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

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AS VERGILI SAYS, WE HAVE WEATHERED- MANY STORMS TOGETHER. NOW YOU ARE GOING ATO FIND OUT THAT THE WAY OF TRUTH, WHICH YOU HAVE SET YOURSELVES, IS ROUGHER THAN THE PATH OF LATIN. MANY OF THE BRIDGES THAT, YOUR TEACHERS CROSSED ARE NOW DOWN, BUT I HAVE AFAITHAT HAT YOU WILL FIND THE WAY. AS WE JOURNEY ON I HOPE THAT OUR PATI-IS WILL SOMETIMES CROSS IF THEY CANNOT CON- VERGE. OUR GOAL IS ONE. A . E ALICE BRADFORD HAMMOND E o A 0 35325 O D EEE? R3 5 Mxsux 'lf lilaculzlm, lfdl'f1lI'-ill-Cqfliff EIIIIIN K. DYER, .'1.9.S'I-.Vfllllf lidflor .'1.N'SI1l'I-lIfF.Y Mrxlixxxx .fhnuxsux Ilfmlurrrmx LEDEREIQ I':IlXY.XRIl blmxxsfm bI.xxl2'r l,l,.X'I"I' IUIIN lux' C'4'l1.m1' NIR, M14.l:Rll.l, l'. l'.xlNlc .-lrf l?cfmr'f111v11f fW'I'lCl'lIIEN XX l1,v1lYNs14l, .-Irl lfffilm' l':I,Ii.XNllR li1'1"1'121cI.1n'14 lfl'.S'lXli.S'.S' ISKLAIKIJ Q. HR.xlw1fmc1m I111mw1c1.l., lf11.v1'111'x.v .lltllltlffff Nlllnxexclm DIUNIQS RAWMUN11 XYIQRXYIIHIXI' l'.lmw.x1elx I' 1'1'zuI+:l4.xl,1m I Numu .X xmas J 1 xx' f Ii1.ra.xNm: 'l1Ul,l.HC1i R13'r1I l,3l2clil,1f:Y Klxczswx Wllmmx r, 'L ' ' ' ' ,' , 2 I ' , I ., . - . . at 1 . "-- , V tx -i .- n ll - . Ns w. ' L QI 2 E 5 5 E E 2 E 5 E E 2 E E E E E Z 2 5 5? E 5 5 E E gl Ill!llllllIlllllllllIllIllllllllllIIIlllIlllIIIllllIllIIllllllllllIIIlllllIllllllIIIIIIlllilIIlllllllllllIIIIHIIIIIIllllIIIIllIIIIIlllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIllIIlllllllllIIIIlilIIIl1l1Illllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll 'I kA' ' T r nowledgments , '1 51, ' ' 'V -'Q' I' l'3f,a"'I-'f"j1fg.i,l.'a' 'Z rg-'Q I f ' '- as as,rz:.f-'twgf2'2fff.. 4 K y 1 Q 1 . 1' va 'X ' 1' "ju- I The Editorial and Business Boards of the 1927 Class Book gratefully express their appreciation to: Mr Kxrschner, Dean Purdue and Mr Pame for their axd - and cooperation Mr Weber of the Weber Studlo for h1s assistance The S Z Field Company for their helpful advlce The Stoddard Engraving Company The Class of 1927 The Merchants of New Haven lllllllilllllllllllllllfllllllilIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIlIIIIIIIHIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIlllIIllllllllIIIllIIIIIIIIIlllIIllllIIiIllIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIllIIIlllIIIIIllIIIIIllIllllllllllllWllIlllmllIllllHMmWl WMm 5 . V A . Q . . ' . . n I . I . , - ig , -. as ' ' . 2 I 5 V 4 ,., 1, V ,V W.. P-'T ,., -, , . .ii .-sts, L- ua ,x . :- 3 S fir X A 1 Y Y im 4 Ti A x Mr I ' Ivy X f I fbi ft! l, 1, :lmggjw M lhdcu , , ,f !f WdehynJh:21 , 4 - . 'sinh ' A.,-M ssicei-.SSe T.1 eff: 2192 1.2 TO THE Cl..-XSS OF NlNlC'l'liliN TW'liN'l'Y-SEYICN: lt is now your turn to come upon the stage. graduate, and enter the ranks of that great anal worthy bocly of New Haven High School alumni. When you leave, you niay clecirle to bestow upon our school a visible gift for our Asssembly Hall to remind future classes that Nineteen Tweiity-seven shall not be forgotten. But to me a far more precious gift from your class has been your fine coopera- tive spirit and concluct during your years here. This invisible, spiritual gift ls invaluable to our school ancl city. Through it, invisible forces have been set in motion that will shape, not alone your lives, but the eoncluet of many who will fol- low after you. 1 thank you especially for this gift. C. l.. KIRSCHNEIQ, Prirzripal June 16, 1927. 12 ' 7 E '1 .ff.E -Q i ieflffe R-Egg ' TO THIE CLASS UI? 1927: You have impressed me very deeply with the realization that Youth has a heart of gold. You have been so kindly, so sympathetic, so ready to feel, and to serve- when you were most needed. lt has lmeen a lmeautiful giving of yourselves, and augurs well for your attitudes as you leave us to face life. God give you strength! Not to achieve The greatest things in life, Nor to pass hy In selfish Contest others in the race for power, Nor even to ontrun them toward brave ends, llut that at length You may relieve A little of the eare of human strife, and wrong and crime, And satisfy Your longing to stand straight in trial's hour, And comfort, joy, and trust to luring to friends, God give you strength! JANET M. PURDUE, Dean 13 - W ,Y gsm A 1 --..., l!?If5fSGS" QE 1:1192 752 TO THE CLASS OF XINIQTEICN 'l'XYliN'l'Y-SEVEN: A strong middle class makes a strong nation. Fortunate is that nation the majority of whose citizens are strong physically, intellectually, and morally! Education should help young men and young women to become good citizens. An outstanding characteristic of the Class of Nineteen Twenty-seven has been the steady development of a strong virile good citizenship among its members. Courteousness, a cooperative spirit, a strong sense of duty, and strength of character have made you good citizens of New Haven High School. Your attitude toward the responsibilities of school life is a happy indication that you will meet the duties of life in the same unflinching manner. IRVING N. CoUN'rRYx1AN, i-Issf. Primripal 14 :Swans f ityxa , ,'UlE mai TO THE CLASS OF 1927: Graduation activities luring us mixed feelings of joy and sadness. Before us, in the future, are adventures which we eagerly and joyfully anticipate, and behind lie many pleasant relations, parting with which brings real regret. The four years of high school now passed leave remembrances of failures and successes. But the prevailing mood is one of looking forward to the new responsi- bilities which we shall have to accept. The way in which we meet these responsi- bilities and carry on will be the test of our four year high school education. Not just the lessons prepared nor the recitations made nor the social activities engaged in, but the things which have entered into our character during these four years, as we have seen and used our opportunities aright, will he the proof of the value gain- ed from New Haven High, If you members of the Class of 1927 meet these new problems with open minds, cool judgment, determination, and a consideration for others, you will have caught and lived up to the spirit and tradition of New Haven High. No one doubts you will. RALPH XVENTWORTII, Asst. Principal 15 - --:- l 34,GLiEfSiS't g Qffig 553192 ii lVlERRll.l, l'.l'.x1NE, A.B. 55 Belmont Street Mr. Paine is head of the English De- partment. Amfknn li. l'ok'rE1z, BA., MA. 674 XVintlir0p Ave. Mr. Porter is lieacl of the Department of Classics. 16 effvane 3, ifgepg il glfenfaiig -Li THOMAS F. TAYLOR, DA., M.A. 345 Sherman Avenue Mr. Taylor is head of the Department of Modern Languages. i ARTHUR E. BUOTH, Ph.B., C. E. 49 Belmont Street Mr. Booth is head of the Mathematics Department. 17 TY, 'Si' - ' L , -1 ' W W -... 1J?Lff1f3fSf' h QE 3192 7 R-52 Rulalcm' L.XNGIJ.Xl.E, l'h.B. Short Beach Mr. Langdale is head of the Chemistry Department. XVll.l.1,xM If. BROWN 210 Yah- Avcnuc Mr. llrown is head of the Music llc pzlrtlncllt. 18 JCLASSX, HISTORIES K rv , ---7. fl 7 - . ' icziguss g Qigi 53192911124 Eflirezhman lflizinrg We of the Class of 1927 will scarcely forget that memorable day in September, 1923, when we, as freshmen, first entered the portals of Hillhouse High School. As is natural, we incurred a great deal of criticism and ridicule from the upper- classmen, but we all swallowed our pride and consoled ourselves with the thought that in the near future we should be lording it over another freshman class. These tormenting remarks, however, were only a small part of the many reverses which we received during the course of that first term. The largest incoming freshman class in the history of the school-up until that time, of course-duly assembled in the auditorium to receive the customary instruction from the principals. Then, after much unnecessary confusion, during which most of us succeeded in losing our way, we reached our appointed rooms and finally settled down to the routine of school work. Thus began our first day of higher education. The end of the hrst month found us pretty well adapted to the customs and habits of high school life. Latin and Ancient History, because of their novelty. found favor with most of us for a short time, but this attraction was very short- lived. A desire for action, accompanied and augmented by certain of the English teachers, drove some into the ranks of debating. Debating received a great deal of attention, and inasmuch as the 1927 Freshman Team was the only first year team in fifteen years to capture the Inter-class Championship, it cannot be said that time was spent in vain. Who will ever forget the mock trial which was held late in the year? Remember poor "Bill" Birely who, pressed to the utmost, was finally proved innocent through a plea of insanity. VVe wonder if he has recovered since? Those not interested in debating and kindred activities diverted their spare time to athletics. In this field as well, our class proved to be leaders. The Foot- Team, captained by "Al" Haynes and "Don" Carlo enjoyed a very successful sea- son, which was topped off by the winning of the state title with a victory over the Meriden freshmen. State championship honors were also annexed by the Frosh Basketball Team, which overcame all opposition during its hard fought schedule and finished the season without a defeat. The Baseball Team likewise boasted of a clean slate and, although it won no titles, decisive victories over the West Haven High School Varsity and Boardman indicated its sterling qualities. Another ath- letic achievement was the winning of the City Title by the Hockey Team. Turning to music, we recall the Ukulele Club, the Orchestra, and the Chorus as the outstanding successes. The latter, directed by Mr. Clark, is worthy of spec- ial mention because of its fine presentation of "The Rose Maiden" at Woolsey Hall. To retell all the incidents and accidents which took place in our initial year at Hillhouse would be impossible. The outstanding events of this hectic time have been chosen with the hope that they might serve in reminding the readers of our Freshman year as a whole, and that they might bring back memories, happy and not so happy, of the times, so long ago now, when we were just beginning in the school which we are so soon to leave. EDWARD JOHNSON 20 i .fa rt ing -- iam ,ULEPHQQJ Snphnmnre iqizinrg And then we were upper-classmen. Some of the class were compelled to at- tend the afternoon session, and, of course, it was a big disappointment that we couldn't all be together. Nevertheless, we settled down after a while, determined to make the most of our respective fates. I Soon came the elections for representatives to the Student Council. "jack" Kimberly, Wesley Tremper, and Betty Lyman were chosen from our number. Meanwhile, the Motto Club was flourishing under such capable officers as Presi- dent Ruth Clapp, Vice-President Wesley Tremper, Secretary Betty Lyman, and Treasurer "Herb" Norman. In athletics 1927 showed up very well. When the Girls' Inter-class Tennis Tournament was held, "Dot" Lederer emerged victorious, winning over the Fresh- man, Junior, and Senior champions. "Don" Carlo managed to secure a place on the Football Team. Hikes were staged almost every Saturday when the weather per- mitted, and at the close of the season, many of the girls received numerals. The boys' basketball games came along after that, and Haynes, Carlo, and Florac succeeded in making the squad. Several of the male members of the class spent most of their time splashing around over in Carnegie Pool, and Braslin and Verwholt finally made the Swimming Team. After two months or more of regular practice, the Girls Inter-class Basketball games were played off. High were the hopes of winning the beautiful big cup, re- ward of the victor, when the Seniors and Freshmen fell victims to the Sophomores. All these hopes were shattered, however, when, in spite of the excellent playing of Captain "Babe" Andrew, "Sis,' Andrews, "Dot" Lederer, Betty Ives, and Irma Flynn, the Juniors captured the title. We Sophs found even more to hold our interest after Easter. The Sopho- more Social, managed by Wesley Tremper, proved a huge success. Even though the Juniors had captured the championship in girls' basketball, we came out ahead in the volleyball contests, and Captain Ethel Beers, together with the rest of the team, received their N. H.'s. Meanwhile, Albom, Weigle, and Philip Horwitz composing the 1927 De- bating Team, won the Inter-class Championship. For the girls, Ruth Alpert dis- played great talent, and was elected President of the Girls' Debating Society for the following year. And then John Joy and Charles Albom were elected to the "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board, the first two members of our class to receive this honor. Among those fortunate Sophomores who won prizes in the various contests held during the term were "Ed,' Burritt, "Jack" Kimberly, May Umberger, Etta Corr, Elizabeth Cooney, "Dick" Weigle, and Ruth Alpert. ' That memorable Motto Club picnic at Lighthouse and Savin Rock brought to a final close the activities of our Sophomore year, and vacation was entered upon with the happy and satisfying thought that the coming Junior year would have much in store for each and all. FRANCES LYNCH 21 Q 'sl 129335 Qi -111-2? ffjfs iluninr iaiatnrg FALL Une bright September day in the fall of 1926 the juniors burst through the doors of dear old Hillhouse eager to resume their courses in "higher" education. But, aha! VVe Find cause for their eagerness! Having diligently applied them- selves to their studies as Freshmen and Sophomores in the years gone by, they now aspire to do things in the social and athletic worlds. The first chance for showing athletic prowess comes when the call is issued for football stars. Beaver Park becomes the scene of much action. All the young hopefuls chase the pig-skin about the field in a brave attempt to live up to their motto, "I'd rather be halfback than president." And across the lot the girls strive to win glory and honor in the noble sport of field hockey. The Juniors seem to be noted for their absence from the team, but, before the end of the season, a few suc- ceed in making a name for themselves- On one eventful Thursday about this time a typical mob scene is witnessed swarming about the doors of the library. Sorority and fraternity names are back! The next Monday lucky Juniors are to be seen wandering about the halls, joyfully hugging their pins and tightly clutching carnations and roses. Many new things are inaugurated this fall. A fall High School Day is proposed by Malley's. The juniors go in strongly for this and learn the noble oc- cupations of fioor-walking and the running of elevators from "A" to HZ". The "Sentinel" offers a panel to the class having the highest percentage of subscriptions for A. A. tickets. The class of 1927, maintaining its reputation for school spirit, wins this honor of course, overcoming the imperial Seniors with a margin of 5.76W and completely swamping the mere Scrubs and Sophs. Big thrills are had when the Field Hockey Team defeats Mrs. Day's "Stick and llall Club" for the first time in history and especially when the Football Team humbles the pride of haughty Com- mercial to the tune of 7-0. Don Carlo, scorer of the noble touchdown, is chosen leader of the grid team for the coming year. Out of the numerous aspirants to political fame four juniors emerge victorious in the race for Student Council. The lucky four are "Al" Haynes, "Mel" Roberts, K'Bobby" Yerxa, and "Rus" Gaston. Christmas vacation now draws nigh. WINTER The winter season seems to be prominent because of the basketball games. The Juniors go in vigorously for basketball and, behold, some of them make the team. Again we see "Al" Haynes doing big things. Everybody supports the Bas- ketball Team nobly-coming in time for the dancing. But despite our frivolous tone, our team is nothing to be sniffed at. Team after team succumbs to its fierce onslaught until, as a final triumph, it wins its way to the State Championship. The Swimming Team, in the meantime, makes a big splash in the world of athletics. Nakashian paddles about victoriously, while "Johnny" Rraslin imitates a frog and thrills appreciative audiences with exhibitions from the high diving board. The dear young maidens of '27 take a sudden interest in swimming. They clamor for a swimming team of their own and make many plans for the installation of a girls' 4 22 L g a s QE .za ,VTE nag swimming pool at Hillhouse. lncidentally they support the boys' team loyally, help- fully urging on their favorites with feminine shrieks, gasps, and suppressed screams. Many other things are happening. The -lunior Social draws throngs of Seniors to the gym, who completely ignore the fact that the social was not planned for their particular benefit. The Senior Chorus sings an oratorio, "The Creation", fondly hoping that they are making a big sensation in the musical world. fThey didll The A. A. produces a minstrel, "Happy Daysu, which is a big success. Suddenly "Dick" XVeigle finds himself a most popular young man and is swamped with offers of traveling companions. There is a reason! Dick has won the first prize in the Good NVill Oratorical Contest, a S1000 trip to the Pacific Coast. Thrills, and heartthrobsl The juniors are having their first class meeting and are learning about their duties as loyal members of the class of 1927. And now almost before we realize it, spring has come and with it the welcome Easter vacation. SPRING Vacation is ended, and back to school come the little juniors with lagging steps and many sighs- Colds are prevalent-also not a little spring fever. The spring season drags along. A little diversion is offered to the boys in the form of Boys' XVeek. Abandoning their studies, they give up much time to practicing marching. Inside the school walls the girls study and recite to the accompaniment of the tramp of feet. Finally one eventful day the boys burst forth in all their glory to march importantly about the streets. After much preliminary voting the four Junior class ofhcers are brought to light from huge pile of political aspirants. The victors are Sawnie Gaston for president, "Bill" Beebe for vice-president, "Jimmie" Lynch for secretary, and "Stan" Morgan, treasurer. The junior Executive Committee is also chosen. The Baseball Team has practiced faithfully through the spring and now begins to reap the fruits of its labor. They tie for city championship. Now the hopeful Juniors can be seen adjusting the padding over their backs and shoulders. They have begun early to anticipate the noble Tap Day. Nor are they disappointed, for soon the eventful day arrives, and the class of 1927 has taken over the last stronghold, the last responsibility of the departing Seniors. JANET PLATT 4 ,iypf A' ,X . f l 23 1 01455 2 Qffgfi c1192 il ee. Svvninr igintnrg FALL Seniors at last! The halls of Hillhouse were crowded with a motley throng, who exchanged greetings with their friends. The class of 1927 could be easily dis- tinguished because of the dignity in their mien, acquired after days of practice dur- ing the summer vacation. Classes started, and school was once more under way. The Senior Class started on a tour to acquire honors. First, the Seniors were awarded the HSentinel"- panel, 91.471 of the class having subscribed to the Athletic Association. Then came the football season. Our team, under the leadership of "Don" Carlo, was one of the strongest in the state, and, as a whole, was very suc- cessful. Captain Brown led the Cross Country Team through a successful season. Tennis also had its place among the fall activities. There was a boys' tournament, and also a girls' tournament. Milton Rice won that of the boys, while Dot Lederer emerged victorious for the girls. Our Field Hockey Team, with Janet Platt as captain, completed its season successfully. At this time the "Sentinel" established the custom of having an article each week entitled "Sentinels in Hillhouse High." Each week there was inserted the picture of some prominent Senior who had done a great deal for the school. The picture was accompanied by a write-up of the student's activities. The Inter-sorority Fair was a huge success. Fifty dollars of the sum collected was presented to the Girls' Athletic Association, and the re- mainder was put into a fund for the buying of a new curtain for our stage. Frances Lynch was chairman of the committee, which was composed of one girl from each sorority. Excitement prevailed during the election of class officers. Our former officers, consisting of Sawnie Gaston, president, William Beebe, vice- president, Frances Lynch, secretary, and Stanley Morgan, treasurer, were reelected. Christmas vacation arrived at last, and with it, a relief from strenuous activities. WINTER Everyone came back, rested, and ready for work again. Frank McGuire man- aged the Senior Social, which was a success, both socially and financially. At this time the eternal question arose of whether or not the fraternities and sororities should be abolished. The decision was to establish an Inter-fraternity council, modeled after the Inter-sorority council. The building of the new arena made it possible for us to have a line hockey team with Rapuano as captain. Our Basket- ball Team, captained by George Heyer was one of the best ever. We won the State and City championships, but lost the Yale Inter-scholastic Championship game, although the team fought valiantly. The chairmen of our various commit- tees were then elected. They are the following: Donald Eldridge, Pin Committee, Frank McGuire, Promenade Committee, "Dick" Weigle, Class Day Committee, "Ed" Adams, Gift Committee, Charles Albom, Motto Committee, and Ruth Beck- ley, Picture Committee. During the months of February and March, Weber's studio was the center of events. Many students, who had innumerable activities, becoming tired of rushing there continually, threatened to take their suitcases and camp there. However, since the threats were not carried out, Weber's was freed 24 1 ' E 31 :6 6 E ,i v IJ! if fi HIE Qi from possible inconvenience. At this time two cups were presented. "Al" Haynes was presented with the Holmes cup for being the best all-around athlete, and a cup was also awarded to "Dot" l.ederer, the tennis champion. At the same time, a large cup was presented to the school. Each year, the name of the winner of the Girls' Tennis Tournament is to be engraved on it. In this way, interest in tennis will flourish. All eyes were then focused on the Girls' lnterclass Basketball games. The games were all hotly contested, but our Senior team, with "Babe" Andrew as captain, won the laurels. The Senior team was also successful in its outside games. The tryouts for graduation speakers were then held. Those chosen were Charles Albom, "Dick" NVeigle, Ruth Beckley, "'limmie" Lynch, and "Dot" Leclerer, alter- nate. Then came Easter, and a welcome vacation. SPRING Sprink, sprink, beautiful sprink! The thought uppermost in everyone's mind was the Prom. To go, or not to go was the momentous question. True to form, the class decided in the affirmative, and the representation was large. Frank Mc- Guire, tbe chairman, succeeded in making the big social event a success. For the first time, the Prom was held in the new Arena, since lNoolsey Hall was unavail- able. The interior was beautifully decorated, and the whole place was transformed into a veritable fairyland. Unce more, athletic togs were donned for the spring sports. Captain Haynes, with the other members of the Baseball Team, was out practicing every day. Volleyball and Field Hockey started up for the girls. Ten- nis too started once more. Captain Lufler was busy planning a schedule for the boys' team. For the first time, the girls had an organized team with "Dot" Lederer as captain. Class Day and Graduation approached all too quickly. High School days, with all the joys and sorrows they had brought, were over. The Class of 1927 left dear, old Hillhouse, never more to tread as pupils its well-known halls. DOROTHEA LEDERER YC' . f f aft' ., ,ffl 25 l , 0w3.sf E Qi egzezvfj Hrnphrrg nf The Gllawa nf 1527 America! America! At last l was back in America, after ten years of social service work in China. lt was such a relief to be back! l was more than pleased to find at the dock on my arrival, an old and dear school chum, "Jimmie" Lynch, with whom I had kept up a steady correspondence- She is married now and has three of the cutest little tots. Of course they're chubby and sweety how could they be otherwise? VVhile we rode uptown to her apartment tshe's living in New Yorkj we discussed old times. She told me that Helene Moore and jay Platt had achieved a name for themselves in Paris doing aesthetic dancing. I asked her if she happened to know what ,lack Kimberly was doing for a living. "Oh, yes," she answered, "he's in IrVashington superintending the installation of a national system of pulley lines for the Consolidated Mail Order Houses." After a reminiscent lull in the conversation, she asked me if I remembered Dot Lederer. "Sure I remember Dot. Tell me-is she in New York F" "Yes, she's the president of the new company that manufactures cheese-cloth tennis racquets. Do you recognize the Adonis up there P" She pointed to a gleaming billboard high above the buildings around us. I admitted that the face was familiar and asked her who it was. "That's Stan Morgan," she replied. "He's been posing for all the collar ads for the last live years." "Wl1at's the book ?" I asked, indicating a brilliantly bound one in -Iinnnie's lap. "This? I just bought it. It's a novel entitled 'The Advantages of Being a Redhead, written by Eleanor Markham and Sylvia VVeissnian. I am curious to know just what the advantages are. By the way-I have tickets for a concert Thursday night, and I know you'll want to go, because Frank McGuire's going to sing. Really, Minnie, you'd never recognize him. He's become so fat and a little bald, too, but his voice is marvelous!" "I'll love to hear him," I said, "it will seem like old timesf' My eyes had encountered an attractive signboard outside of a wide expanse of plate glass on a second floor. Jimmie answered my interrogation with: "Yes, that's the beauty shop owned by Bernice Hughson, and, incidentally Charlie Munro is the head barber in the men's department." Silence reigned for a few minutes. Then I asked if jimmie knew what Eddie Adams was doing. "Uh-huh! I saw him just a few weeks ago and he told me that he was tun- ing whistles for locomotives. He said that his nose helped him a lot, but you'll have to draw your own conclusions. Do you know what Don Eldridge chose for a life profession? He's a horse doctor! If an aged aunt hadn't died and left him a few millions he'd be starving, though. There aren't a hundred horses between here and San Francisco, and they're all in good health l" 26 I , as Y 1 i-3j.fU.aDe gi fr3a1e.I.asfef 3 ,flfenaagfg By that time we had reached her apartment. I was terribly tired and im- mediately dropped into an easy chair. I picked up a newspaper. The name of it was "The New York Daily Tattle-tale" and I soon perceived that the editor of it was no other than my old friend, Dick Weigle. Jimmy informed me that Dick had invented a salve "guaranteed to permanently cure boils". She also told me that John Joy was Sports Editor of the paper, so I immediately turned to the Sport- ing Section. NVhat a medley of familiar faces! In the center of the page was a big picture of Al Haynes, "The Sultan of Swat" of the Giants, in a familiar pose. On one side was a profile view of Tom Creighton, now a pugilist. He certainly looked the part-his nose was broken in two places. The caption announced that his manager and trainer was Tibby Johnson. On the opposite side was a picture of Mary Smith, the world's champion runner and high jumper, with the same boyish bob and cowlick. VVho was the husky-looking gentleman at the bottom of the page? Sawnie Gaston, to be sure! An item below the picture informed the world at large that the popular skating champion was spending the summer at Morris Cove, Con- necticut, learning the game of tiddle-de-winks. "Say, Jimmie," I asked, "how does it happen that Johnnie Braslin isn't men- tioned here ?" "Oh, he's a professional now, and spends his leisure time teaching ducks the line art of swimming." Then Jimmie's husband came in and mentioned that he had just left Bill Beebe. Of course I asked what Bill was doing, and was not surprised when I heard -that he was demonstrating Kiddie Kars. After dinner we went down to see "Romeo and Juliet". It was given in a new theatre, a gorgeous place of scintillating lights in the very heart of the city, and the manager was Dick Carter. Of course you will not be surprised to hear that Esther Beckley was Juliet. Romeo was played by Victor Sheronas, and the whole play reminded me of the one given in the Hillhouse Auditorium so many years ago. I think the name of it was "Icebag", or something like that. I remarked to Jimmie: "I suppose that Ruth Beckley is famous, too, playing old woman roles. She used to have unusual skill in that line if I remember right- ly. '1 "No," Jimmie answered, "Ruth is back in New Haven. She got married be- fore she had been out of college a year, and she's doing her own cooking and mend- ing, too." "Speaking of old friends who went on the stage wait 'till I tell you who is the greatest dancer in the Ziegfeld Follies-Austin Harmon!" "That's nothing!" I declared, "I heard that Charlie Zipperman is in Europe, a touring musician. They say that he let his hair grow and looks just like Paderewskif' "All right, here's another," said Jimmie, "Ray Verwholt went into the movies and is acknowledged as the immediate successor of Rudolph Valentino." The next morning the radio woke me up. Jimmie had turned it on and the first words I heard were: "One-two-three-halt! This is station X Y Z, James Murphy announcing the daily exercises. I got up and dressed and, during my breakfast, I remarked to my hostess: 27 Ll ' A. -3Cg3.,ISfs Qi 1192 ii "I've only been in the United States two days and I've heard about more of the old school-chums than I expected to hear about in a year." "You haven't heard anything yet," Jimmie said. "We haven't a thing to do this morning so I'll tell you about all the kids I can think of." Q "Commence! I'm all ears !" "Well-George Farren--you remember Gawge? He runs a chain of cafeter- ias and has almost put Longley's out of business. lncldentally, Bill Beebe is a silent partner in this business and so gets all his meals free- Betty Ives is in Ver- mont, doing a thriving business growing wall plants. Speaking of vines, you'd never guess who's turned into a clinging vine of the most adherent type. Ruth Clappg I know you remember her. Charlie Albom is a soap box orator. The last I heard he was advocating food for the starving monkeys in Armenia. Clare Har- grove and Betty Betts have become comediennes, with a big dance act, but they had to cut out the dancing because they couldn't keep in step with each other. Janyce Pickett made a big success of dancing, though, and now she's in a big cabaret in Chicago. "They didn't manufacture ties loud enough to suit Bradford Bidwell, so he went into the business himself. "Bunny" Hugo, Eleanor Tullock, and Babe Andrew are teaching dancingg that kind of dancing that barefooted girls in Greek gowns do out of doors. "Norman Godfried became a connoisseur of butterflies and mouse-traps. Kathleen McKenzie and Betty Scanlon started to teach ukulele lessons and for the first 1no11th or two did fine, but their pupils dropped off, strange to say, and they went bankrupt. "Louis Reichel invented an instrument that is played with the feet. It makes a sound like a broken-down Ford and a few cat fights, but it passes for jazz and he made a fortune on it. Steve Wilchynski leads his sixty piece band day and night at Coney Island. He has an art studio in Greenwich Village in the winter. Alice Evans, our own tiny canary bird, has succeeded inteaching parrots to do more than swear, and she's made quite a name for herself in doing it. That's about all I can recall just now." "Perfect l" I answered. "How did you ever keep in touch with so many of that big class in I-Iillhouse? It's marvelous! But you didn't mention Herb Norman, what's he doing ?" "Oh, I forgot Herb," Jimmie replied. 'KI-Ie and Eddie Fitzgerald entered poli- tics and when they're not entangled in them they ride dark horses for recreation- Speaking of horses, Dot Bishop and Connie Needham have opened a riding aca- demy in Central Park. Among their first pupils were Charlie Schnelle and Eddie Falseyf' I sat back in my chair trying to realize that so many years had passed and had made such a change in those who had graduated with me in 1927. I wondered whether or not it was not all a fantastic dream. ' MINERVA AARONSON 28 ,A .E N W - --,,. gg: - g -K... CQ'1fS:s eE QE- fQilQ2s7.fEQ lgrenihenfn illlemmge CLASSMATES AND FRIENDS: The time is fast approaching when we must say goodbye. During the past four years we have enjoyed the fellowship of one another within the walls of Hill- house High. For some of us, probably for most of us, this period will represent the most pleasant years of our life. lt has been a time in which we have bucked the same problems together, and the satisfaction of overcoming them has been the same for all. Under these conditions it has been easy to carry on, each one hav- ing his share in the difhculties and triumphs of the whole. This time of mutual fellowship is over. On graduating we will leave this great brotherhood and each will seek a way in the world. Some of us will go to college or spend another year in preparation 3 others will begin their life work: in any case, our obstacles will no longer be the same, and the joy of working together as a class will be over. Each one will meet his or her individual problem, and it is up to each one whether or not he makes good. Regardless of what path each chooses, however, and in what circumstances each finds himself, there is the great game of life to be played4a game which re- quires the best in each one of us, to make it a success for all. VVe have chosen as our class motto Vadc Via Vf'ra-Tread the fall: of trzith. ls this not an excellent guide for our futures? How better can we do our part than to hold this motto as our guide and to follow it through calni and storm? VVe have chosen wisely as a class: as individuals "be yours to hold it high" through life. Sincerely, Your President, S.xwN1i-1 CiASTON , ' ii'Q352ii'f1i-i .aiilifgii hi 'fwiv' if 5, I, . 1'::M??Z:is1'Q 30 .nk pjf X5 X X .X . Nf 0010965 ,f 1' J if fX , l 5 , ff ff' ei wzfk XR f N ky X k fri e - 2.ffla5,8S. g Qi 11192 1 Girlz' Qllzmziral Glnurnr RUTH DOROTHY A1.1'ERT, H E Tl lll4 Dixwell Ave. "fl fem-alt' IJ!'l'lZ0XfllC'1l?5.H E "Rucky" prepared at Dixwell Avenue School and in- tends to enter Smith College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus and Volleyball Team, the J. M. l'. Reading Circle, Hillhouse Players, Harmony Club, and Girls' Debating Society, to the presidency of which she was elected in her Junior year. She was also a member of the College Club and the winner of two declamation contests. NoRMA BENNETT ANDREW, B. T.- 34 Lake Place "In every sport shin plawyed a f7lH'f.H "Babe" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and will enter Sargent's to become a gym teacher. She was Captain of the Freshman Volleyball Team, Captain of the Girls' Basketball Team QSJ, Secretary of the Girls' Glee Clubg and was a member of the Tennis Team, Volley- ball Team CSD, School Circle, Monitor Squad, College Club, Business Board of Class Book, and Senior Execu- tive Committee. Her hobby is horseback riding. CELIA ELIZABETH ANDREWS, E N 2 99 Bassett St. "Hut give me a sly fiirfatiouf' "Sis'l entered from lvy Street School and plans to take up gym work at Sargent's. She was a member of the Freshman Hiking Club, Basketball Team C4J, Hillhouse Players, Field Hockey Team QSJ, Girls' Ride Club, Vol- leyball Team 1-35, and College Clubg and was Secretary and Treasurer of the Ukulele Club. Her hobby is ath- lctics. BARBARA RUTH BANDER 66 Edgewood Ave "Dancing on the ballroom floor." "Bobby" prepared at Dwight School and will continue her education with a study of languages at Connecticut College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, J. M. P. Reading Circle, Advisory Board of the Hillhouse Players, and Senior Chorus. Her hobbies are reading and dancing. 32 5 W V- -V - Y X.. -s figfy.fa.ne: P ima ,Q f .juezm-ig Rosxax' INFELICE BEfxUMoNT 173 Park St. "Sober, steadfast, and d6'MllH'C.,' Rosary entered from Dwight Street School and intends to continue at Albertus Magnus College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, College Club for two years, and Chemistry Club. 1QUTH BECKLEY, A. A. 119 Everit St. ALOII6' f76l'S0H in lzer time f7ltI-VJ Illldllf-X' jm1'l.f." "Becky" graduated from 1Vorthing'ton Hooker School and will study dramatics at XVellesley. She was Treas- urer of the Motto Club and a delegate to the Student Council in her Freshman yearg and was a member of the Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Advisory Board of the Hillhouse Players, Senior Chorus, Tri-Y, Business Board of the Class Book, Ukulele Club, Field Hockey Squad, Monitor Squad, and School Circle. She was also Chairman of the Class Picture Committee. l.,Uc1I,i.i: l'11EoiaE Bx2NrxT'r1 258 NVasliinffton Ave. b frimzd to ull." "Lou" graduated from Prince Street School and in- tends to enter Normal School and become amteacher. She belonged to the ul. M. P. Reading Circle, College Club, and Dickens Club. Her hobby is collecting' stamps. MILURED M. Bissom, B. T.- 215 VVest Rock Ave. "And her cures were starry bright." "Milly,' entered from Edgewood Avenue School and intends to continue at Bryn Mawr. She was a member of the Girls' Rifle Club, Basketball Squad for four years, and Volleyball Team for three years. BIARIE Louise BIANCHI 401 Grand Ave. HA gj'l11f1lCI.S'f-.l'1lf7flF, light, and free." "Lou" prepared at Strong School and will take up the study of teaching at Albertus Magnus College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Senior Chorus, and Freshman Basketball Squadg and was Secretary of the Italian Club. Her hobby is gymnastics. 33 S QGQQCSS -p L ' 14 .,, V.-,,., - --1 1 QF, elgg19 7.-:fi GENEVIEVE ISLEANOR Booru, B. T.- 890 Elm St. "Songs that szzrpassvd the Nigl1tz'ngf1le's in beauty." "Gebby" graduated from Roger Sherman School and plans to continue her studies at Wlellesley College and then take up singing or acting. