Naugatuck High School - Greyhound Yearbook (Naugatuck, CT)

 - Class of 1926

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' 1 9 ' 9 . 1 ' 9 'V 9 MEMORABILIA Page Fifteen 26 LASS OF 19 C E TH Page Sixteen MEMORABILIA EDITORIAL The pulpoee of thle Ed1tox1al 1s to mculcate ln the mlnds of ou1 classmates some dCf'llll'LC standald of llfe and to f,,1ye them a motto whlch lf closely adheled to may bllflg forth that success xyhlch rlght fully belongs to ex e1y student gladuate of the class of 1926 We ale gomg, folth 1nto thls turbulent xx olld some nlnetv bovs and ,g,1rls xy 1th gleat amoltlons and xy 1th more or less hxgh ldeale but do not let us be a part of the huge mase of drlftlllf, hum n ilotsam that IS float mg on the sea of th1S g,ene1at1on let us FIQG abox e all contamlnatlng and soul destloymg, mfluences and let us haxe our feet on fum and solld lock Let us stux e xx 1th all of ou1 healt and boul to keep both our body and our m1nd clean Let UQ l1XQ Pure ' Clasemates let us set before us an ldeal and never permlt It to be shattel ed O1 destroyed Let us staxt ln the game of L1fe xx 1th a clean page and strlxe to keep 1t unsolled and unsullled Let us not have to repent ln future VQHIS of an act performed rashly IU the full bloom and lmpetuoelty of Youth Thxnk now ln the beg,1nn1ng of the pltfalls ahead and let us be plepared to meet them FO1tlfy ourselx es w1th a clean m1nd' Then IH thc toll and tubulatlon to come let us nex G1 forget that vxe ale honorable that xye do not cheat or l1e Let us yx eather the storms of Llfe xxlth the Knowledge that we ale stralght and Wlth the m1g,htv confidence that goee hand 1n hand xvlth Honesty and Uprlght ness Let us alxx ays lemembel to Speak T1 ue' Lylng, and D9C91t xxlll only emblttel us and make ou1 souls warped and stunted thmgs of ughness 'Ihey w1ll not bung, Happmess Vld8llC9t the 1eal Happlnees Fhex max form smug and hxpocrltlcal belngs of marled and talnlehed eouls but they xx1ll not bung, the feelln that be longs to and IS experlenced onlx by the man of Honol the feellng of Qelhshncss and Egotlem ale p11me Exlls of today the llllllgllt man Ol xfxoman ls alt1u1st1c and to a CCltdlIl extent sacllhclng., alxy aye he lb klnd and COllS1d612lt0 Let us cult1x ate the ab1l1ty to chooee the ught and to g,1xe our loyal suppo1t to 1tS cauee let us lox e and help om ne1g,hbor and nex 91 forget no mattel hoxx gleat the temptatlon to C3l1V aloft the banner of' Rl2.,l'1t6OLl9I'l9SQ In om futule I1x es xxe shall encounter many cases yx here ques UOIIS of llgllt and XVIOIU, ue belng settled and xyc shall be greatly tempted to choose the eas1cst xx av and the xx ay that IS most lJC,l19f1C13.l to our xxelfare but vxe must lose the pal tmount thought of self and stllxe to be trulx helpful to oul felloxx belngs R1g.,ht VV rongl Flnally xxe should nex Cl folgct that thue IS an all SGGIHQ., Deity xx ho some d tx xx1ll dcm mud 1 lfLk0llll'1j., l tt us sclxc Hlm befole all nun tnd xyhtn Ill c nlls ltt Us go to llllll xxlth tht lxnoyxlulgt th tt oul motto h 18 alxx tx s bee n Llxe Pule mpeak Tlllt Rlgeht xV1m n lfolloxx fh11st the lung, Duntan C illasghel . . 1 s s ' ' . f ' L , l l l 1 V 'I 1 1. 1 1 1 11 Y l ' - s K 1 . ll, 1 ' 1- 1 ' '1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 L 7 K 1 1 T 1, V l i L , q .. . r 3 . h . . . 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M, k mae' 'M'ESrf 3 ff X, 1 " -'l f ., SH W LW 0 f f' Q , 1 P rx Anya 40' s fv . 9 I Q A K e ii' I A Q3 ' .I fu , Page Twenty MEMORABILIA TEAM LL OTBA FO E TH 2 2 . gif M g'F MEMORABILIA Page Twenty-One FOOTBALL Sholtlv aftel school began IH early Septembel Coaeh Foley lssued a call fo1 football candldates for 1925 He faced a sellous problem for not a legulal of last vears team was left The onlv yetelans were Captaln Bill X an Delft Ronny Lengyel blll Stex enson Jlm Patterson and Jlmmy Dlnnenv The hghtlnff sp1r1t of the boys howeyel com blned w1th the coachlng ab1l1ty of Pete Foley came to the fore and by October 2 the replesentatu es of the Garnet and Gray were xll j3l'1I'l1Qd fol then fust battle Danbury at Naugatuck lNaugy dlsplayed mld season form by tlOL1I1ClI1g' Danburv ln the openlng encounter by a 19 to 3 score The Garnet and Gray were ney er IH danger throughout the game for they outplayed Danbury both 111 defence and offence Daly plunged through the l1ne on an off tackle play for the sea son s flrst touchdown Naugatuck fans went wlld a few ITllHLlt8S latel when Lengyel glabbed a llghtmng llke pass out of the an and ran forty y uds fox another score Danbury scored on a bcautlful drop k1ck that thelr quarterback sent oy er the bals lNf1uffy ended thelr scorlng on an off tackle play when Johnnle Daly agaln took the ball oy er the lme After this Well earned X1Ct0lX football cr1t1cs and newspaper lepolters were predlct Southmgton at Naugatuck Lewls Hlgh of bouthlngton my aded thls town to oppose the Garnet and Glay IH the11 second game of the season Naugy agaln proy ed hex SLlD8llOI'1ty as a hghtlng te tm by taklng thexr strong opponents lnto camp by a 13 to 0 score The llne bucks of I attelson Hamrah ind Daly and the defenslxe w o1k ot lengyel and X an Delft 1DIOX6d to be the XY atexloo of Iew1s The boys hom OXGI the mount un adx tnced the b 1ll to Xaugy s go 11 lme sexual tlmes llllllllj., thc game but N tugy s belllgelent Slllllt oxele imc ill obstacles md Southlngton lttt the fleld mlnus a seole West Hartford at Naugatuck 'lo Xl est H lltffjld gots the Cl1St1IlCt10Il of lltilllf., the tnst team to eheek Nau y s ChlYllIllOIlSlllD ClIlXb They took the loexl boys lnto 1 . 1 x ' v . r, Y ' 1- 1' 1 ' ' 1 1 -1' '1 ., . . . 1 4 1 1 ,1 v v 1 1 c l . . , ,. V 1 . 1 c , , . , . 1, 1, ' CJ K 1 ' V 7 . V. I . Y . . 7 . ,A A ,, Y, H A l my 7 x J Aw ' Y A uv 2 . 1 . 1 ' 11 1 . , .N . -w V . . . ' : S . D V , v 1 Y . 1 A - 1 Y 1 . Y 7' ' 1 4 Y i . . - . .4 . 7 vt 1 1 ' 1 r 1 4 1 V . C L A v I V 1 5 . . r ' 1 f A ' 7 .' ' ' T. f D tl ' ' 7 v ' v f ' Y 1 v ' ' ' 1 - ,f . 3 v' - v 1 ' ' 1 ya 1 - , 1 v , , ' - mg a brllllant season for the Garnet and Gray. . 1 ' ' 1 ' , L. ' 1 ,.,, , , . 2 . U, . , ,', -xv, . . ' 1 rvv x . '. 4 . v , 7 . A x .'.,. 'Q 1 1 l ' 1 'I vi vv 1 . uh' . I c 1 X 2 . W . 2 x . , A . 37 LZ , , ., F. . , . - A- vf qr"' f ' 'I "'m v .4 v.' . by . c t . s 1 N . Page Twenty-Two MEMORABILIA camp to the tune of 13 to 6 Although dcfe xted the Garnet and Cxav xvere not dlsgraced for sex eral tlmes durmg the hard fought contest they had the ball near then' heavler opponent s goal lme but Dame Fortune fax 01 ed W est Hartford and the lxaugatucluans xx ele unable to scole after thelr filst rally West Haven at Naugatuck Play mg IH a heavy downpoul of ra1n the Garnet and C1 ay smashed thelr way through the heaxx West Haven l1ne for thelr thlrd vxctory of the season Jlmmy Patterson scored for Naugatuck 1n the hrst perlod on a l1ne buck Johnny Daly made good the extra pomt xvhlch put lwauga tuck s total to sex en Both teams fought hard the rest of the half but ne1the1 xvere able to do much On the klckoff ln the final half Taylol of West Hax en ran elghty yards through the whole Naugy defence to a score haugatuck s score had the game on ICQ when Hamrah plunged through the l1ne for a touchdown Tomllnson followed thlg by a sensatlonal dlop klCk from the thlrty yard llnc ot the muddy held The final bCOl9 xx as 19 to 6 ln fax or of our boys Greenwich at Naugatuck Naugy xx on their foulth game of the season by defeatlng the strong Greenxxlch team aftel a grlm battle by a 3 to 0 score GF66HW1Ch came here vxlth an enxxable record and consequently a great game was ex pected A llght snoxxstorm and cold weathel xnterfered vxxth the attendance Dlnneny s beautlful tackle ot the Greenvxlch fullback ln back of defenslve xvork of Ronny Lengyel Eddle Butkus and Bllly Sulhx an pre x ented Greenwlch from xx oxlxlng the ball near enough for a score Naugatuck at Torrmgton Plghtlllj., an uphlll battle on a hOStllG held and agalnst a heaxlel team the Garnet and Glay sprang a QUFDFISQ by holdlng Torrlngton to a scoreless t1e A great cloxxd from the 11X al home tovx ns turned out to xx ltness the contest The maxolltv of the spectatols expected the more expcrunced team to 1un xxlld agamst Naugatuclx but the x ahant sp1r1t of the Calnct and Clax 1l1CX3.1l8fl thloughout the contest Naugatuck vs Crosby at Waterbury The dope xxcnt Xllflllfg, xxhcn Naugatuck lnxadcd Vlfatclbulx to stack up lg unst a lLlLlXLlldltCl C losbx tc llll N tugx xx is cxpcctcd to . g e z , 1 " V n T , N S, v L 'A ' T l' . . g, . 1 my r , 1 7 , v K, 4 v r Y- S V . . V . , 1. L, 1 A' u . - l . . . . , v , i w . . , Y A T , Y s r . . o L A Y L' 4 ' l . - Q . A . - ' ' 1: 1 . . . I Y ' v .. . . 1 ' ' c ' r ' r 7. 4 . ' v. 1' " 1 r - 1 . S 7 1 . V. . ,Y . . 7. . . the goal l1ne gave the Garnet and Gray two polnts and-vlctory. The . . . .V F I , , . , K . v . . 1' ' Y q l kv I . 4 Y' . lv 1 1 7. 1 1 , , ' . 7 Lx K 'w v ' 7' ' 1 s 1. ' ,-- - 1 -' 1 1 1 , I . , ,, Vx g . . . , L. Q . . , . ,., ,r,' , .x' x,, x '.. v f ,'. r- wx, y., , 1 4, . K . 