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v+ f - rf-lv "' THE SENIOR CLASS BOOK OF THE ew aven igh School 1909 EIPHTUIC-lN-i'lllliF. jo11x-l.Ii1ixx1Q. .KSS01'l,Vl'HS. R111 1 1 I,,x111:1Q1e'11, Sr11'1111i IIx1,1mj1N, IQ1'ss1i1,1, I,1i,x11Y, ,l1111x l11'1z'111N, I.11.y S1i1,1.121i, C111x1:1,12s li1s1i1.Ii, I':T,Sllf 17111111 BYSINESS Rl .KN Mill R. , . . , . , Imlx I. D1-,I,Xl xxx. .XSS4H'lX'l'lIS. 111111 l1x11x1-is, I,1111x.x I11'1c111Q1., 1111611 II'1'N12s, I'4l.1rYIJ I'1111'111i1c, ,xnxris 1,1-tA,Rx'V, XX'11.1.1.xx1 CUNNELY, R1"1'11 lI12x11x1zw,xY. Volume II . . ff' . .,..'.. F' 1"L1:1,1511ED AAN .x1.1.x 1:x lllll, 51-51111: yrvxss NEW If.U.'IfN 1111111 Sc1111111,. -1 Xf' H moryiti mqliora SQquamur' A. D. STEINBACH PRESS 150-152 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN. coNN 1 --f- -FLM f I... W -v V v-- - fm, Y.,...Y,, , Introduction In behalf of the Class of IQOQ we extend our most sincere thanks to all those, both Faculty and Student. who have so kindly aided us in the preparation of this volume. VVe present this Second Volume of the Class llook fully aware of its deficiencies, but in the hope that they will be concloned by our Classmates, in the light of its purpose. The purpose of this book is to serve as Z1 golden link to bind in the future our memories. to the' past. Tm: EDITORS. . i TO MR. CHARLES L. KIRSCHNER THIS VOLUME IS FONDLY DEDICATED BY THE CLASS OF 1909 D gf N i F fl sv R - ' -v-"iii Freshman Year N turning the leaves of history one that immediately ar- rests our attention is headed "Year 19o5." Fondly, we connect that very important event of our lives, our en- trance to the New Haven High School with 1905. Our thoughts linger upon it and recollections come and go in a contin- uous stream, gliding by like a procession of silent spirits. llle are living over the prominent incidents of our Freshman year. Again it a mild September morning and we are hurrying to the High School. XYe feel rather nervous and by our uneasy actions the Upper Classinen know us at once to be "Scrubs" Of course, we arrive very early and have plenty of time to look about us before the bell rings. NYC seek a place aside from the crowd and watch the "old-timers" talking and jczllying. Observing what the other classes do, forms a large part of the Scrubs training. If perchance an Upper Classnian should but glance at us, we blush a deep red. for our very presence seems to breathe out the word-Freshman. 6 NEW HAVEN HIGII SCHOOL 'CLASS BOOK VVe are inside the building wandering around the halls, look- ing in vain for our rooms. Summoning up our whole courage, we tiinidly approach one-who-knows, a Soph, Junior, or even a Senior, and inquire the way to Room -. Upon being directed, we hasten to the room, and are soon busy filling out registration blanks. It seems strange to hear the teacher prefix the title Mr. or Miss to our names. This business-like address is quite a change from the familiar first name of the grammar school. This first day is a day of wonders, but the novelty will soon wear off and we will become accustomed to the new ways, the passing from one recitation to another, the devotional exercises in the Audi- torium, the school papers, and last, though not least, the lunch counter. It is one o'clock and we are hurrying home to tell all our experiences. That October is ideal for football, is shown by the squads of players going through the snappy practice. IQOQ is ably repre- sented on the field, though we do not win the championship. One of the players on the "Scrubl' team, "Butch" Carroll, makes the regular team in his first year, while a few years later a good part of the team makes the 'fregularsf' In basketball we turn out a fast team that gains the class cham- pionship. Many girls have received invitations to the li. T.-, Alpha Al- pha, and Kappa Mu Sigma teas. They are attending in gala attire while the boys can only stand by an-fl enviously admire them. Again we are in the Auditorium before the 'Christmas vacation. Expectant, we wait for the commencement of the entertainment. W'e are not disappointed, for, thanks to the efforts of the School Circle, the Freshman entertainment proves a great success and is immensely enjoyed by all. It is a New Year and we are back in school after our Christ- mas vacation, filled with new energy and new resolutions. Each afternoon we take 'home a pile of books, fwe sometimes forget the deskj but sad to rela-te, the pile gradually diminishes in size and so do our new resolutions. Even then it is gratifying to note that the honor list of the Freshman Class can be favorably coni- pared with that of the other classes. ' "Civ 'H NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL Cmss Book 7 This is a period when marks are due to fall. Although we are only '4Freshies," some of us have progressed far enough to be present at dances and entertainments. The Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity hrst gave its dance and entertainment, and also the sketch "My Friend X." The Gamma Delta Psi people also gave an entertainment and dance, presenting the play "Too Much of a Good Thing." The Theta Sigma Fraternity had a minstrel show which was a decided success. The many sleepy looks and answers of "not preparedw show how well these enjoyable affairs are attended. Time has quickly passed and the term is drawing to a close. XYe are all busy finishing up our work and taking "exams" As the final day of school approaches we find Ourselves rich in ex- perience and new friends. Vie hail the end of our "Scrub" year with delight, for next year XVE shall be able to shout 'fScrub!" at the incoming class. As this page in history is turned over, an inclefinable feeling of pleasure mingled with regret fills us, XVe can look back and see where we have erred. But it is done. and through all, the bright spots of the year shine out. Always will our Freshman Year recall pleasant memories of the Class of IQOQ. , Julius Cohen. 10 .ip .1 Z. i-if -r 0: 1 1 GI' i ,si L -J 1 -.-i-2-':.: .... , ' ? 2, '-.i'-:- ! :bi ,, , dw a Sophomore Year ITH great joy we came back to school in September, 1906, for were we not Sophomores now? No more could the upper classnien call us HScrubs," and make such sneering remarks as "Oh! isn't she cute 7, or 'fVX'here's your nursemaid, little child 7, All during our Freshman year We had dreamed of this -time, thinking it would be the Htinie of our livesf, And now,-now, it had come and we could have our revenge on those innocent "scrublets." No sooner had we become accustomed to Sophomore life, than came the call for football candidates. After much practising and after a long series of games, nearly all of which we won, We carried away the 'championship at Middletown, from the Hartford High School. Then came basketball and hockey. Need I say that in these games, to-o, our teams excelled? just about this time the girls of the junior class issued invita- tions ito their "Junior Fair." Of caurse, we all had to go and see how this great work was carried on. For, you see, we should have to give one the next year, and ours must be the best ever yet given. New HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CL.xss Boox 9 XX'e must not overlook the teas, which the' B. 'T.-, Alpha Al- pha, Kappa Mu Sigma and Phi Sigma girls gave to the different classes. No longer were the callers afraid to go in when they reached the house, for they were Sopihomores and therefore above bashfulness, at least before the Freshmen. . One morning when we came to school, great Haming paste-: greeted us at every corner. These informed us that the Theta Sigma Fraternity would give their "annual entertainment and danceu at Music Hall. The f'Crescentl' and "Radiator', dances followed. More of us than ever, attended them, for we were beginning our social life, which was to last for three years. At the close of the school term at Christmas, a farce entitled "Thirty Minutes for Refreshments" was given under the direction of the School Circle. It really seemed as if "lots,' of good things were coming our way. Then came the dance given by the Class of 1907. A few of the favored ones attended this and had a splendid time. Last, came the exams! How we tried to put the dreadful thought from us! How we tried to assume the care-free look of the Seniors! But, as much as we tried, we couldn't do it, and "shook in our boots," if anyone even mentioned exams. But as all great difficulties are overcome sooner or later, our exams, to our delight, were passed off successfully and we stood dignified juniors. So went our Sophomore year with all its joys and sorrows. Looking back on our High School course, we consider it a very happy year indeed. "And now when this year has gone, And another we see drawing near, XVe can say, 'lYe've been friends true and faithfulg' A tender, 'FareWell, dear old yearf " Ruth Huntley Heimlzgfway. X? Isl i 1 1 as o"' '1' ' . ' Q.:':: vs: . .:'::' Q' Q . 0 -'. . , ...Z .Oo 'Q o . . ., ,.: , ,Zo : 2... .o. ".".! ,3 ': '. .' " , - 0. ' f ' qu "" b I- 7 to 0' . .. . , , ,:, n ,rl mmf U .' .: au 0. . gf, .su .. . . p., ,. ,- ,. '...'.-'..'.--'I. .. f-b 4 1' Q .. - U 5 . 5 A 4563! I 6 ' in -:1 '- f of ,' ' . . 2 :f,-'5 Junior Year El-'TEKlIlER, IQO7, found us prepared for the hardest year of our course, hardest at least as regards our les- sons. Even the most carefree student thought he must study some, and he thought rightg the athletes, more especially at this time. the football men, had to work hard or there would be a vacant place on the team for someone else to Fill: the "grinds" had time for nothing but their studiesg and some of our brilliant lights referred to their text-books at home occa- sionally. But then, we were upper-classmen. and that honor was suflicient compensation. After getting used to the shock our teachers had prepared for us, some of us found time to see a football game or two. The season started in yery poorly. but keeping it in mind that "a good beginning makes a bad end," we hoped fo-r better things. And our hopes were not in Vain,-for, although we were not in any league, a number of big games had been arranged. Among these was one with the NYesleyan Freshmen, on October 19th, for which the score stood I6 -to 2 in our favor. On the twenty-third, we New HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL Crass BOOK 11 defeated the Bridgeport High School in Bridgeport, and on the twenty-seventh, the Norwich Free Academy, in the hardest game of the season. Although beaten by a score of 2 'to o by the Yale Freshmen, 2l1Cl, we considered the game very creditable as our l.neup was irregular. IQOQ was proud of 'Chandler's playing in that game. The next week, the closest game of the season was non by a score of 6 to 5, against the Middletown High School. The last two games of the season were comparatively easy vic- tories. The class of 1909 may well be proud of the team's play- ing as we were so well represented by Davis. Chandler. Con- nolly, and several other star-players. Un Qctober 21st, the interclass track meet was held, and we came in second with twenty-eight points to 1908.5 fifty-eight. Comstock with twelve, Connolly with ten, and XVatrous and Fi- field with three points apiece, were our standbys and deserve great credit for their work. In the meantime, the girls had not been idle. Late in Septem- ber we were invited to attend a tea given by the girls of B. T.-, and October, twenty-fifth to another given by the Phi Sigma girls. Having become accustomed to these affairs, we were no longer afraid to go, and when we got there, were glad we did, as the teas were most enjoyable affairs. During October and November we were especially busy pre- paring for the greatest social event of the Junior year,-our Junior Fair. Wie decided to give a Flower Fete and how much time and labor we spent in preparation! ' At last on December seventh, we were ready to receive our guests in our beautiful garden of paper flowers. VVe had suc- ceeded in making the library look prettier than ever before with our bright-colored blossoms. At one booth, trimmed with pink and white carnations, fancy aprons were soldg at another dec- orated with sweet-peas of various colors, other fancy articles, our grab-bag was a garden of tulips planted in sawdustg our Hower booth was fesitooned with daffodils, and still Others dis- played chrysanthemums, ragged sailors, roses and prettiest of all, -many people thought-cherry blossoms. The cherry blossoms were attached to branches of trees and very artistically arranged. J. V 12 NEW HAVEN PITCH SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK At this booth, which was in the lunch-room in the basement, the girls made tea. The candy booth, bedecked with roses, was in this room also. The ta-bles with huge paper daisies as covers, were very pretty, especially when the candelabra were lighted. Ice cream, cake, lemonade, and tea were served by girls in daisy cos- tumes. Another attraction was the side-show, a series of wax- works. The Fair certainly was a great success financially and socially and too much credit cannot be given Miss Blakeslee for her able work as chairman of the committee. Then we were ready for the basket-ball season. Although the games were not exceptionally well-attended, the team did some splendid work and played through a very successful season. Twenty-five games were arranged, fifteen of which were home gan1es,uancLthe victories and defeats were pretty evenly balanced. Captain Dustin was the star player and was well-supported by Saxe, Frankel, Connolly and Starkweather. - The hockey team played a few games when the weather per- mitted, but that was not often enough to make up a regular sched- ule. On january ninth, such of us as were able and felt so inclined, went to wa-tch the seniors play "Davy Crockett." And they cer- tainly played nobly! Not one in the cast did poor work, and many did exceptionally fine work, so we were not surprised to hear later that the class had voted them a banquet as a reward for their labors. lVe decided, however, to equal, if not excel, them in our production when we got to be serious and dignified seniors. The thirty-first of January seemed to be a very popular night, and is certainly a memorable one for many of us, for two dances were given, one by Theta Rho, the other by Theta Signaa. Both were enjoyed by all who attended and many who didn't, wished they could. The Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity enlivened things February fourteenth with their annual entertainment and dance. Agair: I-jog scored, for one of the members of the cast, Jerome Gilbert, '09, was the hit of the evening in the farce entitled 'iThe Music NEW H.xvEN Hion SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK 13 Plasterf' which was very successfully given. And the dance after- ward was superb. During the spring the girls were invited to two teas, one given by the Alpha Alpha Sorority, and the other by the girls of Kappa Mu Sigma. The teas are certainly very popular with the girls and are well-attended. A Charity Concert given by the Senior Class was next in order. A programme of fourteen numbers was given by the class assisted by Odenkirsche-n's Urchestra. Solos. duets, quartets and choruses were beautifully rendered and the round sum of one hundred and fifty dollars was realized. Another example for us to follow, classmates! 