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G ( ' ucA .w - - c U Jai) 7L ,ac.r ' l o 3 i iWiSt 4K ..e2fe. o f 7 h S3 -V ; " - THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK 1953 YEARBOOK 1953 Staff LITERARY Peter Sweetland, ' 53 — Editor Robert C. Roberts, ' 53 — Associate Editor Charles D ' Astoly, ' 53 J. Porter Starrat, ' 53 SPORTS Peter R. Stoler, ' 53 — Editor Robert A. Greenberg, ' 53 Donal F. Kelley, ' 53 Donald R. Sylvester, ' 54 PHOTOGRAPHY Mark P. Kalick, ' 53 Jack E. Rosen, ' 53 BUSINESS Harry Goon, ' 53 — Advertising Manager Gerald I. Bern, ' 53 Alexander J. Smith, ' 55 Anthony C. LoConte, ' 54 DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION Leon Aronson, ' 53 Burton Covitz, ' 53 Sheldon F. Cutler, ' 53 Wayne B. Hazzard, ' 53 William P. Levins, ' 53 Gerald R. Murphy, ' 53 Carlton L. Purcell, ' 53 Arnold R. Saitow, ' 53 Edward G. Salemy, ' 53 Gerald A. Weinberg, ' 53 ART James T. Griffin, ' 53 TYPING William F. Delaney, ' 53 Edward A. Knapp, ' 54 FACULTY ADVISORS Paul Heins — Editorial Arthur J. Sullivan — Business EHS E. H. S. YEARBOOK 1953 ' CONTENTS Dedication Page 5 Head Master ' s Message 7 Alumni Notes 8 Retirements; In Memoriam 10 Editorial 12 Class History 14 Class Officers 18 Class Seng ' 21 Class Day Program 22 Graduation Exercises 23 Class Oration 24 Graduation Awards 25 Lawrence Prizes 26 National Honor Society 27 Typewriting Honors 28 Senior Honor Roll 29 Senior Photographs and Biographies 30 Career Guidance 57 Military Drill 59 Boys Who Entered Armed Forces 64 Sports 65 " Haunting the Halls " 82 Activities 85 Advertisements 94 ( 4 ) THE CLASS OF 1953 DEDICATES THIS YEARBOOK TO THE ALUMNI OF THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE HONOR THEY HAVE BROUGHT TO THEIR ALMA MATER AND FOR THEIR GREAT GENEROSITY TO THE SAME ( 5 ) WALTER F. DOWNEY, A. B., Ed. M., L. H. D. Head Master ( 6 ) June, 1953 Zo the Class of 1953-. On Wednesday, May 6th of the present school year, on important military leader visited the school. He was Major General Bickford E. Sawyer, U. S. A., Class of 1913 of The English High School, Chief of Finance of the United States Army, in Washington. All financial transactions of the United States Army, in- volving billions of dollars, must pass through the Office of Finance, of which he is Chief. The Head Master took pleasure in showing him around the building, which he had not visited for forty years. After his return to Washington he wrote a letter containing the following: " The excellent academic instruction and the sympathetic and wise counsel of the teachers were of the utmost value to me during the forty years that have elapsed since 1 graduated. I am very proud that 1 am a graduate of your great institution, the first such school in this coun- try. " As the years of experience begin and continue, you will evaluate and ap- preciate more fully, as has General Sawyer, the instruction and the sympathetic guidance of your under-graduate days. You are graduating this year. Your paths now are in the direction of those thousands who have preceded you. Where they have gone you will go. The world that they have entered you are now entering. We are confident of your success. You are ready for what is before you. I have sometimes thought of this school as a ship on a voyage to the land of opportunity. The crew is the faculty, assisted by the students. The motive power is the spirit of each in doing his daily task. This ship stops first at one port, then another. Some leave to enter one field of opportunity, some another, but the ship sails on — on to the land of opportunity, of achievement, of service. At the mast head are two flags. Proudly there we see the stars and stripes of the United States of America. Beneath is another flag. It is dark blue, and on it are the letters, in light blue — " E. H. S. " The watch word of those on board is " Be Clean, Be Courteous, Be Square, " and their aim is to be " Men of Honor and Achievement. " All define " achieve- ment " as follows: " Service to Mankind is Honor and Achievement. " " From many lands their forebears came in search of freedom. In its defense they fought. Many died. God grant that their sacrifices may make stronger the bonds that unite all mankind. " GOD BLESS YOU — EVERYONE lummj otes Each year the great record of honor and achievement of the EngUsh High School alumni is augmented by graduates in every conceivable field. The stories of these men and how they rose to such high positions in their " service to mankind " are a great inspiration to present-day graduates and undergradu- ates. Many or these men were of unbelievably humble beginnings and had to overcome tremendous handicaps to command the highest positions in business, industry, and the professions. The following paragraphs will recall members of the alumni whose attainments have been brought to our attention during the past year. On April 11, 1953, an article, entitled " Your Heart is His Business, " ap- peared in the Saturday Evening Post. This is the story of Doctor Samuel A. Levine, clinical professor of medicine of the Harvard University Medical School and associate in coronary research at Massachusetts General Hospital. Doc- tor Levine is today one of the world ' s foremost heart experts. He is credited with being one of the first to identify coronary thrombosis in a living human be- ing and has made several important discoveries in the field of medical re- search. He was the first to detect the absence of acid in the stomachs of per- sons afflicted with pernicious anemia and has made invaluable contributions to the study of " thyroid heart disease. " The doctor, an individual of amazing intellect, was a freshman at English High School when he was only twelve years old and graduated with the class of 1906. He completed four years of college work in three years at Harvard College and was graduated cum laude from the Harvard Medical School at the age of twenty-three. Samuel Levine came from Lomza, Poland, to live with his family in a slum flat in the North End when he was five years old. He worked his way through school, selling newspapers, and won a scholarship from the Newsboys ' Union. In addition to this he received many honors from English High School, including a Franklin Medal. Before graduating from medical school Levine was sleeted to do re- search work with the first cardiograph in this country at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Another distinguished alumnus, a member of the class of 1923 is William M. Hickey, president of the United Corporation. Mr. Hickey graduated summa cum laude from the Harvard Engineering School in 1927 and was employed by Stone and Webester, Inc., of Boston and New York until 1930. He has been with the United Corporation since 1943. An account of Mr. Hickey appears in the 1953 edition of Who ' s Who in America. This year the class of 1913 held its fortieth annual reunion, which was at- tended by two distinguished military officers. One was the Chief of Finance of the United States Army, Major General Bickford E. Sawyer, who made the fol- lowing comment on his career at English High School in a letter to Mr. Dow- ney. ( 8 ) " I have always felt that the military instruction I received while at the English High School pointed me towards my military career. The excel- lent academic instruction and the sympathetic and wise council of the teachers were of the untmost value to me during the forty years that ha je elapsed since I graduated. " The other, who has remained closely associated with the school as instruc- tor of military drill for the past thirty years, is Col. Joseph McKenzie Driscoll. Col. Driscoll returned to English High School in 1923 as a lieutenant and veteran of the first World War. He has remained on the faculty ever since except for a leave of absence granted him during Word War II. Upon his retirement this year, a scroll bearing the following inscription was presented to him by the Head Master . " Colonel Joseph McKenzie Driscoll, a graduate of the class of 1913, a soldier who fought in defense of freedom in two world wars, a military leader, who for thirty years has been an inspiration to thousands of stu- dents of the English High School, Boston. " Walter F. Downey, Head Master The Lieut. (J. G.) Paul Halloran Memorial Award was established this year by Lee Wintergrad, a graduate of this school, in honor of his classmate. Both Halloran and Wintergrad were pilots in the United States Naval Reserve. While on a bombing mission they attacked an enemy ship. Diving downward, they unloaded their ammunition and left the target in opposite directions. Win- tergrad returned to his base safely, but Paul Halloran was never seen again. The 1953 trophy was awarded to Francis Theodore Spriggs. Again, Gen. Matthew B. Ridgwoy deserves recognition here upon being appointed Chief of Staff of the United States Army. This is the highest military office other than that of Commander in Chief. Robert C. Roberts, ' 53 ( 9 ) Masters Emeriti Retiring 1953 COLONEL JOSEPH McK. DRISCOLL (Military Drill) for thirty years a member of the faculty of the English High School. LEROY M. RAND (Commercial Subjects) for forty-four 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? " (3jn JHemortam WILLIAM I. HAYES (English) for twenty-eight years a member of the faculty of the English High School. Retired October 1, 1952. Died April 3, 1953 ( 10 ) Our KespomibiHty to the Juture It ' s all over now, the last and toughest year. We saw a lot of things in that year. We saw the continuance of a war that seemed to be only practice for the real thing that ' s to come, we watched a new administration try to remedy the ills of the country, but foremost we witnessed the sight of citizens on trial at- tempting to evade punishment by squeezing themselves through loopholes in the law and shielding themselves by appealing to citizenship rights that they don ' t deserve. This disregard for American principles smears the name of democracy. You and 1 have Constitutional rights too; and since we are going to hcr. ' e more cause to use them now, we should stop to think about their significance. Most of us feel that our rights are just something we received at birth as a mat- ter of course without any obligation. That ' s the way too many people feel: that these privileges are theirs free of charge to disregard or misrepresent as they please. If this idea continues, these privileges will become meaningless and Congress will have to make new restrictions on the rights which are so neces- soTy to freedom. We can help to make sure that this doesn ' t happen, for as we gradually as- sume the privileges of adult citizenship we can make sure that we fulfill our obligations by realizing the importance and necessity of fully appreciating and using these grants of liberty. It ' s up to us — to all high school graduates to see to it that those rights remain. Peter Sweetland, ' 53 Editor EHS Class Ms Wry It was just nine months ago that two hundred and seventy-five sunburned, somewhat dejected looking pupils straggled into the ramshackle building on Montgomery St. to start what, they hoped, would be their last year of high school education. We weren ' t much different from the one hundred and twen- ty-nine other senior classes of English High; we filled out the same cards, re- ceived the same books, got the same lockers, and cut the same classes. By October we got into the swing of things and started to look around for diversions. Since 1952 was an election year politics were on everyone ' s mind. The Discussion Club wrangled over the voting system, the new Debating Group argued the advantages and disadvantages of both candidates, and teachers began to show their true colors. To top it all off we decided to hold an election of our own. Adlai Stevenson was swept into office by a two hundred vote plurality, making the Democratic landslide at E. H. S. complete. We held cm- the Intown Trophy . . . the City Championship other election that month; but this time we chose the right president as Tom Recupero took the highest office in the class. Captain Carey and the football team started to roll with opening defeats over strong opponents and prospects looked good for a great season. November come; and with it, class rings and empty wallets. Football reached its climax when the alumni gathered to wish the team well on Thanks- giving Eve. But luck wasn ' t with us as we lost a tough one. We all were glad to see the Christmas vacation, but it didn ' t last long enough and we soon found ourselves back at the old grindstone, realizing that time was running out and that marks weren ' t so good. With the coming of winter sports, spirits rose with the prospects of new championships. The hockey team did well, for they finished the season with wins over every team but Tech. Then came the " Tech " Tourney and Maiden Catholic — Well, we only lost by one touchdown. Basketball was even more promising, for the team ripped through the sea- son with ony one defeat — in overtime at the hands of Dorchester — to gain the ( 15 ) Intown Trophy. Hyde Park fell easy prey and with them the City Champion- ship. The " Tech " Tourney was great and I think MacGillivary ' s last-second shot is still balancing on the rim of the basket. As March arrived, we fought our way through the college boards with little hope of passing them. Prize drill went off like clockwork, but competition was keen and the judges ' task difficult. We took this opportunity to honor one of the school ' s best-liked teachers. Colonel Joseph McK. Driscoll retired after many years as an instructor. A graduate of English High himself, he has turn- ed in a record of service worthy of public admiration. Class Day was " the greatest " ; Wilburt Wilson, a classmate who distin- guished himself in the ring, gave us his stirring opinion of sportsmanship. A welcome interruption in the exercises occurred when John Bitetti introduced Charlie Timilty and Bob McDonough and their rendition of " You Belong to Me No. 2. " ( 16 ) Col. DriscoU retired Suddenly the building became deserted; everyone was on " C. P. " and thct last year was over before we realized it. Now there were a few less than two hundred and seventy-five pale, somewhat overjoyed graduates striding across a platform and setting out to make their mark upon the world. Let us hope that the English High School will be proud of them. ( 17 ) CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Thomas A. Recupero (President); Alfonso A. Lucibello (Executive Committee); rence W. Pocknett (Secretary-Treasurer); Joseph ]. Zarba (Vice-President); William H. Burre ecutive Committee). ALUMNI COMMITTEE Front Row (left to right): Edward Murphy, Harry Goon, Thomas Elia. Back Row (left to right): Ronald Shehade, Edv ard Salemy. ( 18 ) PROM COMMITTEE Front Row (left to right): Ronald Hadge, Morgan Ryan, Richard Carey, Back Row (left to right): John Sarnie, Robert Valencia, Paul Stella. YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Front Row (left to right): Robert McCarthy, Roberi Roberts, Joseph Talkowski. Back Row (left to right): Nicholas Casaburi, Paul Tucker, Paul Pascale. ( 19 ) PICTURE COMMITTEE Left to right: Eldridge Moore, Paul Senecal, Joseph Snowden, Lewis Applebaum, James Downey, Earl MacNamaro. SONG COMMITTEE Standing: Harrison Pinnix, Robert Trider. Seated: Arnold Saitow. ( 20 ) Class Song HAIL TO YOU! DEAR ENGLISH HIGH Tune: Maine Stein Song Words: 1953 Class Song Committee, assisted by Arlie W. Latham, Supervisor, Music Dept. CHORUS Hail to you! Dear Blue and Blue We ' ll cherish you forever; Through the passing days, we shall see Your banner waving loftily. Loyal hearts with faiih imbued We ' ll sing thy praises too. English High, Our Alma Mater. As sons, we ' ll be forever true. To our God, to our flag, to our School, we will ever devoted be. To our land, our fair land. Our dear home of the brave in a country free. Give us health, give us strength. Give us peace over land, over air, and sea; Hear our prayers, as we leave. We pray " bring us more closely to Thee " . Oh! REPEAT CHORUS ( 21 ) Semr Class X)ay April 30. 