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, College Club for two years, and the Com- mittee for the Glee Club Concert: and was 'l'reasurer of the Girls' Clee Club. Her hobbies are music and dra- matics. . M , is ILMMA lXlARY GET 20 liilbert St., Spring Clen "For I out a lower of books." "l7renchy" entered from St. Louis School and intends to study linance at Connecticut College. ller hobby is readinig. - Mt. Carmel FRANCES ANNE BUR'roN . "I like ll l'1lIll'l'!l,' I like ll cowl." "Billie" prepared at Mrs. Day's School. She was a member of the College Club 123. and the bl. M. l'. Read- ing Circle, She plans to take up church and social work after a course at Wheaton College and the Hartford School of Religious Education. t ixlARY 4Xi:N12s Cixssnw 330 Vtlest Division St. ULllZ1X1it', soft rlzorm of lzcueien and CflI'I'll.il "XVa-wa" entered. from lvy Street School and intends to study teaching at Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the Freshman Motto Club and the M. ll. Reading Circle. Her hobby is music. .XNNA CQIIUTIE Hartford Turnpike "Tim frirle of si11guIar1'z'y."' "Chutey" prepared at Roger Sherman School and plans to enter Park College. Missouri. She was a member of the J. M. P. Reading Circle and the College Club for two years, and took part in the Chamber of Commerce Pro- gress Exposition. 34 I . , D G 22 2 11 2 he s.r3 3f:i'Fe mel HELEN LIARICIZ CoHN, H E H 30 Hubinger St. "So buxom, blizflze, and debonairf' "El" graduated from 'Edgewood Avenue School and intends to take up the study of social service at Columbia. She was President of the Girls' Debating Society, and a member of the Ukulele Club 123, Hiking Club 123, Col- lege Club 123, and Girls' liasketball Squad. Her hobby is "Pi-Ep". Iil.1z.x1aETn CECELIA COONEY 342 Grand Avenue "She leaps into the UCEUIIHV c11'11z.s'.'J "Betty" prepared at St. Rose's School and plans to be- come a teacher after a course at .Nlbertus Magnus Col- lege. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Hik- ing Club 133, Hillhouse Players, Chess and Checker Club. College Club, il. M. P. Reading Circle, Girls' Debating Society, llasketball Squad, Field Hockey Squad, and Tri- Y. She also received second prize in the Home Lighting Contest. Her hobbies are skating and swimming. BIARGAR ' .XNITA CoRHE'1"r 22 Hubinger St. 5 . .. " 'ov bc' 11116011-hzzcd. "P ffgyw rom St. Francis' School and intends to i l studies at New Rochelle College, after whi he wil Jecome a Latin teacher. She was a mem- ber ot the ' rls' Debating Society and Tri-X. Her hob- by is danci g. LiI..XlJYCE Es'r1z1.1.E CUNN1N1sHixm1 f 3 1 f . . f -'AIADELINE ILRM,1N,xVD Aoosrmo 423 XVhalley Ave. I JJ 1 Hylllffl' ix Ill-lfcflit' in her soul." , 33" 4 'J U . . , . K ' -f lX nn' entered from Roger Sherman School and plans Aga "' to ntmue her studies at the Yale School of Music and ff' i en abroad. She was a member of the Italian Club for wo years and played the piano in the Orchestra for four years. She also played for the Senior Chorus and the Banjo-Mandolin Club. Her hobby is music. 35 171 Dixwell Ave. HDIHZFI-llfj in flzc rlzvckewd .fIzada." "Gay" prepared at lvy Street School and intends to enter Boston University to become a language teacher. Her hobbies are dancing and studying. I l eiei -2192 if ARLENE RUSSELL IDICKERMAN 3070 Whitney Ave. "A slight girl, lily pale." "Dickie" prepared at Mt. Carmel School and intends to enter Sweet Briar to specialize in history. She was a member of the College Club for two years, Tri-Y, Hill- house Players, and -I. M. P. Reading Circle. Her hobby is dramatics. ELIZABETH BALDWIN El.l.ENBE1zGER 176 McKinley Ave. "Come and trip it as you go." 'fBetty" entered from the Gateway School. She plans to take up music at XVellesley. She was a member of the Freshman Tennis Team, Volleyball Team, Basketball Squad l2J, Girls' Glee Club, and Tri-Y f3j. Her hobby is dancing. IRMA E. FLYNN, B. T.-, I. B. I. 133 West Park Ave. "D1'du'f know Flynn! Well that is queer." Irma prepared at Edgewood Avenue School. She was a member of the Basketball Team l4j, Tri-Y 135, Volley- ball Team C3j, Hiking Club Q3j, School Circle, Monitor Squad, and Program Committee of the College Club. Her hobby is swimming. LILLIAN FREEMAN 277 Howard Ave. "Musical as Ap0ll0"s lute." "Lil" entered from Truman Street School and intends to become a teacher after a course at Smith College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Hillhouse Play- ers 135, and College Clubg and Secretary for two years of the -I. M. P., Reading Circle, Secretary of the NVriters' Club, and Treasurer of the Girls' Debating Society. Her hobby is music. .IENNIE DOROTHY Fusco 119 Golfe St. "I lotzfe not man the less-but Nature more." "Funny" graduated from Dwight Street School and plans to study medicine at Bates College. She was a mcmber of the Freshman Chorus, College Club CZQ, J. M. P. Reading Circle, and Dickens Club. Her hobby is scouting. 36 i iva e iz fume ,si s VERA. Q REBECCfX PEALE G1I.LEsP11z 1853 Dixwell Ave. "Mr11'dm1.' with the mack brown v.vc.v." "Gilly" entered from Church Street School. She be- longed to the Hillhouse Players, Hockey Squad QZQ, Girls' Debating Society, College Club, and Tennis Team QZD. Her hobby is tennis. She plans to attend Sweet Briar and then become a private secretary. DoRoTHy NAT.xl.1E GLICKSTEIN 49 Dyer St. "llf'itl1 o heart for any fate." "Dot" prepared at Orange Street School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Girls' Debating Society, Ukulele Club, Hillhouse Players, and Orchestra for four years. She intends to study dental hygiene at Columbia. H.'XRRIE1 DEl.l..x GOLD, II E II 695 Howard Ave. "Ou 'witlz the a'a11re." "Hi-yi" entered from Prince Street School and will study at Pratt Institute to become an interior decorator. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Girls' Debating Society QZJ, Ukulele Club QZJ, and College Club. Her hobby is dancing. TNIARJORIE Es'rEI.LE Gol.DsTE1N, II E II 235 Lawrence St. "Travel broadens one so." "Marge" graduated from Worthington Hooker School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Basketball Team KZQ, and Senior Chorus. She will take up the study of dramatics at Smith College. Her hobby is travel- ing. a 4 OLIVE LOUISA GRAVI-:s Skiff St. "Here dwell no frorwzsf "Ol" prepared at Centerville, School and plans to be- come a se eta y after a course t Larso 1" cr arial School. Sh 's a menfber ati! tl ' Xin n di 'Tis and Baskerb ll l 3 l iiegfiis k- ing Club Q2 eyb ll Sciiad, ocial Committee of Tri- Y, and G1r s' Debating Society. Her hobby is swimming. 37 .Nix A121 . xl , -s... 4395559255 QE 43192 Lil HELEN l3'R.xNc1s HIKQKIINS 106 Peck St. "I low fn pin-v 1111011 tlir ro11rf." ,W ,. x . . . . . V' l'od entered from St. l'I'ZlllC1S, School and intends to 'study teztching at .Xlbertus Magnus College. She was a member olhthe liifeshman Chorus and Motto Club. Sopho- lllQI'Q.Cll.01f ts,'l'liking Club 125, Basketball Squad, College Clulrt Fill, Volleyball Teain, Hillhouse Players, 'l. M. l'. Readltyg Circle, Tri-Y, Field Hockey Squad, and Girls' Debating Society. Her hobbies are dancing and tennis. ll .xaiox AXLICI. llot N 1977 lVest Chapel St. "Lvl !jl'll1'lC'llt'.l'.Y 'Ill--V strong vizforrvzztfiif bf." "Mann" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and plans to enter Kendall Hall. She belonged to the Fresh- man Chorus, Girls' Rifle Club, Field Hockey Squad, M. l'.ReadinQ Circle, Tri-Y, College Club, Hiking Club, and Dickens Clubg and received numerals in a track meet. Her hobby is ice-skating. I ll1Q1:N.x1m'r'r12 Huoo, K M E 99 Xlloodbridge Ave. "I .rlzall laugh at all dlJlISfCl'.v "Bunny" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and intends to take up journalism at Smith College. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle, School Circle. Monitor Squad, College Club, and Class Day Coni- mittee. She took part in the School Circle Christmas play, and was a Competition Otlicial of the "Sentinel", Her hobby is journalism. A .XR.l0Ixll, lm , Mr. P u'rT 21 Colonial llace 'lflltd all the 111011 and tuouzclz Jizewlhx' flirt-yc1'.r.-" . ' "Marge" entered from Edgewood Avenue Scho . She belonged to the Freshman Chorus dxxhntto Club, -,Hill- house Players, College Club Kiyaigielc Hockey S nad 1.25, Girls' Cilee Club, and Senior Chorus. Her hobb is acting, and she intends to take up dramatics at Smith College. Donor H Y Jo H N sro N E 265 NVillow St. "Full of ftlllf-Vifllll of folly." "Dis-je" prepared at XVorthington Hooker School and plans to enter Wellesley to become a French teacher. She belonged to the Freshman Ukulele Club, College Club 135. and Field Hockey Squad 125. Her hobby is inter- ior decorating. ,L 38 eivane F gejima ig! Q fvenelyclp l21.Iz.xNo1e K.X'I'lII2RINE TCA-you 63 Anthony St. "UM lmokx fo 1'mrl." lileanor entered from Davis Street School and will be- come a private secretary. She belonged lo the lireshinan - Lhorus, Basketball Squad 141, Volleyball Squad 141, Lollege klllll l3l. yl. Nl. l'. Reading Circle, and Tri-Y. Her hobby is reading, ' lelnmcxit Frmso Kicxnrznv, lil N E 29 Tilton St. Hfllllll fuhen she' fftIlIC'l'fl10fI lieclwlz, lzrr df1m'1i11g." "Dixie" prepared at the Gateway School and will con- tinue her studies at Vassar. She was a member of the lireshman Chorus, Ukulele Club, llillhouse Players, Col- lege Club, and Senior Chorus. Her hobby is dancing. Rirx fXl.xRv l..x1ui12R 334 lilake St. "fll1c'fiy.r lzajvfiy, fihwzyx gay." "Ri" graduated from Beecher School and plans to enter ,Xlbertus Magnus College. She belonged to the College Chill l-il, 'l'ri-Y l2J. and Hiking Club. ller hobby is sports. lj0ROTllEA Nl.xR'1'n.-x l.12D12RER, H E TI, 190 McKinley Ave. fzwiazall, of her 516111410 sur ilze' semlzilizig f2c1mg011." "Dot" entered from Edgewood Avenue School and in- tends to become an authoress after continuing at NYelles- ley. She was a member of the Ukulele Club, Hiking Club CZJ, Basketball Team f4j, Volleyball Team !C3D, lfreshman Track Team, Monitor Squad, School Circle, Iiditorial Board of the Class Book, Program Committee of the College Club, and lixecutive Committee. She was Freshman Tennis Champion and Tennis Champion of the school 1.53. , Fluxeits Snikmzv LEVINIQ 544 Winthrop Ave. gypsy lass, 'ZU1.1IX0lll!' wifi: .vfvfvf mars." "Fay" graduated from Scranton Street School and plans to follow a musical career after attending New York University. She was a member of the Freshman Debat- ing Society, Freshman Chorus, M. l'. Reading Circle. Hillhouse Players, Girls' Glee Club, and Senior Chorus: and won third prize in a declamation contest. Her hobby is pineapple pie. i 39 71:1 C-C CQFSQQ if Rosl-1 l.lLl.l.XN lXl.XRk'US, dv E 111 64 Pendleton St. "Blur tucrc lm' eyes as the fairy f1'n.r." "Ro" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School. She belonged to the College Club 131, M. P. Reading Circle 121, and Girls' Debating Society. She plans to en- ter .-Xlbertns Magnus College and become a teacher. Her bobby is sxvinnning. ing Club. Her hobby is swimniin .Xxxlz ll.X'l'Rlt'l.X iXlliSSlN.X 42 Wlilliam St. 'lflrf for arfs sake." "Pat" prepared at Orange Street School and will take up interior decorating. She was a nieniber of the College Club CSD, Writers' Club, and Dickens Club. Her hob- by is dancing. Gaixcia IELEA NoR M1 l.1.r1R S 40 "I'm wry fond 0fwc1fc'r." FRANCES M. LYNCH, K M 2, I. B. I., 770 Edgewood Ave. USflgUl'I'0llS, patient, dreading praise, not blcmz-0."' "Jimmie" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and intends to continue at Smith College. She was a- mem- ber of the Freshman Motto, Hiking, and Ukulele Clubs. Volleyball Team QM, Basketball Team t3j, Girls' Rifle Club, Hiking Committee, Monitor Squad, and School Circle. She was Corresponding Secretary of the Sopho- more Motto Club, Competition Iiditor of the "Sentinel", Secretary of the Senior Class, President of the College Club, and Secretary of the Student Council. lixrrvx ANN lXlr:nN1covv,'H E II 220 VVhalley Ave. "lCvie" entered from l'rince Street School and intends to continue at Barnard College. She belonged to the Girls' Debating Society Q2j, College Qlllll t2J, Hllfl Hlk' 179 Bradley st. ".4I1uc1ys fnurvnt and nccoznztcdl. 1 Cf "Gracie" prepared at fJl'2lllgQ'-,Stl . c iool and intends to enter Mt. Holypkebtewecmne a teacher. She was a member of the Orchestra, Ukulele Club, Tri-Y t2j, and Senior Chorusg and never missed a day of attendance in her four years at school. Her hobby is dancing. QUE RH! iz flfADGT?f HELIQNE Arkixs Bloom, A. A. 123 Maple St. "l,fmki11g glad and .flllliflllffn "l'leenie" entered from Roger Sherman School and plans to attend Connecticut College. She was a member of the Freshman Ukulele Club, Hiking Club t2l, Basket- ball Squad t4j, Girls' Rifle Club, College Club QZJ, Moni- tor Squad, and 'l'ri-Y t3l. She was Yicc-l'resident of Tri-Y in her Senior year. l':l.lZAl4l2'l'll ICMMA Movui, A. A. 332 NVinthrop Ave. "I clzafier, clzaffcr ns 1 yn." "Betty" came to Hillhouse from Branford High School in her junior year. She was a member of the College Club 123, and Hillhouse Players, Secretary of the Chem- istry Club, and a recipient of honors for four years, Her hobby is making friends. She will enter W'ellesley this fall. Coxsrxxciz V. NEEDHAM, K M 2, I. B. I. 376 Ferry St, "O ftlll' and .vtfifcly maid." "Connie" entered from Strong School and intends to continue at Smith College. She belonged to the Fresh- man Ukulele Club. Hiking Club CZVJ, bl. M. l'. Reading Circle. Tri-Y. College Club t2J, Girls' Glee Club, and "Sentinel" lfditorial Board. Her hobby is dancing. lllunizno josEPH1NE NOKELSKE 14 NVillis St. "ivory lIlll'IlIi.S' on iifury keys." s Mildred entered Hillhouse from St. Peters School. She was a member of the Senior Chorus and intends to take up the study of the piano at the Yale School of Music. Her hobby is giving piano lessons. Louisa M.xRn2 I'12'rlnsi.1.l 375 Grand Ave. ".S'f1m'io1f.v, .Yl'IlIf'l!', .flil1l'Cl'C.H "Lou" graduated from Orange Street School. She be- longed to the Freshman Hiking Club, College Club t2'l, Tri-Y f2j, Italian Club CZD, and Dickens Clubg and received honors for three years. 41 fecggesf fqrfpi-3 1,192 1g as 'l.XNI2'l' PL.X'1"1', A. A. 836 Elm St. ' "lift glory ix not of this .vlzntlorcbr state." "Jay" prepared at Roger Sherman School and intends to enter Connecticut College. She was a member ol' the Ifrcslnnan Chorus, Hiking Club 123, Basketball Squad 153, College Club t2j, Field llockey 'lfeam 151, Girls' Cilee Club, Monitor Squad. School Circle, and liditorial lloard of the Class Book, She was a member for three years and President in her Senior year of Tri-Y, Captain of the Field Hockey Team, and a participant in the School Circle Christmas play. ller hobby is dramatics. lQIlIi.X Rurn lQ.X'l'NlCR 121 .-'Xsylum St. p "ln tr light fztlltastit' 1'o1111rl'." "Hunny" entered from Scranton Street School. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus and Debating Society. the bl. N. l'. Reading Circle, and Senior Chorus. Slie will attend a school in New York to become a nurse. Her llollby is dancing. dl.XR1i.XRlC'I' .Xlimicx Rooo 94 Cottage St. Ulilofc, Inloic, 111011 'ZL'it11't'l' 'Zx'I.IId-jill .rkatc." "Peggy" graduated from XVorthington Hooker School 31141 will enter Mt, Holyoke College and then take up sec- retarial work. She belonged to the Freshman Monitor Squad, Al. Nl. l'. Reading Circle 131. NV1'il0l'S' Cllill l2l,. College Club, and Dickens Club. Her hobbies are writ- ing and ice-skating. l..xt1R.x Rosle SCIINURMACIIISR 683 Orange St. "ln sports .vile did with others fz'1't'." "l.olly" prepared at XYorthington Hooker School and plans to take up teaching after a course at Columbia. She . belonged to the lfresliman, Sophomore, and Senior Clior- l uses, and to the lfreshman Ukulele Club. ller hobby is sports. N dlARY CEi.12s'rE Sisrriz 162 Day St. " To tmzrlz the yomzg of all azztinkindf' "Mae" entered from Derby High School and plans to attend the University of Michigan to become a teacher of romance languages. She belonged to the College Club 12,5 and the Italian Club t2j. Her hobby is teaching. ii 42 Q we .Q J9-D E 3 E .5 a1,1f:r.e. ,3 'vena O' EsTH12R SINN, TI E TI 105 lrlowe St. "To tlffjlll' and fo 1101117 IZPI' vim." "Sinny" graduated from llrince Street School and will enter Columbia to study dental hygiene. She was a mem- ber of the Ifreslnnan Chorus, Hillhouse Players, J. M. l'. Reading Cirele, and College Club: and was a Sophomore Cheer l.eader, Yiee-President of the Ukulele Club, and Treasurer of the Girls' Debating Society. CAT11R1z1NE lates STEELE, A. IX. 53 NVakelield St. "xl fv111'1'Ia11i1' quiet here 1'c's1'de.v." "Cathie" graduated from Roger Sherman School and will continue her studies at Connecticut College. She was a member of the Freshman Ukulele Club, Hiking Club, College Club 129, Girls' Cilee Club, and Field Hock- ey Squad: and was Secretary of the Senior Triangle of Tri-Y. Her hobby is music. I.1.s114. L1..x11m Siieon 1593 lloulevard "Tha ivavlzer fomizs the 1111'11d." "Ellie" prepared at lioxon Grammar School and will enter Raclclihfe College to become a Latin teacher. She was Yice-l'resident of the Freshman Debating Society. and a member of the bl. M. l'. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, and College Club. Her hobby is ice-skating. gXL1c12 SU'ro1uUs 32 Second St Hamdcn "Give 1110 U pen of 91' c' "Alicia" entered from Dixwell Avenue School and will attend Connecticut College. She was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Field Hockey Squad, Girls' Debating Society, Tri-Y, Chemistry Club, VVriters' Club. Dickens Club, M. P. Reading Circle, and "Sentinel" Editorial ltioard. Her hobby is "a little hit of every- JEAN T11.1.1NoH.xs'r, B. T.- 340 Edwards St. "'T1's well to bv quiet and wise." ,lean entered Hillhouse from Sharon Center High School in her Junior year. She was a member of the College Club C23 and the Chemistry Club. She will con- tinue at Vassar and plans to become a teacher. Her hob- bies are riding and reading. ' 43 thing." .az .,-V V: J, .., 5. V 1 - , , 1 iii? 1-' :rg ' ' ' +?'-r IS1.EixNoR CAkR1No'roN 'l'Ul,l.0CK, B. T.-, 3 Edgehill Road "Her vtwy fone is 11111sir's men." "Ellie" prepared at the Gateway School and plans to attend Connecticut College and then follow a musical career. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Hik- ing Club, Basketball Team 149, Volleyball Team QZQ, Tri-Y QZJ, College Club QZJ, Monitor Squad, Girls' Glee Club, and Business Board of the Class Bookg and was Her hobby is music. Ev1al.vN ALICE XYix'rsoN, 112 E 233 Alden Ave. "On Imokvs for fo rcdu I me c1'eIy!e." "Chien entered from Saranac Lake High School. She was a member of the Senior Chorus and the Athletic As- sociation. She intends to take up secretarial work at Bos- ton Cniversity. Her hobbies are ice-skating and reading. SYLv1.x XNE1ss1v1AN, II E II "liar and Inv happy." ltlanager of the Girls' Basketball Team in her Senior year. 142 Everit St. "Syl" graduated from XVebster School and plans to fol- low an advertising career after a course of studies at Smith C.ollege. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus and Ukulele Club, Hillhouse Players, FI. M. P. Reading Circle, College Club QZJ, and Girls' Debating Society. Her hobby is chocolate cream puffs. BARBARA YYERXA, A. A. 87 Townsend Ave. "Hail to thee, blitlze spirit." "Bobby" entered from Barnard School and intends to take up interior decorating at Pratt Institute. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle, Ukulele Club, Hillhouse Players, Basketball Squad, Senior Chorus, School Circle, College Club QZH, Student Council in her junior and Senior years, Junior Social Committee, Execu- tive Committee, and Senior Social Committee. She was Social Chairman of Tri-Y 425, Secretary of the Monitor Squad, and Vice-President of the Italian Club. ' i 4' C 1 ff A x Q Q9 1 42 - ze: . saa b 0 N l5"Df' sv Ki-do-ZR V' Nd:-.UV vfa f azv ws zffa 44 ,. l -Y 'r iw., 'UERLDE 5' Kill flJ5IfE,-5f, f UEPCH ii Q Y - . .- 1 flings' Qllemniral Qlnume lsimici. lslxlxc A1sR.xMoviTz 111 Oak St. "But let my lump at midnight hour Bc semi in some lziglz, lonely tower." "Izzy" graduated from Prince Street School, is pre- paring for Yale, and intends to become a teacher. He received honors for the entire four years of school. Stamp collecting is his hobby. HARRY ABRAMs 70 Lyon St. "Sff'afly the foot and kewl ilu' c'yc'." "Abe,' entered from Urange Street School and will at- tendtNew York, University to study business. He be- longed to the Fleshnian Debating and Chess Clubs. Bas- ketball 'is his hobby. C11AR1-Es ALBUM, A P 2 117 1erry St. "Then he would fallrgyv gods how he would talk." "Charlie" prepared at Strong School and will take up law at Yale. He was a winner of the Demosthenes Medal and the Scroll and Quill, and was Assignment Editor of the "Sentinel", Chairman of the junior Execu- tive Committee, Prosecuting Attorney for the Student Court, Chairman of the Motto Committee, and Vice-Presi- dent of the Progressive Society. He was a member oft the School Circle, Monitor Squad, Chess and Checker Club, 1 and Chemistry Club. FREDERICK ARTHUR ALLING 151 Starr St. "I value science-:zone ran prize it mow." f Arthur graduated from Ivy' g 'et' hool, will enter Yale, and inten ls t ecome a t . e received hon- ors for three 1' s ay mber f the Chess and Checker, Radi iemistry Clubs. adio is his hob- by. 45 i p , .Yczaws g elf iQ19.?e7i:i RKJBERT A1.1'Rov1Tz 125 James St. "Lei rome zelzczf 11z11y." "Al" entered from lvy Street School and intends to study pharmacy at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Track Team t2j, and Cross Country Team. Track is his hobby. .fX1a'r11UR josmfu lilfxkox 3 Admiral St. "Look, lzvrc F0111-US the Duke." "Art" prepared at Ivy Street School and will take up civil engineering at Yale. He was a member of the Or- chestra for two years and the Freshman Chorus, and re- ceived honors for bis first year. Music and reading are his hobbies. f X,x'r11.xN BAssE'r'r, Q A 71 Sherman Ave. "Neel-footed tlICl'l'lll'j'.U "Nat" graduated from Scranton Street School and plans to study law at Yale. He was a member of the Fresh- man Debating Society, Track Team t3j, and lXiCf1Ol'Zll1 Society: and won a first place in the junior Olympics of 1926. 1-1.1,xM HI'.XXI.lz1 1 music, A E. K SO XVest Rock Ave. "O, young Lorhnzzfair is r0111e out of the react." "Hill" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and in- tends to study engineering at Yale. He was Manager of the lireshnian Tennis Team and a member of the Fresh- 1112111 Debating Society, Hillhouse Rifle Club, School Circle, and Monitor Squad. He was Secretary in his junior year a11d I'resident in his Senior year of H i-Y, Yice-l'resi- dent of the Senior Class, a Cheer Leader, and Credit Manager at Malley's during Boys' NVeek. C11,xR1.Es VV11.1.1.x1v1 BIRELY, jr., A A 2 759 Orange St. "1 am a Vileing wild." "Bill" entered from XVorthington Hooker School and intends to study law at Yale. He belonged to the Fresh- man Debating Soeiety, Hi-Y t2j, and Swimming Squad. His hobby is swimming. 46 Axxxao l.oNo1.I2Y Bisuoi' 50 Lincoln St. "Praise the sea, but keep on land." "'Bish" entered I-lillhouse from Hamden Hall in his Sophomore year. He was a member of the Band for two years, the Lower Orchestra, and H1-Y. He will attend Yale to become a doctor. Yachting is his hobby. joux .1XI,1cxtxN1m1cR li1.Aeii.xRsi4l 45 Summer St. "lie fherr a Quill, and 'ZUI'.S'll'UllI finds ll 'ZQ'tIAV.U "Blacl4y" graduated from Orange Street School, intends to enter Yale. and will follow the teaching profession. He was a member ol' the lfreshman Debating Society and the Chemistry Club, and received honors for three years. Has- kethall is his hobby. Kizxwoon SCIIUISICRT l3UI.1-INI.KN,, A E K 349 lfountain St. "Does zurll, arts 110bl.v,' no one could do inure." "Ken" entered from Davis Street School and will study civil engineering at Yale. He belonged to the Freshman Track Team and Hi-Y 133, becoming Secretary of the latter organization in his Senior year. tion. JOHN EDXYARD I3-R.xs1.1N, A I E .170 Grafton St. "Lccz1zdcr swuuz, the Hrllcsfmzzf,--ami l will swim. flzis lima." "Bres" entered from St. Francis' School and will con- tinue at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Gym Team, Debating Society, and Rifle Teamg Sophomore Motto Club and Social Committeeg School Circle, Monitor Squad, Varsity Swimming Team KSU, Vllriters, Club QZD, Checker Club, Class Gift Committee, and Senior Chorus. 47 james Gizisrox Horn 204 lxussell St f'Y011d Cassius has Cl lean and lzznzgry look "jim" graduated from Strong School 'md lntcnds to enter Yale. lie was a member of the Xthletic Xssocri 't' lf ,-, 7 -..- i.GaafSfs 4. QF, 4:11-22 fe. r DoN,u.D RoBERT BROVVN 539 Quinnipiac Ave. "Strong as lions, swift as eagles" "Don" prepared at Union Grammar School, East Haven and plans to study engineering at Syracuse. He was a member for two years and Captain in his Senior year of both the Cross Country and Track Teams and a member of the Monitor Squad and School Circle. Track is his hobby. Micimni. H. BRUNO 15 Oregon Ave. "I nfiount 1011-are scicnce gzn'des." "Mike" graduated from 'Hamilton Grammar School and intends to study chemistry at Yale. He was Manager of the Freshman Baseball Team and a member of the Sophomore Motto Club and the Chemistry Club. Chem- ical experimentation is his hobby. .A NTHONY CAPASSO Baseball is his hobby. XN'11.l.i.xM CARBQJNE 95 Bradley St. "lI'if and lmnz-or belong to gmzizfs alone." NVilliam prepared at Orange Street School. He was a member of the Spanish Club and Athletic Association. His hobby is athletics. HERMAN Romani CHERMAN, Y A fl? 47 Bagley Ave. "A real inun does 'zvitliouz' talking." "Andy" entered from Dixwell Avenue School and plans to attend New York University. He was a member' of the Freshman Debating Society and Athletic JXSSOCIZIUOD. 9 Hatter Terrace "His classical reading is great." "Hemi" graduated from llarnard School and intends to enter Yale. He belonged to the Freshman Debating Society, Hillhouse Players, Banjo-Mandolin Club, Moni- tor Squad, and Senior Chorus. He was Secretary of the Herzl Society. Reading is his hobby. 48 i sieva c use Sii qflfe Reef HERMAN FRANK Comm 24 Sylvan Ave. ".-l soldirfs heart is mighty tough." "Herm" graduated from VVebster School and intends to enter XVest Point to become an army ofhcer. He be- longed to the Freshman Debating Society and the Soccer Team 129. FRANCIS TWEREDITH COOPER FIOHN HANcocK COOPER 22 Frank St. " 'Tis well to be honest and true." john prepared at Union Grammar School, Fast Haven and will enter Yale this fall. He was a member of the Senior Chorus and Hi-Y. 22 Frank St. " 'Tis well to be 11zAcrry and wise." Francis entered from Union Grammar School, East Haven and plans to continue his studies at Stale. He was a member of Hi-Y and the Athletic Association. THoMAs RUSSELL CREIGHTON 429 Poplar St. "I had a hat. It was not all a haf." "Tom" entered from St. Francis' School, will attend Columbia, and plans to become a lawyer. He was a member of the Freshman Football and Track Teams, La- crosse Team, Monitor Squad, School Circle, W'riters' Club, Executive Committee, and Progressive Societyg and was a Competition Official of the "Sentinel". His hobby is reading. WILLIAM DIAMOINDH 304 Central Ave. " The right hand of fellowship." "Bill" graduated from Orange Street School and will enter the University of Pennsylvania to study-account ing. He was a member of the Freshman Debating So- ciety, Championship Spelling Team, Menorah Society, Chess and Checker Club, and Radio Club. His hobby is athletics. 49 f CLASS f Qiliigggi Qj192t7Sf?' C1l.xRl,Es FRANK D1 CAPUA 203 Wallace St. "The law p1'c.rc1'i'f's the varflz tl sp1lvl'c." "Charlie" graduated from Hamilton Grammar School and intends to study law at Fordham. He was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association. His hobby is dancing. , t 'laiiconome libwxan Dlli'l"1'lER 1202 XVhitney Ave. "The silent doctor .rlzook his lzeadf' "Ted" entered from VVhitneyville School and plans to become a doctor after attending W'csleyan. He was a member of the Freshman Hockey Team and Chorus, Rifle Club, and Hi-Y t5j. Skating is his hobby. . ,fx :N xj Gaokoia .-X. iJUl"l"Y, l' A X11 20.3 Lhnton Ave "H'1't1z horns and trzfmpcts more to Illf1d1llSS sat!! "Duff" prepared at Clinton Avenue School. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society and Chorus, Italian Club 431, Lower Orchestra t2j, Hand, and Sen- ior lfxecutive Committee. He was Manager of the Sopho- more Baseball Team, President of the Lower Orchestra in his Senior year, and took part in the A. A. Minstrel. liimxrrxaim FR.xNe1s F,xl.s1zv 275 West Park Ave. "H'h0 shall decide zelzcn doctors dl'SfIfjl't'f?.W' "lid" graduated from I.. Vvheeler Beecher School and intends to study medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society and Chess and Checker Club, a Competition Official on the "Sentinel" Editorial Board, and a recipient of honors for two years. l fiil-IURGE FARREN, A I E 338 Greenwich Ave. H7716 first thing we do, lctlr kill all the ICI-'ZUj'C1'S.n George prepared at St. Peters School and plans to e11- ter Yale to study law. He was a member of the Fresh- man Debating Soeiety and Baseball Team, Hi-Y CID, and Varsity Baseball Squadg and was a Cheer Leader. His hobby is baseball. 50 Q i a a ra .3 .'U'lEl?.Al XQINCENT onx FAs.xNo 70 Sirinff St. . l s "S11rl1 Illlldit' before was vzvwr made." "Yin" entered from Truman Street School, intends to continue at Yale, and will become a pianist. Piano play- ing is his hobby. l l EDWARD FAZIO "lV11at 'WZ07l1'lCI' of man?" Edward was a member of the Athletic Association. 1 Louis AIEYER FINE 71 Oak St. "ll'he1'0 the law ends, fsVI'lIllll'V bcgi11.r." Louis graduated from XVebster School and intends to enter Yale and become a lawyer. He was a member of the Freshman Chess Club, Boys, Debating Society, Sen- ior Orchestra, and Band 125. The saxophone and radio are his hobbies. XVALTER STEPHEN Fourxlery, GJ E. 64 Derby Ave, "Hc ronqzfcrs who c'1IdIlI't'X." "XValt" entered from St. .Iohn's School and plans to attend Fordham. He was Manager of the Freshman Football Team, and a member of the Baseball Squad and Basketball Squad CSJ. Bowling is his hobby. S l l XVALTER j.xMEs Foam 31 Dayton St. 'Z-izzotlicr lawyer!" "XValt" graduated from Davis Street School and i11- tends to study law at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Gym Team, and Debating Societyg and Sophomore Chorus, Hillhouse Players 135, Hi-Y, and Track Squad. l . 51 CLASS Q7-'fij iiigfrez fffzg WALTER EDWARD GALLAGHER, A I E 33 Irving St. "The world is too much with u.r."' "Gal" entered from Barnard School, will attend the University of Pennsylvania, and plans to study brokerage and foreign trade. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Hi-Y CZJ, Freshman Hockey Squad, Gym Team, Swimming Squad, Lacrosse Team QZQ, and Hillhouse Players. Tennis and lacrosse are his hobbies. GRAHAM XIVILLIAM G12u11ARD'r 131 XVest St. "Sport that wrinkled care deridesf' "Geb" graduated from Sacred Heart School and in- tends to enter Holy Cross to become a lawyer. He was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Basketball Squad, and Ride Club: and was Manager of the Hillhouse Mid- get Basketball Team, His hobby is,sports. . Q A NGELO GIAQUINTO .losern JOHN GIBBONS 448 Ferry St. "'Tlze pen is the tongue of the mindf' "joe" entered from St. Francis' School and intends to take up law. He was a member of the Freshman De- bating Society, Orchestra QZQ, Sophomore Baseball Team, junior and Senior Choruses, Writers' Club 125, and Pro- gressive Society. Reading is his hobby. "Quo z'ad'isf Angelo was a member of the Xthletic Association NORMAN ISRAEL GODFRIED, fb B KD 55 Gilbert St "Row, brother, row, the stream runs fast." "Nutty" prepared at Prince Street School, will enter Yale, and intends to become an architect. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Debating Society and Chorus, Wrest- ling Squad, Chess and Checker Club, and Boys' Debating - F' flt"S ti Il". His Society, and was .xbhlbldlll Lditor o tic en nc hobby is rowing. '52 I . i e D G E eff ! M guieml g EDWARD MAl.l.oRv GRACI-:MAN 110 Dwight St. "lVlmf tl ffllffl of mzfvlzmrv '?'0IIl1'lIfIilIOIl5Ij' fwll.v." "Grace" entered llillhouse from XVest High School, Minneapolis in his Senior year. He was a inember of the 1Vriters' Club, Hi-Y, and Hillhouse Players. His bobby, as he says, is Hversifying in prodigious cacophouyfy He intends to enter the University of Pennsvlvania, sociation and his h bbv is eadin .AUSTIN R11'l.1-:Y HARMoN 365 VVillUW Sf- "1'rvszm1pfi0z1.s' HI-UH!" "Aussie" entered from XVeiss' School and plans to con- tinue at Yale. He belonged to the Freshman Motto Club and Debating Club, Rifle Club, and "Sentinel" Editorial Board. He was a Competition Official on the "Sentinel" in his Senior year and received honors for his Senior year. Golf is his hobby. hlffdllllillfj llzakdlz ll full lllllllf' FRANK GUm,x 174 lixchantf 5t. be Frank prepared at Strong School and intends to study medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Athletic As- ALFRED XVILLIAM HAYNEs 75 Highland St. "How powerful hr was and grand." HAI" entered from the St. Francis Orphan Asylum. He was a member for three years and Captain in his fourth year of the Varsity Baseball Team, a member of the Bas- ketball Team QSJ, Football Team QZJ, School Circle, Stu- dent Council and Student Court for his junior and Senior years, and Monitor Squad: and was winner in his Senior year of the Holmes Cup. Bum um ARTHUR FlFMQl.EY 75 Whalley Ave. "Book and lzrart mils! rzcfirr part." "Bernie" prepared at Dwight Street School and intends to enter Yale. He was a member of the Athletic Associa- tion, and his hobby is reading. 53 zcagffff Qffeg .519 2 fgeg. li' S'l'liVV.XR'l' XVALKMQ HoI.M12s 45 Quentin St. "Kewl, nmrlc, lea "Sherlock" prepared at Putnam Avenue School and will study finance at Amherst. He belonged to the Freshman Debating Society and the Senior Chorus, and was Treas- urer of the XVriters' Club in his Senior year. Reading is his hobby. 1 .. llIIll.I1' ZISKIN l-loRw1'r "Tell mc' not in 'Hl-Ultflliflll mf1nbm's." "Flip" entered from Scranton Street School, will con- tinue at Clark University, He was a member of the Sophomore lnterclass Debating Team and the Varsit l 1 c c . y the Demosthenes Medal. hobbies. .TUHN HEYKE, A I E Box 112, Blake St. "ll'l1t11'.' .viylz for flzr' fouflzaclzef' "Bus" graduated from Putnam Avenue School, intends to enter the University of l'ennsylvania, and plans to be- come a dentist. He was a member of the Freshman Hockey Squad and the Rifle Club, and was Vice-President of the Freshman Motto Club. rn, and l'lI'Zl'Ul'dl-V digest." EDXVARD HoRw1TZ S78 State St. "A simple child that lightly rl1'cm's its l1reu.fl1." "Happy" graduated from Orange Street School and will enter Yale to become a lawyer. He was a member of the Hillhouse Midget Basketball Team, the Chemistry Club, and the Yarsity Basketball Team. His hobby is basketball. Z S2 Greenwood St. and intends to become a teacher. Uebating Team, and a Winner of Debating and reading are his NEr.soN ROGER Howxko 703 George St. "Az'erse alike to flutter or offend." Nelson prepared at Dwight Street School and plans to enter the University of Pennsylvania. He belonged to the Freshman Track Squad, Sophomore Motto Club, La- crosse Team. and Tennis Team. Tennis is his hobby. 54 M W .lik J 1 -..g iigflwane sfggmiaif. fg tjlfelmg :Q Mounts Isa.-ml. 358 VVest Portsea St. "Ile is lrzm I0 one fvarly---tllnfs flflll-.S'l'1f.H "Misch" entered from Truman-Street School and plans to continue at lfxeter and then Oxford. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Chorus, Track Squad t2,J, Swim- ming Squad 135, and Writers' Club. T,oUIS Izzo hobby is skating, EDWARD Dorv JACKSON 782 Orange St. "To low thc grime almva the price." "Fd" prepared at VVorthington Hooker School and in- tends to take up a business career after a course at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Foot- ball Team, Hockey Team, and Tennis Team, Varsity Ten- nis Team, and cast of the Freshman Christmas play. He was President in his Freshman year, Vice-President in his second year, and Treasurer for two years of Hi-Y. Ath- letics is his hobby, l 92 NVallace St. Hfllzytlziizg for 0 quiet lifcf' "Giggetts" graduated from Hamilton School, will enter Columbia, and plans to beco1ne a doctor. ,He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Chorus and the Italian Club. His Iinnuxim CRANDALI, DTUHNSUN, A A E 785 Forest Road "find he was 41 jolly good fellow." "Tibby" entered from Orange Street School and will prepare to become a banker at Yale. He was a member of the Champion Freshman Debating Team, for which he received the Demosthenes Medal, and Alternate on the Champion Sophomore Debating Team. He was a member of the 'KSentinel" Editorial Board, Monitor Squad, Class Hook Editorial Board, Senior Executive Committee, School Circle, and Hi-Y Q41 SUNNITI -lomxsox 290 Division St. "A 1lLC'l'ChtI1lf 0ffjl't'l1f I-ruffle tlzrungh the world." "Sunny" prepared at Orange Street School and intends to become a business man. He took part in the junior and Senior Tennis Tournaments and was a member of the Athletic Association. Tennis is his hobby. 55 71028-SS ,L ATJL 1 , , -.W - 1 ,gg QF,i..:g -QQ11Q27.:'ge 444. I-',-,. i i i 'lou N Micnaizx, .lov "Prompt people' are airways on time." "Dutch" entered from St. Francis' School and plans to take up journalism at Notre Dame. He was Manager of the Freshman Track Team, Publicity Manager of the lfreshinan Debating Society, Sport Editor of the "Sen- tinel", Manager of the Cross Country Team QZD, a reci- pient of the Scroll and Quill, Treasurer of the Progres- sive Society, and a member of the Class Book Editorial Board, Lacrosse Team, Rifle Club, Italian Club, Wfriters' ELDRIDGE DURAND -IoNEs 29 Sidney St., East Haven "Lap mv in soft Lydirm airs." "Pat" entered from Gerrish Grammar School and plans to take up music at New York University. He was a member of the Freshman Track and Gym Teams, Sopho- more Clee Club, and Senior Apparatus Teamg and was President and Manager of the Boys' Glee Club. His hobby is music. 143 English St. Club, Monitor Squad, and School Circle. 'lonrv EDNVARD KELLEHER, K9 E 145 View St. "A lad of mettlef' "Kell" prepared at Lovell School and intends to study medicine at Boston College. He was a member of the junior and Senior Executive Committees, Rifle Team, Monitor Squad. and Chess and Checker Club. Skating is his hobby. DAVID HARol.D K.Kl'l.AN 86 Scranton St, "Sink or swim." "Lanky" entered from VVebster School, is preparing for Columbia, and plans to take up dentistry. He was a mem- . ber of the Athletic Association. His hobby is swimming. l'.-xui, TowNsEND KENNEDY 304 Lexington Ave. "To tcarli flip young idea how to shoot." "jump" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and pans lo einer X'Vcsleyan. He was a member of the Moni- tor Squad, Hi-Y 125, and llanjo-Mandolin Club: and was Vice-President in his third year and President in his Sen- ior year of the Rifle Club. 56 agvane f iggfgxaa, C guemal ig XYA LTER K LAR M AN "l'Vif, now and then." XValter was a member of the Athletic Association. IonN IEDWARD LE.