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

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®I }t IEtt0lt0j| % X0J| FOUNDED 1821 “If anything will preserve tranquillity and ordef in a community, perpetuate the blessings of society, and free government, and promote the happiness and prosperity of a people, it must be the diffusion of knowledge. These salutary effects, the committee conceives, would flow from the institution of this seminary.” v Subcommittee report—School Report 1820 The men of the Class of 1959 dedicate this yearbook to the members of the faculty who have early assisted us in attaining the aim of every English High School boy in becoming “Men of Honor and Achievement.” THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL Yearbook EDITORIAL Early in our junior year, Russia launched Sputnik I. We all remember how quickly critics condemned American edu¬ cation for not having beaten the Soviets to the count-down. Indeed, the re-appraisal of our educational system is still fresh in our minds. Leaders, once again regarding education as the cornerstone of de¬ mocracy, supported the public’s demand for better schools and higher educational standards. The students — you and I — felt the true impact of the resultant reforms. At The English High School, as across tl e entire nation, scholarship standards were raised to better equip us as we stood on the threshold of space. Productivity, more homework and greater respect for discipline became classroom watchwords. The three R’s were not sufficient in the Space Age. The educational belt was being tightened. Now intensified studies of the sciences and of advanced mathematics were projected. Necessity for higher education was dramatically illustrated by the increased demand for college graduates who could manipulate a slide- rule. And many of us, intent upon terminating our formal education on Commencement Day, found ourselves applying to colleges during the great American educational renaissance. When the pages of this yearbook have become yellow with age, we will reflect upon all our school days. Our thoughts, however, will turn first to our years as upperclassmen, for with each Red-rocket success, we men of the Blue and Blue felt a renewed jolt: surpassing the Soviet lead would be our responsibility. The insurance of our democracy, its eco¬ nomics and the general welfare would soon be dependent on us. As men of English High, let us go on to make the Space Age an era of honor and further achievement for the American way of life. —DAVID W. HALEY, Editor-in-Chief MESSAGE HEAD MASTER Joseph L. Malone u. M M - ONE J° SEP H A° SCHOO ' - s S i " 3 " SCH °° 1 ' NE ,w to say - , hi6 oooortuo ty ear, 1 welc° me ,s the f ° r —- ° f Ci : 1 wh . carting a class. 811 T-eSpeots i , , Mor ds i " pa . een a g°° d C m many reSp a fe , 1959 has h manner- school The -Class° fW satisfactory to foster good s -.llittes tn e “° £t bee n to ntain Its responaa c lass; Cor 1 ergrad 6 b ° St 0 ol men- bee " " 6 d e needed to rf , ng llsh t0 Mastic standards that - d tffor £uture , the nigh schola y0U succeed I thereto continue t0 eXp , find i n a . „ + Many ° f y . s for - ■ “” h 1 - «“ „ ,„a - • “ uwl 1 » “ r • ar «» M d - , , lert « p not excels t Me years n tally al grade s we ach ievemen tW) se who ar urg e yo u icce ssfni growth opportunity prefer " may e wili peyear the most °f theP1 icb may be y° urS ‘ These make the . un ity whi cn » ’“ Utl 0 , " . »» - ’■ " -‘t vantage o 1 be rinning 0 0 f every , ta (e advan tbe oe aim 01 aii to ma rh f° r y n „ achieve th tbr ough « ,eu,« - . v, school man ttsh Htgh bCl Sngl . t0 Mankind . SerV1 „„ all- , , MklOt® ° B1 ” VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER Donald T. Kennedy Robert C. Ernst EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chester F. Sidell Abraham W. Haddad { mm Km L , : J I ? lp.4 i Us r g Jyk m HNH ft ■pi fa ’ [ j David W. Haley ASSOCIATE EDITORS Francis G. Ronan Robert C. Ernst John F. Hanllin David S. Levenson Robert G. Garvey FACULTY ADVISOR Robert G. Simmons LITERARY STAFF Barton H. Graham Richard F. Macintosh Charles H. Gibbons Abraham W. Haddad Edward J. Meffan Norman J. Goldberg Paul C. Howell Robert J. Tosiello Joseph A. Good water Daniel J. Hurley Alan E. Waldman BUSINESS STAFF Barry A. Park Norman C. Moses Leonard H. Segal Mark R. Alpert PHOTOGRAPHY Richard L. Carleton Back row (1. to r.) Kenneth Johnson, Daniel Tarpey, Edwin Mosher Front row (1. to r.) Robert Carrol, William Hughes, Maurice Murphy, Thomas Eccles (HEAD), Robert Simmons Back row (1. to r.) Russell Langley, Robert Russell, Andrew Gemmel, Richard Willits, James Supple, Paul Heins, Cyril Conroy ENGLISH DEPARTMENT HISTORY DEPARTMENT Front row (1. to r.) I. Michael Sal- len, John Kelly, William Devore (HEAD), Joseph Kenney (1. to r.) Arthur O’Shea, Joseph Sheehan, John Ward (HEAD), Francis Keady ROMANCE LANGUAGES Front row (1. to r,) Paul M. Shea, Milton Bomstein, George Hennes¬ sey (HEAD), Frank Repetto Back row (1. to r.) Jacob Aronson, Paul Cameron, Joseph Nisco MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Front row (1. to r.) Philip George, Charles Murphy, John O’Brien (HEAD), Enor Lundin Back row (1. to r.) Robert Messer, Francis Hayes, Ulysses Shelton, Mathew Ruggiero, William Themistocles SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Front row (1. to r.) Eben Rosenfield, Laurence Atwood, Elliot Frazier (HEAD), Charles Gleason, Samuel Greenwald Back row (1. to r.) Joseph H. O’Neill, John Barlog, Arthur Gustus, Joseph Connolly, Ralph Berkowitz ' •? COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Front row (1. to r.) James Higgins, John Keelon, John Bowler (HEAD), Peter Mullen Back row (1. to r.) George Ferrante, Antonio Gizzi, Edward Bell, Thom¬ as Boyle PHYSICAL EDUCATION and MILITARY DRILL (1. to r.) William Duffy, Frederick Gillis, Jr., Eugene Ellis, Patrick King, Robert Fisher, William Stewart BAND — Arlie W. Latham GLEE CLUB — Michael Famiglietti VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Joseph Lapidus Miah J. Falvey Edwin F. Butters Mm. ANNEX FACULTY Front row: Jay F. Blum, John R. Golner, Arthur J. Sullivan, Master in charge, John O. Daly, William J. Bowers Second row: Benedict L. Margarone, Herbert Kopins, Richard A. Ryan, John P. Craven Third row: D. Bradley Sullivan Jr., Richard F. Scire, Charles Byron Irene E. Kelly Dorothy M. Giblin THE ANNEX Warren Street, Roxbury SECRETARY HEALTH ROOM Benjamin Spelfogel, M.D. Mabelle O’Neill Iftt flfcemortam It is with sorrow that we note the death on Decem¬ ber 13, 1958 of Mary A. Hagerty, a loyal and de¬ voted secretary. Miss Hagerty first came to Eng¬ lish High School in 1930, and until her retirement in 1957, was a valuable and beloved figure. JVriljur Efrans A profound sadness and deep sorrow settled on our school when we learned of the death, on Oc¬ tober 12, 1958, of Arthur L. Evans, a teacher in the Science Department since 1932. Mr. Evajis was a graduate of English High School, Class of 1917, and of Boston College in 1922, where he had taught before coming to English High School. In his years of teaching, we all came to know him as a man among men whose sole concern was the welfare of those entrusted to him. He never dodged a responsibility or refused to take on a difficult task. We, the class of 1959, express our deepest sor¬ row at the death of a conscientious and devoted teacher. Master Emeritus Last spring saw the retirement .of Mr. Maurice Fran¬ cis Murphy, an esteemed member of the English De¬ partment. Mr. Murphy was a master of our school from 1917 until his departure in 1958. Mr. Murphy received his A.B. degree from Tufts College in 1915, and did graduate work at the following schools: Harvard, Boston University, Bates, Boston College, Univ. of Vermont, and Boston Normal School. Upon his graduation from Tufts he was appointed a master at the High School of Commerce in Boston, Mass. He remained there until 1917 when he came to English High School. Mr. Murphy’s loyalty to the school was unquestioned. His sincere devotion to his profession, his deep concern in the welfare of the pupils, his great love for tennis, and his various dissertations on things in general will make him long and fondly remembered by all. PROM COMMITTEE First row (1. to r.) Leo Horgan, David Pochini, Barry Park Second row (1: to r.) James Killian, Joseph Veneto, William Mortimer, Joseph Constantino ALUMNI COMMITTEE Second row (1. to r.) Richard Fishman, George Hynes First row (1. to r.) Henry Cullerton, Rich¬ ard Tacelli, Barry Goldman SONG COMMITTEE First row (1. to r.) Paul Ricci, Paul Howell, Frederick Jackson Second row (1. to r.) Robert Gramer, John Hamlin, Sydney Harris PICTURE COMMITTEE First row (1. to r.) Allen Karchmer, Daniel Hurley, Raymond Schwarz Second row (1. to r.) Alvin Goldman, Leo Roderick YEARBOOK COMMITTEE First row (1. to r.) Charles Gilmor, Francis Ronan, David Haley Second row (1. to r.) Leonard Segal, John Congdon, Frank Falvey CLASS SONG Dedicated to Mr. Robert Simmons .. AU REVOIR The ivy that entwines our school Is but a verdant sign Of the years of lessons to us taught. Oft stern yet oft benign Etched deep into our very hearts Engraved into our mind The wisdom and the teachings taught Will not be left behind Prepared to forge ahead with hope On life’s uncertain path We will not show a bit of fear But stoutly face the aftermath Our school shall e’er be with us, For us that certain tie. We thank you, dear old English Au revoir, but not goodbye. Frederick K. Berman i. -..« « " ’ I In 1821, Boston, a town of some 50,000 inhabit¬ ants, felt the need to supplement its school pro¬ gram, which consisted at that time of the Latin School and several English grammar schools. Plans were laid for the founding of The English High School. A subcommittee consisting of merchants, the clergy, jurists, and journalists was appointed by the school committee to consider the subject ' of providing advanced schooling for the youth of the town. This committee presented a report which recommended the establishment of a school to be called English Classical School, with admittance attainable through suitable examination. They further stated that the course should be spread over a period of three years, with subjects includ¬ ing English, Math, and Natural Philosophy. Each subject was to be taught by a teacher who had graduated from a University. The school opened in a four-storied building on Derne Street with George Barret Emerson as head¬ master. This location suffered from the joint occu¬ pancy of Hero Engine No. 6, the town watch in the basement, and the lack of an adequate heating OUR system. Solomon P. Miles took over the duties of headmaster in 1823. Shortly after, in November of 1824, the school moved to Pinckney Street where it remained for twenty years. Upon the retirement of Mr. Miles in 1837, Thomas Sherwin became headmaster, hold¬ ing this position for forty-one years until his death in July, 1869. Under Mr. Sherwin, The English High School became widely known for its prepara¬ tory courses in math, physics, and chemistry. Per¬ haps his greatest contribution was his emphasis toward “The making of men.” Few men have so dearly left their imprint upon a school as did Mr. Sherwin. In 1844, the school was moved to occupy jointly (with the Latin School) a new building on Bed¬ ford Street. In these thirty-one years, the enroll¬ ment tripled. It is interesting to note that when the school moved into its new building on Bedford Street, the Public Garden was a barren waste. The tide flowed over the Back Bay and the site of the school HERITAGE later on Montgomery Street and Warren Avenue was an unreclaimed marsh. Mr. Charles M. Cumstan, in whose name an undergraduate scholarship is named, succeeded Mr. Sherwin as Master-in-charge in September of 1869 and remained until 1874, at which time he retired. Following Mr. Cumstan, Mr. Edwin P. Seavers, an assistant professor of mathematics at Harvard was appointed headmaster. In 1880, Francis A. Waterhouse was appointed to the headmastership and it was during his term that English moved to its fourth building located on Montgomery Street in Boston. This new build¬ ing was called the “most modern and elaborate building in the whole public school system.” En¬ rollment doubled. Upon the death of Mr. Waterhouse, Mr. Babson, a Harvard graduate, was installed as headmaster. It was during his administration that the system of heads of departments was introduced. Mr. Babson, because of ill health, resigned in 1908 to be succeeded by Mr. John F. Casey, who remained headmaster until 1915, when he was succeeded by Mr. Snow, a B. U. graduate. Before the centenary year was over, Mr. Snow was elected to Assistant Superintendent of school, thus withdrawing in favor of Mr. Walter F. Downey, who remained headmaster until 1953. In the summer,of 1953, the Boston School Com¬ mittee appointed Mr. M. Henry Mclnerney as headmaster of The English High School. The old building on Montgomery Street had been abandoned in favor of the old High School of Commerce building on Avenue Louis Pasteur, directly across the street from our traditional rival, Boston Latin. In 1956, Mr. Joseph L. Malone be¬ came headmaster. Since his appointment, many honors have been brought to the school. The Boston English High School has had a long and glorious history. Members of its faculty have given of themselves to the school as well as the entire school system. Its graduates, having trav¬ elled far and in sundry direction, have brought distinction to the Alma Mater. CLASS HISTORY FRESHMAN Our career at English High began after a two- week postponement due to the polio epidemic which plagued New England. Mr. Mclnerney, our new headmaster, made a few faculty changes. During the summer, Col. Meanix retired, and Girl’s Latin moved, — an inoident which made pushing on the M.T.A. buses quite uninteresting. Captain Fisher replaced the Colonel and intro¬ duced the English High School Trick Drill Team. One day, during the first period, a notice was sent to the homerooms, notifying the boys to get their coats and return to their homerooms for dis¬ missal. It seems that we were the victims of a mad bomber. After the police and fire depart¬ ments searched the building, the incident was termed a hoax. Shortly after, the Blue and Blue bombed Latin, 20-14, at Harvard Stadium. Other sports highlights included the 9-2-1 season for our Hockey Team, which earned the city champion¬ ship; a Regimental and city track team champion¬ ship and the 7-5 record of our basketball team, including overwhelming victories over Latin School. All our teams enjoyed victories over Schola Latina that year. In the spring, we watched the upperclassmen finish second in the Schoolboy Parade. Our Band and Bugle Corps came in first place. Blue Cross Blue Shield along with the newly installed one-dollar student insurance policy found many Blue and Blue claimants. Mr. “Red” Evans was out sick and was replaced by Hal Connolly who later went on to set a new hammer-throwing record in the Olympic Games at Melbourne, Australia. Other casualties included Mr. Joseph Sheehan, who suffered a severe heart attack which necessitated a two month convalescent period. Too, a local hospital was greeted with “post number one, my chickadees.” SOPHOMORE The new year brought numerous changes. Mr. Joseph L. Malone succeeded Mr. Mclnerney. The new “Dress Right” policy went into effect. Ties could be rented for 15c. Discussion, Chess, Radio, Photography and Military Clubs were added. The French Club was supervised by Mr. Robert “Red” Evans, until his death in February. Other deaths included Mr. Ralph Quinn, head of the History Department and Mr. Robert Gifford, a veteran of twenty-seven years in our English Department. Mr. William “Notebook” Devore became a De¬ partment Head. Other faculty changes included a new Math Department Head, Mr. O’Brien, from Girl’s Latin School. (For a time there was some doubt as to whether the girls of Girl’s Latin would let the suave, debonair Mr. O’Brien leave.) Mr. Charles Keelon left for the treacheries of East Boston High, where he became principal. The price of milk was raised to 2c and Mr. Malone instituted the Activities Fund. Captain Fisher obtained a flag in Washington and brought it back with him for the School-boy Parade. Upon his return be founded the E. H. S. Cadet Officer Training Corps. The student council, having been duly elected by the student body, efficiently set to work and new shiny mirrors were soon installed. This same law-making body decided to set up en¬ trance examinations which each applicant con¬ sidered for future enrollment would have to pass. Sports wise . . . Latin defeated our eleven, 19-12; the basketball and hockey team survived with respectable records. The surprise of the year came when Mr. Elmer Phelps, the Iron man of English High, retired. Having completed two years of our high school career at English, we looked forward to two more. Hmmmmmm. JUNIOR At the beginning of our third year, everyone was either talking about, suffering with, or spreading the Asian Flu. In November, we all regretted the death of Colonel Meanix, who was only briefly seen by us at the beginning of our Sophomore Year. The price of milk was raised from two to three cents. Inflation! The immediate reaction of the typical E.H.S. student was, “Is that right?” From Russia came the earth-shaking news of the first successful launching of an earth satellite, Sputnik I. Soon to follow was Sputnik II and Muttnik. These events had a profound effect on our curriculum. Mathematics and the Sciences became an integral part of our studies. It should also be mentioned that since the launching of Sputnik I, no English High School man has skipped a Math or Science period. In October, Mr. Devore led a group of arch¬ patriots to the U.N. building in New York City to observe the action. One day in November, Captain Fisher, tears pouring from both eyes, came into 303 and an¬ nounced with bursting pride “WE have a hard top pavement in the back yard—and it was made es¬ pecially for drilling . . .” At the same time, the Class of 1913 honored the Alma Mater with a stone in memory of those students of The English High School who died for their country. The stone was placed out on the left front lawn and was immediately surrounded with shrubbery. It was so well surrounded by shrubbery that on the day of Dedication Exercises, Captain Fisher, on an order from Mr. Malone, sent out a regiment of his favorite cadets to find it. We also acquired a statue from the old building on Montgomery Street, too. In one corner of the assembly hall four plaques were hung, each depicting one of the freedoms mentioned in the Bill of Rights. The English-Latin football fever hit the school as we prepared for the 71st annual Thanksgiving Day Classic. The Alumni Association held a rally, preceded by an enthusiastic student rally. It seems that the rally really did a lot of good: English 26 — Latin 20. This victory gave English a tie for the City Championship in football. After the Christmas vacation we returned to find the new gym floor. The old gym floor had been slicked down, polished, and shined until it was easier to fall down during Phys. Ed. It was an awesome sight to see this new basketball floor with Mr. Gillis, starry-eyed, polishing it. At the end of January, Mr. Ronan formed a new Athletic Captains Association, the members of which were to be elected each year by the homerooms. This association had the responsibility of organizing athletic games between homerooms and keeping the school informed of the activities of our Var¬ sity Teams. Late in March, the second annual E.H.S. Variety Show was presented for a one-day, limited engagement. Critics, students and guests were all pleased with the show. After their appearance on the E.H.S. stage the Variety Show moved to the Rialto Theatre in Scollay Square for a two-week engagement. Early in March, Mr. Arthur Evans, affection¬ ately known as “Chic,” and a devoted member of the Science Department, left on sick leave. Mr. Evans later passed away. May saw Prize Drill and “The Death March of the 1700 through the Fens Stadium.” SENIOR Supported by the theory of “strength in num¬ bers” the four hundred and fifty members of the Class of 1959 returned for “The Last Hurrah.” Shortly after the opening of the school year, the Senior Class, under the direction of “Doc” Frazier, elected class officers. After many hours of promises and threats, the following results were announced: Steven Fallon . President Don Kennedy . Vice-President Bob Ernst . Secretary-Treasurer Abe Haddad and Chet Sidell . Executive Committee Early in November we received our first set back — report cards. Flashes from the world of Sport . . . After capturing the city basketball championship, the EHS quintet dribbled its way into the Tech Tourney held at the Boston Garden. Unfortunately they lost. Coach Gillis later ex¬ plained, “When the English team was first entered in the tourney the officials at the Garden felt that the only team which could be fairly matched against us was the Celtics.” (Seriously, we were beaten by Everett High) . . . The EHS hockey team was similarly beaten by Malden High . . . The indoor track team sparkled with returnees from last year’s championship team and won an¬ other Reggie. Carrying their enthusiasm to White Stadium, they later captured the outdoor crown. Class Dues, Activities Fund, Yearbook pictures, now what? WHAT? No we don’t wanna put an ad in this Thanksgiving Day program. Wha d’ya mean it’s a diploma requirement? Thanksgiving Day-Well, at least we were in the program. On March 29, 1959, Joseph L. Malone, in asso¬ ciation with Mr. I. Michael Sallen and members of the student body, presented the Third Annual EHS Variety Show before a capacity crowd. Small situation comedy skits, interestingly written and superbly executed were interwoven with music, and dance numbers to provide a well-rounded program. Each year “The Varieties” becomes more and more successful, both in entertainment and financial aspects. Career Days highlighted the early part of the month of March. Interesting speakers from all fields of endeavor, many of whom were former graduates from this school, spoke to members of the Senior class. Highlighting the exercises was the appearance of five exchange students from Needham High . . . HIGHLIGHT? three boys, two girls. OH! In April, all eyes of the fashion world turned to English High for the First Annual Fashion Show to benefit the Home and School Association Schol¬ arship Fund. Turkey Dinner, mashed potatoes, banana fritters —no it’s not the menu prepared by our pretty colleens in the spacious lunchroom. It’s the menu for the 3rd Annual Home Coming Banquet. Present were many noted sports figures and prom¬ inent alumni. Prize Drill came and, as usual, things ran smoothly. Congratulations! We won the Schoolboy Parade! After four years of saving and waiting, the Prom was held at the Hotel Statler. The problem of finding adequate parking space made the evening even more interesting. It was certainly an inspiring sight to see certain fellow students wearing clean shirts, pressed pants and ties not rented from the office. Graduation exercises on June 4th at North¬ eastern brought our careers at English to a mo¬ mentous conclusion. ( mi !i I niu i SCHOOLBOY PRESENTING • • • THE MEN OF ENGLISH HIGH JOEL M. ALFRED School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Ice Skating, Music, Model Building Honors: Music App. 2; Hockey 4 WILLIAM T. ADAMS School: William E. Russell Ambition: Registry Officer Hobbies: Model Railroads and Guns CHARLES W. AMICO School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Chemical Engi¬ neer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Photography Honors: Glee Club 4; Mili¬ tary Science