MING “Eddie " 116 Hudson St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a success College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors LI, FI, Ml; Honor Roll 2; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; 2nd. Lieutenant. RICHARD F. MOLLOY “Dick ' ' 40 Carruth St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a shop teach¬ er College: Boston Teachers ' Col¬ lege Hobbies: Woodworking, swim¬ ming STANLEY D. MONTEIRO 44 Cabot St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a success Track 2. RICHARD E. MOORE " Richie " 35 Mystic St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a business man Hobbies: Sports Honors Q2; Track 2. ELLIOTT M. MORRIS ' Moe " 36 Glenway St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be an optometrist College: Tufis Hobbies: Sports Honors Wl; French Club 2, 3; 2nd Lieutenant; Track 2. JAMES R. MORRISSEY " Jimmy " 18 Weyanoke St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an aeronau¬ tical engineer College: Northrop Aeronau¬ tical Institute Hobbies: Sports, boating GORDON A. MORSE " Gordy " 30 West Selden St., Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an electronic engineer College: Wentworth Hobbies: Radio building, sports Honors K5; French Club 1, 2; Patrol 3. SIDNEY S. MOSTOW " Sid " 35 Theodore St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club; French Club. THOMAS F. MULLIN 30 Mt. Vernon St., Dorchester School: St. Frances de Sales Ambition: To be an engineer College Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2. JOHN F. MURANO " Johnny " School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an expert machine operator Honors Gl, D3; Honor Roll 2; Patrol 4; 2nd. Lieutenant. JOHN R. MURPHY " Murph " 262 Gallivan Blvd.. Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports RICHARD A. MUSMECI " Moose " 25 Capen St, Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Running 50 yard dash Patrol 3, 4; Captain; Football 3; Track 3, 4. EDWARD G. NAJJAR " Eddie " 12 High View Ave., West Roxbury School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Football, baseball, home craft, stamps Honors E2, LI, L2, FI, F2, F3, M3, P3, Wl; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 3; Year¬ book 4; Discussion Club 4; French Club 4; Patrol 4; Of¬ fice Aide 3, 4; Lieutenant- Colonel; Undergraduate Scholarship 3; Representa¬ tive at Boston Rotary Club 4; National Honor Society 3; President 4; Spelling Winner - 107 4. MYRON M NOLLMAN " Mike " 16 Peacevale Rd., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a psychologist Colleae: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports French Club 1; Band 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS X. NORTON Skinhead " 13 Harvard St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a business man College: Northeastern Hobbies: All sports Honors H3; 2nd. Lieutenant; Hockey 3; Track 2, 3. ALFRED J. O ' BRIEN " Al " 53 Hamilton St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To get rich Hobbies: Baseball Office Aide 2, 3; Switchboard 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 2; Room Councillor 2. PAUL S. OLSON " Ole " 3 Allen St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Golf, books Football 1. RALPH P. PANICO 94 Marcella St., Roxbury School: Timilty Ambition: To be a ballplayer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, football, basketball Honor Roll 2, 3. DONALD J. PAXTON 419 Old Colony Ave., South Boston Schaol: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a business man Colleae: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors H6, B3: Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize HI; Fidelity Prize 1; Captain. JOHN P. PERRY " Jack " 107 Evans St., Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To be an electron¬ ic engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, working Lieutenant. JOSEPH K. PIERONI " Joe " 19 Levant St., Dorchester School: Mission High Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honors L3; Honor Roll 3, 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; Switchboard 3. LEONARD C. PIKE " Piccador " 21 Fessenden St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a radio and TV operator College: Massachusetts Radio and Television Hobbies: Radio, TV, billiards Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Switchboard 3, 4; 1st. Lieu¬ tenant: Gclf 4. RICHARD E. POLITO 75 Lubec St., East Boston School: Mi. Carmel Ambition: To go to college College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3, 4; Patrol 3; Mem¬ ber of Picture Committee FRANCIS j. PORTER " Porky " 28 Edwin St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Baseball 2, 3; Track 2 . HERBERT C. POSTIN, JR. " Ho-bart " 53 Saxton St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an advertis¬ ing salesman College: Boston Clerical School Hobbies: Bowling Band 3; Tennis 1. PHILIP L. POVERMAN " Fishy " 16 Wildwood St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thomoson Ambition: To be a doctor College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports, dancing, drawing Honors M2, C2; Honor Roll 1, 3, 4; French Club 2; Discus¬ sion Club 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Captain. ELLIOT I. PRITZKER 74 Astoria St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an electrician Hobbies: Sports Honors SI; Football 2, 3. DANIEL A. QUALTER " Danno " 155 Eustis St., Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To join the Navy Hobbies: Football Switchboard 1, 2. FRANCIS j. QUALTER " Frank " 9 Annapolis