'The following day the baseball season opened and defeat was ours in the game with the Yale Freshmen. But a week's training improved the nine and the Naugatuck High School team was no match for ours. By a score of 7 to 3 we won, and considered we had wiped out the defeat of the previous week. Cnr next victim was New Britain High. And so throughout the season, -we played and received victories and defeats in prfetty equal numbers. And now it was drawing near election time. Dr. Cushing called a meeting of the junior class. before which he read the Constitution of the Class of 1908. A committee was appointed to revise it to suit the needs of the class, and the next week we were summoned 'to consider its adoption and to elect our officers. Hillhouse and Boardman called mass meetings previous to the election and we assembled that Friday noon keyed to the highest pitch of excitement. XVould Boardman win or would Hillhouse? No one knew.-we could only conjecture. And when at last the votes had all been cast and counted and the result announced, we cheered President Dustin with a will and were glad it was all over. Boardman had won the election and the laurels were for a man worthy of them. Hillhouse had lcstg and those who knew him realized that loss had fallen upon a man who knew far better than most of us how to take it and come up smiling,-thus turning defeat into as glorious a thing as victory. The vice-presi- dent, according to the Constitution, should be a Hillhouse man, so Mr. Comstock was unanimously elected to that office. Miss . , , 14 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLAss BOOK Langley of Hillhouse was elected secretaryg and Mr. Fifield of Boardman, treasurer, with Miss Schneider of Hillhouse and Miss Sarles of Boardman as his assistants. Mr. Cross was elected ser- geant-at-arms. And then we were really organized as a class. Friday night, April twenty-fourth, Zeta Chapter of Alpha Iota Epsilon Fraternity gave a dance in XVarner Hall. The dance was well-attended and the dancers spent a very enjoyable even- ing and one which they will remember with pleasure. The junior Reading Circle, which had been formed earlier in the year by Miss Cleaveland, held -their closing entertainment in the Library, Friday, May Ist. The circle was composed of mem- bers of the junior Class of Hillhouse, and more than twenty of the girls had joined. ,7Duri,ng theqyear,-,meetings had been held every two weeks and selections had been read from various Amer- ican poets. The entertainment was in keeping wi-th the work done by the circle, being a representation of "The Courtship of Miles Standish." Miss Blake, secretary of the circle. read several se- lections from the poem between the scenes. Miss Petrie as Pris- cilla, Miss Barnes as john Alden, and Miss Quinlan as Miles Standish headed a cast of very clever actresses. Many of the Sophomores were present, and both Sophomores and Juniors en- joyed the little play immensely. Late in April, the Seniors gave their promenade and dance in Music Hall. This was the first time that the Seniors had at- tempted a promenade and it was such a success that probably it will become an animal event. The last big social event of the year was the Cresent Enter- tainment and Dance given in Music Hall, Friday, May Sth. The farce entitled "The Peacemakeru was very successfully played and the dance was a long-to-be-remembered one. And now the end of the year was approaching. The Seniors were preparing for graduation, and we juniors felt very unim- portant when we thought of the year that still remained before we could represent the graduating class of New Haven High School. And in that year we had a great deal to do. junior year ,at its best was only a preparation for the leadership of the school. As we looked back over the past ten months, we felt that we had NEW HAVEN Hicn Scnooi. CLixss Boox 15 made a good beginning, for we, as a class, were well-represented in the Debating Societies, the N. H. H. S. A. A., in athletics, dramatics, and especially in the School Circle. Into the last- named organization our best Workers had been elected from time to time so that the Circle would start well in the fall. The last Hutter of excitement came in the way of elections to the Senior Shakespeare Club, and then, before we had time for much regretting or rejoicing the last day had come. For ns, the class of 1909, it was the last day of fa hard, but happy year, during which we had begun to realize, what we shall probably fully realize later, how much We really care for, and how attached We have become to dear old New Haven High. Katherine I. Gallagher, 1909. ,- 45105, lg' , Qffifr, Stat' 4 l tca a V 3146! gif 1 Tax., r... Senior Year XOTIIICR 1'11c111i1111 1l111C1i1j' p11ss1111 111111 S1111tc11111c1' 111111111 114 Z1SSC111i1J1L'11 111111- 1111Jl'C 11111i11w1 11113 scciics wc 111111 g1'11w11 1.1 11111- 111111 1111- which wc 1111151 211111115 C111-1'is11 Z1 1'1m11111111ic 1111c1'1i1111. 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As 1116 time 111'cw 111'111' f111' 1111- X111i1111111 1-1c1:111111s wc wcrc 11111011 111111611 when 111111 111111 1111 the pupils i11 11111 517119111 might V016 at Z1 111'iv:111- c1cc1i1111. F111' xvcclcs 1JL'fll1.C wc 111111 11iSc11SsQ1l the Coming 01110111111 wi111 u11 1110 11st11tc11css 111 w11r11 p111itiQ'g111s 111111 1110 1091111 was 11wai1c11 wi1h g1'11111 iiitcrcst. lhmwcvcr, T311 " ' ' - NEW Hixviix llICll SCHOOL CL.xss Book 17 was elected by an overwhelming plurality, and Robertson, gover- nor of Connecticut. But our fathers elected Lilley governor. The various girl's societies now gave their animal teas, at which our class was well represented. About this time the class, in accordance with the custom established by 1908, voted to publish its own Class Book and, after a long and lengthy discussion, to give a Class Play In December the final class elections were held. As usual, 'there was great rivalry between Boardman and Hillhouse for the office of President. Boardman was again successful, mainly be- cause Hillhouse was unable to unite in support of its candidate. All the temporary officers were re-elected except two, one of whom declined and the other was ineligible. The 'Class of 1910 now became famous by its Dutch Fair. To say that it was a success is putting it mildly, indeed, for S250 was realized. We Seniors, went of course and helped to swell the proceeds. Basketball was now started, and a fine schedule of games was arranged. Under the able leadership of Captain Dustin, the team was remarkably successful and many games were won, both at home and about the state. And so with everything running smoothly we were dismissed for the Christmas vacation. January 4. 1909, we again came together ready for the most difficult term of the Senior year. The basketball team continued to add to its glory 'by many victories. On February 12. since it was the hundredth anniversary of Lincioln's birth, we assembled for exercises commemorative of the day. The program was an interesting one, consisting among other things of the 'lGettysburg Speech" by Mr. Goldenberg, and an address on the 'fCharacter of Lincoln" by Mr. Keane. On the evening of the twelfth, many attended the Theta Rho 'dance in XVarner Hall and had a good time. February 18 was a red-letter day for us Seniors, 'for on that day our class presented the play "The Girll Left Behind Me." And they certainly did present it in Hne style. XVhatever our class may have done poorly, it has given a splendid Class Play. Under the able direction of Mr. Nelson, the cast, after long weeks ' F4 .1-C . . ,fi ' 4 F:-1 4,3 ' -il is .V W-.,gi ' I it ixziar- 1 18 NEW HAVEN HIGII SCHOOL CL.xss BooK of faithful practice produced a play worthy of our class. The actors were absolutely perfect in every way, and it is impossible to give any actor special praise above the others. The play was repeated on the 19th and many attended both evenings. On the evening of February 26 many went to the Alpha Delta Sigma entertainment and dance. The entertainment consisted of Mr. Gilbert of Yale with his magic performances, and a one-a-ct farce entitled "The Meddling Butler." The cast was good and the entertainment was up to the usual standard. - The Athletic Association which had incurred considerable debt now decided to give an entertainment in order to clear the debt. On the even-ing of March 26 we were treated to a Fine entertain- ment in the Auditorium. The first part consisted of selections by the Yale Freshman Glee Club. Then came a one-act farce "My Lord in Livery." The cast was made up of members of the Association. The parts were well filled. Benjamin Goldman log, in the capacity of Spigott, the Butler, was particularly good. As we are approaching the Easter vacation, the Senior Prom. is the chief topic of interest. It is to be held in Music Hall, 'Wednesday, April 21, and if reports prove true it will eclipse all former affairs. And so two-thirds of our Senior year is over and in a few short months we shall leave this old school. The history of the Class of 1909 has been written. VVe can look with pride upon the past. Our record is clear. Our failures and our achievements should teach us to rise to higher things in the great wide world into which we are so soon to step forth. Soon we shall leave this old school with all its memories. Soon we shall part-many of us for the last time. But the lessons we have learned here, the friends we have found here, and the asso- ciations we have formed here must ever be remembered with joy. May these recollections prove a bright star which bids us look for higher 'things and -inspire us to more faithful endeavor. Let us never, oh never, forget our classmates and let us go forth "to do and to dare," always remembering that we are members of the Glorious Class of IQOQ. John I. Keane. DR. JOHN P. CUSHING UQ 1 W 3 , , . i ' x 31,1 :ii P , 1 . N '?: f z 7 , Y I Members of the Class I OLGA VERlTA AFFLECK. Com. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Future occupation, bookkeeper and stcnographer, 850 State St. 7 HERMAN EDNYARD ALDEREIAN. Cal. Prep. Prepared at Wooster Grammar School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Pres. N. H. H. S. Debating Society, "The Pinsf, Associate Editor t'Focus." Chairman Freshmen Entertainment Coin., Sophomore Debating Society. XYill continue studies at Yale. Future occupation, lawyer. 173 Congress Ave. SAMUEL XVlLLlAiXl ALDERMAN. Board. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Business Manager Glec Club. Freshmen and Sophomore Foot- ball teams, Regular Football team '07-'03 '09 Freshmen, Sophomore and junior baseball teams. Freshmen and Sophomore Basketball teams, regular basketball teams in '07-'08-'oQ. VVill continue studies at a Preparatory School. Future occupation, mining engineer. 70 XVhite St. ESTHER R. ALDERMAN, Girls Gnu. Prepared at Cedar St. School. XVill continue studies at Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. I Sylvan Ave. AGNES ANDERSON. Girlx Gm. Prepared at Orange St. School. XVill continue studies at Normal School. Future occupation. teacher, 667 Grand Ave. HENRY R. ARMSTRONG. JR.. Col. Prep. Prepared at XVebster School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Executive Committee Sophomore Debating Society. N. H. H. S. Debating Society. "Pins," VVill continue studies at Yale. 52 Park St. NORRIS TRVING ASHER. St'lL'l1. Prepared at Orange St. School. IVR Golilcells. N. H. H. S. A. A. XVill continue studies at Yale. Future occupation. mining engineer. 59 Grove St. FLORENCE EAILY. B. T.- Cul. Prop. Prepared at Strong School. School Circle. Girl Editor of Crescent Vols. LH.. Llll.. N. H. H. S. A. 4 J 22 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL Crass BOOK A., Junior Fair Committee, Secretary of Senior Shakespeare Club, "Pins," Picture Committee for Room 107, Lincoln's Birthday Entertainment Com- mittee. XVill continue studies at Smith College. 309 Church St. AURA MAY BALDVVIN, Board. Gen. Prepared at Horace Day Matlicr Debating Club, Thanksgiving Committee '06 and '0,. Fresh- men Reading Circle, Tennis Association. HAZEL MAY BALDXVIN, Acad. Prepared at Horace ,Day School. Theta Rho, Thanksgiviiig Committee '07 and '08, Junior .Fair Committee, Senior Shakespeare Club, School Circle. "lf " " ' SOPI-HE MALLORY BALDVVIN, Com. Prepared at Dwight School. Thanksgiving Committee 1907, Class Book Committee. 37 Gill St. ,j, - .