New Haven High School - Elm Tree Yearbook (New Haven, CT)

 - Class of 1922

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Such a world looks to you, young women and men, as the hope of the future, and surely it will not find you wanting. , You are living in a strenuous age, where selfishness and pleasure-seeking and frivolity and irresponsibility are weakening the strongest bulwark of our nation, the American home, and America turns to you. Girls and boys of today, you are the mothers and fathers of tomorrow, the future makers and preservers of the nation, and what greater honor could be yours? But your task is stupendous. You must girdle yourselves strong in the armor of service, of justice, of prudence, and self-reliance, and stand an impreguable wall about that center of civilization, the home, and they who strive to lower its ideals or desecrate its sacredness, shall have to answer your challenge. Service and sacrifice. Truly, you comprehend their full significance, for your young lives have been lived while men have served and sacrificed and died, for the preservation of their homes. But your task is even more difficult: you must serve and sacrifice and liveg live clean, unselfish, God-fearing lives 3 live as the great men and women of the past lived, so that society and the home will be better for your having lived. Having learned the lesson of service and sacrifice, you will have discerned in your fellowman, "That thread of the all-sustaining Beauty which runs through all and doth all unite"--and Charity that binds the Brotherhood of Man will again reign queen of virtues. Prudence and self-reliance will raise you above the petty strifes of life and stamp upon you in indelible characters the tribute of noble manhood and woman- hood. It is of little importance what vocation you will immediately follow, but it is of supreme importance that in your chosen vocation you keep ever before you those guiding principles. Your school has faith in you. - May the future deal kindly with you, and may the blessings of a kind Providence rest upon you always, is my sincere wish for you. - ELLEN P. M ACCORMAC. 5 5 5 5 E E 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 E E E E E E E E E E .5 E E 5 5 E E EE EE E 5 BE 55 5555 EEEEEEEEE 55 E E E E BE EE HE EE EE EE E EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE HE EE EE EE SE EE EE HE EE EE E H5555555 EEEEEEEEFJEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEETTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE5555155 5595555555EEEEEEE555EEEESEEREEEEEE555555E5555EEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEBEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Svvninr Gilman Bunk 'SVOLUME II PLBI ISHI-ID HY THE Cmss O1 1922 Qlnmmvrrial igigh Srhnnl NEw HAVEN, CONNECTICUT Baath nf Ehitnrn Iia'if01'-ia:-Clzivf ST IEXVA RT K . NV lil R I-'Issislunts .ARTHUR HEALY I C TEI 'IXESSIE SHARP' X IJluRGERQN JOSEPH IQIRBY R XTKTNS FLORENCE In I YN MACC.xI,MoN g . 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QE To sum up, I commend these words of the Apostle Paul to you: "Finally, Egg QE E . . whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever 5 things are of good reportg if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think EE on these things." QE s ss . 5 6ffa,5CL,1IG ss X f e t to X EE Principal EEE EEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEE E555EEEEEEEEEE 555555EEEEEEEEEESEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEBEEEEESEEEEEEEE EE EE EE EE BE EE EE BE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE HE EE EE E EE EE 5 EE EE EE EE 55 EE E EE 5555555555 EEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEHEEEEESEEEEEEE sees es es ss es es ss es ss es EH ss es es sri es es ss as es f 5 es as es es es as es as get as as es ea .es 555 EE To THE Criixss or 1922: My dear friends: lust a word of eongratulation upon the completion of your high school course. Remember, as you start out into the business world that the cheerful. agreeable person is always in demand. A smile is a password to many opportunities. 'liheu QE smile and you will make the world a little brighter and a little more cheerful for E EE all with whom you come in contact. The old proverb is still true that "A merry EE EE heart maketh a cheerful countenance." QE EQ Xllhen you receive your diplomas, l hope you will consider them as commissions QE BE of service, and that service is the greatest thing in life. The surest way to be EE EE happy is to be of service to others. EE EE I wish you many happy, busy years of service QE g Sincerely, Eg e W e-A e E e .X ffilfilfi V73 EEE ss X sa 55? 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 V5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 SE 5 5 5 5 55 5 5 KLA 1., J Qagfwf 5 5 5 5 5 555555555555555 555555555555555 of Enqlisx 5 5 X1.1L.1s E. XVYMAN E ,,. 5 QE T aclzrr of Ignglul EE E 1221 Chapel Sr f 5 EE C aduate of Bates Colle e 5 If g 5 - 5 E 5 5 55555 55555 L ,, 5 Q 5 BE ILLSIE K. 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M.x1.oNl-x EH librarian EE 109 Mansfield Street Graduate of New Haven High School' 5 E w E E 5 EE 5 5 E ' ' 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 QE T0 THE CL-A-55 01' Q To THE Mlzxlislzizs or 'run Cluxss or gg QE , For four yz1.?a1'sQ you have been taught 19221 EE EE to be faithful to the highest and best l,etn1e congratulate you on the com- EE EE ideals. Now you are going to set sail :pletion of your four-year course with grid' Ou your 1ife'5 voyage, so much credit to yourselves and your QE In my humble estimation' yOu Wm school! Without'reservation, I wish EE EE need more of courage than of any other to my that Yours 15 1119 11051 012155 111211 E QE virtueg courage to do the right, in face have ever had the Pleatufe of teach' BE EE of any circumstanceg courage to speak 'mg' 111 attltllde t0Wfl1'f1 WP1'1Q- 111 EE the truthg courage to live, in fact. a"igg111121lS1-33233122:US 111t.111f11ij My wish for fou is that you may 1 - -' ' ' C 1 eau Y 0 Q EE have all the courzlge that is symbolized ,simnx film ,defy EO dfW,Jf1nf1 yea? ,to 55 Ei in the designs which you wear upon ,fail 7' 5? iodyyqfll 111111 erSfpart1"u' QE EE your lingers,-for on your class rings 610362 OJ if lftlsloll-,lafmltonle llery EE HE you see the ship at full mast, setting 1h'14beQ?.lE?1hieSil0ni amrtl? avfiiagfe BE EE sail on a rough sea. XV hen entering ilymv .ugllmig aslicrenlafxe 151111 E 35? EE EE the Commercial High School, you see Comifdsr if ,I 1-ivcflgav iMf13fmE" Y EE that fsame ship, carvedx inystone ovler you' ' P be 0 law 1101111 t e rout entrance. i gain, over tie ,' , l . EE stage in the Assembly Hall, appears mis 11f1W 30 Oulirlnlo the 1f'0f1d, I QE EE the Same Courageous Shipf-S1111 in tered inrthc-l 2Biril?IoE1ErZe?'ifigeay lliirielhi EE EE Stone' ,- character, strong in body, clear in in- 5 QE f111 Y0U1'5?1Ve5, 110199 711131 1116-511111 tellect, may each of you be of great EE EE Q Cflllfage 15 Ca1i1'ea1,011 5f0U1.13??115ff1f power for good as you serve your EE EE 3011 20 out 011 1510 313 Sea 01 1 es 01 home, your city, your country, and the EE EE ff-Never heart more true or brave people of the world. The world will EE Than his who launches on the wave." 111611 be as l71'011d of YOU as your SC1100l E is now. Mmguom L. BARINUM. C. S- GSBOURNU EE i 5 55 EE EEEEEEEEEEHEEEEE ig5555 EEEEEEEEEE DESI-IMEN 1 ? 1? EEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEE 555 E55 55 55 555 555 5 E 55 EE 55 EE 5 A 5 5 N EE EE Xl Y I I gg E4 ff jwn W-K X, E E f ,W ,fj ff 'UNK w- as 5 f'U1l1laJ lx' IX X xx Egg g WQWW QSHQ2 MMQMAM E EE gxdftl I N iengjg-E22 MQ! ' , EE E X?'wfQff' W Q 5 Xgxx Hfilgiffjy 5L,' 5 E 7 K 5 5 5 E E 5 5 '55 4 , 55 5 " ' 5 55 EE 5555 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E E E E 5 5 5 gi E 5 5 E 5 E E 55. 25555 . E555BEERHEEEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEE'5EEEEEiEE'sEEEQEEEEEEBEEEEEEE iaiatnrg nf the illmihman Glass N September 13, 1918, the class of 1922 was entering upon a new H ciapter 111 then lives. Best clothes xx eie worn in honor of this event. 5 Glad and expectant hearts were beating wildly, as thestudents of l 495' l this future class were wending their way to the place where part of l1"":l' time for the next four years was to be spent. On all sides they were welcomed with the time honored greeting of "Hello, Scrubs!" Oh, you upper classmen, why forget the time you were Scrubs? Is it not the best part of your school life? The auditorium of the New Haven High School was lilled with children HE from every part of New Haven awaiting their verdict. How excited they ga were, how loud they talked, and how anxious they were for the tinie to start. When Miss VVhite walked onto the platform, a hush fell upon the pupils. U What was coming next? Mr. Wentworth opened the hour with a speech. After he linished his talk, talthough very few of his words were heard, because of the wandering of excited mindsj Miss lVhite assigned EE rooms to various pupils. Every few minutes several pupils would disappear within a door as if being swallowed up by a monster behind the doors. In a very short time the auditorium became vacant. The teacher in oursroom handed out green slips of paper. These, we soon learned, were schedule slips, and were to be filled out according to the diagram on the board. Our teachers then entertained us by telling us all about high school. A bell rang and we were told to go to our next recita- tion room as assigned on the schedule. Naturally the girls formed into EE groups, and those separated from their friends found themselves feeling lonesome. Oh, what- a time we had finding the room. We had to go from Room 203 to 108. VVe were told to go down to the second floor, and when we EE arrived onthe second floor, our troubles began. Here was Room 103 and EE 108 must be around this way, but when we arrived around the corner we found that the numbers were getting less and less. After much walking and confusion, we reached our destination. So it went on during the day. When a bell rang for dismissal, we found ourselves lost among the multitude of EE pupils. At last the end of our First freshman day came, and we found our- EE selves loaded with books and we were gladnto go home to rest. ' As we advanced in our first year, we soon arrived at the decision that high school meant work. But even though we were "just scrubs" and we had to work hard, we felt proud to go to such a large school. The part of the first year which stands out most clearly in my mind, is winter time. Our Freshman Class was an afternoon session class and how queer it was to come out of school when all was dark! But sooner than we could realize, Spring was upon us, with longer days. It brought with pleasant weather the usual "fever," and we freshmen were all glad of the Easter vacation. After much work and hardships, June arrived and was welcomed warmly 5555 5555 E5 by the Freshman class. MAY MINKOVV 5EEEEEEEEE 55555 'SGD UDMUMQDUQE n-nnsmnav QI , , Sb 15W Q j I Im Eg". v ,ir X Qi' ,mmflx M NN u X 5 xx x fS5"E:5'? , ,n'9"s """ GW 1 M 5 67' dkkme ' -'QRS-by ' MZ EEEIt-'EEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEFAEESEHE E Snphnmnre Qiatnrg EE Q' EPTEMBER, 1919! and we were Sophomoresl Sophomores! No EE ,gg more could they call us "scrubs !" And how we turned up our noses 55 55 I O E fb r'- V -1-1 2: I LT' 25 A ,.. H- A .., G C C: .-v U3 -. 5 1-r ,.. .a fb 23 1-4- FP fb "1 ... .1 O C .. .1 ,V Lf .1 1 rr - .-1 fb ..- T C ..- -J U' ,... rv- 1-1' U3 "1 if-If .J , - . 1 ' 1 at the poor little freshmen, as had been done to us a year before! ici But there was a damper to our enthusiasm at being upper classmen. 1 'Q 1 couldn't EE memory-some people thought us "scrubs" because of it. Ye gods! EE EE they see that we weren't little scared freshies? EE EE VVe solaced ourselves with the thought that next year we would be in a EE EE new school all of our own-and go in the morning, too,-all of us. W'e had EE EE reached the time when we grandly told the freshmen, "Room 115 is on the E EE second fioor, not on the first," instead of asking ourselves. EE EE Those, who could get in, joined the Glee Clubs. The Boys' Glee Club EE EE started a little later than the Girls' because VVeir didn't organize it. Candi- EE EE dates for the Debating team appeared. E HEI There was a good deal of talk about a school paper to foster school spirit. EE EE Finally, the Sentinel was organized, and the first issue printed on December EE 17, 1919. EE Before we knew it, Christmas was upon us. VVe went home for a short, EE A delicious vacation. Helen Hulse returned to exhibit a new set of pencils she gg received from Santa Claus. EE EE The inter-class meet, held in February, was not a screaming success as EE EE far as the Sophomores were concerned. VVe were too busy keeping our New EE EE 'Year's resolutions. However, we made up for it by winning the girls' inter- EE EE class basket ball championship. L EE EE It was about this time that many of us, under the supervision of our EE EE English teachers, piloted the good ship Hispaniola to Treasure Island and EE QE disposed of most of the pirates. A EE EE The Girls' Glee Club was thriving, although Marion VVeber says that EE ggi she found George Viashington and Abraham Lincoln with tears runni11g down HE EE their cheeks because they had to stay in the auditorium' while Adrea Thomas EE and Dorothy Todd were rehearsing. EE Shortly after our Easter vacation, we had an interesting assembly, given EE EE bythe New Haven Nurses Association, consisting of a moving picture of QE Florence Nightingale's life, and practical demonstrations by the nurses, of EE different phases of their work. EE On May 13, the Orchestra gave a concert under the leadership of Mr. Brown. It was the first one to be given by a New Haven High School orches- QE tra, although they had played at many of the school affairs. It probably was QE EE so successful because Alma Haeckel and Elsie Brennan were in it. ga QE VVe were looking forward to being juniors in a few months, and began . 5 EE to think of lengthening our skirts and putting up our hair. ,However, we QE didn't let down our skirts because Dame Fashion decreed that they should QE stay "riz." Some of us found that we could use freshmen skirts which -we QE QE had laid away as outgrown. EE EE ROSE KELLER. 5 ig EEEEEEEEEEE QMJNUCUDUE SUCH? 4 . . F A 'IR Clwr QSYXQS. HU UE SEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEE5Ef5EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE'1'E'Q EE E Ubin' Ellunmr Hear EEE EE UCH! My sunburn!" "Honest, you've changed over the summer." QE EE 'ww "O-oh-did you see Ruth Halper with her hair bobbecl? She looks QE EE cute." These were little bits of conversation heard throughout the QE QE corridors on that blessed first day of our junior year. y EE EE L' '9 y VVe noticed ever so many changes on that First day, for we, as EE EE a rule are very observant. VVe noticed chiefly that the girl who had QE EE formerly worn a long braid down her back had her hair done up in what they QE EE called "Elsie Ferguson" style, adding at least two years to her appearance QE EE and causing her to act in accordance. But with each surprise of this 'sort QE EE was seen that the girl who formerly possessed a profusion of adorable EE EE hair, sympathized with the barbers and had had her hair bobbed. This EE 5 change certainly took at least two years from the little girl, who knowing EE QE it to be true, skipped about and tittered, keeping in mind that, "One is as old 5 EE as one feels." She probably was deprived of a sense of feeling. QE EE Hardly had we settled down to "brass tacks," when the greatest change EE we had experienced in High School came upon us. The doors of our new EE Commercial High School were thrown wide open to enter only industrious EE commercial students. Led by George Harold, we rushed first to inspect the EE HE lunch room for that was where our recesses were to be spent, and recesses EE gi were the part of each day spent in eating. VVe darted from corridor to cor- EE ridor, delighted with the artistic structure. EE E5 Our Basketball team, led by "Mickey" Botwinick, and including some of our QE EE junior boys, gained victory over all the teams of New Haven, of Connecticut, QE EE and then, of New England. EE EE As a result of January first, many New Year's resolutions were made. EE EE Ruth Kouick resolved to stop making faces because as a result of that habit, EE EE she was asked if she worked in the clock shop. Constance Taylor resolved EE EE not to go to school through Elm Street any more. "Andy" Tullock resolved 5 EE to resign from his part as heart-breaker, while Moscowitz resolved to resign 5 gg from his villainous role. Ethel Libby resolved to wear her hair differently. E EE Ethel Barry resolved to display her charms for the benefit of somebody else EE QE besides "Andy" Tullock. EE QE Genuine class spirit was shown in our Junior Dramatic Club, through E EE which more and more hidden talents were discovered. Our Christmas play BE QE showed the other classes that ours was the strongest spirit in the school. EE QE This proved still further by our production of "Nathan Hale," the success BE EE of which was due to the splendid help given by Miss Alice Wyman. EE EE We returned from a glorious Christmas vacation only to be met by those EE EE mid-year exams. John Shaw tried to evade them, saying that he stepped EE QE in a puddle a year ago, and that the cold had just reached his head and he was EE EE in no condition to take exams. But Mr. Spencer thought that the exams EE EE would do him good. Hardly had we learned the results of these, when we EE EE were reminded of the coming finals. john Shaw got cold feet this time. EE EE By the middle of June we left our dear Commercial High School for a EE period of two and a half months, dreaming of the coming year when we, as EE seniors, would be looked up to by three other classes. EE 55 RUTH ABRAMS EE EEE E EE EE HE E EE EE E E EE EE E EE E E EE EE EE E E E SE si SEER' SIENUQJHR U-UU SUCUDIRY 3 57 ' i' X .3 39' ' 7 ' x - N ' nw ' if ""i'4- I .'Qj x5X, W f wfa . -R ClYlfi21g.- EEEEEEEEEEEE 5 5 E Svrnrnr Gilman Lfmtnrg egg Gia? ACK to the Halls of Learning -once again! After three years of won- E HQ dering and waiting, three long years of grinding and hoping, three hun- EE EE The dignity and the awe this word inspires! That first day will never he EE EE forgotten. Greetings, greetings. everywhere. See. who is this gentleman EE EE ii in ii of portly bearing who beams so beniguly upon all? XYhy, George Harold, EE EE -of course. But he was so smart that he left school shortly after mid-year to BE EE join a higher institute of learning CH. To continue. l-lark! A voice akin to EE EE Martinelli is heard not far away. Abruptly it stops. A terrinc thump is heard, EE EE then entering upon the scene, we find lid Graff greeting his friends with a friendly 5 tap. Next! i E Wie see a crowd of girls talking excitedly, and we find the object of their 5 EE conversation-'Iolm Shaw! During the summer he had invented a new dance step EE I3-E which would have made Vernon Castle sit up and take notice! A tour of the Gym EE BE reveals Charlie Meyer, Jimmie Davin, and Ed Dwyer. in an animated conversation ga EE with Mr. Morgan regarding 1921-22 athletic season. Flora Gubersky hovers gg expectantly in the foreground,-she's to be basketball captain, you know. On e1n.erging from the Gym, we bumped straight into Andy Tullock and EE 5-E Vincent Beschel doing a fairy waltz of their own origination. After conversing EE QE with them awhile, we learned that Stillman Rice, one of the knights of the lunch- g QE room, was in room 304 counting his money, preparatory to the mid-morning rush. BE Wfe went to the room designated. and found "Sticky" playing put and take with EE BE Edith Thorpe and Madeleine Unger. QE E5 XVe proceeded to room 307, where we found Stewart XVeir frantically dashing EE 5 of a bit 'o news for the first issue of the Nt'-mr. He finally finished, and began to EE tease Frances Wlheeler and 'lSl'lCll'1'I2I, Xvhite, which he adopted as his favorite oe- EE cupation for the rest of the Year. EE EE VVe glanced out of the room and saw Bill Fogarty walking disconsolately HE EE along and upon inquiring as to the cause of the "bluish" color of his physiognomy, EE EE we found that he had been out- late every night the week preceding and now that EE E school had begun he wouldn't he able to continue his midnight rounds. EE EE Presently the bell rang, and we had to disperse. but if, during the mid-morning, EE EE we chanced to go hy the oiiice. we might have seen ,lustine Morrison at the tardy EE EE desk. mildly taking off her wraps and meanwhile relating' how she had been talking EE EE with the conductor on the car and had gone way out to Wlestville before she knew EE QE where she was. On the way hack she had met an acquaintance, and she had BE EE stopped to talk-and, oh, you know how it is. fixxllfl if it wasn't for lid Dwyer, EE EE l don't think she'd bc here at all.U . EE QE As the days rolled by, we began to buzz about class officers. and so forth. EE VVe knew that lid Dwyer would get the presidency. and he did. XVe were al1uost QE positive that jimmy Davin would get the "'l'reasury', ''anonymously''-and he did. EE EE Charlie Meyer wanted the Class Pin Committee-"and he did." QE QE Success and happiness to you all and may you climb to the top of the ladder EE EE Fight soon! 