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O I I 7 ' 7- TV- J a THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK 1954 THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL 133rd Year EHS YEARBOOK 1954 Staff LITERARY John R. Kennedy, ' 54 — Editor Roger P. Dow, ' 54 — Associate Editor Nicolas A. Ciccia, ' 54 Arthur C. Hood, ' 54 SPORTS Joseph E. Rickey, ' 54 — Editor Albert E. Bouffard, ' 55 Ralph L. Jenanyan, ' 55 John E. Miller, ' 54 ART Marvin M. Goldstein, ' 55 CUTS AND PROOF READING Francis P. McCarthy, ' 54 DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION Henry Adleman, ' 54 Walter D. Delaney, ' 54 Donald P. Glynn, ' 54 Herbert J. Goldberg, ' 54 Frank J. Morston, ' 54 James L. S. Parsons, ' 54 Seaborn Scott, Jr., ' 54 BUSINESS Anthony C. LoConte, ' 54 — Auditing William C. McPhee, ' 56 — Advertising TYPING James E. Dalton, ' 55 Edward A. Knapp, ' 54 FACULTY ADVISORS Paul Heins — Editorial Arthur J. Sullivan — Business EHS e. M. S. yearbook 1954 CONTENTS DEDICATION Page 5 HEAD MASTER ' S MESSAGE 7 THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY (1954) 8 IN MEMORIAM iO | RETIREMENTS 11 THE E. H. S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 12 OUR SCHOOL 14 " OPERATION FENWAY " 15 EDITORIAL 16 CLASS OFFICERS 18 CLASS SONG 21 CLASS DAY PROGRAM 22 GRADUATION EXERCISES 23 GRADUATION AWARDS 24 LAWRENCE PRIZE WINNERS 25 SENIOR HONOR ROLL 26 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 27 CAREER GUIDANCE — 1954 28 CLASS OF 1954 29 SPORTS 53 DRILL 71 ACTIVITIES 77 ARTHUR HOOD, ' 54, TOURS E. H. S. 86 THE CLASS OF 1954 DEDICATES ITS YEARBOOK TO UPON HIS COMPLETION OF FORTY ' FOUR EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL YEARS AS GUIDE AND FRIEND TO MYRIADS OF BOYS WALTER F. DOWNEY, A. B., Ed. IvL, L. H. D. Head Master Teacher of Mathematics, 1910 - 1919 In charge of P. A. Collins Building, 1919-1922 Head Master, 1922 - 1954 irn n cmonam WILLIAM J. DOOLING ( Latin and German) for twenty eight years a me mber of the faculty of the English High School. Retired — 1951 Died — 1953 WILLIAM J. ROCHE (English) for thirty years a member of the faculty of the English High School. Died — 1953 Retirements Mead Master S merit us WALTER F. DOWNEY for forty-four years a member of the faculty of the English High School. Masters Emeriti LEO V. HALLORAN (French) for thirty-four years a member of the faculty of the English High School. MERRILL C. HILL (French and German) for thirty-six years a member of the faculty of the English High School. JOHN F. McCarthy (Mathematics) for thirty-four years a member of the faculty of the English High School. JOHN J. McCarthy (Commercial Subjects) for thirty-one years a member of the faculty of the English High School. CECIL D. MacILROY (History) for twenty-four years a member of the faculty of the English High School. EDWARD N. WILSON (French and Spanish) for thirty-eight 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? " Zke Bnglish Migh School M tiinl Association The English High School Alumni Association, the oldest alumni group of any American secondary school, is the most loyal and most distinguished body of alumni in the United States. The association was founded in 1823 with the stated object of promoting the usefulness and the prosperity of the English High School of Boston, and throughout its entire existence its members have fulfilled its objective. The alumni have not only built an unsurpassed reputation for their Alma Mater, but they have for over one hundred years played an import- ant and constructive part in the building of American character. The name of our school, through its graduates, has gained deserved respect in business, in industry, in the professions, in the arts and sciences, and in civil and military life. A look at some of the names of the many illustrious alumni will perhaps explain why our school is so highly respected. One of the earliest and most famous of the alumni of the nineteenth century was J. P. Morgan, the great financier. Other graduates of the nineteenth century were Charles Hayden, in whose memory a vast number of scholarships have been established; Thomas F. Sullivan, the present Police Commissioner of Boston; and Paul W. Litchfield whose work in the rubber industry is very well known. The alumni of this century have carried on in the same brilliant manner as those of the nineteenth century. The most famous thus far of this century is, of course. United States Army Chief of Staff, Matthew B. Ridgeway of the Class of 1912. Others who are well known and who are active today are Max Tishler of the Class of ' 24 who facilitated the manufacture of the steroid drug used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, and Douglas P. Adams of the Class of ' 26 who is at the present time a mathematics professor at M. 1. T. There ore many judges included in the alumni. Among them are Massachusetts Chief Justice John P. Higgins of the Class of ' 11, Horace T. Cahill of the Class of ' 13, Frank W. Tomasello of the Class of ' 17 and Thomas H. Connolly of the Class of ' 01 Members of the alumni prominent in politics of the present time are Boston School Committeeman, Louis F. Musco; and Gabriel Piemonte, the president of the Boston City Council. This fabulous list of distinguished names is endless, and it has continued steadily through the years. We of the Class of 1954 are proud to be members of the English High School Alumni Association and to be linked with the many great men of the association. We only hope that we can maintain the high standards set up by past alumni. Nicodemo Ciccia, ' 54 € t Commontoealtf) of Msumf nittti By His Excellency CHRISTIAN A. HERTER Governor 1954 NE hundred and thirty-three years ago, one of the most significant developments in the history of free public education in America was undertalcen in Massachusetts when the citizens of Boston voted to establish a new kind of secondary school. Thus was conceived The English High School of Boston and, with the advent of the institu- tion, there was originated a form of training which has become standard in the pattern of public education in America. In October, 1853, representatives of twent)--four of the earlier graduating classes met and pre- pared a plan for the organization of The English High School Association. The constitution for this group was adopted on January 4, 1854. In peace and in war, English High alumni have won distinction; thc ' have played a vital part in the civic, economic, cultural and military life of our nation. They have served their country with honor in every conflict since the Mexican War in 1847. They have built for their Alma Mater a reputation second to none in the ranks of similar schools in the United States. In recognition of the historic significance of the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of The English High School Association, and in tribute to the illustrious achievements of the alumni who are members of the Association, now, therefore, I, Christian A. Herter, Governor of the Common- wealth of Massachusetts, do hereby designate " 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. GIVEN at the E.xecutive Chamber in Boston, this fifteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-four, and of the Independence of the United States of Amer- ica, the one hundred and seventy-eighth. Our School To the alumni of English High School, there will always be an English v hether in actuality or in our memories. The school is the oldest public high school in the country. Rich in tradition, it has long ago proved its worth to the city of Boston. The whole idea of creating such a school was conceived in the minds of forward — looking men back in 1820. Upon the recommendation of a commit- tee appointed to study plans for a preparatory school, the English Classical School was established to provide further education for boys not going to col- lege. Three years later the institution became English High School. In 1821, one hundred twenty pupils were admitted by examinations to the school on Derne Street. This building was made of brick with stone trimmings. When the school was first occupied, the third floor had been hastily furnished with benches and desks of bare pine. The teacher ' s table which was made of the same material, stood near the fireplace, the only means of heating. The first head master of English High, George Emerson, appealed to the boys ' gen- erosity, reason, and sense of honor in maintaining discipline. A list of early prescribed studies included intellectual arithmetic, elements of arts and sciences, natural philosophy, and forensics as well as many more common subjects. The school moved to Pinckney Street in 1824, where it stayed until 1844. The new school on Bedford Street had been erected for English High and Latin School. With the number of students increasing, temporary quarters were secured on Harrison Avenue, Mason Street, and South Street. During this time English High School gained a widespread reputation for its high standard of scholarship. English High was not under one roof again until in 1881, when it moved to the new building on Montgomery Street. The enrollment increased sharply from three hundred seventy-five to seven hundred sixty. This was a finishing school for boys intending to enter business, and to this end the school curricula had been directed. Latin School occupied half of the Montgomery Street build- ing until 1922, when it moved. There were many empty seats when the building first opened, but in 1909 and 1911 annexes were necessary to accomodate the overflow of pupils. The educational facilities of English have progressed with the times. Military drill was started in 1863. Later the departmental system was initiated, in which one teacher taught the same subject to several different classes. This was a needed improvement over the old method, in which one teacher taught a division practically all the subjects. The courses of instruction expanded until they included all the ordinary subjects with the exception of Greek. In 1901, the school committee authorized the elective system. At the present time the school is preparing to move to the building formerly occupied by the High School of Commerce. The location of English High School building will always be less important than the principles for which the school was established. It is dedicated to the recognition that mental training is necessary for the achieving of success. Roger Dow, ' 54 VpemtioH Fenway ' ' The chronology of the English High School building reads as follows: Derne Street Building, 1821 - 1824; Pinckney Street, 1824 - 1844; Bedford Street, 1844 - 1880; Montgomery Street, 1880 - 1954. In the classrooms in all these buildings brilliant and effective teaching has been done. Educational leadership of the highest quality has been evinced by Head Masters eminent among American educators. No school in the nation has ever had a more loyal or distinguished body of alumni. The effective organization of E. H. S. men has for one hundred years been a vital and constructive force in the effort of the school to build the sturdy American character on which our country depends. Business, industry, the professions, the arts and sciences, civil and military life respect the contributions of our school through its graduates. Now, with " Operation Fenway " a fact, what of the future of the school? The purposes to which the school is dedicated are the continuing and abiding purposes so well expressed seventy-three years ago by the Reverend Phillips Brooks, speaking at the dedication of the Montgomery Street Building. " ... The boys of a hundred years hence, like the boys to today, will be taught here to be faithful to the deep pur- poses of knowledge, will be trained to conscientious study, to the love of knowledge, to justice and generosity, to res- pect for themselves, and obedi- ence to authority, and honor for man, and reverence for God. " Sditorial The year of 1954 proved to be a memorable year in the long history of E. H. S. Not one, but two outstanding events occured during our final year, and I am sure that both will be long remembered, especially by the graduating class. We are the last class to graduate from the present buildings on Mont- gom.ery and Dartmouth Streets. EHS has been offered and has accepted the building formerly occupied by the High School of Commerce. Located at the Fens, these new accommodations, built considerably later than our present home, offer far better facilities than the ones that our superior teaching staff hove been accustomed to and impeded by. Everybody looks forward to the great migration next fall. The second event, although cf no less importance, is the retirement of our headmaster, Mr. Walter Downey. Mr. Downey has been devoted to education for 48 years; for 32 years he has been headmaster of EHS. Under his outstanding leadership and through his efforts, he has brought glory and prestige to EHS. Although we all believe that Mr. Downey could conceivcbly odd more years of service to his splendid record, we all agree that he has done more than his share. It is high time that another man shoulder this responsibility. Let us now extend to the teachers and future graduates our best wishes, knowing that with new buildings and a new headmaster, EHS will enter a new era of achievement. J. Richard Kennedy, ' 54 — Editor CLASS OFFICERS (Left to right): John La Marre (Executive-Committee), Charles Foley (President), John Schultz (Ex- ecutive Committee), Anthony LoConte (Secretary-Treasurer), and Thomas Eisenstadt (Vice-Presi- dent). ALUMNI COMMITTEE Front Row (left to right): J. Richard Kennedy, Nicholas Ciccia. Back Row (left to right): Jan Gloster, Francis Wilhelm, Edmund Gleason. YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Seated (left to right): James L. S. Parsons, John M. Hurley. Standing (leit to right): Dimitrios J. Merageas, Louis Wayne, Henry Adleman, Frank J. Marston. PICTURE COMMITTEE (Left to right): Walter Delaney, Donald Glynn, Harbert Goldberg, Joseph Hickey, Seaborn Scott. PROM COMMITTEE (Left to right): Walter Foley, John Miller, Joseph Lampert, Thomas Hickey, John McColgan. SONG COMMITTEE (Left to right) : Ronald Davy, Thomas Eisenstadt, John Schultz. 