Club 4; Pa¬ trol 3, 4; Room Coun¬ cilor 2; Military Comm. 4; Track 1 STANLEY ADAMAKIS School: Martin Ambition: Priest College: Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Theological Sem¬ inary Honors: Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; Switchboard 2; Room Councilor 1; Mili¬ tary Comm. Captain 4 «sgg GERALD A. ANDERSON School: Francis Parkman Ambition: To succeed in life College: Northeastern Honors: Fidelity Prize 9, 10; Office Aide 9; Room Athletic Councilor 9; Track 9 s m w JOHN ALCONADA, JR. School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Mortician College: New England In¬ stitute of Embalming Hobbies: Guns Honors: Modern History RICHARD ALEXANIAN, JR. School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: To be an En¬ gineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Cars and Photography Honors: Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Home Room Councilor 2 LOUIS G. ANZALDI School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball, Basketball Honors: Glee Club 1; Trick Drill Team, 4th year STEPHEN C. BELL School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Commercial Artist Hobbies: Painting Honors: Art Award, Law¬ rence Prize 2; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councilor 2; Basketball 3; Track 2 FREDERIC BAKER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, Fishing Honors: Nat. Honor So¬ ciety; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 RICHARD G. AREGLADO School: Lewis Ambition: To be successful College: Annapolis Academy Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors : Science Club; Band 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieut., Band; Baseball 3; Football Letter Man 3; Track Letter Man 4; Tennis 1. ANTHONY AVERS ANO School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Air Force, Edu¬ cation in Air Force. Hobbies: Football, Basket¬ ball, Boxing Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Military Comm. 1st Ser¬ geant ; Basketball 3 DAVID A. BAILEY School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling, Ice Skat¬ ing, Football Honors: M3; Science Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4 NICHOLAS G. BARTOLUCCI School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s School of Accounting and Finance Hobbies: Stamp Collecting GREGORY L. BASILLIO School: Donald McKay Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers, Boston Hobbies: Swimming, Danc¬ ing, Cars Honors: Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 2nd Lieut.; Track Letter Man 2, 4 MARTIN A. BARROLL School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High Ambition: Public Relations or Social Work College: Boston University Hobbies: YMCU, Gymna¬ sium, Roller Skating, Traveling, Cars Honors: A, H.W. 2; A, Eng. 2; A, H.M. 3; A, H.A. 1; Lawrence Prize, H. W. and H. M.; Discussion Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; M. S. Club, 3, 4; Track, Cross Country 3; U. N. of Harvard 2; Gov¬ ernor’s Youth Confer¬ ence 4 ROBERT F. BELMORE School: Tech. High Ambition: Plumber College: Northeastern Hobbies: Oil Painting, Fish¬ ing, Model Building Honors: Patrol 4; Drill Team 4; Manual Arms Winner 3 ; Military Comm. 1st Serg. RONALD BERKOWITZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accountant College: Burdett Hobbies: Stamps, Football, Tropical Fish Honors: Lawrence Prize MD1 3rd year; Junior Achievement Senior Year JOHN K. BENJAMINS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Chemical Engi¬ neer College : Northeastern Hobbies : Skiing, Fishing Honors: Math, English, French, PS. 3; Military Comm. 2nd Lieutenant FREDERICK K. BERMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: School Teacher College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars, Model Trains, Stamps Honors: Health; Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 2, 3, 4 ALLAN H. BERGER School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High Ambition: Engineer College: University of Southern California Hobbies: Fishing, Model Railroading, Drawing Honors: “A” in subject: Ml, M3; DM1; Nat. Honor Society 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3; Science Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 4; Track 3, 4 CHARLES N. BESHWATY School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley School of Accounting ' Hobbies: Fishing Honors: Baseball 2; Foot¬ ball 2, 3 FRANCIS C. BELMONTE School: Joseph H, Barnes Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Sketching Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councilor 4; Track 3 AUBIE G. BERGER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Photog¬ raphy Honors: Glee Club 4; Pa¬ trol 2; Campaign Man¬ ager; Senior Class Elec¬ tion Representative CHARLES W. BOWKER School: Boston Latin Ambition: Medicine College: Tufts Hobbies: Football, Sailing, Animals Honors: Football 3; Track 2; Crew 2 ALLAN BRILLIANT School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Electrical or Electronic Engineer College : Northeastern or University of Mass. Hobbies: Building Models, Stamp Collecting, Cars, Fishing Honors: M2; Honor Roll 2; Science Club 4; Track 2 DAVID M. BRODIE School: R. G. Shaw School Ambition: Lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Automotives, Sports ALLAN M. BRODSKY School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an ac¬ countant j College: Northeastern ! Hobbies: Chess, Stamps, Baseball, Basketball Honors: German 1,M2, F2, Health; Chess Club for 3 ' years; Room Councilor 2; Room Athletic Councilor 3 VINCENT J. BLANDINI School: Sacred Heart Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers, Boston Hobbies: Swimming, Hand Crafts Honors: Glee Club 2, 3, 4 RONALD S. BIGGAR School: Boston Latin Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Track Honors: Honor Roll 4; Band 1; 2nd Lieut; Track Letter 4; Cross Country Letter 4 STEPHEN P. BORNSTEIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Certified Public Accountant. College: Bentley’s School of Accounting Hobbies: Tropical Fish, Automobiles Honors: Bookkeeping, Bus¬ iness Law; Lawrence Prize BKI; Business-Man¬ ager of Record; Cafe¬ teria Cashier; Activities Fund Collector HOWARD C. BOURDON, JR. School: Woodrow Wilson Junior High Ambition: Salesman for a large corporation College : Coast Guard Hobbies: Yachting, Skiing, Bowling Honors: Drum and Bugkf 3; Military Comm., 1st Lieu¬ tenant V GEORGE T. BROPHY School: Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize, Civics ’55; Yearbook Staff; Record Staff; Band 3; Baseball 3; Football 3 IRWIN H. BROWN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineering College : Northeastern Hobbies: Writing Songs, Playing Piano Honors: Yearbook Staff Song Com.; Glee Club 3; Patrol 1; Room Coun¬ cilor 1 OWEN BROWN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Bio-Chemist College : Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Wood¬ working, Painting Honors: Science Club; Health Room Corps 2; Track 2 FRANK C. BUSH School: Sherwin Ambition: Electronics Tech¬ nician College: Wentworth In¬ stitute Hobbies: Football, Drum¬ ming, Dancing, Electricity Honors: A. History 1; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2nd year (Soph.) ; Military Comm. Captain (of Drum and Bugle Corps); Track 1, 4 CHARLES K. BUTLER School: Mission Church High Ambition: To be a success College : Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors: Hockey 3, 4; Golf 3, 4 ROBERT J. CACICI School: Michelangelo Hobbies.: Sports EDWARD T. CAHAN School: R. G. Shaw Junior High Ambition: Business Execu¬ tive Hobbies: Sports, Drumming LAWRENCE A. CAMPANELLA School: W. M. Blackstone Junior High College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Pho¬ tography Honors: Honor- Roll 3; Camera 4 JOHN F. CAMPO School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Businessman Hobbies: Records, Stamps, ROLAND W. CAMPBELL School: Wm. H. Taft Ambition: Europe Hobbies: Chemistry, French language, Biology Honors: D2, B2; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol; Track 3 MATTHEW J. CARINO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Photography Honors: Camera Club 4 JAMES A. CANGEMI School: Michelangelo Ambition: Buyer Hobbies: Collecting Coins Sports JOHN P. CELLI School: Washington Irving Hobbies: Automobiles, Sports RICHARD L. CARLETON School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Photographer College: Northeastern Univ. Hobbies: Photography Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL H. CAROLINE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Automotive De¬ signer College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Designing Honors: Honor Roll 2 EUGENE F. CASEY School: Clarence R. Ed wards Ambition: Naval Engineer College: Coast Guard Acad emy Hobbies: Sea Explorers, Stamps Honors: Fidelity Prize 3 Military Science Club 3 FRANCIS X. CHALMERS School: St. Angela Hobbies: Sports Honors: Patrol Lunchroom 4; Drum and Bugle 1 LINCOLN D. CHANDLER School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Architecture College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports H onors: Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club; Music Apprecia¬ tion Club; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Football 3, 4 (2 years let¬ ter man); Track 2, 3, 4 (letter man) STANLEY H. CHASE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Physician College: Harvard Hobbies: Biology, Micros¬ copy, Gymnastics, Sports Honors: Biology 2; P3 3; H.M. 3; M3 3; FI 3; Lawrence Prize Health 2; Record Staff 4; Discus¬ sion Club 2, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Forum Club 2, 3, 4; E.PLS. Represen¬ tative to NATO Confer¬ ence in Boston; Military Comm., Captain GERALD CHASKELSON School: Boston Latin Ambition: Dentist College: Norwich Univer¬ sity Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Honors: Science Club; German Club, Highway Safety Club, Modem History Club; junior Achievement 3, 4; Track 1 , 2 LEE P. CHERENSON School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Salesman College: Boston University Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Sports CHESTER G. CHIN School: Rice Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Health 1; Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councilor 2; Boys’ State Representative JOHN J. CHIZAUSKAS School; Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Biologist College: Boston College Hobbies: Fishing, all Sports, C. Y. O. Honors: Health 2; M2; P3; Biology 2; M3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 3 PAUL V. CIAVARRA School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Designer College: Rhode Island School of Design Hobbies: Sports, Music, C. Y. O. Honors: Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Camera Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Military Comm., Captain ALTON L. CIRIELLO School: St. Lazarus Ambition: Engineer College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music Honors: B(2) M(l) TP(2) Civic (1); Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Room Councilor 1 DAVID COHEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cards Honors: Honor Roll 1; His¬ tory Club PAUL G. CLANCY School: Gate of Heaven Ambition: Businessman College: Stonehill Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music Honors: Room Athletic Councilor 3; Football 2, 3; Track 2 ELIOT H. COHEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Writer College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Recording, Swim¬ ming, AZA WARREN J. CLAYMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Chess, Stamp Col¬ lecting Honors: E(2) Health G; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize 2; Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 4 PETER COHEN School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be successful and happy College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Baseball, Sports, Music Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 BERNARD L. COHEN School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Psychologist College: Boston University Hobbies: Fire Arms, Car¬ tridge Collecting Honors: Science Club 3; Discussion Club 2 CHARLES COLBURN School: Wm. Barton Rogers Ambition: C. P. A. College: B. U. Hobbies: Cars Honors: Patrol 1 JAMES R. COLLINS School : W. H. Taft Ambition: Business Enter¬ prise Hobbies: Sports, Books Honors: Military Science Club; Patrol; Track 3 GERARD T. CONROY School: Silver Lake Re¬ gional H. S. Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling Honors: BK1; Honor Roll 3; Patrol 4 PAUL M. CORAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Radio Technician College: Boston University Hobbies: Hi-Fi Honors: Band 4; Military Comm.; Track 3 ROBERT J. CORCORAN School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success College: Prep School Hobbies: Sports Honors: Track Letter Man 3, 4 College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Music, Stamp Collecting, Weight Lift¬ ing Honors: E3 (3) F2 (3) G1 (3) M.S.P.S.; Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize G1 3; Military Science Club 3; Music Apprecia¬ tion Club 3; Patrol 4; Room Councilor 4; Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Track 111 WILLIAM H. CONDON School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Businessman Hobbies: Hunting, Skiing, Swimming JOHN G. CONGDON School: St. Patrick’s RICHARD F. CORMIER School: W. B. Rodgers Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Hobbies: Electronics Honors: Physics, E3c; Fi¬ delity Prize 1; Radio Club 1; Science Club 2; Room Councilor 1; Foot¬ ball 1; Crew 1; Junior Achievement 1; Science Fair School: B. L. S. Ambition: Teacher College: Springfield College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Glee Club 3; Track 2, 3 WILLIAM H. CONNOR RONALD J. CUNEO School: St. Matthews Ambition: Success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 JOSEPH F. CURNANE School: Donald McKay Jr. High Ambition: Pilot Hobbies: Cars Honors: Patrol 3; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Mil¬ itary Comm. 3; Track 3 LEO T. CURRAN School: Msgr. Patterson Hobbies: Football, Basket¬ ball Honors: Junior Achieve¬ ment 2; Patrol 3, Room Athletic Councilor 2; Military Comm. 4; Track 2, 3, 4 ANTONIO G. COSENTINO School: Donald McKay Junior Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Swimming, Sing¬ ing Honors: E2c, M2, FI, 13, He, E3c, M3, F2; Honor Roll 3, 4, 5; Lawrence Prize FI, 13; President of Glee Club; Office Aide Mr. Falvey’s Office; Room Councilor Grade 3; Mem¬ ber of Swimming Team; Military Comm., 2nd Lieut; Track 2 School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Photography, Bowling Honors: Track Asst. Man¬ ager; Trick Drill Team JOHN J: CRONIN School: R. G. Shaw Junior High Ambition: Forestry College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Shooting, Skin diving Honors: Military Science Club 3, 4 ARTHUR R. CURTIS School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: Artist College: Yale Hobbies: Rowing, Motor¬ cycling Honors: Dl-2; D2-3; Law¬ rence Prize D2-3; Crew L 2 HERBERT S. COVER School: Christopher Co¬ lumbus College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize Italian 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Health Room Corps 4; Room Councillor 4; Alumni Committee; Mili¬ tary Comm., Sergeant, 3, 4; Track 3 HENRY P. CULLERTON STEVEN H. CURTIS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Succeed College : Harvard Hobbies: Stamps, Science Honors: Camera Club 4 RICHARD A. DALEY School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Electronics College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Chess, Science Honors: E2c, M2, M3, Health, LI, F3, DM, PC, XI; Lawrence Prize E2c 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Rec¬ ord Staff 4; Science Club 4; Junior Achievement Club 4; Patrol Lunch 4; Military Comm., Lieu¬ tenant 4 ROBERT W. DALEY School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. S. Ambition: Aeronautics College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Cars, Archery Honors: M2, E2, F3, LI, MS, PE, X, HE; Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Achievement (attendance) ; Good Pos¬ ture Award 2 BARRY DANA School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston Teachers College Hobbies: Basketball, Base¬ ball, Bowling, Sports Honors: P.E. X H.E. Year¬ book Staff 4; Office Aide 2 (attendance); Room Athletic Councilor 2 STEPHEN W. DANIELS School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Naval Officer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Trick Drill Team JAMES W. DAVIS School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Businessman Hobbies: Basketball PHILIP J. DAVIS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Veterinarian College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Collecting Stamps, Coins, Post Cards and Raising Animals Honors : Lawrence Prize Biology 3; Military Sci¬ ence Club 2,3,4; Library Corps 2, 3, 4 JOSEPH T. DE CHRISTOFARO School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Sports Honors: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Military Comm., Sergeant PHILIP D. DE PETRO School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Drawing, Music Honors: Office Aide Col¬ lector Attendance 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3, 4; Lunchroom Worker 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM F. DEE School: Nazareth Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Handball, Weight¬ lifting, Skating Honors: Honor Roll 1, 3; Military Comm. Officer 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3; Chair¬ man, Alumni Comm. 4 ANTHONY V. DE PALMA School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mass Hobbies: Soccer, Bowlini Honors: 2 E2, Gl, L2, MS 1, 3 E3, L3, P3, G2 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Law rence Prize 2 L2, 3 L3 G2; Military Science Clul JOHN A. DELLATTO School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Horseback Riding Honors: Lawrence Prize E3 JOSEPH A. DE SARIO School: Wm. E. Russell Ambition: Radio and Tele¬ vision Technician Hobbies: Drum and Bugle Corps RICHARD T. DE STEFANO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hockey, Pool, Bowling Honors: Room Councilor 3 JAMES J. DE LUCA School: William E. Russell Ambition: Grade School Teacher College: State Teachers at Boston Hobbies: Bowling, Dancing, Basketball Honors: Fidelity Prize JOHN A. DE MARCO School: William Blackstone Ambition: Biologist College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Basketball, Base¬ ball ■ » CHARLES M. DIAMOND School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition : Electrical Engi¬ neer College : M. I. T. Hobbies: Electronics, Radio, High Fidelity Honors: “A” Star Geome¬ try, Physics A-M2, M3, P3; Yearbook Staff 4; Radio Club 2; Camera Club 2; Science Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Pres, of Science Club 4; Tennis 4; Mass. Science Fair Award, Science Grant Award 3; First Prize E. H. S. Science Fair 3 PHILIP R. DIONISI School: Donald McKay Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Weightlifting Honors: Track THEODORE L. DIAMOND School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Hockey, Chess, Stamps Honors: Track, Cross Country CHARLES I. DOCKETT School: Dearborn Ambition: Athletic Coach College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Art, Vio¬ lin, Voice Honors: Glee Club 1, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councilor 1; Orchestra 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4 ALFRED J. DI MASCIO School: St. Anthony Ambition: Accountant College: Service ROBERT J. DOUCHIS School: William Barton Rogers Junior High Ambition: Electronics Re¬ search College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Fishing, Bowling Honors: He, E2C, X, Pe, C4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Radio Club 2; Science Club 3, 4; Military Comm., Ser¬ geant 3, 1st Lieutenant 4 PHILIP A. DI MATTIA School: Michelangelo Jun¬ ior High Ambition: Doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: C.Y.O. Activities Honors: Honor Roll 1; Science Club; Military Comm., 2nd Lt.; Track; Shot-Put EDWARD P. DOYLE School: Boston Latin (Freshman) Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Drawing, Danc¬ ing, Ice Skating Honors: Band 1; Baseball 3; Individual Manual of Arms Winner JOHN J. DUGGAN School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Teacher College: Boston Teachers College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Military Comm., Lieutenant 4; Football 3,4 GEORGE W. DUNDERDALE School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: Coast Guard En¬ gineer College: U. S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Sports Honors: Health 1; Mili¬ tary Science Club 3, 4; Patrol 4; Library Corps 4; Drug and Bugle 2; Military Comm. 4; Foot¬ ball 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; 1959 Captain Swimming Team WILLIAM T. DWYER School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Teacher College: Stonehill Hobbies: Sports JOHN J. EATON Ambition: Air Force Hobbies: Baseball, Basket¬ ball Honors: World History 3; Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3 NORMAN G. EPSTEIN School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps, Coins SUMNER EPSTEIN School: Wm. Blackstone School Ambition: Electrical Engi¬ neer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Bowling, Basket¬ ball LEONARD M. ERLICHMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Bowling Honors: Gym; Drill; Mech. Drawing; Yearbook Staff 1; Science Club 1; Junior Achievement Club 1; Pa¬ trol 1; Military Comm. 1 ROBERT C. ERNST School: Boston Latin Hobbies: Sailing, Water Skiing Honors: Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4; Record Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2; Room Councilor 1; Room Ath¬ letic Councilor 2; Class Office Sec. Treas. 1; Crew 1, 2, 3, 4: Sailing 1 , 2 mmmm. THOMAS R. EVANGELOU School: Wm. E. Russell Ambition: College College: Tufts University Hobbies: Photography Honors: Fidelity Prize 2 STEPHEN J. FALLON School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Insti¬ tute Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Honors: Room Councilor 3, 4; Class Office, President; Military Comm. 4; Track 2, 3, 4 FRANK E. FALVEY School: Francis Parkman College: West Virginia Wes¬ leyan Hobbies: Working with church youth groups Honors: Pres. Discussion Club 1, 2, 3; Forum Club 1, 2, 3; Patrol 1; Health Room Corps 1; Room Councilor 3, 4; Yearbook Com.; Military Comm. 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4 ROBERT A. FANTASIA School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: A teacher College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Baseball, Boxing Honors: Yearbook Staff 1; Aviation Club 1; Track 4 HAROLD FELDBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Wentworth Insti¬ tute Hobbies: Sports Honors: Patrol 1; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. 