'Evlcrvx NICCALMON. EE 5 i E EEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEE 5555E5EE55 . liirturvn in the Clllnuha 5 E5 QE An Original Poem inspired one day Qh'lH1'Cll Zl, 19222 EE EE ' m Commercial Law Q EE ggi I look up at the clouds all day EE EE In the warm, bright summer weatherg EE I sit and dream the day away EE Amid the tinted heather. E 5 5 EE I look up at the clouds all day, QE EE And dream of fairy land. QE EE I see the dancing nymphs that play EE In crystal waters,-on silver sands. I look up at the clouds and see EE A vast relentless ocean. EE Into the depths of eternity EE VV ith a never-ending motion. n I like to watch the clouds go by EE QE They tell so many stories, BE BE And as the birds a-homeward Hy, SE I think of God's great glories. .IEE EE I'm glad I watch the clouds all day, EE BE I solye so many mysteriesg EE EE My fancy leads me far astray, EE EE - To the kingdom of Nature I hold the keys. EE 5 5 gi When I looked at the clouds today, EE 5 I saw a Sphinx, what did it say? QE EE It whispered something, I could not hear,- EE BE Oh, how I wish I had been near. EE EE And so I 'spose all through my life lg I'm going to watch the clouds. QE EE But still I'll always think of them 5-EJ: As rest from care and strife. EE The clouds can always dance with glee, EE EE Or frown upon poor lonesome me, EE EE They portray nature at its best. EE EE W'ith countless virtues they are blest. EE 5 E EE But I can only watch and wait, EE EE And wonder when this fellow, Fate, EE E Is going to let me find out why QE EE The clouds make pictures-in the sky. E 5 E. MCCALMON. h ssssssasswas 55 5 -1 W W N N li V W EEEEEEEEEEEE 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 E 5 E 5 5 E E E E E 5 E 5 E 5 E E EEEEEEEEEEEE C5112 1Hrraihrnt'n illllrznagr IJ12.xu CLAssMfxr1as : QE lVe are just terminating the lirst period of our life-youth. It has been EE spent in preparing for our future life. Sleep. study, play, and work have all g 5? entered into this preparation. Wie now start upon another period of our life.- QE HE manhood and womanhood. Has all the training of our youth been in vain? For EE isn't it true that we cannot judge the success of our future life by the successes of EE ' the past? For years, ever since we were little children. we have dreamedg built HE air-castles: seen them fallg and built them again. Now we are going out to see those air-castles materialize and to help others to make theirs come true. QE They don't come. over night nor do they come in two or three days. XY e have to QE EE build them stone by stone, hour by hour, and day by day. Vie cannot build them gg EQ with cheap and gaudy remnants of past hopes, but we must put into that labor the EEE EE best we have, the best we own. because, "Whatsocver a man soweth, that also shall QE EE he reap." NVe are not going to obtain the best results if we do not use the gg SE best materials. ?E If we think of the teachings of Commercial High,-ii we remember - gg EE her motto.-"Promptness. Neatness, and Accuracy."-if we have the spirit and QE EE strength to overcome all obstacles, then. we will be worthy of the school that has ' gg graduated us, the teachers, who have labored with us, and our parents and relatives. E Let us go, therefore. and realize the ambitions of our youth, that we may be "Americans, in heart and soul, in spirit and purpose." and give to the world some- EE --+ ..- .4 .-. .- .. UQ f 'Gi ff Av ,J -+ .-. ..- .4 "1 0 -4 r- -- '1 ... .1 -m 9 - A 4 17 9 f-r -. v-1- ..- .4 3 UT 7'-2 .-. C C - .-a f- .- :ll 55555555555 EEEEEEEEEEE . linuxxnn Du' vnu. E5555555555555 i suimucmui., UTQLEGUSTHEUE I "'P.CIVl7'E'Ll-0' EEEEEEEEEEE 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 E 5 E E E E 5 5 E E E E E E EE E EEEEEEEEEEE Svnnm-time in the illllnnnlight E A spectre glcanislthru shadowed halls, 5? 5 And waves an arm in silent greeting. HE EE The :noon breaks thru grey vapor walls, 32 g Discov'ring branches, snow-topped, meeting. Egg EE An echo laughs in empty scorn, EE And whistles- cheer'ly, lightly sweeping EE EE Pillow forth from seeming morn, g g Disclosing winds in reckless keeping. EE EE E 55 5 5 EE A voice awakes in 1nufHed tone, EE , And whispers gleef'lly, softly singing. EFI-1' E A star looks down on man alone, 9 o 0 E 5 o l"'P E' G .. :s FD 2 :s as f'7' : "1 0 E .. . :s UQ :z : QQ 55 EE EE U E There slipping thru a tickle tree, ' QE QE A splash of sunshine, silver seeming, EE The whistle, but jack's call to me, EE The voice, an old friend's mellowed greeting. EE EE LILLlAN RICHTISR. EE 5 E EEEEEEEE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE 55 EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE SE SE BE EE 55 EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE EE E QEEEEEEEE 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E55 E IQUTH .ABRAMS , 2 Dwight Street E "I bcliv ' fzatiing od t" . ztlzcn I start about it."' E EE "Rh d ' prep t ebster School and will study Com- QE EE merclal , dvertis' g e belonged to the Freshman Chorus, E QE Freshman Deba g nb, Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, EE QE and the Spanish ub. EE 55555 55555 FREDA EXLD R A ' 62 Vifhite Street EE "I roam! I dwelt in marble halls." EE EE y" c 1 from Truman School and will go to the N. H. EE E N. ,ie was a member of the A. A.. and the Senior BE Dramatic l b. QE 5 5 EDITH ANDERsoN S - 222 Ferry Street gl-Ed "Oh, .vwcvtly dream-ing." gi EE "Blondy" graduated from Strong School and will be a EE 5555 5555 stenographer. She belonged to the VV. R. C. EE LIELEN ANDERSON 150 Beacon Avenue EE E "lt is more tha-11 noble to bv true." QE g Helen entered from the Union Grammar School, East gg EE Haven, and will be a stenographer. 5 i aa 5 5 .RUTH ATKINS. e ' 526 Dixwell Avenue BE 'i'VV1ftlt tz- lzcarf as big as all outdoors a-1 A diinplcs 'in her cheeks." E EE "Rutz" came from Ivy St et ol id will go to E Normal School. She was a igjnber o the Fr sl an Debating QE EE Club, Freshman, Sophomor 4 and jnnlloif us s, Junior and EE EE Senior Dramatic Clubs, rls' Glee Club, 1 ws Board, Class 5 EE Day Committee, and the Class Book Board. QE 5551 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE EE BE BE EE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE EE SE 5 5555 5555 E E 5 5 5 E E 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 E E E 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 E E 5 E E E E EERE? EE ITELENE BALL 252 York Street 5 E2 "There is rm policy lilac ,'1o1itr'm:ss." -E EE "Heb" entered fr-om the Union Grammar School, East QE llljl-E Haven, and will go to Bay Path Institute. She belonged to E5 the Motto Club. A. A., Girls' Glee Club, Upper Chorus, and the g Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EEE EEE BE livE1.yN BANNINQ: , 202 Fitch Street EE QE "il1uu'r'sIy is the grace of tlzv soulfe' EE EE "Chick" entered from the Mary Frances Benton School and EE will enter business. , E55 EEE E1.1z.x1s1a' ll TSAN JN 202 Hallock Avenue g IEE Q, 'Tis well lo In' quiet and -zu'i.rU."" EH EE myBeLt " ntcred from St. Peter's School and will become a EE EE n se. " ie was a member of the Freshman Basketball Team, EE E Swimn 'lu , and the A. QE 555 555 QE ETHYI.. BARRY 1 hludg XQ111113 E EE N "Sing azrvfly sol " and sing tr 1 . EE EE Q "Ethyl land" ,L re from B ri r and w go to a EE . Secretar Tcl , . iS 'ts ini m r of th ,freshman QE Qhorus, 1 ming' Qlu - ., ' anish flub. News Board. BE E Upper .1 us. Senior Dr. ni. c C , and was Secretary of the EE EE junior Dramatic Club. 55 E E EE lSI,lZAlili'l'l1 B.xR'r11o1.om1zw 397 Dixwell Avenue EE . "Sf1ori for .rjvorfs sake." BE "Elizina" prepared at the Union Grammar School, Wiest EE Haven, and intends to go to the N. H. N. S. G. She belonged EE QE to the A. A., Swimming Club, Junior and Senior Ch-oruses. 5 Girls' Tennis Team, and the Iunior and Senior Basketball EE 5555 5555 r1'EilIT1S. Qjru ' F 1. - E .li--lm EE 5 5 E E 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 E 5 E E E 5 5 E E E E 5 E E E EE QE CII.xRl.12s l3,xT'r W 40 Sylvan Avenue EE EE i "Tu tlfflllt' is to Iir'c."' E Prepared at lVebster School and expects to go to New York E University. He was a member of the A. A.. Senior Chorus, EE EE Senior Dramatic Club, Boys' Glee Club, Orchestra, Roosevelt QE Debating Club, and the Senior Boys, Basketball Team. g E S . , E QE Rose Riacklau 46 Redheld Street EE EE "Cowie skip the lllt'lISlH't', join thc' drzncvf' QE QE "Buddy" graduated from Prince Street School and will be EE ggi a stenographer. She belonged to the Senior Dramatic Club EE EE and the A. A. EE Ewa EEE Tizssm Bizcklaa 46 Redtield Street EE ""Tis a pIz'a.r1n'v to sm' 0110's llfllllt' in print." QE EE Q' r c from Prince Street School 'md will o to a IEE "Tes:' ente el . ' g business position. She belonged to the Spanish Club, junior Dramatic Club. Senior Dramatic Club, Literary Club, and the Swimming Club. EEEEEE EEEEEE EE lN'I.xx' HEIRNE 96 Plymouth Street HE EE 'i'Hr'r lzrart is no less SIHZH-,V than lzvr hair." EE EE p "BMT" came from the Sacred Heart School and is going to EE EE Normal School. She was a member of the Upper Chorus, EE EE Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, and the "Nathan Hale" cast. 55 5555 5555 l - r SAMUEL BENDER 842 Grand Avenue EE Hllflldlf shall a man do but Ive lIIt'l'l'.l'.'H EE QE Prepared at Orange Street School and will go to New York 5 EE University. He pla fed on the Varsit ' ,Football and Basketball 5 QE Teams. . 7 QE 5 ,Haart l S S S l 55 E ' E E 5 igggg EEEEEEEE V ,hc 55555555 555555 . X' Y 'jf x I ..Y ALICE M. BERGERON 619 Dixwell Avenue "Oli, all tlir world lmflz no! a sivz'vivr L'l't'l1fIll'f'.i" 7 5 "Adis" prepared at Ivy Street School and will enter business EE EE She was Vice-President of the junior Dramatic Club, Manager EE EE of the Senior Girls' Basketball Team. Secretary and Treasurer QE gg of the News, and a member of the junior and Senior Dramatic EE Clubs, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman, Sophomore, junior and EE EE Senior Choruses, XV. j. R. C.. and the Prom Connnittee, Chair- HE , man of the Color Committee, and the "Nathan Hale" cast. EE' . l ' 5555 H555 EE Sorurx Biznimm .25 Ridge Street EE EE ' 'H-In aflzlvfe and cz . ziicrf' . 3 EE -E "Bob" entered from Orange Stree. School ainll is going to the N. H. N. S. G. She was a member of tl 3 D ore, junior, Hi and Senior Basketball ams, 1 . A., 4 mmin Club, EE .E-THE and the XV. j. R. I ' 0' ea 55- ' f E EE VINCENT Bisscl-1EL 327 Edgewood Avenue HE EE "A carc'lc'.v.v song iuitlz a liftlv 110II.Vl'7ISt' in if." E EE i'Dutch" came from St. j-ohn's School and will go to Holy EE EE 'Cross He played on the Football Team. and was a member of HE the junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. A. Boys' Glee Club, EE QE Upper Chorus, News Boarty . nd Ill 9:'NIllll3ll Hale". QE EE i ' EE EE EE EE ESTIIER BIs'r'r1ooi.E 209 Congress nue EE QE "The mildvst mauinvrsl, the grc' est 'f " 1 EE EE Esther graduated fr in P e -. iool d intends to EE EE be a stenographer. M BE BE f l EE 555555 555555 EEE? EE EE EE EE EE EE BE EE EE EE EE E E BE EE EE EE EE HE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE E E555 EE Doizornr E. BLATCHLEY 20 Parmelee Avenue EE "The frail clouds bvrkon mc, the fio'zc'vr.v tempt 'llll'.'H BE EE "Dot" came from Barnard School and will go to Bates Col- EE QE lege. p QE EE f 6 M EE EE , , it ejbib-f ' 1 5 EE ' . EE 5555535555555eseaeaeaeasseseaeaeaeaeaaassaeaeaaaeaeaagag 55555 5 .5 E 5 5 E E 5 E E E 5 E E 5 E 5 E E BE 5 55 5 E 5 E' EE EE , 55 5 E HE E EEBEEEEEEEE QE FLORENCE BI.ooM 110 Sheflield Avenue EE EE "This quiet sail is as a l1lllXl'lf'SS wi lg." EE! Florence graduated from Ivy Str echool and will enter EE 55 ,-, ,T fo P4 E rn ln ru T Q 52. O FV! ? 111 5 X 2. Q FLORF 1 Bo' ' K, S6 Kensington Street E E ' Ira' fiend lmflz no man." gi EE "Floss epared at S anton Street School and intends to E go to the Normal School. he belonged to the Senior Dramatic EE Club, Ncunr Board, and the Editorial Board of the Class Book. QE EEEEEEE 5 5555 Q UQ UQ - FD me FD 5 F? FD "1 FD O.. '-H "1 is 4' 4 Ol. 771 FY' FD "1 U7 G . 3' O O Z" U2 T FD 7 2. O 5 UQ FD fl- 'EI ST1sL1.,x BOTWINICK 281 Norton Street "A little work, at lifflz' pla-vf' the Focus League and the Phi Sigma Phi Sororitv. E . 5 5 ' 5 EE l A S EE 5 E EE OLIVE BRANCH A 640 Washington Avenue EE 5 01.01 1, and t rld laughs with you." E "Peace':'gr .V t d fro I' rumah Street School and expects EE A to enter Smitl Colle .he belonged to the Senior Dramatic EE Club, . . id tl - xi . .C. A 55 E , X 5 E E E V 5 55 55 IRNA M. BROCK 1204 Vtlhitney Avenue EE E "Al t'071llll'IlfFl' is imc io bc c'm'ic'd."' QE QE Irma prepared at the Xxfllltl 'ville Scl and will take up . 5 EE Secretarial Wfork. She wa' C f me A. A., and the ' EE Junior Drzunat ff v A-fp'r"! ' 55555 E E 5 E E E E E E E E EE E ,E EE EE BE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE E 55555 ee EE EE BE SE EE 55 EE 55 EE EE EE EE 5 BE EE EE 55 EE EE E5 EE 551 EE SE BE EE EE EE BE BE BE EE EE EERE YE EE .eXnR.x11,xA1 Bitooxlzlt 7 35 XVarcl Street QE EEE "1Q'l'.w iffy. the 41 fo Sl!t'L't'.YS.', E I . , QE "Chic " pre 'trecl ster School and will go to Cohnn- QE hint ole vak ' ieml ' of the junior Basketball Team and the QE EE Wfgll l . unc Basketball Teznns. lle belonged to the EE A-x. ,x on-S' time C iii, and Phi Delta Pm. EE 555555 555555 lilER'l'II.X liltonslix' 59 Redfield Street g EE "The wisdom: of mcnz-v,' ilu- wif of mtv." QE EE "Bert" came from Trninzm Street School and will be QE EE private secretary. She belonged to the Senior Drznnatie Ch . SE EE and the XV. J. R. g SESS SEER Eg Sixnnz Bkonsm 6 XVest Street I EE "Dimples,' entered from Hztrimrcl School und will go to 55 ... dv .. ... '4 +1 . .D I-9' ... .. 5-4 .. - Z ., ... .. F4 ,. .. C 3555155 555555 EE - - S S PH vi E EEE Vizitoxlq-A HUCIQLIEY l lX2'2jii,Qorc Street QE "H11.ry, 1' .r rioil, et 'likli QE EE HY" prepared at Stiiong Sellikl ncls to go to lioston EE E ' University. She belonged to the lliliicieney Club and the .-X. A. 5 555555 555555 X - , EE BURKE P S Downes Street QE EE '2-I friend is worflz all hazards we von run." HEI' EE "V:unp'l graduated from Truman Street School and expects 55 EE to he a private secretary. l She belonged to the junior and EE EE Senior ljl'Zll112lllC Clubs, Swimming' Club, XV. I. R, Cu and the QE Senior Chorus. 555555 555535 555 SESS EE BE EE EE 551' EE EE EE EE EE EE E EE EE EE .EE EE EE BE EE .EE HE E EE EE SE. EE EE SE BE' EE' 55555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55555 EE MAY BURKE 208 XVillow Street QE QE "FOV l"Z'l'l'hV .vigil tl Ill-l'fIl1flIfj.n .".l5urky" came from XVorthing'ton Hooker and will he a E private secretary. 5555 5555 E !E 282 Exchange Street QE ' 'i1'Iory routes through en-d1r1'c11n'r'."' . EE "Peggy" graduated from Strong School and will enter the EE ... if S3 w :I fn m I 2 ,-. S -1 .. A 55555 55555 gg lDORO'l'11Y BUSH 60 JXIWZIICI' Street QE QE E 'El true friend ix cr friend forv'z'er." 553 QE "l"uggy" entered from Strong School and will enter a EE E husiness college. E 5 MXN - 5 x 5 EE Rosn Bvlzn 310 Orchard Street QE EE i51l1f fIl'lU'f Iii'e.v Iofzgf' EE EE Rose prep red at Dwight School and expects to go to the BE QE Bay Path lnstitute. She helonged to the A. A., Focus League, QE 555535 5525 Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EE Ii1cA'1'Rlc12 C',xLLEc:.xR1 245 Congress Avenue 5 g "Good lltlfllfc' is the way to all our l1ea1'fs."' ' EE QE "Ready" entered from Prince Street School and will go to QE QE the Normal School. She was a member of the Senior Dramatic EE QE C lub. - - EE HE f l get 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE EE EE 5 EE EE EE SE SE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE . EE EE EE 5 555 HE EE QE, E E 5 55 5 E 55 5 5 E 55 5 5 5, 5 gr E E. Ea Es E 55 5 E 5, Es E E E,, E 55 55 E5 CHRISTINE CAPQBIANCO 227 St. 101111 Street QE EE "'Litt1'v brooks make great r-izfefrs."' EE E2 "Chickers" graduated from Greene Street School and will be EE a stenographer. QE 55 55 Buxriclciz CfxRR1NWr Bethimy, CONN- E ' 1, "Tl: mirth and un grow fast and flU'I'0llS.U 5 EE "fi e prepared 1 any Center School and will go EE QE 'to rohel's Kinderg en School. She belonged to the Fresh- EE E man, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Choruses and the A. A. EE EEE EEE QE lX'lAE CEFARELLI 672 Congress Avenue EE u "Pursuit of k-rlowlvdgc is the fvursuit of 1IC1f7f7i'1ll"S.S'.U g EE "Cef" came from Wfebster School and intends to be a private 4 EE EE secretary. EE EE MAX CHADYS' 98 Elliott Street 5555 5555 "A quiet tongue shows a wise' head." "Mac" graduated from Scranton Street School and will enter Syracuse University. He was Captain of the Sophomore Basketball Team, and a member of the Football, Basketball, and Baseball Teams during his Junior and Senior years. 5 5 5 C 5 EE ESTHER CFARON 148 Putnam Street BE S 'Hr-r 0 11 is 11001, 11 and perfect case." , EE EE "A 4 1 .icncr clcdr her rlzivf delight." EE EE Esth gradu . d from Truman Street School and expects rg-E EE to be priva ecflztary. She belonged to the' Junior and Senio r. mat llgizf Swimming Club, A. A., Spanish Club, and e J r l ori '. 5 E 5 C E EE kt EE HEEEEEEEEEE ' Lf 5555 gee 5 5 as E. 5 5 E 5 ss: E E E at 5 E E' E 5 as E 5' 5 HE E as 5555 EE R.,xi.1'H C1v1'r12r.Lo 145 County QE ag A'A1't, 0,1-, Art, 'ZUllf'l'C' art H1011 !" "Civy" graduated from Ivy Street School and of the First Year Class of the Yale School of Fin 5 5 5 was Art Editor of the Nates and the Cla ook am '1 -EE EE of the Yawn Club. A Egg EDITH COHEN 225 Orchard Street EE "The spirit of life." EE QE "The Human Megaphone" entered from Scranton School EE QE and hopes to be a court stenographer. She was a member of EE QE the A. A., Ifreshman, Sophomore, junior and Upper Choruses, QE and the junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. E55 555 as l BE QE Louis COHN ' 35 Nash Street EE "Il"it and wisdom ro111biuvd." g EE "Louie" prepared at Orange Street School and will enter EE QE Columbia. He was a member of the Boys' Glee Club, Radio EE EE Club, A. A., and the junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. 5 55 fig QE IOSEPHINE COLEMAN 12 Clifton Street EE g 'i'F-ull many ri flower is born to bluslz '1l'H.Y!?t'Il.J" EE EE "Jo" prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will enter Pratt's Institute. She was a member of the Freshman and EEEEEE EEEEEE Senior Choruses, and the junior Dramatic Club. CECELIA CoLL1Ns ' eonard Street ' EE "One who st13.iz'c.r,sl1as r d ral 1 lzofcf' EE "Ceal" prepared at , ran St et School and is going to '- EE Normal School. She wia memb t the Freshman, Sopho- EE .EE more, Junior and Se1'lr l use and the Senior Dramatic EE EE Club. . QE E J E asses E as as as as as i as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as E as assets i EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Ll , QE E S 5 E 5 EE lXlAY CONWAY 12 XVinchester Avenue F "Sober and .mm'."' EE' EE May C9-INCBWAL Q re." S tool and intencls to be a private EE secretary. Wave ?:f g 5 5 Biotin M. Co'r'roN 55 Colle Street BE EE "H'l1e11 a TUUIIIGH will sin' wilQ,.ftfmfi11t1y dcpvnd 011 it. QE EE 131115 wlzcn .rim ?i'0H'f size Herb bffllld il1uI'.v flu' md of iff' EE E "Edna Mae" preparedgatftlbwigltt School and will be a Cont- EE EE mercial teacher. Shlgwas a member of the unior and Senior EE EE Dl'Hll1HllCVCllll7S, Ei mming Club, A. A., Spanish Club, VV. EE R. C., Upper Cho is and the "Nathan Halew cast. EEE E55 5 l I N N " f .-.,- f . EE QE LORETTA COUGHLIN "v,f fl- fo., XD 1' rumbull Street BE I HE "Jessie" entereclfroin Sacred Heart School and is going to EE EE Columbia. She was ay. 111e1tiber,,,of the 'Freshman and Sopho- EE SE more Choruses, .Ai A4 Swim 'ming Club ancl the Junior Dramatic EE HE Club. ff, I, EE I. , ,n tk ,W-CAT' 55 EE IXTAE CRUWLEY 540 Ferry Street EE EE "Of modesty and grace." QE "Mission came from St. Francis School and will enter the Bay Path Institute. She belonged to the Freshman Basketball gil EE and Tennis Teains. A. A., Freshman, Sophomore, and junior EE EE Choruses, and the Business Board of the Class Book. QE I! , I- L 5 I P 7 ALICE D.x1I.12Y 24 Leonard Street EE "Con50lm' to thoxv -in di.s'f1'c.r.v."" QE QE "Al" gracluatecl from Orange Street School and will be a QE HE Kindergarten Teacher. She belonged to the Freshman, Sopho- QE HE . more and' Junior Choruses, A. A., and the Senior Dramatic QE QE Club. QE . Sf ' - S f E I K V M i I H is J EE .55 5 5 E E 5 E E EE E 5 5 5 5 E E 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E E E E SHE EE JAMES DAVIN 22 Middletown Avenue EE 5 "lV110 is the lltlflfly rt'arri0r,' who is lm ilmf z'r'c'ry man- in arms E .rlzozild wish to bv."' 5 "Blondy" came from St. Francis' School and will go to EFI Yale. He was a member of the Varsity Football and Baseball Teams during his junior and Senior Years. He was a member ' ' EE of the New England Championship Basketball Team in his QE E junior year, being picked as guard on the All New England QE EE Team in 1921 and 1922, and being Captain in 1922. He was T4 EE EE Captain of the School Team in 1922 and a member of the Y EE EE Senior Chorus, Glee Club, Executive Committee, Class Day 5 Committee, was President of the A. A., , er of the Athletic EE Committee, and Treasurer of the EE E 55 55 QE Rixxeiaseo 400 Blatehlc f -Xvenue EE gi of mimi, ll ilzing mos! surfed in the eyes of lIL?t1'Z't'll.D QE EE " graduated from lflamilton Schoolantl will enter the QE EE School. She was a member of the Freslunan and 5 Q 5 9 E EEE EEE r MixR1oN l9EGN.XN , 252 Vtlallace Street : EE ".-1 kindly sm 0 fo all slzv Imzffj QE QE "Minnie" ' me fron I a 1' on School nd will go to the E EE Normal Scho l S .eonget 'o the shman a ' 11 r EE EE Clioruses, F h nan Deb 1 L' C t ' . 1 . . ' e j - MF Club, Swimming Club, and tl e ioosevelt e a muh. EFI an - . gg 555 EEE E CARM12L1Nix lDEl.lE'l'U 539 State Street EE EE I kt, lf' ffm wt'U't0 Zn' qmrf and ruzsc. gg E f"Carmbl' preliar'ed at Orange Street School and will be a EE E steiiogiitplieizlx She belonged to the Freslmian Chorus, A. EE EE and' the Sxfimming Club. BE x 555 E55 2 at - H - t sa EE josevulxia l,ll-IPGRN 5 12 Rosette Street EE QE Hilllvtlzinks this ivflsl ciirmoui fl UIII Tx'1ll'lll'l' routes flu' n0isv."" 5 EE "Joe" euteiqeil fronkszlf' nan Street School and will go to EE EE Sll1111011S-pTllCgC. I-Q e belonged to 'the Junior and Senior EE Drai and Clubs, Nrzux Board,.'an.d the Spanish Club. EE ,T V EE i X .flu KL' 5 5 a " 92 E t 55555E555EEEEEEEEEE 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5, 5 5 5 5 5 5555 EE 1'iELEN V. DEVINE V, 59 Lake Place QE 55 ' "'T bist be -ming to be 111crry." EEE BE Helen ent cl 1' ight School and will go to the N. H. EE EE N. S. G. S e W 1 mber of the junior and Senior Dram- EE gi atic Cl bs . A. nnan and Senior Chornses, was Treas- QE ui 0? t Swimmi X lub. and a Cheer Leader. EE 55555 55555 SUSIE DEVINE 59 Lake Place "I brlicwc in llazfing a good fi-111-0, fm' 171 lIt"Z'0I'-IJ iggmg 5 but owe." . kk 0 EE gg Q Susie prepared at Dwight School and is goi 5' ' to e Bay 5 Path Institute. She belonged to the Senior r u ic Club, EE g gfeghnian, Senior and Upper Choruses, th wimming EE u . ' . 