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

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I EN. xx X .XA X x X X, X b XX X w X X N N X x I ilinrnunrh To record in this class book all the noteworthy events of our high school days has been our pleasant task during this year. l'Ve have endeavored to include all that will bring hack rememberances of the happiness derived from our work, the fun and friendship we have shared in our time here together. If, in years to come, these pic- tures and accounts convey only a part of the spirit that has domi- nated our life in Hillhouse, we shall feel we have succeeded. For the time and aid they have so generously given, we wish to make our acknowleclgments to Miss Sheridan of the English De- partment, Miss Bowdy of the Art Department, Miss Hammond, Mr. Kirschner, Mr. VVentworth, and to all other members of the faculty who cooperated in helping us prepare this sixth animal edi- tion of the "Elm Tree". The Editors. we----+..u.-.-. .,.. .. .. .. 1fJ'1"'7f-G:--Mr' 113.5 ' :'.' 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You have met the disconcerting e1Tect of these troublous times upon your schooling with a smile. Beneath the smile may there be earnest- ness and determination and confidence, so that you carry the tradition of Hillhouse with you into your life's work. RALPH WVENTWORTH. 8 Q Nei-I-I-+ if ev:-ez-::.-:-'a-.'-1: .2!t??3':i:" N l gill' :1'ff5sf.f X 1: :T .1.-5:55 5553:-:' . .s ':-1.6:-I' - :L'- 1- ..-1 :- -'-I-I-I. 2 '- X 'Q, gg :,.r, -Aim:-zz: :.'.x:'.. .-H .-....- x -.f:.' 4 -..'. :.-.:.. - . It X .J To the Class of N-inctcan Tliirfy-f1u'r'c.' There is a saying that it' you go to the fountain for water with a pint jar you can bring back only a pint. But if you carry a gallon measure you may return with a gallon. This brings up the thought of how much are you carrying away from your high school experience? Did you come here with the idea of getting as much as you could with the least effort? Or have you spent your time availing yourself of every opportunity to grow to your fullest capacity? Did the pint measure ap- peal to you because of the light load and the correspondingly lesser elfort to carry it? Or did you meet the challenge of a greater demand upon your time and interest, and thus attain the richer and fuller rewards that come to those who courageously strive to gain them? But whatever the size of the measure you carried or however full or void it may seem to be, remember that education and growth do not end with graduation. Carry on, live. learn, assume larger responsibilitiesg render service whenever possi- ble, and even if the load at times seems burdensome and disheartening, stick to it, work the harder - for that is life. C. L. KIRsCHNER. June 15, 1933 9 l -1:4-. .1 ': :T ,:,.5g., 2- 9-.. . 1-.3-.':.-:-1-.5 g. ,. ., :::g' . - ' zz.,--' , '::. t. :L mf. -.-N5-:::-zz: 565-2. -:P .-1'..1-.'::.:'-.:-:t. r.'gg,- 4 -ST.-2 'z:.-1'::, -J.:-:L-1-' -' 1 ..:'. ',F:::g5,P5 L hh , :iff ""-Hx, , 50353 115.3-. . A . . 55132 1 To the C lass of 1Vtitneic'eu Tliirly-tlrrcc: You have spent three and in some instances four years under the roof of New Haven High School. There have been many happy moments, I am sure, though mingled, perhaps, with the strain and hardships caused by the tremendous pressure the world is now experiencing. Possibly we have grown stronger and broader minded through these days. l trust your highest aspirations will be guided by right thinking, wholesome living and human understanding. May your lives of service and kindness make the world better for your having lived. My best wishes for your happiness and success. Most sincerely. BARBARA A. L. HEXN'LETT. 10 . . - - -- - . - --: :: . - :. ' f. -.2---.:-2'.'e-.wrav tier,-15.15-2:-3:g,.jq-, .. f:'f5.ig.g,'- -5:.-,Je Q 1 -N212 11252:-,c . 2: , .- -.-L.: ,E-5.3.3,-,::. -. , :.- -. - .. ., , . .... . ... ..,. .. . . .. -.'.'-- -. 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If it has strengthened your character, if you have been big enough to rise above misfortune. if it has made you more resolved to make the most of your high school training. your life at New Haven High School has not been in vain. The problems which now confront our country need the determination and op- timism of youth. You have youth. If to your youth there shall be added a cour- ageous spirit of determination and optimism, you will be successful. XV ith cordial best wishes to the Class of 1933, I am Sincerely yours, IRVING N. COUNTRYMAN, 1901. 11 N req:5'g5:15z-j.5:.'g.'qf.:' :':'91iHg:-. -.jgifai 1 5.w531':f:iIir':'?E iii? I . :I-153: E5 SFI:f:?.f5:23f5ES31-333535554 -- -.'-Z avr?-': . .- ':-1.1:--1: :.- -- ..--1 r- n' -', 1 -:P , .gi :L .'-,:. 3.11-:::-gz: :.'.1':',, .-H .-....-, ,g:.'.:'.x. -.HJ 4 ...'. f:.'. S., xg.::..-. - 1 .Ku .. "' .-5:-'Si' - -59151 5555-Z -'lin fr'-z" N . I-1 . I-I . S 2.2.2 9 . 4 MR, lmk-1-,QR Miss SIIERIIBAN l.:1tin 151815511 Bepartmvnial iilrahn 4 l A F MR. 'llwmk MR. BOOTH Mmlcrn I.Zlllg'll1lgCS Nzxtllemutics 12 K A 5 5 x uf. ,f:-.. -...... .. ..-..-. .. - .... . .. ...... M155 PA-r-mN MR. LANGDALE Biol mw-' ' x' 8.01100 , Miwt L Bvpartmenial 'IHPEIDB MR. BROWN MR. RICHARDSON Music History 13 5 A L n . I . . . . .. . ' t'13'F'fi'3?F"f'-':if :Yi ' N ' l Hill 1f'ffE5?.f X X Q- -: . Zi !?.,,g4.5-.'- zjqrgvz . Q. 'J-1.1:-. 21: 'J " ,.-gt :..q.'.1a -,-3.-4.1 :.. t- :.. .1-. -Az...-.:: ...x:-.. -:J .-..-.-.. -..:. 4 l..-.,. lu.:-ow - It ik ir-'L IZ I S 5 Gllawa HDMI! SYMPHONY Beyond that rosy-tinted bank of cloud. Which calls me to a vaguely outlined world Of beauty, lovelier than the simple joys That nature here affords, there lies a world Umuarred by miseries of man, a world Wfhere beauty reigns supreme. alone, f orevcrg VV here ecstacy which only music brings Flows full and rich. unstemmed by human cares: And music. reminiscent of that land, ls full of its divineness, like a sage. VV hose lofty mind is in the other worlds- VVhose voice is here. I only wish that I Might bc aloft upon its rising wings, To catch a glimpse of shining citadels. Gleaming their radiance in the sunlit sky. T feel the thrill of openness and height. Of freedom from the petty, clutching things. That seek to bind me to the world below. But here. an overwhelming happiness ls breathed upon me like an April wind. And I. with music as my guide. can steal Into this land of beauty and of joy. The music ceased. I tried in vain to keep The memory of that half-imagined bliss. 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Our "scrub" year had at last passed: we were now sophomores and could gaze at the new class coming in with the thought that there was now one class below us. The curtain rises on the revolving sophomore stage. and the spotlight first falls on the afternoon school's "House of Representatives," the Motto Club. Their cor- ridor patroling was resumed under the newly elected president, Edward McGarry. As the fall advanced. the spotlight fell on the numerous "sophs" whose interest in sports increased. Johnstone and Peck played in the tennis finals. with Peck emerg- ing the Afternoon Boys' Tennis Champ. The girls likewise were well represented in tennis by Esther Lopatin, who captured the finals in the girls' P. M. tournament. Many of the prominent clubs reorganized. such as the VVriters', Debating. and Hiking Clubs. Aviation enthusiasm led to the organizing of the Aero Club. with Everett Glad- ding as its president. The members of the club participated many trips to airports and aviation plants such as the Sikorsky and VVhitney plants and Brainard Field. VVhile interest increased in the wide open spaces above. Mr. Lagroe formed an As- tronomy Club. The Dramatic Club elected as its president, Lambert Irons. and as its secretary. Margaret Andrews. They presented many well-directed plays. among which was the Christmas play. "Christmas at Einnigan's Flat." Eighty-five students comprised the P. M. orchestra with Simon Seledcnsky as concert master. ln the Music VVeek concert. with all the musical organizations in the P. M. School participating. the orchestra took the leading part. The P. M. Chorus resumed activities to surpass the standards the previous P. M. chorus had attained. by successfully tackling the cantata "The Building of the Ship." The fall closed with many football aspirants bowing before the spotlight. Eddie Bobinski and john Urbanski both earned the privilege of playing football for the varsity while sophomores. A strong afternoon squad was formed for the first time, which afforded "Chick" Bowen a large group of candidates to pick from for the fol- lowing year's varsity team. The winter was ushered in by a strong hockey team bearing the banner for the class of '33, its record will be hard to surpass. and one of the best seasons a "soph" team has had was enjoyed. although the team bowed to the varsity to the tune of 2-0. The revolving stage turns. and again Eddie Bobinski is presented before the footlights as an outstanding member of the varsity basketball team. The animal intra-mural volley-ball tournament was resumed and the boys' intra- mural basketball tournament was staged. with Il B7 receiving the honors of being intra-mural champ. Hickey flashed in great style for the victors. The sophomore class again led the honor roll for january, and likewise retained the crown in March and April. The Motto Club. with the cooperation of the sophomores. held a successful social. With the calling of the spring. the Cinder path and baseball diamond occupied the stage. Lewis starred in the high jump as did Cojenza in the broad jump. The diamond revealed future prospects for the varsity in Harrv Dickinson and john Pal- mieri. Tn the Sentinel competition. the Editorial Board selected Lambert Irons. Benjamin Silverman. Lillian Mermin, and Phyllis VVatrous. Jack Kinney and jack Field gained places on the Business Board. And. with the slowing up of this great revolving stage. the curtain slowly drops on a presentation that it would be hard for another class to equal. ALD HQIJSTON. 18 - . . - .. ,- - .... ...,.. ., . .... -.--g -,' gg 3- H. ' yn.:--J . s ms --,g g.'.:: Pjhf. cliffs-1-if-IE-.2-, -:hs-5-Q: '-'fins '-xi' gferg l : -"-15:-.1 - '-':?"f'rr--.'1fi'21'?F i 'z -: --.':1Z-1:51 '-i::':--' . 1- ..-: :- 2' . 1 -.e 3 . 'QL - aff: -xw.-arzri ':.-.tb-Z. --fl' :::.-.:-:.. -.'::: 4 s:.--:.. - -. 1 ' ll. ' fi ff. 5 .iluninr igintnry How proud we felt as we completed our first day in the morning session and left the portals of New Haven High School followed by the envious glances of the lower classmen, Then came the business of settling down. Many of us were already busy with the iNriters' Club. Orchestra, and Band. Berman. Beach. Tator. Evans, and McNerney acquitted themselves as embryonic journalists to the extent of being taken on the Sentinel Editorial Board. Paul Massey and Johnnie Urbanski, already showed high promise on the foot- ball field. and others. with great possibilities. were daily rubbing their noses in the nmd. Soccer burst into the limelight with Shia and Rohinsky showing skillful feet. Sebastiani and Abbatello were showing their prowess on the cross country team. jackie Solomon, Clarence Ryan, spent their idle moments in wrestling. while Milo Peck and Bud Baker engaged in tennis. Ray Miller and lz Donner represented us on the fencing team, and Esther Lopatin was declared the winner of the girls' fall tennis tournament. Along rolled November, and with it. the first meeting of the York Square Players. Their baud was swelled by Norty Levine, Norm Botwinik. Lil Plotkin, Beatrice Ladin, Lambert lrons, Ed McGarry, Pearl Myland. and Viv Berman. December found us a well organized class. and we were already convinced that we were the greatest class ever to enter New Haven High School. The winter sports found many staunch supporters. Bobinski, Reilly, Iwanski. Glover. and Shia were playing superb basketball. Bob johnson, Lee, Kebabian, and Rogoff were acquitting themselves magnificently in the water. On the hock- ey team. Hecky Tweed, "Moon" Mullen. Rennicke, Simpson, and Haesche were per- forming in great style. Christmas came slowly and passed quickly. The New Year brought with it many resolutions, which, as usual, proved to be very fragile. XVith March came the presentation of "Happy Days." The show was a howling success. and Lester Aaronson and Rose Kramer were acclaimed with great applause. Jackie Solomon was elected to the wrestling captaincy after a most successful sea- son. Our hoopsters defeated Bristol in the final game of the Yale Tournament to become state and triangular champions. At about this time the Smiiinvl staff for the coming year was appointed. Lam- bert lrons was appointed chairman: Herb Lipofsky and Lillian Mermin, assistant editors: Harvey Edlin. sports editor: Ed Mcfiarry. assignment editor: Laura Stirling, competition oliicial. The business board stalif included Bob Mullen, Mil- dred Kane. Phil Paolella, Abe Rotman, and Nancy Hogarth. "Clarence" was presented by the York Square Players. .Tack Steed, Eleanor VValders. Norman Botwinik. Norton Levine, and Lillian Plotkin played their parts to perfection. Time raced on: Coach Bowen issued his call for baseball candidates. Dickinson. and Fleming showed early promise, which later earned them places on the team. Wfith the GIFUIII elections five juniors. VValdo Beach, Pearl llflyland, Donald Campbell, Lambert Irons, and Helen Jones won their places on the editorial board. The art department included Renee Graves. Daniel Healy. Beatrice Ladin and Helene Missirian. and six more iuniors. James Brown. Charles Horn, George Hawley, Peter Terenzio. Albert Cohen and Louis Kraft, represented us on the busi- ness board. In the Columbia Scholastic Press Association competition, the 1932 edition of the "Gleam" was awarded first place. ' VVith May came the election of our class officers. The result was that we en- trusted ourselves to Eddie Bobinski, Georgia Holabird, Ruth Kimberly, and Harry Dickinson. ' The class book elections found Pearl Myland editor-in-chief and Ray York busi- ness manager. June arrived, and we had completed another cycle in our race through New Haven High School. - Q 19 SEYMOUR KLEBANOFF A 5 5 .4 1aq:s':e:1.1e:f::,':-:avg f:2i5as.s: '-is t 2 N if. F 55 ' . 2: -,gg -:-:..1I-E:5:- 25:22-5 . 'E-1.6:-I :11-H ,..,: :,,:.'.1i' 5, -112-Ii. : Z t. :L f..-. '.-X:':::-zx: :.'.x :'.. .-:: -'..-.-. x ual. 4 --. . ...'- ... I - . 1 4. In 1' 'I Q ' L ' Seninr igininrg yy Are we Seniors? Have we at last assumed the important position in scholastic life or are we merely Juniors with a few more points? VVith new friends, -new teachers. new rooms, we gradually lit ourselves into this mold of seniority. VVith varying degrees of determination we set about the tasks at hand. There is the first call for football candidates. Under the skilled tutelage of Coach Bowen. another crack team develops. Smashing line bucks, long spiraling passes. loose-hipped sprints through a broken field. well illustrate the versatility of our well-oiled football machine, which ultimately annexes its second consecutive state title. Football, as usual, predominatcs but the other fall sports make themselves heard over the roars of the pigskin devotees. Tennis finds Milo Peck its Senior champion. An embryonic Jones. Palmieri. takes home the coveted golf title. A fine athletic year is tlms under way. Politics cuts a wide swath in school activities. Wlith December class elections arrive. Again the political infiuence pervades the school. As a rc- sult Lambert Irons assumes the ofhce of Presidentg Georgia Holabird, Vice-presi- dent: Ruth Kimberley, Secretary: Harry Dickinson. Treasurer: Eugene Coyle, Class Day chairman: Lillian Mermin, Class Motto chairman: and Donald Campbell. Class Gift chairman. The Christmas holidays arrive. Wfith Yuletide festivities still fresh in our minds. school presents a drab front. but back we return to the long trek. Athletics again take the center of the stage. A great basketball season is looked for. There is every reason to hope that the pin- nacle of success is at hand: a great coach, promising material. and Bobinski rolling 'em in as never before. That pinnacle, the championship, is snatched from us even on the moment of reaching it. Rho Alpha Gamma offers a cup to the winner of the hiter-fraternity Basketball League, which A. D. S. promptly takes over. The champion Hillhouse swimming team. although not the favorites, retain their honors in the Hnal Tri-meet. That sterling natator, Johnson. duplicates his extraordinary feats of the preceding year. Then, like the sun through the clouds. comes "Happy Days". That highlight of every year presents scintillating entertainment. A dazzling stage. pleasing songs, amusing skits contribute to make this "Happy Days" the criterion of better high school presentations. Once more the track team upholds our athletic standards. March IS sees a Tuttle-advised group win the lnterscholastics. VVrestling and hockey. each with its share of hard fought battles, close successful seasons. The winter of our last year is history. The balmy days of spring are anticipated. The balminess fails to materialize, for March Zlst is a day decidedly reminiscent of some nights in mid-January. Graduation speakers are chosen: Wfaldo Beach, Lillian Plotkin, Margaret VVeigle, and Norton Levine. Marjorie Resnikotf, Anthony Paolilla and Pearl Myland find their places as class historians. For the benefit of the Milk Fund "Happy Days" is repeated. A fine turnout for First prac- tice bolsters the hopes for a championship baseball club. An oratorio is held at Troup, and the Senior Chorus Hoods the auditorium of that institution with its melodious tones. Time is slipping away. "College-Board" preparation is in full stride. ln the latter part of April the Glraui appears. True to the admirable precedent which the Glcfam has set. the issue is clearly of the first water as a school publication, and is put out under the editorship of VValdo Beach, with Pearl Myland as associate editor. and Donald Campbell as assistant. Then. although we have been conscious of its imminence for some time, the fate- ful moment is upon us. Shortly, we must sever definitely, the ties of sentiment. loyalty, and comradeship. which have ever characterized our associations with Hill- house. The soberness of the thought is momentarily thrust aside under the gayety and excitement of the great event, Graduation. ' JOHN WVELSH 20 i . - . - . .-- . . 2: J :. '?. , .1.2'3' - ff mga-.-:sgfq-:.:j :5,r.:qsg. ,fgxtaa Hi-2 ' ,fa21'3E2:tiI5r':1::' :-13,55 ,3-:,:?.f5,35:f,.3.15.3-.1 I ' '11 . H. ,:.-'gn Q ,gcqn ug'-3 -. .--' ,. .::-..- .--Q 3, 7-. '. .. ...' I -. .':. . ' , I .3 "-fi 'Fi - :df -3Yf'5E?Si'i Tia?-Z. '-S? I-Z'lZ1'!:::.'-111:-Z. 1.'::. 4 '1T.-1 '!:51':f. --.'.:':I5t -' " . - f ll. l ' at L 5. Q? 'S A n O :ai ' IX! I-l I'-l iprnpherg nf the Gllzma nf 1933 june 27th, 1946 Mr. john McNerney, Forgotten Acres, New York. . Dear t'jawn": g Lay aside all distracting thoughts, and listen to my story. Here's some interest- ing news. hot from the latest issue of "XVho's lNho in America". whose columns fairly scintillate with the accomplislnnents and achievements of the class of l933. N. l-l. H. S. My greatest thrill as a newspaper editor is the fact that l have inside information regarding people long before the public scans the press. This news l am forwarding so that you may get in touch with our classmates and invite them on your round-the-world yachting cruise. lack Field, VValdo Beach, and Charlie Maillard-"Beau Brummels" of high school days-are now embittered bachelors. Recently in an Anti-lNoman's Rights campaign they hired a hall to combat this menace. Scarcely had Charlie proclaimed before a packed house, "Frailty, thy name is W'oman," when Helen Tolman. Vivian Berman, and Phyllis Stuart. at the head of a baud of frenzied women, charged the jammed hall. Burt Johnson, "Mitch" Garber, Phil Paolella, and Eddie Shia were injured in the wild stampede for exits. Bob "Moon" Mullen is not the great banker of his boyhood dreams but is asso- ciated with money, being chairman of the annual drive to secure funds to provide the poor Eskimos of Alaska with "Eskimo Pies". The Misses Phyllis VVatrous. Louise Tator, and Lillian Mermin are active mem- bers of the Stitch and Chatter Chapter of the sewing circle. Edward "Vanity'i McGarry is living in McGarry city, McGarry County, New York, where he and his McGarry Orchestra play in the M cGarry Hotel, situated ou beautiful Lake McGarry. "Norty" Levine and Herb Lipofsky were prominent New York barbers until sued by Harvey Edlin, popular sport scribe. who charged them with "lntent'to Kill" and "False Pretensef' VV ith his haircut as evidence, Harvey was awarded the case by Ben Silverman, the judge. Don "Soup" Campbell is a famous jockey. lt is claimed that Don's success is due to his hair, which creates little wind resistance. Of our many screen heroines, Margaret Vlfeigle will long be remembered for her superb acting in "XVei-Gals Leave Home". Saul Jacobson has resigned his position as "Soapbox Orator" to take over a po- sition in the "Pudclicombe" cold cream concern. Man's declining superiority was very noticeable in the world famous trial of Joy Goddard. Ruth Kimberly, and Georgia Holabird, who were charged by Art Coun- tryman. city prosecutor, of "Under a Straw". Mass. with running a "sweatshop', in which only men were employed. Jim Cooney and "Bud" Baker dramatically told of the cruelties indicted upon the men workers by Nancy Hogarth and Laura Stirl- ing, factory foremen. "Ray" York, to the hewilderment of nerve specialists, still continues to see "Redd" QKittyj. Louise Pickett, to the joy of all, has finally traced her ancestry to one "Moxie- W'a-W'a". a prominent Revolutionary VVar "Picket", who was killed at the battle of "Fork's Bend". Louise is now a full-fledged member of the D. A. R. Jake Levy Qeej, famous engineer, is all broken up because of the many severe Hoods. "Herb" Angell is the proprietor of the world famous "Paradise" Dance Hall. where the thrilling dance marathons are held. Eric Maurer and Nancy Lampson, noted marathoners, ,won the last contest after two thousand hours of continuous struggling. 21 ss . Q u u . .u ,H ' ' ',': - ' I- ,-,l:",:' I, ' T. ' .' '.'.'P1'?'. -' ' .,:1'q'.-':J5.'f-'.Z' :'g'-'-L-,S-It 5:.-,fe -5:2-T-1-:'Q'F1E .1 i 1-N - .- -.-2.-: --5:.-..-:-'.- - -1. .--.. -..,...-,. ..,--.- -- .g..,...'.. 1, -U., L- - .-.. .--.- .-. ...-, , ,-,. tg .: ... -L ..3,., .-:.::..' A -..- Q -..- . .-,,- . . - - I, .- . 5.-,-. ,, --5.1. 1 ., .A -4. ug, . 31:5 .Ng-5gE::.': :-if :-1'.'.:..':: :. t .'.':.' 4 ::.-. ::. xv.:':-.-- - -. : ' r. 'XX s lNl't-l'I-1' t It was only right for "Hecky" Tweed to enter the haberdashery business. Dwight Lewis, champion golfer and close friend of Tweed, thinks that because he is wear- ing a "Tweed" suit, that he IS wearing a "Tweed" suit, which he is and isn't wear- ing. Do you find it hard to grasp this, "j'awn"? Ralph Sebastiani is the track champion of all points south of the "Mason-Dixon" line by virtue of his thrilling victory over Johnnie Urbanski. Gossip has it that Ted and Charlie Fowler paid Lester Aaronson one thousand dollars. Aaronson's shoe repair shop was set on tire by a burning "Fowler Cigar". Fred McKeon, Jim Hinchlitf, Harry Dickinson, Fred Mott, and Bert Farrell are heroic sailors aboard Uncle Sam's Submarine S-89. This will not surprise you as everything was over their heads in high school. Frank Palmer is prominent as the founder of the "For-hams" University. jack "Dreamy'l Minor is the headmaster of a high school in "On a Decline", Nevada. An innovation in jack's school is the convenient placement of beds for weary and foot-sore boy pupils. After the resignation of Mr. Nettleton from "The Sentinel" big "Bill" Evans took over the "Nettled State of Affairs." "Let real QKjraftsmen" Ironize "your car' is the slogan of Lambert Irons and Louie Kraft, nationwide specialists in rebuilding automobiles. W'e were all astounded when Laura Read, janet Brigham, and "Miggy" An- drews, made a non-stop Hight around the world from New York to New York. lt was foolish to worry, however, as they always ended up just where they started. "Retribution" is the theme of Paul Massey's life. Paul is now owner of a popu- lar newspaper and is relentlessly campaigning to make the teachers take pay cuts. Dick Carroll is probably Americas greatest spendthrift. If he cannot secure the right Diamond QPinkyj he has sworn to be a bachelor. "Anne" Ahearn and "Betty" Voos have succeeded in selling the toothless savages in Africa a carload of toothpicks. Eleanor Kugel and Beatrice Ladin are the teachers of recreation at Spireworth School, New Haven. Milo Peck and Dick Guptil are the recipients of the "William Rowland", trophy, an award presented to the most courageous and gentlemanly of men. They helped Kate Smith, inuneasurably in bringing the Moon Over The Mountain. Fresh from the hands of the publishers comes Charlie Brennan's latst novel "W'hy Give Up" based on his experiences on his first sea voyage. "Bill" Fleming is a prominent member of the "court-bench". Pearl Moeller is the present furore of the selling world. She succeeded in selling the Prince of VVales a "non-skid" saddle. Betty O'Brien and Helen VVebb are new members of the Mahatma Crhandi per- sonal retinne. Betty has a new way of wearing her tent robe to the chagrin of Mahatma. "Walt" Haesche and "Charlie" Dreisen are well able to be associates in the trea- sury department as they learned to "raise the Qbjucks on the hockey team. Since "Billy", Rennicke stopped so many hard drives at the Arena, he was com- missioned as a general in Uncle Sam's Army. You will remember that "Gene" Coyle and Eddie Urbanski were always experi- menting in Chemistry. They are now trying to lind the combination of Davev Jones' locker. ' George Hawley, who received his P. H. O. in Bullology, is the focus point of the lntelligentsia because of his recent fcheckj book "Owd to a Bird". Third rate passage will satisfy me on your cruise. Have Bob -lohnsoq, Bill Lee, and Paul Kebabian somewhere near me. and all of us near the life boats. 55,- More interesting news follows. I am eagerly awaiting the opportunity of renew- ing old acquaintances. The receipt of your check covering your subscription fee for the last three issues of "VVho's VVho" would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely yours, ' 22 BILL KENNEDY. N. 5-:-:-:5'g5:1j:,-.':.'5:5-,'.'.' :':'?liH?- xiii' 1 '-5:31-I 17Ii.I5?:1g5 :Z . : JI-'J-.. . '7-" ' .1 -. 1'-1-151 'Elf-'J 5 lfflf' " ."f-"-.' .'--' ' .' . . :..g1:.-. za.,-': . - -.-5.1. . I ,.-g. . "::. -.. :L - Xie. -Juv..-::: ...::'.. .-:.' .-..-.- - -- -1 -I... . . ' 7 I X .',.': K "MZ: 65:5 533. u v I.i:s'rizu AAuoNSoN. dr B 'illiglily Atom" 514 George Street. Prepared at 'l'roup. Activities: President of VVriters' Club 125: Orchestra 125: Drmnatie Club 125: Debating Club 12. 45: "Happy Days" 12. -i5: York Square Players 145. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobby: 'l'ennis. C H ,units A BIl:X'l'liI.I.0 "'C.'l1arlir" DS xVOSf.lllillSt0l' Street. Ham- den. Prepared at Hassett. Ao- tivities: Hi-Y 115: Traek Team 12, 3. -15: Cross-Country Team 13, 45: Spanish Club 145. Future: ll. S. Naval Aendeiny. Hobby: 'l'rack. SvI.vIA ABRAMS "SiI'f llili Gilbert Avenue. Prepared ut Orange Street. Activities: llralnatic Club 11, 25: Debating Club. 11, 252 NVriters' Club 11. 2. 35: Motto Club 125. Future: Col- lege. Hobby:1 sie. Ir E HERN lui Acururvisk xi "'..1!ky" erhy Avenue. Orange. Conn. 'repared at Orange Ul'ZlllllllHl' School. Aetivities: German Club t-15. Future: XVort-ester l'oly-tech- nie Institute. Hobby: -.-xniateur Radio. Louis ,-XrQU.xRUl.o rrflcn 496 Chapel Street. Prepared at Columbus. . Stivitiei: Honors 11, 12. sm: 6 1 i rp Club mg XVorld Affa 145. Future: Yale Medical. Hobby: NVrest- ling. .,.,,,.........-.,-,., ,..,,..,.-..,1..,,.,. .K 1- I-:::ff-".12-.-.:-.-:i:.-gf. .. : -, .-g- .'- t.. :1'.:':..-2 - ' 1 sf. ..2'r'.' W' Goiuion STUNE .Mmm s "Comfy" 47 'l'l1ir1l Street. llrepareml at Truman. Activities: Hi-Y tl, 45: Gym 'Peaiu 145: N'Vrestliug 'Peam 145. Future: Springiield inter- national Y. M. C. A. College. Hobbies: Basketball and WVrest- ling. JOHN Armms Hfdlllliljln 36 Douglas Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Aero Club 12. 3. 45: Hockey 'Pealu 12. fl.-15. Future: College. Hobby: Aviation. SA NT1No .finuaiuo "San: " 1003 Dixwell Avenue. Prepared at Lyiuan Hall. Future: College. .A NNE Al-IEARN. E N E "Amie" 153 Foster Street. Prepared at lVorthing1ton Hooker. Aetivities: Dl'H.lllHlitY Club 11. 25: Aviation Club 115: York Square Players 1325: French Club 13, 45. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. PAULINE Amuno unto 298 Nifallace Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Debating Club 115: Italian Club 145: Cho- rus 145: Basketball Team 145. Future: Arnold College. Hobby: Playing cards. 1 'fi-?25':G113-'rjfllfi-IE-.'::' r':'PiiH?- Eiicli ' 3.f:??2'gi:2i?,i1':'?f F551 . 5:-253:55 5?-1:Qg3,25:3 -':-.rg-, 'g' . -5 :.':j:3:q x:g:5-ts , rrp:-:g-. :, -3' .I .::g'. ' '. Z" "gr--'Z . ':5:. T. '?:. f.lf.' -N6-5:5::': :-ff I-i'.'-I-'.':::.-.2-rx: 1.'::: : '::2-1'::. 1-.'.:':.3: V :J 1 .-ff , Ill- -,.:i'5ZfZi 'uf-gc. . : Sffff .... .. :ZPL A 5 Q 5?-'i YE:.'-V :gfzi-Z: li.-win .-Xl.lrl-:l:u.'xN 1.0 -xxx lui 1 l xuuzxn-Ll HI Troup. .. - - ' ' udio Club 1 i - ,' ur 5. Future: l iuxb-1 lluirws llobbyz "limi" . h L .Wi i. tx : s l 123: Cw s "u ho- er Club 13. ,745 Cl u 1 'll Uxlx . -1 Q51 . tviuuuing. lg, l'lliluu2RT .-Xl.lxr:lm.xN. M 2 HI.tlllllIl-X". 298 Slit-ruiaui Au-imtlo. l'rop:u'od :ll Troup. Activitivs: Sxviuuuiug 'IR-uiu til, Il, -ll: tlloo Club 125i NYriters' Club t2J: Motto Club till: lllasulmll 'l't-:lui C232 Spuuisli Club till: lfluslu-tlrull 'Fvuul C411 York Squnrt- l'luye-rs Hb. Fu- turt-: Wt-uouuli Military Amul- vuiy. Hobby: Swiuuuiug. lliaR'ru.x .'X1.u-:s1luN.xs "Brrt" 212 lluumhroy Struct. Pre- pzlre-tl ut Oruugo Strvvt. Avtivi- tivs: Chorus tl. 21: Y. XV. J. R. til: Glu- Ulub 135. Future: Bul- lnrtl St-bool. Hobby: ljruwing. liicirmil .AXI,l.lNsoN uutil"' 21 liraullvy Stn-ot. l'l'011ul't-tl :lt Oruugu Street. Activities: Vol- loy Rall tl, 23: Swiuuuiug 'Pozuu 12, 31: Gt'l'lllilll Club 443. Fu- llll'0Z'CUlllllllll!1 College. Hob- bies: Swimming :ind dancing. AGNES AI.l.lS'l'l-IR "Scully" 657 Ferry Strom-t. l"rep:u'ed at Fair 1-lava-u. Activities: York Square Plaiyers til, 43: Fr:-ncli Ulub L-ll: .lauu-t M. Purdue Road- iug Uirl-lv t-ll. Future: 'l'r:tvel. Hobby: l'llLlllbgl'lllillj', lfs1'm.l.+: l.l2N0lut .-Xl.l-rtlrr, -Ii 2 qi "Slr'll" U12 l-Itlgt-wood Avi-iiliv. Pro- liurcd ut Troup. Am-tiritius: Dv- buting Club QLD: XVritors' Club 12, 3, 41: Draunzmtic Club 129: York Square Players 13. 47: Ger- lurm Club 43, -U: Chorus Q-ll. Future: Uounectlm-ut College for XVoiueu. llobby: 'lk-uuis. SAM Al.l'IiR'l' "Samir" 28 Dow Street. Pl?-'DIll't'll at Troup. Ac-tivitios: Gerumn Club 43. 41: Honors till. Futurv: Yale, llobby: Sports. blftklli A xr mu NTIS IIIYHII 220 Climwl Stroot. Prt-p:1l'erl nt Columbus. Activities: ltnliuu Club 645. Future: Columbia Uni- versity. I'lUlJlbYISlYlllll't1lllg'. Frzux .-Xmmlumo "A ni-v" 'ill Carmel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Foutb:1llTe:llll 121: Motto Club Gi: Varsity Football Squad til, 43. Future: Holy Cross College. Hobby: Sports. JOHN ANASTASIO "lolmnir" 127 Chapel Street. l"l't"llZ1l'6Il at Fair Flnvvii. Futurq: Alubamzl. Hobby: linslcetball " .- 1 5 ma? Q 'v I .. . ., l '-'-'I'-. It " :'- 5.1:-X . "-I 7'--'1 '. " ..--1 I-'La' -' I .e '- aft. '-J. :L -hi" -Nf'::ff:x': ':.-.rS'I. :-:T .-Z'.'-1 -'-2"x .'i:. 4 ':.'.... :-.'.:...-.- .. 1 fb. f .Q ll. "'!-Hgh 'Nl' Qgugtq 4 ..- r . . f" --l. J' Qltrififg ' D' as aiiilyrtsti-ef-150 Prepared fu Sheri an, g'u9'n-re: Universityof Nortlgpaxl' Hobby: Swim- ming. ' - ----' Evrarrrr A NnEasoN HEW.. 15 Eden Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Aero Club 125. Future:-Aviator. Hob- by: Aviation. HELEN CuAiu.or1'r: .-XNn , N J rl yn P 'ii Andy , Sfilnniit Road nden. Pre- I1 e at Chur Street Grum- 1arScho mden. Activities: Chorus C , I Motto Club CUZ Honorsafh '5-2, SJ: Vice-President of Glke 'Club 131: French Club Ugkf-'Fri-Y 1-0. Future: Larson's S31-retarial School. Hobby: Ice- skating. Hmm AN A NDRRSON --Ijink-vu li-17 Main Street, East Haven. Prepared at Garrisb School. East Haven. Activities: Hi-Y ill: Motto Club QU: York Square Players C3, 41: Chorus C-lj. Fu- ture: Columbia University. Hob- by: Football. 1 GUDRUN ANDRESIQN "Goodie" 336 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball 123. Future: Nursing. Hobbies: Art and swimming. A L s .. fl bfARtiARE'1' ANllRlZW. 2 N E "'1lfiggi'r" till XVootlbine Street. llnmden. Prelmred at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Dramatic Club Lil: Secretary and Treasurer of Dramatic Club C2J: Tri-Y CD: York Square Players 431: Chairman of Enter- tainment Committee of Frenvli Club C319 French Cub till lVorld Affairs Club HJ. Future: Nor- mal School. Hobby: Spot' . , lk REIQNIFIC .-XLLEN :KN 1 ' "l?m'uir" 21 XVinchester Plat-1 lu t ven. Prepared at Union Grani- mar St-bool, East Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus Cl. 21: 'Pennis 'Penm tl. 2. Ill: Swimming 'Peam fill: Motto Club 12l, Future: Colum- bia University. Hobby: Drawing. Domus bIADl2I.INli .- ' umws KX xynxbdj 0 ti-l festminster Street. llam- en. Pl'91'l2l,l'f'dilf Bassett. Ac- tivities: French Club 13, il: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 43: VVorld Affairs Club HT. Future: Columbia. University. Hobbies: Swimming and music. NIARY Lots ANI .ws NLD 2795 Vvbitp, -Avenue. Pre- pared at t Carinelfllrammar School 1 ' ' ' ' WWW ill: Tri-Y t-li. Future: .uri - tarial School. Hobbies: Skating and dancing. HERBERT A NGELL -ll, Lauder Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Soccer Team C153 Football Team 12, 3, -ll: Baseball 'Feam C213 Basketball Team K3. -ti. Future: Dartmouth Hobby: Golf. ':'i'?:5':G1'-3:1-135.3-f5'.'-1 f:':V-i3?- "':13I'- 51 'ti' :':..Q.-5:22 , ':Z. :L -'.1-.X 'A:'t.1-Zi: x Lf. I . l' '-gk.. -"'.?. 'r'-151: 2-:11 ww FR.xNcis. AN1'oNm.r.1 T11 VVoodivard Avenue. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Rand U, 2. 3. -IJ. Hobby: Sports. IRVING T. Armzr. .,APM,,, 1412 Dixivell Avenue. Prepared at Church Street School, llam- den. Activities: Rifle 'Peain til. -ll. Future: Art School. Hobby: Shooting. Euzansru AUGUSTINE, qu H X n1?vtt-yu 171 Circular Avenue. Hanulen. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Motto Club Ill: 'l'rl-Y C411 Home Economics Club I-ll. Future: Commercial Artist. H o b b y : Drawing. GENEVIEYE :XULETTA "Jim" 75 Fairview Avenue, llxinulen. Prepared at llixivell Avenue School. Activities: Chorus tl, Ill: Italian Club 13. 41. Future: Teaching. Hobby: Skating. QS N id! sf' .RNICE .-Xvmv liBpclJ 1074 Dixwellt-xvenue. Prepared at Dixwell Avenue School. Hain- den. Activities: Xvriters' Club 12. 33: Volleyball Team t2l: French Club HJ: Spanish Club til. Fu- ture: Normal School. Hobby: Ice-skating. . .. .... .., ,. , I .. . . -.. . .. 'Q' ' "J 2 ' ' ' -' '-F! ' w' :f Tl 'I' .' ' P5122 ' :.":'7-5 "-1 T- '-1" 9:3-5: .El-xl -11 5:32-'Q-j-, .I -Y . 1,3 . .'.: - .,.:,,: ,.' . -,:,-:--,. .,-:.',-.',. .... .,....,,- . . . . - :li . -U., .. '..n..:,.,,,......c--1 S ' ,.- :Z ,-.'.'1' -'g .'.'.Z' - -.: -Z. r ' x 4 ' : I-.. . ' . u li. C ' I-t-'L we Josnr .5 i . Al, W... 53 East Pearl Street. Pre red at Fair Haven. Activities: Cho- rus 1-il. Future: New York Uni- versity. Hobby: Sivinuning. Annie S. Avxxmn "'B'11gs" 212 Xvinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 133: "Der Deutsche Ver- ein" til. -il: Chorus 441. Future: Storrs. Hobbies: Dancing and reading. ARTHUR H:XlQ0i.ll .-XvR "Art" 90 Parker Place. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: XVcbb Uni- versity. Hobbies: Swimming and reading. BRL: N0 l3lRucn Ftlxcc ll l0L't'lIT nB1'b1'n 27 Morris Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Gymnastic Te-ani C-il. Future: Holy Cross College. Hobby: Dancing. xl DAVID l BAKER, M E, ,?l1d" S1 Armor 5 reet I red at Vorth'x n Hoo r. tivi- tl Te s Tezun C K, 3, 45: Si i 1 ng Te 1 Cl, 2. D2 Hoc- kek . e m tl, 3. 435' Assistant r of I-I yLfl'eaiu C352 Man er of Hot ' til: Astron- omy Ilub 423: ter-1'1'aternity Council 13, 45. Future: Yale. Hobby: Tennis. -gm-:we-.v'.-:sgrr-5.1 r-'-wx-3. -fs.Q:.i fif ' '-mer'-1'-Piiir' J. 1 I I. 5-25355: 5-mr: 3'.QF:3E:1?f .gut . ...g. . . -.,..1..,-I, 5, ,-:JK -.. ,3.,:,,:.u in .'.. 1- L: - ..,.' - , ,,.--- .e-... ..-.,,-3 ' "-' ". .'.- Z " :':. .'.v'I-5 122: -- , . ':" 1:-.1' -' 2 ,' ' - ,. -1 J-,341 ' ,'.'.g. 1 .35 ':E':. '-.'. '?:. -'.'lf." -A:-:::f:n :NS-I. .-J :- :. s -.'. :: 4 I -?.- . - .'.- - : 15 s In. . Engl- - Q 4:::'- A A o Y: .Q . I Y f RICIIARD BAKER '-mei-" Cheshire, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Hulniston School, Ches- hire. Activities: Aero Club 12, 3, 41. Future, 1'1lectl'ir:1l Engineer. Hobby: Aviation. GEORGE B.u.nwIN "Bal1f,l"' 42 llvnd Street. llrepzired nt Bassett. Activities: Volleyball 'lk-mn 121: Football 'I'enin 121: Soccer 'l'e:1ni 13.41. Future: Xvest Point. ,IIEANNE KIARIE lxxrroim E N ' "Jvc: " X. 12 1tltpnon'so-e.