- -C-.. . . ,- 1 . EVERETT LESTER BALLOU, Col. Prep. Prepared at Horace Day School. N. H. H. S. A. A. Will continue studies at Yale College. Fu- ture occupation, lawyer. East Haven, Conn. ELIDA MAY BARNES, Col. Prep. Prepared at Roger Sherman. Theta Rho, N. H. H. S. A. A., School Circle, Secretary of School Circle 1909, Vice President of Senior Shakespeare Club, "The Pins" '06, Decora- tion Fund Entertainment Committee '06, Junior Reading Circle, Cast of Miles Standish, Junior Fair Committee, Captain Girls' Basketball Team '07-'08, Associate Editor of Freshman Handbook Vol. IH., Assistant Busi- ness Manager of Senior Class Book, Gymnasium Fund Committee 'OS-'O9. VVill continue studies at Mt. Holyoke College. Future occupation, in- structor. 110 Howe St. sg RUTH THOMPSON BARTLETT, A. A. Board. Gan. Prepared at Orange Street School. Theta Rho, President Mather Debating Society, School Circle, Thanksgiving Committee '05, Freshman Reading Circle, Associate Editor of Radiator, Vols. XXXHI. and XXVIV. VVill con- tinue studies at Pratt Institute. 47 Court St. RAYMOND MONTGOMERY BATTERSBY. 2. A. N. Board. Scim. Prepared at Webster Grammar School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Thanksgiving Day Committee. VVill continue studies at Yale. 280 I-2 Elm St. GEORGIETTA MARION BELCHER, Amd. Prepared at VVooster Grammar School. Senior Shakespeare Club, Senior Dickens Club, Thanks- giving Committee 'o5, '06, 107, '03, Senior Class Play, Junior Fair Com- . f A warg:--wfyf?--Y--1-v -if -fs NIEMBERS oF THE CLASS 23 mittee. lNill continuestudies at N. H. Normal School. lNill be a teacher. Corner Bridge and VVater Sts. MARY BERGAMINE, Com. North Haven Public School. North Haven, Conn. ' 'E RUTH LOUISE BERGER, Board. Gm. Prepared at Strong School. Alpha Beta, Freshman Reading Circle, Freshman Girls' Indoor Baseball team, junior Fair Committee, Mather Debating Society. NVill continue studies at Pratt Institute. 53 Lake Place. ANNA B. BERNSTEIN, Board. Gen. Prepared at Cedar Street School. Freshman Reading Circle, Mather Debating Society. VVill con- tinue studies at Normal School. Future occupation, teaching. 16 Dow St. CLARENCE BISHOP, 2. A. N. Board. Scion. Prepared at Strong School. Class Football Team '08. Regular team '08 LOUISE ELDRIUGE BISHOP, Col. Prep. Prepared at VVebster Grammar School. "Pins,,' Junior Reading Circle, Senior Shakespeare Club, N. H. H. S. A. A. NVill continue studies at Vassar College. 625 George St. ' HELEN BLACKMAN, Girls' Gen. Prepared at Strong Grammar School. Freshman Reading Club. VVill continue studies at Normal. Fu- ture occupation, school teacher. 650 Wfoodward avenue. MARION ELIZABETH BLAKE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Roger Sher- man School. Senior Dickens Club, Junior Reading Circle, Tennyson Reading Circle, "The Pins." VVill continue studies at Mt. Holyoke Col- lege. Future occupation, teaching. 321 Winthrop Ave. A DOROTHY BLAKESLEE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Webster Gram- mar School. Theta Rho, N. H. H. S. A. A., Secretary of Sc-hool Circle 1908, Treasurer of Senior Shakespeare Club, "Pins" 1906, Chairman of junior Fair Committee, Trophy Room Committee ,OS-,O9, Chairman Class Pin Committee 1908, Chairman Thanksgiving Entertainment Conxmittee '08, Chairman Athletic Association Entertainment Committee '09, Chair- man Thanksgiving Day Committee 1905 and 1906 and 1908, Gymnasium Fund Committee '08-'09.iDecoration Fund Entertainment Committee :06, Committee for Senior Tea '08, Picture Committee Room 107, IOQ. VVill continue studies at some finishing School. 501 George St. . 'P W 9, U., -, ..,f -X -A JP! W, f' . 4? Ea: .f fa ' "I .VJ 24 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK DXVIGHT VVINFIELD BLAKESLEE, I'. A. xp. Board. Scicn. Pre- pared at WVebster Grammar School. School Circle. N. H. H. S. A. A., Editor of "Crescent" Vols. LII. and LHI. North Haven, Conn. BESSIE BLUMENTHAL, Acad. Prepared at VVinchester School. Senior Dickens Club. VVill continue studies at Normal School. 154 Dix- well Ave. LANVRENCE EDVVARD BOSTNVICK, Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society, N. H. H. S. A. A., "Pins," XVill continue studies at Yale College. Future occupation, teacher. 220 Law- rence St. JAMES F. BOYLE, Board. Scion. Prepared at Lovell School. Mather Debating Society, Junior Baseball team. VVill continue studies at Sheff. 458 Elm St. DOROTHY HILLS BRADLEY, Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight. Senior Shakespeare Club, Senior Dickens Club, Royal Club, Junior Read- ing Circle. NVilldcontinue studies at Smith College. BQ VVhalley Ave. vcct., .' " X A " ff - HAZEL BRADLEY, Acad. Prepared atm Dwight School. Senior Dickens Club. 44 Garden St. ' 'P' 7" ff U ' ' ' ' DYVIGHT E. BRAY, 11 A. wp. Board. Scion. Prepared at Strong School. N. H. H. S. A. A. Editor Crescent Annual, N. H. H. S. Hockey team '08-'09, N. H. H. S. Tennis team '07, '08, '0o. A JOSEPHINE M. BRENNAN, Board. Gen. Prepared at Strong School. Freshmen Reading Club, Thanksgiving Committee 'o5 and '07, Junior Fair Committee, Focus League, Mather Debating Society, Debating Club. YVill continue studies at Normal School. Future occupation, teaching. '3o7 Lexington Ave. L wi. KARL BENJAMIN BRETZFELDER, Board Sfidu. Prepared at Orange St. Grammar School. Junior Class Football team,'Senior Class Football team, Freshmen and Sophomore Debating Society. W'ill con- tinue studies at Yale Medical School. Future occupation, doctor. 84 Clark St. ATVVATER EATON BROCKETT, Col. Prep. Prepared at Strong School. Thanksgiving Committee '06, IVB4 Golikells, Class Baseball team '07, '08, '00, Class Football team '06, '08. XVlil continue studies at Yale. 1555 State St . f . Y ""' 'W - - V H- -. -,-.51-.,i7,.,,,,::v MEMBERS or THE CLASS 25 J . LORNA ELLA BURRELL, Com. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Dickens Club, Class Secretary, Thanksgiving Committee '07, '08, Class Book Committee, Class Day Committee. 731 Howard Ave. f , HERBERT G. BURKE, Srivn. Prepared at Horace Day School. Junior and Senior Football teams, "Golikells." XVill continue studies at Sheff. Future occupation, electrical engineer. 142 Greenwich Ave. JOHN EDXVARD BURTON, 1". A. 111. Board. Sfimz. Prepared at Orange St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A., N. H. H. S. Hockey team X05-'07, '03-'09, Capt. Hockey team 'o73o8, '09, Treasurer N. H. H. S. A. A. '08-'09, Trophy Room Committee '07-'08, Business M-anager of Cres- cent Vol. L., Assistant Manager Vols. Ll., LH., LIH., Assistant Manager Crescent Annual '07-'08, Vol. XXlV.: 'Crescent Entertainment and Dance Committee '09, Crescent Dramatic Association, Senior Class Book Commit- tee Vol. H., Mather Debating Society, Thanksgiving Day Committee '05. Yl'hitneyville, Conn. 1. , , ' ' of RALPH VVILLTAM BURTON, F. A. qi. Board. Svielz. Prepared at Orange Street School. N. H. H. S. A. A.. Mather Debating Society, N. H. H. S. Hockey team '07-'08, and ,OS-'09, Manager Hockey team 'oS"o9, Captain N. H. H. S. Hockey team for 'oo-'10, Associate Editor of the Crescent Vols. L., Ll., LH., Associate Editor of Crescent Annual Vol. XNIV.. Editor-in-Chief of Crescent Annual Vol. XXV., Class Pin Com- mittee. Thanksgiving Committee '06, 'tPins." XVill continue studies at N. H. H. S. lVhitneyville, Conn. CHARLES FRANCTS BUTLER, Col. Prep. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society, Focus League. XVill con- tinue studies at Yale. to Adeline St. NATHAN L. G. BUTTRTCK. Board Srzlfll. Prepared at XVashington Grammar School. Chess Club. Focus Association. lVill continue studies at Yale or Cornell. Future occupation, mechanical engineer. XVoodmont, Conn. , MAY VERONlCA CALLAHAN, Amd. Prepared at St. John's School. Member of Senior Dickens Club. XVill go to Normal School. Future occupation. teacher. 50 Elliott St.' THERESA MARGARET CANNON. Latin Amd. Prepared at St. Francis School, Member of Senior Dickens Club, Focus League, member of Focus Board Sept., '03, to June, '09, Thanksgiving Day Com- mittee Nov. 'o5, '05. '07, N. H. H. S. A. A. XYill go to Normal School. Future occupation. teacher. 197 Grand Ave. IMM-, . sa ' is i -3 X 1 .1 4 A .v, . '2 -. A 4 Qt 5 26 NEW HAVEN H1011 SCHOOL CLAss BOOK MARGARET E. CARNEY, Cam. Prepared at Orange St. School. Member of Shorthand Society, Reading Club, E. C. C., B. A. S. W'ill go to Smith College. 645 State St. DOROTHY CHASE, Cam. Prepared at Dwight Grammar School. Class Pin Committee, Class Play Committee, member of T. B. L. S. 103 Park St. 'LM 1 if .e Jn., . , CHARLES B. CHATFIELD, P. A. xp. Board. Scirn. Prepared at Orange St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A. VVill go to Shemeld Scientitic School.. 451 Orange St. F. GRANT CHATFIELD, 2. A. N. Board. Sciviz. Prepared at Orange St. School. N. H. H. S. A. .A. Class Football team IQOQ. 451 Orange St. My A ii ' ' at .. EMERSON L. CLARKE, Board. Gm. Milford Graded School. Mil- ford, Conn. MARY T. CLARKE, Board. Prepared at St. John's School. Served on Thanksgiving Committee, Fudge Society, Reading Circle ,Debating Club, Class Play, Baseball team, Tennis Association, Truthful Trio. XVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 123 Congress Ave. MILDRED LAVINIA CLINTON, Col. Prep. Prepared at Strong School. "Pinsl' '06, 6'IHA2 Grub Club" ,08. VVill go to Yale, or University of Colorado. Future occupation, teacher of music or mathematics. IIS York St. JAMES F. COBEY, Board SCl'C1'1'. Prepared at Strong School. Mem- ber of the Mather Debating Society, Senior Prom. Committee, Senior Class Play, N. HJ H. S. A. A., Sons of Rest. Studies to be continued at Sheffield Scientittic. 425 Blatchley Ave. FRED VV. COMSTOCK, A. I. E., Col. Prep. Prepared at Vlfashington School. Sophomore Debating Society, School Circle, N. H. H. S. A. A., chairman Thanksgiving Committee '05, 306, ,07, '08, Class Track team '05, '06, yO7, '09, Varsity Track team '08, Upsilon Sigma, Vice President Junior Class. A. I. E. Dance Committee ,O7, '08, Chairman Gymnasium Fund Com- mittee, Thanksgiving Entertainment Committee '08, lnner Circle, Vice Pres- ident Senior Class Cresignedj, N. H. H. S. Debating Society, Chairman Class Prom. Committee Cresignedl, Vice President and President School Circle '07, '08, Election Day Committee, Constitution Committee Junior Class. lllill go to Tufts College. Future Occupation, doctor. 534 Howard Ave. 'f 'Ti Kfar'-'a-7? we 17472 ' xc :-we MEM1z12Rs OF THE CLAss 27 JULIUS COHEN, Board. Scirn. Prepared at Cedar St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A., X. H. H. S. Debating Society 1908, member of amalga- matcd Dyspepsia Distributors of the Lunch Counter '07-'08-'09, Sons of Rest, Glee Club '09. XYill go to Sheffield Scientific. Future occupation, mining engineer. I3 Edgar St. XYILHELMINA ANN.-X COLLARD. Board. Gen. Prepared at Orange St. School. Thanksgiving Committee '06 and '07, Freshman Reading Circle. Fudge Society. Vliill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 71 Whiting St. MARTE A. X. COLLINS. Gtr. Amd. Prepared at Hamilton St. School. Dickens Club, Freslnnan Indoor Baseball team, Freshman and Sophomore Reading Circles, Thanksgiving Committee, Physche Club, Junior French Club, O. M. XValking Club. Will go to Euroe. Future occupation, vocal teacher. 5 Hamilton St. .. NVM. J. CONNOLLY, GJ. E. Bmirzi. Srimz. Prepared at Roger Sher- man School. Member of Class Book Committee '09, Capt. of Freshman Football team '08, Freshman Baseball team '06, Capt. Sophomore Foot- ball team '06, Regular Baseball team ,O7, Track team '07, Football team '07, Basketball team '08, Track team '08, Capt. Junior Track team, Football team '08, Basketball team '00, Capt. of Track team yOQ, Capt. of Football team '09, awarded Individual Cup for best Football player for season of '08. Prep. School. Future occupation, law. 124 Carmel St. MABEL BEATRICE CONNER, Col. Prep. Prepared at Horace Day School. Senior Shakespeare Club, "The Pins" '06, Junior Longfellow Club, IILAZ Grub Club, Decoration Fund Entertainment Committee. 132 Howard Ave. MILDRED E. COOK, B. T.- Col. Prep. Prepared at Miss John- ston's School. NVill go to Vassar. 219 Bishop St. VYILBUR LUCIUS CROSS, A. A. 2. Hilllzousc Scion. Prepared at Orange St. School. Class Football teams '06, '07, '08. Class Track team '08-'09, N. H. H. S. Track team '08-'09, manager of Class Track team '08, manager of X. H. H. S. Track team '08-'09, Assistant Business Manager of the Radiator, Vol. 33, 34. Assistant Editor of Radiator, Vol. 35, Chair- man of Radiator Dance Committee 1909, N. H. H. S. A. A., Upsilon Sigma, Radiator Dramatic Association, Senior Dramatic Association, Su- preme Being of IVB4. "Golikells" 1909, Class Motto Committee '09, Ser- geant-at-Arms of Class. Gamma Lambda Epsilon, Ananias Club. 'Will go to Sheftield Scientific. Future occupation, mining engineer. 24 Edgehill Road. ' E373 '.?fIE-3.321 2.3, Nga q?y'f A ' w- gm wz3.:4.3f ' . I -1 If.. ' . :Avg 1 ' . ,af 1 it 4 4 Axe. 'E .' A '-1 19,3 ff, . iii l. sift 'l za -1 . sq .31 3. 2 . ffl 28 NEW HAv13N HIGH SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK ABEL GEORGE CUGELL, Hilllzousc Scicfn. Prepared at VVebster Grammar School. IVB4 "Golikel1s,'l Focus League, Associate Business Manager of Focus League '08, Senior Class Play cast. NVill go to Sheff. Scientific. 18 Park St. FRANCIS J. CARRIGAN, Board. Scicn. Prepared at Orange St. School. IVEI Sons of Rest. Wiill go to Sheff. Scientiiic. 544 East St. ANNIE J. CULLOM, Amd. Prepared at Strong School. Focus League, Assistant Editor of Focus '08-'09, Thanksgiving Committee '06s lo8, Vice President of Senior Dickens Club. Wlill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. IIO Blatchley Ave. NORMA ESTELLE CUTTS, Col. Prff. Prepared at Strong School. 'lPins,'l Shakespeare Club, Junior Reading Circle, A. O. S., S. B. B., IVA3, HE. Af' XVill go to Mt. Holyoke College. 260 Lloyd St. RUBTE M. DANX. Acad. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Mem- ber Royal Club. junior Fair Committee, Thanksgiving Committee '07, Psyche Club. Hill go to Normal School. Future occupation undecided. 