55 5 5 W 5 5 N 5 EE SARAH R. DIAMOND , 16 ,Bassett Street EE EE "'Ejirz'enc-v is tl c-wrote of SI!L'lfC.Y.5'.U EE V "Dah" came from p Street School and expects to enter EE EE Columbia. She bel ed to the Efficiency Club, Motto Club, EE EE Freshman Chor s unior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, Swim- EE nnng Club, and t A. A. 5 5 .2 I ga z ,101 .-:. :Tl UQ me 9 ra. rf ef- rf :Ei 2 O i on 17. Z gc.. 4 ag? S Q9 f'F I off Q 2. 3 FS? -S CUE 'S WE. P ' F1- mgl 5 25 ... Q :O : :"" fa -M -M 52 W GN UQ? G J. U7 Q: E. ro- UQ. . ,D H 'M Un ff 51' fu rn :1 rn I FY' SEX Rosn DUERRER , 48 Admiral Street EE EE "A Zig .iuvsI01zg." EE QE -il' enter d ti l n . oniface School and intends to be QE EE a private . e ' 5 ary. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus and EE EE the Juni Dramatic Club. EE 555 555 1 555555555555555555555555555555555555! 55555sssssmssss E E 5 r 5 5 p 5 E , 5 EE AIARION DUNN V- 374 Oak Street QE nIfll0'ZK'l6d V "s fmt! PI u ' d t'0Il-'Z!iCfi071.U EE f 1 EE EE "Marv prepared ,' rai S ,I org, 4 d is going to the EE EE Normal School. 1E EE 5 5 E E PEARL D v. RETZ 37 Spruce Street EQ EE "A crr ' 1 art g c tilt the dayf' EE E earl ca 1 romf W b" School and will enter Bay EE EE p h Institut . ie was a Aember of the Freshman Debating EE I-JI-E Club, A. A., . nd he Iuniorjand Senior Dramatic Clubs. EE EE . 5 Bessie Dwoksm 315 Ferry Street l "VLQ1llg1lff?l' sfrikcs ze skyf' ' EEE G 1 l . l f - St l 0' f e- l and wi ff: o Normal EE Schocillc uSlie x 11 ie o o 1' 'I ' ii Senior Dramatic E EE Clubs, Svvinln qu , ' F1-351111 rus, Orchestra, Seruor QE Ei Chorus, and th " ss Day Comn it ee. EE 5 5 5 E DwoRs1 I 571 Quinnipiac Avenue E EE "1VIus'ic wow.: L"fC7'lll1l rc'a11ds."" EE EE' Entered from Orange Street School and intends to go to the BE HE New York University. She belonged to the Orchestra, Fresh- 5 EE' man and Upper Chorus, Freshman Debating Society, Swim- EE EE ' ming Club, junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, Lite-rary Club, EE EE and the Roosevelt Debating Club. QE E E 5 E QE EDWARD J. DWYER 22 Ridge St1'eet EE "xl man of noble i'IlUI'C1CfCl'.U ?-l QE "Ed" entered from Lovell School and intends to enter Yale. BE He was President of the Class, Vice-President of the Athletic EE EE Association, and a member of the Football Team, Junior and EE Senior Dramatic Clubs, Boys' Glee Club, Roosevelt Debating EE Club, Upper Chorus, and Theta Sigma, A C. , EEEEEEEEEEEE 55 'SK tx IE? 'I 5 v-+20 F7 . If E: ,-J Z ' 5 ,,, -., .A .T P1 :Ep-QS v Q '-' .4 -J y G C uQ'O'T' v- fg rg f--2.-3 v-4 A 4 fb-1,73-n 5: 1 3'-adj Z ' 'LN 5,71 E'-pf-r:' V., . gt E' 26 :HEEL Q' ,- , - 2 Q' Z ,.::f5 gf 5- f-1 ' 41.1 F-3 . : : '1 X, ,mr - ,... ri Z' 0 -K 1--1 53 Z U. n-I V 4 ' ' :-" if 2- N : Eg 5' 50 75 FT' Gm , Q ,. N rc X U, -- 1. -1 1 F5 1,73 v: 5+ :E LZ -' rf: f' XF' It . ,. . .., K-7: 3- F-1 ,.: 3 50? w v A'-P 2 Ei " ,ff Q'-Q 1' : asm . -A ,fjpr Q3 .1 , .. , A , . h, .. - '1Cf:j 5 71' 5 .. 'L'-'FS Q' Q L-S ' ' rp 71 --. - - .. 9 fl-1 A 141 -, ,J 5 -U O.. : . J '- Q cl Q. 2, .1 .1 -1 ,I .. A . - ,- fsg, 1 f 5 E 3-mpg mga: ' 2. Q3 : 1 '72 ,. 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M. 'W '1 '-1 E-E Q 5' fm: 2 Q f SS 'r 5, ,..: : JJ, '. 5- :LWQ ia' 2 y QE 6 I' 2 I 55 "" :Ir 1 O: I : 51 ""1 AQ -1 ,, -W ,., ,.. ,.. ..'T'f: - 2' -' rn A- ' ,.. :- 2, v-Pg , :pg 2? . ..f-f 0 :" 4 Af- p 1:0 01 :IL '1 1 UC U7 m."1 T H-.5 0- - fr H Mc - .1 -O -2 - -- -1 :-- I: :fr G "'?:7- 2 ., Q.,-5 : 1-To 2 , fc P, EEEEEA iggggEEEEEEE55555555 5555 5 E 5 E E E E 5 5 E 5 E E E E 5 5 E E E E 5 E E 5 E E EE EE E E555 QE MARY IJMALON Mk 52 Ashtnun Street EE gg "Nez'v1' fl'0I1blt' 1'011l11t'. iilj I1'o11bIU fl'0llbll'S you." gg Cxrztduatecl from Orange Street School and will be Z1 social EE EE secretary. She was a member of the Senior Chorus and the EE EE Senior Drznnatic Club. EE EEE EEE EE VIRGINIA F.1xs1xNo 70 Spring Street QE EE "She is fl safe 1'0111p1111io11. and 1111 easy fI'll'lI-'lffu EE EE "Ginny" entered from Prince Street School and will be at EE stenographer. She belonged to the A. A., Swinnning Club, :intl EE the Upper Chorus. IEE lggg E355 'I'11oMAs A. FIENTON 229 Norton Street E E "Quiet 'IIIUII ir often a man of kl!lI'It'lt'lffjt'.H BE EE "Real" gracluated from Dwight School and is preparing for EE QE busi l-l Wts a member of the Football Squad. the junior EE and - Cll 3lll2lk Cluu . A.. Spanish Club, and the casts EE of 'li Flillllllll Hale" . ul ' W thing But the Truth". 1 EE ,1 1 55 E E E EE ANt:1zt.1N1x Flzsiux 29 'l'horn Street EE K "'S1'I1'11t as 11111111111 1'11 U'Z't'fIflIfj rc? l L , ' QE "A1l?.'iCH Uillll' lr nn " t eet School and will enter EE Z c '1 : ., as CL 'T :- C c .. 5555 E555 EE l,.oU1s12 l?ES'l'A S79 Dixwell :Xx'enue, llighwootl BE E "In llfffllll fuiflzful, in 7IUll0l' t'Il'UI'.'U 5 EE "Shorty" came from the Church Street School, Hamclen. QE EE and will be it stenographer. She belonged to the Senior 55 QE Drzunatic Club. HE QHHEE !5EE EEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEE 55 5555 E5555555555555 EE Ioan F1NKE1.S'1'l21h 101 Elliott Street EE "The wall of true wit is truth z't.vz'If."i EE EE "l"idcllestieksl' graduated from XVebster School and will be a nurse. She belonged to- the Freshman Basketball Team, EE lfreslunan, Sophomore and junior Choruses, Senior Dramatic EE g Club, Focus League, and the Literary Club. EE 5 5 g SARAH F1us'1'EN1s1a1u: 5 Redfield Street EEE QE "'I lnzizw' m':'vr xvmz-m1yfl11'11g in the zu-arid worth getting EE EE - angry af." EE EE "Sally" entered from Wiebster School and will go to New EE QE York University. She .belonged to the Junior and Senior EE Dramatic Clubs. Swimming Club, A. A., Literary Club, thc Roosevelt Debating Club, and the Sentinel Board. 5555 5555 QE .XNNA FI'1'Zi'lARRlS 024 Ward Street EE ' "Grave is to flu' body what good sense isifo ilu' lllillllhn . QE "Fitzy" prepared at the Sacred Heart School.and will be a EE private secretary. She belonged to the A. A.. Junior and Senior EE EEE Dramatic Clubs, and the Swimming Club. E E 1 Ei EE GEORGE FLETCHER 30 Clinton Avenue EE "'.-lrquaint More tliysvlf tuiflz him., and be ,mt pvarr."' EE EE "Gawge" came from Strong School iaiid will go to a College ,EE QE of Pharmacy. He played on tbe' Senior Basketball team and QE EE was inanagen,0f',tl1'e 1922 Baseball Team. He was a member EE EE of the Upper? Chorus, Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, A. A., EE EE Hi-Y Clubfwas Business Manager of the News and a Cheer EE I-4 fl 'JD fs ,-. E 555 E55 EE i X'liu:1Nm Froon 22 Nicol! Street EE g , ,,-5.110 is somvflzing bt-ttuvezz a I 1 rf u lu-Ipg, IEE 'Cingegi repared . ,- vel ehool and will enter the QE EE p Normal S l was a in mber of the Senior Dramatic QE EE Club, and th -enio horns. EE E555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E E E E E E 5 E E E E E E E E SE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE HERE? -A 555555555555555555555555555555555555! 55555 55555 2 '71 'N 'E 1 b' A -1 R . v-1 f. fl M -.. A ... f. N. . ,- 'E .-.,,' in , 'Q . H11.D.x FLYNN 96 L inor Street "Hilly" prepared at the Sa ' it S ool and intends to enter the N. H. N. .'G. 1 eloi fed t the Freshman and EE Senior Chornses, Se ior .matic .ulJ, Swimming Club, and EE 5555 5555 the A. A. EE VVILLIAM R. FOGARTY 64 Derby Avenue EE 'fAl11.5fc'rv and gram' in dCf'UI'fIllC'l1f. EE EE "Bill" prepared at St. john! School and is preparing for g- UE, lfordham. - v a member of the Executive Commi tee. . lan! the A. A. ' a 1 'ed on tl Freshrrmn B T n ant QE two years. ,f' 01 " 9 ..e ll Cc 1 ing . stain EE EE in his Senior J - . r, and Manager ot the Footba 'ezun. EE FRANCIS FoI.Ex' 206 Clinton Avenue EE fm .. .. 'F' Q Q 'Q T F. 'A A 17' Q N. 3 N. ... W' . :'.. Q bl -.. T 'T N. 2 '55 3 fu .. N. Q w- N "i 1 ra -1 ui xi' b '3 Q- in 51 N.. EE Gra uated tron Avenue School and expects to be a EE E pharmacist. Beloi- Boys, Glee Club. and the Upper EE QE Chorus. 5 QE 55 55 EE RUTH For 53 Garden Street EE E "'It's not what life gives tlzafs good-if'.r what you get out of if." EE gi "Ruthie" came from St. .loseph'5 School, XVillimantic, and EE is going to the Bay Path Institute. She was il member of the EE Senior Dramatic Club. BE 55 55 HE INIARIE FRANCESCONI 163 Lafayette Street EE "Oli, lzazwi a heart with -room for cecrjv j0y."" g EE Prepared at Prince Street School and will be a booklqeeper. EE EE She was a member of the A. Aw and the Senior Chorus. QE 55555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE 55555 'IIN' ,tisv is no lulnclirapf' from Dwight School :md will he 11 typist. liallrx and talks, and !aIl1'.v." I umutx entered from Hamilton School and expects to go to the Noimtl School. She was a memlmei' of the Freshman Qhoius 'ind the Ixadio Club. 15555EEEEEEE5 12D1'1'11 liR1'1'zE1.1 341 Alden Avenue "III-fcwfiuzc nm cr cru.vl1vd flu' :min 'IUIIUIII good furturn' dz'1'z'f'z'0d Hof." "F1'itzie" entered from Lovell School and is 1Jl'C17Zll'lllg for the Sargent School of Pllysical Education. She wzls zt member of the l7re:slnnan Chorus, Swimming Cluh, .-X. and the Senior Dramatic C lub. 17 ljroadwzty HA1co1.D GA1f1-'Nm' 70 Spring Street "Cl0sc'I-v as sozm' dark-.1'l111tie1'vd lmzrxt' l keep my light." "Red" came from Truman Street School. He was a mem- hei' of the Roose lt Debatmg Society and the Business Board of the Clas Bomik and played on the Football Team in 1920 and 19 1 14 5 vlas . airman of the Class Motto Committee. Qlff l ouisr C11 x 1111 178 Hamilton Street 1 lXl1l.DRl5D GlCRSl1UWl'1'Z 324 West Portsea Street "I?Ic'xsvt1 are they fella luziw' ilu' gif! of Illtlklillg 1-l'lt'IlllS, for if is om' of G0d's best giftsf' "Millie" graduated from xVClJStE1' School and will enter husiness. She belonged to the Freslnnan Chorus. 555 EEEEEEEE 55555555EEEEEEEEE ! 5 ' ijheq ?ll SixI.v,x'roxeP: C. GI,xNI21.1.I 923 Grand Avenue E BE "Only 'ZUIIFII fll8 I zxvlf shall he Inv j11'i:cd."' EE QE . "Gee" came f'om lan' ' hool and : F-ing to the QE EE Georgetown Law School. l'le " , er of the Upper QE QE Chorus. the Boys' Cilee Club, a 1 tie Football Team. EE 555 555 EE lil.lZABlE'I'I-I GILLETTE 72 Maple Street' EE EE "How far th-is Iitilc candle tln'n1w.r iix 1H't1llI.V.'U QE 5 QUE" entered from XVebster Schocl and expects to be a EE BE private secretary. She belonged to the Freshman and Sopho- QE more Debating Clubs, Efficiency Club, and the A. XX., and the EE EE Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEE X ll.-mv GIl.MoR12 247 Franklin Street "Dimples' ep. ' at Lovell School and will enter the Normal Scho . mel igecl tothe Freshman and Sophomore K ', he -calm good Xl'I1SI'.'U Choruses, Senior ramatic Club. and the Spanish Club. 5 ' ' E XXNNIETTE Gmcli 49 College Street EE EE " fc. " EE E "Glick f' entered "on 'X' 7 ster School ancl will go into the E EE bust ess torlcl. . i c 'ecl to the A. Spanish Club. and EE the u tor 1 cl S nioi matic Clubs. EE l 55 555 E55 I C .I Z FZ ,- -1 A 7- - :- Z2 C1 Z -. OO ,- 4 tb -1 ... 'fi U2 FF "1 rn rn ff EE f "Ev - tlz :gli wan irish 1 .vlzv "r I gnc sfillf' QE "S J' entere l-Qgom ' nton - r ' School and will be a QE EE mt-si' A hSr. S le OI 'e tot the li 'eshman Chorus, Orches- EE tra, lre. im X11 tini , Seni horus, junior Dramatic EE QE Club, Girls'El Club. H E '55 5 EEEEEEEEHE EFUEQEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE5EEEgEEE5EEEEEEEEEgEEEEEEEEEEEgEEE5EgEgEEE QE XVILLIAM GOLDBERG 20 Eld Street BE "Nothing has any more power owr us than we give it." EE QE "Bill" prepared at the Orange Street School'ancl will go to EE the Georgetown Law School. gi EE l.1i,i,LxN GOLDEN 10 Scranton Street EE EE "fo" 1 ,tlllfj1If'i1t.'.YS ar -ys m Hrfir temzlr. ' EE EE " -. - c a" enter ron crantot Sch and will go to th EE EE Norm School. he belo gecl to 'r ima e t' qClul QE E Tre' imzul Chorus S " 1 . u , K 'or and nor EE QE 6 'ima ' u ms. F EE ea an t e r T1-1oMixs G0I!NEBERG .C'xJ if 228 Putnam Street gg? QE "By 1I01fl'fIL5b the thought of who we 'Fil I1 fo bm'0111f', we can in EE EE fl large -uzvasure become wh t we desire." Ki EE HE 5Tom"'gracluatec mug Truman Street School and expects QE 5 to go to New York University. He was a member of ie JX. A.. HE and the Boys' Glee Club. 'x,M,44-J -X 1- gg . VM 'UH' EE, X . EENI 'IF' V EDWIN C11,x1u.12s Gu S Quinnipia :Xymue EE "lf 711-HSfl' In' the ' d of owe, play 1 . Gifw' nn' vfof i1'."' EE EE 'cl" prep. clft O, ge Str t S ol nd isi epa ing for EE QE bust ss. It w't.' a 'memb r the in .o 1 litt ' nd the EE EE n Co 'ntte . p Club, if ., -Hicienc Club. EE QE i' ast 'I ot the junior at Senior D amat c Clubs, Fr 'hman 5 EE Cl orf' , Sen-1or Chorus, member of th 1920 Football Tea 1 and ll inager ot the 1191! Football Te m, ".'athan Hale" and EE! all 4 rithing But the ' uth" casts. , -.,. - ei ' f E lfln-n,x Gimvns 288 Peck Street EE "S01r'1mz and silent e1f01'yw11e1'c ."" EE gg "Gravy" came from St. Francis' School and intends to be a HE EE private secretary. She was a member of the Literary Club, 5 EE A. A., .Freshman Chorus. Freshman Debating Club, Junior QE QE Dramatic Club, and the Swimming Club. EE EEBEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEBEEESEHQEEEE' 5555EEE55555 E p 5 QQ IDA GREENBERG 80 Oak Street l QE "Let IIS flzvn, be what 'wc arc, and speak whm' we tlzinkf' E QE K'Greenie" entered from Orange Street School and will be a E EE stenographer. She belonged to the Executive Committee, QE QE ,lunior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, and the Team XVork Club. EE 5 5 E LILLIAN G1usENB15RG 78 Stevens Street 5 A "To one 111011,-C -m..v tlzozrghts arise" EE EE "Lil" came from VVebster School and will enter the Dam- - EE EE rosch Conservatory. She belonged to the .lunior and Senior EE EE Dramatic Clubs, Literary Research .Club, Focus League, and EE EE the A. A. V QE 55 55 EE l.II.l.I.XN GRIFFITII 209 Lombard Street EE! E HlVlJL'I'l she talks, 5110 uszmlly says S0Il1l'flIl71gl.H gg "Lil" prepared at the Salem School, N augatuck. She EE E played on the Freshman and Sophomore Girls' Basketball Team EE IU 5 21. 3' VD .. 2 55 fl 1 "? fxs , P'P .. - FU if ., f'D '1 N "1 if: Q : 57' E5 55 5 5 EE IRENE GRIFFIN 110 Canner Street QE E "IV-1'.vz'Iy i1up1'01'v the jwcsvnf. I 1' is fllilltfii E Irene graduated from Orange Street School and will enter gi EE Columbia crsity. She was a m'ember of thc Freshman EE EE Chorus. EE 555 555 Egg Bizssnz GUBERSKY 25 Rose Street EE "Rm n is nfs ' and QIIFFII of all fl1flIgjS.'H EE gi Prep t Prine eet School and will enter business. 5 She wa a nember f the Menorah Society, Spanish Club, Eg A. A., and t e Swimming Club. QE ea Q f S E 55555 EEEEEEE 55555555555555 555 555 EEE F1.oRfx GUBERSKY 143 Oak Street EEE BE "What an afhlvic, qzizrlt' as qzriclc-.vili'r'r." QE QE "FIossie', came from Webster School and intends tonenter EE gg the N. H. N. S. G. She belonged to the Girls' Baseball .l-cam. was Captain of the Girls' Basketball Team, President ot the gg 55 ' Team XVork Club, and a member of the Spanish Club, A. A.. EEE EE Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, Nc"2cf.r Board and the Cast QE EE of "Nathan Hale". QE EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEE Glionmt Gunn 74 XVOOISCY Street lv, "'Risc up, and look from wlwrv thou art "Iuclg'e" graduated from Hamilton Grammar School and will go to Boston University. EE ll'lARx' A. GUNTHER 42 Edwards Street EE E ""Nof t'l'lj0j"7l'l!'Ilf and not .i'01'r0w,,i.v om' drstim-ci Flld or tcvayff EE Entered from Lovell School and is going to the Normal gi EE School. EE 555 555 QE Donornv GURIAN ' 35 Ifosguth Street IEE "Sv long as you are tilzlzocmz-I, 110 our ran lmrm. you." EE "Dot" entered' from Wfebster School and is going to Colum- 'EE QE bia. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus. Egg 555 555 BIARIE E. GUSENBERC 104 Auburn Street EE "Be noble in m'ery flrozrglzf and 'in eatery deal." QE BE Entered from the Lafayette School, Shelton, and will enter i HE E business. She was a member of the Senior Girls' Basketball gg eam. , A A A E55 55 EEE E E E E E 5 55 5 E 5 5 5 E E 5 E 5 5 E E 5 E E E E E 5 5 ring 5 rXl,MA HAECKEI. KI4 Orchard Street BE EE I "If IIIIISIIK' In' flu' food of I0-zui, Nay ml." EE EE "Heck" came from Scranton School and will go to Columbia University. She belonged to the Orchestra. Senior Dramatic BE fi 'J A: E ., ,- - : .. FD I5 ., -. Z.. tx' .Q I .. li ra .. 2: 4 A, as : ., 555 555 55 Q' Y as EE RUTH lfl,xLPl2R W 537 George Street ag " 7 ll ix i'4'I1 r' bm! of 'll.V.'u EE EE "R11f 11a1'L'fl ZllikL'l'ElIll'0ll Street School and will go to QE EE the 'or al Scl ol She belonged to the Freshman Chorus. 5 '15 and ie A. EX. ' 5 E 5 EE ClEURGE ITIAROLD 19 Irving Street "Laugh and tim world Iuziglzx :with .X'0ll.'n EE QE "Slcinney" came from llarnarcl School and will enter busi- EE EE ness. He belonged to the Glce Club. junior and Senior Dram- BE QE atic Clubs, Football Team, and the "Nathan Hale" east. EE 555 555 5 E EE :XR'1'HURAIfPETm.v A. 84 Bishop Street 5 5-E " H . f . ,ff F . fi. EE EE I I is fum and .vbzrli 1'll'f'.111r1r'4g'1'.vri,Q' EE QE F iter 'jiequi lain-il'fon"Sr:lJ ol.NVl:lei'lfeloifegi3IlTCiitl1e Roose- EE QE velt JJ ing Club, was Assistant lfclitor and llclitor-in- 'hiel QE EE of the Nmt.r.' Associate 5 ' ' ' - ' ' J iairinan EE EE of the Class onnnittee. EE E - f 5 EE SARAH HI2I.1.1zR 109 Sheftield Avenue BE EE MSl'l"Z'l'j'O!!l'.YI'If 'Zi'0l11fI1AN'0I! llc 1uc'Il.vt'1'wd, is an rxrrcllclzl adage." EE QE "Soeeie" entered from Ivy Street School and will go to EE Columbia. She belonged to the Motto Club. Efficiency Club, EE A Freshman and Senior Choruses, and the -lunior and Senior 55 HE Dramatic Clubs. QE 555555EEEEEEEEEEEEE 555 555 QE ANNA HINES 138 Putnam Street QE BE Q "I will do my Inari." EE E Prepared at the Sacred Heart School and will go to the EE Normal School. She belonged to the Senior Dramatic Club. QE 5 5 Doitoritx' li, Holflfplai 320 Congress Avenue EEE QE "I?11j0v .y jouflz, will 1l0fSf 55" EE EE "Dot" cpare t Princfe' r t Sch c will go to the EE EE Normal Sc mol. he ibelonv to them 1 Dramatic Club. QE QE Literary Clt 1, Focus Leafft . Upper Cho us, A. A., and the 5 EE. Business Bo: klof the Nr '. and the Class Book. 5 5 E EE ISDNA Hor.MES 121 County Street BE EE "'iSl1v has 11 patent on ll giggle that is all her 0'Il'll.'H EE EE "Peggy" graduated from the Lafayette School, Shelton, and 35 ag will go to Simmons College. She was a member of the Senior QE EE , Dramatic Club and the Senior Chorus. 5555 E555 Klixujoiuia l'lUI.'1' 378 George Street UFlJl"ZL't'vf1Il1f lim' to please must please to Iit'e."' EE "Speck" graduated from Orange Street School and will EE 55 enter the Bay Path Institute. She belonged to the Senior EE F7 .. ., A - 'T .- .. fl, 2: .. ,- .. .. :,-' C ' v , M. , 5555 5555 V , EE josizru Hoitowrrz 30 Clark Street ' EE g - "Thr .rtrcngtlz of flzim' own arm is thy .ralr.'r1fi0n." g QE "joe" came from Orange Street School and-will go to Co- EE EE lumbia. He was a member of the Boys' Glee Club, Senior EE Chorus. and the Senior Dramatic Club. E555 EEE E E E E E E 5 E E E 5 E 5 E 5 5 E E 5 5 E 5 E 5 5 .EE 5 E E E E 5 E E 55 EEE? E E 5555. 5 E E E 55 5 E E, E. 5. 5. E 5 5' 5 E. 5 E E 5555? EE ROLAND E. HOTCHIQISS Fowon, ax en QE EE "Tha plowman h0'lllfTUfIl'Il plods lfs C55 P' 'f13'."' QE "I-Iotclil' me frowmtzliel' "' x fr School and will QE go to Forclh 1 q,H6fwas a 1 emb of he Junior and Senior EE EE Dramatic JS, Up r tsf id the "Nathan Hale" and QE EE "Nothing But NEST t casts. 1 BE 555 555 EE HELEN A. HULSE 172 Bassett Street EE EE "The jrtvvl that will not dcmy is l?ll0?Q'lt'ClQt'.'U EE Entered fro 1 Ivy Street School. She was a member of the .EE Ijterary Cl EE EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEE' 5 DOROTIIX' E. HUN'l' 237 Newhall Street "Il'l1v-n .rho could not speak flu' good. slw had no 'word fo .911-v."' "Dot" prepared at Lovell School and will enter the Normal School. She belonged to the Senior Chorus and the Senior Dramatic Cluh. EE IQEVIERA HYATT E 21 Broad Street EE ai ,, "On will: flu' dance, lvl joy be zzvfzvozzjizx-cd." EE EE N H 7t"Ven11s" graduated from Barnard School and will enter QE ' A Columbia. She belonffecl to the Freshman, So Jhomore, and EE . ff . . 1 EE A Junior Basketball Teams, Swimming Club, A. A., Freshman QE Debatinv Club, Freshman Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, XV. I. R. C., b . L4 r-' S u-J .... O '-1 SD .. v-J fl. U7 FD ... ... .... O -1 Z' 5 D E. Q Z .. .1 m D ... 74 ... FP' ..- 5 ? '51 2 5 PJ O 2-1 '-1 L E555 5555 EEEEEEEEEE E E Q 4 H. 2 5 24 a E aa 5 err 5 ES: 5 333 E EQ? 55 E 5542? ,TZ 5 555 5 gg: L Qsfllx' E so sm 5 ?a':2 EE Pi 55 2 5 25 3 QE Ent 5 5 E E E E 5, EEEEEEEEEE the Swimming Club. , 555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 E E 5 E 5 E EEE EE N -5 EE Amy ,-1. Xl. ly-Eg 2929 XVhitney i" X venue "Xu lzurxlt tlzuuxlzt -wax ewr l1w'.v." i EE QE ".- 'l" came fi-'nu lvy!SVy1'.eet"1f chmfwl junlfiflill enter busine '- QE QE She meloi fred tm Q . .vnff C ibfijntl the Senior QE , 1 4 v fl - QE QE , Cho is. 1 J A ' f 5 5 EEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEE f .1 e y v, fr-l.T'4' ful fy' lt - '. In . 