- P ed ut Sbr 'tiiflviiVt't'at65i r Se iool. Activities.Set-retn y of ran ttic cum timgmii. etbnll 'rea 1 111: 'l'rl-Y 1114 2, zo: mm Clu 121: , a.nmtic'7Club 121: Glee Tlub cog mend' Club 13, 41. Fur -e: Cfoluinbia, to Study Dental Ily- ghi-Iobby: Sports. X. S l'llllI.EY BANQUER 11 Ir!" 448 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: XVriters' Club 12, 31: Volleyball Team 121: l1ra.mn,tic Club 21: Chorus 13, 41: York Square Players 141. Future: Smitlfs Kindergarten School. Hobby: Horse-buck riding. CHARLES l3.4leR.vro "C11ivk" 432 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Ac- tivities: Football Tealn 11, 21: Dramatic Club 11, 21: Aero Club 111: VVrestling Temn 121: Hi-Y 13, 41: Italian Club 13, 41: French Club 141: Business Board of "Sentinel" 141. Future: Univer- sity of Naples. Hobby: Sports. ALMON R. BARNES nlillu 3832 VVhltney Avenue, Mt. Cnr- mel. Prepared nt Mt. Carmel Grummzu' School. Activities: Cross Country Team 141: 'l'rack Team 141. Future: Yale. Hob- bies: Reading and Sports. RUTH BARON "Ruthie" 46 Alenier Street, Hmnden. Prepared Rt Helen Street School. llaniden. Activities: French Club 141. Future: Columbia Univer- sity. Hobby: Driving. NICHOLAS BARRACO "Sf1rad" T2 Hallock Street. Prepared at Trumzln. Activities: Orchestra 12, 3. 41: Chorus 13, 41. Future: St. Louis University. Hobby: Radio. ARTHUR V. RATES ffdrfu 59 Adu ' lStreet. Prepared at Basse Activ ies: Orc-hes 12.31 : na 1 3, 41. u Law 4, Fi -- . ...A t at n. Hobby: B RUTH BATTER rrR'1ffllS,, 28 Batter Terrace. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 13, -11. Future: University of Michigan Medical. Hobby: Ex- perimenting. NYY mf Ma mm . , . . -. . . .. ..... .... .. ... --.--- - --- .. . .. ...:--J. gg- r.s-....,-,-,-g--a-,zgqv f'.'1':..':.1155-:,I.'A:.2-,'.1. :Qui .-1.-.xg .gl - 3.-:2:.g1j1'.-REIT - :- -.-L.: ,--'5:.:.-,'-3:.-L5:.- .L- .-:-':-.. , ' . gaze-:.: ' :::'-:--.'-- :.::-..- -. I-e .' . .::::. . '. ' ' -:Q--' r.-5. -Nifiiiii' 'LWB-2. 1-SP' J31'lZ3'.'5:'5.'-Z:i:f. f.'::l' 4 'IT-ii 'ii-1':J. -i.'.:':I3i -' 1 .-211 .al Ill , '-1::i.f. . ' . "'?-?Qx-- sf?" If I-2'-, .f:Z:- '- -'1:g.1. 65:1-' gg.. . A g s -,.-. .. 'P L. .TJ W .uno llmcll " Rl'H1'll len 405 ventral Avenue. l"repared at. XVorthlugton llooker. Activi- ties: Honors 11. 21: Motto Club 123: Dramatie Club 121: "Senti- nel" Editorial Board 13, -D: "Glenna" Editorial Board 133: "Gif-am" Editor-in-Chief 1-D: Stamp Club 133: Chorus 145. Fu- ture: Vveslevan. Hobby: Collect- ing stambs. .- J- N - SIDNEY BECK 27 Baldwin Street. Entered from New York. Activities: Or- ehestra 13, 41. Future: North Carolina. State College. Hobby: Swimming. Ouvna E. BI-:ex mv. ,I le. "Bud" lfotehkiss Grove, Branford. Prepared at Troup. Activities: German Club 13, -tl: Hi-Y 1-ll. Future: College. Hobby: Fishing. Gears Bemis, A A HS Deerfield Street. East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union Gram- mar School, East Haven. Activ- ities: Hockey Team 133: XVorld Affairs Club 1-ll. Future: New .lersey College. Hobby: Canoe- ing. BEATRICE S. BELOFF, CD S, :IJ HBFHJJ 384 Sherman Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 121: French Club 121. Fu- ture: University of Pennsyl- vania. Hobby: Dancing. Davin i'iENlil'fR UD1l'i'1'u Sli Kensington Street. Prepared at 'l'roup. Activities: Basketball Team 145. Future: Yale -Art Sc-hool. llobby: Drawing. Palau HsNHvEN1'o "Curfdro" 28 Cain Street. Prepared at Hamilton. Activities: Captain of Basketball Team 115: Football 'Peam 13, -lb: Basketball Team 121, -ll: Baseball Team 1-li. Hobby: Sports. FRANK BENEVICH "Slim" H2 Fillmore Street. Prepared at Clinton Avenue. Activities: Sketch Club 111: Orchestra 1-li. Future: Keep sculpture and ar- chitecture in college. Iluhhyt Sr-ulpture. Faso RlaNNm'1'o, je., A A S. MGM.. S21 Carleton Road. Prepared at NVhitneyville G r a. m m a r School. Activities: lnter-l-'ra- ternity Council 133: Manager ol' Golf 'Pealn 1-U. Future: Yale. llohby: Sinionizing Cars. R,xvMoNn josmfll BENSON rrRayn1 623 Ferry Street. Prepared at St. Franc-is. Activities: Football Team 123: Basketball Team 125: Cross Country and Track Teams 13, ll. Future: Syracuse Univer- sity. Hobby: Pole-Vaulting, . ..--1: m-w.-,ug -.'. ::'-'- , ' - .-' '-I .' 7.1--':--S F ':I. 1. :I. - -. -. ' WJ.-2: 1 T-,.-1 "F:-::. 131: s 1 we . sl - . 11:1 : Er:-WSF. I -1 f'ff?s'E.f . .-.. '- - -.v, U:-:J N ...z , .,: -03.1-.: :--, 5, H -. 5 :t-:H ..' ...-1. 1 A.: A+ i .-N. 1 ':.-.tb-1: :-N ::.-.:f:t. -:ng 4 s::.::. 1: - . 1 :.1. ll. .-12117 l :Eff ' 4 .s uh.: T. --, Rurn A. BENSON "Benny" 48 Farren Avenue. T'roparcd at Fair Hnrcn. Activities: York Square Players 13, -13: German Club 143. Future: Secretarial School. Hobby: Tennis. MAUR1Ci-:RENTLEv fflqlol! 176 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Hi-Y 113: Soccer Team 133. Hobby: Ath- lctics. LORRAINR BERGSTROM IKI4 Urryll 102 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Motto Club 113: Chorus 123: York Square Players 13, 43: Acro Club 13. 43g Treasurer Acro Club 143: Italian Club 13. 43. Future: Yale Music School. Hobby: Church work. I.1L1.mN BERMAN HLNU ' 224 Chapel so-1-et. P1-gpm-ed at Fair Haven. Activities: French Club 143. Future: Larson's Sec- retarial School. Hobby: Dancing. VIVIAN BERMAN, H E I1 rrpvivn 1519 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: Debating Club 123: Nifriters' Club 12, 3, 43: Honors 1235 York Square Players 13, 43: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 133: French Club 143. Future: VVelles- Icy. Hobby: Traveling. FIORELLO BERNARDO uljvru 216 VVest Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Motto Club Leader 113: Hockey Squad 11. 2, 33. Future: Duke University. Hobby: Dancing. G BER Q f 7 Ott Stlett P op 1 C' llb L mistu Llub143 Iutuie M 'I 1 - 1 . - , ,fl t - . Q. 21 I: Checker Club 13. . - 1- 1 . P ' : l gineer. Hobby St1mpcollu.t ing. BEATR1cE BERRY "Jn-ya" 215 Goffe Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 12, 43. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. l.ou1sE M. BERTAZZI IILUIL!! 64 James Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Basket- ball 'Foam Captain 123: Basket- ball Team 13. 43: Volleyball Team 13. 43: Hockey Team 143: Chorus 143: Italian Club 143. Future: St. Raphael's Hospital. Hobbies: Sports and dancing. THOMAS BERTUCCINI "Tom" 551 XVoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activities: Orcliestra. -12. 333 Glec Club 12. 33: Italian Club 133: VVriters' Club 14-3: Chorus 143. Future: Navy. Hobby: Studying. . 5... . .H-5... .-,..:..-, -'.72:'Q'::'.-.ig ' 2 . jgnzgzag - ...gn '. 1. g.: -I -.3 5-:--.,-:g.,v. -g:, 1. :L - '.u. -fX:'3::-:az 1' 53 .. ' bg.. t g.:- 'ajf- --1:-L JXDOLPH BIALECKI ..Bi., 487 East Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: Cho- rus 113: Orchestra. 11, 47: Ger- man Club 141. Future: Yale or State College. Hobby: Studying faces. Roman BIRDSALL 24 Maple Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 12, 35: Chorus 12, 41: Gymnastic Team 13, -il: "Happy Days" 13. -U: Band 145. Hobby: Music. HELEN BLAca.xRsKA "BIarkizr" 45 Summer Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Future: St. .lolm's Long Island City Hospi- tal. Hobby: Dam-ing. OLGA Josrspnms BLAHITKA n5wki,,,,yv T0 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball Team 12, 43: Chorus 12, 43: Vol- leyball Team 143. Future: Nor- mal School. 1-lobby: Stamps. EDNA BLAIR ..Ed., 79 Pine Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Teacher. Hobby: -Athletics. -g--,vp - -.f. -.-.-ev. -.z-e- .:t3.' N N 'N x '..'..- :. .1 X 1 :-.',',' , . ... gi . -- . -.. . t a'.5t.'1 A , ,, t- E .,...,. josizi-11 C. Roakmmx, A P E, S NVaverly Street. .Prepared at Troup. Activities: Baseball Team 125: Basketball Team 131: As- sistant Manager of Swimming 'l'ea.m 1313 Assistant Manager of NVater Polo Team 133: Manager Swimming Team 145: Manager YVater Polo Team 1-ll. Future: Packard or New York Univer- sity. Hobby: Athletics. Enwixan BOBINSKI "Bob" 485 East Str -t. Prepared at Bra! d Gran ar School. Ac- tivit es: Basel mtl Basketball 411 aptai Basketball Team : ' den Junior C ass. Futur : College. Hobby: -Ath- letics. f1'ea, I Football 13, Hi 'l t l ROBERT Booam' "Bob" lil Hawthorne' Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Freshman Track Meet. Hobby: Movies. .ABE BOGDANOFF "Bugs" 25 Argonne Street. Prepared at Hollenbeek Junior High, Los Angeles. Calif. Activities: As- tronomy Club 1413 "Der Deutsche Verein" 143. Hobby: Photo- graphy. HELEN HARRIET BOLTON "Co-Ed" 215 Colony Road. Entered from Jersey City. New Jersey. Activi- ties: York Square Players 13, -ll: French Club 143: Chorus 145: Glee Club 1-ll. Future: Leland Powers School of the Theatre. Hobbies: Dramatics and Swim- mmg. L .5-: 1---.gz':.'..':, 2.':.-.7 51'-5, .-:-.:-.. .. -. .. Q.:-3 . '- ' JZ J: , ,'. 1 U.: ,QQ 1 -5. . :.. -. -. ' :...f-. ' ., . - . ::::: ' E-:II-1?-I-I-IE'-'GTF' - t 'f " ' -. .i:YZ:JE1 N ' "Zi 4 Z-:::1f5"-1-f'-'-1'-'11fff.'.-H A S ' :'1'ii"ii ' A Z I I, w 1. Y 1 L ' tg.: E'-'::. 'ZF '.'. 451.-. T , .., GAETAN11 RONITO " Tony" 6 Franklin Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Track 'l'1-am 12. 3. 47: Touch Football 127: Cross Country 13. 47. Fu-- ture: Pennsylvania University. llobby: Hiking. ROBERT RoTTo1.nNi: " Iliflll H 29 llarcling Place. Preparctl at Hassett. Activities: Band 127: Orchestra 127: NVriters' Club 147. Future: Geneva College. Hobby: Reading. H:XROI.D B. Borwlck 'WBUIIH 22 King Plncc. Prepared at Trunian. Activities: Swimming: Team 11. 27: Track 11. 27: Foot- ball 11. 2, 37: Munnfrer Basket- ball 117: NVrestling 12. 47: WVater Polo 131, 47: Spanish Club 137: Varsity Football 147: Baseball 147. Future: University of Ala- bama. Hobby: Swimming. NoRm,xN HOTWINIK, Y A qi "Bm" 450 Norton Parkway. l'repa.1'ed at Troup. -Activities: Xvriters' Club 12, 37: Drmnatic Club 127: Debating Club 127: York Square Players 137: President Vvriters' Club 147: Pusiness Manager York Square Players 147: Chorus 147. Future: Yale. Hobby: Aquatics. ELVIRA Bova, 41: E A ..El,, 5110 Chapel Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Chorus 11. 2. -17: Dramatic Club 11. 27: In- ter-Sorority Council 137 Italian Club 13. 47: Spanish Club 13, 47, Future: Albertus Magnus. Hob- by: Reading. .Sf 5 " ffrrtf' lx -J wvlf GLADYS Bovn "Glad" 20 NVlnter Street. Prepared at 'i'roup. Future: Music School. Hobbies: Reading and dancing. FRANCIS J. Bovuz "Hon" 255 Putnam Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Activi- ties: Swimming 11. 2, 3, 47: VV11- ter Polo Team 12, Il. -17. Hobby: Swimming. RAYMOND BRADLEY lIRU3," 46 Atwater Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Track 'Feam 13, 47: Cross Country Team 147. Future: Electrical Engineer. Hobby: Swimming. LAURA BRA1NARn 19 Ridgewood Avenue. North Haven. Prepared at Mrs. Day's School. Activities: Gorman Club 147. ERASMO BRANCATO "Eddie" 252 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: Orchestra 11, 27: Band 11, 2, 3, 47: Chorus 117: Honors 12, 37: Chess and Check- er Club 147: Wrestling Team 147: Italian Club 147. Hobby: Ex- perimenting. . .... ...-.... ...... . ..... ..,,-5 --. ,. -- -.--.-'-:': '.':Z ::-'- .-.-:-'.:- 15' rm'-.,'.'.:-'2"N'.'-ILS' f'Q::j:"fx'-'.-::1::'f'.Z'.:.. 2':P-13353 i-:5g:g::.: . ,fgfexsgii -'JE--4 2- .. .355 I 1 .' '.1Z::,1 qg"E::ff,':EJ-.15 i.:f.?f1::,:-si . . ... . " :--3'- '-I -":.-'-'.'1't- 'Ur--': . ':-1.11-.:: -'-- I.: -- ..--1 J- I.'.1:' I --5 0 ur. 1. :L - Inf. A:'.'::-:az Z'.'.:':-.. .-:.- --..-.-. .: :.-.:-.v.. -..:.' 4 ::.--.,. 1-.'.: J-.-- - i 1 hi. 'W 5's:'.fg-1,5 " ,. gig-: " rr-gr. .:?.-1' ' 5':':. .1355-I 'gp-4. K:-.... A 5 5 IIRANK BR.xNcATo "I'mnul.v" 1252 Columbus Avenue. Pre- Illlfvll at Prince Street School. Activities: Motto Club till. Fu- ture: Scientilic Farmer. Hobby: IIISCCQOIOQX. .xNTHONY RR,xNno1,iN1 -'I?l'Ul1dj'u 120 Phi-stnut Street. l'r1-pared at Uolumhus. Activities: Band tl. 25: Italian Club Gil: Vice- l'rt-siclent Italian Club oil: Bas- ketball Team ill. Future: Cal'- neprie Institute of 'I'echnology. Hobbies: Swimming and base- ball. ,lun N Bimxnr "Johnnie" 320 Lombard Street. l"repared at Fair llayen. Future: Michi- gan State. Hobby: Skating. lflrzuzx li. Bum' Wallimxforsl Road. Cheshire. l'reparetl at llumislon Grammar School. Vheshire. Activities: Uhorus Hb. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Music and ten- ms. KIARIAN Bam: -I5 Irvington Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Swimming. L'u.xRi.r:s HRENNAN. 1' A 111 "Cilmrlir" 1631 East Rock Road. l'l't-iiared at 'l'aftS1:hool. -Activities: Swim- ming 'Foam C411 French Club HI. Future: Yale. Hobby: Swimming. limo. Riuzx x.-xx "Dulce" 102 R1-ad Street. Prepared at Hassett. Activities: Motto Club t2l: Track 'Peani til. -il: Cross Uountry Team C-il. Future: Holy Fi-oss. Hobby: Reading. JANET BRIGHAM "Jani" 36 Middle Road, Hamden. Pre- pared at Dean Academy and Mrs. Day's School. Activities: Tri-Y 4-il. Future: University of Penn- sylvania. Hobby: Having a good time. El,1,swoR'r H BROCKETT "B1'oiv" 370 High Street, East Haven. Preliared at Laurel Street School. East Haven. Activities: Base- ball Team ill: Football Team lll: Rifle Team t-il. Future: Storr's Agricultural Collegc. llohby: Football. JAMES S. BROCK!-LTT "Jimmy" 38 Emerson Street. Vreparecl at Sheridan. Future: Vaudeville Stage. Hobby: Magic. 'gqq-:ygq-zzj.-,j.-1211Q2-".',' sfgaixg. 2 ".sm:3q1:gi!5s' g n, 1 :fffiizii -'f-1f:y.- :: :g-.522-5223 52:55:23 . .N i3lf-.'i1:g-"--:Fig-:' :::- 1- :- :ESI .-, 1-I-Zi. 1 ' '::S" X . , '::. ::. mf. .-Nv:::-ax: r.'-:':-.. -:.- .-....-. :::.-.:-.s: -..:: 4 -..'. !:.--J.. -z.::..-. - l 1 b .Q ',:T::3,i I ll. -,.:25?1i t,.,.: 4:-ftp: vfghg gpg: ' 45.-5, .f:::.'. 'lil-T. s tid" " ' ' :gif-:s IQATI-IERINE S. BRODERICK "Karen Htl Sea Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus tl. 23: Y. XV. J. R. tl, 25: "Happy Days" 13. 45. 1-'uture: Business School. Hobby: '1'ea.rooms. IEI X K cl Still mntd Nt hoo it slotlit o v lnung ., A r Sh u 'Y I 9 by 15- it .- Q 9' -- at Shei' an. Future: .Stuart's Q- o ' js' - y. 1-11.- by: 2 1' . BALDNYIN BRoNsoN B. T.- nBI'UIlIl.t'.' 32 Marvel Road. Prelvnretl at Sheridan. Activities: Chorus 12. 41: Glee Club till: Tri-Y tit. ll: French Club ul, 46. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Reading. ALEX BROXYN "Pvm11ll.v" lilT George Street. lf'repared at Sheridan. Activities: Baud tit, -ll. Future: Continue School. Hobby: Music. BETTY :XNNE BROWN, T E, "Hn 11" 650 Ferry Str 'repaired at Fair Ha '1 . . vities: Motto Club t2 ' Baske ball Team C333 l-'rex -li 443. Future: St. Fra ' o of Nursing. Hob- by: cing. 33 ANNIE ELIZABETI-1 BROWN "Belly" 38 Avon Street. Preirared at Worthington Hooker. Activities: 'Pri-Y tl, 2, 3. 41: French Club till. Future: Study Art. Hobby: D ra.Wi n g. EMILY BRQWN, qu 1-1 X "Em" 475 Howard Avenue. l-'repared at Truman. Activities: Haskel- ball Team tl, 2. 45: Volleyball Team tl, 2, 31: Home Economies Club til, 3. -lb. Future: Grace Hos- pital. Hobby: Collecting Stamps, Es'rELi.E AIELYINA BRQW N "Brua'uic" 72 Gregory Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Future: Social or Secretarial Work. Hob- by: Music. HLTBERT BROWN "Fat" 52 Fourth Street. Prepared at Dixwell Avenue School, Hamden. Future: New Haven College. Hobby: Amateur Radio. JAMES E. BROWN "Jim" 7:2 NVasl1ington Avenue. Ham- den. Prepared at Centerville School, Hamden, Activities: Motto Club 11. 27: XVriters' Club t2. 33: "G1eam" Business Board 431: XVorld Affairs Club till. Fu- ture: Engineering. Hobby: Read- mg. v- . --.- :- . -.1:: ..- . - . . . - --.5--U .. .....',,. . , . ...-gc - .- 'Q- - - . 'meaW1-:lsr-if-.'-1: if-25fi2f:?? ' gulf' X as N N, . '-'1r2:'- -2 'a rv..11-5:3 12:22-5 .A ':-Lx: ::I-:1f111'f r11-'- .--in 1 X ':2. C- :L ',.!,, -,-Xg:::.::: :.'.:'r,. .-:r .-..-. -...'..'.x. und. Q --- - .zz-. Il- 1'-iq.: vr-lf. 9551 -::1.-. X.: JAMES Jos:-:PH BRowN "Bro'aw1ic"' 160 Rosette Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Touch Football Team 11, 25: Track 'Team 13, 45: Cross Country Team 13. 45: Manager of Xvrest- ling Team 13, 45. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Running. W11.LxAM G. BROXVN "Bill" 38 Sheffield Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Football Team 125: Volleyball Team 1215: Basketball Team 121: XVriters' Club 145: Spanish Club 145. Fu- ture: Boston University. Hobby: Athletics. P11 v1.1.1s BRUCE "Phil" 59 Plymouth Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 11, 2. 35: Volleyball Team 11. 25: "Happy Days" 135. Future: Bay Path Institute. Hobby: Swim- ming. FRANCIS J. BUCKLEY "Burk" 26 Lake Place. Prepared at St. Mary's Parochial School. Ac- tivities: Orchestra 11, 2. 35: Dramatic Club 115. Future: Holy Cross College. Hobby: Litera- ture. M1 RED REGINA BURLAND N "'1l1illy"' I 1:5 oncord Street, 1-Iamden. Prepar at Vifestfleld High. lifestfield. Mass. Activities: York Square Players 13. 45: "Happy Days" 135: French Club 145. Fu- ture: The lVilliams School of Expression. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. . .. I--I . S lllumst MAE BURTON "Merle" 48 Gordon Street. Prepared at lvhitneyville Grammar School. Activities: Chorus 12. 45: French Club 13, 45: Tri-Y 13. 45: 5VI'il- ers' Club 135: Foreign Affairs Club 145: Skating Club 145. Future: Larson's Secretarial School. Hobby: Tennis. BREWSTER C. BUSH "'Bnots" 114 Hemingway Avenue. Pre- pared at Union Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Motto Club 125: Hi-Y 13, 45: Swimming Team 145. Future: Commercial Art at Storrs. Hobby: Swim- ming. XVXLLIARI BUSH!-ZLL "Bush" 90 James Street, Hamden. Pre- pared at Centerville Grammar School. Activities: Swimming Team 13, 45. Future: Sheffield Scientific School. Hobby: Ten- ms. Doaorav I. BUSHNELL, B. T.- UDOIU 428 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Entered from "Gateway". Activities: Tri-Y 13, 45. Future: College. Hobby: Art. RUTH BUTTERFIELD "Roofus" 12 VVeleome Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Cho- rus 145. Future: Grace Hospital. Hobbies: Reading and cooking. 5. ...- Q Q L A 5 5 v 22'?E?'25i'3"f3'5?5'ff'-'ff 1' friiiilfz " i ---.-,--, ,,. 1 . : l... 1:-13. .13--.a I ...- .-.5 . . :--. :. --- -,- 55:. '.:. '31 . -Af: -.vfmkai v.-.95-:. ze? I-Z1-I-.':: t -.'::. 4 ' 5 li. 1 I vu.. N NIURIEL G. BUTTNER S7 Central Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Chorus 11, 23: Orches- tra 1l, 2, 43: Secretary of Or- chestra 133: VVriters' Club 123: Librarian of Glee Club 133: Vice-President of Glee Club 143: French Club 13, 43: Yiolinist ln Svlwvl 'l'l'i0 13. 43: Spanish Club 143. Future: Journalism. Hob- by: Music. KENNETH l If ' "Eur -Avenue. Prepared Sherldai. Activities: Golf 'I'eam 123: Gymnastic Team 12, 33: Vifrestling Team 13. 43: Track 133: Baseball 143. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Auto- racing. Tuoxms J. Bvaxn 53 Court Street. Prepared at Columbus. Aetivities: Manager Basketball Team 113: Assistant Manager Cross Country Team 1332 Manager Cross Country Team 143. Future: Continue School. Hobby: Algebra. ANTOINETTE Carisao "Nc'fl'ir"' 195 Forbes Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Univer- sity of Pennsylvania. Hobbies: Reading and Sivimming. HPIl.EN R. CAIN '2T3 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Dra- matic Club 123: Debating Club 123: Chorus 123: York Square Players 13. 43: Glee Club 133. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dra- matics. W .-.-: '.: ' :J-I-rn--.t'.'.:: :'.'s-.'-IM -' 'RX--I a-' - '.!.'.'--I.'--:-'-.'!-'l"-- ' ' A -uv " .:....--: .4-... ...gan -i -.1 zz .t.. - ..2'11"i ,:?f:"' Q Lv, Isamal. CAIN "1s:,v" 1694 State Street. Hamden. Prepared at Sheridan. Activi- ties: Glee Club 143: Trl-Y 143: Volleyball 143. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Outdoor sports. Jon N CAl.l3ARELl.A HGW.. 554 NVint'hester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: lVriters' Club 12. 3, 43: Italian Club 13, 43: Hi-Y 143: Cross Country and Track Teams 143. Future: Study for M. D. in Pa- lermo, Sieily. Hobby: Swim- ming. Loma C.x1.mm AN "Lnrly" TS4 George Street. Prepared at VVorthington Hooker. Acti- vities: Motto Club 11, 23: Deba- ting Club 11, 23: Honors 11, 23: French Club 13, 43: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 43. Future: Mt. Holyoke. Hobby: Tennis. NICK CAMBOSIS 335 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: As- tronomy Club 123: Chess and Checker Club 133: Gleam -Art Board 143. Future: Yale Art School. Hobby: Painting. IDGNALD IJ URA NT CAMPBELL nsoupu 93 Ardmore Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Hi-Y 12, 33: Tennis Team 123: Publicity Manager Glee Club 123: Chorus 12, 43: Glee Club 13, 43: French Club 13, 43: Gleam Editorial Board 133: Assistant Editor Gleam 143: President Hi-Y 143: Chair- man Class Gift Committee 143. Future: Yale. Hobby: Reading. X 1 'gg-gggxq-::g.g,5:gg.jg-3.1: :,',gig:3g. 25:1 ggi!ji:'2E5 :iff-'S:E5 ': -: g-- 1:1 ag.-, ig--'IS I ..",.'gfg'--' :. 7- ., .:::'. .' ' ' ' ' 5::. 'c. E: '..f.' -Ni'::f!::E -:ISS-I. bs? :-TP.: ':::.'-.:-::. 2.'::: 4 -::.-z 'za-:'::, .13,,-ggi : , ,QQ ,EVA lin ' -Si.. -:i-'IE1' ri:-1-. "'1?5f1, 4- A H s HARRv EnwARn CAPLAN ncalypyn JIS Hurlburt Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Football Team 11. 23. Future: Ohio State University. Hobbies: Swimming and Football. .-Xxraoxv CAPPII-Il.Ll3 "Cafffvir" 37 Hallock Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: French Club 143. Future: Yale. Hob- bies: Football and baseball. NICHOLAS CAPmELLo "Nil-Icy" T5 Prince Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activi- ties: Motto Club 11, 23: Honors 12. 33: French Club 143: ltalian Club 143: l-li-Y 143. Future: Yale. llobby:'1'l'avcling. PHILOMENA CARANGELO, :IJ E A "Phil" 2104 Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Chorus 123: Motto Club 123: French Club 13, -13: Tri-Y 13, -l3. Fu- ture: Albertus Magnus. Hobby: Music. .-XNGELO CARBONE "A nge" l9l'l Hallock Avenue. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Motto Club 113: Touch Football 113: Manager Basket- ball Team 113: Basketball 123: Italian Club 13. 43: Glee Club 133. Future: Carnegie Tech. Hobby: Sports. bllCllAEL CARBONE -iS Main Street. Prepared at Lovell. Future: Electrical En- gineering. Hobby: Radio. AMELIA CARDELLIN "Milly" 17 Lyon Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Chorus 11, 2, 43: Astron- omy Club 143: Aero Club 143. Future: St. 1taplntel's Hospital. 1-Iobbies: Reading and dancing. CARL ROBERT CARLSON "Kil.ron," 50 Pardee Place, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Grammar School. East Haven. Activities: Treasurer Hi-Y 113: Philatelic Society 113: York Square Play- ers 13. 43: Hi-Y 13. 43: Aero Club 133: Chorus 143. Future: Northeastern. Hobby: Swim- ming. CLARENCE CARLSON ".S':t'rdt"' Murlyn Road. Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Gram- mar School. Activities: Foot- ball 113: Cross Country Team 143: Hockey 1-13. Future: Na- val Training. Hobby: Sailing. RUTH CARi.soN 3 Cone rd Str-et epared nion lran a' ':1ool, East av n. I ies: Dramatic ub 11, 23: Tri-Y 113: Tennis . 23: Basketball 113: Debat- ing Club 113: Aero Club 113: Chorus 11, 2, 331 XVriters' Club 123: Volleyball 123. Future: Arnold College. Hobbies: Dan- cing and riding. BQ "Stewie" -3. .. EF:'::t '.:-- :r.' : ' 5-elf.. 'gags-:Q-1'-::,pg::3.jg-,'.'.j t:'?ii5:'- 1 ,233 f:TZi33'5:'ff5 755555 'T'-525-. 2: -,ug .-1-..2I-5:35 '-E355 . .s. ':':,z': 3"-gtrfif.-' 211- 5- ..-:1 :.'.1i' -'Q Ziff- I ' 39" ' .Sh 'gb :L :..:. -Ag-:gg-gg: 1'.'-tr.. .-:e '..-. .:.-'..'.x. uni. A -.. . '.'.... x1.:...-. - 1 .-.-. .xzguh x ll. --g.',.: K I J 'K .--.0 ..- 0 ..,.:, K.-1Tl'l ERINE CAIQRANO " Ix't1vv" 120 Olive Street. Prepared at Grange Street Sehool. Activi- ties: Chorus tl. 2. -lb: Debating Club 115: Italian Club 13. 41: French Club 13. -ll. Future: Cornell University. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. RICH .um FR.xNt:rs Clxaaoti. A l E "Dirk" 212 NVest ltllm Street. Pre- pared at Savred Heart. Activi- ties: "Sentinel" Editorial Board Gil: lnter-Fraternity Count-il 13. ll. Future: Fordham. Hob- by: Drainatlcs. .loam-n C.xssm.l..x. A to II Ilutl Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at 'l'l'UllliU'l. Activities: Debating Club tlj: 0rt'liest1'xL tl. 21: Honors tllz French Club t-il. Future: Yale. Hobby: Mu- sie. H.-wmv CASIHQR 42 Sheldon 'l'errat'e. Prepared at Bassett. At-tivities: Cross Country and 'Prank 'Pe-am 43, -ll. Future: University of Southern Califurnia. Hobby: Sxviniuilng. UM Y . ff Groktzs Casslnv , 331 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Rates. Hob- by: Athletics. A A Q -X. .. Smi:xs'1'mN WM. C'.xr.-xrnr "Svb" 11 Lyon Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: 'Pouch Football tl, 21: Debating Club 4113 NVrlters' Club 12. 41: Pas- ketball t2l: Cross Country and Track 13, ll: Italian Club t-11: Ili-Y t-lb. Future: Journalist. 1-lobbies: Poetry and Literature. l2vE1.vN C.-X1'AI.l.ARO 57S Howard -Avenue. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Chor- us tl, 21: Italian Club til, 41: First prize in Italian till: French Club 13, 43: Secretary Italian Club I-15: Glee Club tell. Future: Dramatic School. Hob- bies: Reading and dramatics. FMNK Louis CERRONIC Ucllllllllitg. 185 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: WVrestling Team tl. 21: Baseball Team tll: Football Team 12, 3, 43. Future: Georgia Tech. Hob- by: Coin collecting. l.lxxvRENCR CERRONE "Larry" 52 Nash Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: llramativs till: French Club t-ll. Future: Yule. Hobby: Basketball. Mama Citsmno "Blur" 42 Nvolcott Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus t2l: Glee Club 421. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobby: Basketball. -'I'-525-. Zz' 'EN l' 'Hin . GNT. ln..- '-15.4 ...-.- -.-v 1:52 ' ac: . . .. . . .. .... - .. .-,- . -. -. . -..-. - 'r, .. -,,-gg-3-51: Nbr.-':i1'P:Z-iff?fi-.'--. frfsifvr- 5:-was: 5-'T 1 :-vR- ' 1'-i': - :--1:-zzz: :-F-I-.?.f.-51. ::.-:.-:,-.-.g.- Q - - -.-L., -- -.--.-.:-.. .- 3,1 - -. , . ,. ., " :':..-.--5.3. -::: -g , ':-'gg-.' - I ,' -- .,. .1 :. z' .- 3 2 -,, .32- , x if' '.-X :':::F::: Emxfz. -:? -1...- ' ' '- -.Z :J 4 I---' . . :lu J. . 12'-: i--'- - 1 -.-- x I ll. x f. -9. SAMUEL R. CHAIN "Sammy" 188 Ashmun Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Band 423: Orchestra 42, 43: German Club 443. Future: Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Music. DOROTHY CHAMBERS 15 Irvington Street. Prepared at St. Rose's School. Activi- ties: Orchestra 41, 2. 3. 43. Fu- ture: Normal School. RUTH NIARIE CI-IATFIELD,E N E 436 Orange Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Acti- vities: Tri-Y 41, 2, 333 Chorus 41, 23: French Club 43. 432 Skating Club 443. Future: Storrs. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. NORTON C IIAUCER NA7 0 ll I up 225 Bishop Street. Prepared at XYY0l'f.llillgt0l'l Hooker. Activi- ties: Debating Club 413. M U RIEL CI I ER Norr "IlIurry" 232 Starr Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Vvriters' Club 42, 33: Dramatic Club 4233: French Club 43, 43: York Square Players 43, 43: Chorus 443: Rifle Team 443. Future: Journalism at New York University. Hob- by: Sports. A f. A .tif-' Ros!-: CH ESA Norr "Cl1rssy" -ll Rediield Street. Prepared at Truman Street School and Morris High School, New York. Activities: Dramatic Club 413: French Club 43, 43: NVorld Af- fairs Club 443. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Reading and dramatics. LOUISE Cuuzrro, qu E A "Chip" 67 Townsend -Avenue. Pre- pare t Fair Haven. Activi- ties: ield Hockev P3: Spanish cgyigfts, 43- ' y all 43, k 4 3' i-Y 43. u tu 1 Pres , t o al. Hobbies: ivmg and swim ming. Mamie CIPOLLINI, cb E A NJM-Gyn 187 Pine treet. Prepared at Fair Have Activities: York Square Play rs 4333 Treasurer York Square Players 443: Chor- us 443: Chemistry Club 443: Italian Club 443. Future: Grace Hospital. Hobbies: Dancing and dramatics. Q , A ' HONv Ctr 0, A 40 H 104 Sheri xrcnue. re- pared at XVort 'ngton Hooker. Activities: Frenc Club 443: Or- chestra. 443. Future: Yale. Hob- hy: Music. S,u.vAToIu2 CIRESI ujcoddyv 65 Fourth Street, Hamden. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activities: Touch Foot- ball 413: Assistant Manager Track Team 433: Italian Club 443: Hi-Y 443. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. A Q L 6 .v 'u '::r:s':e11::::-1122 -if-.'-if 1':':xl 1 1213.25 :WE ii . :I-153:55 gr-2: '.:,:i.u' A. ::. T :ig rzzlsda ugseq.: 5 J: Z.: , -.- ., :,i.':. -nz :. 5 -1. .I ::::.' -K. . ..' :. . . . in ,, '::. mia' -Ni-5:::::': ':.-.95-I. .-H .-111: ':: :.'-.:':v.: 2.'::: : 'z:.-1'::. if.:-:..-1 - :' 1 .-.21 T-ah ll. 5, ww., 43-'Sir 'lf-:I-at :Ii".' -1--gr. :.:-::.- '. g x-.:: n-'. xc,-3 Y v ANNA CIRILLO 2' Main Street. Prepared at Hamilton. Activities: Debating Club 123: World Affairs Club 143: "Der Deutsche Verein" 143. Future: State Normal School. Hobby: Reading. STANLEY CISKOWSKI "Wh i My" 392 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Golf 12, 43: Assistant Manager Bas- ketball Team 133: Manager Bas- ketball 143: York Square Players 13, 43: Hockey 13, 43: Dramatic Club 143. Future: Hitch-hike around the world. Hobby: Sports. ALBERT C. COHEN 41441131 5 Norton Street. PFGISSUYSH at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 11, 23: Football 123: York Square Players 13, 43: Track 'ream 13, 4m: Chemistry Club 143. Future: University of Michigan. Hobby: Sports. CARL I. Comm "Flash Miltiadcsh 516 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Honors 11, 33: French Club 13, 43: German Club 143: Chemistry Club 143. Future: Yale. Hobby: Tennis. DAvm Comm. M S. "Daz1c"' 1618 Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Debat- ing Club 123: Dramatic Club 123: 'Pouch Football 123: Writers' Club 12, 33: York Square Players 13, 43: German Club 143. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobbies: Swimming and baseball. SIDNEY COHEN, M 2 "Sid" ' G29 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 123: Baseball 123: Assistant Manager Basketball 133: Inter- Fraternity Council 13, 43: World Affairs Club 143: Chemistry Club 143. Future: University of Idaho. Hobby: Athletics. SYLVIA COHEN "Susie" 60 Legion Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 123: Spanish Club 13, 43: French Club 143: Glee Club 143. Future: Larson's Secretarial School. Hobby: Dancing. ADELE COLLETT, 11: H X 2185 WVhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Motto Club 113: Chorus 143: President Home Economics Club 143: Editorial Board of Class Book 143. Fu- ture: Study Home Economics. GERTRUDE COLLINS "Trudy" Pine ee .1 are 4 s Sc M, tixities e C Dramatic O u 1 y Da s 1 Fre h Club 133 Swim n 13 e Bay Path Hobbies: Dancing and skating. 2' 1 ,' . ' ' ., 113 15-: ' tb 11 2-, 3 : Art C .s 113: Volle b ll 2, 3, 43: S l I Q' ' y u 2' 3, z : ' - mi , 43. '- . : . MARY COLLINS "Babe" 113 Winchester Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Mary's School. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobbies: Danc- ing and swimming. ,...... . gui... ,....,.:....1 a 3 gj.f'.V".'.:":':r '.1 . -1, - I . ': .5131 -'.-.g:,.- 5. jg .. ... ... -35:31, ":I. 'z'. ':!. - ini' '.rTL'J::5::: 7 'WE-ie. EW:- gg.,- 412-N Q , .., RDIXI-IRT CDLLI N S "Boll" 49 Brookside Drive. Prepared :il VVl1itnf-yville Gl'Zl.ll'llllFll' St-lnml, Future: -Army Flying Sclmul. Hubby: Tennis, ,lm Nmria C OLTER ".l'r'nnif"' Nnrth Hra11fu1'd. C11 . pared at North Hranfu ' -1' S1-luml. Future: En Z1 ospi- tal. Hobby: D11 ll . NIARY El.12.x1xE'r1l COLw12I.l. uBcHNn ni-l Cold Spring Street. Pre- pared :lt VVOrtl1ingtun Hooker. Activities: Orrliestra U, 2, 3. 4l: Motto Club ill: Fl'6llt'll Club till: Chorus 141. Future: Smith College. Hobby: Music. Fluclimu1'K AR1'111v11 COMHER "Fred" S2 Xxrflll Street. l"re11:1red at Seymour fll'2'lllllllZll' School. Ae- Livities: lli-Y 143: .-X1-:t1'O11u111y Club HJ: XVrestling 'l'e11n1 445. l"uture: University ut' Virginia. Hobby: Swiniming. H0ll'ARD B. COMEN S08 Orange Street. Prepared at XV0l'thll'lgt0l1 Hooker, Hob- bies: Swi111i11ing' and tennis. '- N . 'f3713f'53':5?Tf523:." ,-2:11-:'.--'. ' 1 ':Z.1 :Tal 6151515- Xkil .'Xl.l-'UNSE CONTR 2249 Poplar Street. Prep:1rerl nt Fair Haven. Activities: l1r:1- inatiu Club 121: Glee Club Ui. Future: l'llllllCl'tll'llI College of PllZll'lll1lL'X. Hubby: Art. Rfxlrnfxiz.-1 COOK "IS'nlwI1i1-" liidian Hill Ruud. fll'Zlllg'P. Conn. l'l't'll1'Ll't'lll nt Orange Gl'illlll'llZll' Svlmnl, Orange, Av- tivities: 'l'ri-Y fl. 2. Si, 43: ITOIIUYS Ill. Future: College. Hobbies: Reading and walking. FiRHNn.1 COOK "Per lVrv" 152 Ramsdell Street. Prepared :it Sheridan. Activities: Chorus C412 York Square Players t-ll. Future: 'Peach dancing. Hob- by: Dancing. JOHN D. COOK nC01ll1'iP" 63 Mead Street. l"re11:1re1l Ht 'l'rOup. Activities: Life Saving Club t4l. Future: Go to :Xil- nupolis. Hobby: Aviation. i 1 KEITH COOK "Cookie" Cheshire, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Humiston Grzunxnar School, Cheshire. Activities: Chorus: fl, 2, -D: Glee Club tl, 2. 41: Hi-Y HJ: French Club 143. Future: Yale. Hobby: Tennis. .l . 'i5'?i5':i1iI-':Z-ifS?-fi-.'-I T w .',::-' U, :z 4: -Q. 2:21:1- P -:gl .,, gg, .,,-, -shui:-:z ai: I.. r Q:-s. ':r.:'Jt. ,.. 'U-f.: -.,.- - 'mx' ISENNETH Cool: "Km" 300 Laurel Street, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrisb Grammar Sc-bool, lflast Haven. Future: Study Aviation. Hobbies: Hunt- ing and lisbing. J.-xmas COONEY, A qw Q "Jim-" 1:1 VVbiting Street. Prepared at Bent-on. New York. Future: Fordhain. Hobby: Dralnnties. ,rf 0PRR .vf , Coop" 1035 Xvballey Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Basketball 425. Future: North- eastern. Hobbies: Swimming and basketball. IRHNE I.ll.l.iAN Coorme "Rune" :ll Wright -Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Study In- terior Deeoration at Pratt ln- stitute. Hobby: Dancing. Rtrrn CORDREY, I B I 919 Elin Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Volleyball 'Feani 63. ll: Swimming Team Hi. Future: Nursing. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. x I -- .- :: .- - ' :.-'-1. --'-:-'1'.'N'-11- .iw-I-.1 -1f,'.- .E . Hg :auf - .f 4-"-5.1-.'-::.--.:.-..-:-'.'-'.- - :a:'f-:.- ' .1 :'. .' . .::g'. .' 3" " -tr,--"' -55.32" , ::.-.:-:v.: 2,'g:,' 4 'sal-L'::. -m'.:':..-1 - :' 1 ..1'. ll. .-: -:VCE 1.5535 E1.Iz.uiET11 CORNFIELII "Bcrly" 96 Pine Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Honors fl, 25: NVriters' Club 423: Dra- matic Club 125: French Club 43. -lb: Greek Club HJ: Vvorld Af-- fairs Club 143: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle i-U. Future: Yale School of Nursing. Hob- bies: Sewing and reading. :X N'rHoNv X7INCENT COSENZ.-K "Cory" 3112 Goodrich Street. Prepared at Newhall Street Sebool, Hain- den. Aetivitles: Truck il. 2. -ll: Football KU: Motto Club f2l: Cross Country 433: Spanish Club Q3, -lb: VVrestling t3, -ll. Future: Scientific School. Hob- by: Landscaping. ARTHUR Invmo COUNTRYMAN A A E 11 Colony Road. Prepared at Troup. Activities: German Club 13, 41: Hi-V 441: Business Board of Class Book HJ. Future: College. Hobby: Motors. XVILLIAM COURCEY NBII!" V101 Rosette Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Aero Club 121: Track 63, -li: Cross Country HJ. Future: Ci- vil Engineering. Hobby: Swim- ming. Doms XVINNIFRED Cousms KIDO!!! 3450 Fountain Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Syracuse University. Hobby: Dancing. 'S-2'5i5':i2'ff:?lC! '-151'-if 2':':"i : ::g-. ,--, -g:2.5:::. 'g:. 1. :L '. 3. ' :Ht-:sz '2:.'!1 EUGENE F. CovLE, P A I' "Gene" 28 VVoodland Street. Prepared at New Britain High, New Britain. Activities: Football 125: Baseball 125: Spanish Club 135: Inter-Fraternity Council 13. 45: President Spanish Club 145: Chairman Class Day Com- mittee 145. Future: University of Pennsylvania. Hobby: Golf. PHYLLIS CRAVI, :IJ E A "Phil" S6 Vvilliam Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Cho- rus 115: Dramatic Club 11, 25. Future: Commercial Artist. Hobbies: Horse-back riding and traveling. CARM EN CHARLES CRISCUOLO "Cri.r" 313 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: Fordham. Hobby: Basketball. KENNETII CROCKETT, P A I' "Fi-ils"' 179 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Football 125: Spanish Club 13. 45: Tennis 145. Future: Ohio State University. Hobby: Ten- ms. RUTH Cuook 1954 Nvhitney Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Centerville Grammar School. Future: Sec- retarial School. Hobby: Bowl- ing. 22:21 I A A 4 .'I5'5:2' .N I-1 f : . . - . :::t: -:z-.-:: :N fa-1.1:-'.:-'2"w:.22i1 , .1 ' 5.-Q.: X ., ., .. -:,:,.-.....-,....:.-., .L .. -.. . -:.-tx, fl... ' I. :Z . 1 " A " '.:z:-I, bfi' .-T... x .,', gg 4 .L . 1' , x ' , A 1, ' I ll. x ' x. EVERETT R. Ckoucn NEW.. S25 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. -Activi- tles: Track Team 13. 45: For- eign Affairs Club 145. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT Cui.vER HBUII.. 274 Lenox Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Track Team 135: Dramaties 145. Hobby: Travel. XIELBOURNE CUMPSTONE KIAVIUIU 30 Hawthorne Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Motto Club 115: Vifrestling Team 125. Future: Forestry. Hob- bies: Swimming and wrestling. THOMAS CUNNINGIIAM 276 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Basketball 125: 'Pouch Football 125. Future: College. Hobby: Baseball. sbbkvxiv- W lX'IAf41l'li FRANCES CHN lfyyvft' "Madge" 106 French Avenue, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrish Gram- mar School, East Haven. Ac- tivities: Spanish Club 13, 45. Future: Normal. Hobby: Danc- ing. M W Ewa'-111:-'.-L'2:2.'.:' rr'-:SS-J. 555412 iii ?!v:3Z'3f"'-I:.:Ef2'i:5 ll - :I-Fifi! S11:??.tf:2 l'b5?3':'iFs3E5?f ...-:g - - --2' -- . - .3-,.-,. ..