-xxx' 158 Dewitt St. "I follow tlzf' popular rl1o1'rt'." "Pee-wee" entered from Sacred Heart School, will con- l Iuviwu KI.1t:ER, S2 A 470k Oak St. "ll'l1y .vlzoulzl life bc' all 7uorleJ"' "Irv" graduated from Scranton Street School and will take up medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Ath- letic Association. tinue at Holy Cross, and intends to become a lawyer. He was a member of the Freshman Track Team, Chorus. and Motto Club: the Varsity Track Squad t3j, Lacrosse Team l2j, Boys' Glee Club, and Baseball Squad. His hobby is boxing. GEoRfsE LEWIN 1519 Chapel St. "They also serve 'ztfllo only stand and wait." George prepared at Colonial Park School and plans to study law at Yale. His hobby is piano playing, and he was a member of the Athletic Association. .lack 1-IEBM.'XN, A P E. 528 XVinthrop Ave. "floppy: rcidintilzg good t'lI6l'7'.H "Bow-wow" entered from Ivy Street School and will continue at Yale. He was President of the Progressive Society, Vice-President of the Menorah Society, and a member of the Senior Urchestra, Chess and Checker Club, and Boys' Debating Society. 57 -- . N41 'J i.GQ,51,-SSQ Q QF, 53192 NixTn.xN llfllxrzazi 319 Morse St., Highwood "So xzlmzf, yet so wi.vc."' Nathan intends to become a teacher. He was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association. His hobby is French. 'il-lI1!jflIft'I', holding boil: his .ria'c,v." l'J.xvm l.. l,Ul'A'l'lN 107 Carmel St. "Smiles" graduated from Clinton Avenue School and - intends to study medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Chemistry Club, Progressive Society, and Chess and Checker Club. Athletics and music are his hobbies. xVIl.l.l,XM l7R,fxNcIs lllixniiiz 23 Market St. "l'I0uglz the watery deep." "YVill" entered from St. Francis' School and will take up the study of law at Holy Cross. He was a member of the Track Team t2l, and the Football Team. Swimming is his hobby. V nuns lll.-XINIORSRXJ A P E 61 Truman St. "The frcslz air flC7l1li.u Morris prepared at Truman Street School and intends to enter Yalef He was a member of the Freshman De- bating Society, Nordau Society, Progressive Society, and Menorah Societyg and was Leader of the Banjo-Mandolin Club in his junior year. His hobby is swimming. FRANK JAMES MCGUIRE, A I E 26 Elm St. "The answer to a 1lLCIilil"H'S prc1yc1'."' "Brud" graduated from Orange Street School and is preparing to enter Yale. He was a member of the Or- chestra t3j, Band Q3j, cast of the Freshman Christmas play, School Circle, and cast of the School Circle Christ- mas play: and was Leader of the Band in his Junior year, Chairman of thc'Senior Social, and Chairman of the Sen- ior Prom. 58 i an E 131 I ijUEl?J2i IJARRY Y. NlIl.l.l'IR, fb B 65 Arch St. "l,mn'11fd ln' runs in mmlir1'11aI lore." "Ply" graduated from Truman Street School and plans to study medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Football, Basketball, and Baseball Teamsg A. A. Minstrel, Yarsity Football Team, and Basketball Squad: and was a File Marshal in the Boys' XVeek. Par- ade. His hobby is athletics. Fiuxcis Romain' lXlUI.l.EN 29 Park St. " 'Tis cz llflltfjflf-V night I0 .vrv1'111, f11."' "Moon" prepared at St. jolmys School and intends to enter Holv Cross. He was a member of the Freshman Football Team, Hockey Team, and Motto Clubg the Swim- ming Team 133, and XVater Polo Team QZQ. His hobby is sports. linxx'lN liaxrtnrcr fyBRIEN, A I E 28 Maltby Place "He who labors ix rf'1ef1l'dcd." "lid" entered from Strong School and plans to continue at Yale. He was a member of the "Sentinel" Editorial Board, Senior Pin Committee, and Chemistry Clnbg and received honors for three years. CII.xkl.12s R,xvMoNn O'lJoNN12I.i. 615 XVinchester Ave. "I H1-!IlIllffIl'flll'C .S'.l'llL'0f7flILli0II." "Charlie" prepared at Ivy Street School and intends to enter Yale. He was Vice-President of the Freshman De- bating Society and a member of the Orchestra 1,4 3, Sopho- more Motto Club, and Student Council in his second year, and was Manager of the Upper Orchestra in his Senior year. His hobby is jazz. XY.Xl.'l'ER RICHARD Owiixs 540 Howard Ave. "Be ruzlvrly runrlfffy, but IIOf worldly zui.ve." XYalter prepared at Sacred Heart School, He was a member of the Athletic Association, and his hobby is golf 59 i -L - Y 1 ,, -., GLASS S f QF, Qilgfisg if-g PlARRY ALBERT PARl.A'ro 80 XNilliam St, "Swift on the ice, fast 701711 the stick." Harry entered from Orange Street School and plans to study dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania. His hobby is hockey. l.oU1s ANo1ai.o PERRUNE 174 Butler St. Ullafiliv am. I: from cure 1'm free." "Lou" prepared at Strong School. He was a member of the Athletic Association. lXlixsoN Tuoivins Riacono, A E K 208 NVest Rock Ave Mason prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and in- tends to enter Yale. He was Secretary of the Motto Club, President of the Debating Society, and a Delegate to the Student Council in his Freshman yearg a member of the Motto Club and Rifle Club in his second yearg and Assistant Editor of the "Sentinel", Vice-President of the Student Council, a Winner of the Scroll and Quill, and Editor-in-Chief of the Class Book in his Senior year. He was a member of the Student Court, Monitor Squad, and School Circle: and received honors for four years. llavm EDWARD RING 126 Willard St. " The 'IU01'Id'S tl tlzcafre, the earth a stage." David graduated from Benton School. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Debating Society, Senior Chorus, and Hillhousc Players 1335 and was Vice-President of the latter organization in his Senior year. FRED CARL RUESSLER 916 State St. one is silent, one is safe." Fred prepared at Ivy Street School and plans to study law at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Debat- ing Society, Track Team t3j, and Orchestra QSJ. Track is his hobby. 60 Q 3EfjUA 6 1.a-Tf gf,f1fezaaf HERMAN HARRY IQOSI-INFIELD, A P 2 245 Sherman Ave. "Ho beams good will to all." "Rosie" entered from Roger Sherman School and in- tends to study accounting at the University of Pennsyl- vania. He belonged to the Freshman Chorus and Debat- ing Society, Menorah Society, and Progressive Society. His hobby is tennis. CHARLES STEPHEN SCHNELLE 23 Notkin St. "Let me have audience for a 'word or two." "Charlie" entered from Dixwell Avenue School and plans to attend Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and Debating Society, Hi-Y f3j, "Sentinel" Editorial Board. and Boys' Debating Society: was Edu- cational Secretary of the Chess and Checker Club 129, Chairman of the Chemistry Club Program Committeeg and received honors for two years. Noun SIIULMAN "I see before me the gladiator llc." Noah graduated from Truman Street School, intends to enter Yale, and plans to follow a business career. He was a member of the Champion Freshman Debating Team, Freshman Chorus, Rifle Club l2j, Wrestling Team CSD, Radio Club, Iloys' Glee Club CZQ, Senior Chorus, Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Electricity Club, Spanish Club, and Boys' Debating Society. XVrestling is his hobby. SAMUEL RUMANOFF 10 Lyon St, "laugh and the world laughs of you." "Rummie" entered from Orange Street School and plans to continue at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Menorah Society, Boys' Cflee Club, Spanish Club, and Senior Chorus. Athletics is his hobby. Dixviu jUl.1Us Sc'uwAR'rZM.xN, Y A fb 395 Orange St. "After dcotlz, the clarion" "Dick" entered from Orange Street School, intends to continue at Yale, and plans to become a doctor. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Team, Herzl Society. Chemistry Club, and Senior Chorus. Horseback riding is his hobby. 24 Clover Place 61 A CLASS Qfigg. 319.32 rfffl HARRY SIGELV, S2 A E Slpfugg St, "Quiet but cjirz'el1t." "Skinny" prepared at VVebster School, will enter Yale. and plans to become a lawyer. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society and Orchestra, Boys' Debat- ing Society, VVriters' Club, Hillhouse Players, Progres- sive Society, and Chemistry Clubg and was President of the Menorah Society. Football is his hobby. .Nea Pun. SKULNICK 72 Fairiield Ave. "Little we kno-to of our greatest." Abe prepared at Truman Street School and intends to be a scientist. He was a member of the Ulympia Staff during Boys' XYeck. His hobby is golf. l Moxkoa Asnaiz SPIIER 143 Bradley St "l-Vlzat .is the little one thznl my about ' "Shrimp" entered from Orange Street School and in- tends to study medicine. He was a member of the Or- chestra t'4J, Freshman Debating Society, Hillhouse Play- ers, Band, and cast of the A. A. Minstrel. Horseback riding is his hobby. Momzis 'IAGER 429 George St. "The mamzrclz mind." Morris entered from VVebster School and plans to take up the study of medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Progressive Society, and Boys' Debating Team in his Senior and Junior years: was Vice- President in his third year and President in his fourth year of the Chess and Checker Club, and Educational Secretary and Vice-President offthe Boys' Debating So- ciety: and received honors for the entire four years. l:I.tJR.XIi .IUSIEPII TOMESIIEFSRL 75 .Highland St. "Hr docs what llc' docs well." "Ray" prepared at the St. Francis Orphan Asylum and intends to enter Holy Cross. He was a member of the Freshman Football, llasketball, and Baseball Teamsg the Varsity Football Team t2j, Basketball Team QSQ, and Baseball Team LSJ. Sports is his hobby. 62 -f v r' f, l fgmane N-.X ix if joux Y.xRRoNi-2 C16 Cedar Hill Ave. "His not to 1'easo11 iulzy-lzis but fo 111111110 1'cf1ly." "jon" entered from Lovell School and intends to con- tinue at Yale. He was a member of the Orchestra 131 and lfreshman Chorus, and received honors for two years. Howiixn kVIl.I.l.XM Xf1Iil5IiR'l' 181 Fairfield .-Xve. "I fI'I'IllIlI16d 111131 111111115 L'0llSllI1IC'll the 'lllllllllllflflf oil." Howard prepared at Truinan Street School and plans to enter Yale and become a dentist. 'lle was Treasurer of the Boys' Debating Society and a member of the Chess and Checker Club, Chemistry Club, and Progressive So- ciety. Tennis is his hobby. 1xlC'I'I,XRD IJANIEI. XX'E1oLiz, A A 2 142 Cold Spring St. "Dick" prepared at Vwiortliington Hooker School, will enter Yale, and plans to take up newspaper work. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and Debating So- ciety, Hi-Y 141, Boys' Glee Club 121, School Circle. Chess and Checker Club, and Monitor Squad. He was l'resiclent of the Freshlnan Chess Club: winner of a De- mostlienes Medal, Thrift Prize, Herzl Declaniation Con- test, Columbia Historical Oratorical Contest: and Chair- man of the "Sentinel", Secretary of Hi-Y in his ,lun- ior year, and Chairman of the Class Day Committee. GEoRrzE JOSEPH XDXVITZ 36 Stanley St. "llf'hu1' good Ill-tlll ix not his own f1'1'c11d."' A'Colonel" graduated from Barnard School and plans to study accounting at New York-.-University. He was Nlziiiageiwpf the' Fresliqkan Tennis Team and a member ofmthe lfreslnnan Debating Society, Baseball Squad, Bas- ketball Squad, junior and Senior Chortrses, Chemistry Club, and Fri-Qxcli Club. His hobby is sports. WJ v' L v 63 ' env , Y, ,-3, A L ,S 112 QFV1gfi, 7' S519 2 7 -M ia Hinge' Srientitir Glnurmf jo11N HJXRRY ACAMPQRA 89 Hamilton St. ".S'zrr!z wirtzze is there in robe and gown." "Acompanora" graduated from Greene Street School and intends to study law at New York University. He was a member of the Athletic Association and Italian Club. Football is his hobby. l 26 Bassett St. EDNVARD IRVING ADAMS, Y A KID "The Low, our lehzgdomfs golden chain." Entering from Ivy Street School, "Ed" intends to take up law at Stanford. During the course of his first three years he belonged to the Freshman Grchestra, and De- bating Society, and was President of the Junior Orches- tra. ln his Senior year he belonged to the Band, School Circle, Monitor Squad, and Senior Social Committee: and was l'resident of the ltalian Club. Yice-l'resident of the Herzl Society, Chairman of the Qlass Gift Committee, l.oU1s jmiizs .'XiEi.I.o 25 VVinthrop Ave. "The doctors are our friends." "Happy" entered from Scranton Street School and ex- pects to continue at Fordham and to follow the medical profession. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and the Rifle Team. Hockey is his hobby. l M1LToN HAROLD :ALBERT . I and Yicc-l'l'c'sidcnt of thc lnter-fratemity Council. 266 Dixwell Ave. "O'er every hill that under heaven expands." "Milt" entered from Ivy Street School and will take up law at New York University. He was a member of the Freshman Debating and Track Teams, the Soccer Squad f3j, Radio Club, Progressive Society, and A. A. Minstrel Cast, and was Vice-President of the Menorah Society. Hiking is his hobby. 64 . , ?gi'l!2R,DG fiilifdw, 'vena ll.xRRv .-XR'rnUR Axmzksox 204 Ferry St. "Grid ist alles." ".Xndy" graclnated from Greene Street School and plans to take up business at Michigan. He was a member of the Athletic Association and had perfect attendance in school for his whole four years. His hobby is money. KEN NETH fx NDERSUN ,lost-31-H .Xuxx l'i.XKIER 207 Day St. "The natlrral nlrme is fu'1'1m111c11t." "-Iosephus" entered from Dwight Street School and plans to become an electrical engineer. He belonged to the Freshman Track Team. Pool is his hobby. "A quiet man is apt to be a great man Kenneth was a member of thc Athletic ASSOCIEIUOI1 H1 NDFII L1 im lov bi PCIIER 34 Third St. FRED CHARLES B.xR,xLo1c l57 Liberty St. . "There is music in tlze air." "Feby" came from Prince Street School and will be- come an engineer, continuing at New York University. He belonged to the Athletic Association and the Radio Club. Radio is his hobby. Hull U11 s tlzundvzzv melt in IIll1Slt'.H "Beech" graduated from Dixwell Avenue School and plans to take up boys' work at Springfield. During his second year he was a member of the Orchestra and Rille Club. He belonged to the Spanish Club in his Senior year. His hobby is music. 65 ., --l. l , ---- - Q 1 lJ?I1,g2,QZ5ir QFS 24:19 2.7.-fa gfllplbfff 'f M312 J C :XARUN Z. Bizroos, fb B Kb 44 Vernon St. "llr1'-x' why 1111111 tl wlzc'1'1'f01'c." "Zeke" entered from XVebster School and will continue at Yale University, following a professional career. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and the Var- sity lfootball 'l'eam. ,Football is his hobby. NAl'Ul.1i0N Cmslxx l5oR'roL.xN 124 Sylvan Ave. ".--11'1fy f0IlfjllFS that syllable lllC'II'S 1lCllllL'.Y.U "Nobby" entered from Ivy Street School and will take a medical course at Syracuse. He belonged to the Fresh- man Track Team and the Athletic Association. His hob- by is talking. josrzru BE1.I.ANToNE 120 Farren Ave. "One flzut cxrells in the qzlirks of bla:011i11g pans." "joe" entered from Strong School and will continue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He was a mem- ber of the Vllriters' Club. Track is his hobby. CnARl.12s Bnixoifoko B11JwE1.1,, .X E K 370 Central Ave. Nfllllli bears his 1111151111151 hozzors tlzicle 1111011 lZl'lll1.H "Brad" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and will take up forestry at Yale. ln his second year he was on the "Sentinel" Business Board. His third year found him the Circulation Manager of the "Sentinel" and recip- ient of the Scroll and Quill. In his Senior year he was a member of the School Circle, Monitor Squad, and Hi-Y Executive Committeeg and was also Business Manager of the "Sentinel" and Business Manager of the Class Rook. l , ,,l VVILMUT Oscar: BRock1zR'r 105 XVhalley Ave. "The bell IICUGI' rings itself." "Bill" entered from Masten Park High School in Buf- falo, New York and intends to study electrical engineer- ing at Rensselaer. He belonged to the Radio Club. Radio is his hobby. 66 aivnne jfzaz R mrenmf H.xRoln llIl.I..XRD BRODSKY 59 Redlield St. "Thr rare is won." "Hal" entered from Truman Street School and will take up medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Glee Club, Track Squad C4D, Cross Country Squad 43 3, and Nordau Society QZQ. His hobby is skat- nw b . i l AlURRlS YALE BRowx l9 Sylvan .-Xve. "Tha fjl1Ili.YUIlIC fight of j11ri.s'fv1'11a'c11ce." "Mury" graduated from 'XVebster School and will take up l wpt 'o fmbia. l his If eshman year he belonged to the Las 'Team and? ljeb ing Society, ,He belonged to the .'5lQdd'6l1ti1y Squat "in his ijiiliiorryear. His last year found him a inember of the Band, l,Vriters' Club, Norclau Society, and Menorah Society. Basketball is his hobby. ' i Ro1sI2R'r 'l'noM.xs BURNS 3053 X'Vhitney Ave. "Ilene Ceres' gifts in waiting jvrospccz' .rf1111d.f' "Hob" entered from Mount Carmel Grammar School and plans to continue at the Connecticut A-Xgricultural Col- lege. His hobby is outdoor sports. W.xl.'l'ER liRNEs'r L'ixRl.soN, A E K 59 Prospect St. tale in 6'Z'Cl'j'fl'lfIIfj.'i "XYalt" entered from Orange Street School and plans to lake up engineering at Yale. He was a member of the .-Xthletic Association and Class Pin Committee. Reading is his hobby. W'11.l.1,xM JOSEPH CARR 31 Roy St., liast Haven "l'Vlzen falceaz fo be wc!! shaken." "Bill" entered from Gerrish Grammar School and will continue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He was a member of the XVriters' Club and Chess and Check- er Club. His hobby is stamp collecting. 67 '-:,- il ' g192o71-Ii Ricimkn HENRY CAk'1'ER, A I E 246 Spring St. "Listen to tlzzn' song, and learn it." "Dickl' entered from Truman Street School and will study surgery at Dartmouth. ln his Freshman year he belonged to the Chorus, Debating Club, and Track Team. During his third year he took part in thc A. A. Minstrel and acted as Assistant Manager of Basketball. In his Senior year he was a member of the Monitor Squad, Glee Club, Chorus, A. A. Minstrel castg and was Manager of thc l-Basketball Team. QXNTIIONY TJANHZI, Ciziuaoxic, Box 35A, Northford, Conn. "I can not sing 'HIC old songs now." I "Dan" came ffrom District School N tlnwlaer 4 and plans to take up vocal stu ' atitlie' Conservatory of Music in Naples, ltal 'Hel nember of the Italian Club, Senior Clitfikgfinkl Athletic Association. His hobby is singing ',ftcnor". .1 ' 1 FRANK W1L1.1.xM CARTER 164W Peck St. 'The game is up." "Nick" graduated from Clinton Avenue School and plans to study medicine at Dartmouth. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, Fresh- man Debating Team, and the Sophomore Social Com- mittee. During his last two years he has been a member of the Rifle Team, Varsity Track Team QZB, Hillhouse Players, ltalian Club, and Senior Chorus. His hobbies are billiards, hockey, and baseball. l 1 ll.X'1'RlCli Anrnoxv CEN'r1:oNE 253 NVest Carlisle St. "Let ns ronsiclw' the reasons of tlzv vase." "Mouse" came from Truman Street School and will study to be a lawyer at New York University. He was a member of the Freshman Basketball Team, Swimming Squad, Checker Team, and Basketball Squad. His hob- bies are bowling and billiards. , LUKE JOHN CERRoNE Box 35.-X, Northford, Conn. "So lived our Sli'l'L'S, era doctors lcwrrncd to kill." plans to st y 1 Swcjaie at u ts. He belonged to .the Chemistry Clin, tallan Club, and Athletic Association. Basketball is his hobby. .-J3Ck-p elggrigfroin Digycg-kSg61Iw19Nu11ilmer 4 and 68 1 . 8. . G gf M 3 f .VGPH-.ill Sol, DAVID C1-mix 527 XYinthrop Ave. "I am no nrnfnr, ax 1?l'HflI.S' is." "Chaney" entered from Roger Sherman School. llc was a member of the Progressives, Nordau Society, Hill- house Players, and 1926 and 1927 A. A. Minstrel casts, and was Treasurer of the Radio Club. He won second prize in the 1926 Theta Sigma Declamation Contest. Radio and acting are his hobbies. 'lick QX. Cims.xNoifIf 40 Gilbert Ave. 'Ulf my fingers' ends." "Chazzie" entered from Scranton Street School and plans to continue at Yale. He belonged to the Athletic Association. His hobby is radio. Gitoktaia M. C11ERNoif1f 94 H6201 Sf- "I fwazrse for a reply." "l'cdgy" graduated from Ivy Street School and plans to study finance at Alabama. He was a member of the Freshman Baseball and Hockey Teams, and the Chess Team, Debating Society, and Xordau Society. Skating and swimming are his hobbies. NICIIUIAS Ciorifi 192 Exchange St. "Dame Ju.vt1'rc aieiglziizg long the doubtful I'lig1If.'H "Nick" entered from Strong School and will continue at Fordham, taking up law. He belonged to the Italian Club and Athletic Association. Basketball is his hobby. .'xBR.XHAlNT DAVID Counts 13 Spruce St. "Thrre's tr time for all flIl.3'lg.S'.H "Abe" graduated from Prince Street School and plans to take up engineering at Yale. -He was a member of the Athletic Association. His hobbies are baseball, foot- ball, and bowling. 69 i r sy. V Q 4' Q, V .5-Y Q aGLsf.1fSiS QE .1122 e7.-5:-2 . l Nlokizls CUIIEN, LII B KD 629 George St. "fl dentist is KI bo1'e.r0n1e num." "Muddy" prepared at Scranton Street School and will take up dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania. He belonged to the Freshman Chorus in his first year. Dur- ing his Senior year he was a member of the Executive Committee, Business Board ofthe "Sentinel", School Circle, Monitor Squad, Class Gift Committee, and Inter- fraternity Council: and was manager of the llaseball Team. His hobby is swimming. li,-XRNEY Cool-ER "Good fCIlkl'1'.YifHlf' only found in Ilarisf' "lsiunny" entered from lmira Free . ad ny at Elmira, N Work, and plans to yfoll w MSI ess career. He w s member of the Italian ul . j, Men rah Society UIEURKLIE ConEN 8 Wlaverly St, "fit many flilllclf I Irrouglzt in my account." "Ciij" entered from Truman Street School and will study to be an accountant at New York University. He belonged to the Athletic Association. Basketball is his hobby. SAMUEL E. COIIEN, fb B 376 Whalley Ave. "Tl1r11 I Illlifjllf wisely swinz, or gladly sink." Samuel graduated from Roger Sherman School and plans to take up medicine at the University of Michigan. ln his Freshman year he belonged to the Orchestra, De- bating Team, and Chorus. He was a member of the Gym Squad and Orchestra in his third year. During his Senior year he was on the Swimming and Track Teams. His hobby is swimming. , 392 George St. fill llelil l2Xj,'Nojdau Society 125, and ' l Societyfy Basketball and billiards are his hobbies. VVIl.l.IAlVI Hmnoson Coucn 108 Shelton Ave. "I do fvc'1'rr'iw here a divided duty." ' "Bill" graduated from Ivy Street School and plans to continue at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Ur- chestra, l.it Magazine Board, and VVriters' Clubg and was Secretary of the Chess and Checker Club, Treasurer of the Wlriters' Club, and President of the Radio Club. Radio is his hobby. 70 - - 3- e- efgffuoee we efigw.x.a,ff1. IQ .fu nm, ii 'l'11oM.xs linwxnn QUYNE 328 XYh:xlley Ave. "Xu 1lIflIlI'.Y kllnfulmlge mn gn beyond his !'.l'f7l'7'1'f'lllT'.H "Toni" entered from Roger Sherman School and will study engineering at Georgetown. llc was on the Hockey Squad during' his first two yczlrs. Skating is his hohhy. C. JACK CRocKE'rT 23 Foster St. "No llltlll can Ion' what llc nc'r'rr find." .lack entered from Wbrtliington Hooker School. He was il member of the Athletic Association. GIEOIUZE CUNNINGHAM "fl good fellow is alftwiys zw'li'01110." George was Zl member of the Athletic Association. l fj1eR.xI.1J 'll.noMx.xs DALY 17 Tilton St. V -X ,L .i'f'3-GGMFJI XIIIIIIIIJFVJ kli.YS your eyes." f rho? Q kv, Q' 'sony gmduatecl from Ivy Street School and will entQ ,CcrmThk:5Tj,I'lel,lmelo11g'ed to the Ifreshman Motto Cluhg-Spa Q11 W .ulJ,iancl Athletic Associatiozi. Sleeping is his hbhbyf X7 Runolmli .AXNDREW l3,xM1.xNr 961 State St. "liv1II'Ht't' is thy If't1I'lIlllfj.7H "Rudy" prepared at Lovell School and plans to take up medicine at New York University. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club and the Chemistry Cluh. Radio and movies are his hobbies. l 71 ii' -M i - f 5-QD L ll T - ,L , , ' ?1 QF, -L19 1? 7.- :it GEORGE DORIN 240 Division St. "lf1'l1af should a Illfflll do but bv llIt"l'l'-V.7l, "Pete'.' entered from Ivy Street School and will take up physical work at Springfield. He was a member of the Rifle Club, Baseball Team, and the Athletic Associa- tion. Athletics is his hobby. CARI, linwix ljUUGLAS 651 Orchard St. "Not our' f0rez'rlI.v I sim!! 1'er01ft'r." "Snookyl' entered from lvy Street School and will study medicine at Brown. His hobby is sports. ' l Doxixrn .-X. Eroklncsn, A E. K 227 Lenox St. t HS6l'l'Ilf', I fold my hands and Quail." "Don" entered from Strong School and plans to con- tinue at Yale. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club his second year. In his Senior year he was a mem- ber of the Football Squad, School Circle, and Monitor Squad: and was Chairman of the Class l'in Committee. Athletics is his hobby. .IUIIN Rixvilixnl. l2NscoE 36 Central Ave., Hamden "As they rake the grcelz-appearing ground." "jack" graduated from Putnam Avenue School and plans to take up agriculture at the Connecticut Agricul- tural College. He was a member of the Orchestra UH, Radio Club 125, and Riiie Club 123. li'hilately is his hobby. l ' .'N.xRoN l2l'S'1'EIN 792 George St. "Our year is fwlsf,-in dI'f7Tl'l'C'IIf srm1f'." "l2ppie" entered from Barnard School and plans to take up engineering at Yale. ' 72 i 1 4 4R G LE f i g!! Pi LEWIS -lx Mas T:ERRE'I'TI ll9 Columhus Ave. 'bind 7vl11'rr -W1111' 1'11.rv F1111 111' 1111 ':v01'.vc." "Doc" graduated from Prince Street School and will study medicine at Yale. He helonged to the Italian Cluh and Senior Chorus. Athletics is his hohhy. 1 l TSRMANII linkin 80 Poi-tsea St. Hllftll' yr not 11111 1111111 of llllvfjllf-X' zu01'k1'11gs."' "Young Perri" entered from Commercial High and in- tends to take up engineering at New York University. He was a inemher of the Athletic .'XSSOClIlTlOll. Howling is his hohhy. lfnwifxao CALNAN FITZGERALD, GJ 2 381 Central Ave. Hllofu his .vilmzrc ll,l'iIlffS nf ilzis afvfvlclzrszf' Uliddiel' graduated from Davis Street School and plans to study engineering at M. 1. T. He belonged to the Hi-Y Cluh in his second year and the Lacrosse Team during' his junior year. In his Senior year he was a memher of the Monitor Squad, School Circle, Hockey Team, Senior Executive Committee, and Business Board of the Class Book. Skating is his hohby. .TAIVIES GAl?I.XNELI.I I711t11m11 UCvlIIIfllt'llflll afzdcm CtllII'.S'." ' "jim" pared at T na 'treet S ' l alid will con- UUUC Ht 'n up engineering. He w 1 lnenlher the Athletic Association, Freshman Glee lub, and S iior Chorus. Foothall is his hohhy. Louis Ci.xR1aER 853 Edgewood ,fXvc. ".--111301160 11111kf'.r 1110 l1r'111't g1'01a1f011dr1'." "Lou" entered from Mount Vernon High and plans to continue at Yale. He helonged to the Hillhouse Midgets l2l, Athletic .-Xssociation, and Spanish Cluh. Radio is his holihy, 73 y 'al I , lf?L382S ' l g it 'l Z Xvll.l,I.XM l.l.oYD GII.soN Foxon Road, lfast Haven "Hooks are the c'wr-bzzrning Izmzjvs of ' UClTll1lll1lt1fl'd ruisdo'm." Wlilliam graduated from the Foxon Grammar School and intends to continue at Dartmouth. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Motto Club and the Athletic Associa- tion. Reading is his hobby. l Gizokuii Gono "Hcifa1kes szrrzicy of all the world." George entered from Orange Street School and intends to take up civil engineering at Yale. He belonged to the Athletic Association. V i sf QEEL 1192 7 SAWNIE R. GASTCHN, A E K 209 Alden Ave. "In action fuiflzfzfl and in honor clear." "Bus" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and will continue at Yale or Dartmouth. His third year found him in the Student Council, School Circle, Gym Team, and Track Squad: and he.was also Chairman of the jun- ior Social and President of the junior Class. In his Sen- ior year he was a member of the School Circle, Monitor Squad. Track Team, Gym Team, Spanish Club, Football Team, and the cast of the Christmas play: also being elected President of the Student Council and reelected President of the class. :HILTON GUDFRIED 116 Davenport Ave. "Lap me in soft Lydicm airs." "Milt,' came from Vllebster School and plans to continue at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Orchestra, Basketball Squad, and Track Squad. He also belonged to the Athletic Association. Music is his hobby. V 91 Mill River St. CARI. D.'XN'llJ GOODMAN 190 Butler St, Ca l entered fron icwell Avenue School and plans to l as o 1 otball and Baseball Teams and the u ibhn second and third years he was o tna id was Assistant Manager of in his r '. ln his Senior year he became f er of t Baeball Team. His hobby is athletics. 4 "Y0uf1z is full of sport." I Tc .4 ' Y . ' t Jhysica Cl ure at Chicago. ln his Freshman y r ie cl 7 ' ' . L ' 1 1 vw w n ie l ll ua i . ' Bc n 'eai ll eewfwe .ai for fl-fl Rafi, lim Ciiuxoifif 273 W'halley Ave. "Life ix ffzerkerea' .vhrrclv and .f1111.vl1i11r'." lfli entered from Prince Street School and plans to continue at New York University. He belonged to the Athletic .-Xssoeiation. Basketball is his hobby. .IonN hlosnrn CiUinoNE 224 Exchange St. "I lledrd Ill? Iifflf' bird say JU." "black" graduated from Strong School. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman 'Iiuinbling Squad. His hobby is gymnastics. l , Kicxxmn Hizlzrix 20 Harmon St. "T!11'.v ix ll lllll7'T'f'I of flu' 1fnz':'vrsr'." "Ken" came from lVhitneyville School and plans to take up engineering at Rensselaer. He was a member ol' the Freshman Orchestra, Radio Club, leli-Y QZD, and lliestling' Squad. Radio is his hobby. i Srnxnv fJI.IYER lflizicsiliwux, KID BLD 174 Goffe Terrace Hl.lI1lfjfl, and fhz' world lazrglzx with you." "Sid" entered from Benton School and is preparing to take up business after lixeter and Yale. ln his Fresh- man year he belonged to the Chorus, Debating Society, and Track Team. During his third year he was in the AX. A. Minstrel, was a member of the Executive Committee. and was Assistant Manager of the Track Team. His Senior year found him a member of the Senior Chorus, A. .-X. Minstrel cast, and Cross Country Squad: and Manager f of the Track rliC'llll. Lauffhinw' is his hobby. ' m h l Nl.xXwE1.1. lievmu l'loififM,xN 1554 Chapel St. "lv'vr1sm1 is flzc' Iliff' of the law." "Mac" graduated from Barnard School and will study law at Yale. He belonged to the Athletic Association. Swimining is his hobby. 75 ii ...V jg, -Q 1 -s., 9a9kfQ15f5 QE 1:1937-:fe IJOWARD Cn.xR1.i2s l-IUMESTON4, A 2 K 75 XVillis St. Hsfllllij' is like the l1el1r'e11'.r glorious .YLHLH "Howdy" prepared at Ivy Street School and will take up electrical engineering at Randolph 'Macon. He was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore Baseball Teams'and the Freshman Tumbling Squad. In his Senior year he belonged to the Basketball Team and was a Cheer Leader. He also belonged to the Gymnastic Team. His hobby is studying- i l.oUls l,llll.lP HURLEY Hl.ll'Zt"VFI'N are llltlllf' in ll day." R,xL1'1-1 lloixr 19 Elm St., East Haven Ralph entered from the Cierrish Avenue Grammar School and will take up law at XVesleyan. He was a mem- ber of the Swimming Team. Sports is his hobby. 18 Philip St. ".S'kc1fi11g1 is tl chilly f7lFt1.S'llI'l'.', "Lew" entered from Colonial Park School, VVest Haven, and plans to take up medicine at Harvard. Dur- ing his lirst year he was a member of the Hockey Team and Motto Club. He has also belonged to the Chemistry Club and the Varsity Hockey Team 433 g being Manager of the latter during his Senior year. Tennis and baseball are his hobbies. Doiviliwle lxxixovi 11516 Hill St- "Thr' birds ran an' why rcnff I?" "Dom" graduated from Prince Street School and plans to take up engineering at M. I. T. In his Freshman year he was a member of the Motto Club and Gym Squad. Air- plane building is his hobby. 1 W, FRANCIS P. IERARDI 740 Edgewood Ave. "Ready on ewry mai to tzmilzlef' "Fran" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and plans to follow the legal profession. In his second year he was a member of the Rifle Club. He belonged to the Hi-Y Club 125 and Gym Team QZJ 3 and was V-ice-Presv dent of the Italian Club. His hobby is gymnastics. 76 e iifwane jl.7en.afz XV11.l.1.xM jo11N IovANN.x 250 Columbus Ave. "Now flu' l1attle's ended." "Bill" enter'-d from,Prince Street School and plans to continue at T ifts, taking up medicine. He was a mem- ber of the Fr shman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, XVrest- ling Squad, Italian Club, Senior Chorus, and Hi-Y. Box- ing is his hobby. - , C11ARl-Es Josnru "illzr.v1't' t'.1'cllf.r melt joy' J "loe" entered from l riuce Street School and will study medicine at Howard. For three years he was on the lrack Squad. Music is his hobby. 1 1 PAU1. Rlculxko liANTRtm'l'rz 331 lidgewood Ave. "Lotus are not :nada for fha good." "Terry" prepared at Roger Sherman School and will l . l,oU1s jlxcolssow 159 Maple St. - "To sport tuithlxf1111o1'Lvlf1's in 1110 S1It7d6'.H It I n l'lt'1 gg t u s. . lhsllllllfl' of the Athletic Associatioi and Chess and Checker Llub. tlntdoor sports is his hobby. , .- e. me 1' 1I t Sly. Schoxo Aland plans to t phi cc n ' ft 1475 Chapel St. lsixnoiuc liANllIfIf 123 Scranton St. "No l'l'Ck01'lIi7lff made, bu! .wwf to my t1t't'ozozt." "He-ansy" graduated from Scranton Street School and will study to be an accountant at New York University. He belonged to the Freshman Basketball Squad and the Athletic Association. Basketball is his hobby. l take up law at Princeton. ln his first year he was a mem- ber of the Debating Society and Tennis Team. He also belonged to the Chorus f4j, Baseball Squad, and Herzl Society. His hobby is driving. 77 -WWW ...,,.-....,.-, V,-..,,......-.., .V ,,, ,. 4 W 'Y .kg 5 'J Aw- ' -gl nu ' .ivaaas g QE :mafia A mc liatiifmixlv A "C'o-ojwnzfimz, and :ml C0'lllf7CfI.fflIll, is the lift' of trafic." "Abie" came from Orange Street School and will take up business hnance at New York University. Ile was a member ot the Athletic Swinuning is his hobby. Y l Klcvlx liiivvucn lir:b:t:AN "Joy PIIIIIFS, grief "Kev" prepared at Ivy Street School and will continue at Georgetown, taking up engineering. He was a member of the Freshman Motto and Athletic Association. Skating is his hobby. lRv1Nts iblUR'1'UN Kixifsixow 456 Howard Ave. "Lr'arn'd was llc in lllUdliC,1ItIl lore." 'Kappyn came from Prince Street School and will take up medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Basket- ball Squad tsecond yearj and Athletic Association. W'ork is his hobby. 235 Davenport Ave. Association and Football Squad. RUIJULPII Lekov lQAUTZ, I' A X11 101 Alston Ave. "I strove with nancy for none was zvortlz my str'1'fc'." "Rudy" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and will continue at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Orchestra and the Hi-Y t3 J. Swimming is his hobby. l 748 Elm St. goes, we kzmfzt' not lime." Club, Ifreslnnan Hockey Team, .loHN T. IQIMBERLY, A A 2 197 Alden Ave. uEdllCt1fl'0II is a double-edged .m'orci." "jack" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and will study forestry at Yale. He was a member of the Fresh- man and Sophomore Motto Clubs and Sophomore Social Committee. In his junior year he became President of the School Circle, Marshal-in-Chief of the Monitor Squad, Advertising Manager of the "Sentinel", and a member of the Social Committee, Executive Committee, and Track Squad. He was also President of the Chemis- try Club. 78 eivaniaf fige fjuie 12.9.21 Isxooiuz Kl.1X'1'Zli1E 558 Grand Ave. "And swim to ywzdvr point." "Bright" graduated from Orange Street School. He belonged to the Athletic Association, Nordau Society, and Senior Chorus. Swimming is his hobby. hV1l.I.I.XM ARTHUR liN.x1'1' 00 Foote St "Deep .rfglzfcci in i1zfz'lligv11cz'." "Bill" prepared at lvy Street School and will take up ehemistry at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Chess and Checker Club, and Chemistry Club. He was an Honor Student during his first and third years. CARI. RoBERT Kossixcx 108 Mechanic St. HA'rl1fltI'Cf1fS all llcr clzildrelz with Stllllffllllllfj to do." Carl entered from Lovell School and will continue at Yale. Baseball and hockey are his hobbies. ALLAN BIICHAEI. Koolzy 1430 Dixwell Ave. "7'!1f1t was built in such a logical fuzzy." ".AXllie', entered from l'rinee Street School and will take up real estate law at Yale. He belonged to the .Xthletie Association. His hobbies are baseball and bowling. l W1i-L1AM .1'flONVARD KUGE1.I,, Y A dv 144 Gilbert Ave. "lVl1at dances .rlzall we flaw!" "Bill" eanie from Scranton Street School and will study for the medieal profession at Yale. He belonged to the Athletic Association, Nordau Society, Herzl Society, and Chorus. Swimming and dancing are l1is hobbies. 79 1 '1 14. n, g V Wm Y QV., ,NT-L 1, V 'KSQQLQQS Qi LIS? 1- IivERE'r'r HAMn.ToN I.AMOND 104 Lake St, HH""llL'7'6' law ends, fjlfllllllj' begins." "Lemons" entered from Commercial High and intends to continue at New York University and Yale Law School. He was a-member of the Golf Team, Wlrestling Squad. and Chemistry Club. Golf and billiards are his hobbies. lilCNgl.XlVllN .losrzrn LENTINE 542 Chapel St. "l'I! rharm the air to give ll SOIHIKII, ll'lzilt' you perform your antir 1'o11m1'." "joe Collegiate" prepared at Greene Street School and will enter Columbia to take up law. He belonged to the lfreslnnan lllotto Club., Freshman Debating Society, and Track Squad. Playing the saxophone is his hobby. llIiRliliR'l' l.Ev1N12, Civ B Cb 198 liclgewood Ave. "So long as tllvrc is wrong to right." "Herb" graduated from Dwight Street School and will continue at Yale. He was a member of the Tennis Team, Chorus, and llaslietball Squad in his Freshman year. In his last year he belonged to the Track Squad. l lS.XIJORE lavlxo l,liYlNIC 99 Kensington St. "Come forth into thc. liglli of tl11'r1ys." ' + ' !',v'.,x JH," ",ix.- C?m1CAfffJlllT5lFLll1g School and will take up op- to1ne1ry at Columbia. He was a member of the Athletic .'Xssociation. Hiking and swimming are his hobbies. Gus Levy USCl'l'0ltS in all m-utters." Gus was a member of the Athletic Association. 'S 80 ,. Y .r , A iffl!2RDE fl Qi .fU'EPfHM if U. ALr4ER'r l.1I.I.M,xN 736 Quinnipiac Ave. "I must go down to the seas againf' "Al" graduated from Strong School and expects to "fol- low the sea." He belonged to the Freshman Hockey Team and the Athletic Association. His hobby is boats. Moiuus l,II'CHITZ 252 Cedar St. "And der the hills and far awa-y." "Chutz" prepared at Prince St et School and eyipects I toftake up medicine at Yale. ,e was a member of the Fresln 'n ot Club, ,Menorah S cie .fTr,Qck 1 ildi f2l' lOY' Afl1 ' Agfso' ' n. C fis his hobby. V XYILLIAM ljAVID I.voNs 1558 Boulevard "Speak, brother, hast than hurt thee with the fall?" "Hill" graduated from Clinton Avenue School and will enter Yale. He was a member of the Athletic Associa- tion, Soccer Team 425, and Chemistry Club, Horseback riding is his hobby. HERBERT JOHN MACKENZIE 17 jean St. "All books are eiilzer dreams or sfcfordsf' "Mac" came from State Street School and will prepare for a business career at Boston University. His hobbies are sports and reading. THoMAs JAMES lXflALONEY 505 Huntington St. ' "Disc01's Concordia." "Tom" entered from Ivy Street School and plans to continue at Dartmouth. He was a member of the Athletic Association, Freshman Debating Club, Chess and Checker Club, and italian Club. Baseball and basketball are his hobbies. 