1953 1:19 P. M. Selection English High School Bond Opening Remarks Thomas A. Recupero President of Senior Class 1953 Student Council Thomas B. Elia President, E. H. S. Student Council Selections Senior Class Glee Club Class of ' 53 in Football Richard J. Carey Captain Football Team Class History Peter Sweetland Editor, E. H. S. Yearbook Class of ' 53 in Basketball Ronald F. Elkind Member of Basketball Team Solo Donald W. dayman Piano Accompanist Stephen N. Porlin, ' 54 Class of ' 53 in Track Morgan T. Ryan Co-Captain of Track Team Class of ' 53 in Hockey Paul V. Kelley Captain of Hockey Team Solo George D. Bullock Piano Accompanist Stephen N. Parlin, ' 54 Class of ' 53 in Baseball John J. Bitetti Co-Captain of Baseball Team Trumpet Solo James R. Miceli, ' 53 Class of 1953 — Class Song Presentation of Class Gift Thomas A. Recupero President of Senior Class Acceptance of Qass Gift Walter F. Downey, Head Master Selection English High School Band ( 22 ) Order of graduation Smeises Tremont Temple, June 2, 1953 PROCESSIONAL — " Frat " Brent " THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER " CLASS ORATION — Thomas A. Recupero President, Class of 1953 AWARD OF PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS Walter F. Downey, Head Master Cumston Prize lohn Bouve Clapp Prize — Class of 1873 Clarence Walker Barron Memorial Scholarship Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship Albert H. Wiggin Memorial Scholarship Edward S. Goulston Memorial Scholarship Class of 1913 Award Class of 1919 Award 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 Bernard L. Landers, Class of 1911 CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — Frederick D. Lawley, 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 Colonel Joseph McK. DriscoU, Class of 1913 CLASS SONG HAIL TO YOU! DEAR ENGLISH HIGH Tune: Maine Stein Song AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS — William M. Hickey, Class of 1923 M ' APPARI TUTT ' AMORE (from Martha) Flotow Vocalist: Edward B. Sicari, Class of 1955 AWARD OF ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS — Isadore H. Y. Muchnick Member of the Boston School Committee " AMERICA " EXIT MARCH — " Anchors A weigh " Miles (23) Class Oration To these our graduation exercises, we, of the class of 1953, bid you a hearty welcome. We welcome especially our parents whose sacrifices have enabled us to acquire a good education. That education has been made possible by the people of the City of Boston, a city dedicated to the principle of equal educa- tional opportunity for all. To our devoted Head Master, and to the members of the faculty, we express our gratitude for their constant counsel and instruction. It is an honor and a privilege to graduate from English High School. The governor of cur Commonwealth on the occasion of the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the school, referred to its estab- lishment as " one of the most significant developments in the history of free pub- lic education in America. " His Excellency paid further tribute to this school: " It has sent forth thousands upon thousands of loyal sons, their mcral fibre strengthened by the inculcation of salutary principles. " " In peace and in war, these sons of English High School have won dis- tinction. They have played a vital part in the civic, the economic, and the cultural life of many communities . . . they have built for their Alma Mater a reputation second to that of no similar school in the United States. " It is v ith pride, therefore, that we of the Class of 1953 enter the ranks of the alumni. As classmates we shall go forward together in the unity of our cherished friendships and in our loyalty to our school. Through all the years we shall be ever mindful that our Alma Mater holds before us a living ideal - " Honor and Achievement through Service to Man- kind. " Thomas A. Recupero, President, Class of 1953 (24) wards Presented at (graduation CUMSTON PRIZE — ($350.00) PETER SWEETLAND CLARENCE WALKER BARRON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — ($200.00) WILLIAM P. LEVINS CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLAR- SHIP — ($200.00) ROBERT C. ROBERTS ALBERT H. WIGGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLAR- SHIP — ($200.00) HERBERT P. OPPENHEIM CLASS OF 1913 AWARD — ($200.00) ARNOLD H. SAITOW CLASS OF 1906 AWARD — ($100.00) ROBERT A. GREENBERG EDWARD S. GOULSTON MEMORIAL SCHO- LARSHIP — ($100.00) WILLIAM F. DELANEY JOHN BOUVE CLAPP PRIZE IN ENGLISH — ($35.00) ROBERT C. ROBERTS CLASS OF 1919 AWARD — ($25.00) WILBERT WILSON CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS: (1) English Prize — ($60.00) LOUIS J. CANTORI (2) CoL Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citizen ' Award — ($60.00) J. PORTER STARRATT CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL — JEROME H. GOLDMAN CHARLES E. McCOOL AWARD — ($25.00) THOMAS B. ELIA FRANKLIN MEDALS: WILLIAM F. DELANEY WILLIAM P. LEVINS HERBERT P. OPPENHEIM ROBERT C. ROBERTS ARNOLD R. SAITOW In addition to these cash prizes boys from the graduating class have been informed that they hove been awarded by various higher institutions of learning scholarships to the amount of several thousands of dollars. ( 25 ) LAWRENCE PRIZE WINNERS 1952 - 1953 ENGLISH E4 Robert C. Roberts E8 Herman J. Leventhal HISTORY H4 Raymond Fluke H5 Herbert P. Oppenheim LATIN L4 Edward G. Salemy MATHEMATICS M4 Paul Aizley M7 William P. Levins CHEMISTRY C4 Robert A. Greenberg BOOKKEEPING B4 Donald A. DiFiore OFFICE PRACTICE B6 William F. Delaney LT. PAUL HALLORAN, U.S.N.R. MEMORIAL AWARD Francis Spriggs EASTERN MASS. ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF ITALIAN AWARD Philip A. Arnone HISTORY OF COMMERCE Kl Herbert P. Oppenheim MERCHANDISING K4 Herbert P. Oppenheim COOPERATIVE SALESMANSHIP K6c John C. Callahan ECONOMICS K5 Herbert P. Oppenheim SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING W2 Fiore Aiello DRAWING Dl Morton Glovin D2 Donald L. Monroe D3 John F. Collier PHYSICAL FITNESS V Leon Aronson NATIONAL CERTIFICATE DANFORTH " I DARE YOU " Arnold R. Saitow 1953 ART AWARD Donald L. Monroe LAWRENCE PRIZE Fidelity and Deportment 1952 - 1953 101 John J. Bitteti 102 Thomas B. Elia 103 Richard S. Giglo 104 Alfonso A. Lucibello 105 Donald B. Connelly 106 Edward C. Murphy 107 Joseph B. Snowden 108 George D. Wall (26) NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row (left to right): Donald L. Monroe, Richard K. Dunn, Allan C. Greene, Joseph R. Talkow- ski, Jack Boroian. Back Row (left to right): Paul Aizley, William P. Levins, Robert O. Saisi, Robert A Greenberg, Michael 1. Meltzer. 1952 - 1953 Seniors Paul Aizley Louis J. Cantori William F. Delaney Richard K. Dunn Robert A. Greenberg Allan C. Greene William P. Levins Leonard E. Marget Michael 1. Meltzer Donald L. Monroe Herbert P. Oppenheim Paul F. Pascale Robert C. Roberts Robert O. Saisi Arnold R. Saitow Edward G. Salemy Joseph R. Talkowski Paul Yuen Juniors Henry Adleman Jack Boroian Nicholas A. Ciccia Roger P. Dow Thomas S. Eisenstadt Ludovico Fadanelli Robert E. Fellows Daniel L. Maloof Andrew Wong ( 27 ) TYPEWRITING HONORS With over three hundred boys taking typewriting, competition was keener this year than usual. The results of this highly competitive situation were such that four boys were selected to be photographed for the Typewriting Honor page. These typists are Aiello, Fiore L. (101) Heffernan, Neil F. (103) Knapp, Edward A. (203) Monroe, Donald L. (106) Their attainments were based on quantitative and qualitative production testings conducted over a week ' s period in the month of April. Each boy can typewrite over fifty words a minute. We salute the 1953 quartet for their typewriting achievements. ( 28 ) SENIOR SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL 1952 • 1953 101 Pcaal Aizley George H. Anbinder Robert P. Berkowitz John L. Bonafede 102 William F. Deloney Richard K. Dunn 103 Ronald W. Gedney Robert A. Greenberg Alan C. Greene 104 William P. Levins Leonard E. Marget 105 John J. Callahan 106 Michael 1. Meltzer Donald L. Monroe Gerald L. Murphy Herbert P. Oppenheim Harrison Pinnix 107 Robert C. Roberts Edward M. Sacks Robert O. Saisi Arnold R. Saitow Edward G. Salemy Stuart H. Sanfield Francis T. Spriggs John P. Starratt 108 Robert M. Trider Joseph J. Zarba (29) JOHN ADAMS " Jack " School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: To be a business- man College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography Patrol 2, DONALD J. AGNETTA " Egg " 15 Vera St., Dorchester School: Saint Gregory ' s Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3; Room Councillor 2. FIORE L. AIELLO 31 Chelsea St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a social worker College: Boston University Honors Wl; Lawrence Prize 12; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Switchboard 3, 4. PAUL AIZLEY 1715 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison College: M. I. T. Honors Gl, G2, F3, M2, M3, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Law- rence Prize M3; Fidelity Prize 2; Captain. GEORGE H. ANBINDER " Georgie " 6 Wilmore St., Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a wealthy businessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Ice Skating, photo- graphy Offic3 Aide 4; Military Comm. 4. ALVIN R. ANDERSON ■ Andy " 5 Ayr Rd., Brighton School. Prince Ambition: To be a teacher College Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, ice skat- ing Band 1, 2, 3. RICHARD N. ANDERSON ' Andv " 105 Fuller St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: Boston University LEWIS S. APPLEBAUM Louie 15 Egremont Rd., Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be successful College Boston University Hobbies: Sports, music Patrol 4, Office Aide 3, Pic- ture Committee 4, Football 2, 3. FRANCIS D. ARNAO ' Skip " 8 Irwin Ave., Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To be a conserva- tion officer Hobbies: Fishing, dancing, music Track 3. PffiLIP A. ARNONE ' Phil " 86 St. Andrew Rd., E. Boston School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a dentist College: B. U. Hobbies: Sports Football 2; Hockey 3, 4. ( 30 ) LEON ARONSON " Tiger " 10 Gaston St., Roxbury School: Patrick T. Campbell College: University of Massa- chusetts Honors H3; Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 2; Forum 3; Discussion Club 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2. PAUL I. ARZOUHALJIAN ' Arzy " 32 Prince St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley College: Mass. Maritime Academy Hobbies: Golf, tennis, sailing Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2; Room Councillor 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3, Hoc- key 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH P. AYLWARD " Joe " 5 Downey Ct,, Dorchester School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To be an engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Sports ROBERT V. BARBARISI " Bob " 4789 Washington St., West Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Ice skating, roller skating French 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Foot- ball 2, 3; Track 2, 3. JAMES R. BEALE " Bob " 36 Humphreys St., Dorchester School: William Russell College: Boston Clerical School Hobbies: Dancing, skating, track JAMES F. BEAN " Beanie " 20 Dennis St., Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To play organized football Hobbies: Sports FRANCIS A. BENNETT " Frankie " 19 Dixwell St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a success in life Hobbies: Sports Patrol; Track 3. ROBERT P. BERKOWITZ " Bob " 6 Nazing Court, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Modeling Honors M2; Discussion Club 4;, Health Room Corps 3. ANTHONY K. BERLANDI " Tony " 8 Lindall St., Roslindale School: William Blackstone College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Bowling, records, swimming, sailing Patrol 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3. GERALD L BERN " Jerry " 1280 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an architect College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4. ( 31 ) ARTHUR J. BERRIGAN " Berra " 23 Lakeville Rd., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be successful College: Boston College Hobbies: Art, music, sports French Club 3; Patrol 2; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 4; 1st. Lieutenant; Baseball 4. GEORGE R. BEZREH " Bob " 284 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To become a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Fishing, swimming, baseball Fidelity Prize 1; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 4. JOHN J. BITETTI 84 Houghton St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be six feet tall College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 4. JOHN L. BONAFEDE " Johnny " 9 Albion St., Dorchester School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Firearms, hunting Honors S3, Ml, M2, C2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Cap- tain; Track 3, 4. RAYMOND