37 Kensington St. C357 e I f - 5- SADTE A. DAVIS, Board. Gen. Prepared at Orange St. School. Will go to Normal. Future occupation, school teaching. Ho Greene St. JOHN JOSEPH DELAUNEY, Board. Scfmz. Prepared at School No. 15, Black Rock, Bridgeport, Conn. Member of Mather Debating Society. Business Manager of Class Book. Will go to Sheff. Future occupation, mechanical engineering. 25 W'halley Ave. z U CHARLES KENNETH DEMING, T. A. xp. COI. Prep. Prepared at Orange St. School. Memebr N. H. H. S. A. A., Class Baseball team '08, Class Basket Ball team '08, Senior Class Play Committee, Associate Ed- itor of Vol LTH. of the t'Crescent," Business Manager of Vol. XXV. of "Crescent Annual," Crescent Dramaticsi I7 Lyon St. i' THERESA ENDA DENNEHY, Amd. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. NVill go to Dramatic School. Future occupation. actress. 28 Ridge St. FRANCES E. DTXON. Col. Prep. Prepared at Shelton Ave. School. Member Senior Shakespeare Club, Senior Dickens Club, Royal Club. Junior Reading Circle. W'ill go to Smith College. oo Thompson St. AlEMliERS oF 'ruiii CL.xss 29 ROSE DOEFFINGER, E. C. C., B. A. S. Com. Prepared at Horace Day School. Member of Shorthand Society. Future occupation stenog- rapher. 56 VVils0n St. JOHN HARRY DOERR, H. .S'viz'1z. Prepared at South School, Hart- ford, Conn. Member N. H. H. S. A. A., Gamma Lambda Epsilon. Ananias Club, 'AXVise Man IVB4 Golikellsfl Senior Class Dramatics, Champ. Class Football team '08, Class Baseball team '08, Class Basketball XOQ. Will go to Sheff. Future occupation, mechanical engineer. 43 Tilton St. IRENE R. DON NELLY, Board. Gen. Prepared at Nlfinchester School. Member Fudge Club, Freshman Reading Circle, Truthful Trio. XVill go to Normal. Future occupation, teaching. 27 Foote St. ' HUGH A, DORATN, Board Sriclz. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. 66 Mechanic St. ' JAMES L. DRAPER, Col. Prep. Prepared at XVebster Grammar School. Member of Sophomore Debating Society, N. H. H. S. Debating Society. Xliill go to Yale. 2 Asylum St. NINA AUSTIN DUDLEY, Col. Prop. Prepared at l.Vestville. Mem- ber "Pins" l06, Geometry Club yO7, Shakespeare Club ,OQ, IVA2 Grub Club '08 Future occupation, Library work. I5 Austin St. . MARGARET VERONICA DUNN, Amd. Prepared at Xllinchester School. Member of junior Reading Circle, Senior Dickens Club. lVill go to Normal. Future occupation, teaching. 147 Division St. CARL OSCAR DUSTTN, Q. E., T. S. Board Scifiz. Prepared at Polk School. XVashington, D. C. Member Mziher Debating Society, Class President. N. H. H. S. A. A., Class Basketball team IQOSJOS, N. H. H, S. Basketball team '06-'o7. Captain of team IQO7-,OS and 1QO83OQ, Assistant Manager Baseball IQOS, Manager Baseball 1909. Executive Committee T907-708, Chairman Executive Committee 1909. N. H. H. S. A. A. Consti- tution Committee 1909, Chairman 1909 Constitution Committee, Manager Class Football 1907. Freshman Member of Mrs. Boardman Memorial Com- mittee, Senior Class Dramatics. Stage Manager Senior Class Play, Secre- tary and Treasurer of C. T. B. B. A.. Glee Club, HThe Terrible Three, 'lThe Click." "Ancient Order of Sons of Rest." XYill go to Sheff. Future occupation, constructional engineer. 207 Edgewood Ave. i EDNA IOSEPHA DuTRTENILLE. Comp. Prepared at VVebster Grammar School. Future occupation, stenography. 155 Scranton St. V. , ,, .11 l ...J X . I --My-,. M -, z I daft 5 . ., gl: Q rTe"i"1' Wf"'T"'f"'T' H W"""' "W sf 1 . 30 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK CHARLES SHEPARD EHRLICI-I, Board. Sficn. Prepared at Cedar Grammar School. Member of Junior Football team loo, IVEI. Sons of Rest. X'Vill go to Sheff. II6 XVaShington Ave. CHARLES EISELE, Board. Gm. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Member Class Book Committee, Class Dance Committee. 45 Kossuth St. LOUISE ELLIS, Com. Prepared at Orange Schfoolv ,Member of T. B. L. S. 65 NVilliam st. me S-' It fff- 1 - JULIAN ELSNER, Com. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. Mem- ber of N. H. H. S. A. A. 9 Bishop St. THOMAS AMBROSE ENRIGHT, Board. Gen. Prepared at Strong School. Member of junior Baseball team, Senior Football team. Senior Basktball. W'ill enter Pratt's Institute. 372 Grand Ave. EDITH XV. EVERHART, Col. Prep. Prepared at lVebster St. School. Member of "Pins" '06, Senior Shakespeare Club, IIIA2 "Grub" Club. Will study at Yale. 45 Lake Place. ' " f 'G-t I "1 "lS 3 n MABEL IRENE FARRELL, Com. Prepared at Hamden School. Mt. Carmel, Conn. i II. F. FIFIELD, Board. Scicn. Prepared at VVesterly, R. I. Member of Freshman Football team '05, Freshman Baseball team y06, Sophomore Football team '06, Captain Sophomore Baseball team IO7, Regular Foot- ball team '08, Track team '08, Baseball team '08, Track team ,09. NVill go to Sheff. Future occupation, civil engineer. 540 Quinnipiac Ave. ELSIE M. FORD. Board. Gen. Prepared at Wiebster Grammar School. Member of Mather Debating Club, Senior Class Book Committee, Thanks- giving Committee '08, Freshman Reading Club, Royal Club, Sextette. Hawley Ave., NVoodmont. ' I VVILLIAIVI I-I. FORDE, Hill. Scion. Prepared at Eliot Grammar, So. Natick, Mass. Member of IVB4 Golikells. NVill go to Sheff. Future oc- cupation, electrical engineer. 28 Ridge St. HARRY FLAXAGAN. Board. Srivzz. Prepared at Strong School. Member Freshman Football team '05, member of Sophomore Football team '06. Regular Football team '07-'08, IVE! Sons of Rest. VVill go to Sheff. Future occupation. civil engineer. 135 James St. lklrsmmzns or THE CL.xss 31 ALMA C. FLEISCHNER, Col. Prop. Prepared at Orange St. School. Member Focus League, Junior Longfellow Reading Club, Sophomore De- bating Club, "Pins," A. C. S., IVA3 HE. A." Wfill take a P. G. ISI Brad- ley St. MABEL GERTRUDE FLEMIXG, Board. Gan. Prepared at Strong School. Member of Mather Debating Club, Freshman Reading Club, Sex- tette. NVill go to State Normal. 40 VVolcott St. THOMAS C. FRANCO, Board. Gm. Prepared at Wooster School. Member of Hockey team, Class Baseball, Zlld Football team. IO6 XVallace St. .. HAZEL E. FRANK, Board. Gen. Prepared at Vtfebster Grammar School. Member of Sophomore Indoor Baseball team. Poverty-Party Committee, Mather Debating Society, IOO7-,OS-'09, Senior Class Dramatics, Class Prom. Committee '09, Fudge Club, Freshman Thanksgiving Com- mittee, N. H. H. S. A. A. 34 Sherman Ave. 'l' ' -b X 7 V- HATTIE FREEDMAN, Com. Prepared at Cedar St. School. 126 Washington Ave. DOROTHY SHEFFIELD FRISBY. Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight Grammar School. VVill go to Vassar. Future occupation, teaching. 707 Elm St. fl' ' ' P' ' 'fl 'A i - KATHERINE IVES GALLAGHER, Col. Prfjv. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. Member School Circle, N. H. H. S. A. A., "Pins,', junior Reading Circle, Junior Fair Committee. VVill go to Vassar. 76 Cottage St. CATHERINE VERONICA GALLIGAN. Acad. Prepared at XVin4 chester School. Freshman Indoor Baseball team, Sophomore Debating Club. Sophomore Reading Circle. Junior Reading Circle, Thanksgiving Committee, Psyche Club. Studies to be continued at Bryn Mawr. W'ill be an interpreter of languages. Q7 Winchester Ave. fx rf .. GRANVILLE GATES, Board. SUCH. Prepared at Dwight Grammar School. Mather Debating Society. Studies to be continued at Yale. 309 Orchard St. MAY FLORENCE GIBSON, Board Cru. Prepared at Orange St. School. Studies to be continued at New Haven Hospital. 'Nill be a nurse. 167 St. John St. A ---3-as -- v--.-.Y w,-ww--Y 32 New HAVEN LIIGH Scnool. CL.xss Book VVILLIAM JEROME GILBERT, A- At 2- Col. Prep.. Prepared at Dwight Grammar School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Manager junior Basketball team, Manager Senior Football team, Assistant Editor of the Radiator, Vol. XXXIII. 56 Goffe St. LENA ROSALIND GINGOLD, Col. Prep. Prepared at Cedar St. School. XVill continue studies at Vassary I Sylvan Ave. MICHAEL H. GLAZER, Col. Prcp. Prepared at Cedar St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Member of the Focus League, Assistant Business Man- ager Focus, Member of "Pins," Member Sophomore Debating Society, N. H. H. S. Debating Society, IVAI Convict Club. Studies to be con- tinued at Yale. 250 George St. EDXVARD A. GOLDENBERG, GJ. cp. N. Board. Scivn.. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of the Silent Two, The Mates, Mather Debating Society, IVE Sons of Rest, Sophomore Baseball team. lNill enter Sheff. Future occupation, civil engineer. 35 Nash St. BENJAMIN F. GOLDMAN. Q. dp. N. Scion. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Class Football teams '05, '07, '08, Class Basketball team '07, N. H. H. S. A. A.. N. H. H. S. Debating Society '07, '08, Executive Commit- tee N. H. H. S. Debating Society '07, '08, '00, Vice President N. H. H. S. Debating Society '07, '08, Sophomore Debating Society, Senior Class Play, N. H. H. S. A. A. Play Iooo, Chairman Constitution Committee, IVB4 Golikells. XVill enter Sheff. Future occupation, mining engineer. 64 Prince St. LENA GOLDYS, Col. Prep. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Sopho- more Debating Society, Junior Fair Committee, Senior Dickens Club. 448 Congress Ave. BEATRICE ELIZABETH GOODMAN, Acad. Prepared at VVooster School. Senior Dickens Club. NVill go to Normal School. Future oc- cupation, teacher. 340 George St. RACHEL GRANVILLE, A. A. Col. Prcfv. School Circle, Shakes- peare Club, Decoration Fund Committee, junior Longfellow Reading Circle, Thanksgiving Committee 1905, Easter Entertainment 1906. 787 VVhitney Ave. MARY A. GRAVES. A. A. Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. Theta Rho. Senior Shakespeare Club, Junior Reading Circle, Thanksgiv- mg Committee '04, '06, '07, 232 Bradley St. RTEMISERS or THE CLASS 33 WINNIFRED ELIZA GREENLEAF, Acad. Prepared at Hill School. Bristol, Conn. Senior Dickens Club, Senior Class Prom. Committee, Class Play 1909. WVill take private lessons for voice culture. 138 Hallock Ave. RUTH GRINNELL, Board. Gen. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. W'ill enter Normal School. 29 Maple St. IRENE GRUNER, Board. Gm. Prepared at Webster School. Served on Junior Fair Committee. 43 South St. HELEN EUGENIA HAGAN, Acad. Prepared at Dwight Grammar School. Member of Senior Dickens Club, Senior Class Pianist. Studies to be continued at Yale Conservatory of Music. Future occupation, in- structor of music, 83 XVhalley Ave. CPD' FMACPL' F I Teil VVILLIAM NATHANIEL HAMILTON, Sciea. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Class Football team 1905, 1906, 1907, Class Basketball team 1905-1906, Class Baseball team 1905-1906-1907, Varsity Football team 1907- 1908-1909, Mandolin Club IQOSAIQO6, Glee Club 1908-1909. Will continue studies at University of Pennsylvania. Future occupation, dentistry. 539 Oak St. A EDXVARD S. HAMMOND, Col. Prep. Prepared at VVest Haven Grammar School. VVill continue studies at Yale or Wiesleyan. Q7 Center St., VVest Haven. MAE ELIZABETH HAHREN, Com. Prepared at St. Francis School. Studies are to be continued at the Elm City Training School. Future occupation, Kindergarten teacher. 274 james St. GERTRUDE HARTEN, Com. Prepared at St. Francis School. Mem- ber Shorthand Club. Future occupation, stenographer. 26 Mill River St. C. E. HATCH, Board. Sc1'e1z. Prepared at St. Francis School. VVill e11ter Sheff. 492 Blatchley Ave. . HAZEL E. HEDGES, Acad. Senior Dickens Club, Triumvirate, Junior Fair Committee, Senior Class Play. 333 Norton St. . MARY ELIZABETH HEDRICK. Com. Prepared at Orange St. School. Thanksgiving Committee. Gimlet E. K. Club, Athletic Club, Shorthand Club. Vtfill enter Yale School of Music. Future occupation, stenographer. 242 Franklin St. fr .4 IWWI if ' 9 lic, 'l""7'XF'?S TT " I l. rg, L. P1 ,. I P . sv. . F I-. La l L 5 LT If-. rs. . 9' . 1.1 .,.. i- 34 NEW HAVEN HIGII SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK LYLA A. HEMIXGWAY, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Future occupation, bookkeeper. Montowese,ACt. "-Q.- 77"l"' 77 , Flo" Ki, 4, 4 'f-' ' RUTH HUNTLEY HEMINGNVAY, K. M. 2. Board. Gen. Prepared at Strong School. Entertainment Committee, Senior Class Book Com- mittee, Mather Debating Society, Alpha Beta. Will enter Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. Quinnipiac Ave., Montowese. LILLIAN GENEVIEVE HOFFMAN, Board. Gan. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Freshman Reading Circle, Alpha Beta, Senior Class Play. 'Will enter Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 78 Dickerman St. A. M. l-IOLBROOK, Board. Gen. Mather Debating Society, Freshman Reading Circle. W'ill enter Pratts Institute. Future occupation, teacher of domestic science. East Haven, Ct. RALPH LESTER HOLBROOK, A. I. E. Scion. N. H. H .S. A. A., IVB4 A'Golikells," "Inner Circle," Upsilon Sigma, interclass meet October 23, IQO8. Studies to be continued at Yale. Future occupation, legerde- mainist. ISO W'inc'1ester Ave. HAZEL VEOLA HOMAN, Board. Gun. Prepared at Horace Day School. Served on Thanksgiving Committee, Alpha Beta, Shakespeare Club. 164 Howard Ave. EDITH S. HOPKINS, Board. Gen. Prepared at Lovell School. Freshman Reading Circle, Junior Thanksgiving Committee, Mather De- bating Society, Alpha Beta. Studies to be continued at Pratt Institute. Future occupation, teacher. 317 Crown St. HARRY T. HOTCHKISS, Board. Scion. Prepared at Dwight School. H. H. S. A. A., Thanksgiving Committee '07, IOS. 400 Elm St. df LILLIAN C. HUBBARD, Com. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Future occupation, stenographer. 76 Cherry Ann St. M. BLANCHE T. HUME. Com. Prepared at Strong School. Gimlet E. K. Club, Shorthand Club, X. H. H. S. A. A., Freshman Reading Circle. Sextette. lVill continue studies at New Haven High School. 432 Ferry St. fu,.f.Q,. ...L It '- ' ELSIE HUNTLEY, Com. Prepared at'Strong School. 