81 - -J. f- 1-Y--W -aff-s-1.-q, I GIJQSCS. Qffgig 113192 e7.fEg BERNARD lN1ix'1'T1.ER HSllt'Cl'.Y.1' is Ollflllilltflli only by hard work." Bernard was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and the Athletic Association. glonx HENRY Maanoirii 291 George St. "And fltfllfli the lightlzilrgfs darts aside." " ack" entered in his So mholnorc 'ear from XVcst Haven 1 3 . . Higih School and expects to take up electrical engineering at Yale. Radio is his hobby, llvsciwrn josicvn lllixscolsx 17 Alling St. "Tim lzyacirztlz. for l'01l.S'ftIl'l'C'X' wi' its 11m'ha11g1'r1g blue." "Hy" prepared at Sacred Heart School and will con- tinue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Sophomore De- bating Team, Track Squad Qsecond yearj, NVrestling Team t2j, and Italian Club. Dancing, billiards, and sports are his hobbies. hlsmizs Y1Nc12N'r Mixzzaesxs 511 Uak St. "I find the 1uca'1'r1'11c worse than the Illtlltllfjhll 'Qlennie jr." entered from Scranton School and will take up medicine at Fordham. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and was Assistant Supervisor of the Rifie Team in his third year. Baseball and hockey are his hobbies. l A . zXI.FRED MLLICI UA man may be down but he's newer outf' Alfred was a member of the Athletic Association. 82 Y ' ' J Y :wane 'uma , 'tx ,fl.fEl?A jg A Y W A, ,Y , MAX iXl1l.l.l-IR 380 Sherman Ave. ' l "lf you fItI'Z'E' lsnorwlvdgc, let others light their candle at it." "Mac" graduated from Clinton Avenue School and will study engineering at Yale. He belonged to the Freshman Chorus and, in his third year, the Chess and Checker Club. ln his Senior year he was Manager of the Rifle Team. Yice-l'resident of the Chemistry Club, and a member of the Progressive Society, Debating Society, and "Sentinel" Editorial Board. Among his hobbies are mathematics. skating, and baseball. HARRY Mmrz 156 Derby Ave "I flzcuzk you for -vom' lIlIl.S'I'!', yenflcillzcizf' "Wigs" graduated from Scranton Street School and will enter Yale. He was a member of the Athletic As- sociation. Music is his hobby. .eXRNo1.o RIIRMAN l25 Orchard St. l 'lelfoni and I1'gl1f-lzrartcd I fake ffm open road." "Arnie" entered from Prince Street School and will at- tend the XYharton School of Finance or New York Uni- versity. During his lirst two years he belonged to the Track Squad and XYrestling Team. He was Treasurer of the Nordau Society in his junior year. ln his last year he was a member of the Nordau, Menorah, and Pro- gressive Societies. Traveling and athletics are his hob- bies. NV1I.l.1AM TNTONTGOMERY "An air of quiet C0l'lfldCllC6'.U William was a member of the Athletic Association. i A V' p W c lxmlis lXlUR1'11v, ' 111 , 'Cmnt Ave. Sll.ll'lll'6' iff: 'z ' 'ic ld 0 zvrfw' be Nuys." L. . bln ly enterec from 'Iorris Cove School d will take up for stry Syracuse. He was a member of the Var- sity For be l and Track Teams, School Circle, Business Board f le "Sentinel'l, and lXlonitor Squad. 83 e lf?L!i'Q3S ZQFC 3193 1732-1 A MERAN NAKASHIAN, 1' A 111 559 Elin St. "Swz'nnnc1's find ease in deep water." "Mare" prepared at Dwight Street School and will study for the medical profession at Dartmouth. He was a member of the Freshman Basketball Squad, VVater Polo Team 135, and Varsity Swimming Team QSJ. During his Senior year he was Captain of the Swimming Team and a member of the Crew and Banj-o-Mandolin Club. Swimming is his hobby. Hniuankr Gnomsn NORMAN, I' A N11 771 Russell St, Hilfllllf strong hand can hold his swift foot back?" "Herb" is preparing for Yale. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club, Sophomore Social Committee, Track Team QSQ, Cross Country Team t19l5j, Monitor Squad, School Circle, Class Day Committee, and Business Board of thc l.it Magazine. Hunting is his hobby. SIDNEY JAMES O' BRASKY 5 Shelton Ave. "And finally justice triumphs." "Obie" entered from Ivy Street School and will pre- pare ior the legal profession at Amherst. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Debating Team, Chorus, Spanish Club, and Athletic Association. Sports is his hobby. l TSDVVARD OssEN 29 Asylum St. "Money answereth all things." "Eddie" prepared at Webster School and will take up linance at Yale. He was a member of the Chorus and Basketball Team in his first year. In his last year he be- longed to the Nordau, Progressive, and Menorah So- cieties. His hobby is athletics. JACK J. OSSEN 29 Asylum St. "Who is the happiest of men?" 'tYak" graduated from Webster School and will con- tinue at Boston University. He was a member of the Freshman Track Squad and Chorus. In his Senior year he belonged to the Wrestling Squad and was Vice-Presi- dent of the Nordau Society. Baseball and swimming are his hobbies. i 84 -if'U.r1:0e: L-f lg-1gI.t?.,i are rmfigi IXIATIIAN BENJAMIN OSTROFF 236 Dwight St. "Old futher antic the law." "jeff" entered from Dwight Street School and will en- ter Yale to take up law. He was a member of the Chess and Checker Club f4j, Progressive Society, Menorah So- ciety, and Athletic Association. His hobby is sports. ERNEST RALPH PAGLIO "Such s'wc'cz' f'01llf7IllSi0I1' doth in music lie." "XVaggles" entered from Stronff School and will stud BERNARD MII.'1'CJN PAcK'roR 125 Greenwood St. "All I ask is but a patient ear." "Bernie" entered from Truman Street School and will take up electrical engineering at Yale. He was a member of the Track Squad f4j, Debating Society t4J, Rifle Club 137, and Chess and Checker Club C2j. He was Secretary of the Debating Society and Educational Secretary of the Radio Club in his Senior year. His hobby is sports. 9 Saltonstall Ave. . , tb 3' music. He s Assistant Cgpeert M ster of the Fresh- man and S 1 ICSTYfHS,j1 esideg of the Orchestra Club Csecon fearj, and ,llgnagyerjlf egOrchestra Unn- ior yearj. In his Senior yearfl ' was a member of the Hillhouse players and an hono ry member of the Italian Club. Music is his hobby. EMANUEI. FR.xNcls l3AGNO'l"1'I K XTINCENT PASQUALE PARENTE 193 Exchange St. If ' ll I n every age and rliimr we sec. "Vinny" entered from Strong School and will prepare for a business career at Wesleyan. He was an Honor Stu- dent his hrst year and a member ot the Chemistry Club in his Senior year. Basketball is his hobby. 85 508 Chapel St. 5 "And death in aiazrbzzslz lay in awry pill." "Mau" entered from' Greene Street Schoolvandi will study medicine. He be:longe,d, to the ltalfan Club and the Ath- . . 1 ' 7 . . - lctic Association. liasketlmall is his hobby. ' - -. . il - --. ll SAM P,xss12l.1 Nsxv Russnrl. ITRANKIJN PERKINS 122 Shelton Ave. "Nec .wire fas cs m1zn1'u." "l'erky" came from Ivy Street School and will take up engineering. He belonged to the Rifle Club KZJ, Senior Executive Committee, Radio Club. Senior Chorus, and Chemistry Club: and was Treasurer of the Rifle Club. Basketball is his hobby. -IYNQJWKNL XVILLIAM SAMUEL PERL1zo'ru Club, and Progressive Society. .X1.msR'1' Yli"l'llR llE'l'RIEl.I.I 639 Cha nel St. I "O sfflz'-cyczi ,rcicfzcefw "Al" graduated from Greene Street School and will take up electrical engineering at Yale. He was a member of the Freshman Orchestra and was Secretary of the Radio Club. His hobbies are scientific reading and radio. 705 Orange St. "Tico of u trafic can m"m' agree." Sam entered from l.ovell School and will follow a bus- iness career. He belonged to the Athletic Association and the Soccer Team. Skating and hockey are his hobbies. 532 VVhitney Ave. "For kll0"ZUIl'flfjL' itself ix power." "XVillie" prepared at VVorthington Hooker School and will continue at Yale. He was an Honor Student 125, and a member of the Radio Club, Chemistry Club, Spanish lxcoiz N. l'oRTo1fF 53 Day St. " "1'7vus flII'0'ZH'l1If1 'words rm'a'y." "jack" entered from XVebster School and will study ac- counting at Columbia. He was a member of the Fresh- man Track Team, the Freshman and Sophomore Orches- tras, Norclau Society Q2j, Debating Society C-lunior yearj, and H erzl Society. 86 i1'U'ADE 1 'uma ,rf 2 'vena . - A ,iff-. s 1 - - W- SIGMUND CLARKE Qtirxr, fb B 111 127 Canner St. "Times nice slzarp quillrfs of ffm law." ulisggitf' graduated from XfVorthington Hooker School. f: ant will study law at Clark' Ui 'versity. He belonged to XTX" " the Bt ketball, Temxii' 'Hock yff lL1t.lpSlWi,,llll1'llI1g, Teams in his ' ' ffl , iaialso bSl'ohQecl'to the Varsity Track Team, Clll0Tl1Q O-hTHllClOl1ll Club, Glee Club, and De- bating Society'QLSe ing shoes is his hobby. hlouw C.xRl.o Rizsslx 0008 -42. XYr1.1.1,xM Roursvos 95 Silver St. "Or't'r lfll? llills and fur mutt-v." "Bill" prepared at Prince Street School and will take up engineering at M. l, T. l-le was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and won second prize in the Frank- lin lissay Contest in 1926. Hiking is his hobby. liutnmn .louis Roslxzzlx is his hol by. IERNEST URIEI. ROSEN 52 liiekerman St. "Life is short, and time is srt'1'ff." "Ernie" entered from Dwight Street School and will prepare for the dental profession at Syracuse. His hobby is baseball. 87 l 25 l'rince St. "Thr crowd of plzyszcians has killed mein "Doc" graduated from Prince Street School and will study medicine at Georgetown. He was a member of the .Xtllletic Ass eiatiou. Swimming is his hobby. 1861 Chapel St. "ll'u.f .VCLl'.1't't?0'l11'llfjlj' fall and strong," - ,bu ., :r , --Gen 1" e11terQxA7ftKu14"'1'ipee Street School and will take I-physical ork at Springfield. l-le was a mem- ber of the Gym Team and Spanish Club. Gym work I GLit.fSQS - E eff? 123192 115 Mn.ToN 'latinas Ross 1126 Dixwell Ave. "Mi1z'on.' 111011 51101114151 be living uf this 1z0u1'." "Frosty" prepared at Barnard School and plans to study engineering at M. 1. T. He was a member of the Varsity Baseball Squad. Baseball is his hobby. CSERALD RowixN 229 Edgewood Ave. Ulzzfiexilnlc 111 fczit11,' 17l'Z'l'Ht'1b16 in arms." "jerry" entered from Dwight Street School and plans to attend Dartmouth, taking up electrical engineering. He belonged to the Motto Club and Tennis Team in his first year and was a member of the Ritie Team in his Junior year. Hockey is his hobby. Claxiuextta Snr:RLocK RUssEI.1,, 1' A NP 56 Hobart St l.EoN,xRn jixiwms "C'11'111b 1110 1 "Len" entered continue at R. P Association and is his hobby. . . He was a member of the Athletic XVrestling Squad. Mountain-climbing 'lQI11il'A', 1Vats0n, the needle' "Russ" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and plans to enter Dartmouth to study brokerage. He be- longed to the Athletic Association and Varsity Track Team: and was Assistant Editor of the "C'rescent". Golf is his hobby. f TQUTLEDGE A n otel czfnfains audi fi " K od tidings." 'X fr range Street School and plans to Nicuolaxs EUGENE SANGIOVANNI 197 Bradley St. "The w0r1d's at fine bc'1ie'zfi11g wo-rid: write news 1" "Nick" graduated from Hamilton Street School and will take up journalism at Yale. He was a member of the Athletic Association, Debating Society, and Italian Club. His hobbies are motoring, SW11l1111111g' and journal- ism. 88 -if 1 3g .a.:o e: iGLE. g i QUERCH-H i i JOHN FR.xNc1s Sc.xLI.v 49 Edwards St. "This before all the world do I prefer." "Red" entered from l.ovell School and plans to continue at Fordham. Baseball is his hobby. lfmzp .louis Scuivimzivionp 234 NVest libn St. "find his ttvnvis f1'l17't'l'SI' the .rfroriozrs lIl'!1'ZH'11S.H Fred prepared at Benton School. In his Freshman l.oU1s ScHw.x1t'rz 256 Cedar St. "lVl1iIr 1:l'tIllkfll1i5 quiet 'nzrmor-v climb.: to 11mzfeu." "l.ou" entered from Prince Street School and plans to enter N. I. T. to take up electrical engineering. He belonged to the Freshman Tumbling Squad and the Ath- letic Association. Athletics is his hobby. l RAYMOND XVlI.I.IAlN'l Scnworow 31 Linden St. "Thr .Yl'l'Z'l'l', ,rncirling trlmzflefs 'gan fo cl1ficie." "Ray" came from lN'orthington Hooker School and plans to enter the Yale School of Music. He was a mem- ber of the A-Xthletic Association, Hockey is his hobby. HARoI.D BENTLEY SEARLE 516 Orchard St. "This Ivrnzle-lzofe world." "Searlie" graduated from Truman Street School and expects to take up banking at Princeton. In his iirst year he belonged to the Hi-Y and Debating Club, and he was a member of the Soccer Team in his second year. He also . i belonged to the .Xthlctic Association. Sports and boating ' are his hobbies. I A 89 ' year he was on the Tumbling Team. Radio is his hobby. - - , is, 11 Y ,, ,M , QE 11-519 3 7-31- .'XR'l'llUR Pknscori' SEELIQY, F A XII 197 NVillarrl St. Finds f!H1ljlll'S in frees, hooks in flzc VIHIHI-llfj Ivr00k.v." "l'res" preparecl at Benton School and will take up forestry. He was a member of the lli-Y and Athletic Association. XVmter sports and camping are his hobbies. H .muy Swriixx 125 1Vinter St. "Tho rest is SI.ll'11l'l'.H "Squirrel" entered from Ivy Street School and will continue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He was a member of the .fXthletic Association. Baseball ancl swim- ming are his hobbies. Sfxivium. lylixxwnu. SnANoK 651 Congress Ave. "ll'itlz bars and cI111l1s." "Schlim" entered from Scranton Street School and will attend the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He be- longed to the Freshman ancl Senior Choruses, the Fresh- man Debating Society, Sophomore Track Team, and Ath- letic Association. Baseball is his hobby. l3m4N.xRn Simone 77 Ollfllilffl Sf- "l'Il enirlz if ern if rome fo ground." "Chutz" prepared at Truman Street School and will enter New York University. He was a member of the x'Xthletic Association, Norclau Society, 1-lerzl Society, ancl Senior Chorus. Baseball and dancing are his hobbies. S1xxNi.nv S1ER1"U'l'lWX'SKT Ulf one is xilmzf, our 'is safe." 7 Stanley was a member of the Athletic Association. 90 ?if1J2F1D6Ii e-'lf5L1!.L,ii Q 'P if A 77 --.., FRIQDERICK Giioiersiz Sims, Jr. 117 Maple St. ".-I11 1111111'1' of wif ix rvnrili ll po111111' 11f.v111'1'07U.' "Fred" gracluatecl from Roger Sherman School anrl will liecoine an electrical engineer. He lmelongecl to the Ath- letic .-Xssociation ancl Football Squad. Skating is his holi- ln ll.x1:1ev SA1121..xNsKv Z5 Sylvan .'Xve. uiikyllfllillfj but I1l111'k11e.r.r flI70'Z'I', And 11o1111'11g that moves but the car.s'." niillllu preparecl at XVehster School ancl will take up niine engineering at the University of South Africa. He was a ineinher of the lireshinan Chorus ancl Orchestra. In his last vear he helongecl to the Norrlau and Menorah Societies, Orchestra, liiancl, Chorus, aucl Chemistry Cluli. Music is his holmhy. .Xkxorn l.oU1s Smiciciwoifif 62 Gilbert .-Xve. "The lure: lf XIKIS l101z01'f'11 I1S,' 11111151 rev flfllllll' if." "Speedy" prepared at Truinan Street School ancl will sturly for the legal profession at Yale. He was a meni- lmer of the Debating Society and Track Team in his first year. He has also belonged to the Progressive, Norclau. and Menorah Societies and the Athletic .fXssociation. Skating, hasclmall, and dancing are his hohliies. Nmv121.1. f'kl.LEN S1v11'r11, F A 111 124 XVOOCTTZINVH St. "li111'l1 1111111 lo .v11.rf111'11 ll 11Uf1'0Il,.S' fair." "Smitty" enterecl from Milford High School in his Senior year ancl is preparing for XVest Point or Annapolis. He was a nieniher of the Athletic ,Xssociatioir Hi-Y. ancl Class llaselmall Team. His hohlmy is autoniolmiles. R1c11.x1:n 1i.XRRl2T'I' Somms 113 Maple St. "I Tk't'llf fo lflrrofic, .mid my fl'I.f'1l!1." "Dick" came from Roger Sherman School ancl will con- tinue at R. l'. l., taking up electric railway engineering. He helongerl to the lircshnian Track Squad. Traveling' is his holmlwy. 91 T X H e,. 451, 1 , A . , 5 , , -'Tami-fSiSa q-f QE 1192 JOSEPH HARRY SPIVAK 340 George St. "Man is the inerriest species of ihe c1'eatu1'es." "Speed" prepared at Webster School and will study medicine at the University of South Dakota. In his lirst year he belonged to the Basketball, Track, and Tumbling Squads. During his last three years he has been a mem- ber of the Lacrosse Team 135, Nordau Society Q3j, Pro- gressive Society, and Gym Team. Lacrosse is his hobby. I CHARLES MARKLE SPIEGI-:L 86 Button St, "Being nimble foofed he hath ontrun ns." f'l'harle "' gcfadnat d-Z m Truman Str et School and will st1,xdyyBlg icinggt' He was a n' mber of the Eros? Cotrngygfyu d C6325 eni ru 1 r a ony Club, an ,Rant ,r iestra . H ' sist nager of the 'Qrelfestra in his Sen-iafiear. oss Country and football are his hobbiey' Louis S'roCK 125 Orchard St. "A picture is a poem 'without words." Louis entered from Scranton Street School and will take up law at Columbia. He was a member of the Fresh- man Debating Society, the Nordau, Menorah, and Pro- gressive Societies, and the XVriters' Club. Painting is his hobby. ST R1.pr71p1 ' - 152 Nash St. akexzilglg n'cLe"'iqtlz the winds." ente ,X ' 1 ov ill, foci and will prepare to bebofhaa tea at' Dart ut l e was a member of the 'encing S Uunior a , Prom Committee, and Italian Club C J and wameasurer of the latter. He was also Editori oi he Italian paper, "L'Educator". Math- ematics is his hobby. E xx X. NX RosER'r HARRY SUGARMAN, Y A dv 4 Norton St, "1-Vlzy flzese balls boundj tlwre's noise in iff' "Bobbie" came from Barnard School and will continue l at Trinity. He was a member of the Class Baseball Team during his first three years, and also belonged to the Hill- house Midgets Baseball Team. Baseball and swimming are his hobbies. 92 I 5 7Qfy .a e 1 Q.: .LE is 'UE rmi W1L1.ARo SPENCER SWARTZ 91 Kensington St. "To cure l'lll'1H'tIlJ1C' diseases." "Bill" graduated from Stony Creek Grammar School and will prepare for the medical profession at Yale. His hobby is swimming. I ll.xRo1.n 'l'.xvi.oR, A KID E 99 Dixwell Ave. Hllvlltll, is Bifutzis sick?" "Turk" graduated from Ivy Street School and will take up medicine at Howard University. He was a member of the Athletic Association and Track Squad. Athletics is his hobby. ERNEST GEoRc:E TENNYSON, A A E 88 Morse Place "O, it is excellent to have a gianfs sfrc'ngfIz." "Bud" graduated from Morris Cove School and will take up physical education at Springfield College. He was a member of the Hi-Y Club C41 Monitor Squad, Football Team, and Gymnastic Team. He was on the Hi-Y Executive Committee in his Senior year. Gymnas- tics is his hobby. 1: JOHN THoMAs 541 Columbus Ave. "I am: what I rim." Ai Pl "black" entered from Connnercial High School and will take up engineering at Yale. Athletics is his hobby. l PHILIP Enwmui Tizfxccnio fl I QZM Gold St. 1 1 - AX' -UXY U . HM - . UA if X J . Lug!! think. RX, "Phil" entered from Prince Street School and will pre- pare for business at Yale. He belonged to the Hillhouse Players fsecond yearl, Italian Club, and Athletic Associa- tion. Reading is his hobby. 93 ' -5 ya- ..- - . ,. . T-T .. 77. f-..,....,m..w ,,,.,,, WV, f -... Y 4 ' -.- gall L '41 , f 1f?k4'1fSfSieE QFQ 5119? 1-24 hobbies. jouw DWIGIVI' LIMnER1flE1.D 23 Bishop St. "Dc'ligl1tful task! To 1'c'c11' the trndm' flzouglztf lolm prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will be- come a teacher. He was a member of the Freshman Mot- to Club and the Athletic .-Xssociatron. The theatre is lns hobby. r linMUNo BURoEss XVARNER 1268 Quinnipiac Ave. , "O UYlillI'C'l'f ruler of flu' flI'Z'L'7'f6'li year." "lid" entered from Strong School and will take up ag- riculture atter Yale. His hobbies are poultry raising and winter sports. GEoRoE Roc:ER XVATROUS, 1' A XII FREDERICK l',l1Il.l.lI' 'l'R1Nk.xUs 100 East Pearl St. "Tho p0w'e.s't SC'l'i"I,l'L' is repaid fvitlz flmzzksf' "Tweet" entered from Flushing High School and will take up business at Syracuse. Golf and tennis are his Rixvsioxn liDWARD XQERVVIIULT, 1' A XP, Short Beach, Conn. "Use awry lllatlllv after his desert." "Rav" entered from XVorthington Hooker School and will become a lawyer. He was a member of the Monitor Squad, Swimming Team, and Business Board of the Class Book. Swimming and hockey are his hobbies. 21 Pendleton St. "Hr knew tulmfs wlzatf' "Hoge" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and will take up engineering at Dartmouth. He belonged to the Athletic Association, Senior Executive Committee, and Hi-Y 445, being Vice-President of the .latter in his Senior year. Swimming is his hobby. 94 , H., - 'H 1 ' ' 3 ,X +?ifU2F1D6Z 5' 'U5.feE-ff QQ ,fUEPfH-i2 . ' A ' 5 ll.x1e1usoN LJEXVITT XVEEID, A E K 358 Alden Ave. "Study to bc quiet." "Chula" prepared at Benton School and will continue at Dartmouth. He was a member of the Senior Execu- tive Committee, Monitor Squad, and Hi-Y Executive Committee. Radio is his hobby. l "'T1's more flzcm 1101110 fo be l'7'llC.,' "VVesly,' graduated from Ivy Street School and will go into the telephone business. Golf, bowling, and cyc- ling are his hobbies. l,ilIARl.E5 N. XVu1'r1a 225 XfVinthrop Ave. MCU!!!-Hltlllllli fllc L"I1lf7l1'C of the sm." "Charlie" graduated from Ivy Street School and will enter Annapolis. He was a member of the Athletic As- sociation, Hillhouse Players, and Hi-Y. Swimming is his hobby. STUART GUs'1'A1f VVIKANDER 1065 Townsend Ave. HJl1t'dit'I-IIC is fo bc prcl1'sezl." "X'Vicke" entered from Vlfoodward Avenue School and will study medicine at Yale. He was on the Track Team. Reading is his hobby. Aiariiuu GiLn.x1e'r XVn.1i1NsoN llci-by Ave., Orange Nf1IfIf7f7j'tIlI1, I." "XVilky" came from Orange Grammar School and will take up electrical engineering at Schenectady. He was a member of the H1-Y Club. Swimming is his hobby. 95 t fiom-'Rev CuAR1.L:s WEs'rco'r'r 48 Bedford Ave. Y-.. 41, Y A0944-as QF, 1192 7: r-"f',,,a ,ki nf PETER VVINESS, Q A 6 Norton St. "For though they kill but slow, they are certain." Peter entered from Orange Street School and will take up medicine at Yale. He organized the Freshman Chess Club during his first year. He has been on the Swim- ming and VVrestling Squads. Swimming and hockey are his hobbies. llllAXWELL VVILLIAM ZAGER 556 Elm St. "The chess board is the world." "Mattie" entered from Dwight Street School and plans to study for a business career at Penn State. l-le belonged to the Freshman and Senior Chess and Checker Clubs, the Athletic Association, and Menorah Society. Sports is his hobby. Louis ZVVEIGBAUM "O healflil health! The blessing of the rich! The riches of the polar!" "Zwieg" prepared at VVebster School and will study at l'ennsylvania to be a doctor. He belonged to the Fresh- man Debating Society, Athletic Association, and Menorah Society. Basketball and swimming are his hobbies. CHARLES CARL ZIPPERMAN 38 West St "I would rather be sick than idle." "Zipp" prepared at Truman Street School and will take up teaching at Clark University. He was a member of the junior Executive Committee, Class Motto Committee, and Senior Chorus: and was President of the NV1'iters' Club, Nordau Society, Boys' Glee Club, and Mandolin Club, Secretary of the Progressive Society, Treasurer of the Boys' Debating Society, Secretary and Librarian of the Band, and Librarian of the Upper Orchestra. 173 Ellsworth Ave. :tbl H 'is 96 fiwane + 1gysx.a ,fi guemsfg Engz' Manual Svrivniiiir Glnurzn QXRMANU .-Xt:os'r1NEl,1.1 55 Redfield St. "flu c'.rfw'1'f in his lz'11f'." "Aggie" entered from Scranton Street School and is preparing' for the Connecticut College of Plmrinacy. lrle was at member of the Athletic Association. lflis holmhies are chemistry and taxiderniy. lkvixo l3.x'r'1'15R "Tim titlllfI'0ItS Sffdlllll err." "lrv" was a inelnhcr of the Athletic Association. Mnxrox ll.xvl,lcs lililiflllilt blames St.. llaniden "Still 7uf1fw'.v rzm dt'efv." H ., . , . . Milt' entered troln Lenterville School. llc was El inemlmcr of the Spanish Cluh and the .Xthlctic .'XSSlJL'lZllltlll. llztseliull and hooks are his holrlmies. l R,Xl,1'll hlunsoxr lilclcks lirztntord "In Xktlflillff vim' fflill in' our .mfcfy is in 0111' Jf11't'd." "Beersie" entered from North lirantorrl fifllllllllill' School and intends to take up drafting at Yale. He was a nieniher of thc Athletic Association. His liolulmiesnare mechanical drawing and hockey. llc - S. A 4' l lx NX 97 wc it ti ii --.. ii f Qf?L9gf5?f5'2?f g i Qi 15 119 -? 7.23 Fluxcls BENIEDICT llouixx 615 Washington Ave. "Play un, play Ong I am with you there." "Chic" entered from Sacred Heart School and intends to take up coaching. ln his Freshman year he was on the Football and Baseball Teams. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club, the Varsity Football Team for three years. and the Swimming Team. His hobby is sports. filitlktili 'lonN Llorr 12 Daggctt St. "l,aiuyer.v are needful tn keep us out of Iczwf' George entered from Sacred Heart School and will study law at Georgetown. He was a member of the Ath- letic .Xssociation and Hi-Y. Books are his hobby. S e i RouER'1' Maxim Boyce 47 Fairfield Ave. "Yet you must be cz lrarmless s0ul."' "Bob" entered from llenton School and will take up forestry at Storrs. His hobby is skiing. l 'IUSIEPII A. Howie 255 Putnam St. "Full of fun and life." "blah" prepared at Sacred Heart School and intends to take up engineering at Yale. He belonged to the Chess Club in his Freshman year and the Swimming Squad dur- ing his third year. His hobby is electricity. l NE1.soN BRowN 634 George St. "Better late tlzicm never." "Nel" graduated from Scranton Street School and plans to continue at Syracuse. He was a member of the Fresh- ball is his hobby. ' S 98 man Tumbling Squad and the Progressive Society. Base- -vw- 4 Me Y 1 F x-,X afjfU.9,D6 it gi-?f115.1f.19,-e-gl! 3 jf Pfagjg Gleoktzli H. l!UI,l.r:k 10 Skirt' St., Hamden ".S'fl1'1'11fv and sadcllt' and tl'ZUtIj', cm'r1y.l" "Burl" entered frcnt Centerville School and intends to study forestry at Storrs. He helonged to the Athletic Association, NYM-stling Team, and Spanish Cluh. Horse- hack riding is his hohhy. ICIJWARD liixurn ISURRITT, lr., A E K 703 Orange St. "O Pilot! 'fls a feurfzfl nfglzl, Y'l1c1'e'.s' llllllfjfl' on. flu' dew." "lid" prepared at XVorthington Hooker School and will study mechanical engineering' at Dartmouth. lle was a niemher of the Hi-Y l4j, Monitor Squad, Class Pin Coin- mittec, and Senior Chorus g and was Treasurer of the Span- ish Cluh. ln his Sophomore year he was the winner of the , Sinirnow Prize in Mathematics. His hohhy is canoeing. l XYARRIEN XYll,I.l.XM CAMP 92 Mechanic 'Z-111-vtlzillg for fl f1IlI'Cl life." XYarren came from Lovell School and will continue at l'ratt Institute, taking up electrical engineering. He was 7 a nieniher of the Athletic Association. XX inter sports and radio are his hohhies. Y1Nc1cN'r Donato LIxv.xLl.ERo 1590 Boulevard "l slip, l sl1'a'v, l gloom, I ffllIlZl'l".', "Vinnie" prepared at Barnard School and will take up mechanical engineering at Dartmouth. He was a meinher of the Athletic Association and the Senior Chorus. His hohhies are tennis and skating. . -lonx 'l'11.ToN Currixo 424 Ferry St. HSlil6'lZt'f' ix golden." "jack" came from Dwight School and will continue at Connecticut Agricultural College, taking up forestry. He was a member of the Athletic Association. Books is his hobby. 99 1 53 f?L,,ff3QS'S'. g. QFT5 ifi19.f? iffg Dfxvin LUENTON IJAv1s 220 Lloyd St. U 5 Ll 244 Yale Ave. "The law has nmmy tz1rn1'ngs." "Luke" graduated from Strong School and will take up law at Fordham. He was on the Baseball Team during his Freshman and Junior years and was also a member of the Athletic Association. His hobby is baseball. I 011101 ro L, and llnlzmrrow, and T0'Wl't01'l'0'Zl'.U Paul prepar'ed at l.. 'Wheeler Beecher School and in- tends to study ngineering at Yale. He was M,an,agg,'r of the XYrestling rlliillt iL11Ll"2l menllmefof tliefltaliait Club. NVl'est- ling is his hobby. H1-:Nay lil.M15R DEMOREST Association for four years. lxmlas linwmum liJll.l.lJN 59 l,lC1'1JUl11l. St. "All in all, ll! fellow to be liked." U-lllllllllfiil graduated from Strong School and intends to take up electrical engineering at Syracuse. l-le was a member of the Tumbling Squad and Athletic Associa- tion: and was a Store Guide during Boys' XVeck. Box- ing is his hobby. 52 Howe St "S01ll6'fl.11l1CS virtue .VfC1l"UCS, 'while vice is fed." "lJemmy" entered from lvy Street School and intends to take up electricity. He was a meniber of the Athletic ARTHUR DUMEIJN 10 Huiniston Ave., Hamden "Art" prepar a . VVQee Beecher School and will study engineeri, t Yale. i e was a member of a divi- sion Baseball '1 ni his ti year, the Wlrestling Team for three years, being elqcted to the Captaincy his last year, the Football Teamgand the Hi-Y Club. His hobby is wrestling. 5, .A gj "God bless tilt mam 'zvlzul fijsf iIl'2,f'lTlll'l'd sleepf' 10027 i-311129.06 i f 1121.11 jf rr 11 ' K :diff Y K.-gx' A - E hloux KNowLEs Diylzlz, jr. 119 VVestwoocl Rd. "Logic is logic. Tlzaitls' all I my." "-lackl' enterecl from lfcl f wo l fenue School and is llllllllllllg to enter Yale. le l A been au honor stuclent 431, anrl ll 111e1uberof tl1 P 1'l' 111 121, Hi-Y l4j, and junior Executive Co1n ll tt . l1 1is Senior canie a inember of t 63141 ' E c utive Conimittee, Class Book Editorial Boa cl Cl mi' ry Tlub, Class Motto C0111- year he be- mittee, and Monitor S 1 arl ' . nd was a Competition Ollicial on the "Sentinel" lit al lloarcl :incl l'resiclc11t ot' tl1e Spanish Club. llERRlCK lirmw,-11111 l7RosT 612 Chapel St "Ili'1zcr', loailzctl 1!If'llI1ll'lI0l-V." g'lllCCI'1llg. He belonged to tl1e Athletic .'Xssociatio11. His hobby is internal conibustion engines. IVRANK l'lAR01.D1:UCCI 97 Greene St. "But, oh, he zlmzcvs .vuclz 11. way." "Fussy" gracluatecl from Greene Street School and will study law at Boston University. He was a l1lCI'l1lJCI' of the XVrestling and Swiinming 'lk-111115, anrl the ltalia11 and Chess and Checker Clubs. l C. joux ANDREVV G.xNc,x11z 26 .'iXl't111ll' St. "Good flziligs rome in small fu1ckagf'.s'." "l"i11ky" euterecl froin Truman School ancl plans to fol- low eiigiiteeriug. His hobby is sports. Ricllixium lfixki. GRAY 621 Quinnipiac Ave. "S'lmu but szrrcf' "Dick" gratluaterl from Strong School ancl will stucly civil engineering at Aurora, Illinois. He belonged to the Hi-Y Club 121 aucl the Athletic Association. His hobby is inechanical drawing 101 f "Pop" came from W'l1itneyville School and will con- tinue at New York University, taking up aeronautical en- '4 ."XR'l'HUR Cniusriixn Horuicurm at Yale to become a doctor. He was on the NVrestl1ng - -R. V i , i l. 1 QFF f..f19 7. - :Q limiizk lf. HINTZ, A E K 135 West Rock Ave. "Silence is more vloqzrmzt than words." "Elm" entered from Edgewood Avenue School and will ntinue at the University of Michigan. He belonged to co , ' K ' ' - All " Afsociation. Bas- the liootball Squad and the . tietic s ketball is his hobby. 76 Front St. Hpfljlfltil-fl7l.S' mvnd or end us." ":Xrt" prepared at XN'oodward School and plans to study Squad. 1 , hlonx KELl.EIi ll Bellmont Ave., XYhitncyville "Tim fmljvablc 0bsf'zn'z'." john was a member of the Athletic Association. , l 1 4 Gisokoia l41vPr:m1.xN 169 Scranton St. "O the mzginevfs joys!" "Kipp" graduated from Barnard School and will take nm enffineerine' at New York University. ln his Fresh- l . . man gear he ilmelonged to the Hockey and Basketball 'l'CZllllS. He was on the Checker Team in his second year and the Lacrosse Team his junior year. He also be- f' ll ' longed to the Athletic Association. His hobby is at 1 etics. l Roizizm' Y. IQIRMSE 180 Gilbert St. "Hr staffers lH'igI1fnes.r." "Bib" entered from Barnard School. He belonged to thc Athletic Association. Reading is his hobby. i 102 f g ro e fig ilgna ...fi A C A i f ljiiux linwxkn lqRIKORlAN 373 Orchard St. ".S'm'h .vfujf 1110 fvorla' is nmdz' of." "Krilf" prepared at Dwight Street School and plans to C11lCI"CZ1I'I1Cg'lC Tech. He belonged to the Athletic As- sociation and the Spanish Cluh. Athletics is his hobby. CUR'1'is Lovnu. l.'Hoix1M1-ZDIEU work. Wilmiixm Louis l.Ui'oi.i 161 james St. ".S'f1'jf bats und cI11I1.r." "XYild Bill" graduated from Strong School and plans to continue at Pratt Institute, taking up engineering. He was a member of the Track and Cross Country Squads in his junior year. His hohliy is lmaselwall. CllARl.ESJUSE1'1'l Maizcuis 305 Wallace St. "fl few STUl'llIllllllfj in flu' Wrist decfvf' lintering from Lovell School, "Charlie" was a member of the Tumbling Squad in his Freshman year. ln lns second year he belonged to the Swimming Squad and the Athletic Association. Golf and swimming are his hob- hies. 103 1196 Forest Road lion auzong ladies is II dreadful fllI'IIfj.i' "Duke" entered from Edgewood Avenue School and will take up constructional engineering at Pratt Institute. He was a member of the Athletic Association and the Senior Chorus. llis holmliies are mathematics and construction Ciomwox XYEI.l,S iXl.XCBlAS'l'ER, A A 2 276 Norton St "fl nifglzfy 1111111 was lic." "Rollo" prepared at Roger Sherman School and plans to take up architecture at the Yale School of Fine Arts. ln his Senior year he was Manager of the Swimming Team, on the Business Board of the l.it, Magazine, and on the Class Day Committee. His holmhy is swimming. ,wr . tail V I ,N H .N . QJ?R'f3:f55 QE .319 5? 7 51 FR,-wk lNlCGUINNESS 35 Paramount Ave., XVhitneyville 'Z-Irdcni ln' fjl'llA'f'.V the IRIN-4'UllIff7f"HllIfl club." "Mac" entered from l,ovell School and plans to become a professional golfer. He belonged to his division Base- ball 'liCZlll'l in his iirst year, the Athletic Association, and the Spanish Club. Hockey, football, and golf are among his hobbies. W1I.I.1,xM josaifn lllmok 21 Thonipson St. "lt is tl Inctdtclziiig and infectious -rice." lintering frrini St. Marys "Bill" plans' to study elgin- l eering at bl. l. 'l'. He was a inembenl off' l - 1 eshman 'y Orchestra, lfres man Baseball 'l'e ni, nd Go . Ill r -. . X,f-- . His hobby ls go f. 1 A jol-iN HENRY Mon.-xco 147 Lloyd St. "ll'e'II f'fltIl'1t'.S'f0ll Imrk to CillUI'lf'S1'0ll.',' I "Mon" entered from Strong School and intends to take up engineering at Yale. He was a member of the Ath- letic Association, the Track Squad ljunior yearj, and the Italian Club. Swimming and skating are his hobbies. , - l L n.xR1.Es Rrxrsrox MUNRo 1601 Chapel St. l UCSUIIIF, .vit down, every in-othcr's son. and rclzctirxc your f7l1l'fS.," "Chic" prepared at Barnard School and plans to be- come an actor. He was on the Football Squad for three years, Freshman Baseball Team, Hockey Team Hirst two yearsj, Swimming Squad his junior year, and Lacrosse 'lieain l2l. Athletics is his hobby. liAP'l'lST N.xRoI 86 Russell St. "fluffy is the man who has no cares." "Chump" entered from Lovell School and plans to be an engineer. i 104 .5 V -.LG i:5"1f.aDe fe i1fiJ5.I'EF-Q 'Ui za H54 MEYER l'l.XRlJl.D l'12RI,RoT1fi, Y A KID 341 lillsworth Ave. "li'11gfyfm' llzr' lH'f'tISf llml 7lllf.YI't' cannot ft1111e." "Mike" enterccl from l.. XYheclcr lleecher School antl will stnrly to he a linancier at Syracuse. For four years he was a memher of the Orchestra, of which he was Sec- retary in his junior year and Business lNlanag'er :luring his last year. He also belonged to the Freshman Basket- ball Team, XYrestling Team t2j, antl Herzl Society 123. He was Treasurer of the latter in his Senior year. Act- ing' is his hobby. N lCpwl.w l'tncs'rIi1t 94 Marlboro St., llammlen o ' "O 1vz't11'i.xfo111r' tilllltil-flflll of l11r11m11ify." ' y lintefing from llixwell .XVCIHICiSCl1Gf7l,'A'l5Cl5ll'lSU plans to study electricity. lfoothall is his hohhy. lQlJW.XRU Rrxxxlzv ".S'I0rt' but s111'c." "lid" was a memher of the .Nthletic Association. l.oUls Ciicomziz Rlilcmzl., A A E. 409 XYinthrop Ave "llc't1r the .vtorllzy llIfllSltT of my .vt1.1'." "l.ou" prepared at Roger Sherman School and will take up electrical engineering at Pratt lnstitute. ltle was a member of the Orchestra t4j, becoming Secretary in his last year, the Band 1255, Monitor Squad, School Circle. and Senior Executive Committee: and Manager of the liancl. Music is his hohlmy. ,He was also on the Prom Committee. Nomrxx hIoHN SAMPsoN ol Stevens St. "xl life' 011 flzf orernz ft'a11c." "Skeets" prepared at Scranton St. School and plans to continue at the United States Naval Academy at Anna- polis. He was a mcmher of the Hi-Y Executive Com- mittee, Gymnastic Team, Monitor Squad, and the Athletic ,-Xssociation. Gymnastics and out-door life are his holm- l1lCS. 105 ' ' gr'-' -Bw 'ff '5 'r..4-.,.:t,u!2,,.+,, 53 JW f F' '- L 'ma , il up 'i ii li 2 7.-' 2 N f li ii. ' x tinouoiz Ulosern Scumflff -ff' . 54ADe it -'L l X' J X ,' "Sz'if'1'1r4' ix T'l'7'f1lil1f.l', fx frzrt X Mt." Pqiqliriiig at St. I'eter's, "Shafty" will take up electri- cal engineering at Pratt nstitutc. He belonged to the lfreshman So?'fiNSqt1a nd, as a Sophomore, belonged to the Lac may K 'quad He was also a member of the Athletic Association. Skating is his hobby. CoRNI2l.i, STUYER 2830 Whitney Ave. "And tlzc stately ships go on." "Stove" entered from Mount Carmel School and plans to study marine engineering at Yale. He was a member of the Hillhonse Players and the Senior Chorus. Boats are his hobby. S l f 0 liuoismz hloslivn SUI.l.lV.XN, Q0 E , 126 lilatchley Avelf '24 bfd, bad ffrlhjltffk F' i2I1tC1 ? St. R9Se's"Scl1ool, "Cene' w1ll prepare e electrical engineering profession at Rensselaer. ' til as a member of the Athletic Association. Athletics is iis hobby. l'fx'i2Rla'r'1' XYIESIJQY 'l'1u2M1'ER lO7 Pendleton St. "XIII tin' 7U0l'Ill'iS ll .vfage."' Entering from Roger Sherman School, "VVes" plans to continue at the Yale School of Dramatics. As a Sopho- more, he was Yice-President of the Motto Cluband Chair- man of the Sophomore Social. In his Senior year he was l"rcsident of the Hillhouse Players. Acting and hik- ing are his hobbies. Q l'loR.xcE EDVVARD 'l'Ro'r'rA 77 Olive St. fl1j'A'l-flflll is noflzing but tl ronsoler of the 'llflilldjn "Lutz" came from Greene Street School and plans to . study medicine at Tufts. During his nrst three years he belonged to the Freshman Motto Club, Italian Club, XVrestling Team, and Chess and Checker Club. He was a member of the Basketball Squad in his Senior year. 'His hobby is basketball. C 106 l 1fU f0 G f,E C f ra gvwm, 1 STIEPIIEN S'r,xNl.i2Y vVlLCllYNSKI 653 XYZ1SlllIlg't0ll Ave. "lf lIIlI.YIit' Im ilu' food olf low, play on." "Steve" prepared at Truman School ancl will continue at thc Yale Conservatory of Music. ln his Freshman year he was President of the Motto Cluh ancl Concert- master of the Orchestra. llis junior year founcl him Concert-master of the junior Orchestra, llresiclcnt of the Senior Orchestra, ancl a llrize Poster XVinner. During his last year he was Student Leacler of the Band, memher of the Track Team, and Art liclitor of the Class Book. Kixczsron SIIIQRRILI, XV1l.Cox "Tl11'.v ix file fowxf "King" entered from Morris C up forestry at Storrs. He was Clulm 143, Monitor Squad, Pictur ness lioarcl of the Class Hook. O hx Xgbtgl gsgsqgyogq. aging' gf vp' C , g l 107 91 Parker Place f7I'l1Ilt'T'lll.H ove School ancl will take a member of the Hi-Y e Committee, ancl liusi- utcloor sports is his hob- . SHUI' an , ar.. 4..