'N worn' il hx' In' ln' 1" -' lun' if , x . . . . lrepzu 'tl at X ' Stree . o ul will go to New Xork UlllYCl'Sll'. Il 1 ras a mei he -Innior and Senior Dramatic lt is, oys' Glee Clu 1, 'horus, and the Cast of "fa . lf lt". - TX that 1 Q IDA li- ,lncoizsox 71 Orchard Street EE "ll'h0 iff ran l'l'l'IlIl cl 7t'oman."' QE QE "Bobby" prepared at NVQ-bster School and is going to the E EE Normal School. YShe was a member of the A. A., Literary EE EE Club, junior ancl Senior Dramatic Club, Senior Chorus, and the EE EE cast of "Nothing Hut the Truth". i EE EEEEEEEE EEEEEEEE ilfI,li.XNA -Iolmsox 234 P21144 SUCH "l1c1M1-V girls 1141-zu' many fricua',v."' "Bobby" graduated frotu Dwight School and will enter business. She belonged to the Freslunan, Sophomore, junior and Senior Chornses, literary Club. JX. JX., aucl the Class Day Committee. l2s'rt21.I.i2 K.xt.E'rs14x' 33 Vernon Street QE EE , - "I kilt'-tt' ilu' riyln' and did -it." EE i "Es" entered from Prince Street School and is preparing lor EE EE Columbia. She belonged to the Focus League, lnterary Club, QE EE Roosevelt Debating Club, Sophomore and Upper Chorus, and QE the Senior Dramatic Club, and .-X. JX. EE E555 E E E E E E E E EE E E EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE E EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE E 5555 EEEEEE5555555 5 C 5 5 5 EE Fl,oRENe12 K,x1's1Now 152 Minor Street .EE "Noi Sfc'1Jf11'ng cfer Hn' bonds of l110tfv.rf-V." EE "Fayi' graduated from Prince Street Sehool and will enter gi' EE Pratt Institute. She belonged to the Freshman Basketball EE EE Team and the Swinnning Club. 4 EE as flaw . ea ge . - ' BE E-TEV i..IiN.X 1xrxUm1,xN 59 Daggett Street EE EE "Still qgrivfly slit' it-nrlcs felliltr tyiimxv fvIa3'."' QE ..LCn,, game,Qi1'Z:lfE11yr?5" 'gfSclit1tml and is going to E QE Columbia. elle w . 1 nun mer of the Senior Chorus and the EE QE Senior Drain. t-ibClub. ,H QE i , 7,-, EE 2 ea 5 5 5 E EE 1iix'r111c1uN15 ISEENEY 202 Iiranldin Street gg EE "Her vhvt' ' were of Izliriifix fairy jlc1.r."' EE EE - . xi. t.. -f' . , E lLntered trom lihijillllltlyjstyfllltll and will go to the Xornial EE QE School. 5 Stes-'l5'Cgio1igffctQtm the Freshman, Sophomore. and HE Senior C ioruses, Senior Dramatic Club, AX. A.. and the A. R. G. 5555 5555 QE i il'iIiNRY Kic1.l.1s1'ils1t 220 Edgewood Avenue QE EE "lu flu' .vpriny 17 young IIIUIIIN ,fzriiry liglzllj' tzcrnx to Ilzouylits BE E of l0i'v."' 5 5 "Hen" entered from St. Rose's School. l-le was a ineniber EE EE of the Executive Connnittee. .lunior Drznnatie Club, Senior EE EE Dramatic Club. Boys' Cilee Club, and was assistant manager of EE 7 C fr ... ..o -.1 . ... 73 .-.4 vsJ C: 1-r f-9 ..- -1 CD 5 f- .4 r-e ... ..a 55 EE gg Rosie lfIiI,l,l'2R .leln in .Xx'enue, Wliitileyrille EE EE "The Uffillllllll 0 ' I n' .r ' llggix t1I1t't1Qv,r the Iw,vl,"' EE EE "Dot" entered from ' iam .- fenne School. She belonged EEE EE to the junior ' Seni ' Dramatic Clubs, Upper Chorus, Girls' EE g Glee Club, ai 15' 1 Nu Sigma. i EE E5 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5555 EE I jEANi1sT'r1s K1z1.1.1z1t'r 213 Orchard Street E "I kiwru cwcryflzing c.rcc'j21' myself." EE EE Ujeanl' entered from Scranton School and will go to Bay EE BE Path Institute. She was a member of the Senior Dramatic E O .. : gr U1 FD .. - ... o "1 O :- o "2 : CL D : A FV' : G1 U1 1 G : -J -4 :e ,.. : va Q : - o 555 555 EE MARGARET IQELLY 209 Columbus Avenue E HPt1fl'Pl1t'C' is a ruafclm'0rd." EE E "Marge" came from Sacred Heart School and will go to EE EE the Bay Path Institute. She was a member of the Freshman, QE Sophomore, junior and Senior Choruses, Senior Dramatic Q : P : A f'Y .. .. 0 cn 5 5. ., Q. U3 Q s F' F' ?' 93 : Q.- P, IT' fD , 2 75 C 5 I l gi HELEN IQENILEY 585 Howard Avenue Egg "To lzit the .misc of lmm.0r."' BE QE Helen entered from Sacred Heart Schoo-l a11d will go to the EE EE Bay Path Institute. She belonged to the Freshman and junior EE EE Choruses, Spanish Club, A. A., Junior and Senior Dramatic EE E Clubs, Swimming Club, and the A. R. G. EE 55 55 ETHEL IQIM MEL 11 Parmelee Avenue BE "Sl1c's bmzrfiful and f1IFl'l'f0l'C to be wound, slufs a 'ZUOIHIIH EE EE therefore to be 'zc'o11."' QE QE 'QDearie" ff ted from Truinan. Street 'hool and will EE QE enter the ' ial chool. She 'as a mel igllie Fresh- gil EE ma .ion ' A unior a d ppe rsesg' ary Club, QE EE f A.. Gu' leefl b, L i oarclgf t e Class Book, EE Focus Leab juni 1 tic Club, and was Vice-President EE of the Senior 1 ic Club. . ' EE EE IXNNA N. IQING 100 Howe Street Eg "Nom lcllcn' tlzcv but to lo-zu' tlwf, nor zzamvcz' iliac but to fn'r1isc." gg E "Babe" prepared at Dwight School and will enter the North- EE QE lield Seminary. She belonged to the Upper Chorus, A. A., and 5 555555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE EE 5 EE HE EE EE HE EE EE 5 EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE HE 555555 the Senior Dramatic Club. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEBEEEEEEEEEEE p 5i55EEEEEEEEiEEEE.EEEEEEEEBEEEEEEE 5 ' .i V my Y EE 1' U X g JCOSEPII IQIRBY f' U IY6 xvlllthly Avenue EE "'1'd sjvcczk in cz lllUlISfl'!3If.Y I1'tilb,'2'0ic1',.lii EE . . W J ' , V' EE "K1bb1e" came from Barnarc School and 'fill go to Boston EE EE University. He was a nienilfr on tl1eNgX.lQ,'.g! nior Dramatic 5 EE p ClulJ,v Upper Chorus, Editorikl Board tlief' Class Book and EE gg the 4X'z'w.v Board. SE ga p it l sri E555 5555 X QE GLADYS K1'1'TLER ' Foxon Street, East Haven EE "There is great abilily in knmving how to conceal om".r abiIitVv."' gg "Glad" prepared at the Union Grammar School, East Haven. QE and will be a stenographer. She belonged to the A. A., Orches- EE E tm, W. J. R. C., and the Girls' Basketball Team. 55 EE EE EE AIARIE KLIAIPL, 171 Spring Street EE " Your cyvs tin' filled with I0:'v." g QE "Smiles" enter 1 ruman Street School and will go EE EE to the N. H., .. G. he belonged to the Efliciency Club, EE EE Freshman Cl rus, S or Chorus, Focus League, junior EE Dramati C 11, S Dramatic Club, A. A., and was the .EE Vice-Pr 5 ent, and ecretary and Treasurer of the Girls, Glee EE Club. i EE lQUTH M. KoN1CK 277 Dixwell Avenue BE QE 3 UEdl!CClfI.0ll forms the mai-nd."' ii QE "Rui,us",graduated from Ivy Street School and will enter QE BE' the Bay Path Ifnstitute. She was a member ot the A. A., 5 gg Freshman, Sophomore, and junior Choruses, and the Junior EE andfSeni.or Dramatic Clubs. ' EE l EE 55555555 55555555 c f'Y' F9 FD U3 5 9- 5 sv H fD Q. Ph "1 o .. h-I u-J .- '7 '1 5 :. .. .mv : UI 5-T fb FD Y"P U1 O - .i o o .. Q. - - A ..- 53 ... .. .. IDA H IQRALI. 65 Truman Street . .vlzflzzflwr did my spirit seal." . - EE enter the New York University of Law. She belonged to the EE 5 .lunior Menorah, Freshman Chorus, Freshman Debating Club, ESE TJ 3 Q 4-4- ii HP UP 555555555 EE EE E E EE SE EE EE EE EE EEE E E EE EE EE EE EE EE EE gg . EE EE SE EE EE EE EEE . .EE 5555555555 IT l 'signage 55 to get ei 55 ea ea QF. BFI 55 .I EE ea '55 t - 55 sa QE 4 get ea - QE E 'QE 55 ea E3 55 5 Q5 QE 55 Q5 5 ea ess 5.55555 YEnoN1e.x IQRIFINN '4 t 182 Clinton Avenue QE ".-III is for flu' Irvs! in the best of poxxilvlv 'zt'orIds." gg EE Entered from St. Boniface School. NYM at member of the QE EE Swimming Club, Freslnnan and Upper Choruses. junior and QE EE Senior Drzunatie Clubs, A. A., and the Senior Basketball '.l'e:un. QE 5 E Egg :XN NA IQRIYITSKY 698 I-lowztrd Avenue QE "By constant drijvjtfug, fl drop of 'zt'aIer 110110-:vs lf rock." EE gi "An" prepared at l-'rinee Street School and intends to enter EE ... .. .- ... M ... : C V4 I U7 :- fl :- C .. : ,: JQ ra L .-, o 2. 5 I A NJ 1 ... .. o .. 5 2 C Ei U-3 Q. U7 9 ml .... o "1 E "1 : T 9 Egg Girl's Glee Club, .'X. A., and the Senior Dramatic Club. EE n 55 55 QE PAULINE KURl'1'CII 206 Putnam Street BE EE "Bid mv lY'l.YL'0lll.H',, and I will L'lIl'flUlIf llzinc var." EE QE "Peggy" came from XVebster School and will be zt nurse. EE She belonged to the A. Senior Chorus, Senior Dramatic 5 Club, and the Freshman and Sophomore Choruses. 5 5 5 e go t sa EE .IRAN Kwon n - Q-X 9 .Burns Street E "Cl1vt'z ul of .rp I and q1rit'im'.v.v of ttf2'm'tio11."' QE QE "Cap 'n xyc " ' pared at XVorthington Hooker and will QE EE go to the rm . tool. She belonged to the A. A., Swim- EE ming Ch 'reslnnat 'horus, and the A. R. C. E E5 EE E 11' 9 Burns Street EE I EE ,, ' JI't't1fCl' blunt grt'alm' are our t1oir1.v." ' EE SE " ry" uttet-gllffont XVorthington Hooker School and will EE EE be a urse. She belonged to the Swimming Club, .X. A., and EE 55 the A. R. C. SE 55555 5 E 5 E E 5 5 E EE 5 E 5 E E E E E E E E E E E E E EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE -- EERE 5555E5555EEE EE EL1z.xBETH LAINE 697 State Street EE EE "The social smile, flu' .ryuljmtlzrfir tear." "Betty" came from Orange St1'eet School and expects to be QE a private secretary. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Swimming Club, and the Senior Dramatic Club. 5 5 5555 Bsssnz l',AP1DEs ' 522 Elm Street l "In vwr ' ll 0 c -Ju-zrxt 1' 1- ' rr fhgmdu - EE EE " It 1 ' p epared t f ' Street gm 'C nil will be a EE prira secretary. Sh elonged to the . eshman, Sophomore, E and Lpper Choruses, and the Senior Dramatic Club. EE E5 55 .... 1. Z -1 VT' ..- rr: E 'Z F1 l" 'P ua 0 ... I-H 63 5 .- 5. 'r f rm 3 C'- 0 I "'l-Irs! goods rome in small packugvs." "Shorty" entered from Orange Street School and will go to EE the Normal School. She belonged to the A. R. C. Club and the QE ffl S 5. -1 Q .15 3 H E. Q S 9' 55 EE AIILDRED LAWRENCE 229 Franklin Street M0110 qountry, 0lICnC0llSflfllff0H-, one dc.vfiny."' ' QE . "Mid" entered frfim a1iQStre t School, and will go to the 5 Normal Scltoiih fSli1e li o c , th num and Sophomore EE Choruses, A. A., Se ramatic Cltiggilnclitllecl, R. C. EE C l . , , t E FANNIE Lazixuoi-'F 34 X' ernon Street QE "So wry quirt as if .vllv 'zuvrc not fwfr." EE Fannie entered from Xlfebster School and will go to the EE Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Debating QE EE E Club, Freshman, Sophomore and Upper Chorus, and the Senior QE EE Dra1natic Club. M55 E 5 E EE 5 E 5 5 5 5 E E 5 5 E E 5 E E E 5 5 E E E 5 E 5 E 5 E 55 555 55 555555 55 555 EE 555555555 .ANNA IJEAFEN 202 Rosette Street IRVING LAZAROFF 54 Vernon Street NA Iittlc in 0llC?,S own- pocket is bvtfrr than murlz in an-zofhvr man-'s purse." ' "Soky" graduated from Webster School and expects to go to N. Y. U. He was a member of the Boy's Glee Club, the Upper Chorus, and the Senior Basketball Team. Q "Tlzorr' buds the promise of rclcstinv 'ZC'07'flI.,' "Kid" entered from St. Peter's School and will go to the Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman, Sophomore, Jl1lll0fxH11 l' Chor?5, Girls, Glcifgxb. anrgl the A. R. C. lfdd! 71 4fL1flfrL,a.f ff' 99,1172 g l J' GEoRoE LEE 40 Lilac Street "On 'Zt1'1I0'HI the Gods look fwitli fafz.'0r." "Dutch" prepared at Ivy Street School, and is going to the Indiana Dentistry School. He was a member of the Boys' Glee Club, Freshman Chorus. junior Dramatics, A. A., Senior Chorus and was a Cheer Leader. IVA LENNOX 35 Helen Street Eartlfs noblest tliing, a 'woman perfected. "I" entered from Church Street School, Ham en, and x 1 enter business. She belonged to the VV. R. C. ior id Senior Girls' Basketball Team unior Dramati u cl the - ' , J Swimming Club. CLARA LEVERICII 536 George Street "DrIays hard dangvrous ands." Entered from Scranton Street School. Belonged to the A. A. 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 I5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 BE EE 5555 555 555555 5 555555555 555555 EE 5 5 5 5 5 5 BE SE EE EE EE EE 5 EE 5 EE EE EE EE 5 EE EE EE 5 EE SE EE -W -Kim V 1. 555555555555555555555555555555555555 2. FE Ui: SE EW, 5.6, :av WE FD 9... G-1 F9 ab: LO :PS -: GQ U70 gg 353 Q2 -I U1 Ea 58 Er- Z -+59 gm U 2-Ta 5.2 O -133 ml :H mo liD1TH LEVINE 239 George Street "Above pitch, out of time, and of the hinges." an FU E. O "1 C' "1 93 h-I -I Q-7 2. C Q s U' 55555 55555 ..... L.. 1-5 ... ... in r' r-' . :11 4 I-1 '4 :J N N an "1 Q. rn ... n-I U7 r-9 '1 ru ro FP za e 1 lzguc of the 7llil1d.U QE ' th" r d om Greene Street School. She belonged EE EE he F s n Chorus, Senior Chorus, junior and Senior QE EE ramatic ubs, and the A. A. EE 55555 55555 F RED LEWIS I 43 Third Street "From the N01 11' of his head to the sole of his foot, hc is all mirth." g . ' "Ted" enteredg f1'Cina'QE11n fn and will go to College H J . . e EE was on the Pin Co111111itteef'g1?el"was a member of the Boys' EE gg one Club. fe fm .f A 5 gal LO! l i ffbvkv H EEE HARRIET LEWIS 24 Bradley Avenue, East Haven EE EE "But there are wanderer.: o'cr eternity EE EE H711-asc bark drifves in and 0117, and anchor'd na'cr shall bc." E "Harry" graduated from the Union Grammar School, East Haven, and is going to be a social secretary. She belonged to - the Executive Committee. EE 5 5 QE ETHE1. LIBBY X N 51 Pendleton Street "'Seri0usness is '7'lIl'Ql5' UCll in law." m 1-1- 'J' Q -I rv- 94 fb Q- v-h P1 O 3 1-1- LT' 9 ff? 5 D- 'P 4 3 5: fU U7 .Q- - O 2- E -0 C1- 5. 1 555555 W5 'D sr 32 "6 Qu, 212 E5 2-'ii QE rfxigigln E 9 UE' S. 4 En' E- 5? P P E E. 3 5 55 555555555555555555555555555555555555 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 SE 5 HE EE 5 SE EE 5 5555 l EE IosE1'H1N12 LINDHORN 222 Dixwell Avenue EE EE "Goodness docs not consist in greatness, but g11'eat1zc'ss in EE QE g00dness."' EE gg "Joe" prepared at Ivy Street School. EE 5555 5555 EE SARAH LIPIQOWITZ ' il V 40 Gilbert Avenue EE "C0E1,tys.IcZzyXt01z-C." X EE 5 "Di1nples" ent Worn rnard l and intends to be a BE EE bookkeeper. She belongedfk re Freshman and Upper EE G 'S' 2 G U3 63 DJ I3 Q 2. .4 0 v-P if 5553 !555 5 Si 5 5 - 5 gg? BERNARD LIPSCHITZ ZS Button Street Egg QE "Mc thought I heard at voice say, 'Sleep no mm'c.' " EE EE "Red" graduated from Truman Street School and is going EE to N. Y, U. He was a member of the A. A. 5 i. 5 Mmxin LISA 452 Oak Street gg EE "In vacant or in fvcnswc mood." EE 555555 555555 "Min" preparediat VVebster School and will be a sten- ographer. ELSIE LITTLE 76 Audubon Street EE "Still wafer runs dm'f2." EE QE "Little Elsie" came from Ivy Street School and will be a QE EE private secretary. She belonged to the Freshman Basketball QE EE-I Team, Senior Dramatic Club, and the A. A. gi EE 4, . x Q ' EE EE i LK' .,f J Lf LS . QE 555555555555555555555555555555555555 555555555555555555555555555555555555 55 55 5 l 5 EEE GERTRUDE LUUGHERY 312 Ferry Street EE EE "And puts lzersclf upon good flglll'C.'n "Gert" entered from St. Francis School and will go to the Normal' School. 5555555 5555555 l ' A L QE .AGNES LYNCH 97 Bassett Street QE ggi "'I lzaw often regretted my sflevrlz, 11c2'cr my siIm1rc."' EE g lil'-A"3Aclclie" entered from Ivy Street School and will enter vJl1fh'lCSlS. ' " 5 'N 51 N'-lf 51 55555 55555 .Nas . EE FLORENCE LYNCH 141 james Street EE "ll"'liicl1 I llafvv earnfd with flu' swmt of nl-3' br0rt'."' Egg "Flossy" came from St. Roses' School and will be a sten- EE ographer. EE 5555 5555 gig MARY G. LYNCH 38 Lawrence Street EE EE "'Ti.v 'wlzm' you will-as will bc wlzat you, 'Zi'0llld."" EE "May" entered from Lovell School and will be a private QE secretary., She belonged to the A. A., Swimming Club, and the 5 A. A. I 55 55 E ixrotw LYONS 34 Vllilliams street 5 EE ' "Had zz face like a l7lC'SS1l72g.'U EE "May" entered from Lovell School and will go to the QE 5555555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55555 Normal School. She belonged to the A. A., Swimming Club, Freshman Chorus, and the A. R. C. S . 5555 E 5, 5 5 5 55 55. . 55 E. E 5 E' 55 5. 5, 57 55 5 ET E 5 5' HE E ga S E. EET HE aaa? QE EVELYN ll ACCALMON 153 Lombard Street Hi "Ey9'A tered from C ' Avenue School and intends to go QE EE to a 'Libra School. ie b l 1 to the President's Executive QE EE Co miittee t'b4E'Gi s' VIITIITI g Club, Upper Chorus, Senior QE Ch rus, S ifinrl Boar , and the News Board. QE 55 55 lN'I,xBIzr. NTCIQENZIE 2 6 Newhall Street EE EE "Elly .arf is fc a sf e EE "Tib" prepared ' Str 1 and will be a sten- EE EE ographer. She b i bed to the lor Chorus. EE QE aa 5 5 5 JXLICIA TVIAGUIRE ,485 Dixwell Avenue EE EE "CS 1' possrssrd a ' ma talent o p' g effect in what I5 EE P sh 1 . i .' E? EE p "Lee ' prepareclfat t gewood L hool and wants to be EE EE l a private se et '. ie played on the Freshman Basketball EE Team and th man Tennis Team. 55 55 EE A1.1c'1z KTAIIER 283 james Street EE EE "Lot 'us malice hay 'while the sim slzim's."' EE "Al" graduated from St. Francis School and will go to the QE EE Normal School. She belongs to the Literary Club, Roosevelt EE EE . Debating Club, Senior Dramatic Club, and the Junior Basketball Team. EE 5555 5555 HE IRENE MAHONEY 20 Carmel Street EE "For rzrwr' auytlzing ran- b 1 nfiss, zulmg gimplpmvyg and 41141-y If f- it."' ' , "Rene" came from ,'- 1 ' hool and will study Span- gg ish. She was a hs' er 'L enior Dramatic Club, A. A., EE EE l'reshman Chorus . nd the anish Club. QE 555 555 E55E5555EEEEEEEEE 555555555555555555555555555555555555 5 5 5 i C 5 H ARR1E'1' lVliAl.IFF 141 Olive Street E . N :: Q. 'TJ 'E N. :- 'E '1 9 4 "A A1 A 5' b e : N 'N- r 'E 'W- :- Qi 'S 5555 5555 'tSmiles,' entered from Strong School. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Freshman Basketball Team, Swimming Club. Lipper Chorus, and the A. A. E EVA MJNLLEY 56 Middletown Avenue EE lg "No one lm-rmnv what ln' rain do until llc fl'l'CS.'H QE "Eve" prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will be a gg EE private secretary. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus. EE EE JANET BTANSFIELD 65 VVillis Street QE , "She that has jvaficnrv may vollzjvuss arzyfhingf' QE EE "Sis" prepared at Ivy Street School and will be a sten- EE ographer. 55555 55555 55 55 .ANNA ll"l.XRONlzX H 9 Admiral Street EE H "Ca1'e's fl crzmn 0 bfi" BE "Anne" graduated from! . ary's 5 demy and will go to EE the Bay Path Institute. ag PAULINE NIARSH 1 596 Dixwell Avenue QE SE "That liftlc fvII0'wfc'ifI1 the bo-:af aim' arrofwf EE 5 Of rourse I know him." EE EE "Peggy" prepared at Ivy Street School and will go to Miss EE BE VVhee1oek's Kindergarten School. She was a member of the QE Sophomore Girls' Basketball Team, Freshman and Upper l QE Chorus, A. A.. Glee Club, junior and Senior Dramatic Club. EE 5 5 ee e ee 5 - ee i555555555555555555555555555555555555 5555l5 5 5. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5. EE. 5 5. 5. 5. 5 5' 5 5' 5' 5 5 5 5 5. V5 5 5. 55555 QE ADELE IXIATHOG 18 Ellsworth Avenue EE EE "I an: nxroliwd to grow fat and look young fill foriyf' QE E "Addie" entered from Scranton School and will go to W 2. ,- 2 u-J -J E' N. UD 5' rn U' 2 O E3 UQ rn Ca. F? O FF ... .. na 'Tl "1 rn Vi 3' E so .. .. O .... .. O "1 53 5 55555 55555 QE HELEN INIAYER 206 Peck Street QE EE "Let vzvry 15 min . . own bn.riness."' EE g Graduated fron lin 1 'venue School and will go to Pratt Institut l .lo c to the A. A., Freshman Chorus, 5 .luni-or Drrunati uh, focus League, and Swimming Club. A EE 5 5 QE IJLLIAN IXIAYER 134 Newhall Street EE 55 "Ever 101 1110 fancy roam, BE EE PlCGS'll'T0 -nc'Uz'r'.s' at 11014-z.c."' EE QE "Lil" came from Ivy Street School and will be a designer. 5 EE She belonged to the Senior Chorus. EE 55555555555555 55555555555555 IXNNA McRRIAR'rv 138 W'est Rock Avenue "Smooth runs the water where Ihr brook is dcepf: ' Anna graduated from Barnard School and will enter the Normal School. She belonged to the Senior Dramatic Club. Swimming Club, and the A. A. QE FANNIE IVICFARLAND 32 Ford Street QE QE "Diligence is the wo r g od forfzrn-c." EE "Fan" entered from Iv tr 865501 and will be a private EE EE secretary. She belong the . A. and the Swimming Club. Egg 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55 5 5555 55555 555555l EE Biziwicla TXICGUIRE 205 Columbus Avenue QE EE "Sing away sorrotzu, vast a'zt'a.y care." ag EE "Bernie" came from the Sacred Heart School and will go EE EE to the Yale Art School. She was a member of the Freshman BE EE and Senior Chorus, A. A., Swimming Club, and Senior Dramatic Q : P' 5555 E555 IDA TXTEISTER 34 Stevens Street EE 'i'Lr't the worst coma' to worst." QE QE "Bobbie" graduated from W'ebster School and will go to gg EE Columbia. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior EE EE Choruses. 5 E C1I.xRr.Es MEYER 310 Elm Street EE Yea, ull nmn are dust, bm' some are gold-du.s't." EE BE "Chass" entered from Orange Street School and is prepar- 55 5 mg for Stevens Tech. He was Chairman of the Pin Com- mittee and a member of P. A. L. S., the Spanish Club, Boys' EE Glee Club, A. A., and the News Board. He played on the QE Football Team and the Junior and Senior Basketball Teams. EE EEE He was Manager of the Basketball Team in his Senior year. EE EE ,i"CltM4l' 413 . A-lx. 22. 5 5 5 EE Louis TNTILLEN , ' 201 Dixwell Avenue QE BE HM"-WC, 'wlmrb A voice dir, vibrates in 1110 11101110ry."' EE "Mach can f' 1 Ivy Street School and will go to the E EE V University of f f and. He was a member of the Orchestra EE EE for f year. the Boys' Glee Club. EE 555 555 EE DOROTHY TNTILLER 201 Concord Street EE "Speech is xiIt'c'r,, s-ilcrzrr is golden." - "Dot" came from the Morris Cove School and will go to EE Penn Hall. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Freshman QE Debating Club, A. A., Class Pin Committee, and the Executive Committee. BE 555 555 5555E5EE55555 5 5 55 35555555555555555555555555555555555 5 l 5 EE 1 Fr.o1a12NcE l1'IILNER 94 Lake Place EE EE "Paticnrc is a plaster for all soresf' "Flossie" entered from Roger Sherman School and will go EE to the Lasell' Seminary. She belonged to the Freshman EE Chorus, Senior Dramatic Club, Swimming Club, A. and the BE EE News Board. QE 555 555 MAY M1N1iow . , 71 Frank Street "If yozfw oifrv found a 1 ',g,gy,diI+izflc aclzicwci a .vfr0ke."' EE , f ,, . "June" prepair di,n.Q'l'r'ii1nan Street School and will go to the Normal School. She belonged to tl1dAR,l'SSlj11E1gOYlIS, Upper Chorus, and the A. A. X 555555 555555 'FILLIE RTINKOVV 1 71 Frank Street QE In I'tt sharps and zfreblcrsf' EE EE "1 r zt -,Hover sm iy wa fs, EE "Till" ent d m Truman '11 ol and will go to EE the Normal c oo Sl' bel o the Freshman Debating EE Club, Seniq Chor sd, , . . A. E5 , 5 BE ABu,xHrxm Moomz 136 Orange Street EE "A wise man Still!-t'l"lHlit'.S' l'lll1llgC'S his opirzions-a fool 71-0if'l'l'.U EE EE "Al" graduated from Grange Street School and is preparing QE '-h O "1 PY' 23" rn .T fs I rn 2 :J VJ FD E 9 6'- rn "I O V-h .CL -D rn Pr F' 'U -s rn U3 :r' E3 SD I3 U T EE bating Society, Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, Glee Club QE EE and the "Nathan Hale" cast. s MA EE CQERTRUDE MoR1AR'rv 167 VVinthrop Avenue EE ' "A gi-rl of 5111011637 crit mid lic I hy I'u.1zgs."