1954 English Jiigh School Class Song Tune: " Far Above Cayuga ' s Waters " English High, our Alma Mater, We ' ll be true to thee, As the years roll by before us, Mem ' ries deep we ' ll see. Mem ' ries of what you have taught us Live within our hearts. And you know we ' ll not forget thee Whate ' er life imparts. Now the time has come to leave thee, But we ' ll always know, That your blessing will be with us Where ' er we may go. And to thee, our Alma Mater, All our love we give, This our feeling will not falter Long as we shall live. Written by 1954 Class Song Committee: John C. Schultz, Chairman Ronald L. Davy Thomas S. Eisenstadt THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL Senior Class ' Day April 29, 1954 at 1:45 P. M. Selection English High School Band Opening Remarks Charles J. Foley, Jr. President of Senior Class Class of ' 54 in Baseball Walter E. Mortimer Co-Captain Baseball Team Selections English High School Glee Club Class of ' 54 in Football Donald J. Gautreau Captain Football Team Class of ' 54 in Basketball Robert A. MacGillivray Co-Captain Basketball Team Solo Ed. B. Sicari, ' 55 Piano Accompanist David L. Ramsay, ' 56 Class of ' 54 in Track John E. Miller Co-Captain Track Team Class of ' 54 in Hockey Walter Foley Captain Hockey Team Class of 1954 — Class Song Presentation of Class Gift Charles J. Foley, Jr. President of Senior Class Acceptance of Class Gift Walter F. Downey, Head Master Selection English High School Band Order of graduation Smcises Tremont Temple, June 10, 1954 PROCESSIONAL — Royal Romans " THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER " CLASS ORATION — Charles J. Foley President, Class of 1954 AV ARD OF PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS Walter F. Downey, Head Master Cumston Prize John 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 Class of 1922 Prize 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 1883. CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL Abraham Steinberg, Class of 1911 CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — Judge Walter F. Collins, Class of 1895 (1) English Prize (2) Colonel Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citizen " Award CLASS OF 1906 AWARD — Albert C. Holzman, D. M. D., Class of 1906 SPECIAL AWARD OF A NEW SCHOLARSHIP — Myer Moskow, Class of 1917 AWARD OF MILITARY DIPLOMAS — Judge Paul G. Kirk, Class of 1922 CLASS SONG AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS — Louis J. Roazen, Class of 1922 " GRANADA " Austin Lara Vocalist: Edward B. Sicari, Class of 1955 AWARD OF ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS — Louis F. Musco, Class of 1929 Member of the Boston School Committee " AMERICA " — The audience will stand and sing the first stanza EXIT MARCH — " The Trouper " Talbott Jmrds Presented at Qraduatm WALTER F. DOWNEY SCHOLARSHIP — ($300.00) HOW MING WONG CUMSTON PRIZE — ($350.00) JOHN C. SCHULTZ CLARENCE WALKER BARRON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP — ($200.00) ROGER P. DOW CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLAR- SHIP — ($200.00) KAI W. YOUNG ALBERT H. WIGGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLAR- SHIP — ($200.00) ANDREW WONG CLASS OF 1913 AWARD — ($175.00) ANTHONY C. LoCONTE CLASS OF 1906 AWARD — ($100.00) FRANCIS J. CURRAN, JR. EDWARD S. GOULSTON MEMORIAL SCHO- LARSHIP AND THE CLASS OF 1922 AWARD — ($100.00) JACK BOROIAN, JR. JOHN B OUVE CLAPP PRIZE IN ENGLISH — ($50.00) DONALD P. GLYNN CLASS OF 1919 AWARD — ($25.00) CHARLES J. FOLEY CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — (1) EngUsh Prize — ($75.00) ROGER P. DOW (2) Colonel Thos. F. Sullivan " Good Citizen " Award — ($75.00) JOHN C. SCHULTZ CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL — GERALD A. DONNARUMA CHARLES E. McCOOL AWARD — ($25.00) RALPH J. PICARDI FRANKLIN MEDALS — JACK BOROIAN JOSEPH PRIFTY ROGER P. DOW LEO H. SULLIVAN ANDREW WONG KAI W. YOUNG AWARDS OF CHINESE MERCHANTS ASSO- CIATION — (3100.00) — ROGER P. DOW (3100.00) — KAI WING YOUNG In addition to these cash prizes boys from the graduating class have been informed that they have been awarded by various higher institutions of learning scholarships to the amount of several thousands of dollars. LAWRENCE PRIZE WINNERS 1953 — 1954 ENGLISH E4 Roger P. Dow E8 Rcnald L. Davy HISTORY H4 Eugene W. Toland H5 Rcnald L. Davy MATHEMATICS M4 Roger P. Dow M7 Roger P. Dow CHEMISTRY C4 Kai W. Young BOOKKEEPING B4 Anthony LoConte MERCHANDISING K4 Leo H. Sullivan ECONOMICS K5 Jack Boroian SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING W2 Roger C. Ccldicott DRAWING D2 Peter B. Francis D3 Roger L. Sullivan OFFICE PRACTICE B6 Andrew Wong OTHER HONOR WINNERS EASTERN MASS. ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF ITALIAN AWARD Ralph J. Picardi NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CERTIFICATE OF MERIT Roger P. Dow NATIONAL CERTIFICATE DANFORTH " I DARE YOU " Roger P. Dow CERTIFICATE OF AWARD BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR FIRST SCIENCE GRANT William E. Hood LAWRENCE PRIZE Fidelity and Deportment 1953 - 1954 101 Myles Cassidy 102 Edward T. Dzierzeski 103 George K. Godfrey 107 Lewis N. Wayne 104 Leo E. Kelly 105 John A. McElman 106 John C. Schultz Senior Scholastic Mom Koll 101 Henry Adleman Jack Boroian Nicodemo A. Ciccia 102 Francis J. R. Curran Ronald L. Davy Roger P. Dow Thomas S. Eisenstadt 103 John R. Kennedy Milton N. Kriger Anthony C. LoConte Frederick T. Love, Jr. Joe Prifti 105 John A. McElman Daniel L. Maloof 107 Leo H. Sullivan Levi is N. Wayne Andrew Wong Kai W. Young 204 How M. Wong NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1953 - 1954 1 Seated (left to right) ; George Vaine, Francis Wilhelm, Francis Curran, Henry Adleman, Anthony LoConte, Nicholas Ciccia. Standing (left to right): Anthony Modica, Gilbert Chin, Roger Dow, J. Richard Kennedy, lohn A. McElman, Kai Young, Gary Chin, John Paris Andrew Wong. CLASS OF 1954 Adleman, Henry Boroian, Jack Ciccia, Nicholas A. Curran, Francis J. Dow, Roger P. Eisenstadt, Thomas Kennedy, John R. LoConte, Anthony C. McElman, John A. Maloof, Daniel L. Vaine, George W. Wilhelm, Francis J. Wong, Andrew- Yung, Kai W. Chin, Gray Chin, Gilbert Y. Cleveland, Bruce T. CLASS OF 1955 Lanza, Robert D. Modica, Anthony P. Paris, John J. Pottle, Donald S. Career Quidame 1954 Choosing a career is, perhaps, the most difficult and most important task which confronts a high school senior. Since the choice of the prospective high school graduate will directly affect his future life, he should investigate as many careers as possible and he should weigh the advantages end disadvantages of each career. It is, therefore, important that the student receive information about a number of different careers. With this in mind our Headmaster organ- ized a Career Guidance Program for all seniors and juniors. This program, which began on March 1st, consisted of lectures by representatives of many colleges, industries, and professions. Among the twenty-four higher institutions of learning represented were Harvard College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern University, and the University of Massachusetts. Eacn representative began his lecture with an outline of the admission requirements, the courses, and the expenses of the college which he represented. After giving a general picture of his college, the lecturer usually proceeded to speak of the necessity of a college education and of the many interesting professions for whi ch one may be trained in college. Time was set aside at the end of each conference so that the representative could answer any of the students ' ques- tions. Catalogs of the colleges were issued to the students at the end of the conferences. The second and final week of the Career Guidance Program was Business Career Week. During this week lectures were given on various professions such as Engineering, Law, Accounting, Journalism, and Medicine. Conferences were also held on Social Work, Department Stores, Retail Stores, State Civil Service, Federal Civil Service, and Selective Service. These conferences were especially informative, since all of the lecturers spoke about the career in which they themselves were engaged. The majority of the speakers frankly discussed their careers, mentioning not only the advantages but the disadvant- ages of their particular career. At most of the conferences this point was stressed — that a person should not enter a career unless he is absolutely cer- tain that he will enjoy the type of work included in that career. The entire Career Guidance Program was a huge success and it was great- ly appreciated by the student body. The program helped to clear up many of the questions in the minds of the students, and it helped many students make up their minds about certain careers. The program was a step in the right direc- tion but a great deal more work of that type should be done in our public schools. In this respect our secondary schools are especially important, since it is while in high school that most boys begin to think seriously about a career. If we are to build a stronger and better America, we must begin by strengthen- ing and bettering the youth of to-day. The only way to do this is to devote more time, energy, and money to the schools of America. EHS HENRY ADLEMAN " Hank " 1095 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester School: Lewenberg College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Chemistry, journal- ism Honors F2, F3, M2, P3, Wl; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize F2, Wl; Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club. ARNOLD I. ADREANI " Arnie " 18 Leyden St., East Boston School: St. Lazarus Ambition: To be an F. B. I. agent College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, basketball, baseball Honors E2; Room Councillor 1, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 4. JOSEPH R. APOLLO " Roger " 8 Howell St., Dorchester School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University LOUIS ARGENZIO " Lou " 440 Saratoga St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, stamp collect- ing Switchboard 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 4. PAUL I. BATTAGLIA " Duke " 225 Maverick St., East Boston School: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Dancing, baseball Honors El. CHRISTOPHER BAYAITES 156 Gardner St., West Roxbury School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a success College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Bowling, swimming THOMAS F. BEATTY " Clyde " 74 South St., Jamaica Plain School: St. Thomas Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Swimming Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Switch- board 2; Room Athletic Councillor 3. JOHN A. BERTONI " Johnny " 96 East Cottage St., Dorchester School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports Honors Ml; Patrol 1, 4. DAVID I. BLUETTE " Dave " 57 Brimmer St., Boston School: Cathedral Ambition: To be an electrician Hobbies: Stamp collecting, jazz records Patrol 2. JACK BOROIAN " Nap " 269 Magnolia St., Dorchester School: Hugh O ' Brien Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Honors E2, S2, C2, Bl, B2, B3, K3, S2; Fidelity Prize 2; Pat- rol 2; Library Corps 4. MORTON BORTNICK " Morty " 57 Lucerne St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a business- man