St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Baseball Honors Gl; Honor Roll 3; Fide¬ lity Prize 3; Stamp Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2; Health Room Corps 4; Room Councillor 3; 1st Lieutenant. GILBERT RABINOVITZ 44 Mildred Ave., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg 1st. Lieutenant. JAMES W. RAFFERTY " Raff " 16 Stonehurst St., Dorchester School: High School of Com¬ merce Ambition: To be a court sten¬ ographer Hobbies: Piano Honors E2, FI, F2, M2, B2, Ql; 1st. Lieutenant BYRON j. RICKETTS " By " 429 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a biological chemist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, nature, basketball Camera Club 1; Patrol 4; Band 3, 4; Tennis 1. THOMAS M, RILEY 160 Orange St., Roslindale School: William E. Russell Ambition: To graduate Hobbies: Bowlina Room Councillor 2, 3. RICHARD A. ROBINSON " Dick " 34 Homes Ave., Dorchester School: Public Latin College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball Room Councillor 2; Captain. JOSE H. RODRIGUEZ " Deacon ' 106 Chelsea St. ( East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a commercial artist College: Rhode Island School of Design Hobbies: Art, riding, sailing Lawrence Prize S2; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4; Record Staff 2; Switch¬ board 4; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Secretary, Student Council; Chairman, Prom Committee; Captain. THEODORE E. ROLLINS " Ted " 92 Glendower Rd., Roslindale School: Public Latin College: University of Connec¬ ticut Hobbies: Skating, baseball Patrol 4. JOSEPH M. ROSEN " Joe " 132 Devon St., Roxbury School ' Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4; Track 2, 3. EDWARD M. nOSENBERG " Eddie " 204 Woodrow Ave., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an aeronau¬ tical engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Model airplanes, fishing Honors SI, Ml, M2, M3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club; Patrol 3, 4; Captain. STEPHEN S. RUGGIERO 10 Elven Rd., Roslindale Schoal: Francis Parkman College: Holy Cross Yearbook Staff 4; Pa ' rol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Drum and Bugle 3; Baseball Co-Captain 3, 4; Football Co-Captain 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. NORMAN L. SACKS " Stretch " 196 Columbia Rd., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be a shoe manu¬ facturer Hobbies: Horse back riding Honors K5; Track 2, 3; Tennis 2 . SALVATORE J. SAIA " Salvy " 91 Chambers St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4; Band, Librarian; Captain. HENRY G. SALAMY 3312 Washington St., Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, chess photography, stamps Honors FI, F2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 4; Captain. VITO M. SAMMARCO “Vito " 14 Bremen St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a school teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Glee Club, Vice President 4: Patrol 4; Room Councillor 2; Colonel; Cheerleader 4. LARRY SANDLER " Bucky " 108 Columbia Rd., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell College: Leland Powers Hobbies: Pantomime, sports Patrol 1; Drum and Fife 1; Band 2. FRANK R. SANTANIELLO 26 Grady Court, East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a salesman Hobbies; Sports Patrol 3. ROBERT J. SANTOSUOSSO " Bob " 87 Chambers St., Boston School: Wm. Blackstone Ambition: To be a civil en gineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4. ERIC V. SARGENT " Sarge " 152 Cabot St., RoxPury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a musician College: Boston University Hobbies: Science fiction Patrol 1; Baseball 3. JOHN H. SAWYER " Jack " 329 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, bowl¬ ing, swimming Honors E6, B2, Wl; Honor Roll 3, 4; Camera Club; Patrol 2; Library Corps 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Captain. PHILIP S, SCHAFFER " Flippo " 42 Winston Rd., Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Stamp collecting model airplanes, sports Honors F3, SI, S2, M2, M4, P3, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Law¬ rence Prize SI, P3; Fidelity Pnze 2; Office Aide 4- Room Councillor 4; Alumi Commit¬ tee; Captain. ROBERT A. SEARLE " Bob " 80 Carruth Si., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Drumming, dancing, sports Honors B2, B3; Honor Roll 4; Lawrence Prize B2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Captain; Boston Public School Symphony Band 2, 3; Treasurer 2; Secretary 3; Boston Public School Sym¬ phony Orchestra 2, 3, 4. IRA H, SEGALOFF 14 Gannett St., Roxbury School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be o: chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography JASON M. SELDEN Jay” 21 Fessenden St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Baseball 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Color Guard 3, 4. HENRY S. SELIG " Hank " 44 East Newton St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a commercial artist Hobbies: Movies, popular records Patrol 4; 2nd. Lieutenant. DAVID A. SESNOVICH " Dave " 185 Cambridge St., Boston Ambition: To be an electronics engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Popular music, sports radio CHARLES T. SHADDOCK 265 Cabot St., Roxbury School: Rice FREDERICK G. SHEA " Smiley " 114 Nonantum St., Brighton School: Our Lady of Presenta¬ tion Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Annapolis Hobbies: Sports Honors Ml; Honor Roll 1; French Club 3; Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; 1st Lieutenant; Foot¬ ball 4; Track 3, 4; Golf 4. ALAN R. SHNEIDER " Blackie " 9 Balsam St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a radio an¬ nouncer College: Leland Powers Hobbies: Sports, popular music JUDAH D. SHUSTER " Judd " 69 Stanwood St., Dorchester School: Public Lation Ambition: To be a treasury agent College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2; 1st. Lieutenant; Basketball 1; Color Gugrd MARTIN W. SIEGAL " Marty " 131 Chambers St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a dentist College: Boston College Hobbies: Reading, social func¬ tions, sports Honors: H6, L4, G2; Honor Roll 4; French Club 4; Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Patrol 4. HERBERT G. SIMMONS " Spunky " 165 Crawford St., Roxbury School; Lewis Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee; Track 2. SAUL SIMON " Sauly " 69 Hazelton St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To become an ar¬ chitect and draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Dancing, bowling, swimming, stamp collecting Honors Dl, D2; French Club 3; Captain. ROBERT M. SIMONETTI " Simi " 49 West Cottage St., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports, music Honors M2; Lawrence Prize HI; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2; Track 2. LEONARD SINGER " Lenny " 40 Zi Glenway St., Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: To be a dentist College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports Honors F4; Honor Roll 4; Dis¬ cussion Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3; 1st. Lieutenant; Baseball 2; Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. HARVEY L. SINMAN " Harv " 27 Johnston Road, Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Photography, sports Glee Club 2, 3 Track 2, 4. GEORGE SMALL 36 Browning Ave., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To become a certi¬ fied public accountant College: Bentley School of Ac¬ counting and Finance Hobbies: Sports, music, danc¬ ing Patrol 3. MELVYN G. SNIDMAN " Mel " 90 Wellington Hill, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To become a phar¬ macist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Chess, checkers, sports, music French Club 4; Ch ess Club 2; Discussion Club 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4. PAUL SPIEGEL " Spieg " 132 Callender St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, sports Patrol 3, 4; Basketball 2. CHARLES E. SPURR " Chuck " 11A Dalton St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an account¬ ant College: Boston University FREDERICK M. STANLEY " Fred " 54A Gainsboro St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To join the U. S. Navy JOHN H. STANTON " Johnny " 37 Chesbrough Rd., West Roxbury School; Cheverus Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston University JACK STARR " Jackie " 57 North Russell St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Music Honors F3; French Club 4; Discussion Club 4. ROBERT J. STEMPLER " Bob " 46 Radnor Rd., Brighton School: Bigelow Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Temple Hobbies: Sports Honors FI; 1st. Lieutenant- Baseball 3; Track 2, 3, 4. GERALD STERN " Jerry " 43 Theodore St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a business man College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club. JOHN F. STEVENSON " Steve " 1 Stockton St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a success College: Wagner School of Ar: Hobbies: Sign painting, trum¬ pet Honors D1; Band 2, 4. SANFORD R. STEWART " Sandy " 50 Greendale Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Drawing, baseball Discussion Club. EIZENS A. STREIPS " Gene " 1C9A Dartmouth St., Boston School: Latvian H. S. in Ger¬ many Ambition: To be an engineer College:. Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, dancing, mu¬ sic Patrol 4; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Lieutenant. DONALD R„ STUART " Babe " 48 Rockne Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an architect College: Syracuse Honors M3, M7, D2; Secretary- Hobbies: Art, music, swim¬ ming, football Treasurer 3, 4; 5 Scholastic Art Awards; 1st. Lieutenant; Football 2, 3, 4; Golf 4. ARTHUR j. SULLIVAN " Rabbit " 70 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a coach College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Honors M2; Honor Roll 1; Fidel¬ ity Prize 1; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Prom Commit¬ tee; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. jOHN F. SULLIVAN " Sully " 54 Turner St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors SI; 1st. Lieutenant; Hockey 2, 3, 4. JOHN L. SULLIVAN " Sully " 25 Gavin Way, So. Boston School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball Honors B3. STANLEY R. SWARTZ " Junior " 132 Glenway St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baking, horseback riding, fishing Honors Wl; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Patrol 4; 1st. Lieutenant. MITCHELL J. TAWA " Marky " 34 Dwight St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a bookkeeper College: Northeastern Hobbies: Checkers, cards Patrol. ANTHONY J. TEDESCO " Red " 140 Havre St.. East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be an accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, model planes, drawing, volunteer leader¬ ship Honors B2, Dl, D2; Honor Roll 4; Lawrence Prize D2; Glee Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Executive Committee 4; Student Coun¬ cil 3. DAVID M. TERRY " Dave " 44 Waldemar Ave., E. Boston School: St. Lazarus Ambition: To be a federal a- gent College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Football 4; Hoc¬ key 3, 4. THOMAS C. THISSELL “This " 46 Draper St., Dorchester School: Public Latin College: Boston Teachers Col¬ lege Hobbies: Golf, bowling, music Honors M2; Honor Roll 3; Dis¬ cussion Club; Patrol 3, 4; Captain; Golf 3, 4. JOHN N. THOMAS 604 Parker St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Records Patrol 2, 3; Drum and Fife 2, 3. LAFAYETTE L. THOMAS " Skip " 47 Marcella St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be an aeronau¬ tical engineer College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports, model build¬ ing, fishing Room Athletic Councillor 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES J. TURLEY " Jim " 9 McDonough Way, So. Boston School: Wm. E. Russell Ambition: To make a million or more College: Illinois Hobbies: Gymnastics, swim¬ ming, baseball, records, movies Honors Gl; Patrol 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant; Football 1; Hoc¬ key 2; Track 3, 4; Golf 4. RICHARD C. TURNER " Dickie " 15 Haskins St ., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Prairie View, Texas Hobbies: Basketball, fishing, music, baseball Patrol 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; 1st. Lieutenant; Basket¬ ball 2. LOUIS A. VANGEL " Louie " 24 Kingsboro Pk., Jamaica Plain School: Jamaica Plain H. S. College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, dancing Honors K5; Discussion Club 4; Glee Club 4; Room Council¬ lor 3. ANGELO B VENEZIANO " Ang " 35 Salutation St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College; Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors FI, M2; Honor Roll 2; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4. HERBERT I. WALLACE " Herb " 82 Nelson St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To enter the busi¬ ness world College; Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, stamp col¬ lecting Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2. FRANCIS R. WALSH " Frank " 137 Centre St., Roxbury School: Timilty Ambition: To enter business College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 4. ROBERT M. WALSH " Fingers " 51 Florida St., Dorchester School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: To be a translator of hieroglyphics College: Wentworth Institute Lawrence Prize 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Glee Club 4; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Base¬ ball 1; Track 1. WILLIAM C. WELCH " Bill " 13 Fernald Terr., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To become a busi¬ ness man College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing Honors W2; Patrol 3; Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Switchboard 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 2; Football 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK N. WENTWORTH 35 Johnson Rd., Arlington School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Switchboard 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1, 2, 3. PAUL J. WENTWORTH 35 Johnson Rd., Arlington School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2; French Club 2; Patrol 4; Captain; Golf 1. JOHN J. WHELAN " Way " 36 Pearl St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a commerical artist College: Vesper George Art School Hobbies: Billiards, bowling, sports Honors Dl, D2; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum and Fife 1, 2. HERBERT A. WHITE " Herb " 155 ' Almont St., Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a singer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Music, records, voice French. Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4. NEIL S. WHITE " Neil " 65 Lucerne St., Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Co.- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Chemistry, sports Chess Club 2. VERNON E. WHITE " Whity " 29 Varick Rd„ West Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To join the U. S. Navy Track 2. ARTHUR H. W. WILLIAMS " Artie " 116 Bower St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; French Club 4; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Captain; Basketball 4; Track 3. JOHN A. WILLIAMS " Moe " 68 Richfield St., Dorchester School: S;. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a cowboy College: Northeastern 2nd. Lieutenant; Football 1; Track 1. RONALD WOjTASINSKI 692 Massachusetts Ave., Boston School: Cathedral College: Massaschusetts Mari¬ time Academy Honor Roll 3; 1st. Lieutenant. HAROLD H. WOLF " Hal” 1292 Commonwealth Ave., Allston School: W. H. Taft Ambition: To be a famous pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of pharmacy Hobbies: Music, sports Honors C4; Patrol 4; Switch¬ board 3, 4; Health Room Corps 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Or¬ chestra 2; 2nd Lieutenant Boston Public School Sym¬ phony Band. 2, 3; Boston Public School Symphony Orchestra 3, 4. FON M. WONG 21 Harrison Ave., Boston School: In China Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: M. I. T. Honor Roll 1, 2, 4; Fidelity Prize 3. RICHARD H. WONG " Dick " 15 Nassau St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Hobbies; Baseball Orchestra 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Baseball 1. BERNIE T. WOODROW " Woody " 20 Donald Rd., Dorchester School; Public Latin College: Boston University Honors HI, FI, F2; Honor Roll 2; Yearbook 4; Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Ten¬ nis 2, 3, 4. JAMES R. WRENN " The Owl " 2085 Washington St., Roxbury School; Timilty College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Boating, fishing stamp collecting Tennis 3, 4. FRANCIS ). WRIGHT " Frank " 12 Bynner St., Jamaica Plan School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To be a trainer of horses College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 1. JOHN D. WRIGHT " Jacky " 17 Cunningham St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a business man College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Hobbies: Sports Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT K. YEE " Professor Yee " 21 Albany St, Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Coin collecting, pet cats Honors Bl; Patrol 2; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; 1st. Lieuten¬ ant. WARREN C. YEE 158 Warren St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a success College: Tufts Hobbies: Fishing Honor Roll 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Chairman, Alumni Commit¬ tee 4; Track 2. FRANKLIN A. ZARBA " Zarba " 83 Orleans St., East Boston School: St. Francis Seminary Ambition; To play trombone in Boston Symphony Or¬ chestra Hobbies: Records, music Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3. CARL E ZINNELL " Zinny " 4 Jenner St., Charlestown School: Ball High, Galveston, Texas Ambition: To make the best of my ability Hobbies: Cars, baseball Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3. ANGELO j. ZUCCO " Ang " 99 Barnes Ave., East Boston Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, athletics Honors LI; Honor Roll 1, 2; Patrol 4; Prom Committee 4; Alternate, Good Govern¬ ment Day Representative; 3; Captain; Baseball 3, 4. GERALD Y. CHIN 12 Hudson St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a physicist College: Harvard Hobbies: Chess, classical mu- sic Honors E4, H4, F3, M4, P3; Honor Roll 4; Fidelity Prize 3; Discussion Club 4; French Club 4; Massachusetts Hearst History Prize 4. THOMAS J. CONDON " Tom " 130 Bird St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a diplomat College: Boston College Hobbies: Piano, music Patrol 1; Library Corps 2; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Basketball 2, 3; Football 1; Track 1. MILTON L. DAVIS 7 Spring Terrace, Roxbury School: Lewis JOSEPH D. LANGILLE " Tubby " 32 Arbroth St., Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s, Neponset Ambition: To be a certified public accountant Hobbies: Sports ROBERT F. McCORMICK " Mac " 2 Wallace St., Charlestown School: Boston Trade Ambition: To work for the M. T. A. College: St. Lawrence Hobbies: Swimming, hockey Pauol 4; Room Athletic Coun¬ cillor 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2; Cap¬ tain 3, 4. CHARLES P. NADER " Charlie " 40 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Roxbury School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, danc- ina “flot Seen through the Camera’s Sye " ROBERT j. ADDUCI " Bob " 64 Norton St., Dorchester School: B. C. High Lawrence Prize R2; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Coun¬ cillor 2. WILBUR S. BEST " Ray " 5 Paul Si., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a musician Office Aide 3; Switchboard 3; Orchestra 2. JOHN D. BIAGI 7 Anderson St., Boston School: Barnstable H. S., Hy- annis RONALD V. BOUTTE 64 Chandler St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be an artist College: Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston Hobbies: Art, music French Club 2; Orchestra 1; Drum and Bugle 4. RONALD C. BRYANT 38 Symphony Rd., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a musician Band 3, 4. RAYMOND BUONTEMPO Ray " 17 Grady Ct. ( East Boston School: Donald McKay Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 3. JOHN P. BURNS 101 Bernard St., Dorchester School: St. Catherine ' s Ambition: To be a millionaire Lawrence Prize Ql. WILLIAM J. CARRIER " Billy " 18 Ball St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a business man Hobbies: Sports Drum and Bugle 3. ROBERT CARTER " Bob " 10 Autumn St., Boston School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: To be in Govern¬ ment Service College: University of Massa¬ chusetts Room Athletic Councillor 2. DONALD L. CASH " Don " 9 Melrose St., Boston School: N. Quincy High Ambition: To own my own riding school Hobbies: Collecting auto¬ graphs 1st. Lieutenant. JOHN C. J. CASSERLY " Skip " 39 St. Germain St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a journalist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, music Honors S3. SAUL COHEN- 97 Lucerne St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an X-ray technician Hobbies: Music, woodworking Patrol 2; Band 2, 4. JOHN F. COOLEY 41 Milford St., Boston School: Catheral High U. S. Navy. FRANCIS A. CORCELL " Hooks " 102 Belvidere St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To make $1,000, 000.01 College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, music Honors E2; Honor Roll 2; Bas¬ ketball 2. THOMAS J. COYNE " Tom " 51 Old Harbor St., So. Boston School: St. Augustines ' Ambition: To get rich Hobbies: Carpentry DANIEL J. CROWLEY 336 Beacon St., Boston School: Technical High ADRIEN E. DAVIS " Dave " 16 Wellington St., Boston School: Technical Ambition: To be a merchand¬ ising executive College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling, dancing, swimming Band 1; Drum and Bugle 2; Chess Club. PETER J. DeANGELO 123 Brighton St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To enter