4 BARRY J. FELDMAN School: Latin Ambition: Engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Boat Racing Honors: Science Club 1; Crew 2, 3 FRANK K. FERNANDEZ School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps and Coins Honors: Highway Safety Club 2; Science Fiction Club 2 PETER F. FIALKA School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Officer in Mer¬ chant Marine College: Kings Point Acad¬ emy Honors: Gl, G2, G3 (A in Gl); Lawrence Prize Gl; Camera Club 1; Track; Cross Country 2; Indoor Track 1; Outdoor Track 2 ALAN D. FISHER School: Edison School College : U. of Mass. Hobbies : Baseball, Basket¬ ball Honors: Room Athletic Councilor 3 RICHARD A. FISHMAN School: Boston Latin College: Brandeis Hobbies: Drawing, Swim¬ ming Honors: Art 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, Art 3; Military Science Club 2, 3; Trick Drill Team Club 1, 2, 3; Military Comm.: Crew 2 JOEL FINKELSTEIN School: B. L. S. Ambition: Insurance Broker College: Boston University Hobbies: Coins Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Military Science Club; Military Comm. 2nd Lt. ERNEST D. FINER Ambition: Artist College: Museum School of Art Hobbies: Art Honors: Military Science Club 3; Military Comm. 1; 3 year scholarship to the Museum of Fine Arts JOHN J. FITZGERALD School: Washington Irving Hobbies: Cars WILLIAM F. FLEMING School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Success Hobbies: Stamps, Swim¬ ming SIDNEY FISKEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Businessman College: U. of Massachu¬ setts Hobbies: Dancing, Sports PAUL E. FLYNN School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Success College: Kings Point or Northeastern Hobbies: Art, Sports fflps, 1 WILLIAM R. FLYNN School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Success College: Museum School of Art Hobbies: Art Honors: A three year schol¬ arship to the Museum of Fine Arts FRANCIS X. FOLEY, JR. School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Air Force Pilot Hobbies: Guns, Archery Honors: Color Guard 4 RICHARD FORMAN School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps Honors: Yearbook Staff 1; Forum Club 1; Crew 2, 3 FRANK N. FRATTAROLI School: St. Ambrose Ambition: Business College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Dancing LEO M. FRAWLEY School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Creative Work College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Autcr Mechanics, Sports JOEL L. FRIEDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Aeronautical En¬ gineer College : East Coast Aero Tech Hobbies Stamps Honors: Military Science Club 2; Patrol 4 JAMES V. FROIO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Success Hobbies: Basketball, Foot¬ ball Honors: Spanish 3 PAUL E. GAGNON School: Grover Cleveland Honors: Drill Team; Drum and Bugle 2 ROBERT G. GARVEY School: Wm. Barton Rogers Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Patrol 4; Office Aide 3, 4; E. H. S. Dri” Team 4 MURRY H. GARVIN School: P. T. Campbell College: Northeastern Hobbies: Track, Baseball Honors: Track 2, 3, 4 FREDERICK L. GATES School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: College College: Howard University Hobbies: Basketball Honors: Room Athletic Councilor 3; Band 3; Baseball 3; Basketball 3; Football 3 ALVIN GERSIN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Physician College: Tufts Hobbies: Art, Reading Honors: Yearbook Staff 3,4 WILLIAM A. GALLAGHER School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Mechanical Engineer Hobbies: Cars Honors: Forum Club 3; Drill Team 1, 2 MARTIN F. GALVIN, JR. School: Boston Trade Annex Ambition ' . Electrical Engineer College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Coins Honors: Swimming 1; Crew 1 School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Military Comm. 3, 4 THOMAS F. GALVIN Hobbies: Sports Cars RICHARD J. GANEM School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Junior High Ambition: Businessman VINCENT E. GIARDINI School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Aviation Mechanic Hobbies: Cars, Engines CHARLES H. GIBBONS School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Teaching College: State Teachers Hobbies: Yachting, Fishing Honors:. Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 3, 4; Corridor Pa¬ trol 3, 4; Lunch Room Patrol 4; Brigade Staff 3; Trick Drill Team 4; Military Comm. 4 ALLEN S. GILMAN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, Genealogy Honors: Discussion Club 4 CHARLES H. GILMOR School: Haverhill H. S. Ambition: Naval Architec¬ ture and Marine Engi¬ neering College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Radio, Stamps Honors: Math 2; Honor Roll 2; Forum Club 2; Radio Club 2; Patrol 3,4; Office Aide 4; Switch- Board 4; Military Comm. Captain; Crew 2, 3; Sail¬ ing 3, 4 CHARLES J. GIORDANO School: Donald McKay Junior High Ambition: Artist College: Art College Hobbies: Art, Dancing Honors: Art 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4 KENNETH W. GLOWACKI School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Airplanes Honors: Health 2; Glee Club 4; Color Guard Club 4; Worked in Key Room 2 NORMAN J. GOLDBERG Ambition: Journalist College: U. of Massachu¬ setts Hobbies: Roller Skating, Photography Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Health Room Corps 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4 WILLIAM F. GOLDEN School: Boston Latin Ambition: An education College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports Honors: Record Staff Sports Writer; Hockey 3; Tennis 4 STEPHEN M. GOLDING School: Thomas A. Edison Junior High School Ambition: Businessman College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Basketball, Base¬ ball ALVIN C. GOLDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: College, Officer’s Training, Navy College: Northeastern Hobbies: Music, Baseball Honors: Camera Club 4; Patrol 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 1st Lieut. BARRY P. GOLDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Stamps, Music Honors: Patrol 3; Football Mgr. 4; Tennis 2, 3; Crew 2; Room Councilor 2, 3; Alumni Comm. 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4 MYRON W. GOLDMAN School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Teaching College: Harvard University Hobbies: Chess, Sports Honors: Math. 2, 3; Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Discussion Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4 PATRICK J. GRADY School: St. Matthew School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Univ. Hobbies: Photography Honors: Lawrence Prize 3 JOSEPH A. GOODWATER School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Geology College: University of Pennsylvania Hobbies: Track, Stamps Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; YMCA Club 3; Music Club 3; Drum and Bugle 2; Track 2, 3, 4 STEVEN B. GOPEN School: Thompson Academy Hobbies: Radio, Photography Honors: Science Club 4; Camera Club 3; Discus¬ sion Club 4; Forum Club 4; Chess Club 4 SAMUEL J. GORVINE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Brandeis Hobbies: Chess, Fishing Honors: W. Hist. 3; French 2; Math. 3; Health; Lawrence Prize History 3; Vice-Pres. Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 1st Sergeant; Chess Team 3, 4 BARTON H. GRAHAM School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Psychiatric So¬ cial Worker College: Howard University Hobbies: Music, Athletics Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 2, 3, 4; Pa¬ trol 3, 4; Room Coun¬ cilor 2; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3, 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 4 2nd Lieut; Football 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Secretary of English High Athletic Association; Co-Capt. Track Team; English High Delegation to United Nations 3; Regimental double winner 100 yard Dash and High Jump NATHANIEL A. GRAHAM School: Henry Lee Higgin- son Ambition: Optometrist College: Howard University Hobbies: Drumming, Track Honors: Record Staff 4, wrote a story; Band 3, 4; Track 3 ROBERT E GRAMER School: Holy Trinity Ambition: Lawyer College : Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Honor Roll 4; Song Committee Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 THOMAS E. GRANEY Scnool: Patrick F. Gav ' n Ambition: Meteorol ' Hobbies: Sports, Yaw. Honors: Basketball 2 CHARLES R. GRASSO School: St. Joseph College: Clerical School Hobbies: Sports, Cars JOHN P. GREEN School: E. P. Seaver College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, Football Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Science Club 4; Military Science Club 4; Military Comm. 4 WILLIAM J. GREEN School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Chemist College: Wentworth Hobbies: Billiards, Music ROBERT J. GREENFIELD School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Journalist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports JOHN A. GRINDAL School : Latin Ambition: Doctor College : Boston College Hobbies: Acting, Dancing Honors: Honor Roll 3; Forum Club 2; Patrol 4 ROBERT M. HADDAD School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Go to college College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honors: Patrol 3 ROBERT C. GRINNELL School: Mary E. Curley Hobbies: Sports, Cars DAVID W. HALEY School: Curley Jr. High Ambition: Advertising College: Boston University Hobbies: Writing, Illustra¬ tion Honors: Yearbook Editor- in-Chief; Record Staff 2, 3, Associate Editor 4; Radio Club 2; Science Club 3; Class Office Year¬ book Committee; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Foot¬ ball Program Editor JOSEPH F. GUIDO School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: College College : Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honors: Two years at J. A. 2, 3; both years treasurer of company JOHN F. HAMLIN School: Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councilor 2; Song Committee 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieutenant 4; •Yearbook Associate Editor ABRAHAM W. HADDAD School: Boston Latin Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, Baseball Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Radio Club 2; ' Patrol 4; Class Office Executive Comm. 4; Military Comm. Captain 4; Crew (letter) 3; Junior Achievement 4 JOHN C. HANNA WAY School: St. Patrick’s, Roxbury Ambition: Music Teacher College: N. E. Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Stamps Honors: Glee Club 2, 3, 4 JOHN J. HARAN School : W. Wilson Ambition: Pro Football Player College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Sports Honors: Track 2 DONALD E. HARKE School: Boston Latin School Ambition : Lawyer College: Univ. of Pennsyl¬ vania Hobbies: Basketball, Swim¬ ming JAMES M. HARRIS, JR. School: Sherwin Ambition: Chpmist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Airplanes, Boats SYDNEY L. HARRIS School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports, Music and Books Honors: Camera Club; Drill Team 4 Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3; Forum Club 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3,4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieut. LEONARD S. HARTOG School: S. Lewenberg Ambition: Army Military Police Hobbies: Combat Models Honors: Military Science Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Military Comm. 4; Track 2 JOHN E. HENDERSON School: Gavin Junior High, South Boston Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s, North¬ eastern Hobbies: Hockey, Music, Dances Honors: E2C, F2, PS, HW, BK1; Glee Club 1; Junior Achievement Club 1; Pa¬ trol — Lunch Room 1; Lunch Room Helper 1; Hockey 4 FRANCIS T. HENNIGAN School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: To be a success College: B. U. Hobbies: Music Honors: History Club 2, 3; Forum Club 2, 3; Room Councilor 1; Track 2; Tennis 1; Lunch Patrol KEVIN B. HIGGINS School: Mary Curley College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports RICHARD S. HOFFMAN School : O. W. H. Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers College Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Golf, Tennis, Stamps Honors: Office Aide 3; Room Councilor 2; Drum and Bugle 2; Military Comm. 4; Golf 2, 3, 4 PAUL C. HOWELL School: Patrick T. Campbell College: Harvard Hobbies: Music, Art, Theatre Honors: Undergraduate Scholarship N.H.S.; Har¬ vard Book; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize M2; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Year¬ book Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Orchestra BPSSO 1, 2, 3, 4; Crew 2, 3 GENNARO J. IACUZIO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Music, Cars, Dancing Honors: Patrol 2; Lunch Room Helper; Track 2 NORMAN M. HOLCOMB School: Eastern Military Academy Ambition: Jet Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Electronics, Auto¬ mobiles LEO JAMES HORGAN School: Washington Irving College: Boston College Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3, 4; Military Comm., Sgt. of Comp. Com.; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4 (capt.); Vice-President of Room Captains Prom Committee GEORGE K. HYNES School: B. L. S. Ambition: Air Force Acad¬ emy College: Boston College Hobbies: Sailing, Girls Honors: Patrol 4; Room Councilor 3; Alumni Com¬ mittee 4; Red Cross Representative; Military Comm. 4 THOMAS M. HUGHES School: B. C. H. S. Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern DANIEL J. HURLEY School: B. L. S. Ambition: To be happy College: Bowdoin Hobbies: People Honors: Physics 3; Year¬ book Staff 4; Patrol 4; Military Comm. 4; Track 3, 4 ANTHONY S. INDINGARO School: Fitton College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Fidelity Prize 2 RONALD E. IRVINE School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Success College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Baseball 3, 4; Track 2 STANLEY W. J. JACKIEWICZ School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: Chemist College : Boston College Hobbies: Ancient History FREDERICK H. JACKSON School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Met. Opera College: Boston University Hobbies: Painting Honors: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3; Room Councilor 4; Military Comm. 4; Drill Team 3, 4 WILLIAM A. JACKSON School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: A success in life College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Bowl¬ ing, Basketball Honors: Typing; Camera Club 4; Military Comm. Lieut. 4; Track 2 CLARENCE E. JEFFREYS School: Sherwin Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Weightlifting, Dancing GEORGE H. JOHNSON School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors: Chess Club 3; Room Councilor 2 ARTHUR C. JONES School: Cathedral High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Teachers College Hobbies: Record and Stamp Collecting Honors: Discussion Club 3, 4; Military Comm. 4; Hockey 4 DAVID L. KALIB School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Geologist College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts, B. U. Hobbies: Music, Cars, Sports Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Military Science Club 2, 3 ROBERT J. KALIL School: Rice School Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Hobbies: Bentley’s Baseball Honors: BK2, E3, TP; Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 4; Military Comm. Lieut. 4; Baseball 3 PHILIP S. KALLAN School: Martin School Ambition: Priest College: Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary Hobbies: Sing, Read, and Clubs Honors: Music Appreciation Club 2; Discussion Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Room Councilor 1, 2 ALBERT R. KASSATLY School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Gl; Discussion Club 3, 4; Military Sci¬ ence Club 3; Patrol 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 4; Football 4; Track 4 JAMES J. KATZ School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Dancing, Basket¬ ball Honors: Variety Show; Pa¬ trol Lunch Room RICHARD A. KATZE School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars VINCENT T. JONES, J R . School: Grover Cleveland Junior High School Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Photography Honors: Military Comm. 4 ALLEN M. KARCHMER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Honors: Eng. 2; Math. 2; Physics 3; Honor Roll 2 ‘ T Military Comm. 4; Drill Team 4; Picture Comm. 4; Junior Achievement 3,4 LEONARD E. KAUFMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Weightlifting, Fishing Honors: Honor Roll 3; Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Crew — Spring 3 THOMAS B. KELLEY School: William E. Russell Ambition: Business Advisor College: Boston University Honors: Military Comm. Adm. Off. THOMAS J. KELLEY School: Our Lady of Lourdes J. P. Ambition: Success College: Boston University ' Hobbies: Weightlifting, Sports Honors: Discussion Club 4; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2 GEORGE T. KELLY School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Model Planes AUSTIN W. KENNEDY School: William E. Russell Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Dancing, Roller Skating DONALD T. KENNEDY School: Prince Ambition: To be a success College : Bpston College Hobbies: Dancing, Swim¬ ming, Sports and Girls Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 1st Lieuten¬ ant 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; TYack 1 , 2 MAURICE E. KENNEDY School: Magn Patterson Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Basketball, Base ' ball LAURENCE J. KEOUGH School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: Room Councilor 1 ROBERT J. KILDUFF School: Blessed Sacrament Grammar Ambition : Medicine College: Boston University Hobbies: Water Sports Honors: Fidelity Prize 3; Discussion Club 4; Forum Club 3, 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Switchboard 4; Military Comm. 4 JEFFREY G. KLIMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a Veter¬ inarian College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Ice Skating, Sing¬ ing, Records, Swimming Honors: HE-A 2; E3C-A 3; Trick Drill Team 4; Lunch Patrol 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieut. 4 JAMES E. KILLIAN School: B. L. S. Ambition: Naval Officer College: Annapolis Hobbies: Guitar, Horses Honors: Honor Roll 3; Trick Drill Team 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Office Aide 1, 2; Library Corps 4; Military Comm. 4; Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain ’59 team; ’59 Representative to N, A. T. O. Conference; ’58 Representative to Rotary Club KENNETH J. KIRIACOPOULOS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Naval Academy Hobbies: Sports, Weight¬ lifting Honors: Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Football 2, 3, 4 (co-cap¬ tain); Track 2, 3, 4 GERALD P. KOREY School: B. L. S. Ambition: Medicine College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Singing, Piano, Wrestling, Meteorolog y, Sports Honors: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Science Club 1, 2; Bowling Club 1, 2; Military Comm. Lieuten¬ ant; Hockey 2; Manual of Arms Winner Military Drill 1957 RICHARD J. KRUSZ School: Boston Latin Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports (Football, Baseball, Hockey) Honors: Drum and Bugle 2; Track 2, 3 THEODORE KOUFOS School: Dwight School Ambition: Priesthood College: Holy Cross Sem¬ inary Hobbies: Music, Art, Lan¬ guages, Reading Honors: Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 2; Record Staff 2; Forum Club; Linoleum Club; Special Art Club; Patrol 1; Mili¬ tary Comm. Capt. 4 EDWIN A. KOUFOS School: Dwight School Ambition: Priesthood College: Holy Cross Sem¬ inary Hobbies: Art, History, Music Honors: Art 12W; Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. RICHARD A. KULAS School : St. Peter’s Ambition : To work for Bos¬ ton Edison or Telephone Hobbies: Model Railroad¬ ing, Baseball Honors: Honor Roll 3; Military Comm. 1st Lieu¬ tenant 4 HAROLD M. KURITZ School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor College : Brandeis Hobbies: Stamps, Sports Honors: Math and French 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Cam¬ era Club 3, 4; Science Club; Glee Club 3, 4; Social Science Club 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Mili¬ tary Comm. First Lieu¬ tenant 4 PAUL H. KUZIA School: William Barton Rogers Junior High Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Wentworth Hobbies: Hockey, Basket¬ ball Honors : Lunchroom Patrol 4 PHILIP P. LAFOND School: St. Joseph’s, Roxbury Ambition: Priesthood College: St. John’s Seminary Hobbies: Auto Mechanics, Hi-Fi Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Track 3, 4 (Mgr.) RALPH A. LA MATTINA School: Dearborn Ambition: To succeed in life Hobbies: Sports Honors: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3 LAWRENCE A. LA MONICA School: Sacred Heart, East Boston Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Cars Honors: Lawrence Prize 3; Room Councilor 3; Track 2 ROBERT B. LAMPELL School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Business Admin¬ istration College: University.of Mass. Hobbies: Sports Honors: Military Comm. Lieutenant 4; Crew Team 2 RICHARD J. LA QUAGLIA School: St. John’s High School Ambition: Priest Hobbies: Railroading Honors: Patrol 4; Military Comm. 4 CHARLES LA ROSA School: Blackstone Ambition: Astronautical Engineer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Wrestling, Mathe¬ matics Honors: Math 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team Club 3 JOHN F. LA SPINA School: St. Joseph’s School Ambition: To succeed in life College: Wentworth Hobbies: Sports Honors: English 2; Room Councilor 2; Drum and Bugle 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2 SALVATORE J. LAURETANO School: St. Anthony’s School Ambition: Air Force Honors: Honor Roll 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 3 ALLEN D. LAVANCHY School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Success College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Crew Honors: Military Science Club 2; Military Comm. 2nd Lieutenant 4; Mem¬ ber of Crew Team 3 LAWRENCE M. LAWLOR School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Scientist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honors: DM2; Honor Roll 4; Science Club 4; Patrol 4; Military Comm. 4 WINSTON E. LAYNE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Airlines Pilot Hobbies: Model Airplanes Honors: Camera Club 4; Military Science Club 3; Patrol 4; Military Comm. 4; Track 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3,4 SHOON H. LEE School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Honors: First Undergradu¬ ate Scholarship 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 3; National Honor Society 3 ROBERT H. LEIGH School: Washington, Allston; B. L. S. Ambition: Aeronautical En¬ gineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Model Railroad¬ ing, Drawing Honors: Honor Roll 4; Cap¬ tain Color Guard 4 CHARLES P. LESSA School : Parkman Ambition : Lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, Stamp Collecting Honors: HW 3; MI 3; Science Club 4; Patrol 4; Golf 3 DA TD S. LEVENSON School: Boston Latin College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Theatre Honors: Yearbook Staff 4 (Associate Editor); Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Boston Public School Symphony Band 3; Military Comm. First Lieut. 