P. BROADUS " Ray " 147 Worcester St., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports, chess, check- ers, ping pong, bowling Honors E2, Wl; Patrol 2; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Basketball 3. PAUL S. BROWN " Brownie " 301 Fuller St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors Ml. ARTHUR P. BUCCHERI " Red " 139 Chelsea St., E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a chef Hobbies: Swimming, bowling 1st Sergeant, Color Guard. GEORGE D. BULLOCK 26 Cedar Park, Roxbury School: Timilty Glee Club 2, 3; Drum and Bugle 3. JOHN F. BURKE " Johnny " 116 O ' Callaghan Way South Boston School: Christopher Columbus High Ambition: To be a coach College: Holy Cross Baseball 2; Football 3; Track 3. JOSEPH T. BURKETT " Joe " 20 Huckins St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be an insurance salesman College: Boston University Hobbies: Chess, cross-word puzzles Honor Roll 3; Patrol 3; 2nd Lieutenant; Baseball 2; Track 2. ( 32 ) JOHN V. BURNS 12 Inwood St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a lighthouse attendant College: Boston University Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 1; Room Athletic Councillor 2; 1st. Lieutenant; Track 1, 2. WILLIAM H. BURRELL III " Billy " 24 Ottawa St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be an Army chaplain College: Howard University Hobbies: Music, writing, and traveling Glee Club (President) 4; De- bating Club (Vice-Presi- dent) 4; Band Student Direc- tor 2, 3, 4; Executive Com- mittee 4; Captain 4. PATRICK W. CAIN " Pat " 50 Prescott St., East Boston School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports JOHN J. CALLAHAN " John Jay " 443 Old Colony Ave., South Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a naval avia- tor Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 4. EDWARD I. CANNATA " Red " 11 Oneida St., Boston School: Cathedral High Ambition: To be a business- man Hobbies: Music FRANK G. CAPIZZI Frank " 452 Hanover St., Boston School: Michelangelo College: Coast Guard Acade- my Hobbies: Sports Honors B2; Health Room Corps 4, Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3, 4; 2nd. Lieutenant; Bas- ketball Manager 2. RICHARD J. CAREY " Dick " 8 Carmody Ct., So. Boston School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To go to college College: Connecticut Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 1; Room Ath- letic Councilor 2; Prom Com- mittee 4; Baseball 2, 3, co- captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, co-captain 4; Football 2, 3, co-captain 4. PAUL J. CARR 126 Minot St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a bridge tender College: Boston University Chess 3; French 2; Glee 2, 3; Patrol 3; Room Athletic Councillor 3; 1st. Lieutenant; Track 2, 3. JAMES E. CARRAS " Big Jim " 464 Tremont St., Boston School: Boston Trade Ambition: To be a law en- forcement officer College: State Trooper Acade- my Hobbies: Sports NICHOLAS A. CASABURI " Nick " 109 Orl eans St., E. Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a successful pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Automobiles,, bowl- ing Yearbook 4; Patrol 2, 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Cap- tain; Track 2. ( 33 ) JAMES T. CASS ' Jimmy 7 Cook St., Charlestown School; St. Francis DeSales Ambition: To be a C. P. A. Hobbies: Sports, collecting phonograph records Switchboard 4; 1st. Lieutenant. TOBIAS V. CASTELLARIN Toby " 9 Harvard Rd., Dorchester School: Grpver Cleveland Ambition: To be a chemist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Patrol 2, 3; Track 1 . VICTOR L. CERULU " Vic " 212 Maverick St., E. Boston School: St. Francis Seminary College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports Honors Ql; Honor Roll 3; Pat- rol 3, 4. CHARLES A. CIANCIULU " Bomber " 123 St. Andrew Rd., E. Boston School: St. Lazarus Ambition: To become a suc- cessful businessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp collecting, basketball, sailing Patrol 3; 2nd. Lieutenant. MICHAEL J. CICCO " Big Mike " 19 Boardman St., East Boston School: Saint Lazarus Ambition: To be successful in business College: University of Miami Hobbies: Sports French 4; Health Room Corps 4. DONALD W. CLAYMAN " Don " 27 Mora St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Singing Glee 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3. HENRY V. COLELLA " Hank " 997 River St., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be success in life College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp collecting JOHN F. COLLIER 67 Pearl St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be an engineer College: University of Con- necticut Hobbies: Boat modeling Honors C2; Honor Roll 2; French Club 2. DONALD P. COLLINS " Don " 108 O ' Callaghan Way South Boston School: Patrick Gavin College: Sam Houston Institute of Technology Hobbies: Sports ROBERT D. COLUNS " Bob " 111 Bartlett St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports Honors E2, LI, Wl; Honor Roll 2; Drum and Bugle 1. ( 34 ) DONALD B. CONNELLY " Don " 27 Knoll St., Roslindale School; Mather Ambition: To be a big league pitcher Hobbies; Hunting, baseball, bowling Honor Roll 2; Col. DriscoU ' s Office; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 1, 4; 1st. Lieutenant; Baseball 3; Golf 1. BURTON COVITZ " Burt " 76 Lucerne St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To build a bridge across the Atlantic College: M. L T. Hobbies: Sports Honors F2, M2; Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aide 4; Captain. JOHN P. CROKE " Jangles " 45 Milwood St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Dancing, bowling, sports. Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; 2nd. Lieutenant; Hockey 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Tennis 2. DANIEL I. CUNNINGHAM " Dan " 43 Logan Way, South Boston School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3. SHELDON F. CUTLER " Cut " 26 Hosmer St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Boston University Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 4; Patrol 4; 1st. Lieutenant. CHARLES V. D ' ASTOLY " Charlie " 101 Pembroke St., Boston School: Central High, Syra- cuse Ambition: To be a useful citi- zen Hobbies: Reading, stamps Lawrence Prize SI, S3; Year- book Staff 4; Patrol 4. JOHN L. DENNEHY " Jack " 2 Caltha Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 2, 3; Baseball 4, Football 2, 3, 4. WILUAM H. DERRAH " Bill " 14 Logan Way, South Boston School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Music, art, sports French Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Patrol 3; Library Corps 4; Health Room Corps 3; Room Treasurer 4; Track 2; Tennis 4. DONALD A. DiFIORE " Don " 129 Hudson St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3. RICHARD P. DiMAGGIO " Joe " 310 Turtle Pond Pkwy., Hyde Park School: B. C. High Ambition: To be an insurance broker College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 2. (35 ) EDWARD DOHERTY " Ed " 80 Oakton Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a naval of- ficer College: Massachusetts Mari- time Academy Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize PI; Band 2; Football 2. EDWARD S. DOWD Howdy " 58 Armandine St., Dorchester School: Cathedral High Ambition: To be an electrician College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball Baseball 3. JAMES E. DOWNEY " Jim " 68 Montgomery St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a conserva- tion officer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Fishing, bowling, ornithology Honors E2, H6, F2, M2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, Cap- tain 4; Picture Committee; Captain. PAUL F. DUDDY " Paul " 30 Gavin Way, South Boston School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To go to college College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Baseball 3; Basketball 3; Foot- ball 1. RICHARD K. DUNN " Dick " 32 Chambers St., Boston School: New Glasgow High, N. S. Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors E6, Ml, B2, B3, W2; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize E6; Patrol 2; Office Aide 3; Library Corps 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4; National Honor Society 3; Hockey 2, 3. THOMAS B. EUA " Tommy " , " Tom " 27 Paisley Pk., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a business- man College: Harvard Hobbies: Piano, football, mov- ies Lawrence Prize SI; Room Councillor 4; Baseball 4; Football 3; Track 4. RONALD F. ELKIND " Ace " 42 Lourdes Ave., Jamaica Plain School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To retire at forty College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports, be-bop, dancing Honor Roll 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. BERNARD ESTERMAN " Bernie " 133 Callender St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Fishing, golf, bowl- ing, study, collections Golf 4. ROBERT F. FABIANO " Jinx " 149 Sydney St., Dorchester School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To make a million dollars College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Athletics Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3. BENJAMIN FERNANDEZ, JR. " Ben " 370 Commercial St., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be an engineer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Office Aide 3; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 2; Track 2. ( 36 VINCENT F. FINOCCm " Buzz " 20 Whitten St., Dorchester School; St. Mark ' s Ambition: To be a civil ei gineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4. JOHN F. FITZGERALD " Jack. " 808 Parker St., Roxbury School: Technical High Ambition: To be a construc- tion engineer Hobbies: Sports KEVIN T. HTZPATRICK " Fitz " 72 Winthrop St., Charlestown School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Hobies: Art French 4; Discussion 4; Cap- tain. THOMAS I. FLAHIVE " Tom " 33 Franklin Hill Ave. Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a teacher of English College: Boston College Hobbies: Statuette collecting Honors E3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Captain 4. ARTHUR E. FLYNN " Art " 19 Dalton St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a success in life College: Maryland University Hobbies: Sports Honors E6, PI, Wl; Library Corps 3; National Honor So- ciety 3; Band 4; 2nd. Lieu- tenant. It m - " vat. — -HS i It RONALD R. FORMAN " Ron " 15 Evelyn St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a radio an- nouncer College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Student Council 2; Football 3; Track 3. GEORGE FRIEDMAN " Georgie " 3 Norfolk Terr., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: New England College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Collecting new rec- ords Patrol 4; Baseball 3, 4. THOMAS A. GALLOZZI " Inky " 224 Hanover St., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a comedian College: Emerson Hobbies: Drawing BLASE P. GAMBINO " Blase " 327 Border St., East Boston School: Public Latin College: Coast Guard Acade- my Hobbies: Dancing, sports Honors LI, Ml; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize Ml; 1st. Lieutenant; Baseball 3, 4. GERALD GARFINKLE " Jerry " 18 Balsam St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4. ( 37 ) RONALD W. GEDNEY 10 Morse St., Dorchester School: King ' s Co. Academy Ambition; To be an engineer Hobbies; Photography Glee Club 4; Patrol 4. JAMES S. GEORGE " Jimmy " 44 Payson Ave., Dorchester School; Mather Ambition; To become a pilot in A. F. College: Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology Hobbies: Sports, drawing Patrol 4. RICHARD S. GIGLIO " Dick " 115 Pleasant St., Dorchester School: Mather College: Boston University Hobbies: Coins, stamps, travel Fidelity Prize 3; Band 4. MORTON GLOVIN " Mort " 137 Chiswick Rd., Brighton School: Thmas A. Edison Ambition; To be an announcer College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, sports Honors H2, Ml; Discussion Club 4; Track 2. GERALD H. GOLDBERG " Jerry " 15 Hansborough St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition; To be a lawyer College; Boston University Hobbies: Debating, sports, working with youth groups Discussion 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Patrol 2; Room Councillor 2; Student Coun- cil 3. JEROME H. GOLDMAN " Jerry " 24 Selkirk Rd,, Brighton School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To join the Air Force College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Airplanes Health Room Corps 4; Band 2; Track 2, 3, 4. TERRY E. GOLDMAN " Terry " 11 Glenhill Rd., Mattapan School; Frank V. Thompson Ambition; To be a manufac- turer College: Boston University, Business Administration French Club 4. HARRY (GOON) MOOK " Mookie " 10 Tyler St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition; To be a success College; Tufts Hobbies: Photography Honors El, H6, Ml; Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize H6; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Student Council 1; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman, Alumni Commit- tee. JAMES F. GRANT " Jimmy " 292 Park St., Dorchester School; Woodrow Wilson Ambition; To own a farm College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Soorts, animals Room Athletic Councillor 3; Captain; Football 3. JOHN J. GREEN Jack " 35 Edson St., Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To be a truant of- ficer College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Sports, eating Honors E6; Football 3. { 38 ) ROBERT A. GREENBERG " Bob " 15 Hildreth St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology Hobbies: Model airplanes, hot rods, bowling Honors E2, E3, M2, M3, C2, P3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Chemistry Laboratory As- sistant 3, 4; 1st. Lieutenant. ALAN C. GREENE " Al " 144 Fuller St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an engineer College: Wisconsin Hobies: Sports Patro l 3, 4; Football 3; Track 1. JAMES T. GRirnN " Griff 68 Richfield St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s, Dorchester Ambition: To make not one, but two million College: M I. T. Hobbies: Sports, art Yearbook Staff 4; Switchboard 3, 4; Track 2. RONALD A. HADGE " Ron " 12 Kenneth St., W. Roxbury School: Cathedral High Ambition: To be a millioniare College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Basketball, basket- weaving Prom Committee, Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. JOHN