-.QM-,fav-4 .F --.. Tl f -x.. CLASS Qffig 2:5193 L2 Mlrlz' Amhrmir Glnumr Mixnnvx EIAINE AARONSON, II E Il 344 Sherman Ave. "l5.rcc'cdi1zg jileaxant to mine eyes is size." Minerva graduated from Roger Sherman School and will take up secretarial work. ln her Junior year she be- came a member of the junior Executive Board, School Circle, and "Sentinel" Editorial Board. She belonged to the College Club, Executive Board, Class Book Editorial Board, and Class Day Connnitteeg and was Secretary of the School Circle and a Competition Official on the "Sen- tinel in her Senior year. liI.x'1R.x .'XH.X'l'IE 46 XVilliam St. "P1'v.rc1'tfc fvroporfinn in your reading." "Bobbie" entered from Orange Street School and will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses, and Secretary- of the Spanish Club. Reading is her hobby, , KATIIRYN Annsnousn 16 NVaverly St. "Dcmcz'ng, the child of music and of love." "Tootie" prepared at Scranton Street School and will become a teacher. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruses, Hiking Club, il. M. P. Reading Circle, iktlilletic Association, and Spanish Club. Dancing is her io m my. SUSAN ADINOLFI 7 Madison St. Hgkllfillg is fl chilly pIcasure.'2 ' "Sue" entered f1'OlTl1l-ldlllllt n Stre tf A idol and will take up nuksing at St. Ra mli l',ffH'tYgS .X She was a member of th I Chen stry Club, and Senior Choi' ,. Zl1lClll5wHl1tliSkZllR1g are her hobbies. 108 Q cfgc aan e 7 H E ' c 5 'wa .jlffl mel 1ii.iz.x1sn'r1i .-XM,x'rRUn.x 306 Exchange St. " 'Tis good fo be abrmzd in the sim." "Betty" graduated from Strong School and will con- tinue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. She be- longed to the Writers' Club, Chemistry Club, and Sigma Honor Society. Hiking is her hobby. lXl.XYHIiLI,li l.iv1al.YN JXNIJICRSON, lb 21 106 Cliltord St. "l!"1't110uf danger Ihc game grows cold." "May" prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will continue at l.arson's Secretarial School. She belonged to the Freshman Motto Club, bl. lll. P. Reading Circle, Sen- ior Chorus, and Tri-Y Social Committee. Her hobby is sports. Oiux CoxsT,xNc12 QXNTUNSUN 300 Bassett St. "S2Uef1t by the Ililtcr gusts of air." "Connie" entered from Ivy Street School and will attend Normal School. She was a member of the Fresh- man Chorus, J. M. l'. Reading Circle, Hillhouse Players, and Tri-Y Q21 Skating is her hobby. ' f In z 5 W 5 , f . f ably. .1 i - 1 . f f"VV ft' X ' H 1.fs71llix1l4X1tA'1lci.i.lN ' 7--ef. 180 Portsea St. rg 1 "Vfzr1'ety is the umilzer of euj0y11z,c11t." X "Balls" graduated from Sacred Heart School and will take up teaching at Columbia. She was a member of the 1 Freshman and Senior Choruses, Girls' Glee Club CZQ, Hillhouse Players, Tri-Y, Ukulele Club, LI. M. P. Read- ing Circle, Hiking Club. and College Club. Dancing, skating, and reading are her hobbies. Doius EMILY AUGER 172 Portsea Sr. "W'e loved the doctrilze for the tvczcfzcfs sake." "Dee" prepared at Sacred Heart School and will take up teaching at Normal School. Dancing is her hobby. l 109 'gun - .CLLBSS L Y QFTQQ f11927Cffal l 1 BlINNllE SHIRIJCY H.x1l.nv 265 Humphrey St. ' "Qz1iL'n canta sus males vsfn111fa." "Tudy" entered from Orange Street School and wil take up teaching at Connecticut College. She belonged to the Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, the Fresh- man and Senior Choruses, bl. M. P. Reading Circle, Men- orah Society, College Club, Dickens Club, Spanish Club, and Sigma Honor Society. Singing is her hobby. ANN liIERN.XlJliT'l'E BAl.sYs 262 Wallace St. "Fc'clz'ng and music inowc to-gather." "Fudy" prepared at Orange Street School and will en- ter Normal School to take up teaching. She belonged to the -I. Ill. l'. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, Spanish Club, College Club, Dickens Club, and Sigma Honor So- ciety. lliano playing is her hobby. Cl.ixR.x EVELYN B,xNcno1f'1', E N 2 119 Foster St. "True dancing, lilac true wit, is best aurpresz' Hy nature only to advantage drestf' "Babe" prepared at VVOI'll1ii'1gt011 Hooker School and will study nursing' at Columbia. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus and Basketball Squad, Tri-Y, and Hillhouse Players. Dancing is her hobby. L l'lLURENCE HEI,FNiX l3ANNoN 25 Cassius St. N . 'Tcaclzcrs men lzonorf' "Flossie" graduated from St. Peter's School and will take up teaching. She belonged to the Freshman Debat- ing Society, the Freshman, Junior, and Senior Choruses, the Sophomore and junior Yolleyball Teams, Italian Club, FRANCES REc:1N.x 13,xNNoN 117 Lawrence St. and -I. M. l'. Reading Circle. Skating is her hobby. "An aclzing tooth is bcltcr out than inf, "Fran" entered from VVest Haven High School and will take up dental hygiene at Columbia. She was a member of the Athletic Association. Swimming and dancing are her hobbies. 110 Q fflfAD G 5 eeg ' 5 'ima .jlfenaai 2' Rosa ANNA BARBUTO 84 Bishop St. "All women are lll'l'lbil'7i0ll5 1zaturally." Rose entered from Hamilton Street School and will attend Normal School to take up teaching. KATIIARINE ANNA H.-xRNn'rT 1677 VVhitney Ave "Muse of the tu'z'1zleIing feet." "Kittyl' prepared at XVhitneyville School and will en- ter Penn Statex,CQ1leg'eiy.She belonged to the Athletic Association, Tri-Y C'3j,,and Senior Chorus. Dancing is her hobby. La- ii ll it " V Dokls BA1zRows "U1zc0nscz'0us lzzmwrf' Doris was a member of the Athletic Association. ESTHER BECKLEY, A. A. 119 Everif St, "Beauty is truth, truth ilreaulyf' K'Es', prepared at VVorthington Hooker School and will continue at Emerson College of Oratory. She was a mem- ber of the Freshman Chorus and Sophomore Tennis Team, Secretary of the Hillhouse Players, Librarian of the Girls' Clce Club, Vice-President of the Ukulele Club, and a member of the York Square Players, Basketball Squad, Hiking Club, and Hockey Squad. She also belonged to the Senior Executive Committee, School Circle, Monitor Squad, and College Club. ETHEL Jovca Bans 2313 lVhitney Ave. "I crown thee queen of deliglzfsf' "Eth" graduated from Centerville School and will at- tend Connecticut College. She belonged to the Fresh- man Basketball Squad and Volleyball ,Team, and the Sophomore Motto Club. During her last two years she was a member of the Field Hockey Squad, Tri-Y 125, and J. M. P. Reading Circle. Skiing is her hobby. 111 1 0136385 p gerfgg 1193 vii l.1I.1.1.xN .ALINE B1I.GoRE 530 Howard Ave. "Social comfort, in a l1,osp'ital." "I l " fraduated from Truman Street School and will 1YY is enter Mt. Sinai Hospital to become a nurse. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Menorah Society, and Athletic Association. Reading is her hobby. . l lJURO'l'lIY Euuicwrx llisnor, 09 P 371 Tliomson Ave. I "How z'n1'm,itably grraceful clzildreu are befaq they learn to dance." ' . L.. "Dot" entered from Union Scho 31 d ak up the studv of teaching at Normal School. e was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses and Tri-Y Qfij. Dancing is her hobby. l BETTY CLARK BETTs 240 Oliver St. "Eve1'yo1w is happy now." "Bets" entered from Central High School in Syracuse. Her hobby is eccentric dancing. DCJROTHY ELIZABETH BISHOP, A. A. 126 McKinley Ave. "To horse, my dear, and out into the night." "Dot" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and will attend a finishing school in Boston. She was a member of thef,Freshman and Senior Choruses, Ukulele Club CSD, Sophomore Motto Club, Hillhouse Players f2j, and Tri-Y Social Committeeg and was Treasurer of the Girls' Glee Club and Secretary of the Spanish Club. Her hobby is horseback riding. W11.1u:1.M1NA BIARIE BIZIER 310 Alden Ave. "Music, the greatest good that mortals know." "Peggy'l prepared at Benton School and will continue at the Yale School of Music. Her hobby is music. 112 , A . . - .. L L.. MUEPA. fl iftfane at wa RUTH jovcn Borwrcic 214 Winthrop Ave. "They do not fvluy ut cards But only play of playing at tlzctnzf' "Ruthie" graduated from Barnard School and will take up secretarial work at Collegiate Prep. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruses, Ukulele Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, and Athletic Association. Her hobby is bridge. K.xTHEk1NE FRANCES Bowuns 71 XVhalley Ave. "Serz'irc is sweet." "Kaye" graduated from Dwight Street School and will continue at Ohio State University, preparing for social service work. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, M. P. Reading Circle, VVriters' Club CZD, and Senior Chorus. Reading is her hobby. Aomzs Xizlaoixicix Biurwoox 11 Asylum St. 1 I "Skating is no sin." "Brandy', graduated from St. john's School and will enter Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman Motto Club, 1. M. P. Reading Circle, and Athletic As- sociation. Skating is her hobby. LoRE'r'rA MARY BRANNACK 423. Dancing is her hobby. HELEN Ac:,x'r11A BRAZHQR 47 Xkfinter St, "Enclzant'ing spirit, dear z'a1'iety." Helen entered from Prince Street School and will con- tinue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. She be- longed to the Freshman Chorus. Dancing, reciting, and playing the piano are her hobbies. 113 44 Dayton St. "Teach thwn ll0'ZU to spell." "Retsie,' prepared at Davis Street School and will take up teaching. She was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore Choruses, Freshman Hiking Club, and Trl-Y fgcgqiss i Qfi .1192 ffil DORIS liROWN "Fm'tzme fu rs the drzrizj . 'M O Doris was a member of th Mac Association. glxLlNli BULL "To skate! To skate! Ou ice to skate." "Bully" graduated from Dwight Street School and will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Sophomore Volleyball Team, Sig- ma Honor Society, and Senior Chorus. Skating is her hobby. C11.xRLo'r'rE ARMsTRoNc: Baooics, fb 2, 145 Cedar Hill Ave. "Curse on lzim who bzrxilzess first designed." "llobbie" prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will take up the study of business at Simmons College. During her first three years she belonged to the Fresh- man Chorus, Ukulele Club 123, and 'l'ri-Y t2j. In her ,Q ,,- 'Senior year she became a member of the Girls' Glee Club. qi' Q g,Hil1house Players, Spanish Club, Senior Chorus, and Ukulele Club. Dancing is her hobby. limrn Ross Baowxsraix 49 Gilbert Ave. "My cztfitudefs queer and quaint." "Edie" entered from Welaster Street School and will study teaching at Brown. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus and Debating Society, the M. P. Reading Circle QZQ, Menorah Society QZCJ, Hillhouse Players, Senior Chorus, Lower Orchestra, and Sigma Honor Society. Her hobbies are eccentric dancing and skating. 512 Norton St. l lllnaoui-:R1'r1-: EMILY BULL 512 Norton St. "A poem every flower is." "Greta" prepared at Dwight Street School and will take up teaching or social service work. She was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association. Her hobby is collecting poetry. 114 I i'wa.nE 5-is ii-315.143 ... jude mei l+'i.oR1f:NcE hlAY BURR 23 Park St. "Kewl IIOIIICI' once, and you ran read no HI0'7't'.H "l7lorie" graduated from NVebster Street School and will take up nursing at Grace Hospital. She belonged to the Athletic Association and Spanish Club. Her hobby is reading. "My low is the law of tlzc school." t'l2s" prepared at St. Peter's School and will take ui Debating Society, and Volleyball Squad in her first year During her last three years she has been a member of Tri letie Association. Skating is her hobby. lJllR0'1'llY lil.lZAHIETI1 CARl.soN 241 Hemingway Ave. "lily taste in reading is refilled." "Dot" entered from Union Grammar School and will continue at Normal School. She belonged to the M. P. Reading Circle. Reading is her hobby. 1Ll.1zABE'rH NIIRIAM CASIIION 41. Tilton St. "Tlz0re is no past, .ro long nr books shall live." "l1etty" prepared at St. Marys School and will fol- low the teaching profession at Normal School. She be- longed to the Athletic Association. Reading is her hob- by. l . FANNIE HELEN CAvAi.L.xRo I 3111 St. john St. "SfiIl rits the .rsqjw Ivlzmisc by the road." . .X - I -..x . k ,W R "Betty""graduated Profil, r e Stgjfet School and will enter Normal Sel ol. She.Wi:ii:ig3'n'ieiiilaer of the Fresh- man Chorus, bl. . . Readih 'Circle, .lunior Chorus, and XVriters' Club. Dancing is hir hobby. 115 Es'r1mR lVlARY CANNON 62 Lamberton St. 3 teaching at Normal School. She belonged to the Chorus, Y 423, Senior Chorus, M. P. Reading Circle, and Ath- -1 CLASS QFTQQ 93192 ffill XVINIFRED C11ixinB12Rl.AiN, KID P, I. B. l. 31 'l'readwell St. "I can counterfeit the light romc'dia11." "lVinnie'l entered from Pine Street School. ln her hrst year she belonged to the Chorus, Motto Club, and Ukulele Club. She has been a member of the Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Senior Chorus, "Icebound" cast, and Senior Prom Committee. Acting is her hobby. S ww C H11 NN 42 Iiaton St. ".S'0n1ie fliouglzf, 'lllllfll ivhiiii, and ull cz C011fl'lId1.t'fli0ll.U "5Sally" prepared at lvy Street School and will take up teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Athletic Association and Hiking Club. Dancing and swimming are her hobbies. i M.xuczixR12'i' CiixBURRo RUTH ELIZAISETII CLAPP, A. A. 755 Whitney Ave. ".S'fwrt ix the bloom and glow of fwrfcrz' l1c41ltll." "Clappie" graduated from XVorthington Hooker School and will take up the study of teaching at Farmington, Maine. During her first three years she belonged to the Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, Tennis Team 13 J, and Girl Reserves, and was President of the Sopho- more Motto Club. In her Senior year she became a mem- ber of the Monitor Squad, School Circle, Executive Com- mittee, and Field Hockey Team. Her hobby is athletics. "lim as great as they Margaret was a member of the Athletic Associltion lloicornv JANE CLARK 4 49 XVest Prospect St. "Tvr1r1z1'ny oflivrs tcaflzcflz yourself." "Dot" graduated from Benton School and will prepare to be a teacher at the Smith Kindergarten School. She was a member of the Sophomore Chorus, Tri-Y, and j. M. P. Reading Circle. Dancing is her hobby. 116 2i1fADe1f g,gvsx.fz-+ jvenfal Illr-xmox CLARK' Marion was a member of the Athletic .'Xssociation. lf,xNN1ii lllil.liN Coceo XVinterg'reen Ave., 'Hamclen "Fannie" graduated rofx:t3.l!6Ve'll4"?fe11t1e School and will ente Xorinalpiahirrl. She belonged to the Fresh- man Clioxxj'-llilqiiig Club, and .-'Xthlelic Association, lfler hobby is skating. llxxx TEVELVN Comm, 'IP 2 'D 222 fJ1'Cl1?lTfl St. Nf5l1ld eflzm' reeks I'hl'0'IlQh01lf."i t'Do-do" entered from Scranton Street School and will ake up nursing at Mount Sinai llospital. She was a member of the Debating Society in her tirst and third years. She also belonged to the -I. M. P. Reading Circle 'ind the .--Xthletic Association. "1 loo was fair." O11 'Zd'l1Ifj.l' of.s'f6'1'1 l ff-V." lEl.n,xNoR 'ITRANCES C1.rrlfoRD, K M E. 147 XVest Rock Ave. 15.41111 111-i.s'l1'c'.s'.v of l1m's'cIf, though! F,Il.lIlT fall." "lil" prepared at lidgew d Nye u A School and vill take um e study of t acl 5' t Ro eu! T . Shi 'a. n ml ' f ie l ow Sj, l' C5111 n llas xl . . o leyball aqua , ind Juni r Volleyuall rl'CZ1l . She also belonged to 1 Athletic .fXssociation. lfler hobby is athletics. l l lf'l'lllil. .l.xNm' Com 44 Tyler St. "To ll1Sfl'Ifl'f Ihc filth' fats." "lit" prepared at Barnard School and will take up kin- dergarten teaching at Fannie Smith College. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses, Sopho- more Hiking Club and Tennis Team. il. N. 1'. Reading Circle, and Ukulele Club. Dancing is her hobby. 117 I ,. , Y - -.ra 4711 1, , Y ' : f?P4E1Si553'E 1,, QF, Li-19 Q? 7s t' l C.x'ruER1Nrz lkfltxtzv Col.l.1Ns 21 l.eonard St. as 5 5 her hobby. .Xl.vcE XVALKIER Col.l.vER 188 Dwight St. ' "Crazy owl' lzomvs, horses." V "lchabod" entered from judsonia High School in -lud- sonia, Arkansas, in her second year and intends to take up the study of medicine at the Presbyterian Hospital. She was a member of the Hiking Club and NVriters' Club. Horseback riding' is her hobby. 'l.xNr:T Douorilv CoNNEm'oN by is reading. lXl.xu'rlI.x Ccimvizs Cook, li N E 191 Edgewood Ave. Ulfuzldugfrs of lint and ration." Martha entcrcd from XYebster Street Scl1ool and will become a nurse. She belonged to the Freshman and lun- ior Basketball Squads and the Athletic .fXssociation. 'Rid- ing is her hobby. HELYN iXllI.DRED Comflzk "Plus pofrxt qui flzrs walrtf' "Cattie" prepared at Orange Street School and will en- ter New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics and become a physical instructor. She was a member of the Chorus 443, Hikiuff Club tSophomorc earl, Spanish Club, -I. M. l. Reading Circle, and Harmony Club. .-Xthletics is 44 Upson St. "Hooks, Ihre children of tlzc brain." janet graduated from XVoodward Avenue School and will enter Normal School. She was a member of the j. N. P. Reading Circle and Athletic .'Xssociation. Her hob- 83O Orange St. 5 "And the night shall In' filled 'ZUILYII music." 118 Hclyn entered from XVorthington Hooker School and will continue at the Yale School of Music, where she is now taking a lirst year course. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Chornses, Hillhouse Players, and Glee Club: and was one of the York Square Players in her junior year. Music is her hobby. sk ?i'lfeFlDE J MJLIEIE Ji 'U 7? lC'r'r,x i-XI.M,x Com: 84 Downing St. "1 'z:1'1'nn.v nrt' my 1'11rli11c1fi011.v." "lid" prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will take up teaching. She was a member of the Chorus t4yJ, Freshman Motto Club, Sophomore Glee Club, Hillhonse Players tsecond yearj, and Sigma Honor Society: and was an honor student for four years. Shewas a winner of a Thrift lissay l'rize in her lirst year, the Biology Prize in her Sophomore year, and the -lunior English Prize in her third year. Her hobbies are swimming, reading, and dancing. Swimming is her hobby. lZI..xNcII12 illADELYN Cltossucv Hamden "Thr pen Iwvctlllle' ri t'ltI1'I-0ll.l' Ulilflllllyyl graduated from Dunbar School and will take up nursing at Hartford Hospital. She was a member of the lfreshman and Senior Choruses, M. P. Reading Circle tSophomore yearj, Field Hockey Squad, and "Lit" Magazine Coimnitteeg and was Vice-President of the XYriters' Club. Skating is her hobby. i liI,it.xNoR ANN.-XS'l'.XSl.'X CRIIWE :XNNE Lois CU'rl.ER 63 Ellsworth Ave. nf ' ' ' - - . H llzerv is tl f7l'I1SI'Z'6'Il!'SS nz qzncl 4-'lmuz "Connie" prepared at NYebstcr and Zunder Schools and will study journalism at llucknell. She was a member of the Freshman Ukulele and Hiking Clubs, Chorus t'4j, Glee Club t3j, bl. M. l'. Reading Circle, and Girls' Debat- ing Society. Music is her hobby. 119 RUTH l2r.lz,xmcTii Coucn 161 l Gilbert :X ve. 5 "To l7llS1.lll'.Y.S' that wr' low we rise I20fimc." "XYoof" entered from Barnard School and will continue at the Stebbing Secretarial School. She was a member of the Athletic Association, YVriters' Club QZQ, M. P. lleacling Circle, and committee for the "Lit" Magazine. North Branford "'Gi'z1e mc cnzoilivr horse." "Elly" entered from No1'tl1,Branford School and will take up physical education -at Doctor Arnold's. She was a member of-the',VV iters' Club C2j and Hockey Squad. ller hobbies are swii ming and horseback riding. f?lf?IfeH?52fS'QF1lgi 1319? 7.2 f l ESTHER INc:EBoRc: D,xnI.BERG 345 Peck St. "I like thc lake in .YIHIIIIIFV 01' in wi11fvr." "Es" prepared at Clinton Avenue School and will take up the study of teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, il. M. l'. Reading Circle. and Tri-Y 135. Skating and swimming are her hobbies. .-Xurixic lX'lAE Davis 101 Pendleton St. " 'Twi.1'f two fzlztzboznzdcfl seas I s1'a11d." "Tony" graduated from Putnam Avenue School and will take up the study of teaching at Dean Academy. In her First two years she was a member of the Hiking Club and Chorus. ln her last two years she belonged to the Hillhouse I-'layers and College Club. Swimming is her hobby. liATHERINE Esrnniz DAVIS Zll Day St. "Of some world far from ours." "Kitty" prepared at Dwight Street School and will en- ' ter Normal School to take up teaching. Her hobby is dancing, NINA MARIE. DO St. john St. "I7!7l'.Y1lll.S'l0ll, Q my tongue n'l1cne'c'1' .thc talks." "Babe" t Hamilton Street School and will continue at N She was a member of the Athletic Italian Club C3j, Hillhouse Players, and Chemistix Her hobby is debating. Lxlfv josE1'n1N1M: N,xT.xI.m DEW'I'1'T 83 Fifth St. "Prclty to walk witlzif' " oe" entered from Lauralton Hall in her Senior year and will continue at Fannie Smith Kindergarten School. She was a member of the Hiking Club, Tri-Y, College Club, and Athletic Association. Dancing is her hobby. - Y U .i Y..-g if .iilkfi-DG ' 'UBI-E if .fUEl?fH-Lei? -i lQECi1N.-X Rosa-Rirx DEVITT 93 Fifth St. '21 foolzlrlz genie railed golf." "-lean" entered from l,auralton llall in her Senior year and will take up the study of teaching at Albertus Magnus. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, Tri-Y, and Ath- letic fXssociation. Golf is her hobby. Mu: Aomzs DEVLIN 'Zllrm lzax his 701.11-IIIII' fuoizmn lm Mae graduated from Strong School Normal School. She was a member of t Senior Choruses, Freshman Tennis '1' Volleyball Squad. hl. M. l'. Reading Cir and Spanish Club. jixxe CEC1l.m DEWELI., K M E, 1. ll. 1. 22 Whalley Ave. "Light ax fzflll-fl-Ilff leaf." jane entered from Dwight Street School and will con- tinue at Albertus Magnus. taking up teaching. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Athletic Association, and Tri-Y. Dancing is her hobby. AN'roiNETTE MARIE DI CHEr.r.o the Yale School of Music, She belonged and Senior Choruses, Freshman Basketl . mony Club, and Athletic Association. H ' playing. Ciimcis lXlARY D1 LEl.L.x 64 Vlfallacyift. "Offer the hills, and offer the plain." 'V Grace entered from Greene Street SCIQDX-Zlllll is pre- paring for Normal School. She was iember of the Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, Freshman and Senior Choruses, Hiking Club se ond yearj, Girls' Glee Club, bl. M. P. Reading Circle, 1-Y, l-lillhouse Players, and Sigma Honor Society. lking and tennis are her hobbies. " 121 l 55 Maltby Place .r IICI' way." and will enter he Freshman and eam, Sophomore cle, l-liking Club, 219 Poplar St. "Eutm11r1'i1g our .velixrx with clmmzed 7'1'LC'l0fIi-VS' "Babe" prepared at Strong School and will continue at to the Freshman mall Squad, Har- er hobby is piano at Y - .,. :ss-e. - uf . , -..-. -'i+!5'LEg3l5 g2 QFQ. 119221--g lQ.X'l'llRYN 1XlARlE IJUNLAN 125 Chatham St. "Steiff us light." "Kaye" entered from St. Francis and will take up teach- ing at Normal School. She was a member ol' the Sopho- more Motto Club, Freshman and Sophomore Basketball and Volleyball Teams, Tri-Y, and Senior Chorus. Skat- ing is her hobby. Rosh D. lJUIiIN 8 Vernon St. "l,1'!sv sruulloru rIi'm'cs the tvfirfv.r." "Dubby" graduated from NVebster Street School and will enter Normal School. ln her first year she belonged to the Chorus, Basketball Squad, and Girls' Debating So- ciety. She has also been a member of the Menorah So- ciety, Glee Club f3j. and Senior Chorus 121. Skating and swimming are her hobbies. BizR'rn,x Dwoaski 315 Ferry St. "And lzold liigli i'0iiwi'.n' 701111 flu' iiziglify david." "Bert" graduated from Strong School and will enter Normal School. She was a member of the Athletic As- sociation and the junior and Senior Choruses. Reading is her hobby. .XNN iw Dwrnlt 273 Chatham St. lrflcss as the ciirf' .-Xnn prepared at St. Francis School and will take up teaching at Columbia. She was a member of the Fresh- man and Senior Choruses, M. P. Reading Circle CSD, Girls' Debating Society 131, XVriters' Club, and Dickens Club. Swimming is her hobby. V S.xR.x l.Uci1-l.i2 l2ifl.,xN1i 7 1 279 XVhalley Ave. "ll'ifli f1If'!fjl'lItT6' of ii flI'ZE'lI.H "Sally" prepared at Scranton Street School and will take up nursing at.the Memorial Hospital at Inwood, N. I. She belongml to the Freshman Debating Society and Chorus, Mem ah Society, and Senior Chorus. Her bob- by is dancing. ' i 122 fXDlEl.l2 lfSPOVITCH 'V,, Y ' J - -V-S t f.'..'lf4F3,D6Id-2 ii 1.EgI.E,,-ti Qi .fUERfH,v jg l Rosie l.Ucl1.1.l2 l2INllURN 77 Orchard St. "Upon the fV01l5llf'f!'-HOOP' I .S'Tt'll-V." "Tools" prepared at Scranton Street School and will take up kindergarten teaching at Bridgeport. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus and Hiking Club, Ath- letic .Xssociation, and Chess and Checker Club. Dancing and swimming are her hobbies. X S lfioimxcia lXlAY l2NN1s 1452 XVhalley Ave. "Sweet as thc Sflllilt' of ,rj1r1'1zg1." "lilo" prepared at Arlington, Mass., junior High School and will take up teaching. She was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore llasketball Squads, lfreshman and Senior Choruses, Athletic Association, and 'l'ri-Y 135. Swimming and skating are her hobbies. ixlklllli l.oU1s1z lisrosrro 250 Franklin St. Hglllll Izclfcr had Ilze-v uc"cr Ifccn born, 11710 rcod to doubt, or read In ,l't'0I'II.H Marie prepared at Hamilton Street School and will enter Normal School. She was a member of the Italian Club f2J, bl. M. P. Reading Circle. and Sigma llonor So- ciety. Reading is her hobby. liosic ANNA lisi-1 msrro 862 Dixwell Ave. "The l"Z'Fl'-Hfj1lfSf71IIC, ctw'-Ic11ry111'11y1 rose." "Rosie" plfepa ed at Ivy Street School and will take up the study of tlz ching at Normal School. She belonged to the Freshnl bows, 'king Squad 133, Athletic As- sociation, andbtaliziii' lidj-32 3. Hiking and skating are her hobbies. ' 601 - 45 If 'UI have .tern Ihr great." A-Xdele was a member of the Athletic ,-Xssociation. 123 . 1.2192 iii I 1 .-X1.1c1a IWARY 1igvANs,, KID 2 hobbies. ' I Nomrx Nl,xR,1oR11a l7ARN11,xM 63 Blake St. "1 fell time, be not 1'a.1lz." "l1u1l""p1'epared at Beecher School and will cuter Nor- 111al School. She was a member of the Hikuw' Club C4 . . . . . W - ' Lhorus 31, aud 1l'1-Xi. Sw1111111111ff Zlllii skatmv' are l1er 1 ll ' 6 3' 1o 1 nes. MA1a11:1. IEVELYN FR1Tz121.1. Coxci-:'r'1',x Fusco 163 Goffe Terrace Hfftltldllllg is I0 file mind what e.1'0rrisc is to thc-body." Coueetta entered from Roger Sherman Scl1ool aud will comiuue at Normal School. Her l1obby IS readmg. FAN Nm CATI IERINE G,x1-LUCc1 S' 124 189 Dwight St. 2515110 has the grmf flflfflil' l1m1r1'." "Puff-ball"H prepared at Dwight Street Scl1ool and will prepare for a lliterary career at the Yale Dramatic School. She was a lllffl11JCI' of tl1e Freshman Motto Club and A. JK. Minstrel Cast. She was also the composer of a 1111111- ber'of poems and songs. Poetry and whistling are l1er 5 Hemlock Rd. "Swirling about like cz top." "Fritzie" entered from Crosby High School a11d will take up teaching at Normal School. She was a IllC111lJC1' of the 'l'c1111is Squad Csecoud yearj, liillhouse Players l2j, and Hiking Club CZH. 1DZlllClIlg' is l1er hobby. 109 Farreu Ave. "Banisl1 thc' rule and llzlc' rod." "Ted" graduated from VVoodward Avenue School a11d U will cuter Normal Scl1ool. She was a 111e111ber of the Fl'CS11lllZll1 a11d Senior Choruses, Hillhouse Players QZJ, and VVriters' Club. Reading' is her l1ohhy. - v- ff Y 1 'Qi . S ZUJEDG is .5g'u:x.a-,- RCB.-jg l5E.x'rR1Cb: GIJCK . 416 Oak St, "To dazzle let llzc twin drxrigzzf' "Bee" entered from XVehster Street School and will take up teaching at Normal School. She belonged to the Athletic Association and the Freshman Chorus. Her hobbies are ball-playing and reading, A Rosa R. Corn 161 Qak St' 'Yield CIl0l'.S'fI'll'llfl1S1Iif' .r1'jn1rr1lc." "Rot-l1ie" graduated from Prince Street School and will take up the study of teaching' at Simmons. She was a member of the Athletic Association, 1Vriters' Club, Senior Chorus, DI. M. l'. Reading Circle, and Sigma Honor So- ciety. Dancing and sports are her hobbies. FR.xNc1zs GOLDBERG 71 1Vashington Ave. "UJzc011H11cd as dayf' "l7ranky" came from l'1'ii1qfjfSt-regzt School and will en- ter Normal School. She was a member ol' the Menorah Society and bl. M. l'. Reading Circle. Reading and danc- ing' are her hobbies: 1,1lCR'1'RU1Jli ll.xR1ul-:'r'r f1lll,DliN 45 Day "'Gz'w me souze lllIt.Yl't',' mizsic, 'lllllltllij' food of lout" "'I'rudy', prepared at Scranton Street School and will enter Normal School. She was a member of the Fresh- man Chorus, I. M. l'. lyleaftiling Circle, Senior Chorus 621, I , Y - j ' - y 4 . Menorah Society 12 lffflllll XVrners C lub. Dancing. read- ingg and playing the piano are her hobbies. SARA SELMA Gor.nEN 1325 Boulevard "Ou the lvrigflzf 'ZK'tl7,"6'A'tlfSl1lIfj.H "Sally" entered from Scranton Street School and will take up nursing at New York University. She belonged to the Freshman, Junior, and Senior Orchestras, Fresh- man Basketball Team, Athletic Association, and Spanish Club. Singing is her hobby. 125 I QQ GIQQQSS QF, 19? if IBLANCHE OI,lV1lX Go1-DsTE1N 121 Carmel St. ".llga1'nsf dircascs lzcfre the strongest fenrcf' "Gold Dust Twin" graduated from Truman Street School and will study physiotherapy at Grace Hospital and Dr. Stewart's School of Physiotherapy. She was a mem- ber of the Freshman and Senior Choruses, Hiking Club, Tri-Y 453, llusiness Board of the "Sentinel", M. P. Reading Circle, and Sigma Honor Society: and was an . iz,-f . 41 Am Rum Go1-Ds'rE1N 121 Carmel St. "1Zj5cz'c1zt as ll be i'Yrc1p." "Gold Dust Twin" 'gradual from Truman Street School and will take up teae g at Normal School. She was a member of the xl' shyman and Senior Choruscs, Hiking Club, Tri-Y l f ndf yearj, Business Board of the "Sentinel", bl. M. Pj eading' Circle, and Sigma Honor Society. Tennis iyllfler hobby. Honor Student. Tennis and swimming are her hobbies. . .1 N c1-1.11s GREE WELD 1 514 Elm St. fi f f 4 2 I ti 1. Swimmyng fv' L'llCll'1lHi1lg fzfcr new." Nell'- fir-1-eflyjf ly Morris Cove School and will con- '1 ' ' i 1 bftji. She bTlonged to the Athletic Associa- and ska ing are her hobbies. 'T fi GRACE TXTARY GoRM.xN 52 Edwards St. "Youth, hope, and love." Grace entered from Lovell School and will take up the study of teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses and the Girls' Glee Club. Reading is her hobby. ANNA lXlIixR1.x GR1Li.o 143 Liberty St. "She will laugh thee to scorn." "Ann" entered from XVebster Street School and will attend Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus and Italian Club Q21 Skating and dancing are her hobbies. 126 f CQUJRDG fr t guezzagj HELEN Louise Gizmrzo 120 Lamberton St. "I to myself am dl?t1l'f'l' tlzrnz. tl fI'lC1'ld.U "Len" prepared at St. Peter's School a11d will enter Normal School. In her Freshman year she was a member of the Chorus, Motto Club, Debating Society, Tennis Squad, and Volleyball Squad. She has also belonged to the Hiking Club QZQ, -I. M. l'. Reading Circle, and Tennis Team Csecond yearj. Hiking is her hobby. jimi: lfimnces H.xM11.'roN So Elmwood St. "ll'!zo first ilI'Z'ClIfCd 'ZU0l:7FCYN'4 bound the free?" .Ian prepared hit' Roger Sherman School. She was a memb 'crl"'fl1e Senior Chorus. Swimming and reading are her hobbies. C1..xR1z Lounox Hixieokovs 134 Everit St. "Her fare is fair-ilzozu fair!" Clare entered from Crosby High School and will prob- ably take up journalism at Sweetbriar College. She was a member of the Athletic Association and "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board. Her hobbies are eating, sleeping, and danc- mg. iXl.XYl7l1Il.I.I2 1.il..Xl7YS H .xR1z1Nf:'i'oN S4 Newton Rd. "Bock and forth, offer flzc uct." "Spike" graduated from Davis Street School and will take up economics at Simmons College. She was a mem- ber of the Freshman and Upper Choruses and the Athletic Association, and was in the Senior Tennis 'l'ournament. Tennis is her hobby. l.Ym.x BoRo15N HAND S4 Trumbull St. 'SUN dirty is lo fora and wire." "Lid" prepared at Orange Street School and will take S up nursing at St. Luke's Hospital. She was a member of the J. M. P. Reading Circle and Tri-Y. Her hobby is horseback riding. l 127 A N N ETTE I,oU1sE HAYES l .AGNES GERTRUDE HEALY 56 Bristol St. "Study is like the lzea'Uc1L's glorious sun." "Ag" came from Ivy Street School and will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle, Tri-Y, Dickens Club, and Sigma Honor Society. Reading is her hobby. Dokis FAIRC HlLD HENDRICKS HELEN AANN HLCKEY 8 Shelter St. "lu sweet music is such art: Killing rare and grief of lzeatrtf' Helen prepared at Strong School and will continue at the Yale School of Music. She was a member of the Or- chestra 135, Athletic Association, a11d M. P. Reading Circle. Dancing is her hobby. RosE RA H EMUVITZ Society. Her hobby is sports. 'C 128 "Young and so fair." 147 Canner St. "They always talk who 1lC"i'L?l' think." Annette graduated from Nllorthington Hooker School and will continue at Glen Eden. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus and Hiking Club. 21 Townsend St. "Dodo" entered from Ivy Street School and will study nursing at Grifhn Hospital. She was a member of the Freshman Hiking Club, the Athletic Association, and Spanish Club. Basketball is her hobby 165 Scranton St. "Cla'r'um at 'Z,'L'llt'l'tll7ll6 110men." 'Mitz ' enter d from Scranton Street School and will take up s of teaching at Cornell. She belonged to r and Senior Choruses, Sophomore Tennis Te d n Club, Junior Glee Club, M. P. Reading Circ e, N rl ' Club, Menorah Society, and Sigma Honor Y fij1r.fa.12eT5e ima Tf igtrie Pai S DoRoTHEA IXDALINE H1l,DRETll 1138 XVballey Ave. "A glance like illc A'll1LShI'lZC' Tlmf flaslzes on steel." "Dot' graduated from Benton School and will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Athletic Association, and Tri-Y t3,J. Skating is her hobby. . lfATHERINE E1.1NoR H1L1,, E N 2 67 Grove St. "l'Vc mfr' the mzisir 11mkers."' "Kay" prepared at St. Marys School and will continue at the Yale School of Nursing. She belonged to the j. M. l'. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, and Girls' Glee . 1 E Club. Swimming is her hobby. :XDELE Rurn Hn.LM,xN 374 XVhalley Ave. "Glad.i'o1ue as s1c11z11zcr." "Sue" entered from Roger Sherman School and will take up teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Athletic Association, and Tri-Y t3j. Skating and athletics are her hobbies. HEI.EN G1-:RTRUDE H1NE 562 East St. "Fill each aching tooth." Helen prepared at Lovell School and will take up dental hygiene at Columbia. She was a member of the Fresh- man Chorus, Athletic Association, and Spanish Club. Skating is her hobby. AlARY EsTELl.E Hoc:AN 182 XVolcott St. "To raise the fhouglit and tonal: fllc lzcar! be llll.lIU.H Mary graduated from St. Rose's School and will take up the study of teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Athletic Association and Spanish Club. Skating is her hobby. - 129 i .,. A , Q aczgn-ss ? QF-Lg gg192 ff- :L -3- - -f ...r HANNAII CLARA HUBPQLBARK. 162 West St. ' ' C "Up into the hills afoot I'll go." "Hank" graduated from Truman Street School and will take up history teaching at Goucher. She belonged to the Freshman Debating Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, and VVriters' Club. Hiking is her hobby. H AZEL I21.1zARE'r11 HUlEl.S MAN AIARY BERNICE IF'lUG1IS0N, K M 2, I. B. I., 1609 Chapel St. "find they are dancing joyously." "Toots" entered from Roger Sherman School and will study secretarial work at Katherine Gibbs. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses, Tri-Y CSD, Senior Social Committee, Senior Executive Committee, and School Circle. Sports and dancing are her hobbies. XV1I.nA LAVIERN HUNTER ze as been DoRoTHv LILLIAN HoTToN 1877 VVest Chapel St. "Veslig1Ia Hlllltl' 1'ctro1'sum." "Dot" prepared at Edgewood Avenue School and will cnter Kendall Hall. She was a member of the Freshman Baseball Team, Athletic Association, Tri-Y, and M. P. Reading Circle. Swimniinglis her hobby. 187 Division St. "Ko.rpectable professors of the dismal scieizccf' Hazel prepared at Ivy Street School and will take up the study of science at Aurora College. She was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association, -I. M. P. Reading Circle tthird yearj, and Chemistry Club. 331 Lenox St. Swee e t mfam than 1 1 the song Billy at ashm o rammar School West ber of the A ' etic A ation and Senior Chorus. Danc- TI qt., Q i cc ' wr is . F h ' L , llaven and QP take u tic work. She was a mem- ! . ing and singing are h ' bbies i 130 , An d if f 11 LB s- . 'VERA f ANNA Isimcs 172 Gilbert Ave. "And .rlzv rualks wiflz lrizn, and .thc talks witlz him." "Anne" graduated from liarnard School and will pre- pare for a business career at Stebbing Secretarial School. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruses, J. M. P. Reading Circle. Girls' Debating Society, I-Iillhouse Players, ancl'2gI,e11orah Society. Walking and gossiping are her hobbies. ' '1 . -4 1 CixRoi.YN H. IsAAcs 200 Chatham St. "lf is a pam' .rporf flzat ix not ruortlz the ca1zdIe."' Carolyn entered from Lovell School and intends to take up the study of teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Sigma Honor Society, -I. M. P. Reading Circle, Dickens Club, Hiking Club, and Girls' llasket- ball Squad. Her hobby is sports. .ITY Ixus, A. A., I. B. I. 765 XVhitney Ave. "QlltIHfLI'llIl est in rellzrs 1'11cme." lletty entered from XVorthington Hooker School and is preparing for Kelloggs Institute. She was a member of the Volleyball Team Cfij, Tennis Team f4J, Girls' Bas- ketball Team f4l, School Circle, Monitor Squad, Senior Chorus, and Track Team t2j 3 and took part in the School Circle Christmas Play. . I'iI.l.EN C1icn.1.x -IACUBSUN, CD E. lo5 Hillside Ave. i'Dtl1IC'l.7lfj'S U f0llt'1l.l'f0'llL' that trim beauty fries." "Cece" prepared at NVoodward School and plans to teach kindergarten after a course at Normal School. She was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club. Freshman and Senior Choruses, and Freshman Debating Society. Danc- ing and skating are her hobbies. Homer IUCIIIP jxcorssox 43 Sylvan Ave. I "For there was newer yet p11iI0sopl1er That could czzdure the fooflmrhe jvatic'ntly." "-lap" entered from Scranton Street School and will study dental hygiene at Columbia University. She was a member of the Freshman Orchestra, Debating Society, and Chorus: Sophomore Motto Club, Hillhouse Players, and J. M. P. Reading Circleg and was Secretary of the Girls' Debating Society. Ice-skating is her hobby. 131 .... --- ' - , Ii ecpcaes sg eff 12192 ji- lx'l1I.DRED JONES, B. T.