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

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Likewise there are within each one of us, lights that llash ancl signal to us as we journey along life's highway. t'onscience, if not clullenl, is that signal within us that flashes "Stop" or "tio", cautioning ns to be on our guartl. One may "take "chances", "run risks". "play with tire", even think that he is "getting away with it", but the inexorable laws of life clemantl that one must likewise "pay the price". Anil what a price is often exacterl! Likewise there are, within each one of us. lights that Hash ancl signal to us as stalled hy nature for a purpose. Keep them hurning, hright anal clear. :Xml may they guide each ancl every one of you safely to your journty's encl, and may that journey be a very happy ancl prosperous one. C. L. K1RscHNER. 'Tune 13, 1929 12 f X ' x ri? J WV i L TO THE CLASS OF 1929: I am glad to send you hearty greetings and kind wishes at this time. l am trusting that your lives may he filled with love and service, and that you will join the great company of those who make the harrcn places of life fruitful with kind- ness. Carry a vision of heaven in your hearts. and you shall make your home, your college, your place of business, correspond to that vision. Your success and hap- piness lie in you. External conditions are the accidents of life, its outer trappings. The great enduring realties are love and service, and that is why l am hoping that your lives may he Filled with these realities so that all life may he enriched and made happier through you. Sincerely your friend, j',xN1a1' M. PURDUI-I. 13 V 'K' 'ro 'rnic c1.Ass oF 1929: qi Friendship greatly enriches human existence. lt is an important factor in life. Furthermore. the character of a man may he interpreted through his friends: for the kind he chooses reflects the inan himself. Therefore, it is vitally necessary to choose the right type of friends. Friendships have a potent and lasting influence upon our lives, Particularly is this true of the friendships formed hetween students. and hetween students and teachers during the four year spent at New Haven High School. Such friendships necessarily play a large part in our lives. Hence. as graduates, we recall our high school days with ever increasing pleasure. For our friends we sacrificeg with our friends we suffer and rejoice: to our friends we loyally give our hest: from our friends we receive counsel and aclviceg hy our friends we are inspired to the highest ideals: without friends life would he lonely and hardly worthwhile. The friendly spirit of the class of 1929 is an outstanding characteristic. This spirit will do much to enrich the larger life which you are ahout to enter. May the friendships formed here abide with you always. Your friend. IRVING N. COUNTRYMAN, i Class of l9Ol. 14 a f of, Q 3 O O 5' 8 TO TH Ii CLASS OF 1929: The weeks just passecl, fillecl as they have been with examinations and rehear- sals, with the hustle of preparation for vacations, with planning for college or for positions in the worlcl of business, with saying goocl-bye for an anticipated longer separation than usual from classmates ancl teachers, have hrought the four years of life in New Haven High to a close for the Class of 1929. But your connection with your High School is notgcan never he-really closed. The tradition and inspiration and hope of the School goes on living in you after graduation. XVhat clicl you get out of it? XYell, what clicl you put into it? Your Class Historians have atteniptccl to answer. Your School will wait in hope- ful and conhclent anticipation forthe recortl of inclivirlual lives well-livecl, of strong characters feeling and using their strength, ancl always in control of it. .-Xntl with our heartiest goocl wishes goes a clesire for a collective interest on the part of your Class in the continued welfare and power of our School. RALPH XY!-INTVVORTH. 15 2 Z 1 0 0 0 0 V B mge,,g,emf54, NIERRILI. P. PAINE, AB. 55 Belmont Street Mr. Paine is the head of the English Department, 16 :XLFRED li. l'om'IzR, H..-X.. MA. 3708 XYl1imey .X Mr. Porter is thc pzlrtment. N W venue. Mt. Carmel head of the Latin De- Qin X o I Q X 0 0 F' 0 'I'mmM,xs F. 'l'Av1.mz, HA., MA. 345 ShGI'11lZ1I1 :Xvc-uue Mr. Taylor is the hczul of the Moclcrn Language Department. X six .j ,X I - ,m 1 Q' .V--v S f 'Ii I .-Xmllule Ia. Bncrrll, I'l1.H,, Liz. 44 Belmont Strom Mr, Booth is the hczul of the XIII matics Dcpzxrtment . -M N 1 fl,-9'v3'Ff 17 Yv - g Z 0 0 0 O ' B XY1l.l,1Axxl li. Ihwwx 210 Yah- .Xvcnuc Mr, Ifimwn is thc lu-:ul of the Mus ZlI'fINl'I11. RHliliR'l' l..XNllIJ.Xl.li, l'l1.l-3. Short 13021011 Nlr, lnngclzllc i5tl1L'hl'fUl of thc SL'iCl IJcpzu'Imc11t. NIOR RELIGION X :- 0 0 0 O 5' 8 1Hrvaihent'5 illlwaagr CLAS S MATAES: VVe have reached the goal toward which we have been striving for four' short, happy years. YX'e must now enter on a greater lield of life which lies stretched out before usp we must east away our high school privileges and pleasures, only to hold them with the firm grasp of memory, and assume those gmver 1,111-416115 which beset us as we leave the threshold of high school life. To many of ns the education we have obtained here will he our only capital in beginning life: and for Whatever wealth and honor we may hereafter win in the world we shall he largely indebted tir-these pleasant years. Um' equipment is good, our armonr strong, so let ns meet our battles face to face. HURERT GILIJIEA, President. XWWQQF1 JgiQN1.Y'QfyL,X!HQllll '-W-' 'QM'-' '-if N-f 0 fqb-92 QMS l l A 20 1 e 2 9001200 Svnphnmnre ltliatnrg The sophomore year shed some light on the future luminaries of the class of l929. Athletics brought unie" Gildea to the fore, and his consistently good work at left end gave him frequent action on the gridiron. NYith Kurt l.arson starring on the Soccer Team and "slay" VVilder on the Girls' Hockey Team, the class was well represented in varsity athletics. "XVally" Eisenbart began his brilliant career on the cross-country course, while "Bill', Zimmerman and "Dave" Yerkes saw service on the Swimming and Fencing Teams. As the basketball season rolled around, Gil- dea shared honors with 'limmy DiqXngelis upon the court. ln the afternoon school, the Motto Club recognized "Hob" Stock as its presi- dent. Eleanor Hoyt was elected treasurer and Eugenia Harding, recording secre- tary of the club. Later the two girls were chosen to represent the class on the Student Council. Stock again showed his leadership as president of the Forum Debating Society, where he was assisted by Sam Blum. The afternoon "Sentinel,' was the first literary activity of the class. "Ed" l-lendrie was made Editor-in- Chief, "Bob" Stock, Assistant Editor, and Lillian Perelmutter, News Editor. " The second competition of the morning "Sentinel" ended with the election of Eugene Rostow and "Bob" Monaghan to the editorial board. In the production of the 'Tassilis Engagement", Rosalie Schroeder and l,ois McClean took important parts, while 'tBill" Record represented the sophomores as a leader in the Hillhouse Players, Finally, in musical circles, Zelly Smirnoff, "Sol" Cohen, and Milton Hush were elected to offices in the lower orchestra. The Sophomore Social, which held the spotlight among social events in the class, was put over with a bang, again under the leadership of Stock. Un the class teams, "Joe" Bishop, "Bill" Moore, 'ljohnnyu Minnix, and "Mort" Krall led the hockey sextet through a successful season, and "Dave" l,ee and "Bill" lireunig kept the hoopsters high in the ranking of the Community League. Athletically and socially the sophomore year set a high standard for the class of 1929. 22 :- 1 0 O 0 Q V 8 fduninr Biainrg XYhen we came back to school in the fall of '27, the tirst thing of importance was the election of many of the most prominent of our number to frats and sor- orities. After an exceedingly successful football season, in which the Blue and XVhite was undefeated, junie Gildea was elected captain, and Aaron Hertz and Dave Sandler, managers. There were four junior regulars on the team-Beisler, Stock, Gildea, and Meadow. Early in the fall the "Sentinel" competition started, and before the holidays it was announced that Five juniors had been selected by the Editorial Board, while the Business Board took on three. On the Cross Country team, three juniors, Eisenbart, who was elected captain of the '29 team, O'Connell, and Bernardo, starred. The varsity Debating Team, composed of Siegel, Rostow. and Lillian Perelmutter, dropped two close debates. ln the early Tri-Y elections, the juniors were represented by Alice Record, who was chosen secretary. Cut of a field of sixty nominees, Bob Stock, junie Gildea, Alice Record, and Rita Eagan were elected to the Student Council to represent the Class of ,29. After the Christmas holidays, Hillhouse began a successful basketball season, finishing as runner-up in the Yale tourney. jimmy DeAngelis was chosen captain and Francis Begley, manager. In the Menorah Declamation Contest for juniors, Ed Hendrie won first prize, though he was hard pressed by Sam Mermin, Gene Rostow, and Irwin Grossman. Ken XYillis was president of Hi-Y, and Dave Lee, Fred Grant, and Ev Wiuestefeld were vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. respectively. Early in February the School Circle chose Frankie Camniarano, Aaron Hertz, Frank Beisler, Al Leveton, Frank Meadow, janet VVilder, and Bill Zimmerman. At Easter, the "Sentinel" held its annual banquet with Charlie Martin as toastmaster. The new staff, consisting of Gene Rostow, Editor-in-Chief, Phil Dwyer and jay Hall, Assistant Editors, Ed Hendrie. Sport Editor, Burt Stuart, Assignment Editor, and Edna Greenberg, Competition Editor was an- nounced. The Tri-Y again held elections. Lois McClean was made President and Nat Stirling, Treasurer. After a long competition for the "Gleam", Dave Yerkes was selected Editor-in-Chief, and Sumner Roberts, Business Manager. Shortly the greatest excitement of the year took place, as nominations for the class officers were made. After much campaigning, junie Gildea was elected president, Shirley Holabird, vice-president, Anne Haltinger, secretary, and Mlil- liam Mitchell, treasurer. A few weeks before school closed, fifty-three promin- ent juniors were tapped for the Monitor Squad, headed by Bob Stock, Marshal- in-Chief, and Rita Eagan, secretary. Meanwhile the baseball team was con- quering strong opposition, and after trouncing Commercial, Frankie Cammar- anno was chosen to lead the 1929 team. Almost all of the school oflices had now been filled by juniors, and it remained to elect the Class Book oiiicials. Dave Yerkes was elected Editor of this book, and Gordon Hastings, Business Manager. Thus ended the busiest year in the history of the Class of '29. and the linal exams were the only things that separated us from being seniors. E BUR'roN STUART 23 5: X 0 O 9 O T B Svrninr ihiainrg FALL ' Seniors at last, and we are on the final lap! The Monitor Squad swings into action, the Football Team warms up, and the Class of 1929 prepares to take its turn at directing school affairs. On the gridiron jimmy DeAngelis vies with junie Gildea in individual starring, and Hartford registers the seasons only setback. Captains XVally Eisenbart and Kurt Larson lead the Cross Country and Soccer Teams through triumphant seasons, while jack XVhitehead and Janice Stannard carry off individual honors on the tennis court. Socially, the Inter-Sorority Fair makes quite a splash in the pool. The "Sentinel', straw vote gives Governor Smith a fair lead over Mr. Hoover. There is no one to oppose junie Gildea in the class election, however, and he is again elected president without even the formality of ballot-casting. Shirley Holabird carries off the Vice-l'r'esidency by a narrow mar- gin, while Rita Eagan and Frank Meadow win the other oiiices. NVe celebrate the election by a ten day vacation, closing the fall season on the athletic field and in the class room. XVI NTER .limmy Dei-Xngelis leads the Basketball Team off to a fine start with ten suc- cessive wins to its credit. After being defeated in the final round of the Yale Tournament, the record stands at seventeen victories in twenty starts, and the team is presented with silver basketballs in recognition of its position in State athletic circles. The Hockey Team goes through a hard season unscathed, with joe Bishop and Ken XYillis leading the triumphal march. The Senior Social heads the bill upon the dance floor, Dick Burke handling it very effectively. The Minstrel makes a tremendous hit and has to be given twice, XVillis, Butler, and Kelly being in the spotlight and Jeff Morissey behind the scenes. The committee chairman- ships are for the most part hotly contested, and thc- final results follow: Pin Com- mittee, Jimmy DeAngelisg Picture Committee, Les York: Prom Committee, Bud Burger: Gift Committee, Frankie Cammaranoq and Class Day Committee, Kenny Vllillis. Then comes Easter and another rest from our labors. SPRING The Prom is the Prom as usual, and, of course, the event of the year, with nothing further left to be said. Baseball gets under way and everything looks rosy for the coming season. The "Gleam" bursts forth filled with the early efforts of budding geniuses, and edited this time by Bob Monaghan. Finally, graduation comes along, and we step down into the lowly ranks of alumni at last. 24 I I f 0 o o Q 5 V V V12 I hr Igrnpherg nf the Qllazn nf 1929 ia.. Z., I was skimming along a smooth stretch of Massachusetts road in a snug road- 5 ster one peaceful moonlight evening in july, 1938. The night was clear, the road, wide, and my speedometer read sixty-tive or thereabouts, when suddenly there was a screeching of brakes and a smashing of glass, and I found myself wrapped around a telegraph pole. The unfortunate driver of the other car came up just as I was untying myself. He was so angry he could only gurgle for about two minutes, and before he could do anything worse we recognized each other. lt was Bud Burger of all people. He cleared the pieces of his car off the road, and then we found mine, almost whole, in a nearby cornheld. XYhen we were comfortably seated and driving off towards Boston, Bud commanded, "Tell me all the news. Surely you've heard from some of the class of 1929 Fl' f'Yes, just oceans," I answered. "XYhy didn't you come to the 1954 reunion ?" "Oh, I was in Europe and couldn't make it'l Bud replied. "You know I pro- mote professional football games, and that year l happened to be abroad." 'WVell then, I'll begin with the fall of 1931," I said. "That year I went to Jacksons in Massachusetts and met Mildred Grovit who was president of the Sophomore Class, Phyl Bollman, Ed Beegan, Fred Vtfallace, and Art Scheppach. We had a gay time that year, but then I was expelled for thinking that college was a recreation hall, so I went to Hollywood, penniless. 'fOne afternoon I was sauntering through the Hollywood Grille, when I saw an attractive young woman coming briskly toward me. I recognized her as Yir- ginia Keller. f'She told me that she was a screen star and was now married. Ginger got me a position in one of the movie ofhces, and there I met my husband QRobert Mon- aghanj. I've always heard that Hollywood was a good place for a girl to get into trouble. Bob, you know, is the best known producer and director in Screenland. He often takes part in his big productions, too. "I met Vivian Luffey fthe famous tragic actress of the Paramount Studiosjj and her leading man, who was none other than Lionel Sutfin. She gave a house party for the stars, and invited johnnie Temple, .-Xnn Curran, Marjorie Lee fthe Snappy Comedies' foremost comedian 3, Jimmie Deifkngelis twhom Bob made famousj, Bob, and myself. Lennie Goode got in too. HNat Stirling is private secretary to the president of the First National bank, who is Frank Meadows. VV'ell, Frank always did have a knack for getting good jobs. "And did you know that Edith Stanslield is engaged to Charles 'Buddie' Rogers? Ede teaches him calisthenics. "You remember Eugene Rostow, don't you? 1Yell he's trying to defeat Bill Zimmerman for mayor of the city in the present election. 'KLots of our classmates," I continued, 'fhave become leaders in their profes- sions. Elinor Sudell is the specialty dancer in Arthur Murray, jur's. revue, Bith 25 C! 9 f O o ,l 2 o O Clifford is playing opposite Sherwood Day in "False Facesn, the best musical comedy of the year, Mildred Schwartz is head nurse of the Mount Sinai Hospital, and Lillian Perelmutter has become an artist. She painted n1y portrait when I visited Paris, and, my goodness, she's expensive. Myrtle VVeiner, by the way, has divorced Bill O'Brien. "And Zelly Smirnoff has become quite a concert master in Austria. "Coming in from Europe on the S. S. Majestic, I met vlacobs, Becker, and Blum, partners in a thriving pork business. 'AI-Tlorence Haynes and Edna Greenberg never went to college, but entered into business, and receive enormous salaries. Dave Sandler is a 'mammy' singer, and I believe, receives an income of about 320,000 per year." Here Bud interrupted me and asked about Butch Godfrey, Charles Gebhardt, Milt Vogt, and Simms Embler. "Oh yes, they opened up a skating rink, an all year round one. Now Butch is in his element, because he can torment Helen Thompson, and Doris and Pauline Stewart, who frequent the place occasionally. "By the way, Burt Stuart, Jeanette Hall, and Ken Vtillis are editors of the 'New York Times' Faith Cabot is only a reporter, but she docsn't mind. Phil Dwyer has 'become dean of the Yale Divinity school quite recently, and is quite the most popular man in New Haven, Dave Yerkes is the most prominent and youngest prime minister England has ever had. joe Testa is owner of a group of modiste chain shoppes. Of course you know that Bud Kennedy is a prize tighter, and Bob Halpin is his manager. "About two months ago I went to a trial in New York, and who was being tried for the murder of X'Valt Hanson but Alice Record by hludge Geoffrey Moris- seyl Samuel Mermin was .-Xlice's lawyer. Richard Siegle and Tess Knopf are still writing model book reviews for all the high schools in the country. Hulunie Gildea is Governor of Utah, and he has selected lidwin Trautman as his Treasurer. Anne Halfinger and David I.ee have finally entered into the solemn rites of matrimony. I met Lois lXIcClean over in Scotland several years ago and didn't recognize her for a minute, but when I noticed her hat I knew it couldn't be anyone else." Again Bud interrupted me and told me that he saw bl ack XVhitehead and Mary Hynes play doubles in Marseilles with Al Leveton and Sid Zweigbaum. They were defeated by the boys in straight sets. "Shirley Holabirdf, I said, " is a librarian in Georgia. CShe married a southernerl. Christella Schnelle, who, of course, was stimulated in drawing by that 'Yale Boy", entered the Yale Art School. Peggy Tilson, following family tradition, has gone into politics and is legislating for bigger and better hoard walks in Atlantic City. "Arline Curtiss is a most promising aviatrix, having made a record flight from Canada to Mexico, winning a prize of 310,000 "I ran over Ray Piontek in l935," I said. "The court this honor Nathan Fitch was judgel only fined me one dollar because Ray was walking too fast. 26 I :- 0 O 0 O 7 B "l noticed in this evenings paper that Bob Dugan who has recently made a million in oil stocks, has opened up a minimum corporation in .f'Xfrica, and is hir- ing Gordon Hastings to manage it for him. "Ed Hendrie is a popular surgeon in Italy, and while I was in lfurope I also met Bill Moore tthe follow who loaned his flashy neckties and socks to Miss Green- wood with which to decorate the gymj. lie is trying to solve some of the trade problems in Russia. The Soviet Leader tl.eslie York, 'the handsomelj is very obstinate about commercial matters. "Rita Eagan spends all her leisure hours at Monte Carlo. She gets from three to six proposals every week. Une came from Frank Cammarano whom Rita im- mediately squelched. Helen Iiebabian, who is also there, has been married and divorced three times. Some duke is rushing her now. "I went to a bridge at Sandy Horton's home last month. Dick Burke, Dick Lynch, and Edith Stiles were among those whom I knew. Harold Banquer was there also and he told me that he was a stage manager in a Broadway theatre and a poet in his spare time. "Midge Geddes, Kay Foran, Frances Alden and Marion Duffy are the proud owners of a dress shoppe on Fifth Avenue. They invited the girls to their annual fashion parade which they are holding next Friday afternoon. Dot Becker, janet Pearce, and Doris Baldwin are among their mannequins. John Hastie and Frank Cameron censor all the gowns before they can be sold. "Helen Taylor has established a beauty parlor, and continues to charm Al Dyer who comes in every day for a manicure. Ida Themper is a school teacher in Maine. Wihen Mil Haesche was doing social work there, she could hardly dis- tinguish Ida from her pupils. Mort Krall, Bill Stewart, and Johnnie Burns are playing professional football in New York. l suppose you've heard that janet VVilder has broken all records in track swimming and has beaten all the best tennis players inthis country and in England. Dick Barrows turned his natural propen- sity to advantage, and writes 'VVhat The lVell-Dressed Man Vlfill XYear' for sever- al magazines. "Of course we had both read of Bill Mitchellys success as an architect and re- called that Bill had always had a good head for building Cwooden buildingsj. "Dick Lyner had also got himself in the papers by the popularity of his Euro- pean three-ring circus. Of course Dick would make a success of a circus! My memory was just about exhausted by this time and so I had to use my imagination for a while. l told Bud that Butch Constantino had entered the ministry and Rosalie Schroeder had joined the Salvation Army but he laughed so that I decided I had better stick to fact. As we drove into the city I realized that his thoughts of our high school days had made Bud forget the accident of the afternoon. So I restrained the impulse to ask him to our hotel for dinner, and decided that my husband's conversation and obscurity would be pleasantest while we remained in town. 27 4 , 1 1 0 O 0 Q josii ABR iM 7E:li,yfm St. . enterec from Orange Qtreet School. Ile was a .1 . illlem rn nf the lawn e 1 S mem er of the Football Squad. the Spanish Club, the Freshman Dramatic Club, and the .-X, A-X. for four years. He is preparing for Carnegie Tech. EVA T. Aimms liva's hobby is reading. She entered Hillhouse from the Orange Street School and will enter Normal School after graduation. josieif A. :5x1Jl.lCkHURS'1' 57 Nash St. Don came to Hillhouse from XYorthington llooker Grammar School and was a member of the Class l-look Board. Chairman of the Picture Committee of the lilec- tricity Club, and a member of the Class Picture and Prom Committees. He is going to be an electrical engineer and can be told a mile away by his starched collars. ll Machson St. JULIA AD1N01.1f1, 119 E A elimouville. Conn. Jule was a member of the French Club, Hillhouse Play- ers,' Sigma Honor Society, and Senior Chorus. Her hob- by 1S skating and she is going to Normal School. iiULDIE Al.1s1aR'1' Zoo llixwcll Ave. Before coming to Hillhousc Gwen graduated from lvy Street School and she is planning to go to Storrs College. At high school she was in the Motto Club and the Fresh- man Glee Club. Her hobby is dancing. 28 C' FR.xNcEs DEVO .-XLDE , fffoo Central Ave. wx W. . . . Fran graduated' ,roin Sl1CI'lCl3H junior High and 1n- te11ds to e11ter Mt.XHolyoke. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, Senior Chorus, Pin Committee, Glee Club, and the Girls' Basketball Team. Her hobby is driv- ing. ISRAEL .ALEINIKOFF 275 Greenwich Ave. T X Amo ' Izzy entered Hfillhouse ' from Truman Street School and is preparing 'r Yale. - H6,.W3,Q',H'H1C er of the Or- chestra, rgxggzfcvjniiliadv, anffflievprcigressixfe Society. Tennis is his IT6 my. li1.IzAIsETH :XLLARA 2494 NVhitney Ave. Betty prepared at Centerville School a11d plans to enter Mt. Holyoke in the Fall. Her hobby is horseback riding. XKIRGINIA MARIE ALLEN 73 Kensington St. jean prepared at Putnam Avenue School, and intends to enter VVashington Art School. She was a member of the Basketball Team. liI.Iz,xBE'r1I B. ALLESON 212 Humphrey St. Betty came to Hillhouse from the Lovell School and E expects to enter the Yale Music School. She was a mem- ber ot the Senior Chorus and her hobby is ice skating. 29 C 5 ' f I 2 HELEN BLACK Al.l.1SoN b 52 Avon St. Mickey ttanie from 'ti1CQ!YOrlhl11gtO1l Hooker School and intends td go K9 Nnorgmal Selloql. She was a member ot bl. ll. V, Reading Cixlcle, Hiking Club, Tri-Y, and A. KX. Ani-lim: .eXM.xRlxx'ri: 223 Greene St. Dolly came to Hillliouse after graduating from the Columbus School. Her hobby is music. ,XNTHONY Amxro 94 Lake Place Anthony entered from the Orange Street School, and plans to go to the Yale School of Fine Arts. Axrmuaxx' Bl. .'XMA'l'RUIN1, A Q0 ll 79 Carmel St. Amie entered from Troup and is going-' to the Univer- . ' N 5 . sity of Pennsylvania. He was a member ot the Basket- ball Squad and the Italian Club. l3RR'1'n. C. .-Xnneasox l5O Beacon Ave. Swede came to Hillliousc from Xlooclward Grammar School. He was a member of the Motto Club and the A. A., and he is going' to 1Xli2iSS?1Clll1SCllS College of Pllar- maey. 30 F 3' 1 O O " 1 2 Q ' 8 HELEN l.n.i.i.xN .XNIDERSCDN 30 Hazel St. Helen is a graduate of Ivy Street School and intends to enter Normal School. lQUD0l.I'H XV. IXNDICRSON, I0 2 823 Quinnipiac Ave, Rudy entered from Strong School ' nd plans to continue his edue' ' 1 at Y le. .-Xt lllhous e lrwiii- tor Sqn . a in of 19x ' ng eain and Cap- tain of t ' oi e 5' r. RU'rn l':I.lZ.XlSlC'l'lI Axmzusox, fb E 255 lidgewood Ave. Ancly prepared at Troup blunior High and is planning to enter Storrs College. She was a ineniher of the Sopho- more Motto Cluh, Senior Chorus, and the A. .X Skating is her hohhy. .XNNE l'. ANDREIA' 58 Taylor Ave. Ann entered Hillhouse from the Sheridan junior High and will study nursing at the Hartford Hospital. ln her Sophomore year she was a nieniher of the Chorus, the Motto Cluh, and the S. tl, l.. C, .Ns a .Iunior she joined the Hiking Cluh and was later a nieinher of the Basket- hall Teani. Her hohhy is traveling. IQDNA tikllflflx .,XN1i1:i2ws 2795 XYhitney .-Xve. E came from Mt. Carmel tirannnar School. She was a nleniher ot the Monitor Squad, Senior Chorus, Girls Reserves, and .'X. fx. Her hohhy is skating. 31 5 V B Z4 . , 0 ' l2i.iz,xisla'1'Ii .X Nrnoxx' Betty gracluzitccl from South Royalton Ciraminar School and is entering Vlfellesley. DoRIs C. .'XI'l'l,lCfQ.X'l'E Dot is Z1 gl'2lflllZilC of Clinton Avenue School. She was a member of the Hiking the A. .-N. ll.xRRx' .XNTlil.l., .X I' E 9 XYhite St. Harry entered Hillhouse from the Truman Street School. lle was Z1 member ' tlie ,ministry Club, the Prog 1 'sive Sofiefy, t 4 F 'sl 1 'rn Varsity Yllrestling Tean . llffe .x,yx. is 1 y '. oin collecting. 90 Marvel Road Yixcizxr .losiavn .Xxyziasici 19 Pardee Sr, Vine plans to stucly chemical engineering at Tri-State Lollege. He was a member of the Athletic Association. Astronomy is his hobby. 192 Peck St. Club. Soplioniore Cilee Club, and GRACE .AXNNA .M-Uzzo 109 Sylvan Ave. Trixy gracluaterl from Scranton School and is prepar- ing for the Normal School. Aviation :incl reading are her hobbies. She was a member of the ltalian Club and the A. A. 32 .ADELBERT HUBBARD ' , 15 Shepard St. X 5- 5 X o 0 Q O Q e s iXDEl.li AIARION :XRAKELIAN 44 Garden St. Frisie prepared at Troup Junior High and intends to enter l,z1sell Seminary. PETER ARnoR1o 80 Park St. Pete Caine from Troup 'lunior High School and intends to enter Renssalaer. Lf 2 Tnomms ii 4' RONOX'I'l'7I 143 O St. Ir' h c me om Trayg and 1 study engineering. 'Qs 1 me ' c Footba and VVrestl1ng Teams. ELNORA BAKER :XSKINS 48 Foote St. E1 prepar cl at Ivy treet School, and plans to enter Normal Sch ol. Sl 'is a iember of the Senior Chorus and the A. . ie is ier hohhy. I Z5 ,, 1 I! ' of ' Helly Cl'ItC1'Cg,fI'X'flll tlyflvfz Street School and was a member of the fffrack '1 E'QIj'l. He intends to go to Pratt lnstitute of Technology. 33 ' X 0 O Q 0 5' B C.x1m11Qi.,x lXlARIli :XYI'I'AHll.lC 52 Collis St. A-X. A-X. :md ber hobby is piano playing, I A l5i2LI.,x 4XXEI.R0D 942 Asylum St. Belle graduzitcd from VVoodward School and is going to the New llnven Normal School of Gymnastics. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Der Deutsche Yerein. .X QX., and the Sophomore Gym Lezlflersliip Club. l llokls hl.XRY l'iAI.llVX'lN 20 lfilbert St., Spring Glen Frenchie graduatecl from Orange Street School and is going to Emerson College. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus. Sophomore llrznnatie Club, Cllee Club. Tri-Y. Senior Cfliorus. French Club, and College Club. EDXYARID 'lkioxlixs Bixlimwix 184 l'utnam Ave. Eddie was 21 member of the Motto Club, Orchestra, Hockey and Tennis Teams and the Chemistry Club. He is going to Pratt Institute and came to Hillhouse from the Putnzun A-Xvenue School. ' 34 Millie is Zl graduate of Columbus School and is going to be Z1 kindergarten teacher. She was Z1 member of the B X o of . O Q X CQXBRIEI. li.xl.s,xA1o 4 Penn Ave., liast Haven Tony entered 'lll se from the Union Grammar School and is a 1 Cl r of the Electricity Club and the Athletic .'Xssociation. His hobby is hunting. H A 11:19 Xyi?.I QlTlER, QD B 448 George St. al came to Hillhouse t m 'lfroup Sc loo . nd is pre- preparing for Rensallaer Polytechnic ns ' He was a fnember of the "Sentinel" Business Board, and the Hill- house Players, of which he was Stage Manager and light- ing Director. Fizux l3.fxlm'1gfx J 4 710 Grand Ave. I Fil entered from the Orange Street School and is pre- paring for Yale. At Hillhouse he was a member of the French Club, the Motto Club and the Poster Club, and was the .