I. HAGERTY. JR. " lack " 11 Countryside Drive, Dorchester School: St. Gregory ' s Ambition: To be an automo- bile dealer College: Boston University Captain. ROBERT A. HANNA " Bob " 1347 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2. JAMES J. HANRAHAN " Killer " 83 E. Lenox St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be a business- man College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1; Glee Club 4. JOHN J. HANRAHAN " Duke " 83 E. Lenox St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be a baseball player College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports, dancing Glee 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD S HASTRY " Dick " 222 W. Selden St., Mattapan School: Public Latin Ambition: To replace Miah Falvey College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Sports Honors E6; Track 2. WAYNE B. HAZZARD " Wavne B " 794 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a profession- al drummer College: B. U. Hobbies: Music, sports Honor Roll 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4; Rooih Councillor 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orches- tra 1; Track 2; Tennis 3, 4. ( 39 ) NEIL F. HEFFERNAN " Lefty " 82 Compton St., Boston School: Technical High Ambition: To be an office manager College: B. U., Business Ad- ministration Hobbies: Stamp and auto- graph collecting Honors Ql; Drum and Bugle 3, 4. NORMAN HEIFETZ " Norm " 718 Morton St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To hold an execu- tive position College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, bowling Patrol 3. HAROLD H. fflLL " Stretch " 24 Holyoke St., Boston School: Rice College: B. U. Hobbies: Basketball, photo- graphy Glee Club 3; Camera Club 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1, 2; Band 1, 2. JOHN V. HODIN 1167 Boylston St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To have a mind as well formed as my body College: B. U., Business Ad- ministration Hobbies: Dancing, billiards, classical music Patrol 4; Track 1, 2. PAUL J. HOEY, JR. " P. I. 44 Woodlawn St., Jamaica Plan School: Francis Parkman Ambition: To be a teacher College: Teachers College Hobbies: Stamps and coins JAMES H. HOLLAND " Dutchie " 65 Winthrop St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a piano comedian Hobbies: Sports, dancing Stamp Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Music Appreciation 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2. JEREMY H. HUGHES " Hughsie " 497 Washington St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be successful and happy College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, history French Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 4; Switchboard 4; Captain. DONALD J. IGOE " Igoe " 146 Eustis St., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston College Hobbies: Baseball, hockey Glee Club 3; Patrol 4; Base- ball 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. WILBUR K. JACKSON " Bill " 37 Creston St., Dorchester School: Lewis Ambiton: To be a stenograph- er Hobbies: Basketball, swim- ming Drum and Bugle 3. JACK JOHNSON " Jackie " 97 W. Brookline St., Boston School: Canton High College: Fisk University Hobbies; Fishing, basketball Honors C2; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Basketball 4. ( 40 ) WILLIAM R. JOYCE " Duba " 232 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: Patrick Gavin Football 3, 4. MARK P. KALICK 19 Melvin Ave., Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be a dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 4; 1st. Lieutenant. DONAL F. KELLEY " Kell " 52 Stockton St., Dorchester School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, ice-skat- ing. Scouting Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2; Band 3, 4; Cheer- leader 4. PAUL V. KELLEY " Kell " 101 Farragut Rd., So. Boston School: Msgr. Patterson Ambition: To be a truant of- ficer College: Saint Michael ' s Hockey 2, 3; Captain 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. JOHN C. KIME " Jack " 35 Cook St., Charlestown School: Trade Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston Teachers Col- lege Hobbies: Swimming Patrol 2. -4 WILLIAM J. KING " Whitey " 65 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be an F. B. I. Agent College: New York University Hobbies; Track, football Patrol 3; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Track 2, 3; Cross Country 2, Captain 3; New England Cross Country Champion 1951; State Cross Country Champion 1952; State Mile indoor Champion 1952; Member 2 Mile Re- lay Team, Championship of America Penn, Relay 1952; Member State Champion- ship 2 Mile Relay Team 1951-1952. RICHARD P. KINGSBURY " Dick " 131 Hampden St., Roxbury School: Medway High Ambition; To be a radio tech- incian Hobbies: Phonograph records, sports Honor Roll 1, 2; Patrol 4. GEORGE A. KINNALY " Gige " 100 Saint Andrew Rd., East Boston School: St. Lazarus Ambition: To be a Mexican ambassador College: Saint Michael ' s Hobbies: Butterfly collecting Room Athletic Councillor 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4. EDWARD R. KLOTZ " Eddie " 5 Sanderson PL, Brighton School: St. Anthony ' s Ambition: To be an electrician College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Bowling Patrol 4. EDGAR A. KNUDSON " Knudy " 696 Saratoga St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition; To be a hit Hobbies: Skiing and relaxing ( 41 ) ALEXANDER KRAN 1477 Columbus Ave., Roxbury School: Oberschule Dom, Germany Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Tufts Honor Roll 3. ARTHUR H. KROZY 12 Columbia Rd., Dorchester School: Patrick Campbell Ambition: To be successful College: Brown Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Football 3, 4. JOHN LACORTE 163 Cottage St., East Boston School: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Ambition: To live a happy life College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors B2, Wl; Patrol 3; 2nd. Lieutenant. JOSEPH G. LAURIA " Joe " 8 Greenough Lane, Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be an electronic technician Hobbies: Sports CARMEN P. LEPORE 48 Brooks St., East Boston School: B. C. High Ambition: To become a mil- lionaire Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Captain. HERMAN I. LEVENTHAL ' lerry " 20 Wildv ood St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be rich College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, stamps, swimming MARVIN R. LEVENTHAL " Marv " 25 Wilcock St., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Baseball Manager 3; Hockey Manager 3, 4, WILLIAM P. LEVINS Bill " 20 Josephine St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an engineer Hobbies: Fishing, basketball, baseball Honors El, E3, HI, H6, Gl, G2, S3, S4, Ml, M2, M3, P3, Hon- or Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Gl, G2, S3, S4; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3, 4; Room Councillor 4; Student Council 4: Room Athletic Councillor 2; National Hon- or Society 3, 4. MASON A. LEVY Mai " 14 Richfield St., Dorchester ochool: Patrick Campbell Ambition: To be an aeronau- tical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, math Honors M2, M4, Wl; Fidelity Prize 3; Music Appreciation 2; Discussion Club 3, 4; Pat- rol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; 2nd. Lieutenant- Tennis 4. PETER J. LOMBARD " Piccolo Pete " 1066 Saratoga St., E. Boston School: St. Lazarus Ambition: To beat Mosconi College: Boston University Baseball 2, 3, 4. ( 42 ) ALFONSO A. R. LUCIBELLO " Al " 80 Frankfort St., East Boston School; Donald McKay Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College; Northeastern Hobbies; Being an Asst. Scout Master Exceutive Committee; Captain. ROBERT D. McCarthy ' Denny " 41 Logan Way, South Boston School; Woodrow Wilson Ambition; To be an assistant Mexican ambassador College; St. Michael ' s Yearbook Committee; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. JOHN J. McCLEARN " Mac " 9 Corey St., Charlestown School; Public Latin Ambition; To be an engineer College; Northeastern Hobbies; Model airplanes Cross Country 1. ROBERT F. X. McDONOUGH " Bob " 36 Spring Garden St., Dorchester School; William E. Russell Ambition; To be a salesman Hobbies; Baseball, hillbilly music Room Councillor 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4. GEORGE L. McGUNIGLE " Gidge " 176 Coleridge St., East Boston School; St. Mary ' s Ambition; To be an engineer College; Northeastern Hobbies; Sailing, swimming Patrol 1; Baseball 3; Football 3; Track 1. JAMES D. McKEAN Swifty " 18 Inwood St., Dorchester School; Mather Ambition; To be a typist Patrol 1; Oifice Aide 2; Track 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH J. McKEON " Mac " 5 Regina Rd., Dorchester School; Boston Technical Ambition; To work for the federal government College; Northeastern Hobbies; Sports Patrol 2, 3; Switchboard 4; Track 2. STEPHEN E. McLaughlin Steve " 168 Crowley-Rogers Way South Boston School; Patrick F. Gavin Ambition; To join the Navy Hobbies; Sports 2nd. Lieutenant; Track 1. JOHN C. MacLEAN " Johnny " 62 Beacon St., Boston School; Prince College; Brown Hobbies: Sports, plane con- structing Lawrence Prize L2. EARL D. McNAMARA 12 Waterlow St., Dorchester School; Woodrow Wilson Ambition; To be an admiral in U. S. N. Hobbies; Football Room Athletic Councillor 3; Track 2. ( 43 ) WARREN P. MacPHADDEN " Mute " 15 Boston St., South Boston School: Patrick T. Gavin College: Springfield Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. MacQUEEN " Bob " 7 Burke St., South Boston School: Gate of Heaven Ambition: To be an engineer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Tioom. Athletic Councillor 1; Baseball 2; Hockey 2. GERALD E. McTERNAN ■Rabbit " 89 Wrentham St., Dorchester School: Dorchester High Ambition: To be a translator of hieroglyphics College: Boston College Hobbies: Chess, mountain climbing JOSEPH F. MAHONEY 18 Granada Ave., Roslindale School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a radio an- nouncer Hobbies: Bowling, hockey Room Athletic Councillor 2; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3. JOHN E. MALONEY " Moe " 3 Leahaven Rd., Mattapan School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To be a millionaire Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1; Library Corps 3; Baseball 1. WILLIAM T. MANGANIELLO " Billy " 2 Chesterton St., Roxbury School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To be President College: Boston University Hobbies: Model planes Patrol 3. NORMAN MATULSKY " Sonny " 11 Blossom St., Boston School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3. EDGAR V. MAXHELD " Ed " 27 Semont Rd., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Golf Golf 3. ANTHONY L. MEGNA " Tony " 454 Saratoga St., E. Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a success in life College: Boston University Hobbies: Painting, modeling Honors B3; Honor Roll 3; Pat- rol 3; Office Aide 4; Switch- board 4; Room Councillor 2; Alumni Committee; Captain; Track 2, 3. MICHAEL I. MELTZER " Mike " 77 V alnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a civil en- gineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Photography Honor Roll 2, 3; French, Presi- dent 4; Patrol 3; Captain, ROBERT M. MEZOFF " Bob " 38 Neponset Ave., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an account- ant College- Boston University Hobbies: Sports French Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 3; Baseball 2. JAMES G. MIADES " Jim " 255 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Ambiton: To be a television technician College Boston University Hobbies: Photography, arts, sports, tape recording Camera Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd. Lieutenant; Basket- ball 4; Golf 3. JAMES R. MICEU " Big Jim " 4 Pond Street PL, Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a great mu- sician College: Northeastern Hobbies: Trumpet Honors E2, H3, Gl, 13, Ml, Kl; Room Councillor 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; 1st. Lieu- tenant. DONALD L. MONROE 22 Emerald St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To enter the civil service Hobbies: Sports, music Glee 2, 3, 4, Patrol 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. ELDRIDGE MOORE, JR. " Eldy " 14 Grove St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition To be a C. P. A. College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4, Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Picture Committee; 1st. Lieutenant. RALPH J. MORANTE 15 Irving St., Boston School: St. Joseph ' s Ambition: To be a salesman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling, hunting Drum and Fife 2. GERARD W. MORGAN " Jerry " 22 Wadsv orth St., Allston School: Public Latin Ambition: To become a C. P. A. College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, football Honors LI, Ml; Room Athletic Councillor 3. RALPH F. MORRIS Horace " 9 Frazer St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To teach College: Boston College Hobbies: Trumpet, hockey, baseball Bond 3, 4; 2nd. Lieutenant. EDWARD C. MURPHY Ted " 3 Longfellow St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a government employee College: Boston College Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Patrol 2; Room Coun- cillor 4; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Health Room Corps 3, 4; Room Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Secretary, Student Council 4; Alumni 4; Captain. GERALD L. MURPHY " Jerry " 57 Avalon Rd., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology Hobbies: Basketball, baseball Honor Roll 2; Yearbook 4; Discussion Club 4; Camera Club 1; 1st. Lieutenant; Track 2. ( 45 ) ROBERT F. MURRAY Muz ' 826 East Fifth St., So. Boston School: Nazareth Ambition: To be a business executive Hobbies; Sailboat racing ROBERT J. MURRAY •Bob " 121 High St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports CHARLES P. NADER Charlie " 40 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Roxbury School: St. Patricks Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hunting, photogra- phy PATRICK F. NEEDHAM " Frank " 32 High land Ave., Roxbury School: St. Francis DeSales Ambition: To be a typewriter repairman Hobbies: Singing, dancing 2nd. Lieutenant. JAMES P. NIOSI Pete 20 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a teacher College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports, stamps, cars Patrol 3. HOWARD J. NOAH Howie " 65 Lucerne St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a