1 . t c . A c . c . MEMORABILIA Page Twenty Three run OXLI C1osbx but ex e1xth1ng xx as upset by Tommy kennedy e brll llant lun of elghtx x 1rd to INLOIL 111 the closmg seconds of plav Flnal s ne s Jx N 1 x Ansoma at Naugatuck Pl1x1ng, betou the blggest crowd of the season Naugy Hlgh bat tled then xx ay to a br11l1ant 00 to 14 Vlctorv ox 81 the powerful AHSOHIH elex en ILxe1x plax Sl on 0111 school elex en gave h1s best and fought to the end ox QYLOTHIIIQ., the11 opponent s lead and defeatlng a team that were latel plcked as state champlons Red Conxx ay xersat1le Ansoma athlete puehed hw xxav oxer the INaugv goal 11119 lOl the hrst score of the game He added the extra po1nt to Ansoma s total Thls ended the ecormg ln the hrst perlod although the goals 01 bot11 teams xx e1e threatened Tvxo long paseee bv Cld Tomlmson the b11ll1ant Naugx quarterback to Ronny Lengyel netted sexentx nxe x ards and a touchdoxxn Fomllnson then proceeded to k1ck the go 11 xx h1ch left the txvo teams deadlocked at the close of the mst halt Great pl Hlllg' by Ronnv lengyel one of the fleetest football playels ex 61 tuxned out at the local hlgh school proved to be the XVIII 111112 faeto1 IH Naugatuck s success In the th11d pe11od Ronny grabbed a pass out of the dll and ran thl0Ll1,l'1 the whole Ansonla team tor our second score A tumble by Red Conxx ay was scooped up by Jlmmy P lttelson xx ho ClOSS6Cl the goal l1ne and adxanced haugatuck S score to 90 Ansoma tuumphed agalll ln the cloqmg mlnutes of plav and although thex trled lOl another score they xx ere repelled ln everv xxax The blllllallt tackllng of Captam B111 Xan Delft ln thls game earned hlm a place on the All State elex en Naugatuck at Ansoma Pl 1111121 In a sea of mud the local team fell before the poxx erful at tack ot the heaxx Ansoma elex en AIISOHIH xx as 11ght at home 1n the mud xx h11e the l15,,ht N 1ugatuck elex en xx ere unable to xx oxk thelr aerlal attack and then end lllflN Ronny Lengyel and Ceorge Hamrah played XXOIldf.ll1lllX to1 the I alnet and Gray but the11 xxork xxas futlle fo1 1111801111 ploughcd then xx ax thlough lNaugx s lmf fOl three touchdoxvns Fd Vx e H1112 and Helnx S mson plaved g1e'1t tox the local elex en The f1n11sco1e xx as A1lS1J1lll 19 1nd Naugv 0 The nnal gamc xxlth Ansoma brought 'N3Ug'1lLlCkS season to a cloee xxlth 1 16COld ot mne games played hxe xx on thlee lost and one tled The boxs xx e1e honmed at a banquet glxen to them by the athletlc LOI'111"Il1lt6L E 1th lad 1eee1x ed a ga1net sxx eater xx1th a grax N as token of app11e1a11on to1 h1s NQIXICQS to Naugatuck Hlgh Qchool A thls meetm f the CdIJ'Lc1.lllNl1l1J passed flOm VV1l11am X an Delft to Gldeon Tomllnson . , , . 1 1,1 1 1 . V,1,.1 11 1 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 v 1 ' ' '1 1 ,' V1 N12 S 2 L11 1, ' A L1' L1 A1 V . ' 1 1 '1 1 1 "' T 1 0 .cc --C,1o11, 1,1 :ugh . 1 Ev' 7' ' 'T 11' ' 1' 1' , T' ' , ,'. 11 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 .La 1 U n 1 . , 1 1,11 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . V U 1 1 1 1 11 ' ,. ,'1 71 ' , 1 3 1 11 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 11 ' Y ' 11 . 1 . . 1 v 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 Q T ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 ' 1 1 1 V 1 1 . 1 1 V Ax 1' H ' 1 ,' - , I 1 , V , 1 1, 1- ' 1 1 1 1 r ' ' 1 l ' 2 ' ' ' ' 1' , 1' . 11 I - 1 1 1 - AL H H xv zur 1 U A1 , x I K 1 11 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 - 1 1 , ' I h u . 1v '1 1 11 .1 Q. 'K Y,, 1 .xxx ' 1. r ' 1' ' 1' '. 1 ' ' ' 1' 1' ' 1 1 1. 1 1 11 ' 1 T 7 c 1 , 11 V h v . Q. 1 . . . . 1 1.1 . 1 1 l 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 'rv 1 x I 1 r 1 ' 1 - v 1 1 Zvi. . t L' H 1 1, V - K h I 1 ln 1 v A 1 - 1 1 l v v 4' I ' 1 our vi Y u q 1 , , 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' - 1 1 81- W1 , I 1 11' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 '1 1 1, 1 ' . v I , 1 A1 'Z r 1 1 - 1. t1 1 Y t1't. ' 3 1 L1' Y 1 1' s - V. 1 u ' 1 v 1 '1 ' ' V 1 L . D 1 1 . 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' 1 1 1 1 c 1 , , 1 1 1 11 - 1 .A 1 7. 1, 1 ' 1 ' 1. 2 . 1 .A 1 1' 1 1 1 1 L1 1 1 1' 1 s, uAvu K1 a 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 e 1 . 1 1 1, . 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 11 1 1 1 5, 1 11 Page Twenty Four MEMORABILIA A RESUME OF THE GRIDIRON Wllllam Van Dalit ffaptj fB1llJ lAll State teaml left Tackle Tall and poxx exful a natul al leadel and a gleat tacklel Francxs Lewskl fL1skJ Left End Fast headx and clex 91 nuff sald Wllllam Stex enson fB1llj eft Guard Small and stockv and a g,1eat asset Jlm Dmnenx fJ1T1'll Ccntel Long and lanky he kept the ccntel lme stxong, W1ll1am Fenmman 1131117 Rlght Cuard Small but he conxmced h1s opponents that he xxas '1 headv plavel and a 5,1 eat help to h1s team Edwald VVeax1ng, fEdJ Rlght Tackle A bu, plax Ol xx hose fdfikllllf., xx as st ns 1tl0I1 xl Ronald Lengx el tRonnxJ Klght Lnd A boxn football plax er poxxutul and xx ell bullt Othu teams feared hlm George Hamlah CBennxJ QLld1t6Ib3.Ck nents Edxxald Butkus fEdJ left Haltback A fast playcl and a lbdt open held ILIIIPLI John Dalx fJohnnxJ lxlglflt Haltback Hls plungmg, passmg, and end lLlI1111Hf,:, easllx leachcd the 100 pe1 cent mark James Patterson tl1ITlJ Fullback Another natulal bovn football plax er xx hose lme plunges xx e1e the contrlbutlng, factm ln opponents cloxxntall Francls llI1SkX QI! maj M 111 ilsffl stood out lal 11 COT111l!L11Lll to thc ucttss oi tht tt am 1. ' ' ' 1 ' 1' . , ' - ' ' Q 1 2. ' . ' " .... . , Y V ,nl S' . 3. ' ' ' ' , . . L E rn 'ff . 4. ' ' ' ' N ' Vl . X . ' H sl A r. 5. ' ' ' ' . . . 'Y 1 ' , 7 -Aw A1 3 y kv C V . 1 T- 'Lf I1 . 6. ' f' f A . 'f 7' 1 y-lv v ' r P . ' 1 1 v 3 . A 1 , 1 ' . 1 ' ' , 1 L1 8. ' ' ' ' ' Brams was "Benny's" ChlQf asset in h1s struggles 2i.g'211l1St oppo- 9. . . 1' A. J,' 1 ' 1 L- 11 ' fr' H x - ' 1 x- C, A . 10. j j " f ' ' '1 Y' Y lc' r -. ' ,. S' 1 . J Y 4 11. . ' .1 4 f 1 . 1 , SA ' ,. K. , - 12. ' 1' .' K' "1 ' Az 2 f ' He J " ' above other N12lIl2tf1'Cl'S, his xvorcls more lan MEMORABILIA Page Twenty Fave Ai ff nan K 5 v ff QfW,ggf"+,.+1ZQf gfilw 3 'E'??331-lwwwpy 2424 wh., B SCOQ: BOAQO NAUCT C RODBY 5. X?" 1 W f'qx 1 1. !xe 1 QMAS5 Jl1Xb5hx31Mf1.llL Q2 1 . 5- X ' .. Cv' 4 -- - f TV? 7,11f Q.f- .' '- Qu - f w 0UlV':iG'N ff: 'A P' izqfvf ' J' 'F " ke - 'a ,uv Mx 1 1 Y i N 1 I - -li' AVN! 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N Z Fl Z O 'JU IP 2 B 1: IP MEMORABILIA Page Twenty Seven BASKETBALL DIARY e .N Q Il 4 mn NE x u muc Q no 1.1 xc mm cl x cn wr Q me IQIHAIDL mg Q xx y It c ulcllclfmx tulned out fo! the mst IHALULL and thy bow xhoxxul un Ulu zllul lllfhLlNlclSIN 111 than nude .urns to leach thi goal Coach F014 x m uh hu hu ml gut 111 thg squid on the dau bgtmg the mst gdmc whlgh le ft txulxe pxomxsmg jOLll1gSt6IS to replesgnt thn Cuumt .md 1 1 L5 LEAVENWORTH AT NAUGATUCK D111 xtul by .1 same of '79 12 Show ldgk ot pmctlu The bows hom tha I1 lv C lu outwlfu ux thmughout the umm st WATERTOWN AT NAUGATUCK We Nhmx good fmm m flefedtxllg XX dtutmxn by cl 8 to 10 scorn N mugx IJc!NNXXOlk good YN fxtentmxn bexulduul S1 mkw xt umm: plau gfmcl Ccmnh Ifolex uses lotx of subs LEWIS HIGH AT NAUGATUCK 1n.1lxQo1L ,J 0 91111 OLII hu 01 X e gnc Ie1xusH11fh mst se tlmc xnmn md klenmn plax we COLLEGIANS AT HOME my 94 100' III om A os m mu mg wma 1 Manu hotlx umtested uxtm DLXIOCI 18 liillllllid follLg..m xtllu LIHNLILCQNN x ou! uw Dah fx am s an Hcmmx cllxlclul xmcmf ollm gl mm SCHENECTADY AT NAUGATUCK Scum Qchenectadx 1 Naugx 23 Ou: 1I'ldb1lltW to Lage any shots LU!lUllJLlttN to om cluunfwll New Yolkens show Lbllltx to gags show mm ul um 1 4 mmx Ix umm and h Lx n n an m mg up In Im 0 ll tg m ANSONIA AT NAUGATUCK xugx 14 Lllllw 0 XNIIIIUNQ um umn rein mug, uc llXfl 0 mum ac Us cu mm game on puxmxlx . x lxm l'Ihlll1NlclXN tm Hlgh School LITCHFIELD AT NAUGATUCK lN1LS1L3.fclI'TN, LU dau of the sud-.on glam gzmc fl .xl cms '71 1 I ltchfu ld Nt nts out to um game Ndugx umm N b wk iINlkfilLlS1.htY'l1 I fm ml wnml pl umg of Team fedtuud NAUGATUCK AT NEWPORT 0 ff lx 'PS N1lLl5.,X 13 .xugx mum LN 1 upm .md tx M .L mum llnlflllllgl' .us mont gamg ot sLds0Il tu mg to wma om helm god om md 1 rm U K xxothoL1mml XXIIIIQNN the lnttm lll ,mx h nr rc 1 wung mme ft mdux ml lfnmms NAUGATUCK AT ANSONIA mm 111 fue 11501114 11 mu um mu: 1 1 e ut mn n u ft um lll un U mu ll 1 xm Rn 1 IX mme QUIIIL., 11 1' Q :tx n xutu 0 1 U1 f 4 Jn uugfh ullh 1' 4 1 BRANFORD AT NAUGATUCK S mg in 10111 u lll P14111 te .1 C s 7' N 4 um If C ln, m 1101111 KC 71 'I'h1 b'1.'k1tlzll S,-asf Clo.'1lL' f ll '11 th 1 f 11111 312: 'ml only El wevk T 1 'al 'L '1 '1 1' 1d I 1t'ore1 th 1 H21 jzxmv. 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A' f s Fa: - 1' , 3 ' -'1" z 1-'n' Sf '1.."- 7. .' ' '1 J 2 ' .' " ' 1. -" h' ' 1: 2 ' z 1 'z -1.' 1 . l11" ,, aj' '1' '1. R 55 -8, fy' IJ. N' ' " l1.' N1 ' 't' ak ' .' 1 1" ' . Pl'-'.' ' ' 1 , 'fl' f '1 1 '1 1 'l. All ' points . ' Q11 f u..'. T ' ' 1 z I1. 0 ' V z '1t'1zt. l as 1' 1 K' 'll' ' Nz j ' V- 11s A .' " il d I z .' 101' that h -st I alll 1s 'thv se-al: z1Ithc1A1' 1m'ythc1rs1. La 11 ' 1' 1,,1 ti' ll Il 111: . 'z l int1 .'1 I " +1 thv ,ga .n 1. Fo' K' lil I' ll: fm.. W1 !'l'tUl'Il In lfr' " 3iLt120x'ic'tol'yY,llck11clul1cix1l'uu1'le1ll. Sc- '1-30102-1 in nur t'zv.'o1'. S111 sz t' al plz gg by l 1- ms. I-h'zmfm'cl tznkvs !e.1'1cl at 0llI.'Ul ut' g'zum1, but Naugy cmnma' back 'uni flu- ish ' i' ' ml. A. Daly 'md J. Daly clmp ball through nvlt If for any ' s. Page Twenty Enght MEMORABILIA TORRINGTON AT NAUGATUCK Blggest C1 oxx d of the season turns out to see us go doxx n to defeat 45 to 28 TO1I1l1g't0Yl Blg Thlee feature Sensatlonal shots 1:10111 all sldes of coult Cheellng sectlons of both teams lend colol to game CROSBY AT NAUGATUCK Ilstless game Ixnst tlme 111 fixe years that old 1lX1,llS meet Final S0016 18 27 to 20 'ig,31I1St us ROGERS AT NAUGATUCK We ehovx complete rex 61S3l of form 1n defeatmg Nexx port 25 to 21 I a1ge C10Wd attends contest Tomlmson and Butkus shme for Naugy NAUGY AT TORRINGTON We fall to show good folm 1n our mx aslon of Torlmgton lOSll1f., '35 to 19 Fight hard but blg opponents are too much for us SHELTON AT NAUGATUCK We take It easy 1n slow game commg out 1n front 26 to 20 Team plays generallv good CHAPMAN TECH AT NAUGATUCK Score 32 to 11 m our favor Flash form agalnet Nexx Londonere that IS strong Good play mg by team featur es NAUGATUCK AT HARTFORD Playlng oul thlrd game 1n as many daxe xxe fall betole the on slaught ot St Thomas Semlnaly Flnal score '32 to 10 WILBY AT NAUGATUCK Scole Wllby '37 lNaugx 26 Great rally bv Us xlmost xxms f,.,ll11L Q ood playlng bx xx hole team NAUGATUCR AT CROSBY VM tum tables m 1etu1n engagement vxmmng 21 to 23 Team xx olks IH pelfect halmonx Neck and neck untll final D6l1Od Good play lng by Ray Lvmon pulls V1CtOlX from defeat NAUGATUCK Y AT HOME but mole experlenced opponents too much for us Scole 42 to 41 YALE TOURNAMENT Naugatuck vs Creenwxch VK e enter game ae under dog but pull out ln txont of Gleenxxleh team Scole Q3 to 18 F1ne team xx ork No 1nd1x1dual sta1s Naugy vs Torrington Meet old r1x ale for thlrd tlme of eeaeon Thlovx scale 1nto Tor 11ngton camp Lose out 1n Cl0Slllg' mlnute bx a score of 20 14 We played 22 games xxon 12 games and lost 10 as a season s leeold Although xxe lose Laptaln Andy Daly and Ray Lyman vxe hax e Captaln elect John Dalx Stokes Butkus TOI'I1l11'lS0l1 Ravtkxxlch and 6 llbauskus besldes sex eral othel boys fo1 next xeal s team THE 1926 BASKETBALL SQUAD C lI1tdl11 Andrexx Dalx Managex Rax mond I odge Asslstant 'Vlanagel John Blckeldlke R xx mond Lx man 1' dxx dl d Butkus I'hom1s haxtkxx1eh C lClLOY1 Tomlinson John K llbauskus Jost ph lNI1f11losl11s James Murphx I dxx nd Xolde Vlllllllll Stoke John Dllx . ' ' Y 1 1 1 1 v I A A 1 1 1 1 1. .6 l 4 ,, 1 1 . 