-Xrt Editor of the Class Book. BLANCHE BARBARA HARNETT, 111 E CD 315 George St. Bobbie graduated from Roger Sherman School and is plannlng to take up nursing at the Grace Hospital. At Hillhouse she was in the Glee Club and the Debating Society. Her hobby is dancing. ,Xxxli C. li,xRRET'r 758 Grand Ave. Sugar came to Hillhousc from Hamilton Grammar School and will go to Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the Monitor Squad and her hobby is dancing. 35 l R' S 0 li DoRo'rHx' j. BARRETT 210 Lenox SL. Dot graduated from Strong and intends to go to Normal School. lmislcl, BARRETT 210 Lenox St. lsaluel graduated from Strong School and was a menilmer of the Athletic Association. ,Y 1.V'y-1" ' X ,Al 'Xl' GRACE D.xRl.1Nrs B.xRRows 28 Admiral St. Grace prepared at Ivy Street School and intends to enter Normal School. Swimming is hor hobby. TQICHARD li. l3.xRRows, A E K 991 Townsend .-Xvc. Deacon cntcrcd New Haven High from Vtfoodward Grammar School. He was a memlmcr of thc Gym Team. Hi-Y, thc llin Committee, and thc Class Book Business Board. His liolmlmy is gym work. m BEATRICE ISASSET 393 NYintlirop,.'Xvc. Boa entered from Troup hlunior High and plans to cn- ter Barnard College. Her hobby is dancing. 36 l'llERl4liR'll l3.x'r'r 40 Sylvan Ave. ,Herbie graduated from Scranton Street School and is i going to study medicine at N. Y. U. He was a member ot the Motto Club and the Orchestra. His hobby is tennis. lii.iz.xmi'i'i1 BAUMAN 148 Hubinger St. Betty came to Hillhouse from Troup -lunior High School and was a member of the Athletic .-Xssociation. C1i.xi:l.lcs liiiixku 15 Rlflllllllllll St. Chick was a member of the Electricity Club and the Athletic .-Xssociation. He entered from the Cnion Gram- mar School. Yixciaxr .lllSl2PII B12,xL"rox 225 Hemingway Ave. Yin came to us from St. Francis School and plans to enter Storrs College. His hobby is bowling and he was a member of the A. A. .X. t'1.1ifi-'oium Bizclucu 38 Concord St. Cliff came to llillhouse from the llixwell .Xvenue School and is planning to attend VX'est l'o'int ixlillfiilyg.'xL'2lClCl1ly. He was a member of the Freshman lfoothall and llaslcet- ball Teams and was active in Varsity Track and Crosf Country. He was a member ol' the Radio Club. Senior Chorus, llillhouse Players and Der Deutsche Yerein. 37 f G- we 2 Z 5 512.00 HARRY Aixuox lSlic'KER, IDB 46 Redfield St, Hal prepared at Truman Street School, and plans to enter Yale and to study medicine. He was a member of the Freshman Debating Society, Freshman Dramatic Club, the Inter-Fraternity Council, and was the Manager of the Varsity Vifrestling Team and Competition Manager of the "Sentinel". FRANCIs Bisurm' Spoofy was a member of the Monitor Squad, Hillhouse and York Square lxlaxyers, 'Hi-Y, and was Manager oi the Basketball Team. He plans to attend Amherst. LJURUTIIY lover: lilic1iER lll Gorham Ave. Dot came to us from Church Street School. She was a member of the Sophomore and -lunior Yolleyball Teams and was Secretary of the N. l'. Reading Circle, a mein- ber of tl1e Senior Executive Committee, Monitor Squad, and Business Board of the Class Hook. EDXYARIJ XY. lil-Qicoxx, 1' A wlf 15 West Rock Ave. Ed was 1 the S iii iminff an ater Polo Teams and was a m 1 1 of ehman Motto Club and the lfreshman 'oo mall and Bas ball Squads. , . IQRNI-:sr HENRY Br1LD1xo O7 Sanford St., lfast llaven Ernest came to Hillhouse from Cnion lirammar School and is going to lake up business and commerce adminis- tration. lYhile at High School he was a member of the Freshman Dramatic Club and the Spanish Club. His hobby is athletics. 38 fi f of O 5 . Q Q 5' B lon BE1.oUs, H E II 44 Vernon St. I-do entered from Troup junior High and is going' to train for nursing at Grace Hospital. She was a member of the Girls' Debating Society, Girls' Glee Club. Senior Chorus, and the JX. .'X. Her hobby is driving. H num' ISENDER 48 Kensington St. Hank came to us from the Troup junior High School and will enter Yale. His hobby is sports. lie was Treasurer of the French Club, and a member of the Has- ketball Squad and the A. .X His hobby is sports. hlrxeon HIQNDER 52 Hurlburt St. Jake gr' uat l from the T 'unian Street School and will enter Yale a X of the Cercle Francais. the Chem? try Clu J, and the ebating Club. f,I.lVE Rosie Branorr 425 Temple St. ljabs entered from Torrington High and is going to Normal School. She was a niember of the Glee Club. Senior Chorus, and Tri-Y. Her hobbies are dancing' and swimming. pXcsNEs R1'1'.x lil'IRl.0NI 71 Minor St. Bobbie came to Hillhouse from Prince Street School and is planning' to enter Normal School. Dancing is her hobby. 39 o T 5 Y 2 1 0 O 0 O 7 B ,lixmlcs BERNAimo 216 NVest St. llruno entered from Truman Street School and will go to colleffe. He was a member ot the Cross Country X.. Q BERNARD l'. l31c1aN5'rE1N 111 Greenwood St. Banker came to Hillhouse "om Troup and will enter the New York LJl11VQ1AS1Q'iSC u of Commer'e and lfi- nance. He was SCCI'CtZ1l'j o ie 1' c eiety, a member of the Dramatic Soc' nc ie A. 1 Mlxkrox B. BIERNSTEIN 21 lild 51. Mal prepared at Orange Street School and intends to enter Normal School. She was a member of the -I. M. l'. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus. Debating Society, and was a Freshman Cheer Leader. ICATHRYN :XDRIAN BETTS, GJ P gd ' , we St. I T xl Kathryn came to us from Troup mor Higl is planning to go to Normal School. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle. Swimming is her hobby. lioizlcm XYol.1f Brxcn 24 Maple St. Bob graduated from the Straughton Grammar School, Straughton, Mass., and will enter Yale. lle belonged to the German Club, the Rifle Team, and was Yice- President of the Chemistry Club. Coin collecting and astronomy are his hobbies. +07?ifMJi"L1f' 0 . .. and Track Teams. H15 favorite expression is "NXl1oopeel 2 l I as p l If' - A, 7 -7 , I',Y,1 11.1, ' --5 .1-".f'l-'V""" ,l K, f XX a . v 5 X :- O 0 0 0 V 8 IQRICH linain. 522 Newhall St. lfrieh graduated fronid Newh ll Street Sciool. He was a member of the lJrarnaQg,Clu , aqml the, i-X. X B1-zxriaicia BINNEY, li. Tr- 134 XY. lihn St Hee came to us from Sheridan and intends to entei XYellesley. She was a inemher of the Monitor Squad. .lixmiiis l'loR'roN liisuolf 371 Tliompson Ave., liast Haven Hooks is a graduate of Uni iwijraii 'r Selool and plans to he an electrical e wi e Xklh' ' ise he was a niemher of the ai uh. His favorit ex- pression is "Y Como". . j , Team. RUTH XY. lSi'1"1'I2i:1.1c:K, E N E 56 Avon St. Bitter graduated from Nkprtliington Hooker School and expects to go to l,arson's Secretarial School. She be- longed to the bl. M. P. Reading Circle, Tri-Y, and the QX. QX. Tennis is her hobby. 41 , 11. l , ua. i Al dxf' V' .TosEPH B1s11oP 107 McKinley Ave. Qninee Caine to us from Sheridan and intends to study dentistry in l'ennsylvania. He was captain of the Hockey Dw1cs11'r XY. BLAIR Z8 Heat Rock Ave. f Q ii 2 flies I 1 josm-11 W11.L1AM 131111211 825 1111111 St. fx joe? hobby IS slecplng 111 school. He came to H111- 1 house from Shericlan ancl will enter Normal School. I : lilair caine to Hillhouse from Scranton Street School and was a n1e111lJcr oi the Hi-Y and the Electricity Club. Houma C, 151.1xNc111x1m 27 1'onc1 St. Roger gracluatecl from lvy Q1I'Z1l11l112lI' School anrl was a l1l6ll11JCI' of the A. A, ancl Cl1C1lllS1l'5' Clnlm, ' 1 Cn1x1u.Es XY11.1-1.1x1 B1.i1TcH1.1-11' 219 Blatchlcy Ave. Clll1L'1i came to 1111311131156 from St. Rose's ancl intends to cntcr Notre .llgni-. He bclongccl to the l'l1'CS1l11lZ11l Glec Clulm. Chorus, 211111 Track Team, and was a 111en1luer of thc A. A.. Senior Glce Club, Senior C1lOl'l1S. and 51111111511 Club. PAUL A. 3I.fJND!kN I lf- 175 Dover St. Paul a14fcg'flQo111 t'1v'CQ!t.l'lZl:1gZs'lgcl1k1r1,1. ' 42 1 5' I O Q o O .1 . . 1 , SAMUEL IRVING BLUMI, CIP B, 3 Frank St. slit nie entere ' o 'rtiiiiagreet School. He x s er f th est ' ea he Debating Clu eutsehe Verein, the all Team, and the P ssive Society. Sam is going to Taft Dental School. JANE RICHARDS ROARDMAN, K M E 441 lforbesjiiegvavlj, Boardy prepared at XYoodward Selioolefgltj-rrfenffs to be a dental hygienist. She was cnlgnber the Basketball Team, Hiking Club, and A. A A l'HY1.1.1s S. Bo1.1.MAN, B. T.- 120 Dwight St. Phil prepared at Sheridan junior High School. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, Senior Chorus, Monitor Squad and the Inter-Sorority Council. . X Cxi 3 LOUISE lVlARIA BoLoGNEsE 231 Greene St. Lou was a member of the Italian Club. She came to us from Columbus School and is planning to enter lN01'l1lZ1l School. Drawing is her hobby. S01-'HIE I3oRNs'l'lc1N 177 Davenport Ave. Bernie entered from Troup and is going to enter l'ratt's Institute for Designers. She was a member of the Ger- man Club and the A. A. 43 tif" Q X 2 1 0 0 o O ' 8 Dokoriiv Iiorwicia 29 Kensington St, Dot entered Hillhouse from Troup ,lunior High School and was a member of the French Club, the Senior Chorus. and the Sigma Honor Society. She is going to Normal School. lil-IORGIE l'l1l'l'XYICK 22 King Place George plans to enter the New Haven School of l"har- macy. He was a member of the School Orchestra. Miialixxl l':lll'1'H liorwixiii, ll E ll 450 Norton Sl. Mini came to us as a graduate of Troup .lunior High. and intends to go to Smith College. She was a member of the Debating Society and A. .'X. Her hobby is horseback riding. 'IOSEPHINE Hoylaxx 235 Howard Ave. jinks graduated from St. john's School and is to enter Grace Hospital, She was a member oi the Hillhouse Players. Italian Club, and Senior Chorus. Her hobbies are dancing, skating, and football. ALMA 'l'RLi'rH BR.xnl,m' 388 Sherman Ave. Al prepared at lvy Street School and intends to study interior decorating. 44 5 2 .O " linwako BR.xol,isx' 28 Cottage St. Shorty came from the Orange Street School and was a member of the Orchestra, Band, and Gym Team. He is preparing for Yale. Tri-Y. XYii.i.i.xM BREUNIG 49 Truman St. Hill entered Hillhouse from Truman Street Grammar Sehool and was a member of the Varsity VVrestling Team. Captain of Sophomore XVrestli11g, and the Track Team for 3 years. His hobby is pole vaulting and he is going to Holy Cross. HARVEY l,. RREVVER Babes hobby is hunting and he Pharmacy. .TENNlZ'I"l'E li. Bklxsmuma 1926 Chapel St. len came to Hillhouse from Susan Sheridan Iunioi' High School, She was a member of the Field Hockey Squad and her hobby is art. 45 Street School. He will go to the HELEN E. HRENNAN 172 lfountain St. Hel prepared at Sheridan junior High ter Virginia College. She was on the and plans to en- Basketball and Volleyball Teams for two years, and was a member of 1648 State St. entered from the State Conne etieut College of Q . f 0 0 " 1 2 " V B I, u-, 1 , IXLBERT LINDERHILL BRIs'rgyl'i'J 133 Hobart Si. . 3 'W Bris ei' ne, 'llhonse from Sheridan and is planning to enterl iell. He was a member of the Radio Club and Hi-Y. lX1.XZIMIiR Cn,xR1.i2s Hlzooowy 20 Fairview Ave. Kaz entered from Sheridan junior High and ex- pects to go to the Connecticut College of Pharmacy. lie was a member of the Gym Team, the Orchestra, Hand, and Cihorus. Dancing' is his hobby. LEON Bleooxs Y A fb 13 Ev .rit St and i' oii Q na. Hx 'as a iember of the Moni tor qia . Br ksy cam fTOIIl. X ChOOl I.Uen.LE EI.IZ.XI3I2TIi I-hzowx 35 Townsend St. Lucy graduated from Union School, XY. H., and intends to go to Normal School. She was a member of the French Vlnb. Reading is her hobby. l MAX BRONX' y 29 Hurlburt St. - x I 1 V1 " Br wnie me fro 'I ruman. He was lreasurer ot the IN X131 ' 'et ' a member of the German Club, and Meno Q1 S. obby is drawing and painting. He IS going To Xenia ,Drk University. E f l 1 46 A fl ' 2 , 1 O 0 O 0 .1 , L1 n ' V' L - . Rom-:RT Hieowx ' 1 ,V1 K . 1032 Dixwell Ave. s ' r - Bob canzelqjuf from Troup -lunior High. He was a member of the Spanish Club, Hillhouse Players, Rifle Club and was active in the Freshman Dramatic Club and the Freshman lfootball Team. 'l'HEREs.x BURNS 15 Oregon Ave. Terry came to New Haven High from the Church Street School. Hamden. She was a member of the French Club and the A. A, and intends to enter Normal School. lflmixkn A. liven 141 XYest Rock Are. Bucltyxwas Il member of the lilectricity Club and the Athletic ,hsoeiptibfm He entered Hillhouse from the Sheridan .lunior lligh School. 5, Qimoys KATHERINE Humax 72 lilihu St., Hamclen Gladys graduated from Union Grammar School and plans to go to Mount Holyoke College. She was a mem- ber of the French Club. Chemistry Club, and the Girls' Debating Club. lAlARY lil'I.I.IER 93 Skirt St.. Hamclen Skeezix entered New Haven High School from the Cen- terville Grammar School. She was a member of the Spanish Club and A. A. and is going to Secretarial School. 47 5 Z 37 o o O fl 2 0 U - " B CH.XRLU'l"l'E li'r'r.x RUNS!-31.1, H5 llishop St. Bunny prepared at XVOi'lllll1gtO1l Hooker and will enter Lasell Sepxindlrljfi thezfall. She .was a lllCIl.llJCl'.Ot the Hiking Q ubymicl the X, QX. Dancing and swunnnng are her hobbies. I V l K! I l'll.lE'I'CHliR lii'Ro1aR '- i 43 PCTMITS Sl- . I r Hud entered from St. 'glarfs Military .Xeademy and is going to Notre llainer l-le was a member of the Foot- ball, Baseball, andxlXlonitor Squads, the Senior Chorus. and was tfhaimnan of the Prom Committee. l2S'l'lIliR l,i.XTI'lERlNli BURKIQ 1020 Chapel St. Es came to us from Sheridan junior High and plans to enter New York L'niversity. She was a member of the Field Hockey Team, Hiking Club, liasketball ,llCZ1ll1, Tri- Y, and the A. A. fill.RERT Q'1i.xRI.Es BURKE 939 Elm St. Berky entered from Susan Sheridan and plans to enter West Point. He was a member of the RiHe Team. ,lA11Es CLARKE IZVRKE, 103 Mansfield St. a If . , - ' Jim, who eaniefto Hllll1dlEl9Cfff0Ill the Ivy Street School. was on tlll7'flll'ZlQli TQi1'l1'l during all four years. ln his Freshmafi' and Se11.if0r years he was on the Swimming Team, and he plans to enter Yale in the fall. llis hobby is athletics. 48 wi 5 ., 1 2 Q f a Rrc'l1.xRn l-EURKIQ, A I IC l92O tfliapel St. Dick enterecl f Q11 Sheridan .Iunior High and is going to l,ZlI'UllUl1tll,., l c was Manager of the Swiinining learn. Cliairinaii of the Soeial Connnittee, a nicniher of the Monitor Squzul, Hi-Y. Sophomore ljffllllillll' C'luh :incl the XYz1ter l'olo ,lit'Fl1Il RUTH S. l3l'RNs Burnsie entered from Milford Grzuinnar School zmcliis ' going' to Simmons. Her hobby is driving, - . Nlnxrox I-Rush, S2 A 391 Ivnplgir Si, ' 1 1 X 'Milt entererl Hillho se ll'01l14, Cl toniiXx'ei1u2Seliool. His hohhy is trzlvelliig 'Nell was Yice-Vresiclent of the Glee Cluh and Vresitlent of the Oreliestrzl. Milt intends to enter Yule. .loux 'l'i-iomxs Hlikxs 416 lbuvcnport .Xu-, -. johnny graduated from Colunihus School :incl is cntcrf ing' Dzlrtinouth. Ile w:1's'a memlmer of the Football, Hase- l - 1 - V ' - hall, ancl'-Munxtfav-?wq11acls, Prom C cwnffiiktiftnfe, the Executive :incl Social Cominiltees, anrl the Motto Club. 96 Norton St. , 'l Fuxxrics :XLICE BURs1H:x' So Harmon St. Franny entered Hillhousc from the Spring Glen School :incl will attend a medical school. She was Z1 meinher of the FI'CSllI1lZlll ancl Soplioinore Girls' llzisketlnztll Squads. and the .L .-X., and was Vrcsiclent of the Sophomore fiyni l.l'?lflGT'S' Cluh. 49 A' lim Y 2 f 0 0 9 Q ' 8 XX'1l,1.1,xx1 liussizu. 04 lfraucis St., liast llawii Hill is a graduate of Gcrrisli .Xvciliic lirammar School. Ht: was a member of tllc lfreslimau Tcimis Team and Varsity Swimming Squafl. lllClCX.XRll klHSlil'll l3l"l'm'1 21: 23 Elliott St. I .1 -nj J 1 Z W A I , , . ,. ,,., , 8 I-lcriiic camo from St. jolmis. He was a memlwr of tlw liarliu ancl SUI7llUlllUl'C llramatic Clulms, Qruss Country. :mtl l'll'L'SlllIlZll1 lraclt Tcams, aml llw .'X. QX. ANNA H. livin: 370 Urcliarcl St. l-lycr cutorcrl from 'l'r0up Scliool ancl will attend Lar- scm's Secretarial Scliuol. Slic was a mcmlmcr Of the bl. Nl. l'. Reading Circle ancl the Ut-lmating Society. Sports arv licr lmlnlmy. l'1,Xl'l'll Cfxnwr, .-X. A-X. 10 licntcr l'lacc lfaitli cutcrccl Higli School from Slicriclzm junior lligli. Her liolmliy is clanciiig. Slic was a member ui thc 'llfl-Y. Hillllousc Players. lficlcl llrmckcy 'l'cam, and Vrcsiclciit of the College Club. 50 5. i 2 2- i X o 0 X 0 Q 7 Q liI.lC.XNORE lXlAR1r: CAINE 42 'l'hircl St. Nona was a member of the Senior Chorus, Glee Club, and Freshman Volleyball Team. She went to the Tru- man School and will stucly nursing' at Grace Hospital. l':l,E.XNUR CAI.l..XHAN 398 Ellsworth Ave. lil is preparing to enter XYellesley College. She was a member of the A. A. FRANK C.xMmcoN, A A V situ.,-JH", E 15 Aug-ur St, ,ff 1 lfranknp . 'utnam Avenue School and intends to enter ale. He was a member of Hi-Y, Glee Club, Chorus, lfonitor Squad, Executive Committee, Picture Connnittee, l7reshman Baseball ancl Sophomore Hockey Teams. l"R.xNK PIQTER CAINIINIARANQJ, A Cel ll 167 County St. Cam gracluatecl from lvy Street School and plans to enter Holy Cross. He was Captain of the Baseball Team. a member of Football ancl Basketball Teams, School Circle, Monitor Squad, Italian Club, Chairman of Gift ., Connnittee, Hillhouse Players, anrl lixecutive Connnittee. 7 I 1 , --5 5. A- -14"-W QQ Q l -AQ limxxxium FR.xNc'is tlwiixxxo 322 Iiast St. Hroneho came to us from Hamilton and intends to ear- ry on his stuclies in Alabama. 51 4 o I Q X Q Q 0 ' B Ro1.1.1x T. Lfxxli'i:r:1.1. l77 West Rock Arc. fZlll1IJlJ6ll grzuluatccl from Shcriclzin junior lligh School and is preparing for Drew University. HQ hclongccl to the A-X, .rX. and the Scnior Chorus. .Xxrnoxv f.ANDl'lIi.X 54 Day St. Tonyls hohhy is music and he will enter N. Y. U. llc cznne to Hillhonsc from thc Troup junior High School. 'l1IlUM.XS Ciiaoium fl.XNliI,l.l 7823 Hill St. Tiintznn came to Hillhousc from Prince Slrcct School and will go to Carnegie Tech. lioothall and hziskethzill :irc his holmhies. ki.XRI,4l fll,-XRI.I2S Q1Ahl2'l"l'l 09 Hill St, Hcnic grziclnzitccl from Princc Sire-ct c,iI'Zlll1lllEll' School nncl is preparnig for Alahzlnm. l,1l.I.l.XX Ql.xNNoN Zl Comlgc Si. to UU . c , N . , 'QS ' lTlClll HCI Kei cpzn c X St, l,oui.' hool. and is planning 5 oi S l l ' Vi .1 l ' of Tri-Y, Frenc "lin, Sc-nio l us, Baskctlmzill Sqnacl, :incl thc .fX. A. Sports are h iohhy, l 52 K R e 1 we wfts it Basketball I 0 I Q X ., Q Q ' B Ri"ri-1 M.-xsox tlxwxox, li M Z 373 liclgewoocl Aye. BUttC1'Cj,1.P'Cllt e fron " p an is going to New 4 , the Hillhousc mars. ani ri-Y. Her hobby is ramaties. CHEs'r1zR H. CARl.QU1s'1', A E K 9 Quintin St. Chet came to Hillhouse from Putnam ,Xyenuc School. He was a member of Hi-Y in his Freshman year and be- longed to the Senior Hi-Y, and the Spanish Club. tfhel is going to Pratt Institute. His hobby is tennis. ANNA L. C,xRLsoN 50 Pardee Place. Iiast Haven Ann came from tierrish Grammar School and is going to Simmons College. She was a member of the Fresh- man and Sophomore Motto Clubs, Tri-Y, French Club. ancl .l. M. P. Reading Circle. Her hobby is skating. :XRTUUR Crximsox Xorthforcl, fonn. Art entered from fo h cl Center School and plans to e11tetfXV'sleyan. e was a member of the .Xthletic ,Xssocia 'on. X lfmcn tfxaiuxo 44 tiirarcl Ave. Fritz came to Hillhouse from Columbia Grammar and was a member of the :Xthletie Association. He is going to prep school. 53 oo - Q X O O 1 Q Q ' B MiNRY GlERAl.lJlNE flARl'IENTllCRl 193 Spring St. Mary graduated' from St. hIohn's School ancl is going to Normal School. She was a member of the lireneh Club and her hobby is reading, Kiwis l'iR.'XNCliS l,,X'l'RlCI.X CAR'1'Eu 147 Yiew St. , N . K 1. f. lxyaye g'I'21dK1Zll6Cl.TV01Ql lzoxfell Grammar School and plans tybeirger l'reQyytfef'.11'i'llf1sgSiGrlito become a clietieian. She fa: 'nm be ftl H 'lh l'laQr,i,.ancl Tri-Y, xi sxtn cro ie L-js ex .X HELEN Qxsliv 745 Grancl Ave. Len came from Hamilton Cirammar School. She was a member of Tri-Y, French Club, Dickens Club, and .X A. She is going to Normal School. MixRcs.xR1a'1' M. Casicx' 38 Shelton St. Peggy prepared at St. Roses. She was a member of the Athletic Association and l7reshman Chorus. llanemg is her hobby. -lUs'r1N L. Cixsuxlixx 30 Ford St. Ducky came from Ivy School. He was a member of the Freshman Dramatic Club, Freshman Swimming Team. Varsity Swimming Team, XYater l'olo Team. and Hill- liouse Players. He is going to Yale. 54 and intends to go to college. -...,., 5 Y 1 1 O O O 0 ' B liimvvxxko Cfxso 283 james St. Iiclwarcl came to Hillhouse from Clinton Avenue School CIUXIRE Kl,xR1E Cxssiouv . 45 'l'ilton St. My C L A fn, Claire cnterecl Hillhouse from lvy Strcc School and expects to go to Fannie Smithls School. Sports are her hobby. She was a member of the Freshman and Sopho- more I-liking and Field Hockey Squads. 'l'ri-Y, ancl the AX. .-X. Blau-ioiur: C.xssmY, E N E 124 Ncwhall St, lllarffie came to Hillhousc from Ivy Street School. She 5 X 4 - was a member of the Motto Club, French Club, Hill- house Players, and Monitor Squad. She is going' to N ormal School. :XNN.XBEl.I.E ClxvlxL1,,xRo, dr E A 1590 Boulevard Huzzy entered from 'liroup and is going to become an elccution teacher. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, Italian Club, Senior Chorus, York Square Players, and the Glee Club. lQllfXlll.lJ,X XYUI..XN1JA CiAY.XLl,.XRlJ 235 XYooster St. Ramona gracluatecl from the Columbus School and will enter Normal School on leaving Hillhouse. The Italian Club anrl the Senior Chorus claimecl her' as member. 55 1 .r Z 2 2 0 O Q Q ' u XYINIFRICD Slums C.xy1xx,xt'c:1q, E N I 65 Third St. . 'J XYinnie is re lllgdr ie lornial School and entered from Ivy S e Sc . She was a member of the French Club, 1 itor Squad, Kflass liift Cmnniittee, and the Senior Executive Ccnumittee. lee Skaiing is her liohby. X1',x1.'l'1ck CANVLEY 15 Arden St. lYally is a graduate of Nathan Hale School and expects to enter Business College. H e was 21 member of the A, A. l':I.LlQN CE1.EN'1uxNo 370 lfllm St. Lily came to Hillhouse from Tftlllll .luniur High and was a meniher of the Girls' Cilee Club, Chorus. and French Cluh. She is going abroad to study music. liicxnsr l,.xwR1axcE C1Ql.o'1"ro 107 XYal1aee Sl. Dole came to Hillhouse from lflaniiltun and plans to go to college. l,.u'1N,x Crtsxxua 190 Nieoll St. Caesar prepared at lvy Street School and intends to go to Normal School. She was a niemher of the French Club and Dickens Club. 56 X J' 0 O O Q V Q lVlIClIAEL josizrii CERUZZI l 104 VVallace St. Mitch came to Nxxn Hamilton School and plans to go llirigm SniRl.m' CHAIKIEN 70 Hassett St. Chickie graduated from the Ivy Street School and is going to Nursing School. lVhile at Hillhonse she was Treasurer of the Menorah Society, a ineinber of the lfrench Club, the Reading Circle, the Chorus, and the Cllee Club. Dancing and reading are her hobbies. Ro1.i.1N Sincimooo Cn.xMni:iu.ixix 50 High St., liast Haven Sher graduated from the Cnion Grannnar School in lfast Haven. :Xt Hillhonse he was a member of the Art Club and the Radio Club. His hobby is drawing. Rosa T. Criixifiaovicii -l lfrencli Ave., liast Haven Chappy is a graduate of Gerrish Avenue School and going to Normal School. She was a nieinber of the Freshman Volleyball Team, Basketball Team, and thc A. l'll-Zl.liN F,I.lZ.XBliTll Ciusiz, B. 'lff 183 Wiestwood Rd. Helen came from the Sheridan 'lunior High and intends to enter Sweet Briar College in the fall. She was a mein- ber of the Hillhouse Players, Tri-Y, and Basketball Squad. 57 1 f 2 0 : ! 0 0 1 Q ' s Tnomxs Nlcllorixs lillllCl'1'U 117 lownsencl Ave. Chip was a member ot the Freshman Motto. llrznnatic. ancl Debating Societies, the lizincl :intl C'Jrchestrz1, the Gym Tezun, Hi-Y. and thc Glee Club. He graduatccl from Xillllilll Hale School and is preparing for West l'oint. jf Biaxrkiee CIIUDNUFF 590 Elm St. Bee prepared at 'lfroup junior High ancl intends to go to Syracuse College of Dramatic Art. She was a member of the Debating Society, French Club, ,-X. A., and Senior Chorus. R.Xl.l'li A-XN'rnoNx' C1rxRl.l2uL1o 38 llutler St. Rcphie came to us from Ivy Street School and intends to enter Dartmouth College. He was Zl member of the French Club and lfli-Y and his hobby is horse-back riding. Mrxiu' ,ANNA C1x'1'1'1f:1.Lo 145 County St, Civi came to Hillhouse, where she was a member of the French Club. the Reading Circle, and the Senior Chorus. from Ivy Street School. Her favorite expression is "Anil howv. She expects to go to Normal School. limiix CH.xR1.o'r'r1-3 Cr..xR14 14 Trumbull St. to enter the Ohio State University. 58 lil came to us from Barnesville, Ohio, zlncl is planning' 1 f 0 Q " 1 2 0 V B QiII.liliR'I' l'll'fXRY QAIARK Kinclerhook, N, Y. Gil enterecl Hilhio se frwln fliinclerliook High School and will take up aviati n at the 'figfpfon School of Aviation, Detroit. Ile was a in nibegt tlie .Xthletie Association. l2l,lZAHE'I'Il ANN Ql.lFlfURlJ, K M E 147 West Rock .-Xve, Bith entered High School from Sheridan junior High, her seconrl and thircl years she was a nieniber of both Has- ketball and Volleyball Teauis, :incl the Sophomore Draina- tie Club. She was also a member of the College Club. HVl'Il.IiN SARA11 QQLUUSE Evergreen Ave. El enterecl from Mt. Carmel Grammar School and will take up 21 secretarial course. Her hobby is skating. She was a menibei' of the Athletic Association. IQLEANOR l... Clock 105 Edgewood Aye. Everette who came from Shericlan is ffoinw' to Normal b h School. NYhile at Hillhouse sl1e was a lneniber of the Freshman-Sophonicire Chorus. ller hobby is swinnning. l':l.IZAliliTII L'oif1fl+:Y 57 Houston St. Hetty entered from St. Rose's and is going to study at St. Francis' Hospital. She was a member of the Hiking Team and 'l'ri-Y. 59 ancl is going to College of New Rochelle. X. Y. During f of O 5 o Q Q .f 5 .ANTHONY .l. CUFRANCESCO 16 lklarket St. Coe graduated from the Clinton Avenue School and will enter Yale in the fall. l anal! fXnR.xHAM ISENJAMIN COHEN l u 'J soo l.yon St. . ,J . AX B C Cohen entered fI'O?P'li2l10l1 School and is prepar- ing for Yale. l-lei beloirged to the Freshman Debating and Dramatic Societies, the Boys' Debating Club, XYriters' Club, Chemistry Club, and French Club, and the Chess and Checker Iflifb. Playing the piano is his hobby. ANNA Comix 200 Spring Sl. Annie is a graduate of Truman Street School and in- tends to enter Columbia College. She was a member ol' the Debating Club. A. A., Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, and Menorah Society. Dancing and swimming are two of her hobbies. llokornx' blllkllil. Comix 101 Davis St. Dot came from Ansonia and plans to enter the Dental School of l'enn University. She was a member. of the XYriters' Club and the German Club. Her hobby is dogs. EDWARD Comix 13 Spruce St. lid came to Hillhouse from Troup School and will go to Yale. He was a member of the Menorah Society, l,e Cercle Francais, Chess and Checker Club, and the Track Team. His hobby is selling newspapers. 60 f X 2' 1 o Q 9 0 r B N.x'rH.xN Comix 95 XYashington .-Xve. Nat! hohlmy is lmasketlmall. lle came to us from l'rinee Street Sehool zincl intencls to enter City College of New York. R . , ,.1.1s Comix 47 Peuclleton St. Rose eanie here from livainler Chilcls High School and lfreneh Qllulm. Rose intenrls to go to linierson follege. Soroxiox Comix, S2 .X 506 Norton Sl. Sol enter l Hi , 4 is fl an 'l' lp h ui ' igh. He was Nlzmager o the a C 'l'e 2 n 1 er pf the Orchestra for three y 'z ., ' .iclent o the P. Nl. Orchestra. :incl a member o e Cilee Clulm. swinuning. .XN'l'l'IHNY ,l- CNR" 407 l.Ul'lllJZ1l'Cl St. Tony was an member of the Rifle Club, Treasurer of the Rzulio Clulv, :incl l'resiclent of the lfleetrieity Cluh. His holmlmy is pliotogrupliing and he entered from the Clinton .Xvemie Sehool. He is going to he Zl wireless operator. 61 in New York. She won first prize in Sophomore Draina- ties, was in the Girls' Debating Society. Senior fhorus. lf1.o1n:Nc'12 Cons 120 Linden St. Flo enterecl as a junior from Nlilwziulcee and plans to zittencl Business College. She was a member of the lfreneh Club. and Al. nf ll Reading' Cirele. Her holxlmy is l X J' 0 Q 0 0 9 B DENNY .Ioilx COIAJSKIE 114 james St Ilan came to Hillhouse from Strong School. VIOSICPH Coxnox 855 Congress .Xre. 'loc cnterecl Hillhouse from Troup .Iunior lligh School. His hohhy is skating, llc is going to Collegiate Prep. Klum? CoNs'r,xNc'1c 50 West St. Connie is a graduate of Truman Street School. Sho plans to attend Normal School and then Columhia College. She was a memher of the Dramatic Cluh 125. Tri-Y. Hockey Team. Italian Cluh, and N. H. H. S. Theatre Cinilcl. vlonx .l.xxlEs CoNTi-1 204 Hamilton St. Mussolini canic from Hamilton Grammar. His hohlmy is reaclmg. He was a memher of the Cilec Cluh antl is going to Coltnnhia. KIARX' lil.1z.xiar:TH Coxwm' 1557 Honlcvartl St. Connie is a graduate ' Jrangc Street School ancl in- tends er Trinity Col1Q'e at Nlashington. She was a mem the.H lhot se Players. Chorus, Orchestra, Senior ec " ' i1itteQhZrhf17QuHt!QQii:1ger of the Girls, Tennis 'eam. Foo . 's her hobby. 1 62 , 0 I x if o Q O Q O F o XYIl.l..lAM T. CoNwixv 12 XVinchester Ave. Bill plans to attend New York University. His hobby is baseball. RUSSIQL Cook XVooclbriclgc Russ entered from the Dixwell Avenue School and was a member of the Athletic Association. linxx Cooxlc 396 Huntington St. lfrl gracluated from Ivy School and is going to stucly at Bellvuc Hospital. She was a member of thc A. QX., Hik- ing Club. Spanish Club, bl. M. P. Reading' Circle, and Tri-Y. Rosia QUOI'ER 98 Scranton St. Ro nr parec Z1 Trot j ior High and will go to Col- um it 1 ' y in the I' l. She was a member of the M 1 a Society, the A. A.. thc Sophomore Dramatic Clu . an l Sophomore Basketball Team. Swimming is her hobbv. 1 4 mx -- Sum toorm A J lv , gion Ave. Sar ente cl from 'l By is going to attend Nor- 1nal School. fliejxas it member of the Sigma Honor Society, M iorah Society, and the Senior Chorus. Her hobby is ncingf. . ,. 63 f " 5 O O 5 Q 0 X Nl11.'1'oN f4ORBE'l"l' 86 Congress Ave. Milt Came to Hillhouse from Truman Street School and was a member of tl1c .