- 62 West Rock Ave. "To wake llzc soul by fender .rf1'0kz'.s' of art." "Milly" graduated from Edgewood Avenue School and intends to study dramatics at Emerson College. She was a member of the Freshman Field Hockey Team and Cho- rus, the Volleyball Team Cseeond yearj, Hillhouse Play- ers, College Club, and Business Board of the Class Book. Dramatics and dancing are her hobbies. L CATIIERINE lumim lX.Xl.TNUSK1'4', 743 State St. "'O, if ix C'J6't'f'llC?'ll'f to lutpi' cz, giants .s'frcugtlz." "Catty" entered' from Stiong School and will take up the study ofxgymnastiqsfat the N. H. Normal School of tiymnasticsy She belonged to the Freshman Chorus and Basketbal1,:Squad, College Club, M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, and Tri-Y. hobby is sports. l,.URE'1'TA C.x'rl1ER1NE ICEARNEY 54 Lawrence St. "lV1'tlz strong and gentle l1Ulld.Y'HlC nurse." "Laur" prepared at Lovell School and will enter Roose- velt llospital to become a nurse. She,was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, the Volleyball Squad, and Ill. P. Reading Circle. Swimming is her hobby. C.X'l'llERlNlE .XoNEs K.f'tNE 159 Cedar Hill Ave. 'Play up, play up, and play the game." "Kay" graduated from Clinton Avenue School and plans to take up the study of dental hygiene at Columbia Uni- versity. She was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club, Social Committee of Tri-Y, Freshman and Senior Ukulele Clubs, Hillhouse Players, and Senior Chorusg and was President of the M. lj. Reading Circle. Her 56 Whalley Ave. "By sports like these are all their cares beguilcdf' L1LY.xN BEATRICE KEATINC2 "Lil" entered from Dwight Street School and will at- tend Arnold's School of Gymnastics to become a gym teacher. She was a member of the Basketball Squad C3j, Freshman Chorus, Hiking Club QSD, Senior Chorus, Field Hockey Squad 125, and Volleyball Squad. Basketball is her hobby. 132 f i n e: E 72 1..a-f LUierz.sf 1 l'lELEN GIERTRUDE lCEI,l.El1ER 463 Lombard St. "The .VOIHZIHIIQ jargon of ilu' .rcl10oIs." Helen entered from Clinton Avenue School and will attend Normal School to become a teacher. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Hillhouse Players, Tri-Y, and j. M. ll. Reading Circle. Her hobby is sports. Krsna MAY K12i.r.Y Z5 Charles St. "Hooks think for me." "l,ittlebits" prepared at lvy Street School and plans to study music at the Yale School of Music. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, M. P. Reading Circle, Wlriters' Club. Chemistry Club, and Senior Chorus. Dancing and reading are her hobbies. ELLA .Xxx 1.x K-loss, fb E 505 Elm St. "Thr dallcvm' wlzirl rmzml gully." "Nita" graduated from Dwight Street School. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, and Senior Chorus. Dancing and swimming are her hob- bies. filiURfDI.XN,-X l1:I.IZABETH lioRN 125 Lawrence St. "Tn mise ilze Iflflllgfll' and fcuvlz Ihr lzcrzrff' "George" prepared at Lovell School and plans to become a teacher after a course at Normal School. She was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club. Swimming and skating are her hobbies. l.hxoRE lxoskoi-if 402 Edgewood Ave. "G1'af'r wax in all lm' .rlrfv.v." "Lee" entered from Dwight Street School, will attend the Denishawn School of Dancing, and plans to be an aesthetic dancer. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus. Aesthetic dancing' is her hobby. 133 EVA KllfXl.l. 203 Spring St. HllvlIl'II lmflz flzc fciirliws and flip fumjlzz' D arc young." Eva graduated from Truman Street School and will .A N- , - L7 QF. .5192 1 s. Dokornv XYIRGINIA Kiumsiiy 105 Carmel St. "Ol1! To dana' all iziglif and Io rlrcss all clay." "Dottie" prepared at Anderson' Grammar School, XVaterbury?Xnfl lphxinawto continue lat Miami University and to ie ia teacher. She was ai member of the So- cial Service Club, and M. l'. Reading Circle. Her hob- by is dancing. attend Normal School to become a teacher. She was a f member of the Freshman Chorus, J. M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus. Spanish Club, Menorah Society, and Chemistry Club. Swimming is her hobby. Sm.M.x RUTH LEAND Z5 Batter Terrace "Sang in tones of deep C"Hli0fl.0II.H "Sella" entered from Barnard School and intends to study dental hygiene at Columbia. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, Girls' Debating Society, junior Cho- rus. and Senior Chorus: and was a Freshman Cheer Lead- cr and President of the Ukulele Club Csecond yearj. :XNNA NoRM,x Lay 191 Goffe St. " 'Tis crlzrcafion forinx flu' common mind." 'Z-Xnn" prepared at Dwight Street School, will enter Simmons College. and intends to be a teacher. She was a member of the Orchestra 135, Senior Chorus, j. M. P. Reading Circle, XVriters' Club, Girls' Glee Club, Hillhouse Players, and Sigma Honor Society. Dancing and ath- letics are her hobbies. BEATRICE AANNE LEVENSTEIN 600 George St. "Size from wliosc lips difziinc j1crsna.n'o1z Hows." "Bee" graduated from Scranton Street School and will continue at Boston University. She belonged to the Girls' Debating Society for three years. V 1 V .A x1o4 -a l ,X 1 5' 8 -i- eivnne waz. ci 'nfezamafl HE.X'l'RlCE l.ilfc'lli'rz 67 Hallock St. "Still .filx flu' .vflloul-lmifxv by flze road." "l'h14lrly" prepared at Truman Street School and will enter Normal School anfl become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, j. M. P. Reading Circle 4211, and Menorah Society. Dancing and swimming are her hobbies. .XNNA BELLE l,lNSI.EY North Branford "lf'01rr name hangs in my llcarz' lilcv ci Iwf'lI's tongue." ",-Xnabel" entered from North Branford Grammar School and plans to become a nurse. She belonged to the il. M. P. Reading Circle, Tri-Y, and Hiking Club. Her hobby is sports. l-ili.X'I'RICE l.ocKERY "I like nm' lady .vlifvfvcr.v." Beatrice was a member of the Athletic Association. ICVELYN l.ocK12Rv "Joy ruled the day." livelyn was a member of the Athletic Association. IELSIE lXl.xRm l.oEBEk North Branford "O, 'IUllIlf'I', ruler of the imferted year." "Else" gracluatferl roi VNo1'th Branford Grammar School and will enter tl 4f'o1n1ecticilttc.GDllege of Pharmacy to become a 1 iarmacist. 'She xyksla member of the Sen- ior Chorus. Yinter sports-'iS her hobby. 135 Q1 ,. Y ,A , f-1, ,, -,-,A . Q Fgfi QK192 i i F C iXl,XRlE B,x111s,x11,x LUESCIIE 203 Dover St. "l1'11 1111111' T'1-F1 1f1'1f.v1'11." "Ri" eutcrecl from lvy Strcct School 211111 pl2111s to study IlllI'Slllg'Z1.1 the Y21lc School of Nursing. She was El mem- ber of the Athletic .'XSSOL'lZlll0ll 3.1111 received honors for her Soplioiiiore 211111 hluuior years. Re211li11g 211111 swim- ming are her hobbies. U 11.1.1-:1xN1z11 1.1-:N1111o'1'11 l.oos, E N E 47 Foster St. "li1'1111l-v, 111,11 111111111 is 11'111111111," "Bulky" QIl1Cl'CCl from l.ovcll School 211111 will coiitiuuc 21t Nilllllill School to become Z1 teacher. She was 21 mem- ber of thc lf'resl11112111 211111 Sopl1o111ore Motto Clubs, the ll21sl1ctb21ll S11112111 1441, Volleyball 'l'e21111, 211111 Sigma H011- or Socictyg 211111 was l,1'CSlll6llt of thc Ckulcle Club 1511111- ior yC2ll'1. Swiiuuiiug is her l1obl1y. H1 IIX l21.1.11:N l.vM1xN 24 Xvlllilfdll St. -' 'f "ll'111111111'.v 111 111111 11 1'o111'1'11d1'1'1'101-1 still." l.o1111.x1N1z f1l.lYli l,lTIllN4l'I'UN 44 Downing St. ".S'l1111'1o11.1 1111 11111 xii." "l.ouie" lJI'ClJZ1.l'QKl 21t Cliutou Avenue School 211111 iute111ls to be 2l'lll11'Sf. Shc belougecl to the l:I'CSlllllZ1ll Chorus 211111 Motto Club, 211111 1111-'lbkhig' Club. Reacliug is l1cr hobby. ,Xl jj: 11 ,1 1 4 XXLQJN' H131-tx" ClltG1At3tl from Edgewood Avenue School, will Cfillllllllc Ill l,asell Se111i11ary, 211111 i11te111ls to be 21 1lietici2111. She was Il iucuiber of the Fresl11112111 Motto Club, Chorus, 211111 l'321sl1ctb21ll Stllliltll was Secretary of the Motto Club 211111 Il clclegzlte to the Stu1le11t Council i11 her seco111l year: 211111 was il lllC1lll3CI' of thc Varsity llasketball Squad 121, lflilciug Club, Girls' Glec Club, and Class 1'iu Coiumittec. Her hobby is athletics. 1.12.1 N Nix ll1XRR1ETT l11AC.'3xR'l'HUR l3f1 "1'1'11, 1ll'IlS1t' is flll' f11'11p111'1'.v 88 Olive St. arf." "Harry" lJI'C1JZ1I'Ctl 21t Greene Street School Zlllll will enter Noriual School to become 21 teacher. She belonged to the lTl'CSlllllZ11l Chorus, 1. M, P. Reading Circle 121. 211111 tiirls' tilee Club. Music 211111 sports are her liobbies. F :V Ll V1 1 ff' .. Y J ' . .,-, ?fQ7U2F1DG eerr 5 aura if .2 .-.'lfEl?J?,- jg ltolsicmix Nl.xc.XR'r11UR 88 Olive St. Ulllllfll you do f1'r1m'r, I wish you cz 'zeaztw n' 1110 sea." "Roberty' entered from Greene Street School and will learn to teach kindergarten at Normal School. She was a member of the lf'reshman Chorus and the bl. Nl. l'. Read- ing Circle 123. ller hobby is dancing. x H 'T 3 ' YN 'llwhi at 1' ,s Y-'bg -H - ' I ciR.'XCli: hl,'XRY TXTAIIER, K M E. 245 XVest Park Ave. ",'lI1'1'f11, Ullllllf me of thy r1'r":u." jj! . Grace prepared at l.. NYl1eeler Beecher School and will enter Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Freslmian Motto Club. the College Club, and Tri-Y. Skating is her hobby. lC1.12.xNo1z Kl.uenz M.xRKu.xM, K M bl 812-,Orange St. K-' .z . ,. - .. 'ill-v f111bgf1'1r'7m'k.r UlfxQS'hllligjLL6' .rmrff Nlfllieigfmltiatecl from 'viiertliington H6oker1School and plans to study de."0'11ing at Pratt 1 ' e. She was a member of 1 4 iman V 'ball Squad, Girls, Glee Club, Tri-Y, Se ior Chorus. Ct lege Club, and "Sentinel" lfditorial lloard. ,P , llolus Cucoi. N.utoNm', lx M E, l. ll. I. 53 Watson St. HGl'tIt'ITl' and .S'fl'tIlyfIf Us 12i1'cf1z'.v.' "Do" entered from lvy Street School and intends to be a teacher after a course at Columbia University. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, the Urehestra 43 J, Tennis Team t2 y, Hiking Club, Girls' Glee Club 123, Field Hockey Team, Girls, Basketball Team, and Senior Chorus. Tennis is her hobby. 1 4' llituzx ll. N.xRoNm', K M E. l. ll. 26 Ferry St. '31 llziznj nf Iwiin v 's u joy f-0l"CT'I'll. ' "Hiley" prepared at St.,TlLc's School and intends to enter l.arson's'Secretfyial School and then follow a sec- retarial career. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club zmdt Chorus, Sophomore Motto Club. and Senior Chorus.j Her hobby is sportsf 137 L .Q .llxlwlt kv... --, l-Q -MT, A-F? 5 -. '31 1 -Li -fi-, ti cpags lg Q' ig192?'7i5Q Yiciu lXl.XR'l'lNEZ 140 Hallock Ave. "Dawn the lmrd fwirk4'rl.w1oru I Xlllllllflll-V glide." fx "Ye" entered from tiillmert lligh School, XVinstecl ancl will attend Normal School' to hecome a teacher. She was a niemlmer of the Girls' Haskethall Sqnarl for two years. Skiing is her hobby. limnu lJIlRIYl'llY Nlwickixzzo 62 Lyon St. "liar you and I are past our dcmring du-v.r." "lim" graduated from Orange Street School and will enter Nforthforcl Seminary and then become a teacher. She was a member of the Chemistry Club. Dancing is her hohlmy. llokornv l.IJUISli M,xU'r'rE 382 Dixwell Ave. "No sleep till morn fulzcn youth and fvlcasurc' mectf' "Dot" prepared at Dixwell Avenue School and will en- ter Normal School to become a teacher. She helonged to the lfrcshman Monitor Squacl, Tri-Y i'2j, and M. l'. Reading Circle. Dancing is her hobhy. llicm-iN lXlctC'AR'rl1Y iiIfillll1l1f7.S'.S' is 'ZC'liSlf0Hl.u Helen was a member of the Athletic Association. lfroiuzxcn lX"lCfi0WAN "S1wz'fs to the .rwcelf Florence was a member of the Athletic Association. f l3S .,,-ni fif'lf.R,DE fe 'UELE M- fUEJ?J9.:ff Klrlklli 'l'i2luzs.x McGmvAN, K M 2 163 Grafton St. "Her llftlllfj' nmdf' me glad." Marie graduated from St. Francis' School and intends to follow the teaching profession after Z1 course at Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman Motto Club, and Chorus, Hasketball Squad 1319, Yolleyball Squad QZJ, Ten- nis Squad, Tri-Y, j. M. l'. Reading Circle, and Senior Chorus. Swimming is her hobby, lf,l'1'llLEEN iXlCliENZIE 142 Greenwood St. l'QIll.Y fallen' fosxif tll1Il7IIff'HI-.ju "Kitty" prepared at Truman Street School and will liizmx dl.XRY NcN.xM.fxn.x 94 Crown St. "To rim' flu' ffllfifl' fllflltgllffi Helen entered from Strong School and will continue at Normal School. She was a member of the Hiking Club t2j, Urehestra lol, and hl. M. V. Reading Circle. ller hobby is skating. OLIVE ZWERRILI. Olive was a member of the .-Xthletic Association. "1 'ZUtIllllI'l't"Il in llzf' fmrkf' enter Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Hiking Club, Girl Re- serves, Tri-Y QSJ, Monitor Squad, junior Executive Committee, Senior Chorus, Sigma Honor Society, and M. P. Reading Circle: and was President of the Ukulele Club and Chairman of the Tri-Y Social Committee in her Senior year. Skating is her hobby. l"n.xwcics lfVIEl.YN lXlERBER4l lfll Spring St. "To brisk notes glfnzrv her 111'111I1If' feet." "Fay" entered from Commercial High School, will con- tinue at Boston University for Women, and intends to be a teacher. She was a member of the J. M. l'. Reading Circle, 'l'ri-Y, Senior Chorus, and College Club. Swim- ming and dancing are her hobbies, 139 f --.- 35-1 .-. ffhfws e.. Qffg iegugg :peg mrn Mnrrn N. A., l. B. I. 172 Fountain St. BESSIE lX11l.I.ER 250 Newhall St. "The A'flI.I'l1f of youth." "Bess" graduated from lvy Street School, will enter Arnold's School of Gymnastics, and plans to be a gym teacher. She belonged to the bl, M. l'. Reading Circle and Spanish Club. Sin mo FY ll godo'v.fs and she looks 11 queen." lidith prepared at l.ovell School and intends to enter Sullins College. She was a member of the Freshman lliking Club and Tennis Team, the Sophomore Motto Club, the Monitor Squad, and 'l'ri-Y. Tennis is her hobby. lil Xl X xlllllkli, 00 l' 36 Young St. l:I.URENC'E SARAH iXl0I.AVER 117 Asylum St. 'hrlizzlzifimi is the growth of pf'rry t'lI.IlIf'.U "Flo" entered from Scranton Street School, intends to continue at .tXrnold's School of Gymnastics, and plans qw be a physical instructor. She was a member of the O1- chestra 145, Menorah Society 125, and Senior Chorus. Her hobby is sports. Rene prepared at l.. XVheeler Beecher School and will study at Normal School to be a teacher. She belonged to the lfreshman Chorus, Inter-sorority liair Committee, and Tri-Y: and was Vice-President of the Spanish Club. Skating is her hobby. SARA MoL1..x Mooan 64 Vtlilliani St. "O, mzfsic, splzcrr'-zlcsccmicd maid." "Surly" prepared at Orange Street School and will en- ter Connecticut College and then become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, the J. M. P. Reading Circle, Menorah Society, Spanish Club, College Club, Dickens Club, Sigma Honor Society, and Senior Chorus. l'iano-playing is her hobby. 140 C' fflJ2FlDC 35 -1CEJ?fHgj2 Gi2iz1'1:LiDE lXl.XRlli dlURRAY 254 Lloyd St. "lf than wilt .Y'ZUI'11l, swim zuitfi the tide." "Gert" gradnatecl from St. Francis' School and intends to follow El business career utter zi course at Mclieoifs Secretarial School. Swimming is her hobby. iXlARY Mowicn ML.iiue.xy' 2.38 .-'Xlden Ave. "To fit tlif' lmokx lIf7!Hl the sf1cl'z'vs." "lX'lz1e" entered from St. Rose! School and plans to bc 1 1 2 librarian. She belonged to the Athletic Association, and her hobby is swimming. l.il,i.i.xN C. Mviuxxo 223 Dwight St. 'Qlrt is long, life .rt10rt." "Lil" entered from Commercial High School and in- tends to study art in New York. She was El member of 'l'ri-Y 421, Hiking Club, Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, Chemistry Club, Sigma Honor Society, Girls' Debating Society, Menorah Society, and liasketball Squad 425. H izrifx N1cw'roN 'Ullakm 'Zk't.VllIUIlI .v11ziIv." llelen was zi member of the Athletic .-Xssocizition. Al.1cE BIARIE O'CoNNial.I. 170 Starr St. "Deep 'Z'C'I'.S'l'lli in forgotten lore." Alice graduated from Ivy Street School and plans to study teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the J. M. P. Reading Circle, College Club, and Senior Chorus. Reading is her hobby. I 141 1 l siigfiif-,3S ...fiQ 19? ff l hlARAlURlE CoNs'r.xNei5 ffCUNNEI.l, 11 Lamberton St. "Oti1r11z rum dig1zitatc'." "Marge" prepared at St. Peter's School and intends to become a teacher after attending Normal School. She was a member of the Volleyball Squad 12.5, J. M. l'. Reading Circle, and junior and Senior Choruses. Danc- ing is her hobby. hl.X'l'llll.lJIi CLMRE O'CoNNoR 94 l.ilac St. "S1t'tIl'IilZfj has its ups and downs." "lJolly'l prepared at Ivy Street School and intends to be a private secretary after studying at Stebbing's Secretar- ial School. She was a member of the NVriters' Club, j. M. l'. Reading Circle, and Spanish Club. Iler hobby is skating. Claxiuz Olliiaiitfa, K M E 536 Ellsworth .-Xve. "find witty to tulle with." Clare entered from XN'orthington Hooker School, in- tends to enter illarymount College, and will become a de- signtr. She was a member of the Hiking Club and Ten- nis Team. Her hobbylis tennis. lllixiw Anoizinx l'ixl.M1izRt 131 Franklin St. "l6t'ad1il1r1 is .rc'c'im1 bv f7l'0.l'V.U - - - M - U - f u Y V- I' . . Mary prepared at Orange Street School and plans to talce up teaching after at course at Albertus Magnus Col- lege or Normal Schrxoii She was a member of Tri-Y and the Senior Chorus, and received honors in her junior year. Reading and swimming are her hobbies, lil.v1Rix.lDol.oRiz!s Pixizx l54 llradley St. f' f' , . . "ll 11011 I hear sweet ntz1.rzt'.' .J , 7 fradu-ated from Orange Street School and in- tends to enter Normal School to become a teacher. She belonged to the Freshman and junior Choruses. Danc- ing and music are her hobbies. 142 -QUADQ-fit eei..'ifsr.1a--f .f1.r'an2.e.'i1e GERTRUD15 EVELYN PAs11.xL1NsKY 340 Norton St. "l'V011zen know the way to rear up c111'ld1'en." "'l'rudie" entered fron Roger Sher ian School and will continue at Norma cl . id m a teacher. She was a member t r 5 and Se 1ior Choruses and the Hillhouse ayers. ancing' is her hobby. HEl.EN'-,1"1rS1'El.I.E PECK 3093 Vtfhitney Ave. Mt. Carmel t "Sim .villgs each song twice over." '1 I Helen entered from Mount Carmel Grammar School JY and intends to be a teacher after a course at Normal j , School. She belonged to the Writers Club CZQ. Girls' Glee Club, and Senior Chorus. l . EVELYN M.xRoixRiQT l,ELl-EGRlNtJ 257 Franklin St. "Land of thc f7l.!gl'li1l'l'S pride." J . i '- , , I l , "Ev" prepared at Hamilton School, will enter St. Raph- ael's Hospital, and intends to befa nurse. She wasia mem- ber of the' Freslimaja Chorus and ltalla'rr'Club CZQ. Ice- skating and dancing are her hobbies. Q JESSIE I,oR15T'1ux PE1.os1 109 james St. "The .rtueef .YC71'l'1Ilif-X' of I10ok.s'." "Anne" entered from Strong School. She was a mem- ber of the Chemistry Club, XVriters' Club, and Sigma llonor Society. Reading is her hobby. lJo1zo'rHY VVILBURTIIA Ptflutflak 637 Ferry St. "Labor and Iowa' there are Il0 other laws." "lJotty" entered from Derby High School and intends to take up the study of teaching at Normal School. Dane- ing is her hobby. 143 - 1 11619 1? 7 -IANYCE RENEE l'1c'K12T'r, B. 'l'.- 351 Mcliinley Ave. "She !l'lllll'6'd, I say, 'right well." "jan" prepared at Barnard School, will enter Smith College, and intends to be a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, the junior Executive Com- mitte, and the Class Motto Committee: and took part in the 1927 A. A. Minstrel. Dancing is her hobby. Fn,xNcEs PIERCE 105 Brigtgl St, "On 41 Iziryclc built for two." "Fannie" graduated from Ivy Street School and plans to take up teaching after a course at Normal School. She was a member of the Girls' Ilasketball Squad, Senior Cho- rus. bl. M. P. Reading Circle, and VVriters' Club. Rid- ing a bicycle is her hobby. . CLEM1aNT1N.x AN'ro1NE'r'rE P1sc1'r1zI.L1 90 Hamilton St. I "She 't aM'111zs may rcadf' . f 'J , Q Q . "Clem" entered 1 aunlton Street School and will attend rpfmal S 'ol to become a teacher. She was a member tiling hletic Association. Reading is her hobby. . 1 iN B '-if lflsrm-:R RACHEI, l'UcE1.L.x 152 Columbus Ave. "The lziddcfz soul of 1zarm011ry." "Es" graduated from Prince Street School and intends to be a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Cho- rus, the UI. M. P. Reading Circle, Italian Club, and Sen- ior Chorus. Reading and music are her hobbies. l p S Q Rose l.oRRA1NE PU RTO X 88 Lawrence St. I "O, rose, tgs Wit otssom of sjvringf' "Rose " e ar at Orange Street School and plans to be a he belonged to the Hiking Club and M. P. ding Circle. Swimming is her hobby. , 144 S.. et "-X 1 n 551 rim , Y 1 flfEl?Ag eivane Zgygexqa 1914.-xxcns liozxla Quixriuno 161 Columbus Ave. "Rm1r11'11g and ,l"iI'lIIg and 'rifl1metz'r."' "Fan" entered from Prince Street School and intends to become a teacher after studying at the University of Vermont. She was a member of the Italian Club, -I. M. l'. Reading Circle, and Senior Chorus. Her hobby is ath- letics. lxosl ll x l'xU11M 1xXX9UN 1166 Dixwell Ave. CELIA R.x1s1Now1'rz 152 Minor St. "O this lvfzrxziizg, wlzuf a thing if fzf.r!"' "Ce" prepared at lvy Street School and intends to study leaching at Normal School. She belonged to the hl. M. l'. Reading Circle, and received honors in her junior year. SXVlllllll1llgffll,1Cl reading are her hobbies. .vfff filffw 10 1 lfzcn is no .mzull pleasure in sweet fu'afc1'." "Zel" graduated from Xtforthington Hooker School and plans to study dental hygiene at Columbia. She was a member of the Fresltmzln Chorus, DI. M. P. Reading Circle, and Girls' Debating Society t2l. Swimming is her hobby. J' X, ' 1 inq 1XI.XDEl.YN l ETH REIMAN, 70 Coe Ave., East Haven "HN ?dlll'tIf1'0H most have been 7lliSIf'd.,i Rosa Rock: EN 464 Norton St. Nadelyn prepared at Union Grammar School, East Haven and will Study to be a teacher at .-'Xlbertus Magnus College. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, the j. lll. P. Reading Circle, and College Club. Swim- ming and skating are her hobbies. feud' P0 read! I low, iii" "Ro" entered from XVest Haven High School and will enter Normal School to become a teacher. She belonged to the Girls' Debating Society, Ukulele Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, Ellld Spanish Club. Read- ing is her hobby. 145 , 1 1- CLASS' 1192 7i3eg 4il"' l.1l.l,IAN Rosorr 19 Scranton St. "A mini.s'fw'i11g lIlZfjCl.U - "lVilly" graduated from Prince Street School and will enter Mt. Sinai Hospital to study nursing. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, Tennis Team, and Hik- ing Clubg Varsity Tennis Team 121, J. M. P. Reading Circle, and Menorah Society. Her hobby is athletics. SARAH ALICE Rosoifskv 201 Bassett St. "The faillz slzv has in tmznis and tall stockings." Sarah prepared at Ivy Street School and intends to study costume designing in New York. She belonged to the Basketball Squad, Volleyball Squad, j. M. P. Reading Circle, Girls' Debating Society, and Senior Chorus. Ten- nis is her hobby. RUTH l-l.XRRlE'l' RUBIN, 419 2. 113 18 Dayton St. "My own flzoughfs are nity t'0lllf7t1l1l'0llS.U Ruth enteifcql inofh Davis Street SXl1.QQl'qmuHNVill attend New Yoigk xllhiversity. She vvhs ka, member of the Hill- house Players, j. M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, and Tri-Y. Her hobby is skating. LLAA H.XLl,l. lQUShhl,L Bethany "And gladly teoldc slzc lernc and gladly tcchef' "'l'rixie" entered from Bethany Center Grammar School and intends to be a teacher after a course at Normal School. Her hobby is skating. V - , LEoN.x NIARIE SA1.vAToRE 234 James St. "La musiquc c'cle.rte." Leona graduated from Strong School and plans to be a teacher after continuing at Normal School. She be- longed to the Freshman Chorus, the Italian Club QZD, and Chemistry Club. Playing the piano is her hobby. 146 Savane oi- aff ,VERA fl .'Xl.FR1iD.X ATARIA SANDIZERG 1994 VVhitney Ave. "With uzigfzfy strokes I Inrusf thc a'azfr's." "Fritzie" prepared at Scranton Street School and will enter Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the llasketball Squad, Volleyball Team 123. and Xlfriters' Club. Swimming is her hobby. I.izoNA V1o1-A Sixv1Ll.n 1428 Dixwell Ave. "Life presents 11lllt'fZ.H "Lee" entered from Pine Street School, llamden and is preparing to attend Normal School and then become a teacher. Dancing and reading are her hobbies. l L1 IZXBEIH ILORENCI' Sc.xNr.oN Short Beach llzey learn who fc? "Betty" prepared at St. Francis' lool and intends to become a teacher after Normal Sch . She was a member of the Ukulele Club in her first year and the Monitor Squad in her Senior yearg and was Vice-Presi- dent of the Ukulele Club. Ice-skating is her hobby. IQUTH JANET Scn.xP1Ro 13 Vernon St. "And PlZI'!0l1ltFl tIlIS'ZUC1'S 'llllifll lzer song." "Rufus" entered from VVebster School and is prepar- ing to attend Normal School and then become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, the Men- orah Society KZQ, M. P. Reading Circle, Ciirls' Debat- ing Society, Senior Chorus, VVriters' Club, and Sigma Honor Society. Singing is her hobby. . l,Il,l,IAN SCIIIFFRIN 100 Gregory St. "O1'1'g1'm1!z'ty provokes or1'gz'nc1Iity." "ShiHie" prepared at Ivy Street School and intends to become a teacher after Normal School. She belonged to the Volleyball Team, Girls' Debating Society CZQ, Senior Chorus, and Orchestra C41 Tennis is her hobby. 147 ,J -1 V L 1.CQaSSe gQrf15 3193 fire ui NTAR-IURIE YIRGINIA ScnU1.Tz 40 Shelter St. "I 'zuish an 11111115011 to Im." Marjorie entered from Strong School and will attend .-Xrnold's School of Gymnastics and then become a gym- nasium instructor. She was a member of the Freshman Basketball Squad, the Ukulele Club. Volleyball Squad. Freshman and Senior Choruses. Varsity Basketball VYIVIENNE INEZ Sco'1'T 97 Carmel St. "Fair to look Ilf70lI.,' "Boots" graduated from Roger Sherman School and plans to become a teacher after a course at Normal School. She was a member of the Orchestra 135, Hillhonse Play- ers 123, Ukulele Club, and Senior Chorus. Dancing is Squad, and 'Hiking Club. Her hobby is athletics. her hobby. X :XNNA tjinwxuuia ScU1.1.v 496 XVhalley Ave. "Fond of toil and t'tll'L'.H "Ann" prepared at Orange Street School and plans to enter Connecticut College. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, took part in the Sophomore Tennis Tournament. and was a member of the Field Hockey Squad 125, Col- lege Club, Tri-Y, and Senior Chorus. Ice-skating is her hobbv. t115a'rnUi1E SHIRLEY SE1.1NskY 148 Greenwood St. HlJl.'Z'f'l'.YI'fj', that is my 111.0t1'0." "Gert" prepared at Scranton Street School and intends to study dental hygiene at Columbia. She was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Chorus, and Tennis Team, Varsity Tennis Team, M. P. Reading Circle, and Menorah Society. Dancing is her hobby. C.xTl11zk1N1z VERoN1c1x SHANLEY HSCVFJIC a11z1'ds1' 76 VVoolsey St. alumna." "Kay" entered from St. Rose's School and will attend Normal School to become a teacher. She was a mem- ber of the j. M. P. Reading Circle and a recipient of hon- ors in her junior year. Reading is her hobby. 148 U 'UERJL 11, 3illJ2F1D6 E g-1113142 ef 'Ji RUTH Louise Sii.x1z'mNnizkt: 531 XVhitnex' Ave. "Upon ll fvniulcd ocean." "Ruthie" graduated from XVorthington Hooker School and intends to enter National Park Semir' . Sh l I longed to the Ukulele Club and the . thletic f " .tion. Her hobby is swimming. Q.. hl.XRY l2I.lZAl4IE'l'll S1-iizmmx 107K Mansfield St. "Pleasant in lzrr life." Manyfpr a'ed at Roger Sheri, an School and will take a bemnes' at S'EVl'!'m'j'KSecretarial School. She was a member of Tri-Y for wo years. Dancing is her hobby. l , S W l FANNIE Sioux 237 Newhall St. "joy llt'll'ff1Il'.Y in joy." "Fan" entered from Ivy Street School and intends to study for a musical career. She belonged to the Biology Club, Girls' Debating Society 137, DI. M. l'. Reading Cir- cle, and Spanish Club. Swimming is her hobby. l'lEl.LE ll. SILVERMAN 135 Scranton St. sflmlur knows 110 f'lIl1lflI'.H "Billie" prepared at Scranton Street School and plans to continue at Normal School and to become a teacher. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle, Men- orah Society, XVriters' Club, Sophomore Biology Club, and Hikine' Club. Her hobbies are dancing and skating. 5 b t Clarins ELLEN SkE1.l.Y 7 llaldwin Place "O for zz llorsc with 'Zk'lIIgX." "'l'oots" graduated from Union Grammar School, East Haven and plans to enter Tufts College. She belonged to the Basketball Team IZJ, Volleyball Team 425, Tri-Y. College Club, and Tri-Y Membership Committee: and was Secretary of the Inter-Club Council of Tri-Y. Swim- minff and horseback ridinw' are her hobbies. h 5 149 E,f?L5MS2S QF! 4319 2 7. - fe xxkk Huw Clnhhritirmn SMITH 99 Clinton Ave. ,Il "Ny 'nauzr is Iegimif' 0 Mxy entered from St. Francis' School and intends to be Qytntgeacll r after attending Arnold's School of Gym- xxnasltics. he ' s a member of the Volleyball Team 445, X LBpsketballx i,t4l, Tennis Squad, and Senior Chorus: Adnd hrllnlsy e School Broad-jumping Record for Girls. iffrack ishh r, hobby. ,N 1 SYl.vl.x Soromorc 2l3 Park St. "rl poem round cmd perfect as K1 swf." Sylvia grzyduatecl from'-Webster School, and plans to become a tc lcler fatter ttehclgii-ag"'lNlSori11al School. She was a memyb ofl'the Fr shman Chorus, the Glee Club, Hiking' Club, ZlllClXACl1lOI'KCil1OI'llS. XVriting poems is her hobby. , l - lim SUI.U'l'RUlfIf 101 Gilbert Ave. "My early low of reac1i11g." Rae entered from Crosby High School, VVaterbu1'y, will attend Normal School, and intends to become a teach- er. Reading is her hobby. llonis lNlARllC SPILNQER 7-5!Marvel Road . nib' if "ille'c1zt'zfs.ff-wat. - "Dot" prepared at Unio'rr-'r V nar School, Xvest l-laven, intends to enter Swa jlilalnore, and plans to be a doctor. She was a lnen-1-31-31 the Freshman Motto Club and took part in the 'Senior?eniiis 'l'ournament. Tennis is her hobby. ' ' A J i 5 S,xR.xl1 SYLVIA S1'I1aI.BERo 108 XVashington Ave. S "Timm to Sbl'17'ttl let 115 sing." "Soots" graduated from Prince Street School and in- tends to enter Normal School to become a teacher. She was a member of the Menorah Society and the Athletic .'Xssociation. Swimming is her hobby. S 150 -k '?iQi"l!1R,DG it 1-GLH,, QUE 125:22 lfDY'l'lIE EUNICIQ STEPTISUN, ll' E fb 69 l-Bassett St. . I "O, lmrv ffm gtrhv mul fl'SfI-'ZW' .vven0s."' W, Y "Steppie" entered from Ivy Street School and plans to'i attencl Cornell. She was a lllCllllJCl' of the Girls' llelmating Society, Hillhouse Players, lfresliinan Chorus, J. M. P. Reading' Circle, College Cluh, and Class Gift Committee. Dancing ancl Tennis are her hobbies. l .'XNNli'l"l'lC .'XI.l.ISS S'rn2N, Il E Il 033 llowarcl .Xxx-. "Reiter mzlmrzz than 1111tuugl1f." "Nette" gracluatecl from Prince Street School, will en- ter Normal School, and intencls to be a teacher. She was a l'llCll1llCl' of the Freshman Chorus, the Girls' llehating Society, Hiking' Cluh, anal Senior Chorus. C ," J Ifreliarxx l"a.xNc12s S'rR,xlN, el P Mt, C31-IUQIZQN. "T!1r'rr is plvaslrn' ill file fvaihless zt'00a's." , "Billie enterecl trom Mount Carmel Grammar Sc-lpool. She was Z1 nieniher of the gl. M. l'. Reading Cla-l-e anal 'liri-Y t3l. Hiking is her hohhy. fxf' I lirmxoie Ruisniziz S'l'RIiCKIiR 72 Gotifq St, "For I nm 7'll.YlI.l, "Ellie" prepared at Dwight Street School angl intends to emer Normal Sclwol to become':1 teacher. She ite-longed to fl16'il:1'i694'll'llZ1Y1 Cliorus, the Hiking Clul5 l2'l, X' olleylmabll Squarl, 'l'ri-Y, Senior Chorus, and junior Chorus. Ice-skating is her hohhy. hl.XNE'l' ES'l'lEl.LE S'rRoUsi2, H E H 183 Livingston St. "Tile 'ZUOVIIII lies brforf' me." "june" gracluatccl from lVorthingtou Hooker School, will enter Stehbing's Secretarial School, and plans to he Z1 private secretary. She was a member of the Fresluuan Ukulele Club and Chorus, Girls, Glee Club 125, and Sen- ior Chorus. Swimming is her hohhy. 151 l a 3 , - -W S... :-' -+ ei 6L'H'g5 g.Qi 11921. , Q -j' Lois 1.lI.l.1AN SUl.K1s, 41 E fb 186 Xvashington Ave. "I skated by the deep abyss." "l.o" graduated from Prince Street School and will at- tencl Normal School to become a teacher, She was a mem- ber of the Freshman Chorus and Hiking Club, the Hill- house Players, j. M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, hobbies. .Xxwx Nl.xI:o.xRE'r SU1.l.1vixN 69 Sylvan Ave. "Tlm11 dzueller of the sea." ,Xnna prepared at St. .Iohn's School, will enter Normal School, and plans to follow the teaching profession.. She was a member of the Senior Chorus. Swimming is her hobby. X'iRo1N1.x iN'1ARlE SULLIVAN and Sigma Honor Society. Skating and tennis are her 122 Minor St. "My I:1'1zg1d0111f for a 11m'se." "Ginny" entered from Tilden junior High School, Phil- Amcif '1ili0Ml'SUN "Noi frozen seas more still." .Nlice was a member adelphia, and will continue at Normal School ancl then become a teacher. She was 'lireasurlervol the j. 1Nl..1'. Reading Circle ancl a member of Tri-X .and the Hiking Club. Riding and dancing are her hobbies. 181 JNxS1lIlllll1 St. of the Athletic .'Xssociation. liioinzxcn 1X1IRl.XM Ti-1oMPsoN High St., Foxon "Her eye and aim are sure." lilorenee entcrecl from Foxon School and intencls to continue at the Yale School of Nursing and to become a nurse. She was a member of the Tennis Team tseconcl year J, Hiking Club, and Tri-Y 3 ancl took part in the Sen- ior Tennis 'l'ournament. Tennis and skating are her hobbies. 152 4 Y Y I- g -Vi N., + .tifwa,:oe lm fri 3. juerm, ig lfimxcics ll.XRRlE'I' 'l'nnn2'r'rs 25 lforbcs l'lace "The .vpirlf of life." "liebe" preparecl at Union Grammar School and plans to become a teacher altcr a course at Normal School. She was a member of the rl. lil. ll. Reading Circle in her Scn- ior year. lflcr hobby is summcr sports. J 4 J, K 'NT- X linrrn MAY 'l'oi.I.1 103 Minor Sf, "l71'1'.vi learn to reall, flnvz refill fo learn." "lCclclie" graduated from Mount Carmel Grammar School ancl plans to continue at Normal School ancl then become a teacher. Shc was a member of the Athletic Aggciatign. H I v f I Kliiex' 'liflfXll.lNSUN 'l'Riz.xT, .'X. .-X. Orange "Ol1, to lm fn: opfi1'111'sf." Mary cntcrccl from Orange Grammar School and in- tcncls to study home economics at Skidmore College. She was a nicnibcr of the Collcge Club 13,5 ancl 'l'ri-Y QSJ, l .fXRl.1N1c .-X. TRIEICIIEI. 137 Starr St. lzapfvbv soul!" :Xrlinc prepared at Ivy Street School and plans to at- tcncl Normal School to become a teacher. Shc belongccl to the .-Xthlctic ,'Xssociation. ller hobby is clancing. l'h..xNcnE TRo'1'sKY 17 Dwight St. Hfllllllll fllltllk, fflunk on tllf' old lIUllj0.n "l1lanchic" gracluatecl from XVcbster School, will entcr Nornial School, anrl intencls to be a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, the Tennis Team, ul. ll. l'. Reading Circle, and Banjo-Mandolin Club t2j 3 and was a rccipicnt of honors in her junior year. Playing the banjo anal dancing are her hobbies. 153 ' f. Ll S.. 1.632.85 2 Qi 5519 2 1.1 fe if' CORNlEl.l,X .-Xuciz 'llU'l'Tl.E 71 Osborn Ave. "ln slzrtlyk dark portal I dwell." "Neil" entered from l.. Wlheeler lleecher School, will attend Normal School, and intends to be a teacher. She was a member of the Girls' Basketball 'lieam CZJ, and the .lunior and Senior Choruses. Dancing is her hobby. l.Tl.l.TAN NTALE NTIE "For hcl' .rkill breeds no ill." "Lillums" graduated from Truman Street School, will attend Albertus Magnus College, and intends to be a teach- er. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus, ltalian Club 123, and Senior Chorus. Swimming is her hobby. RM: 1X'1.XR1UN '1'Ro'rTA 77 Olive St. "Let us lim' and low." "Damon" entered from Greene Street School and in- tends to continue at Normal School and then become a teacher. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Italian Club, Senior Chorus. and Dramatic Club. Dancing is her hobby. XIAY UMISERGER 23 Kensington St. "To be 1'nfl11.vf1'io.11sfi.v noble." "U1nbie" entered frioni ajsehool in Kansas and intends to continue her studies ht' Redlands University, California. She was a membe of ,the Freshman and Sophomore Cho- ruses, Freshniai 1X otto Club, and Senior Chorusg and rc- ceived a piizgrxn Biology in 1925. Collecting is her hobby. ' JN . 289 Highland St. l.UCil.l.E V1ol,ANTE 90 Nit-011 St, Hllvlltll an atlzlcfc, quick as q111'rl.'.rilt'e1'." "Lou" prepared at Lovell School and plans to continue at New Rochelle College. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, M. P. Reading Circle, and Sig- ma Honor Society: and was Editor of the lll C' 5 "Ga- zette" in her junior year. Skating is her hobby. 154 ' ffwane 1151.3 F. jlrienfaiig 'l'nm.M,x l,. XVA1.nM.xN 889 Howard Ave. U "Thel" graduated from Prince Street School, intends to enter the Yale School of Music, and will follow a musi- cal career. She was a member of the Freshman and Sen- ior Choruses, .lunior and Senior Orchestras, Hillhouse Players, 'l. M. P. Reading' Circle, and Alumni Symphony Orchestra: and was Secretary of the junior and Senior Orchestras. Music and swimming are her hobbies. lim S.u.l.Y XYEINSTEIN 74 Orchard St. 'lll'l'fll'll'IlI rlrcenderf' cf1nz'u." "Rudy" entered from 'l' uman Street School,and in- - tends to be a secretary after cou se at a secretar' l,school. - She was a member of the illld use Plgypfkl rls' Glee Club, Senior Choy s, d M no Society. Singing and ll'ill than lnzrw 11111s1'r?" l,ll.l.l.XN XVERUNICA W,u.sn, K M E 192 Norton St. ",-I f7h'fUll01ll- of delight." "Lil" prepared at Roger. Sherman School and intends to continue her studies at.A'll5ertus Magnus College. She was a 1ne1nberyo,ffthe Freshman Chor is atnd Tennis Team, the Sophomovre and junior Volleyball -- earns, and the Col- lege Club 3 and took part in the l927 A. A. Minstrel. Swim- ming is her hobby. dancing are heiyligimies. kj lirrln H,xRR1E'r XVn.soN 24 Hawthorne Ave. fczzder heart, ri will 1'nflc.r1'l1le." Effie entered from Ivy Street School and Northfield Seminary and plans to continue at Pembroke College. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruses. Swim- ming is her hobby. lllARjORIE XVERTHEIM 63 Harmon St, 'mln tllr' glory and good of art." "Margie" prepared at XVhitneyville Grammar School. intends to enter Pratt Institute, and plans to be an illus- trator. She belonged to the J. M. P. Reading Circle. Swimming is her hobby. 155 S 1 .... V 37,3-L, - V1 Y , , -w--t 9 - S cL'H'QSr,J' ggi 271192 lf- lg V mi ,-J - -, Moru' XYn.soN, ll. 'l'.- W3 l'3iSh01J ST. "ll'ifl1 wing af ciflzm' .vl101rlrif'r." Molly prepared at The liellowship School, Switzerland and intends to study foreign relations at Cornell. She was a nleniher of the liield Hockey Team and Sigma Hon- or Society. Art is her liohl-my. f Xb 'SV L, f lg i i f If 'J f'V'X,,4 TJQNA VVoI'.1fF 127 Carmel St. "fft'11lIc and good and mild llmu, art." "Lee" entered from Mount Vernon, New York, will attend Pratt Institute, and plans to study applied design. She belonged to the ul. M. P. Reading Circle, Wlriters' Club 125, Girls' Debating Society, and junior lixecutive Coinniittee. Dancing and reading are her hobbies. FR.xNc12s :XNNA Yunkix 401 I llswoith Xie 'i,7llIlSl'lx has clzarin alone for fwtlltflff 1111ac1's. "Franz" graduated from Roger Sherman School and intends to study secretarial work at Columbia. She was a member of the Freslnnan Chorus, J. M. l'. Reading Cir- cle, and Senior Chorus. Music is her hohhy. lfimkens ZEIDELI. 36 XVard St. "Canis terra at jimi fm' Ircizcfits dcs1'gm'd." "Franl' entered from Prince Street School and intends to take up the study of teaching at Normal School. She helonged to the lireslnnan Ukulele Club and the M. P. Reading Circle, and received honors for the full four years. Bridge and dancing arc her holmhies. l.n,Y Rosiz Zoififin 11 Allms St- iaqlll' I'0t!lH.S' 'lllllfl'I'IltIl hills and lJ1'1ifj1If.H "Rosie" entered from ,ll1'l1lll2ll1 Street School, will at- tend Normal School, and plans to he a teacher. She utas a nieniher of the Freslnnan Chorus, Cirrls Debating So- ciety. I. M. P. Reading Circle, and Senior Chorus. Danc- ing and walking are her hobbies. 