1 1 1 4 4 L1' A1 1-l I -' L1 ' K1 1 L1 1 , A Ax- Ss 1' 1' 1: ' ' 1, 1 L1 1' 1. L1 , 1 ' 1 1 1 U K . 1 w L sw C r L s 1 y 1 1 ' 1 ' y 5. . 1 K . , K. , Q l a r 1 Lu. . , , .. - . . . . . . . , . , . . . ' 1 1 7- g 1 K . 0 . I v v I 4 1 1 v 1, ' 1 1 ' 1' ' . 1 7 ' 1 1 1 1 L K 1 A 1 Q I-4 u 1 1 . V Y 1 1 1 v' 1 1 T . 1 , ' it . K . c 1 1 rc 1. 1 . ' 1 1 , Y 3 1 ' 1 1 1' ' " - 1 . . . - . y. S . N Y . ll PY Lose bltterly contested game 1n battle for borough t1tle. Play hard f 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1' , , 1 V . 1 0 ' 1 ' ' 1' 1 11 ' v ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' A A 1 L ' 4 c L nu .Y ki 1-1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A1 1 ' 1 ,., . . , . . . . 1 1 1- 1 1 ' ' 7 1 1 v y 1 1 , . g v X 1 1 . 1 Y. I ' . v ' 1 ' v ' r . is , . ,.' ,1 A.,1,.. 1. ,U . , . . J. ,. 'E 1 ' -A 1 1 ' 1 1 1 v J ,- 1 1' 1 x 1 1 1 ' , 1 ' 4 v v 1 Yr H 1 K A . K J 1 ' EK1 T 1 lv 1' 1 2' 1 Y ' A' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 V' 1 1 1 ' ' ,' .' 1 . A 2 . . . . . 1 . 1 1' '1 1 ' X1 A . 1 c 1 " 'z . 19 . z j MEMORABILIA Page Twenty Nme BASKETBALL TEAM GIRLS Page Thnrty MEMORABILIA GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1925 1926 LINEUP R F Mary Shukltls S C Eyelyn Cockroft L F Eleanor Smlth R G BGSSIG Bronson C Margaret Donovan L G Mary Anderson SUBSTITUTES Mary Meyer forward Mary 0b1dZIHSkl slde center Catherlne Connell forward Mlnerva Hard guard Who says old Naugy ney er had a worth while Glrls Basketball team? Surely no one who has followed ou1 team thls season When a team wlns ten games and tles the score 1n another out of a total of four teen games lt 1S consxdel ed a success by the cr1t1cs and that 1S what MISS Kenney s glrls dld thls last season Never SIHCG the spectacular season when the g1rls captalned by Mlss Olson won the state t1tle has a team 1n Naugy Hlgh done so well Some mlght ask how such a feat was ac compllshed th1s y ear and not ln years past Ask the Semors they know' What could the team have done agamst the seemmgly uncon querable Mllford and Brldgeport teams wlthout the falthful and by no means frultless efforts of thelr dauntless left guard and captam Mary Anderson Such powerful teams dld the manager Eleanor Smlth select as opposltlon for the team of 1926 that her own able asslstance was needed at left forward to brlng vlctory to our school And last but cer talnly not least of the SCHIOTS was the ever rellable forward Mary mores and Junlors on the team were good but wlthout thelr older and wiser asslstants where' oh where' would Old Naugy have been" The first game of the season was played on the home court Wlth Watertown Hlgh and was a sure w1n for Naugy glvlng the glrls a very encouraglng start The next game was a success 1n every way but ey en defeatlng the Alumnae at the Y gym by the blg score of 32 to 8 dld not turn the heads of our guls After these two v1ctor1es the team re celved thelr first defeat 1n a leturn game w1th Watertown that was termed a football game by our players Thxs hovs ever only renewed the vlgor on the part of Naugy s team and was followed by another wln when Naugy defeated Lltchfield Hlgh a team never before seen on a local court A league of upstate teams had been formed and the champlons of Lltchtield County determlned As Lltchfleld and Water town both had played here Thomaston wanted to txy 1ts luck but yy 1th l1ttle success for two games yy ere played and Naugy added more gems to her crown After thls vymmng streak agalnst the Lltchfield County teams Naugv suffered her second defeat from Budgeport Hlgh after a hard game w1th the State Champs of sex eral years Another game was lost to th1s team later 1n the season also Faxrfleld yy as next to be defeated and they also lost two games 1 Q, I ' o cy V . ., . ., '9 - 's , . . ., . t 7 7 y li - ' 77 ' Y I s n 9 . -1 L . I - , f u - , Z . . . ' 7 n 1 , K I , , n n Y I 0 Y I ' v ' ' ll - . U . . . . a n , u n o , -.9 , 1 , ' 7 u u n - , - 7 7 Shirley, who never failed to score the necessary polnts. The Sopho- 7 . , 7 ' If 77 ' ' . , 4 . , . n 1 . . 1 Y - u ry , ' , ' Y 7 . , . . . Y A Ii 77 ' 1 . 7. 7 ' ' 7 . . y V y ' - as I 77 , , .Y ' I L' 7 Li 1 I Y L A L ' r nu MEMORABILIA Page Thirty-One Milford proved the hardest team, for the girls from the southern part of the state had won every game for two consecutive years. The score was very close Naugy managing to keep one or two points ahead in the first game and succeeding in tving the score in the second game Two games were played at the close of the season with Naugy s old rival Crosby High of Waterbury These were xerv mild games and were easy Wins for Miss kenney s girls but even though Crosby was the loser ln each case no hand feelings ensued Such a season of victories may well be called a success for any team SCHEDULE FOR 1925 1926 Naugatuck Opponent Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan an Jan Feb F e Feb Mar Mar Mar Mar Watertown at Naugatuck Alumnae at Naugatuck Watertown at Watertown Litchfield at Naugatuck Thomaston at Naugatuck Bridgeport at Bridgeport Faufleld 'xt Naugatuck Thomaston at Thomaston Bridgeport at IN iugatuck 'Vhlford at Milford Fairfield at Fairfield Crosby at Naugatuck Crosby at VS ateibury Milford at Waugatuck SENIOR CLASS TEAM 1926 Ll eup Mary Shukitls C Ella Decker C Florence Anderson R G Bertha Bornmann Miss Kenney also staited mteiclass basketball teams after the Christmas holidays and two sets w cle play ed for the school champion ship The first game called the Sen1o1s together ag unst the Juniors and ended with the score 6 4 in tax or of the SSHIOIS Then bv the Sopho more xictorx ox er the Fieshmen the Seniors w ere called upon to play the second year girls After a very exciting game the Seniors again came out on top with a 16 12 scoie The last game Seniors xersus Sophomoies in the second set w as an easv uctorx for the older glrls and they clalmed the School Championshlp with a score of 30 5 Thus once again the girls brought honols to the Class of 1926 So the curtain w as di tw I1 on the Senior Clrls Basketball team leaving only memolies and icgrets memories of success and triumph regrets that then opportunities to gather CllSLlY1Ctl0I1 and honor for dear old Naugx High had p lssecl and would nex QI come again . 12- ' 4' f . . . 36 14 . 26- . . . . . 32 8 . 8- ' . . , 19 24 . 9- ' . .... 24 9 . 16- . ' 31 3 J . 23- ' ' f 30 5 . 30- "' 1 r 27 8 . 6- . 13 8 ' b. 20- ' 'z 27 13 . 27-l ' ' ' ' 16 13 . 6- " ' ' ' 15 12 . 13- ' C 37 15 . 20- . ' ' ' . . , 24 16 . 27- ' 1 19 19 R. F., ' ' '. S. .., ' L. F., Eleanor Smith L. G., Mary Anderson Page Thlrty Two MEMORABILIA 1 5 266 T wK Wigltulgll x , Q p yy Y' MANAGIR ni' X WT! X' LINGYEL f I gf 7 . 'I ' 5: , ' ll ., O, , 1 I ,av Per f I. I I ! 1 vf I 9 4.5 .:,, ' .- -" i? ' ' - L -' 6 fi, 'Z f--- rl ' - - ,ge -I 1" ,Q x ww ' i f ww -11' sm' ' -Q.. 9-vwx ,a Q- 411 1 .ng- Q' XX f' X '-1 - '-:ch X 3' X -. AX P 5 A' ,Stn "" 'Zi' H gr. I j ngwmsn k N' , 1 rp , V l . f i , . ., , -: - MEMORABILIA Page Thirty Three THE TRACK TEAM ' ', ' Zigi? T ,Jn A 4 3 U z 2 - 2 nf ' Vx . Page Thirty Four MEMORABILIA TRACK SQUAD 1926 The Landidatcs f01 the tlaek team attci srxcial months piactice lllClOOlN haxe stepped out 011 the Cllldel path in the cool healthful Spllllj., an Much is expected of the L arnct and Glay lepiesentatives this X631 as Coach Folev has diecoxeied sex eial all aiound etars Piominent among., these IQ Captaln Ronnv Leng,5 el xx hose xx ork IH the 1ece11t1nte1 class tiack meet shoxx ed him to be far Sl,11J9I'lOl to any other candidate lN0tCo11te11txx1th iunning Lengx el put the Shot throwing the 1axel1n and discus and quallhed f0l pole xault and hlgh iump VV1g,g,lesxxo1th the xetcian 1LlIll'lLl ie back xxlth the team again and he c l.11lJLlGllGd upon 111 the dietancc rum Kieinan and Olson who aie also exceptionilly nnc IUHHLFS ale expected to report with the squad again this x eai Managbei William Sullix an is xx oiking haid to make thie a banne1 x ea1 foi tl ack He has fsecuied meets. xx ith eevei al impoi tant teams The fiist tiack meet xx ll be held in Naugatuck May 4th on the lNaugx xx1ll haxe a ciack squad O11 the held It ii hoped that the Qtu dent bodx xxlll g,1xe app cclible suppoit to such an excellent aggrega tion' TRACK MEN R Lcngxel Captain Lx m 111 L Lutkus Hami ah C Llltlll D Bienn 111 Bu1ns C ailand W X a11 Delft Rapieif Fenniman Sanfoid Llnakx Santoi d K1e1 nan Oleon Vx1g,g.,lesxxo1th B1 onson Baummei IJ llton Mai tlll Smith Mcbox C111 Managei William Sullix an Coach Petei J Folev THE SCHEDULE Max Southington at haugatuck Vlax B11ClL.,6D01t fit N iug., ituck Max South Manchcstu at Ixxaugatuclx Max rlll 1n1,,ul ll mc tl IgllStOl Nau atuck Toliington at Bristol Jtnc 3 Cmshx xt Wm atuck Ju11e Open x 1 ' f ,kv 4 3 -1 1 5. v 4 ' , - L- 3 Y X -. 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' 5 , ,. , -4 . 