-Xthletie 1'XssoCiatio11. l'.xsoU.x1.E ,l. CUl'l'lJl..X ., l93 Orclmrcl St. , x I f , ' . . . l atty came to 'Q rm jumor Hlgll and IS plau- lllllg to emer D: ll was a memlmer of tl1e XYl'CStll1lg Squad. BRANIY1' CoRcoR,xN 56 lJOI'll'l2lIl St. l3ra11clt's hobby is dancing. He was a 111e111lJer of the A. ,-X. and the Volleyball Team. He came to 11s from Ivy and intends to enter llartmouth. Nl Am' COSUROYE Mary graduated from Hamilton School aucl was a 111em- lmer of the .'Xtl1letic .-Xssoc1atio11. 31 Summer St. .'X1,1'11oNs14: Y1Nc'1:N'1' f1lS'l'.XN'l'lNll 62 Carmel St. l Butch eu' 'ecl illlhouse fl'O1l1i'llI'Ull15. lle was a mem- lmer of the selma ' uarl for two years. Football Team aml the H' ' ' IK ets. l311tcl1 is going to tl1e Uni- versity of ' 64 L 2 lCnML7Nn tfosixxxzo l44 james St. l.Cl1lOIlS came to us from Columbus Sc c d intends to enter liartmouth. He was a m 1 the Hillhouse Midgets and the XVrcstling Squad. BERN .uw jon N Cox Bernard entered from Norwalk High Yale. He was a ineniher of the Senior mittee and the Spanish Club, fiIiR.XRDU Cozzorixo 134 Chestnut St. jerry canie to us from Orange Street School and in- tends to continue his studies at the Yale School of Music. llc was a member of the Orchestra. CH.XRI.U'l"l'E l':I.lZABETII Cfiuwifonn Circle, Music is her hohlmy. 'l'nox1.xs Y. t'1uz.xx'i2x 1426 Dixwell Ave. Tom entered Nav llax n lligh from Ivy Cirannnar School. llc was nien r of the Freshman Motto and Debating Cl s, e hel ged to the A. A. for four years. Toni is goingr o H 5 Cross College. ' 65 57 llorinan 51. and is going to lixecutive Coin- 567 :X rikan St. Charlotte is planning to enter Xlcllesley College. She held the position of Treasurer in the M. l'. Reading Z I Q X E jf F .-Xoxiss ANDRE'r'r.x t'RE'r12l,1..x 548 Chapel St. Aggie came to us from Columbus School and will go to Normal School. She was a member of the ltalian Club. the Senior Chorus, and the A. .-N. 4 ,losm-ii ,X, fRlSCl'0l.U, hlr., A el II 368 lillsworth Ave. joe graduated from Troup junior High and expects to go to Nale. He belonged to the Motto Club and the Italian Club. Tennis and swimminff are his hobbies. fa-off' 'ii Blaxlioniic Moimow fRUCKli'I"1' 23 Foster St. Marge came to ns from XYorthington Hooker School and will continue at Dr. Arnold's. Playing tennis and eating sundaes are her hobbies. She belonged to 'llri-Y, ul. M, l'. Reading Circle. the Field Hockey. Girls' Basket- ball, and Volleyball 'l'c-ains. HARo1.o -IA Mies Ckoxocsmi 169 Spring St. Red came from the Sacred Heart Parochial School and will enter Holy Cross. He was a member of the Athletic .'Xssociation. El.IZiXliIi'l'H c,iERTRUIJE Ckotcii 764 Quinnipiac Are. Betty prepared at Orange Street School and intends to enter Normal School. She was a member of the Basket- ball and Volleyball Teams, the Dickens Club, the Hiking Club, and the Tri-Y. 66 Q S i X J 0 O 0 Q .1 . lf'I'IlIiI. li1.1z,x1414:'1'rI C1zowTnER 252 Newhall St. Snooks came from lvy School and plans to go to Dr. Arnold's School. She was Treasurer of the Spanish Club, and was on the Basketball and Hockey Teams. T1lEODOR.X MAR114: Cuxxco l55 Helen St. Teddy came here from Ivy Street School. She was in the Hillhouse Players and a member of lri-Y. She is going to Barnard College. Louise Munn CUoMo, fb E A 69 l.yon St. Lou graduated from Orange Street School and is going to study nursing at Grace Hospital. She belonged to the Italian Club, Senior Chorus, Tri-Y, and the A. A. Her hobbies are dancing and swimming. ANN lZ1.1z.xnETH CURRAN, K M E 17 Wlillard St. Ann entered New Haven High from Sheridan. She was a member of the Tri-Y, College Club, and Athletic A s- sociation for four years. Dokorny liMn.x' CURRAN, B. T.-- 361 Alden Ave. Dottie came to Hillhouse from Sheridan and is planning to study Commercial Art. Her pet expression is t'My dear". 67 X O .r .HoS9 liI.1Z.XBE'1'l1 CUNRAN, B. 'li.- Sol ,Xlden Ave. Betsy entered from Sheridan junior High and plans to study music. She was a member of the Athletic Associa- tion. "And how Y" is her favorite CXCl2llH3t10ll. Rosh: lll.XRlE CURRAN 262 Gonfe Terrace Rose entered from Sheridan Junior High and is enter- ing Springlield junior College. She was Z1 member of the Hockey Team, Hillhouse Players, Glee Club, Italian Club, and the .-X. A. XYERNA CI2CEl.I.X CURRAN 869 XYhalley Ave. Yerna prepared at Sheridan 'Iunior High and intends to go to Normal School. She was Zl member of Tri-Y and the Sophomore Gym leadership Club. .XRIJNIE ,Xxx CUR'r1s 375 XVintln1op Ave. -r r 1 ' . : lurk entered from ip ai l 1Ssf:fO1lg . idv at Miss llunter's Kindergar n e 1 . She mnged to the Hik- ing Club. lixeeutive Lo mittee, and M. P. Reading Circle. l'RL1DENe1z BlARIlE Ctisrxxo 241 Davenport Ave. ' i lffftidieuentterecl Hillhonse from the Troup hliunior High f and will go to Normal Sehool. She was a member of the Athletic Association and s Jorts are her hobbv. , l . 1 J X as ' f o Q 0 o X l2x'iQ1.YN Korn QlU'l'l.ER, fb E dv 301 Lafayette St. Cutty graduated from Troup and is planning to go to Columbia. She was a member of the Sophomore Chorus. the Dramatic Club, the Debating Society, "Sentinel" Busi- ness Board, the Monitor Squad, and the Senior lfxecutive Committee. Her hobby is drawing. M1i.ToN A. CUTLER 175 Park St. Milt came to Hillhouse from Yonkers High School. lle was in the Debating and the Dramatic Societies. He plans to enter Yale and his hobbies are golf and doing homework before School. IQAYMOND Cozzocmzo, A GJ H X'Vest Haven Ray graduated from Orange Street School and is going to college. He was a member of the Baseball Squad and the Italian Club. l RKll..'XND lilzokoic Ill-Xmzssio 298 Portsea St. Rolai ctmx ci Truman Street School and plans to go to Xlale 'c o l Music. He was a member of the Orchestra. 69 i N 5 5' Z i 00.12.00 NIARIAN BRADLEY DANH-3 170 Hazel St. Marian intends to enter Normal School. ller hobby is skating. Rox' XY1l.l.1ixM Dxx'lnsoN 330 Huntington St. Davey came from lvy Street School. He was a mem- ber of the Freshman Baseball Team, Sophomore Motto Club, Orchestra, and Varsity Track Team. He is going to Holy Cross. 'lwxiics lJE.'XNliliI.1 35 XYax'erly St. jimmy entered from Scranton Street School and is go- ing to enter business. He was a member of the School Circle, the Football Team, and was Captain of the Basket' ball Team, Chairman of the Pin Committee, and Zl member of the Monitor Squad. .-X1-ifRED DECICCO ' 244 Yale Ave. A-Xl entered from Sheridan Junior High and is entering Yale. He was a member of Hi-Y and the Italian Club. L Rosia Mxiuiz lJIEl'iRLXNt'IfSCU 230 Shelton Ave. Niny graduated from the Strong School and will attend Normal School. 70 anal the Italian Club. 5 1 1 f 0 Q O O ' Q 1JnRn'rnv TXTARIE llEl.I1E'1'U 119 Olive St. Dot was a ineinher uf the Freshman Basketball Team lirixcna L, lJisK1,xs1, dv E A 22-1 Blatehlev Ave. Lee ffracluatecl frmn Strnnvf Sehoul and is -fniiw' tn l.ar- N Z3 6 6 s0n's Secretarial Seliuol. She was a nieinher of the Ital- ian ancl Hiking' Clubs. ller hohlmy is sketching. 1l1c1.i:x M.xu12I.vN D12K1.xs1, 111 IC A 224 lilatehley Ave. Helen is a graduate of Strong Sehnol anrl is going to .Xrnold College. She was Treasurer of the Italian Lfluh and belunged tn the Hiking Club, Glee Club, Hillhouse Players. and the Basketball Squad. Iler linhhv is swim- ming. TQAY C. Diiivlysliv 13 Barnett St. Ray eame from Sl. Peter's School. He was a nieinhei of Hi-Y for 3 vears, F1'CSl1l'1lZ11l Traek Team, junior NYrest1ing, and Senior' Rifle Teams, and was Presiclein of the Spanish Cluh. Ray is going to Yale Shell. JXN'1'unxv 131-:mmrnsin 147 Greene St. Tony enterecl from Orange Street School and will go to Northeastern University. 71 1 1 0 Q 0 O ' B M,xRna lJElV,1Ll-O 50 VVQSI Sl. Marie enterecl from Truinun Street School and was El Club, and the Theatre Guild. Kr-tin, ljIiRli.XCHER 622 State St. Karl is :L graduate of St. Boniface and is going to the University of Pennsylvania. At llillhouse he was Z1 mem- ber of the German Club, the Senior Chorus, and the Track teznn. His hobby is athletics, l,.XNYRliXL'lC l.. IJERING 94 lillivtl Sl- Larry came to us from Troup ancl is entering the :architectural school of A-'Xlabmnzi lech. He was a mein- ber of the A. XX. vlixmis blosielfll l,J1a1zw1N l22 Chapel lt. jim grzuluate from S Roses Sehool. He vas zx member 1 th Athlete yssociationf is av ite ex- Clilllllllltl i, ' curses!" FRED l2EXYI'l'A 44 Lyon St. Frecl enterecl Hillhouse from Orange Street School. llc was a member of the A-Xthletie ,-Xssoeiation. 72 member of the Hiking Club, Tri-Y, ltzilizln Club, tilee 'Z z J' X 0 O 5 O Q 7 B HENRY lxmlcs liJEYl'I'.X 760 Tuwnsencl Ave. From XVor1clwai'cl Cirannnar School llenry came to Hill- huuse, where he was in the Senior Cflmrns, the Italian Cluh, ancl was Secretary of the Boys' Debating Society. llis huhhy is cleep-sea diving anfl he plans to go to Yalc. Yale. XY1I.I.I.XNl lJr:Yl'iix 44 l.vun St. e fix ,rig Bill came to us from C .1xf1Q'al1St1'eQC25iAK. is plan- ning tu go tn college. lle was a member of the Bancl and Urcliestra. llixvni lilciman lJi.xmoNn IO3 Carmel St Dirlig ' gf' 2 "Q . ' Q ee Sch 1l.nl1 1 . to ent fJi1Cgll.X'Ckw' Qkllliaagzliicl. He was a nleinhei of the izgel allirqnac tanrl 'the lillhouse Midgets. l.oUis llumiuxn 504 V fentral Ave. e, J. . .-'Lu Lou CIYECIL'Cl-lHlllllCJl1SC xIO1'l1 Changi lfeet School ancl plans to enter Yale Slietlg l'lQdl,SbX'lCC-PI't'SlflCl1t of the Spanish fluli. and' xlib a lll'C"l1ll3CI' of the Chess and Check- er Club ancl the l'iI'CSlll1l2lIl Motto Cluh. His hohhies are tennis and haskethall. 7 3 lXl.XRIU .-XDAM lJEYi'i'.x 95 Main St., liast Haven Mario is a graduate of Uniun School and is going tn L s a ,IZ1ll1llC ol St'1lL Str t S on '1 1 alms 1 9 Q 0 Q 7 I Slflcluw .lJ1.'XNA, EN 2 43 Dayton St. Sperry entered llillhfnnse from Susan Sheridan junior High and intends to go tn Normal School. ller lwbln' is dancing. She was a member uf thc .Xthletic Assucia' tinn for four years. 'lanes Di Bulxo 100 Olive St. bleeni came fmin llamiltnn Grannnar School and is preparing for the Conn. Sclinol of l'harmacy. He was a member ot the Italian Club and the Dickens Club. lfllllil. l.1l.I.1.xN IJKKEY 107 l,inclen St. Dickey is a graduate of XXvO1'tlllllglU1l llookcr and plans to study music. She was a member nl' the Spanish Club and her hobby is swimming. Fl s ' .'XI5R,XH,XM Dlli'l'CH Broad St. De entered from 'lroup ant bo' ig to Dartmouth. He was a member of the French Club, Menorah Society, the Basketball and Baseball Squads. , lj, J, AYTIIUYY 487 Cohnnbns Xve fir- , . . . 'lol y im Jfto . rom lruman School and intends to en ave ge pharmacy. Reading is his hobby. l 7 -l Z 3- V 0 O o 1 E O f 0 lNlA1co,x1u3'r lXlARY D1NNr:,xN, K M E 238 Grand Ave. Peggy, who came to New Haven High from St. Roses School, was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, the Hiking Club, the French Club, and the Monitor Squad. :Xfter leaving Hillhouse Margaret plans to go to :Xlbertus Nlagmis. ,-X.x1qox H. IMSKEN 53 Day St. Artie came to us from Troup and is planning to enter Rhode lsland State College. He was a member of the Freshman Track Squad, Freshman Dramatic Club, and was active in the Spanish Club and Nordau Society. SULISMONDO lJIYl'1'TORlU 197 Lafayette St. Sigis came to Hillhouse from Prince Street School and intends to carry on his StL1Cll6S at college. He was a member of the H1-Y and Deutscher Verein. KIARY ELIZ.XlSETIi DoHER'rx' 21 Rosette St. Mary came to ns from Sacred Heart School and is going to attend Normal School. She was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club. Qiimcis V1fRoN1c,x lDUNAllUli 165 Gilbert Ave. Twinie entered from Troup and is going to the Nor- mal Sehool at Columbia. Her activities included the lireshman and Senior Choruses, the Hillhouse Art Club. and the Hiking Club. Her hobby is drawing and painting. 75 l f f S 'J and skating. NLXRY EIIJSEPHINIE lJONEl'lUIi 141 Newhall St. Dinny entered Hillhouse from Ivy Street School. She was a member of the Volleyball team, and is going to Normal School. Her hobby is dancing. lirsnz gXDlil.I.A DlJlJl.l'l"l'l.E Ilot came to us from XYorthington was a member of the A. A-X. KA'1'lll.liIiN l'Joo1.l'r'r1.E lo77 XVhitney Ave. Kay prepared at Spring lilen Grammar School and in- tends to enter Mt. Holyoke. She was a member of the Hiking Club, Motto Club, and Hockey Team. and his hobby is photography. 76 Nlmcx' CiECll.lC DoN.xnUi2 165 Gilbert Ave. Twinie entered from Troup and is Yale School of Nursing. She was a going to- the member ot the Freshman and Senior Choruses, the llillhouse Players, Cilee Club, and the lliking Club. Her hobbies are singing llor NY .x RRE N lf. l loom 'l"l'l.li Glenhai XYarren came from Sheridan junior ll house he was a member of H1-X, the .N chestra. and the Philatelic Society. He 165 Bayard St. xker School. She 1 Road, H amden igh and at Hill- rt Club, the Or- is going to Yale 2 1 . O 2 0 0 O .1 , 'luilis lJURTCllI'1 202 Augur St. f jimmy entered Hillliouse from the Newhall Street School and was a member of the Athletic Association. He is going' to Carnegie Tech. bu 5 6 NYn.l.1ixM Fm-:NGN Dow, jr. o5 Willis St. Bill came to Hillhouse from the Roger Sherman School and will go to the Connecticut Agricultural College. He was a member of the Sophomore Basketball and Hockey Squads. XV11.L1S li. Dowxs 95 XYha1ley Ave. Buck entered Hillhouse from Troup Junior High School and is going to Columbia. He was a me ber ot the Gym Team and his hobby is skating. fDU-4""!.'.?- ,ff ,ll'Llli'l' lliuixkix 76 Kensington St. hluliet entered from Troup junior lligh and has no deiinite plan for the future. She belonged to the Dickens Club, French Club, and the XYriters' Club. .XNNA Klxiurc lJl'1fifY 205 Clinton Ave. Ann graduated from 'into1i'Ax'Qnue' School and is go- ing to attend Normal S oolf Her activities included the Hiking Club, Basketball, Senior Chorus, and the Italian Club. Her hobbies are skating and swimming. 77 ' 1 :- f o O O 0 V B M.x1z1oN DUFFY 229 Pine St Duf graduated from St. Francis' and plans to go to Dr ball Team, and Yollevball Team Roislcm' Dudxx, A E K 244 Lawrence St. Hob entered llillhouse from NYorthington Hooker Grammar School. He was a member of Hi-Y and the Clee Club. His hobby is tennis and he is going to Yale. ri era Mi l ark ' l7R.xNc1s Muxrox llukivr 57 james St.. Hai 1 I Duke cam to New lla High ' om t ienterville Gramm ,c ool. it 'illhouse he ' etary of the Radio C, u, mber of Y, a 1 the Dramatic Society in his ian year. lc . to take up electrical .en- gineering at Yale. A CHAiu.Es H. Dcxckrmi 83 Lombard St. Chick entered Hillhouse from Ivy School and is pre- paring for New York University. He was a member of the Freslnnan llasketball Squad and the A. A. Basketball and swimming are his hobbies. ICVELYN BUsHN1e1.i. Dl'Nl,rXI' loo Starr St. lfbbie graduated from lvy Street School and plans to study at Grace Hospital. Her favorite exclamation is "lt could be worse." it 78 .'Xrnold's. She was a member of the Motto Club, Basket- liwimz DUNN 105 Greenwood St. lrv cntcrcd from Troup junior High School and was il menilmcr of thc Athletic .'Xssociation, Q T1 2 fflos KATHERIM: j. DUNNl2 512 Howard Avo. Kay prepared at Sacred Heart School and plans to cntcr Normal School. She was a incinhcr of the lirzunatic Cqlnh. Chorus, and .-X. A. 'L liEX,l.XRllN liieizxxkim lJw.xR'l'Z lCC . Heirs hohhy is liorschack r' 'MIC came from Troup and intcnds to study dent J I' at Tufts Colle-gc. .Xl.l.l-IN lJYl2R ll9 XYcstwood Road .-Xl camo from Sheridan and was a nienihcr of Hi-Y, the lixccutivc Connnittcc, thc iocial oniniittcc. thc Gym 9195 l,Hll.II' iX'lURRAY IJWYER, I' A xlf 39 Young St. Phil graduated from St. Francis' Parochial School. Hc was a lllCllllD6I' of thc Freshman and Sophomore Motto Vlnhs, liditorial Board of the "Glcan1" in l928, HLY. and was Assistant Editor of the "Scntincl". Phil is go- ing to Yalc. 'liCZ111l, and thc Sc11ioirlbl1Qis. fiilcifs hohhy is gym- nastics. He plans to t 'i np, 'witcctllrc at Pratt Insti- K Y Y tutc. If-, X 79 . 2 o o 0 1 2 0 f s blicxxiiz Dvxic ol Shepard St. Jennie entered from Nathan Hale School and was a member of the Girls' Hockey Team, VYriters' Club. Tri-Y, and the A. A. RITA REGINA EAGAN, K M 2, 1. 13. 1. 130 Osborn Ave. Ree prepared at Sheridan -Iunior High and will go to Normal School. She was a member of the Student Council, Senior Executive Committee, Pin and Ring Com- mittee, the Alumni Dance and the Junior Social Commit- tees, and the Senior Chorus. She was Secretary of the Monitor Squad. School Circle, and Senior Class, and was Chairman of the Cheer Leaders. M,xRca.xRET hlARY ELJAN 34 VVinchester Ave. Peg graduated from St. Marys Academy and intends to enter Normal School. She was a member of the French Club and A. A. Her hobby is dancing. 'l'noMAs ELSCJN ELL1o'rT 271 rlomiseml Xu Tommy came to us from Nathan Hale Sthool and in tends to enter the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He was a member of the Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club. Hi-Y, and the I-lillhouse Players. 80 g X f S ' o O Q Q 0 X ' s .XNNA l':I.l'1 199 Xliooster St. Minnie is a graduate of Columbus School and is going to Normal School. She was a memher of the Senior Chorus and the Italian Cluh. NoRM.xN .AXi.m2R'r El.XX'IEI,l, 775 XYhalley Ave. Petey came to Hillhouse from 'lfruinan Street School. He was a memher of the Electricity Cluh and the A. A. Simms lEMBl.ER, Sllffcassitls St. Simms entered from 'liqhlip or High ant' plans to enter Rensselaer. He wa. ompetition Official ot the "Sentinel,', a menl f the Debating Society, Hi-Y. Track and C . ountry Squads, and Senior Chorus. gXNN.X l2n'.xNm2R 173 Helen St.. Hamden Ann came to New Haven High from Church Street School in Hamden. She was a member of the French Cluh and the Athletic Association. Her hohhy is skating. She intends to enter Normal School. 81 5 9 2 0 -I 1 2 Q ., ' B XV1I.1.i,-xM l"Ace1UTo 75 l-lighland St. Hill came from St. Francis Urphan Asylum. IFRANK R. lfixrrscn, jr. 210 XVinthrop Ave. Frankie was in the lfreshnian and Sophomore Motto Clubs. He is preparing for the Nzlssaeluisetts Agricul- tural College. RUTH M. l"rxi'rsCn 201 XVinthrop Ave. Rufus is preparing for Dr, Arnoldls School. She be- longed to the Spanish Club and the Poster Club. S1-1ERM.XN B. F.XRN1lAM 1 Norton St. Sherm entered from Troup junin ' igh School and expects to go to Yale. He W' ' a mber of the Sopho- more Motto Club. and was Xi 'resident of the Radio Club. Radio is his hobb 6 . '73 l ' . Dox EDWARD 1f'Ax',x 59 Admiral St. Don came to Hillhouse from Ivy Street School and plans to attend Storrs College. He belonged to the Af- ternoon Sophomore Football and Baseball Teams. 82 1 X f X o O Q . Q o ' A linen-mM1N M. FEIJERICU 130 Mill River St. Bunny's hobby is sports. He was a member of the P. M. Monitor Club, Freshman Basketball and Track Teams, Sophomore Football, Basketball, and Baseball Teams, Var- sity Baseball Team and A. A. He came to us from Lov- ell and intends to go to Leland Stanford. SAMUIQI. l'iEl.DMAN 133 Lafayette St. Si came to Hillhouse from Prince Street School and was a member of the Monitor Squad, Motto Club, Rifle Club, and lflectricity Club. He is going to enter North- eastern University. lir.1zABE'1'i1 .ALICE FERc:Usox 122 Canner St. - 4 Betty Jared at Wiorthingxon Hooker and will enter Vassar V' . al vas a ' U"l?3'H1QT1m!-Cqll Club. ' ' T. .Xniwls lfERoL'soN, A A E 410 XYinthrop Ave. Fergy came from Dwight School and was a member of the Football Team and the A. TX. AT1Ll.lCIEN'l' Fiiznokczviq 670 State St. Millieent entered New Haven High from the Elihu Burritt Junior High School, New Britain, Conn., and expects to go to college. She was a member of the A. A. 83 Q . .nos 4 Lnwis .'Xl.iN:x,xNrusR lflxi-morn, A P E 864 Orange St. l.ukc entered llillhouse from Urzmg S Iet School ancl plans to en r the Yal .lusi' ,"l c 'ie belonged to the lfrcshn n Debati matic Societies, the Sophomor De 1 lug ociety, e Orchestra. and was Colleetio ager of the tinelu, Presiclent of the Progress 'es, Yice-Presiclent o Der Deutsche Yercin, and Secretary of the Chess :md Checker Club. Kern l:INKE,. W . ' iQ 7 Ralclwin St. -'Vg Y ,H ' X, we----A -f . . . . Ruth prepared at Troup Junior High School and 1n- tenrls to go to Normal School. She was a member of the llillhouse lllziyers, Writers' Club, French l'lub, Senior Chorus, and Girls' Debating Society. lnoxrxs N, Fixmsx' 178 tfarlislc St. lfelix entered Hillhouse from the Saerecl Heart School ancl is planning to go to Yale. His hobby is baseball. Q .v I ' 1 lloiaornizrx l:lSllliR 410 Yale Ave. Dot entererl llillhouse from Troup Junior High. She was a member of the French Club and Athletic Associa- tion, Her hobby is globe trotting. She intenfls to go to Kloimt Holyoke College. llrimcx lfisnxirxx 53 lilizzibeth St. Fish prepared at Ivy School and will enter Normal School. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, Hiking Club, bl. Nl. P. Reading Circle. and played on the Basket- ball Team. 8-l I O .r O X 0 Q o 7 B ,XNNA Rlaoixa l"1'rzCi1aR.-xi.n 22 lforcl St. Ann came to New Haven High from Ivy Street School and was a member of the lireshinan Motto Club, the ,l. Rl. l'. Reading Circle, the lfreneh Club, the 'l'ri-Y, the Sen- ior Chorus, and the llillhouse Players. She intencls to go to Ntlflllill School. CIAAIRE M.xR1oN lf1rzc:1':1ziu.n 205 XYest llazel St. ,Xfter graduating from Troup, Toots came to Hillhouse and plans to continue her eclueation at Normal School. .-Xt High School she was in the Chorus and on the Frcslnnan Basketball team. Dancing is her hobby. fiRACIE liI.lZ.XliIi'l'li l:1'l'ZfiER.Xl.D, KM E 127 Foster St. Grace enterecl from XYorthington Hooker School ancl will take up a secretarial course. She was a member oi the Freshman Hiking Club, the Soph Motto Club, :incl Tri-Y. Tennis is her hobby. ' lXl.xRy lllARGARl-IT FlTZfllER.Xl.D 45 ,lihOllllJ5Q11 51, Fritzy gracluatccl from Ivy Street School ancl intencls to enter St. Raphaels. She was a member of the Fresh- nian Motto Club and the nl Xl. l'. Reading Circle. .lieu .IACUH l'il..'XMlER 50 Yernon St. -lack enterecl Hillhouse from Grove Street School in Ansonia ancl intends to go to X. Y. C. He was a member of the A. A., Tumbling Squad, Senior Chorus, and Glee Club. S5 o .. c 0 0,1 2 80 0 lVlARY AKINES FLANAGAN 26 Dorman St. Mazie prepared at Ivy Street School and intends to enter Fannie Smith's Kindergarten School. She was a memher of Tri-Y, Hiking Liluh, and the AX. A. SIDNEY l71.E1sHMAN 9792 Elliott St. Flash entered from Grange Street School and plans to go to the University of Pennsylvania. I-le was a memher of the lfreshman Track Squad. His hohhy is track work, ELEANoR lxl.-XRY FLYNN 8.3 lvy St. El prepared at lvy Street School and plans to enter St. Raphael's Hospital. She was a member of the French Club and Sophomore Gym l.eadership Clnlm. lXl.XRC2,XRl2'l' iXlARY l'll.YNN, E N E 260 Howard Ave. Peg graduated from St. Peter's School and is going to Normal School. XVhile at Hillhouse she was on the Freshman and Sophomore Baskethall Squads. Her hohlmy is ice-skating. Bl,XRtl.XRIiT FNLYNN 58M Atwafcl- St. Peg graduated from Strong' School and plans to attend Normal School. She was a member of the Freshman Basketball and Hiking Squads. the A. JX. Minstrel, and the Chorus. Her hohhy is dancing. R6 V Q lXlAlw li. FLYNN, K M E 47 Atwater St. Bobbie came to Hillhouse from St. Francis' School and was a member of the Freshman Motto and Hiking Clubs and was Secretary of the French Club. She will enter .-Xlbertus Magnus College. YV1r.L1.xM Foczixizry 250 Howard Ave. Bill entered from Orange Street School and was Treasurer of the Debating Society and at member of the A. A. li.x'rnRYN lioiun, KM '22 54 Brownell St. Kay graduated from Troup 'I nio igh and intends to go to Connecticut College. Sli as a member of the Monitor Squad, French "lub . M. l'. Reading Circle. Tri-Y, XYriters' Club, i J3tll1g Club, Hillhouse l'lz1yer's, and "Sentinel'Ni arch, cl "tlleam" lioard. HARIMRA Fokn, 1193 l0l Barnett St. Bob prepared at Sheridan Junior High and intends to enter zi Secretarial School. She was Il member of the Spanish Club, Tri-Y, and the Sophomore Gym Leader- ship Club. Painting is her hobby. lmnen D. Foieo dpllx 32 Everit St. jerry was a my 1lJ 1el'l2resli111z111 Motto Club and intends to go to 'tl , l entered Hillhouse from the XYorthington llook School. -l.XNli H. Fowmcu 22 Highlztncl St house from XN'ortl1ington Hooker. 'lilll2t7DORE S. l:OXYl.lER S77 Orange St. 'ledrly came from 'l'roup junior High School. lfle was 21 member of the Senior Chorus, tilee Cluh, llcutschcr Yerein, and liancl. lle is going into husiness. n X N, J i Xt A ' , KJ lk' lAlliNRY lioxpf'-1' -lf lxensmgton St. llzmk K Mizttttcl from Troup -lunior High School ancl is prepzwing foi Storrs College. ,Nt Hillhouse he was on the tilee ilulm, :incl was Presiclenl of the l'rogressivc Society. Amar-s Ny. FRAXSIER 239 lfitch St. Hizmlc was ll memher of t e 1 Club, lli-Y, Hi-Y Executive Committee, and .-X. .-X, will take up electri- cal engineering at l-lowcloin. llis hohliy is golf. llixizorn FREICIJ 74 Sixth Street lfreecly is ll grzuluate of Prince Street School and plans to he a musician. He was Z1 mcmher ol the School Or- chestra. 88 Janie has preparecl for Smith College zmcl came to llill- CTT' 3 Z 0 o o 1 ! o f a lfxuxla T'lRllillI.lCR 221 Orchard St. Frank entered from Troup ,lunior High School and expects to enter the Yale School of Music. lle was a member of the Orchestra, Senior Chorus, Glee Club, and the German Club. Music is his hobby hlosmfn T"RIIilJl.liR I2 Hurlburt St, .Hossi ann- to ti' 'rom' Truman d was a member of the lla tb l and K. ball Tean 1 lle intends to go to the U1 ' S ' o' .. o ' 1 1 . in-.om.14. Sixmultl. FRISHIIE, 1' N11 A 4 University Place Sanfs hobby is getting by on marks. He graduated from Troup and will enter Georgia Tech. The Hillhouse Players and the Track Squad claimed him as a member. XYIRXIHIA Bl. l'llQUS'l' 87 Hawthorne Ave. ,linjur was a member of the M. l'. Reading Circle. the Hiking Club, the Chemistry Club, and the lflasketball Team. She graduated from the Orange Street School and will attend Columbia, Mxtkwlonlla l,L'c1l.1.li l"1n.'roN 31 Harnett Sl. Marge entered from Sheridan and is going to a finish- ing school. She was a member of Tri-Y, the Yollevball Squad, and the A. A. i 89 .-XNN Rosh C.iix1.L11:AN 541 East St. 5 X 9 o O Q Q ' s NIARY j IfUN,xRo 655 Orchard St. Mary came from Orange Street School and was a mein- ber of the Senior Chorus and ol' the lfreneli Club. She is going to Normal School. 6 Bl.XRY .l0SEl'IIINE UATNTY 46 Young St. Mary n red from Tr J nor fli and will go to the Norma Schoo belonged to t e Spanish Club, the bl. Bl. 11, ading Cir 11ior Chorus. Honey came from Lovell Grammar School. Her hobby is dancing and she intends to take up Interlor Decorating. 'IOSEPHINE L. CiAl.I.0MB,XRD 195 Greene St. Jays hobby is traveling. She entered New Haven High from Columbus Grannnar School and will go to ing Circle, the French Club, and the A. A. ' 90 Normal School. Shc was a member of the il. M. P. Read- 5 Q 2 0 O " . 1 2 . Q HARRY R. GAIVIICR, Y A dw 132 Davenport Ave. Hack eame to Hillhouse from Troup and was a member of the "Sentinel" Business Board, He intends to resume his studies at Amlierst. lar 'f' linwixnn ll. GA M M, Q A 27 Ann St ..,. I m B' 9 Cammy came from Troup Junior High. H e was .Xssist " H.. ' ant Basketball Manager, and a member of the Chemistry Club. He is going to Columbia University. Esrnick hloyeia G.xXDE1.Ai.xN 393 Sherman Ave. I ' V Es u paiyd at lruman Street School and is going to Bari 'tr Colleg She was a member of the Freshman lD1'2l1ll2l Club, Sopl oi 4 re Debating Society and the .-X. .-X. f . . S Q HARl.lcs l.Eo Cniiaimkiw, tlr. 28 y liebbe en re 'om .. ai " '1 J o to lla mouth. e was Liam etit eial the "Sentinel a member tlhe ae . uad. the Hi-Y, and lXl2lIlZlU'C1' . , B or Freshman Trac ' l'e.m MAR-rolelie blixxic fiEDlJIES, E N E 245 XYhalley .-Xve. Midge entered Hillhouse from XYorthington Hooker Grammar Sehool. She was on the Monitor Squad and is going to New York University. fx XXX 5 is 91 f Q ii 2 flies XYICRNUN Coorrzia tilaoism' R. F. D., North Branford Yernon came from the North Branford Center School. At Hillhouse he was a member of Hi-Y, the Cvym Team, and the Monitor Squad. His hobby is gymnastics and he plans to enter Yale in the Fall. 'IUSICPH GERX'iXSltl 234 Lafayette St. Foote came to Hillhouse from Prince Street School and is going to be a draftsman. He was a member of the Ath- letic gXSSOClEl.tlOll. Limo joslsvu UIIIRARDINI 157 Chapel St. Gene entered Hillhouse from Strong Sehool and plans to be a civil engineer. His hobby is athletics. lllARY LUc1l.l.i: fi1ANNEl.l.l X 928 Grand Ave. x Gin entered Hillhci'1'e fron Hamilton School and in- tends to enter .-Xrt Scho . Q was a member of the Ital- ian Club. Drawing is he bby. x, f,- ,ir yt Kyla Y B. Guslsoxs 443 Ferry St. ll ary graduated from St. Francis' .lflarochial School and will enter Normal School in the fall. She was Yice-l'resi- dent of the Sophomore Motto Club, and belonged to the French Club, Chemistry Club, Hiking Club. and the Sigma Honor Society. 92 f f ."i -1- QS 1 1 D 2 " e HUHER1' fill.DE.X O Prospect Place junie came from Troup junior High and is going to Cornell. He was President of the Student Council and of the Junior and Senior Classes, Captain of the Football Team, and a member of the Basketball Team, the Moni- tor Squad the School Circle. XVARREN C3Il.l.ESI'IE bama. vvv' I" l.o1s filI,l'lN 89 Pearl St. Gilpin is a graduate of Orange Street School and is go- inu' to train for nursing. P5 LSRAN K Gizzr Team and his hobby is swimming. llifuax Bl.XRlON C3l.1cKs'rE1N 49 Dyer St. Helen graduated from Troup and is going to l.,arson's Secretarial School. VX'hile at Hillhousc she was in the Glee Club. 93 32 Lake Place XYarren is a member of the A. A. and Hi-Y and his hobby is horseback riding. He came to us from Orange Street School and plans to attend thc University of :Xia- l9l St. john St. Doc is a graduate of Orange Street School and plans to enter Yale. He was a member of the Sophomore Track lf' X, jx 5 f og 0.12.00 ISIQRNARD Lawls Cioinfmzy 1' b 't A-Xvc. Butch came to Hil ious f e Tr J junior High School and will study a ' i . c was member of the liym Team, 'occer Tean, 9ent1nel" Editorial Hoard, and the Aviat 1 C nb. XYIOLA Bl..xxc111-3 Gow: 573 Orchard Sl. Yi graduated from Troup junior High and is planning to enter Oberlin College, Ohio. NI.xRx'1N GOLD i 133 Bishop St. Marv came to Hillho ' r 1 XVorthington Hooker. He was a m nber of e Fre ian Debating and Dra- ' matic Cl b la ' 0' of' t- e 4 eslhmzh Hockey team, the Sophomo . 