4; Track 2, 3; Manual of Arms Win¬ ner 2; Representative to Governor’s Youth Confer¬ ence THOMAS J. LEVINS School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: School Teacher College: State Teachers College Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Books Honors: Physical Science; Honor Roil 3; Science Club 3 ROBERT A. LINTON School: William Barton Rogers Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Honors: Fidelity Prize 3 MICHAEL B. LOGAN School: Patrick F. Gavin Junior High Ambition: A teacher College: Northeastern, Bos¬ ton Teachers College Honors: Military Science Club 1; Orchestra 1; Drum and Bugle 4; Base¬ ball 1; Basketball 2; Track 2 FRANK G. LUND School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: State Trooper, Registry College: State Police Academy Hobbies: Tape Recording, Custom Cars Honors: Nat. Honor Society; Honor Roll 3; Law¬ rence Prize 2, 3, 4; Trick Drill Team 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Switchboard 2, 3, 4; Mili¬ tary Comm., 4 PATRICK T. LUONGO School: B. Latin Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, Water Skiing Honors: Camera Club 3; Patrol 1; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Band 4; Orchestra 2; Baseball 3 EDWARD LUPO School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Architectural En¬ gineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sailing, Weight¬ lifting Honors: Mechanical Draw¬ ing; Honor Roll 2, 3; Military Science Club; Science Club; Varsity Club; Military Comm. Sgt, Captain; Track — 2 letters EDWARD M. LURIE School: Boston I.atin College : Northeastern Hobbies : Bowling Honors: HE, F2: Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Military Comm. Corporal 4 CHARLES R. McCarthy School: P. T. Campbell College: Teachers Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Baseball Candidate 4; Basketball Candidate 4 DAVID M. MacDONALD School: J.H.S. No. 74, N.Y. Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley, North¬ eastern Hobbies: Records, Basket¬ ball, Girls Honors:■ CV, Ml, El, 1; FI, 2; BK1, TP, E2 3; Honor Roll 1, 3; Room Councilor 3; Glee Club 1: Band 4; Orchestra 2; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. 1: Basketball 1 PAUL R MacDONALD School: Mary E. Curley A mb it ion: Accounting College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars Honors: BL, BK1 ROBERT J. McDonnell School: St. Francis Xavier Ambition: Accountant College : Bentley Hobbies: Records, Cars Honors : BK1, BK2 ROBERT E. McDonough School: St. Matthew Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Hockey Honors: Football 3 THOMAS J. McGRAWE School: Boston Latin College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling, Handball Honors: 2A’s, 3 D.WTD F. McGRATH School: Prince Hobbies: Coin Collecting Honors: IX AA: Honor Roll 3, 4 FRANCIS X. McGrath School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineering (Civil) College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Cars Honors: Honor Roll 3, 4; Military Comm. 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4 KENNETH C. McHOWELL School: Mary E. Curley College: Boston College RICHARD F. MacINTOSH School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: History Teacher College: State Teachers College Hobbies: Violin, Ham Radio JAMES E. McLaughlin School: Monsignor Patterson Ambition: Catholic Priest College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Baseball, Swimming, Dancing DONALD C. McLEOD School: William E. Russell Ambition: Cert. Public Ac¬ countant JOHN F. McNAMARA School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Archery, Hunting Honors: He, Civ., His. 1; He, Hist., Eng. 2; Hist. 3; Honor Roll 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Camera Club; Military Science Club; Patrol 1, 2; Office Aide 1; Switchboard 1; Health Room Corps 1, 2; Room Councilor 2; Band 1; Track 1 ?• Crew 2 MYRON N. MACHKOWSKY School: W. H. Taft Ambition: Disc Jockey College: Emerson Hobbies: Records, Dancing Honors: Drill Team 4; Room Councilor 3; Track 2 JAMES T. MADDEN School: St. Francis Xavier Ambition: Business or Art Fields College: Boston University Hobbies: Aviation, Model Building RUSSELL R. MAGNASCO School: John Cheverus College: Northeastern Hobbies: Radio, Sports Honors: Room Athletic Councilor 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2 JOSEPH A. MANNA School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Be a success in Sports College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 LAWRENCE J. MAHONEY School: St. Patrick’s College : Northeastern Hobbies: Sports THOMAS W. MALONEY School: St. Benedict’s, Somerville Ambition: Naval Career College: Boston College Hobbies: Cars Honors: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4 ALAN P. MALTZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Baseball, Football Honors: HA, M2, M3, Gl, G2, HW; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club; National Honor Society VINCENT G. MARCHESE School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: Radio and T. V. Broadcasting College: Emerson College Hobbies: Radio, Records Honors: M1,BK1, PS, 1, 3; Military Comm. 1st Sgt. 3, 4 JOHN B. MARANI School: B. L. S. Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern U. Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling and Auto Mechanics Honors: AA; Honor Roll 3; Science Club 4 ALLEN P. MARANOFSKY School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Playing Basketball Honors: Military Comm. 4; Drill Team 3, 4 EDWARD MAROOTIAN School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Air Force Pilot College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling Honors: Military Science Club 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councilor 4; Military Comm. 4; Track 4; Tennis 4 DENNIS S. MAROTTA School: St. Margaret’s Ambition: Accordion Teacher College: New England Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Accordion, Planes Honors: 1 1; 13; Health Room Corps 2, 3 KENNETH RICHARD W. MAROTTA MARSHALL School: Sherwin Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Weightlifting Honors: 3; Honor Roll 2; Science Club 2; Patrol 1; Military Comm. Lieuten¬ ant; Track 2; Tennis 1; Crew Team 1 PHILIP S. MARTELL School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Forum Club 4; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Baseball 4; Football 3 EDWARD V. MEFFAN School: Saint Augustine’s Ambition: Mathematician College: Boston College Honors: 4 1, 1 2, 4 3; Honor Roll 1, 3; Year¬ book Staff 4; Room Coun¬ cilor 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. THOMAS J. MELANSON Ambition: Junior Accountant College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Bowling JOHN MERRICK STEPHEN H. MEYERS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports THOMAS J. MINICHIELLO School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Successful Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hi-Fi, Camping, Boating Honors: Camera Club 3; Science Club 4; Discus¬ sion Club 4 LARRY M. MILLER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Weightlifting, Sports Honors: Math. Eng. 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Discus¬ sion Club 2, 3, 4; Music Appreciation Club 2; Pa¬ trol 4; Military Comm. Lieutenant 4; Track 4; Crew 2, 3, 4 PHILIP G. MILONE School: St. Sebastian’s C. D. S. Ambition: Draftsman College: Northeastern FREDERICK S. MONTICONE School: William E. Russell Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Military Science, Models Honors: Civics; Record Staff 1; Military Science Club 1 WILLIAM R. MOORE School: St. Ambrose Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: BK1, PS, El; Honor Roll 2, 4 ROBERT A. MINICHIELLO School: B. L. S. Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers Hobbies: Painting, Tennis NEIL T. MORIARTY School: William E. Russell Ambition: Career in Busi¬ ness College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Cars Honors: (CV) 1; (Ml) 1 ; Patrol 4; Military Comm. 4 Track 2 DONALD G. MORLEY School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Success Hobbies: Sports STEPHEN M. MORRIS School: Roxbury Memorial Ambition: Chemical Engi¬ neer, Chemist College: Tufts Hobbies: Photography, Sports Honors: Discussion Club 1; Military Science Club 1; Forum Club 1; Military Comm. 2nd Lieut.; Ten¬ nis; Trick Drill Team WILLIAM R. MORTIMER School: C. R. Edwards Jr. High Ambition: Make good in sports College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Chess Honors: Prom Committee 4; Room Athletic Council¬ lor 2, 4; Military Comm., Comm. Officer 4; Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, captain 4 NORMAN C. MOSES School: B. L. S. Ambition: Businessman College: U. of M. Hobbies: Chess, Whist Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club 4; Trick Drill Club 4; RICHARD W. MULVEY Ambition: Auditor College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Swimming and Football Honors: Ml, El; Lawrence Prize English (1); Patrol 2 EDWARD J. MURPHY School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Marine Biologist College: Howard University, Washington, D. C. Hobbies: Sports, Deep Sea Diving Honors: Patrol 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 4; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4 NEIL P. MURPHY School: St. Mark’s, Dorchester Ambition: Success Hobbies: Cars, Sports PHILIP E. MURPHY School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Make a lot of money College: Northeastern Hobbies: Drums, Sports Honors: Patrol 3; Room Councilor 3 for 213; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieut.; Track 1 GERALD C. MURRAY School: St. Theresa Ambition: A successful busi¬ nessman College: Providence College Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Honors: Science Club; Mili¬ tary Science Club; Offi¬ cers’ Club; Alumni Com.; Trick Drill Team 3, 4; Military Comm. 4, Capt.; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1; Camera Club JOHN D. MURRAY School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Commercial Pilot College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bagpipes Honors: Played the Bagpipes in the E. H. S. Variety Show 2, 3 STANLEY MUSSMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Music Appreciation Club 3 STEPHEN MUSSMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Weightlifting, Sports Honors: History 2; Patrol 3; Military Comm. 4 (Capt.); Track Javelin GILBERT NAPOLEON School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Honors: Track 3, 4 (Mgr.) DANIEL A. NAUMANN School: John Chevrus Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern JOY D. NEHALSINGH School: Frankfurt American High, Frankfurt, Ger¬ many Ambition: To be a doctor College: Heidelberg Uni¬ versity Honors: Glee Club 4 RICHARD J. NILAND School: B. C. High School Ambition: A successful bus¬ inessman College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Cars, Sports Honors: Patrol 4; Room Councilor 4 ARTHUR S. NOVAKOFF School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accounting College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Manager 2 WILLIAM L. NUNNALLY School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Success Hobbies: Stamp Collections JAMES F. O’DONNELL School: Boston Latin Ambition: .Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors : Military Comm. Staff Lieutenant 4 JOHN P. O’DONNELL JAMES R. J. O’KEEFE School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Chess Honors: HW, Gl; Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Record Staff 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4 ERNEST OLIVEIRA School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a Dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Piano, Chess Honors: Military Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Military Comm. 4; Sailing Team 3, 4; Trick Drill Team 3, 4 JOHN R. O’MALLEY School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Gov. Service College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Sports Cars JAMES M. O’NEIL School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honors: Modern History 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Fi¬ delity Prize 2; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Military Comm. 4 KENNETH S. OPIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Automotive Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, Ice Skat¬ ing Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Military Science Club 2, 4; Forum Club 4; Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Science Club 4; Officers’ Club 4; Trick Drill Team 2, 3, Officer 4; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councillor 2; Military Comm. Captain SEBASTIAN S. PALERMO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Success in Busi¬ ness Hobbies: Music, Hi-Fi, Stereophonic Sound Honors: Band 1 STEPHEN J. OSTRER School: Metuhen High, New Jersey Ambition: Chemist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honors: Science Club 4; Military Science Club 4; Patrol 4 ANTHONY P. PALLADINO School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a success¬ ful draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Automobiles, Sports Honors: Trick Drill Team 3, 4; Military Science Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Military Comm. Officer 4 BARRY H. OSTROW School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Radio and Tele¬ vision Technician College: Mass. Radio and Television Hobbies: Cars, Drawing Honors: Camera Club; Pa¬ trol 2; Library Corps 1; Campaign Manager PASQUALE D. PALMISANO School: Sherwin School Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Model Shipbuilding Honors: Cvl; HA; II; Ml; M2; Bl; E2; DM; Honor Roll 2, 3 RICHARD OWENS School: Rice Ambition: Financier College: Michigan State Hobbies: Golf, Archery, Jazz Honors: Science Club 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3; Patrol 3; Office Aide 2; Room Councilor 1, 2 PASQUALE C. PALUMBO School: Woodrow Wilson Junior High Ambition: Civil Engineer College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Cars, Outdoor Sports Honors: Yearbook Staff 4 RICHARD G. PALUMBO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Lawyer College: State Teachers in Boston Hobbies: Sports, Music CARMEN J. PANICO School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Synoptic Meteor¬ ologist College: Air Force Hobbies: Photography, Meteorology Honors: Camera Club 2, 3; Track 2 BARRY A. PARK School: Robert Gould Shaw Junior High Ambition: Public Relations College: Marietta Hobbies: Swimming, Boating Honors: Yearbook Staff 4, Bus. Mgr.; Forum Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Patrol 3; Room Councilor 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieutenant 4; Rep. of Mass. Student Council; Rep. of Eastern Mass. Student Council; Presi¬ dent of Student Council; Governor’s Youth Confer¬ ence 4 ALBERT F. PASSACANTILLI School: Michelangelo Ambition: U.S. Coast Guard College: Business College Hobbies: Bowling, Music CHRIS E. PATSAVOS School: Robert Gould Shaw, West Roxbury Ambition: Lawyer College : Harvard Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball Honors: Health, English 2, History World; Trick Drill 4 DAVID L. PAUL School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To succeed in life College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Coin Collecting IRA L. PEARLMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University, Tufts Hobbies: Photography, Sports Honors: Trick Drill Team 4 DONALD S. PECK School: Sharon High School Ambition: Offset Printing College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity or Boston Univer¬ sity Hobbies: Printing (Offset) Photography Honors: Tennis 2 DAVID M. POCHINI School: John Cheverus College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1 2; Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councilor 1; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3, 4.; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Undergraduate Scholarship; President of Athletic Council 3 SAMUEL J. PENTA School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Drawing and read ing Honors: Honor Roll 2, Dis¬ cussion Club 2 JULIAN W. PETERSON School: W. H. Taft Ambition: Archaeology, History • College: T.C. Hobbies: Skiing Honors: Discussion Club 3 4, Military Comm. 1st Lieut. 4, Football 3, 4 Track 3 JOHN E. PERRY School: P. F. Gavin Junior High Ambition: Commanding Officer in the Air Force College: Tufts University Hobbies: Reading, Reading, Sports Honors: Junior Achievement JOHN R. PRENDERGAST School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Mechanical Engi¬ neer College: Northeastern Univ. Hobbies: Swimming, Music Honors : Military Comm. 3, 4; Basketball 3; Trick Drill Team 4 RALPH N. POTTLE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To succeed College: Teachers College Hobbies: Baseball, Music HAROLD C. PREFONTAINE School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Mechanical Engi¬ neer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Automobiles Honors: Health Room Corps 4 WALTER E. POZARK School: William E. Russell Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers College Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing Honors: History 1; Fidelity Prize 3 BARTON B. PRICE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Univ. CHARLES D. PURDY School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Civil Engineer or Chemist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Photography Honors: FI, Ml, CV1, He; Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Military Comm. 1st Lieut.; Base¬ ball Mgr. 3, 4 WILLIAM M. QUINN School: C. R. Edwards Junior High Ambition: To be a pilot in the U.S.A.F. College: U.S.A.F. Academy Hobbies: Dancing, Music Honors: Patrol A; Crew 3 JOHN M. RANKIN School: William Blackstone Ambition: Electrical Engi¬ neer College: Northeastern Univ. Hobbies: Classical Music, Reading Honors: Science Club; Health Room Corps 4 ALLEN M. RANTZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Commercial Artist and Illustrator College: School of Practical Art Hobbies: Bowling, Drawing Honors: Lawrence Prize D1 3 WILLIAM H. RAVENELL School: Patrick T. Camp¬ bell Ambition: To be a success College: Lincoln University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Glee Club; Track 3, 4 JOSEPH M. RAY School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To succeed College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars Honors: Golf fc 2 BERNARD R. REDGATE School: W. H. Taft Ambition: Science Teacher College: Northeastern Hobbies: Guitar, Chess Honors: M2, G1 : Military Science Club 2, 3; Sci¬ ence Club 3; Military Comm. 1st Lieut.; Drill Team, Leader MARVIN C. REINE School: P. T. Campbell Junior High Ambition: Career in Navy in Electronics College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars, Stamps PAUL A. RICCI School: St. Raphael’s Ambition: Show Business College: Catholic Univer¬ sity, Washington, D. C. Hobbies: Collecting minia¬ tures Honors: Forum Club 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 2, 3, 4; Room Councilor 2 THOMAS M. ROACH School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Commercial Artist College: Massachusetts School of Art Hobbies: Sketching ALEXANDER ROBB School: James P. Timilty Junior High School Ambition: Chemical Engi¬ neer College: Northeastern Hobbies: General Science, Chess Honors: F2 1; M2, E2 C, He 2; G, Dm, P 3; Honor Roll 1, 3; Military Comm. CLAYTON H. ROBERTS, JR. School: Woodrow Wilson Junior High Ambition: Lawyer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Archery, Rifle Practice Honors: M2, Eac, H.E., LI 2, D.M. 3! Honor Roll 1, 2 ; Lawrence Prize 2; Sci¬ ence Club 4; Room Councillor 3; Military Comm. LEO L. RODERICK, JR- School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: Priesthood College: St. John’s Atone¬ ment Seminary Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Forum 2, 4; Mili- Honors: Forum Club 2, 4; Picture Comm.Library Corps 3; Military Comm. 3, 4; Track 2; Trick Orill Team 3, 4 ROBERT A. ROMANOWSKI School: Msgr. Patterson Ambition: Career in the Air Force College: Northeastern Hobbies: Automobiles and Racing FRANCIS G. RONAN School: Roxbury Latin School Ambition: Teacher College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1, 3; Lawrence Prize Ml, M3; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Year¬ book Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4, Editor in Chief; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 ANTHONY O. ROSA School: St. Joseph Ambition: C.P.A. College: Business College JOSEPH C. ROSA School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Success College: Boston University Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball GEORGE F. ROTHWELL School: Sacred Heart Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Hockey Honors: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain ’59 LEON McD. ROUSE School: Campbell junior High Ambition: Electronic Engi¬ neer College : Air Force Hobbies: Cars Honors: Glee Club; Room Councilor 3; Military Comm. 3, 4; Track 3 CHARLES RUBENSTEIN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Univ. Hobbies: Photography Honors: Chess Club ROBERT F. RUBIN School: Roxbury Memorial Ambition: Mathematics Teacher College: Boston Teachers College Hobbies: Chess Honors: Chess Club 3, 4 LOUIS P. RUOTOLO School: Joseph Barnes College: Boston University Hobbies: Boating, Skin Diving SAMUEL W. RUSSELL School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Minister; if not that, I.B.M. Mechanic or Operator College: Gordon Hobbies: Swimming, Fish¬ ing, Football, Basketball Honors: Typing, Band 2 STEVE G. SALIDAS School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, Bowling School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Music, Photography Honors: Mathematics 3; Camera Club, President; Science Club 4 ; Glee Club 4; Forum Club 4; Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Junior Achievement WILLIAM J. SCELES School: James P. Timilty Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Progressive Jazz, Photography, Sports, Sing¬ ing Honors: Lawrence Prize Sdl third year PAUL J. SACCO School: James P. .Timility Junior High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Progressive Jazz Honors: General Business 2; Camera Club 2; Discus¬ sion Club 4; Drum and Bugle, 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieut. 4 JOSEPH B. SCHUMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Be a success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Military Comm; Football 3 RAYMOND S. SCHWARTZ School: Campbell Junior High Ambition: Engineer College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Hi-Fi, Tropical Fish Honors: P3, E2C, F3, He, M2, L2, E3C, F4, M3; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Law- Club 3; Forum Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Sci¬ ence Club 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieut.; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Picture Committee 4 PAUL P. RZEZUSKI School: William H. Taft Ambition: Metallurgical Engineer College: Colorado School of Mines Hobbie s: Custom Cars and Rods THOMAS C. SAUNDERS ALLAN D. SABLE School: Dearborn Ambition: Lawyer College: Howard University Hobbies: Progressive Jazz, Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1; Band 1 year; Drum and Bugle 3 years; Military Comm. Master Sergeant LEONARD H. SEGAL School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts Hobbies’. Music Honors: Health, M2; Law¬ rence Prize, TP 3; Year¬ book Staff 4; French Club 2; Forum Club 4; Junior Achievement 4; Room Councilor 4; Year¬ book Committee 4 JAMES M. SEMCHUK School : William Barton Rogers Ambition: Credit to E.H.S. College: Northeastern Univ. Hobbies: Chemistry Honors: Health 2; German 1, 2; English 3; Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Forum Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Science Club 4; Military Comm. Lieuten¬ ant, Administrative Officer JOHN K. S. SENIER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Naval Officer College: Navy Hobbies: Horseback Riding, Baseball, Football ROBERT M. SHEA School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Mathematics College: St. Francis Hobbies: Golf, Hockey Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Library Corps 2, 3; Hockey 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4, (Co-Captain 4) THOMAS J. SHEEHAN, JR. School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To be a success Hobbies: Sports Honors: M3, E2 ROBERT F. SHIMKUS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pilot College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Planes Honors: Science Club 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieutenant; Hockey 4; Track 2, 3, 4 CHESTER F. SIDELL Schooli Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Honors: LI; Honor Roll 2; Glee Club; Junior Achieve¬ ment; Letter Man; Class Office 1, 4; Letter Man (Cross country) 3, 4 DONALD E. SKENDERIAN School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To live a happy and healthy life College: Tufts Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Hockey Honors: Military Science Club 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Military Comm. 1st Sergeant; Hockey 3, 4 ■in SHERWIN SOLOMON School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To become a Pharmacist College: Massachusetts or New England College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Stamps Model Ships ALBERT M. SMITH School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern Honors: Science Club; Mili¬ tary Science Club ROBERT SMITH School: Boston Rice School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Honors: Military Comm. Sergeant; Track 4 EUGENE J. SMITH School: Columbus Ambition: Own a business of my own College: Boston University Hobbies: Working on Cars Coins MARTIN S. STARR School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Chemist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Chemistry Honors: Mathematics 3; WILLIAM R. SPENCE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Dentist College : Tufts Hobbies: Radio Honors: Military Comm. 4; Golf 3 STANLEY H. SPIEGELMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col¬ lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Music, Science. Honors: Science Club 4 HERBERT L. STARR School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Radio Broad¬ caster College: B.U. Public Rela¬ tions Hobbies: Politics, Short- Wave Radio Honors: Discussion Club 2, 4 (Vice President) CHARLES H. STEVENS 5 - : Trace ArrJrztacx: Electrical Tech- dCil HczbUsz Amo Mechanics DOUGLAS T. STEWART Sckomlz St, Jrsepc ' i iieiirt: Ever Cc-f£f. Xavr Hz ' zhiesz M :cej Homer: z Mr. Genres ' Fis-:t cu ROBERT L STIMPERT jfrttaa: Drawing, Scliccs Herzen-. Mllitarv Screrce Cdb — 3: Dt-c= 22 C Bogle 1- 3 4: YHfitary i .