1 N f , N V , . ,, I , if' 1 , Page Thirty Eight MEMORABILIA BASEBALL' BASEBALL' Naugatuck High School Season of 1926 The advent of spring means baseball for the Garnet and Gray' Good mateiial has D1 esented itself to Coach Foley and out of thirty five candidates he has vxeeded sixteen all of whom are capable of playing, b1a1ny baseball F01 mound dutv Coach Folev has the veteran pitcher Jimmy Buins and the Freshman flash Dick Finley Much IS expected of Burns this season and the notable victories he tu1 ned in last year poi tend a v1cto11ous path in his 1926 struggles Bill N an Delft and Pete Johnson show up well at first Mehigan is a te11or at second much lS expected of Lodge at short Tomlinson will COVCI the third sack to a nicetv Patterson Lyman and Butkus will roam in the outfield and Walsh and White are taking ca1e of the catch mg berths Naugy opened its season on April fifteen at the New Athletic Field against Gilbert High of Winsted Burns staited on the mound against fO1 four innings VValsh started in the catcher s position and played an excellent game The hitting, oi Mehigan Tomlinson and Patterson fea tured the contest lNaugy emeiged victorious by an OV61Wl'16ll'lf1l1'1g scoie ot 19 to 3 The game was called 111 the sex enth inning, because of the increasing cold The follovxlng, Satuidav Naugx plaved Terry xllle at the New Ath letlc Field The boys from the faims came heie with a stionf, team but Naugatuck vuth Bums again on the mound tu1 ned them back with ease by an 18 to 2 scoie This game was also called in the sex enth on account of the unusuallv cold vx eather Up to date Naugatuck has plaved two winning games scoring 37 iuns to the11 opponents 0 and getting 25 hits to 7 all ln 141nn1ngs An enxiable record' If thev keep this up they will be in line for the state championship CK YI ' 1, K 7 S.. x , U . 7 'R . . 4 . , 1 va A 1 , 4. L, ln' I All , . n ' L X. K . y .- In - Q . A 2 1 . n V g 1 , 4 f L 0 - Y Y . S 1 4 S . y Y . . the Gilbert High School team, a11d he put up a fine brand of pitching A U . . rx an . , . . . . T . . . w - . , I A . Y 'Ir l ' W V 1 1 . 1 . L 7 . . T . . r Q 1 1' r ' ' ' ' ' 7 Y' - , e! a .1 ' ' . A vs ,. 5. - 7' . L- 4 y- , Y- , 7. 1 L1 Tl . , 4 D v ' , ' 1 . , . 7 . J V v Y. . T H M . 1 , A, -y r , 1 l ' . 7 v MEMORABILIA Page Thirty Nine WORK A Song of Trlumph 1111111 11 1 1 11111 th11x111 gs 1111111 11 N N11 11111 1111 111.4111 1 1111 N11111 Oh 1111411 11 s11g,111111 1 th1 h 11 1 111 11 h'1t11 111 41111 1 1 1 A1111 11 h2111s S11 1111111 151111 111 1 I1 111111111 11111 1 1 511111, 1111111 W 111111 1 1111 111111111114 xN111I1 h I111'1L 1111111111 1 111 1 111 1111411 11 Nfl 1111 1111 111'111I111L1lI11f11l1111l11112.,11 1 11111 11 111 11111111 1h1 1 1 D1 1 11 P1111 1 11111111 1 1 11111 1 1 1 x lx 1 X1 11 Y U! 'l'112111' 111111 1'111' 1111- might 111' 11. 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'1'h2 ' 11111 1'1 1' 21 11'111'111 11'h1-1'1- l1llI1' 1112lj' .'hi1'k-J 'I'11z111 ' 121111 1'111'111t'SI111'I11111l'111' 1'111'11f fn., 1Q'1'12L 311 CLASS DIGNITARIES Class Beautx Handsomest Bog. 'NIO t I,0Dl1ldI C nl Nlost Pflllllldl I oy Class Baby Gnl Class Athlete Class Dudt Class Vamp Class C II 1d Class FdSl'IlOl1 Plato Class G1g5:,le1 Class Clant Class C Ig-IIIICSS NIost SIUCIIOLIS Box Class Chatte1 box Class L01 elol n Host Stuchousf III VI1n1f1Cd Hogan Harry OISOII lwellle Kundlotas COOILC Hannah Mary Matak1t1s Duncan Gallaghem Ph1l1p Mahlcl NI1lcl1ed EITIIIHOII Joseph F1t7f,CldlCI INIar5,a1et Cauoll VIOIH Olson Almer S1 tnson Be1tha CJ1e1sfussk1 A1mand L11chCtt1 Elsa Thompson John Cllltlll FIC IIIOI QIIIIIII A WORKER OF IRON My days art spt III lt l'0Y'1.,'C and firtf 'I ht iron I III ilu, is civilivation s tools. I ride by night in mgtal bedrooms D I ulled by my iron monsters. I hear the whul s click and the switches clang, c thq' 'ire 11't of . su ' It IC lmow that ' " a " . I gaze. upon long, b1iclg,1,.' And know thmy 'ire H15 strtng,tl1. I am part of 1ll I ser. Ant rejoic,t th rtin. -Arthur I C ith Page Forty MEMORABILIA 1' I .. Y. l 'J 7 .7 s f f J 1' ' -' I ' 1 'H " W ws '. .1 , ' '1 , 1 , vw A . . A . N' 1' ' 1 4 ' L' 1'1 4 ,r -- 1: . S ' 1 3 I A'1 T 1 ' 1. ws ' r - I' 1 I' SQ I' , 7' ,' ' 1 vw "1 ,- . . " ' , 11 1 11 ' l',",1 ',' vw . . V 1 -,, , 1' Q 1 ' .' 1' ' , xg A , ' ' 1 K 1 1 2 1A 1, X J 4 1 I ' U' X f , f 1 1 I .1 1 ,- ' 9 Anl 1 1 1 pz me I 11 tall 11111-s l 1 llillljl' rloxx Il t1on1 tht- skx, A1 l . l hzuo 3:11 on lllj 1' 1 r ' rxx, 1 K 1 v A 1 r . . Z ,, 1 -1 Q, 1 MEMORABILIA Page Forty-One FLORENCE ANDERSON "FOLEY" Junior Basketball Team "ls she not passing fair and--sweet?" Florence Nightingale has left to the world a suc- oessor--our Florence. Her genial disposition will no doubt have a great deal to do with her success. Senior Play Orchestra 25 26 Its a good thing Al lives on a farm fm at five in the molmnv the soft dulcet notes Cf his colnet float up to meet the iavs ot the morning sun NCVQI mind Al blou ' MARY H ANDERSON JIMMY Girls Basketball Team 25 26 Waterbury Hospital Nurses Training School Captain Girls Basketball Team 26 Let us be of good cheer Three cheers fol oui basketball captain who has brought our team to success' Maly is 4 Jolly gnl and 1 good friend to everyone ALBERT BAUMMER AL Who well lives long lives ARTHUR BEACH ART I am never less alone than when by myself Beneith his calm clear bxow back of those cynical ues is a great mind fox flicl not Alflllll write The lion lN0llx6l ' In xe'11s to tome iw. suppose that we will be buung the monks ot Nl: Beach and com plxmcntmg ouiselxes on lldklflg' bun his snhool fel lmss . .sl lx ll If ' 7 Y f . , . . . . , , If YY u L 1 1 1 A . , 1 A1 2 'I ' . Cl YY v I Y , H - - U , . U' . . 1 i . ' D I ' D . : . ' . . ' K ' . A ' , 7 I' ll 'I Phi Chi Psi Year Book Committee ll Y, , Z '-- . , . - - , . - A- , . y ' .. A Y A ' I ' I 1 . w ' . 1 v . l AA l A V y A Yll I . ., . u t. C . ,Y ., 5. V. . v V v' V - - - ' ' if . . . 4 . ' A ' 1 ' x ' ... , V D. , .' , , L. , , - Page F0l'fY-TWO MEMORABILIA FLORINE BIRD "HAPPY" Prize Speaking Contest Junior Basketball Team "Rise with the lark and with the lark to bed." You wou1dn't think so, but Happy has one great trial in her life-she has to walk every Sunday after- noon. How she would love to ride! Some day she may. Who can tell? X ,i . BERTHA BORNMANN BERT Normal School Her subdued eyes made for the melting mood Belt belleves 1n using dumbbells to get that school girl complexion lnstead of puttlng on color to get the dumbbells Shall we evel forget those soulful eyes? HANNAH BOYLAN HAN I love tranquil solitude And such society As is quiet wise and good Even glrl IS havlng her day With that flaming han and those soulful eyes Hannah is sure to have hels even though she scorns the modexn ultla Tflalflelll MURIEL BRISTOL fs, Connecticut College Bazaar Committee Is she not more than painting can express? The xely essence of youthful beautx with a sweet and loxels CllSp0'iltl0ll X F Ma-iifgy K4 71 It ' YY i ll i! Cl ' ' 7 . . . ,, , . Q V . . . . . , - - . 5., . H . . ,, vm: 1 - v . , V' . B y ' Y Y . L l I .V . gggiqe-1 A ' ,Q L 'fmt' . ,+A - 5 MEMORABILIA Page Forty Three FREDERICK BRONSON FRED Christmas Play 1924 Rensselaer Christmas Play 1925 Phl Chu Ps: Senlor Play Prize Speaking 1926 Track Team Year Book Committee 1 am that 1 am and do not question me Adamnntme ln OPINION '1 umvexsftl favorlte falth ful as the day ls long and a good sport that 15 F1 ed er tk Hls hlstrlomc ab1l1tv 1s equalled only bv hls fleetness of foot both on the 'lrack Team and the stxeets of the borough The best of Fortune to you' WINNIBEL BRONSON SKANE Bazaar Committee Simmons College Glee Club 24 25 Salutatorlan Class Book Commlttee Sclentla potestas est Nmety hve' Nlnety five' lNmety five' Pa1don'7 No that lb not the total of 95 s lecelved ln the Senlor Class for the whole xeax but Wmmbel s for one month She leads Latm as we read a Prlmer and vet XX1l.l'ldl IS Just .1 wholesome tla1IltV unspolled malden THOMAS BROSNAHAN TOM Bazaar Committee Valedlctorlan Class Ring Committee The gods approve the depth and not the tumult of the soul Though frall 1n body thls sweet countenanced boy was 41 mental Colossus The most lntrlcate ploblems of Pxthagolas were met and defeated and CICQIO and Vflgll xxeme his best fuends Vle predlct great thmgs fm om JAMES BURNS NIPPER Baseball 25 Chairman Hallowe en Baseball 26 Dance Committee What ll the end of stucly'7 Ylppel mlght not be '1 Da1t1CUlallV shmmg llght ln the class loom but when he gets ln the pltthel s bov with an ODIJOSIDLI battu In front of hlm then he s m hls gloxx ll !! ll ' IU . 5 4 'sc ' , - , ll D! 7 Y ' ll ' ' !, . . . ,. I I .I -, I I . . . , . . . N , . ' ' v " . v ' Y - Y A ! e 7 of slxteen. ll Yi KL !l , MT sv I ' 7 , . Il ' li M . I,, . I .I I . . . L 1. . ' , . . V.-. . , . ' ' . J. ., , . , v' 4 -I . A - ' Q ' A 7 . . . , . Page Forty-Four MEMORABILIA MARGARET CARROLL "PEGGY" Class Fashlon Plate St Francxs Class Book Committee Hospital for Nurses Class Play Bazaar Tableau See where she comes apparell d lxke the sprlng Here s to Peggy our fash1on plate' She has sue ceeded ln talklng her way r1ght lUtO the m1dst of everythmg Who could be sad IH the presence f Peggy"'7 Rumol hath It that she has presldentlal asplratlond HENRY CIESLEWSKI CHESS Bazaar Commlttee 25 Senlor Play ' Senior Play Committee 26 Class Motto Commlttee 26 Christmas Play 25 Phu Chl P51 You hear that boy laugh1ng'7 C t your Latm done, Chess"' Bughouse Fables or Who dlsappealed wlth my books Ask llenme he knows But he can be SCYIOUS too, Just enough Pom Sawver stuff to make Lhmgs mterestmg nova and then JOHN CURTIN CURTS Class Lovelorn If muslc be the food of love play n John doesn t sax 'mn awful lot but dld you ever 1 1 1 of h1sw11tL up 1 thc NI vvs ' O Vw ILS Cass Ioxclmn too Ddnt ll en ox It when L bumh slmpul th xt one on hun' IRENE CINK CINKY Glee Club Danbury Normal School Phu Chl Psx Bazaar Committee Class Book Committee As merry as the day IS long Cmkv IS one of the popular curly headed mzndens f0l actlon w1th Just the plopel dash of 1n1sch1ef' ll Y ' ' If , . J 44 n ' . - .1 1 , . - I . L A KK I ' ll ' ' , ' , ' , 73 KL li ' ' ' 26 . . , . , . , . . . It u D! KK 'O ' ' KG ll KK ' . ' VY KK , ' . 