'lx I' team, ' .s Country team. the Debat- ing Club, he Chess and i 'ker Club, and was Assistant Business ilanager of the " leamly Lizox Haiuus Gol.DB15Rc: 188 Howard JXVQ. Goldie graduated from Truman Street School and he plans to enter college. He was a member of the Progres- sive bocicty, German Club, Orchestra, and Rifle Team. l.1l.1.1ixN Go1-Dis1QRc: 68 Stevens St. Lilly entered from Troup Junior High and is entering Columbia: College. Her activities included the Menorah Society, Spanish Club, and the Reading Circle. Her hob- by is dancing. 94 I 1 i i . O 0 . g Q 5' B lSI.lZ.Xl4lE'l'Il NANCY UOl.lJENBl.U3l 21 York St. l.ib came to us from Troup and is planning to attend the University of Chicago. She was a member of Deutsch- er Yerein, XYriters' Club. and the Debating Club, and won the Oratorical Contest in her second year. I 1 I , , 4 N XIR Dix xi C,oLDsx111il, M 2 .13 Stanley 'St. ,lack Gol.DMixN, A 1' E 146 Davenport Ave. .lack came to Hillhousc at the beginning of his sopho- more year from the George NVashington High School in New York City. His hobby is making dates. He was ,Xssistant Manager of the Basketball Team in his ,lunior year, and will enter Syracuse University in the Fall. NU vjix. V' Smitty IS a graduate of Orange Street School and is en- tering the University of Southern California. He waja member of the Motto Club, Senior Choruz, and Monitor Squad. lJoRo'rHx' R. f,iOl.IJSTElN S12 l lm St Dot came to Hillhouse from Troup lumoi H1 h School She was a member of the Spanish Club, XYriters' Club, bl. M. P. Reading Circle, Debating Club, and Athletic As- sociation. Her hobby is tennis. She is going to Barnard College. RUTH liximix Comrizivr 29 Anthony St. Ruth is a graduate of Nathan Hale School and is en- tering Keuka College. She was a member of the Tennis Team, the French Club, and the Senior Chorus. 95 , 2' 5 to ATICHAIEI. I.. c,iOMl'lCR'1'Z 1l95 Chapel St. Hike, who came from Troup junior High, was in the Orchestra, the Senior fhorus. the German Cluh, and its orchestra, and was Competition Otlicial on the "Sentinel". He plans to enter Yale in the Fall. l'.xUl. fifjtlllli 239 Sherman Ave. l'aul entered from Barnard School and was a memlmer of thc .Xthlctic .Xssociation V " Na , e. ,vi -f , 1 ,A T- ' ' l,1coNmm TuoMixs Gooun 9 Hurton St. Lennie prepared at Sheridan junior High and is plan- ning to enter Sargents School of Expression. He was a member of the Hi-Y, Cilee Club, Hillhouse Players, York Square Players, and Senior Chorus. -FH S.xMU1c1. IJ.xx'1ntloo1mixx, M E S35 Elm St. Palmer entered from Troup and is going to Yale. He was a mcmher of the Monitor Squad, Swimming Squad. Band, Orchestra. Track Team. and NYater l'olo Team. KI l7 Spruce St. NYoof came from Troup .lunior High, He was Assist- ant Manager ot Basketball Team, and a memher of the French Clulm. His hohhy is music. lle intends to go to Yale. 96 - -e :HTS Wmiuusx Ifiumickivic GoR.x1.l,, A 21 K 1528 Boulevard Swede entered from tTroLup and is going' to Bates. He was a member of the Cilee Club, "Rifle ,Team, ancl the Swimming Squarl. Q ' IRVINQ Ciicoiusi: fiolmox 198 liclgewoocl Ave. Irving eame to us from Truman and is planning to at- tencl Yale. He was a member of the Norclau and Menorah Societies, and the QX. .-X, Minstrel, and was the Basketball Manager. Lfxicoi. l,UCll.1.E Goku 134 Putnam St. Cil gracluated from Sacred Heart School and is prepar- ing for Normal School. Tennis is her hobby. She was a member of the Freshman Dramatic Club, the Chorus, and the Spanish Club. SAMUEL ilUTTI.IEIR 124 Legion Ave. Sam grarluatecl from Troup junior High School ancl is preparing for Dartinovuth College. Athletics are his hob- by. He was a member of the .Xthletie .Xssoeiation Sol.oMox iiovulx 495 Ureharcl St. Sol came from Troup junior High School and is pre- paring' for XYesleyan. He was a member of the Deutscher Yerein and the Theatre Guild. 97 1 0 Jr O 0 Q t Q H.XlitJl.l3 LiRAN0If11' 124 .Xsylnin St. llal graduated from l'rince St. School and will enter N. Y. University. lle was a member of the XYrestling Team during his Fl'CSl1l1lflll vcar, and a member of the Sophomore Football 'llCZllH. 151411111 csiR.XN'I', .X 2 KI' L 428 Yale AVC- .,' -L1 I f'.,'3" N lfreddv came to in from Slineridan and was Z1 member of the Rifle Club and lli-Y. llls hobby is golt. ,Xl.l"IililJ tiiuclax, A P Z 185 XYintlirop A-Xre. Greenie came from Troup ,lunior High School. lle was a member of the Track. XYrestling. and Sophomore Foot- ball Teams, and the Athletic Association. He is going to Yale to study electrical engineering. lipxx B. fiRl2ENRlCRt1, ll E II 173 Edwards St. lid prepared at Wbrthington Hooker and intends to go to Smith College. She was I1 member of the French Club, Debating Society. Monitor Squad, and was Competition liditor of the "Sentinel", Lotus GRE1cx1a1cRo C12 Pierpont St. l.ou entered Hillhouse from Orange Street School and is preparing to go to Yale to study medicine. lle was Z1 member of the Senior Chorus, and Der Deutche Yerein. Hockey and baseball are his hobbies. 98 EI.Iz.xIsE'I'II S. GRIQIQNWAIII 210 Edgewood Ave. Betty came to New Haven High from the Dwight Grammar School. She was a member of the Junior Bas- ketball Team, Monitor Squad, and Picture, Prom, and Social Committees. HENRY GRIQIFZU 120 Lamberton St. Dutch came to Hillhouse from Saint Peters and will study law at Fordham. He was a member of the A. A. ELl.SWUR'l'11 l"R.xNcIs GRII:sIwo 120 Read St. El entered Hillhouse from Ivy and intends to go to A Georgetown. H e' was a member of the Football and Track Teams. 1Xl.XRTIN GRIFFIN 27 Shelton St. from St. Francis' and will enter New York He was a member of the A. A. Rosh lXl.XRIl-I GRII.1.o 887 Dixwell Ave. Slim prepared at Dixwell Avenue School and plans to enter Normal School. She was a member of the Sigma Honor Society, the Motto Club, the Volleyball and Bas- ketball Teams, and was Secretary of the Italian Club. 99 1 0 " Q if Q Q4 Cl.XROI.1NIE BETH Gnome 975 lilm St. Billie came from Albany, New York and intends to study at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. She was a member of the Chemistry Club and the QX. A. lRXYlN finossxrxx 32 Church St.. Hamden . lfV C31 fi'fw11i Scranton. .Xt New Haven High he we . 1' I-Presid ii riters' Club for two vears. a membe i mating Club, the German Club, and the Hillho e layers. He intends to enter Columbia. KllI.DRED Nl. CiRUYI'I' 986 Xllialley .-Xve. Milly entered Hillhouse from Sheridan junior High School and is planning to attend Columbia. She was a member of the Athletic Association. Her favorite ex- pression is "Neat but not gaudy". fl . I . Hxnorn fxUERN!F,R I Q oo Bassett St. Harold graduated from lv' Street School and was a member of the .Xthletie Association l..xL'Rix Nl,xRx' fiL'lDHNlI, Hb E A 30 Redfield St. Laura graduated from Truman Street School and is going to Pratt's Institute to become a librarian. She be- longed to the Italian Club, Senior Chorus, and the A. A. 'Her hobbies are dancing and swimming. 100 X I 5 T' . . ,f-J . Sinxizy TTARULD UURIAN f VM! 10 Arch St. Sic was tl ineinherxgftl1fDeutsehe Yerein, the Chemis- Secre ary mf e P orgressive Society and the Freshman Draiwsge C ub. Q H - graduated from the Truman Street Schoo anclxwill exit r the Shellield Scientific School. His try Lkub, th C 'estra l3,l. and the Chorus, and was 1 5 hobby is sxxlinnning. TXTARY C. Guzzio 28 Hemingway Place Gus entered Hillhouse from Strong Granmiar School. She was a member of the Italian Club, Chemistry Club. and N. H. H. S. Theatre Guild. Her hobby is basketball. She is going' to a college of pharmacy. S.XI.Y.X'l'URl'I l. Ciuzzio, A eb TI 28 Hemingway l'lace Sal, who came from Stroi g School, played on the Fresh- man Football and Baseball Team' ai was a member of the Gym 'l'e:QEYnaiyQI l?resiEQ14f'fbQfrEiTltaliai1 Club. Sal plans to go tu. ie L mncc cut ' lege of Pharmacy. .IUHN Goknox 198 liclgewood Ave. -lohn entered from Truman Street School and was a member of the :Xthletic Association. RU'l'II M.xuc:.xRE'1' lwlrxcx 324 Ashmun St. Ruth prepared at St. Mar"s :Xeade 1 nd intends to go to Columbia. She was Hcllgllli the Higng Club, H'i111l0u5e Players, s,61iQcsJ3rlfus,iS1- 1 and A. A. X lOl 5 I 1 0 o 1 0 os " A FRANCIS rl.iHONl.XS HiNCIilETT 54 Kimberlv Ave. Frank was '21 1 ember of he Frei nnzln footbzil Teznn, Sophomore M tt ' l Urieli - ' - to ns from St. Pete s School :tn intent s to enter ale. f " bloltx Fluxels l-liXClilETT S3 Meelmnic St. ln his lfreslnnan year at llillhouse, blohiiny, who eznne from l.ox'ell School, was a member of the l'i1'CSlllllZlIl Motto Club, the Freslnnan llrzunatic Club, ancl the Span- ish Club. His hobby is bask:-tlnall. .lohn is planning to continue his etlueation at St. Bonaventure College. lvxcola l'l,xD1zl,A1ixN , I 63 .Xtliniral St. 1' I UQ ,X 1 . , I 7 . . f , ,AAA jackie came trotlt!Sfffl'li1lffto-ri .1i'z1lirfifrrlSfli3t'ml. lle was ,f b . Q a member of the Band, Progressive Llub ancl Nlenorzth Society. He expects to go to Yule. SAMUIQZI. Russiiie H .mi-:1.M,xx, Y A fb 24 Batter Terrztee Szun came to us from Trinnan Sehool and intends to enter Brown. He was a member of the lfreslnnzm Motto Club, Freslnnan ancl Sophomore Debating and llramzxtie Soeiety. and the Truck Team. lXllI,nRED EI.iZA1zETH ll,XESC1llE, E N E 1235 State St. Mil came to us from Lovell School ztncl is going to Il secretarial school. She was it member of the Freslnnztn Motto Club, Tri-Y, Spanish Club, and the Senior Social Committee. t 102 X .4 S S to HENRY ll.-xc:EN 50 Pardee Place Henry came to us from Sheridan and is planning to at- tend Stanford. He was a member of the Sophomore Basebal'lsf,l'ea1n and Assistant Manager of the Sophomore Hockey Team. He also belongs to the Swimming 'll-am. RAYMOND J. HAHN I' , Doe e tered 1 1 e from and IIS o ' m necticut Coll CII.XRI.lfS ll,XI.1iY, 1-J E 16 Dayton St. Chuek is planning to enter XVest Point. He was a mem- ber of the Football Squad, Basketball Squad, and the 1-iaseball Squad. 1270 State St. lrammar Sehool 'harmacyx Lovell C ege of 1 XN1NF'1ll HCJIl11RlSS H .x1.L, A A 171 Alston Ave. .ANNE lX'1AR1oN H.XI.If1XflElQ, KD E 253 Howard Ave. Anne was a member ofthe So Hiking' Club Q4j, the fflirls' Aasketball Team, of which she was C2llJ1Zl111IlI'1!l1A'fl5 'or 'e'1r, the Yollevball Te'nn, bl-lornore Motto Club, the which she cap '1 ifxor three xears the Nlomtor Squad School Ci , Glee Club, and senior Chorus. She was llresic x t of the Girls' Glee Club, Chairman of the Inter- sorority air, and Secretary of the junior Class. She entered from Truman and will train for nursing at Hart- ford Hospital. Before coming to I'l1lll1OL1S6 .leannette went to Sheridan junior High. She was Assistant Editor of the "Sentinel", a member of 'l'ri-Y, the French Club, School Circle, the Hiking Club, the College Club, the Monitor Squad, and the "tile-am" board. From High School Jeannette is go- ing to Vassar. X 1-w..,-JU-L Ixhos-UL" 1 Q 1 O O O Q t B A . XJ xt 1 '- ' fx:-'Lf my , 1 ROBERT HANLEY ALP 314 Humphrey St. Bob, who came to Hillhouse from St. Michacl's Prep. is planning to continue his education at Notre Dame. At New Haven High he was on the Basketball, Baseball, and Football Teams, and the Monitor Squad. 1"R.xNc1s bloHN l1.XM1RlSIU 51 Yiew St. Francis graduated from St. Stanislaus and is entering St. John Kanty College. W1L1.1AM HANLON 71 Cottage Sl. Hill came from the Avon Park junior High School and intends to enter the University of Florida. W,xL'1'E1z A. H.xNsoN 640 Elm St. King prepared at Dwight School and is entering Syra- cuse. He belonged to the Freshman Motto Club and Chorus, Track Team CSD, and Football Team, X 'I ,v K I "' X . . . Q. ...- ICUGENIA H.'XRDINf2, AA Branford, Conn. Eugenia prepared at Madison Grammar School and will enter Smith College in the Fall. She was a member of the Monitor Squad and Sophomore Motto Club. Swim- ming is her hobby. 104 17 - 3' f o 1 0 O Q 4' A lirsm HARRlNoTox 84 Newton Road, XVoodbridge Harry entered from Sheridan Junior High and is going to l.arson's Secretarial School. She was a member of the Senior Executive Committee and the .-Xthletic Association. Her hobby is horseback riding. M.xRo,xRE'r RIARY Ciwnisklxli Ham' 278 Poplar St Margy entered Hillhonsc from St. Francis' School and will go to Normal School. She was a member of tht Hiking Club and the Girls' Tennis Team. . ff we--of 'l'noM,xs -IOSIEPII HARTEN 49 Houston St. 'l'ommy is a graduate of St. Rose's School and intends to complete his education at the University of Alabama. ,lonx XV. HASTIE g Cheshnc ,lohn entered Hill use fr 1 llumiston School in Cheshire. He w Q' 'i 'o the French Club XYriters Club, Hi-Y, 1 QilCE1l11H Editorial Board' for tno Hipl llml lui . I ' 1' Yzlf. mars s 1 ' 1 nnsc ,0ll1'llSCl'llCI'll1Q it I tionnox IZIJRXIXRIIS H.xs'1'1Nos, A A I 345 Lighthouse Rd. Gordon entered from the Nathan Hale School and plans to go to Rensselaer Polytech. At Hillhouse he was on the Senior Executive Committee, the Radio Club, Prom Com- mittee, Hi-Y, the Chemistry Club, the Picture Committee. and was Business Manager of the Class Rook. His hob- bies are hockey and swimming. 105 Ki V, 7 . . f"i12."" l'il.IlRlEXCE ES'1'lil,I.lC HAYNES Orange, funn. lilo came to ns from Orange Grammar School and plans to attend Normal School. She was a memhcr of I. Nl. l'. Reading Circle, ancl the lfreshman lic-hating Clulm. . 4 Ricinixun VIUSICVH ll12,xl,Y 156 Grafton St. Dick graclnatecl froni St. Francis' ancl intends to go to Yale. Ile belonged to the lQiHe Team, Swinnnmg Team, ancl the AX. AX. His hulmlmy is swimming. l.1l,1.1ixN Hiacirr 739 tienrge St. ,Lil cal e 0 us fro iruman. She was a nicmher of the F e. ramatic Clulm, the Forum Debating So y, the .-X. :XxL1NVr5fte1's' Chili, Sophomore Dramatic flulm, the Kiirlslglie mfting Society, ancl the Business lioarcl uf tlie-ilgleainl' anfl "Sentinel". Xvll,I.I,XM hlICCIlT Bill came fromi Ivy Street School and was a member of the Athletic .VXssoeiation. H XX'1i.1.1ixM vlnsizrii llic1frERM,xx 12 King Place ' T., .,,. if . . ,, , . Bill prepared at lruman Selioiul and intencls tn enter ' V Stanford University. He was a member of the Freshman if , :zl XVrcstling Team anal Basketball Squacl. l U6 X 1 0 0 " 1 2 " ' B FRANK VVi1,l.mM HEl"'l' 91 Thompson St. Unk entered Hillhouse from lvy Street School. He is a member of the Electricity Club and the Athletic Associa- tion. His hobby is wood-working. IRENE ICL1z,xHETH HEINIG 370 Lenox St. Rene graduated from Strong School and is going to Stone's Business College. She belonged to the Spanish Club, A. A., and the Basketball Team for four years. llELIiN IQEGINA HENCHIEY 281 Davenport Ave. Babe prepared at St. john's and will take up the pro- fession of nursing. She was a member of A. A., Fresh- man Basketball and Volleyball Teams. EDVVIN .lol-IN HENDRIE, A E K XYm. XYirt XYinchester Hospital, Allingtown Ed graduated from Benton School and plans to study medicine at Yale. He was Sport liditor of the "Seli- tinel", and a member of the Monitor Squad. linwxizn B. llickknxxx 24 Third St., Hamden Eddie came to us from l "well Avenue School and was a member of the lf X n Orchestra. Radio is his hobby. , f li P' WAS?-D 101 V c J I F 2' f 0 Q 9 O f B JXARON RUliliR'1' flliR'1'Z, M 2 S5 Cottage Sl. if B11 1 11111 f 11 11 1 ll lx ony came ouse Ttllll 'or nng on oo 'er School. He 1 Q o11 the lTI'CSl1lTl3l1 Nlotto Clulm and the Swi 1n1i ' 21111, Sop1on1ore Motto Cluh. SXYi111l111lIg and Bas eznns, tl1e junior Social Connnittee, the School Circle, the Monitor Squzul, and the Cilee Cluh. As 21 Sen- ior he was Manager of the lfootlmall 711621111 111111 in the Senior Chorus. Aaron intends to go to Yale. l2S'l'llliR Y11:11oN1e,1 H1e1i1f:v 59 Collins St., ll:1n1cle11 lis enterecl from Church Street School 211111 will go to Norinal School. Skating anrl hiking are her hoblmies. She was Zl n1en1l1er of the CECTYIIZIII Clnh. blonx l"R.1Ne1s HIN1-1 38 Sherlztncl Ave. johnny enterecl from Strong School. lle was ll 1116111- hcr of Der Deutsche Yerein and the AX. AX. 1Xl,x11Y C1x'1'1112R1N1f: H1N11:s 136 Peck St. Mary e11tered from St. Francis' School and plans to go to Normal School. Sports are l1er hobby. She was Z1 n1en1l1er of the l:I'CSl1l11Z1l1 ancl Sophomore Choruses ancl tl1e Sophomore Hiking Club. l2L12ANoR Hoooiz 10 Iilmwood Rd. lilezinor entered from Central High School. XYZlSl11l1g- ton, IJ. C., and was a n1en1ber of the Athletic Assoeiatioii. 108 X o O O O 7 O ie SHIRLEY l.'lOI..XIilRIJ, CID E 30 lied Rock 'l'errace Vat came to us from 'lll'01llJ Junior High and intends to go to Colunilmia College. She was the iirst 'girl Yice- President of llillhouse High, as well as he-ing a member of the School Circle, Monitor Squad, German Cluh. Sen- ior Chorus, and thc Haskethall and Yolleyhall Teams, Hicrizx l"lUl.S'l' 30 Clark St. Helen was a member of the A. QX. She came to us from Orange Street School and intends to enter Normal School. l'1RlCIJ lil'R'I'flN lllllfl' 06 Park Ave., llainden Hurt, who entered from the Spring Glen School, is pre- paring for the Connecticut College of l'harmacy. .-Xt Hillhouse he was a member of the Radio Chili in his Sophomore year, and the Aviation Cluh in his junior year. FLolmNcn EM MA HoPcRAF'1' 359 Shelton Ave. 'Flossie Came to Hillhouse from Ivy Street School and is planning to become a music teacher. She was a meinher of the Freshman Hiking' Cluh and the Spanish Cluh. tiinxnvs Hopkins 1239 Forrest Rd. Gladys entered Hillhouse from Central High School, Springfield, Massachusetts, and was a member of the A. A. 109 1 Kern Ho1'1'EN, A A 98 Alden Ave. Ruth came to us from Sheridan junior High and will enter Xllellesley College. She was a member of Tri-Y. the Basketball and Volleyball Teams, the College Club, and the Business Board of the Class Hook. IIRIEIJERICK C. l1URN 418 xY0'O4lVVZll'Cl St. lfred was a member of the A. A. He entered Hill- house from YVoodward Clrammar School and his hobby is talking. F X l:RED.X Mmm l'lUROVYl'l'Z 11 Gorliam St., Hamden Fre entered from Xlorthington Hooker and is going to study at Fannie Smiths Kindergarten School. She was a member of the Debating Club, and the "Sentinel, Busi- ness Board. C1x'1'uER1N15 ll:l.EANOR HoicToN, B. 'l'.- 44 Read St. Sandy came to us from Ivy School and is going to The XYeylister. CSRACIQ A1.M1R.x How.-xRD 390 Central Ave. Gracie prepared at Sheridan junior High and intends to enter Normal School. She was a member of the French Club, Sophomore Chorus, and A. A. 110 1 5' 1 0 O 0 0 .1 , liI.EANo1c HERNICE llovr, df E 12 Granniss Place lillie entered Hillhouse from XN'oodward Grammar School and was a member of the Motto Club, Student Council 123, Hiking Club, Senior Chorus, French Club, vl. M. l'. Reading Circle, l-lillhouse Players, and Class Hook lfditorial Board. Her hobby is boxing. She is going to Normal School. Sorunc HUms:l.mNk 162 XVest St. Soph entered fromf Truman Street School and plans to attend the State Normal School. She was President of the junior VVritcrs'?fl1.d1, d afniember of the Forum Debating Society, and he lfrefjiinan and Sophomore Dra- matic Clubs. Hiking is her liobby. Nlt'HOI..XS W. HUUINGER 112 Brownell St. Nick came to us from Troup. He was a member of the Senior Chorus, H1-Y, Spanish Club and Manager of the Rifle Team. EL1z.xmQ'rH C. lluuo 99 XVoodbridge Ave. XYiz came from Sheridan Junior High and is going to study at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, She was a member of the Hillhousc Players, German Club, Girls' Glee Club, Hiking Club, Senior Chorus, and .X. .'X. XY1l.1-1rxM llicxm' Hum. 222 Sherman Ave. , f , A Bill entered from Trout: .. 'l cl pz , to 5 to la- bama C. lle was a mem er of ti S 1 1 To all Team and the A. A. His hobby is golf. l ll 5 1 0 Q o 1 E o v s ANIJREXN' A. HUM1-nklsx' 350 Congress Ave. Hump came from 1Yebster and is going to Lafayette College. His favorite expression is "Wl1at! 1No Home- work ?" ancl his hobby is eating bananas. l.Ys'roN l'1UN'1'lCR 43 Third St. Bus came to Hillhouse from Strong School and is going to be an aviator. llis hobby is swimming. XYn.1.,xRn 11UNTING 40 'L'1qm-Hmm Sl. Bill came to Hillhouse from Sharon, Massachusetts, ' and he plans to go to Yale. Rcsslzm. Hmm' HvR1.r:x', A I E . '241 Putnam St. At Hillhonse Russ! VVl1OQ,'CRil'l1f:' from Sacred Heart School was in the lireshniah Motto Club, the Freshman Football ancl Hockcyffcains, the Sophomore Football and Hockey Teams and tl1cilQTrack Team. He was Manager of Haseball. ,Russ l3lZ1l'lSff.rG1'ECT Princeton. M.xRc:ARE'r H, HUSSEY, 242 Lombard St. Veg came from the St. Francis Parochial School and is planning to go to Normal School. :Xt Hillhouse she was in the Glee Club. the Senior Chorus, the Hiking Club, and Tri-Y. 112 1 1 o Q 0 O V 8 lJol.oR1-is HUTT 51 llorman St. llolor entered llillhouse from lvy Street School and will study at Grace Hospital. She was a member of the Hiking Club and the A. .-X. P he lb X x A J NJ-J MARY l.oU1sE HYNlss, K M 2 1441 Chapel St. Mary came to us from Troup and intends to enter ,Xl- XN bertus Magnus. She was a member of the Executive Com- J' mittee, Monitor Squad, French Club, Inter-sorority Coun- cil and Senior Chorus. Sv1.x'1.x -JUDITH IDI-1 17 Prince St. ing at Grace Hospital. She belonged to the German Club, and her hobbies are swimming and dancing. lirsnz .l1c.xN12'rTIz lmikixfxui 304 Howard Ave. lil came to us from Clinton Avenue School and intends to enter Normal School. ller hobby is reading. 113 Svl is a graduate of Prince School and is to study nurs- X f s hlUL1A H. Iov.xNNE 227 Cedar St. Jewel came to Hillhouse from tl1e Prince Street School and was a l'l1Cll1lJCI' of the Athletic Association and the Monitor Squad. She is going to Storr's College. hl.XR'l'IN Isuxmiiua 65 Arch St. Eizie entered from Xlehster School and intends to pre- pare to he a high school teacher. Hiking and writing are his hohhies. He belonged to tl1e Young Composers' Clnh, the Radio Cluh, and the Senior Chorus. UR1121. M1xRCUs l'I"1'ENBERc: Tlionjgson St., Ifoixon Criel graduat 4 fr 1 'oxc 1 K-Gr it i r ' 1 r ml z cl plan. to . tefid 1 e. elnn ed t'1t i . mg .11 , the li' 'nci C11 1 IC Cl s and 'hecker Cluh, the C - istry luv. he Tennis 'li6'Zl1 1. His hohhy is pla' 'i tennis. Hizkxlcri jrxcons, dv 2 fb 719 Maple St. Bernice entered from Troup and will attend.Sargent's College. Her activities included the lJ6lJEltlI1g' Club, Hockey Squad. Ship Club, Senior Chorus, and the A. .-X. 114 4 5' 0 0 f o 1 2 Q I' A Rixmom he on eo1ss,ME .1 Greenwieh:Xve. Raymond, who came to Hillhouse from Lovell School, was on the Freshman Motto Club and Baseball Team, the junior Social Committee, the Senior Chorus, and the Monitor Squad. He is going to Cornell. RUTH 'IARVIS 22 Pendleton St. Ruth entered Hillhouse from Sheridan junior High. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, Hockey, Basketball, and Volleyball Teams. Her hobby is dra- maties and she is going to Nt, Holyoke. PAUL E, IQXTE 452 Dixwell Ave. l'op entered llillhouse from Ivy Street Grammar School. He was Secretary of the lflectrieity Club and a member of the .-Xthletic Association. RUTH LoUIsE JOHNSON 23 Mt. View Terrace Ruth prepared at Sheridan .lunior High. iXLIC'I-1 B.xl.I.oN jomzs 29 Sidney St. Iiast llaven Delah entered from Union Grammar School and pre- pared for llliddlebury College. She was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club, the A. A, and the Senior Chorus. 115 x Qlf' f .f . i o s Q ' B BIYRUX I2L1sER'r JONES 10 Hudson St. El came to llillhouse from Troup and intends to enter business. He was a member of the 1928 Traelc Team. A max .x NDICR K .x mam. l-iran ford, Conn. .Xlee graduated from Ivy Street Grzunmar School and expects to go to Yale. He was El member of the ,Xthletie Association. Klixxuz li.X1'l.trXVl'I'Z 172 Legion Ave. Minnie came from Canaan High School and was a member of the Athletic Association. CHARLES K,x1's1Now 397 Sherman Ave. Chas was Il member of the Sophomore Baseball Team and the Orchestra. He entered trom Troup and Roger Sherman School -and will go to Penn. 116 J 5' 1 90.12800 Ilrxvic IQATZ 43 XN'hite St. Dave came from Truman and intends to enter the Con- necticut College of Pharmacy. He was a member of the Freshman Dramatic Club, the German Club, Chess and Checker Club, Menorah Society, and Yice-president of the Nordau Society. .-X1.isERT,x M. KEAN Al came from Strong School School. She was a member of French Club, the Reading Circl soeiation. ller hobby is reading Iiowxim -losicvn Renews 589 XYashington Ave. lius entered Hillhouse from Truman Street School. He was a member of the lilcetricity Club and .-Xthletic :Xs- sociation. S5 Grand Aye. and will enter Normal the Debating Club, the e. and the .Xthletic .Xs- Yizim l.ll.I.IAN KE,XRSI.I4IX' 1554 llixwell Ave. Vera graduated from Church Street School, Hamden, and will take up chemistry research work. She belonged to the Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs. the Stud- ent Council, 'Sophomore year, the lfrcnch Club, the Chem- istry Club, the Spanish Club, and the Sigma llonor So- ! ciety. Dogs are her hobby. ll1ci.r:N Mfxiuii K13BAisI,xN, A A 682 Prospect St, Kehabe prepared at XYorthinffton Hyolizr and will enter Vassar College. S eygya a nigsyulof the Orchestra for 4 years. ' j 4.1 .N 117 5 We 2 1 o 0 0 1 2 Q f a fiERAl.D ll KEELEY 100 Sheffield .-Xve. Gmnrs Bl.xRc:ix1z1s'1' liEEI.EY 2 Summit Road Glad came to Hillhouse from llixwcll Avenue Gram- mar School. She was a member of the Italian Club, French Club, Sigma Honor Society, and the A. A. Her hobby is dancing' and she is going to enter Normal School. HELEN KEi.,xnER 'l7' Xlfiiilcortt St Helen prepared at St. Roses and ntends to take up nursing. She was a member of the A. A. Swimming is her hobby. ' X gil .NT Cliff came to llillhouse from lvy Street School and will go to prep school. He was a member of the Cheinistry Club and the A. A. BIATH, Y jr. 37 Clifford St., XYhitnevville xi ll l Y x S xv entenecl from the Putnam .Nvenue School and is X f -pi aring fob the Coast Guard Service. lie was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association. Skating is his favorite snort. A X V! K, JU ' it . if, XrIRG1NI.X Cf,xRol.x'N KELLER ll4 Xlktkelield Ave. Ginger graduated from Ivy Street School and will con- tinue at lfmerson or Oberlin. Swimming is her hobby. She belonged to Tri-Y, the Freshman hlotto Club, and the Hillhouse Players. 118 X o Q 1 0 0 9 6 .lo11N .-X1.'roN KE,,.I.X' it if, ' Y '2yl'l1ar'les St. f 1 Af 13 ' L, , I 1 -lohn came tk' 01156 from t 16 Iv Street School and is going to eol ce. VV11' e at H' 1 S bln lflie was inthe Freshman Dramatie D tl I . oalbimgkafl fp,- four years. H15 hol 'ne are ska mg 1 1 anemg., if ROSE L11.Y,xN liEM1.ER 429 lilatehley Ave. Rose entered Hillhouse from Lovell Grainmar School. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle. Rose is going' to Normal School. RIARYE lfliNNEDY OO Starr Terrace Doll prepared at Truman Street School and intends to enter Normal School. Her favorite expression is "Dont be like that 1', I',xU1. XYINCENT IQENXIEDY, A 1 E 105 Avon St. Bud ff uated fr 11 ' rthington H oker i' expects ga , ' r- an . H ' meml he Swimn th Team,t e .l 11. or Squad Inter 'ra er J Council, and was Captain of the er l'olo eai 1. lilitilillli 1NI.lG1fI1-ZLIJ 33 Putnam Ave. Klig eame to l1Sf 1vi'Stl'e Syliool and is planning to enter Yale hi! Sopli re year he was a member of the Footh and Ho" ' ,P uads. K e 1 119 X :- o Q 0120 r 'l'll121zEs.x Kxomf N 5 East Rock Rd. Tess prepared at XYorthingt ni Hooker and will enter l-Zryn Mawr College. She V 5 a member of the "Gleam" Board, the 'l'ri-Y Calmi xt, ul was Secretary of the Girls' Debating Cluh. X .ANNA F. Kl.1MAs 78 XYarren Place . ,f Slim enterecl Hillhouse from Clinton Avenue Grammar School, and was a member of the Ll, M. l'. Reading Circle and the Athletic .AXssoeiation. ller hohlmy is swim- ming. She is going to Dramatic School. , C21-:R'rRUoE Kol,ETsKY , lgm Baldwin St. , I -e V. Before comin ' o'J i Llsoxiiertrlirle we to Troup Junior High Sehoo. She helongecl to the X rilers' Cluli and German Club, and the Girls' Debating Society. Her hohhy is smiling. and she intenfls to go to Xorinal School. .'XI.l4liR'l'.X YIC'l'flRI.X Ko1,r..xNn.x 89 lfoxon St. liahe enterecl from Strong School ancl was a member of the Spanish Lluh anrl A-X. .-X. Her hohby is motorcycle ruling. HELEN M. lN:0RCHESlil 571 XYinchester Ave. liohhy came from XYinchester School. She was a mem- ber of the French Clulm and Senior Chorus. ller hohliy is skating' and she is going to llr. :Xrnolcl's. 120 f 2 z o O 9 0 ' B DoRo'1'11Y KRALI. 15 Dwight St. Before coming to Hrillho-use Dorothy went to Troup ,lumor High School. She was a member of the Hiking and French Clubs, Dorothy plans to go to Connecticut miox KRALL, Y .X fb 4 XYest Rock Aye. Elem IEDYTIIE KRAl.l, 203 Spring St. Edie came from Truman Street School and was a mem- ber ot the Freshman and Sophomore Dramatic Clubs, Freshman Debating Club, Secretary of the Menorah So- ciety, and also belonged to the Spanish and Chemistry Clubs. Her hobbies are dancing and swiinnifng. She plans to enter Columbia College next year. Mort came from Sheridan and was on the Hockey and Baseball Teams. the Dramatic Club, School Circle, Kloni- tor Squad and the Social Committee. He intends to enter Brown. N XBFI l YICLYN lN:RlCK 756 George St. Al.is15R'r TQRAMER 554 Elm St. Al entered Hillhouse from Troup junior lligh and in- tends to enter Yale. He is a member of the A. A. and his hobbies are football, baseball, and basketball. Maisie came to us from Barnard Grammar School and Troup hlunior High and is planning to enter l,arson's Secretarial School. She was a member of the Field Hockey Squad, the School Minstrel, and the Tri-Y. 121 XvIl.I.1.XlVI JOHN KUPINsKi A 462 Clark St. . rw Kewpie prepared at St. . . and intends to enter Conn. Aggies in the Fall. He x s a member of the Freshman Dramatic Club, Poster Club, Spanish Club, and Rifle Team. I lfoxxixkn liusrxkiau, A 2 K 144 VV ,fW0 Cl R03Cl Ed came to Hillhouse from. 