business College: Harvard Hobbies: Basketball, baseball PELLEGRINO M. DeSTASI 155 Chelsea St., E. Boston FRANK T. DONOVAN " Frank " 29 Webber St., Roxbury School: St. Rita ' s Ambition: To enter U. S. Navy Hobbies: Baseball, football LOUIS R. DUMONT " Butchie " 66 Waltham St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To bowl over a hundred College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling CURTIS F. ELIE " Curt " 102 Queensberry St., Boston School: W. H. Taft Ambition: To be a photo¬ grapher Hobbies: Photography Band 2, 3, 4. JAMES F. ETTRIDGE " Jimmy " 25 Gavin Way, So. Boston School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a dental technic ian Hobbies: Guitar Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 4; 2nd. Lieutenant; Track 1, 2, 3. EDWARD J. FINOCCHIARO 49 Mountfort St., Boston School: Dwight WILLIAM F. FLEMING " Bill " 61 Corona St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a certified public accountant JOHN P. GALLAGHER " Jack " 7 Adelaide St., Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas Aquinas Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hunting, fishing SAMUEL J. GATEMAN " Sammy " 118 Hutchings St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a commerical artist Hobbies: Sports Baseball Manager 3. DAVID S. GLOSS 28 Gerald Rd., Brighton School: Public Latin HOWARD G. HARTWELL " Howie " 18 S. Munroe Terr., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a social worker College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, boat¬ ing Honors L2; Lawrence Prize L2; Health Room Corps 3. JAMES G. HENNESSEY " Jim " 158 N. Beacon St., Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be an artist College: Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston Hobbies: Art Honors SI; Track 2. PAUL T. HURLEY " Paul " 31 Manning St., Roslindale School: St. Joseph ' s, Roxbury Ambition: To have my own business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Band 3. CHESTER ISAACS " Chet " 54 Angell St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an engraver Hobbies: Sports Baseball 1. THOMAS F. READY " Ringo " 11 Madeline St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be an athletic coach College: Boston University Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Foot¬ ball 2. PAUL F. KELLY 87 Belnel Rd., Hyde Park School: B. C. High U. S. Marines MICHAEL H. LAHAGE " Rudy " 681 Tremont St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a business man Patr ol; Office Aide. EUGENE T. LASSITER " Lass " 967 Tremont St., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a business man RICHARD P. LEEPING 273 Minot St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson U. S. Marines MELVIN I. LEVENSOHN " Mel " 19 Balsam St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thomason College: Northeastern Hobbies: Checkers, chess Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 4. MYRON LEVINE " Mikey " 21 Frontenac St., Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To make a million College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball JOHN T. LYNCH " Jack " 56 Shepton St., Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: To have unlimited success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sailing, swimming, music Honor Roll 4. david v. McCarthy " Mac " 271 Dartmouth St., Boston School: Roslindale High Ambition: To enter business james d. McCarthy 15 Allen St., Boston School: Public Latin JASON S, MARGET 77 Ballou Ave., Dorchester School: Revere High Ambition: To be chemical en¬ gineer College: Northeastern Honor Roll 4. RICHARD H, MARKS “Dick " 214 Commonwealth Ave., Boston School: Somerville High Ambition: To enter business Hobbies: Drawing LEONARD T. MARTIN 48 Robinwood Ave., Jamaica Plain School: Mission High U. S. Air Force EUGENE L. MURRAY " Gene " 8 Capen St., Dorchester School: B. C. High Ambition: To be an electronic engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Saving money Honors K5; Honor Roll 4. JOSEPH W. PALOMBO 51 Rockvale Circle, Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt Honors FI, F2; Honor Roll 2; Health Room Corps 2. HARLAND E. PARSONS “Buz " 49 Grampian Way, Dorchester School: Si. William ' s ROBERT F. PETRUS “Bob " 21 Bowdoin Ave., Dorchester School: Mather ROGER B. PETITPAS “Rocky " 22 Hubbardston Rd., Dorchester School: St. Rita ' s Ambition: To be a merchand¬ iser Hobbies: Baseball, football, hockey ANTHONY P. PEZZULO “Tony " 16 Fernald Terr., Dorchester School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To own a gas sta¬ tion Hobbies: Bowling, fishing Switchboard 1, 2; Captain, Baseball 2; Football 2, 3; Track 1, 2. WILLIAM J, PRIOR “Lou " 3981 Washington St., Roslindale School: Francis Parkman Hobbies: Sports Drum and Bugle 4. DANIEL M. PUOPOLO 70 Allen St., Boston School: William Blackstone GEORGE P. REARDON 17 Romsey St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To see the world Hobbies: Sports Baseball 3, 4; Track 4. ANTHONY R. RELLO “Jimmy " 20 Copeland St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To make a million Honors Bl, B2, B3; Honor Roll 1 . ARTHUR J. RICHARDS “Dick " 68 Grampian Way, Dorchester School: St. William ' s Ambition: To be a social worker College: Springfield Hobbies: Athletic Drum and Bugle 3; Baseball 1, 4. DONALD G. ROSS “Prince " 19 Dix St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Cars ALPHIEUS ROXAS 28 Greenwich Park, Boston School: Dwight GREGORY M. SARKISIAN “Sarkey " 53 Heath St., Jamaica Plain School: James P. Timility Ambition: To become a