-3,4 -- . ..g..:--N hu:-, .... '- L3 . '.'.,.' . ..,.'...',.,- . ..':. ,-....,. -7. " :'- 1 ss: -- . -- ,- ': : ,. -z r- :.'.1- .- : -.. --r- :::. c. Ei uf." Nh::ffi': :MU-2. 'f3' '1...-::::.'-I-'fu -.'::: Q re.--.:. -thu..-. - 1 ..1- , .. 5.-an In. .,..:,.:f:- ' 15511. V :Q 1 'igvs .-:::.-. -.L C... . ,L A 5 0 1 JOSEPHINE Cvozzo ujuy., 250 James Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 3, 41. Future: St. Ra- phael's Hospital for Nursing. Hobbies: Swimming and bas- ketball. Mmmxt CUPINSKY 7-l Stevens Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: NVriters' Club 12, 31: French Club 141: Chemistry Club 141. Future: Connecticut College for XVonien. Hobbies: Chemistry and read- ing. Bari-:R1.x' CURTIS "Bm"' Lambert Road, Orange. Pre- pared at Orange Grammar School, Orange. Activities: Chorus 121: Basketball 'Pcam 131. Future: Hairdresser. Hob- by: Music. Rosa I. CUTLER, cb S, cb "RirI.'ry" 63 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 121: Dramatic Club 121: Orchestra 12. 3. 41: Hillliouse Trio 13, -l1: French Club 141. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Music. SvI.vIA HELEN CUTLI-:R nsylv 32 Hallock Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Drama- tic Club 111: French Club 13, 41: VVorld t-xlTairs Club 141. Future: Larson's Secretarial School. Hobbies: Tennis and reading. R-IARTHA D.uILuERo,1-D P "illarI1'r" 1:1 Irving Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: First prize Malley Contest 121: Trl-Y 131. Future: Pratt Institute. Hob- bies: Ice-Skating, Canoeing and Tennis. ARTHUR l1.xrrCH 475 Elm Street. Prepared at Tr . Activities: Motto Club 1 : e a ng Club 121: Glee 1 e tra '12, 3. 41: Chor 121: "Ha 3 Days" 131: NVO ' ir ll b 141: 'l'reasu- rer Nor au ' y 141: "Senti- . nel' Business Board 1-l1. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobbies: Music and golf. FRED ANTHONY D'AM,xTo "1 Vrvdd ic " 196 Greene Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Foot- ball 111: Basketball 12. 3, 41: Swimming' 12, 3, 41: Cross Coun- try and Track Teams 13, 41: Hi-Y 1-I1. Future: Yale. Hub- by: Sports. Iimvrua KATIIERYN I1.-xxrurz 112 H X "II"'iuuir" S1 Hemingway Street. Pre- pared at St. Stanislaus. Activi- ties: Motto Club 111: Honors 121: Third Prize Malley Dress- niaking Contest 131: Home Econoniics Club 141, lvutm-pg Grace Hospital. Hobby: Ice- Skating. Louis .ALBERT D'ANnRE,x KILOHU 22 Vine Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Reading. 1 .L-.:.?: 51514 5-,j.-1:32,-Q..-.Q , 5:-.5 5 53.i.3Zj ty: 1 3551-g-.:fgZ::,: S I-ff 5 :hi Il I 5.33: 55 53.23 33353 -'I-.P--, -1 -- ,.. 339' .ggf-ts :::'.-:1:. ,--,.ggfg--,- :. 1- .A :::1'. Q: -" g-- --31.3--1 :EL 'C. ZZ. '.lf. 'Nf'::S:Q': ?.'-951 '-:T --1'.1I-.'2:!-'-2'!h LT:-' : iss-' .55-'1'fL r::.:'::f1 -' " 1 Ear. , lf- 1-'Hgh l 52.11 5? 2 Eff- 55512 'I .tm 51:15 A . s S lirlz.-uu:'l'lI l1.xNn:l.s. ll. T.- -flz.-ny" 20:1 lidwards Street. T'rt-pared at l'rinm-eton, New Jersey. Ac- tivities: Honors 12112 President of Frent-h Club 1211: l'rlze in Inter-Sorority English Exalu 1211: Vive- President Prem-h Club 141: Greek Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobbies: Piano and dress-designing. JANE luA1'll1S0N.fI7 E. GIS NVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club 121: Spanish Club 1311: Secretary Spanish Club 141: French Club 1-I1: Glee Club 141: Chorus 121. I1oRo'rnx' llxvms XX "Dar" V21 1 ou Ave iue. Prepared at I1. ..ett. At- x . .lnnet M. Purdu l Cin-le 13, 41. l-'utur ' etariul work. Hob- bies: Sw: uuing and music. l1ANu-rl. lhrls "1711m1,1"' T11 White Street. Prepared at 'l'ruuuin. Activities: Debating: Club 11. 21: Football 111: NVrest- ling 'l'emn 12. Il, 41: Basketball 121: French Club 13. -11. Future: Yale. Hobby: Collector of Fine Arts. liusm l1.w1s "I?11hblv.c" 137 Butler Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Fu- ture: Virginia Union University to study law. Hobbies: Horse- back riding and swimming. Gll'liNl10I.X'N P.x'rl:11' 1 .x l,1.-x Y ENE. "ti1u1'11" :15 Rh-luuoud Ax'--uue. Pre- pared ut St. Ma1ry's :xt'llllt4llll'. -A1-tivities: Chorus 121: Vice- President French Club 1211: ln- ter-Sororlty Couneil 121. 41: l"l't'lll'll Club 141: York Square Players 141, Future: University of Toronto. UD QQ Rr:RNu'ic Dlill-IVNH "Jnl1m1ir" 241' Aslnnun Street. Ilrt-pared nt Grange Street School. Ar- tivities: Volleyball 'l'1-:ini 1111 Chorus 141. I-'nturez Normal School. Hobby: Sports. R,u.Pn M. lj!-fl.I.AC:XKlER Uglfllll-VH Stl Henry Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Sot-ver 131: 1Vrestling 131. Future: 1Vork. Hobbies: Swimming and foot- lizlll. ,losmfu lh:l.EoNr2 ..Jm1.. Fill Ann Street. l'repared :lt 'l'roup. Future: Business. Hub- by: Baseball. .-X N1'HoNv l1l2l.UCA "Token 1:13 High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Laurel Street S1-bool. East Haven. Activi- ties: Baseball 141. Future: En- gineering. Hobby: Baseball. -'QQ-: 1'-1:1j.','..':. Hg- .. :gg x ... .. S-'::t -.. s r.s --,- -.-.': :' ':s-,- 3:1 ' . '. '.'.'Jf.-.I:.-.'.':-':. . - ' ...g...- N- . .. .. 9.1, : 1 .,.:: B '-:-': N l . .3 ,1 , E 3 3. up m y RAY MUND HARo1.n iJlii.UL'lA "Ray" 275 Humphrey Street. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Chorus fl. 23: Gleo Club t13: Stamp Club Q13: Orchestra 12. 3, 43: Hi-Y CS, 43: Gleam Art Board 113. Future: Yale Art School. Hobby: Stamp collect- ing. PETER DE1. Vnccmo. JR. "'1:.-1" Gilbert Avenue. Haintlen. Pre- pared at Dunbar llraminar School, llamden. At-tlvities: Italian Club 43. 43. Future: Storrs Agrieultural College. 1-lobby: Sports. .. .0 IUEKIAR mo ,, . ICT 3 egbtree . P 1 'e t u ibus. -Act" e.. z 1 . 2 . Future: Mechanit-al lin- Kll'iL'0l'illg. Hobby: Basketball. Donuxicx DERIICHAEL --.11i.-it-y" -13 Myrtle Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activities: "Happy Days" i231 Stage Man- ager "Happy Days" 133: Frenvh Club til, 43: York Square Play- ers t-l3. Future: Art-hilem-tural Engineeriniz. Hobbies: Art. dancing and basketball. EDWIN DEMONIJ E "Eddie" S33 " Street. -pared at Fair n. ire : Drafts- m n. 1 h . "oating. ,i A . Q :Ie - EDWARD DEMQT1' S1 Shepard Street. Prepared at Bassett. Louis DEMUSIS "Lou," 77 Monroe Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball 12, 3. 43: Baseball 12, 43, Hobbies: Baseball and foot- ball. PETER DEAILYSIS "PMP" 114 3Vallace Street. Prepared at Hamilton. Hobby: Basket- ball. NORINE DEBIARDIS "Nora" 862 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Chorus C2. 43: Italian Club 12. 433 Y. XV. J. R. t23: Dramatic Club 423: Dennison Club 123: 'Fri-Y til. -l3: Rhythm Band till: Girl Reserves t3, 43: Swimming Club 133. Hobby: Tennis. HELEN DEPOT0 "Babel' 237 James Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball t2. 3. 43: Volleyball 12, 3, 43: Captain Volleyball t33: Italian Club I-13: German Club 143: World Affairs Club 013. Fu- ture: St. Rapl1ae1's Hospital. Hobby: Sports. ' -Q A n 4 W ,. , ., . .. . . .. . .,. . . 3. ... ....:...-,. g.v.v.x..., -A-,j:!"5',11... 1??::"I5-'-'fi'5?i'ff'-E-. -2?-if-3: '-11' 3 1 "'-9:35 u...q:e-':'rff-.'::i-15-:ffm--.-,' .-1 '-: :-:rl-5:1 -.:::?'-:' . s ':4'.::- :'1' i' ' .. .: '- rf.-1 - Z:-'-i- 1 -.f 3:2-' ':?. 1. :L '.nf. -hzfil-If ?.'-YSL. an --1.-v lr -.'.:.' I : -YJ. H:-S.. I '.:.-.-. - . .-.-- b H ,I ll. .wsgjijl "Win . .i?': 5' ' '. -'rl sie: -. .-1... ...A. 4-1:-: N as-r Alanis T. A. l3ERn:w1112R "Derby" G22 State Street. Prepared at St. Boniface. Activities: "Der Deutsche Verein" 12. 33: York Square Players 122, 43. Future: Columbia. Hobby: Bowling. RAYMOND DES,l.xRn1Ns "Urs" 384 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: 'Prank Team 12. 3. 43: Cross Country til, 43: NVorld AlTairs Club 143. Future: Drake University. Hob- by: Jig-Saw Puzzles. I.oUIs Dlsrrscu "L0uir"' ' 34 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared nt Troup. Activities: Football 123: Baseball 12. 3. 43: NVrestlin1: 12, 3, 43. Future: 3Vrestling. Hobby: XVrestling. EIELEN IDI-IWEY l42 Greenwood Street. I' re- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club 13. 43: Spanish Club 143. Future: Business College. Hobby: Ice-skating. ELEANOR IJEWOLF 4511 Front Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Dra- matic Club 123: l-'rent-h Club 13. 43: 3Vorld Affairs Club 143. Fu- ture: Normal School. Hobby: Swimming. Haiuo' FRANCIS D1c1:1NsoN CDE "nn-A-" 425 Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Peter's. Activities: President Motto Club 113: Hi-Y 12. 33: Baseball 12, il. 43: French Club 133: French Club Executive Committee 143: Trea- surer of Class 13. 43: Treasurer Inter-Fraternity Council 143. Future: Yale. Hobby: Baseball. Thou.-ts DICKINSON "I7ivlr" 264 Iloward Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Motto Club 113: Chorus 113: Swimming Team 113: VVriters' Club 123: French Club 13, 43: York Square Players 133: NVorld Affairs Club 143: Aero Club 143: Chemistry Club 143. Future: Holy Cross or New York Uni- versity. Hobby: Swimming. .ANNA DIDON "A mf 64 State Street. Hamden. Prepared at State Street Gram- mar School. Activities: Volley- ball Team 133. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobbies: Sewing and draw- mg. ERNEST DIETTE "1frnir"' 44 Xvinchester Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Mary's School. Ac- tivities: Hockey 11, 23: Aero Club 113: Baseball 113: Chorus 143. Future: Northeastern Uni- versity. Hobby: Golf. MARJ E E uoxn -- -is S Vakefi ,d 'eet. Hamden. Prep :X ring Glen School. Activiti , ri-Y 113: Chorus 11. 23. F ure: Nursing. Hob- bies: Swimming, dancing and boating. 1 . ..,.. .. . . - .. ..- J . ,-.-1 1.3, 5 , . I .,. ,--,--g -,- gg 3. r- ...Q -.- L :gh -.'. -, ,-,- g-'N-51: - C'-'--.-'tv'-Ur?-1-39':'. -- -::'--'.f- Q- . :-:-fs. '-:Q ' :F-E--':' A . i.: fi: ' .- -.-3.55 3 3 -.?.-.--f:.l::.-:.-:.-.-.- . '3- .... ,. - .. ..--. .,.--- ' .,-.,., -, - .. , .. f - ... 4. - ..- ,A ..-...'. "'zICr- -1 1: :':.J-527: .21r21':' . -. ':-1.21-f1:f'2::1i1'? ::1- 1- . ..-4: -- :.-.g1- ., '-I-Zi. : ' -,, I+" ' ':I. ::. '.v. -.-Xz':::-:az r.'.::-.. .-:r '-.-.-. ..--1.-.t. -..:.' 4 . 1:.--... -:.:':..-. - 1 ..2. X siizf. . "- -...-51111 1.1553 :sie '- ' ' sm- XIINCI-ENT DINNEIXN UVM.. 285 Lombard Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Touch Football Team 125: Hi-Y 1-15. Future: Connecticut School of Pharmacy. Hobby: Sports. XVILLI.-xxr IUINNEEN "l?iIl-v" S3 Mechanic Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Football 11, 25: Basketball 115. Future: Alabama College. Hobbies: Foot- ball and swimming. Doais SHIRLEY IUINNERSTEI N "l?uIms" 255 -Ann Street. l'I"ep:II'ed at Troup. Activities: Hockey Team 125: Dramatic Club 135. Fu- ture: St. Raphac-l's Hospital. Hobby: Sports. AIARY Douaarv ",llaiyiv" Il May Street. llrepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Know Your City Club 1151 Volleyball Team 115: Basketball Team 115: Spanish Club 13, 45: Ska- ting Club 145. Future: Stone's College. Hobbies: Dancing and ice-skating. ANNA Dorm, qu H X "Ann" 117 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y 145. Future: Dietician. Hoh- bies: Skating and dancing. FI.oRIeNcE ANNA DONATE! "Flo" 2179 Yvllitney Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Vvorld Af- fairs Club 145: "Der Deutsche Verein" 145. Future: State Nor- mal School. Hobby: Sewing. RAvIxIoNn DONESKX' flRt7jY'J 130 Canal Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activities: Touch Football 115: Aero Club 11. 25: Football 1252 Baseball 135: Basketball 135. Future: Holy Cross. Hobby: Hockey. Islxnomz DONNER 90 T5 r St et. repared at Troup. ctivi e A Club 12, 35: X Player 13, 45: NVorld A airs ub 145: VVri- tersi Club 145 Chor bies: Tennis an l FRANCIS E. DoNRoIa 5 Roy Street, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Basketball 11, 25: Orchestra 11. 2. 35: Football 125: Hockey 125: VVriters' Club 135: Rifle Team 13, 45: NVrestling Team 13, 45: Italian Club 135. Future: Tufts. Hobby: Skating. CLIFFORD A. DOOLITTLE "Toby" 41 Hawthorne Avenue. Ham- den. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Motto Club Leader 115: Honors 115: Spanish Club 145. Hobby: Speed. . .... . ..... tt. 'bv' -J I:,:'!:s .J -.'. -l'l-'- .., ...- A , . x DoNALn DRAFFAX ..Lvm,. 15 Frank Street. I"rt-pared at Truman. -Activities: Chorus ill. Future: Drafting. Hobby: Baseball. CHARLES DREISEN. rin B "ClmrIir" :HR Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Mutto Club 115: Speed-Skating: Team il, 21: Hockey Team fl. 12. 3. -il: Touch Football tl, 23. llubby: Sports. WAl.Tmz Dunnmn k"I'lr1.vl1" li'-l Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Swim- ming tl. 43: Football tl. 21: Pasketball tl. 2. -ll: Track l-li. Future: Alabama. Huhhius: Swimming and basketball. FRANCES Dvrmxx' "l7r'cm" I06 Alansticld Struct. Pre- pared at Orange Street. Activi- ties: French Club HJ. Hobbies: Dancing and reading. BI.-XRY Durrr ".llay" 323 Shelton Avenue. Preparefl at Bassett. Future: Nursing. Hobbies: Basketball and ska- ting. RERNADETTE Dumas "I?rruy" r 2259 my ibus Avenue r W Futug5 S taphael's Hosp ta Iiobbg Reading. Ronrkr H. DVNLAP "Hull" llili Starr Street. Prepared at liassctt. Activities: Rifle Team til. 41. Future: Carver Institute. 1-lobby: Firearms. JOHN DUNN "Dnnnic" 255 Orchard Street. Prepared at Broadway Grammar School. Norwich. -Activities: French Club C311 Honors C311 VVorld Affairs Club t-lj. Future: An- napolis. Hobby: Swimming and gulf. LILLIAN DUNN "Lil" l0.3-4 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: St. Raphael's Hospital. Hob- bies: Reading and music. LILLIAN DUPUY NLM, 42 NVl1alley Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Volley- ball Team IZJ. Future: Business College. Hobbies: Dancing and tennis. 48 St-hoo. . ass 1 . ts. Acti - parvdnrtt N trc I1-mme 'z ii ' ties:1 Vurld fairs Club Al. .. .. , - ..- . . . . . ., - ..,. 5 . . . .- '-": '.' :Z 5 Q- . , :--,g . 35' f.N".1:-'.:: :Qs-,ug iE.i.:.o:,p.1j:,f.-f:!fgfQ.-.2 :E xsfhf-:gq .M .sissy .Jig-.-..El..1,a 2.1133 ,iz--:.E?'.:.::.'..Ui.:2-F:-,::..-.tx "':P-:'- ,.1 'J :?..1.-5:-:- g:::"-:' . .x 1: '- -31211 :'1- 1- ,.-g: . jg.-.g. 1 .f 39' ':t. -I. :L - ttf. -A:z'.':-::: :.'.:'f-.. .-:e --T.-. '2:.-'-.'-1.: -.'.:- : . :.'.... 1:'.:...-. - t 1 e.-. . .- u. . -. f -it .-- .anis " .aff-' great.. , A A 5 Fifi? XVINIFREI3 IDURAND "Il"'i1r11iv" Cheshire, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Humiston Grammar School. Cheshire. Activities: Basketball 113: 'Fri-Y 11. 2, 33: Honors 113: Chorus 143. Fu- ture: Mt. Holyoke. Hobby: Reading. Clvrnrairm F. Dxvwzlz "lx't1,l"' 102 Tyler Street. East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar School. East Haven. Activi- ties: Swimming Club 13. 43. Fu- ture: St. Raphael's Hospital. Hobby: lee-skating. 1i.x1'1no'N IJWYEIQ Kl1A3"' 31 Rowe Street. Prepared at St. Mary's Academy. Activities: French Club 143. Future: Col- umbia. Hobby: Dancing. EvE1.rN I3vCKn.xx "Ez-iv" 107 Tlxoruton Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Y. VV. J. R. 11. 23: Secretary Y. VV. J. R. 123: High Jumping 123: French Club 133: Basketball 133: Tri-Y 13. 43: Vvorld Affairs Club 143. Future: Journalist. Hobbies: Sports and drawing. M Am' DYER WV Y to 'Kllaria' 123 Pendleton Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. -Activities: Basketball Team 12, 33. JOHN F. l3z1.u-o 36 Walnut Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: German Club 143. Future: VVes- leyan. Hobby: Baseball. CASIMER DZJ UBINSKI "CabI1y"' 305 Xvallace Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Future: Study Art. Hobby: Art. Giznruunn F. EARLEY G.-1-f" 292 Norton Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Cheer Leader 13. 43: York Square Players 13, 43. Future: College. Hobby: WVinter Sports. JANET EBERTH, A A Hjtlll-nlllIf1'uJflj'N 142 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Volley- ball Team tl. 2, 433 Dramatic Club 11. 23: Y. VV. J. R. tl, 232 York Square Players 13. 43: ln- ter-Sororlty Representative 133: Hockey Team 13, 43: Tri-Y 13, 43: "Happy Days" 133. Futiure: Yale School of Music. Hobby: Skating. HARVEY EDLIN, Y A cb "Hur':f" 33 Edgewood Aven e. ' 'e- pared at Tru p. Activiti ': M 'l : ram 123 s 11, 2, "3: Yort Squ re Players 3, 3:. First Prize Cre 1 3 ' ' n est 133: "Sen ' it " oa 1 133: Spo s ' - "Sentinel" 143: VVrit ub 143: German Club 143: Manager Basketball Team 143. Future: Yale. Hob- by: Sports. X I -'-'-:Zgx 21 '.: su 13:':Z:.'- -E'::':-5 -. -E-1-'-151-"--:2':'-.-' 31- 1- ,. .1 :- :.':i- , -'-I-Zi. : .f lo" ' ': I. '-I. '::. ',.F.. 'A.h::3:x: 2.29:-.. 1-H -.'j.2.. 2: :.'.:'tv.. -JJ. 4 ' -..' . 2:51. . I -:':..- R.-Gi It . -' , ,551-'I Fifi-I A cr.-. ' Eff-9 s 0 .Eff-, I 'I CARL Emi AN 'Nw M' HAR ' . E STI-IIN "Pirklvs" 456 Xvoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Lovell. Activities: Motto Club KD: Honors Cl, 2, Ri: Hi-Y 135: French Club 13, 41. Future: Yale. Hobbies: Breeding pigeons and painting. T1xioTnvEoAN "Tim" 50 Miller Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Gnoaoiz J. lEili.r:it'1' "l?uI1" Pleasant Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Fair Haven. Fu- ture: Naval Academy. Hobbies: Football and hockey. Y Q X Iizvmo W. luicnsxnaleii, YAIIF N "Htl ic' SG Y k Stree . ' pared at 'Frou e ' ' vs: iters' Club 12. - ee eader 13. 45: Ge Cl t C431 Chemistry CI1 " entinel" Editorial Roar J. Inter-fraternity council 1.. . Hobby: Tennis. I gl, C FRED 312 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: German Club 147. Hobby: Sports. 157 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus 12. 31: Glee Club 12. 35. Future: Tufts. Hobbies: Horseback riding and swim- ming. Lois ELLEN ERICKSON :flippin lT Anderson Street. Prepared at Nvorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Chorus 11. 23: Debating Club 115: VVriters' Club 123: French Club 133: Glee Club 135: Honors 12. 31: Nvorld Affairs Club 143: Tri-Y 141. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Swim- ming and tennis. Slant A ESKIN ".S'alIAr" 244 XVhalley Avenue, Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club 147. Future: Cos- tume designing at Pratt Insti- tute. Hobby: Swimming. RALPH .-XN1'HoNv ESPOSITO "Sonny" 697 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Connecticut College of Pha.rmacy. Hobby: Aquatic Shorts. AARON ESTRA "A fry" G2 Truman Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Dramatic Club tl, 231 Chorus Gil NVriters' Club 125: Assistant Manager Track Team 1339 Cross Country and Track Teams 143: "Der Deutsche Yereinu 147. Future: Boston University or M. I. T. Hobbies: Swimming and danc- ing. - .... . ... ,--... . .--.. .. ... .... ..... xt. -.Sz-: "'15.'. ...G :,.,. - N f :' a .T 'I I ,'.v' N' u g -, 1, a 1. X 1 :.:,i:' jg.: 2 QQLN y Hit: .Q 1 s s. s at 5 ... .-. -. ..,,.,,., -,.1-.A -.. .3 -- -.. ., 1 . , '.1.-g-.. '-., '- 'fp ... 52,151 1--'fc l!,.L'I ---Ig, .. .n . '.'.': . ' ' -.1-' 1 a -. .': .. I.. N. J K. iulsf. -,hi hz..-.1 X :xx : .:j...- f l 1 ll. 1 lq '- Q A A H . K' AGM "Hash" -I0 Pla t Street. P pared at Sheridan. ActivitLe.: VVrestling Squad 13, 7: German Club 137. Future: Col ge. Hobbies: Foot- ball and swimming. XVILLIAM H. EVANS "Hill" 126 Spring Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Hi-Y 137: "Sentinel" 13, 47: French Club 13, 47: 1Vrlters' Club 13, 47: Corresponding Secretary Hi-Y 147. Future: Yale Sheff. Hobby: Outdoor sports. H ORA CE FA stow "Sam HU". 116 Park Avenue. Hamden. Prepared at Troup. Future: R- C-A Radio School, New York. Hobby: Radio. STUART FARNHAM, ja. "IJ11.vfy" 1218 1Vlialley Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Study draftsmaushlp. Hobbies: Me- chanical drawing and rchitec- ture. L, fdfw BERNARD E. FARRI-ILL, JR. "Bert" 96 Ridgewood Avenue. North Ha.ven. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Hamden. Activities: Motto Club 11. 27: Tennis 11, 2. 3. 47: Baseball 127. Hobby: Ten- nis. 1051-:Pu FAZEKAS "lor" 368 Fort Hale Road. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Motto Club 127: Football 127: Baseball Team 12. 37: Hockey Team 12. 37. Hobby: Baseball. PETER FAZZONE skPl',l"' 96 Johnson Avenue. Cheshire. Prepared at Humiston Grammar School. Cheshire. Activities: Dramatic Club 117: Aero Club 11, 47: York Square Players 13, 47. Future: Aviation. Hobbies: Avi- ation and dramatics. l,7Av1n FEIIOWITZ "Fed" 152 Minor Strcet. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Track Team 11. 2, 3: 472 Orchestra, 11. 2. 37: Football Squad 117: Gloe Club 117: Wrestling Squad 13, 47: Cross Country 13. 47. Future: M. I. T. Hobby: Sports. Romarrr Fl-LINMARK "VCl1z1ltmwoga" IS Harding Place. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Spanish Club Club 13, 47: NVorld Affairs Club 147. Future: North Carolina. State University. Hobby: Sports. AIARVIN FEIR "llIm't"' 36 Anita Street. Activities: Debating Club 117: Track 11, 27: Orchestra 127: Football Team 127: XVrlters' Club 127: 1Vrestling Team 13, 47: German Club 147: Chemistry Club 147. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. 53 'Preadwell Street, Hamdeu. .1 s, f'1?i5'1-I'1"f'rf-'Sff'1f'.'-'-' f:':"liS?- '-5:2211 " ' fag- -.-- A ..'nsQ .a:Qs ' L:rr- :z -7: . .N ,- .5-gg, ...N .5-...-. :I g.. Q.. ... - .1-. A....-.x. -.-.... .-..- - ..-.- 4 . ' ' r I.. ' X 555: -..-.4 ..- 1':'-:5 "- H 0 HENR3' FERGUSON "l"4'l'glf1"' 71 Gorham Avenue. llamden. Prepared at Helen Street School, Hamden. Activities: Spanish Club 43, 43. Future: University ot' North Carolina. Hobby: Dancing. Calm:-:1..x ITERMRA, qw E A ".llnlly" 4:3 Vernon Street. Prepared at St. John's School. Activities: Dramatic Club 413: Debating Club 413: Chorus 41. 23: Motto Club 423: French Club 443: Chemistry Club 443. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobbies: Read- ing and music. ,l0llN Fuztn I' ,X 111 "Jack" 119 llfestwood Road. Prepared at Ansonia. High School, Anso- nia. Activities: Motto Club 423: Business Board 42, 331 Hi- Y 42. 3. 43. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. 4 RIER NCH ".lakc" R vwell Avenue. Prepared 1 ssett. Activities: Baseball 'eani 42. 3. 43. Future: Univer- sity of Marine. Hobby: Music. x7Al.l-INTINO Fmos "I 'u1" 15 Frank Street. Prepared at Truinan. Activities: Orchestra 413. Hobby: Stamp collecting. .QT MARGARI-:T FITZGERALD "1i1'iggbv" Prepared at Putnam Avenue School. Hamden. Activities: Motto Club 413: Nlfriters' Club 42. 3. 43: Debating Club 423: York Square Players 43, 43: Der Deutsche Verein 443. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Swim- ming and hiking. Rouunr W. FL.-Xlili "Bob" 774 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Hi-Y 43. 43. WILLIAM FLEMING. G3 E, "Bill" 591 XVinchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Basketball 42. 3, 43: Soccer 42. 33: 'Track 42, 43: Baseball 43, 433 "Happy Days" 43, 43. Hobby: Singing. KENNETH FLINT "Kenny" 380 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Dram- atic Club 423: French Club 443. Future: St. Charles' College. Hobbies: Swimming and violin. Riu M. Froiuo "Smiles" 785 Hill Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Chorus 41. 23: Italian Club 43, 43: York Square Players 43. 43: Aero Club 443. ' gulf' ' '- :':. 1.-5: N -:.:.'-5 , . ':4',1:-I1-'-- 5- ...g g. :,-:I .- g .. I+" ur. '.:. Si '.-I. Arima ma-5-.. -:F :::.'-.:-:t. -.'::: 4 f:.-.::. -Q.:-:..-1 - -' 1 .1. . il- -...Lili . -K:-:img ligigftv: tl-In :::.-'.' ...sth - - ' :Eat-2 DONALD FLOYD "D0n"' 432 Nvoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activities: Science Club ill: Aero Club 129: Spanish Club 13, 43: Hi-Y 43. 45. Future: Stanford. Hob- bies: Swimming and skating. ANASTASIA C. Fvi.N N 41 n 1 A C SSEQ Atwater Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Aero Club HJ: Chorus QU. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. G1-:RALDINE FLYNN s-Jvrrbvn S3 Ivy Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: French Club 43, -ll: Janet M. Purdue lteadlng Circle 131. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming. Emrn For-:Tscn "Sunny" Bradley Highlands. Wood- bridge. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School. Hamdeu. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club tl, 25: Chorus 12, -il: York Square Players 13, 43: Glee Club Q-U: World Affairs Club C-il: Der Deutsche Vereln t-ll. Future: Natureopathy. Hobby: Hiking. Ronnm' FORD "Beans" 79 Glenrock Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at VVest Haven High School. Activities: Secretary Radio Club K-D. Future: North- eastern. Hobby: Radio, M Am:l.A1NE Ruin FORSMAN 307 St. Ronan Street. Pre- pared at W'orthlngton Hooker. Activities: Chorus CID: French Club Q-D. Future: North Park College. Hobby: Music. Calm I N E Foima nlgiftyu 17 XVebb Street. Hamden. Pre- pared at State Street School. Activities: 'Frat-lc 431: Spanish Club 147. Future: Navy. Hoh- hy: Sports. RAYMOND FOSCHINI nRayn 166 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Track 'Peam f2l. Future: Annapolis. CHARLES RAYMOND FOWLER P A I' "Clan-Iiv" 22 Highland Street. Prepared at VVorthlngton Hooker. Activi- ties: Motto Club QU: Track Team 119: Chorus 443. Future: Yale. Tu rzououls Fowtmz 1.7-ed., 145 Portsea Street. Prepared at W'est Haven High School. Activities: Swimming Team 641. Future: Electrical Engineering. Hobby: Camping. xl 3 Q A 5 A W 'f:g:y:.::iy,g.g::::q-5.1: rr'-"gigs ' 'Q-5:?::':i:1tiIjr':'2f? E ull, :I-153:55 r:..l 3 .: . .. ' 51.115 :arf-If .:31-:Q-. ,--, ,mcg-.la g, I. ., .:::' h. ,-.j.j:, Q ' 1' ' ' '12-Z--' ig. '.'. :L -,.r.' -Lv:-img: FEI:-E-2. :-S :-Z-.z:- :: :.-.:-:t. 2.'::. L -::.-z '::51'::. 22.:'S..-1 . -- 1 .sz V H f 5-2-..-. I" ..I:?31::i " t-:km . .IH ' .G:.:-. :::: .' -' .- tg", f.2'.' Z.' 315, it 3:: PETER Fox "17o.t'.vy" H6 Chapel Street. Prepared at St. Rose's School. Activities: Baseball Q3, 45. Future: North- western. Hobby: Song writing. C. Kmu.n.x. FRANCIS "Kim" SSI 'Prumbull Street. Prepared ut North Andover, Massachu- setts. Hobby: Flying. R L pared Uh Glee DDB' ll-1, q Q X .LJ Si lm- mlng 'l enm -4 Football C431 and Q-il F 1 e Col ege. Hobby: Swlnnning. R - 'r 7 AN' C 1, ., ' x. v. I 1 I I. 1 . at . 'F 'V' x i les' torus 5 : 4. . v 35: il V 2. - 'fa . ' B ' . Qu ' : l cl ELK Xiifffllilisiif SU' a,L'7 LC "Lanny" 59 Hobart Street. Prepared at Sheridan. -Activities: Orchestra f2J: French Club Gil: Tri-Y HJ: Chorus ill: York Square Play- ers t-lj: French Club 1-ll. Hob- by: Reading. RAYMOND L. FREED nlaayu 132 Concord Street. Prepared at Nathan Hale School. Activi- ties: Spanish Club Q3, 47: I-Il-Y K3. -ll, Future: College. Hob- bies: Golf and yachting. Ftorn P. Farsi: "Flat" 559 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart. Activi- ties: Football tl, 21: Basketball ll, 23: Hi-Y 149. Future: Phar- macist. Hobby: Hunting. SAl.x'.vroRE C. Fmsa. A Q H "Sal" 194 Hai 'lton Stre Prepared at Hamil in. Acti ies: Chem- istry CZ F ure: College. l-Io . G f a t reading. M.uu'1N FROMER, cb B ,A N358 Chapel Street. xreparew ji . c"" : lfleClub K' ' :L K2, 3, 43: Cross country Team 135: Assistant Man. er Track Q li Ch us 441: Ch i ' lub 141: f", ua rack Q-ij. Future: ale. Hobby: Music. ARLINE Favs, 69 P fspatuy S4 Dodge Avenue, East Haven. Activities: Glee Club CU: Tri-Y HJ: Girl Reserves Q-ll: Swim- ming 'l'enm Hl: Basketball Team I-il. Future: Connecticut College. Hobby: Swimming. ELIZABETH FULTON "BcHy" S0 Ralston Avenue, Vlfhitney- ville. Prepared at Putnam Av- enue School. Hamden. Activi- ties: Chorus HJ: Tri-Y C-il: Swimming Team K-il. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobbies: Read- ing and swimming, 'L'i'7ff5'Ig5::!:"::FE'.'-1: - :': H13 - s - .'.s, .-.qu . 0 . , . .- - -. . - gun, --1:27. gg .C :-.-,:j.:::., .QI-Q.: ,n .:,:.'.: .2 b 'f 1 N ' x' "' 1 ' I . x '4 s ' 5- ll. 1 L 1:5 .:-4 ...-.- ,.- . I, .lv .W H.. M ICHAEI. PET!-:R FI'Rt'0l.0 'Hilirka'y" S Vvoolsey Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Conn- ecticut -Agricultural College. Hobby: Basketball. FRED FURGALACK "'17l'1'ddy " 1:18 James Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Bates. Hobby: Mechanics. PATRICK Fusco nlgatn 73 Hallock Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Baseball 11, -D: Football ill: Basketball ll. 2, 47: Volleyball QU: XVrest- ling 423: Track 121. Future: Engineering. Hobby: Sports. Rnux GALEHAN 107 Foster Street. Prepared at VVorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Glee Club tli: Dramatic Club til: Debating Club MJ: Aero Club 121: French Club L-U. Future: Fannie Smith's Kinder- garten School. Hobby: Sports. LEONA G.-KLIN nLl'I.'n 555 Whalley.Avenue. Prepared at YVorthlngton Hooker. Activi- ties: Debating Club Q1. 21: Dra- matic Club tl, 21: Secretary Aero Club 421: Xvriters' Club 62. 3. -lj: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, -U: Spanish Club 13, -D: York Square Players 43, -U: German Club 13, -U. Future: New York University. Hobby: Commercial Art. , s fh ::.: I- PHT. 1117: 1 ,::.13:f5"-ff'-Ir-1-zig-.-.-'. . X 1.53. 5. X 'J ' I-Vi: JOHN GAl.l.1oAN 37 Houston Street. Prepared at VVorthington Hooker. Activi- tics: Hockey Team UD. RALPH GAlNlH.'XRDEl.I..-K "Gam" li Oregon Avenue. Prepared at Church Street School. Acti- vities: Glee Club VD: Xvrestling 13. -D. Future: Connecticut Ag- ricultural School. Hobby: Ml- ning Engineering. JOHN Gnjsm' ,, . 1" .. 4 vood Robes P ' at idaq. Actlv ti ' nc ing BPH- Y 43. 4 Ftlt 6 School. Ho hy: Horses ELEANOR GANDELM.-KN NEIU 393 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: De- bating Club 123: Dramatic Club C212 French Club 133: Spanish Club 43, -li. Future: Larson's School. Hobby: Collecting Pho- tographs. 5? -- f-If ,SLH1 Louis GANneL1u.aN, A P 2 "Lou" 38 West Prospect Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Orchestra 429: Band 12, 3, -IJ: Nvrestling 12. 3, 41: 'Sentinel" Business Board HJ. Future: Carnegie Tech. Hobbies: Foot- ball and wrestling. 1'..0,x-I 'fi-:i5':G1'f5':1-1442 -'fa'-if - :':"iiH?: "'-15:2 .'1 'Q :':..1.-5:75 V -gr. -1.5: Ile.. -at-:::-:x: i fa- " '-Es. ?3':':v '1:-1 ...-, ..-. 'E:.':' 'l'uoxms C1mRl.i-is GANLEY " Tommie" 13 Cassius Street. Prepared at St. Peter's. Activities: Motto Club ill: Future: Duke Univer- sity. Hobbies: Baseball and hockey. AIITFIIEL lYli.l.IAiu Guzman Y ' 'JIU "nf -if' S53 E ex mod Avenue. Pre- pared z Sh 'idan. Activities: Cheer J der " : lVriters' Club , 1 " e inel" lflditorlal L Cl rench Club til: Ta u 1 Lieer Leaders t-ll: Choi s C , Chemistry Club Q-ll. Futu : 'ale. Hobby: Jour- ualism. VINCENT GARDNER fKStag!P 1:12 Newhall Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Motto Club Cl, 23: French Club Hb. Future: Stone's Business School. Hobbies: Basketball and track. ANDREW' GARGANO "Gary" ltill Alden Avenue. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Football 421: Track C-ll. Future: Yale. Hobby: Basketball. A f l Ml-is . R rv . ufc 1 reet Prepared asketball C255 Baseball 43. J, olf Q-U: Track Team 00: 'Tennis C-D. Future: Yale. Hob- by: Hunting. I l X . ,.. - : - - . 1 ties: Football 4 n .. A u. 0 -23 . s , ...,:,-,g.-:-3:--,z:, :.::g::..-.::.-.,-:C -',. .:':..-1- I' 1 1: --1: -:-' 2 - -. "-".-'.'H2'Ix'- ::::: ' N '-1 .ggfE5::5i:"f'-' l -2 ' 1 , .N --i-.... Zghgjf- :brit .::,3.:1.:E:-:.. X Q:-L. 4 it-:E I - ,-,.. . - .A lr. .'q-::.- Hitlumzr R. Gmzror "Ile:-Ii" 534 State Street. Prepared ai Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Football Cl, 21: German Club 437. Future: Alabama. Hobbies: Swimming and basket- ball. H:XRRIET GESLER "Grssic" 47 Perkins Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Glee Club 135: "Happy Days" 139: Chorus I-ll. Future: College. Hobby: Music. XVu.I.IAM GESNER "Billy" 528 W'oodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Basketball QU: Chess and Checker Club 425. Future: Northeastern. Hobbies: Golf and swimming. Aucausrus C. Gum.uuuNr "Gus" 157 Chapel Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 13, -U: Chorus Q-D3 Swimming C-ll. Future: Connec- ticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Swimming. JOSEPH GIANFORTE r-'Dacia 357 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Motto Club 121: WVrlters' Club 425. Fu- ture: Brown. Hobby: Sports. V4 Q. Q , ff-me...3w.-..-:s3:r--.:- r-we-5. 1555.5 tif' '-seurzw-11:.2ii:'F? :I-153:35 ' 2"'.' .122-1'-f" -'zur-:.: '1 'E:'i:'f"-- .1-::f..- " . .':g' ' 11" "-I-1--'I '7?:'. "fi 'Pi - 'fiff Izvsiassi 'USES-2. 1-F? E-Tit? -:':.'-imc. 13:1 : 2751 'z:1-fag, 1.,-5,15 : ,-- 1 ,Qu-, P ' I -M.. gi? : ' .ffl-11 54:1-. --.139 i.. .- 1 :ftif-' ... .- . .- o "':.':' STANLEY J. GIEPARDA "Stan" S5 Market Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: Track Team 12. 3. 43: Italian Club 143. Future: New York University. Hobbies: Tennis, football. baseball. RAYMOND CHARLES GILLI-IN ,,Ray.. 34 Duane Road, Hamden. Pre- pared at Church Street School. Hzunden. Future: College. Hob- by: Sports. FRANCIS J. GILLETTE 141 Chatham Street. re- pared at Fair Haven 1 We M ARGARET G1Ll.ET'l'E 141 Chatham Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Ger- man Club 13, 43: Greek Club 143: VVriters' Club 1-13: XVorld Affairs Club 143. Future: College. RAYMOND GINET uSki'll7I3'U 321 Lexington Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Basketball 113: Soccer 113. Future: Southern California. Hobby: Hunting. 095K NORMAN H. GINTER,-E X P UDIIIFIIH 74 Pond Street. Prepared at Bassett. Future: Pratt Insti- tute. Hobby: Skating. LUCY GIORDANO 164 Porter Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 133: Aero Club 143: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 1-13. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Tennis. XV ILLIAM GIORDINO "Bill" 9 Olive Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Motto Club 11. 23: Track 11. 23: Bas- ketball 1l3: Band 12, 43: Italian Club 133: Dramatic Club 133: Treasurer Italian Club 143: Or- chestra 143. Future: New York University or University of Ala.- bama. Hobbies: Basketball and swimming. A NTHONY A. GIOX'INALE "G irrzfi 190 Hallock Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Hi-Y 11. 23: Glee Club 113: Band 113: Baseball 123: Hockey 12, 33: Italian Club 13, 43: Soccer 133: Track 133: Vvrestling 133: Span- ish Club 143: Chess and Checker C11-lb 143. Future: New York University. Hobby: Football. SAMUEL GLAZER "Sam" 3 22 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pa d at Troup. Activities: H noriig 33: Chemistry Club 145 WVO tqffairs Club 143: Gleam Busine" rd 143. Fu- ture: Yale.-.? Dancing and reading. 'f-'Q'11"Q11'!e'n':!:::n'.? . -'.'-.135-J. 35.5.5 12-I 5 1 fgt'-112'-Wfif -'FF 3 2 QF: , .g.g:3:: g :ng-7.3 gg.: 3.3.3 vgggsgzqfg -.L-:gif 2 --1, -- Z '- 25-,f . .- '.-., , ' .11 .g: 5-11' - J.:-, 2.1. 5- '... . ' -.-:j.- at Q.-31:3--, ':-.-jg.Q-- g..--, ' ---,- .-r .-g .1 1- :r.,,g4.--is I--: . .-. ':':.1:3-zz.-32221 :r -- ' ,.- -1 :, :.-.gg .-, : T , 'ug-' ' f ':.. -.- z.. .1-. ukx...-:x: -..::z. .-:J .-..-.-. ..--'--'-v-- -..:. 4 .::.... -z.::-.-I - ' z ss. .r . ::.-.- r'3!l:i: 9: li- . .,.::5.1.' .,: J.-13? I 'I-:IL -st: ' F173 .13 'I -. '-.ina 1-if ' - - - lov GODDARD, B. T.- I B I Cheshire. Prepared at Humls- ton Grannnar School, Cheshire. Activities: Motto Club 411: Y. W. J. R. 411: President Y. VV. J. R. 421: Basketball 41, 2, 3, 41: Vol- leyball 411: Tri-Y 431: President Tri-Y 441: "Sentinel" Business Board 43, 41: Chorus 441: Class Book Business Board 441. Fu- ture: Goucher College. Hobbies: Baskeball and dancing. EDXYARD M. GOGLIA, A 49 l'I "Eddie" 14 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 43, 41: Italian Club 43. 41: NVrit- ers' Club 441: Secretary Inter- Fraternlty Council 441. Future: Carnegie Tech. Hobby: Boxing, RALPH Gooua "4fogf1"' 14 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 4212 Basketball 421: Assistant Stage Manager "Happy Days" 431: Track 441. Future: Continue Ed- ucation. Hobby: Golf. SIDNEY GOLD 187 Scranton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Vvorld Af- fairs Club 441. Future: New York University. Hobby: Ice Skating. BEATRICE GOLDBERG HBH:-1 156 Cedar Hill Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 42, 41: Debating Club 421: French Club 43, 41: York Square Players 43, 41: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 431: President J. M. P. R. C. 441. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Reading and traveling. I-15 Uoins Gotnuiektz "Dorsey" i 104 Asylum Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 411: Orchestra 42, 31: Debating Club 421: German Club 43, 41: Chorus 441: Basketball 441. Future: School of Commercial Art and Designing. Hobbies: Music and dress designing, KIILTON Gotmsnao, A P E . "Milf" S 9'eemvood Street. Pre- .red a Bxssett. Activities: Mott C f 421: WV er Club HT i 8.5 tb 42,3 1: tba :-- 2' : - ket ll 21 Vo ey : "Sen- tin " . ' tur l1i0 State U versit, Ho - - . S u 'ts and dancing. EVRLYN LIYRNA GOLDEN NET., 1325 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Debating Club 421: Writers' Club 42, 3. 41: Dramatic Club 421: French Club 43, 41: York Square Players 43, 41: VVorld Affairs Club 441: Chorus 441: Astronomy Club 441. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Dancing and reading. H.'XRRIET R. GOLDMAN, 11 E H "S111iIf'.v" 105 Glen Road. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 421: York Square Players 431: French Club 441. Future: Attend American -Academy of Dramatic Arts. Hobbies: Dancing and dramatics. LILLIAN GOLDMAN t:Redv1 374 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Writers' Club 421: Debating Club 421: German Club 43, 41: Greek Club 441: Chorus 441. Future: Vassar College. Hobby: Basketball. Q5 5 . . sl. Ii fff'15':61fIf:'-1413-':-1I- f:':11iH?- 55-ifli ' '-Ff?5Eft72:-35?2'if 515355 F23-75:33 .'I-fin. .,"-' .1 .