- 5 QE "Cer . ente e pm St. . ' l School and will EE EE go to a i 'ar r fii g .4 ie w .s Vice President of EE the Sen'o , ecretary of Senior matic Club, a Cheer EE Leader, nember of the Tennis Team, A. A., Spanish Club, 5 E Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, A. Rf G. Club, Swimming .EE QE Club and the Nmvs Board. QE i 55 55 555555555555555555555555555555555555 SEQRESEEBEEREEEEBEEEEEEEEESEEEISEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEFIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 555 555 EE -IUs'1'1N12 IN'IoR1usoN 98 Atwater Street QE "Fair is 5110 as the dreams flu' 'oung ports -zQ'f'a2'v.', QE "Jem" entered from St. Fran i- 1 l and will go to tl1e EE EE Normal Scl1ool. Sl1e,fbelo11g nior Dramatic Club, EE EE ' Senior Chorus, Girl' ' nb. t oosevelt Debating Club, EE and the Prom Co 11' e. N! E , 5 1 I 1 ' - SE QE AIARY IVIORRISSEY 724 EE "'1iz1lI of good 'meaning ' EE E l "Mary Mixupn entered from 'I' et Schomflhfl will A go to tl1e Bay Path Institute. Sl1e Q " l1e Fresh- ggl man Basketball Team, Swllllllllllg Freshi ai and Sopl1o- EE more Debating Club, and tl1e F Chorus. EEE SAMUEI. Moscowirz e 137 Foote Street ,EE EE "iDvspisc' not a rzwfir otrata-r." gg EE "Saganaw" prepared at Ivy Street School and is going to EE E Penn State. I-le was a member of the Upper Chorus, Roose- gg QE velt Debating Club. .lunior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, and took EE part in "Nathan I-Ialef', "Nothing But the Truth", and several 5 QE n1inor productions. ,I f K , c -'i,'.44.x.4.4,C' V 5 'Y ,0,S7,"'gZ4"c::fL HE 5 I I 5 LUCILLE MUNSON 579 Ferry Street gg? "A good head is the bcst rf'c'0'mfmcndationj' gi "Sis" Callie from Cli11to11 Avenue School a11d will be a EE EE private secretary. QE 5 E E - -- 5 QE DOROTHY IVIURNANE 16 Colonial Place EE EE 'IA life of beauty Icnds fo all it ,Wes 1110 bca-11-fy of its fh,01fgl1t."' EE "Dot" prepared at Ivy Street School EIHCI will be a private EE secretary. Sl1e was a member of tl1e Executive COIIIIUIYZTCCQ HE EE Motto Club, Freshman and Senior Choruses, and the junior QE EE Dramatic Club. EE E555 5 5 5, 5 5 5 5 E E E 5 E 5 E EE E 5 5 E 5 5 5 E E E E E EE EE EE E 53555 555535 Ei Eg 5 EE. 5 E 55 55 5 Q. Eg gg. gi E. E. 5 gg E1 EE. E. E. 55555 QE LENA MEYER 71 XVater Street EE EE "Life is not, we may stty, for nz-ere passing pIc'a.rz1rv." "Peanuts" entered from Green Street School and will enter EE ,- - .4 U5 7 'N :1 3 .4 3 .- lf? C ..- .a C' O - U7 .- .-1 VD C' 0 ..- O ... -A UQ VD rw -- v-9 O 4-r -'7' f'U T 7-D ... -J -. O '1 Q .4 O "1 5 1 E5 E5 EE ROBERT NOBLE 35 Rosette Street g g "IVF are not :what we ilzink 'rt ., but wha! we tlzink, 'ZUL'il'Il'l'.'U ' QE QE "Bob" prepared at St. Pe 's School. ' 5 5 E? ELIZABETH N OLAN A 'QMOQ Edwards Street EE EE "Silence and rs C0l1I'Hl6'IlllllIl716' a1zywlm'c'."' EE "Betty" e r from Lovell School and intends to go to the EE EE 1 al S l 0. She belonged to the, Swimming Club, A. A., EE g . , andthe Freshnmn and Senior Choruses. EE E 5 555 T if CI - F1 If Q Q E Z E 2 S Ld 5 2. f"l' 5 : 'SA - , 2 'E 1 'S 'e er 2. : N Q .. .. 'Q S. w N1 Q :' cz U- fn m -.. 3' m 2 'W Q .. .- ' s. . EE "Laura" entered from VV0odwz'Lrd School and will go to the EE Bay Path Institute. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Q EE A. A., XV. ,l.,R. C., and the Swimming Club. EE EEE E55 .ANNA O,HAR:X 45 Third Street EE " What C"Z.V0l' you do, do well, fair maid." EE ggi I "Bet" entered from the Irving Grammar School and will go QE to the Normal School. She belonged to the A. A. and the W. bl. EE 5 RC E555 5 E 5 5 E 5 E E E E E E 5 E E 5 EE E EE EE EE HE E E EE 55 EE SE EE EE EE EE E 5555 55555 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 E E 5 E E E E E E E E E E E E E HE E E E E E E ,E 55555 EE FILOMENA ONo1fR1o 125 Cedar Street EE EE "Loyal, and serzfiug the highest and l1csf."' EE g Graduated from Prince Street School and will enter busi- g EE ness. She belonged to the A. A., and the Freshman Chorus. EE 55 EE FRANCES ORDANSKY ' 54 Dickerman Street QE "Take 1101110 ci Slllliftf, it is Il0f -111-11011 to do, 5 EE But 111111211 72' -111c'1111s to flIC"H1- 'rr-lzo fcnit for j'Ull.U EE EE "Fay" prepared at Orange Street School and intends to go EE EE to QOllllTllJlE1 University. She was a member of the Freshman EE EE and Senior Choruses. 555 55 E .BIUXNC-llli l',ACli'l'0R 208 Putnam Street QE EE "K11oruIvf1'gc is jvowvrf' EE "B" came from T1'11ll12l.l Stre chool and will go to thc EE QE Bay Path Institute. She gecl to the Literary Club, the I EE EE A. A., and the Swimming C be 2 Q lwgg E55 QE -IERUME PAGTER 97 Ward Street QE "Ain 1I0H1CSf 1'11a11 IS king of 'lIlr'H.U EE Entered from Scranton School and expects to enter New EE EE York University. He was a member of the junior and Senior EE EE Dramatic Clubs, Upper Chorus, and the Boys' Glce Club. EE EEE 555 ll'lARY M. PALUMBO B 2 7 y Avenue E EE "C od d'1' 1 .rznfcvet she' na ' EE EE "lVl:1qgie enter ' l y Frances Benton School QE EE and will go to the Nor ia S iool. QE E555 E555 k ,.,,, QE mfr! ? BE 5 1-f , 5 EE RosE R. PARTNER 34 Asylum Street EE EE "Sfrar1'ng of sfvwrlir, lmf Ill-lgllfj' of fhi0ugl1l." EE EE Entered from Truman Street School and will be a private gg E 5 EE secretary. She belonged to the Radio Club. . QE 5 5 5 . - 5 5 ' , 5 '-1 5 FU o v-x m K "IJ :- VJ U. w e F-4 E v1 4 N o N Q as E SL Dv E E "lie good, .vra'vr't -maid, Iv! wlzo will bc' clever." gl QE "Dolly,' entered from Ivy Street School and is going to the EE QE Bay Patlilnstitute. She belonged to the Freshman, Sopho- more, and Upper Choruses, junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, and the A. A. 55 E5 QE lQALPI-I P.xU1.1o 15 Collis Street EE EE "l'Vl10 shall thy gay b.l!1f00llC'l',X' c1vsvr'iln'?'J Graduated from Greene Street School and is preparing for EE L1 w rn 0 '-1 rn FF as 2. :J .. 'U O U7 .... CF. O 5 rn E .. .- LD 'D .. r-J ... rv ': ... C' f: -1 O Ph 2. ... rn ,E jp 555 555 QE EDITH M. PEARSON 260 Lombard Street EEG EE "SIM was a fwlzantom of deliglzf. l HE QE ll",l1t'lI first slze gleamed upon my szgl1t."' EE EE Pre Jared at Clinton Avenue School and ,will go to Pratt EE l . ,. EE Institute. She belonged to the A. AJ I EE "rVt'i- ' ig l ea EEE TSHERESA PERSKY ' 860 Grand Avenue EE EE "To look life-jill the eyes." EE Theresa came frAtyn,Oi'ahg'vfStreet School and will be a QE E stenographer. She belonged ho the Radio Club and the Upper C rue f' '- EE aw EE 55 4 ea EE55E55EEH555 A 1 I E if-'M ' HE EE LOUISE PFL12GH.xR 175 Thompson Street 55 5 5 gg "Size dwelt among the HlIf7'0ddC'7l 'ZUIIj.'S.M EE QE "VVee" graduated from Ivy Street School and will enter QE EE business. She belonged to the Swimming Club and the VV. J. ag gg R. e. - sa t'- ' HE EE J. . O v L bf! . i EE' 5 twvwyw Nr . E EE BELLA PIERCE Q 51 Avon Street QE EE "Her head is full of gmrius, and hier hvart full of fT'llfII.U E "Bill Bailey" came from Scranton Street School and will EE EE enter business. She belonged to the Efficiency Club and the EE A. R. C. E5 55 4 ni rx nr Q51 :vi we ... F--1 5:11 K-:E lr.. 6 fe- Q Si S :- E U' N. Q Q Q.. -1-XI exo .SN C SCD ":"i wc.: 54: ca. SP 4 C E C "Ca1nili ' ff duate f 1 Orange Street School and will gg enter busin gs. ie a member of the junior Dramatic EE QE Club and the A. f EE KATHERINE- P1 - 128 Dewitt Street EE " Us well 1' ' nobly, 110 one could do -m0rf'."' EE xitty" e fro ruman Street School-and will go to EE the Connectit C ge. She belonged to the Freshman and E EE! Sophomore . ting Club, Freshman and Senior Choruses. EE ' Focus League, usiness Board of the Class Book. and the QE QE Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. 55 55 r i 55 EE P FREDA B. P1vN1c1c Or d Stree EE 5 "l'l"l1iIv 'words of Icarurd I' .gfh 1 A flu' inn .round E Amazed' the ga zu: ' II ' ou ' EE EE "Fred" entered fr 1 -XV 1 er School and intends to go to EE New York University. She belonged to the Junior and Senior EE HE Dramatic Clubs, Spanish Club, Freshman and Senior Choruses. EE A. A., Freshman Debating Club, and the Roosevelt Debating HE EE Club. EE E i 5 .Fl 5555555555555 w,- b . n .iairman of the Class Gift Committee ill C'i1.ixRi.Es Pow1s1.L, JR. 233 Columbus Avenue 'Hott' sweet are looks that Indies lend O11 wlzom f,l0l1'fflT'0I'S fall." "Chass" prepared at the Sacred Heart School and is going to Clark College. He was a member of the I-li-Y Club, Glee Club, and Theta Siffma. Q C D ff 4 ff' 'fwj milf' , 'I ja ggkl f ,Y U im ul l7RAN?3UC13yL55l. 152 Columbus -Xx enue . bf 9fZfEC"'Ez'c'1f dllllllllg fo do Smile uatec r ni Prince Stieet School She be rt: X id . i K I I longed ltl'q5ll6VSOlJll0lllOI'C Girls' Basketball 'leam ANNA PURGAY 533 Quinnipiac Avenue "The 111iIn'c'st manners, and the gclztlcxrt licczrtf' Anna entered from Strong School and is going to the Normal School. She belonged to the Upper Chorus. work. ' fu - 'jf iEEEEEE5EEEHE5E5EEE5EEEEEEEEEEEEEi'5EEEEEBEElE'5-'q lX'1i.i,1s C. Posr 125 Mansfield Street "Far fra i1!gf1gfc'1'tidsfa11d the ways 0 III 11 .h an "Stubby" an from the Bridgeport H1 li School and is going to New ' rk University. He was a member ot the Boys Glee C ty!-7Pin Committee, Roosevelt Debating Club Football ml cl was Captain of the Senior Boys Brel etball 'leam Sauna Rixniiwowirz 36 ll ard Street "True in 'zt'0rd, and tr-ur' -in dc cd Entered from X'Vebster School and is preparing for office IEEEEEEEEEH J' 5 lXlARIUN REnMoNn K 570 Howardpkvenue ".-1 mz'rry lzvfrrt malecflz c A' ' rful l'lIlll1fl'lItllIL' "Mary Ann" prepare ere rt Soho z will enter the St. Ra hael's Trailing ch .es. e was a member 0 t L sk tball Teanrfthe Tennis Team. Tumor :mc Senior Drama ic b S Janish Club -X 'X Smut .,f -D ,I ll I ming Club, A. R. G.. and the "lNathan Hale" and "Nothing But the Truth" casts, business. NURENE RE1l.1.Y 186 Filmore Street uC,lt't'I"fll1ll0SS workx tc.'ondvr.v."' . Q linterecl from Strong School. C ' 'kllusir lzatlz rlznrmsf' Clubs, Phi Delta Sigma, and the A. A. L1l,l.1..xN Ricurek 495 Oak Street "Thr apftlazmr of l1'.vtm:i11g somites to romn1mza'."' "Portia" came from P. S. No. 76, New.Y0rk. and will be a private secretary. She belonged to the Literary Club. Senator Dramatic Club, and was Secretary of the Roosevelt Debating Club. - l'il.URENCE IQFIED 169 Whalley Aveiitie Nfl H004 flvflff is lwtfrr than all the livarfx in flu' tum'Id."' "Maggie Darlin' " came from Dwight School :incl will enter STILLMAN H. Rica 102 Lomlmrd Street "Sticky" entered from Clinton Avenue School and will enter business. He was a member of the junior and Senior Dramatic E E E ee E ea '55 ea if-5 i dl 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55 55 55 5 55 5 5555 QE Romaur Rosn 23 Thompson Street 5 EE "And flzrxv are his most PVUIII-fllCllf Iruitx: EE 5 Ha has a good Ii-me and .vtcrrs rlcm' of r1afc.v."' E "Rosy" prepared at Ivy Street School and will go to the 5 Newport faval Academy. E fiZZLwL il E 55 5 EEE Gruxnrs Rosx2N S43 I-lowzuml Avenue 5 of smile is llIfff1lf'Ii!'!' than a grin." ,469-jll' 5 5 Ri" "Lorraine" cznne from the Technical High School, 'S - QE EE li'e'lTl, and will enter the Normal School. She helongecl to the E QE Freshman and Sophomore Choruses. A. A.. Roosevelt Debating E Club, and the junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EE 55 5 5 5 5 5 55, '.l'n.i.n os- QTHAL 19 Daggett Street g ' et gelztlmztxvs our .strung C11-'f:Ol't'UlIlClIf lve."" E EE C .Ld ted from Truman Street School and will he a sten- H51 EE She was a member of the Upper Chorus. E JQQ 5 5 5 5 EEE joslcrn RUHANO ll VVillis Street EE K'S1'Ivn v is goldvrif' 55 E "Joe" graduated from Ivy Street School and will enter a 5 college ot' accounting. He belonged to the A. A., and the Boys' EE Lilee Clulm. 555555 555555 LEWIS M. RUBI 77 Orchard Street EE lu ame fromh S ehool an go to the EE gi Georg 'o-wi versi . - member of the 'M mor and 5 E51 Senior '1 C 'I Y Club Rooeex elt Cb'lf1I'l EE QV F' 1 . , V54 ' r Q Q ,C P A .. .4 e .. '21 I g-,E , ... . 9' 'sh ,D . as UQ .1 ' : ,- FD . s 'Q' ' 3' ffl. it - 5 e " 2- F-6 Q A 3 .. 5 . 3 2' m ' E., ' 0. 0 fa. j. ,, , . ,, A 4: Us 55 55 555 5 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 5 5. 5 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 555 E QE li'r'r.x Ruin 270 Ashmun Street E "Ono who striz'c?.v har good car sc to 1I0fF.'U ' bracluated from S tool and will CIIICI . -I-hdtv 0. K C - X 1. 1 K tr J. Q the Normal School. She onge ie Freshman Chorus, breshman Debating Club. and the Senior Dramatic Club. Nixom Russorix 599 Elm Street "Q-il lady of taxis and -not disfi1ay."' Entered from Dwight School and will be a teacher. She a member of the Senior Dramatic Club. IQHEA SACIIS HHllOClC Stfeet "In nolcs by ciisfcz-ucv made more .tic ict." "Turk" graduated from Trun n treet S cl will go to the Boston Conservatory of u 'c A ff elonged to the Freshman and Senior Chorusesy Irs' Glee Club. Freshman Debating Club. Focus League, Swi miing Club, A. A., and the Junior Dramatic Club. ' it yr i ilr. ,lmgric liA'l'IlRX2N'S-lQiAl. C 27 Asylum Street .. , -,J . . . . , "1'J41t'7ldS111f7 has power' to .S'00flZ'f? UjfICz'l01l in llt'I'.,' Uliktsgi entered from Webster School and will go to Colum- bia. She 'belonged to the Freshman and Upper Choruses, Freshman and Roosevelt Debating Clubs, A. A., and the Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. Es'r1s1.L1a Six1.'rzER Q., 539 Orange Street "Some tlzinls tlzwzt1g'1d ix uzizdv for from and frolir. and so do I." "Telll' 'came from Orange' Street Scliool"1a11cl,,will be a teacher. 'She belonged todthe Freshman Chorus, Freshman Debating Society, Focus Leagueg'Senior Chorus, Senior Dram- atic Club, and the Girls' 'Glee Club. ' i fx 5 5 5 EE 5555 f' E ,J J 5555E55555555 EE l L X 'F' 55 EE GRACE S.'xPRo' N 5 286 Ferry Street QE EE "Gm: cl ir e r rzagc, C0lldIlf'f,l1lld rqnipugv." g "Gracio s' fsvf- ed from Strong School and intends to he a EE QE wrivate 'lbw She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, BE QE .1 . - the J r and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EE E E Egg ATYRTLE SAULT 190 'k Street Egg EE "For I lmld it om' of the ic"i.rcsf things fo c11'1"'c 17l'fl5"i. 'EE EE "Salty'! prepared at Clinton .X Sho and will enter business. She belonged tgfltlY7Un3i ' ramatic Club. gg S C ' Fw T BE l 9."l"1,vf lj! i M A SE ee T ff fa tw il ea I I 1 in EE ATXRY Scnisns. ' ' 56 Ann Street QE EE "A gtfllflt' 'mind by flfnflc dvca's iN-Ix'I10'Zi'l1.'U "Mimi" entered from Vllebster School and is preparing for EE EE business. She was a member of the A. A., Roosevelt Debating EE BE Club, and the junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, EE 55 55 .. L O c I-4 CD ff: Fi H4 PM F1 2 T1 H rn r ea w 4:- O "1 Q. 5 '1 an m FP E 91 1 . T u mid always right in- .rtyIC." E "fa " re d at Scranto S t chool and is preparing EE EE for tl ' arton Sch l f Fin 1 'was a member of the EE Fr sl .n Sophpmo e, mor Basketball Teams. He beloige o F n ai Sophomore Debating Clubs, Focu: ,e ie, y Glee Club, and the Junior and Senior i Dran .lubS. 55555 55555 gg RUTH SCHMIDT f T " 15 Townsend Street EE EE 0071, wlfflf 'UZUIQICI' this world br c1z1'la'reu were 110 rrz.orc."' E ii "Babe Ruth" entered from lvy Street School and will go to EE 5 the Normal School. She belonged to the Girls' Baseball Team. EE E555 E 5 5 5 5 5 E E 5 E E 5 E E 5 E 5 E 5 E E E E 5 5 E E E 5 EEE E5 55 55. 55 55 55. gg HE EE' EE EE SEI E5 EE E5 EE. gg. EE HE. SE gg. EE BE. EE 55 EE. HE. EE E5 EE. EE. FEE' LESS. 555555 55555 QE M.-xRc:.'xR12'r Scnook 162..Frank Street QE EE "Maggie" prepared at Truman School and will enter a school 5 of music. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Glee Club, EE. A. A., Swimming Club, and the Senior Chorus. EFI: EE E M Egg EE NIARIGN Scirrtr ' 17 First Street, Highwood EE EE 'iff he tu' ' V ave a friemi 'is to be one."' EE i i ' cottiel' ared at Ivy Street School and will go to EE Coiumbi?j e belonged to the Senior Dramatic Club, Swim- QE ming oli b, and the A. A. EE 1 I QE Bl..-XNCIIE Smmlxn ' Q 3 1:8 Gone Street ' "MiIdm'ss mak ' C or lI1WH6'SS.y' EE Entered from Gre 1 ree . 'lixlciol and is preparing for EE QE business. g EE .J . , , , EE '.',"f" , l EE . 1 i'lAR0l.D SHANKMAN i 26 Scranton Street EE , "Ho who dom ambition sh1m."" EE EE "Hank" graduated from Prince Street School and is going 'JE EE to New York University. He was a member of the Boys' Glee QE Club, A. A., Naval Unit, Menorah and the Junior Basketball EE Team. EE 5555551 555555 'l'Ess1EiSHA11PE 392 Congress Avenue EE "Sim is p1'c'1'fy to 'walk with, and -witfy to talk willz ana' f?lUl1.S'fIiIf-, EE' .IEE too, to think auf' EE 'Tess' came from Prince Street School and will enter EE EE Columbia. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Freshman EE Debating Club, Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, Roosevelt QE EE Debating Club, and the News and -Class Book Boards. EE H555 555555 EEEEEEEEE5555555555555555555EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEHEEEHEEEEEEESEEESENSE EESEEESEEESESSEE'SEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEBEBEEEEEEEEEEEBESEE Hi EE . E 5555 5555 EE IERWIN SHAW 400 Lexington A-Xveiine QE EE "Strange to 1110 world, lic wow' it lmslzfzrl look." "Daniel Boone" prepared at Strong School. He will enter EE .v E' .. 3. :: 'D Q Q ... :T 33 E555 BEER EE .lonN C. SHAW it nzfloflkfauey EE "O, .voiuzg Loch 1I'Z'lIl' is come' on of ff'Qt1' fb" "California" entered from the Long Beach,i ,alifornia, High EE EE School. He was a member of the Executive Cgmniittee. Senior EE Dramatic Club. and the Football Team, and was Chairman of PEE QE the Prom Committee. EE E All es E PHILIP S - 1AN 154 Shelton Avenue QE EE S ' -ri football he sliimxv ti qnim' .star EE gg it In jarring, too, ln' ranks nliofu' the par," EE EE ' hyliss' came from Prince Street School and expects to E5 EE I New York University. He was a member of the Fresh- HE EE Ill Debating Club, Senior Dramatic Club, A. President of EE the Boys' Glee Club, P. A. I.. S., and Captain of the Football 5 Teain for two years. QE Bti EE 55525 5555 EE RIARTII.-X Sinifiziv 884 Elm Street' EEE hlliligvnf student .rl1t'.' mid not 'Zl'1.fll0Ilf rvxiflt. " EE "Marr" came from St. Boniface School. She va: 1 ibei QE ol the Freshman and Senior Choruses. E BE IDA Susom, qi i 98 Elliott Street EE QE "Ready in lzvarf, and ready in lzamlf' EE Gracluated from Scranton Street School and will enter EE EE C olumhia University. She belonged to the Freshman and QE Senior Choruses, Freshman Debating Club. junior and Senior EE EE Dramatic Clubs, and the Roosevelt Debating Club, EE EJFBEEEEBE EE EE E E EE BE HE EE EE EE EE E EE EE EE EE EE EE get EE .EE EE EE EE EE EE 55 551555555 EBEEEEEEEHEEEEFUEESE555555EEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEBEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEE ea 1 E E 5 QE BERTHA SILVERMAN I, 'V I V147 Franklin'Street l A EE "Zeal is i11.ziis tr1 ?ll0TK'Zl'dglt'.H gg EE Prepared at O ang' S' eet Sdiool and will enter business. gi She belonged t reshman Debating Club, Freshman QE gg Chorus, Senior . rus, and the Radio Club. EE 555 555 1 . EE SYDNEY Sn.x'121m.xN 34 Park Street EE QE "fl mfzn Im svrms of t'lIC't'l'flll Qvvsfv1'da-V and confidant EE EE l'0'lll07'7'0'Il'S."' g EE HE i "Sid" prepare at Grange Stre.etfS31ool. He was a mem- HE ber of the Foot Baghallfancl Basketball Teams, and was QE Chair izuyof th tsifljicturc Committee. ' E 5 QE EMMA S1'rN1'rsKY 41 Orchard Street EE E Hlllllfll 1 ronsidm' how my light is spent." EE "Em" entered from Scranton Street School and will go to BE the Normal School. She belonged to the Efficiency Club, A. A., EE QE Senior Chorus, and the Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EE 55555 E' EE I x ' . QI NIURI-EL Sl.,sv,EN 54 Frank Street 1' ' 111. ' " fare is shinizzg fhrozrglz ,I-FI' rloudy curls." ISE EE , fxxfyllfiff' came from Truman Street School, and will be a EE EE st nographer. She was a member of the Pin Committee, Class QE EE Day Committee, A. A., and the Freshman Chorus. BE, 5 I T E EE A1aR.:x1'1AM SMITH . Vv22M Scranton Street HEI' g . "Oli, that you ever a-walecl10ci'111c from sleep." . "Dynamite" gradluatecl' fromf Scranton Street School. He was a member of the A. A., Boys' Glee Club, Upper Chorus, 5 5 EE Junior Basketball' Team, an'd'the Football, Basketball, and Base- A EE EE ball Teams. H gi EE , at 5 A 5 H ea ea ea ee. E ea ea ea ea ra ea ea ea ea ea ea -Ja ea ee ea ea ee ea ea ee ea ea ea ea ee ea 5 E eaea 555 55 5 5 E E 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E' 5 E E 5 5 E Ei E E 5' E' Ei E5 5' E E5 jmnnz Smrru 56 Morris Street QE "13f'Iivt'f' me if all flmxz' l'lll1it'Gl'l'7lfj yoimy rl1arn1s."' EE EE "Jennie T" prepared at the Truman Street School and ex- EE EE pects to enter Columbia University. She was a member of the QE E555 5555 Swimming Club. and the Freshman and Senior Choruses. gg XYINIFRED SUDERISLOM 429 George Street SE "'lIvr life -:vas furnilzg, turning. in nzasfuv of heat and sozuzdf' QE EE "XYinnie" entered from Orange Street School and will go 55 QE to Columbia. She belonged to the A. A., and the Senior EE EE Dramatic Club. EE 5555 5555 EE DoR1S Slhxklgs 75 Exchange Street EE EEE I "If ladies bv but young and fair, they lxcrzu' flu' gift to know iI."' QE "Dorie" graduated from Strong School and will enter Sim- QE EE mons College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, QE EE .-X. .-X.. and the Senior Dramatic Club. BE E555 555 .- K-1 3 , 9 w Q m A f .4 U S 2 S T: I C pp 41 E E 3 'A -1 '-I rn : Q' Q sv 'E PP 4 Q E' -I va sv fm : fm UQ N 'D CLI P W- - fa F5 'Q fb 2. FV' -- 2' 'f 2 1 f ,431 E . U5 I "1 Q 'ID Q.. 2 :T Z 'Q' ' cn rn 2 2 rn -1 QL Connecticut College. She belonge .n - e is Chorus. b by .S ff 7 f 3 ? Egg Rosa STILLMAN 7 213 Orchard Street EE "iHcnre, va-in dcluding joysf' QE "Row" graduated from Scranton Street School and expects EE to go to Columbia University. She belonged to the Freshman EE Q15 Chorus. and the -lunior Dramatic Club. E55 E E 5 E 5 E HE HE EE EE EE 55 55 EE EE BE EE EE EE HE EE E EE EE 55 SE EE 55 EE 55. 