'he ' and is planning to attend Yale. He waggea r of Hi-Y. I ff WW N lilQLl.Y 84 Colony lioacl Art entered from New Utrecht High School and was a member of the A. A. and the Hockev Team. l lXlARIUN F1.oRRNcr: l..XD1NV, E N 2 61 Atwater Sl. Marion entered New Haven High from St. lirancis' Grammar School. She was a meniber oil. he lfresluuan Motto C ill and a supporter l7,gA,A,tl1lef' Association for fourIXEQB-161'v'.9i'f'ter"H2aving"fHigli School she is going to Middle ury College in Vermont. RHI2'1'.x AUuL'sT.x ldxxczl-3 70 Thoinpson St. Rheta graduated from Ivy School and plans to enter Normal School next year. She was a 'l'ri-Y member for three years, a member of the Freshman Orchestra and the German Club. Her hobby is reading. 122 f f S g to MARGARIET XCERONICA LANGER 183 Helen St., Hamden . A Peg graduated from St. -lohn's and intends to enter Normal School. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players and the French Club. IQUTH F. l.APIDES 485 Sherman Ave. Ruth is a graduate of Troup junior High and plans to enter New York University. She was a member of the J. M. P. Reading Circle and the A. A. Her hobby is dra- matics. KUR1' Lji:oRuE I-,xRsox 594 Orange St. Kurt entered Hillhousc from the Orange Street School and is planning to go into the shoe business, His hobby is playing soccer. At New Haven High he was in the German Club, the Freshman Motto Club, the Soccer Team and was Captain in his senior year. .lonN I.rx'rx'1s . R XVinthrop Ave., Hamden .. A! I Joh ny ehitered from Dunbar School and was a mem- be7 of the Gym Team. 'J. fiEORGE IQDVVARD 1..xL'D.xNo 94 South Front St. Shorty graduated from Strong School and expects to enter the University of Alabama. He was a member of the Athletic Association. His hobby is sports. 123 Z l Fizrzlm l.Ev1NE, ll E H -losmin lfiuxeis l..xw1.izR 047 Dixwell Are. Aloe came to us from Ivy Street School. .-Xfter leaving Hillhouse he is going to the Colorado School of Mines. His hohhy is modelling planes and ships. XYIRGI N IA Gooowi N LAw'roN . of -F-" Q Ill" 77 l'ark St. Free prepared at Troup junior High and intends lo enter Lioluinhia. She was a ineinlmer of the Girls' lie- lmating Society, Senior Chorus, and the .X. .X, 71 College St. finnv ffradnatecl from Sheridan -lunior High and will I . 5 enter a finishing school. Dancing is her holmliy. l':lE'l"l'Y l..xZ,xkoif1f 281 Munson St. Bei was a nieniher of the Orchestra and the French Lflnlm, and her holmlmy is drawing. She entered from the Ivy Street School and will go to Normal School. Diwlp S. IJEF, A E K 860 Orange St. Y Dave came to nf fi ni 'orthington Hooker School and intend: to eyrfe 'a . He was a nieniher of the J XvlCC-l,l' l tll6:? Hi-Y. l2-l Football 'l' ai , h Mo o Clulm, the lfreshman liasketlaall Team, tl B mi 'tor S iacl, and the Track Squad. and was AIARJURIE ANNE Linz 1985 Chapel St. Marge graduated from Sheridan junior High and is going to .-Xlbertus Magnus College. lYhile at Hillhouse she was a member of the German Club. the Tri-Y, and the j. M. P. Reading Circle. - ffjblv. Y I .-X1.EXANm:R A1.BER'r LEFF 20 Gilbert Ave. Lefty is a gracluate of Orange Street School and is going to study abroad. He was a member of the Glee Club and Norclau Society. lRx'ixc: l,Enx1.xx 45 Yernon St. l.em gracluatccl from Troup junior High School and expects to stucly chemistry at the University of Hamburg, Germany. lle was a member of the Motto Club and the Athletic Association. Painting is his hobby. lE'fHEI, l.r:11sow1'rz 7 Camm- ijt, Et entered from Crosby High, Xlaterbury, and was a member of the Spanish Club. She plans to enter Normal School. Dancing is her hobby. CI.EMEN'1' l,El..XSHER 34 Florence Ave. Clem came from Lyman Hall and expects to enter Yale. 125 6 J X o o O 0 , 3 W " a l,oU1s H. LERMAN, .3 P 2 95 Hubinger St. Lab entered from Troup junior High School. He was a member of the Athletic Association. -l.xcK LI. l,1csn1NE 469 Howard Ave. Yank came to Hillhouse from Truman School and is planning to carry on his studies at XYharton School of Finance the University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Freshman Dramatic and Debatinfr Clubs - . 1 . , --. b y Progressive Society, Cierman Club, and Orchestra. .'XI.RlCR'I' A. l,EVE'l'UN, M E 43 Gilbert .-Xve. A-Xl jonathan came to Hillhonse from Troup School and will go to Yale. He was a member of the Swimming Team, Xliater Polo Squad, Afternoon "Sentinel", Sopho- more lfootball, Baseball, and Track Teams, the Junior Social Committee, Monitor Squad, School Circle, and was a Competition Ofiicial of the "Sentinel". His hobby is swimming. BENJAMIN NoRM,xN l.m'1x1z 123 Asylum St. Normie came to us from Scranton and Troup junior High. He was President of the Nordau Society and a member of the Senior Executive Committee. He intends to take a General lidncational Course at Stanford Univer- sitv. l,ILI.I.XN LEVJNE 243 Spring St. Libby graduated from Truman Street School and plans to go to Normal School, Her hobby is reading. She be- longed to the Spanish Club and the Senior Chorus. 126 -9 . 0 Q Murrow X.xN'rHUs l,riv1Nic,1D B 98 Gilbert Ave. Milt came to us from Troup .lunior High and is pre- paring for the University of 1'ennsylvania. He belonged to the Freshman Dramatic Society, Orchestra, Basketball Team, and Dramatic Soeeityg the Sophomore Debating Society, Orchestra, and Motto Clubg the K'Sentinel" Busi- ness Hoard, and the VVrestling' Team. Skating is his hobby. l l'n11.1P .losEPH l.EYlNli I Mt. Carmel Phil enteigl ewsllav n H'gh from Mt. Carmel Gram- mar Scho l. le claimer .in mbership tr the F eshman Dramati' lt , V it rs 'rwlqkjulifahd .-X. llis hobby is 1 lsie. ii en eeng ale. H.xRo1.o l.icvlc'r1x, A P E 197 XYintlirop Ave. Harry came to us from Troup .Iunior High and intends to go to' Yale. He was a member of the Debating Society. Chorus, Cilee Club, Basketball Squad, and Orchestra. His favorite exclamation is "Heyl Hey!" T,xvl.oR DOWNER Lmvis 127 Ridge Road, Hamden Cowboy came to us from Ykorthington Hooker and tilen Ridge High School N. He was a member of the Ili-Y and intends to resume study at the University of Michigan. .l:I.0RENC'li t'ix'rH1eR1NE l.1k1ai.y, C0 P 38 Harding Place Flo entered from Ivy Street School and expects to be- come a dancing' teacher. She was a member of the Span- ish Club. the Glee Club 121. and the Senior Chorus. Dancing is her hobby. 127 5 - 5' 1- f 0 O 9 0 7 8 Harry B.XRB.'XR.X l,lTXl.Xl7RU 39 .Xrch St. Bobbie came to Hillhouse from Truman Street School and is planning to go to Normal School, .Xt High School she was a member of the Reacling Circle, the expression is "You ain't heard nothing yet l" linwxkn joniv l.iMHixcHER M 388 Shelton Ave. L lid came to us from' Ivy Stree't'Sehool and was a mem- lmer of the Hi-Y, 'l'r9!ls1rer4,0f'tl1e Freshman Motto Club, and Manager cyl? the BZIIIE-lf? He intends to go to Yale, bn. jorix I NEll.X ' " 2115 XX'inthrop Ave. PlOh1 i'1 e ' use mm Troup. His hohlmy is athle' s espei y lmaseb' and basketball. l,innie plans to con 'tue is ed W lon at Holy Cross. i Yixmz l.lNl-QR 19 Yernon St Yale came to us from Troup and intends to study medi- cine at Yale. He was-a member of the Track Team. Cross Country and Soccer Teams, and the Menorah Society. Ro1sER'r Lfnixxnuzk l.lNli 38 Irvington St. Uliey Dohey entered from XYoodward School and aims to go to the Yale Music School. lle lielonged to the Or- chestra, Chorus, and the Harmony Cluli. "Soda jerking" is his hobby. 128 French Club, the Glee Club and the Chorus. ller favorite Z 3' x to ,lllli HENRY l.11'1' 31 lirlwarrls St. Lippy entered llillhouse from St. Boniface Parochial School and was a member of the Electricity Club, and the .-X. .-X. His hobby is walking. L'iLxRl.1zs l,lPSl'lIl'l'Z 73 Greenwood St. Charlie came to llillhouse from Prince Street School and will take up electrical engineering at New York Uni- versity. He was a member of the Sophomore Gym ancl Track Teams, the Xorclan Society. and the French Club. Skating and dancing are his hobbies. Gkwcic C. l.1'rTi.E 48 Elliot St. Little came from Orange Street School. She was a member of the Senior and Freshman Choruses and Fresh- man Dramatic Club. Her hobby is music. She is going to Business College. K.xTnRYN Cm'li1.i,x l,1'r'r1.ia ,f 27 Bishop St. , . . iftlf Kaye came to us trovrfx ?9'Q3 lliCl' and was a member Of the Tri-Y and ,X. . .She is to stuclx' Dental . . . , . . V . - . Hygiene at Qolumbia Lnivcrsity. Her hobby is claneing. XY.Xl.'l'lCR l.oNcs,x l!O lames St XYalt was a member of the Yolley Hall, XYrestling and Baseball Teams and intencls to fro to Northeastern Uni versitx ' . 'l'. ' 1 . f ----t 129 if 1 1 0 O 9 O vlositrn A. l.oNcsoBARD1 33 Myrtle St. l.efty was a member of the A. A, and is going to Pratt institute. l-le came to Hlllhouse from Hamilton Gram- mar School and was a member of the A. A. THOMAS FRANCIS LOONEY 465 Blatehley Ave. Thomas came to Hillhouse from St. Francis and is pre- paring for St. Thomas' Seminary. His hobby is golf. ,xpx , , M riginal. THCLAAS Lo1ux'rK1Ew1c:z K 48 liast Pearl St. Mike came Zto us from Strong Sel ool and is planning to attend the University of Pennlsdvania. He was a member of the Freshman Basketball and Baseball Teams, Captain of the Freshman Football Team, and a member of the Varsity Track and Football Squad for three years. He was also a member of the Monitor Squad and Hill- house Players. ROBERT JosE1'H LURICNZI 500 Central Ave. Bob entered Hillhouse from Truman Street School and plans to enter Yale. He was a member of the Junior Hi- Y Club and the A. A. l,1-:WIS XYILLIAM Lomixow 56 Lawrence St. Lew was a member of the German Club. He came to us from Lovell School and intends to enter Pratt Institute. Skating is his hobby. A 130 :- f o o O 0 9 8 KENDALL liRw1N LUDINGTON 44 Downing St. Sonny entered from Clinton Avenue School and is pre- paring for the University of Alabama. He belonged to the French Club and the A. A. XvIVI.XN RUTH l.UFFEY 135 Hobart St. Vee-Vlee.-came to url?-oin Dwight School andfintends to resume Iherldtidies in the Yale School'of Fine Arts. She wasitjmember of the 'Preshnmn 1110 f- Clubgand the Freshman Chorus, the Sophomofe ,Progr Cbives and was active in the Hillhouse Players, Tri-Y, and Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle. FRANCES M. LULKEN 1093 Dixvvell Ave. Fran entered from Dixwell Avenue School. She was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle, Senior Chorus, Hiking Club, Volleyball Squad, and the A. A. She plans to enter Normal School. MARio LU1'oL1 161 james St. At Hillhouse l.up, who came from Strong School, was on the Track and Soccer Teams, and the Sophomore Base- ball and Basketball Teams. He plans to take a Civil Ser- vice Examination. FRANK Luzix jr. 237 Exchange St. Fritzie came to Hillhouse from St, Roses School and is going to M. I. T.. His favorite expression is "VVhy". 131 A x N g x 2 foo Q., ol' N fix ii. f . . , Y .lKJSEl'lllNE l'llS'l'liR l.YNc'n 220 Munson St. ,lo cntererl from lvy School and will cntcr lizlnny Smith's School for a course in kinclcrgarten touching. She was a niemhcr of thc Sophomore Motto Clulm, Sophomore Social Coinnntlee. l'. N, "Scnlincl", ,Mlilctic .'Xssociz1tion, i ,M fam--. x1L,1i.xRo ll. l.x INLH, A I E HO Eclgcwoocl Ave. Dick cnterccl from Sher' 'n and is going to Yale. He was ai incmhcr of the llocke "lk-zun, lli-Y, anal thc Moni- tor Sqnzul. ' XYICRONICA Iloaxie l.x'oNs 455 George St. Ycron, who came here from St. .lohn's School, was 21 ineinlmcr of the Hillhousc Playa-rs and the Monitor Squad. Her hohlxy is clranizllics, lfroni lflillhousc she intcncls to go to :Xlbcrtus Magnus College. XY1L1.1.xx1 I, l.Yoxs 56 XYhz1llcy Nw. llilly canic to Hillhousc from St. Mz1ry's llarocliial School :incl was a lncinhcr of thc lilcctricity Club and .-Xthletic Association. His hohhy is hockey and hc is going to Colgate. 132 Club, AX. .'X.. :incl thc 'fri-Y. 0 0 0 0 5' 8 Muzjoimc iWAl'.'XR'l'Ul'K I 33 ,Kensington St. Mac entereit from lCOlU111lX1S School and will go to Normal School.fySlic hclongcrl to thc lfrcslnnan Motto HXAILQ g oRo'rHY M. ' ' A l0. Canncr St. 'EYE Dot entcrcd Hillhousc from XYorthington Hooker School ancl is preparing for Hraclforcl Acaclciny. Her hohhy is dancing. Sho was a incinhcr of thc Athlctic Association. 'l.xMEs lXI.xcDoN.xi.D 70 Bassett St. .-Xt Hillhousc jimmy, who came from Ivy School, was :1 incnibcr of thc lleutschcr Vcrgin, thc Glec Club. and thc Senior Chorus. He is preparing for Pratt Institute. AI.1ctic M. MACE 102 Yista Tcrracc Al came to Hillhousc from Sheridan junior lligh School. She was a nieniber of thc Tri-Y, Senior Chorus. ancl .Xthletic Association. ller hobby is dancing. Shc is going to Columbia University. ,-XI.1fRI2o 0l.XCKRll.I.E 440 Yalc Avc. .-Xl cntcred from Shcrirlan jfmior lligh School :incl was ll nicnihcr of thu Athletic Association. f S 5 to ARLINE EVA 1X1ACMILl.lCN 65 Goffe St. Arline is a member of the Scnior Chorus. She came to us from St. Maryys and is planning to enter Normal School. 'loS15P11 h1.XDl'Jl-INV, A I E 211 Blake St. QA W joe xx' r o r Q 11113.11 Hockey and Track Squads, th 'I sl nan .lotto Club, Sophomore Track Squ , t ' 'in Team and the A. A. He devoted his spare me to driving the 'tstruggle buggy". He intends to en Pratt Institute and to studv env'ineerinw, 4 is 6 Q RUTH IQVELYN TWTAGID, KDE fb 21 Dwight St. Bagad graduated from Troup Scl1ool a11d will study nursing at Grace Hospital. She belonged to the Fresh- man and Senior Choruses, and tl1e Girls, Debating So- ciety. Swimming is her hobby. l.1Nco1.x IXTAHER 171 Norton St. Link entered from Roger Sherman School and was a member of the Monitor Squad, School Circle, and the Freshman Track '11C'H111. SETH limvix ATAHER 158 Shelton Ave. Mar came from Ivy and is going to Yale Art School. He was a member of the Sophomore Chorus. His l1ob- bies are hockey and basketball. T ' 134 Yiorfx C,x'i'11r:RiNi-1 lX'IAnr:R 97655 State St. Babe graduated from Clinton ,Xyenue School with hon ors and aims to go to Normal School. She was a mem- ber of the Athletic Association for four years. Her hob- by is skating. gXxc:E1.,x M. Mix1sANo 43 1931-dec Place Lenny came to Hillhouse from Sheridan Junior High School. She was a member of the Athletic A-Xssociation. ,-X1,1clf: LXIARY ill.-XK.XIiliY1Cli 199 Hamilton St. Abbey prepared at Hamilton Street School and will en- ter l.enox Hill Hospital where she will take up nursing. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, Senior Chorus, and the A. A. -IRAN E1.1z.xBE'1'n lxlAI.C0l.INl 21 Pardee Pl.. East Haven jean entered from Gcrrish .Xvenue School and plans to take up library work. Her activities included the Tri-Y, ul. M, P. Reading Circle, and the A. ,-X. lfiuncizs l.lI.l.l.XN hlALONli 57 XX'iIlia1n St. Frankie came to Hillhousc from Orange Street School and will take up nursing at St. lfrancis' Hospital, Hartford. She was a member of the Athletic Associa- tion. Dancing is her hobby. 135 9 5 X 2' o o 1 o Q F Q Y il'lIl.DRl'I1J lVlAN'l'Y 1599 Chapel St. Mildred entered from Troup junior High School and will study interior decorating. She was a member of the Chemistry Club the .l. M. l'. Reading Circle, and the Hiking Club. LUc1i.1..x l.. BLXNXYARINKD 18 Golden Hill St., Milford Lou came to Hillhouse from the Morgan Grammar School. She was a member of the ,lunior Basketball 'l'eam, and the ASX. Her hobby is outdoor sports and she is going to Storrs College. X,x'r1i,xN M.xRcos 20 .Xrthur St. Micus belonged to Der Deutsche Yerein, Motto Club, the Debating Club, and the .-X. .-X. llc entered from Tru- man School and will go to lioston College. llis hobby is ushering. N,X'l'll.XXllfL Cuorix lll.XRDEN 90 Hillside Ave. Cub is a graduate of XVoodward School and expects to take a position with Southern New England Telephone Co. Ile was a member of the A. A. and lilectrieity Club. His favorite sport is football. l'H1I,ll' AX. iXl,XRlNUl'lf 274 llamilton St. Phil graduated from Orange Street School and plans to study surgery at Yale. He was a member of llcr Deutsche Yereiu and the chemistry Club. llis hobby is bicycling. l36 X 2' 9 0 0 Q ' B gXl.v1N Nl. Nl.-x1u11cl.s'1'1f:lN 432 Columbus Ave. .Xl came to us from Truman and intencls to stucly Den- tistry at University of Penn. He was a member of the "Sentinel" Business lioarcl, Xlrestling and Track Teams, German Club, anrl Norclau anrl Menorah Societies. lEI.IZ.X1412TH J. 1XlARTlN 494 lloward Ave. Betty came to Hillhoiuse from Prince Street School. She was a member of the XYriters' Club, Hiking Club. Dramatic Club, and H. H. S. 'l'heatre Ciuilrl. She is going io a school of pharmacy. Fieixxcics l2l.iz.xis1a'rH iXlAR'l'lN 1140 1Yhalley Ave. liran came from Strong School ancl was a member of the Reading' Circle, the French Club, Tri-Y, and the Sen- ior Chorus. Her pet expression is, "Oh really, you clon't say Y" HENRY YINUENT Mixs'rERsoN 53 Lake Place Tub came from St. Marys ancl is going to lloly Cross. He was a member of the Cjlee Club. 13- liL1i.XNUR BLXRIUX hl,X'l'I1l.XS 1199 XYhitney Ave. llleanor gracluatecl from Putnam School and intends to enter lllidcllebury College. She was a member of the XYr1ters Club ancl .X QX. 137 ., 0 Q FLORA GERALDINE MATURo 68 Lilac St. Je aduated from lvy Street School and is prepar' ing for t State Normal School. She was a member of the Fr Dramatic Club, Chorus, and Tennis Teamg the S p lomor K nis Team, the Hiking Club, tilee Club: Hillhouse at ' Square Players, Italian Club, and Senior Chorus. liEA'rR1cE PEARL TXIAXFIELD 150 Cedar Hill Ave. Beatrice graduated from Clinton Avenue School and will Study nursing at Grace Hospital. She belonged to Tri-Y, and the A. A., and was Secretary of the Spanish Club. Her hobby is dancing. XN'EsI.1QY TNIAYER 210 English St. XVesley entered from Clinton Avenue School and was a member of the Athletic Association. LjEMM.x lX1,xzzAc,xN1a 156 Porter St. Jimmy came from Troup junior High School and is going to Normal School. :Xt Hillhouse she was a member of the Dickens Club. Her hobby is reading. l.oU1s TXTAZZACANE 34 Vernon St. Pete was a member of the Chemistry Club and the Athletic Association. He came from the Troup junior High School and will be an electrical engineer. 138 no X o O Q Q o S 5' Q C11.'xRI.Es FR.-xxels BICCAR'I'lIY l30 Davenport Ave. Chic graduated from St. john's and is going to Notre 15311107 VVhile at Hillhouse he was on the Track and Cross Country 'llt'Z1lHS. l Lois l"R,xNcf12s RICCLEAN 220 Park St. lip entered High School from Troup junior lligh. At j-filhquse ,she was made President of the Tri-Y and aikgeiglner ' the M. P. Reading Cirele, the H illhouse l'layers,p Qitor Squad, York Square Players. and the Senior Cl1OI'l1Sf"'QSJIQ-wj11tCl'lClS to enter Iinierson College and from there, the S7HlEHmil1'l3.'ElC School. H u:l.1H:N HARRIHT illVCCI.YMQN'l' 5 f 293 McKinley Ave. ' 1 , f- A N,-'fn ily ff 'fat g' atluatcydtyoni tlheikountry Day Sehool ot Ltica, N. Y. Sh'C"ilIllC1lClS to enter Mt. Holygke College, and was a n mher of the Field lloekey Team. H1f:1.12N MCGLYNN 77 Dorinan St. Helen came to Hillhouse where she was a nieinher of the Hiking Cluh and Tri-Y, from lvy Street School. Her hohhy is playing the piano. lf:l,lZABETH '.lllll'1RESA BICDIERMUTT 208 Chatham St. Betty prepared at St. Francis' Grammar School and plans to enter Normal School. She was a meniher of the Hiking Club, French Cluh, and A. QX. 139 llflmuv QXNNE iX'lClNlQRNIiY 102 Mansfield St. Marx' came to us from St. Maryis and intends to enter Business College. She was a member of the A. A. and the Senior Chorus. o Q Q O O Q X T':I.1ZABE'l'H lllmzv lVlCfiRA'l'Il 401 lluntington St. Betty graduated from Ivy Street School and plans to attend a secretarial school. She was a member of Tri-Y, Sophomore Dramatic Club, and the Spanish Club. Her hobby is dancing. HELEN FRANCIS IXICIXTYRIQ 1375 Chapel St. Mac prepared at .-Xlmonte Grammar in Canada and intends to enter Lasell Seminary. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, French Club, and A. A. Skiing and snow-shoeing are her hobbies. HELEN lllxkm Mcliicox 57 Whalley Ave. Helen came to us from St. Maryys and intends to enter Albertus Magnus College. She was a member of the Klotto Club and also belonged to the French Club and AX. A. FR.xx14 Mnxnow, M E 285 Norton St. Frank was on the Soccer Team, a member of the Alun- ior Social Committee, the junior Football Team, School Circle, the Monitor Squad, Football Team, Chairman of the Senior lixecutive Committee and Marshal-in-chief of the Monitor Squad. He came to Hillhouse from Troup -lunior High and is preparing for Cornell. 140 f X5 f 1 O Q 0 0 fi.X'I'llliRINI'I Y1RmN1.x AlIiDII.l. So .Xrthur St. Kath entcrcd llillhonsc from Sl. l'ctcr'S Parochial School and is going to Normal School. Shc was a meinhcr of thc lfrench Lfhilm, Hiking Clnh, Chorus, ancl Hillhonsc Players. l"R.xNc1f:s Rl.XRG.XRIi'1' Blifilmmzx' 233 Yallcy St. f ,- I D1 tchv gfr c ' rom Sheridan and is going to Nurs- ing . A-Xt H' house she was in the Sophomore Chorus and lfielcl H ckcy Squacl, and thc Al. ll. l'. Rcarl- ing Circle. Hcr hobby is rlancing. .Xxxiarria Mianrio -l ,lcllcrson St. Balm cntcrcnl llillhousc from Orange Strcct School and is preparing for thc Normal School. Shu was a nieinhcr of thc Italian Cluh anal .X. A. ll.Xl.l'll HARRY Kl1c1-Tzm: S4 liiinhcrly lXx'c. Melts was a mc-nihcr of thc Orchcstra ancl thc Athletic .Xssociation Hu plans to entcr a inusical school. S.XMl'lCI.lXlliRBllN f l 1 5 . . " 1, .M- Sain was a incinhcr of tzcljlircsliinan Dclmating and llrainatic Clnhs. won first prize in thc Thrift lfssay Con- tcst. scconcl prize in Menorah llcclaniation Contest, was a incmhcr of the Dchating Team, Chcss ancl Checlccr Clllll. Chcinistrj' Cluh. School Circle. Der llcntschc- Ycrcin, Xlritcrs' Liluh, "Sentinel" Editorial lioarcl. and was Yicc- Presirlcnt of the Debating Society. Ho rcccivccl a lic- inosthcncs incclal. Sain is preparing for Yalc. ancl entcrecl from Orangc- Strcct School. 141 , 0 Q . 8 Q MMXRICE Bl. iXlERSKY 476 XYinthrop Ave. Maurry came to Hillhouse from Troup junior High School. He was a member of the A. A., Glee Club, and Senior Chorus. He plans to go to medical school. l.IcsI.1E illICH.XliI, 1Xliisz.xRos, 158 Humphrey St. "Lotsi" came from l,ovell School and is preparing for the University of Virginia. At Hillhouse he was on the track team for four years, of which he was captain in his sophomore year, Sophomore Motto Club. and Hi-Y. How.xRD STEP IEN hlE K 98 Bassett St. gSl'a xi lvy Street School and is going to stucly engineering at eidelberg. He was a member of the Orchestra for three years, Band KZH, President of Sophomore Dramatic Society, P. N, Motto Club, Monitor Squad, and Hi-Y. xNvII.LI.XM MEYERJACK 98 Bassett St. lVilliam's hobbies are football and hockey and he was a member of the A. A. He came to Hillhonse from Ivy School and intencls to enter VVest Point. Q MII . ON 349 Sherman Ave. Phil is a graduate of Troup junior High and expects to enter Yale, His hobby is tennis. 142 X :- 0 O 0 0 5' B AlICH.XEL j. M1zzzAc.xN1: 81 Main St., .-Xnnex Metz came to Hillhouse from the Clinton Avenue School, anal is planning to continue his education at col- lege. His hobby is athletics. EMMA NIIGNONE 837 Grand Avg, Emma came to Hillhouse from Orange Street School and was a member of the Italian Club. .-XNN.x HELEN Miinxzzo 899 Congress Ave. A111111 pr pared atviffuaiiaii andfolafis to enter the Con- necticut C 1 Cf dot Phar1naey..'-'JShe was a member of the French Cl J, Chemistry Club, and Sigma Honor Society. .X1.1f1z14:11 Anorif illIl.ICI 49 Sherman Ave, Gig came froni Xlvebster School and plans to study l'harn1acy. He was a member of the Chemistry Club and the Chess and Checker Clnb. SA 111 URI. Ronizizr KI11.l.F:N ixwell Ave. Sam was Treasurer 1 tl'lCfM'CSl1lllZlll Debating Club and a member of the 1 ating Society for four years. He came from Street School and is preparing for Yale, ' 143 limxyxxn H Auolb AIILLER 235 Lenox St. Slim came. to Hillhouse 'rom Stroifgschool. .-Xt High School he was axr f tm:1G6r1 Tliclllll, Iiddie is preparing W 'alef 'His hobby is Yachting. ll.xRo1.D S'rixxl.1zi' Mn.l.1zR 52 Bristol St. Silky was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, the Deutscher Verein the Boys' Glee Club, the Senior Chorus, and the Football Squad. He entered from the Orange Street School and plans to take up architecture and engin- eering. JEAN lXI1L1.1aR 873 Sherman Ave. 'lean belonged to the Chemistry Club, and Tri-Y. She entered from Ivy School and will go to college. Her hob- by is dancing. Lv' N. Ru! tx 4 'C' X . L , V Blix iXiII.I.liR X171 Qrchard St. U Mac came to us fto11g'IT'h't6ju1iio1' High. He was Pre- sidentxbt the 'Mei' ah Society and a member of the Sen- ior Chorus. Nordai s, AS-A., and Deutscher Yerein. X AIORRIS Nl ILLER. fb B 528 Wintln-op Ave. Moose came to us from the Roger Sherman School and intends to go to Pittsburg University. He was a member of the Freshman Motto Club, XYrestling Team, Track Team and Orchestra. 144 xx L X o I O 1 O Q 7 G L'l,lxRE1scic E. Mums South End Road Mills cntcrcd llillhousc from Xtilliam Douglas Grain- mar School. He was a mcmhcr of thc Electricity Club and the Athlctic Association AIINA lUII.NE Mina came to Hillhouse from at a hospital. Swimming is her bloux Ci. hlINNlX,1lA ill 39 Pendleton St. ,lohnnic entered from Sheridan School and was a mem- hcr of thc Monitor Squad, Hockey Team, and the Senior lixccutivc Committee. ' l".x1s1L's Bl nero Orchestra 145. lfiuwx lXllRTU 254 Lloyd St. Frank cntcrcd from Hamilton School and was a incin- hcr of thc .-Xthlctic .'Xssociation. 145 Ivy and hohhy. 152 Butler St. intends to study 385 East St. ll Dnce cntered from Hamilton School and cxpccts to cntcr the Yale Music School, He was a mcmhcr of thc Z 0 0 0 Q lis'riiicR NlUI..XYliR 1 'l'omniy entered from Troup School and will attend Dr. Arnold's College. She was a member of the Gym Lead- ers' Club ISU, Senior Chorus, Menorah Society, German Club, and the Basketball. Yolleyball, and Hockey Teams. Arifnoxsie Moxmz ,-Xl came from Orange Street School and will enter Georgia Tech, He was XYlI.I.l.'XINl X'IC'l'OR iXl1'l'CHIEl.I., A I E 292 Norton St. Bill entered from Staunton Military :XCZlCl6111y,,ZlI1Ql in- tends to enter Leland-Stamford. l-le was a member of the School Circle and the Senior Executive Committee and was Treasurer of the hlunior Class. 17 Carmel St. lQUBIiR'l' H1-:Sky KloN,xoH,xN 35 Grant St. Bob entered llillhouse from lvy Street School. His hobby is ski-jumping. He was a member of the l'Sentinel" Editorial Board, XYriters Club, Debating Club, Hillhouse Players. Monitor Squad, and President of York Square Players. Bob is going to Princeton. 364 St. John St. a member of the Football Squad. ,IRAN l':l.lZ.XBE'l'll Nlooivizy 32 Linden St. jean graduated from lYortliington Hooker School and aims to go to Normal School. She was a member of the Hiking' Club, Tri-Y, and the A. .X. Her hobby is skating. 1-46 g 1 ,f S i " 9 . f X. I JOHN R0llERT'lXIOON4EY ,H 224 mberly .-Xve. 3 john .qiterewl Hiiphouse frqm Sl. Hitters Parochial School. He was a nember of the Senior Chorus, and the XVater Polo Team. -Iohnxis going tojilllinois University. His hobby is hauflball. A ' ' VY1L1.1.xx1 DAVID Moouia 39 Sperry St. Billy's hobby is baseball and he came to Hillhouse from Ivy Street School. W'11.1.1,xm D. RIOOREJ A .X E ll Vista Terrace Bill was a member of the Hockey Team and came from Sheridan Junior High. He will enter Dartmouth after graduation. 5 . X , Q A i J Ro1sER'1' -I. Moon: 28 Linden St. Bob entered Hillhouse from the Lovell Grammar School. His hobby is Skating and he is going to prep school. He was a member of the Electricity Club. Wu.1.1AM jos121'H Mooma 23 Belmont St., XVhitneyville "Billy entered from the Putnam Avenue School. He was a member of the A. A. His hobby is philosophy. 147 N Z O 0 0 limvxkn blURlARTY lfclclie came from Ivy college. Street School and expects to enter Q ,mm M. iXllJR1.XR'l'Y ,lf 49 Mainly Pl. ,-Xnn czune from tlic 91. 'bool and is going to kornial bcliomrrl. r bo y is Kluslc and bex taxoritc expression is ' ' Vixf. 264 Wlest Hazel St. lililJI"l'RliY lf. ll. iXllJRRlSSlCY 90 CZ1l'1llL'l St. jeff came to Hillliousc from the Roger 5llCl'lll2lll School. He was a nietnbcr of the lfreslnnan Tennis Tczun, tbc Motto Club, Monitor Sqnzlcl, Yzxrsity Tennis Teznn, Chair- nian of A. A-X. Dance, Clmirinan of QX. AX. Minstrel, and Z1 clieer leacler. H0 will cntcr XvlllZlll0X'2l. I l'ii4'1'lllCR l.. Rloxxow ,Q Es 1enterccliVroi Ivy Collc ' . Sb' a mei .'X. l 1111is. 98 Xlvcbslcr 51. Scbool and is going to Oberlin nber of the College Club and .X. XYIl.I.IAM Ii. iXlUGGl.li'l'UN 370 llixwell iXvc. Bill came to Hillbousc from Ivy Street School. He was Treasurer of tlic lilcctricity Club and a member of the Motto Club and is going to prep scliool. H8 S 0 GIEURGIC NlUI.l.lGAN 200 Rowe St. George entered from St. Boniface School and expects to go to Notre Dame. Chess and Checkers are his hobbies. Ile was a member of the .Xthletic Association. lJoRo'rnY MULVEY 514 llowm-41 A-Xygr Dot prepared at Sacred Heart and plans to go to Miss Gibbs' School in New York. She was a member of the Hiking Club, Tri-Y, Hillhouse Players, Dramatic Club, and the Hockey Squad. iXlARY R. L. Kl'UNi.icY 321 Lombard St. Mary is a graduate of St. Johns School and plans to go to the University of Blaine. She was a member of the Athletic Association. EDXVARD kXI.lEXANDlCR MUNRo 1607 Chapel St. Ed came from the Troiip junior High and will attend the B128 L etisgyfgfriciilti 5 study botany. Ile held iosilxlq tender on thc Soccer Team for two years. - 4 iH,IYIE SUs.xN Mtxsox Hoadley Road, liethany Ollie came from Sheridan Junior High. She was a mein- I ber of the Senior Class llin and lxing Committee and Athletic Association for three years. l 49 2 3' o O o 1 l Q ' A Al,II.TUN A. RIAIMAN 52 Blake St. Mil graduated from the Montowese Grammar School and expects to go to Connecticut Agricultural College. He was a member of the Orchestra, Chorus, and the Spanish Club. Horseback riding is his hobby. L. ANN XA14o'rsKY 498 XYinthrop Ave. tend Barnard College. She was a member of the Hiking Club and the Dramatic Club. Her hobbies are tennis and ice-skating. SARA RUTH NAYKJTIE 276 Portsea St. Sarkie graduated from Truman School and will enter Columbia. She was a member of the Menorah Society and the A. A. Her hobby is dancing. Dokis AYIVIAN NEAL Z lfvergreen Ave., Hamden Dot entered Hillhouse from Centerville School and in- tends to enter Miss Klason's School. She is a member of the Spanish Club and her hobby is reading. 