156 :wane laura gzfezmfii iingz' 2-Xrahrmir Glnurne NICHUIUXS Illini IXBATE 40 Franklin St. "Q111'11i11c-I fiom' the lifflc bitter gl'lI1.l1S.U "Nick" entered from Greene Street School, intends to continue at Columbia, and plans to become Z1 druggist. He was Z1 member of the VVriters' Club and Senior Chorus. lfootball is his hobby. RonER'r ALI.1NsoN 23 Bradley St. "A mcm's tl mtzu today." Qkgobby ' gI'Z1i111H1C!1jl011l C - nge St'eet School and in- j,e'i1ds i' 'tudf N ' X?1,l,11.ixqrsity. He fwas i "res nan ,ior . and GyinM'Squad' is Chess and Cheqk. ,?'lubf' Boys' Cle' Club, Menorah Q J ciety, and SC1'lQf!QN1lJI'1l5l Bagkeilgg anlfgotlfan are 15 f -- -SL.J 1l01J1Jl6S.1'-,-- B1QNjA1M1N .los1z1'11 A Mlncosli 211 Lloyd St. jvrizzfvrlr de'2'1'l' I would bc." "Desperate" prepared at Strong School and will become a printer. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club and the Spanish Club. His hobby is printing. iX1.xTT12o RUDol.1'1l .'xV1'1'.X14I.1i 52 Collis St. "The Ill-Offfll' and the fvvsflc are the synzbols of my 1'rade.'i "Charley" entered from Columbus School and intends to continue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He was a member of the Freshman Chorus. Baseball is his hobbv. 157 i C - . -- ., ,fnaam-Buss-vw-e 1 -- -V--vi-7 --.. Ll, ldejiags Qlffig f1192 rifffa Cjliokczis J'Xl.1!ERT liliNli'1'SON 693 Dixwell Ave. "An artist wiflz the brush and comb." "Benny" entered from Ivy Street School. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club. Automobiles and billiards are his hobbies. 3. 'I 4, . it N'Vll.1..1ix1n hlosizrn Boyce QQ Lu 143 NVest St. "rl I 1U3'c'1', dealt, iiijiacfs and words." .-Bill-, I Met e Qre tm-Se1'H'stYl and intends to study la z New or iv .1 '. His hobbies are slatinff ant swiniminff. ' X e ec. J l hlUSEI'11 CixNN.xvAcciUo1.o "l'Vl1o am I?" 'low' was a member of the Athletic Association. l'lARljl.1D ,llJSE1'll C.xsEY 1.35 Grafton St. HTIIFIII rizgiazeers is all prcity much alike." "Case" prepared at St. Francis' School and plans to study electrical engineering at Tufts. He belonged to the Freshman Debating Society and Track Team. Radio is his hobby. L'nixR1.1zs Fimncis L'nixiu.1cs 113 Eastern St. "Then, sudden as iz fiuuze, the blnvlc-1'obed p1'ie.vz'."' "Don Carlo" entered from XVebster School, will einer Holy Cross, and intends to become a priest. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, Sophomore Motto Club, Football Team Q4j, Basketball Team Q4j, Baseball Team 143, and Monitor Squadg and was Captain of the Football Team in his Senior year. His hobby is athletics. rr 1 158 Y 1 ' X.. s + ,ifflararoe fg.eI.a ,fireman jg L11sEk.x'ro l'.v1'R1cK .CL URRI - f '320 Oak St. , HCOIIIU putpz tle es with nlzef' I ' . "Red" cd frodn VVebster School and intends to study ch' uistry. His hobby is boxing. l 4 H,xRol.n llmvmzn CROOQ, -- 424 George St. "Fix on tlzc flilllffvj gon! lfljl fcllfef' "Hal" prepared at XVebster School and intends to be a pharmacist. He was a member of the Freshman Chor- us, Boys' Glee Club QZJ, and lXlcuorah Society. Danc- ing, swimming, and basketball are his hobbies. LEoN-xRu 'l'uoM.xs CUNNIEEN 623 Dixwell Ave. "Pz'fcl1y knot and bcerlzwz .rpIinfe1'." "Leu" entered from Strong School and intends to study forestry at the University of Montana. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Baseball and Hockey Teams. linux IFERDINANIJ Dizlfosciii 794 XViuchester Ave. "Alchemy my forlc shall Ire." I "Al" graduated from L. XVheeler Beecher School and intends to be a chemist. His hobbies are football and boxing. ' I Q V -V' ' ,LL J ff ' ' ' -MJ, 1Xl1e11.xE1, D'ClNiJIfRICJ 101 Greene St. "My dllilflillg days are not yet o'e1'." "Don" prepared at Columbus School and plans to study electrical engineering at Pennsylvania State College. He was a member of the Track Squad. Dancing is his hobby. l e 159 Fw: f- 1 Y '11, 1 - - S f-..- Q S if QF, 12119 7-- :if FRANK FAPPIANO 97 Clinton Ave. "The .s'crrct of true l1'z'ing." "Fap" entered from Strong School and plans to take up the study of mechanical engineering at Carnegie Tech. His hobby is sports. josizrli 1fRANc1s Flxzixixs 67 Carroll St. "--iclions speak louder than words." Ujoshol' prepared at Strong School and will study en- gineering at New York University. He belonged to the Senior Chorus and Spanish Club. His hobby is sports. fXBR.XlI.XM BENNIE Fmuinzucs 688 State St. "PV?SF'Vl'f7fil7llS, pu! up by you and mc." ".eNbie Feinberg" entered from Orange Street School and intends to continue at the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. He was a member of the Freshman and Sen- ior Choruses. Baseball and swimming are his hobbies. l llmuw A.xRoN F1,ixx1nAN 7 South St. "Tile all-scnrrliixzy t'llC1lI1.Sf.H "l"lixy" prepared at YVeb5ter School and plans to study chenlistry at New York University. He was a member of the Menorah Society, Radio Club, and Senior Chorus. Chenlistry is his hobby. josavn ANTnoNv GIANELLI 4 Coe Ave. "Optimism is an iuzwluablc asset." "Gee" entered from Orange Street School and will con- tinue at St. John's Preparatory School and then Harvard. He was a member of the Baseball Squad in his Senior year. Football and swimming are his hobbies. S 160 ,,,, '1r.a.n6?+ f1iex.a., 3Lfenafp Rxvmoxn Wiusuia GLENNON 227 l'ine St. "Ray" graduated from St. Francis' School and plans to take up the study of medicine at Georgetown. Skat- ing is his hobby. BIURRAY Goi.oM.xN, S2 A 654 George St. Murray graduated from Scranton Street School, in- tends to enter Syracuse College, and will follow a business career. He was a member of the Freshman Debating' So- ciety and the Progressive Society. LoRENz AARON H,XI.D 276 Dwight St. "Larry" entered from St. Boniface School. He was U a member of the Athletic Association, and his hobby is radio. "Thr jvleasmit doing of 1mtl11'ng." l MAX Go1.o1zAUM 77 O1-Chard St, "A career-a mrecr is my choice." "Mac" entered from Scranton Street School and intends to study law at.Columbia. He belonged to the Spanish Club, Menorah Society, and Chess and Checker Club. Radio is his hobby. "GOId! Gold! Gold! Gold!" I l Mokuls GUY 7 Baldwin St. "An outdoor man am. I." "Moe" entered from Vtlebster School and plans to at- tend the University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the junior and Senior Choruses, the Pin Committee, Chemistry Club, and Nordau Society. Basketball, swim- ming, and football are his hobbies. "He who worleeflz suicceedetltf 161 i Q - ' fi.GQfiSS g Qi 53931214 l IBERNARIQ EDVVARD PlAl.I.ORAN 25 'l'ownsend St. "You slzall lsnow mc by my curly loclexf' Bernard prepared at Ivy Street School and plans to en- ter Columbia. He was a member of the Freshman Base- ball Team and the Spanish Club. Swimming is his hobby. l GIQURGIQ lfimxcis HIEYER, 09 E 1560 Boulevard "mls 1111111 mmy, lic fozrglzt lzis fight." "'l'anglefoot" prepared at Clinton Avenue School, in- tends to enter the University of Pennsylvania, and will become a dentist. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and the Basketball Team for four years, and was Captain of the Basketball Team in his last year. Dancing and sports are his hobby. Roswml. Hvnis 65 Farren Ave. ' "His interests arc' alscwhe1'e." "Roddy" graduated from XVoodward School and plans to study civil engineering at the University of Pittsburg. Skating and swimming are his hobbies. liDw,xRn Garmnrsiz Kl4:1.l.v . 411 Shelton A-XVQ. "l will defy Ihr e-lc11zf'nt.r, .S1zatrlzfl1glq711'11g from the cz1'1'." to takegl Clegtrncal Storrs. He was lreasui the icity Club. Skating and dancing are lns hobl es. ll - . 'lllllidii cntercclp f'I'Q'lllllWN ntreet School and intends Wn.1.1AM BERNARD KEYES 151 Fillmore St. "He was among us but we knew him not." William prepared at Clinton Avenue School. He was a member of the Athletic Association. A 162 L i nn s ' g if La 've ma f -IoHN -Ios12I'H T.EARY 55 Pearl St. "I follow fl true l'tIHl1Ifj.H 'jack' graduated from Orange Street School, will at- tend Syracuse, and plans to become a doctor. He was a member of the Freshman Chorus and the Track Team 139, Ice-skating is his hobby. T Team. His hobby is sports. XYn.L1.xM BERT LEXTINE 123 Asylum St. "Sfrz'kv up ilzc func'-1'll clz1m'e." "johnny Beckman" entered from Scranton Street School, will attend l'ennsylvania State College, and plans to become a dentist. He was a member of the Freshman Chess Team and the Athletic Association. Basketball and dancing are his hobbies. hobby is soccer. I Bizxjixxiix l.1Psn1i'rz 185 Ferry St. 'Z-I .von of Ncplzlllc, lord of the .YCKLU '1Ben" entered from Strong School and intends to study business at New York University. He was a member of the Sophomore Track Squad, Boys' Glee Club, Menor- ah Society, and Boys' Debating Society. Swimming is his hobby. 163 TnoM.xs l.EoN.xRn 940 Whitney Nve "Keep tlzozz flzy stcadfczsf oaflz "Tom" entered from XVhitneyx1lle School ind intend to be a business man. He was a member of the TTICSTI man Debating Society, Hockey Team Choi us and lraek Team: Sophomore Motto Club, Hoekey 1nd lraek le uns and junior Executive Committee, H1 X and Vars1ty lraek MAX Davin LINER 43 York St "Hr would flea! the amid "Mac" prepared at Vlfebster School and will study he'1t ing engineering at Pratt Institute. He was '1 membei of the Freshman Debating Society 'md Xpparatus leim Sophomore Chorus, Chess and Checker Club boys tilee Club 122, Soccer Team 123, and Menorah SOLlCtV His Wlonx H.xR'rL1zv 1V1ANN Hamden l'il.QLE.:5iS ZQFi?g .1192 ii FRED RIANGLIER 155 Concord St. "In sport I my fvleaszfrc find." Fred graduated from Morris Cove School and plans to enter Dartmouth. He was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore Football 'lSC3.1l1S, the Hockey Team in his second year, and Hi-Y for two years. His hobby is sports. l "O cuckoo! slzczll I roll thee bird?" ".lonnie" prepared at Centerville Grammar School and intends to take up the study of electrical engineering at Lafayette College. His hobby is mountain-climbing. l hV1l.l.1AM LXUGUSTINE NIANNVARE 312 Blatehley Ave. "I go where lzonor rallsf' "Nephew" graduated from Clinton Avenue School and will study dentistry at Tufts. He was a member of the Chess and Checker Club, Boys' Glee Club LZD, and Senior Chorus. Skating is his hobby. C l .Iota 1lI5N.I ,xsiix AIEYERSUN 166 Gilbert Ave. USTUl'lllS round the purple peaks remote." 4"Bozo" entered from Barnard School and will attend Columbia. lle belonged to the Menorah Society CZJ and - Spanish Club. His hobby is swinnning. Liiuov josisi-n 1XIIl.LER 68 Bristol St. "My purpose is serious." "Larry" prepared at Dwight Street School and intends to continue at the University of Southern California with the study of engineering. His hobby is sports. l 164 "'al'lf1-BDE lfwxaz gg 'ug 11.9, Max hlAR'l'lN lVl1l,TER4, A P E 10 Wooding St., Hamden 'iSt't'lII't' I luv! upon lim wave." Max entered from Brooklyn, N. Y. and plans to study medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the lfreshman Motto Club, Chess and Checker Club, Swimming Team CZVJ, Senior Chorus, and Band: and was Secretary of the Herzl Society, Vice-President of the Second Orchestra, a11d a winner of a Safe Chem Set. Swimming is his hobby. L'l'lARl.lES -IUSEPII Nizsnr-x1.E 685 lVinchcstcr Ave "fl good man and fz'11c'." "Dot" prepared at St. Mary's School and plans to en- ter l'ordham. He was a member of the llaseball Team tor three years. Baseball and football are his hobbies. bl mrs .TOSFI H O MF ue x 43 Daggett St. "Au awkward man in tl row." "Jimmie" graduated from Sacred Heart School, will continue at Springfield College, and intends to become an athletic instructor. He was a member of the Freshman Track Team, Cross Country Team, lVrestling Team 135, Track Team 1313, and Football Team QZJ. His hobby is athletics. by is Sports. llakm' IZENJAAIIN l,ET.XXY.XY 170 Henry St. "The steady force of 'zt'1'Il." "l'et" graduated from lvy Street School, will enter Springfield College, and intends to be a physical director. He was a member of the Freshman Football, Basketball, and Baseball Squads: Varsity Football Squad 125, Var- sity llaseball Team 157, Varsity Basketball Squad, and Boys' Glee Club 129. His hobby is sports. 165 Louis l,.'XRRY Okusso 132 ll oostct St "His qw and aim me 9 "Tad" entered from Greene Street School plans to at tend hl. l. T., and will study civil tllslllitflll llis ob -.f -Y ' -,A Il ri - A261216-1528 .2 QF, iggezag 7C 1. ,l.xM12s X'1Nc1aN'1' l'o1z'ro 82 Fulton St. k1'e1'Ic.r,v lllflll Iill his folk was J1'111." "jimn1ie" entered from XVoodward School and will study medicine at Yale. He was a member of the Senior Chorus. Reading and athletics are his hobbies. .iX1.11n1z'1' Rix111',x1'o1z'r 41 Dwight St. "1 filled the woods with my f1111r'." "Rap" prepared at Roger Sherman School and intends to study pharmacy at Columbia. He was a member of the lfreslnnan Orchestra and Chorus: Senior Chorus, l-land, and Orchestra. Swimming is his hobby. FRANK Enwixien RAsc,x'1'1 564 Grand Ave. "alll flzis for 41 S0l1fj." "Kiki" graduated from- Hamilton School. He was a member of the Senior Chorus. His hobby is sports. ll1cRx1.xN Rosm1,xN 68 Sylvan Ave. "Ha 11415 hid his fa1e11t.r." Herman prepared at Avon Avenue School, New jer- sey and intends to take up the study of pharmacy at the Connecticut College of Pharinacy. Jaskethall is his hob- by. aw L' C vi., or FREDERICK I.ERov RCISEN 40 Vernon St. "Ile fig111'f's 011 flQM'l'i7lg.n "Fritz" entered from XVebster School and will study accounting at New York University. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club, Nordau Society, Boys' Glee Club, Progressive Society, and Senior Chorus: and was Secretary of the Nordau Society and of the Boys' Glee Club in his Senior year. Basketball and swimming are his hobbies. 166 l FSQIIADG aura ..'uen.eQf4, DAVID NIICHAEI. SAPEI 2263 XVhitney Ave. "The higlzcst not nmrc high." "Xeno" entered from Centerville School and will con- tinue at Syracuse. He was a member of the Track Team 129, Senior Executive Committee, Spanish Club, and Skat- ing Team. Skating and skiing are his hobbies. lad of 1lIfl'ffIt'.H "Har" entered from Truman Street School and plans to study accounting at New York University. He was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses. liootball and skating are his hobbies. lXl4JRRlS MAX S1IEP.x't'1N 201 Sherman Ave. "Mans Vffjllltlllt bona f1os.s'idcf." "Shep" prepared at XVebster School and intends to study accounting at the University of, Penn ilvania. He was a member of the Freslyjnan Cliorus, Nfibfitl Spciety, and Senior Cliortggfatu-l' vfasviqe-l71'esizle1 t oljflielloys' tilee Club. Basketball is his hclbby. Tnnonoiuz PREs'roN S'rlcKN12v 780 Winchester Ave. 'Tis tl 111031 fHfjF1II'0l1S gauze." "'l'ed" graduated frQn1'lvfy Street School, will enter Dartmouth, apd in ends tm follow a business career. He was ZLjllCl1llTE?1x of tlifdlfreslniiaii Chorus, Sophomore Base- ball 'lleanr Golf 'l:6Zll1lt2l, and Senior Chorus, His hob- t by is golf. PETER S'rR,xwn1NeE' "Lord of l11'msrIf." "Pete" was a member of the Athletic Association. 167 l'l,xm:v Smuck 210 XVinthrop Ave. e23LQ-35: 3 1,5192 :fi JUSEPII lV,xR1.1ax' SWINK, A E K 76 Ivy St. "He werent no saint." "joe" entered from Ivy Street School and plans to study electrical engineering at Randolph Macon. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club. His hobby is house-parties. L l'iRlEDllRlCK U'r'ro Yoonnrrz 32 Pearl St. "1 am .raddesr fzulzen I play." "Otto" graduated from Orange Street School and in- tends to study music at the Yale School of Music. He was a member of the Freshman Hockey Squad and the Swim- ming Squad 421. Pocket billiards is his hobby, l PIYMAN XVEISSBERG Sherman Ave. student, he, and a good one." "Hy" entered from Orange Street School, will attend New York University, and plans to become a writer. He belonged to the VVriters' Club and Spanish Club, and re- ceived honors in his junior year. Baseball and skating are his hobbies. lhcRN.xRD vl0SEl'l'I XYINN 4 838 Forest Rd. "Bc swift to ru " "Bernie" prepared at Ed' Avenue School and will enter Syracuse. H , a member of the Freshman Track Team, Yarsi . ack Team CCH, Cross Country Team 123, and Hi-X. Track is his hobby. W f ix f 1- b! c 1 168 I ,3g .a e 3h S La, -f i g ERB: Girlz' Nlxiuox f.X'l'llliRlNE BARRY 214 Kneelanrl Road "Her .steps are of light," "leiabe" graduated from Sacred Heart School and will take up designing at the Yale Art School. She belonged to 'l'ri-Y, the ul. Nl. l'. Reading Circle, and Athletic As- sociation. Stage dancing' is her hobby. .Xmcic l2l.1z.xisE'l'H lilEIECllER Xvoodbridge, Conn. "l7lo'zuw'.v, that their guy wurdrulfc wear." "Bud" came from Davis Street School. She belonged to the Athletic Association and Senior Chorus. Her hobby is flower gardens. Manual anh Svrivntitir Glnurav ,'XI.lt'li l.iNNic.x .-Xxnlziesox 46 Augur St. "There must be a man IIFIII-Htl' ll book." ".Xl" entered from Clinton Avenue School and will con- tinue at Normal School. Reading is her hobby. N.xRrsLr121u'1'E lllETA BEAN North Branford, Conn. "High M'li0ll7lffl1'llS are a fCl'II.IIfj.H "Honey" prepared at North Branford School and will take up nursing at Meriden. She was a member of the .Xthletic Association, Tri-Y, and Hiking Club. Skating is her hobby. l 69 5 . .. .W ...., ,, .FV F,w,,n, flfifis -f - ,iifg 'ifliggiz--il CATIIICRINE ANNE Bm.r.MoRR 29 Canner St. "To clllzsc the golden lzozlrs with flying feet." "Kitty Ann" prepared at Xvorthington Hooker School and will lmecome a teacher. Dancing is her hohhy. l RUTH Nl.fxRc:A1u2'r HEECIIER Rimmon Road, XVoodbridge "Life is short and arf ix long." "Chippy" graduated from Davis Street School and will study painting. She was the winner of the third prize in the Community Chest Poster Contest and was a mem- lrer of the Picture Clulm. Painting is her holmhy. Rurn M,x'rml.n.-x llmuzlzk, 109-Central Ave., Spring Glen. "Music doth all our joys refine." "Babe" graduated from Dixwell Avenue School and will take up music at Atlantic Union College and the Yale School of Music. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruses. ller hohhy is music. l2r.1z.xNoR A. B1'r'rER1.1cK, E N 2. 56 Avon St. "Her pcllcfl was slrilrilzy, rvsisflms, and grand." "Bitter" graduated from XVorthington Hooker School and is planning to continue at Yale Art School. She be- longed to the Freshman Debating Society, Tri-Y, -I. M. P. Reading Circle, llillhouse Players, Class Book liditorial Board, Class Gift Committee, and Senior Chorus. She was winner of the tirst prize in the Community Chest l Poster Contest. Her holnlmy is drawing. iiI,ANL'IlIi liLlc,xNoR BODXVELL 45 Lombard St. Hfillfll slcilllv cz joy to anyone." Blanche entered from Clinton Avenue School and will take up teaching at Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Motto Clulm, the Motto Committee, and Class Pin Committee. 170 1 fef'v.n.ne P 'Lenz ,if cj? 22 -i Iicmiccniiv Cul 1-BEM. CU'l"l'lNll 827 Whitney Ave. 'Kimi Mm' flip hills and far lI7UlILV.U "Dot" g'l'E1Cl1lZl'fCfl irmn XVrn'thington llonker School :Incl will continue at the Yale School of Nursing. She was a ineniherof the l?TCSlll1l1ll1 Cl10I'llS. Hiking :inrl swimming are her hohhics. ,'XR'i'iiUmNic l.1l.1.i.xN lDom.l'r'i'l.1z 38 Wcmmliiig St. Ullrmkx, thc t'flI'lllll't'1I of flu' l7l'lYI.lI." "Renee" entered from llixwcll .Nvenue hlllllllll' High School :tml will hccmne ll wtcnugraplier. She helongccl tn the lfreshmzin Clifrrns :lnrl :Xthletic .fXssociatiun. Rend- ing is her huhhy. liluxlws RUTH Ci.xr.i2 530 Newhall St., XVhitncyvillc "Sim rcrfverx I1IillIl2lAl'.H "l.z1llic" grzirluaterl ircnn llutnzun Avenue School :incl will continue :lt NOI'I1'lZll School. She was Z1 memher of thc l:l'CSllI11Zlll :incl Senior Clioruses, 'l'ri-Y, Hillhousc Vlziyers, Class l'icture Committee, :incl Athletic Associa- tion. Dancing is hcr llfllllly. lli.i.icN Klum' ll.-xNn.xll,xN 27 llztrcl St. "ln U flzffflf fllzzfiisfic roimdf' "Peg" entered frcnn l.. Xllheelcr Beecher School and will take up office work. She was a inemhcr nl' the Ath- letic .-Xssuciation. llcr huhhy is dancing. l.iwR,x l'l.XRlDY 22 Exchange St. "l-'rH'l silfvrmiii' .vfnlr ll l'r'frr11ifz'." "Lee" prcpzircrl :lt Strong School and plans to study ccnnim-rcial art at Howard University. She helongecl to the Athletic .'Xssociz1tion, Seninr flioriis, ancl Picture Club. Drawing is her hohhy. 171 l ,,, . . E , :ll AA ? , A--... . iJ?li1?',-SCS S he Qflii i119-?Z-:ee lll ll DRED PIEYWARD n.qllI'lll'4' giwx rm1.vm11'." Mildred was a member of the Athletic Association. lor. lfnlru KAPLAN 56 Frank St. H.'lll0lllC'l' lzrgiux, and carlz. merrily goes." Ida entered from Truman Street School and will con- tinue at Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus, French Club QSophomore yearj, I. M. P. Read- ing Circle, and Athletic Association. Dancing is her hob- by. l,Il.l,1.xN KIEVMAN 205 Ashmun St. "I'Il lmrfc' 11. Mug." "Libby" entered from Ivy Street School and will at- tend Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman Hik- ing and Glee Clubs. Dancing, swimming, and singing are her hobbies. lC1.1z.xnI2'1'11 ROBBINS INZNIGHT 33 Frank St., East Haven "Sfwmls to the mrflz, and it shall teach thee." "Libhie" prepared at Union School, East Haven, and will take up teaching. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruscs. Teaching is her hobby. ilURfVl'llY lXl.xRo.xRE'r NlAIIlER 23 Market St. "Her twice, flu' nzusic of the .v11lze'rcs." "Dot" entered from St. Francis and will become a nurse. She was a member of the Freshman, Sophomore, and Sen- ior Chorusesg and Italian Club. She also belonged to the Athletic Association. Swimming is her hobby. 172 l e w e 1 E t me -e x 556281 M1LnRnD liLiNoR MATTHEsoN 1089 Dixwell Ave. "1it'cny age has its book." "Millie" graduated from Dixwell Avenue junior High School. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Lfhoruses, Athletic Association, and Senior Prom Com- mittee. Reading is her hobby. MADIQLINE RIERLIS 56 Gilbert Ave. If ' 1' Let uw sing cz szzatzzmw' song. "Mindel" prepared at Scranton Street School and will follow the teaching profession. She was a member of the Freshman and Senior Choruses, and the Sophomore and junior Glee Clubs. She also belonged to the Athletic Association. Piano playing is her hobby. Mitmcnn Ifimxclas lXIONi9lI.l.U 213 Portsea St. "Yea, 1'lIllSl.l' is the jvr0pl1Cf's art." "Blilliel' entered from lfrince Street School and will take up stenography at Larson Secretarial School. She belonged to the French Club, M. P. Reading Circle, lireshman Chorus, and Athletic Association. Music is her hobby. l.lNA RACHEL PARREILA 241 Forbes Ave. "Say, I tauglzf iliac." Lina prepared at Columbus School and will become a teacher. She belonged to the Athletic Association, Read- ing is her hobby. xY1l.IIEI,lXlIN,X l3.xiusixR.x IQIPPE 1794 VVhitney Ave. Ubilffll stvcct cowfwzlsiou doth in music lie." if f "XVillie" g' Ijlclxitftecl l'l3Blll itneyville School and will study inter' i l'fl.bd0l'Htl1ll "'iLt5S!'l'att Institute. She belonged to the Fres ian Choryiffffi l Tri-Y. Music is her hobby. iw ' 173 ---, W - 4 Y -I i M +Q,fLi'SQS-i QE 4192 1,14 A N tzizti Nix lX1ARlE S.x1.v,x'roiu2 ANNA UIANE S.xNsoNE 133 Hillside Ave. "Hera, thou, g1'eat.111mu." "Ann" entered from XVoodward .Avenue School and will take up nursing at the Meriden Hospital. She was a member of the Athletic Association and Picture Club. Swimming is her hobby. llxziai. l2ST1iI.l.A S1iUs'r15R is her hobby. . Oc'r.xv1,x l2RN12sTiNE 'l'AvLoR 251 Coffe St. "The HllISft'l' stroke is still her part." "Bunny" entered from Dwight Street School and will take up nursing at the Lincoln Hospital, New York. She belonged to the Athletic Association, Senior Chorus. Pic- ture Club, and Home Decoration Class. Skating is her hobby. fll.lVE DoRoTuv 'l'AvLoR 174 234 james St. "Thr twig is .ro vcisily bendcdf' "Angie" came from Strong School and will prepare for the teaching profession at Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman and Senior Choruses, Italian Club QZQ, and Athletic Association. Swimming is her hobby. 1235 State St. "And nzusir too-dear music." Hazel graduated from Lovell Street School and will enter Normal School to take up teaching. She belonged to the Athletic Association and Senior Chorus. Music 31 Fairmont Ave. "Art still has truth, take refuge there." Olive prepared at Colonial Park School, VVest Haven, and will become a nurse. 'She belonged to the Athletic Association and Picture Club. Art is her hobby. - , fgwane s3'u:x.af: 2. .ju 12.15.235 lil.E.XNUR 'l'oR'roR,x 228 l'ine St. "Laces die, books ll?Z'L'I'.', t'Nora" enterctl from Clinton Avenue School and will take up teaching at Normal School. She belonged to the .-Xthletic Association, Italian 'Club, anml -l. Nl. l'. Rezuling Circle. Reading' is her hobby. l li1.E.xNo1z -lUSIi1'11lNli VAN Goin' 75 Dickerman St. "All passes, --lr! alone c1zdu1'1'ng." "Sunny" graduated from Dwight Street School and will take up nursing at the lfreechnan Hospital in XVasliing'ton, ll C. She was a member of the JXthletic .fXssociation, Sen- ior Chorus, and Picture Club. Collecting pictures is her hobby. EMMA Dokis XYENDRICK, 01 P 25 Beacon Sl., llznnrlen "I sate lzcr af iz t'0llllf1'j' bull." Emma came from Dixwell Avenue School, She be- longecl to the Sophomore Motto Club ancl Athletic :Xs- soeiatlon. Dancing' is her hobby. M,xUnia XYll.l.liXlN'lS 1824 Vtfhitney Ave. UIJZFIISIIITS are fwfr in our h'lIlltI'S or eyes." Maucle gracluategl from Ivy Street School and will take up . lnography. first year 'he was in the Tennis Tour was a niewjzen hi the Chorus and Vol- leyb"l Squarl. I Slieibgffrfged to the French Club her Sophomore yejkfr' She was also a member of the hlunior ancl Senior Executive Committees. rl. M. l'. Rezuling Circle. Class Day Committee, and Senior Chorus. Swimming C and tennis are her hobbies. AlARjURlE FRANc1Qs Y.xEo12R 349 lX'liclclletown .Xve. H.?llllSI't' ix the fmvfry of the air," "Marge" graduated from Clinton Avenue School ancl will continue at Normal School. She belonged to the Freshman Chorus and Athletic Association. Music is her hobby. 175 --.. in, ' - ,, , ,eh V L Y .., W- lemss ee QFv use ff? 'Huge' manual Glnurae Roy Josarn :XI,I.,x1R1-I 2831 Dixwell Ave, "Be lion-mettfd, proud." "joe" prepared at Centerville School. He was a mem- lmcr of the Athletic Associatioii. l DoNAi.D BRADLEY "Steady of heart and stout of hand." Donald was a member of the Athletic Association. STEVEN l'iRlfS'l' 107 Kensington St. "l3esz'a'e tlzc lake I pitch my tent." "Steve" gracluatefl from Lincoln School, Southington zuul plans to enter Storrs College. He was a member of the Swimming Team for two years and the Senior Chorus. Vznnping is his liohhy. l hlosmfll lfmvixko CAVANAUGH 21 Clark St. "Elly interests are diztersef' "Slow" entered from Ivy Street School and intends to stucly electrical engineering at Pratt Institute. He was a member of the Senior Chorus, and Vice-President of the Electricity Club. Dancing, skating, and football are his hobbies. l 176 eivane ig1gx..e.,QT,fl 3 gut M1r.ToN JEROME CRowLEv 22 Dickerman St. "Fair is foul and foul is fairf' "Milt" entered from Dwight Street School and will continue at Columbia University, taking up mechanical engineering. He was a member of the Freshman Base- ball Team. His hobby is baseball. l l AsQUAi.E FRANK Esvosrro Mount Carmel "Beware 1110 fury of ri fvafieut man." "Pat" prepared at Centerville Grammar School and in- tends to study mechanical engineering at Northeastern University. He was a member of the Freslnnan Baseball Team. Basketball is his hobby. jAMEs .-Xmsorr l'A1R, jr. 30 Ellsworth Ave. 'Z-Ina' the forest rclzoex rIc'rzrly." "lN'hitie" entered from Barnard School and plans to take up the study ot forestry at the Connecticut Agricul- tural College. Basketball is his hobby. RAYMOND TWICHAEL FARINA 365 Burr St., East Haven "lfI"e'll reap thc teeming waters." "lcee" prepared at Gerrish Avenue School and will study electrical engineering at Pratt Institute. He was a member of the Rifle Club and Electricity Club. Hunt- ing, hshing, and skating are his hobbies. .Ions JOSEPH I11sTA 70 Jewell St. "Pine-trees show their fires." "Pop" entered from L. Wheeler Beecher School and intends to study forestry at the Connecticut Agricultural College. He was a member of the Freshman Baseball Team, Sophomore Midget Baseball Team, Varsity Hockey Team, and Electricity Club. Baseball is his hobby. 177 'l. L CL-HSS' f Qfjiiefi 19 3 if- g RAYMOND JOSEPH FITZGERALD 77 Cedar Hill Ave. "On flzeywatcr as an th land. ' . Q - fi- . "FitzyQ' Qrepared V l!QY.E2ll'Stcliool and will study elec- trica,1 e K neering at Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology. ' Was Secretary of the Electricity Club. Swim- ming is his hobby. X, hloslzru W'1l.l.1.x M F1.Acsc:E 18 Ure Ave., East Haven "A Sportsman bold." "joe" entered from St. john's School and plans to study engineering at Pratt Institute. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club and Senior Chorus. Football is his hobby. Howixku Gaokoxz FRANK 81 Dodge Ave., East Haven "I heard the owls ,vvrranz and ilzc vriclevtr fry," 'tHowie" prepared at Union Grammar School, East Haven. He was a member of the Swimming Team in his Senior year. Camping is his hobby. lHoMAs josizi 11 GALLIGAN 16 Anderson St. "Hzn'ral1 I thc .rearward breezes." "Tomm l' 0'r'1duated from Wortliiiigton Hooker School Y b ' . . 2 ' intends to enter the University of Mlchlgan, and will be- come a journalist. He was a member of the Freshman and junior Orchestras and the Electricity Club. Swim- ming' is his bobby. VVARREN E. GEDNEY R. F. D. No 3, North Branford "New honors came upon him." "Red" entered from North Branford Grammar School and plans to study forestry at the Connecticut Agricultur- al College. He was a member of the Class Pin and Class Gift Committees, and was President of the Electricity Club. Reading is his hobby. 178 Q .ero s .La cg .i i Arenal LoU1s EVERETT GUNDELSHEIMER 112 XVhalley Ave. . "Wlzat's in a name?" "Gundel" prepared at Dwight Street School and intends to study engineering at Storrs College. He was a mem- ber of the Senior Chorus and Electricity Club. Machin- ery is his hobby, RALPH 1-IELGE 1'iANSON Nm-tliffirfl "If we were only what we think tue arcf' "Handsome" entered from Northford Grammar School and plans to be a draftsman. He was a member of the Electricity Club and Senior Chorus. Skating is his hob- bv X'ICTOR .ARTHUR jixcxsox 172 Beacon Avenue "'Slr1'kc fllI't'Cij'0llil'c' 0l1li,' Ihr' l!llIf7Iil'6' .YtIl.d.H "Vic" graduated from Woodward School and plans to be an electrical engineer. He was a member of the Elec- tricity Club, Senior Executive Committee, Motto Commit- tee, and Class Day Committee. His hobby is baseball. CARL HENRY Kxou, 1448 Vtfhalley Ave. "Tile 111-aplcs bmzdiizg 0'Cl' flzf gate." Carl entered from NVebster School and intends to take up the study of forestry at Storrs College. He was 21 member of the Electricity Club and Senior Chorus. Fores- try is his hobby. WILLIAM josEPH LYoN R. F. D. No. 2, North Branford "The coarse mcclzauic wsfzfre 'w0rc'." "Bill" entered from North Branford Grammar School and intends to be an automobile mechanic. He was a mem- ber of the Electricity Club. Baseball is his hobby. 179 1 s:fs,Cl4tfSfS iQ Qffga fi193 flee THOMAS MARCARELl.I STANLEY Moucux, A I E 89 Clinton Ave. "Dvz'0fim1., jmfiezzce, courage, f0l'fl'lIlfl6'.H "Stan" entered from Strong School and intends to con- tinue at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. He was a member of the Freshman Basketball Team, Sen- ior Chorus, and Monitor Squadg was Treasurer of the -lunior and Senior classes, Vice-President of the School Circle, and Chairman of the Senior Executive Committee. lce-skating is his hobby. l JOSEPH FREDERICK NE'f1' 65 County St. "Still aclzieving, still pursuing." "Tom" graduated from Dwight Street School and will become a cartoonist. Basketball is his hobby. 129 Ashmun St. l'f07Je's very tlzimderbcwlt I liurlf' "Joe" entered from Ivy Street School and intends to EKIERY NoRM AND 'My purpose is serious." Emery was a member of the Athletic Association. study electrical engineering at New York University. He was a member of the Class Picture Committee and Electri- city Club. Electricity is his hobby. f Lug. S CARL MALCOLM PETERSON 47 Avon St. "While firmer ice the eager boy awc11'1'.v." "Pete,' prepared at Worthington Hooker School and will take up electricity at Pratt Institute. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Football, Basketball, and Baseball Teamsg Advanced Apparatus Squad, Grchestra C3j, Elec- tricity Club, and Senior Chorus. Dancing and skating are his hobbies. 180 ii7E'UfF1DG ii ggrxaa as 'vena XVAIJTER CARI. PETERSON 80 Gregory St "A good man and true." "Pt e e" entered from Ivy Street School and will be an electrical engineer. He was a member of the Senior Cho- rus and the Electricity Club. His hobby is radio. XYILLIAM RrcH,xRo SHIELDS 29 Watson St. "Bill" prepared at Ivy Street School and will be a draftsman. His hobby is radio. "Mnd0stAv is 1llt'l'if.J" STANLEY EDWARD Scnworow 31 Linden St. frW6lIk-7K'i71gCd is song." "Stan" prepared at Vtforthington Hooker School and plans to study electrical engineering at Pratt Institute. He was a member of Hi-Y QZQ, the Senior Orchestra QZJ, and Electricity Clubg and was President of the Band in his Senior year. Music is his hobby. CURT1s ENl-oE SMITH 173 Lexington Ave. h "The smftlz cz mighty man was lm." "Smitty" graduated from Barnard School and intends to study electricity at M. I. T. He was a member of the Football Team and the Electricity Club in his Senior year. Drafting and sports are his hobbies. JOSEPH EDVVARD SMITH 37 Grant St. "Calming the Iighitnfzfngf' "Joe" prepared at Truman Street School and intends to take up the study of electrical engineering at Pratt In- stitute. He was a member of the Wrestling Team, Senior Chorus, and Electricity Club. Reading is his hobby. 181 -, V - -.- K ,E lp Y -1 -M ..- - - f 2 . , A 4551515 2 QFS is g11927f It FREDERICK CHARLES THoMAs Wloodbridge "Still onward ch-eerily drizfingf' "Fritz" entered from Dwight Street School and will study electrical engineering at Pratt Institute. Automo- bile driving is his hobby. .ALVIN IRA TuoMPsoN North Branford "Strcfrl1es, for leagues cmd leagues, the 1u'ire." "Al" prepared at North Branford Grammar School and will follow the telephone business. He was a mem- ber of the Electricity Club. His hobby is radio. l KENNETII EDWARD VVOODING 656 Quinnipiac Ave "O, star-eyed science." countant. His hobby is radio. GEoR4.:E VVILLIAM XYOUNGERMAN 139 Tyler St. "All's well that ends well." "Rushin' George" graduated from East Haven Gram- mar School and intends to take up the study of civil en- gineering at Lehigh University. He was a member of the Freshman Tumbling Team, Sophomore Exhibition Team, Varsity Hockey Team QZD, Chemistry Club, Swim- ming Squad, and Senior Chorus. Hockey and skating are his hobbies. W e-2-'1'a115'i'. ---v H .5-'fvzuzv-,.-11 ' , " 'Y' ' ' - "' Viiiiff-:?.:i ffblrle-i1'5-ifii' .. wi T 455' ji, " grgfffuiieg ' ' il 'e ,figzf ,,-.11 Hx h " , 1" ' ' gag - .,' , , ff a- ,-.:,- Uv. Q" '-in-1 A -' :ff ' yt- 2- - : V , H ' " 'JL Y,f 4. n .g , . ' . 4 ff Ivfslflift' '7 182 "Ken" entered from Strong School and will be an ac- ,fff..., 15 m W 1 1. ,- -, T 3,,,GLf1SS5E 0Fg -if 41921 3 184 l j V E a +. s are sei oj1.7eRfHfJ f Svrhnnl Glirrle JOHN IQIIVIBERLY . President STANLEY MoRr:AN . Vice-P1'cside11t M 1 NERVA Amzoxsox . Edward Adams Charles Alhom Norma Andrew Stuart Andrews Esther Beckley Ruth Beckley VYilliam Beehe Bradford Bidwell john llraslin Susan Brockett Donald Brown Ruth Clapp Arthur Clark Lester Clawson Morris Cohen Thomas Creighton Donald Eldridge Edward Fitzgerald Irma Flynn Sawnie Gaston Virginia Harte M 6'-1'11l1c'rs 185 Alfred Haynes Bernice Hughson Bernadette Hugo Betty Ives Edward -lohnson john joy Dorothea Lederer Frances Lynch Frank McGuire james Murphy Herbert Norman Helen O'Brien jerry O'Connor janet Platt Mason Record Louis Reichel Marvin Resnikoff Milton Rice Richard VVeigle Barbara Yerxa NVilliam Yolen Sevrefar-x f-in 1 RQGQJS' QE 5Q:192 7 Srtuhent Glnnnril SixwN1E GASTUN ..... I reszdcnt NIASUN T. RECORD , I ue President FRANCES LYNCH , . . .Smnlarx Alfred Haynes Stuart Andrews Marvin Resnikrmff iiiCElllOl' Hoyt Robert Beach Senior ,?ill'I1II7t'VS Junior i7iff'III4I7t'I'.S' Snfvliomorv i7iIc'lll17L'7'S Robert Stock Freslznmn Members 186 liarliara Ycrxa Milton Rice VViIliam Yolen Vera Kearsley Charles Devine 'H 1 'wwei ffg,,'wr1.a,- 1 -EVEPCH lixvrutiue Enarh STXNI EY NIORGAN CIIHIINMIH Minerva Aaronson Norma Andrew Esther Beckley Ruth Beckley Ruth Clapp Tlioinas Creigliton Edward lfitzgeralcl Bernice Huglison Victor Jackson llfcizzlzws 187 Edward johnson Edward Kelly Russell Perkins Louis Reicliel Roger XYatr0us Harrison XVeed Maude Wlilliains Lena Xllulff Barbara Yerxa ,, -N ,:,,,1,, k ,L V , , FQQQS QF1 jig5lT19 3 7 188 -..- ,wane ? L'if:La2: ,Irie :asf 1 !JHnnitnr Svquah .IOHN lX1MBERl.Y . . Marshal uz Clue BARB ue x YYERXA Tet 1 atm 5 Minerva Aaronson Edward Adams Charles Albom Celia Andrews Esther Beckley Ruth Beckley XVillia1n Beebe Bradford Bidwell john Braslin Donald Brown Edward Burritt Herman Cherman Ruth Clapp Morris Cohen Thomas Creighton John Dyer Donald Eldridge Edward Fitzgerald Irma Flynn Sawnie Gaston Norman Godfried Olive Graves Alfred Haynes Bernadette Hugo Betty Ives Jllcmbcrs 189 Edward Johnson john Joy john Kelleher Paul Kennedy Dorothea Lederer Frances Lynch Frank McGuire Kathleen McKenzie Helene Moore Stanley Morgan James Murphy Constance Needham Herbert Norman Janet Platt Mason Record Louis Reichel Norman Sampson Elizabeth Scanlon Ernest Tennyson Eleanor Tullock Raymond Verwholt Harrison Weed Richard Weigle Kingston Wilcox Barbara Yerxa iGLg3-,SS ET Qrffifi 53192 ij Hrnmvnahe Qlnmmittrv l"R.xNK x1CUUIRIi . ClZUl'l'HlCHl C'0111111NiHr'r XYi11if1'ccl Cl12lIllIJCI'l?lil1 Louis Reichel Allan Kcnflrick David Sthwartzman Nilclred Matthcsrm joseph Storlazzi 190 L iwz e E 'lem ,ra g g1fePfHE Gilman Hin Qlnmmittre DONALD E1r.muDGE . . . Clzczzrnmzz 6.1111111111-ffl? Blanche Bodwell XVarren Geclney Edward Burritt Morris Guy VValter Carlson ' Betty Lyman Edwin O'Iirien 191 P55515 QFTQE 51:19 ? 