5555 5EEEEEEE555555 5 5 'mp 5 1 J., BE CLARA M. STo1-oF1f Q 90 Sherman Avenue EE EE "Prinrif'lt' is alguqyv 116: nhnttogrzol clLrpverii1lg."' "Clare" prepared att'-el'f'ebsteRSiE1gQl,l"a11cl will be a private EE QE secretary. She was a member of t A. A. A QE 5555 5555 EE 'l'n121,MA S'roNE 645 Quinnipiac Avenue EE EE "Happy am I., from care I am frecf' EEE "Teddy" entered from Ivy Street School. EE 5555 E555 EE lim H. SU1fox'i'rz 168 XVashington Avenue EE 'flu all :my tasks I find flu' greatest j0y."' QE Entered from Scranton School and is preparing for business, gi She belonged to the A. 1'X.,iFI'65ll1Tl3.l1 and Upper Choruses. Senior Dramatic Club, and the Roosevelt Debating Club. 55 55 5 E E if E sa i A 55 EE l.Il.L1AN SWAR' T , 10 Scranton Street QE 'i'F lzi-nz alom, 5 him will I comb 111,-v Izmir." QE EE "l ' ent X X I f m Strong School and is going to a secre- QE EE tari. Sc-holll' ' he belonged to the Freshman and Upper ga EE Choru s, irls' Glee Club, Freshman Debating Club, and the QE Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. as rf as 5 uf 5 EE VVILLIAM Sw11u,xN fl 51 Day Street EE EE "Business is 1 lat a man nz-akcsvit, good or bad." HE "Lanky" preparlc at Scranton School and is preparing for EE Syracuse Universniii. He belonged to the A. A., and the EE an 23 U7 FD U' E. H FD S13 hw Kr 5555 5555 SX by i C EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE J 55555555555555 JJ ,- 5 g C oNsT.xNcl2 'TxAYl.tBi V' 'AJ 320 lilm Street "She "cane iftfnzingfbl Miogzjdv feel the tourlz of vurtlzly g aff ay E EE "Connie" entered from Dwight School and intends to go to EE Simmons College. She belonged to the A. A., T emus C lub, ag Senior Chorus, and the Senior Dramatic Club. L 5 5 EE joslzi-11 H. 'l'1-1ixI.1x1zRG 248 Orchard Street QE EE "Still Ut'1lll'tZ'l.Hg, still pnr.ruing." I QE EE "Joe" prepared at Scranton School and intends to enter 3 EE EE business. He was a member of the Focus League, Junior and ,pf QE Senior Dramatic Clubs, Boys' Glee Club. A. A.. Senior Chorus, QE and was Business Manager of the Class Book and Assistant EE QE Business Manager of the FOFIIXE, President of the Roosevelt Debating Club, Manager of the Senior Basketball Team, and a EE mcmber of the Junior Basketball Team. HE QE Nomuix TH,xi.1sER 1 , 248 Orchard Street gg " ix HlilIl'l!f'Zt'l.f11 klI0'Zt'It'd!1t'.n EE QE Prepared a cra ton Street School and will be a kinder- QE QE garten teach Sl belonged to the Freshman and Sophomore EE EE Choruses, 1 . JK., and the Senior Dramatic Club. EE E55 555 SE -'XDIUU 'l'110MAS 72 Third Street EE EE "Gen-tlv in mm1.m'r, firm in rvalit-t'."" "'Tommie" camexfrom Truman Street School and will be a QE QE private secretarisislie lnelongeil-Egglie girls' Glee Club, F resh- EE mani Junior ant ttfiffginiis, ' xe ittive Committee, aitd was g the Secretary of the ClafsQpdwPre'siQgm'of the Girls' Glee Club. EEE 5 E EDITH THoR1'E 305 Lenox Street EEE QE nmidrzz fair 'zuiflzout jvmtmzrvr, EE gg Blrmrvd with rvamn and common sc'n.vv."' EE. EE "Bobby" prepared at Strong School. She belonged to the EE as ft- ft- as 555 555 55555 EEEEEEEEEE 55555555 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55555555 g? DOROTHY TODD 248 Howard Avenue EE "lfVigd0m is the greatest tl:-ingf' EE EE "Dot" came from St. Mary's Academy and is going to the EE E Holy Cross Academy, Vlfashington, D. C. She belonged to the QE EE Freshman and Upper Choruses, Girls' Crlee Club, News Board, BE EE and the Class Day Committee. EE 55 55 55 ' 55 CATHERINE TUBRIDY 324 Blachley Avenue EE "Merit is sure to rise." EE QE "Tub" graduated from St. Francis School and will enter EE QE business. She belonged to the A. A. H5 55 U- A 55 55 5 A 55 55 55 P Z U 77 Fl 2 H E in O C7 7 n-A CII U1 U1 Q -1 if v Q. ffl "1 U7 CD r-r EE "In rx 'ZC'l1'l'SfHllg woirc I stand before :ny mirror, 'lUZt'0l1f'6'l'HL"d, EE EE and tie my tic." EE EE "Andy" entered from Roger Sherman School. He belonged EE EE to the Junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs, was Business EE QE Manager of the News, a Cheer Leader, and took part in EE QE "Nathan Hale" and several minor productions. BE 5 5 5 55 55 M.xRoixRET TU .La CI 199 Rosette Street EE EE 'It Ls the e K a L an long to bc patient and silent." EE "Perf ' can 1 Truman School and will be a private EE EE secret . Jelonged to the A. A., VV. I. R. C., and the BE EE ' Sx ' ming b. - EE 555555 555555 MADELINE UNGER 18 Park Street EE EE "'Hence, all your vain delights." EE "Madge" came from the Union Grammar School, 'West EE QE Haven, and will go to the N. H. N. S. G. She belonged to the EE QE Freshman Chorus, and the A. A. EE 555 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 P 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 '55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 5 5 5555 555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5. 5. 5 5 52 5. 5. 5. 5 5. 5. 5. 51 5. 5 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5 5 5. 5, 5, 5 5555 5 EE l,EN,x Wix1.DRoN X 252 St. john Street EE "Along flu road that leads to cuzytvlzcw '." EE Entere e3'n1oL1x' Center School and will be a sten- EE ographer. S 'as a member ot the A. A. EE 5 2 5 'Z C Z P: P Z C P1 Z 4 P 73 : U 7 'A S5 'S P1 C if D N. 'Sa 3 '4- 'S 'br ?' C P-5 'ZJ 73 ,... A .- N FD T 'S ri 'Ji "Connie" entered from Lovell Grammar School and intends to go to the Yale Art School. She belonged to the junior Dramatic Club, Swimming Club, Freshman Chorus, and the 55555 555 I. It n-L. 'Z' N. 'S -... 'z 'U- Q '-2. 'e Q H-. 'K 'm 5 Q S: Q- Q, ... -. -: 2 Q 'Fx -a -4 -.. ki S X fl- A. A. M:xR1oN XY1sB121t 85 Laurel Street EE "Mo" came from thex-,Union ct School, East Haven, QE EE and will enter lnisiggdsf Sh Jxelonged to the Freshman and QE EE Senior gjcygu5cs4"Cirls'.Qle6'gli1b, and Swimming Club. EE 5 ' -mmf' 5 5 5 EE lX'1lINNlli Wfisuislrsiix' 295 Cedar Street gi EE "The dome of though-I, the palace of the s0ul."' QE "Minn entered from Prince Street School and will enter business. She belonged to the Senior Dramatic Club and the 5 AA - u E 555 555 EEE il'lEl.EN XVEINER 174 George Street 55 gg nfllzsmzrv of occupation is l10f rest." QE QE M "Sally" came from Orange Street School and will go to EE Simmons College. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus. EE Freshman Debating Club, Swimming Club, and the Junior and EE Senior Dramatic Clubs. E 555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE 5555 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE S'1'Ell'AR'l' K. W EIR 87 IiCllSlllgfOl Street l QE EE "I am flzc 1l'IlI.S'fBl' of my fair, I mz I 0 U- in A 5 .muI."' 5 "VVeary" was prepared . x iool, and intends to E enter,busines'. was mem er of the Boys' Glee Club, EE President the bl ' nd Senior Dramatic Clubs. Senior QE EE CllOBtlS,,'.' e i ,ditor of the Sentinel, Editor-in-Chief of EE QE the -Ne 1tor-in-Chief of the Class Book, and a member of QE EE the-rafts of "Nathan Hale" and "Nothing But the Truth." EE 5 ' as gg " FRANCES XX-'HEELER 32 Chatham Street EE -Y Q " waz d bca 111 ' ai ai'."" EE EE " ' '1e" c 1 ie School and will go EE QE ' to th N. H. . . S e igecl- to the Freshman and, EE QE Semor Choruses, A. A.. .lui cl Senior Dramatic Clubs, and QE gli-E the Girls' Glee Club, and VV. J. R. C. EE E ' l S 5 EE 'FHELMA NYH1111' f 32,3 85 Harrison Street BE EE The lzcawll lL'll?flT1!ildX her flmt .rhv miylzt admirvd br." EE QE "T ie ' evarkd fronltx his Mary Frances Benton School and EE EE will El 1' busilresb. Shh was a member of the A. A.. Fresliman EE Chor is, VV. Hi R. C. 5 5 E l 5 QE E5-1-HER WOLF 50 Button Street EE f , EE f'BnI in the black eyes sparlclmg .rfvcll EE EE i' Ill' vstcry and 'miscl dwell. EE EE "Dimples" came fTOl11 School and will enter EE business. She b longed to l Club. EE Freshman and nio lor if EE EE Clubs, Effxciencv vu , ' Club- EE 55 EE EE ANNAXVOLK u9naysufa Eg E "Still watcr' I"lllI5 dvvp."' EE EE "Toots" graduated from Scranton Street School and will go QE EE to Columbia University. She belonged to the Freshman De- QE EE hating Club, Freshman and Upper Choruses, and the A. A. QE E555 5555 5 as E as as as as as as as as as as as as as as es as ss as es as as as as as ss as as as as es ss lf. I EEEEEE55555555 EE V ,ffl C f gg . ,,, C E L.xU1tETT.x XVoo1x 170 Plymouth Street g "Conte sIcvp,QL,1flEep flu' very knot of prf1fv."' E EE "Laurie,' Cl'1lCI'9fL5il'0l1l Truman Street School and will be El QE EE private secretary! 'She belonged to the Freshman Debating QE EE Club, Pres ?'Ell1'Cl10I'llS, A. A., VV. J. R. C., and the Swimming EE Club. fd , HEI J ' 1 i 1 1 55 tt it HE B1a1.1.1s Y.x1f1f11z 250 GeorgulXStrI ' QE 'ilelzizbitioiz is the father of nfl:17c1.fc'11zcn.t.",,,ll ffl EE "F1-eckles" came from Orange Street School go to Columbia. She belonged to the Upper Chorus, Junior! ramatic Club, and the Swimming Club. YV for 555 E55 55 55 EE DORIS XYEUMANS 259 North Front Street EEE "Hm' modesty is tvorflzy of tvidc i1l1lifflfI'0l'1.U QE EE "Dot" came from Clinton Avenue School and will enter EE QE business. S EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEE Mixoniz 'YoUNc: 72 Gregory Street "Tl1cy 1:011q4z,u'r who bcliezfc they cfm." "Mud" prepared at Ivy Street School and will enter business. l EE' JENNIE XVUDKIN 405 Ellsworth Avenue EE "l'V01'k dom' with care 'IIVUJCI' goes :H1rvqz1iftCd." EE "jerry" prepared at Prince Street School and will go to QE EE Pratt Institute. She belonged to the Senior Dramatic Club QE EE and the Senior Chorus. EE 5555 5 E E 5 E E E E 5 5 E E E 5 E 5 E E E E E E E E 5555 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 E 5 E E E E 55 5 E E 5 E E 5 E 5 E E E 5 E E E EH EE QE NELLIE ZWEIGBAUM 852 Congress Avenue EE '24 true friend is forewr a frie'11d."" EE "Nell" prepared at Xvebster School and will enter Columbia. She belonged to the Freshman Debating Club, and the junior and Senior Dramatic Clubs. EEEEEEE EEEEEEE QE T'IARc:,x f C. " 1 sox 220 Ferry Street EE EE 'fl'7fll7II first I sau' sweet Peggy . EE EE 'Twas on a 1Hfll'kL'f.dUj'.D EE EE Pe f" entered from Ivy Street School and will go to the BE EE N. . N. S. G. She belonged to the Swimming Club, Efficiency EE Club, and the Basketball Team. 5 . S 5 E E EE ITELIX GUERNIER U , . 66 Bassett Street EE "Tim dl'1lg1 aci.vy, md 1110 rozmfvr, EE EE Yo g ty, . dapma r dc'b01zai1'." gg EE Felix grad ed f or rnard School and will enter busi- E ness. He was 25 GM ofthe A. A. EE SEER 555 Rose FOSCHINI 572 Oak Street EE 'Tlzcre is not cz mom-cult 'witlzo-:at som-rr duty." ' BE "Rosie" graduated from Scranton School. She was '1 EE QE member of the Senior Chorus. ?E 5555 55 EE BIARION E. IYIAHONEY 361 Lenox Street EE "fl Delphic word." E QE Entered from the Branford Grammar School and will be a QE EE stenographer. EE 555 D EEE EEE E EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE E5 EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EEE 9555555EEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEESEEEBEHESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE lialehirtnrimfn illlwaagv CIczss111.afcs : This is my message to my dear classmates. of wh-om I have cherished kind thoughts for the past four years. lt only seems but yesterday that I entered these portals of learning to seek that foundation for further edu- cation. To me, these years have had a far-reaching effect in creating a de- sire for more knowledge, and for the higher and bett.er things in life. It has given me a greater understanding and appreciation of things beautiful. I have but one wish to make in leaving this institution, and in bidding fare- well to my classmates and to my teach- ers. It is that the coming years will be as fruitful as these years have been that we have spent together. May success and happiness be yours and may your thoughts of Commercial always bring happy memories. ESTHER lVot.if. Salutatnrianli illlvamxgv Classmates: W'hat a 'volume of meaning in that word! Truly, mates. The four years that I have intermingled with you have been full of joy and happiness. Fresh- man. sophomore, junior, and senior, at last. Hlow long, yet how short, the time has been? Is it really over now? I can hardly believe it. Shall I no longer walk with you through the cor- ridors? No longer carry books back and forth to school? And yet it is true. I must wake to the realization of the fact. I have learned much, fel- low classmates, in mingling with you. learned far more than books could teach me. I have found great joy in being a senior. and planning for my senior year. But now that it is over. I shall be like Old Age looking back over my high school days. and com- forting myself with joys of the past. But I must not lament. I am very fortunate to have had the opportunity of this high school education, and I shall always treasure my days among you as most happy ones. INIINNIE XVERBITSKY. EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE BE BE EE EE EE EE HE EE: 55 HE EE .E-E EE H? EE EEE SE BE EE EE E EEEEEEEEEEEEHESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE En 555555HESESSEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEESEEESEHQEE EEHQEHEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE EE EEEEEEEEEEEE R E Jin Elmglr ifmnh Mos! Popular Girl-F1.oR.x GUBERsRv This little verse I'll have to write. QE "Flossie,s" a popular girl, all right. QE And so she shares the title grand QE EE K Of popular lady of High School Land. QE EEE Most Popular Boy-.IAM ES DAXVIN The popular boy in a popular school QE H ls the boy that's good-naturedg that's the rule. EE He's all that and more. and whatever we say, BE Let's here give three cheers for Jimmy-"Hooray Y" QE BE Class Beauty-jUsT1 NE MORRISON QE The poets all sing of thee, EE So l'm going to try EE To tell of thy beauty. W'ords fail me-Oh my! '- EEE H axzdxoizxvst BON-JOHN SHAW EE Our "Handsome I-larry" you all know EE To every girl he is a beau. EE You know we all like johnny Shaw. QE He's the best dancer you ever saw. EE EE Most Atlzlctjr Girl-F 1,oR.,x GUBERSKY EE Dumb-bells and horses, and parallel bars, EE EE She could drop a "basket'l on the planet Mars. EE So here's to lilossie, our basketball "Cap". 5 You bet she comes in on the very lirst lap. EE Most Athletic BOX-JAIVIES DAVIN Football, basketball, baseball bat. EE That's our jimmy, l'll bet my hat. EE Right over the goal g and baskets, too. All this he does for me and you. EE Most C hecrful Cliff-LORETTA CoUc:H1.1N BE Loretta Coughlin sings all dayg Most cheerful girl in the class, they say. And we hope in later life ga EE She'll make some man a cheerful wife. EE E 5 EE Most Cheerful B0-X'-EDVVIN GR.'Xl" EE QE "Eddie" Graf is a cheerful boyg QE His smiling face to us brings joy. EE Carefree and gay, and never sad. QE EE It's nice to be a happy lad, E E5555555555555 Q55E55EEE5555 QE Best Talkers-GIRL AND Boy gg? QE The applause of listening senates to command, ' QE Lillian Richter and Joe T halberg will go hand in hand. QE They are the best talkers we have got, QE QE And that's excepting quite a lot. QE EE Biggest GVTIICIIX-GIRL AND Boy EE E Late at night with beating pulse E5 EE The biggest grind, fair Helen Hulse, EE EE ' And her partner, Arthur Healy, EE QE Burn the midnight oil quite freely. Best Patronism- of the L'u-nch-Roolm.: Girl-MixR1oN SCOTT EE EE Marion Scott likes a cafeteria lunch. EE EE On sandwiches, candy and cake she'll munch. EE QE It would surprise us, if at a future day EE She'd be a famous dietition with a big, fat-PAY! Best Patrolzism' of thc I.'IlllCll--RO0Wl',,' Bay-JAMES DAv1N EE g Apples, sandwiches, cookies and meat f hot dawgsj. EE QE XV ith our champion eater you could not compete. EE QE He'll pine away, they're starving him so. EE EE Says he, "All the same, you're not so slow." EE One Who Has Done Most for School and C1085--STEXYAR'1' VVEIR EE A unanimous vote for Stewart VVeir, EE EE The one who did most for the High School dear. 5 He's done a lot for his classmates, too. EE This, you'll agree, is only too true. - EE EE Onc Most Likely To S'llCCl'tT'd-fXRTHUR HE:XLY EE EE Arthur Healy will surely succeed. EE EE He always helped his friends in need. EE ' He works hard, and is awful smart. 5 He's a good boy, honest, and a "Great-heartn. g Class Bdbjl-JOSEPH IQIRBY HE EE By-baby-by, in your pink bassinetg QE Sleep, baby joe, our little pet. EE Joe Kirby is the class baby boy. This class-book for him will be a new toy. EE EE Favorite Tcarlzcrs--Miss BARNUM AND MR. OsBoURN EE The most popular of the faculty EE Must be the best as you will see, EE VVC will sing from here to Farnum EE The names of Osborn and of Barnum. EE QE H ardcst and Easiest Years- EE EE Of all the years we liked the best, EE EE The Sophomore year beat all the rest. gin: EE The Senior year we had to work, EE QE XVe could not then our lessons shirk. EE E555 EEEEEEEEEEE 5 EEEEEEEEEESEHEEEEEEEE555EEBEHEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEE! Most Popular Book-"'I'HE CRISISU QE The greatest story of them all, QE ISE Including books both large and small, EE E Is this, 'tThe Crisis", and we all say, QE QE To read this book, "It really does pay." . QE EE Mus! Pofmlar .'1llflI0l'-XVINS'1'ON CHURcii1l.1, EE EE XVinston Churchill, by majority vote, EE HE Is the author who really wrote EE EE The books best-liked by all the class. . EE EE As an author of world-wide renown he'll pass. HE M ost Popular Movie F f1'U07'I'ft'S-VV ALLACE REID, Noiunix TALMADGE. QE In the cine1na world we greatly delight. QE QE For instance. we wonder if this very night EE EE Our favorites, "lVally" and Norma T. are here. EE gg If so, we'll have to go see 'em, I fear. EE EE i Il-los! Bashful Girl-ADRE.x THoM.'xs EE EE Today's a day when there are few, QE But Adrea Thomas, I think, will do. EE Though a bashful girl, she's all right. EE'-I EE Marry some day? I think she might. EE EE Most Baslzful Boy-THoM,xs FENTON EE EE Thomas Fenton-fthis is not a surprisej- HE 5 Meets a girl, and then he shies. HE BE I-Ie's awfully bashful, but did you know EE EE I-Ie played a good part in our annual show. EE QE Most Serious Girl-LILLIAN GR11fF1TH EE EE Lillian Griffith is very grave. EE The road to success her way she'll pave. EE She never laughs, or sings, or plays, 5 EE But she'll remember her high school days. EE Most Serious BOQF-STEVVART NVEIR EE QE He takes everything right to heart. QE QE Always he worked from the very start. EE EE YVhile other folks are full of glee, EE EE Stewart and frivolity never agree. QE Slccflvirwf Gif!--l.URE'l"l'.X XVUOD EE "O-ho-humm, I'm sho sheepyf' Yawns Miss Loretta IV ood. 5 Her dreams make you creepy, BE QE In one, upon her head she stood. EE EE Slccpicst .B0j'-.LXBRAHAINI SMITIAI BE 5 Mr. Abraham Smith, the sleepiest boy, EE HE Told me today I was a kill-joy. EE EE But here's a secret, if he doesn't get wise, QE QE He knows more than we think, I'll just,sui'inise. EE E555 EE EE EE EE HE EE EE E EE EE .EE EE EE HE EE EE SE EE EE EE HE BE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE 'SE E E555 55555 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E 5 5 5 E E E 5 E E E E 5 E E E E E E E E E E E 5 5 E 55555 Gllaaa lgrnpherg H-r'D"" 250 Q00 u naw U5':4:' C305 Cfg'-1 UQv'E.lf5 Zia-?'e', .- fniim mv-.-293 H-Tfdmr-n "tU'-tv-11-r s-'ea :Et-U.. UTM-1-ii - 422 H2155 --4-1-...gg 5' Sr' 5 25' mr-1""'VQ wifi-7,-h vqsch' Ggirno 1:55 ,TQ . :i-'E 23' 3 ,fb n-J -, - E40 2:2-O ...gr-3 asa: ,, H, EO,7rn Norm? :ull-Lag. k4.::s- QL,.I."m -Ju-J ED-Q-.. Qing?- f5.F' Cru'-'UI QQ-gg I S140 as-me OITU1' E O'-' H745 I-l,Q,-JP? ...going ifwgvr o -im f-:"t'J: V4'r-11111 1-rf-,:."' S977-.-az. .'lCfQ"U 55 EE UQ "1 FD so TL '4 P+ E If r-J FD Q. av T m "1 FD if 5 o PM : 12 Q E. KZ' FD be .. Bi o U1 .C "K fb ., o PW' I FD O no .. ... FY: o "1 :S .. . sv U3 7" : I" P-4 5 'T FD as .. ,H 4 After departing from California, I decided to visit Mexico. I believe I was o: as 29 EE' fD"1 an 'W QE cnc. fflr-I 2.5 9-E gfc -fl 5:2 .. 13 50,1 r-3 'za .'l'."' QS was ULU! LD PT' OFT Ph HE, g. 715- ,Am fn? 5.2 Gr 53 2- Om 'ir' ml -4 FD Ara. P-EE' FT7 3? . md. -8 r-Eg.. se- QE was 'DUI -1 N .. n-0 9 2 GJ Yi U' ro fa DJ S CD ro O V-h S' ro -1 Ph S13 'SI- r-J rn -1 w. 91 C! Q. F? '-1 rn 51 E 9 F' Q! E The people there treated me with great respect, although they did not allow EE HE me to go out, except on very rare occasions, and then many guards were sent to EE BE watch me. This being the case, I was unable to depart from their country. After HE EE spending two weeks as a princess, the real princess was discovered, and I was EE EE thrown into prison and held as an irnposter. ' ' EE! E After suffering in this dungeon for a month, I was given my freedom. How- QE EE ever, my health was so injured that I was taken to a hospital in an unconscious QE EE condition. EE XV hen I came to my senses, I seemed to smell a peculiar perfume. VV hen the gg EE nurse who was attending me passed the room, I recognized the odor as "Peg-O- EE QE My-Heart." How could 1 forget that perfume after Evelyn's liberal distribution QE EE E of it in the English class! My thoughts wandered to Evelyn MacCalmon, and I EE EE shrieked out, "Evelyn !"