success in hfe College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Basketball 2; Library Corps 4. CHARLES F. OCNOS " Chuck " 16 Dawes St., Boston School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Patrol 1st. Lieutenant. KENAN W. O ' DONNELL " O ' Dee " 24 St. Marks Rd., Dorchester School: St. Ann ' s, Neponset Ambition: To be an engineer Hobbies: Sports, chess, good books CORNELIUS I. O ' DHISCOLL " Cornie " 84 Montclaire Ave., West Roxbury School: Ireland Ambition: To attain a civil service job College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports ALAN H. OKSTEIN ' Al " 145 Chiswick Rd., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 3; Track 2. ( 46 ) PAUL K. O ' LEARY " P. K, " 577 E. 8th St., South Boston School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition; To be a teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Chess Club 3; Patrol 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, JOHN E. OLSON 75 Chambers St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be content and successful College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, swimming, books, golf French Club 4, Patrol 3, 4. GEORGE F. O ' NEILL ' Bing " 15 Atlantis St., W. Roxbury School: Cathedral Ambition: To be a physical education teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, hunting French 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 4, HERBERT P. OPPENHEIM " Herb " 35 Courtland Rd,, Dorchester School: Lewenberg Ambition: To be a business- man College: Boston University Hobbies: Collecting good books Honors E3, H2, Fl, F2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize E3; Health Room Corps 4. SHELDON OSOBOW 81 Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Bowling, basketball Mr. Brown ' s Aide 3. CARLTON A. PARLEE Sonny " 61 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury School: Dearborn Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports PAUL F. PASCALE 10 Ridgewood St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, swimming, stamps Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Yearbook Com- mittee; Track 2, 3. NORMAN R. PHILLIPS Norm " 12 Wilcock St., Dorchester School Thayer Academy Ambition: To be a singer College: Boston University Hobbies: Music HARRISON PINNIX ' Harry " 130 Emerson St., South Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Bowling, swimming Room Councillor 1, 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 3, Song Com- mittee 4. JOSEPH A. PIRO " Joe " 96 Everett St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an electronic engineer College: Saunders Radio and T.V. Hobbies: Radio, m,usic, bowl- ing Patrol 4. { 47 ) LAWRENCE W. POCKNETT Larry " 27 Whiting St " , Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition; To be an F. B. L agent College: Harvard Hobbies: Stamps Honor Roll 2; French Club 4; Sec.-Treas.; Captain; Track 2. ROBERT C. PORTER ' ■Rink ' 24 Countryside Drive, Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Track 3. NEIL M. POWERS " Mike ' 51 Gray St., Boston School: Cathedral Ambition: To have my own desk Hobbies: Fishing, hunting LAURENCE H. PRESS " Larry " 243 Harvard St., Dorchester School: Solomon Levirenberg Ambition: To be a business- man College: Northeastern, Busi- ness Administration Hobbies: Sports, voice Glee Club 4. CARLTON L. PURCELL Carl " 37 Hillsdale St., Dorchester School: Woodrovi?- " V ilson Ambition: To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Music, dancing Honors M2, K5, Wl; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2; Track 4. HARVEY L. RAPPAPORT " Harv " 23 Tennis Rd., Mattapan School: East Jr. High, Water- town Ambition: To be a private detective College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps, bowling Honors Fl, Wl; Patrol 4. ROBERT N. RAPS • Bob " 111 Norway St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To join the Navy Hobbies: Swimming, camping, baseball Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 3. THOMAS A. RECUPERO " Tom " 11 Ellsworth St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors Ml; Honor Roll 2; Band 2, 3, 4; President; Football 2, 3. MAXWELL REINSTEIN ' Maxie " 80 Seldon St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a business executive College: Massachusetts State Hobbies: Sports, music, stamp collecting Honors Wl; French Club 4. FRANCIS R. RICCI ■ Rich " 54 Homer St., East Boston School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston University Room Athletic Councillor 1; 1st. Lieutenant; Football 1. (48) EUGENE W. RICE " Gene " 358 Rock Island Rd., Quincy School: Mather Ambition; To travel College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Accumulating good records, mountain climbing Patrol 4; Switchboard 4; Band 4. SIDNEY RICHMAN " Sid " 133 Callender St., Dorchester School; Solomon Lewenberg Ambition; To own my own business College; Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps, photography Patrol 2; Individual Award in Drill Manual of Arms 2, 3; Drum and Fife 2; 2nd. Lieu- tenant; Golf 3. RUDOLPH RINOLDI " Rudy " 20 Albion Place, Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Hobbies; Baseball, football Honors C2; Lawrence Prize C2; Patrol 4. KEVIN RIORDAN 43 Braeburn Rd., Hyde ParK School; Oliver Wendell Holmes College: Boston College ROBERT C. ROBERTS " Bob " 59 Middlesex St., Winchester School; Woodbury H. S., Salem, N. H. Ambition; To be a doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Music, fishing, base- ball Honors E2, E3, HI, Gl, SI, S2, M2, M3, Dl; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize HI, S2; Fide- lity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Pat- rol 2; Undergraduate Scho- larship 3; Harvard Prize Book 3; Chairman, Yearbook Committee; Captain. JACK E. ROSEN Doc " 955 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a dentist College: University of Texas Hobbies: Photography Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4. EDMUND A. ROSS " Eddie " 21 Bateswell Rd., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition To be a sports writer College; Boston University Hobbies: Sports HOWARD B. ROTHMAN " Red " 8 Astoria St., Mattapan School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition; To be a business executive College; University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies; Weight lifting, sports, music Honors Wl, W2; Patrol 2, 3, 4. PHILIP RUGNETTA " Phil " 196 Minot St., Dorchester School; Woodrow Wilson Ambition; To be a pastry chef Hobbies; Sports Basketball 2; Football 2, 3. FRANK I. RUSSO " F. I. " 150 Princeton St., East Boston School: Public Latin Ambition; To be a chemical engineer { 49 ) MORGAN T. RYAN, JR. " Pen " 27 Woodard Rd., West Roxbury School: St. Aidan ' s Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston College, Busi- ness Administration Hobbies: Golf, bowling, danc- ing Honor Roll 1; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Ath- letic Councillor 1, 2; Chair- man, Prom Committee; Foot- ball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain. EDWARD M. SACKS " ' Ed " 116 Hutchings St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports, music Honors L2, M2; Honor Roll 2; French Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Health Room Corps 3; 2nd. Lieutenant. ROBERT O. SAISI " Oscar " 14 Leyden St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model airplanes, photography, bowling, fish- ing Honors El, E2, Gl, G2, F3, Ml, M2, D3, Wl; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; National Hon- or Society 3, 4; Captain. ARNOLD R. SAITOW " Arn " 176 Fairmount St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a research chemist College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports, socials Honors E3, F3, C2, P3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize F4; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club (V. Pres.) 4; Glee Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council (V. Pres.) 4; Captain. EDWARD G. SALEMY 12 Pembroke St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a finance analyst College: Boston College Hobbies: Fishing, bowling sports Honors L2, L3, F2, W2, W3, Q3; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize Q3; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Patrol 2, 4; Switchboard 3; Alumni Committee; 1st. Lieu- tenant. STUART H. SANHELD " Stu " 43 Linden St., Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Florida State Hobbies: Model building, stamps Honors Gl, F2, C2; Honor Roll 2, 3; French Club 2, 3. JOHN A. SARNIE " Jake " 12 Summit St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To go to college Hobbies: Football Patrol 4; Prom Committee; Baseball 4; Football 2, 3, 4. ALBERT G. SCHNEIDER " Albie " 70 loy St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors HI; Honor Roll 1, 2; Patrol 4; 2nd. Lieutenant. HARRY I. SEMONIAN " Hal " 435 Main St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a music edu- cator College: Boston University, General College Hobbies: Music Honors Wl, N5, N6; Room Ath- letic Councillor 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 2nd. Lieutenant; Track 2, 3; Tennis Manager 4. PAUL R. SENEGAL 29 No. Anderson St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a civil en- gineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors Ml; Honor Roll 1; Year- book Staff 4; Patrol 4. ( 50 ) NORMAN L. SHAPIRO " Noonie " 36 Ormond St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports, photography Honor Roll 2; Switchboard 4. RONALD N. SHEHADE " Sheik " 87 Waltham St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Woodwork, carving, model building Honors C2; Discussion Club 4; French Club 4; Alumni Com- mittee MARVIN E. SIDELL " Marv " 43 Almont St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern FREDERICK J. SMITH " Fred " 1853 Commonwealth Ave,, Brighton School: St. Columbkille ' s Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston College, Busi- ness Administration Hobbies: Dancing, sports Patrol 4; Baseball 4. CULLEN SIMS " Admiral " 64 Ruggles St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a boxer College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. JOSEPH B. SNOWDEN " Joe " 12 Notre Dome St., Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To go into the min- stry College: Northern Baptist Seminary Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4; Cross Country Letterman 3, 4, Captain and Manager 4; Track 2, 3. ROBERT F. SPELLMAN Bob " 1519 Blue Hill Ave, Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a pro ball- player College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, Room Councillor 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4. FRANCIS T. SPRIGGS " Babe " 359 Massachusetts Ave., Boston School: Nantucket High Ambition: To be a success College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Movies, music, sports Patrol 3; Football 4; Track 3, 4. J. PORTER STARRATT " Port " 522 Park Drive, Boston School: I. W. Weeks J. H. S., Newton Ambition: To be successful in business College: Boston College, Busi- ness Administration Hobbies: Cars, cars, cars Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 1. PAUL J. STELLA " Zapata " 236 Saratoga St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a successful plumber Hobbies: Dancing, sports, music Room Councillor 2; Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3. • ( 51 ) MELTON H. STERN " Mel " 169 Fairmount St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a success in life College: Northeastern Hobbies: Athletics Basketball 4. PETER R. STOLER " Pete " 16 Buchanan Rd., W. Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw- Ambition: To be a reporter College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Swimming, fishing Honors E3, H3, Fl; Lawrence Prize H3; Jfearbook Staff 4, Sports Editor; Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 4; Lieu- tenant, Track 2. PETER SWEETLAND " Pete " 104 Marlborough St., Boston School: Lowell High Ambition: To become a re- search scientist College: Brown University Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff, Editor 4; Rotary Club Rep- resentative; Captain; Bas- ketball 3, 4. ALLEN L. TAGER " Al " 8S Evans St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a chemist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Baseball 3. EDWARD W. TALIOS " Ed " 40 Kent St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a man Collf e: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling Captain. JOSEPH R. TALKOWSKI " Joe " 23 Kimball St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Bently ' s Hobbies: Bowling, swimming Honors B2, Wl; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Committee. CARL F. TAMMI 41 Ditson St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To own my own business College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Swimming, fishing Honor Roll 3; Room Councillor 4. THEODORE P. TANSEY " High Noon " 50 Lyon St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To enter the busi- ness world Hobbies: Baseball Band 4; 2nd. Lieutenant; Base- ball 3, 4; Tennis 1. DONALD F. TAYLOR ■ " Don " 76 W. Rutland Sq., Boston School: Public Latin College: Howard University Hobbies: Reading, sports Track 4. ROBERT K. TAYLOR " Bob " 54 Greendale Rd., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a jeweler Hobbies: Sports ( 52) FELIX S. TESTA " Phil " 70 Lexington St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be President of the U. S. College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, bowling French Club 4. CHARLES I. TIMILTY " Chuck " 28 Countryside Drive Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a business- man College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 1, 3, 4; Football 2, 3. RICHARD J. TOOMEY " Dick " 64 Perkins St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a pilot Hobbies: Airplanes Honors Bl; Office Aide 4. JAMES E. TRAVERS " Jim " 12 Courtney Rd., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hunting, skating, dancing ROBERT M. TRIDER " Bob " 3 Trenton St., Charlestown School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, bowling, music Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Band 3, 4; Captain, DAVID F. TUCK 67 Ferrin St., Charlestown School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a symphonic trumpet player College: Boston University Band 3, 4; 2nd. Lieutenant; Track 2. PAUL M. TUCKER 429 Chelsea St., East Boston School: Barnes Ambition: To