1: ' l ' , . ., - , I E . . L . V r ll ' I7 K4 J' Y! ' - ' 1 in our class. Habitually talkingg cheerful-ever ready ll ll U . , 0 .11 Y , 3 A Y ii. Y! ' .. .J . . , 1 , V y so 1 me : - 1- s ll 1 "1 e :". h, l -s, l x fl- 1 'X ' , . 1 ' l 2 s 11 3 ' 1 th' twv 'Y ' .' 1 ' 2 . M , :L . MEMORABILIA Page Forty-Five ANDREW DALY ANDY Speak fltly or be sllent wlsely Behold sllcnce personlhed' Quietly Andy came among ue at the beglnmng of our hlgh school ca leer and quletly he lemalned However numelous fuends he has won bv Ins unassummg and modest mannex ELLA DECKER BOBBY Class Book Committee Sober steadfast and demure Bobby beheves that vely llttle IS auomplxehed by speech so she IS clear concxse 'Ind to the polnt Hen cool calm gaze betrays a POIQG all her own howex Q1 Good luck Bobby' JAMES DINNENY JIM Prlze Speaking 26 Business Mgr Class Book Chairman Carcl Party and Dance Senior Play A healthy mlncl IS a healthy body cent and meek Ask MISS Butterworth' He IS noted for taklng the leadlng part ln that dallv llttle play enacted ln ou! French class namely Dlnneny stop that tlckmg on your mkwell' l HILDA DRIGNAT HIL Christmas Play Class Play Committee Prize Speaking Contest 25 Glee Club A rosebud set with lnttle wilful thorns Hllda seems to be qulet but hex qu hue 1 hxblt of talkmg fm themedxes A yung, than a blmk but what does It all mean Oh well ask the box thew know ll ll ll ' ' ll 1 ' n I . , w N N ll Y! ll If , . H 77 ' . ' , .. 'B V . I , l l c l . ' 9 " Y I " I 1 , . 1 - A ll IY . . , . ll ' ' YI Behold our reticent boy! Jim SEEMS to be reti- . ' - Y 1 :L Z y , Y I . . , V ,, l ll Y! . . , tl ' ' ' YY I ' , 1 Y . A v' y-T 5 1 ' -1- ' .' ' 'T , '- -': Page F0l'fY-Six MEMORABILIA GERTRUDE DUFFANY "DUF" Bazaar Committee Prom Committee '25 Glee Club Yale Summer School for Scenario Writing "Whose life is a bubble." Lifeg vivacityg a seeker after knowledge-that's "Duff"! A friend to all and an ever ready word of cheer. MILDRED EIVIILSON MILLY Class Dlgnltary Class Vamp Gentleness succeeds better than vlolence In contrast to our nolsv chatterers and glgglers we have qulet and demure M1lly Can you lmaglne hex wlth an unprepared lesson or a d1sc1pl1ne card" ARMAND ERRICHETTI NICK Most Studlous Boy Class Play Ask me no questions and III tell you no Glas Meet Nlck wlth that rollxckmg laugh that marvel lous overtone NOICC and that fine sense of humor He s kept the class 1n the best of sp1r1ts these four vears WILLIAM FENNIMAN BILLIE Football 26 selllm' PIBY Track 26 Assxstant Edltor of Class Book B111 IS a pol1t1c1an FOI example Scene Hlstory Class B111 uses I beg youl pal don but accordmg to pullamentau laws etc B1 IS thmkmg about entumg pol1t1cs and when he does wow I WL pltv hls 11001 Lompctltols N If ,Q u . ,, ' 'ca ' n ' ' 1 ll If Cl ' Y ,I , . v 1 ' 11 , - n X, z . . ll Y, , . , . . v Q Y, "Gentle ln manner, strong ln performance. ' . I ' A ' 1 , - I H - -- , U A . . . 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MEMORABILIA Page Forty-Seven JOSEPH FITZGERALD FITZ Most Studlous Boy Football 1925 Basketball League when two men quarrel each wnth tongue aflame Who hath the brighter head I8 least to blame Good natuxed Jolly metlculous m rulmg mch mar gms thats Fltl In TPCSIYIHZ and bestowlng Jokes he has no peer unless lt be the one and only T K DUNCAN GALLAGHER DUNC Class Athlete Business College President of Phu Chl Psi Senior Play Prize Speaking 24 Editor ln Chief Class Book Here s to love may It never make the wise man play the fool Remember voul fust flame Dunc We can hardly lmagme you wlth all of your echtoual and presl dentxal dxgmty saylng I chd love you once Fare well oh Flamlng Youth wlth ultra tendencles BERTHA GIERSEWSKI BERT Bazaar Tableaux Class Guntess She ns a wxnsome wee thing Laugh and the vxorld laughs wlth you savs B 1 tha and so she laughs Bert S such a jollv mfinltesnm xl thmg that s why we chose her for oul Class Glantsss HEDWIG GRANICA New Brltaln Normal School The mnldest manners and the gentlest heart To say that Hedsug IS A shx tudlous maulen blooks m opposltlon fox these cha! utulstlcs ue palamount Howexer we axe sure that -.ha xslll iuomplxsh great thlngs ome she starts Hui. s luck to xou Hulwlg l 44 n 1 , . , i . V . 4 . . . v . x - - ' . ,. . r . '. . . .1 . . . f . , u n . . , . . . u 1 . - - 1 n . .. '7 . . 1 ' Y - . . . . H . V A ,, v . ' ' u ' n ' . ,' . , . u n 44 ' ' ' n u , , ' rv D, , 1 .- - ' Y . . ' ' ' .' . ., . .y V . . . Q' , , L. 1 . B. . . .. ,.. u - n . ' ' .' 2 ' .', S .' ' ' 'C , -, . tv ...2,,... ,l.2., .., I , , ., -. ., . A. , - z .. 5. ' . . . . . . ,.,'. . - , , .' ., . . ., - , , Page F Orly-Eight MEMORABILIA 1 CATHERINE GARLAND "KITTY" Business College "There is no mistakeg there has been no mistakeg and there shall be no mistake." Kitty may sound harmless-but in Dramatics what force-what charm-what power of oratory! Her next argument is the Prohibition controversy, and when she expounds its cause, there will be no reason- able doubt about it. She'll convince them all-even Volsteadl EVELYN GREENE She has a meek and simple grace Heres to Evelyn with the auburn hair consclen tlous and true blue she has a bevy of pals Good luck to you GEORGE HAMRAH ZEKE Most Popular Boy I dreamed that I dwelt ln marble halls with vassaln and serfs at my side Zeke may have dwelt in sacchaime superflulty at times but all vistas of that dleamy existence van ished on the gridiron He was our own Achilles' JOHN HASSLINGER HASSY Holy Cross Football 1924 25 Ivy Orator Basketball League He most lives who thinks most feels the noblest acts the best Such O1dll01ICdl pow QI as he has Such hcue IIIX ec tive too Well to make a long stun shoit John is one of oul most populai and 11s1ng young men I it six feet one oi two nou 'I Hassy thele s a limit to evelythmg u . ,, , - . . . , h u n ll ' ' I ' ,I an n ' ,' - . , . - u u H . . l Y YI 4 ng 1' .4 v v 1 1 1 I I A ' 4 . ' '- ' . v 1 y 1 .5 7 ' Y I . 1 A 7 . L. . . . . , . S - - , , , .I .. , fy . 1 ' ' . , . . I , MEMORABILIA Page Forty Nrne MILDRED HETHERINGTON MIL Danbury Normal School Ambrtron rs her ldol De ermrn rtron and achrevement belong to M11 true Frcrch shfnk How Mllrlred can translate Les Hrstones F1 rnrarscs' A la bonne heure made morsellel WINIFRED HOGAN WIN Class Beauty Danbury Normal Class Book Commrttee Bazaar Tableaux Heart on her lrps and soul wrthrn her eyes Behold Wm the farre'-.t of the fall Oh those eves and that wrnnrng smrlc Can t you ser that you are breakrng the bovs htartsq Howexcr we cl lrke to know the explanrtron of tht blushu and Ver mont PHILIP HOLLAND PHIL Days may come and days may go but Plul goes on forever Phrl as he rs knovsn to the entrre class IS cl carefree happy go luckv bov wrth hardly a trouble or cue 1n the world Hrs undaunted spurt and hls wrttx rernarks all helped to make hrm popular wrth both teachers and students ELMER HUGHES SMOKY Property Manager Rensselaer Senror Play Class Rrng Commrttee Plu Chr Psr Let us be beaten rf we cannot fight Hes rrght there YVItll hls rnterut h hugh or h1s mrth problem one of the grng' -X cl rf you a L loolung for an rder git Smoku Its lmum to L KllII'9ILIIt . ll ,I ll In p I Y, . '. ' ' 14 ' rv , r . J , .1 . ,.,l, -. C... Y - Q 44 , '. '. 1 4-I ..'v,. 77 , , .' . , , - ll ,Y ll ' ' ' F, , . if ' ,Y '- 1 4.- , . . . S1 A4 i , .1 A 4 :fi ' 17 x. -1 vx. x7 ' i. .. , , 2 , H K. ,.. . .- I. !Y ir' 5 '- N ll If ll ' 1 If as ' ra , '. , ' .. '. . , , . . ,., . . . . .- - - - . 1 . .Y 'I U - v 1 v 1 1 V ll ,Y an - H , . In v' 5 . '- I - - lv 1 n .V . . -. , lr . . 2 ' T ' 2 . .II 5' 'I" u' rr D a ' QI- ,. M, ' . g r. . l b' .1 1 Page Fifty MEMORABILIA VIOLA JOHNSON "VI" Bazaar Tableau School for Nurses Glee Club 'Dulcet, blue-eyed maiden. ' Meet "V',' a fairzhaired lassie with a perpetual smile. What would we do without our History shark? "Vi" is a good sport and everybody's "pall RUTH JONES BLONDY Bazaar Tableaux Glee Club There is no wisdom like frankness This is Ruth a lassle vsith tresses long and golden Can you even win an argument when Blondy is H0217 Try it' ROBERT KELSEY BOB Class President 25 26 Interclass Basketball Champs 25 Maid of Athens ere we part Give oh give me back my heart The spirit the llfe the vim of oul Flench class Bob you shouldnt work so hard on your Fiench lessons It may affect youl Carolhng' We iefel THOMAS KIERNAN TOM Captain Major League Basketball 24 Track 24 25 Varsity Basketball 25 Is this that haughty gallant gay Lothano7 'Iom a gifted lad studies DLl10tl1L lllx and bcllexes A imitation a week is woith 80 Vlmgul of iut lfll pulsne and qultk to upcnt That s 'Iom' I ! 1 ! 7 ll ll ll ' ' ' I1 , . . . , ' , ai ry - I ll Y! ' I I I I ll ' 7 ' ' H Y 1 ' K ' ' Y ' , v' Q u I ss. ? . ! - . . 44 ' YY . . you to Miss Butterworth! N ,7 lt YD ' ' l 9 - ' Y ll ' ' !I , . ' Y. ' , . Yi- ',t. ,.' 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VINCENT KLONOSKI I thlnk the Romans called It Stolclsm' Q ln ol VINIHC keen of 451 IS Nlneent Thflt IS llflllll mllth or R Lodge stllkes hlm Then what .1 tllnsfolmltlon' Hls be t lI1ll00l spolt 18 spllntlng' IIODI Room E lt one fifteen JEAN KRELL Damrosch Instltute of Muslcal Art New York Clty Bazaar Commlttee Nothlng great was ever achlevecl wlthout enthu SIBSITI lean IS oul mllsle ll ZGHIUS who te lehes pllnofolte as well IS attenellng sehool In VICW of hel lillltem od hl hel edueatlon ln Gotham she IS lettlng hel Xllful ARTHUR KRUEGER ART Class Book Commlttee Although he had much Wlf He was very shy of uslng It Alt halls flom the ethereal reglons of Pond Hlll Alt llkes to hlcle hls talents and abllltles undel the If be of 1 qulet and modest Splllt but vou can t fool ll Alt NELLIE KONDROTAS NELL Glee Club Danbury Normal School Most Popular Clrl Popularlty Sltflhg wlth Gladness Thl l llttle Nell Sllfllt and sw eet YVltll Hellcen ll lll Sehool Vkds the least ot Nellle s tlflllblfe flOllLS mel elarus llel speellltles We xoted hel Nllss Popu l ll tx .l - . . . ,, K to . ' '52 ly t . ' lv , " . in I 'S I D' . . 