- The attendant immediately approached 1ny bedside and EE 5 to my astonishment, my class-mate Evelyn MacCalmon, was standing before me. EE-J Evelyn informed me that she had to look after several patients, but would return to me shortly. XVhile waiting for her return, my thoughts wandered back to my friends in New Haven, and to the good old Commercial High School days. I longed to learn something of my other classmates and decided to ask Evelyn for some news of them. 5 E EE 55 5 Evelyn returned presently, and then how we did talk! She told me that she EE EE had enlisted in the Red Cross, and offered her services to aid the suffering people QE EE of Mexico. I assured her that I was delighted to see her, as she was the first EE QE acquaintance I had seen since I was taken captive. How Evelyn laughed when I EE EE told her the trouble the California sun had brought upon me. I asked her if she QE 5 knew anything of your classmates. Her eyes brightened at once and then how she QE EE did talk! She gave me an account of her trip to' Mexico. I have space here for EE EE only a part of what she told me. QE QE w "'Why, Eth! NVhile I was waiting for 1ny train, I saw a crowd of people at QE EE f the station who appeared to be having a glorious time. I drew nearer the group QE EE and saw that a big celebration was taking place. I inquired about this and learned QE QE that this was in honor of Louis Reubin. "Oh, Ethel," she continued, "Louis has QE EE become a noted member of the Salvation Army. You ought to see him in his EE 'IEE broad-brimmed hat, and oh, my, such long whiskers! I am sure you would never QE cr CD :: FD 4: FD FP :- N f'f' sn 11 52 '3 :s 2' 9 1-L. Q.. Q. -J E v-3 UQ FU UI 9 Ph 0 o s "I In FD :- FD :- .v CD 2' G : 23- "I O 'A7 Q E U7 FP O D"h 55 55 EEEEEEEEEEEEEE 555E5 EEE5555 the time. Speaking of Louis, did you know that Ethel Kimmel has become a great EE poetess, and now as in our high school days, most of her poems begin, Oh,-+Love, EE EE -tlsouisj. V - P EE QE "At theistation I saw Bessie Lapides, who was driving a brand new, seven- QE EE passenger Pierce-Arrow. Marie Klimpel, Pauline Kuritch, Estelle Kaletsky and QE EE Anna Krivitsky were the other occupants in the machine. QE QE "My train arrived just then, and as soon as I got aboard, it started with such QE EE a force that I lost my balance and bumped into one of the passengers. I turned QE EE about to excuse myself, when to my surprise and bewilderment I saw Goerge Lee QE E and Fred Lewis. They told me that they were on their way to attend a shorthand 5 EE exhibition. Did you know that George Lee has beaten all records for speed, and HE EE is now the VVorld's Champion Shorthand VVriter? Fred Lewis told me that QE 35 Harriet Malitt and Eva Malley were attending the exhibition also. I left them at QE EE the next station, as I had to change trains. EE "lVhen I arrived in New York, I still had three hours time before I could get EE EE my next train, so I ventured into the Al jolson Theatre. Arriving at the theatre EE EE rather late, I was unable to get anything but a gallery seat. As I was at this EE EE immeasurable heighth, I could scarcely hear a word, but shortly after I entered the EE! EE theatre a trio appeared on the stage. There was no mistaking their voices. It EE EE was that famous trio, Edwin Graff, Vincent Beschel, and George Harold. They EE EE sang their old favorite songs, just as they had sung them for us at the Dramatic EE QE Club meetings. gg t'After the show, I took a bus." EE QE "VVhat is a bus ?" I interrupted. EE EE i'Don't you know what a bus is? You certainly must hurry and get well so EE EE that you can get back to the United States and become civilized again. Now, who EE QE do you think was in that bus but Stewart Weir. Stewart has become a reporter 55 I-95 O "1 r-r :T fb 2 'IA 61 Q Q W R' 'Za 'Z' fb 1-9- O - D.. - 5 U3 'r-P L7' 93 v-r ...- .-A -. Ili 2 O "1 77' -- 5' 9 C.. FD -. r-r 3 1 5? v-. U' iT PN O "1 T .... T3 -A 4-1- O EE keep in touch with some of our graduates. I-Ie told me that Arthur Healy was a QE EE member of Rapp's Orchestra, and was quite pop-ular with the ladies. Stewart EE E insisted that we go back to the theatre. As we passed the I-Iippodrome, a picture EE EE of 'Andy' Tullock was all lighted up by electricity. 'Andy' has taken the place of EE 'Eddie Cantor'. Alice Bergeron is his partner. Stewart and I waited until the EE performance was over, and then what a reunion we had! 'Andy' said that he just EE QE loved his work, and Alice seemed pleased with it, too. Vtfe all started out and as EE EE we reached Fifth Avenue, l noticed an electric sign with the inscription: EE EE lhrIANICURING AND I-IA11e,DREss1NG, Gertrude Moriarty". EE EE ' "Goodness,' I cried, 'can that be the same Gertrude P' 'Andy' assured me HE EE that it was. W'e walked on and on. Stewart told me that his chums, joseph EE EE Thalberg and Moscovitz, were to participate in a debate to be held in the VVhite EE EE House. BE EE "By this time it was getting pretty late, so I decided to remain in New York EE EE over night. I bade them all good-bye and went to a hotel. I was about to retire QE EE when I noticed a most beautiful woman. I inquired as to who she was, and was QE EE told that she was Miss Ethyl Barry, formerly of New Haven. I spoke to Ethel EE EE and she informed me that she and Alice Bergeron were starring in the Ziegfield EE 55 EE' EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE BEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEEEEEBEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEE Follies. She also told me that Marion Redmond was trying to run for president EE of the woman suffrage organization of New York. Do you remember how she EE EE could get votes at our school? EE 5 "The following morning I boarded a ship and sailed for Mexico. Nvhen I EE EE saw the captain of the boat he seemed to eye me curiously, and then all of a sudden QE E he came up to me and said, 'NVhy Evelyn l' At first I was very much puzzled, but EE EE then it dawned on me that the captain was none other than 'Jimmie' Davin. He QE EE said, 'Come, Evelyn, I am anxious for you to meet my assistant' I at once thought EE EE that there must be another surprise in store for me. VV hen we reached the upper EE EE deck there stood john Shaw. He was wearing three brass medals for his bravery. EE Ethel, it made me so happy and proud to have had such a hero for a classmate. EE "After a delightful voyage I arrived in Mexico-and here I am." EE "XV ell, I am certainly glad I met you, Evelyn, and to learn all the news." EE Evelyn then left me and assured me that she would see me often. 55 EE VVhen I regained my health, I departed for home. I returned on the same EE EE ship that Evelyn had taken and, of course, I, too, met Davin and Shaw. VV hen I 5 E reached New York, Susie Devine, Josephine Depgen and Lillian Swartout boarded EE EE the train. They were all successful business women in New York. I asked them EE if they could give me some information about our classmates. They told me that Iva Lennox, Sophia Berman, Gladys Kittler and "Flossie" Gubersky had won all IEE the trophies in the Chicago meet. '6Now," they said, "liaven't we just got to be QE QE pleased with our classmates ?" EE EE' NVhen I reached New Haven, I could hardly wait for the train to stop. My! EE QE I scarcely knew the city. It was certainly transformed. VVhat had formerly been EE HE W'ater Street was now an extension of the station. The buildings surrounding EE EE the station were similar to many of the New York buildings. EE QE As I walked down Commerce Street and into Church Street, I met Helen Ball, QE EE Ruth Atkins and Elizabeth Bannon coming out of the Palace. They informed me EE that they were kindergarten teachers in the private school conducted by joseph EE Horowitz. , EE QE XVhen I got to Riker's Drug Store, I saw Lena Kaufman. She was demon- QE EE strating the Latest Facial Massage. Among the people watching the demonstration EE E I saw Adeline Ives, Pauline Marsh, Eleanor johnson,Aall of them being accom- QE QE plished stenographers in the Merchant's Bank building. QE QE I reached 'home and started to look over the newspaper. I read that Charlie QE EE Meyers was a civil engineer and was making plans for a railroad to extend from EE QE here to Europe. EE EE Among the advertisements, I noticed that the Hyperion Theatre was producing EE QE one of the greatest plays ever seen, entitled, "A VVoman VVho VVouldn't Marry". EE QE The leading role was being played by Veronica Krenn. At the Rialto, which had QE QE been rebuilt, was being given, QE QE "A Bachelor Girl's Institute". QE EE No ma 1 admitted. QE HE By order ofi,i,..'nice McGuire. EE EE VVell, I was glad to learn all the news of my old classmates. It gave me a EE EE great deal of pleasure, because I never want to forget the fondest of all my EE ag memories-COMMERCIAI. HIGH SCHOOL DAYS. EE e ss EBE555EEE5355555EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEBEESEEEEEFI ssssssssgs E ss 55 as ss Q 55, ss ss ss ss ss ss HE ss 55 ss 55 ss, 55 55 ss 5. ss, ss as E. E sssssrissss, Ellie Gllama will EE . PREAlXf'lBLE: IEE One year and several months ago, our fathers brought forth upon this EE ground a new school. conceived by taxes and dedicated to the task that all EE EE pupils be educated "equal," A EE EE Our under classmates will little note nor long remember what we say EE EE here, but they can never forget what we leave here. EE EE Therefore, we the graduates of the Class of 1922, of the Commercial High EE EE School desire to make a public will, prior to retiring from our active work. EE EE VVe, the Class of 1922, have suffered greatly for several months from a very EE EE contagious malady. VVe have consulted many specialists, who have pro- QE EE nounced the disease fatal and have prophesied that the Class of 1922, must EE EE die very early in June. As this is the inevitable end of our Class, we hereby EE QE take final departure from this school of sorrows, joys, and unpaid bills on QE EE June 7th. 1922. nu s 'SESS EEE FP "1 O -1 FD -,UU wa L4... ff' O 43' 05 '10 OS S5 "1 r+ :LT 53 Ui H2 40 as :S 'rn H LCD 95 --nU'l Em ... O Q-N UQv- E-'B UQN m. 5.35 is f'i ...- Z2 ':." UE!- v-3 su VIP? 9.-v ELT ,no """t on 'HG' :cn v-'n-n ...,. SC Q. -ru AO ,,,,... OT State of Connecticut., City of New Harwz. declare this instrument to be our last will and testament and make the fol- lowing bequests: FF ZS' rn rn :sri 9.0 On- -'-15' .Qc 331 'lm U7 ff: UQ..- 5-5 A ws' Q40 r-3 Oi- 93 ,-,UI .... Img 44 mm 14,-A On Sw 54 -rc :D VC ': U-1 mln E5 V23 Frm do O.. Ella 0- .32 Lac m"1 mx' QS' GE DL ,,,. nw 50 9.-f 25' wi N. L43 If'f' ingj-'This is the end of a perfect day.' " To the Sophomores, we leave a collection of bells so that the other classes will know when they are about. 5515555 555555 EE To the juniors, we leave our wisdom, our good looks, and our great pride, EE' EE also all the ribbons and Flowers worn by us at the Prom, to be used by them QE EE next year. U i 1 QE EE To Mr. Spencer, Principal, we leave a suggestion that he have a bus line EE EE for the benefit of the tardy pupils. gg To Mr. Murray, we leave our fondest wishes for the privilege of always EE looking as youthful as now. QE EE To the teachers and to them alone, we leave the honor of being the only EE EE ones to use the front door. EE To Mr. Filiatreault, we leave a stock of brand new bells to make up for EE those he has often wanted to throw at the boys. EE EE To Mr. Osbourn, we leave a heaping tray of ham sandwiches to help him EE EE through the fall term. EE HE To Miss Zeigler, we leave the gre 'imior Class with the privilege of EE moulding their shorthand abilities according to her desires. BE i To the coming classes we leave all our old books, all broken violin strings, QE EE all our left-overs in the lunch room, and to the juniors we leave the special QQ QE privilege of occupying the first seats in the Assembly Hall. EE E555 EE EE EE E 'SE EE EE EE EE 'EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE BE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE E BEEF: Q5 E 5 E 5 5 5. 55 5 5 Ei 5. gf 5 5' 5 E' E' 5' 5' E E' i E E 5' 5. E 55 E5 To the faculty, we leave our appreciation for their efforts in our behalf. 55 The following dying members of the Class of 1922 wish to make indi- vidual bequests: I, Ethel Levitt, leave the bread box from which I have offered so many speeches to anyone who needs it. I, Veronica Krenn, leave my sympathies to anyone taking French. I, -lennie Smith, do leave my terpsichorean ability to Alice Crane. with the hope that she will be as successful as I have been in avoiding the super- visors. I, Arthur Healey, do leave to "Fat" Cassidy, my rules of diet. I, john Shaw, do leave my host of female admirers to Frank Chatter- ton, with the request that he take care of them as well as I have done. 555 I, Loretta Coughlin, leave my unlimited ability of public and private talk- ing to Lillian Davis. li FV' Io Z tif" me 95. 'Q-1 'ti' Qc :J ...'-5 35. O... 3,2 QF' I-131' gm 'JN We "'rn F55 -'-4' ,,. r-J we 140 .. 25' F30 '11 30 35 Fio F-Af-v. NJ go- 'Ol :cm W2 0- 'hs- :xc 1724 si: gi 33 mf. ns QTUQ N T: -:J N 'X 2 5 I, joseph Kirby, leave to John Davidson. my copy of "Daily Dozen" which has so improved my physique. I, Helen Hulse, do bequeath my ability to remain silent to Ruth Quint. I, Tessie Sharpe, bequeath my gaudy collection of sweaters to the Navajo Blanket Company. I, Estelle Saltzer, leave my variety of woolen hosiery to the same worthy cause as stated above. , 55 E55 EEEEEEEEE D'-1 :S 2 ,.. F? :a FD U2 U1 Z 'I :r FD '2 FD o M-v. 2 fb :- D9 4 FD rf Ef KD D. 20 -4 :- fb "1 O c: :s FY o w FD Ff- o .c "1 :- D9 : Q. N : ci.. U7 FD 20 T' I, Benny Epstein, do leave my basket ball prowess to my brother, with the instructions that he will continue to iight as I have fought. I, Alice Bergeron, leave to the "Library" my personal copy of Booth Tar- kington's "Clarence" I, Ruth Atkins, bequeath my expression of innocence to I-Ielen Markle. I, Edna Cotton, leave my "Flirtations" mannerisms while I am driving my father's car, to Helen Sullivan. CLASS OF 1922. .-ii 555 My by YQ E EEEEEEE5555555 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 E 5 5 5 E, E 5 EE 5. E gf E E E E 5' 5. E BE E E' 5' Eg gf E. E EE 55 - 5 EE 55 E5 EEE EE 55 55555 5555 EEEEEEEEEEE 55 EEEEEEEE 5 555 5 E 5 5 E 5 E E E E EE EE EE EE HE EE EE EE BE EE EE EE . HE EE EE EE EE SE E55 EE E CLASS COMMITTEES QQ EEEEEEE5555255555EEEEEEEEHEEEBEEESEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEE EE EE EE EEE EEEESEEEEEEESEEEEEHEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESESEEEEEEESEEEBEEEEEHEEEBESE .E-'E EE 1 1 EE 11 1 EE .Q Eg Eaeerutiuv Glnmmittvr Ig Edward J. Dwyer, Prvsicivllf E E52 w ll 1 g r 131-e1yn NI Cl EE EE Id G I g Henry Kell I NI D Ruth Ark HE EE E L tl xx lf ' Harr 1 1 B52 J 1 Sl: SE O 111 1 IW EE EE EE .EE EE 55555 555555 EE'EE EE EE EE EE E E E E EE E E EE E BE EE E EE E E E 3211515 55 E EE E 5 5 55 5 5 EE. E 5 5 5 5' 5 5 5 5' E '35, 5. El 5 gs 5, 55 E 51 54 5, E. 5. E EEE E s 5 5 E E 5555555555555 QHQHQEQEQEQEQEQEEEHSQEQH QQ D ie 3 QEHEQHQEQEQEQEQEQEQEQEEEQEEEQEEEQEQSQEHEEQQ Justine Molnson, Pu lp henmun. Edwin Graf. Pauline Marsh. Vincent llesvhel, D. er E 5 E - E 55 , , i EE EE Gift Qlnmmtttrr EE EE VVil1is Post, CllD.il'lTl2lllQ Max Chadys. Francis Foley, Pauline Mm-sh. 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E Bnnavurlt Brhattng, Glluh EE In December, twenty-live students were selected to represent the Roose- EE velt Debating Club. At each weekly meeting, a debate was held which proved EE to be very interesting and afforded the members good practice in oratory. EE The subjects were of world-wide interest and kept the students acquainted EE EE with current events. E5 EE VVithin a short time, the progress made in debating became very notice- EE E able, which was due greatly to Mr. Osbourn's splendid coaching. EE In January, the Seniors were surprised with a challenge from the "Scrubs," the subject to debate being, "Resolved, That the true solution of the trust problem lies in the direction of the regulation of combination, E5 rather than the breaking up of combination and restoring competition, it being QE 5 granted that trusts in general are evil." The affirmative side was upheld by EE Misses Pivnick and Richter and Mr. Gaffney. All three distinguished them- EE selves, in spite of the Judges' decision in favor of the freshmen. 9 The class of"22 is having a good foundation in debating on which the gg following classes may work. 5 OFFICERS Joseph Thalberg, PI'P.Vlil1,FIIf ' XVillis Post, Vice-President EE Lillian Richter, Svrwfar-v and Trans-urcr EE M EM B ERS . EE BE Charles Batt Samuel Moscovitz EE -Marion Degnan Belle Pivnick EE Rose Dworski VVillis Post QE Edward Dwyer Lillian Richter w EE Sarah Firstenberg Lewis Rubin QE Harold Gaffney Rhea Sachs EE QE Lillian Golden Katherine Sagal EE Arthur Healy J Mary Scheilm gg Alma Haeckel Tessie Sharpe EE Estelle Kaletsky Ida Seigle QE Alice Maher lda Supovitz gg Justine Morrison Joseph Thalberg EE EE lfsther Vllolf 5 5 5 ig?E55EEE5555 E555EE55555555 5 5 E E Q E 5 5 5 A 5 E EE! 5 5 55555555555 55555555E5 I . E E D 5 E55 5 E 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E 5 5 5 E 5 5 E 5 5 E E 5 5 5 5 5 5 55. E555 555555555555555555555555555555555555 5555555 5555555 'hr rum EE 'PHE NEWS was founded at the Commercial High School on February 10th, EE EE 1921, to improve and maintain the standards and interests of the school. lt is EE gg published weekly by the students of the school in co-operation with the English department. The Seniors took charge of the paper on May 19th, l921, and ran EE QE successfully until February when the juniors assumed the edilorship of the P E BE paper. EE E . The boards ior the past year were as follows: EE EDITORIAT. BOARD EE 5 Editor in Cl1IiCfiS'l'EXV1XR'l' K. XVEIR EE 5 5 QE .--ls.vz'.m111tx EE EE Dorothy Todd Arthur Healy EE QE Theresa Vickers Evelyn lVlacCalmon QE Joseph Kirby Ruth Atkins EE Florence Gubersky Charles Meyer gg EE Florence Botwick Ralph Civitello QE EE Ethyl Barry Reviera Hyatt EE EE Adrea Thomas Tessie Sharpe EE EE Gertrude Mortarty Ruth Quint E 55 5? Vincent Bexchel . BUSlNliSS BOARD EE QE Bzrsin-ess Manager-ANDREW TULLOCK Sf't'l'l'flII'-X' and Tl't'U.TIIl't'l'-ixLIFE BERGERON EE .ti.Y.S'iSflllII'S - QE George Fletcher Florence Miller EE EE Dorothy Hoffman Josephine Depgen QE 5 5 EE Faculty A1ii'ism'.v EE EE Dean lVlacCormac 4 Mr. YJ. D. Houston Egg Mr. George S. Murray ' EE 55555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE EE EE EE EE EE BE 5 55555 55555455555555555555535555BEEEBEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEESEEEEEEE 55 ISE' 55 BE 55 BE 55 BE 5 HE 55 EE 'SE EE EE EE 55 EE 55 EE 55 HE 55 EE 55 EE 55 EE 55 EE 55 EE 55 EE 55' HE EE E Ei EE EE EE EE EE E EE EE 55 Girlz' Bezrrnrn EE 5 EE EE ililll' Girl Reserves was organizecl i11 l9l9. by Soplnmiore girls. Mirgs QE QE ll2l'I1Cl'Ul-lj was the leader. ln l92O the name of the club was L'l'lZlI1g'Gfl to the EE All Rouncl Club. but was again el1ang'ecl to the Girl Reserves in 1921. The EE girls have a purpose ancl an icleal-"To Help Others". 'l'l1e present officers EE EE are: H QE EE P1-p,v1'dp11f ,.,, . l'ilizal1etl1 Nolan EE l'irv-Prr.w'dv11f . , . Gertrude Moriarty ggi Svwwarlv . . . . . ,lean Kyflfl 55 Trea.s'11rf1' . . . Rlarion Degnan EE Mlzmnlckx E l Marion 1qCilll10llKl Bella Pierce E BE l-lelen Keniley Anna Leafen EE QE lllargaret Kelly Mamie Kydcl QE EE Bernice McGuire 'l0SE'1Dl1l11C Depgen EE EE Mildred Lawrence Elizabeth Nolan EE Katherine l'.asel1 Sophia Berman E EE BE EE 5 iEF1l.5E'EE5E5Fh1E1'i'15E5E'15EEEl.5EEEl,5'EEE'.5F15ii'5E5EEEEEHEBESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEE E5E555555EEE 5555 5 E55 1 E E minrheztrr Zluninr iilifle Olnrpa EEE QE IJNIT N 1302 E EE . Top Row, from Ivft io riglf EE Tl Mae Cotton, Louise Phleghel I' 1 tl A 1 EE 5 E Z 0 4 5. "1 .mv H-1 -4-4 '4 2 FF F? :I 4 FD 'U 55 55 P ft m Row, from lvft to riigln' QE NI lx I I Gl Iys Kittler, Supervi S 11 B QE g X t t H per or Iva I Eg EEEEEEE 5 5 5 EE 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 E E 5 5 5 E E E 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 E E E E E 5 EEEEEEE 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E 5 5 5 gl E E E 5 5 E E E E E E or 5 5 5 E Eitrrarg ilivararrh Glluh E The l,,iterary Research Club was organized by members of the Class of 1921. EH under the direction of Miss Gilbert, head of the English Department. The work QE EE of the Club was turned over to the present members at the end of the year 1921. EE E5 The club was formed for the purpose of helping the members to appreciate good EE literature. The members spent many interesting afternoons studying the lives and EE works of the authors, and reading stories aloud. - It is hoped that the members of E QE the Literary Research Club in the future will have as good a time and gain as much gg prolit from it as have the present members, who are ' QE Adeline Ives, fDl'l?.S'l'dI'll'f Lillian Richter E EE Hum1Hnue1HukPwummf rnumionmui EE QE Ida Jacobson, 7il'C'l1S'll7'C?' Hilda Graves EE g Rose Dworsky Estelle Kaletsky ESEEEE E E E E E E EE BE EE EE SE EE BE EE EE BE EE EE EE HE EE EE SE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EEEEEE Eleanor Johnson Miss Gilbert, IJKIVIIIILDX' Jlmlzlvvl' 1 55 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55555 55? 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 V U 5 5 5 5 M 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 45, 5 5 1,5 5 55 ff 5 5 -3,5 55f5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 gg 555 55 55555 555555 5 5 5 5 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 5 55 55 55 5. 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 5 555555 53 5 -5 gi E55555555555555555555555555555555555 5 5 HE Es 55555555555555555555 55555555555555555555 as ga E E 55555555555 55555555555 55555 55555 555 55 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E, 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 955555 5 555555555X 5 5555 5 5 5555555555555 5 55555 Srhnnl lbrrheztra llurl Anderson Sarah Altliach Caroline Adams Charles Batt Elsie Brennan Ruth Bailey Viola Berg Marion Berg Marie Bachiocehi Eleanor Blakeslee Samuel Cohen Sydney Cohen Rose Goldblatt Etta Greenberg Sophie Goldbaum Clemence Cole May Cohn Rose Dworski L Alma Haeckel .-Xnna Harrison Catherine Culver Samuel Krivitsky James Moore l,ouis Millen XVilliam O'Connell Josephine O'Donnell Francis Olson Zareclc Talewashiau Charles l7innerman Samuel Levine Tillie Raeher Glaclys Kittler Virginia Doolittle Samuel :Xttehuler Barry Guthberlet Frances Grosvenor Rose Himmel fork Dirvrtor, MR. 