pilot College: Harvard Hobbies: Stamp collecting, football Room Councillor 3. WILLIAM D. TATUM 569 Massachusetts Ave., Boston School: Lewis Ambition: To be a steno¬ grapher College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, track, and more track Honor Roll 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD W. THOMPSON 34 Trotter Court, Roxbury School: J. P. Timilty U. S. Air Force WILLIAM D. THORNE “Bill " 17 Appleton St., Boston School: Tampa, Fla. Ambition: To be an accountant Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2; Basketball 2. ARTHUR E. TOBIS “Toby " 624 Norfolk St., Ma.tapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Colleae: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps Track 2. JAMES C. TOOKES “Jim " 6 Rutland Sguare, Boston School: Booker T. Washington, Norfolk, Virginia Ambition: To be an aviator College: University of Chicago Hobbies: Sports, photography; Patrol 3. FRANKLIN L, TOWBER “Frankie " 12 Castlegate Rd., Roxbury School: Monticello High Ambition: To be a lawyer College: University of Miami Hobbies: Records, basketball JOEL B. WIDERSHIEN “Joe " 243 Harvard St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To enter the busi¬ ness world Hobbies: Bowling, softball KENNETH R. WISENTANER “Ken " 13 Linwood Sq., Roxbury School: Holy Trinity Ambition: To be an F. B. I. agent College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 1, 2, 3; Base¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2. Cruising the Corridors What ho! Here we go, down an " up " stairway embarking on this our last cruise through the checkered corridors of the home of the Blue and Blue . . . GERALD HILL and " RED " TEDESCO certainly gave the class prestige as mem¬ bers of the Executive Committee. Next fall they will find out what their duties were supposed to have been ... If you see a crowd collecting, it ' s nothing to be alarmed about; most likely it ' s JACK KOFFMAN displaying his " E " . . . From the looks of some seniors ' report cards, many of us received our letters too . . . Nomination for official title of " mad chemist " : ARNOLD CHINETTI — with JACK CHESTER as his understudy . . . Big AL BERMAN is still running around the building looking for telephone operators or reasonable facsimiles . . . LENY PIKE says that he never saw a vitamin, but he ' d rather C than B1 . . . " MIKE " GARBER claims that exam questions never bother him. We bet that the answers do though . . . When asked why summer days are longer, ERNIE HARRISON answered that he thought that the heat must expand them . . . FORCUCCI and GIAMPA both missed the streetcar the other day. They stepped on the same piece of chewing gum and it held them back . . . LARRY HAGERTY claims he is getting rich from " overdues " in the school li¬ brary . . . DAVE GLOSS has decided to stop using the exclamation point. He says he isn ' t surprised at anything these days ... It seems as though East Bos¬ ton is running the E. H. S. senior class with such names as RODRIGUEZ, SAN MARCO, DI SALVO, TEDESCO, MEGNA, FERRANTE, COVIELLO, MEOLI, COLARUSSO, MURANO, MANGONE, D ' lTALIA, LA CONTE, LO PILATO (Spaghetti Special) always appearing in Committees, Drill, Staffs, Sports, Sen¬ ior Room Councillors, etc. ... We understand LONG, BEAN, COUGHLIN and Co. are jovial over their P2 successes (second year Pool) . . . STEVE RUGGIERO says we all owe a great debt to our teachers, but he won ' t elaborate on how we should pay it. . . . BURT GROSSMAN, we remember, found excellent sleep¬ ing quarters in the chemistry lecture room . . . Didn ' t we all? . . . CORCELLI: " The five secrets of happiness: Money, Money, Money, Money, Money . . . Due to MARK GOLDBERG ' S body-building sandwiches, SHELDON LEPPO is gradually growing . . . Quoting JOE DI SALVO on the Boston College exam, " We said a prayer at the beginning, and I said a prayer at the end " (He passed it) . . . NEAL CARMEN is modeling for one of those vitamin advertisements. You ' ve seen it, the one with the pictures, " Before " and " After " . Well, CAR¬ MEN is the one in the middle. (Joe to Neal — We ' re even now) . . ) Inside in¬ formation states that SINMAN, STEWART, AKELL, AVERGUN and SNIDMAN are rooming out at their famous Harvard Street resort in Mattapan, claiming that rooms are cheaper — See what three years up at English does to you . . . The only fault STEVE McCABE has to find with the school catalogue is that there are no girls listed. He always thinks of the practical end of things . . . CONNELL says he goes fishing just for the halibut . . . DAN CROWLEY is still being room tardy, much to the disgust of his heme reem teacher . . . FRANK SANTANIELLO explained to a stranger that we receive prophecies because we are interested in fortune telling. But that ain ' t the way I heard it . . . SAIA is worried because he smashed a clock, and thinks he will be arrested for killing time . . . GIL AT AMI AN rushed to aid with the claim that it was in self-defense because the clock struck first . . . Our good friend (?) SCOTTY BURNS says he wants his name in " Cruising— " ... Well, look here BURNS, who do you think vou are, wanting BURNS spread all over the pages of our fair magazine? Just for that we ' ll not mention BURNS at all, and that goes for thou also, CHIAIESE ... A bit of oraise to our Senior Class President JOE JEPSEN . . . Credit is given to FRANK CIAMPA and DICK McCARTHY for their duty as members of Mr. Falvey ' s Marine ' s . . . Looking at our latest greensheet we find that ELLIS, TA¬ TUM, KING, CAMPOT, and THOMAS are entered in the feature race at Won- derland ... In the complaint department — BILLY ANGELOPOULOS (try spell¬ ing it) complains that the water faucets in the cafeteria are all either too hot or too cold. He wants one that will be just medium . . . New Year ' s resolution: AL FIORE has made a vow never to copy a homelesson (at least in school) . . . On the other hand JOE GALLISON is planning to raise his rate for circulat¬ ing homelessons . . . Sign on a theatre: " They Died With Their Boots On " and selected shorts . . . ANGELO ZUCCO, when asked by his mother why he came home from school so late, replied " I overslept " . . . FRED SHEA claims that phy¬ sics is easy when you are taking chemistry . . . JOE MAROTTA says it is a cus¬ tom to wear neckties, but in English the custom is not to wear them unless you¬ ' re on patrol . . . Rumor has it that STAN COOPER is seen very often with a very charming young lady ... Is it true that SEARLE and CUSKEY are going barnstorming with Gene Krupa? . . . STAN FREEDMAN is still talking about his recent conquest out Malden way . . . WHELAN: " I don ' t know who I am. I was left cn a doorstep! CONCANNON: " Maybe you ' re a bottle of milk " . . . The Seniors ware happy when they got their parole papers on May 9 ... GRAUDIN has planned the most original way of cutting drill. He will march his whole company out of the building . . . SARKISIAN paid us to mention his name . . . JOE DI SALVO and NEAL CARMEN were supposed to turn in a hum¬ orous column for the Yearbook. Instead they turned in this ... We and the rest of the graduating class wish to thank Editor-in-chief PAUL CAREY and MR. HEINS for their tireless efforts on behalf of the Yearbook and we wish to con¬ gratulate them for the really swell items which have thereby resulted . . . With this item we bid farewell to English High . . . Before finishing, we on the Year¬ book Staff want to wish all of our classmates in the ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL, CLASS OF ' 52, Health, Wealth, Happiness, and Success from now till ever¬ more . . . tA ' aVm. o nrv. U Ar j sV, t ov-KV» ' -v " vV-, V ' " ' “ Ty , -vVTs sVu. av p Class Will We, the class of ' 52, in the act of bursting our educational shackles (having been adjudged of unsound minds and bodies) hereby declare this document to be our last will and testament and do bequeath the following: to Mr. Downey, our grateful thanks, but we still don ' t know how he does it year after year; to " Doc " Frazier, a classful of John D. Rockefellers, an overcoat so that he will no longer have to solicit funds for one, and a million thanks for ev¬ erything; to Mr. C. Keelon, best wishes for the success of his Frazier-Keelon fund; to the Physics Department, two or three new labs and a collection of shiny coins dipped in mercury; to Coach " Bill " Stewart a guide on how to play volleyball and best wishes for success with teams to come; to Messrs. Repetto and Traniello, subscriptions to Armstrong ' s little green sheet and sweepstakes tickets; to Mr. Adams, a class of gentlemen or in other words, a class that will heed his tall tales and threats; to Mr. Halloran, a new suitcoat so that he .might retire the one he has been wearing for the past two decades; to Mr. Bornstein, a complete supply of new books and our hopes he will be able to get rid of the decrepid old ones we have had to use; to Mr. Peacock, a few more ruggies for our great chess team; to Mr. Bob Evans, an audience with the Pope and our sincere hopes for a Republican President in 1952 (OUCH!!); to Mr. Clark, a ticket for the slow boat to China with a good supply of film and a camera; to Mr. Heins, an unabridged dictionary, a dozen or so William A. Whites for journalists, and a few photographers for success with the Year Books and Records in years to come; to Messrs. C. Murphy and M. Falvey, a motor scooter and a device that will detect cigarette smoke; to Messrs. Kopins and Fishman, a supply of unbreakable plates and bottles; to Mr. Duffy, Bob Mellen and Walt Lincoln, their plans for an English High swimming team; to Mr. Ronan, some way to convince " the powers that be " that Bill King is not really 19 years old; to Mr. Wilson, a toupee to match the color of his car; to Mr. " Chick " Evans, a supply of hair pins and a bottle of Wildroot cream hair oil; to Mr. F. O. Gifford, Jack DeLuca . . . nuf ced; to Mr. Phelps, a nice clean pair of white gloves; to Mr. Ward, another season on the Harvard baseball teams; to Mr. Simmons, a new golf bag and a year ' s supply of golf balls; to Mr. Lundin, a class full af " mamas " so that his pupils will no longer have to " Tell mama that . . . " to Mr. Hennessey, the school ' s telephone bill and a great year for young George at B. C. High; to the janitors — barrels, barrels, and more barrels of . . . rubbish; to our posterity — our carved up desks, battered lockers, and anything else they can use; to our Class Officers, their consciences; to the Three Musketeers: Conway, Coffey, and Atamian, our best wishes for the success of their tennis and chess teams; to the clan of McCabe, Long, Bean, and Sullivan, a course of instruction at Arthur Murray ' s; to the entire faculty, Carey and Gloss (that ' ll show them). In witness thereof Signed: PAUL F. DEADY PURDY A Cittle better A little better skill in posing, a little better likeness and Boston’s foremost imprint—and you have a much better photograph, much more satisfaction and far wider approval of results. Then we add beautiful covers and scrupulous care in details of packing and, mark it — we deliver on time. 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