'l ,' ' T 1 ' ' Q ' u : 2 - ' x x I . ,, . . . - ' YY ' , '-. . ,.' .2 ' D., v ,2 . ,-. ', . . I, , 2 . ' 5, . I ' , - . - - plat lg ' " ' ' ' , : 1 - ' ' "bob" row, Chevl' ul Jean, lzltlence IS EI c1l.l'dlnal . v l l 44 u ll ' - - H ui C ' 5 v J ' u' , W I , s, . ' . ll ,Y ls ' - - - n 'Q 'Q ' A an VA 11 , , , , ' , , . . , . . - . 2 .. h' . H A- , ,. I- ' A' ' ,Viv . ,sg . ' ..- I . A . ,-. A . B. , I2 ' ,--. ' , . , x . MA '-.S - z 'i j." , Page Fifty-Two MEMORABILIA MARGARET LANNON "MARIE" "She has a heart as true as steel." Marne s matutlnal Jaunt from the mountaln would fit her admlrably for a candldate on the Glrls Track team lf we had one As It IS she bends hel energy to tackllng her studles and maklng frlends RONALD J LENGYEL RONNY Track 1923 24 25 Captain 26 Football 1924 25 That I5 as well sand as lf l had sand lt myself Happy go lucky IS Ronny He looks afrald of work but lS no Slouch when ltS a case of brass tacks r D A R essays especlally when he laborlously drags off hls varsltv sweater 1n our mldst A rank reallst he IS and permlts no class to soal skyward when he IS p1 csent RAYMOND LODGE RAY Basketball Manager 26 Year Book Committee Wnth a smile that glowed celestial rosy red Theres a twmkle ln hlS merry eyes and ne er a scowl on hxs freckled usage An all round athlete and a good spolt never seen wlthout the N of N H S Heres luck to you Raymond RAYMOND LYMAN BEAN Baseball 24 26 Senior Play Basketball 25 26 Magnlfncent spectacle of human happiness Rav xx 1ll always be lemembeled bv hls classmates as ln athlete and a good fellow He has vuon a mche ln tht athletlc Hmll of Fame by h1s prowess on the basketball couxt and a place ln the heal ts of hls class m ltms bx his l0lllCllllg' manner I . , . . . 1 . . . , l 1 . . , ' u u n l . , u H . . . . . ,, 1 a Y . 0, U 9 . - v 5 -l u n , . U . . . ,, , . , . . . , 1 Y . Y. , , - aa rr , . r , , . . , . l . r 5 Q . , 'ffm . 5 ,, l v 'seg , , Y, l K ' ew I 1' 7 N ' 'Cn V' L - - l u n I Y ' I l F Y H . - n ' " ,' 1 ' ' '. .C I . S 1 . , . L A v ' ' I Q ' - 2 lv ' QQ 2 ,J x, K. . .Q . .. MEMORABILIA Page Fifty-Three ALICE MAGNUSON "AL" School for Nurses 'Life s a pudding full of plums. ' Buxom, blithe and debonair is "Al," We never no- tced her ubuxomness until she started reducing exer- cises in our beloved Friday morning dramatics! May success be yours 'Al"-reducing and otherwise. CHARLOTTE MAGNUSON CHARLIE Class Book Committee New Haven Normal From the crown of her head to the sole of her feet she is all mirth The inseparable twm Still unbobbed is Chailie and proud of her lengthy tresses From history las sons in the Digest we Just know shell make 1 good school ma am HELEN MAHER Secretary and Treasurer 25 26 Brown University Of good natural parts and a liberal education Here is Helen with he1 aubuin bob What would Helen do vxlthout her comb and Nevertheless PHILIP MAHLER PHIL Class Dude Fashion wears out more apparel than the man Phil is our Class Dude and why" Simply bu iusc he is possessed of .-1 magntlc pusonallty thxt lttlitta boxs and gills too I I I ll . If Y, .. , . . ,, s . .S I ls'- , ' ll ' Y! ' , 9 , , ' . . , . . 7 7 -9 ' ' u ' ' .U she is the competent holder of books and wampum. ll ll U ' n I ' 'S K.. y I 1 lv' nk' tv ,.E -7, . A. I. . . . ,y k k RUTH MILLER RUDY Boston School of Domestic Arts We call it only Ruth s Way Sh' Don t let s disturb Ruth' She s studying again as usual Always at work but she appreciates a Joke Keep it up Ruth WALTER MILLER An elegant sufficiency, content Retirement, rural quiet." Meet Walter! Clear minded, level headed, averse to f11N0l1tVQ a sagacious and worthwhile lad. The best of luck to you! MARGARET MCGUIRE PEGGY Danbury Normal Those about ber shall read the perfect ways f honor Margaret IS so quiet in class Now we wonder why it is She doosn t fool like other girls do Ask Elsa she can tell But she always does her lessons MARY MATAKITIS MAT Class Baby Girl am resolved to grow fat and look young til forty Mary s mirth is the secret of her life. If you don t believe it-ask her. Knowing that laughter and Joy bring weight our questions are all answered Page Fifty-Four MEMORABILIA l ul i , MEMORABILIA Page Flfty Flve JAMES MONAHAN IKE Procrastination IS the thlef of tlme 'llla pan IS mlghtler than the sword At least llY1lDlV tlllllli lt IS fol he has started a Journallstlc L llitl bv ltpllltlllg' 'Ill class and athletlc dolngs The cub llflfllti l so called by the newsboys was a gleat llvolltt ls ww. proved many 'l tlmt HARRY OLSON H Best Looklng Boy Track 23 24 25 26 Basketball 25 Business Mgr Class Book Football 26 Favored of the gods on hlgh Hall to thee Adonis' Happy handsome Hally wlth hls Jolly xollltklng' laugh It was great to heal hlm leclte but gleatel stlll to see hlm blush VIOLA OLSON RED Class Book Commlttee Tralnlng School for Nurses Glee Club 24 25 Her volce was ever soft gentle and low an excellent thlng ln malden Hall to the belle of Swede Hlll thli shy llttle mlss In hlstoly most retlllng but outsldeo Well you hale hcalcl of antlthesls' DAVID PAINTER SKINNY Merrlly we roll along Fllst a HIVWCI' then a Bunk vu ll su Due gets the knocks of llfe Hele s hoplng., lfoltunf. knocks xt QOUI rlool ' . . ll Y! .. . . . . . ,, . l 1 3 ' 2 ' . . 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' ' . , .. - . . . f - ',z ' 1 Paze Fifty-Six MEMORABILIA HELEN PIERSON HEP Glee Club 24 25 Tralnlng School for Nurses Many a heart IS won by a smile Helen IS a Jolly llttle classmdt whom vse all en Joy We only hope Helen wlll do bettel wlth her work as a nurse than she does vslth hlstorv lessons buccess to you VALENTINE RADEK RADEK He sees qulte through the deeds of men Radek a slncere frxend and true classmate I'onsor1ally speaklng we hope that the bob wlll dl ways be a la mode LOUIS RUBIN LOU Be valiant but not too venturous Lou ou1 future Wannamakex IS a hne fellow and Book and he secretly wondel vsho ever lnvented svnopsxs and declenslons' BEATRICE ROSCOE BEE Senior Play And mlstress of herself though all things fall bnls' Ask Bldtllif, hon shc dttlwcts attcntlon Whv do lll the bovs QIOUIJ mound hu ' We must learn the seuet Eulekdl Hu motto IS Dont lf todax s homevx olk lf lt can be clone tomouow KC II , - . . ll ' ' Y! . . . 5 4 Q Y - Y . N . a 3 ,sf Q-1 . ll Y! ll ' YI ll 93 ' ' , - . r - - u u ' , - 7 7 ' N , 3 , ll !l U ' n , . . , . . . l. H7 I . a frlend lndeed. Hls Nemesls IS "The Century Hand sn ,S V - 5 xx' IK ll ll , n ll! 1',,. B ,, .'., vsy. -K.:- 1 ' . , . . . . 1 -' ' G . 1. .. . . k.,. 1 -,--I f- ,fu ' fl N1 v -f"' -- 1 x -' ul' MEMORABILIA Page Frfty Seven FLORENCE RYAN FLO Class Play Commrttee Danbury Normal Early bright transient chaste as morning dew Florence rs a conscrentrous asprrrng marden wrth a fondness for fun at proper trmes and a love for musrc Best wlshes for Normal and added Joys Flo' ROCCO SALINARDI ROCCO The frivolous work of polished ldleness Ronco was a whlrlwrnd H1 whlrled rnto class and out of class and even rnto Wednesday afternoon ses IC FRANCES SCHAFFER FRAN She IS pretty to walk wrth and wltty to talk wrth And pleasant too to thunk on Those eyes' Oh yes' Manx a strappmg grrdrron vouth has stood powerless before then' soft but dan gerous gaze Her very presence rs llke a rarnbow to the storms of lrfe New Rochelle EVELYN SHEA EV The mrldest manners and the gentlest heart A quret lass who belongs rn the sllent background of our class Long lne the Qenror who can pal around mth Jumors' ll ll ll ' ' ' YI Y Y ! ' -, " - , .4 S, , - '- . . . . ., . LA II ll ' ' ' If 1 s S ' 1 ' . 1 v l w g ' n Lv: 1 . L 1 ' ,L . ,. B L- i sions. We hope Rocco is a whirlwind of a success in 1 l'f . ll ll ,, . . . . 1 Y ' I1 U I ' ll YY .A ' Yl ' K.: v -1 ' x J' , r , 4 1 A'-. ' v 3 L 5 ' v v .1 1 w Page Fifty-Eight MEMORABILIA there. tory! ELEANOR SMITH SKIP Orchestra 23 24 Girls Basketball 24 26 Junior Prom Committee Manager 25 26 Class Book Committee Moderation IS the sllken string running through the pearl chain of all virtues When th y were distrlbutlng .1 love of study the angels passed by oui Eleanors cradle Aye' Mis chief lurks in every twinkle of her snappy black eve Studyq Nonsense' Danbury Normal ANNA STAUGATIS ANN Speaking Contest Bazaar Tableaux Class Book Committee ' A rose with all Its petals yet unfolded VVe were not in High School yen long' befole Anna shovs ed us some of hu abllltx in the Speaking Contest Then shc suddenly blossomcd foith on the monthlw honor ioll Wh it a iuoid' And this is onli the be grinning MARY SHUKITIS "D0' Girls Basketball 1924-25-26 'ln books or work or healthful play I have been Hats off! Our basketball star! A graceful dash ing forward of enviable prowess. May your life be one glorious game with a hard-earned but final vic HELEN SOKOLOSKI BABS Few things are impossible to diligence Helen works hard when she xsolks plavs when she plavs and talks all the rest of the day But still sh finds time fol hel music Good fortune Babs' as-4' i I I . I I I I! ll I7 I I ' I I I - - 1 1 ,. . . . . . . . ,, . 8 . . . J . . v . -. . . . 0 X , ll I ,. . . . . . . , . . K I e ' ' ' . ' . ll II 4 , . . ,, . . P . , K, , 1 . ' ' V ' . ' I B ' ki I ' U 1 ' .K ' ' I 1 u z I - 1 . - . .K 'ku y - . - , MEMORABILIA Page Fifty-Nme HENRY STINSON HENNIE Football 1925 Companion of our wanclermgs through fair and stormy weather We ve shared the ups and downs of school ln har mony together Henry was the steady ballast of all perfervxd class dlscusslons Whenever he laughed there was a rea son Ask Radek he knovxs THOMAS SULLIVAN TOM ' A boy It was my lot to know whom his famllxar frlends called Tom Tom IS a famlllar frlend to all and though he may not be a gemus 1n French he has a head to con trlve and a hand to execute WILLIAM SULLIVAN SULLY Football Team 1925 Manager Track 1925 26 I shall never beware of mlne own wlt tlll I break my shlns against It He broke hls shms often enough but we are sure that laughtel healed them Sullys spontaneous wlt wlll be the makmg of hls future llfe Qhe sllppedl IQ hls laconlc analys1s of Opheha s demlse And how Sully revels ln Modem Poetry especlally Sandburg' ANNA SUNDAS BUBBLES A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance Anna I5 our fluffy halred blonde who alwavs wears 1 smllc These pmk cheeks md bluc ues bld fan' to cause many a masculine heart to fluttu . . u n U . . . n , . n V . . , - . an n ,,. u Q 44 . . . . 