305 Lenox St. aWWJaWwe- if 'ttf' , oc, MEMBERS OF THE CLASS 35 RAYMOND K HYDE, Board. Prepared at Nlfebster School. Class Football team, Senior Class Play, N. H. H. S. A. A. XVill enter Yale. 28 Parker Place, Morris Cove. FRED HENRY HYNES, A. l. E. Sriclz. Prepared at Dwight School School Circle, Pin Committee, Class Book Committee, Class Day Commit- tee, IVB4 Golikells, N. H. H. S. A. A., Gamma Lambda Epsilon, Ananias Club, 'tlnner Circle," Upsilon Sigma, Senior Class Play. NVill enter Yale. Future occupation. doctor. 95 York Square. ii MABELLE GERTRUDE HYNES, Butzrzi. Gen. Prepared at Dwight School. Alpha Beta, Freshman Reading Circle. XVill enter Normal School. Future occupation. teacher. 96 York Square. H, K , EDXA FRANCES IVES, b'0a1'd. Gen. Prepared at Strong School. Member of Mather Debating Society. Xlfill continue studies at New Ha- ven Hospital. Future occupation, nursing. 168 I-2 Peck St. CLARA JENSEN, Board. Getz. Prepared at Edward Everett, Boston, Mass. Member of Junior Fair Committee, Freshman Shakespeare Club, Alpha Beta. 634 Howard Ave. RUTH E. IEROME, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Member Junior Fair Committee. Future occupation, stenographer. 1322 Quinni- . I , r x' V Y I F IJIZIC Ave. "' A 1 A" F UCSP---fs a eff ' X H LEROY P. JGNES, B:u11'd. Scivlz. Prepared at Orange St. School. Member Class Football team '06 and '07, IVE Sons of Rest. W'ill go to Sheff. 98 Broadway. HAZEL B. JONES, Com. Prepared at Wetmore Grammar School, Torrington, Ct. Member of T. B. L. S. 73 XYoalsey St. W- 'T' 3 fre f -f ADELE IOSLTN, Cal. Prep. Prepared at Orange St. School. Soph- omore Geometry Club, HR. A. M." Mt. Carmel, Ct. MARGARET JUDGE, flrad. Prepared at Mt. Carmel. Member Senior Dickens Club. Psyche Club, Sophomore Reading Club, Junior French Club. O. M. Hfalking Society. XVlil go to Mt. St. Joseph's Sem- inary. Mt. Carmel. MARY EDITH KAY, Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. Y. H. H. S. A. A. XVill go to Normal. Future occupation, school teach- ing. 31 Canner St. I 5 Q. - "V .. '1f,fk,,.: 1? . , 36 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CL.-xss BOOK MARY STANFORD KAVANAGH, Amd. Prepared at XVashington Grammar School. Member Senior Dickens Club. Sophomore Reading Circle, Junior Reading Circle, Freshman Indoor Baseball team. VVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 146 Minor St. XVALTER T. KEELEY, Board. Scicn. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. VVill go to Sheff. Future occupation, electrical engineer. 135 State St. . JOHN I. KEANE, Col. Prep. Prepared at St. Francis School. Mem- ber School Circle, Focus League, N. H .H. S. Debating Society, "Pins Society" '06, President and Vice President School Circle, President and Vice President N. H. H. S. Debating Society, President Sophomore De-- bating Society, Chairman Membership Committee School Circle, Chairman Picture Committee School Circle. Chairman Self Help Bureau '08, Easter Entertainment Committee '08, Thanksgiving Day Committee '05, '06, '07, Chairman Senior Class Book Committee, Gymnasium Committee '08, '09, Advisory Board Focus League, Executive Committee N. H. H. S. Debat- ing Society, Executive Committee Sophomore Debating Society. Election Day Committee, Constitution Committee Junior Class, Chairman Senior Class Motto Committee, Sergeant-at-Arms junior Class Cresignedj. As- sociate Editor Focus Vol. IV Nos. 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief Vol. IX. Nos. 4, 5, Associate Editor Vol. X, Editor-in-Chief Vol. XI, Editor-in-Chief Vol. XII, Editor-in-Chief Freshman Handbook Vol. III, Editor-in-Chief Senior Class Book Vol. II, Hillhouse Orator. W'ill enter Holy Cross. Fu- ture occupation, clergyman. North Haven, Ct, V. TAYLOR KENNEDY, Acad. Prepared at St. -Iohn's School. Soph- omore Reading Circle, Psyche Club, Freshman Indoor Baseball team. VVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 878 Howard Ave. HAROLD D. KENNEDY, A. A. 111. Board. Sfieu. Prepared at Orange St. School. Member School Circle, Business Manager Crescent Vol. LIII, Associate Editor Crescent Vol. LI, Manager Class Football team '06, Manager Football team '08, N. H. H. S. A. A., Crescent Dra- matic Club '08, 'o9. Senior Class Play. Chairman Lincoln Day Entertain- ment Committee '09, Gymnasium Committee, N. H. H. S. A. A. Play, IVE "Sons of Rest," Freshman Play "Vice Versa." XVill go to Sheff. Future occupation. metallurgist. 82 XVhalley Ave. JOHN KIERNAN, Hill. Srimz. Prepared at Hamilton St. School. Focus League, Grand Chief Bouncer IVB4 Golikells, Senior Football team. IVill go to Sheff. Future occupation. chemist. 08 St. John St. Y... MEMBERS or THE CL.xss 37 CARRIE KLEIN, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Thanksgiving Committee, Junior Fair, Shorthand Club, Gimlet E. K. Club, N. H. H. S. A. A., Glee Club. VVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 151 Lombard St. 'Lu-1 K-C++' ' -1 N -f- MANUEL KLIGERMAN, Col. Prcp. B. chapter GJ. qu. N. Prepared at Lovell School. Sophomore Debating Society. Will go to Yale. Future occupation, doctor. I3 Lawrence St. JOSEPH KOLETSKY, Hill. Scirn. GJ. qs. N. N. H. H. S. A. A., Vice High-Muck-a-Muck IVB4 Golikells, Senior Class Play, Class Foot- ball team '05, '06, Varsity Football IQO8, 21'lCl team IQO8, Class Basketball Championship team '05, Class Basketball ,06, yO7, Varsity Basketball '08, 509, Sophomore Debating Society, Executive Committee N. H. H. Sf De- bating Society '08. XVill go to Yale. Future occupation, civil engineer. 131 Liberty St. fif- RHETA LAMBERT, Col. Prep. A. A. Prepared at Orange St. School. Thanksgiving Committee i05, '06, Chairman Decoration Fund Committee lo6, "Pins,', Assistant Editor "Pins," Junior Fair Committee, Senior Shakespeare Club, President Senior Shakespeare Club, Sophomore Reading Club, Junior Longfellow Reading Circle, Theta Rho, School Circle, Senior Tea Committee, Assistant Editor Senior Class Book. Sec- retary Senior Class Book Committee, Assistant Treasurer Class IQ09, Picture Committee School Circle. ,3Vill go to Vassar. 163 Bradley St. fu, limi .. MARION LANGDALE, mir. 2. Col. Prep. Prepared at Dwight School. Shakespeare Club, Sophomore Geometry Club HR. A. M., HX. Y." VVill go to Smith. 28 Edgewood Ave. "fi T4 ing L ,Q 51. ' - ROSE M. LANGFORD, Com. Prepared at Mt. Carmel School 'Will go to Bridgeport Kindergarten Training School. NVill be a Kindergarten teacher. Mt. Carmel, Ct. i f RUTH CHRISTABEL LANGLEY, Com. Prepared at Day School Class Prom. Committee, Secretary of Junior Class, Shorthand Club, Gim- let E. K. Club, Thanksgiving Committee,N. H. H. S. A. A., Girls' Glee Club. Future occupation, stenographer. 149 Nash St. LEVVIS LAPIDES. Col. Prep. Prepared at Webster School. Secre- tary N. H. H. S. Debating Society, Senior Football Champion team, As- sociate Editor Focus Vols. Xl, XII, N. H. H. S. A. A., N. H. H. S. Glee Club. Will go to Cornell. Future occupation. lawyer. 553 Oak Sty 38 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CL.xss Book MARY BURGOYNE LAXV, qw. 2. Board. Gen. Prepared at Day School. Thanksgiving Committee '05, '08, Secretary Tau Iota, Member Theta Rho. Will go to Simmons College, Boston. Future occupation, librarian. 74 Cold Spring St. JOHN RUSSELL LEAHY, A. I. E. Hill. Scien. Prepared at Orange St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Assistant Editor Senior Class Book, Class Picture Committee, HEX-Sponduliker" IVB4 Golikells, Gamma Lambda Epsilon, Ananias Club, Inner Circle. XVill go to Sheff. Future occupa- tion, lavvyer. 257 Franklin St. AGNES DENISA LEARY, Acad. Prepared at Orange St. School. President Dickens Club, Assistant Manager Senior Class Book, Junior Fair Committee, Freshman Indoor Baseball team, Thanksgiving Day Com- mittee '05, '07, '08, Election Day Committee, Sophomore Reading Circle, Senior Psyche Club. XVill go to Bradford Academy. Future occupation, teacher of U. S. A. history. 773 State St. BERNARD EMERSON LEETE, A. 2. K. Col. Prep. Prepared at l.Vebster School. N. H. H. S. Debating Society, Focus League 1007, Char- ter Member 'Glee Club '06, Treasurer Glee Club IQO8, Thanksgiving Com- mittee '05, N. H. H. S. A. A. 'o5. Will go to Yale. 1404 Chapel St. 'LM 11.4, LED- U1 . , M, CLARA E. LEHR, K. M. 2. Girls' Gen. Prepared at Day School. Alpha Beta, Mather Debating Club, Scho.ol Improvement Committee '06, Thanksgiving Committee lO7, Tau Iota. 308 VVinthrop Ave. CATHERINE G. LENAHAN, Amd. Prepared at Orange St. School. Senior Dickens Club. 'Will go to Normal School. 54 William St. RUBY E. LEPPER, Acad. Prepared at Vlfinchester School. Senior Dickens Club. Will go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 1560 Quinnipiac Ave. JOHN BERCHMAN LOGAN, Board. Scifn. Prepared at Hamilton St. School. I7 W'alnut St. MARGARET ALICE LORD, Col. Prep. Prepared at VVest Haven High School. VVill go to Mt. Holyoke. Main St., W'est Haven. - ANITA LUND, Cnr. Gen. Prepared at NVincheste1' School. Future occupation, dressmaker. 40 Henry St. MEMBERS or 'rue Cmss 39 EMMA GERTRUDE LUTZ, Girls' Gen. Prepared at Vllebster School. Mather Debating Club, junior Fair Committee, Freshman Reading Club, Royal Club. VVill go to Normal School. 578 Oak St. DENNIS BERNARD MARTIN, Q. 2. Hill. Scieu. Vice President Senior Class, Chairman Senior Class Play, Member of Play Cast, N. H. H. S. A. A., N. H. H. S. Glee Club, The Clique, Theta Rho Golikells, President "Ancient Order Sons of Rest," Gamma Lambda Epsilon, An- anias Club. Will go to Sheff. Future occupation, mining engineer. 644 Howard Ave. ALICE MERCEDES MARTIN, K. M. 2. Araci. Prepared at Vklash- ington School. Senior Dickens Club. VVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 644 I-Toward Ave. MERVVIN ALBERT MATTOON, A. A. 2. Board. Sclerz. Prepared at Orange St. School. VVill go to Sheff. and Forestry School. Future occupation, forestry. Box 131, VVo0dmont, Ct. AGNES V. MANNING, Col. Prep. Prepared at St. ,l0hn's School. Sophomore Geometry Club. Will go to Smith College. 32 Stevens St. LEAI-I M. F. MAYNARD, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Gimlet E. K. Club, Shorthand Society. VVill go to Miss Leighton's School. Fu- ture occupation, Kindergarten teacher. 383 Grand Ave. ROBERT LEWIS McKIERNAN, A. I. E. Col. Prep. Prepared at Sacred Heart School, School Circle, N. H. H. S. A. A., Upsilon Sigma So-ciety, Class Football team '07, Captain Class Football team '08, Leader High School Orchestra, Class Baseball team ,07, Sophomore Debating So- ciety, Class Prom Committee, School Decoration Committee, School Circle, Member, Inner Circle, A. I. E. Dance Committee '08, ,O9. XVill go to Tufts College. Future occupation, doctor. 54 Cedar St. ' M. MCGARRY, Corn. Prepared at St. Mary's School. Will go to Yale Art School. Will be an artist in Paris. 46 Bristol St. HELOISE MCCONNILLE, Board. Gm. Prepared at Day School. Tau Iota. NVill go to Normal School. 309 Howard Ave. CHARLES AYLING McCLUSKEY, A. I. E. Hill. Scion. Prepared at Day School. Class Football team '06, '07, '08, Vice President Sopho- more Debating Society, A. I. E. Dance Committee, School Circle, Upsilon my Y 11 1 1. 5. . ,. E I I ,. E 1. 54. . y f 1. lf , ig 1 ,. Q. V 1' if I 1 rg E: . af' f if . A stil. at 1 54.4.1 A ffieij. AVW- A 'C Us f. .. . kg .g,4:W. 43 NEW HAVEN H1611 SCHOOL CLASS BOOK Sigma, N. H. H. S. A. A., 'lGolikells," Inner Circle, Upsilon Sigma Dance Committee, Easter Entertainment Committee, Chairman Class Prom. Com- mittee, Gamma Lambda Epsilon, Ananias Club. Will go to Sheff. Future occupation, civil engineer. 154 Hallock Ave. ROSVVELL GEORGE MacKENZIE, Manual Scion. Sophomore De- bating Society, N. H. H. S. Debating Society, Thanksgiving Committee '05. 176 Fairmont Ave. GEORGE A. MARSH, Board. Scien. Prepared at1XVebster School. Will be a surveyor. 26 Garden St. ' C 4' "J ' ' EVELYN MCGRATH, Girls' Gan. Prepared at Winchester School. Will go to Miss Leighton's School. Future occupation, Kindergarten teacher. 281 Crown St. FRANCIS THOMAS ALOYSIUS MCDONOUGH, Col. Prep. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart School. XVill go to Yale. 18 Hallock St. HELEN J. C. McKEON, Com. Prepared at St. Iohn's School. XVill go to Mt. St, Joseph. 253 Washington Ave. MARGUERITE ELIZABETH MEADE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Orange St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Junior Reading Circle, Shakespeare Club. XVill go to XVellesley. Prospect Beach, VVest Haven. ANNA RUTHERFORD METCALF, B. T.- Col. Prof. Prepared at Miss ,Tohnstone's School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Shakespeare Club. 119 College St. HARRYVA. MEYER, A. A. 2. Gen. Prepared at Webster School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Pin Committee, Play Committee, Class Baseball team, Class Football team, Class Basketball team, Manager Class Basketball team 1908. Will go to Pratt's Institute. Future occupation, electrical engineer. 364 Oak Place. V' ATTILIO MILTCT, Col. Prrfv. Prepared at Private School. XVill gc to Yale. Future occupation, doctor. NO. 511 Y. M. C. A. Building. L. C. MILLER, Board. Scimf. Prepared at New London. Mather Debating Society. W'ill go to Sheff. 73 East Pearl St. MEMBERS or THE CLASS , 41 ARTHUR F. MILLER, Board. Scicn. Prepared Wlestville Grammar School. Senior Class Play. Vtlill go to Sheff. Future occupatipn, elec- trical engineer. Woodbridge, Ct. 'Vt ' ll 'U " 03 I " " ' ' ' " I LOIS MILLER, Girls' Gen. Prepared at Strong School. Mather De- bating Society. 73 East Pearl St. MARION ADELAIDE MILLER, Girls' Gm. Prepared at Lovell School. YVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 49 Perkins St. EMELIA ,IEPSON MIX, Col. Prep. Prepared at XVebster School. "Pins,'l Thanksgiving Committee '05, Decoration Fund Entertainment Com- mittee 1906, N. H. H. S. A. A., Sophomore and Junior Reading Cricles, Shakespeare Club. Chairman Senior Tea Committee, Theta Rho, Senior Class Picture Committee 1909. 272 Orchard St. fa,-C. Gila 'A 'Z' ' l L ' ' MARTHA MOAKLEY, Board. Gen. Prepared at Hamilton St. School. XVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 171 Franklin Stf GRACE JENNETTE MONAHAN, Col. Prep: Prepared at Dwight School. Senior Shakespeare and Dickens Club, Royal Club, Junior Read- ing Circle, Junior lrair Committee. W'ill go to Smith. 