-. ":'.1TZ-I 233:15 , ZESZTT- I2-'gif'--' -"C :. U1 -, -11:1 . .'.'.': '- "', Q" "'1-1"'i :Pi 'Qi - 2.15. -2N'i6:3S:': 'iH':'5-I. 1-:'9 I-1'.'-1-'.':: r-"-vii: f.': :.' 4 '. 'z :I-1'::. 123:22 Ei -' " : .221 1 I , r 5: . ' . f:'.' X 'Lit-: 1i3:': - Fw 1N1c1Us GOLIA ulyinu 316 St. John Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Foot- ball 121: Motto Club 121: Track 12, 3, 41: Cross Country 13, 41. Future: New York University. Hobby: Baseball. Lewis GoRI.1cK frldpqvu 43 Fayette Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 12. 3, 41: Glee Club 121: Chorus 121: Director "Happy Days" Or- chestra 131. Future: Tufts Col- lege. Hobby: Music. NED GDTTLIEB "Clark Gable" 21 Gorham Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Worthington Hook- er. Activities: Debating Club 111: Basketball 121: Band 13, 41: Le Cercle Francais 141: Chorus 141. Future: Yale. Hobbies: Playing saxaphone and cartoon- ing. JOYCE GOTTSEGEN, H E H 1495 Boulevard. Prepared at Commercial High School, Brook- lyn, New York. Activities: Drama-tic Club 121: French Club 141. Future: Connecticut Col- lege for Women. Hobby: Swim- ming. EDWARD Goum, JR. nlgorkyn 194 Spring Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Foot- ball 13, 41. Future: Exeter Prep. Hobbies: VVinter sports and music. B.-xRn.AxRA JEAN COULD, 19 P "Barb" 651 Prospect Road. East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union Gram- mar School, East Haven. Ac- tivities: Motto Club 121: Swim- ming Club 131: French Club 141. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Horseback riding and art. HELEN GRAEF "Gra11y" ' 416 Blake Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Chorus 141: Swimming 1-11: Basketball 141. Future: Dress Designer. Hobbies: Dancing and swim- ming. ARTHUR DONALD GRANUCCI "Gramzy" 267 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Strong School. Activities: Motto Club 11, 21: Track 111: Basketball 111: Orchestra 11. 41: Glee Club 12, 31: Band 121: Italian Club 13, 41: Dramatic Club 131: Treasurer Glee Club 1417 High School Band 141. Future: Notre Dame. Hobby: playing saxaphone. I-oU1si-2 GR.-WA A "Ln lf' 192 Frank Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 121: French Club 141: Italian Club 141. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Reading. Louis A. GREEN "Avremilee" . 'i h ' eet. epared at p. u e: e t Point. Hobl,m5': A LL 71.2 Troup. -Activities: German Club ' ""Eri- :E . :4 gg:-.:i:'i1:Q :2iI.?5:f .,.-N ':g1.1:'2 'I-53132:-' I11'.:.' . 1: :f.:-'.:E- ,-21315-2 ' . Is" ' t ... t. .-. - .ln e ...J-... ....... -.r - .,..- ... .. .x. -.... . . ...-.,. .:..,-. - , ,,., , W It ...gr ' --nas, A 5 . xx Y -2 ABRAHAM GREENBERG, da B Q .. .. APU' DANA GRIFFIN. A Ax S, 506 Elm Street. Prepared at ,,RHfui,, A 13, 45: Chess and Checker Club 145. Hobbies: Dancing and sports. HAROl.D GREENBERG "Cl1irk" 78 Stevens Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chemis- try Club 145. Future: Alabama Vniversity. Hobby: Basketball. Rosie Evsrrl-2 GREENRERG "Rn.fir"' 16 Arthur Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 11. 25: Xvriters' Club 125: Spanish Club 13, 45. Future: Pratt In- stitute. Hobbies: Interior Dec- oration. reading and swimming. I.EoN GRsENm..x1"r 141-you 57 NVhite Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 115: Manager Baseball 125: As- sistant Manager Foothall Team 125: Astronomy Cub 145. Fu- ture: Massachusetts Tech. Hob- by: Track. XVILLLAM VV. GREEN USE "WiIlie'i 544 Elm Street. Pre red at Troup. Activities: o ub 125: Band 145: G n n lub 145. Future: arv r gin er- lng Schoolkobbe' x imn Ing. .1 m 47 Marvel Road. Prepared at XV1-'SIEPII Military Academy. Louis GRILLO 158 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at St, John's School. Hobby: Xvrestling. RUTH Gmswoto, 65 P "Balm" 759 Xvoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. -Activi- ties: Spanish Club 145. Future: Connecticut Agricultural Col- lege. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. GEoRrzE KI.-XRVIN GURIN Hf:l'l'0li" 10 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: C-lee Club 12, 35: Orchestra 12, 35: Baml 12, 3. 45: Chess and Checker Club 125: Chorus 12, 35. Fu- ture: Texas University. Hob- bies: Fishing and rowing. RICHARD STEVENS Gvrr A 2 K ll HGMPII 25 Ralston Avenue, Whitney- ville. Prepared at Whitneyville Grammar School. Activities: Baseball 11, 3, 45: Hockey 125: Treasurer Hi-Y 125: Hi-Y 13, 451 German Club 145. 'Future: College. Hobby: Photography. v5Qee'::11rQk:f:i-If-.'-15 '-'-:IN .'.- I1 -,': -:-5.2.-j:Qw. '-f:. '-S. :L f.lf.' -.-X:v::-::: r IW: . .1-.im -ESF:- -r-.1. if:'.p JENNIE GUSACHIK "Bobby" -40 Spruce Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Tennis and dancing. XV I l.l.l AM H AC li r:'r'r S5 Mechanic Street. Prepared at Lovell. Future: Electrical Engineering. Hobby: Skating. NIONIA HADI-:LMAN uf11HOIl1 " 63 Admiral Street. Prepared at. Bassett. Activities: Uramatie Club 121: Chorus 12. 41: Honors 12. 31: York Square Players 13. -11: Swimming Team 13, 41: Janet M. Purdue Reading Cir- cle 131: Vice-President J. M. P. R. C. 141. Future: Columbia. Hobbies: Swimming, tennis, and drrunaties. XYALTER Hmascim. 19 2 "Walt" 24 Violet Street. 1Vhitney- ville. Prepared at Putnam Av- enue Sehool. Hamden. Activi- ties: Football 11, 2, 3. 41: Hoc- key 'Peain 11. 2. 3. 41: Baseball Team 11. 21: Speed Skating 11. 21. Future: Exeter. Hobby: Sports. f 1 I ABETH A. HALL city" 0 Ridge Avenue. Spring t I flen. Prey I at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Tri-Y 141. Future: Physiother- apy. Hobby: Outdoor life. . .I-1.5 . .. . . .. --.--: :: : - - vw-.1:r: .':.'-sc. 1 -.-:rf -E .1 - fi- - .- " :.-:--:.--::.-J.-:-'.-.-,. - .--Q,-g -' -:--.- '.. g,--:'. - - ' Q- - --.-' .-.. --- .s- .. .. .. M ... .. ..,.,. ,., -. .. .--,g, -- . . ..., ..: . -A' ":.' ' 't' ' "" In s':w'l' 'Ur. u":' F-'q"u I 1-"U ' Y! 'n' .'s1:'.. ffl u'n,u 5. .- 4u'u be 'ul n. 1 he . n.u.. I Soni- ' I :Ju It 1 IST' ' A ,r. X. AIARY HOTCHKISS HALI., A A 171 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Freneh Club 13, 412 Tri-Y 13. 41. Fu- ture: Kindergarten School. Hob- by: Swimming. RANDOLPH V. L. HALL "Ran" 376 Yale Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Band 111: H1-Y 11, 2. 31: Spanish Club 12, 31: Track 131: German Club 141: Fencing Team 141. Tnonms HALL S58 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: VVork with firearms. Hobby: Gun collecting. BEATRICE RHQDA HALPERT fb E. dv "Bode" 132 Davenport Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 111: Basketball Team 111: Vifriters' Club 121: York Square Players 13. 41. Fu- ture: University of Penn. Hoh- hy: Swimming. CLOTILDA H.ABIILTON 41D0tu 15 Xvinter Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 141. Hobby: Dancing. .fii::5o:11t:q:.':fff.:q,.-:1- , t-:'-Zigi -.1-E 2 35:21 x . fffg i'3:fQP.ff:Ef::ES3'::QF'g:'l.Ef-ff ,-3..:-.. .N -- ,1 N '.-'qv -33:94 -.1-.-. 53 ,- n- ..,. - ,'..,--' .v .U ...-.U-X .1-.5 .': .7: . n . :.-519.3-5 '.3..,-Q: . .w. ':'.,1Z- . .5 - ' , ,.- 51 , :.'g 1' .3 11.11. Z .53- , :.. 1. ... .n-. -Az...-.x: ....:.. .-:Q .-....- 1 -Ng, 4 I-.. . :-... Iz.:..,-, . 1 : 9, 1 ll. 1'l' I .Z -'I -:HL . ,gr : - TQEET1. 1'-575' Q- . . :Qt-If' JEANNETTE HABIILTON "Pal" 2853 Pine Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Helen Street School. Activities: Tennis Team 113: Chorus 143: Basketball 133. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hubby: lee Ska- ting. 3VILI.IIxxI HANKIN "Hank" 21 Dwight Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Fu- ture: New York University. Hobby: Football. Roumzr HfkNOX'ER, A cp Q "Bob" H4 Plymouth Street. Pre- pared at St. l'eter's. Activities: Honors 113: Secretary Motto Club 113: Baseball Team 113: German Club 13. 43. Hobby: Sailing. BERTA HARIJ1-:R 54 Alenier Street. Hamden. Transferred from Commercial. Future: Storrs College. Hobby: Oil Painting. .LXLPIIA XIAE H:KRDlN'ICK HAI-- ll Canner Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Dramatic Club 113: French Club 143. Fu- ture: New Rochelle Hospital. Hobby: Sports. VIRGINIA M. HARKIN 269 NVest Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Y. VV. J. R. 123: French Club 13, 43: Tri-Y 13, 43. Future: College. JOHN HARMON "lark" 266 Chapel Street. Prepared nt Fair Haven. Activities: Vol- leyball Team 123: Baseball Team 133: Basketball Team 133. Future: Holy Cross. Hobbies: Reading. sports, and stamps. .ANDRENY HIARRIS "Andy" T63 George Street. Prepared at Trnup. SADIE LOFISE HARRIS, I' 9 P ".'lIick1'y" 763 George Street. l"repared at Troup. Activities: Basketball 'l'ea.m 12. 33. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. SYLVIA L. HARRIS 36 Autumn Street. Prepared at Vlforthington Hooker. Activi- ties: York Square Players 13, 43: French Club 13, 43: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 133. Fu- ture: Normal School. Hobbies: Music and sports. Y :s:ef':w:-::ffc2::1: ' X l Qui!! .:-:fxzsf : .,::.f,:.gaf:g::z-nsofssr "'-2?r- 21 :v..21-1:32 53:3--' .t "-:-'-55 2- .3 -. -251' '- 'T Z" ":1C"'1 , -5. 't'. ::. ma' -Ax-:::f:x': '-if x 1.24: 4 5:3-1'::. - ':':.5: -' " 1 ..2'. f gr, Ill. .iggf "'l-Hg. . 131' A . H 5 5 Sani- JANE HEDGES. B. T.- DONALD xx' H-I-I-AMS HASTIE 40 Humlston Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen Gram- mar School. Activities: Girl Re- serves 11. 25: Basketball tl, 2. 3, 45: Trl-Y t3, 45: Hockey 435: French Club 5. Hobby: Swim- mingg Cheshire, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Humiston Grammar School, Cheshire. Activities: Track C253 French Club C-15. Fu- ture: Archeology. we ,lonN GEORGE Hao JOYCE M. HASTINGS. Q0 P 'ffrtw-' 15S Ocean View Street. Pre- pared at Nathan Hale School. -Activities: Girl Reserves tl, 2i: Motto Club til: Y. XV. J. R. tl. 25: Glee Club 145. Future: Larson's. Hobbies: Skating and dancing. lsss state street. Prepared at State Street Grammar School. Activities: 'Frank tl. 9, 3. 435 Basketball Team tl, 23: Cross Country Team 13, 45: XVrest- ling Team t-li: Baseball Team HJ: Hi-Y 145. Future: Connec- ticut Pharmacy College. Hob- by: Skating. GEURGH R- HMV!-EY. P A 1' AIARIE G. HIQGEWALU "G'a'm'yiv" "IIcgyir"' IS Ingram Street. I-lamden. Prepared at lX'l1itneyvllIe Gram- mar School. Activities: Deba- ting Club tl. 25. Football tl. 25: Track tl, 25: Spanish Club til, -LJ: Gleam Business Board Gi. 45. Future: Yale. I-lobby: Teu- nis. f Err , Gig! ' wx E L 32" Peck Road. Bethany. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Hi- Y 13. 45. Future: College. Hob- by: Cilltlllllll' sDol'tS. DAN IEI. Hr:A1.v. JR. "Dau" 635 Canner Street. Prepared at NVorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Orchestra tl. 2. 35: Phila- telic Society tl, 35: Baud tl, 2. 3. 411 Hi-Y 13, 45: Glenn: Art Board 13. 453 Chemistry Club HJ. Future: Chemical Engi- neering at Yale Sheff. Hobby: Chemistry. 61 Millis Street, Hamden. Pre- pared at Church Stl e School Harnden. ' . tl. mt. Club tli 3 n tl 211 ' l - . ll f Z . ' eai , 2. 3. -U: Volley I Team tl, 2. 35: Future: Storrs. Hobbies: Dan- cing and swimming. GLAnvs BARBARA Hama "Glad" 51 Perkins Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Inte- rior Decoration. Hobby: Sports. Sv1,v1A BARBARA HEITMAN "SU" 145 Congress Avenue. 'Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: Chorus tl. 2, 45: Glee Club 135: French Club 13. 45. Future: Columbia. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. 'ii'?15':61if-911-'E-'Q-.'-1' r:'9ei2J:2- '-If ' war'-1"1:i.2i:':'f5 i i i - :I-:f:f:'5 f iFif2:?.f5:1 ,-g.':-.. . -.' '1 '-.--.-,- --1-4.-a " -x--.--:".. 1.3-' - ,- .. '-'..-' - .'...'-".-.- . --'--',--'..-t "'. - .'1' " I 3 T- -'-'I-'I' 'Q-I --': , .N 'i'1,12'.1' - '.- . -'.' Z. ' ' ' .s -' '- !.'.' " .'. ' ' .'.'. I - . :5 r ':I. -.. 11. f.--. -Arn:-za: ..-.:':'.. .-H .-..-.-. II!-"-1'-M -.i:.' : !::. :I. ':'.:':..-L - I' z 5..-A " . :mfs '35'?s 'lain A Yi'-'-' " ' if-1'-If fl x X X i vii Ak ' EDNA Hi-:1.'rKr: ' "Eddiv" 190 View Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 1-ll: Swimming Team 145. Fu- ture: Grace Hospital. Hobby: Dancing. BARBARA Hmuox "l?uI1hiv" 1758 Dixxvell Avenue. Hnmden. Prepared at Church Street School, Haniden. Future: Art School. Hobby: Drawing. SELMA Rurn HERL:XNDS, ll E H "STI" 1251 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club lil. 47. Future: Connecticut Col- lege for XVomen. Hobby: Horse- back riding. CHESTER IDEAS Hizxvirr, JR. "Chet" 60 Harmon Street. Hamden. I'rt-pared at Spring Glen Grain- mar School. Activities: Track Team 11, 2. 3. 41. Fu-ture: Yale. Hobby: Radio work. I.lLLI.-KN HPIX1'ITT "LiII" 676 1Vashington Avenue. Pre- pared at St. l'cter's School. Ac- tivities: Chorus 123: Skating Club 141. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Ice-skating and swim- ming. JOHN Hlrxrv rrjnfk n 395 Nexvhall Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Football Team 12. 3. -il: Baseball 12l: Motto Club 121: Spanish Club 145. Future: Illinois. Hobby: Athletics. EIDWARD fill.I.MAN. A P E "lid" 200 Goffe Terrace. Prepared at Troup. Activities: VS'restling. Future: M. I. T. Hobby: Bas- kvtballi. FRANK W. I-into "Rus" S0 Woolsey Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: New York University. Hobby: Sports. ,Innes ilixcntnfr S4 Linden Street. Prepared at Xvorthingtun Hooker. Acti- vities: Tennis 1I. 2. ill: Swim- ming 11. 2, 3. il: Glee Club 11. Ill: "Happy Days" 123: Aero Club 135: Captain Tennis Team 145. Future: Yale. Hobby: Reading. Ronskr H1NEs "Larcnso,' - 43 Putnam Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Stamp Club 123: Aero Club 125: Band 12, Ill. Future: Forestry. Hobby: Bowling. .- X 5 M' -" I" 1 "' ' 'I'-'1 1':"f' "9 T ' . "n '.":': 'I' tt 3233! -'n 5"-2' LW' T-W"-I '-'Q'-' T' '3'.7:a' .'1'E'.".c-"f':1'l3?I -f!'?- -19' '- '7fr- ".-T - 3: - - ' -3.-E--: Q-"3 --r:.- - g... ' ., .3 ,-.-..,.- -33.-, -1- -..-- .I .. ..::-..- . -- - f .-.- . .. . . Q., - -- , 1 2. -1g.'--2- 1-1. . -N .:- - - . - . .- . ..-1: :- :.-: 1- .- 1 - .- 5 'g:. -.- :L le.. -A :':. .-::: :..:':'I. -rr -1.-. 2:..'.!'. s. -.H :- 4 I-.. . 5:.'. 3. . 1'.'.:'J..- . - r z si. x .252 1. II' '.- "'f-5-fz. . if 'CFI-P :Sing :EP E... . IIWING HIPsCIIxIAN 264 Sheffield Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Football 127. Future: Pharmacy or Dentistry College. Hobbies: Baseball and swimming. ADELII A FIELD HODGKIN s "PolIymma." 201 Lexington Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activities: Aero Club 127: French Club 13. 45: York Square Players 13, 43: Foreign Affairs Club 141. Fu- ture: Teaching. Hobby: Danc- ing. Orro Hou-ENER 310 Bassett Street. Prepared at the Zion Lutheran School. ROBERT C. Hoian, 31111 '-'law 22 Parmelec Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 12. 3, ll: Assistant Manager Football 133: Manager Football 145. Future: M. 1. T. Hobbies: Aviation and boating. HELEN HoErIxI,xN 52 Truman Street. Prepared at the Zion Lutheran Parochial School. Activities: Chorus 11. 2. 43: Der Deutsche Yr-rein 143. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Tennis. XIARIE E. HOFFMAN "D ll17I11'.YJU 230 Kimberly Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Peters School. Ac- tivities: Volleyball Team 11. 27: Hiking Club 115: "Happy Days" 13, -U. Future: Dietician. Hob- bies: Swimming and dancing. NANCY HOCQAIQTI1, B. T.- "Nan" Spring Street, Cheshire. Pre- pared at Humiston Grammar School, Cheshire. Activities: Tri-Y 11, 2. 33: Basketball 11, 2, 3. 43: Volleyball 113: Motto Club 11. 25: "Sentinel" Business Board 135: Treasurer Tri-Y 141: Exchange Manager "Sentinel" Business Board 145. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Bas- ketball and tennis. GEORGIA HOLABIIKD, cb 2 njon 36 Red Rock Terrace. Ham- den. Prepared at Churcli Street olewball cam 125 Club 135, Class 13, . e: Continue at a iinishlng school. Hobby: Swimming. S o l, Eagiden. Q Qctivlties: M , l 11 2. 41: ' .' - : ee ' 7 e P si n RUSSELL HOL.ABIRD "Ruin" North Branford. Connecticut. Prepared at North Branford Grammar School. Future: Study Engineering. Hobbies: Football and hockey. LILLIAN ANN HOLLORAN MLN!!! 968 State Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Debating Club 115: Chorus 121: French Club 13. 43: Volleyball 143: Janet M. Purdue Reading Cir- cle 1-D: Basketball 143. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Ska- ting and swimming. Le, -ge:1--:gsm-.':.'5.':.-.1 :'-'NIH-3. 153.55 '.1-:1 '.sAz5:1- N fwfr I -:-:Gigi-' ,Q-32:2-2:252-AEE'-'iigbfii-I -:-252.1 .ZS 'fgsrgg fqigff 15:11:32 ' 5' Z, Z:':g-' .' -Zi.i?':"-'-"'-i':-.--T.-. -iz. '.'. .L -..:f sv:-5:2512 '5.'f:i:-2, 1.-: --1-.:::: . 2114- 4 -::.-1 ..:-avr. af..-::ef -' r' . Q3 .. hh .fizfil .fffi-I A " ' :fvfz 27' i ESTHER T. HOLBIAN If ll Es EMILY HOYE 238 Fairmont Avenue. Pre- U U pared at Fair Haven. Activl- Em ties: Motto Club 127: York Square Players 13, 47: French Club 13. 47: "Happy Days" 13, 47: Rifle Team 147. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Canoe- ing. DONALD H s'roN x, "Dim 139 Lamberton S . 'Pre- pared at St. Peter's . ctivities: Baseball Team 117: Dramatic Club 127: French Club 147. Fu- ture: Journalism. Hobby: Base- ball. CHARLES HORN "Hi, Bun " 400 Nvhltney Av ie P pared a ew 3 vitles: D n ub 1 , Hon- ors 37, slness oard of Glean 13' : A f omv Club x. ti- u mg W Aff Club 247. Eu- ture: Yale. obby: Astrophy sics. JEAN ELIZABETH HOTCHKISS 27 Belmont Street, Humdcn. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School. Activities: Chorus 11. 2, 47: Tri-Y 13, 47: French Club 147: Foreign Affairs Club 147: Nvritcrs' Club 147: Swimming Club 147: Skating Club 147: York Square Players 147. Fu- ture: Pratt Institute to study Biology. Hobby: Bugs. RAYMOND R. HowE, A S, K ..Ray., 322 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan Activities: Hi-Y 12, 3. 47. Future: Yale rt School. 305 Vilallace Street. Prepared at St. Boniface. Activities: Basketball 127: French Club 137. Future: Normal School. JAMES F. HovE ".'l!r." 110 Canner Street, Prepared at WVorthington Hooker. Acti- vities: Debating Club 11, 27. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Swim- ming. FRANK HROhiADKO "Cl1ecko" 11 Oregon Avenue. Prepared at Church Street Grammar School, Hamden. Activities: Ili- Y 127: Cross Country and Track Team 13, 47: Chorus 147. Fu- ture: Vifushington State Univer- sity. Hobby: Sports. PETER J. HRX'lIARROlX', E X P "Perry" 40 Bright Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Golf Team 13, 47: I-li-Y 147, Future: University of Richmond. Hob- by: Golf. CHARLES F. HUGHES 109 Cedar Hill Avenue. Fre- pared at Lovell. Activities: Touch Football 11. 27: Aero Club 11. 27. Future: Brown. Hubby: Sports. .f . :i-g:5'g5::g.-,-..-:.'5.':-'.:' :','-anis:-J. '-if ' '-5:2215 tiiiihif . 5-253:55 5?-2:E:?.f5:?335Ei3':1Tfs3f5'Q ... ., -1.. -- . - ..,.-5, ... .-4... -- .g. .z... .. LN: . -..- ,- .. .... - .-..,'-- . V -- - .--..- ' -' . " :L-.1-.'-. '- -.::: -- . ':-'51-. - - . . I - - - Q.. .1 '- 1' .- 2 -gb ':?:. '-:. gl '.lf.'T -.-x .v::f:S': :.'.:'S-2. :-:T 2:-"-2'-h '.'::. : ::.-.:.. 1:'.: - . 1 It .,... ' -gt-EQ, .Q::.-. 'ng RUTH HULL SSS Ridge Road. Hamden. En- tered from Mrs. Day's School in junior year. Activities: Gleani Art Board 43, 45: York Square Players 445: Chorus 445. Fu- ture: University of XVisconsin. Hobby Drawing. ELNORA HULTI-:EN "Nora" 113 Summit Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball Team Captain 425: Yol- leyball Team Captain 425: Yol- leyball Team 43, 45: York Square Players 43. 45: Hockey Team 445: Basketball Team 445. Future: Arnold College. Hobby: Athletics. DAX'ID Huxoukroun updz n . 2' Mar Iwo, Pre- p ed a Chufc 5 treet Gram- 1a.rS o lHa1 en. Activities: Hi- 41, , Swimming Team .., 3, 45. Future: Storrs. Hob- bies: Swimming and football. JAMES Ht'x1HAN.E X P njllllllllfn 219 Dwight Street. Prepared at St. John's School. Activities: Co-Manager Baseball Team 425: Assistant Manager Football Team 425. Future: Aeronautic School. Hobbies: Driving and and skating. Au..-xx W. HUNTING nr ,flu 55 Stanley Street. Prepared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Hi-Y 41. 2, 3. 455 Band 41. 2. 45. Future: Agri- cultural School. Hobby: Handi- crafts. A L o 5, FRED Lawns Hmm 26 Augur Street. amden. Prepared at VVhitne x 1 ra 1 mar School. Acti ' - President Aero b 41, 25: Football 425: Hi-Y 43, 45: Fenc- ing Team 43. 45: Radio Club 435: "Der Deutsche Verein" 445. Future: Vtforcester Tech. Hob- by: Amateur Radio. W ALTER HLTRLBLTRT 39 XVolcott Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Hobby: Saving coins. 4Because of an error, Mary Hussey's biography is to be found in the addenda.5 ew.:-f DAVID HX'.NTT 35 Broad Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Band 42. 35. Future: College. Hobbies: Music and sports. Gr-:once HX'ATT. Q CID "Sfarfm'v" 18 Arthur Street. Prepared at Truman, Activities: Baseball Team 41. 25: Football 425: Span- ish Club 43. 45: Vvrestling Team 43. 45: NVorld Affairs Club 445. Future: University of Southern California. Hobby: Vvrestling. Jon N HYLAND "Johnny" 50 Cold Spring Street. Pre- pared at St. Boniface School.. Activities: Hi-Y 43, 45: French Club 445: Chorus 445: Track Team 445. Future: Providence College. Hobby: Swimming. 'f:':15':::'-foguzqiqtj ffeaiig. 5s.5:.1i ' 3sia:31'1?:i2ii:'15 Si . :I-1529: if 53Y:E?.23:2sQ-Ei31-33535575 -o:, :nn . -I '. I.. -z.: :::.u5 n,nu.sq,',, z-::,-- '-,', ' . suv H .',,.'l' .N'-we nn-uu.3x "'- ' .' 1' 'J , ,-. -' Ti,-'-'If'-': p'I . -N 'J'1.1Z'-12: " ' .- . 5 :.,' 'f ..- :Z 5 .3511 -'X ,' .'-1- 1 .: -15 P 22. 1- Z.. .mx Ax!!!-IX: -.'-::'.. -'H '-.-.-. ..!.'..'.'.: -.QL : -.. . .-Jn.. lbs!-.'. - 1 ,,., . . .. '--1 , I til r:..?'. t ' . r't1-'1 .:i':f1' - 1:12. 5:32 ' 35553, 42-1.5 0- 5 0 .3535 HfNZEl. HYMAN ..HUy,, G93 Orange Street. Prepared at XVorthington Hooker. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Basket- ball. JAN NA DoLoRi-:s IANNUCCI "Ruggiv" 607 Cha-pel Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: French Club 13. 43: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 143: Basketball 143: 'Volleyball 143. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobbies: Dan- cing and skating. LAMEER1' P. IRONS, A E K 147 Armory Street. Prepared at Huntington. VV. Va. Activi- ties: Band 11. 2, 3. 43: Orchestra 12. 33: Motto Cluh 123: President Dramatic Club 123: Tennis Team 123: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 33: Harvard Book Club Prize 133: York Square Players 13. 43: Gleam Editorial Board 133: "Sentinel" Editor- in-Chief 143: Chorus 143: Presi- dent ot' Class 143. Future: Yale. Hobby: Journalism. F1.oRENcE ISENBERG 65 Arch Street. Prepared at 'l'ruma.n. Activities: Debating Club 11. 23: Dramatic Cub 113: 1Vriters' Club 123: Der Deutsche Yerein 13. 43: TVorld Affairs Club 143: Chorus 143. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Read- ing nnd dancing. RIILTON Isicorr "Mit-k" 522 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: XVriters' Club 12, 43: York Square Players 13. 43: German Club 143: Chemistry Club 143. Future: College. Hob- bies: Music and tennis. ELI-IANOR MAE IVES NEI., 55 Clifford Street, VVhitney- ville. Prepared at Putnam Av- enue Gra.mmar School. Activi- ties: Motto Club 123: President Girls' Glee Club 133. Future: College. Hobbies: Swimming and ice skating. GEORGE JACKISH 333 Augur Street. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Ac- tivities: Aero Club 123. Hobby: Lancraft Drum Corp. CHARLES G. JACKOWSKI "Jai-le" 33 Lock Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Baseball 11, 23: Hockey 113: Hi-Y 12, 3. 43. Future: Brown University. Hobby: Sports. HELEN JACKSON 'f "fav 'ian range 'e 1 ge. ,re- rd! a ge Grammar s oi: ivities: Valley all 11, mg Elf nch Club 143. u- tur: Mt. Vernon Hospital. Hobbies: XS vimming and read- ing. CHARLES JACOBS "Hank" 2454 Xvhitney Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Yalesville Grammar School, Nvallingford. Future: Parks Air School. Hob- by: Football. , , ,, , .. .. . .. .. ,:-, -,-3 33: I ax:-3.gg:.::-3-:QViv?-Hia Q','21g':v-1!f:rQf?:-.E-.--I -:':"-:iii-f: ,-gigs.: Ig:'i2::2 .: 1' Q: 23:5-5:5--.:fx-1:-5:f:'.-,-..', -2 'Q .--:.-:-.-,-:-:- -..:: . t -:--.1.'f I , ..-1: f,:..-1:- - . -:- :::. 'C. ::. '.tf. Arn:-za: :.'.:':-I. .-rf 'L-.-.::..-..-.s. -3... . . :...... . - . . rf., lu. .aw . .:.-fp .-1-ir: L :iii . 55555. -ET' K 2 5 S A - 5 X, i 1 Q, V l. ,L ,,6r.f1f L' EDWARD A. Jacobs "I?da'iv" Sherman Avenue, Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Gram- mar School. Activities: Motto Club U5: Chorus 445: French Club 145. Future: Agriculture. Hobby: Hiking. JULIUS JACOBS, M E "JuIiv" 131 YVest Park Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Philatelic Clulvx 125: Dramatic Club 125: rn ul C3, 45. F ture: Y obby amp c cting. 7-. NIILTON Jacous, A11 ' N "Mm" :xx .x x 421 Fountain S . re- pared at Sheri a . 1 t re: College. Hobby: 0 ing. ORRIN Lxcons "Jake" 235 Russell Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Mot- to Club 125. Future: Michigan State University. Hobby: Swim- ming. PI.-XROLD R. ,l.xt'oBs0N "fal-v" 28 Concord Street. Hamden. Prepared at Church Street Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Motto Club 11, 25: Glee Club 115: Chorus Cl, 2. 45: President Glee Club 425: Aero Club 125: Football 13, 45. .Fu- ture: XVashington State Univer- sity. Hobbies: Forestry, music, and sports. Pnvtms ,IANSWICK "PhyI" 663 Vifinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club Q15: Hockey Team 115: Chorus 145. Future: Business School. Hobbies: Mu- sic, dancing, and tennis. EUGENE JARM IE "Crue" 339 Foxon Road, East Haven. Prepared at Highland Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Harmony and Glee Club 135. Future: St. Thomas Seminary. Hobbies: Harmony and freehand drawing. JOSEPHINE XIICTORIA JARVIS "Fina"' 42 Gregory Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activl-ties: Basketball Team 125. Future: Temple. Hobbies: 'Pennls and dancing. NIARGARETIIA JENTE ujlargn 452 Dixwell Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: French Club C452 Rifle Team Q-15. Fu- ture: Normal School and then College. LILLIAN JOHNSON ULN!! 306 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Future: Dietetics School. Hobby: Music. v W 'gqgswerfaz-:2e2f!15'.j 115 1 35535 3:H25r',:ff5?f I '-'-:Ig'. .'.- 11 ': :'-,151-lift -git"--' 'gf 1'-. -".-:!':":1 :"- 2- " , .1 5. 3,3-I3 ,- '-.-lf. 1 ' - 2" 3.5" '::. '::. '.-f.' -N:-:::f::: ml!-2. '-:? --?.-Z- :::.-.1-I-N -.'::.' 4 ::.-.::. -:'.:':..-1 - " 1 ..1. in ll. X--5335: -I ':,1'ii- l.:52:::. N n 5 H Q 5 :gs-.5 BI.-XRGARET ELIZABETH JOHNSON rfpvggyn '73 Treadwell Street. Prepared at Nilhitneyville G r at m m a r School. Activities: Dramatic Club 113: Chorus 11, 2, 43: Philatelic Society 123: Trl-Y 13, 43: Greek Club 143: Le Cercle Francais 143. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis. LIATILDA JOHNSON 441 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Social 'Work Hobby: Ice Skating. ROBERT JOHNSON "Bob" 326 Shelton Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Football Team 123: Baseball Team 123: Swimming Team 13. 43: Golf 143. Future: Southern California. Hobby: Sports. RUTH JOHNSON X "Johnnie" V lv Xvaterbury Road, VVOOd ldge. Prepared at Sheridan. tivl- ties: Trl-Y 133. Future: Orrs College. Hobby: Swii nn . N CHARLES EDWIN JOHNSTONR A E K "Eddie" 265 'Willow Street. Prepared at Wortliington Hooker. Activi- tles: Captain Tennis Team 123: Swimming Team 133: Hi-Y 1331 Treasurer Hi-Y 143: French Club 143. Future: Springfield College. HELEN JONES, A A "Jmn'.ry" 4536 Xvhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at South Orange Junior High. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: "Gle-am" Editorial Board 133: French Club 133: Chorus 143. Future: Mt. Holy- oke. Hobby: Camping. RUTH JON!-:S 70 Belmont Street. Hnmden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Volleyball 11, 23: Chorus 12, 43: 'Fri-Y 13. 43: Swimming Club 13, 43: Skating Club 143: French Club 143. Future: Study Physi- cal Training. Hobbies: Golf and swimming. Lois JORDAN, 19 P NLL-'il 271 Augur Street, Hamden. Prepared at Hampden, Maine. Activities: Basketball 11, 23: Chorus 113: Y. WV. J. R. 113: "Der Deutsche Verein" 143: President Glee Club 143: Har- mony Club 143. Future: Lar- son's. Hobby: Basketball. RITA KATHERINE Jovciz KME I BI 10 Moulton Street. Prepared at Clinton Avenue School. Ac- tivities: Chorus 123: French Club 133: Glee Club 133: "Sen- tinel" Editorial Board 13, 43: XVriters' Club 143. Future: Nor- mal School. Hobby: Sports. VV ALTER KACERGIS lfwaltli 263 West Hazel Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. -Activities: Track Team 13, 43: Spanish Club 13, 43: World Affairs Club 143. Future: University of Ala- bama. Hobby: Camping, B'-1':15':i2'.'f:?l1-'E-'E-.'-'-I -was-e. '- .Z " ::'..-.-3:-, , ::I. 'C. :L Ziff 'A:'!:v::: X 11'-'WPS as-, "iff: a-31.5 FRANCES KAIIAN "Fran" 91 Hurlburt Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 11, 43: Dramatic Club 123: French Club 12. 43: Glee Club 133. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. EDWARD Klux, Q 2 "Baron-Von." -151 Huntington Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Baseball 113: Football 11, 3, 43: Swimming Team 11, 43: Track Team 11. 43: Tennis Team 143. Future: Dartmouth. Hobby: Sports. CATIIERINE KAIsER "KfHyU 250 Putnam Avenue, Vvhltney- ville. Prepared at Putnam Ave- nue School, Hamden. Future: Storrs .Agricultural College. Hobby: Animals. CIIRNTINE IQANE "Chris" 1318 State Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 123: Volleyball Team 123: Glee Club 13. 43: French Club 133: 'l'ri-Y 1432 Basketball Team 143. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. Mlrnunn KATIIERINR 'CANE "1lIiIIir" 387 Thompson Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar School, East Haven. Activi-ties: Debating Club 113: Dramatic Club 123: Swimming Team 13, 43: "Sentinel" Busi- ness Board 13, -13. Future: En- ter a finishing school. Hobby: Fishing. --. ' '. - - -" "2 ' ' If I ' ." .'.'! 'Q 2520-N "..'-'-1-' :TFT-' TCW: 51: x :NE-1'5':::4'-'.-Ni.: -' '-5-55 aa'-::r-':'::I-':,:f---?:':i-'.', ..,:f-..f f-- .- -. frrz' . 1 ' :fv- S.-JQE-2. 'SP J-1'.'.: ":::.'-.z-rv.. 1.'::.' : '!T.'1 '::.-1':I. -z'.:':..-: - " . 2'. h H In. ....s:1:1 sis:-1:51 ggi?-:. A A s -ti SAMUEL KANTROX3'ITZ "Kantic"' 40 Truman Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Baseball Team 123: Spanish Club 143. Future: Cornell University. Hobby: Football. Louis J. KAPLAN 120 Button Street. 'Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball 123: Football 123. Wn.Lr.aM Kssowrrz "Bill" 19 Daggett Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Orchestra 11, 2, 33: Chorus 11, 23: Glee Club 11, 23: York Square Players 13. 43. Future: College. Hob- by: Dramatics. Doaornv Kfvrz KIDCC U 701 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Aero Club 123: Hockey Squad 12. 33: Spanish Club 13, 43: Tri- Y 143. Future: Nursing at Flushing, Brooklyn, New York. Hobbies: Music. basketball. and hockey. E. GEORGE KAWA uljlopsn S09 State Street. Prepared at Public School No. 78. New York City. Activities: Baseball 123. Future: Designing. Hobbies: Airplane models and radio. my Mem :nl '2'2'?i5'!G1'5Ef"15"f-'fx'-1, !'!':xQiHjQ: Effrgff. ' .Q:H??1':fZ2:-tif! r :3'3f5Y:'Ef EF: .t--- . -- .. -'.:-'., mn.-:..- ,n -- - . . .::-' . . -" '- " 4.1--'I --.- ,-1 -: , ,-. . :kd-. .-.1 0 , . .' ..'-.'.', 3.1.-, - .' " ,.--, .-A...,1 . -,-..g. . ,e -,. a ':2. -t. :.. .u-. -Nf'...v.x: Z'.z::f. .-:1 -'1'.-.-. I. -- -- -2- -.'4 :. 4 I-..' . :..'.... -'f.:.-.-. - 1 .-.-. . . .. .1-,nf Il. . 311211 "'Z-'i-'J .:.T:.2'f' ' vs-3.. .:::-' 'L-I-Pe :::.- .' .Tsai GE...-. 41519 A - 0 .-2.12.3 LEIGH KEAN JKLUILIII 7 Bristol Place. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: University of Southern California. Hobby: Stamp collecting. ANDREW T. KEATING HIM., 270 Vifest Ivy Street. Prepared nt Bassett. Hobby: Catching butterflies. EVELYN IQEBABIAN ..Evvy,, ISS? Chapel Street. Prepared nt Sheridan. Activities: French Club 441. Future: Pratt Insti- tute. Hobby: Boating. PAUL B. IQEBABIAN 682 Prospect Street. Prepared nt VVOrthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Hockey Squad 4113 Swim- ming 'Peam 43, 41: French Club 441: Chorus 441: Hi-Y 441. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobby: Stamp col- lectlng. Donoruv bike KEELER "Dottie" 156 Butler Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Aero Club 441: Astronomers' Club 441. Future: Normal School. Hob- bies: Skating and swimming. GERSON Kmruzs T5 Clark Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Drawing Club 411: Honors 42, 31: Cross Country Team 441. Future: Sheflield Scientific School. Hobby: Running. ALICE INIAY IQELLY ttldllvl 107 Hallock Avenue. Prepared at 'l'roup. Future: Laboratory Work. Hobby: Reading. A N NA Km.Lv "Maggie" 102 Third Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Home Econ- omics Club 431. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. BERNARD J. KEl.I.EX' "Red" 25 Maltby Place. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Or- chestra 41, 21. Hobby: Driving. 1 is 34 OBERT ELLY 'IH-I ik U" 71 Lilac Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Honors 421. Future: U. S. C. Hobby: Music. 'saw'-:alas-.-:es-'--'r fu'-'33-.ll sees.: '-if' EW 1'-1:i2iz':'1i? Z,"1.- "j.: ,,j'-5-:fy ',a:':.g-: 1.1112 'j--,.1,:5f..- 5, :Fi 'Ei . -.lit -:x'5G:95:'? 'SINE-:. :-S? :-tam: ':::.'-.:-:i: 1.'::.- : -1?--1 lli. -'g'.',.'a vm. . .e:-gn, ...M - MORLEV josmn KELSEY "K 0150" 48 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Band 12, 33. Hobby: Stamp collect- ing. FRANCES KEMNA ".S'm1'lvs" 6-l Nash Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Basketball. ,lol-I N KENNIEIIX' "Mount" 202 Spring Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Football 113. Future: Chicago University. Hobby: Golf. Wrr.1.1Aix1 J. B. KENNEDY "Bill" 127 Dwight Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Hi-Y 11, 2, 41: Hockey 113: Debating Club 113: "Sentinel" Business Board 145. Future: Yale. Hobby: Golf. Ri-:RNARI1 Ronnm' IQENNEY L "K annie" , 90 Gre wich A ' Pre- par a St. e ' . ctivltles: Foot 1 o to Club 111: Hocke I li nlee Club 131: Hi- Y 137: Tra ' Team 143. Future: Storrs Cl ege. Hobby: Hock- ey. , .. '-:-1::- :NI 1:?.f3:?::-::e.2 - -:...' '- ,'..,--- .-.-...'-..-.'-,- :ETSI .x 5. NEfXl. KERRIGAN lrlcvrry n 385 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Pratt Insti- tute. Hobby: Swimming. . I f K I ,f-- tl. MQW I E C. KEY:-:s f 140 Lexington Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: St. Raphael's Hospital. Hobby: Reading. THOMAS Keyes "Tom" 69 Edwards Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Hi-Y 13, 49. Future: Yale. Hobby: Swimming. RUTH NORTON Kmnmzmav, A A "Kim" 631 Townsend Avenue. Pre-- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club 12J: Secre- tary of Class 13, 43: York SC1l121l'6 Players 13, 43: French Club 13. 45: Tri-Y 131: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Horseback riding. .lANvce Louise KING ffjajlll 125 Oakley Street. Prepared 'll Fail' Haven! Activities: -T ei,,MKAPurdue Reading Circle 13,,' Y: 'French Club 13, 45: Swil ming Cluxb'13J: World Af- f5ql1'S Club 1.492 York Square Player QQ.: Future: ,-Normal School: Hobby: Swiimn'irig.'i1 'v'-'-"1 V- 1' 2 2'-'.-' '5.'!- '.' ' "-'."f I' '- 5 1::.g -1' - --1 :r -. -- gig: 1125 si . 7' In 1 -8952. 'i.i:-1. SEYMOUR G. ICLEBANOFF, Y A fl: "Rim" 87 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Manager Hockey Team 123: Debating Club 123: "Happy Days" 1231 German Club 13, 432 York Square Players 13, 43: Glee Club 143. Future: Study Medicine. Hobby: Chasing butterflies. ALLAN D. IQLEINER, M S, frAl1p 733 Nvhitney Avenue. P'e- pared at VVort ingbon H 0 l'. Activities: Ho y 1 4 . Tennis ' 113: De . in .l : Assistant ger .r . Country Team .3: Chemistry Club 143. Fu- ture: Engineering, Brown Uni- versity. Hobby: Swimming. XVALTE 'I.urcz.xK ' Valli' 20 -5 i erly -Ave u Pre- pare t Trum. 1 tivl ies: Base 'I' 3: Touch Footb , M u Club 123. Futur . ale. Ho by: Swim- ming. NIARGARET KNIGHT, A A 460 Yale Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y 12. 33: Basketball 123. Future: Mt. Holyoke. Hobby: Tennis. Aucusr Koen "Cooke" 233 Augur Street. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Activi- ties: Wx'estllng 133. Future: Tree Surgeon. Hobby: Swim- ming. l nt. -,.....:.-. - -D-r. ... 1-. -..-.---.- -. ,...,:,.- -:.. .,.- .,. ,,., .-. ........... -:.,-.- . 1 Mi... 2' , ,f l'lia,t0L. , 312. ' .c XVALTER C. KOELL.-x "Bud" 78 Stanley Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 143. Future: Oxford. Hobbies: Aquatics and riding. KARL ICOHLER riDIlfF1l" 147 Canner Street. Prepared at St. Boniface. Activities: Chorus 11, 23: Glee Club 11. 23: German Club 13, 43. Future: Manhattan University. Hobbies: Aviation and swimming. Louis K. KOBIISAR "Fi1'r-Clzicf' 107 Greenwood Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Baseball Team 12, 33: Wrestling Squad 133: World Affairs Club 143. Future: Wesleyan. Hob- by: Diving. BERNIE Kos!-IRIN 344 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at .Atlantic City Junior High School. Activities: Ger- man Club 143: Chess and Checker Club 143. Future: Maryland University. Hobby: Stamp collecting. Louis KRAFT KILUIAU 277 Willow Street. Prepared at Worthington Hooker. Acti- vities: Debating Club 11, 23: WVriters' Club 123: Aero Club 113: Dramatic Club 11, 23: Ten- nis 123: "Glea1n" Businessrlgoard 133: French Club 133: Business Manager "Gleam" 143: Chemistry 143: Chemistry Club 143: "Sen- tine1" Editorial Board 143. Fu- ture: Structural Engineering at Dartmouth. Hobby: Swimming. ::aeswe:fse:-::f:-2-: 1, '-rf' " I ami' rfffifsif -'3'-fig-. I: " :v .12-5:25 '-53:22-g' , .N ':-1.1':5I1g'5 " 325' ,..