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Adrea Thomas QE EE Vive-P1'c'sid011t .... . . . Helen Marek EE EE Secretary and Treasurer . . . .....,.. Marie Klimpl EE EE Publicity Member . . . ....... , ..... Revera Hyatt EE Pianist ....... .........., R osamond Swirsky . . . . Misses Krivitsky, Reger, Sachs, Marsh, Cohn EE Coach 5 Mrs. XVilliam Edwin Brown gg 553 BE EE EE 'SE a EE E EE a EE a a BFE EE a EE EE a a EE EE a EE a E555 555555555555555555E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5555555555555555555 55 55 55555 5555 5555 55555 5 555555555 55555555 ga 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 5 QE 5 5 555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE HE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE 5 EE EE EE EE BE EE SE 555 5555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E E E E E E E 5 E E E E E E E E 5 E 5 HE 5 EE E E EE E EEEEEEEEE Enga' C6192 Qlluh gg OFFICERS E EE Philip Sherman .... . . . . P1'f'siz1v11t EE QE Edwin Graf . . ...... Trvaszrwr EE Stewart Weir . . . Svrruiary and Librarian 5 E E MEMISERS EE Francis Foley john Davidson EE Salvatore Gianelli Thomas Gorenberg QE 5 Fred Lewis llarold I-lartenstein QE Abraham Smith Andrew Neubieser EE EE Charles Batt Nathan Raskin 5 EE Henry Bushnell Stillman Rice EE EE George Fletcher Samuel Rosofsky l EE VVilliam Fogarty Louis Rubin Egg QE Max Goby Edward Dwyer EE QE Charles Hatch Max Cohen QE EE Ralph Maisano Samuel Moscovitz EE EE 4 Allan Maum l,ouis Schenheld EE ' Henry Kelleher Joseph Thalberg E QE Abraham Moore Fred Shure QE EE Vincent Besehell Jerome Pagter EE HE Abraham Brodner Joseph Rubano EE EE Irving Lazaroff Louis Cohn 5 EE Charles Meyer' Leonard Levine EE Willis Post Rudolph Hilse gg EE Samuel Shrebnik V Theoclore Rosen E john Cassidy QE r aa i ea 5555 5 EE ai EE E EE EE EE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE E EE E EE SEER EEE 5 5 5 5 5 E E E 5 5 5 E 5 E E 5 E E E E 5 E E E 5 E E E E BE E EEE 55 E5 EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEE WEARERS OF THE QE FOOTBALL QE Philip Sherman QCapt.j -Max Chadys EE james Davin Samuel Bender EE EE .'Xbraham Smith Edward Dwyer BE HE Harold GaHney Abraham Brodner EE Willis Post John Shaw EE Sidney Silverma Charles Meyer EE VVilliam Fogarty QMgr.j EE 55 55 .11 EEEEEEEEE 9945 isa mi? 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EE BASEBALL Eg EE Wiliam Fogarty qCapt.5 Max Chadys EE Sidney Silverman Abraham Brodner EE EE Abraham Smith James Davin QE Fred Lewis George Fletcher QMgr.j EE 555 5555 E55555555555 55555553 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5, 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 55555555 555 555 555555555555555555555 555555555555555555555 55555 55555 55 555 555555 5555 55 555 555 555 5 5 5 5 5 5 EE EE 5 EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE BE EE EE 5 -A C'IYl7:fl-I-0 I 55 E 5 5 E 5 5 E E 5 5 5 E E E EE E E E 5 E 5 E E 5 E E E E E E E E E EE 555555 EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEE EE E EEE 55 E5 E555 E 5 E E E EE EE E EE EE EE HE E BE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE SE EE SE EE BE EE EE EE 55 E SEWER 55555EEEEEEEEEEEEEE i'KPuie1n nf thv Efllnuthall Swann Immediately after the opening of' the Fall term, Coach Morgan assembled all the prospective football candidates at Beaver Pond Park and took on the difficult task of forming a winning combination. Eight members of the 1920 team reported and this was the nucleous around which Coach Morgan was to build the team. Games were arranged with XVest Haven, XVilby, Hartford, Hopkins, Middle- town and New Haven. This proved a very strenuous schedule for the light but gritty Commercial warriors. The season was opened with VVest Haven High at Pratt's Field. The teams fought hard and furiously for one gruelling hour with neither team gaining an advantage over the other. The game ended in a downpour of rain with the score 0-0. The team, after correcting the faults of the previous game, defeated W'ilby High School team of Wiaterbury 18-0. After a few setbacks the team prepared for the annual classic with the neighboring rivals, New Haven Hillhouse High. The game was staged at VVeiss Park and was hotly contested until the last few minutes of play, when an intercepted forward pass resulted in a score for Hillhouse. Another fluke play of the same nature ended the game with a 13-0 score in favor of Hillhouse. "Pat" Osbourn, who volunteered his services, injected great lighting spirit into the boys and deserves great praise for his work. After the Hillhouse game the team disbanded and letters were awarded to the following players: Capt. Sherman, Davin, Smith, Davidson, Cassidy, Gaffney, Post, Silverman, Chadys, Bender, Dwyer, Brodner, Shaw, Hartenstein, Meyer, and Manager Fogarty. . T V wif' fgffkiihliiifi , ,-.fi '-'. C ,Lg " 1'-Mp., -1: 1 '., N ,,., - . .. ., .riff . f'iw.,,,,.qTg:,,gg5,k- 3 " .,T,.. EE Em, gl as 5 5 5 551' EE 5 5 E QE 5 E E E as E E E E E 55 HH BEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEE5 55555 'U 555555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5' EE 5' 55 5 5' 5 5 5' 55 5? 5 5 EE EE EE EE 5 555555 Eazkrthall From all sides, our 1922 basketball season was a success. At Coach Mor- gan's first call for candidates, nearly sixty answered. Among these were Capt. EE Davin, Chadys, Hart, and Bender of last year'S championship five. Even with EE this unusual talent, it took a lot of hard work on the part of the coach and EE players to develop the team-play and shooting that shone throughout the 5 E - season. "Fat" Epstein was picked as the fifth man on the quintet, and "Sid" EE EE Silverman, Brownstein, and "Bennie" Epstein made up the rest of the squad. EE QE VVest Haven High, our first school opponent, gave little opposition E EE and the team was victorious 26-10. Meriden High came next and they went EE home, beaten 36-19. The boys then went into a slump and lost to Hartford QE 33-19, Naugatuck twice, one of which was an overtime game, and to Stamford gg EE 28 to 25 in a very rough game on the latter's fioor. This ended the first lap of QE BE the season. QE EE . No better start for the second half could have been had than a victory EE ET over our rivals, Hillhouse. in our gym. Chadys, Hart and Silverman proved EE to be too much and we came out on the long end of a 26 to 20 score. Bridge- A EE port came here on Lincoln's Birthday and "Zeke" Chadys was again the high EE EE scorer and we won 55-37. The game was full of spectacular shooting and it gi EE was easy to see we had the better of the Park City lads in this department E QE of the game. In the last scheduled out-of-town game, we met Bridgeport 5 QE again, this ti1ne on their own fioor, and in a very exciting game we won again EE BE 31-17. Nearly 150 loyal rooters accompanied the team downstate, and an EE EE cheering debate was held. Although outnumbered, we gave a good account E EE of ourselves and the boys were well cheered for their efforts. EE EE We were then invited to Philadelphia to represent Connecticut in the EE EE Eastern Interscholastics. VVe won the first game of the series by a forfeit 5 EE from Steelton High 2-0. ln our second game, we were defeated but not dis- EE EE graced by Crosby, our Connecticut rivals, 39-20. The quintet then returned EE QE home to New Haven where they met Hillhouse in the last game of the series. EE EE Epstein won the close game with a pretty basket in the final minute of play. EE EE Score 22-20. As in the year previous, we went to Boston to compete in the SE EE Tufts-Fletcher Tourney to try and retain the cup won by "Mickey" Bot- winick's team the year previous. The preliminary game with Killingly High EE QE School of Danielson, Connecticut, was won 13 to 5. Davin starred. Edmunds EE EE High School of Burlington, Vermont, succeeded in chalking up a 26-25 win 55 EE over our team in the best game of the season. BE EE At the close of the Tournament, Davin was chosen Captain and guard of EE QE the All-New England Team. "Zeke" Chadys was given a position on the All- EE EE State Team. At the close of the season the following seniors received their EE EE letters: EE Egg james Davin, Captain Samuel Bender 5 E EE - Max Chadyg Benjamin Epstein EE Sidney Silverman Charles Meyer, Manager gg 55 55 i555555555555555555555555555555555555 fgagsgafasmga555Qagsgafgsgagagsgagaasgagaesgagagaga555555555555 5 5 . E E 5 E E E E E 5 555555555 EEEEEE55555 355555555E555 ssssssssssssssssssssisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssg 5 E E . i Lfiaaehall 59515511 E EE The first call for baseball candidates this season brought out about fifty QE 5 aspirants. The team practiced faithfully and the close of the Easter vacation EE EE found it facing VVilby High School of VVaterbury in the initial game of the EE EE second season. That contest was one of the most memorable games in the EE EE record of Commercial Baseball. It was a long drawn-out affair of twelve EE EE innings with VVilby finally coming out on the top of an 8-7 score. ag Manager Fletcher arranged a fine schedule for the team and ended up the EE QE season with the big New Haven game. V EE QE Much credit is due to Coach Charles M organ and Captain William Fogarty gg QE for their untiring efforts in behalf of the team. They started the team off QE EE well and there is no doubt that the team will win the majority of the other games. EE EE This season marks the second year in the history of Commercial Baseball HE EE and as many members of the team are underclassmen, this augurs well for the EE EH teams for the following years. EE 5 5 EE The schedule follows: EE QE April 25. Commercial vs. VVi1by at Vtiaterbury. QE QE " 28. Commercial vs. Bridgeport at Bridgeport. EE EE May 5. Commercial vs. Boardman Trade School at New Haven. EE QE " 10. Commercial vs. VVest Haven at VVest Haven. QE EE ' 12. Commercial vs. Bridgeport at New Haven. EE ' l6. Commercial vs. VVilby at New Haven. QE ' 19. Commercial vs. Lyman Hall at New Haven. QE QE ' 23. Commercial vs. Torrington at Torrington. EE EE ' 26. Commercial vs. Hopkins at New Haven. EE " 29. Commercial vs. Collegiate Prep. at New Haven. EE EE june 2. Commercial vs. New Haven at New Haven. EE u The line-up follows: 1 EE EE VVilliam Fogarty QCapt.l-Pitcher, Fred Lewis-Third Base. QE QE Harry Haist-Pitcher. Raymond NVhelahan-Shortstop. QE EE Sidney Silverman-Catcher. XVilliam Davin-Left Field. QE E Abraham 'Smith-Catcher. George Pettit-Center Field. QE EE james McDonnell-First Base. Harold Hartenstein-Center Field. QE Harry Lynch-Second Base. Max Chaclys-Right Field. EE Abraham Brodner---Right Field. 5 E5 EE The Commercial team is making a strong bid for the city championship E QE and the silver loving cup offered by the Sport Shop to the best scholastic team E ssssss O I-+1 5: :I P12 Q E 5 E s Zh f-F I ID 5 3 2 E. I -S ET ssssssss EEEEEEEEEE55 555555555555555555555555555555555555 5 i 5 5 5 Ir - as E Glnarli fllllnrganli EE message 55 5 5 The passing of the Class of 1922 l EE leaves Commercial High minus several EE EE athletes who have given their best to 5 QE their Alma Mater. XVe have only to EE EE look back and scan the various lineups BE gg of our teams this year, and 1922 is well EE EE represented. The positions, left vacant EE EE through their graduation, will indeed be QE QE hard to fill, but we must look to the EE EE lower classes to come to the front and EE EE carry on the good work. EE QE Starting as a new school in 1921, QE EE ' b Commercial High became a much talked EE EE of institution by gaining the honor of New England basket ball champions. gg EE Three members of your class helped to bring this high honor back and you EE EE may well be proud to .have them in your midst. It would be impossible for me EE QE to go into detail the many accomplishments of your classmates on the athletic QE EE Held, for they are far too numerous, but I am certain they will gain greater 5 honors in years to come. EE You have done well while at Commercial and now as you leave try and EE EE remember that we are still watching you, always hoping to see you on top. R EE We back here will expect a great deal from you and I am sure you will not EE disappoint us. ' BE It has been rumored that a new athletic field will be made for High School EE purposes. This will unquestionably put the spirit of New Haven schools on QE the very highest basis. The school needs this field and you, that have played EE under the difhculties that have presented themselves, know this only too well. After you go away from us. think this over and maybe your little bit will help QE EE us to obtain this much needed field. BE EE And now, members ot the class of 1922, as an au 1'I"U01'f, let me wish you EE EE every success-members of my athletic teams, I will watch your progress ' EE QE and with the grit and nerve you showed as athletes for the "Maroon and EE QE Gold", I am sure I will well be proud of each and every one of you. EE 55555 i55555 CHARLES H. 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N , l . , ' I vu X H A Q f ln D 1 7:1 I N l I l 4 . . . . . , ' 5 I , I 1 I U Q W 'l . V l 'gg-a i-O : 1 l .............. ' J' l Y l """"' QN. YL when a railroad deteditve wa! made and 3093 aflefi-he Stock WM l I V 5 . - . I I . w I v , ' i l-ii ' 4 . W! ! V I I t ,. , Q .. ,, l I I f w . 7 44 , U , . , . iz-iii 7 4 Y l w 5 I ! Trust Buster Declares M any Of The Association Should l . Be Buppressed. i Washington, Avril 12-Trade as- sociations throughout .the countryd were asked today by Secrebaryi Homer to furnish' voluntarily to. the commerce department statistical information concerning industries to be published by' the government lor the benefit of business and the public generally. Sexeral hundred representatives' of national and interstate trade aa- nooiatlons met in conference with Mr. Hoover to discuss means ot nial-ungwavailable to the commerce- department data. on the various in- dustries at stated intervals. He told . the conference that the methods toy be employed in supplying ,the statistics could be best worked out with the individual associations de- slrlng to co-operate with the gov- ernment and stressed that the service was to be voluntary with no intent on the part of the depart ment. to force associations to tur- nleh statistics. . A . . Conalderablo discussion was de- voted to the application of the re- ins the arrival of pol-ice from Albion murdered today John Johnson 21 and Garfield Lamb. "3 of Bridgeport Goan. were arrested .when found huddled on the xvlatfor-rn of a bmztlge enfgfithe Fifth Avenue special a fast New York Central tralng 'lhe 'nan who were apprehended as IL result of a- request, ol the Albion authorlves that all lmina be searched for sus- pects. denied all knowledge of the caring. DUMPINII GRUUNIIS IN CLE -UP WEEK Prosecution To Take Place If .5 i 'Practice Continues, Says Health Officer. Immune Dr. George H. Joslin. health ofh- M :l41- .. .Denies Any Uonnection With The.,Sa1e Of The Bosch Magneto Company' l Wwhlnswn April 12.-Un a fur- mal statement replying to charges made yesterday on the door of the house Seeretary Weeks declared to- duy that the war department was doing everything possible to clear HAMDENS STREETS ,.. C0n,,0 .. such a way as to fully protect the interests of the fedelal Sox ernment. Cam-1 and property amounting to man: millions already had been recovered in the remuditing ordered 'by the present administration the secretary said and other con1.ra.cts were being reviewed as rapidly as possible. Referring to statements Lhat the firm of tiliornblower 8: Weeks had been involved ln sale of the Bosch .!Mu.s'ne.lo company, 'Mr. Weeks said he had not been connected with that firm since 1913. Referring spechdcallg to requests for an investigation made by 'Repre- sentatives Johnson. republican. South Dakota. and Woodruff. repub- lican. Michigan, the secretary said that if congress thought an inquiry put on t-he market. I think mv re' lationship to my old firm ln which I have every confidence as its hon- esty and 'businessllke conduct has been generally known. and that any!-, attempts to connect me with its bus!- ness or any other business is purely malicious. I would personally wel- come any investigation of that mat,- PY. unmrlins uns rnsml AS ima 0. ls. U. Lune Says He Has Dnscaqrde .Unionism For 'Red Mantle Of Sovietism. - Uhlcngru. April "1'2.-William Z. Foster. :who directed The steelustrlko, 'ui"'5'f'm" mf if' the 'a1'..S':.:2d.JafL,2Lf.:L f12s.2i1:lwsf? me d i s of with 93gD',tZI.tl,o. 'aggocxat ons and the' Y' - we -- v l'U K - V,,,"'wczc N- f1fr?'!v.2. .L -. 0f,fhe'A1'nefifiJff l uf h e l t M S mei in -mn ug 'gk NMQPR-fu -Z., '-,, - .A.x H155 A, hi QVVW g N , 3, vl,8' song ,ins gnorefo le you-ca ed ne :fa gnslrh:-ovasumlzq.:-. ,., hmiaumginmn irrmumtgpvngimgmfi nmgxmne lB,bOl'-0118-III' 1 . --x e aw..-4-WW x+-Q1 Q. - V Y ' Q ' Ish nba : ' . 'r an. t A . tm ,1 i M- . Chairman mum of fnfredeni "'5T'P'1 ""' " 'l' f "'?'f"'4 N' i -e"1 mwieii-end with as muc.h.ce5Qleef.!1l'RSe fWd0n:a0fn 'g:f0UHt 1:1-me Commission mm nm confer- fare Ions' the 10021 health 0mCef,1 have time mms mm-ning me sim- uviibni i. - nreagnnnemmn of-1. ence -that :here should be a. Dost- 919903 10 TW-V9 801116 Persons before: rnents made by Congressman Johm- Lfubor amd followed a session -in , tive interpretation .of the law sov- erning trade association activity and nointed out that all the acts now in force were directed against certain methods which resulted ln stating negatively the principle that the country was established upon the principle of competition. Trade associations. he declared, should bear in mind the funda- mental principle of the competitive system when considering any -ac- tivity in the light of the law gove erning their a.cts"by "fair treatment to all by all and the square deal." l 'Sem Edge For Phu Senator Edge, republican, New Jersey,-ideclmfed that "what business wants tb know lb where they are at." 'industry should have," he asserted, "the co-operative help from con- gress to the same extent that agri- culture has been permitted to organize outside 'the Sherman Antl- Truat, act." He reported that he ad judt felled to obtain- unanimous c ent by -the Senate to the creation ot a joint' eongrelaslonal commission to study business and co-operative organizations similar. to agricultural commission. ' 5 ' A He would push project -however. adding that' he looked- Tor- tlie creation otian agency .to which trade a.ssociatlons'Hcoul'd' submit lemsrand be told what the looalupourt if the practice con- tinues. ' Vvlth designated public dumping grounds about the town. there seems to be little attention given to the fact that these public dumps 'were esiblished for ubllc ur oses , D P , D in on-der to prevent the piling of refuse on the public highway. 'Because many of the streets of the town have no sidewalks, Dr. Joslin stated that persons are in- clined tg take the liberty 1to.dump their refuse on what is the curb or sidewalk NYIAS. and while there is a law forbidding this, the health om- cer clalmsgthat from a. sense ot local pride, if nothing else., this should be discouraged. However, 'the local 'heaflth ofll- cer says that there is liable to be some action taken In a, case that came to hh, attention yesterday, that of a. man dumping ashes and rub- N911 .Oh Circular avenue, and through evidence gained by finding discarded ,automobile markers, the idvliiil' of the persons that dumped 'the load, was made known. , Some .ofvthe public dumps are located at Newhall st'reet,,State and Merritt streets. Whitney and.Pa,rk avenues. Evergreen avenue.-Whitney 8V4m.l-le. m!0llDt?k1'!1'l6l, 'Bid Whitney 3VeFLUQ-D685 Wharf. isglpnown as the 'fH?u'owz" 'i - . '. . -. sou and Congressman Woodruff in thn house of representatives yester- day. At this time, I do not wish to comment on these statements except that the war department is doing and has done during the past year everything possible to bring about an effectivp auditing of controversial cases and, as fair as possible. to pro- tect the government. It has recov- ered in cash and property 1'1'I6m'y millions. and many additional mil- lions are in process of collection. -About 15.000 contracts have been audited. There ,were about 150.000 made fby this department. The oth- ers will be audited as. rapidly as the -force furnished by congress permits lt to be done. Several cases have been turne,-3 over to the ,department of justice where it is believed very considers.-ble amounts are due the government on account of fraud 01' otherwise. Courts Investigation. "I-n any case. the department has nothing to conceal and if congress thinks it judicious to make an in- vestigation. will welcome il with me assurance that lt will demonstrate the good work which has been done during the past'13 months with re- gard to claims, sales and with every respects ' X +1 '. 3 "There is. however. ,one .Der-801181 S matter Eonnected With H19 fb?-IWEBB' which the One Big Union movement was assailed and defended. "Back of that movement." Nr. Gompers charged." is the propagan- da, of radical revolution to over- throw the constituted government of the Uniteg States. To do that, as Lenlne himself said, the American Federation 'of Labor must be over- thrown, and Willia-ni Z. Bbster wants go become the autocrat of America." 1 "Lately," he continued. 'Tester has 'been ln :Russia with Lenine and T1-otzky. Uudginx from his own statements no man visitint the S0- viet was ever treated better. and yet in the few weeks that he wgg them he lost 30 pmmds. "W'hile I nm a. trade Unionist from the ground up, I am 'first of all an American and 'never have I known such a. self-aopoln-ted outocrat as this Foster who discarded Lhe I. W. W. doctrine to return to the red m-ant-le of 'Sovletism." Foster attempted to reply to Mr. Gompers' address but was shouted down. The meeting was then ended. Foster. in defending the One Big Uniqnjdea.. avsperted that, it was bound to comeg Wh.en lt went into eflect. he saiclgga un-lon, attdr .being aiithox-ized to gtrike. would ha-W the bdckiign of: every' other union' and i l ,ji r,,.f.-.i-,A . -. ,- A4. f , -V . fn - , gn if L ,aff - yy , ,-,. -- - W , ..,,:-v, vp .1-, Ap-,x-w vf-f.,.w 1: .-,:, ,ff,ofU-'i f f-1 . .- 21 ,vw g r N , . v '. Az. .- , Mm-. ,


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