150 Nen came to us from Troup School and is going to at- l I S S 0 0 Q . Q 0 .-Xrrix NEED 83 Douglas .-Xre. "Al" came to lelillhouse from Nathan Hale School and he is planning to go to Flying School. At High School he was in Hi-Y, the Art Club, and on the Art Board of the 1927 "llillhonse flleamn. fXlvin's hobby is me- chanics. Roy F. NIELSON 21 Lynwood Place Roy came to us from Dwight School and intends to enter New York School of Art. llxcr, lliwlicl. Ni4:v1Ns 17 Whittlesey Ave. Paul entered Hillhouse from Sheridan blunior High and expects to go to Oregon Agricultural School. He was a member of the 'Freshman Baseball and Football Squads, and the Sophomore Baseball Squad. Athletics are his hobby. .-XI.1-'Rl-:D .'Xbo1.P1l Niciim. 236 Xicoll St. Nick enter -il from XVorthington llooker School. :Xt Hillho vas a m nber of the Deutscher Yerein in hi 1' year th N. . H. S. Theatre Guild, the Chem- is l b, th ' i ni, and was Chairman of the Hill- house hiki' l c' 5. His hobby is stamp collecting and he inten ls o take up engineering. .IANR NooNAN 128 I-first St., Hamden ,lane graduated from the Dixwell Avenue School and will go to Normal School. Her hobby is skating. She was a member of Tri-Y and the Athletic Association, l5l l 5' 2 0 O o 1 0 f A HOWARD G. NlDRB1XCK 77 Sixth St. How ure 1arecl'at St. ' 1o111as' . 6llll1lEl1' "J and intends to Cl J 7rJll . ' a inher of the Footl ll, Hockey, and Ba: hal 'l'ean1s. ,l.xN1f'1' XoR'rn1:U1', 4192 77 Swartl1n1orc St. .lan plans to enter the Yale .Xrt School. She came from the Spring Cilen School and while at Hillhouse was on tl1e Fresl1n1an Volleyball, the Sophomore Volleyball and Basketball teams, the Secretary of the Poster Clnh, the M. P. Reading Circle, and tl1e Senior CllO1'US. Drawing is her hobby. l Arrnoxso Nozzo 294 llixwell Ave. :Xl entcrcfl from tl1e lvv Street School and is planning to take up electrical 6'1lgl1lCCl'lllg' or drafting. llis favor- ite expression is "XYal1 g'oxx'. XYll.I.TAM I.Uz1i1zNy fVBRIEN 221 Highlancl St. Obie was inc her of the Hillhonse Plavers. tl1e lienc- ing anal La oss !'1'j'n1s. He is prepari111g' for XYL-stern Reserve. 71 ' 'li " ite expression is "XYl1oopee", and l1is hobby, l1i sophy, l1EI.YN fJifillNNEI.L l9o Peck St. Helyn enterecl I-lillhonsc from Clinton ,Xvcnnc School and plans to attend tl1e Normal School. She was a 111en1- her of the Senior Executive QiUlll111llQtE'C, bl. M. Purdue Reading Circle, ancl the Hiking Clulm. .'XI'CllL'l'y is her hohhy. 152 fr ,, 5' 1 O 2 0 0 1 0 f a -loux fyCONNEI.I. 1235 State St. John entered Hillhouse from Clinton Avenue School He was a member of the Senior Social Committee, Cap- tain of Track, a member of the Track Team, XYrc-stling Team, Cross Country Team, Motto Club, and the Has- ketball Squad. He is going to Holy Cross. 1, ,C tl xx '77 In ef -fosmtu O'CoNN1f:1.I. 557 XYinchester Ave. H Joe came from the Ivy Street School. He was a mem- ber of the Glee Club, Senior Chorus, Hillhouse Players. Radio Club, and the Track Squad. l':l.l-IiN XY. O'CoxNoR, E N 2 94 Lilac St. li O belonged to the Field Hockey Team lx3j, the Bas- ketball Squad and the Monitor Squad. She came from lvy Street School and will take up dressmaking at Pratt Institute. Dancing is her hobby. l,11.Ll,xN FLORENCE OFFICER Mt. Carmel Lillian came to us from Mt. Carmel and was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore Motto Clubs, the Hiking Club, and the Senior Chorus. .Nrt is her hobby. cilCR.Xl.IJ Fl. CYHERREN 4 Lynwood Place Gerry entered Hillhonse from the Orange Street School. 'He was a member of the .Xthletic .Xssociation and IS going to Holy Cross. 153 5 0 " 1 2 ' Q f o l.14:N.x fll,lVlERl 18 Mi110Y Sf- l.ena was a member of the A. A. and the Italian Club She came to Hillhouse from Prince Street School and is planning to enter Normal School. Playing the piano and piano accordion are her hobbies. j.xN1a'r lnwoxxic fJI.SEN, 273 Munson St. .laye graduated from Ivy School and will attend Mar- garet M'orrison's School. ller hobbies are Skiltlllg and dancing. ' RTINNIE O1.sHoNsKY 120 Greenwood St. Minnie Came from the Troup junior High School and was a member of the French Club, Hiking Club and the A-X. A. She is going to Normal School. PAUL O'N12,xL 25 Shepherd St. Paul entered Hillhouse from ivy Street School and was a member of the Athletic Association. EDITH QDPPE 497 Edgewood Ave. lidith prepared at Roger Sherman, and will enter Mt. Holyoke in the Fall. She was Secretary of the German Club. To travel is Eclitlfs ambition, 154 2 f O 0 0 O 5' 8 tiizomsia f7Pl'ENHIZ1Xl ll XVhite St. Georgie gragluated from Triymnn School ai d will go to Yale. H0621 f1Nen1lgeg2pfIl1e r 1cj1.4Cl ,jtliengliess and Checker lub, Sclwgr Chorui Xhcinistry Club, ancl the Freshman Dramatic Society. Rosie CJPPENHIEIM 4 . 92 Sylvan Ave. K ' i i X- JJUM Toot pgepale a Troup Junior NHigh and will enter Bari l Sollegef ie was a member of the French Club, J. M. V. Reading Circle, aim A, A. fiEORGE liuulzxis KJRDANSKY, Y A CD 54 Dickerman St. Orclane came 'froni Troupliluniorl igh. His hobby is seeing splaysfx He tis' 4 oingeto StoTr. 'frm-L,f1-om, there to Yale. - BIURRIS ORIMQEI. 837 Howard Ave. Mash enterecl from the Prince Street School and in- tends to go to college. He was a member of the Senior Chorus, Orchestra, Rand, and Nordau and Menorah Societies. ' In if ml' vx!lob,l-1'-J l 155 1 9 Xooizoo SAUL l'fxnowi'rz 23 Arch St. Saul graduated from Truman Street School and intends to enter Yale, lle was a member of the .Xthletic .'Xssoc1a- tion. Jawa 691052 H14:1.i2N Main' lfxmiiau, C-J P 203 Cove St. Blondie entered from Nathan Hale School and will take up designing at Pratt Institute. Dancing is her hobby. She was a member of the Spanish Club, the XVriters' Club. and the Business Board of the Class Book. f,iERAl.D l'rxmzN'rE 106 Church St. Jerry entered Hillhouse from Church Street School and is planning to attend the University of Tennessee. He belonged to the Glee Club and the Dickens Club. Rvrn Pixkkizia 816121111 St. Brownie graduated from Troup Junior High School and plans to attend Larson Secretarial School. She be- longed to the Sophomore Motto Club, the Hiking Club, and the Senior Chorus. Aquatic sports are her hobby. SUs.xN .XNNA l'.xsc,xi.12 197 Franklin St. Sue graduated from Grange Street School and will at- tend l.arson's Secretarial School. She was a member of the Italian Club and the QX. MX. Dancing and tennis are her hobbies. l56 5 2 X O 2 Q o 0 .1 . Cioiumox lXl. PAYNIC 86 Circular Ave. Gordon entered from Church Street School and plans to enter Yale. His hobby is basketball and he was a mem- ber of Hi-Y. jimm' lfVl2l.YN l'1cixReE Skilt St., lflamden janet eame to us from Centerville School and intends to enter Storrs College. She was Yiee-Presidnt of th M. l'. Reading Circle, Secretary of the Chemistry Club, a member of the Hiking Club, French Club, Monitor Squad, and the Editorial Board of the Class Book. liI'IN-IAMIN ll.xl.l, IHQCK, jr. Cheshire, Conn. Y lien graduated fro Hun' n Grammar School, Cheshire, id will en l s' ' . He 'belonged to the PiI'L'Sl1l1l l0 e a ng 'lubs, thei Chess and Checker ' ll , and the i-Y. His hobby is music. l.II.l.I.XN l'1QRr:I.x1U'r'1'12R, ll E ll 'O Orange St. Lillian eanle from NVorthington l oo 1 efSehool and was President ' 'reshma Drainatiesekleeretary of the XYriters' 'ub, l'res'dent th I Debating Society, 4 1 the Monitor Squa , S 'li irele, Art Board of the " 'le-am", Hillhouse De t tg' 'l'eain, won the Deniosthenes Halal, . was a iemb r of the Hillhouse Players. If n s tooling leather. From Hillhouse she is g g o the Yale Art School. HIQLEN Hial.ois1-3 l'14:iu.x1.xx 574 lihn St. Helen eame from the Princes Street Sehool. .-Xt Hill- house she was a nieinbepof the French Club, the Chorus, and the l'. NI. Dramatic and Debating Clubs. 'Herihobby is daneingxmfroin New Hagen High Sehool Helen is go- ing to Emerson College of f-lratory. 157 g 5 1,1-:oNoR.x Nl,XRIl-I l'l-:'1'i:l21.l.1, Il E A l9 Canner St. Len came to Hillouse, where she was a member of the Reading Circle, from Columbus School. Dancing and music 'ire her hobbies. She is froinff to Business Colleffc. ' 5 m A GEORGE lx'l0RREI.L Gidge entered Grammar School. Q 11125 Q lJoRo'l'u14:.x ,-XDELIQ lJl2'1'ERSEN 512 XVhalley Ave. Dots hobbies are music and dancing, and she will con- tinue her studies at the Yale Music School. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, the German Club, and the Cheniistry Club, She graduated from the Troup Iunior High School. AiARY H. l,ETROVVSlil So. Main St., Cheshire Mary prepared at Mt. Carmel School and is planning to enter Normal School. Her hobby is swimming. l'1fN.xUscH 134 Circular Ave. Hillhouse from the Dixwcll Avenue He is going to a school of aviation. 7 , . Hifimrxx l'1fRoMM1eR SO liregory St. Bunny was a memberlof the Chorus and intends to enter Pratt's.- " s. ,f 158 , a bIUL1.x Nl.xRlE'r'r,x PHARR 1320 XYest Chapel St. Shorty came from Dwight and Troup Junior High School and was a member of the M. P. Reading Circle and the Athletic Association She is going' to Colum- bia University. EVELYN MARY PH1L1.n's 145 lfort Hale Road house. She graduated from the Nathan Hale School and her hobby is swimming. CHRIs P1-ioluxkis 24 Salcm St- Lefty prepared at Prince School and intends to enter prep school. He was a member of the Senior Chorus, the Swimming, Baseball, and Basketball Teams. His hob- by is aeronautics. ATARY LUCILLE PICCULU, II E A 286 Humphrey St. Pickles was Educational Secretary of the ltalian Club. and a member of the A. ,-X. and the Hiking Club. Her hobbies are skating and dancing. She graduated from the Hamilton School and will continue in Normal School. 1'.xsoU,xl.1c .'XI.HERf1' PICCULUV, A Q0 Il' 286 Humphrey St. Patsy entered from Hamilton School and expects to at- tend Fordham. He was Assistant Manager of the Base- ball Team, Yicc-President of the ltalian Club a11d a mem- ber ot the Soph Motto Club. Swimming is his hobby. 159 Iivie is planning to study nursing after leaving Hill- Z Q 1- 0 0 o 1 Q ' A l.i-zwis ill ICRCIC l,ew entered Hillliouse from Troup junior High School and was a member of the Athletic Association. llis hob- by is reading, l'lARo1.1m ill N Kes lflal came o Hillhouse from Scranton Street School and is planniiiig to attend the University of Pennsylvania. He was President of Chess and Checker Club and Yiee- Presiclent of the Progressives. i 5 ALFRED PIERCE 95 Foote St. Ted entered Hillhouse from Troup junior High and was a member of the Athletic Association. His hobby is foot- ball and he is going to prep school. 95 Foote St. Dixxiizr, J. li VX0J-fx 53 Ardmore St. M 1 1 1 '1 n . an came trom Spring Cilen School and is going to Notre Dame. He was a member of Hi-Y, Orchestra, Rifle Team and French Club. 15 -I uclson Ave. TQAYMUND l"RANcls .l'loN'rEK, 1' A XII 79 Broad St. Ra entered from St. -lolm's and intends to go to Holy Cross. He was a member of Hi-Y, Monitor Squad, ,School ' cle, Gift Committee, and the Football. Basket- ballgfsdd Baseball Teams. His hobby is athletics. ,N 160 I 3 Z o o O Q V B 1.i'1'IllEI. 1'1.XRRI1i'l' Pink 109 Chatham St. lith graduated from the Clinton .Xvenue School and is going to Normal School. .-Xt Hillhouse she was a member of the bl. Nl. l'. Reading Circle and the Hiking Club. A1.XRY lQosE 1,171.10 265 St. .Iohn St. Curly is a graduate of Orange Street School and will study at the Yale School of Music. She was a member of the Italian Club, Volleyball Team, and Senior Chorus. Chorus. Her hobby is piano-playing. X'i4:N'rLYRo 1',UR'l'Ul.UR1 French Club, Track Squad, and A. A. 1ivlf:1.YN l'os'1' 53 lfiflh St. Ginger came to Hillhousc from Troup junior lligh School and was a member of the Hiking Club, the lfrench Club and the Hockey Team. She is going to Normal School. 161 Yenny is a graduate of Columbus School and is not going to college. He was a member Cn.xR1.o'rT1s PLIECHNER , A V 233 Willow St, GJ' f'C'404'uf1,f Charlotte came to Hillhouse from Troup klunior High School. She was a member of the pl. 31. l'. Reading Circle and the XYriters, Club. Her hobby is books. Char- lotte plans to go to Albertus Magniis. 141 Chestnut St. of the Orchestra. 5' f 0 O 9 0 .1 , XoRM,xN HENRY PRINCE, Y ACD 190 Ellsworth Ave. Norm entered Hillhouse from Troup Junior High. His hobby is reading. He was Sports liditor of the "Sentinel" member of Hillhouse Players, Monitor Squad, and llc- bating Club. Norm is going to Yale. fc' i I 7' . -1,,os4, QA...- . I l,9v"a' " 1 :XNTHONY l'l2'r1cR PL'RCEI,l..X 152 Columbus Ave. Pere came to u 1 1 n School and is planning to enter N. Y e ' a member of the Freshman Football and ba ms, and of the Italian Club and Senior Chorus. OsC.xR PUESTER 2557 Vllhitney Ave. Spook came to Hillhouse from Newhall Street School and is preparing for Yale. At New Haven High he was on the football team. His hobby is athletics. NIARY JANIQ QUINN 333 Howard Ave. Mitzi graduated from St. l'eter's School and is going to Normal School. At Hillhouse she was on the Fresh- man Chorus, and the Reading Circle. Her hobby is danc- ing. 162 5 if x 0 0 1i'rHyl.1a A. RA1sEN 371 Sherman Ave. Eddy was a member of the Ifreneh Club, Glee Club, Motto Club, and A. A. She entered Hillhouse from the Truman Street School and will go to Normal School. Cxkl. RA MSTEDT 120 First St. Carl graduated from Dixwell Avenue School and was a member of the Athletic .-Xssociation. CHRIS lQ.XMSTED'l' 196 Greenwich Ave. Chris entered from Truman Street School and was a member of the Athletic Association. ANGELINA lXl.XRlE Raeuixxo 104 Carlisle St. Angelina prepared at Sacred Heart School and intends to go to Normal School. She was a member of the French Club. 163 f of O 5 ., Q 0 5' 8 linyriuz Bluzm R.xi'U,xxo 227 Starr St. l.efty came to Hillhouse from Ivy Street School and will zlttencl the State Normal School. ller hobby is clunc- ing. She belongerl to the Spanish Club and the A. IX. hl.XL'Rl-IICN l7.XTRlCl.X R.xl'U.xNo l.2lliC Yiew .Xre. llzltsy entered from St. lNl:1ry's ancl will take up Social Service XVork. Dancing is her hobby. flEURtili Rui S XYest Rock Ave. X i George wz1Q u c J of the Hockey Squafl and the h fJI' tl 1 entered Hillhonse from Sheridan. 1 in Q .XLICE bl.XRklURll'l liliixo -L3 llubinger St. Alice prepzlrecl :lt Sheridan junior lligh and intends to go to Connecticut College. She was at member of the Hllilllg Club. ller hobby is travelling. N g XV gi S Q J IXLICE l.. Rl-ICURIJ, B. 'l'.- 208 XYest Rock Ave. llill came to use from Shericlan junior High and is plan! ning to enter Connecticut College. She was an active member of the Hillhouse Players, School Circle, Monitor Squad, Student Council. Sophomore Motto Club, and the "Sentinel" lgUZll'Cl. 16-lr ! o Q 0 Q Curtis il. IQEYNOLIJS 48 lQivingston St. Chris entered llillhouse from XYorthington Hooker ancl expeets to attend Holy Cross. He was a member of the Monitor Squarl. Sports and inusie are his hobbies, Nlxkiox RIIUXIIITS horses. Nlo1.l.1E Rie11M,xx,f1J E ill Rich enterecl from Troup School and is going to l'ratt Institute to sturly Art. She was a member of the junior and Senior Girls, Debating Societies, the A-X. ,-X.. ancl the Senior Chorus, Swimming is her hobby, EDWARD Rl Ni: 1523 Chapel St. Dusty came to us from McKinley High in Honolulu and intencls to carry on her stuclies in college. She was a member of the Chemistry Club and her hobby is ruling 120 XYillarcl St. tencls to U' to t e 1 '.,1 f of S uthern California. He was ae v mbe of the Sw' iming and XYater l'olo Eclwarcl prep red Sl . 'Iunior High ancl in- it ,U 5 6 Chute jumping. SUMNER H. llolslcms, PARP 320 liclgewoocl .-Xve. Sununy came to us from Troup anfl intends to enter N. Y. C. He was a member of the lireshinan Dramatic Club, Sohomore Motto Club, Spanish Club, Inter-Frateiv nity Council, ,lNl'ZlCli Team, iXlonitor Squacl, and Business Manager of the Hillhouse "Clleam". l65 Teams, bc' g Manager of the latt French Club, Senior Chorus. Cilee Club, ancl the I-lancl. His hobby is para- ' 2 -0.1250 ber of the l-li-Y Club and the A. A. Robby's hobby is renting cars. EDITH S. ROGERS, 1122 201 Everit St. Rog prepared at Wbrthington Hooker and will enter VVellesley College in the Fall!-. She was a member of the Hockey and Basketball Teams. IJURA Rooorr ll Clover Place Dodo, graduated from the Truman Street School and is pla i to ,D to Normal School. At VHillhouse she was in ie C ,, the Senior Chorus, the M. P. Reading , the W'riters' Club, the N. H. H. S. Theatre Guild, the Debating Club, the "Cleam" Board, and the Sigma Honor Society. l+'1.oRENcE Roooiflf 385 Oak Place lilossie came from Troup and is going to Normal School. At Hillhouse she was a member of the French Club the Reading Circle, the Chorus, and the Glee Club. Swimming and rowing are hcr hobbies. ,lOHN ROMANU 251 Greene St. Abadaba was a member of the Freshman Basketball and Track Teams and was active in the Italian Club. He came to Hillhouse from Columbus School and intends to enter Leland Stanford. 166 KENNETH VINCENT ROBINSON 788 Elm St. Robby is a graduate of Wlorthington Hooker and con- templates entering the University of Penn. He was a mem- , of 0 5 . o 5' A i Q S SIDNEY Roxmxoifif, A P E 1164 XVhalley Ave. Hop XYah gracluaiecl from Sheridan hlunior High and expects to go to New York University. He lmelongecl to the German Cluh and the Athletic Association. -IENNIE Y, RoM.xNoIfsKv 226 Commerce St. -lay came t 'llh us om Troup junior High School. She was a nie Ihe e 'cnc ancl Spanish Clubs, Hik- ing Cluh, Chorhs tzincl At , ic Association. ller hohhy is sports. She ion o Normal School. SoI.1.x' Roxllc 12 Button St. Sol graduated from 'liI'llIl'1ll Street School and will go to Yale to stty' 1 epllcipe. e helonffecl to the Freshman Orchestra, T elcHfea1iI1aml 'tl Niia1:liufSocirty. His holi- by is dancing. lf " CAROLINE E1.Iz,xBIs'1'H RoN.x1.DsoN, A. A. 10 Alden Ave. Ron prepared at Sheridan junior High and will enter Mt. Holyoke College. She was a memlmer of the Senior Chorus, Monitor Squacl, Tri-Y, College Cluh, and Vice- President of Intersorority Council and Secretary of the College Club. IJAVID PAU1. RosEN 52 Diekerman St. Dave entereclf illhouse fro Troup junior High. His hobhv is polof ' e is ging' o forcl Cniversitv to study mecl' ' . l67 it - 02 3 0 vi 8 Q jmx l.J1cv,xN RUSEN 83 Hallock St. -Ierry came from Truman School and will attend Nor- mal School. She was a member of the A. A., and her hobby is laughing. SAMUEL RosENF1E1.D, A P E 245 Sherman Ave. Rosy preparecl at Troup junior High School and ex- pects to go to Tufts College. He was a member of the Athletic Association, F1.oRA RosEN 25 Maple St. Flos prepared at Troup junior High and plans to enter Columbia College. She was a member of the VVriters' Club, Dickens Club, Dramatic Club, Debatinv' Club and A, A. 5 Klxruiuiu RosENH,xUM 209 Norton St. Fitzie enterecl from Truman ancl is preparing for Nor- mal School. Her hobby is swimming. She was a mem- ber of the Chorus, the Freshman Dramatic Club, and xl. M. l'. Reading Circle. XYA1.'i'1eR J. RosINUs 314 Columbus Ave. At I-lillhouse Rosy, who came from the Truman Street School, was a member of the German Club. He is preparing for Notre Dame. Rosy's favorite expression is "XVhoopee". l6S .9' f o 1 2 o O f A HELEN .-X, Rosorsxv, 211 241 141 Scranton St Ross graduated from Troup and is planning to enter the Harvard Law School. At Hillhouse she was a mem- ber of the Hillhouse Players, the Glee Club, the VVriters Club and was Treasurer of the Debating Society. f 1 v-'N High School and will go to Yale. TRENE A. RUURKE 59 Stevens St. Renee entered from St. Llohn's School and will enter St. Raphaells School of Nursing. She was a member of the Italian Club. bl. M. l" Reading Cirt ', ior Chorus, and the A, ,-X. l .X. Dancing is her hobby. LHORRIS RUBIN ,,- , 83 Kensington St. ' c ' 1 Morris graduated from lvv Street School and plans to v K Y 9 go to X ale. He plans to becoipe a doctor. . , L, - h ,, ,fa Y W, 1 W 1 69 Q EUGENE ' ow lll lnshoa I was a member of the Monitor Squad thc School Ci e, the Yarsity Debating 'lS6'1lll Su 11111111115 and the XVater Polo Squads and the lCl1tO11Ell boards ot thc "Gleam" and the "Sentinel", He was Ldltox in Lhief ot the "Sentinel", He entered from the lrvington N RUTH BTILDRED Rozixstiy 41 Bldlxc St Ruth came from Troup School and xxlll studx dental hygiene at Columbia. She was 1 member of thc Sopho more Glee Club, the 'Girls' ljCliZlllllf Souetw l thc X 1 2' 3 'l IXIAURTNE RYNNE Lake Yiew Ave. 5 Q T1 2 jl1Qs NA'r11AN BONAPARTE RUBIN, dv H 20 Arthur St. Num " bra ua of Vast .Bohn Grammar School in Texas ai t i n o e t 'illa Nova. He was a mem! ber of the Fre an e ing Team, Freshman XVrest- ling Team, Varsity SNV'11llHl11g Team, and the Senior Chorus. His hobby is theatrical work. R 0 ' mar ni SIDNEY UMANOFF , , H .fl 3 Hit- St. ' . X. t,-1.f...V,-XV? ,KAW Sidney graduated from Truman Street School at cl iv" A preparing for New York University. He belonged to the German Club. Reading is his hobby. V l SYLYE CORISANDE RUMANUFF 96 Avon St, Rummy prepared at Grange Street School and intends to go to Boston University. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, French Club, and Debating Club. X' aff' MW Maurine graduated from Saint Mary's Academy and was a member of the .-Xthletic fXssociation. 170 5 f Q T1 2 jflos I.1r.l.i,xN CATH!-:NINE Sinks 88 Perkins St. Lillian prepared at Clinton Avenue School and intends to enter Dr. Arnoldls School. She was a member of the VVriters' Club, Hiking Club, Field Hockey Team, M. P. Reading Circle, Hillhouse Players and the afternoon 'tSentinel". FR.-xxx A. S.xcc.xy1xo 53 Pierpont 51, Sae graduated from St. Rose's School and expects to enter .Notre Dame. He was a member of the Athletic Association. HliI.l'IN E. S,xNnixI.1.s 70 Rosette St, Sandy prepared at Sacred Heart School and is plan- ning to enter Normal School. She was a member of the Motto Club, the afternoon "SentinelH Board, and the Bas- ketball Team. l llixvin Sixxorisu 59 College St. Dave entered from Troup junior High School and was a member of the Motto Club, NYriters' Club, Hillhouse Players, Monitor Squad, Debating Club, Spanish Club, and the Minstrel. Dave was also Manager of the Foot- ball Team, and Associate Editor of the "Kileam". lC1.lZixnr:'1'H S.xN1foRn, A. A. 90 Alden Aye. Hetty entered Hillhouse from Sheridan -lunior High. and was a member of the Field Hockey Team and the Athletic Association. She intends to enter Holyoke Col- lege. Her hobby is dancing. l7l 1 Z JY 0 o f a liicialacx-Ax Eroisli North llzu-cn F. XYAI.DlJ S.xx'.xcslz, A E K , 168 Ellsworth Ave. Firpo came fum Troup junior High. He was a member of the Glnk HiQl1g,!'rBe'fHlayers, and Hi-Y. His xx'ezxk11Mi, ef -ties. 'Firpo is going to Xlesleyan to become 21 professor. ARTHUR Sciiiszifiaxcli, 1' A 111 1890 State 53 Dutch camel to Hillhousc from State.Street Grammar in footballl l From Yorda 1 Gr mmar School liccky came to HillliotQQw1ifb 2 l :er of thc French Club. She is going to Smith. S.xl.l.v Scuilflf Sally cntererl from Troup School and iutcncls to stucly :tt Yale Art School. She was at member of thc Uppcr Orchestra and was Assistant Concert Nlistrcss. She was also at member of the Sophomore Chorus, llillhouse Play- ers, Commercial Art Club, and Der lleutschc Vcrein. f ff School and isgfuliflini-ing to attend N. Y. E257 was active fl lc J SCHMEISER 176 Gilbert Ave. 21 inenibcr of the Athletic Association. t ll, lohn entered Hillhouse from St. Rose School :tml was Y t lf 172 X X 1 Z 5' 0 O o 1 z o f s lim Sclixialoi-:R 760 State St. Paddy is an honor graduate of Orange Street School and plans to study at the State Normal School. She was a nieniher of the yXthletic .'Xssociation. lee skating is her hobby. 'W ' f J N .- CnRYs'r1-3l,l..x CVIHERI NE Scnxi-:1.L1c for four years. hloHN H. Serixlcliiz, A 2 K 1239 lforest Road 'lohnnic was a meinher of the Orchestra and Hi-Y. and was l.eader of the Minstrel Orchestra. He came to us from Susan Sheridan junior High and intends to go to Lafayette. Rvrn Senxrrxrxx Sehnitzie entered from Troup and Club. A. ,X., and the Yolleyhall Teani. aesthetic dancing are her holmhies. t . , lDURU'l'llY l':I.l.lfX SCIIRI-Ifli 178 Shetlield .hir-. Dot came to llillhonse from Orange Street School. She helonged to the lireshnian Dramatic Cluh, Basketball Team. and junior Yolleylmall Team. She is going to Xor- nial School. 173 .Xrnolcl's College. She was a member 23 Xotkin St. Chris prepared at llixwell Avenue School and intends to enter Smith follege. She was a lUC'llll?C'I"Of the Tri-Y 1361 Chapel St. will attend llr. of the Spanish .Xcrohatics and S lx - 7 . A X 0 2 0 0 1 Q ' B Ros.xLm SCHROEDER, E N E 270 Alden Ave. retary of the Hillhouse Players, President of the York Square l'layers, and a member of the German Club and the NVriters Club. She intends to go to the New York School of Drama. AlIl.DRED SCHWARTZ 35 Truman St. Mickey came from the Truman Street School and is planning to become a nurse at the Grace Hospital. lVhile at Hillhouse she was a member of the J. M .l'. Reading Circle, the N. H. H. S. Theatre Guild, and the Debating Club. l1QAI.PH JOHN SCoI..x 180 Beacon Ave. Ray entered from Columbus School and will go to Bos- ton College. He was a member of the A. A. for four vears. H.-xanax' SHA!-'ER Z4 Frank St. Harry entered New Haven Higlrvfrofn Tr man Street School and wi ttend Yale. He b' loiged t th Chess and Checker Cl man. . if db-by is athletics. A . H STEPHEN C. SHANLEY 174 Howard Ave. Steve was a member of the Hi-Y, A. A., and was on the Track Team for three years. He came to us from St. Peterls School and is planning to attend Yale Sheff. 174 Lee entered from Sheridan junior lligh. She was Sec- 5 X 2 0 ot 1 2 so 0 . f.:HRIS'1'01'I1ER SHANNON 142 XVest St. Red came to us from iliflllllilll and is planning to enter ,-Xrnold College. Basketball is his hobby. HoNoR LUC1l.l.lC SH,xNNoN, C9 P 231 Shelton Ave. Honey graduated from Ivy Street School. She will either attend Normal School or study nursing. Her ac- tivities included Freshman Dramatics, XVriters' Club, Hill- house Players, Spanish Club, Hiking Club, and Senior Chorus. BEN,l.XMlN S115x1'EiL!l.,,.Q-913' 3383 1Yhitney Ave. S5 M 1 Ben graduated from Centerville School and expects to enter the Yale Law School. He was a member of the Orchestra t3j, the Debating Society, the Freshman Dra- matic Society, and was Treasurer of the Chess and Check- er Club. Model building and music are his hobbies. :XNNE CECILI-I SHARRON 159 Chatham St. An came from St. Francis' Parochial School. She was a member of the Motto Club, Hiking Club, French Club, and Sigma Honor Society. Anne is going to Normal School. l f V f' M. Er.1Z.xi4ETH 711133512 23 Homestead Ave. Betty ent red High School from Sheridan junior High. She was a member of the French Club, Tri-Y, Hiking Club, College Club, and A. A. 175 4 :- O O Q Q . .12. GERTRUDE SHEEHAN 35 Rowe St. Gert prepared at St. Francis' School and intends to go to Normal School. She was a member of Tri-Y, French Club, Chorus. and AN. .-X. lirzxxnrn XX'n.sox Sn15I.Dox 236 Howard Ave. Kenny entered from Truman Street School and has pre- pared for New Haven College. He was a member of the lli-Y and the A. A, Russlcrx. IIUMPHREY Smz1aM,xN 355 Blake SL, Rus arfluated fl'OlVK7SlqL1'lCl2l.ll l121ipf,KHigl1 School and int 1 lsfto,e1'1terV Xlgje. g'Hef was 6" rem Jer of the .Mh- letlc Dxssoeiation. Sports are his hobby. ls,x,xc' fl.XBRIEL Suu lo Broad St. lssy was a member of the Boys' Glee Club and Hi-Y. He came to us from Troup and intends to enter New York L'niversity. Radio is his hobby. .Xxx hl.XI4lil. SHREBNIK 200 Quinnipiac Ave. Shrehby graduated from XYoodward and 'is preparing for the Normal School. She belonged to Trr-Y, the Cler- man Club, Sophomore Hiking Club, and the lfreshman Chorus. Her hobby is skating. 176 R1cHARo MAX Snzonl. anley St. Dick was 'a 1n 111b Debating Team, the "Sentinf el" liditori 1 o rl, fas President of the Boys' Debating Society, in 1 be of the School Circle, Treasurer of the XVriters' C b, and Manager of the Chess and Checker Club. He entered from Troup junior High School. GEoRGE YALE SILVER Columbia Dental School, ATAXINE SILv1z1:s'rE1N, TI E II 53 Dyer St. Mac entered from Troup and will attend Virginia Col- lege. She was a 1ne111ber of the Junior Social Committee, Debating Society, and the A. A. Ping-pong is her hobby. 