136 Dwight St. JAMES ALEXANDER MORTON, Hill. Scimz. Prepared at Wash- ington School. i'GolikellS,l' Glee Club, TVB4 Agony Quartette. Will go to Dickinson Theological College, Penn. 57 Liberty St. MILDRED MOULTON, Col. Prep. Prepared at Lovell School. "Pins,l' N. H. H. S. A. A., Thanksgiving Committee '07, Shakespeare Club, Sophomore Reading Circle. 640 VVhitney Ave., Vllhitneyville. MARGARET E. MULLEN, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Wlill go to Mt. St. Ioseph's Seminary. 186 Fairmont Ave. LORETTA D. MURPHY, Com. Prepared at Strong School. 175 Clay St. LAVVRENCE 'STEPHEN AUGUSTUS NOLAN, Hill. Scion. Pre- pared at Shephard Avenue Grammar School. TVB4 Agony Quartette, "Golikells,l' N. H. H. S. A. A. NVill go to Holy Cross. Future occupation, aeroplanist. I4 Shephard Ave., Mt. Carmel, Ct. f . ELSIE FREDERIKA NORTH, Girls' Gmz. Prepared at Winchester School. W'ill go to Normal School. Future occupation teacher. 634 Dix- Well Ave. 42 New HIXXVIEN ITIGH SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK ESTHER NORTHROP. Cam. Prepared at Strong School. I3I Ex' change St. GEORGE K. HOMER, Board. Scion. Prepared at Chestnut St. School, Springfield, Mass. N. H. I-I. S. A. A. Class baseball '07, '08, l0Q, Class football y07, Basketball 'o9. VVill enter Sheff. Future occupation, mining engineer. IQ Perkins St. FLOYD RAYMOND PORTER, Upsilon Sigma. Board. Gm. Pre- pared at Shelton Ave. School. Assistant Manager Senior Class Book. XYill go to Prattls Institute. 215 Edgewood Ave. OLIVE SARLES, Board. Gen. Prepared at Strong School. junior Fair Committee, School Circle, Theta Rho, Class Day Committee, Class Play Committee, Assistant Class Treasurer '08, yOQ, Thanksgiving Com- mittee 'o5, '06, '07, Alpha Beta. II Pleasant St. Ib '---. 55-f ROBERT EDGAR RIDLEY, Hill. Scion. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. Senior Class Play, "Golikells." VVill go to Massachusetts School of Technology. Future occupation, analytical chemist. 345 VVhalley Ave. RITA MAY O'CONNOR, Arad. Member of Senior Dickens Club, .Iunior Reading Circle, Freshman Indoor Baseball team, Election Day Committee. YVill go to St. Mary's, XVashington, D. C. 41 Farren Ave. FLORENCE MARIE O'DONNELL, Acad. St. Iohnls School. Mem- ber of Senior Dickens Club, Focus. Will go to Normal School. Teacher. 28 Sylvan Ave. AMELIA THERESA ONETO, Com. Cedar St. School. Stenog- rapher, 152 George St. RUTH LURENE PALMER, Com. Lincoln School, Marion, Ia. Mem- ber of Girls' Glee Club. Stenographer. 4 Eld St. EDNA M. PALMER, Com. Strong School, Kimberly Ave., East Ha- ven. EDVVIN AVERY PARK, A. I. E. Board. Seiya. Dwight School. Member of School Circle, President Freshman Debating Society. llfill go to Sheff. Architect. 42 Elm St. N JE.-XNNIE PATON, Cal. Prep. Lovell School. Member of -Iunior Fair Committee, Shakespeare Club, "Pins," Sophomore Geometry Club, N. H. H. S. A. A., Tau Iota Sigma, H.-X. C. S.,', HS. B. B." lVill go to Smith College. 423 Prospect St. MEM1:ERs or THE CL.xss 43 MILDRED PETRIE, Col. Prep. Strong School. Member of Shakes- peare Club, Junior Reading Circle, Tau Iota Sigma, "S. B. B.," 'Z-X. C. S.," "Pins" VVill go to Mt. Holyoke College. 196 Blatchley Ave. IRENE PICKETT, Acad. XVebster School. Member of Freshman Indoor Basketball team, Junior Reading Circle, Senior Dickens Club. l.Yill go to Mt. St. Vincent. 1 South St. MAURICE PODOLOFF, Cal. Prep. W'ashington School. XVill go to Yale. I2 Lines St. HAROLD T. PRESTON, Board. Scion. Lovell School. Will go to Stevens Ins. or Sheff. 20 Burns St. RITA QUINLAN, Col. Prep. VVebster School. Member of Athletic Association, "Pin,s" Longfellow Reading Circle, Junior Fair Committee, Senior Shakespeare Club, Senior Tea Committee. 542 George St. ARTHUR EDSON RALPH, Board. Scien. Orange St. School. Mem- ber of Mather Debating Society. Mt. Carmel. Ct. Arne, 1' wf'Xc.-'- JOSEPH ERNEST RAPUAXO, Board. Bays' Gen. XVashington School. Member of Freshman Baseball team, Sophomore Baseball team, Varsity Baseball team 1908, Varsity Baseball team 1909, Senior Football, Senior Basketball team, Class Play cast. VVill go to Xew York Dramatic School. 33 Gilbert St. I RALPH MINER READ, A. A. 2. Prepared at Dwight School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Business Manager the Radiator Vol. XXXI, Assistant Editor Vols. XXXIII, XXXIV. Future occupation, minister. 1298 Chapel St. ANNA DOLORITA READY, Gcr. Acad. St. Johns School. Member of Senior Dickens Club, Junior Reading Circle, Sophomore Reading Circle, Freshman Indoor Baseball A. Will go to Mt. St. Vincent. I24 Ward St. MARY IRENE REILLY, Board. Gen. Lovell School. XYi1l go to Normal. 69 Nash St. IREXE MARIAX REYNOLDS, Acad. St. Johns School. Member of Senior Dickens Club, Thanksgiving Committee, Junior Fair Committee. N f., 2, ' 1 ' -',:.."ta 1 5 3 .3 li .4 .1 .11 .Q .51 'Et i'l i 4 .24 1 E32 1 t., ,,, , ,, , 217563.15 ' 5 ' tif- ' I .. -. ,J .. 4+ 2 V- f , . yi . .4.. ,.. -if .aa 1 W. fn. 9. Q., .9 by 1 gv4..- v ..-Y-. ,gt 553 95125 - -mama .E...' ' ' 44 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK Sophomore Reading Circle, Senior Class Dramatics, Election Day Com- mittee, Freshman Indoor Baseball team, Freshman Reading Circle, Junior Reading Club. Will go to Elocution College, N. Y. I9 Elliott St. MARION REYNOLDS, Col. Prep. VVebster School. Member of Senior Shakespeare Club, "Pins," HA. C. S.," Tau Iota Sigma, Spohomore Geometry Club. NVill go to VVellesley College. North Haven. PEARL ROBERTS, Col. Prep. Horace Day School. Member of Theta Rho, "Pins,'l Thanksgiving Committee 1907, Decoration Fund En- tertainment Committee IQO6. VVill Ago to some Finishing School. i 117 Center St., West Haven. 'Tr ff-U L Chia,-J-ff C51 'Cen 1' '. f- rf ' " N57 ! X. 1 vm' . , .- . OSEN, Com. Cedar St. School. 460 Howard Ave. i Q I 5 ' ' .- DOMINIC RUOTOLO, Hill. Scimt. 'ashington School. THB Agri- cultural Class, "GOlikel1s." VVill go to Sheff. 22 Edgar St. JOSEPH RUSSO, Hill. Srieaz. Hamilton School. Will go to Sheff. 105 NVooster St. GEDDES YVILLIAM RUTHERFORD, Col. Prep. Parkdale Col- legiate. Toronto, Canada. NVill go to Yale. 117 NVall St. ' WYILLIAM S. SACHS, Col. Prep. 'Prepared at Cedar St. School. Member of N. H. H. S. Debating Society, N. H. H. S. Glee Club, N. H. H. S. Orchestra. Focus League, Sophomore Debating Society, N. H. H. S. A. A., Associate Editor Focus Vol. Vf, Sophomore Geomtry Club. XVill go to Yale. Q7 Oak St. FLORENCE M. SANDQUIST, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Member of ,Iunior Fair Committee, Girls' Glee Club 1907-508. Thanksgiv- ing Committee IQO8. ' 147 Lombard St. WTLLTAM J. SCHAEFER, Hill. Scion. Prepared at Cedar St. School. Member and Treasurer of Constitution Committee of the Order of Goli- kells. Vllill go to Sheff. Future occupation, mining engineer. 196 Meadow St. IRMAGARDE SCHNEIDER, cb. 2. Col. Prep. Prepared at Strong School. Member of Theta Rho, School Circle, Shakespeare Club. Tem- porary Assistant Treasurer of Senior Class, Secretary of Sophomore De- bating Society, Thanksgiving Day Committee 1905-VOS, Assistant Editor of Freshman Handbook IOOS, Easter Entertainment Committee IQO6. N. H. H. S. A. A.. Class Day Committee 1909. Senior Tea Committee 1908, Com- r s 'f I Miziwiimzs or THE CLASS 45 mittee to draw up resolutions on Mrs. Boardman's death, Membership Committee of School Circle 1908-'09, Vice President of School Circle 1909, Sophomore Geometry Club IIIA2, Grub Club. VVill go to Mt. Holyoke College. 277 Lighthouse Road. fi, I C LILY SELLEK, Acad. Prepared at XVebster School. Member of School Circle, Lincoln Day Committee, junior Fair Committee, Royal Club, Assistant Editor of Class Book. W'ill go to Normal. 162 Edgewood Ave. V' ' , gl. FREDERICK L. SEXTON, A. 2. K. Col. Prep. Member of Sopho- more Debating Society, N. H. H. S. Debating Society, Treasurer and Vice President of N. H. H. S. Glee Club, Staff Artist of Focus Vols. XI and XII. Will go to Trinity College, Hartford. QQQ W'halley Ave. MARION CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, 413. 2. Gm. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of Mather Debating Society, Class Pin Committee, Freshman Reading Circle. 711 Orange St. ROSE S. SILVER, Com. Prepared at VVooster School. 98 George St. SAMUEL M. SILVER, Col. Prep. Prepared at Orange St. School. VVill continue studies at Yale. Future occupation, lawyer. 269 Hamilton St. CHARLOTTE SINGLETON, Acad .Prepared at Dwight School. Member of Thanksgiving Day Committee 1905-yO5, Senior Shakespeare Club, School Circle, Class Pin Committee, Class Play Committee, Class Play, 19o9 Class Day Committee, Accompanist for Girls' Glee Club IQO8. XVill go to Normal School. Future occupation, accompanist or teacher. 6 University Place. "f-- 'Z' iii ,, -ff ' "1 "A-if JESSAMINE SLATER, Com. Prepared at lYebster School. Member of Freshman Debating Society. Future occupation, stenographer. 43 Elliott St. 'Pt -. . , if , ROSELENA ADELAIDE SMIRNOXV. Col. Prfjv. Prepared at Orange St. School. Member of Sophomore Debating Society, Girls' Glee Club, Senior Dickens Club. l'Vill go to Yale Music School. XVill be in- structor of Violin and Theory. 142 Orange St. MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, Com. Prepared at Strong School. Vx'ill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher of stenograpby. 238 Blatchley Ave. 46 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK GRACE MARGARET SMITH, Gen. Prepared at Westville Grammar School. VVil1 go to Normal. 29 Vlfillard St., Westville. MARGARET LOUISE SMITH, Acad. Prepared at Strong School. Member of Freshman Reading Circle, Thanksgiving Committee '05, '06, Seictette '06, '07. 166 Chapel St. ' FLORENCE SMITH, Gen. Prepared at Horace Day School. Meni- ber of Thanksgiving Committee, Alpha Beta Club, Ex-Member Girls' Glue Clnb, N. H. H. S. A. A. Committee yO7, IOS. S0 Howard Ave. 'X-xr . HATTIE J. SMITH, Col. Prep. Prepared at Orange St. School. T. B. L. S. XVill go to Smith College. 80 lYilliam St. MOLLIE C. SOMERS, Cum. Prepared at Orange St. School. VVill be a bookkeeper. T89 Bassett St. ELSIE SPRIGHTLY, Col. Prep. Member of School Circle, Senior Dickens Club, Sophosnore Geometry Club. 63 Liberty St. ERNEST R. STARKWYEATHER, Srivll. Member of N. H. H. S. A. A.. N. H. H. S. Basketball team 1007-'08-'09, N. H. H. S. Baseball team 'OS-'o9. XVill go to Sheff. Future occupation, mechanical engineer. 1452 Boulevard. MARY MEAD STETSON, B. T.- Col. Prop. Prepared at Orange St. School. N. H. H. S. A. A., "Pins," Senior Shakespeare Club, Sopho- more Geometry Club. XVill go to Smith College. 76 Mansfield St. ' JOHN D. STEVENSON, Q. 2. Board. Scien. Prepared at Webster School. Member of Upsilon Sigma, School Circle, Mather Debating So- ciety, Glee Club, Thanksgiving Entertainment Committee, "Terrible Three," 'fClique," Sons of Restw IVEI. NVill go to Sheff., to be a forester. 25 Sylvan Ave. fy, JT., tt, ,,, A MITCHELL B. STOCK. Sviuzl. Prepared at Orange St. School. Mem- ber of Senior Class Football team. IVB4 Golikells. XVill go to Sheff. Future Occupation, chemist. I32 Columbus Ave. HAROLD A. STONE, Col. Prep. Prepared at Plainville Grammar School. XX-'ill go to University of Pennsylvania. lVill study dentistry. C9 Woolsey St. MEMBERS OE THE CLASS 47 EL-MA STRAUSS, Gen. Prepared at Webster School. Member of Senior Picture Committee, Senior Class Play, N. H. H. S. A. A., Ex- Member Girls, Glee Club, Tau Iota Reading Circle. XVill go to Normal School, to prepare for teacher. 192 Lawrence St. VIRGINIA THATCHER, Gan. Prepared at Roger Sherman. Mem- ber of Mather Debating Club, Ex-Member of Girls' Glee Club, Tau Iota Reading Circle, N. H. H. S. A. A. Vlfill go to Normal School. Future occupation, teacher. 23 Norton St. LAURA B. TIERNAN, Amd. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Senior Dickens Club, Leo Connceni's Club. Will go to Normal School. llfill be teacher. 487 Columbus Ave. ELINOR J. TODD, Col. Prep. Prepared at Roger Sherman School. N. H. H. S. A. A., Theta Rho, Senior Shakespeare Club, lllA2, Grub Club '08, Decoration Fund Entertainment Committee. Senior Tea Committee 434 Edgewood Ave. MARY E. TODD, Col. Prep. Prepared at Smith School. NYill go to Smith College. Future occupation, teacher. T71 XVhalley Ave. RUTH TURNER, Col. Prop. Prepared at Strong School. 28 Kens- ington St. MABEL TURCK, Col. Prep. Prepared at Robbins, Norfolk, Ct. Nor- folk, Ct. JEAN RUTH BRONVN NVALLACE, Girls' Gm. Prepared at Strong School. Member Mather Debating Society. XVill continue studies at Normal School. Future occupation, school teacher. ISI Canner St. ANNA THERESA VVALSH, Com. Prepared at INashington Street School. Future occupation, stenographer and typewriter. 36 Lines St. YV. CLAIRE XVALKER. Amd. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Klember of Senior Dickers Club, Psyche Club, Sophomore Reading Club. Election Dav Committee, ,Tunior French Club, Indoor Baseball team. Thanksgiving Committee. XVill enter Bradford Academy, Mass. Future occupation, instructor. 205 Orchard St. ANNE J. XVARD, Girls' Gen. Prepared at Strong School. ltleniber of Freshman Reading Club. Secretary of Mather Debating Club. XVill continue studies at Normal School. 2151 Exchange 'St. ,,,,,,,,1 .. . 4 48 HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK MARY JEANNETTE XVEISS, Acad. Prepared at Shelton Avenue School. Member of Senior Dickens Club, Athletic Association, Tennis Club loo, Junior Reading Circle, Sophomore and Freshman Reading Circle. NVill continue studies at Normal School. Future Occupation, school teach- er. 217 Division St. IVA L. WATERBURY, Col. Prep. Prepared at Orange St. School. Member of Junior Reading Club, N. H. H. S. A. A., 'iPins." NVill take a P. G. 730 State St. MARGARET MORRISON XVILSON, Girls' G011. Prepared at Horace Day School. Member of Tau Iota Reading Circle, Freshman Tennis Club. VVill continue studies at Rye Seminary. 