-1 :,,::.1i .. E1-Ii. : ' ,, Ip" ' '::. '-I. ::. ZF. -Ai':::-zx: 1-.-.x:-.. -H .-..-.-. .:. s -..:.' : -..-. lv.::..-. - . gl.-5 ll. 1"tHt.:' iff? iz" 'el-g 35:1-. "kin fff- ' 45:3 " 5 0 :fl-E I.n.LIAN KRAKOXX'ER "K rnk y" Pre- lS2 Gilbert Avenue. pared at Troup. Activities: Dra- matic Club C253 Debating Club 125: Xvrlters' Club 12. 3. 45: York Square Players 43, 45: French Club 13. 45: Foreign Af- fairs Club t45. Future: Diete- tics at Storrs. Hobby: Swim- ming. MORRIS Kl!1Kl.I. "Maysl1ir"" 203 Spring Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: German Club 625: Chemistry Club C45. Future: Brown University. Hob- bies: Swimming and rowing RJUNSEY FM' KRAL1., I1 E ll 4 Xvest Rock Av n . Pre- p ssegiavva-R, Ax- ber 1 lt a Lollege. ALBERT KRAMARCZYK "Smilia" 772 State Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: Touch Football Cl, 25: Spanish Club 13. 45. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. H:XRRX' A. KRAMFAZ A P S, "Ar tie" S Y r . Prepared at Tr t 'ities: Football til, 45: aseball 4253 Sw lnmin 425' B sketball 42, 3, . u- ture Ohio S te n ersity. Ho ': Sp ts 'x 75 ww Rose KR.xm:R "Rosir" S52 Orange Street. Prepared at Viforthlngton Hooker. Activi- ties: Debating Club tl, 25: Dra- HIRUC Club Cl, 251 Swimming Club 43. -15: French Club t3, 45: York Square Players 13, 45: "Sentinel" Business Board 145. Future: XVellesley. Hobby: Ten- ms. JACK Kafuiss 578 VVlnchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: M000 Club C251 Track Team 13, 45: Vice-President Nordau So- viet? 145. Hobby: Swimming. BEN Kmwrrz, Q tp "PurI.'y" G Hurlburt Street. Prepared 'at Truman. Activities: French Club fl, 252 Philatelic Society U. 25: Spanish Cub 13. 45: WVri- ters' Club 135: Wrestling Team 145. Future: University of Michigan. Hobby: Vtfrestllng. XV ALTER KRERIPA "Creme" 400 Central Avenue. Prepar at Sheridan. Activities: Foo - ball TPHIH 125. Future: College. Hobbies: Ping-pong and foot- ball. Am: NE .S Vdvn 210 ha el Stre . repared 21 . Fut : Sn th. Col- lege. o by: ennis. 'ffrr-wa:-:rssaz-:-1: .ifsP?32:I12if.if:i:3? Elm' Wfffff :"'. I1 ' ' : '- .lf-:iq -"5 Q5 . "5 -I' -"- -' 2:1 I :' . -' '- Sift: .- Z ' - ' 1.52. T. ':2. '. uf. 'Nf':::F:h '5.z'f'2. '-:? -'1'.22- I It I-"-I 'fu 'Ugg : - :J-' su. :ti 216:-I.: b U z lik. ' W . . .. --..1., It . ...Lg- fqg.-,. .. Jaffa: "Nz: 1:1 :, ' 'gi-11 33:1 '. 'gf .3 Q...--f 4gg.'. A Q 5 .X.g',-. " '.'2' IS -TJ Mn.mu-:n KRUGER "DrrdIim" 227 Gnffe Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 12, 41: York Square Players 13, 41: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 41. Future: Normal. Hobby: Playing piano. PIELEN J. Kucnrr "Ginger" 22 Nash Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: French Club 131. Future: Yale School of Nursing. Hobby: Sports. ELINOR MAE Kucm., H E H "Ku"' 1664 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: 1Vrlters' Club 12. 3. 41: Dramatic Club 121: Debating Club 121: York Square Players 13, 41: French Club 13. 41: VVorld Affairs Club 141. Future: Yale Law School. Hobby: Travel. Ainmar KUGELL '1Bvr:" 927 State Street. Prepared at Lovell. Future: University of Alabama. Hobby: Sports. HOWARD M. KU n N "Howie" 66 Church Street. Hamden. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: Hockey 111: Art Editor of Class Book 141. Future: Pratt Insti- tute of Commercial Art. Hobby: Oil Painting. Bsrrv BARRY KURZ 63 Clark Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activities: Cap- tain Basketball Team 111: Trl- Y 11, 21: Motto Club 121: Bas- ketball Team 12, 3. 41. Future: Yale Music School. Hobby: Reading. Pnrtus BRAUN KURZ "Pl1yl" SS Dewitt Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 11. 21: Volleyball Team 111: Der Deutsche Vere-in 131. Future: Fannie Smith Kindergarten School. Hobby: Sports. PAULINE Kvc UIJHILID 145 Nash Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Der Deutsche Verein 131. Future: Larson's, Hobbies: Music and dancing. NIELVIN ELSY I..xBrl.l.a "ll I cl " 3 Sherman Avenue. Prepared at Troup. .Activltiesz Aviation Club 121. Future: Aviator. Hobby: Aviation. CORLA L.-wlu.ANn 220 Sherman Avenue. En- tered from the Meadville High School, Meadvllle, Pennsylvania. Activities: York Square Players 1413 German Club 141: Tri-Y 141. Future: Dramatic Instruc- tor. Hobby: Puppets. 'f'3':5'!3i:"2:"1:-'E 'nfl'-T f'1':"1i5?- '-:': 1 " 59 212:-I if 2.15 S 3. ' 1:':f:fZ 55: EIP.:.:1Ef :i:.a:' :iff-.. . -.' ...Z ., "-'Q-'.-.1 gc.-: " 'Hg-:v -- 1.:.'-..- .' ' , ---- " .'-..--' -s- .-- --.'Q'.:i '- ' -'Z' 1" , .'. - !nJZ1.1"- - :IT . - 'J' .n-' ' 'f','.1-', - .' " .t-'I -gf-'-QL - .Z-"P T '.-' -1. -31, 1. :L .n-. -Azz..-.:: .::'.. ..-:T .-I...- II.- .. .x. -.'.:.' 4 -..'. !.:.... l1'.:.-.-. - 1 N. ,S It .ig r't-ie. .iiif i' 53:2 -I -ii-1. 'rag ' A X at -S H 4 t BEATRICI-: BLANCHE LADIN "Brdc" 170 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club E272 Debating Club 121: W'riters' Club t2. 3. 41: York Square Players 43. -D: Gleam Art Board 43, 43: Editorial Board "Elm Tree" t-DQ Chorus H12 Le Cerclc Franeais I-D. Future: Normal School. Hoh- hy: Music. IUAVIII LA FIELD "Da':'l"' 153 Cold Spring Street. En- tered Junior Year from llop- kins. Future: 1Vesleyan. Hoh- bies: Tennis and Photography. JAN!-Z LAGOSKI 131 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair 1-Iaven. Activities: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle. Fu- ture: Art Teacher. Hobbies: Swimming and drawing. NtlRhlfKN LAINE "1.afllit"' 22 Richmond Street. East Ha- ven. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Football tl. 23: Mot- to Club 123: Der Deutsche Ver- ein till: Hi-Y 445. Future: Storrs Agricultural College. Hobby: Fishing. NANM' LAMSON, A A 'Il Swarthmore Street. Spring Glen. Prepared 'at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Basketball Team tl. 2. 37: 'Freasurer Girl Reserve ill: Tennis Champion ill. Future: P h y s i c a l Director. Hobby: Sports. Dr:NN1s I.ANmNo "Din" 207 Portsea Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Fu- ture: New Haven College. Hob- bies: Football, baseball and hockey. LIARY LANDING 30 George Street. I-Iamden. Prepared at Dixwell -Avenue School. Activities: VVriters' Club 12-J: Italian Club HJ. Fu- ture: Normal School. Hobbies: Xvalklng and reading. H ARVEY LANGLOIS 485 Xvinchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Hobbies: Swimming and ice skating. HELEN LAPIDES nldapu 501 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at VVashington Irving High School, New York. Acti- vities: Janet M. Purdue Read- ing Circle t4J. Future: Belle- vue 'Praining Hospital. Hob- bies: Reading and swimming. EDN.-K REGINA LA Pomrs ' ..Ed,. "TH Huntington Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 43: Greek Club 143. Future: Grace Hospital School of Nursing. Hobbies: Swimming and tennis. 23?E?'73'?-'fiilfi-1313? 1' ':I. 1- :L '. -. ' :ISI-::: -E-.. Hen.. 61.12 r-ff. if-za -S PAM. i.,xRsoN "O.r.rfz"' 253 Augur Street, Hamden. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Activities: Orchestra 11. 2. 3. 45: Glee Club 11, 2.5: French Club 135: Chorus 145: Baseball 145. Future: North- western. Hobbies: Swimming and reading. ALFRED L.-XSALA 168 Bradley Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Hob- by: Sports. XV.xvNi-3 LATTMAN "Duke" 54 Belmont Street. NVhitney- ville. Prepared at Putnam Av- enue School, Hamden. Activi- ties: Motto Club 11, 25: Spanish Clllb 135. Hobbies: Bowling and golf. :XRxi.xxn l..mvoRnN.x 512 Lombard Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Hobby: Avia- tion. ' CATn.xR1Nr: LAVoRoN.x "Kaye" 411 Legion Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Posture Club 125: Chorus 12, 45: Italian Club 13, 45: French Club 13. 45: Janet M. Purdue Reading Cir- cle 145. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Music and dancing. .... -. .,:,,5-...-.qgvxs-.1-:g -,-: ,- 1. .--':.--' N-"..':.'!.' . xg.: v josern LAVORGNA ..Jm,.. 140 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball 1255 Touch Football 125: Vvrest- ling 13. 45. Future: WVllIiam and Mary College. Hobbies: Basket- ball and swimming. CLAYTON LEMER nclny.. Orange. Connecticut. Pre- pared at Orange Grammar School. Orange. Activities: Chorus 145. Future: Engineer- ing. Hobby: Traveling. ,f 1 XV LQMAx'ENPoRT LEE "Bill" 100 Dwight Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Band 12. 3. 45: Baseball 12, 35: Swimming 12. 35: Water Polo 12, 3, 45: Captain Swimming Team 145. Future: University of Illinois. Hobbies: Music and sports. ROBERT Lei-:Nav 252 Chatham Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: St. Thomas Seminary. FLORENCE LEIKEN H5-vokyn 172 Foster Street. Prepared at Worthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Debating Club 11, 25: Dramatic Club 11, 25: Stamp Club 135: French Club 135: Wri- 125: Motto Club 125: Spanish Club 135: French Club 135: VVri- ters' Club 135: York Square Players 145. Future: Social work. . . . . . .. - -. .- -': -.' . '- .-:-.:- :J-' fn--..-.-.-::-'a-.Hi f:-.-.-':e-ue:-:::s- frame: .wg 'ta ' ,?fi?,-NPI'-'.-1 Emil -.-i,-,z .-.-,,3..-gg., 5.1,f.,:,.,. .':-53... I... 'g .: -....1g:.::g:, .35-5.5 5 .:,-:':1::.",.'g' :--. :. I ,. Ali. I. -.1-:ri 1 ' 3.5,-' ' :S:. '-J. ?:. xii' Nr:::-'::: '9.:':-I. -:: '13-.-. :::' x -.'i:.' 4 ':.-.:.. 1:'.:':---. - I 1 2-,,, II. 1 1' -lm.: f -531 t uf... .um , 1 x :gn 1 'x -2 FLORENCE LENZI ..Fl0,, 181 St. John Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activities: Dramatic Club 113: Chorus 113: Italian Club 143. Future: St. Ra.pha.el's Hospital. Hobbies: Basketball and swimming. PETER Lronanno "Pere" 56 Bowen Street. Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell Grammar School, Hamden. Future: Storrs College. Hobby: Horseback Rid- ing. JACK Lassisa MLM.. 105 Marvel Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Cross Country Tenm 143. Future: Dartmouth. Hobby: Baseball. fi iw CALVIN LETENDRE "Grapes" 653 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Baseball. ROBERT Lsrrrs ..B0b,. 757 Orange Street. Prepared at lvorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: German Club 13, 43. l"i'5 -.Q -- RICHARD LETTICK "Dirk" 279 VVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. Hobby: Swimming. Svtvu L. Lev acyl., 310 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: Basketball 123: Vol- leyball 123: York Square Players 13, 43: Chorus 143: French Club 143. Future: Emersotfs School of Oratory and Dramatic-s. Hub- bles: Acting and ping-pong Iavmo N. Lnvmon. I E Red" ll fl ds Avenue. pared at ratio. Ac vi i s: 'reasurer Mo o Cl w 12 ' ,rchestra 12. 3. 43: Fren h lub 143: Chorus 143: ot-cer Team 143: Art Edi- "Sentinel" 143. Future: fts. I-lobbies: Drawing and sketching. Enwlxan lmvixiz "Eddie" 26 Platt Street. Prepared at Troup. -Activities: Astronomy Club 123: Band 123: Cross Country Team 133: "Sentinel" Business Board 143. Future: Brown University. Hobbies: Swimming and horseback rid- ing. Noarou Lavinia, Y A qs "Noriy" 331 XVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: De- bating Cluh 123: Dramatic Club 123: Vvriters' Club 12, 3, 43: York Square Players 133: Inter- Fraternity Council 13. 43: "Sen- tinel" 13. 43: President York Square Players 143: Treasurer Vvriters' Club 143: Chorus 143: Executive Committee 143, Future: Yale. O wi A 5 5 A. ur, 'xg '.'.1! 2',- f.'1Q'.' - ..:':..-1 - " 1 ..2. 1.-j: w-"J ...... . . . OLGA Lizvrrsxv "Cupid" 366 I-huntington Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 43. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobbies: Sports and music. gl Aeon L1-:rv "Jake" 15 Alling Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Dramatic Club 113: French Club 13, 43: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 143. Future: Sheffield Scientilic School. Hobby: Sports. Rizamci-3 Lewis 981 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus H3. Future: Study Art. Hobby: Art. DWIGHT M. l.i:w1sJR.. A A 5 ..L00m'., 731 Elm Street. Prepared at Troull. Activities: Football Squad 12. 3. 43: Track Team 12, 3. 43. Future: Yale Scientific School. llobby: Golf, Maavxx Lirnxux ".1lm'21" 53 Truman Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Presi- dent Debating Club 123. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobby: Hunting. Q Biz.-WRICE LINDERMAN "Bm" llllil Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: Debating Club 123: French Club 13, 43. Future: Cornell. Hobby: Swimming. Huauizm' I3. Lirorsxv. Y A cb "HrrIv" 275 lVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. -Activities: Vice-President XVriters' Club 123: Dramatic Club 123: York Square Players 13. 43: lvrlters' Club 133: "Sentinel" 133: Vice- President "Der Deutsche Ver- ein" 143: Assistant lGditor-in- Chief of "Sentinel" 143: Chem- istry Club 143: Assistant 'Prea- surer XVriters' Club 143: Edi- torial Board "Elm Tree". Fu- ture: Medicine. Fiuerm LITVIN "Frif::ic" -40 Blake Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: lvriters' Club 12. 3, 43: Debating Club 123: York Square Players 13. 43: French Club 13. 43: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 43: Chorus 143: Nvorld Affairs Club 143. Future: Normal School. Hobby: 'l'heatrc. ELI Non FRANCES Loma: HMS. 177 Ellsworth A' e. pared a Troup. A 'vit : Dramati : " ,3 ,. French lub ,. . 43. F : Continue sudies injd cing Hobbies: D "ng and Ping- Pong. L. JANE Lorrus 42 Hubinger Street. Prepared at Mt. Vernon High School, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Future: Hunter College. Hobby: Swinuning. I-IS 'S-1-!15':e11I-':Z-1452-Zia'-1' :':'?5i?i:f- iii ' P-i:?':1':1f:TI:.3iiiiff Ill - :f'1?N:i5 55:3 1: . -5 j:j.:2:i '.:3:43:.f ' 1:3221-. .3::5-..- 5. ,:' ., .::g: 3" " gi-1--' 1 :. '.:. '::. :iff -3x'fe::r::': 'i-.Eb-2. --9? :-2-.z:.'.':: :.-.:-:c. 2.74: 4 -II.-'. '::Z'1'::, -'-.'.:':Z.1:' .' f- 1 ..r. H rifafz I. ' A hh "Tag: if i ' ' ' Yrcroa XYALENTINE I.oNuo nryit, 'J l0 NVoolsey Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 13, 45: Chorus K45: Cross Country and Track Teams 145. Future: Connecticut College of Pliarmacy. Hobby: Sports. Esrnea LOPATIN, A112 cb "Es" lil Ca'mel Street. l'rcpa.red 'Pu 1. Activities: NVriters' 'lub 'R 3, 45: Tenni. Champion 2-3, 453 "S ntinel" Business Roar 35: ' . in o Tennis Team 35: "F . H 'usiness llnard 145: us 5 4 .h Club 145. ture: Albertus Magnus. H sz Tennis and piano. XVILLIAM I.ovi:LACi: "IVlzifr,l"' 71 Brennan Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Highland School, East Haven. Future: Electrical Engineering. Hob- bies: Radio and wireless. M YRTLE E. Loaf: "Bt'fij'U 152 Ramsdell Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Music. FR.-xxx l.t'c1m:LL,x, A Q15 II "Frankie" 40 Academy Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Or- chestra tl, 2. 3. 45: Football 125: Italian Club til. 45: Chess and Checker Club 135: Swimming C45. Future: Penn State. Hob- bies: Swimming and reading. LIBERATO V. Lurou, A G5 II 296 Columbus -Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Football 115: Dramatic Club t25: Chorus C453 French Club Q-45: WVre-stling Team t-I5. Fu- ture: College. Hubby: Athletics. HENRX' I..vNrH "Hcnny" 41 Cave Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Hockey 125. Future: Study Law. Hobby: Music. IRENH l.vNrn 262 Lombard Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball C2, 3, 45: "Happy Days" 125: French Club t35: Manager Field Hockey 445: Swimming Club 445. Future: Arnold Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing. Russsu. LvNcH "Russ" 475 Lighthouse Road. Pre- pared at Providence Technical High School, Providence. Hob- by: Mechanical Drawing. XVILLIAM l.vNr:HAN "Linny" 148 Laurel Street. East Ha- ven. Prepared at Laurel Street School. East Haven. Future: Aviation. Hobbies: Basketball and woodwork. f,.'11"121f.,'.-'l. 5.3-' 1' .:- 1-.1 '.. :...g- .,.. .- -..,. 3- .: . I. ::.:1.-,-.., ':I. . :. . -. 'a 1...-.: f fax ii - i '.". fl- 'u 'f:.'." I-1 S BETTY XIACITIARMID "film" 110 Kimberly Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Chorus tl, 21: Hiking Club Ill: Volleyball 'Peam 123. Future: Study Oral Hygiene. Hobbies: Swimming and skating. C1-IARLHS MACDoNALn "Mar" 5 80 Pond Street. 'Prepared at Bassett. tiviti sz Glee Club 025: r m ti QEJQZJ: Track Teams 'L 4' Cross Country Team 143: Chorus C-U. Future: M. I. T. Hobby: Dramutics. OJ MINAJ. 'Acbjgxj t FN so will so-yeh f-1 red at Sher' an. Hobby: Skating. Hoon AIACKELLAR-, JR. "St-arty" 242 XVolcott Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Art Club 61. 21: French Club C-11: Hi-Y 143. Future: Dartmouth. Hob- by: Art. JANET MACLEAN "Jan" 22 Xvoodlawn Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen Gram- mar School. Activities: XVriters' Club C-U. Future: Dietician. Hobbies: Sewing and dancing. . N .:::.g:.g:c2'-spgrnp: I- .. .. n .. b -2. Mm.. .'It':' X '- .Q HELEN KIACULAITIS "Mirh" 211 Saltonstall Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Hobbies: Basketball and dancing. Josizrn Jon N KIACULAITIS "Mac" 211 Saltonstall Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activities: Glee Club 127: Chorus K-D. Fu- ture: Business College. Hobby: Sports. WALLACE RIACXVILLIAM Skiff Street, North Haven. Prepared at Spring Glen Gram- mar School. Activities: Foot- ball tll. Hobby: Aviation. ORTQN J. MAE "Buss" 34 Huntington Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Orchestra Q2, 3, 41: Hi-Y 43, 45: Chess and Checker Club 131: Radio Club GD: Wrestling 43. 45: President Chess and Checker Club 441: Business Board of "Elm Tree" Q-il. Future: New Haven College. Hobbies: Sports and music. IVAR MAGNUSOM. G 2 flAIngJl 11 Summit Road. Hamden. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Continue Schooling. Hobby: Reading. , .... ,.., .. ,. .-1.3.2 1: gj.".C-23:32 fini."-, - I . 5: 5133 --2:23. ...- I.: - -Q .--512,-jg!-1. ':!. J. :L iii. '.-Xz'::2-::: D ' - Revs 'il-f. T H EODORE GEORGE RIAGN Usox "Tai" 1337 State Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Fores- try School. Hobby: Sports. CH,xaLEs A. AIAILLARD, JR. A I E ".-1uga'z"' 2118 1Vhiincy Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Hockey 1112 Baseball 111: Motto Club 11, 21: Football 12. 31: President French Club 131: President In- ter - Fraternity Council 131: Business Board Class Book 141: Future: Fordba nn. Hobby: 1VandL-ring about thc halls. Bizssuz IXIAKARIQN "Bars" 32 Admiral Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Acti- vities: Chorus 111: Aero Club 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Reading. KENNETH MALEY "lo-if' 352 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Touch Football 121: Basketball 121. Future: Arnold College. Hobby: Swimming. CATHERINE FRANCES NIALONE "Karr" 16 Kensington Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Nor- mal School. Hobbies: Basket- ball and dancing. -v e.s--.- 1- -a-.um N .j.1:2- :."f-, .' . . ,-,..- .. ..,g,... .N-...'...--2,- .'1':!. iE:.:':I.1f -' " 1 .qu - - - S JOHN Josiaru AIALONE 59 Miller Street. Prepared at 'l'roup. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. DOSALII M. M.u.oNEv, E X P "Don" 1!ll Davenport Avenue. Pre- pared at St. John School. -Acti- vities: Dramatic Club 11. 21: Glee Club 11. 21: Football 11. 21: Motto Club 11, 21: Chorus 121: York Square Players 13. 41: Spanish Club 13, 41: Aero Club 131: Chemistry Club 141. Fu- ture: Fordham University. Hob- by: Dancing. PAUL MAMORSKY "mf" 150 Davenport Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Rand 11. 2, 3. 41: Orchestra. 121: German Club 13, -ll. Future: Study mu- sic. Hobby: Music. MARGARET FULLER M ANCIIESTER Iargaf' 2 lilmwor oad. Prepared at at Sherida Activities: Tri-Y 13, 41: French Club 141: Swim- ming Team 141. Future: Wel- lesley College. Hobby: Horse- back riding. ANTHONY AIANCINI MTD, V., S0 Xvashington xeni Pre- pared Prin 1 5- 1 - School. Activ ti . ol 'y and Trac ' ' f '- 2 . '1' Italia Club 13, -' . ut r : nnal f Hobbj: otball. 'f'I'1'1f':Q11j1-'-'I.'5. :'g'-WSH-5. - -ne -E. - N I S I L q J... 3- .. -I... 'J?..'.',-iq. -g:. t. ::. af.. -.Xv:::--H x 2219. 1' if-3.. ':F3':':. '1f::. Eff-:T b ejgpb RUTH lWANNING "R-india" 52 Judson Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 13, 43: Chorus 143. Future: St. Raphael's Hospital. Hob- bies: Dancing and music. l.moN.x M,xNsrIEl.o. E N S 41 JILCCJP 565 NVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Chem- ist. Hobbies: Swimming and tennis. 1. f ef' J A A 1 , m J ! I L 1 l.i.mN Eriau' N M ANTY 1599 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: State Nor- mal. Hobby: Dancing. mail ARMAND AIARATEA "A mo" 46 Glenbrook Avenue. Ham- den. Prepared at Fair Haven .lunior High. Future: North- eastern. Hobby: Dancing. KIARY Baaamm Nlancnias "Bobbie" 1448 Dixwell Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Pasketball 11. 2. -13: Volleyball 1l. 23: Motto Club 11, 23: Ten- nis 11, 2. 33: Swimming 133: Tri- Y 143: .Aero Club 143: Chorus 143. Future: Nazareth Academy, Hobbies: Sports and drawing. A A A i-'I 5 -FR-2: 3-33:3-E325 3-3325 3232217 '-I' - .-:f.- 1 - ,-::'5--". -.- .-:.g..-Q.. , :I-1':2, i.i.:':I.if -' I' 1 af. -3-32 MT' Es' Rossi-:LL ll ARCHETTE "I lv'rastIcr" 559 Legion Avenue. Prepared at WVOtthington Hooker. Aetl- vities: Manager Baseball Team 113: Volleyball Team 123: XVrestllng Team 12, 3. 43. Fu- ture: Enter Business. Hobby: XVrestling. HELEN ,lorcla RIARCUS 20 Arthur Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 113: Glee Club 133: Spanish Club 13, 43: French Club 143. Fu- ture: Dietician at Pratt Insti- tute. Hobby: Reading. YALE NIARKLE "ll lark " 536 Winthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 12. 3, 433 Motto Club 123: Basketball Team 12, 33: VVri- ters' Club 123: Track Team 12. 43: Spanish Cub 13. 43: Volley- ball Team 133. Future: Univer- sity of North Carolina. Hob- bies: Sports and dancing. HENRX' NIARTIN "B uddy" 29 Park Street. Prepared at Troup. Hobbies: Football and swimming. . f ICHRQIL, ' ARTIN . iglfscppcru Hazel Terrace, TVoodlJridge. Prepared at Sheridan. Activi- ties: Football and Baseball Teams 123. Hobby: Swimming. kr? 'ff-'-11'-iii?-'-'13i.'?-'.'.' .-'-"l:3'J- W-:GE uf ' '-Yvil'-1'7:3iY2'5:5 fi?" ' 5:3255 ' 33:3 2 5:..:g':v I--,D f --.-1 -- :,::,.3,'. ::. , -- mag.. - --.1 1 ,,.::.1. 5- .. . 4- ,-:1-,-.:-.-.- ,Q-N. , .. ., JT 1.-:..-: .1 - -g....,. . .' -' , ,N-1 - . -35, Q. xt. Iii -.,Xf':::-::: :.'-:':'.. .-:f 2: ..-..-. t. -.'. :.' : . !::- :.. '.: - f . 1 r ' , Ill. x,.',.': Am, .-3.1. . -255 ' X 57- Fifi-. '!':3iY- 4:16 ' 'Z lim MARTINO "Edu" 182 Chestnut Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activities: Spanish Club 13, 41: Chorus 141. Hobbies: Music and making scrap books PAUL MASSIJL. 5 291 Vtfest Ivy Street. Prepared at St. Mary's. Activities: Base- ball 11, 2, 3. 41: Basketball 11. 2, 3. -11: Football 12, 31: Captain Football Team 141. Future: Holy Cross. ,losarn M. MA'rAzzAR0 wilfully" 218 Chatham Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Ger- man Club 12, 31: French Club 141: Chorus 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. Liao J. IYIATIION, 2, X P 'rFl'1'71Fllj',, 223 Meadow Street. Prepared at St. Joseph's School in Lo- well, Massachusetts. Activities: Motto Club 111: Football Team 11, 21: Dramatic Club 11, 21: Glee Club 121: Chorus 121: De- bating Club 12, 31: French Club 13, 41: WVriters' Club 131: Aero Club 131: VVrestling Team 141. Future: New York University. Hobbies: Dancing and sports. CHARLES Marriisws R. F. D. No. 2, Bethany. Pre- pared at Bethany Center School. Activities: German Club 131. Future: Business Course. Hob- by: Baseball. x M ILES M ,x'r'rH EXVS "Bud" Bethany, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Bethany Center School. Future: Business School. Hob- by: Baseball. EDWARD M1x1'1'na "E dd ic " Foxon Road, East Haven. Prepared at Highland Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Stamp Club 111. Future: Provi- dence. Hobbies: Stamps and golf. A N1'HoNr Xl.-X'l'lTR0 "Tony" 50 Prince Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Future: New York University. Hobby: Driving automobile. '1'1iEI.m.x Mm' 99 Hazel Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Volleyball 111: French Club 13, 41: Aero Club 131: Sec- retary Astronomy Club 141: Secretary Aero Club 141. Fu- ture: Mining Englneerlng. Hob- bies: Astrology and flying. XVILBUR RIAYER "Win 36 Maplewood Terrace. Ham- den. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: Band 11, 2, Cl. 41. Hobby: Sports. .. ..,,.. .... 1.-... ,.. .:... L..-3 , -. ...rn-. .5--. .gg -. ,. ,. ': I. '. :L '. 5. 'f :'J.'1-222 Jw. " E- :His -Pf- 531-fa ..- . . -,- . -.vr . -,-:zz-,-.::,.:-'c -' ' . .qv .. J-VP.-: pf W rum: ,gm .. , I-.I , S . l i.L1.uiM.Avzz.xcANE ".'lln:::ir" Sunset Drive, XVestville. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities-: Vlfrestliug Squad t2J: Italian Club Q3, 49. Fu-ture: University of Naples. Hobby: Drinking Ice Cream Sodns. l.Ucn.Li-1 RICCAHE "Lou" 36-l Central Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Swimming. REGINA RICCABE "Grim" TG Cottage Street. Activities: Volleyball Hi: XVriters' Club Hi. Future: Pittsburgh Uni- versity. Hobby: Rook Collect- ing. EDw.xRn XV. li'lCCAk'l'H v uJlfdl',' 136 Orange Street. Prepared at NVorthlngton Hooker. Activi- ties: Debating Club Uh: Glee Club Q2J: French Club lil, -H: Aero Club 133: Hi-Y 1-D. Fu- ture: Yale. Hobbies: Golf and swimming. ANNIE hlCCR.-XNN ".'Iml." B55 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: ln-ainatio Club tl. 27: Volleyball 1213 Spanish Cub 139: NVorld Affairs Club 147. Future: New Rochelle. Hobbies: Swimming and dramntics. 6 XVILLIAM J. lllt'CR.-XNN "Mar" I5 Shelter Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Track l3, 41: Football Squad t3l: Var- sity Football Team t-ll. Future: Fordham. Hobby: Sports. Rowman V. Xlt'GARRv, A I E ".lIm"' 105 Roydon Road. Prepared at St. Mary's School. Activities: Debating Club tl, 21: Swimming Team 115: Hi-Y tl, 2, 3, 41: President Motto Club 123: Track Team 62, -0: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 135: York Square Players 43, -ll: NVri-ters' Club 13, 41: Assignment Editor "Sen- tinel" C-D: French Club C-U: Chorus Hb. Future: Study law. Hobby: Driving. Exrn.v hlCGUINESS CEANIJI 37 Paramount Avenue, VVl1lt- neyville. Prepared at lVhituey- ville Grammar School. Activi- ties: NVriters' Club till: Swim- ming Team 13, -U: Spanish Club I-D. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Swimming and read- ing. ,. A , X .Il KlIRI.-XM REGINA Mrll 'n1fI'l-1-li j' fi .1 9 Alnier et, Ha L Prepa ed at en Stn-Set, a -Q mar ehool. Actflx' if-F.'Hock y Team 127: Debatin Club 421: Glee Club 133. lture: Yale School of Music. bbies: Piano Playing aid dancing. Rtrrn lN'lt'KEE 59 Colony Road. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: French Club til, 43: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, -D. Future: Roosevelt School of Nursing. Hobby: Driving. 'iSii5'ri1"F2?11f?f -'-:2g-.T'F.- 1: '-1 :r..1.-5:25. -3. .fX:?::-::: 1 'ah . ""-Um.. 'Lia-F1 ELIZ.-xBE'r1I IX'I1'KEON uigvuyn 131 Edge-hill Road. Prepared at The Mary A. Burnham School. Activities: French Club 143: Tri-Y 143: Chorus 143. Fu- ture: Smith College. Hobby: Contract Bridge. FREDERICK T. MCKEON "lilac" 131 Edgehill Road. Prepared at NVorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Hockey Squad 113: Stamp Club 113. Future: Yale. NIARGARET B. McI.o1'GH LIN 119 Linden Street. Pre- pared at VS'ashington Grammar School, Vlfest Haven. Activi- ties: Y. VV. J. R. 1232 Chorus 123: French Club 133: Tri-Y 133. Future: Albertus Magnus. Hob- bies: Tennis and swimming. KIARIE bf1'l.0UGl'll.lN "Mac" 101 Bristol Street. Prepared at St. Mary's Academy. Activi- ties: Chorus 1-13. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobbies: Tennis and swim- ming. IMYRA MCLOUGHLIN ulwyu S87 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 133. Future: College. . .. . S . . . . ,. . . . . . ,,.:. .V . 5--. -.- :f - f:f.'3ff-:ga ZZ-2 E g5:2'l':E3Qt:jE 1 : .. ...fig N uit.:-Hg.-:.g:,.:Ez-,.f..:2. . IJ-.. 1-:NI '- ." J- .'--ig, 1 - 'HI' '.'.'! - ' "' ' 'I " g:::xs", 'N I-T?-1 22.1, w. Ugg, 1 'ffl 'i ::'1'J: . K 'iff -' 'J 1 :Ia III. 1 n-,. lX'f.uzc:ARr21' M. C. RICIXIAMARA "lUf1I'51r"' 146 York Street. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Future: Designing. Hobby: Ten- nls. JOHN IWCNERNRY, A cb 13 "Blur" 60 Goffe Terrace. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Hoc- key Team 11, 23: Baseball 11. 23: Football 11, 23: Tennis 11, 23: Writers' Club 12, 3, 43: Bas- ketball 123: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 43: Spanish Club 13. 43. Future: Fordham Law School. Hobbies: Tennis and skating. Rum PH v1.1.1s M Envsnow .. Gymy.. 31 Truman Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Dram- atic Club 113: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 43: NVriters' Club 123: Glee Club 133: French Club 143. Future: Grace Hospital. Hobby: Music. RUTH lilsmuzn , "Pinkic" 45 Pond Lily Avenue. ' - pared at Sheridan. Activities: lVrlters' Club 123: French Club 143. Future: Middlebury Col- lege. Hobby: Music. ANTOINIQTTE RIELILLO "'BilIiv" -1 4 ipel Street. Prepared Colulnb s. 'tivities: Assis- tt ub 13: Dramatic Club 11, 2 , orus 11, 2 : Mot- to Club 123: Fre - Spanish Club 13. 43: ub 133: Secretary French Club . Future: Yale Music School. Hobbies: Music, dancing and sports. V ' N 72:1 "EI Si -.sf exif. --.. ' . r.':'.L-' 4 -:ri -:::-S-EEZ .im-3:1133 2-f . .ET 1 Ill. .U I-7. 325: ,' A ESI' A . fi-I: EDWARD MEI.u.1.o IEUGI-:NE M. XIILLER "Donn 106 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus 1411. Future: North- eastern University. Hobbies: Golf and swimming. I.ll.l.l.-KN LIERMIN, ll E 11 "Lil" S111 Orange Street. Prepared at 1Vorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Vice-President Debating Club 111: "Happy Days" 11, 21: Stamp Club 11. 21: Debating Club 121: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 121: York Square Players 131: Le Cert-le Francais 131: 1Vriters' Club 13, 41: Assistant Editor "Sentinel" 13, 41: Volley- ball Team 131: Chairman Class Motto Committee 1-I1. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Sports. BERNICE NIARJORIR Mmuuu. "Bernie" 'Ili Pierpont Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Entered from Commercial High. Activities: Glee Club 141: Chorus 141. Fu- ture: Claremont General Hospi- tal. Hobbies: Traveling and dancing. Wn.i.mM H. IYIESSLER "Bill" 2Sl 1Vest Ivy Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Radio Club 121. Future: Pratt Insti- tute ot' Tech. Hobby: Baseball. 1' ANNETTE Minsk "Diuny" 61 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Bas- ketball 111: Volleyball 111: Dramatics 111. Future: Yale Art School. Hobbies: Drawing and reading. 42 Third Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Stamp Club 11, 2, 41: Radio Club 141: Ger- man Club 141. Future: Medical School. Hobbies: Coins, stamps and books. MARTIN Mu.l.ER, cb B "'iUar'ly" 152 Derby Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chemis- try Club 1-11. Future: Penn State. Hobbies: Chemistry and hypnotism. M.ximu'i: P. RIILLER "diary" 22 Garden Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activities: Touch Football 11, 21: Glee Club C213 W1-estlilig Team 131: Cross Country 131. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. Ravmomx W. M11.Li-:R HRW.. 52 College Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Fencing Team 12. 31: York Square Players 13, 41: Captain Fencing Team 141: Editorial Board "Elm Tree" 141. Hobby: Fencing. M cami. NIINOGUE "iU1n"' 902 Chapel Street. Prepared at Orange Street, Activities: Spanish Club 1-21: Skating Club 141. Future: Business College. Hobbies: Skating, swimming and dancing. 'e:es':ee:e:-zrfre'-13 f:':'1i2:r- ff-ffl: 1:2 2 X gun' ' -':-21-- -. - -,:1::-:.f . '::'-:: .1' -. .-: '- ' -' -' 12:2 . :..E3- sv:-hifi? ere:-:. :-sf E-1-?.::. 5 r.'::.- 4 I.:-:ref -' -f 1 ' ,Q x Il. .-3:1 1---,ae 55:55. era- - - - . . v JACK NIINOR, 11 A ml' 70 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Hopkins. Activities: York Square Players 433: French Club 443: Hi-Y 443. Future: Andover. Hobby: Golf. FRANK CRANVFORI3 MIN'rz T30 Woodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: Enter college. 'J V It ' L- f XVINIFRED NNIISSIRIAN Q12 ff - -- H Jlh.v.ru'1an 390 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troul Activities: Chorus 423: ran at' Club 423: First Pri e in lolo ,' Priv Exam. 4.4 n -. -- 3: "Sent el" T' 'ormfoard 4. , G1 1 r o 433 Se r ry nc . lb 433: York Sq re Pl ' ' 433: President Frei h lub 443: Vvriters' Club . future: Yale -Art School. Hobby: Dancing. PEARL LIOELLER, dz 2 "Bm'vIa" 139 McKinley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Spanish Club 433. Future: Nvheaton College. Hobby: Mu- sic. CATHERINE MoNou.Lo "Kitty" 702 Legion Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 43, 43: Aero Club 443: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 443. Future: Grace Hospital for Nurses. Hobby: Tennis. JOHN NIONGILLO "Dm-ky" 184 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Soc- cer Team 443. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Basketball. RALPH W. MoNrAnN.Ax UBillyJJ 3 Brown Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Motto Club 41, 23: Basketball Team 41, 33: Baseball 41, 2, 3, 43: Foot- ball 43, 43. Future: Alabama College. Hobby: Sports. ARCHIE BIONTGOMERY rrA7,t.u, 2 Clifton Street, Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Dramatic Club 42, 43: Motto Club 423: Spanish Club 433: Soccer Squad 433: Chorus 443. Future: Enter college. Hobby: Basketball ANNE Moomav, I B I 32 Linden Street. Prepared at Worthington Hooker. Activi- ties: French Club 4223: Debating Club 423. Future: Albertus Magnus. Hobby: Swimming, BENJAMIN F. Moons, 2 X P HBe,l,7J 49 Edwards Street, East Ha,- ven. Prepared at Troup. Ac- tivities: Aero Club 42, 3, 43: Spanish Club 443. Future: Ste- vens Institute. Hobby: Avia- Qui 1 's:f::':e11r.:-111:-:sf-1' is-i:1.i '-Ii: '-Pe:1E1':r.2ir':'13? I 12-153:25 -':-I5:-- gf .: .3-:egg .aw-:.: ' , ,. lg' ., .:::-. -:Q 3-' '--1:--'2 -gg, Eg. -.iff N5-:::f:l': 'i-ith-2. :-:T :-?.'.:.'::::.-.:-:-.: 2.'::.' 4 '::Z-1'::. --.-.:-:1.1: -' :' 1 .'r'. II ,aff 97119: i. , Wi-Har. .iT'f:11A ' .GJ-in .:::.g .Q 'L-3313. A - + rl.-si-2 JULIUS MOORE 120 Linden Street. Prepared at VVorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Debating Team 11, 23. Fu- ture: Yale School of Fine Arts. Hobby: XVood-carving. RIARGARET ELIZ. ,PTH MOORE IW ' 10" ' lintonf nue. Prep d N -tivities: I t- 4 b :etbn 121: ior . layers S ll 'll T . I 1 ifie Club 4 ez i 'li Corres- pondent. obbie Diving, dri- ving and dancing. .. J -, 5 SIA at ' r v u. : 1. t u i za: 1 'olle m 125: app Days" 12. 3, : ' ' 1 re 1:i, 'p 'v' n' 13 4m Fr ch Cl 13. K ' . Tut F FR.-XNKLYN NIORAN ".'iloron" 35 Springside Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Hubby: Ska- ting. If I, l. 1.lylX.Ll:X N bl0RAN 373 wi throp Avenue. Pre- pared at 'l -fp. Future: New Rochelle College. Hobby: Em- barrassing people. LOUIS MORETTINI 153 Cannon Street, I-Iamden. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Gram- mar School. Hobby: Skating. EONA M AE Mono.-1 N "Baba" I-l Hudson 'Stre-et. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 12, 49. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. TONY M ORGEW Icz "1ll0rgr" 204 Franklin Street. Prepared at Hamilton. Activities: Track Team 12, 3. -ll: Cross Country Team 13, -U. Future: Connec- ticut Agricultural College. Hob- bies: Baseball and swimming. ROSE M. LIORGILLO, mi: S, X NRO Ro., 306 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Home Economics Club 12, 3, -D. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobbies: Dancing and tennis. HELEN Momco 90 Burke Street, Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell Avenue School, Hamden. Future: Nor- mal School. Hobbies: Dzfncing and baseball. JANET A UDREY M ORTON "Jan" 4-l Beacon Street, Hamden. Prepared at Helen Street School, Hamden. Activities: Y. W. J. R. 11, 25: Volleyball 11, 23: Glee Club 1333 French Club 133: Janet M. Purdue Reading Cir- cle 131: Tri-Y 1-lj: Chorus 141. Future: Radcliffe College. Hob- by: Swimming. xwes':e:w-'rff-'ff-1, -:':':iH9- is-i:l.i '-1-I 1 3.:a:1':1':1:'-252'5135 I - :I-2:15:55 ' ' - -- , .4 : :.,gq.--YA an. I--: . .x '.-..1.--.:.-52.1. - . , .--:. ft - . -:F ':I. 1- :L -.tu Az'...f-:iz ...::'.. an -'..-.-. ---'H -1- uni. Q -.- . .-.-... - - .-.-. -NN 5,211 I ln. -.,.5'51r1i 165321. . .'5:-:- 21' ' .f :-1-. .255-:-. '5':E:'. -ri ' wifi 9 L 0 :fvf-I' FRI-:nt:Rit'K Morr "Fred" 75 NVe-stw ffl? Sherida . At k1 Future : Notre Da Golf. Romani: JAMES h'IUl.l.EN, A A 2 "AIoon" 621 East Pearl Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Hi-Y 12. 3, 41: Hockey Team 12, 3. 41: Tennis Team 121: "Sentinel" Business Board 131: Golf Team 141: "Sentinel" Business Manager 141. Futur Banking. Hobby: Golf. l.o1m1'T,x 1iIul.L1t:AN 4514 XVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: St. Raphael's Hospital. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. DOROTIIY C.xRoi.vN Mrnrnv "Dol" 1351 ' dleton 'eet. Pre- pared her 1 ctlvitiesz Honors 2. 