1300 Dixwell Ave. Slivers was a member of the French Club, was active on the Sophomore Basketball Squad and the junior Chorus. He came to Hillhouse from Troup and intends to go to TQUGER l'ix1zsoNs SMITH 4490 Whitney Ave., Mt. Carmel Smitty entered from XVorthington Hooker and is going to Vlfesleyan. His hobby is drawing and he was a mem- ber of the Hi-Y and A. A. ZELLY SMIRNOFF, APE 63 Truman St. Zelly came from Truman Street School. At Hillhouse in his Sophomore year he was President of the Glee Club, also i11 his Senior year. He was Concert Master of the Orchestra in his junior and Senior years, Director of music i11 the German Club, a member of the Progressive Society, member of the Orchestra for 4 years, member of Senio-r Chorus and High School Band. 177 0 O Q S l'llil.liN Sxvnlcie IO Cottage St. l.cn is a graduate of XYor1hington llooker and will enter Yale School of Music. She was a member of the Freshman Basketball Team, Girls' Clee Club, Spanish C'lub and the Senior Chorus. Blilyrow f4lIURCllII.I,SUDERliliR1Q 44 liast Pearl St. f Nlilton cntcrecl fllllliiqtlill Scl mol aid is prepaiing for -u'illlll?11SQW Asslstantfillanagel' of tlie ?'fetg1i in l9Z9f,blflis hobby is basketball. llEl.icN Sormn 'J VVebb St. llelen came to us from State Street Grammar School anrl is planning to enter Normal School. She was a member of the German Club and her hobby is elocution. llixvm Somor 475 Xlinthrop Ave. Dave gracluatecl from Noble School, XYest Haven, ancl mtennls to enter Alabama University. lle was a member ot the Soccer. Swimming, ancl Freshman Motto Club. JUSEPIIINE Bl,xR1,x SOLIMIN1 49 XYarren St. joe came to us from Columbus School and intenclsto enter St. Ra11hael's. She was a member of the Italian Club. Swimming is her hobby. , 178 , a f x i o O Q . O 0 f s XYIl.I.1.-XM SoL.oA1oN 54 Ilickerman Sl. Bill came to us from Troup and is planning to enter Yale. He is a member of the German Club, Cross Coun- try Team, and the Track Team. Orin QiENIiYlEYli Sowlzokai. 35 Houston St. Olga came to us from St. Francis School and intends to resume l1er studies at Albertus Magnus College and the Yale Nursing School. She was a member of the Sophomore Gym Leaders Club, French Club, and Senior Chorus. skating. l T I I2 A SPECTOR X 232 Starr St. . ie to ' House from Ivy Street School. Shc x 'ls a men ' tie tl. M. P. Reading Circle and Hiking Cub. H T hobby is hiking. She is going to Normal Schoo . 179 SEm1.x lfl.lZ.XlSETIl SoRoi..x l llcibx xc Sel prepared at Strong School and lIllCllllS to cuter Normal School. She was a member ot the I Nl P lxmd ing Circle, French Club, Tri-Y, and the X X MURIHI. TANN SP.xNrs llw Nash St After leaving High School Minn is om., to kormal School. She graduated from Xl oitlnngton Hooker School and while at Hillhouse she xx as on thc Treshmm and Sophomore Volleyball Teams llcr hobby 18 cc f ff S o O Q . Q O X 7 8 .Limits SPIGNESI, A 6011 33 Chapel St. Spigyys hobby is sports. He was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club and the Sophomore Football Team. He came to us from Orange Street School and intends to resume his studies in Alabama. CELIA SYLYIA SP1v,xK 191 Davenport Ave. Sym entered Hillhouse from Truman Street School. She was a member of the I. M. P. Reading Circle, Girls' Debating Society, French Club, and Senior Chorus. Sym is going to Normal School. Hixnoum FR.xNK1.ix SPRAGUIC 228 Putnam St. can froi M uma S eet S ho . ' e as a mem- be t M i r S a vag si ent of the S io Slot o Club. RIARUNNE STA MM 2679 XVhitney Ave. Marianne spent her freshman and sophomore years in Florida and is preparing for the Dedie-juillerat School on Lac Leman. Switzerland. .-Xt Hillhouse she was a mem- ber of the French and Hiking Clubs and the Tri-Y. plaxlcrz SARA STANNARD 262 XYest Rock Ave. -lay entered Hillhouse from Sheridan and expects to go to the University of Yermont. She was a member of the Girls' Tennis Team and champion of the -lunior and Sen- ' ior Classes. 180i 5 o os t B bltnrn Roxfxxix S'rtxxs1f11a1.D 273 Clinton Ave. Eddie came to us from Clinton Avenue School and is preparing for college. She was a member of the Fresh- man Chorus, Captain of the Sophomore Hockey Squad, a member of the Hockey Team, H illhouse Players, XVriters Club. and the ,l. M. P. Reading Circle. n ST- ' ,EY STAN wlcz 37 Thorn St. . - avi le came 1 s est Hav ' ligh and is e aring for- iobby is athleti s. 'lunsox STEM' 23 Tour Ave. Stent entered New Haven High from Sheridan junior High. He was a member of the Orchestra and the French Club. i 4 " g Uuus C,iEoRcz14: S'1'ER1.1xta 830 Dixwell Ave. Jule entered from Dixwell Avenue School, Hainden, and is planning to go to Yale. He was Yice-Vresiclent of the l Chess and Checker Club and was a member of the Swim- ming Squad. Swimming is his hobby. lloms L1oNs'1',xNc'r: S'r1cwAR'r 624 XYint-hester Ave. Dot graduated from the Ivy Street School and is going to Business College. . 181 X 1 0 I B O 1 Q Q " s lJAUl,lNIi M.xRioN STliXY.XR'l' C124 XYinehesler .-Xve. Polly graduated from Ivy Street School and is going to Business College. At Hillhouse she was a member of the Freshman Hockey team and the Hiking team, Her hobby is skating. Yvll.l.1.X1NI S'rEwAR'r 1276 Vylhalley Ave. Bill eame from Cumberland, Hd. in his senior year and was a member ot the Track and Basketball Teams and the Athletic Association. Eoirn C. S'r1Liis, K M 2 38 Brownell St. Editl p epared at Sheridan junior High and intends to enter n'th Co eve. She was a member of Tri-Y. Hillho , - Pl. 'e , ollege Club, French Club, Tennis Team 'olley l 'eam, and Basketball Team. xiii X.x'i'.xl.1li S'i'i1ci.1Nmz, A A 160 .Xlden Aye. - She was Treasurer of Tri-Y, and a member of tl - ill- house Players, College Club, and the Basket ma nd Vol- leyball Squads. ller hobby is dancingf Nat entered from Sheridan and is going to lXlt. TQOBERT S'1'ocK 176 tioite Terrace Bob came from Beecher School and was a member of the Student Council, School Circle, Football Team, and the XVrestling Team. He was also President of the Fresh- man Motto Club, Chief Marshal of the Monitor Squad, and Chairman of the junior Social Committee. l8Z f o O o O I B VX'I1.I.1,xM S. Srow 75 Spring Garden St. Billie prepared at Orange Street School. He was a member of the Soccer, Swimming, and Basketball Teams. Bualov B QIU XRI 192 Dwight St. xl lioU1.D STREIETER 128 lflowe St. A l Go' ld was a 1 ,mber A ' P a. and SofM3f?6 l f L ,ASJIE-aux? from the Troup Junior igh SCIHJI and will go to N v York University. Burt entcicd Hillhouse from Troup junior High School and is preparing for Yale Sheff. He was a member of the Executive Committee of Hi-Y, Senior Executive Committee, Assistant Editor of "The Gleam", Assignment Iiditor of the "Sentinel", Monitor Squad, Class Book Edi- torial Board, School Circle, and President of the Chemis- try Club. He received a Scroll and Quill and was a Gradu- ation Speaker. His hobby is electric railway systems. lx I IINOR Sum ll I E 77 Hillcrest Ave., Hamden JACOB SUD-NRSKY 46 Arthur Sr. jack, who came from Truman, was on the lireshman Track Team, a member of the German Club, and the Sen- ior Chorus. He intends to enter Yale Medical School. l.uk1e 15 a graduate of Church Street School and will take the Bacteriology Course at Yale Medical School. Her activities included the Freshman Volleyball Squad and Dramatic Club, the Motto Club, Hiking Club, J. M. P. Reading Circle, Tri-Y, Hockey Team, and Senior Chorus. l83 1 , 9 0 0 1 Q 0 ' B A1.1c1-1 JXBYGAII. Suukuic 30 Lyon St. Al came to us from Orange Street School and is plan- ning to enter Normal School. She was a member of the Dickens Club and j. M. P. Reading Circle in her junior Year and the N. H. H. S. Theater Guild and A. A. in her Senior Year. EDXYARD FRAN als SVGRU15 266 Humphrey St. Et e ca ie to l-lillfouse trom l.ovell Schoolfand is pre- paring for Yale. He fW8+if PV ideiit tofu Der Deutche Verein, and oi'-the Chess and C cker Club, and belonged to the Checker Team and the Freshman Motto Club. FRED DI. SlJI.LlX'.XN 105 Sherman Ave. Fred entered from Troup junior High and is going to the University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the A. A. and his hobby is athletics. llmiuev SUTFINV, A I E 95 XYillis St. llap came to Hillhouse from the lvy Street School and was Il member of the Senior Executive Committee, Varsity Baseball Team, and the Electricity Club. lle is going to be an Electrical Engineer. l.loNl4:l. R. SUTFIN 95 XYillis St. Lenny graduated from lvy Street School and expects to study medicine at 'Yale or johns Hopkins. He was a member ofthe Monitor Squad, York Square Players, llillhouse Players, and the Football Team. 184 1 o o I' s IVREDA Svlksliv 845 Howard Ave. Red r Jared ct Tron 'm ' igh id is planning to teach mu 'C s ieniber of the Debating Club, French lg , . nior Chorus. Girls' Glee Club, and Or- chestra. er hobbyfis music. lvlURGAN Y.x1.1+: Swnzsxv, A P2 24 VVight St. Fat came from Troup junior High S qolp Xt Hill- house he was a mem r of the Dglgati g""Z1illl' 'erman Clubs. He is going to X le.Llk'l-'X' 'V .! 7 X 'I - fl llfW'6'5"V lSi4:A'1'R1eIa 'l'.xN,xNBAUM 164 Fairfield Ave. Bea entered from Troup .junior High School and will continue at Fanny Sniith's Kindergarten School. "My word!" is her favorite exclamation. She was a member of the Girls' Debating Society and the Glee Club. .Xlzxolb XYIIAIHRE 'll.XYI.llR 251 Ciotfe St. Sonny is a graduate of the Ivy Street School, and is going to the Ohio State University. XYhile at Hillhouse he was in the Senior Chorus. His hobby is basketball. 185 hlonx .VXi.EX,xNn1z1: THQ 128 Howe St. 2' 1 o O o 0 r U llEI.liN 'l',xYI.oR, JX. A. 816 Edgewood Ave. Helen entered Hillhouse from Sheridan hlnnior High. Her hobbx' is dancing and she intends to enter Lasell Sem- inary. .99 a .-,BX . f 5 ze' V .lohn came to ns fronisl eveland, Ohio, and expects to enter Ohio State College. just-ilfn filililillli 'l'r:s'11x 792 Grand Ave. .I 4 ' x . K ' joe was treasurer of the llillhonge iPlax'ers, Circulation Manager of the "Sentinel", and was avmember of the lfreslnnan Football and llaseball Squads, the Sophomore Hockey and Baseball Squads, the Monitor Squad. the ltal- ian Club, and the Dickens Club. He graduated from the Grange Street School and will enter Notre Dame. His hobby is horseback riding. linwixian 'l'H.xYER 147 Newhall St. lid prepared at Strong School and intends to enter Yale. He was a member of the Diving and XYater Polo Teams. Cartooning is lid! hobby. IDA 'l'HIQMpl.jR 35 Rtxilllelfl Sl. I prepared at Troup Junior High and plans to enter Normal School. She was a member of the Cierman Llub, and A. A. Reading is her hobby. l86 2 Z o o O 1 2 " r a ,. if . .1 I , - -'mx X lx. lylgft-LMQL L v'-4'v4'k'1L V' " 1 r-r gf, linw.xRD IJ. Tnomifsox 46 Sherman Ave. Alihc is a graduate of llarnard School and intends to enter Centre College. He was a member of the Basket- ball, Baseball, and XYrestling Teams, and the School Cirele. Studying' Cicero is his hobby. HEl.l'IN l.Ul'ISE Tuoxii-soN 46 Sherman Ave. Tom iff came from Troull hlunior High and is going to Dr.JAri1olcL5xfJVFLh4hst1se she was on the Freshman Chorus, he Sopliomore Basketball Squad, and the Volley- ball Squ l. Heflfmbby is skating. -lxxis Crixoxx 'lnomesox XYoodbridge .lack entered from Sheridan and is going to l'ratt's. She was a member of the Sophomore Hiking' Club, and daneing is her hobby. glrxxiee Mus Tnouesox, A A S4 ,Xlden Ave, Janice graduated from Sheridan ,lunior High and in- tends to enter Connecticut College. She was a member of Cllfl-X. Her hobbies are reading and dancing. I jamics FRANCIS 'l'Hoi4N'roN 651 Ferry St. 4 'S ' , james was graduated from the Hamden tiramniari Sehool and plans to enter Yale. lie was..a member of the Chemistry Club and the .rX. A. Mnsif is-his hobby. 187 5 2 X O 2 Q 9 Q .1 , SAMUEL T1co'rsKY 190 Legion Ave. Ty entered Hillhouse from Scranton Street School and is preparing for the University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany. He was a member of the Freshman Basketball Squad and the Athletic Association. iViARGARIET FIELD T11.soN, A. A. 3 Loomis Pl. Peggy prepared at Vtorthington Hooker and plans to enter Smith College. She was a member of the Hillhouse Players, "Gleam" Board, President of the French Club, and Assistant Editor of the Class Book. STANLEY T1xo1.EY 78 Center St., XYoodbriclge Stan entered from Sheridan junior High School and was a member of the Athletic Association. Huixiox 'l'o1ual.1.o 1299 Dixwell Ave. Ham came to Hillhouse from the Church Street School in Hamden. His hobby is athletics. FREnr:R1cK 'l'owNsENn 458 Nortqm gt, Fred entered from Troup junior High and will go to Lehigh. He was a member of the .Xthletic .Xssociation and the Rifle Team. 188 i --QA X o O o 1 2 Q v s l:l.URl'iNCE T11EREs.x 'l'R.x1'1-EE 3043 XX'hitney Ave. Flo came to us from Mt. Carmel Grammar School and intends to enter Normal School. She was a member of the lireshman l-liking Club, Freshman Basketball Team, and A. A. RUTH TRU SIJELL Ruth prepared at Roger Sherman School and plans to enter Simmons College. She was a member of Tri-Y, Hiking Club, Senior Chorus, Hillhouse Players, and the Orchestra. Riclrxno HIENRX' TYNEIQ 29 ,ludson Ave. At Hillhouse, Dick, whotirte from Troup, was a mem- ber of the Hillhouse',l?la1yers. Dick is.going either to Yale or Cornell. Enwix F. TRAUTMAN 33 Truman St. Eddie entered fro Truman St. School and plans to stu d Johns opkins He was '1 member o e u .ch emor Chorus Debat- : da 11.3. le I I r fs 7 ei , ' S . ing Society the 'Sentiiel' c ri l1e Cross Country Squad, and Track Team. l-loekey a l football are his hobbies. 810 Elm St. SHERMAN C. TUTTLE, A A E 246 Vllest Rock Ave. Sherm entered from Sheridan and plans to go to NVes- leyan University. He belonged to the Sophomore Motto Club, the Hi-Y lixecutivc Committee, the Freshman XYrestling Team, and the Track Squad. 4 189 T Z J' 0 0 " 1 2 Q t B CAWHERINIQ BRUDERICK UNDERIIILL 1839 Chapel St. Kay prepared at St. Marys Academy and is planning to enter Yale A-Xrt School. She was a member of the Senior Chorus, and A. AX. PH1LoMx-:x.x XvAI.IiN'1'l2 0 1458 Dixwell Ave. Phyllis entered 1 the Church Street School, llam- den, and will at the Yale School of Music. She be- longed to tl 're hman Chorus and Dramatic Societyg the Sophomore Motto and Glee Clubs, the Italian Club, and the Senior Chorus. Music is her hobby. wasffineinlmer of the Freshman Chorus and lfreshman Vylyies are swimming and skating. Jim is going to Yale to it V study medicine, and he won the Sniirnow Geometry Prize. 190 blxxiies A-X. x'i.XRRON1i 66 Cedar llill Ave. hlim "ehfered High School from Lovell School. lie 1 fiiaiinatie Cluh, and had honors for two years. His holm- 5 , .. f O Q 0 0 .1 , l.ol'ls X'1l,l..XNO 217 ,Portsea St, l.ouis came tonllillhonse from the Orange Street School. His hobby is philosophy, From High School Louis is going to the Ohio State University. tjmxcrc Mn' 1f'1NCliN'1' 12 Marvel Roarl Yiny entered from Troup junior High and will attencl Normal School. She was a member ol the A. .-X., aml skating is her hobby. MM-1 YIRSIIUI' 921 tirancl .Xu-. Mae enterecl High School from Orange Street School. She was a member of the Basketball Team, Yolleyball Team, Debating Team, ancl the Sophomore Dramatic Club. .f u 6, - ,X QXRTHUR YlSHNo 317 Sherman Ave. 'sh' W 'Q nz- M Abadaba came to Hillhonse from l ronp ancl is planning ' V ' to enter Dartmouth. He was a member of the Football Team, Swimming' Team. liaseball Team. ancl Orchestra. AF'-E '1. llnxrox ICUQIQNE Your, A E K 121 lfast 1'eafl'St. Milt came from Strong School and is going to continue his eclncation at the Uniterl States Naval School of :Xero- nantics. lYhile at Hillhonse he was a member of Hi-Y. His hobby is aviation. 191 5 . Y 1 9 1. X "",12fQ XYILLIAM K. XYADE 516 Winthrop Ave. Bill entered Hillhouse from Troup Junior High and plans to enter Yale Sheffield Scientific School. At New Haven High he was a member of the Sophomore Motto Club. FRED VVALLACE, 1' A XII 81 Ellsworth Ave. Freddie entered Hillhouse from Sheridan and intends to enter NYesleyan. He was a member of the Football. Swimming and Water l'olo Teams, and also a member of the Monitor Squad. His hobby is athletics. M,xms.xRE'r M. XV,xLsH North Branford Peg came to Hillhouse from North Branford Center School and was a member of the Athletic Association for four years. She is going to St. Francis' Hospital in Hartford to be a nurse. Kxvxloxo .'XRT5,L'R XY.XI.l.STEN, A A 2, 383 NYinthrop Ave. Ray came to QG from Troup ,lnnior High and was a memberfof the Baseball Team. N K q V X' 192 ! O 051 2 QI-Io , S ,- I!! , f .-F . 0. . 1 XYII.l,l.XIXI FRIEDIQRICIR XY.u.jfn1is Zl XYillis St. Bill ei ered:,H,illl155useCfro1n the Ivy Street School, and is plannii "f,0,L'0'lltll'1l1C his education at the Pratt lnstitute of Teehfi logv. He was a member of the Radio Club. Cy came to us from New York City a attend New York University School of a member of the Xordau Society and th llaseball is his hobby. STEPHAN .AX. XY.xRNlile 1601 Dixwell Ave. Steve was a member of the Motto Club for two years and the Football Squad. He entered from the Church Street School and will go to the University of ,-Xlabania. FI.oRENCE GLORIA XYEINER, 1'I E Il lfloey was a member of the Sophomo New Haven High Theatre Guild, and Girls' Debating Society. She intends to ies at Syracuse. MYRTLE Emru XYEINER, ll IC II 609 XYashington Ave. Myrtle prepared at Truman School. She was President of the Freshman Debating Club, Chairman of the Execu- tive Committee of the Freshman Dramatic Club, Presi- dent of the Writers' Club, Yice-l'resident of the tiirls' De- bating Cilub, and was a member of the Freshman and Sophomore Basketball Teams. . 193 l.. C., Sophomore Dramatic Club, A. J SIDNEY WlxNERM.xN 73 tireenwood St. nd is planning to lfinanee. He is e Senior Chorus. re Chorus, S. Cl. X., Hiking Club. Secretary of the resume her stud- , - 2 ., Q 1 2 Q Q f o GERTRUDE G. XYEINSTEIN 927 l-loward Ave. Gertrude came from Troup School and will take a Teachers Course at Fanny Smith's Kindergarten School. She belonged to the Spanish Club, Basketball Team, and the Senior Chorus. ZELDA XVEINSTEIN 740 Orchard St. Zelda entered from Troup Junior High School and was a member of the A. A. and the Debating Club. l NTILDRED ARLINE VV12Is1z.xUER 1530 Boulevard XVeissie prepared at Troup junior High and intends to go to Normal School. She was a member of the bl. M. P. Reading' Circle. Her hobbies are skatinff and dancinff IN 6' Louis XVEISSER 256 Cedar St. . .:V+f1-'M- Bud graduated tr Trot Jhrfrbr High School and plans to go to New Y mversity. He belonged to Der Deutsche Verein and the A. A. Swimming' is his hobby. BEXTXMIN VVEISS AN, M E l42 livei-it St. Ben graduate rom NYorthington Hooker and is going to XVharto S ' 1 ol of ina ice. He was a member of the Monit r S a , Hoclx ' 'nd Swimming Squads, and the Hillhous jlayers. X 194 P L to RUTII XYAOMI XYELCH 52 Lexington St. 'lloots prepared at Dixwell Avenue School and is plan- ning to enter St. Raphael's Hospital. She was a member of the Sophomore Chorus and A. A. RAY O. XVELSC H hobby is speed. G14:R'rRUnlc VVELLER 425 George St. Gertrude entered from Truman Street School. LILLIA N THERESA NVIQNTSCH Club. jiximzs XVIERSHUW 48 Kensington St. Jim entered from Troup School and expects to go to Yale. He was a member of the Senior Chorus and the Chemistry Club. 195 117 Auburn St. Ray entered from Troup and is going to Yale. His 134 Shelton Ave. Bud is a graduate of Ivy School and will attend Yale School of Music. She belonged to Tri-Y and the German 9' Z O 0 0 O f 6 lzmrn XYEsl.l-ir ls.xi:EL MARY XN'i2s'1'c'oT'r 48 Bedford Ave. XYesty came to Hillhouse from the Putnam Avenue Sehool, and is planning to continue her education at the Yale Musie School. She was a member of the Motto Club and the .X. A. HDORUTHEA M ,xv VVIIIEIQLER Choruses. DORIS l2l.IZ.XISl2TII XYHITE , 5. 85 Grand Ave. Doris entered from St. Francis and will go to Normal School. She belonged to the Sophomore Motto Club. Basketball Squad 145, and the I. M. P. Reading Circle. Football and swimming are her hobbies. lfRrxNC1s lioxxixk M 5- 1 1' A ill f lfrai 1 is: 2 jf 'iff J ' e Y l , ehr l f l h N V' n e T l l.' j'l. ' -if 196 lide graduated from Troup junior High School and was a member of the Athletic Association. 291 Norton St. 42 YVright A ve. Doll came from Troup and is going to Normal School. At Ilillhouse she was in the lfreshman and Sophomore 225 XYinthrop A ve. 1 r c 1 of Troup junior High School and is - io o fine Arts. lyhile at Hill- o e ia h l in anc Ring Committee, and the his s ion the L lass Hook. .1 j 1 o X o Q . Q Q f s TXTARGIE l4:l.EANOR XVHITE 25 Kensington St. .Xfter l aving iffh S ge is going to the State Norm' i ' . ' g rated from Troup junior High and a llhou 0 she was on the Freshman Basketball Team. Dancii g is her hobby. ,f i FIQHN 'R xx'HiTEffmTPr'i A if 470 Ellsworth Aw, Jack came to New llaven High from Phillips Academy, Andover, and is preparing for :Xmhers He was on the Football and Tennis Teams. -Wil l+'R.xNc1s glosizru XY1r:o.xNn 17 Dorman St. XYiggic entered Hillhouse from Ivy Street School and is preparing for Yale Sheff. He belonged to the Freshman Hockey and Track Squads. the Yarsity Hockey Team, and was on the board of the "Hiilhouse Gleamu, and Chairman of the Program Committee of the Chemistry Club. Aero- nautics is his hobby. .IANET l:R.XNl'lS XXYILDIER 75 Mansfield St. Ja' eai1ietcxlH:'llhw h'Irs. lJ21y'S School. In her lfresl nan year . e xy. s a member of the Student Council. Later shlffliscaine a member of the Hillhouse Players. York Squa i Players, School Circle, lileam Editorial Hoa d. and the Monitor Squad. ,lanct played held hockey dnrii all four years and was captain o-f the team in her ' Senior year. l,11.L1rxN llokornv XYIl.l.l.XMS' . 56 Foote St. N l,ill plans to enter Norr College at Xliashington. She was a member of the A. A. lx 1.97 1 Z GERTRUDE VV1NcnE1.1. 22 Shoreham Road Trudy came to us from Nathan Hale School and intends to enter the Yale School of Art. She was a member of the Freshman Chorus and belonged to the Hillhouse Play- ers, Monitor Squad, Senior Chorus, and A. A. 1V1AE XVooD Mitzi came to hobby is dancing. o -K1 2 Q 0 o f s G. KENNETH VV1L1.1s, A 2 K 35 Elmwood Road Kenny came to New Ha X1-1 igh from Sheridan ,lun- ior High. At Hillhouse he ' . Business Manager of the "Sentinel", President f School Circle and Hi-Y, a member of the Fodtbalm Hockey Teams, and was chair- man of the Class Day Committee. lien is preparing for Blair A8HCWIf15' EH then Amherst. FRANCIS ALEXANDER XVUOD 78 lforbes Pl., liast Haven Red is a man of the great outdoors and his watchword is "XVhoopeel" He came from the Gerrish Avenue School in East Haven and will enter Yale to study tor- estry. 141 Kimberly Ave. Hillhouse from Scranton School. Her DoRoTHEix RIAY XYooDRU1fF 250 Nicoll St. 1 ' 'X Dot is a graduate of XYorthington Hooker and is going U to Normal School. Shc was a member of the -I. M. P. Reading Circle, Tri-Y, Hiking Club, and thc A. .-X. Her hobbies are skating and hiking. 198 i o o Q Q 0 X 5- 2 , 6 S ' s R1cH.xRn I., XYORDEX 16 Pond St. Dick prepared at Ivy Street School. .He was a member of the H1-Y and his favorite expression is "Such is Life". O JOHN J. VVOZNIAK 603 East St. Johnny came to Hillhouse from St. Stanislaus School and was a member of the Athletic Association. He is going to Conn. College of Pharmacy. REBECCA MAY YAFFE 129 Oak St. Bet graduated from Troup School and will go to Nor- mal School. She was a member of the I. M. P. Reading Circle. Reading is her hobby. llxvio Yicniucs 4 St. Ronan Terrace Dave graduated from the XYorthing'ton Hooker School and is going to Harvard. He was a member of the "Sentinel" Board, the School Circle, the Fencing Team, and the Monitor Squad, and was editor-in-chief of the "Hillhouse Gleanf' and the Senior Class Book. l99 S 1 C C 0 " 1 Z Q 0 f s .ALXVYN P, Xvllkli 245 Central Ave. Al was iqmbe f 1 i-Y Club. He entered Hill- house fr Qgherida . gh and expects to go to Am- herst. F ot mall is l ' ho by. 1.1-:suis Roscolt Yokli, A A2 151 Foster St. l.es grad 'ited from XY mrthington llooker and is enter- ing Dar th. ' 3 lanager of the Hockey 'l'eam. Manager Sop more football Team and a member of the usiness Board of the "Gleam", Hi-Y, Freshman Swimming Team a 1d a cheer leader. joslarn XYUDKIN 73 Greenwood St. 'loe entered from Crosby High in XYaterbury, Conn.. and will go to X. Y. C. He belonged to the Orchestra and Nordau Society. Eurrn ZANRo'rsKY 100 Judson Ave. liclye came to us from Harnard. She was a member of the Sophomore Chorus, Dramatic Club, and the A. A. She plans to enter Normal School. 200 I X 2 0 0 ., ri 2 B Q 'losEPH Z,xYoNc 104 james St. joe enterecl from Strong iirzimmar School zmcl was Z1 memher of the orchestra :incl the Motto Clnlm. . If , I - ,1,.'1 lil- V 1 ""Xi-if f ' 1 ',,-'A rl V J r, , r I. . 1 '- 1?R1iIJ'lUSIil,lI Z1I.l.l, A0011 107 XYillow Sl. lfreclrlie enterccl from XYorthinglon lloolqer School and is preparing to zittenel lloly Cross. lle was Z1 memher of the 'l'enniQ 'l'ez1m. ,4- 1 Q , +1 . , ll121wI2lA'1',1Rx'1"No f:1K1Ml2RM.XX LV- 59 Kensington Sl. , ,- D ,, N- Zimmie entered frommllfcmip School :md plans to attend Sieffielcl Scientific, fifehool of Yale. His holmhy is playing the piano. 'i J i 1X'1I.1.1itM l.oU1s ZlIXIM1'LRMAX,A .XE ll llixwell .-Xve. ljill '-fmclllzttecl from Ivy Street School :tml is going to Shell. llie wgs '1 member of Hi-Y 441, llillhouse Play- '7 Y Vs, " ' itinell' Vi1nmingTeam 131, ancl fiym Team, and 1 wz ' 'ice-l . clent of the School Circle. L V N W SN 1 SIDNEY Zwli1oBrxUM, M E 173 lillsworth Ave. K Zwzighzu 1 came to ns from 'liroup :incl intencls to enter the Univers 'of Southern Qlllllfllflllll, He was a memher of the IN r Squaql and ' rmzm Chill zmfl was 21 compe- titi 1 Olheial o the "'Sen?ine "'liclitoriz1l leioarcl. 201 5 X ' N o s Q 0 7 B JOHN H. ZwuL1NsK1 13 XYi1liam St. Speed czuuc tu Ililllwusc from the c,J1'Zl1lgC Strecl School. He was El IIMJINIJCI' of the Electricity Club and the A. A. Mjf V , W. K Q .v n I5 X 'A X . 1. xg f J Y f 2 F494 as ii?-1 'F 171' iii? , A1 .M wtf fx 202 -2 j N"Ho, fH"S 204 f 2 1 0 0 0 O ,1 , Svrhnnl Qlirrle NNI in XX'il.I.xs IILIXNI Zlxlxiizlmxxx lx TA l xr xx Frank LiZllllll13.I'ZlI1O blames lleghigelis Philip Dwyer Hubert Gildea Anne Hallinger -leannette llall Robert Halpin Gordon HastingS ,Xaron Hertz Shirley llolalbircl Tlicresa Knopf Horton lirall .-Xllmert l,cveton glfICllZl167'.Y David Yerkes 205 l'resz'dc11t l'im'-l'1'v.vz'dc11f Frank Meadow Samuel Merniin Vllilliam Mitchell Lillian l,'erelniutter Raymond Piontek Alice Record Eugene Rostow Richard Siegel Robert Stock Burton Stuart Edward Thompson klanet llvilclel' Kenneth Willis Sl'f'l't'ftIl"j' 206 f 0 Q 5 0 flllnniinr Srqtmh FRANK NIEADOVV . Jllurslzal-zu Chzef RIT x EAC XN . , Secretary Rudolf Anderson Edna Andrews Anne Barrett Dorothy Becker Francis Begley Fletcher Burger Beatrice Binney Phyllis Bollman Leon Brooks Richard Burke john Burns Frank Cammarano Marjorie Cassidy lVinifred Cavanaugh Elizabeth Curran Evelyn Cutler james DeAngelis Margaret Dinnean Philip Dwyer Rita Eagan Samuel Feldman Kathryn Foran Marjorie Geddes Vernon Gedney Meyer Goldsmith Samuel Goodman Edna Greenberg Elizabeth Greenwald Charles Haley A-Xnne Haltinger ,Ieannette Hall Robert Halpin Gordon Hastings Edwin Hendric Aaron Hertz Shirley Holabird Mary Hynes Raymond Jacobs M embers Sidney Zweigbaum 207 Paul Kennedy Morton Krall David Lee Albert Leveton Michael Lopatkiewicz Richard Lynch Veronica Lyons Lois McClean Howard Meyerjack Robert Monaghan Geoffrey Morissey Eleanor O'Connor janet Pearce Lillian Perelmutter Pasquale Piccolo Raymond Fiontek Norman Prince George Rau Alice Record Christopher Reynolds Sumner Roberts Caroline Ronaldson Eugene Rostow David Sandler Harold Sprague Gould Streeter Burton Stuart Lionel Sutfin joseph Testa Fred VVallace Benjamin XYClSSITlZiIl janet XYilder Kenneth VVillis Gertrude XVinchell john lYhitehead David Yerkes Leslie York XYilliam Zimmerman Z O Seninr Exerutiuv Olnmmittee FRANK Bliaxmm' . Clzazruzau llorolliy liccker john Burns Frank Cameron lfrank QiZlIllI11fl1'ZiIlU XVinifred Cavanaugli Mary Conway Bernard Cox Arlccn Curtis livelyn Cutler Roy Davidson C0111 izzitire' 208 Philip Dwyer Kita liagzm Anne Hzilringer lilsic llnrrington Gordon llzistings llenjzunin l.cvinc lYilliani Mitchell hlolm Ofoiinel Burton Stuart Harold Sutnn p X o x i 0 X 0 0 7 8 Igrnmvnahr Glnmmittre FLETCHIQR BURGER . . C1101-VYIZIIIZ fylllllllfffft' Josef 1Xdlcrlmrst Ciurclcm Ilzlslings John Burns VZNKIIIZIIQ' l'iu-Ulu Illizabeth QiI'CCIlXY314l Doris XYIHIQ 209 X o of 0 o S 9 B Ullman Bag Glnmmittev G. KENNETH XY11.L1s . Chaz'r'mau Members Andrew Amatrudo .lulm Hackett Richard Barrows Caroline Rcmalclsfm Marjorie Cassidy -lzmicc Stzmnarcl Jack YY11itehead 210 f X o 1 K X 7 B Q Q 0 Q Gilman Hin Qlnmmitter Amis IJEANLQELIS . Clmirzzzau Committee Frances .Mclen Rita Eagan Richard Barrows Olive Munson Frank f2lIHINZlTZ1l1O' Francis XVhitc 211 0112155 Gift Glnmmittw xxx C.x51x1.x1uxu fgflflffllltlll L'w11111z1'ftL'c Rmlurlph .XINlCI'SUI1 blnsvph Liriwclullu Ifclnu .Xnrlrcws Rulrcrl Halpin xYiIlifI'Ctl C'z1V:1112n1gl1 XYiIliz1m R1l1gQ'lK'l0l1 Rllylllllllfl Pillllttqi 212 1 I o O O 0 5' B Gilman lgirturv Qlnmmittrv uma . C'!1u1'1'11 C-,Ulll1l1AI.fl"4'l' Josef .Xcllcrlmrsl liurclrm Hastings Frank Cameron llc-len Kebabian Flizzxlmcth Clrccuwalcl Xxviuiillll Moore 213 l f f 0 of Q Q Q X B Sveninr Svnrial Glnmmittme ui.-xkb Brianna . . C'l1L1Z'7'M1GlI Cl0HllI'ZZ.lLf6'U 'lolm l-lurus Mildred Haesche .-Xllcn Dyer Morton Krall lilizzllmetlm Cireenwalcl -Iulm O'Co1111ell 21-l , .4 s A. A. flliimitrel Glnmmittre The fourth auuual miustrel was a great sueeess aucl easily lillccl the auditorium twice. Geullrey l". ll. Hurissey lleaclecl the euuiiuiuee, aucl was assisted lay lfrecla Svirsliy, Auclrew :Xlll2LlI'l1llU, Russ llurley, aucl Russ Kingsbury, wliile Mr. Crow- ley, Klr. Merriam, Kliss Bruwii. aucl Miss Sisla represelltecl the faculty. Ken XYillis ofliciatecl as iuterlucutur. The teams iuelurlecl Czuumarauo aml Sutliu, Cassidy aucl Likely, Dyke :uirl Hulmiiiger, aucl Hegley aucl blacolms, wliile llarolcl liauquer. Dave Saucller, liflclie lillllllll, hloliuuy Kelly, ,lim Butler, .Xuualmelle L'ax'allam, Oliva Benoit, and many other taleutecl perfcmriuers frmu the l'. M. classes, llelcl the spulliglit. AX elicirus of forty suppurteil the acts. aucl .loluuiy Salim-lle's Orcliestra eutertaiuerl lnelwc-eu the sceues. 215 4 xg "- V 1 ,f .,-112800 Svrntinel Ehitnrial mflilffl L' zcxli Y, IQ1ms'1'mx' . . Cflm1'1'1m111V I fl 1AxNNr:'1"1'1c I l.xL1. I'111l.l1' llwvncla nmmx II, l'k1xu1i Pl'R'l'flN B. 5'I'L'.XlQ'I' . I lux B. C.1u',l4,x1:1f.m. SiIHIllS ICIIIIJICI' lQZlll1I'5'Il Ifurzm Q'I1z11'lcs Cicbhzlrclt l'!crna1'cl limlfrcy ,Xlbcrt T.cx'v14Jn .AI.s'sm'if1fU.v 216 ,lmfslfzzzl liziifm' ,AIs.vz'sfc11zt Editor . Sjmrf lfdifw' .