180 Lamberton St. ETHEL DODGE NVOODVVARD, Girls' Gen. Prepared at Strong SchOol.' Member of Girls, Glee Club. VVill continue studies at Normal School. Future occupation, school teacher. 1028 Townsend Ave. GRATIA LANGDON XVOODSTOCK, Girls' Gen. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of Girls, Glee Club, Mather Debating Society, Class Motto Committee. Tau Iota Reading Circle, Junior Thanksgiving Commit- tee. XVill continue studies at Normal School. Future occupation, school teacher. 39 Linden St. MAY AURELTA WYNNE, Acad. Prepared at Vllashington School. Member of Girls' Glee Club lO7, '08, Will continue studies at Normal School. Future Occupation, school teacher. I7 Adeline St. LEVVIS BENNETT VVINTON, Board. Scicn. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of Mather Debating Club, Stage Carpenter for Class Play. Vllill continue studies at Sheff. Future occupation, forestry. 136 Canner St. HAROLD PORTER WHITE, Board. Screw. 'Prepared at Roger Sher- man School. Member of Class Play Committee, IVEI Sons of Rest. 'X'Vill enter Sheff. 390 XVhalley Ave. JAMES VVOODHOUSE XVHEELER, Col. Prep. Prepared at Vtleb- ster School. Vllill enter Yale. Future occupation, physician. 27 Perkins St. GUSTAVE YVELTER, Gm. Prepared at Vllashington School. Mem- ber of Class Day Committee. XVill enter Pratt's Institute. 399 Mlashing ten Ave. 48 NEW HAVEN' HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK HAROLD YVARREN, Board. Scion. Prepared at Roger Sherman SchOOl. Member Ot Senior Basketball team. VVill enter Sheff. Future Occupation, journalism. 98 Alden Ave. HARRY A. XYATROUS, Q. 2. Board. Sciwz. Prepared at Dav School. Member Of Freshman FOOtball and Baseball teams. more Baseball team, Junior FOOtball '08, Junior Basketball, Regnl ball '08 Captain Of Senior Basketball team. NYill enter Sheff. Oceupatisn, civil engineer. 441 Greenwich Ave. SARAH EDNA YOUNG. Guia' Getz. Prepared at VYebster lllember Of Theta Rho SOciety. Vfill cfiitinne studies at Xormal Frtnre Occupation. schOOl teacher. 7 Crflege St. MOLLIE R. ZIEGLER, Com. Prepared at Orange St. SehOOl Oecnpatian, stencgraplter and typewriter. 678 Grand Ave. " Z1 Horace SOphO- r Foot- Future Schoal. School. Future JOHX H. ZTEOLER, Com. Prepared at Orange St. School. Mem- ber Of Senior Class FOOtball team. Regular Baseball team. Future Occu- pation. stenagrapher and accountant. S7 Admiral St. 4 1 l I w l J VF nn l Class fficers if Committees P1'cs1'fIv11t-Cxlzl. f5SL'.XR DL's'r1N. Vivo f77'c'.V1'ffU1lfflJICXNIS Elrikxxlzlu M,x1:'rlx. ,S'va'1'Uf411'-x'fl,4mxsx l':I.l,.X lSL'1:1e1cLL. T1'ms1r1'v1'fll.xm+1,1m lfl lf11i1,1m. . l.mstu1z1' I1'uf1,w11'w:'xA-Ill:I-i'1'.x L.x11m2R'l'. CJI.ix'1i Ssxxulis. 5'm'guazzf-uf-.1f'111xffXX'1l.1:1'R I.L'cH's CROSS. PIN l'0NIlll'l"l'EE. I JcmRm'11Y l3I,.XliIfSl,Iil-1. CFIIUZAVIIIKIII. Turin Ilvxris. .lm1N UL'R'roN, C lI.XRI,1b'l"l'lf S1Nc:LE'1'ox, PIARRY KIFYITR, Du1w'1'11Y CHASE, Hwmx SHERIDAN, ' 1 CLASS PLAY COMMITTEE. DENNIS B. INIARTIN, C1lfll.I'llll111. TQENNETH DEMING, HARDLD XYHITE, CHARLOTTE SIEGLETON, HARRY' BIEYERJ DOROTHY CHASE. OLIVE SARLES. CLASS PROM. UOHUIITTEE. CHARLES A. IWCCLUSKEY, Clzairman. ROBERT MCKIERNAN, JAMES COBEY, XVINNIFRED GREENLEAF, CHARLES EISELE, RUTH LANGLEY, HAZEL FRANK. CLASS DAY COMMITTEE. IRM.xc:.xRDE SCHNEIDER, LURNA BURRELL, FRED HYNES, EDWIN PARK, CHARLOTTE SINGLETON, GL'S'r.xvE XYELTER OLIVE SARLES. CLASS nook. ' Edl.f0I'-1.11-Cllllffj JOH N J. TQEANE. BllSZ'llC'.S'S Jlazlagvr, JOHN ul. DEl..xL'NAxx'. CLASS PICTURE CUMMITTEE. RUSSELL LEAIIY, Clmz'1'111a1z. EMELIA J. MTX, ELMA STRAUSS. CLASS BIOTTO COIUIITTEE. JOHN J. ICEXNE, Clzaiwzzazz. GRATIA XVOODSTOCK, XYILHUR CROSS. X , NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL i l JJ JOHN J. KEANE DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL MISS DOROTHY BLAKESLEE DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL L WYY, " The Girl I Left Behind Me " PR ESENTED BY THE CLASS OF 1909 February 18 and 19, 1909 AT THE NFXY HAVEN THEATRE CAST OF CHARACTERS. General Kenion Major llurleigli Lieut. Edgar Hawlceswo1'tli Lieut. Morton Parluw . Private jones . Dr. Arthur Penwiek Sergeant llCGlynn Sergeant Dix . Searbrow, or john Silent Tongue Fell-an-Ox Laden . Carl O. Dustin . Henry Egg Harold D. Kennedy joseph Koletslcy liienjamin Goldman Herbert M. Diamond . R. Edgar Ridley Messrs. Crass and Cugell Dennis B. Martin . Fred Hynes . nlnlm Doerr Dick Burleigh QThe Kate Kennion . Lucy Hawkesworth XVilber's Ann Fawn Afraid Jennie, a maid Mrss 1lffClJ'Z0gC1'l1CIl Major's Sonfj . . . James Cobey . Miss Vwlinnifred Greenleaf Miss Charlotte Singleton Miss Elma Strauss . Miss Hazel Frank Miss Irene M. Reynolds GIRLS. HAZEL HEDcEs, " RUTH BERGER, " XYIRGINLX TH.-x'rcHER, L1LLr.xN Horifixrixx, is GEORGIA BELCHER, " MRRY CLARK, .i IRI-:NE REYNOLDS. TROOPERS. ARTHUR lXlILLER, josEPrI RAPUANO, HENRY ENRIGHT, ARTHUR CARRICAN, FRED HYNEs, JUHN DOERR. f-HENRY D. CoWLEs. Z7lI'CCfi0ll-FRANK D. NELSON. Special piece of scenery Cshcwn in cutb for the third act con- structed by Louis VVinton, Boardman 1909. N. H. H. S. FOOTBALL TEAM? K M TEA LL OTBA FO SS CLA OR SENI SENIOR TEACHERS COMMITTEE BOOK SS CLA Semor Members of the School Circle JOHN J. KEANE FRED COMSTOCR DOROTIIY BLAKESLEE RH ETA LA M IaER'r ELIDA BARNES IRMACARDE SCHNEIDER ITAROLD KENNEDY Ii.X'1'HICR1NF GALLAOHER ROBERT MCKIERNAN FRED HYNES IDVVIC-IIT BLAIQESLEE ELSIE SPRICHTLY LILY SELLER JOHN STEVENSON HA-XZEL BALDWIN CHARLOTTE SINGLETON OLIVE SARLES CHARLES BICCLUSKEY RACHEL GRANVILLE RUTH BARTLETT HAROLD DAVIS FLORENCE BAILEY EDWIN PARK JOHN BURTON Members of Secret Societies ALPHA DELTA Sl GMA. AYILBUR LUCIUS CROSS, IR. YVILLIAINI IEROME GILBERT BIERWIN ALBERT lX'IATTOON JOHN PAUL BIAYNARD H.XRRX' RAYMOND HIEYER ALPHA ALPHA. RUTH THOMPSON BARTLETT RACIIPIL GRANVILLE ll-.XRY I-ADELE GRRXAIES RHETA LAMRERT GAMMA DELTA PSI. DWIGHT AYINFIELD BLAKESLIEE JOHN EDVVARD 'UUR'l'UN RALPH YVILLIAM BURTON DWIGHT EVELYN BRAY CHARLES TXUCKINGIIAM CHATFIELD CIIARLES KENNETH DEMING HAROLD DORMAN IQEXNEDY B. T.-Y FLORENCE BAILEY BIILDRED EMILY COOK Lors TROWI3-RIDGE DENNISON :ANNA RUTHEREORD AWETCALF IXIARY MEAD STETSON SECRET SOCIETIES THETA SIGMA. XVILLIAM IENNINGS CONNELY CARL OSCIAR DUSTIN DENNIS BERNARD IXIARTIN JOHN DUNN STEVENSON HARRY ANSON VVATROUS AYILLTAM THOMAS NYHITEIELD KAPPA MU SIGMA. IIAZEL BRADLEY RIf'FH HUNTLEY HEMINGWAY FRANCES MARIE LAWRENCE CLARA EMMA LEIIR :ALICE MERCEDES RIARTIFT PHI SIGMA. AIARION LANGDALE IAIARY BURGOYNE LAW IRMAGARDE LYDIA SCHNEIDER IXIARION CAMPIIELL SHERIDAN DELTA SIGMA KAPPA. BERNARD EMERSON LEETE FREDERICK LESTER SEXTON THETA PHI NU. IMI.-ANUEL KLIGERMAN KARL A. BRETZFELDER SAMUEL A. ALDERMAN EDWARD GOLDENIIERG JOSEPH KOLETSKY BENJAMIN F. GOLDMAN 6 :L - fa- I. A I N P 7 F NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK ALPHA IOTA EPSILON. FREDERICK WALTER COMSTOCK ROBERT LEWIS BICIQIERNAN FREDERICK HENRX' H YNES CHARLES AYLING RICCLUSKEY RALPH LESTER HCJLBROOK EDWIN IAAVERY PARK JOHN RUSSELL LEAHY SIGMA LAMBDA NU. HAROLD GRAY DAVIS RAYMOND RIONTGOM ERA' IIATTERS1:Y GRANT CHATFIELD HARRX' THEODORE l'IO'l'CIIIiISS CLARENCE LINSLEY BISHOP SENIOR CLUBS UPSIIION SIGMA. ROIIERT LEWIS AICKIERNTXN CARL EDWARD SUCHER VV-ILLIAM STADDAM I'IEWLE'l"l' RALPH LESTER HIJLIZROOK FRED WALTER COMSTOCK JOHN DUNN STEVENSON RALPH BIINER READ WILIIUR LUCIUS CROSS CARL OSCAR DUSTIN HAROLD GRAY DAVIS Ii.-XRRY RAYMOND BIEYERS XVILLIAM THOMAS XVHITFIELD FREDERICK HENRY HX'NES CHARLES AYLING BICCLUSKEY FLOYD RAYMOND PORTER 70 NEW HAVEN H1611 Scnool. CL.xss Book Opinions of the Class OUR MOST PROMINENT. Dustin C1395 is heard of everywhere. Fred Comstock C435 was Vice President, and john Keane C425 is always around talk- ing business. Dorothy Blakeslee C1015 stands f1rst. Irmagarde Schneider C395 is sometimes seen, While Vilinnifred Greenleaf C225 was in the Class Play. OUR HOST POPULAR. Dustin C 1 145 as President of the class certainly deserves this. Comstock knows sixty-nine' girls pretty Well, and John Stevenson comes next with nine. Dorothy Blakeslee has seventy-nine admirers, Irmagarde Schneider C525 easily gets second place, while Rheta Lambert C125 and Qlive Sarles C125 have some friends. OUR XERVIEST. Kennedy C375 ,we all know. gets where he wants to. john Zeigler C305 has Hbutted in," while Russell Leahy C185 and Harry Meyer C185 have nerve enough. Lily Sellek has annoyed forty-eight. Mildred Moulton C255 comes next, and Elsie Ford C115 and Clara Lehr C85 just keep going. OUR BIGGEST BLUFFER. Brockett has bluffed bravely before twenty-live. Kenrie Bird C225 and Butler C215 do almost as well. Marion Langdale C335 and May XVelch can do pretty well. Mary 5Vard C235 and Clara Lehr C185 sometimes deceive the teachers. OPINIONS or THE CLASS 71 OUR MOST BRILLIANT SOCIAL LIGHT. Kenric Bird C415 is very fond of attending dances. Hotch- kiss C365 is frequently seen in a dress suit. Kennedy Cglj likes to dance if he has a good partner. Comstock C285 consents to attend once in a while. Dorothy Blakeslee C 1215 is in great demand. Rheta Lambert C225 usually has a Well-filled program and Miss Schneider CZID is seen at entertainments occasionally. ' OUR SHRE WDEST POLITICIAN. Keane CIo6j always has his finger in a political pie. Dustin C165 is supposed to have political instincts, and Koletsky C145 is always ready -to push any plan. Katherine Gallagher C345 is ever ready to talk politics, Miss Schneider Cgrj can reel off schemes Without stopping to take breath, and Molly Ziegler C155 can discuss them. OUR I-IANNDSOME ST. Forty people think Kenneth Deming is "real handsome." Some thirty-eight are partial to Dustin's style of beauty. John Steven- f-on has twenty-five applications for photographs. McKiernan has nineteen admirers and Parke fifteen. Alice Connor C1175 is undoubtedly a pretty girl. Xllinnifred Greenleaf C58j is not vain about her good looks. Sixteen think Miss Strauss is pretty. Miss Blakeslee's style of beauty appeals to nine, and Miss Lambert C63 is real cute. OUR MOST NOTORIOUS FUSSER. Comstock C755 is seen with different girls nearly every week. Bird C215 isn't so changeable. Kennedy C185 and McKiernan C175 need no instruction. Miss Ford C7OD is skilled in the gentle art and has taught Miss Sellek C23j, Miss Singleton C235 and Miss Lutz C221 72 NEW l'.lAVEN H1611 SCHOOL CLAss Book OUR MOST ELOQUENT ORATOR. One hundred and one heard Keane's nomination speech. Forty- nine know Finley's reputation as a debater. Delauney C475 nom- inated Dustin. Miss Goldys C235 is able to keep still when alone: Vtfhat a noise there would be if Miss Cullom C205 were matched against Miss Goldys. Miss Bartlett C185 can talk some. ' om mzwsr. Battersby C325 says the distance between Hillhouse and Boardman is "something awful." Broekett C295 has been put to much trouble by being too lazy to attend recitations. Butler C365 is never in first. Miss Law C405 can sleep through Senior musicg that's going some. Twenty-five have heard Miss E. Todd complain of that Utired feeling." Five have heard the Misses Sarles and M. Smith yawn. C OUR I-IARDEST WVORKER. C Eighty wonder when Keane finds time to eat. Comstock C185 is always doing something, while Emerson Clarke C155 is con- sidered a busy man by a few. lrmagarde Schneider is a hustler in the eyes of twenty-four. Agnes Holbrook C155 is a worker, but D. Blakeslee C95 is not idle. OUR SPORTIEST. Fifty-three admire the work of Dustin's tailor. McKiernan C245 is always particular to look nice. Hotchkiss C215 is some- what of a sport. Miss E. Strauss C565 is always up-to-date in her style, while Miss Lutz C245 keeps in touch with the fashions. Miss D. Brad- ley C225 is evidently the only sporty girl from Hillhouse. Miss Fordis style excites the admiration of thirteen. OUR BEST WRITER. Keane C805 easily carries off the honors as Editor-in-Chief of the "Focus,,' "Freshman Handbook" and '4Senior Class Rook," f 1 L l OPINIONS OF '1'11E CLASS 73 all in the same year. Cohen C455 is noted for his stories. Twen- ty-tiwo have mistaken Dustin's executive ability for literary. 5 . Miss Granville C865 has rendered good service as young lady editor, and Miss Bailey C205 has also been there. Miss Cullom's genius is appreciated by eighteen. V OUR MEEKEST. ' Schnier with forty-one votes is as meek as an angel. Eighteen and sixteen, respectively, think Eisele and Leete can be worked by anyone. Miss Hemingway C125 is meek, Miss Lenahan C245 is meeker, and Miss Connor C275 is meekest. OUR MOST SCHOLARLY. Cobey's size is out of proportion with his wisdom for sixty- three think he is most scholarly. Hammond C295 looks like a professor, but sixteen have underestimated Mr. Leete. Miss Schneider C315 always gets A, and twenty are quite right about Miss Blake. Miss North does get a B once in a while. 0 UR WITTIE ST. . There is no doulbt about Meyers' C1525 wit. Stevensoirs sein- illating humor has entertained twenty, while Brockett C155 bub- ales over with jokes. Miss Bradley C135 has set whole divisions of girls laughing with her jokes, and the Misses Lawrence Barnes C85, and Ford C75 are witty at times. OUR MOST T0 BE ADMIRED. Comstock C435 and Dustin C425 are N. H. H. S. ideals, while twenty admire Keane's sterling character. Miss Blakeslee, with thirty-six, is all right, and Miss Cook has twenty-seven' admirers. Miss Schneider is admired by nineteen. " C" -mm 'f ' 2714.761 1 as emgg -514 '- 1 'I , -.1 -1 4 4 4 Y 4 21 J 74 NEW HAVEN lnlIGH SCHOOL CL.xss Book OUR BEST NATURED. Sixty-tive are astounded that the trials and tribulations of Atwater llrockett have not soured his sweet temper. Harold Davis C395 has not had so many vexatious. Mackenzie C205 is perfectly harmless. Miss Mabel Connor C325 is never "grouchy." Miss XVOod- ward C165 and Miss VX'aterbury C165 are the favorites of their OWI1 divisions. OUR BRIGHTEST SCHOLAR. 