train seals Hobbies: Fishing, camping, record collecting Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Committee 4. BERNARD M. TUOHY " Bernie " 113 Wren St., West Roxbury School: Martin Ambition: To be a business- man College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps, bowling, baseball French Club 3, 4; Camera Club 1; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 4; Cap- tain; Track 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2. HAROLD A. VALENCIA " Harry " 22 East St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an engraver Hobbies: Cars, music Honors Dl; Patrol 2. ROBERT L. VALENCIA " Line " 344 Bowdoin St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be a salesman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Prom Committee. ( 53 JOHN A. WALKER 24 Alban St., Dorchester School: Medford High Ambition: To be an electrical engineer C ollege: Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology Hobbies: Electronics, music GEORGE D. WALL 42 St. John St., Jamaica Plain School: St. Mary ' s College, Pennsylvania Ambition: To engage in for- eign relations work with youth Hobbies: Tennis, writing JOSEPH E. WALSH " Joey " 69 Montgomery St., Boston School: Rice Ambition:: To be a linotypist Hobbies: Philately, hunting GERALD H. WEINBERG " Jerry " 74 Wallingford Rd., Brighton School: William H. Taft Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Bowling, sports Yearbook Staff 4; 1st. Lieu- tenant; Track 4. RONALD E. WEINHELD " Ronny " 53 Wildwood St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a textile en- gineer College: Lowell Textile Hobbies: Boating, fishing, bowling Patrol 2, 3, 4, Office Aide 4; Laboratory Assistant 3, 4; 1st. Lieutenant. DONALD C. WEIR " Don " 259 Beacon St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a radio an- nouncer Hobbies: Reading, record col- lection Drum and Fife 1; Basketball 2. ROBERT T. WARD " Milt " 10 Walden St., Jamaica Plain School; Public Latin Ambition: To be a huge suc- cess College: Harvard Hobbies: Birds, butterflies Hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. RICHARD I. WATSON " Dick " 276 Geneva Ave., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do or become College: Boston College Hobbies: Bowling, collecting Glenn Miller records RICHARD B. WHALEN " Dick " 67 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester School: B. C. High Ambition: To be an electri- cian College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports Basketball 1. HAROLD A. WHIPPEN " Whip " 188 North Beacon, Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a radio and television repairman Hobbies: Automobiles, bowl- ing Band 3; Drum and Bugle 2; Track 2. ( 54 ) ROBERT K. WHITNEY " Bob " 15 Eldora St., Roxbury School: Martin Ambition: To be a business manager College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, dancing ing, bowling GERALD M. WILLIAMS " Jerry " 41 Dale St., Roxbury School: I. A. Timilty Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, photogra- phy, skating Patrol 3. JAMES WILLIAMS Jimmy " 27 Newland St., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a pianist College: B. U., School of music Hobbies: Photography Glee Club 4; Patrol 4. WILBERT WILSON " Will " 137 Ruggles St., Boston School: Waterwork School, Savannah, Ga. Ambition: To be a professional boxer and live so God can use me Hobbies: Boxing, bowling, baseball FRANK C. WING " Frankie boy " 65 Grady Ct., East Boston School: Farm and Trades Ambition: To be a machinist Hobbies: Stamp collecting, chess Band 3; Tennis 2. IP i ' ii iMi VP ' ' SBll r fei ' FRANK WOLPE 1443 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Weight-lifting, ten- nis, bowling Track 3. RICHARD WONG " Dick " 36 Harrison Ave., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To travel around the world College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3; Health Room Corps 4, Room Councillor 2; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; 1st. Lieu- tenant. ROBERT J. WONG " Bob " 108 Maverick St., East Boston School: Most Holy Redeemer Hobbies: Woodworking, radio Honors El. PAUL YUEN 219 Harrison Ave., Boston School: In China Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Painting, records Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Fl, D2; Patrol 4. LEO ZAGAMI " The Kid " 15 Angell St., Mattapan Ambition: To spend lots of money College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports 2nd. Lieutenant. ( 55 ) JOSEPH J. ZARBA " Joe " 493 Hanover St., Boston School: Michelangelo Jr. High Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, basketball Honors B3; Honor Roll 3; Law- rence Prize Kl; Patrol 4; Vice President; Isl. Lieuten- ant; Basketball 2; Football 2, 3, 4. VINCENT P. ZIRAKIAN " Vin " 347 Centre St., Jamaica Plain School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a mainten- ance engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, dancing, airplane models Honors E2, HI, Fl, M2, C2, D3; Honor Roll 2; Patrol 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Track 2. CHARLES G. DAVIS " Jerry " 6 O ' Collaghan Way, South Boston School: St. John ' s, Roxbury Ambition: To be a doctor Hobbies: Electric trains Track 2. LEO I.. BEVILACQUA " Bevy " 20 W. Cottage St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball JOHN W. BRODERICK " Jack " School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To be a teacher Hobbies: Stamps LOUIS J. CANTORI 49 Mapleton St., Brighton School: Public Latin College: University of Massa- chusetts Honors E2, HI, H2, Gl, Ml, M2, C2; Lawrence Prize Gl; Fidelity Prize 3; Patrol 3. Also . . . EDWARD V. CASH " Ed " 9 Melrose St., Boston School: Acton High Ambition: To be a man Switchboard 2. WILLIAM F. DELANEY " Bill " 397A West Broadway, South Boston Scliool: Nazareth Ambition: To retire at 35 Hobbies: Stamps, coins Honors E6, H3, K3, Wl, W2; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize K3; Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook S:aff 3, 4; Stamp 2; Patrol 4. PAUL E. FANDEL " Paul " 57 Forest St., Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To be an electrician College: Wentworth Hobbies: Sports RAYMOND FLUKE Ray " 12 Landor Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography DANA A. GIANNOTTI 110 St. Andrew Rd., E. Boston School: John Cheverus JAMES B. HOLMES " Jim " 209 Wachusett St., Jamaica Plain School: Roslindale High Ambition: To enter the res- teraunt business College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, music, record collecting Room Athletic Councillor 4. ( 56) JAMES P. KEAVENEY. JR. " Jim " 74 Hillsdale St., Dorchester School: St. Gregor y ' s Ambition: To be an undertak- er College: Boston College Hobbies: Sleeping Honors E2, L2, M2; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize E2; Fidel- ity Prize 2; Room Athletic Councillor 3. ARISTIDS J. LAMBERGS " Aris " 90 St. Botolph St., Boston School: Latvian High in Ger- many Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, stamps, auto- mobiles LARRY N. LESSER 18 Deering Rd., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To own my own business Hobbies: !5ancina, baseba ' l Patrol 3; Room Councillor 2. WILLIAM M. Mcdonough 884 Washington St., Dorchester School: St. Augustine ' s Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4. JAMES K. McKENNA Mac " 105 Union Park St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To own a store Hobbies: Fishing Room Councillor 2; 2nd. Lieu- tenant. JAMES MAHONEY " Jim " 33 Larch St., Brighton School: Our Lady ' s Ambition: To graduate from college College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports LEONARD E. MARGET 77 Ballou Ave., Dorchester Ambition: To be on engineer College:: Northeastern Honors M2, P3; Patrol 4; Cap- tain. ROBERT J. MONTGOMERY ■ Bob " 35 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Roxbury School: St, William ' s Ambition: To be a railroad en- gineer Hobbies: Basketball, football, dancing Band 1, 2, 3. GEORGE X. RANDALL 159 Temple St., West Roxbury Ambition: To be a business- man Hobbies: Music Band 2, 3, 4; 1st. Lieutenant. MELVIN ROGOFF Mel " 247 Columbia Rd., Dorchester DAVID M. SANDSTROM " Sandy " 306 Beech St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a commercial artist College: Vesper George Ait School Hobbies: Drawing, photogra- phy, skiing, golf Golf 4. RICHARD P. VERRO " Dick " 8 Emmons St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To manage my own business Hobbies: Traveling, fishing DAVID P. WHITE " Dave " 73 Pershing Rd., Jamaica Plain School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To be a business- man Hobbies: Skating, fishing, swimming Glee Club 4; Patrol 3; Tennis 4. Career Quidmce " 1953 Selecting the right career is one of the most difficult, but also one of the most important tasks one has to face in life. Realizing this, the Head Master, assisted by members of the faculty, organized a career guidance program. The purpose of this undertaking was to aid students in choosing a suitable higher institution of learning for trade, profession, or business. The career guidance meetings supplement vocational study with first-hand information from men active in various fields and provide an opportianity for prospective college applicants to have their questions answered. The entire sudent body accepted career guidance with genuine enthusi- asm and with definite recognition of its tremendous value. Many studenis were introduced to opportunities which they never knew existed while others ( 57 ) were able to better acquaint themselves with vocations with which they previ- ously had been only remotely familiar. The meetings of the nineteen fifty three career guidance program were held twice each week, on Wednesday and Friday, during the first two weeks in March. The first of the two forty-minute assemblies were devoted to represent- atives of higher institutions of learning and the last two were given over to lec- turers from various business and professional fields. A meeting of students interested in a particular college usually began with a discussion of college in general — the back-ground required of the successful college student, college life and advice on estimating the value of a college education in one ' s future. This discussion was followed by a detailed descrip- tion of the institution being represented. Near the end of each meeting time was set aside for questions from the students, during which questions were an- swered regarding pre-medical, pre-dental and engineering courses; and Army, Navy and Air ROTC and Marine training. Meetings of this type were conduct- ed by Dr. Eric Cutler of Harvard College; Mr. Ralph Cutting of Tufts College, School of Liberal Arts; Thomas L. Morison of Bentley; Lt. Lee Harrington of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy; Bruce F. Kingsbury of M. 1. T., C. N. Meri- ano of the New England College of Pharmacy; and many others. In all, eight- een different higher institutions of learning were represented. The business and professional men carried on their meetings along the same general pattern. Each discussed the advantages and disadvantages of his career, and opportunities for advancement. A part of each of these meet- ings was also set aside for questions. The fifteen business and professional fields represented included newspaper advertising, represented by James Krig- man of the Boston Globe; the oil industry represented by L. T. White of Cities Service Oil Co.; radio and television represented by David M. Cox; medicine represented by Eli Friedman, M. D.; and salesmanship, represented by Harold Shapiro. Several four year apprenticeship courses were outlined by Charles John- son of the General Electric River Works at Lynn. These courses allow quali- fied young men, between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one years to begin work as tool and die makers, maintainance men, patent makers, draftsmen, or foundry moulders, while pursuing a well-planned educational program at M. I. T. or the Lowell Institute. The need for career guidance will continue to grow with the increase in the student body, but it is a safe prediction that the new English High School career guidance program will satisfy that need, because there is no subsitute for direct information from men active in the various businesses and profes- sions. ( 58 ) Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment Front Row (left to right): Nicholas Casaburi, Anthony Megna, Gerald Mruphy, Lawrence Pocknett, Edv ard Talios, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Vincent Finocchi. Back Row (left to right): George Anbinder, Richard Ocnos, Robert Saisi, Col, Meanix, Edwaid Salemy, Sheldon Cutler, James Niosi. Colonel Lawrence W. Pccknett Lieut.-Colonel Edv ard W. Talios Major (1st Bat.) Kevin T. Fitzpatrick Major (2nd Bat.) Anthony Megna Major (3rd Bat.) Gerald L. Murphy INDIVIDUAL DxRILL Paul F. Poscale Herman J. Leventhal Philip Rugnetta Warren P. MacPhadden James P. Keaveney Walter D. Delaney Paul B. Kelley Thomas A. Gallozzi Herbert F. Shellman Robert A. Maloof Frank J. Curran ( 60 ) Commissioned Officers of the Second Regiment Colonel Lieut.-Colonel Major (1st Bat.) Major (2nd Bat.) Major (3rd Bat.) -James F. Grant Paul Aizley Norman R. Phillips -Peter Sweetland -Jeremy H. Hughes INDIVIDUAL DRILL Roger P. Dow }oseph A. Sapanaro George Minister! Ronald N. Shehade Donald P. Glynn Manuel J. Carco George L. Murphy Bruce T. Cleveland William F. O ' Neil James G. Salidas ( 61 ) Drum and Bugle Corps Front Row (left to right): Richard Wong, Arthur Jackson, Jay Savage, George Goldstein, Allan Bass, Robert Mitchell. Second Row (left to right): William Still, Arthur Fink, Guy Schipellite, Horace Boyd, George Bul- lock, James Holland, Paul Morris, Frank Graham, Stewart Barden. Back Row (left to right): Robert Schuman, Bill Stanford, Joseph Burgess, Harvy Freedman, Ha.