-1sx1'g111111z'1zf Editor . C'u111pf'z'ifi0nEdiI0r Robcrt BIOUZIQIIIIII Alice Record David Yerkes Xxviuiillll Zimmcrmzm Siclnvy Zwcigbaum 5 f 1 ii 2 iflos Cf. Ix12xN1c'1'11 XX1 S1xA1111c1. Il1.1'm1 105121111 'I'1cs'1'1x HARRY .X. 1511317141211 FREDA H111u1w1'1'Z IfVEI.YN l'1"1'1.1-:R I.11L'1s l'iINIil2llI.IJ Sentinel Enninraa mllilffl LI.Js lzvl-21112'1"1' XX II 1'1'1.m'1i .4 .r.10f1r1f1'x 1?11.v1'11rsx M CIIICIQUI' ,-ld'2'1'1'f1'si11gMaizugfr f'fl'4'I1ffIfi07L 1Wanagcr C'0111f11'fi!z'011 Jlflllldfjfl' . E.1'CllCIlljjCJ' SL'CI'E'flII'VV C'11lf1'vii1111.f . Hookkcvprr Ilzmnld Hz111q11cr HZll'I'j' 12111111-1' 217 fl J X 0 0 o O ' O Qillhnuav lglagvrz l,lUNI'.I. buuix . . . liUS.Xl.lIi Sflllilllilllill . osEPH 'l'12s'r.x . lirances Alden Patty Anquillare Bella Axelrod Charles Becker Francis liegley Frederick Bishop Helen Bohan Nelson Brousseau Robert lirmyii .Tustin Cashman Ruth Cannon Kay Carter Sherwood Chamberlain Theodora Cuneo llclen Uellasi -lennie Dyke Kay Foran George Frishie Irwin Grossman Ruth Hack lilsie Herslnnan Memberx 218 Elizabeth Hall Elizabeth Hugo Dorothy Hunt Ruth Jarvis lileanore Lowent Veronica Lyons liclward Madden Catherine Medill Doris McPhee XVillia1n O'Brien Norman Prince Sylvia Riceitelli Lillian Saars Honor Shannon Katherine Simpson lfdith Stansheld Richard Tyner Amelia Yalente Charles VVard .lanet XYilder Prvxidwzt S6'f7'L'flII'.V 7il'L'tY.YlfI'!'l' xylllllllll Zininierniann j 0 , fl S Ahuiznrg Enarh nf Qilllgnuze iilagvra bUTIfl A . 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Bella .-Xxelrod Clifford lieeker Sophie lflornstein Robert Biaeh Erich Biehl Samuel lilum Max Brown gXntho11y Cofrzuieeseo Dorothy Cohen Sigmund lJiYittorio Harry Dreisen 'l'heodore Fowler Angus Fraser lirank Friedler Marvin Gold l,em llolclherg' lilizalmeth Goldenlmlum Paul flood Michael liomperlx Bm' Beutnrhe Herein 1110111 bers Solomon Goyrin Lewis Greenberg Sydney Gurian Samuel Hadelmzm Henry Hagen lfsther Hickey blohn I-line Shirley Holabird Elizabeth Hugo llzlyicl Katz Gertrude Koletsky Rheta Lange Louis l.ermz1n .lack 1,1-shine Helen Logan blames iXlZlCljO1l211l1 Nathan Marcus Philip Marinotl' ,Xlyin Marmelstein Sidney Zweighzmni 221 . I'1'1's1'11'vnf I"ire-l'1'v.v1'z1'r'11f . .St't'I'6'f4YI',1' Samuel Merinin Edward Miller Esther Molaver George Mulligan Dorothy Petersen lidith Rogers Sidney Romanoff Sidney Ruinanoll Rosalie Schroeder Harry Shafer Anne Shreliink Xxvllllfllll Solomon Zelly Smirnoff hlaeoli Sudarsky Morgan Sxyirsky Ida Themper lidwin 'l'rautm:m Louis XYeisser l.ililz1n Xyentseh C 2 ,, 0 I N i " a V - - - - 1 222 uh GH tenth E5 N L, -N . : 3' AN M K ..l fi E 4 :E 4 H 4 L 2 55 Q I 2 -QI LN w n- C T ,- ,- 2 G r,w Ev, L S3 N v L A 5 7. HARRY HENIJER 5 '-2 ee 5112.00 S.Xl.V.XTORli Gtzzlo IJASQUALIE l,lCCOl.0 . Rosle GRI1.1,o . H1211-:N Dl'IKlAS1 Zltalian Qlluh l,l't'Sl'dL'IIf II,l.fl,'1,Vl,S'if,il'llf . . St'L'l'C'fUI'-V . . 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'IANICT l'ElxRc1c Eleanor Addison Myrtis Baldwin Virginia Barclay Dorothy Becker Eleanor Cayin Hilda Chaiken Marion Conlon Edna Cooke Charlotte Crawford Arline Curtis listelle Dinnean Alice Dwyer Anne Dwyer Mollie Fast Ruth Finkelstein Anne Fitzgerald Mary Fitzgerald Mollie Franznian Dorothy French Virginia Frost Mary Gainty blosephine Galloinba Estelle Gechter Marie Genevese Florence Haynes rd ,lICllllJ6'I'S Vaughn Herbert Eleanor Hoyt Vlosephine Izzo .Xnne Kahn Rose Kemler Marjorie Lee Florence Leibovitz Clarise Levine Betty LiMauro Frances Lulken lilizabeth Makarevich Louise Manty Frances Martin Frances Medley Agnes McNeff Catherine Mulligan Janet Xorthrup Grace OlBrien lileanor 0'Connor Catherine O'Neil Rose Oppenheim janet Pearce listher l'earson Leonora Petrelli Adeline Petrone 226 . . . I'rv.ridf1zt . . 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X X'l',Xlill'I 5'l'IRl.l X12 .ilt'llII7t'I',S' llcmris Halclwiil Faith Cabot Hclcii Cliasc XvL'I'Il2l Currzui Maris I'JeI'illu hlcmiic Dyke Ruth Hack blczmiictte Hall Ruth litnppcii 'l'lit-11-S21 Knopf Yirginia licllcr Rliwtu Lzuigt- l"rzuit'cs Ltilkcii 'lame Nrumiztn 229 lJl'4'.YILl1t'll I '1'Cv-l'1'v5z'dv11t Ruth Parker Alicc Record Edith Rogers Czmmliiie Rtmztlclsmi Clirystclla Schiicllc Selma SOFUIZI Janice Tltmiipsmi Lillizm XYeiitscl1 .Mina l"itzgcrz1lrl Mzu'jm'ic Ciuckctt i':iCZ1lNJ1' Hoyt Ht-lun ,Xllismi Ruth Hitterlick Olivo Henuit .S't'creftl1'.x ,IiI'z'tl.S'1H't'l 1 1 Z 512.00 Bi-15 Exerntiur Glummiitvv G. KExx1a'1'H XY1l.1.1s . DAv1D LEE . , FREDERICK GRANT EDWARD IQUSTERICR . Wvarrcn Doolittle Robert Dugan Angus Fraser Mmzbcrs 230 Richard Lynch Wlllclo Savage John Schnellc Vim? PI'L'5l'd8JZf -Presideuz' Svfrefary Trcaszfrcr 7' X o O 0 Q ! 5' 6 l.1L1.1.xN l7ERlCI.NlL lXlYRTI.li XVEINIER 'l'11121ncs.x lixcmf liDN.x Cilnznnlslcmz Hl'Il.lfN Ruzmnfs ru' Glzulys Girlz' Behaiing Snrivig "l"l'liR . Pzvsizlvllf .ll'7t'l11l71'l'.Y l-iullqu Esther clZlllilCllllZll1 Edna Cireenlmcrg 'l'l1c1'csz1 Knopf Lillian llccllt M yrtle XVcincr 231 V1'vv-P1'c's1'11'w1I SL7t'I'FffU'-X lfli1!CClil0lIf1ISIECITIKII'-X lhmrutlq' Krall llclcn Kluflylncnn Helen Klclieun lJo1'21 Rugoif Miriam Schwartz Trc'a.v1m'1 l Z 312.90 'iiugz' Brlmting Snrivtg Ix1n'11,x1m binomial. MUICI. AIIQRIXIIN . HL I ll9liNIi IQus'mw , Nm' DIiXvI'I'.X . llarry Becker .xlllilllfilll Cohen Hcnrx' IJcYit:L lrwm Cmmss111zm lfricl Ittc11Inc1'g llu111Yn'1'.f lfgilll Swirsk x' 232 S2llNllk'l Mcrmin llcnry Klillem Rulmwt Alllllilgh XOTIHZIII I,I'il1CL' Ilavicl Samllw' I zrvf 21 'ld l'1'v.v1'd4 lIl't'.YI-dt' l't'l'L'1'1IlN 't'LI.VI1l1I , , 5 1 Harnitg Behating Umm nucl Mermin Ricluard 5 L l Eugene Rostow 233 Z 1 ,V "",12f0 Writers' Olluh XlxR1l1VYE1N1zR . President lRYNlN Cmossxrxx . l ii 1 I xx PEREi.MUr'rER lQlK,Il um QIEGEI. . Abraliann Cohen Anna Duffy Esther Gandehnan Dorothy Goldstein Irwin Grossman John Hastie Lillian Hecht Gertrude Koletsky Philip Levine Eleanor Mathias Samuel Mermin M0nzIn'rs 234 lf'ir0-Pwsidelzt Robert Monaghan Helen Palmer Lillian 'l'erelniutter Charlotte l'leckner Lillian Saars Dora Rogoff David Sandler Honor Shannon Richard Siegel Edith Stansfield Myrtle VVeiner Sm'rvfary T'7'641.S' wer 1 J :- f o Q 0 0 5' B 1112 igillhnuzv 651221111 N Editor-in-Clzivf I I ROBERT H. NIONIXGHAN, 1929 'NAss0Cz'aIfc Edifor Asszfsfalzf Editor GEORGE XVOUNG, 1930 GNYLORD F. LINCOLN, 1930 Ediforiczl Board JANET XIVILDER, 1929 LUZETTE IMLDWIN, 1930 SOLOMON COIIEN, 1929 NIARGI-XRE'I' BRONSON, 1930 ,IOIIN YY. HASTIE, 1929 l'IIII.IP RIILLER, 1930 1 ATTY ANQUILLARE, 1930 THORNTON 1.. PAGE, 1930 REVERDY XVHITLOCK, 1930 Art Editor NIARION RHUADES, 1929 Art Board l.II.I,I.xN CDFFICER, 1929 GILBERT BANEVER, 1930 SIIERWOOII C'HAMB1ERI.AIN, 1929 FRANK 1xT.XRTONE, 1930 VVARREN IJOOLITTLE, 1929 PHILIP RIILLER, 1930 JXLVIN NEED, 1929 :XNITA HENDLIN, 1931 I3 us1'11es.v M czmzgvr SUAINER 1QOBERTS, 1929 flSSiA'ft1lll' 131131.12055 Iwanagm' N1-ARVIN GOLD, 1929 13 us1'11ox.v Honra' ICIWQENE KII.EY, 1930 j.xA1ES lNIA1'DllN.XI.l3, 1929 GARLIC XMXXIIIE BOGNRT, 1930 C'iI'c'zfIr1fimI lIvfII11't11Iv11t K,x'I'HRyN IFURAN, 1929 JOSEPH RNSIIRA, 1930 I.ILLI,xN HECHT, 1929 HOWARII TUTTLE, 1930 lfofzrlfy If1d2'1'sr1's MISS NIARION C. SIIERIIINN, C'1za1'ruIaI1 MISS RU'1'll I., BUIIIIINIQTON MISS RIABEI, A. BUQRNER MRS, RUTII M. CUGSXYELI. 1.4119 MR. SAMUEL STRAUS KBIISI-Iltyjfj 235 fi U I " larngmmiuv Svnririg I,llUIS 1"1x1em:ul.lm . l'm'51'u'v111' HAROLD Pmrcus l'1'vv-l'1'v.vidv1zt Svnxl-:Y Guzux . .S'rv1'ef11ry ISRAEL ,"XI.EINIKUlflf . . Trmszfrer l,lioN CQo1.Dls12l:c: . . LfdlffllflfllllllSC'C'l'Cft1l'Xj' llmlzlrerx Hzlrulcl Autell 'lack l.cshinc .lack llzlclclmfm Zclly Smirnoff 236 I 2, 1 2 Q 11 5110 - f 1 0111255 :mil Glhvrker Glluh EDWARD SUGRUIQ plUL1L's STlR1.1x4s . I.0U1S 1flN1cuu1.1m . BENJAMM SHAPIRKJ RICHARD SIEGEI. President CC'-fJI't"SI.df'l1f M em hmxv liclward Cohen Samuel Mcrmin ljricl Itteuberg George Oppcnheim Iluvicl Katz Renjamin Peck 237 SL'C1'f'l'tZI'4V Treaszfrer jlangm' To Q illahin Gllnh :XLFRED NIOELLER SHERMAN FARNHAM . EMILIO COIRO . ANTHONY J. COIRO . FRANCIS IDUKAT . . ,M emb ers Sidney Hear Clifford Becker Albert Bernay Allen Bradley Albert Bristol Wfilliam Chamberlain 238 . Pffesident Vice-President , Secretary . Tffeasurer . Chief Operator XValter Fisher Frank Klimzak Robert Stradley Vllilliam Vllalters XVillia111 Stow Jeremiah Vores 5 -: . f 0 Q O 0 9 B ifilvrtriritg Gllnh ANTHoxx Como LH ARI I s l'11oMPsoN IHU1 PN rio . . XVII I 1 wi NlUi:r:1.ET0N . .I Osef Adlerliurst Ricliarcl Barrows Uwiglit Blair Iiclward Buck Norman 'lilwell Samuel Felclmzm jW'61'lIZ?6'1'X ,lolm Zwulinski .-lssnriaff ,lIl'Hl,74'l' Milton Corlmctt 239 P7'8Jl'dCIlf V1'c0-Presz'dv11t Milton Grzlncly Frank Hcft Frank Hulilmcll Natliaiiicl lllzirrlcn Iiflwin lllills Ricliarcl Sclilzlyer Secretary T1'c'r1.vzn'0r F 4 O Q ilflvnnrah Svnrietg MAX BIILLER . , I rfvzdenl DAVID Kxrz . Vim HNIdC'I1f EDX"I'IIE KRAIJ. . . Sf nfmx HLLDA CTIAIKEN . . . mm Mmiflvfzzf George Botwick Max Brown Anna Cohen Ed Cohen Rose Cooper Sara Cooper M 0'I'I'134 C brmgcl 240 .xllfilhillll lllcluh Lillian iiolcllvcrg lack Ilzulclmzm Minnie Kznplowitz ,Nl Mzlrmclstcin lflsthcr Molavcr Nnrham Svnrivtg NORMJXN B. LEVINE . IJAVID KATZ . . BERNARD I'. l3ERNs'rx4:1N1 MAX BROXYN . . George Bolotin George l-lotwick Jack A. Caplan lfclwarrl Cohen .AXZITOII ll. llisken Carl Egalkzl I.z1wrencc Dering Alolm Ciilmcrman :lIF11ll76'7'.S' oseph Yuclkin 241 President I'1'r0-l'1'f5z'dca1! . .St'f'l'l'Z41II"X' Trvas1m'r Henry llenkin Charles Lipclntz Alvin A. lXlZiI'1UClStCl1l Morris A. Oringel Sully Rome Max ll. Rothberg llarold lQllClIl Sydney XYZIIICFITIIHI Eillhnum, illiflr Minh .XRTIIUR lqlil,l,Y . . Cafvfwz NICHOLAS l-lUHlNl2lTR . Manager Mcmbers QlllZll'lL'S HCllgSIOll Rrmlwrt liiach Antlmny Coiro Raymoncl Dempsey C14-rn'g'C liyckmau 242 lfrm-St Egan Samuel Feldman Rzlymrmcl Pctrosky Silas Stow llillll Yores W 5 E .. . -- ,V MV- V AL -l- - " g - A ,- 1 1 7 -P 1 f '- AG- . ' lf Y, fr V VY 1 Y-if 'fi - -, ' -- ::f-x5:1" L -- - -- in V- 135. 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K J 54 .61168 244 3' X 9 B 0 O T x o Millhnmiv illnnthall HUBERT GILDEA .... Cclpiclin DAVID SANDLER .XNIJ .kxkox HEIQTZ Managers EMMONS C. BOVVEN ....... Coach HILLHOUSE, 13: MILFORD, 0. Contrary to predictions, the Hillhouse eleven opened the season with a victory over Milford. Long runs of 50 and 98 yards by Tommy Flynn resulted in scores. Gildea lived. up to expectations by driving consistently through the line. HILLHOCSIC, 16g DAXBCRY, 0. A giant Danbury eleven went down to defeat before the Hillhouse backheld trio, Burger, Flynn, and Gildea. Hillhouse suffered a severe loss through an in- jury to the latter. The Danbury backs made little through the line, though heavily outweighing the blue and white aggregation. HILLHOUSE, 20, CROSBY, 0. jimmy DeAngelis, acting captain, led the gridstcrs to the season's third victory. XVillis and Cammarano sprang into the limelight by the aerial route, but the absence of Captain Gildea was keenly felt in the backrield. Injury again took its toll when Bob Stock left the gridiron for the last time. HILTIIOUSIE, Og HARTFORD, 7. Hillhouse suffered her only defeat of the season from a powerful Hartford eleven. Bud Burger was the chief weapon of the Blue and XVhite. The line, weakened by injury, was unable to keep the Hartford backs from scoring. HILLH OUSIC, 2g VVEST HAVEN, O. Functioning more smoothly than hitherto, the gridsters held a sturdy XVest Haven eleven from the goal line. Frank Meadow accounted for the only score of the day. The passing game was the Blue and XVhite's greatest threat. HILLHOCSE, 7g NEXY BRITAIN, 7. Cannnarano and XVillis upheld the lslillhouse end of a tie score. The teams struggled evenly through four quarters of a torrid battle. Gildea was again able to handle the pigskin for Hillhouse. H ILLHOCSIC, 34: COMMIQRCIAL, 7. Finally, on Thanksgiving morning, seven thousand saw the big blue eleven ride rampant over their York Square rivals. .lunie Gildea, back in his old form, romped over the double line for four touchdowns. XYillis grabbed the pigskin from the air to tally in the third period. The victory was marred by injuries to Burger and Neilson. 245 N ,. Eillhuuar Zdwakethall Gram Cnder the brilliant leadership of Captain ,Iinuny lJe4Xngelis, the Basketball Team had an unusually successful season. A winning streak of ten victories sent the Blue and XYhite well on the way to the State Championship. Crosby and Central of Bridgeport were the only teams to overcome the Hillhouse quintet, and both were afterwards defeated. Double victories over XYest Haven and Commer- cial gave the District Championship to Hillhouse. At the season's close the team had scored fifteen victories in seventeen starts. The Yale Tournament capped the climax of a brilliant season's play. ln the preliminaries, the home team nosed out XYilby by a narrow margin. The follow- ing day, after trailing during three quarters, the New Haven representatives un- corked an exceptional brand of ball, sulnnerging the fast Central quintet, 25 to 23 in the last minutes of play, Ciildea and l.ockery starred on the offense while De- Angelis played his usual fine defensive game. The fast and clever Bristol five eventually stopped the New Haveners in the Final round of the tournament, leaving them the runner-up position. The inspiring leadership of De.-Xngelis, and the skillful play of Gildea, who was almost unanimously given the center position on the state team, were the principle factors in rolling up the team's Fine record. This pair were ably assisted by Lock' ery. Thompson, and lfriedler, and a strong second string. 246 5 I x 0 0 O O V B Eillhnune Qnrkeg Elvam ulrmslclfli HISHUP . Cdptaflz l.Es1.114: Yumi ,llamzgvr .lUSl-Il'lI XYIRTZ f,l0!It'fl 'llhc Huclqcy Team, uuclcr thc- clircctimx of Cuzlcll bloc XYi1'Lz, wcul through its schedule without Il1CClll1g' Z1 clefcal. Couuucrcial, XYQSI Haven. 'l'aft, zmcl thc Alter- nocmu 'll-zuu wcrc 1uuul1c1'cl Zllllllllg' its victims. 'l'hc l1lCll1lJCI'S of the team were faptaiu liislmp, Kelly, Krall, l.yucl1. Mack, Bliuuix, Nurhaclx, Resuila, Riley, XYic- g'21llCl,2lll4l XYillis. 247 5 Ls., 5' X pi IN! o III PEI IU if zz: .cz Bo in sz: F53 Q 1:1 23 Cz -Si' --o -.Q N-0 25' A la 'O B ZZ 3 'T HURLEY RUSSELL 2 Shes Qillhnuae Mgmnaniir Gram crux GAxs'1'uN . Capfaiaz QFURGE .lullxwrux . . Coach -1fL71Il17L'l'A' Ricllarcl liarrmvs .Xlleu Dyer Kzlzimcr l-iroclowy Yerucm iicclucy Tholnzls Chieppu Vlolm Latvis XYiIlis Downs Morris Sampson 249 5 f f Q "fi 2 jflos 250 A: as 3 1: UF! -SS 1-Q 33 3-Q I3 cw YS 23 5 xc wil QQ-9 255' NNT QS an m5 Q25 EQ ff H N I.uNDR1c:,xN us U 7-1 L' Q z :E -, ,J f 2 x Q Q Glrrmn Qlnuntrg Gram XV,xl.'rx-:la l':ISENI5.XR'l' CUf7f01'I1 MARUN Clow Manager Lieox C. linen Coach During the course of a very sueeessfnl season, the Hillhouse harriers annexed the city and state 'Championships and carried off tirst plaee in the annual Thanks- giving Day road race. Though the pre-season games hrought out excellent ability in most of the runners, the polish which was later to make them champions was lacking. Captain Eisenlvart led his senior aggregation to vietory in the interelass meet by a narrow margin. The XYesleyan Freshmen also offered stiljf opposition when they lost lay a single point, ZS-27. The York Square runners had little difficulty in smothering the Yale Frosh, 38-17, and Hartford to the tune of 40-15, a perfect seore. ln the final event of the season, Captain liisenhart defeated Ofonnell hy a hair"s breadth in the Tlianksgiving Day Road Raee. In a post-season encounter, Hillhouse lost to the Suffield Prep School, at the same time forfeiting' the state prep school ehampionship. The team was awarded major letters, however, and special honor is due to Captain liisenbart, O'Connell, Capasso, and Slumkowski. 251 F .--Y , , -112809 CEU15' illielh Qnrkrg Gram VIANET XYILDER . . Captain XYINIFRIQD XVHIQIQIJQR Manager lisT121,L1z SISK . Coach Unfler the leadership of ,lay XYilcler the liirls' ,llockey 'lfeani had a fairly suc- cessful season, winning live out of seven games. Sixteen girls were awarflecl let- ters for opposing the vluniors, Mrs. lJay's, Susan Sheridan. anrl Hassett Schools. The strongest feature of the team was the powerful forward line which rendered valualmle service throughout the season. The following girls received major let- ters: l,uzette lialmlwin, Margaret lironson, Faith Cabot. Marjorie Crockett, Kath- leen Doolittle, blennie Dyke, Yirginia Hall, lletty Lowe, Anna Klaellis, llelen Me- Clymont, Frances Sehnelle, lidith Stansfielcl. lileanor Suclell, liclith Rogers, VVini- fred XYllCClCI', ancl janet XYilcler. 252 5 Z 3- 0 O O O 7 B Girlz' ANNE H.XLI7INflER . . Luzctte Baldwin H1-In-11 Hremmn Mzu'g'a1'ct Ifircmson Iistcllc iiulclmzm igankethall Gram 41lt'llll76'I'.V XYinifrccl XYIISGICI' 253 Dorothy Hunt -Izmet NUI'IhI'lll3 I:l'2ll1CC'S Schnellc' Edith Stiles Captain f -: : X f O O X 0 O 7 B iqillhnuze Swimming Gram RUno1.i'1t ANDERSON Captain Riel-IARD BURKE . .llmzagvr Roimizr I. ll. KIPIIU'1'II Coarlz Possessing one of the strongest high school combines in the state, the Hill- house natators went through the season in hue style, losing only to the Yale Fresh- men, to Canterbury. on a suspension, and to Crosby. The State and lnterseholas- tie Championships showed the New Haven squad to he the equal of any of its rivals. Captain Rudy Anderson was high scorer. taking First in the hundred in all the team's dual meets and first in the two-twenty in all hut two. An unfortunate ac- cident prevented his competing in the State lnterscholastics. though. on the basis of his years record, he was a sure winner in his two specialties. justin Cashman. state record holder in the Fifty, made a hne showing throughout the year in this event and in the hundred, while johnny llrest was never headed in the hreast- stroke, and took hoth National and State Championships. lfred lllallace. crack diver, was not heaten in the home pool. capturing second in the National Cham- pionships and hrst in the State Meet. Bill Zimmerman. back stroke artist, added substantially to the point score of many meets. The seniors on the team are: Anderson. Burke, Cashman. Hagen, Kennedy. l.ereton. Mooney. Rostow. llallace, Zimmerman. and Manager Burke. 254 5 Y X 0 Q 0 1 2 0 9 C I Billhnuae alter 1511111 'mm l'AUl. IQENNICDY Captain lirm'ARD RlNn ,Manager R. bl. H. l'fll'HL"1'H Coarlt Sporting one of the strongest aggrcgations in recent years, though much handi- capped hy thc rlilihcnlty of finding opponents in their class the llillhonse water- poloists went through then' short schctlnle with fair success. .Xlthongh they lost twice to the powerful Yale Freshmen Team and once to the senior team of the .Xllf llallows school of New York. the local swiinmers put np it powerful lmattle on each occasion. Ks there are no teams in this clistrict of the same weight ancl age, a winning season cannot he expcctcil. The senior memlmers of the sqnacl were Captain liennetly. ,-Xnclcrson, llnrlce. Lfashman. Mooney, l.evcton. Rostow. ancl Sntfm, 255 4 t , of O g Q Q Q 7 B Qillhnumi Svnrrrr Umm KURT IARSON . Caf2faz'1z Sol,oMoN CUHICN .ll'!IlIOQC'V lfor the second successive weason the Hillhouse Soccer 'lieain carried off the state and triangular league chainpionships. The lirst leg on the latter trophy waS secured hy a l-O victory over XXI-st llaven. ln a second meeting the West llaven- er's earned a tie. ln the two meets with lflridgeport, the York Square hooters secured the league chanipionship hy a l-O victory and a scoreless tie. But the Yale lfreshnien proved too much for the local team. carrying off the long end of a 3-0 score. ln the linal events of the season. Hillhouse and Taft drew with a goal apiece. and Roxhury held the home team to a scoreless tie. Tlirougliout the year the games were featured hy the brilliant work of Captain Larson and Cash. 256 2 , f N Q O 0 5 O Q 5' B lqillhnuze Qlhver 'EPEIDPYE Rim liilgllll Kirk Kraus Margarct Hee-ry Geoffrey F. B. Morissey 1'--IUl'Cl1CL' iloulcl Leslie York 257 Lf'..f LQL X of 0 X O 0 5 ykumqu xNvv Eillhnuav Efvnniz Umm I rBl2R'r Minis . . C'f1ff411'r1 ualvr C. Nlrzkklnl . Cmzulz ,1lv111Ivrr.v Xclson I-irou sn LU ,lack XYl1iiCllC2lC1 Ifrccl Zilli 258 ' 4 O O f A K O O i ' B Girlz' I Ennis I Pam 'l'l1c usual t11111'11z1111c11t 4111011011 thc tc1111is 50215011 :mel rn-mlterl 111 ilu- selection .11 tivo girls as :1 team. l'llUl'CIlCC .Xuclruws '30, XV215 1l1c i11cli1.'1rl11:1l XVlIlllCI' 11114 Q llllL'fl lllll title of svlwul cl1z1111pi011. Tlw l'Cl1lZllllClCY uf the tc-21111 c1111sislis ul -llllllfl lllllZ1l'Cl '20, ulzmet Xm11'tl11'1111 '29, XY111if1'ccl XYllCClC1' 130. a11cl llflftlllly Hum 130. 259 f of O 5 0 O 9 B Eillhnuzv mailing 1 Pam The XX'I'L'SIllllg 'lk-am, umlcr the zmlrlc lCElllL'l'Slll1l uf filllllllll Sam lilum, was hamlicappcfl by lack of expel-icnccfl mzltcrizll :mcl lmcl only :L me-cliucre season, The Y. M. C. ,-X. and thc ll. Xl, 'llL'Z1lll were llllll1llL'I'L'1l zuurmg' their victims, but thq Blue :mrl Vllhitc calm- out seccmrl to Lflmzllc :mcl ilu- Yale lfmsll. Those rccciving let- tcrs wcrc Llilliflllll lilum, .lZlCUlJSIJll, lfgzlllaa. Sll1ll1lilJXYSlij', l'gl'L'1llllQ'. .'X:u'on0vitz. Samson, Mznguu, :mal Manager Bcclwr. 260 MUSICAL W! c BS aj BQ 0 o 33 3-Q -i-4 N ho -S' CEU HBP illlgn H bl oseph Garson f O o 0 O 1' Millhnumi Mamh R.x1.Pn lim-:iN l,cader .EDXYARIJ T.I Nl BACKER lidwarcl I-iraclley Thomas Chieppo Xllilliam lJeVita Morris llreisen ,Iuseph Estren .luseph Flanagan Tlieuclore Fowler illc'111Iwr.v John Kelly NYesley l,a Point Charles Lehov Xlilliam B'TCQl1lQ'g2llI George liazza Lillian Meclnicuw Charles Reynolds Harry Sehitfrin illmzagm Xlilliam Griffith Frederick Sclmeicler ,laeob Haclelman Alclona Vaitkevieinte llarriet llelfrick lfric XYainman Max Horowitz The two lmancls introclucecl an innovation this year hy awarding a special insig- nia to the members performing at the major games of the season. This practice has increased the activity ancl interest in the lmancl, and furnishes some rewarrl to its most enerffetic 'incl rleservine' members. kv K 5 Banrl performances were given at the principle hasehall and haskethall games of the year and at the cleclication of the Tower Parkway, the Fife and Drum Meet, the Ice Carnival, ancl the Yale Tnterscholasties. The liancl has fully clemnnstratenl its value to the sclicml lay its splendid performance tlirmigliont the year. 263 1 0 0 S Girlz' C6122 0111111 l51iT'ry L1MAU1zo . Secrcfary HONKJR SHANNON . Libra1'1'a11 FREDA SVIRSKY . x1CCOIlIf7LlI1I.51' ,lleznzlvcrx Olive Benoit ,Mme llalllnger Ellen Cclentano Ruth l.2lXVSOI1 lllaric DCPill0 lflurence likely 264 5 Z 1 ooeizao., Engu' 15122 Glluh ZELLY SMIRNOI-'lf NIILTON BUSH 'l'Hcn1lxs Nl.XlJDliN . MR. 'l'1112cmu1eE Ckusm' . JOSEPH BIELTZER Thomas Chicppo Robert Dugan 'lil1Ol11ZlS Elliot jack lflamcr Theodore Fowler Wlarren Gorall ,Mc111I2rrs XYaldo Savage 265 President V1'rc-President .S'vL'l'c'tf11'-v Df1'm'1'01' .flt't'0Hlf7l1l1iSf Alex Leff james MacDonald Harold Miller lYilliam O'Brien Gerald Parente liclwarcl Ring Mort Likely To .S'ucCc'c'd Gilman 1511125 ,Host Absent ,lliuded VVillia1n Hull Mary H9165 Dorothy Curran Dom? ilfluxt for N. H. ll. S. Hubert Gildea Anne Haliinger Kenneth Wallis Rita Eagan Kenneth VVillis Eugene Rostow .james DeAngelis Eugene Rostow Hubert Gildea james Dei-Xngelis Hubert Gildea Edwin Hendrie il'lo.s'1' E1It'l'fjf'fIAC Most Pllflfltll' Alice Record .Ieannette Hall Alice Record Anne llalhnger Rita Eagan Anne llalhngti llf'01'.rz' l'V0llltI1l Hafezzr lV0'I'.Y1f Mau Hater Lmzflz Rooms Bm! CltSI'U joseph Testa james DeAngelis NYilliani Mitchell David Yerkes Fletcher Burger james DeAngelis Zelly Smirnoff Lionel Sutfin Edwin Hendrie Samuel Mermin Paul Kennedy Richard Lynch Hubert Gildea James De.-Xngelis Most Diguifivd Best fvdfllffd Class Afiigllfl-Jlfjtlflll' Mort Eloquclzt Class Babies Bart Athlete ,leannette Hall Kathryn Foran mm' Muriel Spang Kay Carter Eugenia Harding Lois MeClean Shirley Holabird Anne Halhnger Doris Baldwin Edith Celentano Lillian Perehnutter Rosalie Schroeder Faith Cabot Flora Maturo Janet lVilder Anne Halfinger Hffjflt'J'l' Drag 'Zi'1'f1I the llllflllfj' Geottrey Morissey Kenneth VVillis 266 Rita Eagan .Xnne llallinger X Q D 0112.09 joseph Bishop Robert Monaghan Geoffrey Morrissey joseph Testa John Temple Robert Halpin I 1 "l'ifl'U.s'If liiggvsl Blzrffcrx ,lloxf Sc11t1'111e11fr1I Greatest Social Light Leslie York, Richard Burke' Kenneth lYillis Philip Dwyer Waldo Savage Eugene Rostow Richard Siegel David Sandler -Iohn Temple David Lee George Anderson .Host P1'ou.v BI'I'glIft'.Yf Mary Hynes Elinor Sudell Doris Baldwin Kathryn Foran lilizaheth Clifford Kay Carter Rita Eagan Helen Kebahian Eleanor Sndell Florence Haynes .leannette Hall Theresa Knopf, V lV0r.vf Hcnrf 19l't'lIkCI'.Y llfcelecxt Kay Carter Rita Eaffan ZS Jeannette Hall Dorothy Curran era Kearsley Lasicst Jack lYhitehead Ruth Cannon Vfilllani Potter Helen Brennan Canter! 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Clilford Becker .lustin Cashman Robert Brown Roy Davidson James Burke Henry Greifzu 9 Dk Edward Moriarity F jp' A xl il X SW! 7 xjfd I N i' anim ,Q lfappa 131311 Sigma Snrnritg Jane Boardman lilizalmctli Clifford Anne Curran Margaret Dinnean Rita Eagan Senior M'cmbz'rs 275 Grace Fitzgerald Mary Flynn Kathryn Foran Mary Hynes liditli Stiles 5 2 2' 0 O O O V 8 1-97" A ,,, Q? 0 'Q . bi Q cv B 3' Q. F A-Q99 mu Sigma Hratrrnitg .S'v111'0r ,UU111ln'r'.v Szunucl 1200111112111 .-Xllncrt lfvctoxm Myer fiulrlslnith Frank Mezulrm' .Xarrm He-rtz Benjamin XYl'i!4SIl1Zl1l Kaymnml -lacubx Sirlm-5' ZXYk'igllZIllI11 . 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MV' xy Louis Fingold ' Jack 0 n Q ' rl Green j , Harry Levitin Sidney Romanoff Samuel Rosenlield Zelly Smirnuff lipzilnn Nu Sigma Svnrnritg Ruth Bitterlick Marjorie fassicly VVinifrecl Cavanangli Sperry Diana Margaret lflvnn Sfnior Jllmzbers lilinor Suclcll 278 Marjorie Cicclrles Klilclrccl Hacsclie Marion Laden lfllen fJ.CO11IlO1' Rosalie Scliroiecler O O fix I n A lv 'X Qs I . Cin! S2333 '32 A fi? Qui . .uf 'ff Qbmega Evita Illratrrnitg Smzior ZlfIC'l'l1I1!?1'S Milton Bush Solomon Cohen liclwarcl Gamm X .ni V - --37453 ui' ight Evra illratrrnitg S0 71 i 0 1' IW f'1"1'1 lf mfs Harold Banquer Milton Levine Harry Becker Morris Miller Samuel Blum Nathan Rubin 279 e Z o o i 'I 8 xv 'N N' A J -ff ,,, My X I P y 7144 1 XX l X-Q f' I 0 H . J 3 f y Q f' l X ma! f ! ii ' 1 6 kv .i . J Xb-H n' . A ff 'fam if e, ' f' Gamma Er e Hai Ellraivrnitg 1 ,, K l ' 1' Members l 1,5 - xp MN clwarcl Beegan Su i er Roberts QR Philip Dwyer N, Q! h i rthur Scheppach Q Q qt K Y George Frisbie Frederick VVallace X - ' LJ , J Lincoln Maliertkbg ,' WW Francis XVhite . fl' ' ohn Minnixx ' lohn Vkfhitehead ii X F XX 'QQ aymond Piontek I By 'O 2. 1 -e CP LLQ 1'VMpf1,,.' "X ft s Z- o I ' M ,f Oil "' ,741 ea-WX 'i f M f 5. 253-tg ' ' iz' 4' L J ii"': " 0 0 ,, ' 3 I i,,A ,:i, if ,i,i,i Q ff' Q l E. Fl. - Snrnriig Q Senior M011zbcr.x' Beatrice Binney Betsy Curran Phyllis Bollman Dorothy Curran Helen Chase Catherine Horton Alice Record 280 STEBBING SECRETARIAL SCHOOL SSS ' 237 cl-luRcH STREET Isaac illltlllllll Gregg Shorthancl Touch Typing Also Special Office Training Secretarial Course Short Course Bookkeeping Days - Evenings Start now! .Xml he in a position with a rvgnlar pay envelope hy-fore the and of 1929 Nl ICH-OC,iR,X-I'llY makes this possible for bright girls. AX new shoit h incl. Rcnicinhcr, that this is a wonclc-rlnl opportunity. Anyway, niz s Snnnner work lui' you! Y Y STICISHING. ikc ROXBURY SUMMER S CH O OL NEW HAVEN BRANCH 105 COLLEGE STREET NAT FRANCIS, YALE '02, Manager Telephone 3-0223 SPECIAL TYPE OF PREPARA TORY S C H O OL -.l1 Sound instruction by the tutorial method. Individual instruction or in classes of two to five. The Roxbury Summer School meets the requirements of the following : College entrance candidates who have examinations to take in September. Boys who want to make up work for the forms of their secondary schools or are changing schools and are to be given school examinations in the fall. SUMMER SESSION DURlNG AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER Send for Summer Booklet ROXBURY SCHOOL CHESHIRE, CONN. ARTHUR N. SHERIFF, YALE '13, Headmaster Fon THE CONTINUATION OF YouR EDUCATION You HAVE A WIDE RANGE OF COLLEGE SUBJECTS T0 CHOOSE Fnolvl AT..... NEW HAVEN CULLEGE CCO-EDUCATIONALJ ' IN THE DEPARTMENTS OF- COMMERCE AND ENGINEERING Classes are held at convenient evening hours in the classrooms and laboratories of The Sheffield Scientific School YALE UNIVERSITY HIGHLY EFFICIENT TEACHING STAFF composed of men selected from the faculty of Yale University, successful commercial and industrial firms, and the professional ranks of New Haven. Descriptive Catalogues and Other Information Available at the ......... ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES 50 HowE STREET TELEPHONE 7-ssoo NEW HAVEN PREPARATORY SCHOOL UNDER SUPERVISION OF NEW HAVEN COLLEGE OFFERS COLLEGE PREPARATION IN ALL HIGH SCHOOL SUBJECTS. EVENING CLASSES SEND Fon DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OFFICE 50 HOWE STREET TELEPHONE 7-6600 ays ailing List ATIONAL recognition brings us inquiries from all over the country. A larger resident school enrollment necessarily means a smaller number of students can be accepted in our Day school. Applications for enrollment in our Day school should be made as early as possible. The favorable and unusual records achieved by Larson graduates, and the prestige of the school in making stenographers and secretaries of exceptional personality and efiiciency, open the best positions to our graduates. 291 WHITNEY AVENUE NEw HAVEN CONN WE? Q "1 Y F' UU w , 0 1353511 E -lf f. '11-il. - ff, c1:-E ?-QT . EJ?-unununllullnnnv' Y Wynn:lnlxllllllulncific-i?'E lr! ifl vi ' X' . 054+ f f'-4 , " Q Q 2? ' yv, f C f5 ! i 'Y WW --?-il-l'i4ixf2-.gafff k :T-2? f X f A : g ww ii f msfewsl? 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