'Cobey gains the laurels for Boardman, with one hundred and ten, while Hillhouse votes for Sachs C175. Ruotola C125 occa- sionally translates at sight. The teachers always call on Miss Schneider C905 when a visitor comes into a recitation and swell with pride when they hear her A recitation. Miss Cullom C125 and Miss Nor-th C125 have had the same experience. OUR BEST ATHLETE. Nineteen Hundred and Nine should be proud of its athletes, especially Connely CIIQ5 while Dustin and Davis fight for second place with nineteen apiece. S. Alderman C155 has won a few N. 5Yithout a doubt Miss Barnes C1945 is our star athlete, while Miss Rlakeslee and Miss Blake follow with three each, OUR BIGGEST GRIND. Leete has the field to himself with fifty Als on his report card. Park tries to keep up with thirty-three. M. Sachs is not far be- hind with twenty-nine. Sixty-one returning home at 1 a. m. have seen the midnight oil still burning in Miss Holbrook's room. Miss Blake has had fifty As Miss M. Todd is an awful grind, in the Opinion of ten. QPINIONS or THE CLASS 75 OUR WINDIEST. Keane has attended fifty-seven Class meetings and always has something to say. M. Sachs C305 made a few stump speeches in various debates and Ziegler C205 has a supply of hot air -to rent, Miss Everhart 'has tried to convince fifty-seven and is still talking. Miss Vtfilson C325 always has something to say .while Miss Alderman C165 has some connection with the Gas Co. OUR MOST COXCEITED. lt is the opinion of one hundred and thirteen that Harold Ken- nedy thinks that the school couldn't get along without him. Carl Dustin C495 has rather a swell head, while ten think Fred Coni- stock is something of an egotist. VVe are afraid that Margaret 5Yilson C315 thinks a little too much of herself. VVe also think that the twenty-six who voted for Elsie Ford will change their opinion when better acquainted with her. Florence Bailey has Cunintentionally we hope5 snubbed eighteen classmates. UUR QUEEREST. To one hundred and twenty Rupert Gates is the funniest thing imaginable. Diebert C155 is a mystery, while Schnier baffles twelve. Seventeen don't understand Miss Bassman. Miss Vkfilson C155 IS something off the ordinary and Miss Brown C125 does act strangely at times. OUR GROUCHIEST. Beware when John Stevenson C415 snaps at youg he is liable to bite. XVe disagree with twenty-two who voted for Gates for we think him almost too good-natured. Rip Burton C185 does get cranky at times. Theresa Cannon C145 is always complaining. Mildred Clinton CI25 must be approached with care and Miss 5Vilsorl C125 is frequently out of sorts. 76 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLAss BOOK OUR MOST HABITUAL PRINKER. Carl Dustin C575 is forever Exing his tie, while Edwin Park's hair is his greatest worry. llob Mcliiernan C115 is fussy about his looks, Xl'innifred Greenleaf C485 would be mortihed if one hair got out of place. Clara Jensen C325 has a reserved seat before the mirror before and after shool. lt takes Mabel Homan only twenty minutes to put on her hat before the mirror. DONE MOST FOR OUR SCHOOL. At last Keane C1315 has been fittingly rewarded for his inces- sant labors in behalf of New Haven High, which has been his sole thought First. last, and all the time, for the last four years. Dustin and Comstock are tied for second honors with thirty-ive apiece. Miss Blakeslee C835 has been a zealous worker for our School. Miss Schneider C495 and Miss Sarles have always done what they could for the School. ' OUR HOST POPULAR TEACHER. Mr. Hackett leads the list with Hfty-four votes, a testimonial to his justice and impartiality, Dr. Zimmermans geniality won thirty-nine votes for him. Dr. McFarland comes next with thirty- four and Mr. Booth C275 and Mr. Porter C255 follow. Yearly grows the fame of Dr. Sheridan C935. Miss XVolff is well liked by Hfty-six, while Miss Marsh's popularity is attested by fifteen. Ten fairly worship Miss Vera Vkirifght and feel that their Senior Year has been brightened by her advent into their midst. TdlS'l'0RY or :lx'l'lILIf'lAlCS or Cmss or iooo 77 History of the Athletics of the Class of 1909 T .-Xl'lD progress had been made by our athletes and already in IQOS New Haven High School was well to the fore as a dangerous contestant for State championships. Sturdy athletes represented the blue and white and their splendid records were a source of constant worry to their rivals. Such work on the part of N. H. H. S. athletes soon created a furore among the other schools in the state and as a result of our athletes' brilliant performances we find ourselves barred from the lnter- scholastic football league. lt was at this time when athletics occupied an important place that the Class of IQOQ made its debut. The insignificant Freshmen were somewhat awed at the th..:ught of being able to test the ath- letic records of their predecessors and only after wonderful work were we able to produce a class championship team. The big timber among the Freshies was hustled out and Humpty nine" had its football team. .-Xlasl .-Xfter a hard tussle on the grid- iron these warriors who had had the honor of meeting upper class- men on the battlefield were doomed to taste the dregs of defeat. Une distinction however did this contingent have. and that an important one. for it was from their midst that "l'lutch" Carroll was plucked and installed among the big guns on the varsity eleven. The Freshman basketball team was more successful and it was this quintet that administered defeat to all classes, the mighty Se- niors included. Our seven representatives were awarded their numerals and wereiseen strutting about school decorated with their pretty skull caps. But the baseball team followed in the footsteps of the football aggregation and met with the same defeat. I "iii -1 .-14 .J 78 New HAVEN TTIGH SCHOOL CL.xss BOOK The Sophomore year of 1909 athletes was a quiet one and all our class teams took the same course with the same resultg that of defeat. An incident which deserves special mention was the first out of town trip of any Of our class teams. The basketball asso- ciation was the first to venture forth. The quintet and a basket- ball and a manager and a loyal enthusiast and seven suit cases and two subs hiked to Branford and back. A year full of activity for our athletes was the junior year. During this time the stars of 1909 class organization were filling vacancies on the varsity teams, and at this stage of the work, their playing first began to be noticed. Despite the fact that a large number of the class football team was entered in the High School squad there was still sufficient material remaining to turn out a championship class eleven. Une recalls with pleasure Harry Meyers long run through the crowd for the winning touchdown against the Seniors. Bob Mcliiernan also did star work for the team. V Qf course a protest was entered which precedent has been faithfully and regularly followed by the class teams. Of little benefit was it to the Seniors for more Juniors were present at the meeting and our juniors were consequently awarded their numer- als. T'he E909 football me11 playing with the varsity football team this year and receiving their N. H.'s were Connely, Fifield, Davis, .-Xlderman, llird, Flannagan, and Koletsky. The eleven played with a vigor and trounced every High School they met. An occas- ional murmur is still heard of the interesting adventures of the eleveng how they nearly missed the train one Saturday at Hotch- kiss and the next train due Monday: how they enjoyed themselves at the Norwich Training Academy, where they were guests at the Senior dance and where the future was revealed to them by the knowing gypsies. Uur track team traveled to Derby and with Cennely again in evidence as a star won the meet. Fifield, Comstock and Cross were the IQOQ men on the team. Vtfhat impressed our boys most was the diligentwork of Derby police force in clearing tl1e track. ".-X mighty good looking fellow, the Derby police forcef, might be heard from the New Haven men. PTISTORY or 1-X'l'llLE'l'ICS or CL.xss or 1909 79 Basketball during this year was a hit, and interest in the strenuous and exciting sport was beginning to be manifested by the studentsg especially in the girls' contests. This was the only time in the history of the Class of 1909 that the dainty ones of the fair sex summoned sufficient courage to form a team. The Omega team played the strong Freshman Phi Delta 'Tau team as a preliminary tu the High School contest and Anderson gym was filled to its greatest capacity. Miss Elida Barnes, Captain of the Omega team, and girl ath- lete of the Class did fine work during the game. Miss Dixon also played a consistent game and the good team work displayed by them was a great faction in the Omega victory. Capt. Dustin, Starkweather, .-Xlxlerman and Connely of our Class were members of the basketball team. Their fine work in the gym caused the defeat of many fast teams. Assisting them were two 1910 men, Saxe, and Frankel, whose good work calls for special mention. The Hockey team was given little opportunity to demonstrate their ability owing to poor weather. Nevertheless a good show- ing was made in the few games that were played. The 1909 men were Fitield. I. Burton, R. Burton and Franco The varsity baseball nine consisted of Fifield, Starkweather, and Rapuano from our class. Mr. Hackett. who has done con- siderable to foster the spirit of athletics in the School took charge of the nine and it was his masterful coaching which was respon- sible for the wonderful playing. Out of a squad of 'practically "green" material Mr. Hackett turned out a team that narrowly missed winning the championship of the state. The Senior year came and the final deeds of our athletic heroes were performed. Seniors were predominant on the varsity foot- ball team and aside from this our class team again showed its worth by capturing the lnterclass football championship. The plunging tactics of 'Tien' Goldman at full back and the lively work of Charles McCluskey at end was responsible for the victory. The varsity season was a banner one for our football team. At Ridgefield our representatives won a hard earned victory after which that memorable Tea Party was held. En route home the -v-vfq -4 80 New HAVEN HIGH Scnoor, CL.xss Book athletes stopped at South Norwalk, where Hoyts theater was honored by the attendance of the little theater party and Coach Percy Smith. The climax of the season was reachedswhen Erasmus Hall of New York defeated our team at Yale Field. For once. true' school spirit was shown by the majority of students and the largest attendance in the history of school athletics was noticed. Cheers. songs and leaders were in evidence but sad to relate our team failed to rise to the occasion. It took just one week for the team to recuperate and they made up for the Erasmus defeat by slaughtering the Manual Training High School. The melodious singing and cheering of the Elm City boys took the metropolis by storm and even the conductors seemed to enjoy the exhibition for they expressed regret at the departure of the students. Dainty little cards were due a week later and expectations were fully realized when five players left the eleven. A crippled team unsuccessfully struggled on and the last game of the season brought about a grand reunion. Cozy and quaint Anderson's gym was the rendezvous of our loyal supporters during the Saturday nights of winter. Basketball became a tremendous success and was getting a firm grip on the students' intersets. An added attraction at the games was the dance which followed and which all enjoyed. The only home game lost to a Connecticut High School was with New Britaing but that was pardonable for it was after the Class Play. The victory over Erasmus High of New York in the enemy's territory was the premier success of the season and somewhat evened matters up with the New York School. The contests with this school were successful and the time is looked for when Eras- mus will be found in the schedule of all our sports. Capt. Dustin Starkweather, Connely, and Koletsky from the Class of 1909 played with the Hve. Mr. Porter, President of the Athletic Association, has con- tinually used his influence to infuse more school spirit among the students and his efforts have lbeen fully appreciated. The con- dition of our athletics has been a deplorable one. and twice have we been saved from being forced to abandon all sports on account of financial stringency. Business men of the city saved our illisroiay or A'rnLi5'rics oF Crass or 1909 S1 School the first time, and their contributions placed the Associa- tion on a firm basis. Half-hearted interest and poor attendance at the games soon caused a second downfall and only the dramatic ability of some of the members of the school saved the day by their entertainment. It is sincerely hoped that unstinted support will be given by the remaining classes of the School to the various athletic teams and thereby make the Athletic Association a suc- cessful organization and one able to compare with other similar High School societies. The deeds of the athletes of 1909 will soon be history, a history that will be hard to beat and one which has brought great honor to the Class. JOSEPH KOLETSKY, Former .S'f10rt'i1zg Editor fourfzal-Courier. 'N W NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CLASS BOOK VVe wish to .acknowledge Ourgratitude to Dr. Cushing and Prof. Jepson for the use of their cuts, also to the members of Gamma Delta Psi for the cut of the School and to the Class of 1908 for the cuts heading the Histories. O Finally we commend to the graciousness of the Class of IQOQ this little book, trusting it will meet with kindly criticism at the hands of those who are so soon to bid farewell to dear old New Haven High. For have you thought how short a time is Ours? Only a little longer than the Howers, ' Here in the meadow just a Summer's day, Gnly to-dayg to-morrow-other flowers. 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