College: Northeastern Hobbies: Tinkering with autos ARTHUR C. BRIGHT " Art " 16 Claybourn St., Dorchester School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: To be a journalist College: Columbia Hobbies: Reading Honors HI; Prom Committee. THOMAS F. BRODERICK " Lucky " 990 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: Gavin Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Harvard Honors Fl; Track 2. RICHARD P. BROWN " Brownie " 7 Elm St., Charlestown School: Edwards Ambition: To be a business executive College: Northeastern Hobbies: Skating, dancing, singing Patrol 2, 3. ANTHONY J. BRUNO " A. J. " 48 White St., East Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Coast Guard Acad- emy Hobbies: Dancing, sports 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 3. NICODEMO J. BRUZZESE " Nick " 809 Saratoga St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, history DAVID S. BRYANT " David " 11 Ball St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a psycholo- gist College: Dartmouth Band 4; Track 1, 2. GERARD F. BURKE " Gerry " 60 St. Theresa Ave., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a journalist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Roller skating, social life French Club 3. ROGER G. T. CALDICOTT " Rog " 8 Fossdale Rd., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a television engineer College: Massachusetts Radic and T. V. Hobbies: Radio, television Fidelity Prize 3. CARMEN R. CARBONE " Dick " 14 Wilbur St., Dorchester School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors E2; Office Aide 2. ROBERT J. CAREY " Bob " 8 Carmody Ct., South Boston Scliool: Gavin Ambition; To Graduate College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports, homework Room Councillor 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4. GEORGE M. CARINO " Big Sid " 531 Bennington St., East Boston School: Cheverus College: M. I. T. Honors B2; Honor Roll 3. ROBERT W. CARLSON " Kurf 10 Grovenor Rd., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a success College: Marine Corps In- stitute Hobbies: Baseball, bov ling RONALD A. CARMOSINO " Carmen " 36 Gove St., East Boston School: Sacred Heart Ambition: To be a success in life College: Boston College Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, skating MYLES D. CASSIDY " Hoppy " 2051 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton School: Mt. St. Charles Ambition: To be a business- man Collge: Boston College Hobbies: Hockey JOSEPH CASTELLANO, JR. " Joe " 12 Cheever Ct., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Benlley ' s Hobbies: Basketball, foo ' .ball, hockey Honors B2; Patrol 4 ALFRED I. CATALDO " Fred " 87 Eutaw St., East Boston School: B. C. High Ambition: To be an officer in the U. S. Army College: West Point Hobbies: Photography German Club, President 4; Room Athletic Councillor 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieuten- ant; Football 4. ROBERT M. CHALMERS " Charlie " 23 Rockdaly St., Mattapan School: Quincy High Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamp collecting, sports Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize H3; Military Comm. 4. BERNARD C. CHIOCCARIELLO " Chick " 14 Cooper St., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a radio or T.V. announcer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Art, baseball, foot- ball, basketball NICODEMO A. CICCIA " Nick " 809 Saratoga St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Drawing Honors F3, F4, Ml; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize LI, L2, F4; Yearbook 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 4. THOMAS L. CLARK " Clarkie " 22 Humphrey St., Dorchester School: WiUiam E. Russell Ambition: To be an engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors M3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 1; Chess Club 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL R. COTE " Paul " 31 Shannon St., Brighton School: Rice Ambition: To be an aviator College: Boston University Hobbies: Airplane modeling Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 3, 4; Room Council- lor 2, 3; Military Comm. 4. FRANCIS I. COUGHLIN " Frankie " 63 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To be an aviator College: Boston University Hobbies: Flying Office Aide 1; Switchboard 2. JAMES F. COX " lim " 15 Boston St., South Boston School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: To be a physical education coach College: B. U. Hobbies: Collecting popular music, photography Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Football 3; Track 2, 3, 4 CHARLES D. CRANDALL " Rock " 1577 Columbus Ave., Roxbury School: Martin. Ambition: To be a teacher, then to become a foreign representive College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamps, photography Honors H6, F3, Ml; Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize H6. WILLIAM W. CROOKER " Bill " 238 Columbia Rd., Dorchester School: Boston Trade Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: M. I. T, Hobbies: Ham radio, astrono- my, T.V. Patrol 4; Captain 4. RICHARD R. CROSBY " Dick " 3 Annapolis St., Dorchester School William E. Russell Ambition: To be a dairy in- spector College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Camping, fishing, sports Patrol 2; Track 1. FRANCIS J. CURRAN ' Frankie " 29 Farquhar St., Roslindale School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Boston University Hobbies: Collecting popular records Honors E3 81, K2; Honor Roll 3; Patrol 4. ROBERT S. DAVID " Bo " 28 Vershire St., West Roxbury Schoo l: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To be an architect College: Wentworth Hobbies: Weighlifting Hockey 4. ROBERT M. DAVIS " Bob " 10 Rockne Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: Boston University RONALD L. DAVY " Chuck " 41 Falmouth St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a writer Hobbies: Stamps, chess Ofiice Aide 4; Class Gifice Song Committee. WALTER D. DELANEY " Del " 21 Dudley St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambihon: To be a sports writer College: Northeastern Honors SI; Patrol 3; Picture Committee; 1st Lieutenant. JOHN F. DESMOND " Red " 11 Duxbury Rd., Mattapan School: B. C. High Hobbies: Skating JOHN P. DOHERTY " Red " 38 Greaton Rd., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sailing Discussion Club 3; French Club 3, 4; Football 4; Golf 3. GERALD ANTHONY DONNARUMA " Jerry " 42 Cottage St., East Boston School: Mount Carmel JOHN T. DOUGAN " Doug " 8 Cawfield St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: University of Massa- chusetts Band 2, 3, 4. ROGER P. DOW 385 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Howard High, West Bridgewater Ambition: To be a nuclear scientist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Music, photography Honors E3, Gl, F3, M3, P3; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize E3, F3, M3, P3; Year- book Staff 4; Debating Club 3. EDWARD T. DZIERZESKI " Ed " 5 Pearl St., Dorchester School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be an accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Woodworking Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize H2; Fidelity Prize 1, 3; Library Corps 1, 2; Room Councillor 2; Band 3; Drum and Bugle 1; 1st Lieutenant. STANLEY J. DZIERZESKI Stan " 5 Pearl St., Dorchester School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Music, painting Honors H6, Dl, D3; Lawrence Prize Dl; Office Aide 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchester 2; Drum and Bugle 1, Track 2. THOMAS S. EISENSTADT " Ike " 24 Roslin St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Horses, photography Honors G2; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize G2; Switch- board 3, 4; Vice-President Song Committee; 2nd Lieu- tenant. LEON I. ENTAS " Sonny " 100 Wayland St., Dorchester School; St. Peter ' s Ambition: To make a million dollars Hobbies: Swimming Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 2, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Football 2, 3, 4. GERALD J. FARRAH " Jerry " 433 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a car sales- man Football 1; Track 3. ROBERT E. FELLOWS " Bob " 453 Old Colony Ave., South Boston School: Public Latin Fidelity Prize 3. LOUIS J. FERRULLO " Louie " 258 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Rice Hobbies: Gun collecting 1st Lieutenant. ARTHUR I. HNK " Art " 29 North Anderson St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be an electronic engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, stamp col- lecting, knife collecting Honor Roll 1; Room Athletic Councillor 3; Drum and Bugle 3, 4. ARTHUR L niTON 73 Almont St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambitition: To be a minister College: Gordon College of Theology Honors LI, F2; Honor Roll 2; French Club 2; Patrol 2; Of- fice Aide 4; Switchboard 4; Health Room Corps 3; E. H. S. Rep. to Rotary Club Jan.- June, 1954. EUGENE C. FOGARTY " Gene " 1 Butler St., Dorchester School: B. C. High Baseball 3; Hockey 4. CHARLES J. FOLEY, JR. " Chuck " 1 Cortes St., Boston School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a salesman College: University of Massa- chusetts Room Councillor 3; Room Ath- letic Councillor 4; President; Captain; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Golf 2, 3, 4. WALTER P. FOLEY " Red Light " 845 E. 5th St., South Boston School: St. Bridget ' s Ambition: To be a professional baseball player College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamp collecting Baseball 1, 2; Football 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Track 2. RICHARD E. FOPPIANO " Dick " School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, football, hockey, basketball Honors Bl, W2. JAMES E. FRANCIS " limniy " 395 LaGrange St., West Roxbury School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To be a success College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 4; Football 3, 4. PETER B. FRANCIS " Mother " 7 Dons St., Dorchester School: St. William ' s Ambition: To join the B. A. A. Hobbies: Painting, track, base- ball Track 4. LARSS A. FREIMANIS 233 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain School: Lubeck, Germany Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hunting, table ten- nis, soccer, basketball BENJAMIN A. FUCCILLO Benny " 343 Hanover St., Boston School: Michelangelo Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Dancing, Sports JAMES W. FULLER, JR. " Tex " 23 Granville St., Roslindale School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a clergyman College: Boston University Hobbies: Rocks Debating team 1952-53; Health Room Corps 4; Track Man- ager 2, 3, 4. DONALD J. GAUTREAU " Canuck " 17 Harvard St., Charlestown School: St. Mary ' s Football 2, 3, 4. GIOACHI NO S. GIANINO " Jack " 48 Staniford St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be an engineer College: Universitv of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Radio, sports, model planes, chemistry German Club 4; Room Coun- cillor 2; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 3; Track 2. NORMAN H. GINSBURG " Norm " 15 Washington St., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be a navigator College: Massachusetts Mari- time Academy Hobbies: Reading, history, navy EDMUND I. GLEASON " Ed " 122 Sumner St., East Boston School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be a pilot College: Boston University Hobbies: Modeling Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 1, 2; Alumni Committee. JAN A. GLOSTER " Butch " 25 Southwood St., Roxbury School: St. Francis DeSales Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: New England College of pharmacy Hobbies: Carving DONALD P. GLYNN " Don " 33 Woodford St., Dorchester School: Patrick T. Campbell Hobbies; Swimming, bowling Honors E2, H3, M2; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize E2, S4; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aide 2; Library Corps 2; Picture Committee; City Champion; Herald-Traveler Spelling Contest 2. GEORGE K. GODFREY " Square-Head " 11 Burgoyne St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a newspaper- man College: Georgetown Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports Honors F3, Ml; Patrol 3. HERBERT J. GOLDBERG " Herb " 333 Fuller St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 4; Picture Committee. RICHARD H. GOLDING " Dick " 111 Russell St., Charleston School: St. Francis de Sales Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. ELLIOTT GOLDSTEIN " Lefty " 10 Johnson Rd., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Boston University Hobbies: Athletics Patrol 3; Baseball Manager 2; Basketball 3, 4. HARVEY GOLDSTEIN " Book " 10 Johnson Rd., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Northeastern Office Aide 4. MELVIN N. GONDILMAN " Mel " 97 Stratton St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a Business- man College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports JEROME W. GOODWIN " Jerry " 107 Adams St., Dorchester School: Mather College Boston University Hobbies: Drums, acrobatics Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 1; Room Athletic Councillor 1; Band 4; Track 4. ROGER P. GOSCINAK 72 Crockett Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a success Golf 3, 4. JOHN J. GOVERNOR 134 Southern Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a journalist College; Boston University Hobbies: Sports, photography Patrol 2; Office Aide 2. RAYMOND E. GRANDE " Ray " 202 Orient Ave., East Boston School: Donald McKay Hobbies; Planes Baseball 2; Football 3. RICHARD A. GRAVALLESE " Gravy " 30 Drumiin Rd., East Boston School; Our Lady of Mt. Gar- ni el Ambition; To be a military man Gollege; Boston Gollege Hobbie; Sports LEONARD J. GROSS " Lenny " 9 Jones Ave., Dorchester School; Frank V. Thompson Ambition; To be a business- man Gollege; Boston University Hobbies; Sports Track 2, 4. WILLIAM G. HALPIN " Bill " 53 Ocean St., Dorchester School; B. C. High Ambition; To be a millionaire College; Boston College Hobbies; Athletics Baseball 4. JOSEPH I. HENAGHAN " Joe " 8 Harvard Ave., Dorchester School: Cathedral Ambition: To be a farmer College; Massachusetts Agri- cultural Hobbies; Farmwork, bowling, dancing Basketball 4; Football 4. 