7 - Sveninr Svnrial Glnmmittrv FRANK BICGUIRFL . C.llClZ'l"M"lft17'l Comuriftee Edward Adams f Allan Kendrick Bernice Hughsfm Barbara Yerxa 192 -, Y J, A ix ?jQl!'ADE was ,gg granny ig Gilman Bag Glnmmitter RICHARD XVI-IIGLE . Clzairmau 610111-1l1ifff'6 Minerva A-Xaronson Gorflmm NIacMaster Ilernaclette Hugo Herbert Norman Yictor jackson Maude VVilliams 193 'l GL'BfS'S+ QFfag,i 611193 ii 61112155 Gift Glnmmittrr EDWARD ADAMS . Clzairman C0111.1111'ftr'v lilezmor Bitterlick XVarren Gcclney john Braslin liclythe Stcphson Morris Cohen Stephen NVilchynski 194 e ifwane gigxla i jfenfrafz Olleuw Qllllnttn Glnmmittrr CHARLES AALBOM . . Chairman Committee Blanche Bodwell Victor Jackson john K. Dyer Dorothea Lederer Walter Gallagher Janyce Pickett Charles Zipperman ' of "lf V LU lu . , 195 1 'lf , -P . gvl, 1 Y -., i0lA2,lS'S' Z QFQ 1219.2 1-2.1 Ollafm lgirturr Glnmmittev RUTH BECKIFX . . Chairman C'011 zm1'tfce Esther Beckley john Kimberly Gladys Gale joseph Nett Ifclwzml .l0hl'lSOI1 Kingston VVilcox 196 URGEWIZHTIUNS 29' fr' .,o':f'I6:2, HW ' 'o , W, I O. 1 3,1 . 5' lj' ll I ,l, ' 1 iTl,f?RQ3553 ,, 1:1192 fe Srntinvl iihitnrial Euarh Rlelrxlm IJ. XX1a1f:l.l2 . NIASUN T. RIECURIJ NORMAN I. UUIJFRIEIJ IUHN M. lux' . CHARLES IXLBOM FRANCES l.YNc'11 . Minerva .-Xarfmsml 'INIIOINHS K,.l'Gigl1IOl1 Llolm Dyer Iiclward Falsey Clare Hargrove Austin Harmon llernadette Hugo Senior .Uezizlnvrx Morris 'Pager 198 . Cilllll-l'lIl4i1l1 .-lsxistazlf Iidifnr . fl.vsistuntEditor . Sfvorfs Editor .'fIS.YffjIIllIl'llf Editor . C'0111jwz'if1'011 Editor liclward Johnson Max Miller Eleanor Markham Constance Needham Iiclwin O'l3rien Charles Sclmelle .Xlicc Sutorius i1?QfU2F2DG 5 fyg x.1s,,fg if jLrenmg3ig Svntinel Ifiuuinwz Ildnarh C. BRADIPURIJ H1mx'12l.L 1?1f.v1'11msMmzager DIHHN K1 m xalculx . .'1tf'Z'Cl'l'l.XfI1fj Manager ,'1x.f0r'ic1lr1x' Morris Colurn Iilanclmc fiolclstcin Ada Colclstein ,lames Murphy 199 Y ' .l li' ' V gi, V ,, -- - e1Q!1Lf.1.QSi 2 QE 2319? ffl Qillhnnme lglagvrz NVIESIJ-:Y 'l'kI2M1'i-:R . 1,I'C'.YI'dL'l1f l.l20N.-XRD Ckoinnz . I'1'm-l'1'ex1'fiw1f lisrnicu liicc'i41,iaY . . Sl't'7'l'ftIl'.X' WINIFRIQU CHA MRERIAI N. Trcuszirvr Senior ll'l'mrIn'1's Barbara Ilancler Ruth Beckley Dorothy Bishop Charlotle Brooks Arlene llickerman Nina De Marco NValter Forfl Lillian Freeman 200 Fannie Uallucci joseph Gnerston Cilzulys Gale lllarjorie Hutt Ruth MacQuarrie Elizahetli Moyle David Ring Victor Sheronas F' 'UELEP4' ,'UEPc9.:?Q ignrk Square lglagma ss I':I.l'RIEll,X Yarns . lJl't'.S'I.!I7t'1lf .1ft'Ill17t'l'.V Iisthcr Beckley lxormard f'.I'llIUiC Ruth Beckley David Ring VViuifred L'I1:nnl1c1'lain Victor Sheronas Helyn Curpcr XYQSIQ' ,l'1'CINlJCI' 201 -1. ' -K. QQ1 ' i A,- iiGL41,fSgSi+ a QE Qlwaff . i kg Ahuisanrg Baath nf igillhnuav lilagvrz XVESLEY TREM PER l,1auN.xlm L Rimini: ESTHER BECKLEY . VVINIFRED CHAIN! isE1z1.,x1N . Ftlfl M iss ifl.l'RIEIJ,X Yuus . Mfmbrrs Barbara Bandcr David Ring Ruth Beckley Victor SilCI'0DZ1S 202 I 'fw- :li President I7l'c".YI.dl'Ilf Secretary Treasurer 5' .-'1z1'fi'i.s'm' iflf4F1IDE -i Q 1151.13.75 'Ute 116:53 Ei-15 Olahinvi XY1L1.1AM BEEHE . Presz'dc'1zt Rumen: XY.X'l'liUl,'S I'1'm'-l'l'ex1'riva1f Iilcxxmmm l!ru,1.x1.xx . . St'1'l't'ftIl'-V EDWARD 'Lxcxsux . Treasurer Nmrlzbws C. Bradford Bidwell NUTINEIII 53111135011 Francis Ierardi Ernest Tennyson john K. Dyer Harrison VVeed 203 .-Y', L ,, ,CLfQf33 i Q 19 1? 7 204 'wane fQgI.a,,, i,'1feJ?fraf Sveninr Irianglr nf Cilri-13 IANLT Pl..xT'1' . . Preszdent HFLENF ll'IO0RE View-Preszdvnt L xi Hl'Rl NE S'l'EIEl.IC . . .S Cl 1 Marx DoRo1HE,x lacolsurzn Trec151l1'CV il 7 0111.12 ers M aybelle Anrlersm an Helen Armellin Esther Beckley Ruth Beckley Ethel Beers Dorothy Bishop Charlotte Brooks Margaret Corbett Esther Dahlberg Betty Ellenherger Norma Farnham Irma Flynn Gladys Gale Rebecca Gillespie Ada Goldstein Blanche Goldstein Lydia Hand Agnes Healy Dorothea Hilrlreth 205 Adele Hillman Dorothy Hotton Marion Hotton Eleanor Kajok Catherine Kalinoski Catherine Kane Anahel Linsley Frances Lynch Kathleen McKenzie Grace, Miller Mary Palmieri Louise Petrelli Anna Scully Mary Sheehan Claire Skelly Alice Sutorius Miriam Thompson Mary Treat Barbara Yerxa aleaags i192 'free l illllennrah Svnrietg H ARRY Simian. . MILTON ALBERT . EDITH BRowNs'riziN . BETTY LANDMAN . Celia Alderman Nathan Bassett Simon Dorf Frances Fischer Harry Flaxinan Harry Green Nellie Greenlicmse Lillian lflucles lrving Kliger jack Liebman M Rmb ers 206 . President Vice-President . Secretary Tifeasmfcr Max Liner Beatrice Lipshitz Benjamin Lipsliitz Harry Lipsliitz Herman Roseniield Lillian Rosoff Samuel Rumanoff Ruth Schapiro Morris Shepatin Ida Weinsteiii aeidvane i 5gi,il5IA,f: L'll-EPAZE iiillhnnae illilie Glluh PAUL lilzxxfeny . RICHARD B,Xll.EY MAX MIl,LER . RUSSELI. PERKINS . Mem-bars Jack Crockett Theodore Keller john Enscoe john Kennedy Robert Heermance joseph Walden 207 1Jl'F.Yl.dFllf . V1'r'c-P1'0s1'dc1zf Manager T7't'USlH'C'l' -..- claggsfsw ef QF5 QL192 LIE Svpaniah Gllnh UIIN Dx R . Presiden! NI X ook:-2 Vice'-President RX Xisxric . . Secretary Dm XRD BURRITT . . Treasmfer Katherine Abeshouse Minnie Bailey Ann Balsys Milton Beecher Dorothy Bishop Charlotte Brooks George Buller Florence Burr VVilliam Carhone Louis Garber Sawnie Gaston Max Golflbaum Sara Golden Eva Krahl Frank McGuinness Sara Moore joseph Myerson Mathilcle 0'Connor William Perlroth Eugene Rosazza Samuel Rumanoff Fannie Sigle gwane if iiecxla c iguenaf ilanet HH. Hurhur livahing Olirrlr L XlIII'Rl'YIC Kxxxc ......... I lf'NIdlIIf I XII FY CLUI2S'l'UN . IIIACF-I It il I I II 1 1 XN FREEAIIAN . . . Svmetarx X IRI INI x SUI.1.1x'.xN . . . T1 carzuei i7l'I6l1l-bC7'S Sonia Alpert Gladys Balka Barbara llander Agnes Brandon Marion llrennan Mary Capala Lillian Chaikind Helen Connor Marion Cordrey hf'l31'y Coy jane Cronan Eileen Dunn Jennie Fusco Gertrude Gans Elizabeth Gillepsie Rebecca Gillespie Irene Ginty Helen Goldbaum Frances Goldberg Ada Goldstein Blanche Goldstein Esther Greenhouse Dorothy Hotton Edna Zimmerman 209 Marion I-lotton Hannah Huhelhank Frances Jacobson Eleanor Kajok Enid Kircaldie Bessie Landman Clara Lehnert Sarah Levy Harriett MacArthur Roberta MacArthur VVinifred Marvin Mathilde O'Connor Gladys Olsen Irma Reader Gladys Ruskin Pauline Schili' Bernadine Setlow Fannie Sigle Agatha Smith Alice Sutorius Janet Wilcler Maude Williains Lena Wolff - - --,- W- , - Y --.... 1 cLdfSSe ? QF? 1192 12 'Harzitg Bvhating Gram CHARLES QXLBUM .... . Captain Mcmbfrs Eugene Rostow Samuel Shanok Morris Tagcr 210 5f'y1f5,YDi43 rj.e.I.ae,gi gf fvenafp ilngu' Bvhaiing Svnrirtg CHARLES Arson AIORRIS 'l',xc:ER BERNARD PACKTOR HOWARD XYIBBERT John BlZ1CllZll'5kl Alnrzllmrn Cohen Norman Goclfriecl Uriel Ittenherg Eclwzlrcl johnson Jack Liebman Max Miller Members 211 Pl'C.Yl.dL'7lf Vive-President Saul Pearlin Milton Rice Eugene Rostow Charles Sehuelle Samuel Shanok Howard Vibbert Charles Zipperman Sfcrefary Treasurer - :lg 7 t, 3 Life' QFA Qi 2-T19 7 - ' fe l Iwritvrli Glluh LlH.xR1.1Qs Zimfnmxmn . Bmnciirc Cuossrm' I,lI.l.IAN ,ITREEMAN . .fXL1clf: C'ol.1.vER . . DR. SUSAN Slllikinixx . lilvira Ahate flflizalieth Amatrncla Pearl Beirach Joseph Bellantone Katherine llowles Alohn Braslin Morris Brown Williaiii Carr Lillian Chaikincl Benjamin Charon Dorothy Cogswell Ruth Couch Williaxii Couch Thomas Creighton Eleanor Crowe Glaclyce Cunningham Benjamin Danet Ann Dwyer Alice livans Fannie Gallueei Joseph Gibbons Rose Gold James Goode .7UClIlbL'l'.Y 212 . . lII't'XldBIIf . l " ire-P resident . . Secretary 1ftl'llCGf'i0lllll Secretary . Faculty fldzfiser Edward Graceman Rose I-liemovitz Stewart Holmes Hannah Hubelbank Myra Jacobs Anne jereub .Iohn joy Edward Kelly Anna Lev Oscar Maurer Mathilde O'Connor Sara Olshonsky Helen Peek -lessie Pelosi Margaret Rood Ruth Sehapiro Belle Silverman iLouis Stock Alice Sutorius Elizabeth Warner Hyman Weissberg Lena Wolff Wfilliam Yolen ?jf-'IIZRDG g gi!-,E,f.B g,'lfiEJ?Ja.:fg 'r .. Birkvna Glluh l.1l.1,LxN FREEMAN . JENNIIQ Fusco ANN.-x All-ISSIN.-X . . lllc. Sus.-xx 5. SIIIERIILXN l7lfF'llIl7C'l'.i' lflvim Almzite Minnie Bailey .Xmm Balsys Lucille lienatti Alice Cullyer Benjamin Drmet ,Xlice Sutorius 213 . Prc.rz'de'nt l"1'ff'-Prnvfdcfzzf . Secrefary lfavlzlfrv .'ld'Z'I-SFI' Albert Gziribzilcli Agnes Healy Rose Lewis Sara Moore Margaret Roocl Deborah Riwkin 4 -.,. l, F- 1 , , mass e ez 2 1 214 f -x.. ,vane Ffa -'vena' f Glhvmiztrg Ollnh JOHN! KIMBERLY . . President MAX MII.LER. View-Preszdcnt ELIZ XBETH MoYLE . . Secretary CHXRLES SCHNELLE . EdzfmlfinnalSecretary Mewzfbcrs Susan Adinolfi Charles Albom Arthur Alling Elizabeth Arnatruda Rosary Beaumont John Blacharski Michael Bruno Liberato Ciaburri Herbert Clark Anna Cofrancesco Samuel Cohen Harry Croog Rudolph Daniiani Nina De Marco john Dyer Richard Fabian Frank Guida Morris Guy Edward Horwitz Hazel Huelsman George Youngerinan 215 Louis Hurley Elsie Kelly Wfilliani Knapp Eva Krall Benjamin Lentine David Lupatin NVillia1n Lyons Virginia Mailhouse Ennna Materazzo Edwin O'Brien Vincent Parente Jessie Pelosi Russell Perkins VVilliam Perlroth Frederick Rosen Leona Salvatore David Schwartzman Alice Sutorius jean Tillinghast Howarcl Vibbert 1- ,, L .QQCLHSSSQ file, QF 1-32 fefig -- Elrrtriritg Glluh NYALQIQIQN 12. Cilclmxlzv . .IUSEIWI Ll.xxxxNAuma1i . Rxvmomi 'l. l:l'l'ZGERAl.IJ . liIlVY.XRD liiiiiv . Raymond Farina John Festa Thomas Galligan flIf'llllN.'l'S Louis Gnnclelsheimer Ralph Hanson Victor jackson Allan Kendrick Carl Knoll Alvin Thompson 216 l'z'rf'- Vvllllillll Lyon joseph Nett Malcolm Peterson VValter Peterson Stanley Sehwolow Curtis Smith joseph Smith Frederick Thomas f,I'C5l-dl?lll PVF5I'dCl'If Svr'1'vf41r'y 1xI'FLIS1H'6'l' ei'1f.a,ne? ljw1.agp Q eeevgpgfgfe iKa1hin Glluh VVILLIAM H. Urucu . . Prr's1'dvnf .I Acme QQOOPERM A N I '31'z'1'-I'1'v.v1'1f mrf JLXLBERT Y. PI1:'rRE1.L1 . Sevrefary Sol. CHA1N . . . . Trrfwurer BERNARD N. PACKTOR . ElI1Ht'l1fi0lICII Secretary Mcflnzlrvrs Arthur Alling john Enscoe Frederick Baralde VVilliam Perlroth VVilmut Brockert Russell Perkins 217 , - -,. gg, A T, --.... CLLE-SS QE ?l1927c-: Zlltzllian Qlluh l nu um Xn.xMs .... . Ifrtodpm l RXINLIN I1-:RARD1 If'igg-Prpg1dU1f I UUISF BIKNCIII . . Scrzetazv jONFPH SPURLAZZI . . . Treasurer Members Susan Aclinolh Rose Beatihcato Rose Benevenuto Helen Cannon Ralph Carhone john Casey Anthony Castellano Salvatore Castiglione Anthony Cerrone Luke Cerrone 1Xbraha1n Cohen Lillian Cohen Madeline D'Ag'ostino Paul De Cicco Rose De Corti Nina De Marco Amelia De Martina Arthur Di Lucia Marie Esposito Vincent Fagan Lewis Ferretti Vincent Gagliarcli Valentine Giainati joseph Gianelli Theresa Gianetti Lucille Valente 218 Anna Grillo john Iannotti VVilliam Iovanna Dorothy Maher Hyacinth Mascola john Monaco Albert Paglio Emanuel Pagnotti lllarion Pascal Evelyn Pellegrino Louise Petrelli joseph Petriccione Anna Raccunja Donato Ranelli joseph Ranelli julia Renda julia Ruby Angelina Salvatore Leona Salvatore Nicholas Sangiovanni Helen Silvestre julia Torrello Kathryn Torrello Philip Tracchio Rae Trotta I i e ' 1 1.11 11.76 ma: E i Glhman ani! Glherkvr Gllnh NIURRIS T.xr:1sR . . BENJAMIN Scx1w,xR'rZ . XYILI.1,xM CUUCI1 HI'iRHIi!iT IJlc'Ifs'rE1N C'11.xRl.Es Sc"11x12I.l.Ic . Arthur Alling' W'iIlia1n Carr jacob QAOUIBCTIHZIII George Cl'l61'!lOff N4bI'lllHl1 Godfricrl Xviuililll Knapp l1lFIllI7f'l'A' Sanuu-I Tzlppcr 219 1 101' l'1'0.viclf'1zZ -President Svc rata ry 7xI'UUSlH'E'I' ElilfI'fIff0IIUI Sf'l'7'6'f4II'-V jack Liebman David Lupatin Max Miller Nathan Ostroff Hernarcl Pncktm' Herman Rosenfield W .ng gp WY 1 iGa43,fSQSi QF, 643193 1 Hrugreaaiuv Svnrietg JACK Llizi-xiwiixx . . . . Pimzdenz' CHARLES Al.liCJN1 . Vim I rexzdent Lfu.xR1.Es Z11JPlcRMAN . .Suntarx JOSEPH UIHBUNS . . I'1 mzsurer Menzbers Milton Albert Sol Chain Benjamin Cililfilli 'l'homas Cfreiglitorl Norman Ciudfricd john Joy David Lupatiu 220 Max Miller Bernard Packtor YVilliam Perlroth David Raisen Harry Sigel Morris Tager Howard Vibbert I. , aguane fg1f5.IJl guenfaf: -ig EDWARD OssEN . Nnrimu Snririg JACK OSSEN . Virc FREDERICK ROSEN ARNOLD RIIRMAN Harold Brodsky Morris Brown Sidney Bogclenoff Simon Dorf Morris Guy Sidney Harrison Morris Stock 221 Maxwell Hoffman Leon Klein Harold Ryter Arnold Smirnoff joseph Spivak Samuel Shubouf P 1'c.vf1'dcm -Prvsidmzf Serrefary Treasurer CLL5,-F33 32 Qi 2319? fffzg Girlz' Eehating, Svnririg H ll N L CUHN . . Pl'l'.Vl.l1tiLf S111 MA IICKUS Virc'-I'rv.ridcnt URSUL x Serww . . Serrmzrl l Il 1 1 xx FRicEMixN . . . YiI'l'lI.Yll1Cl RIIRI iM QOHEN . . . . . lidmaf1'o'm1l Scmrvfar x Meinzlvcrs Thelma Aarnnson janet Allinson Ruth Alpert Ida Belous Lillian Cnhen i2iiZZ1i'lQti1 Cooney Lillian Dinninlan Frieda Dorman Ann Dwyer Sadie Freeman Ruth Finkel Rebecca Gillespie Gertrude Koletsky Frances Levine lX'lildred Luwenthal 222 Lillian Mannlieiiner Ruse Marcus Gertrude Morris Lillian lllyland Helen Rusofsky Pauline Schiff Lillian Scliriffrin Clara Shafer Fannie Sigle Frances Sinirnott May Stein Alice Sutorius Ruth Truesdale Myrtle VVeiner Lena VVOHT T LETICS 4.-J :Z -'7 jibsi x -5 ffl '. mx A 991. f - . ,"' ' ' 4 g if A in A M X, Q !. 'I :jj W if f"f9f' f ' ,r . .':Ff'4' .-wil? . N' f' A 12' " -'V, ,V f f' ,, '- -V2 I jf, Q' " IAM ff! 1 fri 'k 4 f 'V ffff' 2 .142 ' --as X ,N V , 4 Y V X, , W' f .f f ,ff-fjffi xg .f WZ, f' f f- ' ' fi X5 X if zjgglrriw ,ITU- kf 1 1- 'ff -rf ,- ff KX Xfff, f X I QZGW. ' f Eff ff A '- in K f Wi, ff ,424 ' - , XZ!!! fl? . V , ' ' f' ' ff? . K -'af' f X, ,ff ,f fr fl 71 K.-f' 1 fl '44, I if fjjgi' V iiyf M?'L " f ' ,ff ,fff 4' '72 " H 'K fi ,f , -L-, -fl' L f 1 , ,.jf,'f A' ii,-A , Q1 l VX I -- Qi 'Li ', ' in -vQ ' f 1 f D ffl' ,,.,,,gf"'1i J "XX f ,f -Y fryii' ,i1f 1 ff1' i ' f ff? " ' K 2 K ,W V YY ' V A51 ,,l., -Y Y CLaSsf , Q11-2?f f 224 Zfnnthall Gram he N 3 D -S' i if 'C-P E-53' 'gk Q, as 'imc 'SEQ XJ, -1 C H L RE1 S 1.0111 E 2-ijjmane E gietxa jlfeiaaii igilllinunv ilhrnthall HILLHOUSE, Og MERIDEN, 6. Meriden, acknowledged to be the best team in the state, was the first combine to overcome the York Square gridders. VVith "Al" Haynes out of the lineup on account of an injury, the locals could not withstand the terrific assault of the heavy up-staters, and Iwaniki plunged over the New Haven line in the third quar- ter for the only score of the game. HILLHOUSE, 0: ROXBURY, 3. After keeping the ball in Roxbury's territory for the greater part of the con- test, Hillhouse suffered a severe jolt when Burge booted a 25 yard field goal, after a 45 yard run by Henklc. This goal was the cause of a long dispute, since there was some question as to whether or not the ball went over the goal posts. The point was finally awarded to Roxbury, however, and the latter team won that game, 3-O. , HILLHOUSE, 6, CROSBY, 6. Showing their wares in New Haven for the first time, the Hillhouse football- ers battled to a 6-6 tie with the highly-touted Crosby eleven. On a perfectly timed pass, Haynes to VVilson, and a brilliant 45 yard run through a broken field by the latter, the score was tied, and, although the try for point was unsuccessful, the Blue and White supporters felt that they were behind a team of great possibili- ties. HILLHOUSE, 12, WEST HAVEN, 13. Making two touchdowns, but failing to tally the tried at goal, Bowen's charges dropped the following game to West Haven, 13-12. Captain Carlo and Haynes were the scintillating stars of this contest. HILLI-IOUSE, O, NEW BRITAIN, 18. After holding their strong opponents to six points in the tirst half, the wear- ied New Haven line was unable to withstand the continual hammering of the New Britain combine, and the latter scored thirteen more points in the second half to win the game, 18-0. This was the most decisive victory scored by any team over the York Square lads this season. HILLHOUSE, 20, HARTFORD, 13. A Superb forward passing was the main feature of I-Iillhouse's battle with Hart- ford. Facing a thirteen point lead, the New Haven gridders came back with re- newed determination, and finally captured the contest, 20-13, by spectacular work in the last minutes of play. It was due mainly to the forward passing proclivities of Haynes and Wilson that this victory was annexed. HILLHOUSE, 34g COMMERCIAL, 0. Evidently rejuvenated by their success over Hartford, the Hillhouse boys went into the Commercial game with only a hope of winning, and handed that team the worst trouncing ever given in the six years that the contests have been held. Five touchdowns, two by Carlo, two by Wilson, and the other by Bohan, and four suc- cessful kicks after touchdown by Haynes made a grand total of 34 points for Hill- house, while the business school did not score. JOHN joy 225 V' --.. lv' if f , ielaafis g QFQ 31927: Qtllhuunr Svnrrvr Timm liklvasr SHAND . . Capfam 14ESTER JXVERY illrmager fiEORGE ulonxsrox . . . . . Coach Although the 1927 Soccer Team did not break any records for number of games won, it registered several upsets, the most important of which was a double victory over the Yale Freshmen combine, the first time since the sport was begun in this school. Captain "Erniel' Shand led a fighting aggregation which was in the game at all times, but misfortunes and hard luck prevented the team from winning more than three of the six games played. ln their first encounter, with the Yale Freshmen, the Blue and White team exceeded all expectations and overcame its older and more experienced rivals, 1-O. West Haven put the first blot on the local escutcheon by a 1-0 victory. Bridgeport repeated the performance with the same score. Meeting the Yale Frosh for the second time, Mr. johnston's boys again put over a victory, by a score of 1-0, there- by making a clean slate in this series. Coming back against XVest Haven, the York Square lads evened things up with a 1-O win. Bridgeport, almost invincible, next took the New Haveners into camp for the second time, 2-1. After a long and tedious journey, the locals dropped their last contest to Taft, 5-O, after a hard game on a muddy field. JOHN lov 226 W, Y Y N., ?1'lfADGIi' 5. guenfaig Millhuune Glrnaz Glnuntrg Efvam lJoNixLn Bkowx . . Ctlffllfll jonx M. ,lov Manager' LEUN C. Rich: . . . Coach Another successful season was experienced by the cross country enthusiasts this year. Led by their able captain, Donald Brown, the harriers won two meets and captured every trophy in the Union Three Mile Modified Marathon on Thanks- giving Day. Suffield was the hrst victim of the New Haven boys, and, after a tedious jour- ney to the up-state hamlet on Uctober 15, the Blue and White runners hnished vic- torious, 39-22. In the winning event, Captain Brown clipped two seconds from the Suffield course record made the previous year by "Izzy" Casher. Eisenbart was a close second. Traveling to Hartford on November 6, the combine suffered its first defeat in three years, at the hands of a preparatory school, by a score of 21-36. Winn, the hrst Hillhouse man to finish, came in fourth, followed closely by Perry. Taking the road for the third time, the local harriers journeyed to Cheshire, and took the Roxbury aggregation into camp, 35-24. Eisenbart was nosed out for first place by Bateson, the prep school star, and the other Hillhouse runners crossed the line in short order. joHN 'lov 227 ' - mu, 1 V 4 , , CL.H..8fS'2i OF iii 53219 2 7-' 1 fi- ,, 228 5 5 Oo I3 iii 111 5 JS 'P' be JS N 33 Ei GQ 51 23 D -E' -0 -0 at-0 E-5' -5.32 Q55 pg: NJ's4'S4 f-q'-z M 'Z 32 'i -"v D5 ME ul . fri E25 wma D43-J gif lf iii' -v Lr- C-4 LL L es s i g fiwz if if Ll.tle1?.ra.E llillhnunv Eaakrthall One of the best, if not the best, seasons ever experienced by a Hillhouse bas- ketball team was enjoyed by the Blue and Wliite tossers tl1is year. Two defeats, one at the hands of the strong Roxbury quintet, and the other administered by the champion Bristol combination in the Finals of the Yale Inter-scholastics, mar- red the otherwise perfect record of "Chick" Bowen's live. In all, seventeen vic- tories were celebrated, as against two losses, and both the State and City Cham- pionships were brought to Hillhouse. Another notable event during the season was the double victory over Commercial and the second defeat of the business school on its own floor. Outstanding in the season was the performance of Captain-elect g'Pitch" Pe- trosemolo who rolled up a total of 101 points in the sixteen games played outside the Yale Tourney, and who was high scorer during the season. "Pitch" and "Ed- die" Horwitz, flashing forward, were the only players to participate in every game during the year. Captain George Heyer, ineligible until the first of February, tied with "Al" Haynes for runner-up position in the individual scoring, both tallying 75 points. Heyer was the hero on several occasions, as in both the New Britain and Commercial games, he caged the winning baskets in the closing seconds of play. Haynes and Florac both stood high among the scorers, although it is quite difficult for guards to take any great part in the tallying. Haynes' steady play was manifest throughout the entire season, and he, together with Horwitz, steadied the team at all times. Florac it was who put the first Commercial contest in the victory column with a two-pointer in the last minute of play. The snappy basketball of Gildea and DeAngelis, both Sophomores, was evident during the entire season. At the conclusion of the Yale Tourney, silver basketballs were awarded to sev- eral members of the aggregation for their work in the tournament, and the Seniors of the team received sweaters. Petrosemolo, '28, was elected to lead the Five in its quest for further honors next year, while Paul Press, '28, and Samuel Tapper, '28, were appointed to take care of the business affairs of the team. The results of the season were as follows: Hillhouse- Lewis High-12. Hillhouse--29 Carmel Hall-21. Hillhouse Arnold juniors-23- Hillhouse- 'Hartford-22. Hillhouse- West Haven-8. Hillhouse-24 NVest Haven-18. Hillhouse-26 Hillhouse- Hillhouse-18 Hillhouse-32 Hillhouse-34 Hillhouse Branford-22. Bridgeport-16. Roxbury Prep-22. Bridgeport-25. New Britain-12. Commercial-22. Hillhouse-l3 Hillhouse-29 H illhouse-46 Hillhouse-25 Hillhouse- Hillhouse-25 Hillhouse- Bristol-27. 229 New Britain-28. Milford Prep-24. Commercial-24. Hartford-16. VVarren Harding-23. N augatuck-16. Io H N Joy ! V - ,..li. ,,4, Q , -..- 55095:-fSf. es,a QF. 4119? 7a-fi Qillhnwae mailing Elvam JXRTIIUR DUMEIJN . . Captain PAU1. DE Clcco I Q l ,lICllltlfjt'F Poor support played a prominent part in the defeats of the Wlrcstling Team this year. liven the only home meet, that with the Alumni, was poorly attended. VVith such a barrier to success, Captain "Art" Dumelin had a difficult task to lead a successful aggregation, and, at the close of the season, the locals had heen win- ners in only one out of the three contests scheduled hy Manager Paul De Cicco. The first meet, resulting in the only victory, was a hard fought one, and the school team was pressed to overcome the Alumni, 13-ll. Choate next scored a most overwhelming victory at Wlallingford, taking every contest and every point. The score was 350. While the victory of Taft was not quite so impressive, never- theless, it was also by a very large margin, 21-3. Jolm hlov 230 L e e i f .La gueiml E igillhnuav Ggmnautir Gram NoRMAN SAMPSON . Cafvfain XYfi.I.I.xM FENsTmi.xcII12R . 1 C oarlies GELJRGE .IoHNs'1'oN ln this, the first full year of its existence, the Hillhouse Gymnastic Team, the only one of its kind in the city, has been notably successful. Although a small, unorganized group put on a small parallel bar exhibition in assembly last spring, the team's first official appearance was made at the Progress Exposition in January. This exhibition having made a pronounced "hit", the boys were asked to perform at both boys' and girls' assemblies. Soon afterwards the team was invited to put on the same act at Commercial High School, where it was equally successful. , Much credit for the success of the team is due to Coaches Johnston and Fen- stemacher. Mr. Johnston served as manager as well as coach, arranging the var- ious exhibitions. "Bill" Fenstemacher's appearance as a clown on the parallel bars was the star act of all the exhibitions, and his help in the line of instruction was invaluable. j'onN DYER 231 5 , L, ,f , CLASSQ-4 QFip?f1 1 g:1927 -:f 232 5 zz: eq I3 vii 323 -D 90 51 35 F5 9-O N 5 D -S' -o v-I ag-9 545' CI' C I fr JI DD MoRR1s COHEN . . J WMU CARL Gm, MAN Wag XII ?jflfADEI ' ,1VIA-3 'Uemaf Qllpvrr Emhvrz XY1l,1.1,xAl l-Slcrelzrc llmxxxmm lllfxlliswx limwplc Iffxluelzx XX'1n,l.l.xM KNIHIIT EIHIIN KIM nl-:1cl.Y Eillhnuav Urnnin Efvum l.I.l.XNI I.U1fI.l2R ....... C'uffL11'11 4111c1'llam15jur aER'1'L'. Nlleleluul ......... Clmrfz 2.53 eff 13192 7?- Sreninr CEir15'EaakPihal1 Umm Noaixiix .-XNDRICNV Captazh lii,EixNok TUL1.ock . ,llazmgcr Miss Gkaisxwoon ......... .Couch This year, the Senior Girls' Basketball Team had a very successful season un- der the able leadership of Captain Andrew. Contrary to custom, the outside games were played iirst. The first game, played with Mrs. Day's School, was the only one lost during the entire season. The team was victorious in the next game, which was played with the Gateway. Later on, the team played Mrs. Dayis once more. W'ith grim determination, the team entered the game, seeking revenge. Re- venge was ours, as the team was victorious. In the interclass games, the Seniors, again victorious, won the championship. The team beat the Sophomores, although the latter fought valiantly. The first half ended with the Seniors far ahead, but in the second half, the Sophomores pulled up their score, and the game ended 27-20. Next, the Seniors played the Freshmen, who offered little opposition. The score of this game was 26-11. Ex- citement prevailed during the Senior-'lunior game, which was hotly Contested. Screeches filled the gymnasium, as the enthusiastic basketball fans watched the game. The Seniors won the game, the score being 25-24. Thus, the Seniors com- pleted a successful season, winning Five games out of six. DoRo'rH1-:,x LEDERER 234 egvane 2 H . a gjwx.a ,qs ,UEPCBA ff Girls' Illivlh Murkrg Gram' JANET l',l.A'1'T . Cupmiaz SH1Rl.m' linamii Mmzagvr Miss GREENWUUD Cuaclz The fall of 1926 marked a great deal of progress in the girls' sport, tield hock- ey. The girls turned out in larger numbers and were more enthusiastic. The tirst game of the season was with Arnold College. Although the game was lost by a score of 8-0, the high school team showed line form. The gym school evidently had a higher opinion of the strength of our team this year for they used their var- sity lineup instead of thejunior team which we had met in previous years. The next two games resulted in more favorable scores for us. The teams from Troup and Sheridan junior High Schools were conquered decisively. The fastest game of the season was played with the Stick and Ball Club of Mrs. Day's School. Both teams showed excellent form and fighting spirit, but superior team work gave the victory to Mrs. Day's. This fall the second team also had opportunities to show their skill, meeting the Troup junior High team and the Stick and Ball Cluh second team. The Field Hockey Team of l92'6 was the first girls' athletic team to win their large "N, H.'s.". ja N ET l'1..x'1"r 255 1 i2 cLiaF,Qs QfQ1i Qfifsg rf: 236 UI PH EV JS an 123 3-Q EV UUE? 111 iz' ag-9 I-5' O XX AL Y 6 ID 5 t S E 3 3 2-gw Law fa Z .4q. E Ztrr Ill M 5 MLQH mmm QU ga. ZAQ :J Lu CWA eivane 2 32.13 si jtfe 29.21 O Eillltnunr lgnrkvg Gram GEoRo1-I R.xi'u,xNo . . . Cflfflllill LOUIS HURLEY .llfllltlfjff JAMES SIIANLEY Coach For the first time in the history of the school, the Hillhouse Hockey Team was really supported by the students en masse this year, when the combines of the two rival York Square institutions met in fierce battle at the Arena. This, the first contest on the ice between the two schools, ended in a 2-O victory for the Blue and XVhite sextct, while several thousand rooters cheered the puck-chasers to their utmost. This was the most thrilling victory of a most successful season, in which six contests were won and only one dropped. Among other conquests, the locals swept through the City Amateur League, making a perfect score. The only defeat was administered hy the hockeyists re- presenting lient School at Kent, Connecticut. As Kent always produces an almost invincible team, the York Square boys were not discouraged by this 6-0 loss, espec- ially since the prep school sextet was about the best in New England this season. All other games were played at home, and resulted as follows: Hillhouse 1, West Haven Tigers, Og Hillhouse, 3, Collegiate, Og Hillhouse, 2, Meadowbrook l g Hill- house, 2, Commercial, Og Hillhousc, 5, Collegiate, Og Hillhouse, l, Roxbury O. jolm lov 237 Q ii.filf5fgS eff 11192 ffffl 3-' Qillhnuur Swimming Gram lVlERAN Nakixsiilixx Cafwtam Ci0RlJON lXl.xclX'l,xs'1'1-:R . illftlllllfjfl' joivixs l.12viNIc . .'fSSI'.S'l'fllll'JWKIILIIQFI' .-X more unsuccessful swimming team than this year's aggregationnever repre- sented Hillhouse High. In the first meet, that with the Yale Freshmen, the York Square boys were easily beaten, and showed plenty of room for improvement. Manual Training High School of New York overcame the locals in the next meet. and then Hillhouse brought home the bacon for the first time with a victory over Roxbury. Stuyvesant left Carnegie Pool with a win, following which Hillhouse took on the Plainsfield High School combine at New jersey, and chalked up a second victory. At Providence in the next meet the Brown Freshmen took the Blue and XN'hite into camp. Two more meets were dropped to preparatory schools, Crosby and Roxbury doling out the defeats. In the final competition of the year, the Hillhouse representatives were the recipients of some rather disheartening decisions, and with but a six-man team, lost to Crosby by one point. .lon N ploy 238 ?fifU2RD6 N - ifif-E gi- Eg jfEI?Ai -i" igillhnwae maint 1511111 Gram Rum:R'1' 'l'R.xcY . linunox M.xc'Nl.xs'rlaR Francis Bohan Simon Brest XYilliznn llnrkc David Cahill Ralph Holt ,l I t'llI4174'I'.Y 239 Max Milter john Mooney Frank Mullen Meran Nakashian Raymond Verwholt fitlflllll-ll .ll'Ullllfjt'l' ,, - 5- ji, A i - 1045831 4 QF, 11192 1-fe laillhuuar illenring Eleam A1141-:1z'1' tiimssox, jk. . Cafviuiu HENRY l3,xs11wr:1N1c1z tllrzuagcr MR, :XIJ-BERT Glussox . . Coaflz A5 usual, the York Square fenccrs swept through the competition, and, but for the lack of funds, would have heconie nationally famous. Captain "Al" GT3SSCJI1'S team was unahle to defend its title in the Yale Inter-scholastics owing to pecuniary difticulties. Comparison of the records of the other entries with that of l-lillhouse, however, shows that the local live was much hetter than the winner, Roxbury. The Yale Freshman Team was the hrst opponent of the Blue and NVhite team, and the meet resulted in a 5-4 victory for Hillhouse. Roxbury fell before the York Square onslaught, lO-7, in the next meet, which might he called an easy vic- tory for the New llaveners. ln the third and last contest of the season, the local swordsnien met and defeated Choate hy the same score, 10-7. Captain Grasson starred throughout the series. The other members of the team were: Henry Bash- weiner, Manager, W'illia1n O'Brien, james Goode, David Yerkes, and XVilliani Farley. JOHN joy 240 'Q,,fO fx! Z ON5'7i'Q'fi' Xl Ol?OXQfO 'll 7 Z5 7 W 3 w w Z Q E 9 E X :' fx " 2 5 J V J x 3 E 5 m Q T Z Q 2 3 5 fS 7 Q 4 +7 ' F E MUSICAL CLUBS 5 9 N ,FOX-.2.XxOi? I1 Wix , , iixx,.X OX, .No W Y Llp-f..,!!B.lr9"fl 2 4 K QQ. Tru A -1, 4?liSi5 1 QE gifs? 1 IR R. C O-4 O P' U C11 ? L11 E4 E4 Lvl v-J 41 2 J lf' M CC 'C T-TI 2 35 3-0 'I-0 N he -S' Y-D 5 Q0 YS 23 D -S' LO wx! 0 P' lv-Ei ... M U2 V' F J 'S 3 71 51 CC D-4 LII E-' T as 51 H U2 4 2' E4 21 51 Z Vi, O U 242 Q i n elfe f La, a gjlrezm E' igillhnwae Eahh EVANS STOWELL ..... . Presfdefzt BENJAMIN GINSBERG Vice-Prevzdent CHARLES ZIPPERMAN . . Seclctarv Louis RE1cH1sL . . Zllazuzgcz ST1cx'Hr:N Wilfrlvxsiii . Studi ui I radar lX'lR. HARRY l.. lX'lAl,ET'l'E . . . . lnsnmcfol Members Arthur Barnett Avard Bishop Kazimer Brodowy Albert Carnevale Roland D'Allesio Armando De Fillippo joe Estren Louis Fine Joseph Garson Paul Goode Charles Goodling Sam Goodman Juanita Hall 243 Albert Horwitz john Larkin Mary Larkin Raymond Liepelt George Mozza Herbert Pierce Edmund Sheronas Harry Smelansky Reginald Smith Monroe Spier Gould Streeter Eric Waiman George Wuestefeld ve. fir, SL ,, flQ!Qf5f5 2 QF 22192 1 Enga' C5122 Qlluh CHARLES ZIPPERMAN . ZIQLLY SMIRNUFI' . Vim' HAROLD CRUUQL . . IERNEST l1.'XRC'El.I.,.X . . MR. CROSBY . ,7U'Fl1ll7UI'.Y 81111011 Dorf XN'zLlclu Savage Irving Kzlpsinow George VVoli11sky Tl1o111as O'H1'ie11 Noah 9111111112111 244 Prcsidmzf -Pravfdmlf Sc'!'l't'fUl'y Tl'l'1l.S'lll'CI' l11sz'1'1u'f0r 'waroe -r igggxa 3 jlfE7?cH Cbirlu' C5122 Cllluh DKIRYDTIIF x LEDERIER . . P1 eszdent Nlom x X1 EXANDIQR Siem rfarv IJOROFHX Brsnoif . . Y 1 casurer Coxxr xx CE NEIEDHAM . . Lzbrarzan lll6'llZl76'l'S Helen Arniellin Beatrice Broekelson Charlotte Brooks Helen Cannon Helyn Corper Nina De Marco Rose Dubin Helen Gliekstein Grace Gorman Katherine Hill Elizabeth Hugo Marjorie Hutt Pauline Korn Rose Lewis lcla XVeinstein 245 Betty Lyman Leanna MacArthur Jane Mahoney Doris Maroney Gladys Oleson Helen Peck janet Platt Ruth Rogensky Helen Rosofsky Frances Smernoff Helen Snyder Catherine Steele Janet Strouse Eleanor Tullock iqcpg-rsjs Qi 319.32 iz l1:LIZABETH SCANLON NIONA ALEXANDER . CELIA ANDREWS . XVILLIAM YOLEN . likulvle Glluh President . Vice-President . Sevretary-Treasurev' Membvrs Alice Brown Lillian Goldberg Ethel Dickey Marguerite Hienie Shirley Flood Natalie Lg views Kathleen McKenzie 246 Ilzstructor l - . . 7 WEA, A 1 ' 2119 2 L 42LsefSfSf s QE .fi Eiil 9 : U is Evita Sigma lCappa illratrrnitg Senior Mmlzbers NVilliam Beebe C. Bradford Bidwell Kenwood Bollman Edward Burritt Walter Carlson Donald Eldridge FKIFIIIILNV :1zi1'i.w1's Mr. Henry johnson Mr. Fred Davis Mr. George .lohnston Sawnie Gaston Elmer Hintz Howard Humeston Mason Record joseph Swink Harrison VVeed Mr. Harry Ma Lette Mr. Ralph XVentworth 1Hhi Sigma Snrnritg S enio-1' M l"ll1,I7CI'S Maybelle Anderson Cecile Jacobson Charlotte Brooks Anita Kjoss Alice Evans Evelyn Vlfatson Faculfrv A1l7'ism'.r Dr. Susan Sheridan Miss Marion Sheridan Miss C. NVhite 248 :wane aura ig guiezmv '45 Alpha Brita Sigma Zllratvrnitg Charles Birely Edward johnson john Kimberly ' Gordon MacMaster Senior Jlfc'n1bf'r.v Faculty Adiirers Mr. Irving Countryman Charles Murdock Louis Reichel Ernest Tennyson Richard XVeigle Mr. Alfred Porter Mr. Albert Merriam Mr. Charles Zinnnerinan Alpha Alpha Snrnritg Esther Beckley Ruth Beckley Dorothy Bishop Ruth Clapp Betty lves Edith Miller Senior l7lI!'7lIbC1'S 249 Helene Moore Betty Moyle Janet Platt Catherine Steele Mary Treat Barbara Yerxa '41 fl A -- CLQSSA Q QE C1192 1 1 ffl' I Q f Gamma Brita Hai Ellratvrnitg George DuFfy Rudolph Kautz james Murphy Meran Nakashian Herbert Norman Mr. Arthur Booth Srzzim' i7l'I!'llIlJl"l'N Faculty Advisers Mr. Charles E. Booth Mr. Charles L. Kirschn . , ,st3'f"m q " '- 15 ,.....,..,,,j:, v-,.,. z EW v X, Clarence Russell Prescott Seeley Newell Smith Raymond Verwholt Roger VVatrous Mr. Howard Gartland Mr. Charles Zimmerman CI' E. EV. - Snrnritg Smzior IWf"l1lbCI'S Norma Andrew Mildred Jones Mildred Bcsom .lanyce Pickett Genevieve Booth jean Tillinghast Irma Flynn Eleanor Tullock Molly Wilsori 25lJ S AD C ' l' e l ffe zla. guema -. J ,- Nnh John Braslin XValter Gallagh john Heyke Allan Kendrick Dorothy Bishop Wfinifred Chamb F A-I . +:,5.Qy' UQ u Elura Epsilon illratrrnitg Srnim' Nr-Jlzlmrs Edward Malloy er Frank McGuire Stanley Morgan lfclwin O' Brien Glhvtu Khn Snrnritg Sfllilll' ,ll'C'llIlII'l'.Y Irene Moore erlain Frieda Strain Enuna XVenclrick 251 4 T -... l , 0LaHssaaE L ei g118?L Elma Sigma Zllratrrnitg VVilliam Boyce Paul Cronan Edward Fitzgerald lValter Fogarty George Heyer 3 5 ,,,.llNlz.l? jf if biugz I John Kelleher Vlfilliam Knight Eugene Sullivan Frederick Vogenitz George Youngerman Kappa Mu Sigma Snrnritg Eleanor Clifford jane Dewell Bernice Hughson Bernadette Hugo Frances Lynch Grace Maher Lillian XVZ1lSl1 252 Eleanor Markham Doris Maroney Helen Maroney Marie McGowan Constance Needham Clare O'Keefe 'mane 1 iiyera er JIIEPQG. V 1Hhi Evra iihi Zllratvrnitg Sruim' Nrzzzlzrrs Aaron Belong Sidney llerslnnan Morris Cohen Herbert Levine Norman Godfried Sigmund Quint -'14 , ww ' Q11 3 ' 3? lr 2 QL YQ, Hi Epnilnn Iii Svnrnritg Minerva Aaronkon Ruth Alpert Helen Colin Harriet Gold Marjorie Goldstein Senior Jl1c'llllICI'S Sylvia YVClSSlll1fl1l Faculty fldwism' Miss Mary Moody 253 Dorothea l.ederer Evelyn Mednicow listlier Sinn Annette Stein janet Strouse E - MN-1, 1 -x. 0LQSiS fr QF, 1:11-12 1 0 7 1 F X ' . 2 gf 'I X. 1. - ' v ox fx a :g X'-fi? 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A ll, ' 31 Qbmega Brita iliraternitg Svnim' Jllmrlvers Nathan Bassett Irving Kliger Murray Goldman Harry Sigel Peter XViness 5.55:-5' ,QIYX ,Y-ff-,,, ., Y, 1, ,- iff Efiglt-fi wr L1:.f4:.,'1s lihi Erin Zliratrrnitg Senior Mmzbers Robert Allinson Morris Friedman Sidney Allinson Morris Sliepatin Samuel Cohen Bernard Shrobe 256 4 ' 1 -Qs- L ev e E me sieve, ij Qllama Entra Monroe Spier John Braslin Solomon Chain Williani Beebe Frank McGuire Edward Johnson Edward Graceman John Braslin Mason Record Richard VVeigle Richardg Weigle Mason Record Vtlesley Tremper David Ring Sawnie Gaston Richard Weigle john Kimberly Charles Albom Charles Alboni Richard Weigle Charles Alhom Richard Weigle Alfred Haynes Sawnie Gaston George Farren VVilliam Beebe Charles Albom Israel Abramovitz Frank McGuire Ray Verwholt Class Baby Class Cauzezllan Class Nriglztiugale Class Poet Brightest Sfhalar Best lV1'iter Best Actor Elsie Stroh Alice Evans janet Platt Irma Flynn Alice Evans Ida VVeinstein Alice Evans Frances Lynch Alice Sutorius Alice Sutorius Dorothea Lederer Esther Beckley Ruth Beckley Most Likely To Succeed Hardest M"'01'lcer Slzrefvdest Politician Best Debatcr Best Athlete Biggest Blujfer Biggest Grind Biggest High Hat 257 Frances Lynch Minerva Aaronson Frances Lynch Dorothea Lederer Ruth Beckley janet Platt Ruth Alpert Helen Cohn Dorothea Lederer Norma Andrew Betty Ives Helyn Corper Blanche Goldstein Dorothy Johnstone Eleanor Tullock Bernice Hughson 'J , -Ffa vigil V , '1 - J ' ' 1 i aBLAB3fi'5?6Uf'i ,ri A - .:--, 72l927i:i William Beebe George Farren Sawnie Gaston Alfred Haynes William Beebe Edward Graceman Mason Record john Kimberly Herbert Norman Charles Schnelle Raymond Verwholt Mason Record George Heyer joseph Mayo Biggest Talker Most Versatile M ost Original M ost Serious Most Baslzful M ost Dignified Best Dancer Lunrh R00m's Rest Casio Gordon MacMaster Newell Smith Frank McGuire Richard Weigle Shilling Social Light Ruth Beckley Esther Beckley Dorothea Lederer Frances Lynch janet Platt Clare Hargrove Rosary Beaumont Catherine Steele Lydia Hand Catherine Steele Eleanor Tullock Bernice Hughson Helen Kennedy janyce Pickett mer Betty Ives Olive Graves Betty Ellenberger Esther Beckley M eekcst Donald Eldridge Grace Miller Edward Falsey Alice Sutorius VV1'ttiest William Beebe Irma Flynn Frank McGuire Clare Hargrove N oiisiest William Beebe Beckley Twins George Farren Betty Ives 258 ..i.i....a.Zm, .-rv' A6243 L A 6 w1T3 2:1fePfH-EJ Autngraphn ZLMLQQ. 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