1 1 - an u rv ' ' ' ' , v 1 ' ' u H - u . . , . . . . ,, v . 1 - . . . . 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Page siXfY MEMORABILIA ALMER SVENSON JEFF Large streams from llttle fountams flow Tall oaks from llttle acorns grow Hele s to Almer small of stature but glgantlc 1n enterprxze wlth a volce of Jove l1ke sonoutv D111 gence IS hls mlddle name ELSA M THOMPSON L Class Chatterbox Nurses Tralnmxv School Class Play Class Book Comm Bazaar Tableaux Garrullty thy name IS Elsa' Flsa is our blonde wlth Howlng tresses And how she loves to talk and talk We voted her Class Chat tQlbOX unanlmouslv PATSY TROIANO Football 25 26 Mlrth with thee I mean to llve We thlnk youll agree that lf Patsy had hls foot more natural By the may Patss and that lovable old chap John Mllton wexe gleat fuends They un KlG1St00d each other well WILLIAM VAN DELFT BILL Football 25 26 Baseball 26 Captain 26 All State Tackle 26 You d scarce expect one of my size To speak ln puhlxc on the stage Hls 11111111161 xs flank and lxlflll hls natule lb sunnx as a summel dm but oh box' who vushes to plax footbxll agunst tllIN meek fallow' No one' Thele must bn 1 It IRON Thug IS ll ll C4 o v I ' I! , , . . . of I . v ' .I , ll 17 , . . . "' . ztkee u - - ,y , . J nl. .tv ' . 'K . I n K4 - , YL ' I I -Y ll ' ' ' YY . , . A l . - ball helmet on when this one was snapped, he'd look 1 Y yy .I 7 1 I A ' ' ' ' gl Y! I Y 7 l ' I Y .. , - . . ,, ' 4 1 'S -1 Y -' , 'L . - .1 A1 lv . -1 .1 ' C Y, I . Y.- L ' I x X2 '?'?'?'? ':! MEMORABILIA Page Sixty One DANIEL WALSH DAN Baseball 26 Staff Artist of Memorabllla Lord of himself' Hes lush IN Dan and hls clevexness and wlt ale seen ln hl flashmg eves Thele ls nothmg green about Mr Walsh though' Ask anybody ln h1s Eng llsh class who has heard his vlews about the oldel generatlon Whew' EDWARD WEAVING ED Football 24 26 Basketball Track Team I care not Fortune what you me deny Let health my nerves and finer Hbers brace Lds husky shoulders and great breadth of chest -ue gleatly admlred bv the fan' sex especlally the glrls trom Beacon Falls We ourselves certamly take off ou1 hats to Ed s athletlc prowess Prnze Speaking Contest Glee Club Bazaar Tableaux Class Book Committee There IS ever a time for persuasive speech Hele IS Mlldrecl a vlvaclous popular Senlor' She may look qulet and undemonstlatne but we found her out' How lVI1lly c'm talk such eloquence and such QXPIQSSIOH SIDNEY WEISS SID School Orchestra Class Play Be silent or let thy words be worth more than silence Sul always had a sont of sellous fouefulmss about hum ught down to busmcss all the tlme Keep lt up md you ll get there Sxd l l . 1 I 'I , I A MILDRED WEDGE "MlLLY" X rw, . 5, XX I -. I I x I Page Sixty-Two MEMORABILIA EDWIN WIGGLESWORTH "ED" Track Team '26 l "The greater man, the greater courtesy." Behold our class canary. Once 21 canary, now a fleet-footed member of our track team and in the fu- ture who knows-but a plumber! And, oh ycs, a dancer and-what not? l MYRTLE WOOSTER SUNNY Guard on Jumor Class Team Fannie Smith Klndergarten School Such llttle hands and feet to match' Mvrtle IS petlte and apologetlc 1n manner She IS just a llttle glrl who looks as though she ought to be ln Kmdergarten helself lnstead of preparmg to teach thele HEDWIG ZALESKI HED Bazaar Committee Class Book Commxttee A moral sensible and well bred maiden Add to a true combmatlon of pluck pelsevelance and gut sterlmg charactu and you w1ll have a good descuptlon of ou1 Hcd HELEN ZEMBROSKI BUDDY Qhc looks up and she looks down and then she blu'-hes Oh no Helen 1 meulx bashful she 1sn t a coquttte fam flom lt Qht 18 1 hald vuolklng lassle lllll Lxpect to take the bu mu xxolld bx tolm l ll Y, if ' I1 W ,Y l ll Y, H . - - .U Y .' ' l - ' r -A , I- - , u sy ll ,Y "She has two eyes so soft and brown. Take care l" K l -1 S Y: v A , S , , 's 'J j 5 , .. '. ' A . ,,... .k,:2 .-,. 2 X 'S ' s'x's" js '. 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X 1 1 Page Sixty-Four MEMORABILIA THE LOG OF 1926 FRESHMAN YEAR' On the seyenth of September 111 22 haldly a man 15 now ahve who falls to 1emember that momentous OCCHSIOH when we the famous class of Illlleteell hundred and twenty SIX entezed these beloy ed portals Many of us on the nrst dav stood agape ga71ng at the 1nsc11pt1on on the outs1de of the blllldllflg' For many davs we ga7ed upon the statues and plctures whlch adolned the walls and halls of our future Alma Mater ln round eved wonder Then we proceeded to forget them Freshmen were not scarce and were scarcely out of anyones w ay Our eyes and ears nnssed nothlng ne1ther d1d we belleve 1n g1v1ng few our 1 OICBS We went through the usual routlne of belng mls dlrected by the Sophomores laughed at by the Jumors and 1gnored by the Senlors Bobbed halr was not 1n vogue and 1J1gtallS O1 curls adorned the fem1n1ne port1on of the class The boys wore kn1ckers' Oxford Bags were unknown' The hrst few months we1e hal um scarum caref1 ee day s but It d1dn t take us long to catch on and by the mlddle of the Frosh y ear we knew every short cut to 1ec1tat1on rooms Sometxmes we were on t1me for classes sometlmes we could11 t be found w1th1n ox w lthout the bulldlng w hen lo we tu1ned up unexpectedly accompanled by the wlldest of excuses These only served to make ou1 1nstructo1s wonder where we had dey eloped such an acute 1mag1nat1on 1n so short a t1me The boys wele yery much mterested 1n basketball so much so that Coach Foley organlzed the C0101 League The F1 eshman captalned by Tom K1ernan led IH the finals SOPHOMORE YEAR' A 1ump' A splash' A splu1ge' We were 1n1t1ated 1HtO the dlgnlfled class of Sophomores' The days passed sw1ftly and uney entfullv fo1 the most palt but for the others they were glggled away The Sophomo1es were the l1fe of the Assembly Hall on all occas1ons All of us V619 fam1l1a1 w 1th the xauous routes to the oflice The school l1bra1y w as the fayoute abode oi those seek1ng refuge f1om yustlce and many t1mes we w ere caught seek1nff refuge 1n the second act of Shakespeale We became fam1l111 w 1th 1nst1ucto1s and classrooms and were C,IlLlg'Ql1C and ambltlous So much so that w1th the bLg'l1lIlll'lg of the famous NK ednesday aftelnoon SLSSIOIIN we 1o111o.d the pa1ade of the noble SIX llllllfllhfl mo1e 01 less 111,11 excellent negatne standlngs called us back 101 one hou1 1nd a half Then as qu1ckly 1SllQlM.jJ,'dl1 ou1 Sophomolc yr ll ended How we brfllle to tllllllx of those w O1ld0lflll days' How We mlss them' . 1 ' 1 ' 7 1 ' ' A 'f ' 7 x ' K' 7 1 7 ' I v v. 7 y L 1 L , , 1 X t,-K. y . L , .I 1 ' 1 1 1 A a I n 4 1 s U N 7 " Y 1 . . , , , V 9 ' 1 ' 1 1 vf ' ' 7 , . . , , 7 1 A . . . . . 1 H 77 . . ' 1 1 A1 - 1' 1 -A 1 Y 1 1 f y , ' ' 7 , U H ' A n Y l 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 . L 7 " 7 y v 1 ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1- 11 1 .. 1 -Q v n ' I ' 7 9 ' Q , . - U ' ' , sr Thus ends the annals of the Asp1r1ng F1eshmen. 1 . 1 1' 1 1 1 w ' 7 ' 1 c 1 1 ' , . Q 1 ' - 1 7 "' ' 1 1 1, 1 1' ' 1 ' 1 . , . . D , 31 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1' , ' ' 1 Y 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 3 11' 1 1, ' ' A 1 1 ' H ,' 1, H 1 1 , 11 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1' I ' ' 'E ' . MEMORABILIA Page Srxty Frve JUNIOR YEAR' The Junror year c tmt rn xvrth a rush tor vxhy xx hen rt only took a srxtreth of a mrnutc to begrn eternrty should rt t rke any longer here ' But the daxs that rrrterxened betxxeen thrs sm rll drxrsron of trme and that xx hrch closed the xear xx ere rrrterspersed bv sex eral maror actrxr tres These helped to allexrate the steady drone ot monotonous school routrne Such ex ents are xxh it made the Junror xear an enrovable one o crallx and a prosperous one educatronally rs max xx ell be seen trom a further rexrexx Frrst exerythrng, seenre l to be changed thrs vear from unshrned Shoes now kept shrned to the br rrded locks noxx kept unfettered and from the electron ot Presrdent to the apporntment of Cloak Room charges Second xx as held a meetrng bx the members of our class xxrth the express purpose ot desrenatrng the offrcers xx ho xx ere to prlot us through the rest oi our eomplrcated hrsts As a result three rrrcrgressrxe le rde rs hobert Kelsex Thomas Brosnahan and Helen Nlaher were duly elected and rnst tlled as Presr dent Vrce Presrderrt Qeeret :rx and 'lreasurer respectrxely They were commrttees rn charge ot all contempl rted Junror class tunctrons At the next meetrng plans materralrfed tor the hrst dance to be grx en by our notexxorthy clfrss Thrs establrshed an enxrable reputatron xx hrch has later been the standard rn ex olxrnf, other socral affarrs both pleaeurably and financrallx Not long afterxx ards an educational feature rn xx hrch sex eral members of the Claes xx on drstrnctron xx as held Thrs xxas the Prwe Qpeakrng Contest held rn Februarx and xx as the spotlrght of all educ r tronal actrxrtres ot the xear The entrres xx ere Florrne Brrd Hrlda Drrgnat Wrllram Fennrman Dunean Callagher Anna Qtaugartus About three months later as the dax s began srmmerrng doxxn there xx as staged the Wt Ex erest of soeral functrons It eclrpsed both our hrst danee and our X alentrne rartx It xx as the Junror Prom xvhrch has left such sxveet 'rnd duleet memorres of xx hat a good trme should be Such rs the lustrous e rreer ot thrs drstrngurshed Iunror class xx hreh xxrll nexer Cefrsetoproclrrm1tselfthrou3.,h rts members far and xxrde rn the pursurt of lottx pathxxaxs to tame but as Queen Ll 1 rbeth sud to qll XX alter Ixalerf h Ixeep x our hat on for xxe are gornff through the Senror xear ex en sxxrtter 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' . 