1! i m. " " ' M JOSEPH E. HICKEY " Hick " 60 Richview St., Dorchester School; St. Gregory Ambition; To be a success College; Boston University Hobbies; Sports Honors E2, H1,H2, H6; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Cheerleader 4; Picture Com- mattee; Track 3, 4. THOMAS F. HICKEY, JR. " Red " 110 Paris St., East Boston School; Donald McKay Ambition; To be a successful business manager College; Villanova Hobbies; Locks, stamp collect- ing Honors G2, K3; Key Room 3, 4. THOMAS F. HOGAN " Shanty " 17 School St., Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition; To be a biologist College: Boston College Hobbies: Golf, fishing 1st Lieutenant; Golf 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR HOOD " Red " 4S Creighton St., Jamaica Plain School; C. R. Edwards Ambition; To be a civil en- gineer College: Northeastern WILLIAM E. HOOD " Bill " 49 Creighton St., Jamica Plain School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a commercial radio operator Hobbies: Ham Radio Lawrence Prize C3; Patrol 4; Captain. GERALD I. HURLEY " Jerry " 6 Rundel Park, Dorchester School; Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Swimming, sailing, music French Club 3; Track 4. JOHN M. HURLEY " Mother " 247 W. Newton St., Boston School; Prince Ambition; To be among the best College: Georgetown Hobbies; Music, sports Room Athletic Councillor 1; Alumni Committee; 1st Lieutenant; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country Regular. ALLAN R. ISSNER " Al " 10 Baird St., Dorchester School; Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To succeed in what- ever I do. College: Boston University Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. RICHARD W. JAGO " Dick " 109 W. Walnut Pk., Roxbury School; B. C. High Ambition: To graduate Hobbies. Swimming, boating 2nd Lieutenant; Hockey 4. ROBERT J. JUUANO " Julie " 40 Kenilworth St., Roxbury School; St. Joseph ' s Ambition: To be a pharmacist College; Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Photography, moving pictures French 4; Office Aide 2; Switchboard 2. SHERWIN L. KANTROVITZ " Sher " 21 Theodore St., Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To become an ac- tuary College; Northeastern 7 V ' k lAMES L. KARALEXIS 56 Sunnyside St., Hyde Park School: Rice Ambition: To be a priest College; Greek Theological Institute, Brookline Hobbies: Traveling, basketball Honor Roll 1; Patrol 2; Office Aide 2; Room Councillor 1. JOHN J. KELLY " Kell " 82 Claybourne St., Dorchester School; B. C. High Ambition; To be a business executive College: Boston University Hobbies: Boxing, swimming, football, photography 2nd Lieutenant. LEO E. KELLY, JR. " Kel " 37 Ridgewood St., Dorchester School; St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a successful doctor College; Tufts Hobbies: Baseball, skating, bowling Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Switchboard 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Room Treasurer 2, 3; 1st Lieuten- ant. JAMES F. KENNEALLY " Jimmy " 9 McKay Place, East Boston School; Our Lady of Mt. Car- mel Ambition; To be an accountant Hobbies: Bowling French 2; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 1. JOHN R. KENNEDY " Dick " 119 Hampden St., Roxbury School: Boston Trade Ambition; To be an electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobies: Sports, radio, music Honors E3, Gl, M2, P3; Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; chairman, Alumni Commit- tee; member, National Hon- or Society. GEORGE M. KENNEY 4 Berr y St., Dorchester Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Yale Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 2; Office Aide 2. EDWARD A. KNAPP " Ed " 104 Chandler St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a successful business man Hobbies: Bowling Yearbook Staff 3, 4. PETER W. KOLBE " Pete " 48 Glenville Ave., Allston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an electrical engineer College: M. I. T. EDWIN F. KRASNICKI Cashy " 49 Pleasant Street, Dorchester School: B. C. High Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Northeastern Fidelity Prize 3; Band 3; Orchestra 3. MILTON N. KRIGER " Milf 64 Willowwood St., Dorchester School: F. V. Thompson Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, bowling, fish- ing. Basketball 4. EDWARD A. LACONCA " Eddie " 264 Webster St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a pharmacist Massachusetts Col- pharmacv Baseball, hockey College: lege of Hobbies: Patrol 3. JOHN L. LaMARRE " Jack " 20 Richfield St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To explore the Ever- glades College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming, fishing, traveling Discussion Club 3; Camera Club 1; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Executive Committee; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Coun- try 1, 2, 4. JOSEPH E. LAMPERT " Joe " 2434 Center St., West Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a engineer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Astronomy, model plones, hunting French Club 4; Debating Club 3; Patrol 1; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Prom Committee; Track 1. ARNOLD K. LEE " Arn " 104 Tyler St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To do biological re- search College: University of Maine Hobbies: Breeding and raising tropical fishes Honors C2; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 2, 3; Student Council 3. ANTHONY C. LoCONTE " Tony " 87 Everett St., East Boston School: Our Lady Of Mt. Car- mel Ambition: To become an ac- countant Hobbies: Coin collecting, bowling Honors Bl, B2, B3, K3; Law- rence Prize Bl, B2, B3, K3; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Year- boolc Staff 3, 4; Cafeteria Of- fice 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 1, 2; Room Treasurer 3; Sec- retary-Treasurer. FRANK M. LOMANNO " Frankie " 140 Marginal St., East Boston School: Donald McKay College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports Honors B2, B3, K3; Patrol 3; Office 2; Switchboard 3, 4. JOHN M. LOPEZ " Jackie " 16 Boardman St., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a reporter on a big newspaper College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors S2; Honor Roll 1; Pat- rol 3, 4; Captain; Baseball 2, 3, 4, FREDERICK T. LOVE " Fred- School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an auditor College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports, stamps. Honors E3, H3, M2, Wl; Room Councillor 4; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4, Captain. JOHN J. LOWE " Jackie " 85 Harrishof St., Roxbury School: Lewis Ambition: To be a radio man College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Baseball 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. PHIUP R. McCABE " Phil " 26 Hawthrone St., Roslindale School: St. Francis Xavier Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Baseball 1; Football 4; Track 2, FRANCIS P. McCarthy " Mac " 9 Van Winkle St., Dorchester School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a pilot College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Hunting Lawrence Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4. JOHN P. McCarthy 8 Colgate Rd., Roslindale School: Parkman PATRICK J. McCarthy " Pat " 144 Everett St., East Boston School: Assumption Ambition: To be president of the U. S. College: Northeastern Hobbies: Airplane models, basketball Patrol 2; Office Aide 2; Room Councillor. MAURICE C. McCATTY. JR. " Mac " 19 Willington Et., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a commercial artist College: Boston University Hobbies: Art Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 4; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. JOHN T. McCOLGAN " Mac " 63 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain School; Blessed Sacraments College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 4; Prom Committee; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. MacDONALD " Mac " 10 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: P. F. Gavin THOMAS J. McDonald " Tom " 58 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury School: St. Patrick ' s College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, cars Patrol 3, 4. JOHN J. McLAUGHUN " J- J " - " Jesse James " 60 Bellevue St., Dorchester School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: To be a major lea- gue ballplayer Hobbies: Sports, butterfly col- lecting Patrol 2; 2nd Lieutenant; Base- ball 2, 3, 4; Golf L STANLEY J. MAIS " Stan, the Drummer-boy " 306 Centre St., Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a linotype operator Hobbies: Stamps, records, music Band 3. DANIEL L. MALOOF " Dan " 29 Cohasset St., Roslindale School: R. G. Shaw- Ambition: To be a chemical engineer College: Georgia Tech. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, weightlifting Honors Gl, G2, F2, F3, M2, M3, P3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Patrol 3; Football 3. JOHN R. MANKEWICH " Dukie " 210 K St., South Boston School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To be a major lea- gue ballplayer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 2; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 4. JOSEPH S. MARIANI " Joe " 68 Washington St., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael ' s Ambition: To be a success College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2; Office Aide 2; Switch- board 2. EDWIN A. MARKSMAN " Marks " 23 WeUington St., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a pharmicist College: New England College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 2; Drum and Bugle 2. FRANK J. MARSTON 113 Southern Ave,, Dorchester School: Public Latin Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Patrol 4; Cap- tain; Tennis 3. THOMAS P. V. MASIELLO " Tom " 84 Havre St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a success College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Switchboard 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 3; Cap- tain. DIMITRIOS J. MERAGEAS 54 DeSota Road, West Roxbury School: Robert Gould Shaw- Ambition; To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Hunting, fishing Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieutenant; Track 3, 4. PASQUALE E. MICCICHE " Mitch " 229 Chelsea St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Switchboard 2, 3, 4; Room Athletic Council- lor 4. JOHN E. MILLER " Jack " 70 Harold St., Roxbury School; Lewis Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Room Ath- letic 2; Prom Committee, Chairman; Basketball 1- Football 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, ' Captain 4; Cross Country 3. Captain 4; Cheerleader 4. ROBERT B. MILLER " Bob " 10 Warner St., Dorchester School: P. T. Campbell Ambition; To be a chemist College; Massachusetts State Hobbies: Fishing, coin collect- ing, camping, swimming Patrol 2. EDWARD B. MINICHIELLO " Eddie " 228 O ' Callaghan Way, South Boston School: William E. Russell Ambition; To be a success College; Boston University Hobbies; Sports Patrol 4; Band 2; 2nd Lieuten ant; Baseball 1; Track 1, 2 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 