- •— Co-C | tim Dr.— ac-d Bogle Ceres. FR.ANCIS X. SULLIVAN R. G 5ii r inHCm: To becocne 2 Debris: Co-eze: Tufa Hzzzzetz 5aru Hommnz BairfaH 2. J.V. JAMES L. SULLIVAN Sfboi: Beard Sarrac:rent iKi-Jia: To be 2 screes H: ; sT:- die. Hodce BaoriiaH JOHN E SWEE rEY 5r k.Mti : Rogers JofctiM: N»T Hzh ' zu:: Roller St2 r ALAN J. STRUDAS Sckeolz 05wi Wetodl Holmes JtE ' im: Oficer U S X«y. U.S. Modkant Marine College: Muss Ma ritim e Aacerr Hchbicsz Art. Miaac, So deer Hymcmz HealT 2: Mechad- cal Dra-wic? 3; T ri :i Drill Trirr 3 Roam Af- Ira: Cn g-v-V g 3 NGftzry Cj ; 4: Track 1 RON ALD V SYLATSTER 5 rr. Marv £. Curley i iHciot: Ecri—e-er Cz ge: N:rceir.e Hobbies z Progressre Jazz Homorsz Baorhall 2 . 2 . 4 : FoodaT 3 RICHARD D tac t ii t r-z-:-: ' - ■ocaat — School aoSoCaocr UoMrf Tcac er Zi —sii Szscce Sx; Zescierc GEORGE J TAYLOR -i TX-T —i - 1 — ZzZin v - nvz z xcccc VINCENT J TEREXZIO - ;: r r I.TCT1 jfOBX s TERRAZANO 5c Anftv : ' t lam V - • Icerxnr -• ' re Lzrzez. ? am -■•zTzrfj Scores .ox ••r;i ? i c. CTwr Scan 3ircrt Vr I 5xcrc ; ' : : :: ’ ’ - JOHN ' R TILLMAN crijwJ ' axis ? —t -t -i tlScok A r Jnm rZcc Z-rZiff Srsccc ’Jr “c;z Himarz Dr=m xcc corje 5 : M : x I.;r:.c. 3 ; BENJAMIN TOMN5 Zecc ZzZjg-i Ncrceu x- X 2(M«D z a 7«. Soots ffwn: HW. SO S, 4; Sr.gcc; Cods 4 HA3YTY L. TOPOLSKY J Vll T lT -i r Z3 - .. " T ? —r°—;;-i- ZziZsi-! ; „ x- - x-zl 4 : MS- RQSAJUO J TCrSIEI J.O JSdboat Danil IftX Amhitmm.z Tea:: . : r - S»-n«»- mm crur ’xx ' izrx aoek Star 4 Z ee Z : - Zzxrexinz Zjcc - y£Zc2j-L Scurccr Zee -z - - xx -.:ic:r:. ZeM c errxc: - ' ey - .JHIWMF RICHARD L. TOWERS School: B. L. S. Ambition: Psychology Field Hobbies: Reading, Tennis, Painting, Archery Honors: English 2, 3; Year¬ book Staff 3, 4; Science Club; Forum Club; Mili¬ tary Science Club; Track; Tennis 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL W. TRACY School: St. Joseph’s, Roxbury Hobbies: Bowling, Sports Honors: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2 ALLAN R. TRAIGER School: Solomon Lewenberg College: Northeastern Uni¬ versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 3; Pres¬ ident Junior Achievement Club 3, 4; Military Comm. Lieutenant; Golf 3, 4; Drill Team 4 ALAN S. TUROVER School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Scientist College: Brandeis Hobbies: Stamps Honors: El, Phys. Sci. 1, Biology, E3C, HE, M3C; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Sci¬ ence Club 3, 4; Forum Club 4; Room Councilor 2; Military Comm. 4 A. JOSEPH VENETO School: W. B. Rogers Junior High School Ambition: To be a man College: University of Mas¬ sachusetts Hobbies: Competition Cars, Soft Music, Skating Honors: M2, E2, HE, M3, P3, E3, D1; Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 2; Camera Club 3; Military Science Club 3; Forum Club 4; Patrol 4; Room Councilor 2, 3, 4; Officer’s Training School 3; Prom Committee 4; Military Comm. Company Comm. 4; Track 3, 4 PETER J. VERGADOS School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Aeronautical En¬ gineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Amateur Radio, Music, Chess Honors: Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Radio Club 2; Military Science Club 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Officers’ Training School 2; Mili¬ tary Comm. Corporal 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4 FRANK L. VILKAS School: Patrick T. Campbell Arpbition: Civil Engineer Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Sports Honors: P3, E3, M3, HM, Gl; Honor Roll 2, 3; Military Science Club 2; Science Club 4; Military Comm. 4 HARVEY A. VINE School: Brantford Collegi¬ ate, Ontario, Canada Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Reading, Sports t- ' M -V. MARTIN VISNICK School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobbies: Model Railroads Honors: Science Club; Dis¬ cussion Club JAMES J. WALSH School: St. Andrew Hobbies: Sports Honors: French Club, Sci¬ ence Club; Patrol 3; Mili¬ tary Comm. Captain; Bas¬ ketball 2; Track 2 ALAN E. WALDMAN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Rabbi College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading Honors: History 3; Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Military Comm. 2nd Lieutenant 4; National Honor Society 3. 4 JOHN J. WARD School: Grover Cleveland College: Business College Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Spanish II 2; Bookkeeping I 2; Discus¬ sion Club; Camera Club; Forum Club DAVID E. WALSH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Rensselaer Honors: German 2 3; Honor Roll 3; Science Club; Patrol 3; Military Comm. 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 2 JORDAN E. WARNICK School: B. L. S. Ambition: Chemist College : Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps, Photog¬ raphy, Bowling, Golf Honors: German I 3; Cam¬ era Club; Golf 4 JAMES G. WALSH School: Nazareth School Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: M2, Geometry ELLIOT G. WEINBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Veterinarian College: Penn. State Hobbies: Stamps Honors: Honor Roll 2; Sup¬ ply Room 4 GEOFFREY L. WHALEN School: Prince College : Boston College or Boston University Hobbies: Music Honors: Room Athletic Councilor 2; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. First Sergeant; Football 4; Track 4 GERARD M. WHOLLEY School: Woodrow Wilson College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars Honors: Science Club 3; Football 2 JAMES S. WHYTE School: St. Joseph’s, Roxbury College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Hunting, Cars Honors: Al, E1C, Ct, Civ¬ ics, S2; Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize Elc, Ct. BARRY E. WIGGINS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Lowell Technical Hobbies: Chess Honors: Geometry M2 Honor Roll 3; Glee Club; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 NOEL WILDER School: Stockton Junior High, California Ambition: Commercial Air¬ line (Reservationist) College: Central Technical Institute HARVEY A. WISEBERG ALLEN WITTEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Vet College: University of Pennsylvania Hobbies: Tropical Fish Honors: Science Club 4; Junior Achievement Club 3, Treasurer 4 KEVIN J. WYNNE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To become a C. P. A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Chess, Badminton, Collecting Old Coins, Pho¬ tography, Golf Honors: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Hobbies: Building and Fly¬ ing Model Aircraft Honors: Honor Roll 1; Sci¬ ence Club 1; Switch¬ board ; Golf 1 ANTHONY G. ZARELLA School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Lumberjack College: Northeastern FRANCIS J. ZARELLA School: William E. Russell College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Boat¬ ing Honors: Hockey 2, Track 2 VINCENT F. ZERVESKES School: P. F. Gavin Ambition: Own a Marina Hobbies: Boating, Chess Honors: Patrol; Track 3, Outdoor Team; Cross Country Manager 4 MARTIN E. ZIDES School: Boston Latin Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Model Airplane Building Honors: Military Science Club; Patrol 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieutenant 4 DAVID M. RYAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Marine Hobbies: Sports, Stamps Honors : Hockey manager 4; Track 2, 3 Honors: German 3; Honor Roll 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Baseball 4; Golf 4 JOSEPH T. BARNES School: Thomas A. Hart Ambition: Veterinarian College: Cornell Hobbies: Cars, Boats Honors: French 1; Patrol 2; Crew 2, 3 JAMES J. DELAPPE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: College College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball Honors: Honor Roll 2; Fi¬ delity Prize 2 COLEMAN R. McDonough School: William E. Russell Hobbies: Records Honors: Military Comm. Corporal JOEL SATIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Music, Football, Baseball Honors: Band 3, 4; Mili¬ tary Comm. 2nd Lieu¬ tenant EDMUND CAMERON School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Success Hobbies: Swimming, Boats RONALD M. DICKINSON School: Trade Ambition: Lawyer WALTER R. McNICHOLS School.: Holy Trinity Gram. Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: I-3A, II-2A, III-2A; Discussion Club; Forum Club; Musical Apprecia¬ tion Club; Room Coun¬ cilor 1 RAYMOND D. SOMMERVILLE School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Air Force NORMAN W. CARTER School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Structural Designer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Boats, Auto¬ mobiles, Airplanes mobiles, Aeroplanes Honors: Camera Club 4; Science Club 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Track 2, 3 JOHN G. LAROCCA School: Boston Latin Ambition: Marine Corps Hobbies: Boating, Fishing Honors: Patrol 2; Track 2 ARTHUR C. METZ School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success College: Suffolk Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Tennis 2 WILLIAM J. THOMPSON School: Woodrow Wilson Hobbies: Motor Boats, Racing JAMES COCCE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Military Hobbies: Sports RENE A. LOZANO School: Colegio Americano, Quito Ambition: Diplomat College: Harvard Hobbies: Music, Books Honors: Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Patrol 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4 JOE M. PEYTON School: Horace Mann Ambition: Lawyer College: U. of Arkansas Honors: Baseball 3; Bas¬ ketball 3 DONALD P. ZERENDOW School: Wm. Blackstone College: East Coast Aero Tech Hobbies: Hunting 1 ' s ■ x " s r i . • i r 8 | a i nl [ . IHoMCE Mi OFIDUltM hr c rixttA WtffUL fUWT Uer.osTHvttt iu ri a rrxT»HfS UMl»fep GitfCf er Pnurr } mcHV AKC8MK 7iamb Wrrtfl .Arc Fa staw Hirtwim wiThvtnMiA ' -Ti n Cvn DtAnitr fwntt r CLASS PROPHECY By DAVID HALEY Stanley Adamakis, promoted to Chief Assistant to the Patriarch of Athens. Dick Areglado, takes job away from 50-year-old Jimmy Brown of Cleveland Browns. Greg Basillio, became first Assistant to the Presi¬ dent of Toni. Alan Brodsky, the new chess champ of Atlantis. George Brophy, star football reporter for the Bos¬ ton Post. Irwin Brown, a success at music writing, is now teaching choral practice at English High. Richard Carleton, chief photographer at Leaning Tower of Pizza. Lincoln Chandler, halfback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Chester Chin, great mathematician for Electronics Research Corporation. John Congdon, finally gets his name on dollar bill as Treasurer of U. S. Tony Cosentino, touring U. S. with his concert orchestra. Ron Cuneo, becomes first player-coach of Bruins Hockey Team. Bill Dee, Chief Accountant for U. S. Post Office. Phil DePetro, a replacement for Maurice Evans. George Dunderdale, Athletic Coach at the Boston Y.M.C.A. Steve Fallon, President of the United Nations. Frank Falvey, leader in a world-renowned Dis¬ cussion Group. Pete Fialka, famed Austrian Alp guide saved his group on Mount Rheinhart, alt. 104 ft. “Buck” Foley, holds ever-increasing record of being Tenderfoot for twenty years. Bob Ernst, proprietor of his own bow-tie store. Garvey, Gilmor, and Gibbons, future D.I.’s at Parris Island. Bill Golden, brilliant star of E.H.S.’s hockey team, due for a great professional career. Myron Goldman, future President of M.I.T. Joseph Goodwater, Director of Boys’ Camps U.S.A. Nat Graham, Concert drummer for the Boston Pops. Bob Gramer, “Big Time Operator”. John Grindal, Dr. Grindal’s motto “Operation success, the patient is dead”. Bob Haddad, future industrialist of Bagdad. Dave Haley, Superintendent of Schools at Zero, Alaska. John Hamlin, destined to become a great success in business. Leo Horgan, a great professional hockey player. Dan Hurley, distinguished graduate of Brown University. George Hynes, next “Mayor” of Boston. Don Kennedy, resigns Vice-Presidency to become Secretary of State. James Killian, the greatest admiral of them all. Ken Kiriakopoulos, greatest football player of them all with the N.Y. Giants. Colonel Franklund, becomes Secretary of Defense. Larry Lamonica, fights for the independence of East Boston. Shoon Lee, “Silent Shoon” Lee becomes new Einstein. Manna and Martell, future football coaches and physical education instructors at E.H.S. “Skip” Mortimer, headed for Basketball Hall of Fame. Gil Napoleon, attempts coup d’etat and tries to form a new Republic in France. Barry Park, Director of United Community Services. Harold Prefontaine, will be Slenderella’s greatest challenge. Dave Pochini, becomes first Governor of East Boston. Julian Peterson, “Killer” Kowalski’s only chal¬ lenger and only worry. Leo Roderick, first of our class to win national bowling championship. Frank Ronan, launches a naval career on the good ship “Scholarship.” Bob Shea, follows in uncle’s footsteps and becomes great Physics teacher. Joe Veneto, outstanding scientist of General Elec¬ tric Company. Peter Vergados, “Vergados Missle” first to carry men to outer space. Barry Wiggins, directing chemical research in Bermuda. THE CLASS WILL and TESTAMENT By DAVID LEVENSON We, the Class of 1959 of the English High School, being of small but sound mind, do hereby bequeath the following to those whose presence among us and whose accomplishments and con¬ tributions have not passed unnoticed. In recognition of his efforts on behalf of school spirit, we leave MR. MALONE ten dozen assorted signs of the nature — “Go, English, Go”, and “Let’s all pull together.” We leave DR. FRAZIER our sincerest thanks for giving us the greatest gift a man could — all he has. We leave MR. DEVORE a catalogue listing 200 new history books and pamphlets. We leave MR. ECCLES his perennial allot¬ ment of past College Board English Examinations. We leave MR. JOHNSON a strong central government, a new charter for The Bank of the United States, and Alexander Hamilton. We leave MR. RUSSELL a check for $3000 so he won’t have to collect the Activities Fund next year. We leave MR. GILLIS a book entitled “How to Win Friends and Make Latin School Let Your Rooters In.” We leave MR. SIMMONS a magnetic golf ball and hole to improve his golf score and many thanks from the Yearbook Staff. BOB ERNST leaves to distribute Foster Furcolo Buttons. LEO RODERICK leaves to understudy Sgt. Bilko. HALEY and HAMLIN leave by the front door; GRAHAM and LEVENSON leave by the window in room nine; and LEO HORGAN leaves by the boiler room door — as usual. “GENERAL” GARVEY leaves with an auto¬ graphed picture of his favorite United States Army Captain. KATZE, SEGAL, WALDMAN, MOSES, COHEN, and BERKO WITZ leave on a Nasser fellowship to study at Cairo A. and M. The fel¬ lowships were made possible through the purchase of Israel Bonds by BOB ERNST. RICHARD CARLETON leaves threatening to take a useable picture for the Yearbook. JOE GOODWATER leaves an excellent record. THE FOOTBALL TEAM leaves for Okla¬ homa, Idaho, Notre Dame, and Georgia Tech. DAVE HALEY leaves to become editor of Playboy Magazine. BART GRAHAM leaves an excellent track record, 3 pairs of track shoes, 4 sweat suits, and 2 pairs of track shorts. DAVE MCDONALD and PAT LUONGO leave room 116 in a complete uproar. FRED JACKSON leaves singing “Night and Day” and ED LURIE leaves reading it. KEN KIRIAKOPOULOS leaves all-City tackle. PHIL KALLAN leaves with Mr. Duffy for the New Garden Gym. PETER KIRIAKAS leaves on his Social Secur¬ ity pension. DAVIS S. LEVENSON leaves as handsome as ever. (I wonder who wrote this will???). BILL GOLDEN leaves to tangle with Canadien Hockey players. ‘‘MOUSE” MARANOFSKY leaves with a car full of “buddies.” THE YEARBOOK STAFF leaves an auto¬ graphed picture of itself to its Patron Saint. STEVE FALLON leaves the Presidency at E.H.S., using it as a stepping stone to a future at the State Capitol. MYRON GOLDMAN leaves for M.I.T. where he is expected to form the nucleus of the brain of the class. BOB GRAMER, having the advantage of being a track man, leaves in a hurry. BARRY WIGGINS leaves to form his own choir. DAVE POCHINI leaves to direct the East Bos¬ ton High football team. CHANDLER, KASSATLY, MANNA, MESSINI and TRACEY leave much to the re¬ gret of the football coaches. RON CUNEO leaves with his basketful of “E’s”. ROTHWELL, JONES and DEE leave their examples for future E.H.S. hockey players to follow. SKIP MORTIMER “dribbles” away from school. JOE GOOD WATER leaves the school his tal¬ ented track shoes—size 9 2 B. KASSATLY and LUONGO leave to bolster up the ranks of the ill-fated Red Sox. RICHARD AREGLADO leaves his lucky foot¬ ball uniform. BARNES leaves for the farm. JOHN BENJAMINS leaves for Paris to teach the Frenchmen how to speak their own language. CHARLES BOWKER leaves for the opening of his new restaurant in the heart of West Rox- bury. BRILLIANT leaves at the top of the class. FRANK BUSH leaves to head the U. S. Marine Drum and Bugle Corps. CAMPBELL leaves for the soup factory. MESSINA leaves for Notre Dame to revive the fighting Irish. DAN HURLEY and FRANK RONAN leave for the 1960 Olympics. JERRY IACUZIO leaves to replace his aging father at the East Boston cookie mill. PAUL HOWELL leaves for the wilds of Dartmouth. FREDERICK JACKSON leaves to take over the male lead at the Metropolitan Opera Company. CHARLIE DIAMOND leaves to head R.C.A. in New York. DAVE HALEY leaves to become editor of the New York Times. PAT LUONGO leaves his golden trumpet, so as to immortalize the instrument which provided so many assemblies with so much “sweet” music. TOSIELLO leaves to revise the educational program at Boston University. HOFFMAN leaves his winning smile and charming personality. BLUE NOTES Well, men, after having survived four years of studious???? activity, we’re finally leaving. Now brace yourself for our last attempts at humor. Why does Hob Tosiello laugh so much at Mr. Devore’s jokes? Did you notice a pair of legs under an open locker door? They were Bob Grainer’s in his daily track team change. After a hassle with the staff of the chemistry lab, Harry Prcfontaine, the mad bomber of E.H.S., is “Gone With The Wind”. Addressed to Captain Fisher: Can we wear “military blouses” to gradua¬ tion? Well, we wear ’em to assemblies! Mr. Charlie Murphy has begun bottling water from the 107 fountain under the name of “Charlie’s Private Stock.” A rumor heard around the school is: Bob Ernst is in charge of Mr. Malone’s private appointment book. Huh??? ' When the cod starts running, watch for a drop in Charlie Gibbons’ homework, — Norm Goldberg isn’t taking shoe surveys any more. But do you like the shirt very much? well enough? not at all? And then we know one senior who’s going be¬ low fair trade tie-rental prices . . . C4-Gr. boasts of “Gunpowder” Green. Much heard: “Grindal is absent again and he has a speech to give tomorrow.” — Chuck Gilmor reports that too many students took his September philosophy too seriously, i.e.: “Flunk now and avoid the June rush”. Mr. Devore, we’re told, tests his jokes on his second period HUC class and tells the better ones to his third period HM class. (Put both classes together and they spell HUCHM). (Just a note of interest.) — Mr. Gizzi holds animal classes in the basement during Block IV. Anyone want to join? On Mr. Eccles’ reading list: “What’s Wrong With Our Kids?” by Elvis Presley. Mr. Fred Gillis announced in Military Science that “Strategy is when you don’t let the enemy know that you’re out of ammunition, but keep on firing.” Attention: General Falvey. Overheard in 118 during the first class in Sep¬ tember:— Teacher: Under “Father’s Occupation” put down what kind of work your father does.” Frank: But, sir, my father doesn’t work; he’s a teacher. Overheard in an F4 class: “No one has to buy these French review books.” Of course, you’ll flunk without them; but . . . Quoting a poem by one of our Latin pupils: “Latin is a dead language, as dead as it can be; first it killed the Romans, and now it’s killing me.” What did you say, Dutchy? Master X to Master Y as they proceed past 219 during Block IV: “The natives are restless tonight, Bwana.” Is it possible to learn 2000 vocabulary words in one night? Ask the boys in 103. — Also check with the special, special English class about correcting those d- paragraphs. If a flashbulb should go off in your eyes, you will most likely see with your dazed eyes, Carleton running away from the scene of the crime. (Ask him about his ice-cream cones, also) . . . Someone who will have to remain nameless says he saw a distillery in Mr. Rosenfield’s chemistry lab. (Now when was the Eighteenth Amendment passed?) A report from a usually reliable source says that during one day in January there was some extra food in the lunchroom during the third lunch. We do not believe this report but feel it is our duty to pass it on to you. (Thanks to the Student Council!) . . . Overheard in 108: Sir, are you sure this is an eminently fair test? The latest report from Doc’s office: the $16 for the Colt ge Boards is deductible. Charity, you know . . . Heard in 101 between one triangle and another: “Aw, c’mon; let’s coincide!” Discussion in the Student Council: Significant question: “Is the holiday named ‘St. Patrick’s Day’ or ‘Evacuation Day?’ Didn’t the Irish drive the British out of South Boston?” . . . Overheard in a Spanish class: “But, sir, you’ve given us forty lines of translation.” Teacher: “Oh, that’s noth- ing; you boys can eat it up.” Class: “But, sir, we’ll choke.” Captain Fisher to a new private: “Just look at yourself. Your shoes aren’t shined, your tie’s out, your hair isn’t combed — suppose some country suddenly declared war?” An informed source in room 17 swears that his English teacher said: “There’s a young man in this room making an idiot of himself. When he ' s finished, I’ll begin.” Overheard in Teacher’s room — Waldman: “You know, there are only two people I really admire.” Rosie: “Really? Who’s the other one?” . . . Also overhead, however, this time in 101 A, Master: What’s the central theme of “Macbeth” in one sentence? Lorro: It’s the story of a thane who went inthane. This column, not wanting the attention of a Congressional Committee Investigation or a libel suit, will end here. However, we would like to wish all the E.H.S. students and faculty the best of luck in the years to come. STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR ROOM COUNCILORS 2nd Row: Frederick H. Jackson, Henry P. Cullerton, Richard J. Niland, Robert C. Ernst, Stephen J. Fallon, Leonard H. Segal. 1st Row: A. Joseph Veneto, Francis C. Belmonte, John B. Congdon, Mr. Edwin J. Mosher, Barry A. Park, Eric B. Loth, Edward J. Meffan, Abraham W. Haddad. The purpose of the English High School Student Government is to co-operate in developing and maintaining the traditional school spirit and in promoting the welfare of the school. The Student Council assisted by a member of the faculty acting in an advisory capacity is an assembly of room councilors. Each homeroom chooses its representa¬ tive who is “selected for sound common sense, good character, and qualities of leadership.” The athletic room captains publicize information regarding athletic events and other school activities. They assist not only in the promotion of sports, both varsity and intra-mural, but also in the development of a wholesome attitude toward athletic events. ATHLETIC CAPTAINS SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS 2nd Row: Philip D. Depetro, Michael H. Caroline, Richard Alexaniain, Arthur C. Metz, David M. Pochini. 1st Row: Richard D. Tacelli, Stephen J. Fallon, Mr. J. Clif¬ ford Ronan, Leo J. Horgan, Barry E. Wiggins, William R. Mortimer. THE RECORD Editor . Associate Editor Sports Editor .... Francis G. Ronan . David W. Haley ... Robert C. Ernst The aim of the English High School Record this year w.as to produce a magazine having the widest possible appeal, consistent with good topics. Representative topics include sports, poetry, electronics, and music. The editorials have been written with the purpose of interesting readers in new facts of school life and broadening their scope by exciting interest in the happenings of the world. Much favorable comment has been received on the policy of encouraging the art department to contribute original illustrations and cartoons. The school’s talented cartoonist has done much to enhance the appearance of the magazine. The sports section, written by members of the teams involved, has been noted for its excellent descriptions of track meets, football games, boat races, baseball games, and golf and tennis matches. A number of humorous short-stories and articles have been added as regular features. On the serious side, there have been formal essays on topics of current interest, as well as descriptions of the activities and aims of the various clubs and organizations of the school. The policy of accepting articles from the authors of the entire student body has produced agreeable results. This year’s staff may be justifiably pleased with the outcome of their efforts. They extend their cordial best-wishes to the staff of next year with the conviction that the Record will remain, as it is, one of the finest school magazines in the city. SCIENCE CLUB President . Vice President . Secretary-T reasurer Faculty Advisor . .. Charles Diamond . Bernard Cohen ... James Semchuck Mr. Arthur Gustus i-,. -VrC:. ' ■■■ . This year’s Science Club is the largest (84 members) and most active club in the history of The English High School. The Science Club is directed at helping those preparing projects for the Science Fair, and at furthering the members’ knowledge of science through the exchange of information. Lectures varied from artillery and rocketry to electro-magnetic repulsion and were usually supplemented by demonstrations. It was not surprising to see metal rings floating in air, light bulbs light without wires, or high voltage sparks shoot a yard long. The English High Science Club was again this year an accredited representative of a school which has long boasted of excellent students and teachers of the sciences. A special word of thanks is in line for Mr. Gustus for his invaluable guidance throughout the year. The Class of 1959 hopes that the Science Club will continue to play this im¬ portant part in the activities of the students of English High School. CHESS CLUB First row (1. to r.) Robert Parker, Robert Rubin, Mr. Capano, James O’Keefe, Steven Gopen, Robert O’Keefe. Second row (I. to r.) Philip Rubin, Samuel Gorvine, Jason Rosen, Robert Abraham. The Chess Club, once agai ntered the Greater Boston Interscholastic League. Though we failed to continue undefeated record of last year, we managed to place second to Brookline High. The team finished with an 11 win, 2 loss, and 1 draw record. Two challenge matches were accepted and won. After last year’s victory, the team’s motto was, “Keep the plaque at English.” Circumstances now necessitate the changing of the motto to “Bring back the plaque to English.” This will be quite difficult to accomplish, since we are losing three strong players in the graduating class. One consolation is that other schools will have the same problem. A member of the Chess Club, James O’Keefe, won the New England Amateur Chess Championship Tournament for 1959. All in all, this has been an extremely successful year for the club. They have brought much honor to the school. It is hoped that future teams will carry on the tradition. FORUM CLUB President ... . Stanley Chase Secretary . Sydney Harris This year, as for the last three, the Forum Club of English High School has been under the guidance of Mr. I. Michael Sallen. Among Mr. Sallen’s more recent reforms is the remodeling of the form of the debate from one of rehearsed verbatim readings to one of open discussion and extemporaneous conversation. During a forum, each speaker is allotted approximately one minute in which to state his views on the topic. The remainder of the debate is given to cross table discussion and further clarifications. The purpose of the Forum Club is to develop any forensic talents a boy might have by improving his pronunciation, stage presence, by eliminating his bashfulness and improving his working vocabulary. In the Forum Club there is no membership without participation. With the growing interest and membership, the next step would seem to be a debating team representing the school. The Class of 1959 hopes that this will soon be a reality and extend their con¬ gratulations and appreciation to Mr. Sallen and the members of the Forum Club for their fine presentations. DISCUSSION CLUB President . Frank Falvey Vice President . Herbert Starr Secretary . Stanley Chase Faculty Advisor . Mr. William Devore Advocating a program of informal debates, the Discussion Club of The English High School, under the direction of Mr. William Devore, has succeeded in having another year of interesting as well as informative meetings. With subjects ranging from Sputnik and Red China, to Elections and the World Series, the Discussion Club offers an excellent opportunity for a boy to become more aware of the world which surrounds him. Sincere thanks from the officers and members of the Discussion Club go to Mr. Devore, without whose assistance and guidance the organization would not be able to function at its present level. CAMERA CLUB ■ President . Alan D. Sable Vice-President .:. Eric B. Loth Secretary . Gerald C. Murray Treasurer . Mathew J. Carino During the year, talks have been presented by members of the English High School Camera Club on all phases of this hobby. Lectures relating to the shooting, developing and printing of photographs have been offered. Field trips were organized to enable the “camera bug” to gain better knowledge of usage and technique. The Camera Club, too, boasts of its own dark-room., The Class of 1959 extend their sincere thanks to Mr. O’Neill, without whose guidance and co-operation, the program could not have been fully realized. GLEE CLUB Once again. The English High School Glee Club has had another successful year. Under the tutelage of Mr. Famiglietti and the directon of Mr. Repetto, an interesting and entertaining selection of choral music was presented at several school functions. The Glee Club performances are not. however, the sole activity of its members. Many of its members have formed trios and quartets, singing at the annual English High School Variety Show, as well as on their own. THE LIBRARY Library Corps — Philip Davis, George Dunderdale and Robert Shea The English High School is proud of the fact that we have the best equipped library in the Boston School Department. Our library contains over five thousand volumes covering many different and diversified fields. In addition, the library con¬ tains over five hundred general reference books covering every imaginable subject available for the use of the students and teachers. During an average school week over six hundred students use the library facilities and Miss Irene E. Kelly, librarian, has to turn many boys away due to lack of room. Miss Kelly is assisted in her work by an efficient Library Corps made up of boys who have commendable scholarship marks and high personality marks. These boys are selected by the librarian after recommendation by their instructors. The school is grateful for the efforts which these boys expend on behalf of their school. .- M ' JJ5L jay j M " MEN OF HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT " At the English High School, we are most fortunate in having many scholarships and awards available to us to help lessen the financial burden of a college education. Alumni of The English High School have long made it a practice to contribute large sums of money to the trustees of the school to be used for encouraging scholarship: Franklin Medals, Flint Scholarships at M.I.T.. the Hayden Foundation Scholarships, the Walter Downey Scholarships, the Edward Goulston and Clarence Walker Scholarships, the Alber t H. Wiggin and the New¬ man Sibert Awards, and Albert Fern- Walker Scholarship to Harvard, to mention only a few. During this past school year, several new awards, and scholar¬ ships were established. Foremost among these was the establish¬ ment of an annual $500 scholarship to help worthy boys with promising futures. This award was established by a noted Boston industrialist, Joseph Kaplan. Class of 1915. In addition, manv awards are presented to outstanding mem¬ bers of the undergraduate body. Foremost among these are the Lawrence Prizes, awarded for outstanding achievement in the various courses of study, ' and the Undergraduate Scholarships awarded to students whose records in scholarship, reliability, man¬ ner and cooperation are the highest in their respective classes. Thanks to the Fashion Show, sponsored by the Home and School Association, the school was given five $100 scholarships for needy seniors going to college. Because of the encouragement provided by the donors of these scholarships and because of the enthusiastic efforts of Mr. Malone and the members of the faculty, the class this year has evidenced an exemplary attitude towards their studies. Martin A. Barrol won the Thirty-third High School Contest conducted by the American Association for the United Nations. And, John Congdon repre¬ sented the school at the Student Government Day at the State Capitol. Stanley Chase and James Killian attended the Fourth Annual Assembly of the Atlantic Treaty Association for NATO. Allen Berger, Stanley Chase, Kevin Ci»tv, Frank Falvey, Austin Greene, John Grindal, Robert Kilduff. Rosario Tosiello, Peter Vergados, and Alan Waldman represented English High School at the Seventh Annual session of the Model L’nited Nations General Assembly held at Harvard College. On the Student Exchange Program with Needham High School were Stanley Chase, John Grindal, Francis Ronan, Rosario Tosiello, and Alan Waldman. Also, a group of 35 students took part in the AFL-CIO Annual Scholarship Award Examination. The Senior Class expresses its deepest gratitude to the faculty of the school for their helpful advice on deciding careers, choosing colleges, and obtaining scholarships. Mr. Frazier and other mem¬ bers of the College Entrance Committee have been of invaluable aid to the Senior class. Urrr A. Barroi, thirty-third annul k laocnc by b? Am dec for tite Untied Narinrv Sr.:;i: Go entree: Repr esen ta tiv e. John Ccra- iom “Strident Go - me ter: Day is a re oerr l ne-cr n trrc cn wider we rar rc-nr-am the inrcrraree of gj : rr every Tcc:rrr.b rirrrer or iris CoMnonveakh. 3 m. Act of tire Gererai Ccur: in 194 ' . die second r bdiy — Vfaiti: is set asde Manly in crier i: student recre- sen tames of ad pub 3c, prr.xte, art career ai red scb.cc is in Masxacr asetrs ran ccccat rr:c“cnn at tie Sta:e House in cite are rcanrer as tde Generai Court and edn state cccen. arc fee the fertnai ob s er v ance of tr.is fav iz the scbtccLs of tee Cooaoowaha Honorable Foster Ftmoolo Grrrrur :if Cmnj«nwi:t : ' l ara ta n Allen Berger, Stanley Chase, Kevin Curry, Frank Falvey, Austin Greene, John Grindal, Robert Kilduff, Rosario Tosiello, Peter Ver- gados, and Alan Waldman represented English High School at the Seventh Annual Session of the Model United Nations General As¬ sembly held at Harvard College. Delegates to the New England Scholastic Press Association con¬ vention and members of the Boston Globe High School Editors’ Club were Robert C. Ernst, David W. Haley and Francis G. Ronan. These same men of English capably represented the student body at the Governor’s Youth Committee this year. Delegates to the New England Scholastic Press Association conven¬ tion and members of the Boston Globe High School Editors’ Club were Rob¬ ert C. Ernst, David W. Haley and Francis G. Ronan. These same men of English capably represented the student body on the Governor’s Youth Committee this year, On the Student Exchange Program with Needham High School were Stanley Chase, John Grindal, Francis Ronan, Rosario Tosiello, and Alan Waldman. Representatives to Junior Economic Seminar at Boston College were Stan¬ ley Chase, Rosario Tosiello, Kevin Curry, William Green, and Frank Falvey. Representing English High at the Boston Rotary Club lunch¬ eons, were Robert C. Ernst and John W. Grindal. Winner of the New England Amateur Chess Championship Tournament for 1959 was James O ' Keefe. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Excerpt from the Charter of the English High School Chapter of the National Honor Society “Know all Men by these Presents, that Whereas, character, scholarship, leader¬ ship, and service are cardinal qualities worthy of encouragement in all schools, there¬ fore the National Honor Society of Secondary-School Principals gwes, grants, and delegates through the authority of this charter the privilege and w v establish, conduct, and administer the English High School of Boston C is a local chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools.” The members of the National Honor Society Chapter of Boston English High School were nominated on the basis of their having consistently attained honor-roll marks during the school year, the number of juniors selected being equal to half the number of seniors eligible. Belonging to this exclusive group was an honor and a privilege which served as incentive for others to join. Those whose names appear on the scroll of the Honor Society also appear elsewhere conspicuously. In sports and other extracurricular activities, these men are prominently represented. Our class may well be proud of its members who belong to the nation-wide organization. We wish them luck. We know that they will be among those who will lead the way in bringing honor and credit upon the name of the Class of 1959 of the English High School of Boston. SENIOR LAWRENCE PRIZE WINNERS English E4 Frank G. Lund 116 E4B Frank Frattaroli 107 E4C Francis G. Ronan History HU Frank Lund HUC Rosario Tosiello HW Steven C. Salidas Spanish 3 William R. Moore 117 Math M4 Raymond S. Schwartz 119 M7 Charles M. Diamond 113 Science P3 Edward F. Smith C4 Raymond S. Schwartz Ps William H. Connor, Jr. Commercial BK3 Lawrence LaMonica 113 OP2 Frank Lund 116 Md2 Ronald Berkowitz 101 T2 William Nunnally 117 Ec Rosario Tosiello 219 SENIOR HONOR ROLL — 1959 — John K. Benjamins Allan H. Berger Ro.iald S. Biggar ' Vil ' ' ' m H. Connor ie j Chaskelson am F. Dee iony V. DePalma . ..joert J. Douchis William F. Goldman Robert E. Gramer Donald E. Harke Paul C. Howell George H. Johnson James E. Killian Jeffrey G. Kliman Shoon H. Lee Frank G. Lund Thomas G. McGrane Francis X. McGrath Alan P. Maltz John B. Marani Edward J. Meffan Stephen H. Meyers Thomas J. Minichiello Frederick S. Monticone William R. Moore James R. O’Keefe James M. O’Neil Donald S. Peck Clayton H. Roberts Francis G. Ronan Raymond S. Schwartz James M. Semchuk Martin S. Starr Alan J. Strudas Rosario J. Tosiello Angelo J. Veneto Harvey A. Wis eberg ALUMNI I’he English High School Association, an incorporated society of alumni, was founded in 1853, with the stated object of promoting the prosperity and usefulness of the English High School of Boston: First, by fostering and increasing the interests natural to all graduates in this, generally their last, home of school life. Second, by increasing, in such ways as may from time to time be deemed expedient, the facilities of the school for affording a thorough commercial and general education to the youth of the city. Third, by rendering such aid, financial or otherwise, to the pupils of the school, or graduates, as their circumstances may require; and Fourth, by promoting and preserving acquaintances and friendship between those who have been associated as pupils and teachers of the school. To promote these aims, the association has presented to the school valuable works of art; has raised a fund the income of which is to be used in aid of deserving pupils: has founded scholarships which are awarded at the annual graduating exercises to boys who have won them competitively on the basis of sound character and high scholarship. English High Srljool Association Founded 1853 President, TIMOTHY J. REGAN, ’25 Exec. Vice-President, JOSEPH L. MALONE, Head Master Vice-President . LOUIS MUSCO, ’29 Treasurer, ROWE A. GLADWIN, 98 Secretary, JOSEPH LAPIDUS, ’23 Directors Victor Bynoe, ’33 Howard Rains, ’29 James Egan, ’25 William J. Stewart, Jr., ’37 T rustees Charles J. Fox, ’06 Rowe A. Gladwin, ’98 Alton H. Grauman, ’20 ... iliXIittf Joseph L. Malone, Joseph McKenney, Dr. Joseph Burnett, Assistant Superintendents Leo Daly and William Ohrenberger, Gen. Timothy Regan and Lou Musco. Attorney John P. Tierney, a member of the Class of 1944, is a most admired member of the Boston School Committee. He has earnestly endeavored to be¬ come the man of honor and achievement that he is and has given great consideration to English High in his present position. CAPTAIN IRVING T. HOWE, JR., U.S.A.—A member of the class of 1947, and Regimental champion, Capt. Howe became inter-collegiate champion at Boston College. His sincere in¬ terest in English High was illus¬ trated when he took time off from duty in the Mid-East to attend the Annual Homecom¬ ing. THE HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION This year has been a very successful one for the Home and School Association. Under the leadership of its highly qualified officers, the Association has done its utmost to improve relations between the teachers and the parents. Co-operation a product educated to its fullest capacity. The school seeks the co-operation of the parents because only with their supervision can the student carry out an effective study program. The Association has helped to bring about a more intensified inter¬ est on the part of the parents toward school work and home study. Indeed; the English High School Home and School Association deserves the highest praise for the capable manner in which it has helped to make ours one of Boston’s leading schools. OFFICERS President .. Mrs. Harry Bloom Vice-President . Mrs. Eric Loth Secretary . Mr. I. Michael Sallen Treasurer . Mr. James L. Higgins %$ ft y fc» v v au mV • ,mA i’m i . CV v n - ? f 1 ' sy-t- BBkjfct 4km HD UK ’ L ijB. he JSKSKm kWj yj] D | |L?.l kV : JHk «r jaSB X m r JBk t ' ■ , 1 .. : %| yWj B BejJ wwppfc m 1 1 V«Ra|E j?m VZIpI ' Af j HIfr v V Hp 1 ' i t IH - -• wrfyj I ' 0 ' :y wlj ■ m |l jp; IHiy . 15 S ' ‘in ? $ f ILaa 4L -jLV vit - ip c? 1 fiErw Ik -,J z » “ ■ m - - ' IXv ,J p;1 ■ Y —..- i , ,;V .J2U-,1 -34. -• -, .: w {i ' V V ? ’ ' tVJH sa ... " t , . . ..