1 ' 1' z 2 . , ' ', .x .' . 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', A 1 1 fri, 44 ' , , , Y 15 v ' ' Page Srxty Snx MEMORABILIA SENIOR YEAR' We began as Senrors rmmedratelg to make ourselx es knoxxn We re elected the offlcers of our Junror year Robert Kelsey Presrdent Thomas Brosnahan Vrce Pr esrdent Helen Maher Secretary and Treas urer The class xvas greatly rn need of shekels so actrvltres were begun rmmedrately Our frrst affalr was a 90Cl3l one about as socrable as a funeral consequently vxe gaxe up socrals rn despalr and cast our fortunes to somethrng drfferent On October 30 xve held a masquerade strlctly masque Thrs xx as both a socral and financlal success In the meantlme the football season had begun The Senlor Class was well represented both ln the field and rn the cheerlng sectlon Then came the great exent the Bazaar' It xxas held December 4 and 5 and rt left memorres that not even tlme can erase Most of the money 1n our treasury up to thls tlme was contrrbuted by thrs event It rarsed our hopes and 13I'ODl19Sl8d a bllght future Then l1ke a wet blanket on a brrght fire came our Chrrstmas dance December 30 It left us smoulderrng not qurte dead but exprrlng Thrs was followed closely by an unrntentronallv exclusrxe Valentrne dance The returns Frlday December 11 marked the last lapse of the Senror class lnto ch1ldhood It xx as Rrbbon Dav and brrght halr rrbbons were xx orn by the lassres and crrsp Buster Brovxn tres were consprcuous among the lads Ex eryone thought that financrally the class xx ould be a farlure but psy chologlcally we remembered that to thrnk success brmgs success So we thought' And thoughtll And success looms on the horrfon Wrthrn a short tlme our school days wrll end and xx e shall 1o1n the throng of mvrrads gone before Happrly contemplatrxe of our achrexements rntellectually rf not financlallx xxe stand ready for the Future Trnged wrth sadness rs our departure for rt means doubtless that nex er agarn shall We assemble as a class For that lb Llfe To meet to knoxx to love and then to part Makes up Lrfe s tale to many a feellng heart CATHERINE GARLAND, . . . , . .W , . , K , i ' 4 l 1 1 K 9 A v - . . . , - 7 Y Y 1 u n . w ' . - L 5 1 Lv 5 'T Y V ' . . . . . 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'- - 119111' 2111 1111'1-1- z11'1s1: 111'2lXX'1111I 1111 1 111' 111 ,- 111111111111 - 11111- Page Seventy MEMORABILIA JOHN MILWARD JAMES McCANN Exery yeal thele a1e tvso Semors and fuends vsho TCCQIVG no dlplomas but vs ho nex ertheless are xely popular and much esteemed by all One IS very pompous 1n appearance and fllghtens the pool deal F1 eshmen almost to teals upon thelr entl ance He IS esteemed by all 1nclud1ng the facultv So 1n thls the lecord of our Hlgh School L1fe we w1sh to extend ou1 s1nce1e app1ec1at1on and fellcltatlons to Mr MllXV3ld and M1 McCann who haxe worked falthfully and cheerfully for ou1 comfolt and convenlence for four long years and ns ho celtalnly deselxe all the good luck ln the woxld 4 t e l o 1 v V My , Q V . S n. , V . , , , , , . 7 . n k , . . , . i The other has a Celtic smile, and an open and frank countenance. ! - ' . , , n 1 Q o a , 1 A N , Y . . A Q ' T 1 y , - ' L 1 v Y I ' . 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'll111 1,L'1"l1', '11111 111-111 "111 j -'11'.', 1,1111 y'111"11'11S11111'11KY111'l.111y, 11 -- 1'.': I'1H1'11Y1'1'1111' xx'11i1'li1111' S1-1 111' 1111- 1111 '-1f '111-11 1.'S111,i 11 ' 11 91 ' ' 1s '1'-. .A111 ' 1111' 811111 211.11115 " 1111-, T11- 111'11111i.'1-11 1'1-xx'z11'11-IC 1- '1i1y. -v.1 1 ' Page Seventy Four MEMORABILIA I SAY Bewale' I gne xou fan VkdIYlIllg' Nlexel assume the honolable lole of soda clclk though 9I1tlCII'lg be the place locatmn and cllmate Bellexe me deal 1eade1 icn I speak from thorny experlencc and cxpellence lb a dc mr teachel In thc fnst place the woll ls monotonous unlntelestlng drab colorless You cntcl the cstabllshmcnt deposlt Voul hat ancl coat and assume a stlff whlte coat the collal ot whlch SCIHPQS youl wcll sh wen neck 'Ihen you go IIIIIHIV to youl post ot duty behmcl the 101111113111 wlth head lugh and teeth gutted and thele vou stav untll It lb tlme to go home mlxlng sodas, bplIIlY'lg mllk around bru1s1ng your fingels on the pucklv lemon Ju1ce extractor tossmg sod 1 cups at the cavernous depths of the waste basket makmg mee greasy pools on the fiom upon whlch the honolable boss sooner or latcr places h1s 1ubbe1 heel' 'Ihen vou ICCCIVL a crlsp and talt reprlmand vuhlch lccluccs any tendeucv tovxal ds IIIfI1tl0lI ot the clanlum You axe mwaldlv mutteung lc fate when a battalion of IIOISV females lnvades XOUI domaln ralses an unholy lumpus NVIIICII IS enclulable only because you have uclves of blass or hammeled stecl 'Ihen xou walk to thelr tables for the older Then a XIIIZIHOUS fuslllacle follows I dont know what I want Ask Ellzabeth Ann' bav ask he1 Ill haxe the same' What" Walt a nfunute wont xou Whatcha got" sundae 01 no walt a mlnutc glxe mc x hot fuclgc sundae vslth pecans Mlnc s a chocolate float but don t put chocolatc lcc cxcam ln It Remcmbel I And so It goes Xou alc bombaldccl with such cxpxesslons flom cach of XOUI fluffy patrons You letmcat to thc xcx plotectlon of the fountaln Thls attack lasts fox flve and SOITl6tIITI9b ten mlnutcs PITIIIIX the oldel IQ gnen and gulgllngly con sumecl Then you are gleeted xxlth a SIIOXVGI of dollaxs, halwes and qualtels all at once and evelv gurl shueks Take mmc out of that' After a lu11d and Horld half hour of change maklng ln whlch you makc about a half dollax the mob dlsperses and xour retxeat IS left to cool tranqullltx and to vou' You vallantly lecupelatc ln tlme to admlnlstel spults of nltcr to the fcvcllsh and par 120110 to thc vsalllng Infant My hlst and list word IH BEVS ARL of that honol able pxofesslon of a soda clclk 'I 1kc lt fl om mc You mav bx eak xou max shattex the glass 1f you vull But the stlcklness of the sundac sull hang lound It st1ll' FILLILI xcl Q B1 onson If il . . 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MEMORABILIA Page Seventy Flve HALL OF FAME RONALD LENGYEL Because he xx islllllllfillcll 1111 ngl1sh cl1ss tlx xx sb1111g,,1ng Us back to earth xx1th a Cldbh bfcausc he excelled ln dl tmat1cs bcctuse he xx as a flrm dlsbellexer 111 fa111es because he hael 1 deep hea1tx laugh Wax h1s S1311 It nex QI d1e' JAMES MONAHAN Because he xx as a txx e 11t1eth CGHLUIV example ot the PlOCIdSl.lIl4l.t10I1 Theorv because he or1g1nated the soup eatlng contest xt lecess Ill the cateter1a uecausc he had that xx1eathed smlle so beloxecl bx Mllton and M158 G1a1nge1 and because he xx as 1 great success xt belng late f0I Inhale and Fxhale FXQICISQS MARGARET CARROLL Because she xxas ou1 clase tash1on plate because she could stop anx box s hea1t 101 a moment because she could alxxays be SlI6I1t 1n Fconom1cs exen xxhen called upo11 bectuse she COHQLIQILCI Duncan a aghe1 Ill the plax and because xxell 1ust becmse' WILLIAM VAN DELFT Because of h1s ax GINIOII to Flllldj I'l'lOIIl1I1g d1an1at1cs bec zuse he xx as proof aga1nst f6lT1lI11IlL xx1lcs because he xx IS a good football plax er, and because he xxo1ked 1n a smoke shop and nexcr smoked WINIFRED HOGAN Because she xx as ou1 class beauty because she xx as so qu1et and she xx as Queen of the W'est S1de and because she l1ked to slt on xx OOCIQII StdIlS and l1s'en to faux tales GEORGE HAMRAH Because he xx as ou1 mOsI populal box because he fL1lIlINI'16d all the SQHIOIS xx1th ca11dx IIOIN a s0U1CG LIIIICIIOXX Il and because he could eat c mdx and chexx gum ALNIOQT SUIILDtltI0llNlY IH NI1ss C.1a111ge1 s zoom MARY SHIRLEY Because she upheld the honm ot the SLHIOIN 111 Athlet1cs for gnls because she could t11p the llght fa11tast1c Ill such 1 c 1pt1x 1t1ng xx ax dlld be c iuse she had 1 Llljlqllltevls necklace ot c nlet be ae s WILLIAM FENNIMAN because h1s motto xxas Im Ilght dead 11g,ht' because he had th it IIltdIlfIllJI6 qllcllltx chool SIJIIII, because he could make Patllck Hemx look l1ke John Smlth xx hc11 It came to Ol 1to1x a11d because he xx as an mnate gentleman NELLIE KUNDROTAS .ccause e xx ts Olll most po mu dl gn because she gaxe goof IULANIIIQ III 1ce c1e tm sod IN a11d sundaes because she xx as ex elxbodx t1 ll 1d It 1ec muse QI o 1 wx ts bo s . . 1.4 V V. . 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Page Seventy SIX MEMORABILIA HENRY CIESLEWSKI becausc he xx as alxx ays playlng a 1oke O1 bemg the talget fol a loke 1n Room IX because he xx as such a dyed 1n the xxool Xlllaln m the Chl19t1'113S plax because though he fullxf appleclates LTDIOH Clty Beacon Falls xx1ll alwaxs be hls fnst love because he can talk from noxx unt1lSundax xxlthout a bleak and because he xx as a good Japanese xalct THOMAS BROSNAHAN Because thls bashtul xoung man selxed as Vlce P16Q1d0l1t be causc he excelled as fcxx ex L1 excel 111 Latm because h1s angehc coun tenance was such an lnspnatlon to the faculty because he made Leary s d1ug store so popular xx 1th celtam Senlol glrls, because he xx as Valedlc touan of ou1 class and because he nex GI took less. than SIX books home IH a slngle mght RAYMOND LODGE hec zuse ol the IU1SCl11LX0l,lS twmkle 1n hls eye because he was one efhclcnt managcl fo! thc 1926 basketball team because he was so BASHFUL xx1th the xx eake1 sex, and because he ate the same kmd of food ts the plax els It the Kale l,OLl1ll3I'l'1611t IRENE CINK Because ot hel lndelatlg 1lJllllLV1H collectmg monex for Senlol class bec xusc of hel g'LllGlrll DODLllf-lllty because she xx as alvxays a xv1ll1ng mc mbcl on Scnxol COIHYIIIFLLL s bcc xusc she hllcd d1JOSllLl0l'l IH M1 Chlt tcndtn s ofhce succcssfullx and bccausc ot hu 1lI9p1CSS1lJlG X1XdC1tj FREDERICK BRONSON Because of h1s cha1acte11st1c good nature fuendllness and 'pep because he ncx G1 xx alked xx hcn he could run because of h1s xelsatlllty as hclo IH the QQHIOT plax and because of hls vlexxs on the 1nfer1o11ty of xxomen RK 1 , , , . . , x ' . 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