4 Track and Field; Javelin Broad Jump. GEORGE MINISTERI 2 Prince St., Boston Ambition; To be able to go to Miami every winter ROBERT S. MIRABITO " Bob " 19 Everdean St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To go to Florida in a 46 foot boat College: Boston University Hobbies; Any active sport Baseball 2; Football 4; Track 2, 4. ROBERT B. MITCHELL " Mitch " 12 Elmont St., Dorchester School; O. W. Holmes Ambition; To be a bio-chemist College: Harvard Hobbies: Basketball, football Honors C2; Fidelity Prize 3; Keyroom 3; Labratory Assist- ant 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, Drum Major 4; Captain 4. PAUL I. MORRIS 47 Pearl St., Charlestown School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: To be a success WALTER E. MORTIMER " Ed " 10 Tufts St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a cub scout leader College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Student Council 3; Room Councillor 3; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Lieutenant; Baseball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Cheerleader. EDMOND J. MOUSSALLY " Caruso " 74 Montgofery St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To sing in grand opera College: New England Con- servatory of Music Hobbies: Piano, painting, dancing Track 4. GEORGE C. MUCCI " Gee " 157 Cottage St., East Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a military man College: Boston College Hobbies: Model ship building Honors El, Ml; Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize El; Switch- board 1, 2, 3. ROBERT F. MURPHY " Murph " 33 Hillsdale St., Dorchester School: St. Gregorv ' s Ambition: To be a military man College: Boston College Hobbies: Model plane build- ing, guns Golf 3. VINCENT J. MURPHY " Vin " 11 Lonsdale St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a librarian College: Boston College FREDERICK MURRIN " Duke " 50 Richview St., Dorchester School: Technical Ambition: To be a truck driver EDWARD R. NICHOLS " Reggie " 11 Follen St., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be president College: Sam Huston Institute of Technology Hobbies: Stamps, collecting money (American), sports French Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Picture Committee 4. RICHARD J. O ' BRIEN " O ' B " 41 Pond Circle, Jamaica Plai n School: Technical Ambition: To be a professional golfer College: Boston College Hobbies: Golf, bowling French Club; Discussion Club; Room Councillor 4; Student Council; Football 2; Hockey 4; Track 2; Golf 3, Captain 4. WILLIAM F. O ' NEIL " Wee Wee " 7 Dunn Court, Dorchester School: Mather Hobbies: Swimming, fishing Room Athletic Councilor 1; Football 1; Track 4. WILLIAM R. PALMERINI " Sonny " 177 Cottage St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To work as a cloth divider JAMES L. S. PARSONS " Jimmie " 60 Symphony Rd., Boston School: Prince Ambition: To be a dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, social, execu- tive activities Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 1, 2; Debating Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pa- trol 3; Yearbook Committee. EUGENE PAWLOWSKI " Gene " 36 Anderson St., Boston School: Polish School in Ger- many Ambition: To become a suc- cessful man Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 1st Lieuten- ant. ANTHONY P. PERROTTA " Andy " 63 Hecla St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Sv imming, building models, piano THOMAS G. PERRY " Tom " 107 Evans St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To graduate College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, skating Patrol 2; Room Councillor 1, 2; Track 1; Student Council ANDREW F. PETITTI, JR. " Andy " 40 Lindsey St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports ALOYSIUS I. PETRONIS " Al " 1 Webb Park, South Boston School: Marianapolis Thomp- son, Conn. Ambition: To be a successful engineer College; Norteastern Hobbies: Sports DONALD B. PEYSER " Don " 11 Brien Rd., West Roxbury School: R. G. Shaw- Ambition: To become wealthy and famous College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Cap- tain. RALPH I. PICARDI 126 Webster St., East Boston School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Reading good books Fidelity Prize 2; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2. STEVEN J. POTCNER " Steve " 6 Taft St., Dorchester School: Haylee Township, Pa. Ambition: To join the navy Baseball 3. ROBERT J. POWER " Baldy " 78 Montpello Rd., Jamaica Plain School: Mission High Ambition: To be a likeable hobo Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2; Room Athletic Coun- cillor 2; Baseball 3, 4; Foot- ball 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2. KEVIN M. QUINLAN " Quin " 58 Bonstonia Ave., Brighton School: B. C. High Ambition: To be successful Collene: Boston Col lege Hobbies: Sports JOHN F. REID 10 Plant Court, Jamaica Plain School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To join the F. B. I. College: Georgetown Hobbies: Minature Landscap- ing, guns, foreign money French Club 4; German Club 4; Captain; Track 1. ROBERT J. REINA " Bob " 9 Franconia St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a chemist College: Tufts Hobbies: Stamp collecting JOHN F. RICCI " Jock " 26 Horan Way, Jamaica Plain School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Coin Collecting Patrol 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. WALTER W. RICKER 32 Wellington St., Boston School: Dwight Drum and Bugle 1; Track 1. i j n MICHAEL E. RIZZO " Mike " 347 Maverick St., East Boston School: Assumption College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4. ARTHUR C. SANDERSON " Artie " 208 Kelton St., Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: Field of engineer- ing College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Model airplanes EDWARD J. SANTORO " Eddie " 38 Rosa St., Hyde Park School: St. Raphael Ambition: To secure a govern- ment position College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: History, Astronomy Discussion Club 4; 2nd Lieu- tenant. WILLIAM J. SARETTE " Billy The Kid " 474 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Dwight College: Vesper George Captain. ROBERT M. SCANLAN " Bob " 11 Harbor View St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston College Hobbies: Reading, weight lift- ing PHILIP E. SCATA " Rip " 123 Arlington St., Brighton School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 3, 4; Boeball 2; Football 3, 4. JOHN C. SCHULTZ " Tiny " 127 Millet St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: To be a doctor College Augustana, Rock Is- landj Illinois Hobbies: Piano Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee; Captain; Foot- ball 2, 3; Track 2. SEABORN SCOTT 36 Sterling St., Roxbury School: Sherwin Ambition: To be a novelist College: Boston University Hobbies: Track French MORTON L. SHAEVEL " Morty " 607 Morton St., Mattapan School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Carpentry, model building, stamps Yearbook Staff; Discussion Club 4; French Club 4; Ger- man Club 4; Office Aide 4; 1st Lieutenant. MILTON L. SHAPIRO " Sharky " 82 Kilsyth Rd., Brookline School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; O ffice Aide 2, 3; 1st Lieutenant. THOMAS G. SHEA " Jack " 158 Eustis St., Roxbury School: Trade Ambition: To be musician College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Chess, ping pong, dancing Honor Roll 3; Baseball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; football 3, 4. WILFRED M. SHEEHAN " Will " 26 Burgoyne St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Skiing, cartooning FRANCIS X. SKEHILL " Bruno " 31 Etna St., Brighton School: Columbkille ' s Ambition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Swimming, boating JOSEPH M. SLOWE 819 East 3rd St., South Boston School: P. F. Gavin Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Yale Room Councillor 2; Football 2; Track 2, 3. ROBERT W. SMITH " Smitty " 507 Orleans St., East Boston School: St. Mary ' s Ambition: To be successful College: Bently ' s Hobbies: Philately Honors E2, W2; Patrol 2, 3, 4. RICHARD P. SPARGO " Dick " 44 Old Morton St., Mattapan School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a successful electrical engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Swimming Honors C2; Fidelity Prize 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 3, 4. SHERMAN I. SPIEGEL The Body " 7 Cloybourne St., Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Oil painting, weight lifting, boxing Patrol 3, Drum and Bugle 3; Track 2, 3; Tennis 2. JOSEPH G. SPINALE " Joe " 38 Staniford St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2. THOMAS W. STANTON " Jerry " 13 Corregidor Court, Roxbury School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a college pro- fessor College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Studies WILLIAM T. STONE " Rocky " 39 Rosseter St., Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: To be a coach College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors HI; Honor Roll 2; Base- ball 2, 3. DENNIS E. SULLIVAN " Sully " 76 East Lenox St., Roxbury School: Cathedral Ambition: To be an engineer College: Boston College LEO H. SULUVAN " Sully " 135 Newbury St., Boston School: Cranston High, R. I. Ambition: To be a salesman College: Boston College Hobbies: Basketball ROGER L. SULUVAN " Sully " 36 White Oak Rd., West Roxbury School: St. Joseph ' s Ambition: To be an aeronau- tical engineer College: Rensselaer Polytech- nic Institute Hobbies: Model airplanes, cars, sports, records astrono- my, psychology Honor Roll 1; Debating Club 3, 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3; Switchboard 1, 2, 3; Li- brary Corps 2, 3; Drum and Bugle 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE W. TOLAND " Toley " 45 Tufts St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a priest (mis- sionary) College: Maryknoll Hobbies: Collect Stamps Patrol 2 GEORGE W. VAINE 6i St. Botolph St., Boston School: Lyndon Campus Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, stamp collecting Honors H6, Fl, SI, S2; Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Pat- rol 3; Room Councillor 2; Student Council 2. ROBERT V. VENTI ' !Bob " 50 Nepture Rd., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors W2. lERABS P. VITANDS " Jake " 12 School St., Jamaica Plain School: Hamburg, Germany Ambition: To be a civil en- gineer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councillor 1; 1st Lieutenant; Track 1, 2, 3. ROBERT A. VOTO " Bob " 283 Webster St., East Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an account- ant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars, sports MARTIN A. WASSERMAN " Marty " 84 Corey Rd., Brighton School: Public Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Stamps, mechanics, sports Discussion Club; Baseball 1. LEWIS N. WAYNE " Lew " 27 Hansborough St., Dorchester School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a successful pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Stamp collecting, photography, fishing, base- ball Honors Ml; Honor Roll 3; Dis- cussion Club 4; Debating Club 3; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Chairman, Yearbook Committee; 2nd Lieutenant. RICHARD N. WHITE " Dick " 38 Auburn St., Charlestown School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be an embalmer College: Embalming School Hobbies: Stamp collecting RUSSELL E. WHITE " Hubs " 22 Wheatland Ave., Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: To be a doctor College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Boating, music, swimming Patrol 2, 3, 4. ROBERT A. WHITEHOUSE " Whitmouse " 15 Cawfield St., Dorchester School: Wm. E. Russell Ambition: To be a police of- ficer College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Baseball Baseball 1. FRANCIS I. WILHELM " Frank, Jr. " 25A Oakwood St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, golf, fishing Honors B2; Honor Roll 3; Glee Club; Patrol 2, 4. CHARLES B. WILSON " Charlie " 1063 Bluehill Ave., Dorchester School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be successful in business College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing Honor Roll 2; Patrol 3. ROBERT WINEGRAD " Red " 128 Capen St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition; To be a salesman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, cars, stamp collecting Patrol 3. ANDREW WONG " Andy " 7 Kirkland St., Boston Ambition: To be a merchan- dising manager College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors Ql; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence PI, Ql; Office Aide 2, 3; Baseball 4; Track 3. HOW M. WONG " Leo " 10 Dwight