■ - J V■ ■ . r FOOTBALL First row (I. to r.): Joseph Bruno, David Pochini, Albert Kassatly, John Duggan, Joseph Manna, Kenneth Kiriacopoulos, Lincoln Chandler, Phil Martell, Richard Areglado, John Congdon. Second row (1. to r.) : Coach Stewart, John Howard, Anthony Lu- Volo, Frank Sgarano, Randolf Benn, Julian Peterson, Robert Bouyer, Peter Vergados, Paul McCabe, Patrick J. King (asst, coach). Third row (1. to r.): Headmaster Malone, Charles Flynn, Martin Coleman, William Donahue, Steven Marder, Anthony Caraco, Robert Rooney, Donald Potts, Robert Messina, Thomas Kelley, Fred J. Gillis, Jr. (asst, coach). Fourth row (1. to r.) : John Hogan (manager), Ronald Thompson, John Lehmann, Paul Healy, Ted Larsen, Anthony Zambello, Karlis Kirsis, Joseph Ryan, Victor Bynoe, Barry Goldman (man¬ ager), William MacDonough (asst, coach). This season the squad practiced long and hard on an unknown pasture across from Emmanuel. This arrangement wasn’t particularly looked upon with great admiration, since the players had to carry their bodies and equipment the length of Avenue Louis Pasteur. Mr. Stewart, with his coaching staff of Mr. Gillis, Mr. King and Mr. McDonough, had to work with a green backfield and a very strong and stable line. Back from last year’s varsity were Dave Pochini, halfback, and Phil Martell. fullback. Jack Lehmann, Dick Are¬ glado, Pete Vergados and Line Chandler all moved up from the J. V. squad. Charlie Flynn plays either center or left half and was a member of last year’s varsity. On the line are co-captains Joe Manna and Kenny Kiriakopoulos, both back from last year’s Co-City Champ team. Bob Messian, Joe Bruno, A1 Kassatly, John Congdon, “Farmer” Mike ‘Tracey, and Steve Marder are some of the other surviving veterans of Mr. Gillis’ regime. English 6 South Boston 8 The first game every year is the jamboree game. The idea of this is that every school in the Boston Conference will play a team it will not meet during its regular schedule and, therefore, a school which is out of its class. The game does not count and is only played for half the time of a regular game. This year, English was matched against South Boston. Last year, Southie was a very strong team and proved as much this year — much to our dis¬ may. It was a warm Friday afternoon in late September with the mercury reading about 80 degrees. Before the players even stepped onto the field they were drenched with sweat. The English eleven looked lively as they took their places on the field. English received the kick and a few plays passed by. Then with only six minutes played in the game, little Dicky Areglado, starting for his first time in varsity football, got his hands on the ball and ran 70 yards for a T. D. This was the highlight of the game, but the six points did not win the game. The points after were no good. Southie then retaliated and tied the score 6-6. They were not satisfied to leave it that way, but made the extra points good and won the game 8 - 6 . On October 3, 46 men of the mighty football squad journeyed to Groton School, Groton, Massa¬ chusetts to play the 68th Annual Classic football game. This spirited contest-) established in 1892, is looked upon as the oldest rivalry in the country played between the oldest public high school and one of the top rated private schools. The first game of the season for both English and Groton resulted in a decisive victory for Eng¬ lish, our second win in the last four years. During the second period, after several good runs by Line Chandler, Phil Martell scored a T. D. from the three-yard line. The attempt for the extra points were unsuccessful. Groton retaliated in the same period but missed the points after. Halfway through the third period Bob Bouyer blocked a punt on Groton’s twenty-yard line and Joe Bruno recovered on the ten. Groton’s defense pushed the mighty Blue eleven back to the fifteen, where Jack Lehmann faded back and threw a twenty-yard pass to Line Chandler for another six points. Again English missed the extra points. In the fourth quarter Phil Martell intercepted a pass and ran twenty yards for a touchdown. This time English tried for the extra points by kicking, but again were stopped, as the kick was blocked. The final score was — English 18, Groton 6 — but in sixty-eight years of this gridiron rivalry, English has only won fifteen of the sixty-eight games. English 8 Technical 14 English won the toss and elected to receive. The whole first period was played in Tech’s territory because of the Blues’ strong defense. English threatened early in the second period but lost the ball on downs. Tech raced to our fifteen but was stopped. Dick Areglado ran off a quick 20 yards for a first and ten. Jack Lehmann tossed a pass to Line Chandler, who ran 65 yards for a touchdown. Lehmann plowed through the line for the extra two points. Tech remained scoreless until fifteen seconds left in the half, when they broke around the end for a T. D. During the third quarter, Tech broke loose again and scored another T. D., making the final tally English 8, Tech 14. English 24 Trade 6 English won the toss. Steve Marder intercepted a pass on the 35-yard line to set up a touchdown for Dick Areglado. The try for the two points was unsuccessful. Trade could hardly move the ball against our strong defense. After Dick Areglado and Line Chandler made a series of good runs, Jack Lehmann completed a pass to Bob Messina for a touchdown. Areglado scored the two extra points, making it 14 to 0 after the first half. Early in the second half, Trade was trapped in the end zone by Bob Bouyer and Bill Johnson for a safety and two more points for English. Bob Messina in¬ tercepted a pass and Areglado ran around the end for another score. Phil Martell rushed for the two extra points, making the score 24-0. Trade scored on a bad pass from center into the end zone and Trade fell on it for their only score. English 34 Dorchester 0 This score is quite different from that of last year when Dot defeated English 18-7. We like to think that our team has improved that much. As you can see from the score, there were many stars in the game and a complete effort by our superb team. Richie Areglado scored touchdowns, as did Line Chandler. Phil Martell kicked two extra points and rushed for two more. Randy Benn also scored for the final tally. There were very few passes, so. this meant ground plays which were ex¬ tremely difficult, since it rained through the entire game and the field was muddy and the pigskin very slippery. The line played well on Both defence and offence. Jack Lehmann gained a lot of ground. This gain was good, although conditions were un¬ favorable. The score must have comforted the players somewhat when they returned to the locker room to remove the loam from themselves. English 36 B. C. High 0 The English eleven, remembering the 51-6 triumph last year, looked for the same this season. In the first four minutes of the game, Dave Pochini took the ball in the end zone and ran 105 yards for a T. D. The extra point was good. B. C. found the pigskin too slippery and English moved to the 28-yard line where Phil Martell unsuccessfully at¬ tempted a field goal. Again the Blue and Blue drove with Areglado receiving a pass and going over for the T. D. This time the point was no good. At the half the score was English 14 and B. C. 0. B. C. kicked to start .the half. A few plays and a pass to Areglado produced another T. D. for the Blue, but the point after was lost again. B. C received but fumbled and Flynn dropped on the pigskin. Lehmann completed a pass to Bouyer for yardage. Areglado drove to the one and over for a T. D. He also scored two more points. B. C. found it necessary to punt and gave speedy Are¬ glado another opportunity for a T. D. which he accepted with open arms by catching a pass and carrying the ball over for a T. D., and the final score of the day, 36-0, was not as good as last year’s score, but B. C. was held scoreless. English 12 Technical 12 The English eleven meeting with Technical for the second time this season looked for a better score than was the Tech triumph of the first game. A lot of action took place in the first period, including four punts, but no score was made. Tech recovered a costly English fumble and went over for a score, but the Blue blocked the extra point. In the third quarter, Tech ran the ball 45 yards for a T. D. and with a score of 12-0 it looked like another loss for English. The Blue fumbled twice before moving the ball to the 15 for a first and 10, and used all four plays to score. A few plays, punts, and fumbles and the mighty Blue eleven found themselves on the ten-yard line. Lincoln Chandler carried the ten yards for the T. D. but the badly needed extra points for a win were missed and English had to settle for 12-12 tie. English 24 Trade 12 Areglado’s three touchdowns eased English to a 24-12 win over Trade. Charlie Flynn’s hard play¬ ing, and Chandler’s hard fast driving all through the game proved helpful. Trade took the first score on a 20-yard pass play. English retaliated when Areglado ran 50 yards for a T. D. Chand¬ ler and Martell set up another touchdown for Areglado and this gave th e mighty Blue a six-point lead. English drove again and Areglado moved the pigskin to the 4. Chandler took it over for another six points. Charlie Flynn made a spectacu¬ lar tackle on our 7-yard line, but Trade drove over for their final T. D. Robert Messina intercepted a pass on Trade 35 and moved to 25. Areglado then ran 25 yards for the final T. D. English, with the help of Areglado, Chandler, Messina, and Martell moved to another decisive victory. English 36 Dorchester 0 The game before the big game resulted in an impressive score of 36-0. In the first quarter, Areglado scored two T. D. and Chandler one. Areglado, along with Messina, scored a conversion apiece. This made the score at the end of the quarter 22-0. The second quarter was scoreless, when Randy Benn’s 55-yard run T. D. was called back. The second half was less score mounted but just as thrill packed. Two more touchdowns and one more conversion gave the mighty Blue a score of 36-0. The victorious team greatly anticipated their next game and practiced harder in the next week than all the rest of the season put together. English 24 Latin 26 Thanksgiving Day morning, crisp, clear and sunny, arrived to find a crowd of 12,000 on hand at Harvard Stadium awaiting the 71st annual schoolboy football classic between an underdog English High School team arid an undefeated Latin School eleven. The Blue and Blue were not long in demonstrating that the press box prophets might be wrong. Dick Areglado carried the ball over for the first touchdown of the day, climaxing a 65 yard drive featured by short line plunges and end sweeps. The extra point attempt Co-captains: Kenneth Kiriacopoulos and Joseph Manna. was stopped. The next score came unexpectedly. Latin School was on the offense and on a third down and six called a short pass to the right side. The pass was thrown by the Latin quarterback only to be intercepted by Ken Kiriakopolus, E.H.S. captain and All-Conference tackle, who scam¬ pered 52 yards with amazing speed for a lineman, to make the score 12-0. Later in the half Dick Areglado carried the leather over the goal line for his second touchdown and English’s third. The extra point was missed for the third time. In the last few minutes of the half, Tom Bilodeau, Latin’s outstanding junior quarterback, completed the first of his many passes for a touchdown . . . The half ended—English 18-Latin 6. The half time festivities, the combined English- Latin bands, trick drill teams representing both schools, gave way to a hustling E.H.S. eleven who featured the resumption of play with a 63 yard run by Dick Areglado. The score was now 24-6, English. The game seemed over. “Pep” McCarthy, the diminutive Latin School Coach, paced the sidelines in his anxiety. Messers. Stewart, Gillis and King leaned 1958 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 26 English—6 — South Boston—8 Oct. 3 English—18 Groton—6 Oct. 10 English—8 Technical—14 Oct. 17 English—24 T rade—6 Oct. 24 English—34 Dorchester—0 Oct. 31 English—36 B. C. High—0 Nov. 7 English—12 Technical—12 Nov. 13 English-—24 T rade— 12 Nov. 20 English—36 Dorchester—0 Nov. 27 English—24 Latin—26 back and thought of an Alumni dinner which would be much gayer because of a victory on this day. The English rooting section was happy. The Latin section sat glum in the prospect of having a flawless 8-0 record marred. The E.H.S. foot¬ ball players were excited. The Latin group, dis¬ mayed, bewildered, confused and on the verge of panic. But, as so often as has been said, the rest is history. At this point, Tom Bilodeau, the slender Latin quarterback, completely poised and unbe¬ wildered at the 18 point deficit took control of the Latin football machine and passed, ran and kicked the Latin eleven to what some older “grads” consider to be the finest game in the long series and also the finest single performance. Bil¬ odeau passed to his right end for a 95 yard TD, scooted 10 yards around right end for another and passed 35 yards for the last. The conversion on the last touchdown was successful and later proved to be the winning margin. A writer once wrote “The task of victory is never so sweet as it is- to the vanquished. " AMEN. The final score, English 24-Latin 26. Many thanks are due to coaches Stewart, Gillis, King and McDonough. Coaches: Joseph P. King, William Stewart, Frederick J. Gillis, .Jr. WINNERS OF VARSITY “E’ Richard Areglado Randolph Bonn Robert Bouycr Joseph Bruno Victor Bynoc Lincoln Chandler Jason Chunofsky Martin Coleman John Congdon William Donahue John Duggan Charles Flynn Barry Goldman Paul Healey John Hogan John Howard Albert Kassatly Thomas Kelley Kenneth Kiriacopoulos Ted Larsen Jack Lehmann Anthony LuVolo Joseph Manna Steven Marder Philip Martell Robert Messina Paul McCabe Julean Peterson Dave Pochini Donald Potts Robert Roonry Frank Sgarano Ronald Thompson Peter Vergados CROSS COUNTRY WINNERS OF VARSITY “E” Fallon, Stephen J. Biggar, Ronald Connor, William H. Cooper, Jackie Corcoran, Robert J. Coyne, Thomas P. Davis, Charles Fialka, Peter F. Fuller, Robert H. Goodman, Myron W. Goodwater, Joseph A. Gramer, Robert E. Hurley, Daniel J. Kachinsky, Joel Kachinsky, Philip Kalafatos, Michael Mandoza, Francis A. McVea, Charles A. Mulkeran, Marcus Ronan, Francis G. Sidell, Chester F. Simpson, John J. Theos, William Thompson, Ronald Venito, Joseph O. Wiggins, Barry E. The traditionally excellent English harriers had another gratify¬ ing season on the cross country course for this school year. Starting at the outset of classes in September with a team made up almost com¬ pletely of brand new and inexperienced candidates, our capable track coach Mr. Ronan commenced the tremendous amount of re¬ building which was neces sary to produce the type of team annually expected to emerge from the Blue and Blue halls. All the teams which the various schools throughout the city sent to White Stadium were strong and possessed notable potential. Besides Coach Ronan, Coach Carey of Technical High and Coach Grant of Charlestown High were out at the Stadium each afternoon instructing and advising all the enthusiastic harriers on matters concerning form, breathing, exercise, diet, stride, and timing. The weather was fine throughout the entire season of September and October and the afternoon practices were looked upon by most of the boys as a refreshing diversion from the schedule of classes during the day. After a few weeks of break-in and “getting into the swing of things”, the team began to shape up admirably. The initial event of the season was an inter-school race over approximately 4 5 of the regular cross country course. This was not an officially recognized contest and was held just to get the runners acquainted to the atmosphere of competition and to see how much progress had been made After this, the training began in sincere earnest and our first race on October 2 was held at the Stadium against New Bedford and Salem. The well respected New Bedford team was again sparked this year by John Silveria, last year’s State and New England champion, and the Blue and Blue had to settle for a second place. English was thirteen points behind New Bedford but ten points ahead of Salem. Despite the loss, twenty of our harriers broke the magic time of sixteen minutes, the limit for a varsity letter over the course of 2.6 miles. Another week of hard practice went by and on October 10 there was a meet with Needham. The day was hot, sweltery, and dry. This factor had much to do with the slower times of both teams and English came up with a second against Needham’s ace Donald Hooper and his team. The Blue and Blue harriers were not to be discouraged however and on October 16, the team ran as underdogs in the City meet against Technical, Latin, Dorchester and Trade. The Tech team had beaten the strong New Bedford team the previous week and English had her hands full. Dan Hurley’s victory for the Blue with an excellent time of 13:38 was all that was needed and our first meet to be won was accomplished by a margin of one point. The distinction of being city champs spurred the ambitions of the-team and the coming Regimental meet was looked forward to with enthusiasm. Again Dan Hurley skinned for the Blue and beat district Champion John Harrington with a time of 13:42. Dan’s excellent running, backed by the good times of Steve Fallon, Mark Mulkerin, Ron Biggar, and Bob Corcoran, was all that was needed to give English her sixth Regimental Championship in ten years. The team was very ably captained by Steve Fallon, our class president, and besides the leadership given it by those already mentioned, Pete Fialka, Charlie McVea, Joe Goodwater, and Barry Wiggins contributed much to the team’s status. The Blue was unique this year in that it enjoyed the continental touch of Mark Mulkerin from Galway, Ireland; Bill Theos from Sparta, Greece; Pete Fialka, who four years ago came from Austria; and, of course, Frankie Ronan, of West Rox- bury, Massachusetts. I This year, our track team had another successful year. We won all our dual meets, finished third in the State Meet, qualified two members of the team for the Nationals, Joseph Goodwater, Ted Turner and Barton Graham, who placed in the Nationals, and won the “reggies.” We started the year off right in beating Technical in our first dual meet of the season, 156-154. This was one of the most exciting meets of the year. Losing after the field events, we fought back to the score with only the three relays remaining. Due to a bad pass of the baton, our “C” relay was nosed out t f the finish line. Knowing that they had to win, the “B” and “A” relays gave everything they had and left Technical’s relays far behind. PRIZE WINNERS IN STATE MEET Relay: Joseph Goodwater, Robert Rooney, Jackie Cooper, Ted Turner. B. Henry Graham — High jump and 50 yard dash Joseph Goodwater — 300 yard run Stephen J. Fallon — third in 1000 yard run Dan Hurley -— third in mile run Our track team successfully defended its title by winning the “reggies”’ for the fortieth time in fifty-one runnings. This year the meet was fairly close until the mile, when Dan Hurley, Mark Mulherin, and Bob Corcoran took first, second and fourth respectively to just about clinch the victory. With some addition to the field event squad, we went into the running events of the meet, with a lead. This was the first time it has happened all season. Joe Goodwater tied the 440-yard run record with a time of 54.2 seconds, and our “B” relay, Potts, Brooks, Dilday and Brown tied the record of 1:21.4 set by the “B” relay of the 1948 team. WINNING RELAY Joseph Goodwater, Robert Rooney, Wesley Taylor, Ted Turner. The City Meet, although it is successful as far as the runners were concerned, was an unsuccessful meet for the team, due to the lack of field event men in general and short putters in particular. Losing once again after the field events, the run¬ ners staged another comeback, but fell short by 3 2 3 points. The final score of the meet was as follows: E. H. S. 101 5 6, Technical 105 1 2, Latin 71 1 2, B. C. H. 40 1 6. The Blue and Blue made a very fine showing in the State Meet, finishing a close third with 23 points. We had six prize winners in the State Meet; Bart Graham earned two prizes by winning the high jump and placing third in the 50-yard dash; Joe Goodwater won the 300-yard run in the record tying time of 33 seconds flat, Steve Fallon placed third in the 1,000-yard run, Dan Hurley placed third in the mile, and our relay team finished second. WINNERS OF VARSITY “E” Daniel Hurley Marcus Mulkeran Robert Corcoran Robert Bouyer Theodore Turner Robert Grenham Jackie Cooper Joseph Goodwater Robert Rooney Barry Wiggins Thomas Coyne Stephen Fallon Ronald Biggar Ronald Bigger Francis Ronan Wesley Taylor Barton Graham James Dilday Randolph Benn Walter Potts George Brown Barry Gamble Garry Lewis Ronald Harvey Joseph Bruno Paul Sampson Robert Jones Nathaniel Graham William Ferriabo ' ugh Robert Gramer Co-Captains: Joseph Goodwater, B. Henry Graham, Francis Ronan. HOCKEY First row (1. to r.) : John Lehman, Donald Skendarian, Charles Butler, Ronald Cuneo, George Rothwell (captain), William Golden, David Walsh, Peter O’Brien, Arthur Jones. Second row (1. to r.): Coach Stewart, David Ryan (manager), Rich¬ ard Jones, Joseph Gillen, Everett Joy, Charles Walsh, Lewis Galante, Herbert Spellman, Anthony Ciaramitaro (assistant man¬ ager), Ralph Dickson (assistant manager). Third row (1. to r.) : Richard Elia, Ronald Condon, Leo Horgan, Jack Larsen, William Dee, Robert 0‘Connor (assistant manager). ' ... - m The hockey team started its season under a great handicap as four players were ineligible for the first game. Since Tech, last year’s champ, was our first opponent we were battling uphill all the way. English took an early lead on Bill Golden’s goal on a pass from Pete O’Brien late in the first period. Tech equalled this in the second period and then forged ahead to win 4-1. It was a rocky start but we were not discouraged. In the second game English proved its mastery over a hard fighting Dorchester sextet. Capt. George Rothwell’s team jumped into a command¬ ing lead in the first period and were never headed. The smooth passing and fast shooting of Ronny Cuneo, Dave Walsh, Charlie Butler, Bill Golden, and Pete O’Brien smothered a gallant Dorchester effort. The final score was English 5, Dorchester 2. Our third game with the much touted South Boston team showed how well Coach Stewart’s fine teaching was taking hold. Excellent team play featured the work of both first and second lines. Golden and Cuneo accounted for four goals, three of them in succession. Don Sken¬ darian and Peter Jay teamed up for a pretty goal, and Skendarian and Charlie Butler followed with another. Charlie Butler scored one unassisted. On defense Dick Elia, Dave Walsh, and Captain Rothwell kept Southie’s ace Swirko under control. Final score, English 8, South Boston 3. A stubborn Trade sextet with Farley in the goal furnished plenty of opposition in the fourth game. Ronny Cuneo put English ahead in the first period. Trade knotted the count soon after, but with Bill Golden’s hat trick the game was safely stowed away. The excellent goal keeping of Jack Lehmann and Arthur Jones helped us tre¬ mendously. Score: English 4, Trade 1. A much improved Memorial team put up a good battle before we conquered them in our fifth game. Good covering and close checking featured Captain: George Rothwell WINNERS OF VARSITY “E” Joseph Gillen Peter O ' Brien Richard Elia Ronald Condon William Dee George Rothwell William Golden Arthur Jones Herb Spellman Leo Horgan Dave Walsh Ted Larsen Don Skendarian Richard Jones Ecerett Jay Ronnie Cuneo Charles Butler Louis Galante John Lehmann the game. Hilly Dee, Dick Elia, Pete O ' Brien, Dave Walsh and George Rothwell stood out for English. Final score: English 5, Memorial 2. The annual battle with our classic rival across the street featured the most exciting hockey of the season. Latin jumped away to an early lead and poured it on. As the final period started, the score was Latin 6, English 3. Ve couldn ' t seem to get untracked. With only five minutes left to play, it still looked like an easy Latin victory. But then things began to happen. Golden made it 6-4 when he rammed home a pass from O’Brien. Sken¬ darian, with about a minute to go dented the net on a feed from Butler. And with only 15 seconds left in the game, Golden blasted home a shot from Walsh and Butler to stun Latin. It was a gallant comeback and had the fans limp from excitement. Our second encounter with Tech was a closer battle than the first, but the result was the same. Tech capitalized on two quick goals and reverted to defensive hockey, except for a couple of break¬ aways that gave them two more. It took English a long time to get going and when the game was nearly over, we were just getting steamed up as we racked in two goals. Our hopes of a champion¬ ship went down the sluice, but we trained our sights on second place. starting with “Chips” Butler’s shot and ending winh one of the prettiest goals of the year by Dave Walsh and Ron Cuneo. English is at this point in third place, three points behind Technical arid one point behind Boston Latin. After playing a tension-filled, scoreless first period in which veterans of English shot every¬ thing but the proverbial kitchen sink at the Latin goalie, it was apparent English could not lose the game. Tremendously supported by a huge student turnout, the Blue and Blue pucksters became an inspired club in the second and third periods. Ron Cuneo, playing his best game of the year, rifled home a shot from just inside the Blue line to send English ahead. Six seconds later Dave Walsh rammed one past a stunned Latin net minder on a lead pass from Ted Larsen. English seemed a cinch for the Met. Tourney when Bill Golden slapped one in at the start of the third session. However, with four minutes remaining in the game, Latin struck for two goals eight seconds apart. Don Skendarian, Ron Cuneo, and Peter O’Brien turned in brilliant defensive efforts to stave off this dangerous rally. Jack Lehmann was magnificent in the nets, turning back many shots which were considered unstop¬ pable. All in all, the season was a success, with three of Coach Stewart’s boys elected to the all- star squad, and three in the top five scorers. Seniors Ronny Cuneo, Captain George Rothwell, and Bill Golden were the selections for the all¬ stars. Golden, Charlie Butter and Peter O’Brien finished first, fourth and fifth respectively in the scoring. Dorchester High, perennial doormat of the City League, was the recipient of a barrage of English goals for the second time this season. From the opening whistle it was evident the Blue and Blue was going to enjoy an easy game. At only 50 seconds of the first period, Peter O ' Brien. The rout was completed when Butter and O’Brien rifled two goals past a helpless Dorchester goalie in the waning minutes. It may be noted that “Bad” George Rothwell received no penalties for the first time this season. Final score: 8-3. Troublesome Trade, conqueror of first place Technical, extended our hockey team for a whole period before Golden lit the lamp in the second session. There then followed four more goals BASKETBALL Hi First row (1. to r.): Bernard Skendarian, Arthur Merz, John Metz, John McGloin, Robert Messina, Skip Mortimer, Anthony Lu- Vuolo, Rodney Young, George Bishop, John Howard. Second row (1. to r.): Coach Gillis, Alden Fradkoff, Paul Tosi, Robert Rooney, Robert Ginden, Terrance Flaherty, Arthur Nova- koff (manager). English 61 Nips B.C. High 60 A spirited game was won by the Blue and Blue January fifth at the B.C.H. court. At the end of the first quarter English was down one point; at the half up one point. English started the fourth period with the score B.C.H. 43, E.H.S. 42. A final five minute drive netted the following: Bill Rooney 2; Rod Young 2; Tony LoVuolo 8. The score now stood at English 59, B.C.H. 60. The two winning points were scored by Tony LoVuolo’s accurate free throws.. English, 52 Trails Memorial, 57 English rallied from a 13 point-deficit to only a 5 point deficit at the end of the game. The high scorer of the game was six feet, four inch Jack McGloin. Despite the valiant attempts to regain lost ground by Skip Mortimer, Rodney Young, and Bobby Messina. Memorial won by five points. English Romps over Trade 79-55 January 15, 1959 marked a victory over Trade on their own court. In the first period we man¬ aged to get a lead of 6 points. As the half-time bell sounded, the score was E.H.S. 35—Trade 21. During the third and fourth periods 44 points were scored, 12 of them by Jack McGloin. Skippy Mortimer was high scorer with 18 points. English Upsets Technical At the end of the first 8 minutes English was down by three points. In the second period English held Tech to seven points while the Blue racked up 18. As the fourth period started the score was E.H.S. 46, Tech 30. Tony LoVuolo and Rodney Young each carried 17 points. Robert Messina sunk five baskets for 10 points. English Subdues Dorchester On January 22, the “live five” of English won over “Dot” by a score of 47-42. English came through the first period with a triumphant 7 point lead. As the half time bell rang, English led by 10 points. At the close of the third period the score read English, 37; Dorchester 35. Bob Messina scored six points in the fourth period to lead the team to another victory. English Beats Latin The Blue and Blue defeated their arch rival. LoVuolo got the team going when in the first quarter, he scored 7 of his 20 points. At the end of this period English was out in front by 12 points. The E.H.S. defensive plays stymied Latin so that by the half the score was Blue, 29; Purple, 13. Messina’s six points in the third period al¬ most insured our victory. The team went on to quell Latin with the final score: English 54, Latin, 37. English Over B.C. High B.C.H. had the edge over English in the first period of play by one point. English then roared ahead to lead at the half with the score: E.H.S. 29; B.C.H. 18. The third period was a scene of intense action. This quarter Bishop scored 8 of his 14 points, LoVuolo scored 6 of his 19 points. Bob Messina scored 5 of his 12 points, and Jack McGloin scored 3 of his 9 points. Score: English 67, B.C.H. 34. English Trounces Roxbury Memorial 48-45 In one of the best games of the year, English won in a three minute overtime. English led throughout the game but at the end of regulation play Memorial tied the score. Jack Howard, sub forward, sunk a basket and a free throw to win the game for the Blue. High scorers were Mc¬ Gloin, 2; Bishop, 10. English Wins Again The Trade game was our ticket to the Tech Tourney and this was punched by a score of 63 to 35 February 3. Skip Mortimer’s leg injury did not prevent him from scoring 6 points. McGloin and Bishop with 21 and 10 points, respectively, were the high scorers. Tech over English In the first period Jack McGloin’s five points were not enough to outscore Tech. English, 11; Tech, 17. At half-time Tech was still ahead. Tech: 31; E.H.S., 26. During the third period English started to roll. Jack Howard scored 6 points which helped bring up the score; English, 49; Tech, 51. In the final period English lunged forward LoVuolo scoring 6 points and Young, 7. Score: Tech, 77 ' English, 71. From the foul line English made 23% of their shots; Tech made 21% free throws. English, 23; Technical, 21. English Defeats Dorchester The first period ended with Dot. leading by one point despite LoVuolo’s 6 of his 8 points ' . In the second period Young scored 8 points but Dot. was still up. E.H.S., 35; Dot., 39. During the next period English attempted to make up the differ¬ ence. Jack McGloin scored 6 of the 13 points of that quarter. English, 46; Dot., 52. The English rally started. Jack Howard scored 11 points plac¬ ing Dot. only one point ahead. In the final five seconds of play Bob Messina sunk a running jump shot another English victory. English Wins City Championship English beat Latin to win the city championship at their court. Jack McGloin scored 12 points in the first period to lead the Blue and Blue on to a score of 22 points; Latin, 10. The second period saw Latin lessen our lead, but the great defensive action by Rodney Young kept us in the lead, score: E.H.S., 33; B.L.S., 32. In the next period Skip Mortimer scored 8 points in the third quarter to put us ahead by 8 points. Period four was rough. Both English and Latin were at their best, Tony LoVuolo racked up 6 points and Bob Messina, 5. High scorer was Jack McGloin. Final score: Blue and Blue, 72, Purple and White, 65. WINNERS OF VARSITY “E” Robert Messina Arthur Metz William Mortimer Arthur Novakoff George Bishop Terrance Flaherty John Howard Tony LuVuolo John McGloin William Rooney Bernard Snyder Paul Tosi Robert Guindon Rodney Young BASEBALL -J, A. •» am ▼ • ' 3 • • ' - T 5 m. rf..: ' ▼ •v. L« i T ’ - 0 •% , l.% i- J S First row (1. to r.): Coach Stewart, Charles Kassatly, Robert Messina, Captain David Cohen, Kenny Marrotta, Patrick Luongo, Second row (1. to r.): Leo Donahue, William Mortimer, Robert Guindon, John McGIoin, Ted Larsen, Gerald Mtirray. McVea, Albert Pochinr, Peter Joseph Ryan. Donahue, Skip Robert Bouyer, About two weeks before April vacation a warm wind blew up from the deep South, carrying with it Baseball disease. This disease latched on to Coach Stewart and the baseball candidates. A few days of practice were held in the tarred back yard, then was moved to Billings field. The practice paid off in the first two games when the team collected forty points with combined scores. All positions were heavily contended for. Captain Pochini and Gerry Murray fought it out for second base. Dave was scheduled to start but valuable Gerry was kept on. Bob Messina and Basketball captain Skip Mortimer decided the short stop position. Bob Guindon took over first base and was welcome to it. To finish off the infield Charles McVea held down third base and did a good job in the lonely corner. Out in right field Peter Cohen battled it out with A1 Kassatly. Bob Bouyer and Pat Luongo both had their eye on center field while Leo Donohue in left field filled out the pasture. Holding down the plate and protecting the umpire was Ken Marrotta, occasionally relieved by Joe Ryan. The pitching staff looked unusually well this year with Jack McGIoin, Bill 1 Donohue, and Ted Larsen holding down the mound. McGIoin played very good basketball and if he has as much luck finding the strike zone as he did the hoop, he will be very impressive. The array of talent on this Year’s club is sprinkled with outstanding players who have performed well in previous years but on the whole, the squad is comprised heavily of juniors and sophomores who can look forward to another year or so of Varsity baseball. BASEBALL SQUAD Dave Pochini, Capt. Jerry Murray Skip Mortimer Joe Ryan Pat Luongo A1 Kassatly JacJc McGloin Ken Marrotta Captain: David Pochini Bob Guindon Bob Messina Peter Cohen Bill Donahue Leo Donohue Ted Larsen Bob Bouyer Charles McVea BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 17 English 3 Groton 4 April 22 English 19 Dorchester 5 April 24 English 21 Trade 1 April 28 English 12 Technical 2 May 1 English B. C. High May 2 English Lawrence May 5 English Latin May 12 English Dorchester May 15 English Technical May 17 English Trade May 22 English B. C. High May 26 English Latin OUTDOOR TRACK The outlook for this year’s outdoor track team is extremely bright. Unlike the indoor team, this team which has a strong field events team to go along with its superior running team, could go all the way. With men such as Bart Graham, Wesley Taylor, and Brown in the 100 yard dash; Joe Goodwater, Jackie Cooper, and Donald Potts in the 220 yard dash; Bob Gramer, Nathaniel Graham, Mike Kalafatis, and James Dilday in the 440 yard run; Steve Fallon, Ronald Bigger and Ed Fuller in the half mile; Dan Hurley, Bob Corcoran, Bill Theos, and Mark Mulkerin in the mile; Ted Turner and Hayward Jones in the high hurdles; Barry Wiggins, and Randy Benn in the low hurdles; Bob Bouyer, Joe Manna, and Bob Guindon putting the shot; Frank Ronan and Steve Fallon in the pole vault; Bart Graham and Barry Gamble in the high jump; Ted Turner and Nathaniel Graham in the running broad jump; Joe Bruno and Ken Kiriacopoulos throwing the discus; John Congdon and Reginald Johnson throwing the Javaiin; and a relay team made up of Wes Taylor, Bart Graham, Ted Turner and Joe Goodwater, forming the nucleus, it is almost a certainty that this team will beat any team in this area and could easily win the State- Meet. i OUTDOOR TRACK SCHEDULE April 21 Field Events April 22 English, Trade, Dorchester April 28 Field Events April 29 English, Technical, at Newton May 5 District Field Events City Field Events May 7 City Meet May 9 Belmont Relays May 12 Regimental Field Events May 13 Regimental Meet May 16 G.B.I. Meet May 22 St? e Meet May 23 State Meet GOLF Vacation week the candidates for the English High golf team met at Franklin Park Golf Course, under the supervision of Mr. Simmons. We played a few holes and we found that we had a potential city championship team. Our first match of the season was with Hyde Park. We had previously thought this would be the toughest match of the season. We won though, hands down. This means, more or less that we should have no trou¬ ble in defeating the rest of the city including our friends across the street. CO-CAPTAINS GOLF SCHEDULE Hyde Park April 23 Memorial April 28 Roslindale May I Trade May 8 St. Sebastian May 11 South Boston May 13 Dorchester May 15 Jamaica Plain May 18 Latin May 22 GOLF SQUAD 5-4 9-0 Leo Morgan Robert Shea Co-Captains Leo Horgan, Bob Shea Francis Fraccastoro Eric Loth Fred Schmitt Charles Butler Dick Hoffman Rich Nashawaty First row, left to right: Fred Schmitt, Francis Fraccastoro, Leo Horgan and Robert Shea, Co-Captains, Charles Butler, John Hurley, Richard Nashawaty. Second row, left to right: Thomas Rowley, Robert Horgan, Richard Hoffman, William Connolly, Eric Loth, Edward Sullivan, Allan Traiger. TENNIS First row, leu 10 rigm: v.oacn Willits, Ray Barrow, Joseph Pallingher, Donald Harke, William Golden Captain, Henry Shapiro, Robert Shimkus, Peter Kohl. Second row, left to right: Herman Weinberg, David Wish, Robert Sadowski, Thomas Anderson, Edward McElroy, Edward Smith, Charles Gricus. After an impressive showing in the 1958 season, the English High School tennis team is quite confident of wrestling the City Championship from arch-rival Latin. Evidence of this desire is witnessed in the two victories amassed so far. Captain Bill Golden and vet¬ eran Henry Shapiro have been joined by newcomers Donald Harke, Ray Barrow, Robert Sadowski, Robert Shimkus and Tom Anderson to form a very strong net team. Coach Willets, has done a fine job at organizing the matches proving interest in a wonderful sport. The Yearbook Staff extends its best wishes for a successful season. Captain William Golden TENNIS SCHEDULE April 14 English Trade April 16 English Hyde Park April 22 English Dorchester April 24 English Technical April 28 English Trade May 1 English B.C. High May 5 English Brighton May 7 English South Boston May 12 English Roxbury Memorial May 14 English Rosindale May 18 English Newton May 21 English Latin May 25 Singles Championship May 26 Singles May 27 Doubles Championships and Singles Semi-Finals May 29 Singles Final s and Doubles Finals Captain William Golden First row (1. to r.): Edward McFadd, David Wenners, Co- Captains, Robert C. Ernst, James Killian and Charles Gilmor. Second row (1, to r.): Coach Gillis, William Doherty, Richard Goldstein, Paul Healy, John Lehmann, and Michael Schwartz. CREW Co-Captains James Killian and Robert O. Ernst Crew has returned to English for the fourth year. The response to the call for candidates was magnificent. Mi. Gillis was swamped with 100 names, however the maximum number that could be accommodated was 30. Weather for the first week was poor, but practice continued quite reg¬ ularly. Bob Ernst was back for his fourth year and last season. Bob’s career on the crew started as a coxswain when he was a freshman and he advanced to stroke when he was a senior. Jim Killian, co-captain, and rowing bow, along with Charlie Gilmor, coxswain, are both graduating this year. Mr. Gillis does not mind losing these men too much since he has a number of seamen from the lower grades. Edward McFadd and Jack Lehman are working in well this Spring. Many of the small boys are eyeing the coxswain position but very few have been able to hang on to the tiller. In a week when the blisters have healed, the aches left, and the weather is warmer the crews will really take shape and permanent positions will be assigned. Robert Ernst, Co-Captain James Killian, Co-Captain Charles Gilmore Richard Goldstein John Lehman Edward McFadd Michael Schwartz David Wenners Paul Healy William Doherty CREW SCHEDULE May 7, 12, 14, 19 Varsity J.v. Light Weights Separate Runs— -one mile course May 21, 26, 28 Varsity J.V. Light Weights Separate Runs— -two mile course June 2 Varsity J.V. Light Weights Combined Run- —one mile course June 4 Varsity J.V. Light Weights Combined Run- —two mile course SWIMMING This year the English High School Swimming Team was under the leadership of Mr. Hayes who has divided his time this year by helping out the basketball team. The returning members from last year’s team are: George Dunderdale, Mike Morrell, John MacGuire, Peter Gillis, Guy David, and John Connors. This year we were once again combined with the boys from across the street in the Latin School swimming team. Many boys have asked the question, why do we combine our swimming with such a strong rival as Latin School. Well English and Latin have the only swim teams in the City of Boston under the Boston Public Schools Dept, and it would be foolish to enter our teams separately in competition, so we decided to combine both teams and we have impressed many of the outside schools with our talent. .Our main competition is devoted to private schools outside the City of Boston. Some of the meets include: The M.I.T. Freshman Worcester Academy Huntington Prep. Mission High (J.V. Meet) In the spring of ’58 The Blue and the Blue joined the Schools Sailing Club of Andover. This is an organization of various schools throughout Eastern Massachu¬ setts which sponsors races during the spring and the fall on the Mystic Lakes in Medford. The Club owns the boats and each school pays an entry fee which goes to cover the cost of keeping the boats in good repair and buying new boats. During the first two seasons we competed, we made poor but ever improving showings. This year, however, due to the increasing number of schools becoming interested in sailing we have only been able to reserve a boat for one day, May 2, 1959. Lest we may be discouraged though, this race is one of the most important of the season for it is the qualifying race for a race at M.I.T. on the Charles River later in the month. We shall do our best and with good wind we may bring home a trophy. So with our brothers in the scows The Blue and Blue takes to the water. K w 1 « » ' » P | Hi ff a j COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE FIRST REGIMENT First row: Leo Horgan, James Semchuk, John Duggan, Peter Fialka, Daniel Hurley, James Killian, Abraham Haddad, Chester Chin, Frederick Jackson. Second row: Samuel Pentas, John Benjamins, Richard Fishman, Alexander Robb, Robert Douchis, Allan Turover, John Grindal, Robert Leigh, James O’Donnell, John Hamlin, Robert Shimkus, Edward Marootian. Third row: Allen Brilliant, Kenneth Opin, Albert Smith, Harold Fedberg, Francis Foley, Harvey Topolsky, Neil Moriarty, James O’Neil, Rosario Tosiello. THE FIRST REGIMENT Col. James Killian Lieut. Col. Kenneth Opin Major Stephen J. Fallon Major Daniel Hurley Major Abraham Haddad FIRST REGIMENT MANUAL OF ARMS WINNERS Francis Belmonte Dominic DeFrenzo Gerald Cox Francis Zarella Alan Curtis Bruce Fraleigh Earl Smith Anthony Aniello Harold Prefontaine William Taylor Francis Mandoza Richard Tacelli L % REGIMENTS First row: Frank Lund, David Haley, Philip Davis, Charles Gibbons, Ernest Oliviera, Antonio Cosentino, Charles Gil- mor, Raymond Schwartz, Alan Strudas, Eugene Casey. Second row: Anthony Palladino, William Dee, Winston Layne, Leo Roderick, Robert Ernst, Robert Garvey, George Hynes, Allen Maranofsky, Robert Belmore, Frank Falvey, John Green, Paul Howell, Joseph Veneto, William Jackson. Third row: Warren dayman, Barry Park, Gerald Murray, John Congdon, Bernard Redgate, Charles Amico, William Golden, Stephen Bell, Edward Lupo, Jeffrey Kliman, Arthur Jones, Paul Ricci, Allan Waldman, Frank Ronan, Stephen Fallon, David Pochini. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE SECOND REGIMENT SECOND REGIMENT Col. Frank G. Lund Lt. Col. Bernard Redgate Major Alan Strudas Major Angelo Veneto Major Gerald Murray SECOND REGIMENT MANUAL OF ARMS WINNERS Leslie Lewis William Platt Peter Rupp Edward Sullivan Eugene Wood Steven Brahman Robert Devlin Andrew Falanga Harold Freeman Paul Johnson TRICK DRILL Lt. Colonel Kenneth Opin Lt. Colonel Bernard Redgate Major Ernest Olivera Captain Richard Fishman Captain Fisher’s call for Drill Team candidates in September was answered by scores of enthusiastic cadets. Recruits spent their “basic” on the parade grounds, soon mastering the trick manual of arms. The team exemplified their school spirit at Home and School Association meetings throughout the year, at the Fashion Show and Memorial Day Exercises and during many other school occasions. Perhaps the best illustration of their meritorious action was displayed at the 72nd Annual Thanksgiving Day Classic. THE BAND THE DRUM BUGLE CORPS urt 1 L SR f m i m 1 ■rt i V 1 I 1 K . mm m « .% . IW -oX -• ' -y r 4 ,- m p- y« ! J .Jjf j 7 .■ Jm VALEDICTORY Tonight marks the end of a very important era in our lives. It has been com¬ pleted by all, by some successfully and by others not so successfully. It is a major step toward our individual goals. We have come to the end of the beginning of our preparation for the commercial, conforming, superficial life pursued by too many Americans today. Our years at English, to say the least, can never be for¬ gotten nor can they be thought of as only excessive work with no purpose and a general waste of time. Our years at E.H.S. have brought about profound changes in us which are likely to be retained by each until his death. Concerning the education we have gained at English High I can say, and I think it is the general opinion of my fellow classmates too, that besides the classroom instruction, much of which has been excellent, we have been taught how to learn for ourselves and this ability is to be more highly valued than any self satisfying general knowledge we may have picked up. Even more important than this, from our fellow classmates, our classroom instructors, and from the faculty advisors, we have learned a way of life—a practical way of living harmoniously to¬ gether. The education at English has been given in many important relationships to life. Our years here have left us many memories—the football games, prize drill competitions, the schoolboy parades, the prom, various assemblies, and a myriad others. We have all made friends here who probably will remain so throughout eternity. We have had the opportunity of experience at almost every type of work. A place of leadership was allowed to anyone who had the ambition. Our ex¬ perience at high school has prepared us well for our future lives. It seems that many countries and many schools in this country boast of their courses as being geared to prepare the student for life—they try merely to teach a way of life. Here, however, it is realized that experience and practice with proper guidance are the best teachers. Only in America is it possible to learn by doing and still make an occassional mistake. At E.H.S. our learning by doing and espe¬ cially our learning to live by living have given us a keen insight into the problems of other men and a definite concern for the rest of the world. Our real task is to bring happiness, security and peace to the oppressed and the lost people of the world and to oursleves. While we think of our futures we also look back and ask: what have we really learned? We feel pride from some of our experiences and regret from others. Everyone is sorry that he did not do a better job. No one is absolutely satisfied that he is perfect and has taken the fullest advantage of every opportunity to learn. Everyone will admit that he has made some mistakes and is willing to try to correct them, always trying to avoid them thereafter. Perhaps it is the willingness to admit and understand our own shortcomings, this ability to work toward a higher goal, to seek perfection and in understanding our own errors that we are most opulent. Many of my classmates, I believe, are destined to achieve greatness. Possibly it is in the sciences, in literature, in medicine, or in music that we will be able to boast a leader. Some of us will be financially successful only. Some will only attain honorable heights. Others I fear will wander endlessly through insecure and peaceless lifetimes. Whatever our fates may be, let us remember that it is we ourselves who are responsible for them. Each individual must make his own way in the world and he must strive to do nothing that he will ever regret. Our hap¬ piness depends more on how we use what we learn than it does on what we learn. We must have a clear sight and a keen sense of values, placing God and Heaven as our goals. One must concern himself with the important things in life and not let the little things disturb him. In closing I should like to say Thank You. Thank you to our teachers, to our school, to our classmates and most of all to our parents. —PAUL C. HOWELL l i. ' k ir M4 z.zMc fc juMl ry , JjMtfcA ' ' y-« : - ' a CJv«- -. y ' Uv A ' a- Lo , .v J a -Jl foaLJUn Jin " f MMP J Crftf- ($3 OlAjJO o (2zJI aLu (R Ju d £jL OAm rfa i s+ 4 £ - ? ' » , w! r ' .- J JL— ‘ J L Oyu- tJ i (y cAjitfu - yt«i-vijy ca lj - . -3jul 3- 0 uMuj tim ’ a Z« « , M-, (?aJL A CJU e zl aAT r J . 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