31' Sex nel" Edi- torial n - 1: Trl-Y 141. Fu- ture: A bertus Magnus College. AMES ' I Lombard Str ' Haven High S . KATIIRYN Rim KIURPHY "'Ku,v" SS Edwards Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: French Club 13, 41: Nvorltl Af- fairs Club 141: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 141. Future: Larson's. Hobby: Historical Re- search. Maacanm' RIURPHY "PMI" 28 Limerick Street. Prepared at St. Mary's Academy. Activi- ties: Glee Cub 11. 2. 31: Chorus 131: French Cub 141: W'orld Af- fairs Club 141. Future: Pem- broke. Hobbies: Stvinnning and skating. E1.Iz.xm-:TH Mtvscu "Betty" 42 Thornton Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Motto Club 111: Dramatics 111: Aero Club 13, 41: French Club 131. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis. X7ICTOR M Usnm X .. Viv., BUS Nlfnshington Avenue. Pre- pa d atQ'I'ruman. Activities: 0 o ra. 11, 9 '13 Glee Cub 11, us ' "Happy UH-YS" 12. 31: 0 ' Squa Players 13. 41: French Future: Alabania or Universi 5 of Southern California. Hob- bies: Dancing and tennis. EMMA MUSGROVE 43 Townsend Street. Prepared at Bassett. Future: University of Illinois. Hobbies: Sports and dramatics. .... .... .,,.,. .... ..... .. . - .-. .. .g- -- ., .-Qs-. . 3-., -,N-,.-3. ...., .- . " Q" '-H.--. .. . f '.'. '.' ' 'QG'5IiP':11"fk?13?5 - :':"f:iS?- ' --'-:Ig-. 1: -- :L :j.:g'I '::. -.. :L xii" .xt-3:s:h D fa uf" ...:, ii.-.5 GORDON M v.x1'T 42-i High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Laurel Street School, East Haven. Future: Enter Business. Hobby: Sports. Pmnl. RIYLAND 223 Dwight Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club 621: Debating Club 423: Dramatic Club 421: Secretary Xvriters' Club 421: German Club 439: NN'l'lt8l'S' Club 43, -U: Edi- torial Board of UGIBHIIIH 433: liditor-in-Chief of "Elm Tree" Hi: President "Der Deutsche X'ereln" 1-il: Associate Editor of "GleanI" Q-ll: Chorus HJ. Ex- ecutive Committee t-0: Honors 11, 2. 3, -ll. Future: Connecticut College for Women. SAMUEL N.:XflER 69 NVashlngton Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: "Der Deutsche Ver- elII" C-0. Future: Storrs. Hob- by: Swimming. PHILIP NELSON Nakorsxv CDB rrpipu 498 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: German Club 43, 41. Future: Yale. Hobby: Camping. AIICHAEL JAMES Nas'rI "'IlIikc" 133 Monroe Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Hockey Team 121: Cross Country and Track Teams 131: Chess and Checker Club C-D: Baseball HJ: Football I-ll. Fu- ture: Northwestern. Hobby: Sports. A A 5 3 . - . -- - e.-- -- .' - ... .--,. -.. , .. ..,. . 5 ., ".. .-ar n..-. 22 X -G.. 4 -.. . ,-.:,, .1-,g-g.,-, . ' 1 ..,:, ...,':.. 4 N N i Illiv -frfzff -. x I , -'- X .r . C.k1'l1ERINlINEDOX'lt'lI , "Kitty" Shepard A .. - nmden. Prep ' - n rville G ra Ill - mar t 'A 'esz Chorus K-il .V,. Fu u . ' ainford Hospi- tal. Hobby: ' adiug. VERA NEI-tn, Q P .II-vu., S3 Douglas Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Y. XV. J. R. 123: Dramatic Club 127: York Square Players 63, -il: Librarian Glee Club t-ll: Bus- ketball C-ll. Future: Lurson's. Hobby: Swimming. RIILDRED FI.oRENcE ELTON "Pl'tlllIlfS.' Prepared t erl RI Activi- ties: Ch 2. ' Spanish Clu 4 , T. eb II. Purdue Re d Hi. Future: Nu sinpwol by: Skating. Hazel Te ,Q1HIII1d lair. C XIERNON H. NELSON "I"I'I'n" 35 Gilbert Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: Track Team 13, -ii: French Club Q-lb. Future:Dartmouth. Hob- by: Track. Doris M. NETT 129 Ashmun Street. Prepared at St. Mary's School. Activi- ties: Motto Club 11, 21: York Square Players 13, -il: Volley- ball Tezun bil. Hobbies: 'Fen- IIis and stamp collecting, -5-gf,-::':3:j:,'.-1:.'5.'f-,'.Q 'sgpriag-5. -55.5124 35:3::'gfy1g2.Ij:':'1fE ijifi I 5-2553:-5 .-:.g:1.. .. ...aa-'sr-: new-:.f 1:91-:--. ---Zz. ,.- -. :,-,Q . -'-,-if.: . 1-5" 'Ei ali? wi-5:'?Sr: F3565-:. :-:F "1'4:1'::::---:':v-- 2.'::. H.--:.. :-.'.:':..-1- r 1 :J- fi., ll. -, I -.ran 5.-r "'l-nl.. 1: ... if-'::. . 'ii-1 x -::r,'. '- - 0 .-... - u 4 I Ru 'Is Niewcozxla mf "Nvu'k', 511 Central Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Base- ball Team 435. Future: Enter U. S. Coast Guard Academy. Hobby: Boxing. PHILIP E. NOLAN "Pm: Her" 33 James Street, I-Iamdeu. Prepared at Centerville School, Hamden. Activities: Orchestra 41. 2. 3, 45: "Happy Days" 43. 45. Future: Play in dance or- chestras on the a.ir. Hobby: Playing the fiddle. 161 r ,enwood .. - - pn . vi . es: Li- brar a of Orchestra 425. French Club 445. Future: 'l'eaching. Hobby: Music. ga1t?F. QRII A N PASQUALE Nuzzo rfpntu EIS Fillmore Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Brown. Hobbies: Football and basket- ball. GEORGE Omzasr "Obie" 547 Fountain Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: General Manager "Happy Days" 445. F ut u r e : Yale Engineering School. Hobby: Outdoor Sports. ff? fegfg, .ei" ' ,cf Pf' ANNE E QABETH O'BaIEN I B I "Betty" 16 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Trl-1' 42. 3. 45. Future: Smith Col- lege. Hobby: Dramatics. EDWARD G. OFBRIEN "O B" 30 Hotchkiss Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Football 12, 35: 'Prack 42, 3, 45. Future: Mereersburg. Hobby: Sports. M ARGARET O,BRIEN DPW.. 162 Dover Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Music. M Any THERESE O'BRII-:N 135 Saltonstall Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Orchestra 42, 3. -D3 Deba- ting Club 425: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 43, 45: Xvon Prize Inter-Sorority English Exam 435: Swimming Club 445: Chorus 445: Greek Club 445: Editorial Board of "Elm Tree" 445. Future: Columbia. Teachers' College. Hobbies: Music and swimming. ALICIA M ARGARET O'CoNNEI.I. "H arf1a" 4 St. Mary Street, Hamden. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Activities: Aero Club 445: Astronomy Club 445. Fu- ture: Business College. Hobby: Skating. iam v,s --gg.-.1::' 'lN',11!,'v' i :.:.-.':5..'3:.-:,-g.'.v. ,. . - '..:':.,-. - 1 1 K I... xt.: 'f11?55':G:1!-21.35 rfflaiyg. 5 ' 3.1421 N if. , t ' '-'-fir. 22 :--.III-254 5555175 A 531'-'31 :1" i- ..-- : ' - I" ":1i"" 0 -::, 't'. :L ',.f.' -.-Ygt::I::': '::.:':'.. 1-:f .-.'.L1- x -.ig 4 '-..". ' ' 1 ' " " P5215 n. II' 1"".?fib. ,ion 'L X: 74 "Ol-ir" Tl . c Street. 'epared at as' t. Activit ': Motto Club 1.. ' rmnatic ,lu 123: Cheiuls- try' ub . abby: Boating. EufExjJ'CoxNoR 204 star- St ek-1. -ew -Q any . se t. W-X,1giyLti sz' ot n ul 12 C Ho key' ezyii 2, , l-'iene 1' ub 1' . 4 Future: . - Q-'tusNM gn . 1- nby: Bo - ill . xxx JOHN O'CoxNoR "Bn Bo" 679 XVashington Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart. Activi- ties: Touch Football 113: Aero Clllb 127. Future: Aviation. Hobby: Model Building. KIARTIN O'CONNOR "1lIart" 171 Clmatluun Street. Prepared :it Fair Haven. Activities: Or- chestra 113: NVrestling 13, -D. Future: Fordham. Hobby: Sports. AIARY O'D.NX'NIK ".llonfa" 51 Day Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Future: Stone College. Hobbies: Dane'- ing and ice skating. ft ' Nfl. Soi. OLDERMAN "Skinny" ' 4 Dwight. Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Soccer 123: 'Prack Team 133: Cross Country Squad 1-ii. Future: Michigan University. Hobby: Swimming. RUT . OLSHONSKY 1' Rulliivu ieenno d At th me quare Play ers 155 I, 90 11. . Q S .5 Pl. - IIH' a "rin - m - I ll .iz French Clu Sunni .lub 143 Executive Board o Spanish Club 145. Fu ture: Columbia. Hobby: Col- lecting pennies. EILEEN O'NE1i.L 281 'Willow Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Dra-matic Club 125: Debating Club 121: Basketball Team 12. 3. 41: York Square Players 13. 43: French Club 13, 47: Foreign Affairs Club 1-ii. Future: Al- bertus Magnus. Hubby: Basket- ball. ANNA OPEKUN "Ou" New Haven -Avenue. Pre- pared at Orange Grammar School. Orange. Future: Study Music. Hobby: Singing. Louis ORNATO "Lon" 294 Vlfallace Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Acti- vities: Chorus 147. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Swimming. : w-:1-.-:.-,.-gn,-:.-,-- ..-.wg-w, 1:5-:.f' :ze 1 ::.,:g:'-:- w rrr: -za II -:-:fir-if 1-:Pt-::::::-I-2-IE'-'CT-Eff-3-. -N --.,.:. -. -- :,:-,.q. -.:.-gl:-, -- .1..:..:-- grg- . - -.-:3.- 1. jqzg..-'.:1:'.:'.'11:.q.., -. .. 'q :Q-..-.1,-io -:::,.-g , .X 142,11-. 1,- -' ' .--: :- ., : - . .-5 ' -: r f -A:'::1-:x: 11'-1 :'.. .-:f .-....-. 3 .1 :. 4 H:-I.. -z.:':-.-2 - ." 1 :.1. D .. . .. .1 . II ' .- . . I- - .:lW'f.L .xg.,'?m Nigga gigs. ,:::.j'.' -:Elf-Q' -.ff -' -5:2-' A A Q .X.7':. tie 3- ie: ared u 'ict Actis ties: oss Coun- t 4 lub 143 Chem- istry dj . I+ uture: Yale. v ' cmistry. STEPHEN .ORos R2 u A X . . . at St. If 't'.. , ' Glee.-. ' 23 ram. ' Club 12 ' - . . 4 ' . .. , ry 1 ' . : A lb 3 ' IH xx BETTY ANN ORZECIIOWSIQ.-X ' "Bm" 223 Saltonstall Avent e. Pre- par at'F ir Haven. A thirties: Baske ball A2. B., leyball 'Peani 0. .'?1.,4N ' ' 3 lliey.-'l'ean1 1332: Cap tin Aktl-y Tea 1 143: lVoiTd A. Club 143: German Club mxlduturez Arnold Col- lege. Hobby: Athletics. AIARY O,SliEA "illirk1'y"' 15 XVoodland Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Acti- vities: Honors 133: Spanish Club 143: Aero Club 143. Future: Normal. Hobbies: Swimming and reading. FRANCES Osraorr nI:l'1IllIl'i1'.' 236 Dwight Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: 3Vriters' Club 12. 3, 43: York Square Players 13. 431 "Happy Days" 133: "Der Deutsche Ve-rein" 143. Future: Yale Drama School. Hobbies: Dramatic Arts and swimming. ROSE PACELLE "l?aIvr" 99 Shepard Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Hockey 12. 3. 43: Basketball 12. 3, 43: Soccer 143. Future: Arnold College. Hobbies: Music and swimming. Louis PACELLI "Lou" + 143 Liberty Street. Prepared at Prince. -Activities: Italian Club 13. 43. Future: New York University. Hobby: Traveling. FRANK E. PALBIER, JR. A 2 K "Frankie" 76 Carmel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Vvriters' Club 123: German Club 13, 432 "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 43. Hobby: Nvrlting. CHARLES C. PALMIERI "Cnty" 380 Crown Street. Prepared at. Troup. Activities: Swimming 13. 43: YVater Polo 13, 43. Fu- ture: Bates. Hobby: Swatting tiles. JOHN J. PALMIERI. E K P "Babe" 40 St. Mary Street, Hamden. Prepared at Newhall Street Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Motto Club 113: Touch Football Team 113: Hockey Team 113: Baseball 11, 23: Cap- tain Hoekey Team 123: Volley- ball 'Peam 123: Golf Team 12. 3. 43: School Golf Champion 13. 43: Spanish Club 13. 43. Future: University of Southern Caitor- niu. Hobby: Golf, IGNAZIO PALMISANO KfI!'.U '184 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Track 12. 33: Cross Country 123: Soc- cer 13, 43. Future: Dentistry at Fordham. obbies: Football and aviatio 3 ,I I 1 -,fr fp 'JVM . s . n . - .. . . . . . - 1 - - - -.": -.'-:t .- - - -.-:-- :- :. '-'. -. :"a'.22rz' Q5-3.-.-1.5.15-,j.Q:35:,g... rn-.:.:.,3: 31,151 - Zu Eg:-1-Q,-....y.,-2 i- :- ..-15 .5 Q-..-:?.-.':5:..7ggQ.:g.1:5.,g..:.l- '-'52-. .1 'q :z-..1.-Em -:::2:--' , -. ':-31:-Ig - '--::':1-.- 1- ...g 5. .- '-.-Zi. g .J :-5" 'fn C- :L lit A:':::-:x': Z'.x:':'I. .-:e '1.-.-.2:r-'-!'.w- -.'l:.' z !:.'.:.. v3.:':-.-- - 4 1 sf- .. PEB- ri I ' H '. - - -EIL ' 'init :E-:iffr ssizgr -.is-1. A 4:33.-' - 0 :-7.-: V1 oa PAN N fr -I ly-, 5 D ' l Avenue. Hamden. 1-' a ed' at Church Street Scho . Hamden. Activities: Italian Club HJ. Hobby: Sports. PHIl.lP PAol.E1.I.A "Phil" lSS3 Dixxvell Avenue. Ham- den. Prepared at Church Street School. Activities: Debating Club 1152 Motto Club CUZ Hi-Y 12. 3. -D: "Sentinel" Business Board till: Italian Club till: Competition Manager "Senti- nel" Hl: President ltalian Club C-IJ. Hobbies: Hiking and tennis. Axrnosv PA0l.lLl.0 " Tony" SR L n Street. Prepared at .Y -' Street School. Activi- ie . aseball 121: Track Team ' Soccer Team Gil: Chess u X1-rein" C-ll: Chemis- try t h lftl. Future: Yale l'ni- vtrsity. oblsy: l'ing-Pong. Or 1 . 'i . and Thecker Club Gil: "Der Ile I l K ' Il LIARX' JEAN PArA "ll I obo" 229 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus 42, 433 Italian Club 43, -il: French Club till. Fu- ture: Arnold College. Hobby: Sports. HlR.Ali Lixcotx PARENT "Link" 263 Dwight street. P1-bpm-Q11 at Xlforcester. Massachusetts. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Hiking. Axoatlxfx PARRNTIQ ".'l11nr" 126 'iurcb Street. Hamdel Pr?4'Nci a.t Church St' et Gr .mn ar S lu ml, 1 . Ac- tixfitiAei',D3.nilrt1jB Club ma Cltjus tl. 233 Spanish Club 13. -il: French Club 13. -lb: NVorld Affairs Club 141. Hob- by: Sports. RA v moms BRADLEY PARKER 00 E "leaf" -0 trandvitw .Av 1 e. Ham- - A ' e U Strett Baseball TQRI . . : Preparatory bc 1 ol. -il I X I 1 P 1. cl at Cl 1 , .. ' . l d . c 'ities: VS li in tl. l m el - l QP A NTHONY PAsrALE Sl Adeline Street. Prepared at Truman. Future: Connecti- cut Agricultural College. Hob- bies: Football and baseball. ,lost-:PH 1. PATTON. ja. U . 120 I' - o reet. Pre- ured at . is School. Ac- me Motto Club U, 2b: D natic Club 121: Football CED. : Loyola or Holy Cross. H es: Baseball and boxing. "t' . '. ll C135 Basketball til: F 'e t ,losnra PAULSQN uS,l0l'lj'U 529 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Aero Club HJ. Future: Aviation. Hobby: Building model airplanes. ' ',.!:.'gf.-llfj-If-Qi: fffiigsd. . " .'- .... :'.i-'Q ' :L .': .u,-. - .-,,,g.-'. 3. 1. :. .u.. -Auf..-:zz 1 X 'ni Q ,, .. ..-.- ,. - guy ,loHN PEACH "Crump" 45 Kimberly Avenue. East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Grammar School, East Haven. .ALFRED R. PECH AR "Al" 112 Cedar Hill Avenue. Pro- pared at Lovell. Activities: Aero Club 11, 21: German Club 13, 41. Future: New Haven College. Hobby: Canoeing. NIILO P1-ICR. I' A x11 "Perkin" 48 Edward Street. East a 'en. Prepared at Gr mar School. A vitles' ating Club 111: Cho I Dramatic Club 11. " : Baseball 111: Ten- nis Chaml Tennis Team 121: .Glee . .. 31: Hi-Y 12. : ri n Club 131: School mis .mpionshlp 141: Var- slt, nnis Team 141. Future: Colle . Hobbies: Tennis and baseball. Wlxraaor R. PECK "lVinnic" 12 Kenter Place. Prepared at Troup. Future: Navy. Hobbies: Swimming. skating and avia- tion. A Homga PERKINS as-in 1332 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Hobbies: Stamp collecting and swimming. '-. " " 1 i 1 6 K Z .- L , ' Il "" - - - 5 97 .':',f.: - :5 2-ns --.1 -. xg: 1' 'h'.'. tr,- '.j.3 -Z gg' - 3. :.',':5:. -3 : .1 :'.1!:':..:,. .- :.s --, L :.'- If. lz.:':..'1 - " 1 4.1. 12.3 . x -.- : I-V. HYMAN PERLRIAN "H r" 42 Adeline Street. Prepared at Truman. Future: Accoun- tant. Hobby: Baseball. GEORGE PERSKY, Q A 2125 WVlnthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Touch Football 121: Inter-Fra- ternlty Council 13. 41. Future: New York University. Hobby: Aeronautics. HARVEY M. PERSKY 254 Putnam Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Band 11, 2, 3, 41: Orchestra 11. 21: German Club 13. 41. Future: Yale School of Music. Hobby: Music. ABRAHAM Paasorr "Abc" XVestwood Road. Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Gram- mar School. Activities: Deba- ting Club 111: Astronomy Club 121: German Club 141: VVI'f'Si- ling Club 141: Radio Club 1412 Chemistry Club 141. Future: Enter a University. Hobby: Reading. JACOB PERsoFF "Jakic" A Nvestwood Road. Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Gram- mar School. Activities: Astron- omy Club 121: "Der Deutsche Verein" 141: Radio Club 141. Fu- ture: Columbia College. Hobby: Roving through Museums. N ?,N",' '.'.'.' Z' 'SZZIPE' . -. 15. -. ::.- .'.-:.-:.',. '- - .. .-. . . A-. " Q 1125 -'JZ 25. WSIS. 1 fi'-1:1:c. rxbl' 1 '::n:'. 5.1-z-EE. ' ' ri, lil. K ,..,: 'H n 1 ...ya ALYCE PERSON 1:7-igrrn 111 Gregory Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Fu- ture: Lincoln Hospital. Hob- bies: Basketball and dancing. ELIZABETH PETERS 87 Dickerman Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club 133: Janet M. Pur- due Reading Circle 433: Chorus HJ. Future: Cooper College. Hobby: Tennis. A. ROBERT PET1uLLo, A LD H e "Bob" - 78 XVashington Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: French Club ODS Chemistry Club MJ. Future: XVest Point Xi- k A or Southern California. Hob- ' bies: Swimming and dancing. ANGl-ZLINA PHILLIPS "Twist" 006 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Sports. ANToINE1"rE PHILLIPS "Twi:1nic" ' 900 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Hobby: Sports, hx 3.: : rex L' CHESTER F. Pmscvx "Chet" 21 Pearl Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activities: Football Cl. 2. 33: Baseball Cl, 21: Basketball 127. Future: Fordham University. Hobby: Sports. JOSEPH Pnxzze. U .ff cu 0 23 . P ce. Pr ar at Columb 5 , riti sz d D. Future: 5 r C l . b es: Music I td ' spor . JUSEPH P1cc1R1LLo, A G-J H "for" 100 Minor Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Hobby: Playing the ukelele. Lotusr: M. PICK:-:'r'r, A A 302 Edgewood Avenue. Pre' pared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y 12, 33: Vice-President Tri- Y 1-03 Inter-Sorority Council OU. Future: Pine Manor. Hob- by: Athletics. PETER PIERAGOSTINI "Pete" 139 Farren Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Future: Rutger's University. Hobby: Baseball. 'fi :15'g111fQ'-S. 1-'2g'.'.' . ig ZQF3 . - -2:37. lj 5.1 J.-5:15 F: .. ,.,.. .-ng.. E' ..'j., --.. .... .Q ......-,, :.... -. 3 . . .- .'-JI. I'..:':..-1 - " 1 f.1'. -65' ........ f ', ' : .1 1:-If pez' N .fsszsf .. - ..- . - .'-I N I: .-X I ' 'Q x ' . - I In 'i '. I .. .- s f:.':' EVA CAROLL PIERCE ,nEveu 95 Foote Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Hobby: Reading. ANNETTE E. PIKOSKY 53 Ardmore Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Chorus 11, 23: Glee Club 133. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Dancing. JAMES PISCITELLI "Vinnie" 381 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: Northeastern University. Hob- bies: Football and basketball. XVILLIAM HENRY' PIITTS, JR. "Bill"' S7 Dixwell Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Radio Club 123: Band 12, 3, 43: Motto Club 123: Spanish Club 13, 43. Future: Michigan University. Hobbies: Dancing, swimming and music. GEORGE PLEU 14S Clifford Street, Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Chorus 143. Future: Study Motors. Hobby: Bowling. NA H S 1 .., . 1. LILLIAN PI.0TKIN,t1'3E 111 "Lee" 139 Whalle5f Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Secretary Debating Club 123: Dramatic Club 12, 33: Nvriters' Club 12. 33: German Club 133: Secretary German Club 143: Secretary Wri- ters' Club 143: York Square Players 143: Chemistry Club 143: Honors 11. 2, 3. 43. Fu- ture Albertus Magnus. Hobby: Dancing. WII.LIAIxI PODOLOFF " 'Villid' Iepared at P' 1' Managex Ho all 1 rl I Af ing:and A 50 Y 2 v ue. ' id . -f .. - : - ev I : VVo f . - fai' c co: I- ' 1 4 e a N mr l' .12.1:' gf' 10 . . .f ANNA FRANCES Pomor r'A1li1lf011-i,, Bradley Street, East Haven, Prepared at Laurel Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 43: French Club 143: Aero Club 143: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 143. Future: Study business a.d1ninistration. Hobby: Horseback riding. EDWARD POLGREAN N lrEdu 320 Temple Street, Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Motto Club 123: German Cub 13, 43: Hi-Y 143. Future: Carnegie Tech. Hobby: Swimming. EUGENE POPOLIZIO HU!! 319 VVa,llace Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Band 11. 2, 3, 43. Hobby: Sports. f-3:23-. .21 -,-.3 :y,.1.-5:55 '. ' , ':-:.z:- gf-3221: :11- 2- ,..,: ..:- 4. gg, .-,,:, -,xg-53-11: , .-:.- .-..-. ..--'..'.x. -..:. X g -... ' ,, ' lu. BEss1E PORTNOV nBCHy-1 1600 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 45: French Club 135: Foreign Af- fairs Club 145. Future: Alber- tus Magnus. Hobby: Arguing. .ANTHONY PORTOLURI "Port" 141 Chestnut Street. Prepared at Columbus. Hobby: Swim- ming. JOHN POSPUR 23 Hallock Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Touch Foot- ball 11, 25: Basketball 125. Fu- ture: .Alabama Hobbies: Foot- ball and baseball. M ATTIE Ex,1zAnm-H POXVELL "Mat" -18 Allen Street. Hamden. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Future: Spellmen's Seminary. Hobby: Dancing. JOSEPH PRESS, Q A 246 County Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Manager Hockey 125: Track 12, 45: Assis- tant manager basketball 135: Foreign Affairs Club 145. Fu- ture: New York University. Hobby: Tinkering with engines. 100 x '-I , J -C A, L! HENRX' T. PU DICOMBE, A A S, 145 ' 'wtf . 6 Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Brown University. Hobby: Driving. JOSEPH PUL1-r, JR. "PuIly" 21 Porter Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 13. 451 Baseball 145. Future: Engi- neering. Hobby: Sports. JAMES T. PURT1-:1.L,, JR. "Jimmie" 6 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at St. John School. Activities: Football 11, 25: German Club 135. Future: Alabama College. Hobby: Tinkering. ARTHUR JAMES QUATRANO nArtn 161 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart. Activi- ties: Assistant leader Motto Club 115: Dramatic Club 11, 25: Leader Motto Club 125: Italian Club 13, 45: Band 13. 45. Fu- ture: Doctor. University of Ver- mont. Hobby: Fooball. Donornv E. QUITEK 1rD0tu 103 Lincoln Street, I-Iamden. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Gram- mar School. Activities: Chorus 115: Aero Club 125: Spanish Club 13, 45: Skating Club 145. Future: New Haven State Nor- mal School. Hobbiesz Skating and dancing. 'n's.'- Q .:.:s-:::1:e:f::f:az-.-1' ' 17651 A lllll 1 C ' Y .-:-':-.. . .2 ,., .:-',f.+' -:uw-2,2 1!1L':' - . 1 1 -- ,-. . ..,g.,.-:- .,,.,-. . .-. .'.,..- .. 3, , , ..-g. , 1 X ':I. -.. ::. - f.l-. .-X:'..L-::: ...::-.. 'rf A .... . . '-,Q ll. N ....--. . -,3 ut. nv.. 2- , -.11, '...., -..-....,,.,.,..,.,. . .K .,.., . ..... ,......,. .,. ...- . -Nu... ..,.,,., ':.JI. '..:':..-1 - 1" 1 .-.'. 1.1- V55 MARCELLA RAISEN "Marsh" 114 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Chorus 125: German Club 13, 45: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 45. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. H.kRRIET HAZEL RAPSON "Sonny" 33 Duane Road, Hamden. Prepared at Fair Haven. Acti- vities: Debating Club 125: Chor- us 145. Future: St. Raphnel's Hospital. Hobbies: Singing and swimming. JOSEPH RASCATI lljovll 209 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Football 135. Future: Dartmouth. Hob- by: Aviation. HILDA RASHBA 188 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Future: Larson's Secretarial School. Hobby: Swimming. I'IELYN RAXX'LES "Heidi" 508 Dixwell Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Home Economics Club 135. Fu-ture: Arnold College. Hobby: Ath- letics. LAURA A. READ, B. T.- 43 Hublnger Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Girl Reserves 125: French Club 13. 45: Trl-Y 13, 45. Future: Penn Hall. IQATHLEEN THERESE REARIQON rrlqayn 125 Yvarren Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Helen Street School, Haniden. Activities: Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 45: Volleyball 125: Chorus 125: Janet M. Pur- due Reading Circle 13, 45: French Club 13, 45. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Read- ing. SIDNEY REBH UN 1. Si du 304 W'halley Avenue. Pre- pared at Public School No. 89, Bronx. New York. Activities: Baseball Team 12, 3, 45: Mfotto Club 125: Spanish Club 13, 45: Soccer Team 13, 45. Future: New York University. Hobby: Baseball. CATHERINE REDD B.T--- IBI "Kitty" 136 Putnam Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Chorus 125: French Club 13, 45: Business Board of "Elm Tree" 145. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Dogs. JALIES REGAN If-Red!! 6 Rowe Street. Hobby: Golf. Y f ta-ff N l Qlllll 'ififsfi . .'.- .1 '.' ,--.-2.1: ,.-. , .- 1, ,,. gg.-I .- "fl: I I " , :, N:'5.':!:?? :.'.:tf'.. '-:P -1'.-. K 'i:.' 4 :.-. 12. lt . r .---. t ' we iff? x ' ' ' :iff-E NIICIIAEI. Rama, A qu Q 170 Starr Street. Prepared at St. Louis School. Activities: Baseball 11, 23: Track 12, 3, 43: Tennis 143: Golf 143. Future: Georgetown University. XVILLIAM Ronrar REGAN frBNIn 137 Newhall Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Dramatic Club 123: Motto Club 123: Foot- ball Team 123: Volleyball Team 123: Spanish Club 13, 43: Soccer Squad 133: Aero Cub 133: Cheni- istry Club 1-13. Future: Southern California University. H 1 my: Polo. x Groa t - Fic urorr Y t CI: llsu oi t Ax enu 5 Pi e l it 'Pio 1 Act x s Ox - stru 1' 43 Club 2 Dxamatit X Cheer ewdlng Noun Inter frater dent VS liters ub 143 Manager Lheex d is 1-43 Der Deut st 1 143 1 ditoual n 'l lee 143 Chem s is 1 1-13 Happy Days 143 l utuit nh. Hobby . Nlusit, - 'X ' 1 X 11 ,: D. -V . A' . . . . I L. u1 ""'i L' ci ' g ' 'Q L, ' ' , 'ouncil . 3: Vice-Presb w V. 5 1 N : U I , .' -l - Ye '1" : C ' " .N up w. H : i - X I'.' " 1 U 1. ' . "" . OTTO Rsu. "Rilo" Beacon Road, Bethany. Pre- pared at Gate School, Bethany. Activities: 'Pouch Football 113: Aero Club 143: Glee Club 143: Chorus 143. Future: Govern- ment Civil Service. Hobbies: Swimming and aviation. M .mv Ri-:u.1.v "Kam" 1298 State Street. Prepared nt Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball 'Peam 123. Future: Kin- dergarten 'l't-acher. Hobby: Swimming. Enwmm Ri:uu.tN, A I E "Nvd" 18 Coe Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Football 11, 33: Hockey Squad 11, 23. Hobbies: Ping-Pong and football. Jour: Ri-TINKE, P A 1' "Rink" SSI! Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties.: Swimming 'Foam 123: Hockey Team 123: Spanish Club 133: Soccer Team 143: Vice- President Spanish Club 143. Fu- ture: Colleg . obby: win min ' XVILLIAM RENNKCKE, 613 2 f UBHIU 320 Orange Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. -Acti- vities: Hockey 11, 2, 33: Football 123: Captain Hockey 'Peam 143. Future: Clarkson Tech. Hobby: Skating. XI.-XRJORIE 131.-KNE RESNIKOFF CIP E 111 "1lfarj,' 1537 Boulevard. Prepared at NVarren Harding High School. Activities: German Club 13, 43: Prize Nfedal given by Patriots and Founders of America 133. Future: Smith. Hobby: Aqua- planing. Puiur RICCIARDI. A cb Q 22 Doggett Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activi- ties: Baseball 11, 2, 3, 43: Touch Football 11, 233 Motto Club 11, 23: Dramatic Club 11, 23: York Square Players 13, 43: French Club 13, 43: Football 13, 43: Bas- ketball 13, 43: Spanish Club 13, 143: Hi-Y 143. Future: VVest Point. Hobby: Bridge. .J 7.5 A A Q 1. Lf?fF'!3'5'2l"::-'f"f'.'gf ' ,f'f'i?T'33iftfI:-:ji l : 55:15.55 55:5 ":"-552' :P .-14 123535 - .-'- '51-1'f:51:'f':7 ' 322: i: . - .--al -'Q 'I1f'fif'f 'NIS H U 35" ' -:,, 1. :.. .1-. '.- 1...-.x. ...x. .. -.4 .-..-. .. x .,,:, . -.. . ...'.... --,,,,.,., . , 1 fl.. L lla. "'l'3E::, Domus EMILY RIDER 1xD0vx 32 Russell Street, Hamtlen. Prepared at Spring Glen Gram- mar School, Hamden. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club 111: Chorus 12. 41: French Club 13, 41: Glee Club 131: Swimming Club 131. Future: Interior Decorating. Hobby: Athletics. Emvaan Rmnrrucn HR.-an 797 Elm Street. Prepared at 'l'roup. Activities: Football 12- 3, 41: Baseball 121: Hockey 121: Spanish Club 13, 41. Future: U. S. Na Academy. Hobby: Swimu r I V, - . F7 . .f f xx IV IV . . nwoo ' ' - tpared Y 'idan. - .: Gee . , ' - Days" ' 1,1 Q ' nnis 13. - ' th C m , ' 41' Chorus , . ' niversity f Pennsy - ' obby: Driving Ford .'. ', l LLIAM E. - NG , " V In' a A 5, es l c . :x : s f 1 . am: lu I I : f , ...1 41 1 l 1 - :ut 141, 1x , l-U l 1 0 i . Cuaol. Rl'l"l'ENIl0USE uc-1' 67 High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Tarentum, Junior High School, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania. Activities: W'rlters' Club 12, 3, -11: York Square Players 141: Chorus 141. Fu- ture: VVrite. Hobby: Sports. Ronmzr B. Rosru, A I E "Rob" - "Rui" 129 Whalley Avenue. Prepared at 'l'roup. Activities: Marshal- in-Chief Motto Club 121: Tennis Team 12, 41: French Club 131: York Square Players 131: Hi-Y 13, 41: Golf Team 1-11: 1Vorld Affairs Club 141: Baseball 141. Future: U. S. Coast Guard -Academy. Hobbies: Golf, base- ball and tennis. GERALD F. RomNsoN 1 "frrry" 95 Thompson Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Football 11, 21: Glee Club 12, 3. 41: Basketball 121. Future: Lo- well Textile. Hobby: Golf. JOHN Room: 156 Chatham Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Hobby: Foot- ball. J on N Rouitas "B 1rddy" 51 Ann Street. Prepared at St. J0hn's School. Activities: Baseball 11. 41: Hockey 11, 41: Volleyball 121: Touch Football 121: Basketball 12. 41. Future: College. Hobby: Music. XVILI I 1 . Rlioo . r, 4"feffV fPrepared at Ger ish -amm ff 1 fx 41 X .. 1 e 'tr A," E X School, East Haven. Acti 'i- ties: Swimming Team 11, 3, -11: NVlnner Mary E. Marshall Prize in Biology 121. Future: Yale. Hobby: Insect collecting and microscopic technique. Zio 'WU EVERZFQV . lon "F C 607 VVha.lley Av . mue, I Qpared at St. John the Divin ' 1 . . . C. Activities: Track Team : Chorus 141. Future: Yale. H - bies: Baseball and piano. 'fi-231E':51i5':Z-LU?-Hx'-1, f:':1-1iH?- -'-us-. 21 :Q .-1-..1:-are , 13. -.. :L '.u-. '.N:'!::-::: is.. 1.-..'..., -J'.'. gy:-ns -3.1 5. '.1.' 9,5142 : 4'.2'f.. l 55-S55-f '-Fv??111':7I'-:ffl 3.35 1 I : I . .. .. .-f. . -users ' :E:--:'f.'-- .1-uf. -' ' . 'i' -H' F5553-2. :-SS' :iZ'l:1'.'E:'.f-l:1:C. 2.':':2' I 4 :TEH " . " " . ' I I 1 K S. l :Q-'u -u . x OSCAR H. Roos 2308 XVhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen Grammar School, Hamden. Hobbies: Swimming and baseball. STELLA ROSENMAN 119 Nicoll Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Spanish Club 43, 41: French Club 441: Foreign Affairs Club 441. Hob- by: Stamp collecting. J sci: ROSENSTEIN uleoxcyu 177 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 42. 3, 41: Track 42. 3, 41: Vfater Polo 43, 413 Swimming 141. Fu- ture: Ohio State. Hobby: Ski- ing. Svtvm JEAN RosENTIIAL HS. J. R." 40 Oak Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activities: Debating 411: Writers' Club 42, 31: Motto Club 421. Future: Study Advertising. Hobby: People. NIERRILL RosINsIcI "Rosie" 79 Houston Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Rl- tle Club 43. 41: Spanish Club 441: .Aero Club 441. Future: Rutgers. Hobbies: Taxidermy, reading and hunting. A 5 Q -'Q:,'.' bf.-XRIE RosINlfs "Gingrr,' 314 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: German Club 42. 311 York Square Players 431. Future: Smith College. Hobbies: Paint- ing and dancing. IYIARGERY -R. Ross "Midget" 133 Lawrence Street. Pre- pared at Lovell. Activities: Dramatic Club 41, 21: York Square Players 43, 41: French Club t3, -11: Trl-Y 43, 41. Fu- ture: Albertus Magnus. Hobby: Swimming. SYDNEY Ross cfsidrp 200 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Baseball 421: Swimming Team 43, 41. Future: Yifest Point, Hobby: Swimming. ABRAIIAM ROTMAN, A P S, q . X U nfl lv -xctlxl 21 Cnculatlon Sentinel 43 41 L,olb3 College Hobbies Dancing and golf FRANCIS RowE 96 Dickerman Street Hamden Prepared at Fair Haven. Hob- by: Swimming, we1:-ft:-:vera-.--'-: -era: zs232f:1:1r.2f:'15F HH' .f.1ff.,55 ..... ,. ..,.,.,. , .ci 5 ...,. l ,, ua., . ',.-. ' :.. ' "-' ....- . ...u- "': "- H' I 'Q STI'-','2'5 '.' I " . -x T".11'-' ' ':" .1 -"I : -' '.' . .-S11 5' ff'-11 ' 'Q-'-Z' I .J "5 GJ. '-.'. :L Iii '.-XLYJI-:x: faxff. -:c -'f.-.-:II--'..'.1.. '.'4 J. I 4 --- . L:-... it-I---H - 1 1 f-L A.. i. In .1 :Ili-iii' ,. I-Kb 2' :. I. - - - M ARION A. Rows 106 Carleton Street, Hmnden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamdeu. Activities: French Club C-DC GPPPK Club t-ll. Future: Yale School of Fine Arts. Hobbies: Art. swim- ming and music. PEARL WLAND N prep . t j Di. ll 1 ue Sch . ., ivities: ' H0 Er I 76 econd St eyt 2 ,' 'ketbnll' : orus C-ll: w DI n ' in . Fu- ture: iri cho . Hobby: Skating. XVIL1.i.-tm HENRY Row1.ANu AEK l'lRedll 383 'Fil0lllDS0ll Avenue. East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar School. Activities: Motto Club tl, 23: Vice Presi- dent Stump Club QU: Swimming til: Volleyball QLD: President Stump Club 123: Dramatic Club 421: Astronomy Club 125: Hi-Y 135: "Sentinel" usiness Board til, 41: Vice Pres t Hi- Y Q-D: Gern lil Club -l . m- istry C b l " re: Cor- nell. 5 zsebull. 4 GE 1 ' :N fry" .... Street. Pr ared at . Activities: otbnll 'Peam 1233 Hockey Teztm 127: Assistant Manager Soccer Team tiki: Aero Club C335 Vol- leyball 431: Chess and Checker Club t-ll: Playing Manager Soccer 'Foam til. Future: Con- necticut College of Pharmacy. Hobbies: Swimming and basket- ball. SOPHIA Rozvck.-x f!B0bll 12 Eld Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: As- tronomy Club C-D. Future: Beaver College. Hobbies: Horse- back riding and reading. Al.rREn RUBIN 154 Rosette Street. Prepared ut 'l'rtnnan. XVINCENT LEARNARD Ruoonzno rrlyinn IS Hudson Street. Prepared at Trunmn. Activities: Foot- ball fl, 211 Italian Club til, -il: W'rlte-rs' Club HJ. Future: Yale Conservatory of Music or Col- lege. Hobby: Sports. RUBY, RUSSELL "Rube" Bethany. Prepared nt Beth-- lilly Center Gfilllllllal' School, Activities: Basketball 131. Fu- ture: Grnce Hospital, Hobby: Horseback riding. RUTH GOLDYTII RUTTENBERG ffKa,mv!! 34 Bnldx in Street. Prepared nt Trou . ctl ities? Chorus 127 Dr nzttic Cl b 121: French Cl 3 . D i l 13, -U: ll.5'6 143. ut e: Study at Co umb a. to e ft Dietician. " 5' C3 ' Yor quare I I-lo bies: Talking and riding. CLARENCE J. F. RYAN "Two Minute Ryan" S7 Arch Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Captain of Swimming Team CU: Glee Club 625: Chorus 521: French Club 12. 432 Gym 'Destin K3, -tj: VVrestling Team 13, 43: Soccer Tefun C-0. Future: Yale. Hob- by: -Athletics. YZ-1gg5'g'.:-:j:,j.-j!!f.jg.'-.1 3:-:-Ego. 55.23-,Q -.::: 1 :Begg-: -. X 1 rg i , 1 ' 55:33 .'2'.:I:', 1: -. :gzngggt 5:55 A :gl-qi. :Q . ..g.....--5 .-.- ... . . ui, , , 'g:. Y. :L 'Ji NL':::f::E '::.:':-I. -:r -.'.'-Z-. v. 1.','g,' I 4 :Z..'Z ' :':I5i .' " 1 ,Qty life J. "' '.--,7 " . 5315 E:'5'3':. '1: -,H l.,T'.'I.' A . lil . 5 :jjj Iinxvmn Rvlxx X Moirrox 5AxisoN H3 Fairmont Avenue. Pre- "Som" pared ut Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Track Team Q2, 3, 45: Cross Country 13, -Di Gvlf U73 XVrestling we Spanish Club Q-ti, Future: Northwestern. Hobby: Swlnunlng. Donls Louisa Smiwia llD0tDJ S96 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared nt Guilford Graminnl' School. Activities: French Club 13, -ii: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle HJ. Future: Storrs. Hob- by: Painting. I.UCn.i.E SABLOFF IILHII is Phillip Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Or- chestral 12. 3, 432 Sllfllllsh Club 13, 45: French Club I-il. F11- ture: Storrs College. Hobby: Collecting Stamps. Iinwm S.u.MoN "Eddy"' 201 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Elec- trician. Hobbies: Electricity and mechanics. sr IRVING. .ov Z ' te' I' 145 Gilbert veiiue. eb fl :lt Troup. ctivities: L in ion Touch motbull ,' n 251 Cheniistr ' b 'l'11f'k ' 1 If ' ' Pe . 'tate. Ho " Soil n ing. 69 Hallock Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Class Football 42, 35. Future: NVesle- ynn. Hobby: Listening to Ra- dio. G Gnome SANDERS "S'rmdy" -I0 Elliott Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Hi-Y 42. 3, 413 Band 12, 3, 49: Chess and Checker Club 13, 43. Hobbies: swimming and stamps. A noufn SANTILLO "Sandy" 54 Bradley Avenue, Haniden. Prepared ut Helen Street School, Hmnden. Activities: Basketball ll. 27: Football Q3, 43: Itatlizln Club 131: Hockey HJ. Hobbies: Football, hockey and skating. Funn SANTOS USOIIIHIISH l-l Vernon Street. Prepared nt Troup. Activities: NV:-iters' Club 62, 31: Motto Club 125: Spanish Club 12. 3, -H: Tennis Team Hb. Future: Georgetown University. Hobbies: Golf and tennis. .-X NN.: SAPDRTIN "Ann" 165 Exchange Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Dram- atic Club C273 York Square Play- ers Cll: Janet M. Purdue Read- ing Circle! C 7: VVriters' Club 141: W'orld A airs Club HJ: Fu- ture: No n Al School. Hobby: Re ding fi .. ,. 'nn v. VS.-"II" P N 'Qiisf-. I xws Q. S ..q': f .- '15 .3 .-.Z.--.-rf -T '-t': f-iH"- 55-:Sq "NE-5':if17I:-:Sc , 1 2575-Yfff 3!E55'ri-:Fiflf-R73 , .. .,.,..g. ....,,., .,..,.,, ,, . I, 5 .t ..,.:.,., -1 .' ::- '.--: 11-: -- . :-' - -- .. -: :- -' ' 1.53. '-I. ':L ZH. 'aXf'f35:t': :.'.x'ff. 'Fr 'f'.-.- "' 1 -fd. I 4 ':-'- 1 ' '. 'J I - 'H 5?-31 s II' luqhxl L 'L-5.1 Wn.r.ARn SARLES "Bill" Dunbar Hill, Hamden. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Ride Club 135. Future: Commer- cial artist. Hobby: Sports. HELEN SASIN r1Hu Box 64. Orangel Prepared at Orange Grammar School, Orange. Activities: Chorus 125: French Club 13, 45: Foreign Af- fairs Club 145. Future: Normal School. Hobby: Hlstorlcal re- search. NATALIE SASLAFSKY ..f1.iNJy,. 56 Arch Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Dramatic Club 115: French Club 13, 45: Janet M. Purdue Reading Cir- cle 145. Future: Miss Smith's Kindergarten School. Hobbies: Sports and traveling. NIARION ' tl Clevelan . Pr Jared at Sh r n 'itlesz us 125: T i 3 : S inn ' Cub 145. 'ut : Albert gnus. Hob- bies Athletic. d swimming. PETER SAvisH Clnmkx S0 arc y Street. P pare at Trui . ,tivltiesz To h ball 115 n Team 5 Pu Club 125 ling' 145. s a Acad 61113 . N, . . W NTARGARET SAZAMA "J large" -I0 Dorman Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 135: Sec- retary of Janet M. Purdue Readlng Circle 145: York Square Players 145. Future: Normal School. llobhles: Basketball and dancing. X., AR N Louisa SCANLON "Midge" 24 Gill Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 115: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 135: Glee Club 135: German Club 145. Future: Hairdresser. Hob- bies: Dancing and swimming. RosALINn SCH.