St., Brookline School: Day School for Immi- grants Ambition: To be an engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Photography Honors HI, H6, Gl, G2, Fl, F2, F3,M1, M2, M3, P3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Ml; Fidelity Prize 2. KAI W. YOUNG " Wing " 28 Oxford St., Boston School: Hong Kong Ambition: To be an architect College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports, music Honors H2, H3, Gl, P3; Honor Roll 3. JAMES P. DONOVAN " Jim " 414 Ashmont St., Dorchester School: St. Mark ' s Also EUGENE I. BUTTERHELD " Butter " 25 Wheatland Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be an honest politician College: Harvard Hobbies: Dancing, records, social life NICHOLAS I. CIAMPA 149 Webster St., East Boston School: Assumption lOACQUIN D ' AMROSIO " Jack " 109 St, Andrew Rd., East Boston School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a doctor College: Harvard Hobbies: Music EDWARD I. DOMIT " Ed " 21 West Dedham St., Boston School: Rice Ambition: To be a business- man College: Northeastern DONALD T. DOOLEY 9 Mercier Ave., Dorchester ROBERT L. DOUCETTE 478 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Cathedral Ambition: To be a physicist College: Boston University Honors M2, SI. ROGER S. GOOD 48 Hereford St., Boston School: Public Latin Ambition: To be a military officer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Novel ' s, swimming French Club. BERNARD S. JEFFREY " Jeff " 55 Deering Rd., Mattapan School: Prince Ambition: To be a policeman Honors Fl, S2; Honor Roll 1. HARVEY KAGAN " Harv " 59 Hutchings St., Roxbury School: Huntington Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: New England College of pharmacy Hobbies: Photography MALCOLM B. KERSHAW " Mai " 173 Norfolk St., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To conquer all my weaknesses and become successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Athletic Honors E2, Rc; Room Athletic Councillor 3; 2nd Lieuten- ant; Track - Cross Country 3. WILLIAM V. McDONOUGH " Speed " 884 Washington St., Dorchester School: Saint Augustine ' s Ambition: To be a major lea- gue ballplayer College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Sport Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Football 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. McELMAN " Mac " 398 Meridian St., East Boston School: B. L. S. Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors L3; Patrol 3. ROBERT A. MacGILLIVRAY " Casy Bob " 64 Granite Ave., Dorchester School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a major lea- gue ballplayer Hobbies: Collecting bird feath- ers Office Aide 2; Drum and Bugle 3; Basketball 2, 3, Co-Cap- tain 4. WILLIAM A. McLEAN " Billy " 83 Walnut Park, Roxbury School: Theodore Roosevelt Ambition: To own my own business Hobbies: Boxing, model air- plane building JOHN R. DUNCAN " Dick " 28 Gay Head St., Jamaica Plain School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To be a journalist College: Boston College JOSEPH F. FERULLO " Lindy " 178 North St., Boston School: St. John DAVID A. GILLIS " Dave " 324 Bellevue St., West Roxbury School: Air Force Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley ' s Hobbies: Sports JOHN P. McCart hy " Mac " 8 Colgate Rd., Roslindale School: Francis Parkman Ambition: To be an engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 1; Captain; Football ; Track 1, GEORGE M. McDONOUGH " Scogi " 29 Maiden St., Boston School: Cathedral High Ambition: To be a mechanic Hobbies: Skating, hunting 1, uiii uuu Dugie 1, 3; Track 1; Tennis 2. LEE V. MAIER 1063 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester School: Russell Ambition: To be a success in life College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, skating French; Band 2; Baseball 3- Track 3. WALTER J. MORRISSEY 16 Johnson St., West Roxbury School: Mount St., Charles Ambition: To be a certified public accountant College: Boston University ROBERT J. MURPHY " Murph " 273 Freeport St., Dorchester School: Weymouth High Ambition: To be a professional drummer College: Boston University- Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, drumming Band 2, 3, Captain 4; Track 3. FRANCIS X. NAGLE " Dip " 8 Duxbury Rd., Dorchester School: B. C. High Hobbies: Sports RONALD F. O ' BRIEN " Rod " 17 Dunlap St., Dorchester School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: To be a military man College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Hockey, baseball WILLIAM F. O ' TOOLE ■Rill " 453 Old Colony Ave., South Boston School: W. E. Russell Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Books Honor Roll 2; Room Councillor 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Golf 4. ROBERT I. PETRIE " Bob " 3 Deer St., Dorchester School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success in hfe College: Maritime College Hobbies: Football, hunting, camping, photography, boat- ing Patrol 2, 3; Room Athletic Councillor 3, 4; Football 2, 3. JOSEPH S. PRIFTI 692 Huntington Ave., Boston School: Hyde Park (Chicago, 111.) Ambition: To be a chemist College: Tufts Hobbies: Fishing, Baseball ALDO A. QUATTROCCHI " Renegade " 36 Richfield St., Dorchester School: Mather Ambition: To make money Track 1. MALCOLM R. RAKOV " Mai " 19 Dumas St., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Band 2, 3, 4. FRANK A. RINALDI " Rinny " 23 Boardman St., East Boston School: Joseph H. Barnes Hobbies: Yachting, polo Patrol 3, 4. FREDERICK SHULMAN " Fred " 36 Allen St., Boston School: William Blackstone Ambition: To be a successful business man College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp collecting, swimming CHARLES T. SIMPSON " Chuck " 17 Dilworth St., Roxbury School: Dwight Ambition: To be a jazz mu- sician Hobbies: Drawing, music Band 3; Drum and Bugle 1; Lieutenant. KENT E. SMITH " Smitty " 158 Ballou Ave., Dorchester School: Frank V. Thompson Ambition: To be a newspaper reporter College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports Track 2, 3. PHILIP E. SMITH " Phil " 9 Dartmouth Place, Boston School: Miami Senior High Ambition: To join the air force College: Northeastern Hobbies: Drawing Patrol 4; GERALD J. STANDEL " Stan " 39 Millmont St., Roxbury School: Watertown High Ambition: Textile Designer College: Lowell Tech. Hobbies: Cars PETER A. STEFAN 21 Woodward Pk. St., Dorchester School: P. T. C. Ambition: Millionaire College: Boston College Patrol 4; Band 2, 3, 4. GEORGE W. SWALES " Bailer " 19 Mystic St., Charlestown School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a business man Hobbies: Hockey DAVID J. TAVARES " Chuck " 25 Rose St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be a profession- al Basketball player Hobbies: Basketball, carpen- try Patrol 3; Library Corps 3; Bas- ketball 3. LEROY THOMAS " Billy " 335 Shawmut Ave., Boston School: Dwight Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports, dancing Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. RALPH R. THOMAS " Thom " 32 Emerald St., Boston School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be an office worker College: Boston Clerical School Hobbies: Music ALFRED T. TURNER " Tom " 39 Circuit St., Roxbury School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To be a electrical enainee ' " College: Northeastern Hobbies: Carpentry, reading, fishing DAVID I. WALSH " Evad " 7 Speedwell St., Dorchester School: St. Peter ' s Ambition: To be a pharmacist College: Oxford Hobbies: Bowling Honors E2, PI; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize E2; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Lieutenant. DAVID I. WALSH 16 Brookfield St., Roslindale School: St. Francis Xavier Ambition: To be a electrical engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Trumpet playing Room Athletic Councillor 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3. EHS FOOTBALL With the graduation of 38 players, 8 of which were first squad regulars, Coach Stewart had the tremendous task of rebuilding the team in time for the Jamboree. To achieve this end, many players had to assume new positions. Lou Del Prete became a center; Johnny Greco was made an end; " Sonny ' Entas and Bob Power became tackles; and, finally, Willie McDonough was transformed into a quarterback. With many of the rough spots still requiring further attention, the Sons of the Blue and Blue were defeated by the Southies, 7 to 6 in the Jamboree. The boys made up for this, however, by trouncing Gro- ton, 13 to 0. In the first conference game of the season, English got off to a flying start by defeating Tech. 19 to 14. It was a gruelling battle all the way, with the Mc- Donough combination clicking in high form. Willy O ' Neil followed Don Gau- treau through the line for some brilliant ground attacks. The following week, however, we were handed our first conference defeat at the hands of Memorial. The 38 to 7 score marked Memorial ' s first victory over us since 1948. The Dorchester Eleven, however, found that we had fully recovered from our defeat when we whipped them, 24 to 7, in one of the strangest games ever played at the Stadium. It seems that, because of fire, the lights went out in the 3rd quarter; and with four minutes of playing time remaining, the Fire Depart ment ordered the Stadium evacuated. The following week, English played B. C. H. in what 1 consider the best game of our season. After being trampled over by the " Eaglets " throughout the first half, the squad seemed to burst into life as the second half opened. Chaban, Beckett and O ' Neill literally ran wild and the McDonoughs produced some brilliant pass combinations. Because of the unparalleled playing of E. H. S. Captain Don Gautreau, B. C. H. gained only 52 yards during the entire FOOTBALL First row (left to right): Coach Stewart, McCabe, Scata, Power, Headmaster Downey, Captain Gautreau, Petrie, Entas, Doherty, Assistant Coach Gillis. Second row (lefi to right): Shea, Mankewich, Savisky, Coleman, McCatty, Dorgan, Henaghan, Carey, W. McDonough, Francis, O ' NeiL Third row (left to right): Manager Ricci, Thomas, Rizzo, D ' AvoIio, Beckett, Capen, Lundy. Fourth row: (left to right): Moody, McGaffigan, Cataldo, Boyle, W. DelPrete, J. Peterson. Lordan, Chaban, Grecco, Peterson, P. McDonough, second half. Although we were defeated, 34 to 21, it is worthy to note that the half time score was 21 to 0, in favor of the " Eaglets. " Trade School presented no problem to the inspired favorite sons. They handed the " Traders " a 31 to 0 defeat. Now came the big test. Had our squcd improved sufficiently throughout the season to defeat the grid-wise rivals from Louis Pasteur Avenue? The two teams met for the traditional game at Harvard Stadium. Although the game was televised throughout Massachusetts, nearly twelve thousand enthusiastic spectators were in the Stadium. The sun shone brightly and the thermometer hovered in the 30 ' s, as the two squads jogged onto the beautiful field. Through four periods the teams battled; brilliant ground playing by Latin, while English controlled the air attack. When the final gun sounded however, Latin proved herself superior by the slim margin of one touchdown. With the final score recorded at 31 to 25, the two schools left the field; one team joyous; the other dignified, accepting defeat and planning for another year. In closing this report, 1 should like to salute the members of the team for their brilliant playing, especially Captain Don Gautreau, Bill and Paul McDonough, Ferdinand Beckett, Bob Power and Henry Lordan. Of course, we can never forget the wonderful job our coach, Mr. Stewart, did towards making this a successful season. All we can say is " Thanks, Coach. " Season ' s Record: Won 4, lost 3. FOOTBALL WINNERS OF VARSITY E Ferdinand Beckett John Manke-w Robert Boyle Philip McCat Alfred Cataldo Maurice McC Robert Carey Paul McDonc Norman Chaben William McD Gerald D ' Avolio Anthony McC Louis Del Prete Henry Mood ' 5 Patrick Doherty, William 0 ' N« William Dorgan John Petersor Leon Entas Warren Petei Donald Gautreau (Captain) Robert Petrie THE SEASON ' S RECORD E. H. S. 3 GROTON 14 E. H. S. 7 TECHNICAL 8 E. H. 0 MEMORIAL 6 E. H. S. 12 DORCHESTER 5 E. H. S, 6 TRADE 7 E. H. S. 3 B. C. HIGH 2 E. H. S. 4 BRIGHTON 2 E. H. S. 9 LATIN 3 CROSS COUNTRY Front row (left to right): John Kane, Robert Kelleher, Murray Watt, Mr. Downey, Mr. Ronon, Charles Henderson, John McColgan, Martin Coyne. Second row (left to right): Jacob Vitands, Thomas Porro, Peter Francis, Manager Edward Mini chiello, John Hurley, John La Marre, Leo Gaucher. The English High Cross Country team, after a year of grooming, was again dominant during the fall season. In the first Cross Country meet, the team bucked the stiff wind and led their arch rivals, Latin, to an overwhelming victory. All of the