-ry Goon, William Sarette, LeRoy Ramsay PRIZE WINNERS James E. Downey Ronald A. Jordan William J. Sarette George D. Bullock (62) Military Band Front Row (left to right); Stanley Dzierzeski, Frank Wing, Richard Giglio, Wayne Hazzard, lohn Croke, James Miceli, Harry Semonian, James Miades, Arthur Flynn, Nicholas Kanavos. Second Row (left to right): Fred Richards, Noah Brown, Laverne Aspling, Edwin Krosnicki, Lucian Priest, Edward Dziezeski, John Haywood, Ralph Morris, William Burrell, Robert Trider, Julius Rosales, Robert Hazleton, John Elliott, Robert Murphy, Robert Carroll, David Nutting, John Ryan, David Tuck, Mr. Latham. Third Row (left to right): John Walker, Charles Simpson, Allan Issner, Malcolm Rakov, John Dougan, Arnold Adreani, Norman Cohen, Arthur Michelson, David Walsh, Charles Frey, Richard Lyons, Mel- vin Schneider, Brendan Harrington, Frank Thorburn, Donald Gillyourd, Thomas Recupero. BAND PRIZE WINNERS Wayne B. Hazzard James Miceli- John P. Croke David F. Tuck Thomas A. Recupero Frank C. Wing (63 ) Mom Koll OF ENGLISH HIGH BOYS WHO ENTERED THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR 1952 - 1953 Edward Assad Air Force James Ccrrras Air Force Charles M. Carrol Army Edward Doherty Marines William J. King Army Robert Montgomery Air Force Gwok M. Moy Army James T. Nordyke Navy F ichard Norton Marines Foo V . Wong Army EHS FOOTBALL From the kickoff which opened our season to the last gun on Thanksgiving Day, the Eng- lish football team fought all the way. There were cheers from the English rooting section as the team topped Roslindale by a score of 6 to 0 in the opening Jamboree. A week later, playing in mud and rain, English sent Groton Prep down to a smashing defeat with a score of 32 to 12. The Memorial team gave way before a combination of Dick Carey ' s aerial attack and the ground gaining of Ron Hadge and John Burke, and lost 30 to 6. The Technical eleven took a 40 to 20 trouncing at the hands of the Blue and Blue; and a week later, a similar performance was repeated against Commerce. Commerce scored an early first period touchdown, but Charley Timilty got possession of the ball and ran it back to even up the score. English had things pretty much its own way for the rest of the game: the final score standing English 33 and Commerce 6. Trade couldn ' t even get started as Carey, Hadge, and Burke shifted into high gear, and led the English team to a 34 to 0 victory. The next week ' s contest, with Carey scoring two touchdowns, and Hadge a third, still re- sulted in a 25 to 18 loss for English at the hands of Dorchester. In a neck-in-neck thriller, in which Carey hurled one touchdown pass to Burke, and another to Kinnaly after which Hadge scored, we were beaten by a blocked kick which made B. C. High the winner 13 to 12. We were shut out by East Boston in the next game, a game in which it seemed as if we ' d never get started. In our annual Thanksgiving Day classic, Latin took advantage of an early score and con- tinued to roll it up throughout the game. Carey ' s passing was cut short by an injury which kept him out of a greater part of the game, and Ron Hadge and John Burke carried on. Hats off to Captain Dick Carey who spark-plugged the team with his passing, kicking, and running ... to Ron Hadge and John Burke who cleared paths through the rival line for more than just a few scores ... to George Kinnaly, Charley Timilty, and Tom Elia for always being in there and fighting ... to our linemen — Jake Sarnie, Art Krozy, " Bo " Berlandi, " Butch " Spellman, Petrie, Gautreau, Frank Spriggs, and Joe Zarba . . . and to everyone on the team, all of whom worked together to make this season a great one — win or lose. ( 66 ) FOOTBALL First Row (left to right): Robert Spellman, George Kinally, Arthur Krozy, John Burke, Mr. Downey, Captain Dick Carey, Coach Stewart, William Joyce, Tony Berlandi, Jake Sarni, Ron Hadge. Second Row (left to right): Peter Francis, Tom Elia, Warren MacPhadden, Lewis Applebaum, Bob Fabiano, James Dennehy, Robert Barbarisi, Bob McCarthy, Frank Spriggs, Charlie Timilty, Leon Aronson, John Greco, Tom Recupero, Faculty Manager Ronan. Third Row (left to right): Tom Shea, James Sorrento, Don Gautreau, Leon Entas, Phil McCabe, Paul McDonough, William McDonough, Joe Zarba, George McGunigle, Dana Giannotti, Eddie Doherty, Walter Foley, Al Devine, Robert Power. Fourth Row (left to right); Robert Petrie, John Peterson, Henry Moody, Phil Scata, Robert Savisky, Charlie Foley, Maurice McCatty, Ray Grande, Norman Chaban, Gerald D ' Avolio, Manager Jim Grant. ( 67 ) FOOTBALL WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E LOUIS r ppieDauiii William Joyce Leon Aronson ( eorge Kmnaly Robert Bctrbarisi Arthur Krozy Anthony Berlandi rniiip McUabe John Burke noiDert McUartny Richard Corey (Copt.) Paul McDonough John Dennehy William McDonough Edward Doherty Gecrge McGunigle Ihomas hlia Warren MacPhadden Leon Entas Robert Petrie Robert Fabiano Robert Powers Charles Foley John Sarnie Walter Foley Robert Savisky Donald Goutreau James Sorento Dan.a Giannotti Robert Spellman James Grant (Manager) Francis Spriggs Ronald Hadge Charles Timilty Joseph Zarba THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 13 Roslindale 2 E. H. S. 32 Groton 1 2 E. H. s. 30 Memorial 6 E. H. s. 40 Technical 20 E. H. s. 33 Commerce 6 E. H. s. 34 Trade 0 E. H. s. 18 Dorchester 25 E. H. s. 12 B. C. High 13 E. H. s. 6 E. B. High 0 E. H. s. 12 Latin 30 (68) CROSS COUNTRY Front Row (left to right) Ferdinand Beckette, Paul Clauss, Peter Francis, Mr. Downey, John Miller, Jerome Goldman, Martin Coyne. Back Row (left to right): Joseph Snowden (Capt.), Arthur King, John Hurley, Charles Henderson, Thomas Porro, Mr. Ronan (Coach). WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Ferdinand Beckette Paul Clauss Martin Coyne Peter Francis Jerome Goldman Charles Henderson John Hurley Malcolm Kershaw Arthur King John Miller Thomas Porro Eugene Rice Joseph Snowden October 2 October 13 City Meet English 31 Commerce 49 Technical 56 Memorial 94 Latin 36 English 43 B. C. High 58 Technical 128 Trade 133 Latin 41 English 59 Commerce 59 Trade 90 Technical 128 Memorial 137 THE SEASON ' S RECORD Reggies State Meet Latin 48 English 59 Hyde Park 76 Commerce 85 Trade 107 Memorial 167 Technical 187 Dorchester 228 Top Three Melrose 50 Latin 75 English 88 ( 69 ) TRACK The English track team opened the season by participating in the Fargo Games at South Boston. No team total is kept in this meet, and its only purpose was to give the boys a pre- season workout. English was, however, well represented. A week later, several members of the E. H. S. track team entered in the Y. M. C. A. Games, another pre-season meet. The main purpose for entering runners in this meet is to give them experience and to classify them properly for the major meets to follow. Pete Francis in the mile, John Hurley in the 600, and three relay teams were our principal entries. Our first quad meet of the year was held cn January 15, against Commerce, Roxbury Memorial, and Trade. The results of this meet shewed on easy victory for English. In the B. A. A. Meet (the old Northeastern Meet), we finished the lowest that English has ever finished — 22nd place. Co-captain Cullen Sims and Jerry Goldman were the only sen- iors running, and in race after race, it was evident that we were just not making the grade, and most of the burden was carried by sophomores and juniors. In the K. of C. Meet that even- ing, our Midget Relay team helped us to forget cur defeat of the afternoon by winning their event. In January 22 ' s Quad meet, the scores were Latin 126, English 87, Roxbury Memorial 83, and Dorchester 20. Pete Francis logged 4:49:2 fcr the fastest mile until the Reggies. In the following week ' s Novice Meet, English made a good showing, and took some of the salt out of its wounds by winning. Although the team as a whole improved, and times were better, English finished in the 10th place in the State Meet — the lowest we have ever finished in this meet. Our only points were scored by Pete Francis, who tallied for 3 points in the mile. Again, the Midget relay team helped square the account by winning in the evening B. A. A. Meet at Boston Garden. English won the next two Quad meets: the first with Southie, Tech, and Hyde Park; and the next against Tech, Roxbury Memorial, and B. C. High. The team put on a much better performance, but it was clear that not enough experienced men were on the team. The fact ( 70) TRACK Front Row (left to right): John Rice, Ferdinand Bekette, John Hurley, Peter Francis, Morgan Ryan, Mr. Downey, Cullen Simms, Willie O ' Neil, Jerry Goldman, Don Taylor, Seaborn Scott. Second Row (left to right): Jim Fuller (Mgr.), Joe Sapenarro, John Bitteti, Charles Henderson, Horace Boyd, Paul Clauss, James Cox, Bob Shannon, Art Henderson, Paul O ' Leary, James Keany, Jim Marais, Chester Kuzia, Mr. Ronan (Coach). Third Row (left to right): Bob Arnold, Robert McManamin, Joe Gialla, Tom Clark, Bob Murphy, John Kane, Martin Coyne, Bill Dilday, Jay Savage, Brad Wipple, Thomas Kordasewski, Tom Porro, Jim Carrol, Kent Smith. Fouth Row (left to right): Robert Savisky, John Burke, Jerry Goodman, John McColgan, John Miller, Bob Stanwood, Robert Fabiano, Frank Spriggs. that last year ' s team was made up of a majority of seniors may have been one of the rea- son ' s for this. The Blue and Blue placed in all five races in the Relay Carnival, but went down to defeat for the first time in many years. English tallied one first place, three third places, and one second place. A few days later, Latin gave us another trimming, this time in a meet with Tech and Trade taking secondary positions. In the last event of the season — the Reggies — Latin, led off by a wide margin, gained on the field events, and it looked as though we would cut them down. But the lead was too great, and so Latin won again with 27 points picked up on field events. Although it missed many of last year ' s stars, the team as a whole did well. Pete Francis, John Miller, Cullen Sims, Seaborn Scott, John Hurley and others scored rather consistently in the running end of the sport, and Bob Fabiano seemed to hold up his share of the load in the shot-put. ( 71 ) TRACK WINNERS OF THE VARSITY " E " Ferdinand Beckette Lee Maier Horace Boyd John McColgan John Burke Arthur Michaelson Joseph Burkett John Miller Robert Carroll John Murphy Thomas Clark William O ' Neil Paul Clauss Thomas Porro James Cox James Ricker William Dildoy John Rice Robert Fabiano Morgan Ryan (Co-Capt.) Peter Fran cis Jay Savage Jerome Goodwin Seaborn Scott Joseph Hickey Robert Shannon John Hurley Cullen Sims (Co-Capt.) John Kane Kent Smith James Keaney Francis Spriggs Chester Kuzia Donald Taylor THE SEASON ' S RECORD Indoor Track Fargo Meet — for boys in the Novice class — no score kept. Y.M.C.A. Meet — individual basis — no score kept. B.A.A. games — E. H. S. in the past 9 years has won four times, but this year with a team rebuilding we finished low in the program. Pete Francis in the mile was our only scorer. We won two quad meets with impressive scores and lost two by slight margins. In the State Meet our team improved over the B.A.A. games, but we were not impressive. Relay Carnival- — Finished 2nd. Reggies — Second to Latin. The team continued to show improvement. Outdoor Track Univ. of Mass — 2nd. State Relays at Belmont — 3rd. Won our first quad meet. Lost to Newton in a guad meet. Second in City Meet. First in Reggies Long climb from 22nd position in the B.A.A. to tenth to third to second to first; but we made it! Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 ( 72 ) BASKETBALL Front Row (left to right): Warren MacPhadden, Ronald Elkind, Jack Johnson, Mr. Downey, Richard Carey (Capt.), Mr. Sullivan (Coach), Paul Duddy, Mel Stern, Ben Fernandez. Top Row (left to right); Peter Sweetland (Mgr.), LeRoy Thomas, John Lowe, Bob MacGillivary, Charlie Foley, Walter Mortimer, Tom Shea. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY " E " Richard Carey (Copt.) Paul Duddy Ronald Elkind Benjamin Fernandez Jack Johnson Warren MacPhadden Melton Stern Peter Sweetland Charles Foley Robert MacGillivary John Lowe Walter Mortimer Thomas Shea Leroy Thomas Donald Weir ( 73 ) BASKETBALL English High now has permanent possession of the Boston " Record- American " Trophy for winning the City of Boston Championship three times. Bob MacGillivary ' s deadly hook shot, the consistently good playing of Paul Duddy and Jack Johnson, Mel Stern ' s flashy ball handling and set-shooting, and the hard, fast playing of Dick Corey and Charley Foley were all major factors in winning the championship. And, led by these boys, English became the only team from the city of Boston to win a game in the Eastern Mass. Basketball Tourney. The team started off the season like a ball of fire, and went undefeated until our first meeting with last year ' s champions, Dorchester High. Dorchester, defending champions in the Boston Conference, gained possession of first place in the Intown League by winning 59 to 58 in on overtime game. Six foot-four center MacGillivary scored 41 points, hitting for an average of 61%. At our own gym, however, Dorchester was not so fortunate, losing to tie the race for intown championship. The next week. Tech ' s surprise defeat of Dorchester put the English quintet out in front again. Boston Latin, our traditional rivals, did not fare so well against the Blue and Blue. Latin ' s Francis was the only B. L. S. player to do much scoring, and even he was held down. In the second game, the same story was repeated. English piled up the score and clinched the In- town League Pennant in our second game by beating the Purple 64 to 55 on their own court, with Mel Stern scoring 20 points. In a game with Trade, Bob MacGillivary scored 27 points to break the individual season scoring record with 274 points, three more than the previous record. After the regular season, English met Hyde Park, district schools champion in the City Championship Playoff at Boston Garden. Using the all-court press, and hitting consistently, the English five handed Hyde Park its first defeat in 15 starts. Jack Johnson and Bob Mac- Gillivary hit for 16 each, Paul Duddy and Leroy Thomas for 8 apiece. Captain Dick Carey for 6, Mel Stern for 9, and Walt Mortimer for 2. Besides winning the City Championship and the right to play in the Tech Tourney, Eng- lish had a couple of individual champs. Jack Johnson was voted the Most Valuable Player in the Boston Conference, and Bob MacGilivary set a new city-wide scoring record with 353 points for the season. THE TECH TOURNEY In the first round of the Tourney, on Tuesday, March 10, English met Chelsea High, run- ner-up in the Greater Boston League. The Blue and Blue dominated the play, with a 17 to 9 lead at the quarter and a 29 to 21 lead at half time. They really came to life in the second half, and as the game went on, it became more evident that English was the master of the situation. Duddy and MacGillivary sccred 21 and 26 points respectively; Thomas, 4; and Johnson, 5; while Mel Stem gave a dazzling exhibition of ball-handling and dribbling, and in- cidentally, scored 6 points. The final score: English 62 — Chelsea 44. The second round saw English matched against Mission High of Roxbury. On