-xaritx ffkedll 99 Blake Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Debating Club 125: Chorus 125: French Club 135: Spanish Club 13, 45. Future: Fanny Smith's Kinder- garten School. Hobby: Dancing. Gi-:RTRUDE LORRAINE Srmrr "Geri" 141 Scranton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Debating Club 1253 Motto Club 125: Hock- ey 12, 35: "Der Deutsche Vere-ln" 135: Glee Club 135: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 135. Fu- ture: Fanny Smith's Kindergar- ten School. Hobby: Canaries. XIANUEI. Omvl-:R SCHIFFRIN M2 "Babu" 100 Gregory Street. Prepared at Bassett. .Actlvitiesz Motto Club 125: Dramatic Club 125: Champion Touch Football Team 125: Volleyball 12, 35: Spanish Club I3. 452 Assistant manager Football Team 135: Manager Football Team 145: lnter-Fra- ternity Council 145. Future: Colorado School of Mining. Hobby: XVater sports. l li 9: "int-. I PIE t::.r. ..,:3,.! ...-. ..-. EDWARD SCHILLAT 393 Bletchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Football 143. El.IzAnm'11 M. Scnmmr "Betty" 71 NVhitney Avenue. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Debating Club 11, 23: Tri- Y 11, 2, 43: Dramatic Club 11, ill: NVriters' Club 123: German Club 13, 43. Future: Interior Decorating at Pratt Institute. Hobby: Stamp collecting. bf.-XRJ omr E. Sch Nl-ILLE 111 E I B I 1'Midge" 1239 Fore t Road. 1 ' at Sheridan. . c 'vltiesz atic Clu Tft N to Cl .Ji York ' L .ti 1' '. i-Y 133: ol .: . , 43: Secretar n -' e Players 143: Swimm am 143: Bas- ketball Team 143. Future: Col- lege. Enrrn SCHNIRMAN T0 Lyon Stre Prepared at Orangeli et Sc l.Activities: Chorus 1 I -.H c Club 11, 23: Debut '5 ub 123: French Club 13, -ll. Future: College. Hobby: Reading. uEe In Donorux' Scuoerruau llD0tl! 10S Hawthorne Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Detroit, Mich- igan. Activities: Chorus 143: German Club 143. Future: Sim- mons College. Hobby: Swim- ming. :.g'::. 1 av- 'igqiyreltiei-3:E-ZZ-.'-1, f:'?Q2H:9: '-1:2 i ,E5vH5':i:':iS5i if. . 3:5155 5:::Qg,:,::z ff' --'.... ., . .. .- ' :-'. . .--,.- .:."Z -. --,- ' .'..j. l- :.,. -- ,-.,,--I . ...un 53:2 Ei za." Lv:-Siiitf Preis. '-:F '21-P.:1"E:'-' t r.'::1-' 4 -:rim ' -11' .ff - 'It X - Ihr X EDWARD SCHROEDER "Eddie" 253 Day Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Hockey Squad 123: Cross Country Team 133. Hobby: Athletics. ANNE ELIZABETH Scnumz frBph,yu 76 Shepard Street. Prepared at Dixwell .Avenue School. Ac- tivities: Motto Club 113: Volley- ball 113: Chorus 121: Glee Club 133: York Square Players 13, 43. Future: Hairdressing. Hobby: Poetry. SYLVIA B. Scn YcoN "Su1flv.r" 149 Cove S 'I 'epared at XVor t oc 'er. Activi- ties: Fre ch Club .., : YVorld dgfairs Club 143. Future: Uni- Ejsity of Pennsylvania. Hob- ies: Driving and reading. JAMES ScIAl.ABlx.Ax "lim m ie" 306 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Football 11, 23: Italian Club 133. Future: Connecticut Agricultu- ral College. Hobby: Ice-skating. CARMEN SEANNA "Buster" 6 Franklin Street. Prepared at Columbus. Future: West Point. Hobby: Swimming. . . .. -. . -- ....-.- . ., : -, . .'..,--,--g -3:1 3 - ..'.:.-J. L r 5. . I .l-I-ln -5-,ggi-9 5'-'1'-.-':-:-23?-'f-'f"5:'-- 2':' --'.f.'3'- 5:-'-J-. '-:3 ' '55--'-1-.'--E -i.: i ' .- .34-.P.-F-i:.-.::l:.-:-ws.. -- '1.- - - -uv-,-, - -x--.-f:-.. 1.--. - .- - '- ..,..,,., 1:4 -:vs--.-1-.1 -52:2--: . . ':':.::'-::.-:--11.'-' ::.- -- ,.-g: '- :.'.:z -. 1 --5 I -:L .n gg. -J., -,11ggg.:g: :.'.::'.. .-:e .-..-... .,.--..'.x. -..:. 4 --- . !:.'.... l:.::-.-. - 1 1 :.1. ..:'. Ik .-5:13. ,. . 3--:.:-' 5535? 0 A A ' . RALPH SERASTIAN1 lfscb!! 184 Chestnut Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Acti- vities: Debatim: Club 11, 25: Track Team 11. 2, 3, 45: Stamp Club 115: Football Team 11. 25: Dramatic Club 125: VVriters' Club 12. 35: Cross Country and 'l'rack 135: XVrestling Team 145: Spanish Club 145: Captain of Cross Country and Varsity Track Team 145. Future: Northwestern. Hobbies: Vifrl- ting and track. Aram S12GAl.OFF.hl E HAI... 516 al Aven uc. Prepa Sheri . Activities' .. a Clul 2. 5. 1 ' . bies: Ttainps si lmml V Icrokv Smvrnn X 41 Xvhitney 1 'nur-. Pre- pa d' . entc6'ille um Sch il. Activities ecr ry Mot . b 115: tin Team fl 3 Spanish 13. 45. Fu- tur Hartford ener Hospital. Hobby: Sk . SmoN SELEDENSKY Hsin Sli XVard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 12. 21. 45. Future: Further educa- tion. jf 1 .- f l .'.'1:t'xL"! ffdffff 551 PAUL SENDEROFF 270 Huntington Strcet. Pre- pared nt Bassett. Activities: Motto Club 125: Football 125: Baseball 125: French Club 145. Future: Storrs or Alabama. IYIARIO SETTE 35 Elliott Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chess Club 12. 3, 45: Rifle Team 13, 45. Fu- ture: Crlminologist. Hobby: Baseball. ALBERT LEON SHANKMAN Y A KD 1. A I., 102 Dawson Avenuc. NVest Haven. Prepared at 'l'rouD. Activities: Band 125: XVN-stling 'Foam 135. Future: 'University of Penn. Hobby: Boat building. Erma SHA1-mo, II E l'I ..Ed,, 573 Orange Street. Prepared at Orange Street Grammar School. Activities: Debating Club 115: President Debating Club 125: Orchestra 145. Fu- ture: Music. Hobby: Sketching. ESTHER Si-memo IIEJII 3383 WVhitnev Avenue, Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Carmel Grammar School. Activities: Dramatic Club 11. 25: German Club 13. 45: .Tanet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 45. Future: Study medicine in New York. Hobby: Science. Cu ARLOTTE S HEARER "C llo1.ri" 116 Hobart Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Aero Club 145. Future: Smith Col- lege. Hobbies: Swimming and diving. L H.: 11.531-1-.-34.15.-:. -,T f','.'-:-I3-5. 1535: -gg ' 35:33 . 51-:-:h':'g23 Q: ::: I .g.g:3.'5: 55:33-31:5 :-QQ-1 5'.h:7:42ijI ..:.:5Ek: ......E:. .. .P J: .EE-:?:. q:?:i:: .- :H ..g:::..:.:. ..: Fi :AI -.af S.. W ll. Z. ::.5:.. . -:g.gP:,:.-b N. . .':.:. .N-:e X . -5:. -.-. .1 -.lr -:vs-95.3 me-:. :-sr :-:-.:::- :: :.-.:f:c: ::::- I 1 '::"1 '. .:-:-::. -af..-ss: 2 -f . . .. fe. . ll- -,sate 5.5.51 -gli fig.: i .. I , , .iii " EDWARD S. SHIA Emu SHEARER "Ed" H'El!l, 116 Hobart Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Aero Club 141. Future: Smith Col- lege. Hobby: Swimming. VINCENT Si-IEEN ulyvinu 9 Frank Street. Prepared at Nathan Hale School. Activities: Science Club 111: Aero Club 12. 3. 41: Basketball 121: Hockey Team 13. 41. Future: Aviation College. 1-lobbies: Aviation and boating. Fimucizs SHEI-A1-IN "Dofty" 201 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club 1-41. Future: Nor- mal School. Hobby: Sports. SAME SI-IEIIATIN, II E II n'Baau 452 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. -Activities: Dramatic Club 121: NVrlters' Club 1213 York Square Players 13. -11. Future: American Acad- Ollll' of Dramatic Arts. Hobby: Drawing, Anxotn Smznnv "1-alrnl' 71 James Street, Hamden. Prepared at Centerville Gram- mar School. Activities: Rifle Team 141. Future: College. Hobbies: Swimming. football, and tennis. 346 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 121: Varsity Basketball 12. 3. 41: Hi-Y 12, 31: Radio Club 121: Soccer Team 131: Nvorld Af- fairs Club 141: Captain Soccer Team 141. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Sports. KATliR1'N VIRGINIA SHIELDS K M F. nxfayv 159 Atwater Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Glee Clllb 1213 French Club 13. 412 Trl-Y 13, 41: Chorus 141. Fu- ture: Normal School. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. Ros:-:MARY SHIELDS, K M 2 "Bailey 159 Atwater Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Vol- leyball 121: French Club 13, 41: Tri-Y 141. Future: Larson's. Hobby: Swimming. ELEANOR SHLISSEL "SlIli.v" 25 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Dram- atic Club 121: Debating Club 121: York Square Players 13, 41: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13. 41: French Club 141. Fu- ture: Dramatics at Hunter Col- lege. Hobbies: Dramatics and sports. In 1 f Enwlxnn F. Suovlz ffpcpli 120 Tryon Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Or- chestra 13, 41: Wrestling 13, 41. Future: Forestry. Hobbies: Music and hiking, H .. ...I .Inu .-.-"'. 5-f..-':-J,--,-'s. '-5-l-.. .g- -:-,I N --'-22:-. .-1 . za fr'-Si.-3 -5, Q. :L . e. w az..-.: I -,vt 'Elia '.':".: ' 2. "f- "-1'-3'-'2'.'5'-' TRW 'c . a ' -"'. ',:,':n:.'.I:,'.,'f1' 1 ,- 1 ' . . -gg. L...-. nu-.. u Q ..- J:-3: -.fc ' 3... .. I I .-.- 5 s Q is -' 5 S 1 -. :T off.: ,.,. ,, ,,fE..., 'I x 25 -!:'.f5f. -J? :i1'5:1'.'E:: I :'::. I : -:t.i'. 1' -' " ' -1' r ll. 'ax Y- x Q I ,. 1 5, .'-4 RUTH ROSALI NI7 SHTOOTMAN "Sioolir" 30 Avon Street. Prepared at Troup. -Activities: Chorus 12. 47: Glee Club 137: Spanish Club 13, 47: French Club 137. Future: Pratt Institute for Librarians. Hobbies: Dancing. swimming and singing. i X X L7 in 56.47, g gLlaEonoaE Snumxvav JH' I "Teddy" Sy 538 Central Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: VVorld N Affairs Club 147. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Golf. IRWIN SIEGEI.. Y A QI: "Sm-gui!" 179 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Viiriters' Club 127. Future: Yale. CHARLES SILKOFF "Shorty" 32 Admiral Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Orches- tra 12, 37. Future: Alabama. Hobby: Swimming. JULIUS SILKOFF "Julie" 32 Admiral Streeet. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Hockey 127. Future: Alabama. Hobby: Basketball. N-I-1-1-1-ss Aiett BELLE SILKOVICH "Pennant" 123 Minor Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Debating Club 117: Dramatic Club 117: Volleyball 127: French Club 13, 47: Italian Club 147. Future: Grace Hospital. Hobby: Read- ing. FRANK SILVER "Sliz.'cr" 12 VVa.verly Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 127. Future: Boston University, Harvard Law School. Hobbies: Traveling and adventure. HELEN FRANCES SILVER "Sunny" 12 Vlfaverly Street. Prepared at Troup. -Activities: Orches- tra 12. 3. 47: VVon Biology Prize 127: Hlllhouse Trio 13. 47: Ac- companlst for Chorus 147: Ger- man Club 147: XVorld Affairs Club 147. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Playing piano and swimming. BENJAMIN SILVERMAN Y A fb A "Bruiser" 144 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Vice- President Debating Club 127: Dramatic Club 127: XVriters' Club 12. 37: "Sentinel" 12, 3. 47: Gorman Club 13, 47. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sleeping late. JOSEPH P. SIMALUNIS "Sim" .1 200 James Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Future: Travel. Hobby: Swimming. '1 reefs:-.wt-::.':-'a-.'-1 sssli aff?:1'1i12:.25f:'13? :ie III :I-1:fS:':s -:-,:g.T -- .: j:j.:3:Q -.gggfgs . 1531125 .-1.-:rg-.5 :. D ,. ., ..:.:g' .. .'.j.g:, 1 ' Z" ' -ig--' :in .-Vfv::f:x': 2.-.:-:-1. '-:T .-Z-.'.:.::g:.'-.:-A. -Sir-' l 4 NZMJ. 'ziatvuzlhqyjihl sb '..'-' --.- It . -zz- rf-f . . -ga,-. ...-1... .f.t., .:::- G:.:4 :::.f,' -:si-. -' A A s :xii JOHN Few SIMMONS "S i1IHHOikS'u 630 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Hi-Y 135: Cross Country Team 133. Fu- ture: University of Southern California. Hobby: Basketball. ,iorix Smoxl "J0lmnic"' IS Richmond Street. East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union Gram- mar School, East Haven. Ac- tivities: Swimming Team 1-U. Future: Park's Air College. Hobby: Model Aeroplane Bulld- mg. .2 of -" JEANNESIMONS NTP nj ' U Dx C., came S12 Orange Street. Prepared at Yvorthington Hooker. Acti- vities: Stump Club 11. 27: Dram- atic Club 11, 23. Hobbies: Swimming and bridge. Gsonos H. SIMPSON, A A E "ShijIy" 192 Edwards Street. Prepared at Taft School. Activities: Hockey 'Tezun 12, 3, -D: Golf Team 143: Chorus 145. Future: Vnivvrsity of North Carolina. llobby: Swimming. Lrzsrin F SING!-zu, gb B - 2 ' st - "' ' ' 'rr L ' '- ': ' 2 - pio . ip So r Team 125: M to " -' ' 0: 1 J: ni 1 ag a etbalN13D: ap- 3! 2 7 Ch t Du Pupared at Att x State Ch lm lb Track Team Soec , f am 3 Ass py Da '. In'ter- ater- nity Cou . X . 4 3 U' Club 145: Glxf' l b 43. u ez Georgia Tech. obby Yau - ing. LIRSULA HELEN SKINNER "Sue" 279 Tyler Street. East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Grammar School. Activities: Motto Club 129: Spanish Club 13, 413 Aero Club 147. Future: Columbia. Hobbies: Driving and being dif- ferent. Gexsvnavr Sxomzo "Jr1my" 774 State Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus School. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobbies: Read- ing and swimming. KENNETH SLATE "Plato" 7 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High School. Hobby: Football. Ismxex. SLONIMSKY HINFVJJ 259 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Future: Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Sports. Iswoa SMALL ltlgli 201 Vvard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Soccer Team 13, 45: VVorld Affairs Club 149. Future: Michigan. Hobby: Horseback riding. :'f'Y'.':1f ffrii '-Pri ' :? 'rif1fI:-:5Y'.1fi3 ff- 1 Sf?-Yrfi 0 -'fi -.:::' 152.-4525. Q..-2 F42-2.2163fi'-:.1:2'. 5,-5.51 . -::.21. L55-22, .-3,5-3:33-F 3-5 , jak' ' we A - - .:.f.:.5 ELLEN SMEIILRY 22 Barnett Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Yale Art School. CLARENCE SMITII "SmiHy" 1985 Dlxwell Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Centerville Grani- mar School. Activities: Motto Club UD: Chorus ell: Glee Club 1-U. Future: Electrical Engi- neer. Hobby: Parties. U Doxaorn v E. S M ITII h "Dain Orange. Conn. Prepared at Orange Grammar School, Or- ange. Activities: Debating Club 121. Future: Xvestern Mary- land College. Hobby: Swim- ming. Doaortu' MAY SMITH nD0tn 131 Bradley Avenue. Prepared at Helen Street School. Ham- den. Activities: I-lome Econ- omics Club tell. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Skating: ELIZABETH XV. SMITH "Lis" 131 Bradley Avenue, Humden. Prepared at Helen Street Gram- mar School. Activities: Orches- tra CD: Home Economics Club 143. Future: Grace Hosptal. Hobby: Outdoor sports. Croatia E. SlKllT1l, A cb Q "Sm iflhv " 26 Bishop Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Bund tl. 2, 3, -0. Future: Study Metallurgy. Hobbies: Swimming and sailing. GEORGE RAYMOND SMITH , If ' U . Smxlfi' ' :M 647 George S t. 're . at Trout. Fu : 's or Yule H ,': X 0 . X ,SMITH lfLCc!l 103 Bradley Street. East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrlsh Gram- mar School. Activities: Spanish Club 149: Aero Club 443. Fu- ture: Columbia. Hobbies: Swim- ming and dancing. NVARREN T. SMITH "SnIilf3"' 39 Cottage Street. Prepared at Meriden High School. Acti- vities: Track 145: Basketball HJ. Future: Civil Engineering. NIARY SOBY 222 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. tiv les: F ch C t4 3 d ff u Q43 ut ' ph l' Sc o Nursing. Hobby Sports. .. .... 1--.. . L.'--."!'-'.-:-.-- -2: :- -::, . ::. f. -. - z-:::-1: is '-ku 1-pg.. r.:-A J.. ...3 Q:-,V 6 s 0 .H- '. ii" .... .. .. . .... ..- ..... S .. Wn.L1,x n SOLIMENO "SoIIi" 135 Portsen. Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Touch Football 113: Baseball 113: Ital- ian Club 13. 43. Future: Chemist Hobbies: Baseball. basket- ball. swimming and track. THEODORE JOSEPH Sommer: "Trd"' 48 Salem Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Mot- to Club 113: Spanish Club 13. -13. Future: Notre Dame. Hobby: Bowling. RIARVIN SPATZ "rlIarz"' 52 Fairfield Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Manager of Fencing Team 133: Chemistry Club 143. Future: Shefheld Scientific School. Hobby: Art. CHARLOTTP: AiATll.DA Srszzaxo Northford, Conn. Prepared at North Branford Center School. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Sewing, JEANNI-L AIARIE Srmxrsi "SnifPpy', 5 Lake Place. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Debating Club 113: Chorus 11. 2. 43: Italian Club 13. 43: French Club 13, 43. Future: Cornell University. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. Wn.L1A1u STAN-rox "Bin" 15:3 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Academy of The Sa- cred Heart. Nvorcester, Mass. Activities: Chorus 113: Touch Football 11, 23: 'Assistant Base- ball Manager 123: Glee Club 123. Future: Holy Cross. Hob- by: Athletics. ,TACK Sriarn "Glm.vf" , 105 Brownell Street! repared at Troup. Activities: dio Club 123: Secretary Radio lub 133: York Square Players 13, 43: Gym Team 13. 43: Aero Club 133: President Radio Club 143: Vice-President Aero Club 143. Future: Aeronautical Engineer. Hobby: Amateur Radio Opera- tor. RAYMOND Sraavrs "MoI1na'k" 22 NVelcOme Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Golf Team 133: Baseball Team 143. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. BARBARA LOUISE STEIN IIEH "Babs" 176 Linden Street. Prepared at Clifton Grammar School. Ac- tivities: Writers' Club 12. 43: Dramatic Club 123: Debating Club 123: York Square Players 13. 43. Future: Connecticut Col- lege for 1Vomen. Hobbies: Horseback riding and dancing. Jossrnms ROSE STEIN ujo-a 83 NVhalley Avenue. Prepared at Troup. -Activities: Dramatic Club 123: Chorus 143: French Club 143. Future: Columbia University. Hobbies: Dancing and reading. .J -4 va:-1e'::.1:e-:sg.'zc.-.- rs-:sax-1. 11-: 2 '-5e1?Z'-5-NYE? 5122 Ill. -:-:refer 3-12:2-:ras EZ-23:33-F-' ,-g.':-., "r. ,g -nys.-. gg-ay '-1 :.::.-1. .' - ' -- ,-::',f--". ,..-g,., -'J fl- - 5-.:1z'-24' 5:1-.:"! . A -'-.1.' Z.'I'.'.:-'. fu' 'I .--:1 5: 7-'-Z1 -x Y -.: '15 ':.. -.. :.. .i-.. -Az...f.:: ....:'.. .-:: .-....- ... .. .v.. -..g, 4 -.. . .:.'..', xx.:--.H ' . 1 ,.,., f 9, L Il. I' .Qin-EX ":55g, .'Iqz"I' 'ii-,O A s 4 5?-'i a,- .'Xiu.ENr. STERNBERG 19 Compton Street. Prepared at St. Mnry's Academy. Activi- ties: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13. 45: Greek Club 145: French Club 145. Future: Teaching. GLA STEVENS. E N E Q ' I' pared Troup. Act' i ie : - ket Team 125: Spanis , ub ' 'ork Square Pla s 135: S mining Team 145 future: Emma Xvillard School. Hobby: Athletics. A4 drift? n " ti ' t' 1 I,.xtfnA E. STIRLING, B. T.- 109 Killdeer Road. Hamden. Prepared at Sheridan. Activi- ties: Basketball 125: Glee Club 135: Competition Editor "senti- nel" Editorial Board 145: Sec- retary Tri-Y 145: Chorus 145. Future: Vassar. Hobby: Ten- nis. M Am' STOLMAN "Alai", 1965 Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Bas- ketball Team 125. Future: Col- umbia College. Hobbies: Danc- ing and sports. ti Maajonnz Sroxiz "Midge" 525 Nifinthrop Avenu Pre- pared at ou. 1 tivities: Motto If ub 1 . . J. R. 125: Fe elk u 3, 45. Future: Pkg sti te. Holi :Swim- min . BERN.xRn Srnanlm' "Stitch cs" -16 Viiatson Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: French Club 145: WVrestling: Team 145. Future: Travel. Hobbies: Ships and fishing. IXNNA Srmasmsnm 129 Newhall Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Chorus 125. Future: Business. Hob- bies: Swimming and ice skating. CLARKE Srlurkinxnn "Lucky" 135 French Avenue. East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Grammar School. Activities: Motto Club 115. Future: Cor- nell. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE XVALTER STRUZYNSKI QNSIQQ 1 . Sutton Street, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Grammar School. Activities: Touch Foot- ball 115: Aero Club 13. 453 Xvrestling Team 145. Future: Curtiss lVright School of Avia- tion. Hobbies: Literature and physical culture. Pnvtus STUART, B. T.- I B I rrphyllu . Cherry Street. Cheshire. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Dramatic Club 1253 Manager basketball Team 135: Y. NV. J. R. 1252 "Sentinel" Business Board 13. 45: Tri-Y 13, 45: Bas- ketball 1453 Swimming Team 145. Future: Duke University: Hobbies: Swimming and danc- ing. M' .f.:!5- J.. ...-.H ..- - -:. -y -st: N x-,x .W V 'ge5:-'ewan-411:15-.-.2 551235 N N 5 s-rfqfgsj Q "-23:1 .1 Q.: :z-..2,-5:25 gag:-5 , '3-:,z':- :11- 2- , ,..,: :,,q.-.11 -, 131-li. 1 ,, I 25:-" ':2. -.. :!, 117, -Aw..-:zz '.::-.. -:n '..-. s -..:. 4 I -- . .-.-... l..:...-. - . 3315- II. "'5'-Q 41.-:i g E R CHRISTOPHER J. SULLIVAN "Chirk" 224 Dixwell Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Future: Connecti- cut College of Pharmacy. Hob- by: Reading. JOHN SULLIVAN ll-lark!! 223 Dwight Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Basket- ball 125. Hobby: Golf. L-IARGARET Stvi.LIv , K M S, 1. P egg-v l 103 Linden t ed at Orange Str It ctl- vities: Ch 12, ' York Square ' 1 X 5' rlters' Club 14 utu 5iAlbertus Magnus. obbies: . ennis and swimming. , M ARY ELIZABETH St'1.L1vAN E N E "BcHy" 28 Linden Street, Prepared at Vvorthington Hooker. Acti- vities: Motto Club 125: Drain- atic Club 125: French Club 13, 45: Chorus 145: York Square Players 145. Future: NVilliam and Mary College. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. W ILLIAM A. S L'1.i.1vAN "Bill" 1733 Xvhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Aero Club 135: Span- ish Club 145. Future: Univer- sity of Detroit. Hobby: Aero- planes. KATHRYF SUTTERLIN "Ka .vi " 162 Lexi n Avenue. Pre- pared a air Haven. Activi- ties' F nch Club 135: Aero Club 145. Future: Albertus Magnus. Hobby: lcc Skating. HELEN SWIATEK 64 Pearl Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: Chorus 145. Future: Nurse. Hobbies: Reading and singing. Jon N SWIATEK "Swansea" 64 Pearl Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Activities: Or- chestra 115. Future: Lehigh University. Hobbies: Baseball, basketball and music. HYAIAN SXVINKIN .fHy,, 51 Arch Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: German Club 13, 45. Future: New York University. Hobbies: Block printing, ping-pong and basket- ball. NATHAN SWINKIN UNM., 51 Arch Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: German Club 135. Future: Pittsburgh University. Hobby: Swimming. IA 1 KFS 1 , 2 Nr u Prepared at o ell ti 1. Debating ' Gerimn Club 41 ers 4,lub 4-I1 Future Col Xjege Hobbies Surmmlng and row ing BLANCHE Szrrl 1110 46 Vernon Street Prepfrred at 'Troup Activities Writers Club 421 Motto Club 421 Chorus 42 Xollewball Team 49 'Z Happx Days 431 Hockey leam 441 Swimming Tenm 441 Future -xrnolds College Hob by Stamp collecting TFNNHF LIAE TADDFO Cmlr 360 Peck Street Prepared at Fan Haxen Actixltres Chorus 441 Orthestro. 4-41 Janet M Purdue Reading Circle 441 Greek Club 441 Sllllllllllllg' Club 441 Future St Raphaels Hos prtal or Normal School Hob bles Music and sunnmmg DOROTHX '1 xRrrL.x KIDOVI 24,2 VVe arel Street Pre pared a ssett vltres Spanl h C 441. NV d Affairs Clu Fu r Columbia Hobbi Dancm and swrrn ming ALB! RT T xr x HAI.. 548 Woodward Avenue Pre pared at Woodward School Ac trvities Soccer 411, Baseball 411, Basketball 411, Wrestling 431 Future Vvllliam and Marv Hobbres Golf and Swimming i --'-:.r. .1 " ::-.':P.-j:.:. 1:::':-5 . . ':':.1:.Jg-'--::'z'-: 51'-L ...- -:g, ' ', gg. :, r, - r':::-zz: L'-::'.. -'r -'-.-.-. Z:r.'.:': . -,'gJ 4 -..". -,ti-.,. Ill. "3-nah 5755.3 l:--- I f ,. , f -1 M , A f " 'ze . Y. '10.. 6 ' ' 8 . ' - -I I . . K . 5 . L . Q if H- U 4 ' . I . , , . I A I f . 413 ' .' -. -. -UZ .. b, . -- . 1- . - . . I , rr l In 3 ' 1 . . . . - I V : v' ' . . r , I.oUrse-TATOR, A A 50 Morris Cove Road. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Motto Club 421: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 43, 41. Future: Mt. Holyoke. Hobby: Finger waving. EM MA GWENDOLYN TAYLOR "Baba" 87 Marlboro Street. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Ac- tivities: Captain Volleyball Team 431: Chorus 441. Future: Mercy Hospital, Philadelphia. Hobbies: Dancing and blues singing. FRED TAYLOR "Fritz" 810 Orchard Street. Prepared at Bassett. Future: Electrical Engineer. Hobby: Building ra- dlos. Enwmm S. Tr-:RRACINO "Baron" X 27 Hurlburt et. Prepared at Truman. , A 'ri e - 1 s Che k r 1. 'u ure: irreerlr1g. Hobby: 0l'tS. Nr- ox It TERRX 3 Z B "Curly 34 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Football 42, 31: Baseball 4213 Soccer 43, 41: Spanish Club 431: Track 441: Treasurer Spanish Club 441. Future: Duke University. Hob- by: Engineering. w 'fcq:5'ge:1::::-g:.'5.jq-g.:' firaiiii- 1 ii. l . :I-253:55 . ',1 3,-.-'.-.4 -3,5 -.-4 - pg- .: ., .. ,-:.n. . :.. - . .:-.- - ..--.--, - - -- - - .--..- .-- -,-. -....Z-': . :-.,1.--.:.-:73.-.- ..: ..-2: .,,...:: .-, . -3- -5, gg, . gp, -J-.gv::-:az :.'.:.-'.. -rf -'..-.-. ....-..'.x. -..:, 4 I-.. . ..:..., lg.:...-. - l 1 U Slug , lu. .,::51:11 --'l-Ee, ' fr'-':':. .2355-. N " ' ' 551122 ESTHER TESSLER flTessU S50 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 129: Writers' Club 12, 33: Debating Club 121: York Square Players 13, 45. Future: 'Frain for 'l'et'hnician at New Haven Hospital. l-lobby: Chemistry. Samir C. '1'nEMr-ER "Sarrn" 181 Scranton Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Dram- atic Club 11. 23: Chorus 123: NVriters' Club 12, 35: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 41: VVorld Affairs Club 145. Fu- ture: Connectleut College for NVolnen. llobby: Dancing. HEI.EN TIIORIPSON, tb H X "Irish" 349 Peck Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Home Economics Club 12, 3, -U. Fu- ture: St. Raphrtel's Hospital for Nursing. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. PAUL THOMPSON "Skinny" S0 Barnett Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Hi-Y 12, 3, 43: York Square Players 13, -U. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Baseball. 1Wl?oX'ffli" T avi PAUL T. THOMPSON Gilbert Avenue, Hamden. Pre- pared at Dunbar Grammar School, Hanlden. Activities: Chorus 115. Hobby: Reading. Future: Storrs. IQEUEI. liuulmit THOMPSON "Rudy" High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Foxon Grammar School. -Activities: Touch Foot- ball Uh: Rifle Team 12, 33. Fu- ture: WVilliam and Mary Fores- try College. Hobbies: Hunting and iishing. XAVIER JOHN THOMPSON 275 XVest Ivy Street. Prepared at Bassett. DAVID Tu URSTON r1Da'Ueu 140 Gorham Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Bassett. Activi- ties: Chemistry Club 1-il. Hoh- by: Stamp collecting. JOHN TIERNEY "Jack" 487 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Business College. Hobbies: Horseback ri- ding and swimming. EvEI.vN TOELLE, dn 2 UEIZVW u 40 Fairmount Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Motto Club 121: York Square Players 133: Swimming Team 13, 433 Publicity Manager York Square Players 145: "De:- Deutsche Verein" -il. Future: Larson's College. Hobbies: Swimming and dramatics, MM w::s':e1fs:::1:-'fa'-1, iw- :sex fi-2 i '-fvevrwr-25i:'1? if. . fr-ries: gr-r: .22n::h35:-' ":'-iI:'- 1: .-- .v..::-ex. :hiss 1:::fa::1f'--:fin-:' :::Y1- .2 .. .-: -'-:-:aiu " :rs-H w ':3. -.. :L 'ni -.A:'::b:x: -Mr.. .fu -'..-.-. .23-'-2'-h nd! 4 -..'. !::.:.. "..:':..-. - i : sl- . :sas . I 1- -...,ev1: ""-Ex-t .ii-'Sli' - -E!,g'::. 55:1-. tilt- C7112 ' .. 5 A 5 5 . X. HEl.EN TOLMAN, A A 449 Norton Parkway. Pre- pnred at Troup. Activities: Hockey 125: Tri-Y 125. Future: LaSalle Junior College. Hob- bies: Golf and horseback riding. ANGRI 'n -xsmo "Tomi: ' ' . 4 . 0 B .-f r . Prepared at nmn. Activities: Orchestra . 2, 3, 45: lwlanager Football Team 125: Astronomy Club 125: Chorus 135: French Club 145. Future: lVesleyan. Hobbies: Music und tennis. .-Xinrma L. '1'oNrR 1609 Chapel Street. Prepared nt Troup. Activities: Honors 11. 2, 35: French Club 1-I5: Greek Club 145. Future: Col- lege, Hobbies: Art and horse- back riding. HENRY' TORN nano 70 Adeline Street. Prepared at Truninn. Hobby: Baseball. XVALTER Towns "Walt" 397 Dixwell Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Aero Club 125. Future: -Aviation. Hobbies: Model airplane making and hiking. JOHN 'l'owNsrzNn "Johnny" 1855 Chapel Street. Prepared nt Sheridan. Activities: Honors 11, 21: Band 145. Future: Yale. Hobbies: Chess and tennis. LILLIAN TRI-:ANDAFILIDES 543 Orchard Street. Prepared at Wintlmrop Junior High School. Future: St. Rnphael's Hospital. Hobbies: Tennis and dancing, MARY TREANDAFILIDES 5-13 Orchard Street. Prepared at Winthrop Junior High School, Trl-Y 143. Hobbies: Dramntics and dancing, ELEA Non Mmm: Tnmcn m. 137 Stnrr Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Spanish Club 13. 45. Future: Columbian University. Hobby: llnnc-ing: Gi-zokci-: STA Nrsms TREMRICKI "Stas" 90 Livingston Street. Prepared at Hopkins and New Hampton. Activities: Hi-Y 145: Le Cercle Francais 145: Tennis 145, Fu- ture: Yale or Amherst. Hob- bies: Golf and tennis. .. x x I Y Q - Q 1 s -'-'-r:1'-.gm-.-..-:s1.-:.-.:' .-'-ears:-r. 255-:Li 11: ' '-:eL:1"1"T:i.Ii?: 1'--: 1 :ll l - :I'T:5i:E5 :Fit Q:3.?F:?::-::s.1 15.2 . U., 1... I .. ag.-,.., I-n ,hw -.. .,,,3,,:-3. 16.53 -...J Il- . ..,. -- --,,...- ,,-,.. ...-.dx ' '53-JU -1 'Q : ': .-.--:-A -zz: . N ':-:.z:--: ' - 1 I.: ' ' . .--:1 I' f-'-11 -'1 .' I -:P '.::' 'C' :L :ld .A5.:::g:u 5.-.:-ru .N ,-nn., ng.-.5-,M 3.4: g -.. . !J.'.... nL.:!..'. - 1 r.-. N 2-,. Ir. ..A. t. .z..f.':: "'5E'f1b, .iff " EF,fg':.- v MEREOI1' H TURNER "Meri" 172 Grand View Avenue, Hain- den. Prepared at Church Street School, I-Iamden. Activities: Hi-Y 121: Aero Club 133. Hob- bies: Hockey and aviation. HECKSHER TWEED. F A ill "HrrkIr" , 146 Cleveland Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Hock- ey Team 12, 313 Vice-President Inter-Fraternity Council 131. Future: Dartmouth. NI.-XRY E. TYLER. E N E uBeHyn -127 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Future: Normal School, Hobbies: Tennis and swimming. , EDXVARD THEODORE URB.-XNSKI "Edward T." 13 Alton Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Varsity Basketball 125: Football 13. 41: Varsity Basketball 13, -il. Future: School of State Po- lice. Hobbies: Military arts and sciences. JOHN URBANSKI "folnm-y" 13 Alton Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Foot- ball 12, 3, 41: Basketball 12. 3, 43: Baseball 12, 3. -0: Track 12, 31: Captain of Track 143. Fu- ture: Holy Cross. Hobby: Look- ing over Hillhouse Class Books. FRANCIS PRESTON LTRQUHART "SroHy" 65 Hazel Street. Prepared at Aquinas High, Columbus, Ohio. Transferred to Hillhouse Sep- tember 1932. Future: Univer- sity Professor. Hobbies: Sports and sleep. THEODORE F. VRNSICKLES rrTl,d,1 52 Florence Avenue. Prepared at Nathan Hale School. Future: Boeing Air School. Hobbies: Yachting and aviation. DOROTHY XYANSTEENBERGEN UDUV, 375 Skiff Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen Gram- mar School. Activities: Swim- ming 1-U: Skating 143. Future: Normal School. Hobbies: Swim- ming and driving. f KL .oe-Lf Cf . X' GEQRGE X71-TITCII "Coast" . A 31 County Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Soccer 113: Basketball 11, 3, 43: Baseball 11. 2. 3, -0. Future: Holy Cross. Hobby: Athletics. LYDIA XIERRILL, cb H X .fLyd.. 375 Thompson Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Merrich Grammar School. Activities: Home Economics Club 12, 3, 49: Basketball Team 129: Volleyball Team 125: President State Home Economics Club 1-ll: Chorus 141: Aero Club 1-U: York Square Players 1-ll. Fu- ture: Art School. Hobby: "Hobbies". . :. . I . - . . . . . . ':'fi15':e1's:Zf:2f!f!-t-2 ,2x??5':1I:2if5Y' Q ml' 1325555 '1 ': :-- .'f-Wi fi3:"'-' . ':-' ff-I'-".-H 2' " ..--' J- '.'-1" - 'I' ff- T 5'5" 'SL '-S. QL tif. 'Nrrfii '::.a'5f. '-:F -T.-.-."' ' x 'i:. 4 -..". !:Z'..!. z'.::Z.-. - z J. Q .'-'. I . . 13121241 9: A .1 .521 ' -gn. -Zi' '52-E' Fifi-, "-335: 1:-.E ' -:::' at . s . -523 PHILIP LEROY XIETRONE NLUCDJ 147 Greene Street. Prepared at Columbus. Future: Aviator. Hobby: Aviation. XVILLIAM XWIRSHUP "Bill" 496 Vvhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Future: .Aviation School. R .Ni-1 K T: --YN XIISEL 2153 I l 'enue, Ham- el. V ' Centerville r ma 'J . mol. Future: Smith C l --1 Hobby: Swim- ming. JULIAN XFITALI . iz E' ff ll 1 N Jay'wc' 21Z5'iaprd :Street Prepared at .'l'roup.-ekottivitlesz Aero Club 123. .,Futurd': Dartmouth. 'Hob- bles: Swimming and hunting. ELIZABETH R. Voos, cb 2 "Bt-Hy" 959 Elm Street. Prepared at eridan. Activities: Volleyball 123: French Club 131: Chorus 12, -0: York Square Players 135: German Club 143: Vice-Presb dent York Square Players 1-D. Future: Lasell Seminary. Hob- by: Dramatlcs. .AILEEN XV.-XFFENSMITH 1214 Chapel Street. Prepared at Santa Fe High School. Ac- tivities: Swimming Team 13l: Spanish Club 131: 'Fri-Y 13, -IJ. Future: Tufts College. Hobby: Sports. JOHN XVAGNER, Q S, nnyaygieu 98 VVinchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Football 129: Hockey 125: Base- ball 125: Spanish Club 13, 43: Track 13, -ll: Cross Country 135: NVater Polo 1-D: Basketball 141: Hi-Y 145. Future: University of Alabama. Hobby: Parachute jumping. ELEANOR IRENE XVALDERS II E Il 1 1'fI'ln 422 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 125: York Square Players 13, 41: Chorus 143. Fu- ture: American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Hobbies: Danc- ing and dramatics. SHEPHERD XVALKER "Sn:-p" G25 NVhitneY Avenue. Pre- pared at Booker 'Washington in Virginia. Future: Study Law. Hobby: Basketball. ELLEN lf.-XRIE XVALSH UIVKIISIIN-I , . ' ' x 37 Beacon Street Hnfmden. Prepared at Chuy 1 Street School, Hanlden. -'xbtiVluPS1 Y. W. J. R. 11J:,Stamp Club ti, 21: Chorus 1.12, V45-3. .Volleyball 12, 3, 4x:,n1ee.f12i?h' mg French Club 13Jf'QTnnt3 --M. Purdue Reading Circloxjil. Future: Normal School. ajgqgs .::1.-.1-:I-1-.:.' 'P . -I ... . ... . .-:aiu- ' "EP: ----gr. 'un'-I .... . '1:.'!' RITA XVALSII, K M 2 I B I 192 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 133: "Sentinel" Editorial Board Gi, 411 Vice-President ln- ter-Sorority Council Hb. Fu- ture: Simmons College. Hob- by: Swimming. TnoM.xs J. XVALSH " Tommy" T05 Dlxwell Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Football Team 42, 3, -il: Baseball Team L2. 3, ll: Spanish Club 133. Fu- ture: Fordham University. Hob- bies: Playing football and buse- bull. M.xRo,xRm ELIZAHETII XVARNER 7 Alden Av pared nt S er' .2 'lee Club Q., : Chorus J: Tri- ' - ture: Al 'c . Hobbies: Urnw ng, ennis. Cnssri-:R J. NVASIELEWSKI "'Cl1arlvs" 'Ill Mill River Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus School. Fu- ture: Institute ot' Technology. Hubby: Sports. M ICIIAEI. XVAsi'I.vK "Was" S0 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus Hb. Future: Carnegie 'l'eeh. Hobbies: Swimming and foot- ball. ., L . x-.ze Y . . I . ... h- W '. : . ...-: ia-:Za:15s'5-515 . 212.3 3' :'::' e . '- HEl.EN A. Wfvraus 1029 Vvhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at acre Heart ch . Bnsto It ssacl se s Activi- ties: mr Sq lar Uayers 13, -ll: Fre ch C b . Future: Pem- brs e. y: XVatching ein- b 'rass people. PHYLLIS Xl-'A1'RoUs. A A I B I "Phi-1" 400 Norton Parkway. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: "Sentinel" Q2, 3, ll. Future: Connecticut College. Hobbies: Golf and driving. JAMES H. XVEBB "Petr" 1919 Vifhitney Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Hamden. Activities: 'Fennis fl, 2, 3, -U3 Baseball Cl. 27: Swimming QD: Hockey 123: Hi-Y 13, 47. Future: Amherst. l-lobbies: Tennis and reading. V.-u.i2Rv H. XVi:nis "Little 1I'vIair" 1819 VVhitney Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Spring Glen Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Aero Club 129. Future: Colgate. Hobbies: Swimming and reading. CHARLES H. XVRnm: NC-hapu 70 VVoodla.wn Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen Gram- mar School, Hamden. Activi- ties: Glee Club 123: Chorus 123: Xvriters' Club HJ. Future: Ala- bama. Hobby: Model airplanes. x : I 'f-1:-:5'g5:2::,'.':.' 5 :q-,'.:' rg-'iii-2-. Esiaki 229 1 '-!vL::1:'-15.25 :W . 5:-15315 -' i'?-f:E2,I5:2i- ..--:. -13 - '--I.-,g,. ,.,.'g.., - .g-.1.,g-',, 3-:.:', . .. .- .- .'.,.' . ...g-..-'.-.- .-.'.....'u., -:'- - ' 'I r':.-'-':--J' zu: -- . . 11-.:' -' 1 ': J' ' -' ..-- :- .. 1 . .-I- 5g:. '?: zlf.. -mv::.::: ::.:'5'3. 'fl' :: :.'-1:-:t. -.'::: 4 er,-. ::, I-.-.:':..-1 - .-' : .-.1. .. Jafar, , Il. -,.:J51i' --'-at 41.-:fri "'111:, :,::' -'rr'--::. .f:::Z-. Agn' if-.La 557.5 N A A ' :XI-E Jon N XVEBER "Web" 52 Canner Street. Prepared at Worthington Hooker. Ac- tivities: Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 45: Band 11, 2, 3, 45. Future: Alu- bama University. Hobby: SDOI'tS. ELSIE XVEBSTER HEI!! S4 Carmel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 145. Future: Dental Nurse. Hoh- bles: Hiking and dancing. RIARGARET XVEIGLE, B. T.- rrlvtliggjv- 142 Cold Spring Street. Pre- pared at Vtforthlngton Hooker. Activities: Won the Albert Booth Prize Examination in Al- gebra 115: Chorus 145. Fu- ture: Vassar College. Hobby: Reading. NN bo 1 EDWARD XVEINER "liddiv" 745 5Vashingt0n Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Orchestra 11, 25: Touch Foot- ball 11, 25: Baseball Team 125. Future: Chemical Engineering at Connecticut Agricultural Col- lege. Hobby: Baseball. NIILDREII XVEINER "M ill i e" 577 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 125: York Square Players 13. 45: French Club 135: Wri- ters' Club 145. Future: Storrs. Hobbies: Rowing and swim- ming. NOIQNIA NVEISMAN, II E II 200 Glen Parkway, Hamdon. Prepared at VVorthington Hook- er. Activities: French Club 135. Future: VVellesley College. Hobby: Dancing. HENRlETT.A XVEISS, dh S, qu "Hcnny" 529 Dlxwell Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: German Club 13, 45: Vvorld Aiairs Cluh 145. Future: Study at the Jul- liard Institute. Hobby: Music. JOHN WELSH 36 Shoreham Road. Prepared at St. Rose School, Buffalo, Ae- tlvities: World Affairs Club 145. Future: Yale. Hobby: Avia- tion. BARBARA ESTELLE Wnm-: l'lBlldlJ Cheshire, Conn. Prepared at Humiston Grammar School. Cheshire. Activities: Volleyball 11. 45: Basketball 11, 45: Chorus 145. Future: Bates College. Hobby: Tennis. ALFRED XVICKETT f:Red:r 96 Hawthorne Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen Grammar School. Activities: Hockey 115: Football 115: Baseball 115: Var- Sifb' Hockey 12, 3, 45. Future: Business. Hobbies: Golf and skating. 