E. H. S. point talliers were among the first ten to finish. Pete Francis of the Blue and Blue was the first to reach the tape with Jake Vitands a few yards off his pace Many of the following meets followed much the same pattern. The Boston Public School Cross Country program is unique in as much as it is recognized all over the United States. Every fall a handicap meet is held using such prizes as a duck for the first place winner, a rooster as a time prize, and a turtle for the runner who finishes last. English went on to win the City and Regimental championships. The State Meet was held on the Franklin Park Golf Course. After the gun had sounded and the runners had gone a half mile, many of the runners detoured and had to be led back to the right course. English ' s Captain lohn Miller, then gained the lead and held it until he was bowled over, with less than a mile to go, by Tom Tomasian of Boston Trade. At the end of the meet, English again proved to be supreme, despite the detour, by capturing the class A team honors, as well as receiving many individual medals. Eighteen championship schools, representing all New England, competed for the New England Championships. The highly spirited English team was just edged out of the first place team title, but we were a very proud runners up. Much of the team ' s success is credited to Pete Francis, Jake Vitands, Jack Mil- ler, John Hurley, and Charles Henderson. The whole team is to be congratu- lated for a victorious season. CROSS COUNTRY THE SEASON ' S RECORD October 7 ENGLISH 23 TECHNICAL 74 MEMORIAL 108 LATIN 33 12 X IN Oil 35 LATIN 87 TRADE 128 TECHNICAL 103 B. C. HIGH 40 October 23 ENGLISH 33 LATIN 55 TECHNICAL 92 TRADE 108 COMMERCE 130 October 27 HANDICAP MEET Jctober 31 REGIMENTAL MEET ENGLISH 41 JAMAICA PLAIN 87 TECHNICAL 103 LATIN 70 November 7 STATE MEET November 14 NEW ENGLAND MEET WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Peter Francis Francis Geysen Charles Henderson John Hurley John Kane Murray Watt Robert Kelleher John LaMarre John Miller (Captain) Thomas Porro Jacob Vitands JOHN MILLER (CAPTAIN) TRACK Front row (left to right): Isaac Williams, John Hurley, Ferdinand Beckette, Seaborn Scott (Co- captain), Mr. Downey, Coach Ronan, John Miller (Co-captain), John McColgan, Peter Francis. Second row (left to right) : Webster Roach, Norman Harris, Tom Porro, John Connolly, William Still, Paul Neville, Courtland White, Harry Ray, Jay Savage, Charles Henderson. Third row (left to right): John Kane, Al Peona, Bradford Wipple, John Meehan, Donald Dilday, Murray Watt, Edward Minichiello, Henry Lordan, Robert Middleton, Zach Minichiello, Jerome Magnifico. Fourth row (left to right): William Stoddard, Bryan Rollins, Robert Kelleher, James Keaney, Jer- ome Goodwin, John Sakakini, David Ramsay, Roger Ramey. The English High School track squad began their indoor season by com- peting in the Fargo and Y. M. C. A. games. In either meet no team score is taken, but the meets afford much experience for the runners, because the com- petition is very keen. Our school had many outstanding performers in these two meets. We defeated Trade and B. C. High very easily in our first tri-meet, and be- cause of the few place winners, we placed fourth in the B. A. A. Meet. But ir the State Meet, English, paced by its co-captain John Miller and 1000 yard champ, showed its continual improvement and placed third in the team totals. We placed mostly second in the remaining quad meets and were a very strong second place behind Boston Technical in the Regimentals. Pete Francis and John Miller of the Blue and Blue were among the group of track men from the city of Boston, who accompanied Coach Ronan down to TRACK Madison Square Garden in New York City to compete in the schoolboy Nation ols. In the first outdoor meet English defeated Trade and B. C. High. The tearr then traveled to the University of Massachusetts where they competed in th? relay events. The following weeks the squad traveled to Belmont, where the Blue and Blue two mile relay team carried home first place and gold medals. English was very strong in the field events as well as in the running events as it paced all the city schools in winning the annual City Meet. Because of English ' s fighting spirit and determined desire for supremacy, we are well recogmized and respected by our opponents. When we do not win, we are always considerd the team to beat. As the end of the " 54 " season runs out, so do Pete Francis, Seaborn Scott, Gerry Goodwin and John Miller, whom we shall all miss. THE SEASON ' S RECORD Fargo Meet Y. M. C. A. Meet E. H. S. - B. C. High - Trade — 1st B. A. A. Meet - 4th E. H. S. - Latin - Dorchester - Roxbury Mem. — 1st Novice Meet — 1st State Meet — 3rd E. H. S. - E. B. - Tech. - K. P. — 2nd E. H. S. - Tech. - R. M. - B. C. High — 2nd Relay Carnival — 2nd E. H. S. - Latin - Trade - Tech. — 2nd Nationals at New York Regimentals — 2nd OUTDOOR TRACK E. H. S. - Trade - B. C. H. — 1st University of Mass. Relays — 3rd Belmont Relays — 3rd City Meet — 1st Regimentals — 2nd State Meet — 3rd New Englands IAN. 1 9 14 16 21 28 30 FEB. 5 12 15 19 20 MARCH 6 APRIL 28 MAY 1 8 12 12 29 JUNE 12 TRACK WINNERS ' Ferdinand Beckette Ronald Bennett Horace Boyd John Connolly William Dilday Peter Francis James Fuller (Manager) Otis Gray Jerome Goodwin Norman Harris Charles Henderson Joseph Hickey John Hurley James Keaney Robert Kelleher Henry Lordan Cour ' THE VARSITY E Lee Maider John McColgan Jonathon Middleton John Miller (Co-captain) Thomas Porro Roger Ramey Harris Ray John Rice Webster Roach Bryant Rollins Jay Savage Seaborn Scott (Co-captain) William Still William Stoddard Rodney Tyrell Bradford Whipple and White BASKETBALL Led by the tireless attack of co-captain, Bob McGillivray, English once again couped the city championship. Not once from the opening game with Memorial, to the tinal game with Latin, was our reign as defending champions ever threatened. Memorial was easily conquered, 65 to 43. B. C. High presented another easy victory as we bettered them 72 to 42. Trade and Dor- cnester met the same tote as our Blue and Blue hoopsters continued to gain victories. Technical, as well as our traditional rival, presented no opposition to the brilliant ball handling of Charlie Foley and the deadly shooting of " Gig Mac " . In the second round of the season the results were the same. Memorial lost, 84 to 57, with Trade following suit 109 - 55. A weak B. C. High squad offered little opposition to the flashy Blue and Blue. The last two games of the season against Tech and Latin were merely repeat performances of the first en- counters, with Tech the loser, 95 - 48 and Latin being topped 77 - 47. TECH TOURNEY English easily qualified for the Tech Tourney, since it only had to win 65% of its games. Our first encounter was New Bedford at the Brandeis University Gym. The Whalers presented little opposition to the mighty Blue and Blue, as they went down 56 - 44. Our next Tourney opponent was Durfee High, 50 - 44, which proved to be a gruelling battle with MacGillivray ' s late surge the decid- ing factor. Joe Heneghan also put a great show on the boards. Mike Feinstein played greet bell, scoring 10 points. As the game with Brockton approached, English was highly favored to win the tourney. From the outset, however, it was evident that we were up against a tough team. Bob MacGillivray was con- stantly double teamed in an effort to keep him from scoring. Again and again Mac was fouled, until Vanderstreet of Brockton fouled out of the game. In an BASKETBALL Front row (left to right): Leroy Thomas, John Lowe, Charles Foley (Co-Capt), Mr. Downey, Mr. Sullivan (Coach), Robert MacGillivray (Co-Capt.) Joseph Heneghan, Michael Feinstein. Top row (left to right): Elliott Goldstein, Kenneth MacLeay, Roger Sullivan (Mgr), Walter Mor- timer, Milton Kriger, Henry Moody. effort to score, Mac himself fouled out in the final period. With Mac covered in this manner, Mike Feinstein was able to score on fast breaks. His final score totaled 21 points. With time running out and English trailing by two points, Mike made one final effort to score. He managed to hook the ball through the hoop, although covered by three men. The English fans went into bedlams as the gun sounded. The score board posted a tied score, which meant the game would play overtime. The referee ' s whistle could hardly be heard through the roar. Many thought that Mike had been fouled in the act of shooting and would consequently get two free shots, which could win the game. However, the referee claimed that Mike had travelled and, therefore, the basket didn ' t count. Thus Brockton won, 48 - 46. Once again Lady Luck deserted English at the crucial moment. Once again our hopes of winning the state champion- ship were destroyed, yet with the prospect of another great team next year, our hopes are restored. Doubtless, the brilliant playing of Bob MacGillivray will not be forgotten. He is considered by most of us, to be the greatest basketball player that English has ever had, or perhaps will have for years to come. Of course we will not forget co-captain Charlie Foley, who also ranks with the best players English has ever produced. A great deal of credit for the team ' s success goes to such men as Joe Heneghan, John Lowe, M ike Feinstein, Walt Mortimer, Tom Shea, Hank Moody and Leroy Thomas. It is the general opin- ion that this team is the greatest we have ever had. It is regretful that this year marks the end of the brilliant coaching of Mr. Arthur Sullivan, who for eleven years has produced championship teams. Words cannot enough express our thanks to him for his activity as friend and coach. BASKETBALL THE SEASON ' S RECORD ROXBURY MEMORIAL ENGLISH 65 Opp. 43 ts. U. niijn ■PKT T TCLJ Z TRADE ENGLISH 75 " 44 DORCHESTER ENGLISH 64 " 47 TECHNICAL ENGLISH 80 " 46 LATIN ENGLISH 77 " 43 DORCHESTER ENGLISH 72 " 24 ROXBURY MEMORIAL ENGLISH 84 " 57 TRADE ENGLISH 109 " 55 B. C. HIGH ENGUSH 81 " 44 TECHNICAL ENGUSH 95 " 48 LATIN ENGLISH 77 ' 47 TECH TOURNEY NEW BEDFORD ENGLISH 56 Opp. 44 DURFEE ENGLISH 50 " 44 BROCKTON ENGUSH 46 " A2 WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Michael Feinstein Charles Foley (Co-Capt.) Elliott Goldstein Joseph Henaghan John Lowe Milton Kriger Kenneth Macleay (Capt. Elect.) Robert MacGillivray (Co-Capt.) Henry Moody Walter Mortimer Thomas Shea Roger Sullivan (Mgr.) Leroy Thomas HOCKEY Front row (left to right): Richard O ' Brien, John Greco, Mr. Downey, Mr. Stewart (Coach), Robert Boyle, Walter Foley. Secord row (left to right). Gary Cronin, Richard jago. Warren Peterson, Myles Cassidy, Jerry D ' Avolio, Eugene Fogarty, John Carr, Thomas Sr.ii;l:. Third row (left to right): Albert Sherman, Robert Pcsce, George Dick, Brenden Harrington, Paul Qualter, John Desmond, Richard Gill, Richard Arnone. The Double Blue squad went into the season minus six of its starting play- ers. With numerous changes to overcome this defect, it looked as though we would have a champion club after all, after defeating Dorchester in the opener, 2 to 0, with lohnny Desmond and Jerry D ' Avolio doing the honors. In the next two weeks, the Club trampled Memorial, 5 to 0, and Trade, 7 to 0. Little John Greco shoved in three goals against Memorial while Cassidy and D ' Avolio racked up two more. Trade found itself at a loss as D ' Avolio, as- sisted by Greco and Boyle, accomplished the first English High School goal. In the second period, Cassidy, Fogarty and Greco scored, making the score 4 to 0. Yet the team still wasn ' t satisfied, as Boyle, Peterson, and Greco scored three more to make the win of 7 to 0 definite. Technical proved to be our equal, as we tied them 0 to 0 in our first en- counter. The game proved to be a goalies ' duel. English ' s Walter Foley prov- ed his worth. The first Latin game proved to be most discouraging, as we were defeated, 4 to 0. The Club just couldn ' t seem to get going. Latin ' s Wilson scored two, as Carriere and McLaughlin added one apiece. As the second half of the season opened, Dorchester topped us, 2 to 1, in a hard-fought contest. Reardon scored both goals for the Red and Black, as Cronin, for English, scored on a fluk when a Dorchester player pushed the puck into the net after Cronin ' s attempt had been stopped. Memorial presented no problem to the Blue Icemen, as it was trampled, 6 to 1, in a repeat performance of the first encounter. HOCKEY The biggest upset of the hockey season was recorded when the last place Trade Cl topped us 2 to 1. D ' Avolio was the only one who could score on an assist by Greco and Boyle. j , As the season lengthened, the sophomore dominated team seemed to im- prove areatly. When we faced Tech, another tie was recorded as 2 to 2 Yet fhe improvement of the team was revealed as we faced our arch r:va Lat.r. This game is considered by many as