a basket scored 90 seconds after sudden death, overtime was called. Mission edged English out of the Tourney by a score of 57 to 56. Mission led by a score of 21 to 11 at the quarter, but by half time the English five had closed it to 29 to 28. At the end of three periods English led by 9 points, but Mission closed it to 53 to 53 at the end of regulation. By the end of the first overtime period it was 55 - 55. In the sudden death, English again scored first; Paul Duddy from the foul line, but Mission ' s McAdams dribbled in from the side and popped in a layup. Jack Johnson and Bob MacGillivary each got his share of points and rebounds, and Mel Stem, the set shot wonder, scored 18 points. With tie score and 30 seconds left to play in regulation, MacGillivary played out the clock and shot. His parting shot rimmed the hoop twice before falling out. When it finally did roll out, the crowds went wild as the teams went into overtime. In the first overtime, MacGillivary put up two foul shots, but McAdams tied it up with two more. Mission then took possession and froze the ball for just over a minute, the gun sounding as the final shot missed. And then came Sudden Death. ( 74 ) BASKETBALL THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 69 Trade 46 E. H. S. 74 Rox. Memorial 61 E. H. S. 86 B. C. High 53 E. H. S. 74 Commerce 50 E. H. s. 88 Technical 45 E. H. s. 58 Dorchester 59 E. H. s. 49 Latin 47 E. H. s. 58 Technical 52 E. H. s. 75 Commerce 5 1 E. H. s. 68 Trade 34 E. H. s. 57 Dorchester 51 E. H. s. 76 Rox. Memorial 68 E. H. s. 74 B. C. High 68 E. H. s. 64 Latin 55 E. H. s. 65 Hyde Park 60 TECH TOURNEY E. H. s. 62 Chelsea 44 E. H. s. 56 Mission 57 ( 75 ) HOCKEY The referee skated out to center ice at Boston Arena, dropped the puck, and stood back as the players began the scramble for it — and the hcckey season was officialy opened. The teams on the ice were English and Technical. The score at the end of the game was Eng- lish 2 - Technical 3. Bob McCarthy and George Kinnaly scored the two English goals, and goalie Walt Foley stopped several hard smashes before Tech ' s scoring ace, Rciph DeLeo, put one in in 7:41 of the third period to sew up the game fcr Tech. The English sextet made up for their initial defeat by trimming Roslindale, 5 to 3. Roslin- dale, stripped of last year ' s stars gave up three goals to Paul Kelley, one to Kinnaly, with McCarthy getting a goal and an assist. In another week, Dorchester met the same fate as Roslindale. Two goals by Kinnaly and a third by sophomore Bob Boyle shut them out, 3 to 0. The next shutout victim was Commerce, which suffered a two to nothing defeat. McCar- thy scored the first goal on an assist by Bob M ahoney in the 2nd period, and in the third period, a repeat performance, this time on an assist from Mahoney; Paul Arzouhaljian scor- ed the second goal of the afternoon. Then, spearheaded by McCarthy ' s four goals, and goals by Ward, MccQueen, and Kinnaly, English ser.i Trade down to a 7 to 0 loss, and moved one step closer to second place. In a rough game, during which many players from both sides found themselves in the " Bastille " , English jumped over Latin into second place by trimming Roxbury Memorial 2 to 0. Mahoney was the first to tally, followed by a goal by Kinnaly on an assist by Kelley. The next week, English sent traditional rival Latin down to a 3 to 2 loss. McCarthy lit up the scoring light early in the first period with an assist from Kinnaly, and later in the same period Kelley tallied with assists by McCarthy and Kinnaly. McCcrrthy made it two for the after- noon in the second period, and Latin ' s two goals couldn ' t top our score. In a playoff gome cgainst Maiden Catholic at Boston Garden, the shots came thick and fast — too fast. Gcclie Wolt Foley held them as best as he could, but when the final bell sounded, the sec re stood 7 to 0 — in favor of Molden Catholic. Summing up the season, let ' s say " Congratulations! " to high-sccrers Bob McCarthy, George Kinnaly, and assist-man Bob Mahoney, to Walt Foley who did a great job of guard- ing the cage during the season, and to all the kids who worked together to pull the team to second place in the Boston Conference. And while we ' re giving out laurels, let ' s not forget Mr. Stewart, who coached the team to the runner-up berth. ( 76 ) HOCKEY Front Row (left to right): Walter Foley, Phil Arnone, Bob McCarthy, Mr. Downey, Paul Kelley (Capt ), Mr. Stewart (Coach), George Kinnaly, Bob MocQaeen. Back Row (left to right): Frank Geysen (Mgr.), Dana Gianotti, Jerry D ' Avolio, Jim Mahoney, Gary Cronin, Robert Boyle, Warren Patersen, Quentin Freeley, Paul Arzouhaljian, Robert Pesce. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY " E " Philip Ainone Paul Kelley, Capt. Robert Boyle George Kinnaly Gary Cronin Marvin Leventhal Gerald D ' Avolio Robert MacQueen Walter Foley Robert McCarthy Dana Giannotti James Mahoney John Greco Robert Pesce Brenden Harrington Warren Petersen Robert Spellman THE SEASON ' S RECORD English 2 Technical 3 English 5 Roslindale 3 English 3 Dorchester 0 English 2 Commerce 0 English 7 Trade 0 English 2 Rox. Memorial 0 English 3 Latin 2 English 0 Maiden Catholic 7 (77) BASEBALL After being snowed out of their first few games of the season, the Stewartmen in their con- ference opener blanked the High School of Commerce 8 - 0 behind the superb one hit pitching of Bing O ' Neill. Jamaica Plain proved to be too much as we bowed 10-6, and gave J. P. their only win of the season. After annihilating Roslindale, Trade, and Charlestown, the big bat of Ron Hadge helped to whitewash Memorial 12-4. We were matched by a rough Dorchester nine which later captured the City Crown and dropped a 10 - 5 decision at Billings. The Blue and Blue climbed back on the winning trail by squeezing out a 9 - 7 win over Tech in 10 innings and a close 4 - 2 decision over South Boston. The wagon kept rolling with victories over Hyde Park, Brighton, and B. C. High. The latter victory attributes thanks to some timely hitting by Tom Shea and clutch pitching by Paul Duddy. The traditional Latin game found the cards reversed this year with the Purple and White from the Fens edging us out 9 - 8. BLUE PRINTS OF THE SEASON ... The Double Blue in a practice game handed the Nor- folk State Prison squad their only defeat of the year, winning 7 - 3 . . . The heavy artillery at the plate was led by Ron Elkind .446, Willie McDonough .370, and John Bitetti .352 . . . Paul Duddy led the moundsmen with a 7 - 0 record. . . Tom Elia pitched a nifty 3 hitter against Cathedral in his only appearance . . . The Roslindale score brought thoughts of football. Eng- lish capitalized on 14 hits and 17 errors, winning 24 - 5 . . . Young sophomore hurler Joe Kara threw a classy 3 hitter against Charlestown . . . Next year ' s club will be co-captained by Tom Shea and Walt Mortimer . . . Repeaters and co-captains of this year ' s squad, John Bitetti and Dick Carey along with newcomer Ron Elkind will represent E. H. S. in the annual Boston- Catholic AU-Star game. THE SEASON ' S RECORD H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. H. S. S. S. S. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. 5 6 11 8 7 11 5 12 24 12 9 4 12 6 12 7 11 8 Medford 1 Jamaica Plain 10 Trade 4 Commerce 0 Cathedral 3 Cathedral 3 Dorchester 10 Roxbury Memorial 4 Roslindale 5 Lawrence Academy 4 Technical 7 South Boston 2 Charlestown 1 B. C. High 3 Hyde Park 5 Norfolk State Prison 3 Brighton 4 Latin 9 ( 78 ) BASEBALL Front Row (left to right); George O ' Neill, Dick Carey (Co-Capt.), Coach Stewart, Mr. Downey, John Bitetti (Co-Copt.), Ron Elkind. Second Row (left to right): Robert Powers, Joe Kara, Lee Moier, Paul Duddy, Bob McDonough, William McDonough, Bob Spellman, Ron Hadge. Third Row (left to right): Robert MacManamin, Jerry D ' Avolio, Louis DelPrete, Walter Mortimer, Tom Shea, George Kinnaly, Bob McQueen, Tom Elia. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E John Bitetti (Co-Captain) Dick Carey (Co-Captain) Gerry D ' Avolio Louis Del Prete Paul Duddy Tom Elia Ronnie Elkind Ronnie Hadge Joseph Kara George Kinnaly Bob McDonough Willie McDonough Bob McManamin Bob MacQueen Lee Maier Walter Mortimer Robert Powers Tommy Shea Bob Spellman ( 79 ) TENNIS Front Rov (left to right): Frank Marston, Robert Ward (Captain), Frank Wing. Back Row (lett to right); Harris Lansky, William Derrah, Mr. Murphy (Coach), David White, Paul Arzouhaljian. Although the tennis team scored no important wins this year, the coach ' s very much pleased. The team was composed of freshmen, with a few seniors. After May 9th these boys had to work hard to overcome the handicap of the loss of their cap- tain and of the other seniors. The remaining members of the team showed real spirit; they were most cooperative, always pleasant, and conducted themselves like gentlemen at all times. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Harris Lansky (Manager) Robert Ward (Captain) ( 80 ) GOLF Front Rov (left to right): Richard Golding, Richard O ' Brien, James Mahoney (Captain), James Mac- Donald, William O ' Toole. Back Row (left to right): Robert Goscinak, Thomas Callahan, Robert Murphy, Robert Mitchel, Thomas Hogan, Mr. Simmons (Coach). Our team repeated last year ' s performance and finished the year tied for 3rd place with Trade. Although this was just an average year, all matches were close, with the exception of the match with Latin. Latin again placed first in the league. In the city medal play-offs, we took 4th, 5th and 10th. Although Captain James Mahoney has graduated this year, the rest of the team is intact. It looks like a good year in the offing. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Richard Golding James Mahoney (Capt.) Richard O ' Brien James McDonald THE SEASON ' S RECORD Boston High Schools Golf Conference 1953 WON LOST TIED Latin 5 0 0 Tech 4 1 0 Trade 3 2 0 English 3 2 0 Commerce 3 3 0 Memorial 0 5 0 Hyde Park 0 5 0 ( 81 ) Mamt ' mg Zke Malls Ho! ho! Let ' s hop up on our flying desks, and for the last time take a trip through the halls of the English High School. It seems that Joe Mahoney is trying to dodge the draft. What other reason could there be for a person breaking so many bones? Always a fracture, or a break, but never anything really serious ... It seems that Rags and Tatters (Morgan T. Ryan, Jr. and Frederick J. Smith) are on speaking terms again . . . When asked why he arrived home late one afternoon. Bob Fabiano merely stated that he over-slept . . . When asked if a certain train stopped at South Sta- tion, Eddie Doherty said, " If it doesn ' t, there ' ll be a heck of a wreck . . . Jake Sarnie tells of a hermit who died recently when he wandered out of the woods and saw an automobile for the first time. He didn ' t see it soon enough! . . . Arthur J. Berrigan made quite a show for the Good Government Day election. Who can explam it? . . . Frank Wong certainly made quite an impression cn our very good friend Phil Rugnetta . . . The YMCA made a mountain out of a molehill with Lew Applebaum . . . Our guardian angel of the library, Dick Dunn, seems to spend more time in the corridors than in the library where he is assigned . . . Johnny Ward has made a vivid impression in the minds of Mu and Fv. With the numerous visits made by Johnny, they shan ' t forget him for sometime . . . We all seem to agree that Joe Zarba should stand just a little closer to the razor in the morning ... It seems that J. Porter Starratt was accused of setting the fire in 257. I will say I was here at the time of the fire, but 1 didn ' t start the fire. Fortunately the fire did enough damage so that a new paint job was necessary. Our congratulations for the fine selection of colors . . . The members of the class were slightly sceptical when Bob McDonough said he could yodel. It took only minutes to prove that he could . . . John Green was seen wearing a suit, white shirt, shined shoes and a necktie early in March. He was asked by many if there had been a death in the family, or a funeral to attend ... It seems that Pete Stoler wears his armband all the time. He was seen wearing it at the Totem Pole one Friday night. Maybe he thinks it keeps him warm ... It is said that Bemie Tuohy spends every second lunch in the library where he can easily overhear the outgoing race bets. By so doing, he can place his money wisely . . . Dick Carey is quite the hep-cat. They say he goes into a tantrum when he hears symphonic movements in the lunchroom . . . Ralph Morante has taken more jobs this year from Fv than ever before in his life. When he hears of a job that pays more money, he rushes into Fv ' s office and says that he would like a job. Then all he has to do is tell his present em- ployer to get a new boy ... I doubt that Gerrie Murphy will ever again throw papers on the lunchroom floor. Mu caught him once and did quite a job on { 82 ) him . . . Bob Murray must have a hollow leg in that he can support the lunch- room easily. He buys more spuckies, cakes, hoodsies, and eatable materials than any one I have ever seen. When he enters the ' service he will be at home with the big, big meals . . . Bill Delaney has turned out to be quite the office- practice student. He also made a very good patrolman. That about covers the main characters of the venerable institution in which you have been enrolled for the last three years. So, may I now sign off, wish- ing you all a fine graduation and the best of luck for many years hereafter? Kindly park your desks gently when landing, as these desks are to transport the new students for some time to come. I. Porter Starrutt ( 83 ) Fi-ont Row (left to right) : Gerald Weinberg, Harry Goon, M ' -. Heins, Peter Sweetland, Peter S ' oler, Mark Kolick. Back Row (left to right): Leon Aronson, Wayne Hazzard, Gerald Bern, William Levins, Carl Purcell, Robert Greenberg, Burton Covitz, Sheldon Cutler, Edward Salemy, Donal Kelley, Gerald Murphy. EHS EHS STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR COUNCILLORS (86) SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS (87 ) DISCUSSION CLUB FRENCH CLUB ( 88 ) GLEE CLUB MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB (89) HEALTH ROOM CORPS ( 90 ) (91 ) MR. FALVEY ' S AIDES (92) Tel. PA 7-4300 Scholastic Jewelers INCORPORATED BOSTON ' S LARGEST MANUFACTURING JEWELERS OFFICIAL JEWELERS FOR E. H. S. CLASS OF 1953 5174 WASHINGTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. (94) Compliments of E. F. P. BURNS INC. 100 SUMMER ST.. BOSTON TUXEDOS For Rental Styles — Service — Sanitation (Special Discount to E. H. S. 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