the best contest m the ague. Although we l?st 2 to 0 one must remember that the Purple and White were highly " " " " " English finished the season in third place; yet, with the great number of sopho res on the team, we can set our sights for a better season next year. Congratulations are in order to such fme players as Walter Foley, Jerry D ' Avol Bob Boyle, Johnny Greco, Myles Cassidy, Gene Fogarty, Johnny Des- mond and Dick Jago. Of course, we can ' t forget Coach Stewart who did his usual excellent job. WINNERS OF VARSITY E THE SEASON ' S RECORD Dorchester Memorial Trade Tech Latin Won — 4 WE 2 5 7 0 n THEY WE THEY 0 1 - 2 0 6 - 1 o 1 - 2 . C 2 - 2 4 0 - 2 SEASON ' S RECORD Lost — 4 Tied — 2 Robert Boyle John Carr Myles Cassidy Gary Cronin Gerald D ' Avolio John Desmond George Dick Eugene Fogarty Walter Foley Richard Gill John Greco Brendan Harrington Richard Jago Richard O ' Brien Robert Pesce Warren Peterson Paul Quatter BASEBALL Front row (left to right): Henry Moody, William Stone, John Mankewich, Coach Stewart, Edward Mortimer, Mr. Downey, Michael Rizzo, Paul McDonough, Joseph Kara. Back row (left to right); Richard Arrone, Gerald D ' Avolio, Robert MacManiman, Norman Chaban, William McDonough, John Cieslik, David Hill, Robert Power, Robert Kennedy, Albert Bouffard. Although everyone thought that English High would suffer from the loss of such " Big Guns " as Elkind, Hadge, Bitetti, and Captain Dick Carey, the Blue and Blue had a very successful year, finishing in second place Vi game be- hind Dorchester High. Mostly because of lack of experience, we were defeated in our first league game by Trade 7 - 6, but we came back to down Roslindale 4 - 3 in the last of the ninth. In the next game our team met a stone wall named Art Nowell, who pitch- ed a neat four hitter, striking out twenty-one, and walking only one to give Rox- bury Memorial a 6 - 0 shutout. English was now facing some of the best pitchers in the league. The next game found English facing Murphy, last year ' s All-star pitcher; the score: Eng- lish on top 11-7. We then defeated Brighton 4 - 2, Charlestown 11-10, Hyde Park 10 - 8, Jamaica Plain 6 - 2, East Boston in a thriller 15 - 14, and first place Dorchester 12-5 behind the fine pitching of Joe Kara. The Blue and Blue had fought their way from the bottom to the top of the league, only to be downed by second-division, Boston Technical, 8 - 7, but we didn ' t stop fighting. We defeated Commerce in a close one 6 - 5, tough B. C. H. 3 - 2; and with Dave Hill pitching his first league game we downed Latin 9 - 4. We wound up in second place with a record of 11 - 3 against Dorchester ' s BASEBALL 12-2. Of our pitching staff of Kara, Stone, Cieslick, Hill, and Rizzo — Kara, Cieslick, and Hill will be back next year. Two members of our team, hard hit- ting Walt Mortimer .445 and Willie MacDonough .418, made the first string All- star team. THE SEASON ' S RECORD — (League games) WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E ENGLISH 6 TRADE 7 ENGLISH 4 ROSLINDALE 3 ENGLISH 0 MEMORIAL 6 ENGLISH 11 SOUTH BOSTON 7 ENGLISH 4 BRIGHTON 2 ENGLISH 6 COMMERCE 5 ENGLISH 11 CHARLESTOWN 10 ENGUSH 10 HYDE PARK 8 ENGLISH 6 JAMAICA PLAIN 2 ENGLISH 15 EAST BOSTON 14 ENGLISH 12 DORCHESTER 5 ENGLISH 7 TECHNICAL 8 ENGLISH 3 B. C. H. 2 ENGUSH 9 LATIN 4 Alfbert Bouffard Norman Chaban John Cieslick Gerald D ' AvoIio Louis DelPrete David Hill Joseph Kara Robert Kennedy Paul MacDonough WiUiam MacDonough Robert MacManimon John Mankiewitch Henry Moody Walter Mortimer (Captain) Robert Power Michael Rizzo Thomas Shea (Captain) William Stone Total 11 wins — 3 losses TENNIS Front row (left to right): Timothy Murphy, Peter Langlois, Joseph Berkley (Captain), Harris Lan- sky, Anthony Arico. Back row (left to right): Ralph Jenanyan, Joseph Leonavicius, Zenonas Leonavicius, Mr. Murphy (Coach) . Joseph Leonavicius defeated the top stars throughout the city and in the semi-ficiols of the city-wide championships defeated Davidson of Roxbury Mem- orial High School for Boys 6 - 4, 6 - 2. In the finals, he lost to Ceral 6 - 3, 6-4. Although we lost more doubles during the season than we had in previous seasons, the experience was invaluable. WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Anthony Arico Joseph Berkley (Captain) David Fox Ralph Jenanyan Timothy Murphy Peter Langlois Harris Lansky Joseph Leonavicius Zenonas Leonavicius GOLF Front row (left to right): William O ' Toole, Richard Golding, Richard O ' Brien, Robert Murphy, Roger Goscinak. Back row (left to right): Robert Mitchell, Kevin Quinlan, Ronald Price, Thomas Porro, Thomas Hogan, Coach Simmons. The season was an average one although we won five of our ten games. The boys showed an enthusiasm which was hard to defeat. We had two boys representing English High School in the State Champion- ships of June 7, at Beverly, Mass: Charles Foley and Richard O ' Brien. We hope next year to have as gcod a team as any other school in the city WINNERS OF THE VARSITY E Charles Foley Roger Goscinak Thomas Hogan Robert Mitchell Richard O ' Brien (Captain) Francis Ricci EHS Commissioned Officers of the First Regiment Front row (left to right): Milton Shapiro, Donald Peyser, Paul Cote, Frederick Love, Walter De- laney, Frank Morston, Eugene Pawlowsky. Back row (Ifet to right); James Francis, Edward Minichiello, Robert Smith, John Schultz, Louis Ferullo, Edward Santoro, John Lopez, Colonel Meanix. Colonel William W. Crocker Lieut.-Colonel James E. Francis Major (1st Bat.) John C. Schultz Major (2nd Bat.) Paul R. Cote Edward Flanagan Robert Carey Charles Barry Thomas Collins Edward Knapp INDIVIDUAL DRILL Robert Stanwood Eugene Wong Roger Dow James Dalton William Farrell Commissioned Officers of the Second Regiment Front row (left to right): Charles Chalmers, Thomas Hogan, Francis Wilhelm, Andrew Wong, Charles Foley, Dimitrios Merageas, Russell White, John Reid. Back row (left to right): Arthur Hood, Jacob Vitands, Morton Shaevel, Leo Kelly, Edward Dzier- zeski, Richard Sparge, Roger Caldicott, Louis Wayne, William Hood, Louis Argenzio, Colonel Meanix. Colonel Charles J. Foley, Jr. Lieut.-Colonel Robert M. Chalmers Major (1st Bat.) Arthur C. Hood Major (2nd Bat.) John F. Reid INDIVIDUAL DRILL Joel Weinslein David Esancy David Spitz John Middleton Edward Mofford Peter Manson Paul Neville Philip Shaw Bradford Whipple Thomas Hamilton Drum and Bugle Corps Front row (left to right): Courtland T. White, Arthur J. Fink, Jan A. Gloster, Robert B. Mitchell, William J. Sarette, Robert L. Shumon, Dennis M. Bedord, Peter D. Hardwick. Standing (left to right): John E. Donovan, Anthony J. Palumbo, Stewart Barden, Harvey Freed- man, Andrew M. Penna, John M. Cotter, Alan K. Bass, Robert J. Vincent. PRIZE WINNERS 1st Prize Bugle Tech Sgt. Leroy Ramsey 2nd Prize Bugle Staff Sgt. Andrew Penna 1st Prize Drums Capt. Jan A. Gloster 2nd Prize Drums Tech. Sgt. Robert Shuman Band Front row (left to right): John Dzierzeski, Edward Wenners, Charles Priest, Arnold Adreani, Al- fred Puopulo, Robert Carol, Charles Gaides, Otis Grey, John Dugan, Ronald Lyons. Second row (left to right): Charles Frey, David Mayer, Edward Vittello, Edwin Kraznicki, Stan- ley Dzierzeski, Norman Harris, Charles Simpson, Malcolm Rakov, Jordan Miller, Robert Fox, Al- adino Sorgi, Robert Boutilier, Director Joseph Trongone. Third row (left to right): Herman Love, Robert Scanlon, John Sakakini, Bryant Rollings, Donald Masse, Jerome Goodwin, Terence Koen, Francis Thoburn, Philip Ryan, Salvatore Tuberose, David Nutting, Robert Murphy. PRIZE WINNERS Robert M. Carroll Terence A. Koen Jerome W. Goodwin Robert J. Murphy Bryant E. Rollins YEARBOOK STAFF - 1954 Seated (left to right); Francis McCarthy, Joseph Hickey, Roger Dow, J. Richard Kennedy, Nicho- las Ciccia, Anthony LoConte, Seaborn Scott. Back row (left to right): Frank Marston, Donald Glynn, Herbert Goldberg, Louis Wayne, John Miller, Walter Delaney, James Parsons, Henry Adleman, Mr. Heins. EHS SENIOR ROOM COUNCILLORS Front row (left to right); Frederick Love, Nicholas Ciccia, Richard O ' Brien, Herbert Goldberg. Back row (left to right): Philip Scata, David J. Walsh, Edward Domit. SENIOR ROOM CAPTAINS Seated (left to right): John McColgan, Robert Petrie, Fred Cataldo, Charles Foley. Standing (left to right) : Ben Fuccillo, Pasquale Micciche, Leroy Thomas. STUDENT COUNCIL Seated (left to right): Nicholas Ciccia, Herbert Goldberg, Richard ]. O ' Brien, Philip Scata. Back Row (left to right): Robert Candow, Albert Wiseman, Jesse R. Johnson, Gilbert Chin. DISCUSSION CLUB FRENCH CLUB GLEE CLUB MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB MR. KEELON ' S PATROL I MR. KOPIN ' S PATROL KEY ROOM AIDES CAFETERIA BUSINESS STAFF Arthur Mood, ' 54, Zours 8, S. As we leave E. H. S., let ' s look at some of the strange creatures that used to prowl the halls. Our first stop will be a math class. Sliderule McDrool (alius ROGER DOW) is warming up. Smoke streams from his slip stick as the slider races along its surface . . . In the back of the room MARSTON ' S lusty snores attest to a late movie. COTE is franti- cally trying to borrow a copy of the home les- son . . . From math we shall stop in at a history class. As we slip through the back door, the teacher snaps a question at MALOOF: " Who was John Adams? " Maloof answers with a strange choking sound as he struggles to down a chicken sandwich. The next question goes to BEATTY: " Who was the first Pony Express rider? " Beatty ' s answer is prompt: " The ' Lone Ranger ' . " At the teacher ' s astounded expres- sion, Beatty realizes his error and attempts to hide a Western comic book. By now things are getting warm here, so let ' s go on to the next class . . . The chemistry lab attracts our atten- tion. At one bench FINK is busily mixing a brew. Unknown to the instructor, he is going to make a new kind of fuel that will run a car a month on just one pint. There is a sharp ex- plosion, a minature atomic mushroom rises, and Fin k ' s carbon-blackened face appears above the edge of the bench. In the din that follows, KENNEY ' S hand snatches unnoticed at his lunch for a hasty repast, and HURLEY trips over a bottle of acid. Well, the lab assistant will be working late tonight. There ' s the bell; let ' s leave this scene of ruin . . . As we drift about the corridor, whom do we see? None other than " Doc " FRAZIER, and — what ' s that he ' s pulling behind him? Why, it ' s a small boy ' s coaster wagon and on it sits a cash regis- ter. He ' s rounding up money for the " Frazier- Keelon New Car and Vacation Fund " — known to us as Class and Alumni dues. Quick- ly we duck behind a door and observe through the crack. It looks as if he has a victim. Ah, yes. It ' s ARNOLD LEE. He tries to duck — but not fast enough. Oh, well, another one has been caught . . . There ' s the bell. We slip into the next class. This is the Spanish class. But what ' s the matter with GLYNN? He seems to have lost something, — Oh, yes, his " trot. " There is a test today. The paper is passed out, several pages of translation are given. GOS- CINAK has been telling us of a fool-proof in- vention by which he will easily pass all of his tests. It ' s a collapsible periscope . . . Over in the last row there is a crunching sound. The teacher, " Red " , looks over too late to see a guilty — looking HOGAN chuck an apple core out of the window. Thirty seconds later, an angry and apple-besmirched policeman ap- pears at the door as we slip out . . . Well, let ' s go down and have lunch. As we approach the bedlam of our lunch room, we hear above the riot of the sound, the crash of breaking glass, the laughter of the boys, and the strains of the " Blue Danube " strangely out of place . . . There seems to be an argument. SPARGO has sat on MOUSSALLY ' S lunch, but this is quickly straightened out. At another table we see " Tiny " SCHULTZ demonstrate the feat of gulp- ing a whole spuki in one bite, and over at this table we hear an outraged yell as someone ' s elbow lands in Jimmy FRANCIS ' soup. We straggle on to our next class . . . It ' s the naviga- tion class. They seem to be trying to solve a problem. The first question goes to NORMAN GINSBURG. " What is the location of the ship in the problem? Locate it on the map. " Gins- burg locates Denver, Colorado, exactly. Li leaves Ginsburg to his frustration. Next comes TOM CLARK. " What is a sextant? " His answe r: " Thats a man who rings a bell in a church. " There ' s FRED LOVE at the window taking a sight on the sun, but he seems to be having trouble. Hm, no wonder. He ' s using the light globe for the sun . . . Well, gentlemen, this is the end of the tour. I hope you have en- joyed it. The author wishes to say that all names are fictitious and that any resemblance to those of persons living or dead is purely coinciden- tal. 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