'ff'725'g.51'41-'-113 2.1-,'.'.' :'g'g"li1". . -.-,-3... . '., - - -,.-,-,. ' -.., . ..- .. '.' g-- -g.,--3. ':!. ' f.' - 'f':::?:': t. I rf 'lF',1'f'is 'TE- .- .,...,..,.... -, . .--. 4 ,..-: ,.. 3..-..- .,. 7. : '-'3 Zlf W 11.152 52 32: .15 I . N- Y 'N 1 . -' 25:-351 l 1- ,- -. -- I .-X x .'::.7'I. '-Sl' "1'.'-I v- 3.'i:.' : 21:2 - ' ' ' , lla. x ' L sg-...Q ETH YL MARIE VVILCOX "Hub" 48 Mather Street, Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Basketball 41, 45: Volleyball tl. 2, 3. 45: Tri-Y 13, 45: Chemistry Club 145: WVrIters' Club 145: French Club 645. Future: Col- lege to study bacterlology. Hob- bies: Sports and experimenting. DONALD C. WILLIAM "Don" 6 Garden Street. Prepared at 'l'roup. Activities: Orchestra 12. 3, 45. Future: College. Hob- by: Music. DOROTHY M ARY W ILLIAMS. uD0tu 42 Stuyvesant Avenue. Pre- pared at Nathan Hale School. Activities: Basketball 125: Glee Club 435. Future: University of Illinois. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. NIARION XVILLIA Ms 19 Grove Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Nursing. Hob- by: Aviation. U 5 "Char1im"' 69 Dickerman Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Football 125: Soccer Team 1332 Track Team 13. 45. Future: University of Michigan. Hobby: All sports. especially baseball and basketball. A Q 4 .tg Dfwm VVILSON "Davey" 1855 Ivy Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Spanish Club 13, 45. Future: Continue education. Hobby: Outdoor sports. PAUL L. XVINGATI-2 258 Munson Street. Prepared at Bassett. Hobby: Riding horses. BERNARD XVIRKUS "Benny" 122 South Front Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Astronomy Club 125: French Club 145. Future: For- est Ranger. Hobbies: Swim- ming. football, and reading. JANE XVOLOSZ 442 Lexington Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Hiking Club C253 Basket- ball Team 425: Volleyball Team t35: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 445. Future: Grace Hos- pital. Hobby: Sports and read- ing. DoRIs A. VVRIGHT . "Dot" 77 Treadwell Street, Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Future: Sur- geon. Hobby: All sports, q'5?i5':E-113:1-gif?-251'-'Q f:':'ii?ijQ'g --wir. .: -pq :':..1.-E:::. '::. ::. :.-f. -J-.v:::-::: -5:11, STEPHAINE E. XVROBEL HStcfJJ T6 Paul Street, East Ha.ven. Prepared at Highland School, East Haven. Activities: Chorus 41. 45. Future: Yale School of Music. Hobby: Dancing. RAYMOND S. Y'0RKA, A I E IKRHJIH 185 Church Street. Prepared at Mt. Hermon Preparatory School, Northfield, Massachu- setts. Activities: Motto Club 425: Hi-Y 445: Business Man- ager "Elm Tree" 4453 World Af- fairs Club 445: Track Squad 445. Future: U. S. Coast Guard Academy. Hobby: Boating. HENRY' B. ZANDR1 "Rina" 17 Christopher Street. Pre- pared at Prince. -Activities: Football 415: VVrestling 41, 2, 3, 45: Hockey 415: Baseball 415: Track 42, 3. 45: Cross Country 43, 45. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Sports. LILLIAN MAY ZAPPE 57 Carmel Street. Hamden. Prepared at Centerville Gram- mar School, Hamden. Future: Smith College. Hobbies: Swim- ming and writing. 'N N A NGELO ZEOLI "Cl1un.k" 92 Dix Street, Hamden. Pre- pared at Dixwell Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Baseball 415: Assistant Manager Baseball Team 435: W'restling Team 445. Future: Naval Academy. .::,:.-:P -.:-: 1 mug- -. 5:31 Hi , : 1 ' .5:,23:2 .g3:"..' i.. 2.1. -.3 :Z . .. ', .1 5 x '.',1. 2 .J .12- ':.'.1':'I. 2-:J . -.'J-I- .' . . 1- -JL' 4 ---' - ' I " I. ...q.:. . 5 H . 5 -E Q2 RIICHAEL ZILLI ".lIirkr,v" 167 VVillow Street. Prepared at Worthington Hooker. Acti- vities: Motto Club 41, 25: VVri- ters' Club 425: Treasurer French Club 43. 45: Hi-Y 445. Future: Yale. Hobby: Athletics. CHARLOTTE ALMA ZIMMERMAN C9 P "Zimm.y" 11 Dlxwell Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Honors 41. 25: Dramatic Club 425: Chorus 425: Motto Club 425. Future: Larson's. Hobbies: Dramatics and swimming. PAUL PHILLIP ZIRLEN, :IJ B Raslcr Troup. 'vit ' .stlmg Team 4 ' S n Club 43, 4 ' Ma g r xWre ling Team New rk Lniver- bies: P inting and Q. Fubr x stling. 'A E Zonrm ' Emer Stre t. Jared at Sheri ix' es: Hi-Y 42. 3, 451 N stling 42, 3, 45: Basketball 4 ymnastic Team 43. 45: Frenc .lub 43, 45: "Sen- tinel" Editorial Board 445. Fu- ture: Illinois. JK F ALEUC 6741 f 105 Hazel Street. Prepared at Bassett. Future: Aviation or stage dancing. Hobbies: Danc- ing and outdoor sports. fr in as W'hite Stre 'f N Quill . :-5? 5iZ'P.:1'. 1. f.':':Q-' 4 2:-:zu :miiz 'i1':'EmE 1 :IP It i 5. .u -- 5 1.-. . . . . S .:.. BEATRICE Austin 216 Laurel Street. East Haven. Prepared at Laurel Grammar School, East Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Skating. PENN na Lai-: Bvan 47 'Winter Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Basketball 123. Future: Temple University. Hobby: 'IR-nnis. xl.-XRGARET Grv 70 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Future: Study dancing. Hobby: Danc- ing. Sam ,iaconsox 41 Elliott Street. Prepared nt Hassett. Activities: Foot- ball 123: Travk 12. 3, 43: Base- ball 123: Debating Club 123: Dramatic Club 123: Band 13. 43: York Square Players 13. 431 "Happy Days" 13, 433 Spanish Club 143: French Club 143: Vifrestling 143. Future: Study singing. Hobby: Sports. BENEDICT R. LAMBERT 146 Starr Street. Prepared at Bassett Junior High School. BIARTIN AICC.-URRY 88 Prospect Street. ALBERT Plzsriccl 141 County Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Football 12, 3, 43. Future: Enter Sam- uel Johnson. Hobby: Football. Louis Pisclrstu 672 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Base- ball 11, 23: Basketball 113: Foot- ball 13, 43. Future: Alabama. Hobby: Sports. NIILTON INIORTON Ron INSKY "Milf" 106 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Baseball Team 123: Touch Football 123: Soccer Team 13. 43. Future: Newspaper Reporter. Hobby: Sports. .ANN ROSEN 105 Davis Street. Prepared at North West Grammar School, Hartford. Activities: Dramatic Club 113: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 143. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Read- ing. JOHN SMITH 64 Foote Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Future: Postal Clerk. Hobby: Playing baseball. HELEN TARASKY "Lita: 248 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: German Club 143. Future: College. Hobbies: Swimming and skating. DONALD XVILLIAM THOMPSON E X P 75 High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar School, East Haven. Activities: Motto Club 113: Touch Football 113. Hobby: Sports. CHARLOTTE V'0LIANSKY 416 Norton Parkway. Pre- pared at Troup. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Art. DAVID XV.-xsHBURN 430 Fountain Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Future: Marine Engineer. Hobbies: Sailing and speedboats. .g.. t-:q55'gi1g:,g.g:g3.-g..-,nj e,'.wgi35', ty: ' 'mg?-.-'::g'.Z5xf:':fg 2 5.155555 Q , ' :I5-. 2: '- .--5 .51-P15 ,iE:'S'-' ':-',":- -"--!I':":' :. h .- :- '.':E' EI-If. 1 ' I-5" , '::. C. :L xii." Aiwa-Sa: :.'.:':'I. '-:f 4.2. ::!-'-2'h- -.'l:. . 1:1--:.. '.::..-. - 1 -.1. ' - n . . fl x X 1 ' -:,.,E,f, "' r. .:::: ' :-s "ISHS A 5 ri-I s S vlxb CONSTANTINE N. AFRAGOLA 87 NVooster Street. Prepared at Columbus. Future: New York University. Hobby: Dancing. ARvn.i..x B.-xcnnrnr-:R "A wie" 120 Genesee Street, Wfestvllle. Entered the New Haven High School January 16. 1933 from Stratford High. JAMES J. BRADY "Jimmie" 296 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at St. Marv's School. Activi- ties: Touch Football 41, 27: Treasurer Motto Club 417: Track 43, 47: French Club 447: Hi-Y 447: Cross Country 447. Future: Georgetown. PAUL BUSSMAN "Buss" 24 May Street. Prepared at Clinton Avenue School. Activi- ties: Hockey Squad 42, 3, 47: German Club 437. Future: Uni- versity of Vermont. Hobbies: Horseback riding and swun- ming. JAMES CIABURRI "Chic" 26 Asylum Street. Prepared at Troup. Future: Gym Teacher. Hobby: Tennis. ELI R, COHAN Pro essor fl Y! Cass us S ee ' uman S ee Soho w Sta ip Club '1 P1 t ' . c- tl ' .: dz-73 lk otto Club 41, 27: German Club and Orchestra 447. SELMA LILYAN CovIN ".S'cl"' 152 Xvlmlley Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 427: Writers' Club 42. 37: Debating Club 427: Spanish Club 43, 47: Chorus 447. Future: Radcliffe College. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. HX'hIAN DIMENSTEIN "Dimmy" 37 NVard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 4275 Motto Club 4273 Assistant Stage Manager "Happy Days" 43, 47. Hobbies: Football, basketball. and dancing. . nl... . raw:112:-2'-'Ui-'E-.'.:' ff-:AAS-9. 11-I1 '-sur: N I Hn -iiizif 5F2:f:P.f.f:2ib?S3':'GF:3f3?f -'1-I5:- -."1 -I ..I ':'2:'F:: :nfs-2.1 "',, :3J'.i:: 11 .' .::g" -I-.-5:1 "' 'f:. '-.'. :L mi' -1-Yf'5:':IfxE ?.'f:::-I. 2-if "TLB s 1.'i:.' 4 -iv' ' I'1':J. 5.'.:':I.1f -' " 1 Lf- . 55'-. ll. -'ra I I L. 1-3.3. . I, .. :q'::.- --'IQ A uf: J-.'!' Bl.-KRJORIE SYLVIA Enwix "Amy,-" 60 Stuyvesant Avenue. Pre- pared at Union Grammar School. East Haven. -Activi- ties: Volleyball Team 11. 21: Motto Club 1211 Home Econ- omics Club 1213 Basketball Team 121: Aero Club 141: As- tronomy Club 141. Future: John Hopkins College. Hob- bies: Doing things other people wouldn't do. XVILLIAM FINNEGAN "Bill" 140 Nash Street. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. Fu- ture: Enter business. LILLIAN RIARIE FITZGERALD tflailn 459 Thompson Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Fair Ha- ven. Activities: Swimming Club 13. 41: Basketball 141: Volley- ball Team 141. Future: Be a dietician. Hobby: Swimming. VYIRGINIA Sr. LAwRENcE Gitsox ENE "Ginny" '73 Avon Street. Prepared at XVorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club 11, 21: Hockey Team 111: NVriters' Club 121: York Square Players 131: French Club 13, 41: Volleyball Team 131. Future: Bevel' Col- lege. Hobbies: Horseback ri- ding and swimming, RIARY GUINAN "Tar" 358 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Basket- ball 11, 2. 3. 415 Volleyball 11. 2, 3. -11: Dramatic Club 111: Field Hockey 12. 3. 41. Future: New Rochelle College. Hobbies: Field hockey and swimming. A LYIN HELl.STRORl AAI., 631 Ferry Street. Prepared at Clinton Avenue School. Hob- by: Football. XVICTOR Huoo nlyrifn 524 Chapel Street. Prepared at Columbus. Future: NVesle- yan. 1-lobby: Golf. RIARY CATHRYN Hossrsv 242 Lombard Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Motto Club 121: Volleyball Team 12. 31: Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle 13, 413 Trl-Y 13, 41. Future: Study Nursing at St. Francis Hospital. Hobbies: Skating and basketball. CARLTON A. KRAHL HDOCD Short Beach Road, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrlsh Ave- nue School, East Haven. Acti- vities: Aero Club 141. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Driving. STEPHANIE LESNIAK "Sieve" .S Cheshire. Connect' ut. Pre- pared ag R sev lt ol, Yonker , k. Future: Study dent iene, Univer- sity of Pe ylvania. Hobby: Swimming. ,, .... I . ,. .' t-, 25,175 J '.'. 'I2- '- . . -I '-'P'-L' LT!"-N 'I-T I-'-Z-' 575:-Ui , ..,. -- ,-...W--.-.v.....-.uw f.FT1.f' - .4 'JJ' LUKE LUPO "LI.l7l'.l'u 162 Shelton Avenue. Prepared at Dixwell School. -Activities: Baseball tl, 23. Future: Ala- bama. Hobby: Sports, ROBERT J. MAHRN, A nb Q "Bob" 256 Chatham Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Motto Club 423: Hockey Team 12, 3, -U: Football Team t2l: French Club 131: 'Pram-k Team 13, -D: Assistant Manager Hock- ey till: Manager llockey 4-ll: Hi-Y 147. Future: Vermont. Hobby: Ice-skating. RALPH Mfxttonv "Rnlf1l1if"' Orange. Connecticut, Pre- pared at Orange Gro mmar School, Orange. Activities: Band 41, 2, 3, 45: Football tl. 25: Orchestra 143. Hobby: Mu- sic. ERIC VV. RIAURER "Smoky Jac" 14S Cold Spring Street. Pre- pared at NVorthington Hooker. Activities: Hi-Y tl, 2. 3, 43: Cross Country and Track 137, Future: University. Hobby: Boats. JOHN XV. MCCOY "lilac" Prepared at 'l' ro up J unior High School. Activities: Cross Country 13, -D: Track 135. Future: Harvard University. Hobby: Aviation. 129 CHARLES MUGU me 'Ellirkyp 439 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Swimming 127: Football C252 XVa.ter Polo 123. Future: VVil- liam and Mary College. Hobby: Sports. Aoivns AIESKILL 90 : t. -.ast Have . ' ' - a Gorr' sh Gramma v tool st I :en e c 'v' 'es. Assis to Cl . . er fl. 23: itic C b Cl, 23: Frencl. ub 13, 41: Spanish Club 13. 43: NVriters' Club 13. -D. Future: New Rochelle Col- lege. Hobbies: Dancing and swimming. F RED M Utvm' "ilIirkc'-v" 318 Greenwich Avenue, Pre- pared at St. Peter's School. Ac- tivities: Hockey fl, 29: Base- ball tlj: Golf 135. Future: Storrs. Hobby: Golf. CLAIRE F. NooNAN ffBfl,!,lJ 138 First Avenue, 1-Iamden. Prepared at Dixwell Avenue School, Hamdcn. Activities: Basketball C1, 2, 33: 'Volleyball tl, 2. 35: Dramatic Club KD: Captain Field Hockey 117: Field Hockey 42. 37, Future: New Rochelle College. Hobby: Sports, 4 Essm Aura O'BRlEN "Jess", ' 31 Garfield Road, Hamdcn. Qepared at Troup. Activities: Y. VV. J. R. 123: Hockey Team 121: Basketball Team CZ, 35: Tri-Y 43, 47. Future: College. Hobby: Basketball. 'Q 1 V as-:a.:':e1f:+:-:ref-22-.er 1 .rises : i .1 ififsif ' 'xiii' -'1' If '. "-253525. -.3 ?215,:' w. 5211: ' . -:jj C'-' ,fr 1:1 fig' P ,-" - .tits , .,, ',. ... .i.. 1 ....... ......- -' " ' -as. . hi - . ... .... .. . 5- . 1 . If U .1-lim. I-535: ug... :::.3 jmuas O'SL7LL1v.xN Clark's Corner. Orange. Pre- pared at Orange Grammar School. Orange. Activities: Hi- Y 13, 43: York Square Players 1439 Hockey 1-13. Future: Princeton. Hobbies: Golf and hockey. M ICIIAEI. P.xP.xREL1..x 50 lvilliam Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Activities: Manager Track Team 13, 43: French Club 13. -13: Italian Club 143: Cross Country Team 143. Future: Yale. Hobby: Athletics. josigrn PrL1.1ccIA,A Q3 -11 "I'i.vh', 12 W'ard Street. Prepared at Troup. -Activities: Orchestra 11, 2. 3. 431 "Happy Days" 13. -13: Oratorio Orchestra 13. 43. Future: Study Music. Hobbies: Sports and music. Pmtur PETHICK 722 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Xvrestling Team 143. Hobbies: Swimming and driving. jack Sotouox tlRt'dn 140 Rosette Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Track tl. 2. 3, 43: Cross Country Team 13. 43: XVrestling 133: Coach of P. M. lVrestling Team 13. 43: Captain VVrestling Team 143. Future: Pittsburg College. Hobby: Athletics. r FRANCIS SVCHCICKI "Claris" lll Hazel Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Golf Team 113: Hockey 123. Future: Con- necticut College of llharmacbi Hobby: Boxing. Grzxlam I..xi'ai2Tr.-x THOMPSON 'fav T011 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball Team 123. Future: Virginia Union University to study His- tory. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. l.!aoN.xlu1 LTAlS'l'IiAll'l' "Blondie, 185 Fillmore Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: French Club 11. 23: Spanish Club 13, 43. Future: Coynes. Hobbies: Baseball and playing violin. IiLEANoR Froaaxcn VEZINA 54 Parmelee Avenue. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Volleyball Team 11. 23: Chorus 113: Dram- atic Club 11. 23: Hockey Team 1232 Spanish Club 13. 43: NVri- ters' Club 133. Future: Hair- dressing School. Hobbies: Swim- ming and dancing. I.lI.LlAN XrIDA MLW, 13 Bishop Street. Prepared at Orange Street. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobbies: Swimming and dancing. 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Editor-in.-Cliivf l..lLLIAN hlliRMIN., llnknnkr l.ll'0lfSKY . . .-l.v.vi.vtu1if Editors-in-Cl:irf lel',xRvl2Y EDLIN . . . . . Sports Editor linwann lXIcGARRx' . . AS.S'1i!jlllIIl'lIf Editor l..xl'R.lx S'rl1u.1Nc: . . . Compolifion Editor lXl1ss SIIICRIIIAN, MR. Nli'l"l'I.li'l'l1N . Faculty Atl-z':'.wi',v The Smifinrl is the official news organ of thc school and is published weekly with the purpose of improving school spirit. lt was founded by Delta Sigma Kappa Fraternity and turned over to lfngltsh Department in November, 1919. Since that time. the paper has progressed rapidly. lt was a member of the Cen- tral lnterscholastic Press Association until l92S, when it left to become a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press .-Xssociation. It was in its lirst year as a member of the C. S. P. A. that it was awarded first place in its class in the annual nation- wide competition of the association, It received two second places. one in 1930, and the other, in 1931, and was awarded a third place last year. in 1932. From its founding to the present, Mr. Nettleton has faithfully and capably served the paper in the capacity of faculty adviser. He has been aided in this task by the late Ur. Susan S. Sheridan and the late Dr. lflizabeth Cleaveland. His present co-worker is Miss Marion Sheridan, head of the English Department. 13S 1 V I f s1ts-.-:.tg:q1-.-.- .1-pasgte. 11-3 1 gsm-5:-1111.raf:':39 . sfifizza .- 'R' ' '.: ,., I:"f.:' 3:'.::.g5 ' 'gg' -:Q-.' --I ,1:::-..- z, ll' .. .tif .-.'.-,-". ' . ' ' " . als." -Zvi-5.-fri? :-5? "-rf.: :.'-.:1:C. 1.'::. a ' IT-". 'e :I-1'::. lt 1, . lil , , "Sentinel" Business Smit' Romana' B'lULLl2N . . 7 . . . 12u.rim'.v.v .llanagvr lll1LDRlilJ Ii,-KN!-I . . Adwrfising Manager l'111L11' PAoLlc1.l..x ..... ' . -- Clllllfwflifillll ilfanager Ann lQO'1'MAN . .... Cirrnlalion illunager NANCY Hooixivru . Exvlmugv fllunugvr MR. CIIRISTOPIIICR . . . Faculty .4d4z'iser The work of the Sentinel Business Board is fully as important to the success of the paper tinaucially as is the work ot the l2lllf0l'lZll Board m other aspects. lt is the Business l3oard's weekly task to distribute rapidly and efticiently through- out the school over 3,100 copies of the school paper, both to the morning and after- noon schools. lt is also their duly, or, more exactly speaking, the duty of the Ad- vertising Manager and her wide-awake assistants to convince merchants and busi- ness men throughout the city of the value of Sezlfiuel advertising. This they have done successfully in the past year, despite the existing depression. Another task that falls upon the shoulders of the Business Board is the managing of a weeklv exchange circulation of about 150 copies. Mr. Christopher very capably aids the board in guiding the financial destinies of the Sentinel. 1 39 5 S A s X ff -'et . -5:95 sf: E12-5.2f5s2's.f-52131 t -:sz me-sei' 1 ' Ili. "iEl1n Elrvif' Ehitnriul Enarh PEARL AIYLAND Etf1.f0l'-Ill!-Clllff ilS.S'!.7l'I.L1tl.'5 Beatrice Laclin Raymond Miller Adele Collette Mary O'Brien Herbert Lipoisky George Reichgott Sports Editor. Harvey Ecllin The "lilm 'lirct-" is ri llillhouse publication issuccl annually hy the mcmhers of the Q'l'ZlllllZltillg class. This is the sixth edition of thc "Elin Tree", which was known before l92S merely as the "l'illlllUllSC Class Rook". The lftlitorial Board of this Class Book assembled all of the vast amount of ma- terial, which includes the individual biographies, class histories, class prophecy, class votes. and the new feature of organization histories. It has been their un- ceasing etlort and aim to make this book a lasting and memorable token of high school days and high school friends. 140 l. .3 :,. . Jr. D gr J.-J A - "Elm Utes" Business Baath RAYMOND YORK . Business ,Uanagcr Assoriafrs Arthur Countryman Charles Maillard joy Goddard Orton May Esther Lopatin Catherine Redd Art Edilor. Harold Kuhn flSSl.YffIllf., Irving Appell NVith an unprecedented number of students and class activities. the 1933 edition of the Elm Tree is certainly a far cry from the smaller editions of previous years, whose few pages were sufficient to include the necessary material. The handling of the large number of students who reported to the photographers to have their pictures taken. called for a fast-moving and severe schedule. The Business Board, however, saw that this schedule was closely followed, both in the matter of the individual pictures and the group pictures. Not only this, but also the many other difficulties which naturally arose in publishing a book of this size were successfully overcome by this eliicient and hard-working board. 1-ll -. 111,-:,g..3:1g.-q..-.1' :'59zieg3s. -,:-:1 z5,gr.f5g2,:5gg':fg :2'153:Ef 3-?5:i:P.f51?if:Ei3'.i?F l x . 3 - - - ,Sl 1 IXII-Il-l Hiiillhnuav Ctlranf' XVALDO BEACH . . Editor-in-Clzicf PEARL BTYLAND . . Associate Editor DoNALD CAMPBELL . . A.v.vi.rfa11! Edilor Lows IQRAFT . . . I3'1a.vi.zzcss .llmzager JAMES BROXVN fi.YSIi.YftIlIf BIISI-IICSS ,llanagvr DANIEL HIQALY . . . . Art Editor DR. Hows . . . . Faculty Adviser' "The Hillhouse Gleam" is the successor to "The Crescent", lirst issued in 1882 by Gamma Delta Psi, and "The Radiator", published for nearly half a century by Al- pha Delta Sigma, and has been under the guidance of the English Department since 1926. It is an annual literary publication and represents the work of the school as a whole. Any student may submit his manuscript upon the recommendation of his English teacher. All the articles are brought to the Editorial Board and carefully read and reread. the chosen few being handed over to the Art Board. who prepares the illustrations and cover. Great care is given in selecting the articles and it is a matter of several weeks before the Editorial Board makes its final decision. Competition for the boards is keen and starts early in the year. NVith the excep- tion of its oliicers, members of the Editorial Board must enter competition again before they may become editors for a second year. The Business Board takes care of subscriptions and payments and is responsible for the financial success of "The Gleam". 142 H.-,:....f, -,-,.f-.1-GBE.,-..-..N...- .N....:. . 7 QT.-.,-..,... Yu.. ,- - -,- .- -an ... V . g'-:1..g.4-yu :g'.:.g.i 1E,,.:1.. ft-31.13.-.....-,-.Q-I-1 .gg-X, .52 3: x x " A -. Q. 3-, ., .y,:- 4 g,..,T . .. ,...,. l, I . V q'E- 1-'1 ,. . . . . , . , ' ". 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E :':.'-I 9:11. IJ: :L 4 - ::,: -, -5 33.1-:5 i ,-.333 ln 2. . 55, -'lf ,gm N A H , I.-I , S 5.5. 'mist' :3'.' Clllami illllnttn Glnmmittee IJLLIAN 1XoI12Rx11N . 1 . . Chairman Edna Shapiro Charles Horn Anne Mooney Illcanor XVz1lde1's Randolph Hall XVilliam Evans 146 ,- 11 1- Q sg.-.1','fc.-. I- jg 31- - .':fg-V-xg , x Y n -,-.-55--5: 9 5:14-52.1,-r.3g..g.f gv --3 .': .' . gr. vg.,- 3- 5- :gy 9 1: , f - L .- 11- - .::1."F-IQ! ' :,-,-:zgju .-5' -.-11.1:CJ-.'.:.,-.':.'.x N . .g: 53.13-3.-.,-"-.-zf.-.zzz :f7:-11.1-.'.'1-.-':A.-.-T'I-.',,- A .:.:1-5. .--1-' U -:K-.-,L v. -if-.'.-. g...- -, . 3-T, .,, - - -:- '--QIZJ5 -.:x'g"..qQ-131.1111 -1"-Iv. 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M XX Wm ' Ei ME 3' N .4741-.' K E, NN! :FS "Z 4' M" II' indium is K4 'K ll.. .9 X- X X f if A X ' i2::4 um, . . 6 . ' I l:lll,ll Su' 41' XA K 1 :I 'I g-.- ' M fl" I. 5. -:' W x . ' l' - .' .--" ' yarn? ff" K Q- fw'v.',15 -',, ' U A 1 4" ,. I fff f 'X ' 1 f I .1 1 l ,, I1 WI, AQ.. f , x , f.. A.: - - 1 V ' " f kv. - .., U" VI' A N 1::!l:!f-521 z'.::f:Q:'iffa. "W',.l:i'1:'Z' . If ' ! tulll.. .1 ,H h Xi-' 'v -'1-"':' ii'f-3551 ilfiiifff ifjriiy, ,gq:::gir3.u,5-f.-,-,.5-.3.1,-fp-.15-.gp-.,.1.f,-.. .al .f -151:-.'.2i3'.2j-5:-1,24- ' " " ' ' " A " A' ' -i'f1j?.f?-j'ffi:'Q1f . ':?3f1f. 1:5 3-1-.I Z:-fff:.'f,-fare-r: 1:1537-i:f.21:'f?1':'1-iz' 5 5:2 fiffif -.,v, , -.nV.,,. :i..A:,1, ---,k.. ..-gut h.--,g.:,':,..'. .-, Y. J. -can ...- , .4- . :. .1-., If . ' NN K Lf-.-:.'1V,.x',J I - '.' ' ".V'l , 4' f Mx . .::.1 Ilirenrh Gllnh PIIELISNE l1ISSIRIAN . . President BETTY DANIELS . . . Vive-Presidcizt .ANTOINETTE IHELILLO . . Secretary MICHAEL ZILLI . ..... Treasurer EDWARD BICGARRY . . C lzairman Entertainment Committee MISS OLIVE DOHERTY ....... Faculty Adviser The French Club olfers to students of the language an unequalled opportunity of better acquainting themselves with French people, music, and customs. The meet- ings of the club, conducted entirely in French. afford the members the chance to hear spoken French. This year, "Le Cercle Francais" had its own orchestra and chorus, both of which entertained at the club meetings. At many of the meetings interesting French charades were given by the members. The club was also addressed by several en- tertaining. interesting. and instructive speakers. of whom one of the most outstand- ing was Professor Hill, of Yale, who spoke on the subject of French education, schools, and universities. 148 .34-:szng.-,-..:,::3.'q-5.2 sfpliip. 55.2525 Tift jk?-ZEi1"' N :1'2i5i:'Ei -.f-- .' -' ' 1 1-'sz' :ws-:.f ' '-s"r: - -. -'::' - - ' ' :-X :ii -E'-Ifzirifxi 53.3-I. '-:T 3431- 5.'l:.' 4 "T-:1 'I :I'f':I1 if-:T351 -' i' 1 -J ll. sl Q ya.. . ----. g:. ugh JE. " - ' lBer Eeutnrhe Herrin PEARL NIYLAND . President HERBERT LIPOFSKY . Vice-President LILLIAN PLOTKIN . .... Secretary MARJORY RESNIKOFF . . Chairman of Program Committee Miss FARNSXVORTH, Miss HUGO . . . . Faculty Advisers This year the German Club has been especially active in carrying out its purpose. that of creating greater interest in the German language. literature, music, cul- ture and customs. At several meetings, the group has heard interesting lectures delivered in German by outstanding members of the German Department at Yale. Other programs, consisting of short plays and instructive talks were presented en- tirely by members. In both types of program, the German Club orchestra has ta- ken a large part, accompanying the club in the singing of well-known German songs. The position left vacant by Miss Feuchtwanger's retirement last year, that of co- adviser with Miss Farnsworth, has been capably filled this year by Miss Hugo. 149 , l '-'-:2:- H- .22 1: -:-:.51.-5:12 Haag:-5 .s. -:4z.z':2:::'j-g::1:1-.-' ::1- 1- ,..,g :, :.-qi ., 11.-Zi : -.s 2:2-" , '::. Q.. :L '.t-. wX::::-gn: ::.::'.. va --..-.-. ....-..-.s. -,,4, 4 .. . .:.--... -g.g...-. - z -,-. 'Y' ark:-... " ..::.-.5-" ' .net ,'g::.- ' ui-3, .rgfilj Spanish Qlluh EUGENE Covut . President 101-IN RIEINIQE . . Vive-President JANE DAv1osoN Secretary Rox' TERRY . TVUl1f.Y1ll'U?' Under the direction of Miss Doherty and Miss Harris, the Spanish Club, "El Circulo Castellano", has proved itself both interesting and helpful to its members. This club was established in l922. and during the ten years of its existence, it has steadily grown in membership and scope of influence. Its purpose is to promote the use and knowledge of the Spanish language and to acquaint its members with the customs and habits of Spain. The meetings of HEI Circulo Castellano" are varied with performances of the Spanish Club Orchestra, noted speakers, and other entertainment. 150 I '-':a-:1--'-:v:-'.'::1:f- :'-'-'UH-2. :swf 229 1 '-MEI'-1'-T':.3 E1':'F-' l- :2'1f5'52'5' i'5i?7:?.fFr?i'E?5.5 :'f?F.23iF?-' F535-.x :uf-,r ...nz -2. -:.:..,:': -n:.N.: .. 9121? :...,: 5 G: fi' :iq :.. :. . . 3... .. I-:.:-..: , -,- . . ,v. . is... , i 3:1 "fi 2:1 . f. af' -3556 "il.':'5-2. :-S? '5?.1Z1'.'f:':.'-11125. f.'::: 4 11:1 -5:3-:fu ,-.gd-, N mr ' I , .rdf 'Ft::'9. .. - .'r.-:-I"- lui-31:3 .'f?f'3ii ' -ja A A 5 '-,.,-: 5.2. - .In ff.: Zltaliem Cllluh PHILIP PAOLELLA . . President .ANTHONY BRANDOLINI . V1're-Pres1'a'm1t EVELYN CAVALLARO . . Secretary XVILLIAM GIORDINO . Trmzszrrfr The Italian Club was established in l923. and, under the direction of Miss Hugo and Mr. Raschella, it has grown, during these years to a large and active organi- zatiou. The purpose of this club is to give its members a better understanding of the eustoms :md historical background of ltaly. lt also furnishes an opportunity for students to hear and speak the Italian language. At meetings. talks are given by members on Italy and her famous meng at many meetings, noted speakers address the members. The club also sponsors many social activities. Dances are given, and a glee club and a dramatic group have been formed. Visits are made throughout the year to places of interest, such as the Payne lNhituey Gymnasium, the Yale Divinity School, the Yale Theater, and the Yale Library. y 151 -4 ' N -Ni'5:?5:': exe!-:. --fr :-1-.-.:-'::-..-.--.-'. r:::.- 4 'ss-1'::. Elanrt 1113. lgurimr illvahing Clirrlr Ilia.-v1'R1cE GOLDBERG . President h'l0NlA HA1n5LMAN . I-'ire-President h'lARGARl2'I' SAZAMA . . Secretary DORO'l'IIX' Diwucs . . Treasurer The Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle has been one of the most cultural groups in our school. It was established by Miss Moody in behalf of Miss Purdue, former dean. However, since Miss Moody's retirement in 1932, the M. P. R. C. has been under the direction of Miss Frehse. Formerly. the members of the club submitted book reports which were printed in the Svntilwl after being criticized by Miss VVeeks. This privilege of reviewing books in our school paper was later denied the Reading Circle, and it was not until 1932 that this practice was renewed. In many ways. the entire school benehts by the work of this organization. The dues are contributed towards the Susan Sheridan English Prize. Again, renowned speakers are brought to our school, and speakers such as Professor VVillian1 Lyon Phelps and Vincent Burns are enjoyed by all at assemblies. 152 ,I -1 Q. s. 4 ' v 1--1-t-.-.-.-:wr-'.' r-'H :H-J. 1:5455 'S-I 1 '-5:11-111'-'riIi?:'1iF Iii - :iffifzii 5'?'-:?5:?.f51?ifrE'P J - . -.1-1: ... 1-1 ...I lzztzfhi .:i:.4t::: -.. in ?:::'.:.1. 'E :H 5.1, :Nz :Z I-. 5... l. 'ur' 2: ..::-F:-Q . -.I :.. . .I 5:1 :aff -Zvi-Ssifir: 13:95-2. :-:F -'.':: :.--1-in f.': :.' : 21-'1'ri. -1'-:T--'I - " 1 :- ll. writers' Qlluh NORMAN BoTw1N1K . . . President GEORGE REICHGOTT . Vice-President LILLIAN PLOTKIN . . Secretary NORTON LEVINE ..... . Treasurer The object of the VVriters' Club is to bring out and develop the talent of those students who have writing ability, and to act as a stimulating force in the general student body. The club, founded by Dr. Susan Sheridan, has been under the di- rection of Dr. Sabina Hart Connolly since 1927 and is one of the oldest clubs at Hillhouse. Original papers were handed in monthly by the members, with two prizes given each month for the best manuscripts. A special prize was given for the best Christmas story, and one was also awarded to the member who had been most suc- cessful in getting his articles published. A prize examination in creative writing was sponsored by the club and was open to all members of the junior and Senior classes. Once a month the VVriters' Club was addressed by some speaker particularly qualified in the field of writing. The social meetings were the Valentine party held at Dr. Connolly's home, and the banquet which brought the year to a successful close. 153 i ,. THE 'fitlP':41'5':2d2-'Ffh'-1' f:':'.li5:2- F:?r2':i:2:-:SYS tif ff- ri 555155 5? -E 5355631-'I-Q' .-:-,:-. , , .1 .'y.f.-: -.n::-gf 1:31-:Q-. 1. 1 . . .::g' . . ' , -.-.-- ,-: .. ,., . ,.-.,-, , .-. ..... -....-.-.g.- ..... . wg. gt - .- . ':I. 1. :L Inf. ':Xz':.':-::: :.'.::'.. .-:r .-..-.-. ..-- -- -1- -.... I N --- - --.- --. I ..:...-. - . 'W - H - - S Sfeninr Zflrianglr nf Uri-13 Joi' GODDARD . President l'.ui'IsE PICKl2'l'T . I il-t'0-Pl'PJfd2l1f LA LTR.-X S'r1RL1NL: Secretary Nixxev llot:,xR'rn . Treasurer Tri-Y is the name given to the Girl Reserve eluhs in Hillhouse High School. 'lihere are this year four groups, one for eaeh class. The girl reserves are a part of the Young' lVon1en's Christian .-Xssoeiation. Their purpose is: To face life squarely and to find and give the hest. Tri-Y meetings are planned hy girls who have been elected or appointed by the eluh to prepare the programs. Sometimes there are discussions on various subjects which the girls request, or speakers who talk on topics of current interest. Often girls themselves make short talks on the purpose. symhol, and parts of the code. At various times special luneheons or teas are given, and during' the year there are dances, hridges, and dramatic programs to which friends are invited. 154 -.11:-egg:-is-.3-.3 115 1 ,sfqyggvicz 2.251-5155 if. QIIIIL ffff if "fi: , .-3:95 as 2:2-3.2:-5555-12H:b'. 5,-,gg-' t -1:51. if P rf 1 ,psf ll It Q -,gfigifil ,.-5.3-fin 352131. . - M , bl , Qi-:IH 4 xerutiuv Glnmmittvr DON.-x1.n CAMPBELL . . President XV 1r,1.I,xiu Rowmxn . V1'ce-President .-XLLAN 1tlUN'1'INti . . . Svrretury W11.1,mM livims . Uorrvspomiizzy Svurftary lCow1N .louNsoN . Trvasurcr Mu. llllll.ll' l4R,xNnoN . Leader The efficiency of the leaders of the local .Hi-Y group was evinced late last fall. when the New Haven chapter was granted lfhartcr No. 3 in the newly-formed National Hi-Y Association. which will link up H1-Y groups throughout the country. Hi-Y proved itself otherwise active in the course of the year by holding two suc- cessful dances at the Y. M. C. A. Their animal Induction Banquet and their Father and Son Banquet were also social successes. Enjoying full gym privileges at the the group also embarked upon a "Y"-sponsored basketball tournament. .-Xt meetings of the past year they have heard speak, not only their former leader, but also several men pronnnent in the field of youth movements. 155 .gig-g 5o:ggz:,:-ui:-1 3'-Ez-In. 5:-:NH L -2 Ili - .-H-T??E..g-.1:2,IQiz-gf? . 5:-153355 "r- - ...-:H -- :".. 1.4-. . .' -- - . '--:.". I - :'- -.-'L-1 -11: f- . 1:-.9 -- - 1 5 - -- , . -1 :- :.':g' .- 1 -3- 4 -53 23, Ig, -Ni'f::I::': ':.'.:'f'f. I-ei' .'f'.-.-. I::.'-.1-tv.. -,':g,' 4 '-fs. 5:.-.:., 1z'.:':..-. - 1 - N 521, t lu. -...gil ..-X,-:hyat I gg. . 592-2'-, Serie. -15. - 4:21 4. . . -f,.:'.'. -as-:' :,. T IX! I-l ilntrr-Zllratrrnitg Glnunril CHARLES KIAILLARD . . President Hizcxsuuk Twiano . Vive-President limvixklm Gonna . Secretary Hixmzv DICKINSON . . . . Treasurer The lnter-fraternity Council is composed of representatives from each of the thir- teen fraternities of the school. Functioning as a representative body, the council reviewed in the course of the year many inter-fraternal projects submitted for ap- proval and action. The outstanding activity of the council for this year was thc sponsoring of an inter-fraternity basketball league. Among the other projects have been a scholar- ship tournament and the attempt to arouse interest in a senior promenade. The council has been accustomed to meet monthly and is supervised by Mr. Kirschner. Other members of the faculty have been present at the meetings and have offered munerous suggestions pertaining to fraternal activities. The council, by fostering valuable activities among the high school fraternities, has established itself as a governing body for all such activity. 156 ,, .. ,. . .. ,. . . -- -- -. 3 . . - , --.--.-,-.:-: -.' :I ::g:- .-.-:-'.:- Z-ECW-x'2-if-'-I-'5'.'5f-1:i",' az's:f'ff'i5'ffQf!f-.11:-. -ff'::ifzL?: I-Sift? ' I:5f:::3'--:1 1. 5- i 1 -- '-:f::.2 Q1 :::f-Jw:--.':fi-2:-F1 -.-,- -- ,-,. ,g .: ... -gi .:,-, ...- '..' .:,. .. .- ,. ,-1 -5 : . .. . ,. ., :Q-'.,. .. : A , .'. :EEZ '-I. ':!. 'I-Yf'5.':E::E ':,'.':'f'f. 2-:T --121155 I!-"-Ph. -.'F' I 4 '-T-". !1.'- II. u'.'.:':-.-1 - I' 1 QS- .x.. QM lu. . .1 31:11 r .-.S-A -N : tr? 'Egg 53.12 ' c.Qi.vs::. 551.3 Q Q. o l-xgfs Zlntvr-sS'nrnritQ Qlnunril Miss DONAHUE . . President RITA XVALSH . Vice-President Mas. AVERY . . Secretary The Inter-Sorority Council is composed of representatives from the various sor- orities in our school and was organized to see that these sororities were holding to their rules and regulations. Under the direction of this group, the sororities together contribute forty dollars every year to Mrs. Hewlett to use as she sees fit and forty dollars more for the "In- ter-Sorority English Prize Exam". As this council was not organized for social purposes, most of its activities are of a practical, business nature. 157 . ...THE l ... 152:12 .-Ra" 's1:95ff. 1-:F :1:'?.:Z'.'E:'5.'-1:2-4. f.':'i- 1 'mi tif-EE. -1iH:'iZi1':'-' -f 1 :iff . .. --3:15 L II. .-,..5j:11 v. .-. .'1::-' mi- 55:1-I igillhuunv tlbrrliwtra ARTHUR DAITCH . Prc.vz'dcnt joszcru PELLICCIA . Vive-President GEORKIIE Risrcnoorr . Publicity illmmger RICHARD PETAWAY Business Mmmgvr One of the most active organizations in our school is the Orchestra. For the past -l years it has been under the direction of Mrs. XVakeman, but was established by Mr. Brown in 1914. and during these nineteen years, it has become known through- out the state for its excellent work. This club fosters a lore for good music in its members and inspires them to fur- ther their study of music. Under thc direction of a competent conductor. it also prepares them for the more advanced orchestras of thc city, such as the Civic and Symphony Orchestras. This group furnished music at various teachers' meetings, has played at every assembly and provides for an all-musical assembly once during the school term. To climax the year, the morning school orchestra performs at Graduation and Class Day exercises. 158 K 1- xx A L 0 1 v , M M... .:,, --.. ........ ...... . iiilllinuae Eanh SIDNEY RHEIN . Captain PAUL MAMORSKY . . Corporal SAUL JACOBSON . . . . Student Leader MR. XVILTQN . Leader and Faculty i-ldviscr The Hillhouse Band is one of the organizations of which the school is especially proud. Since its founding in 1924. it has grown rapidly in both size and im- portance. ' This year the group has been especially active. playing. not only at several assem- blies. but also at many of the major football and basketball games. The band made its first public appearance of the year when it joined other school bands of the city in the celebration of the XVashington Bicentennial. Following this, the band was highly complimented when it was asked to entertain the New Haven Lions Club. This worthy organization showed its appreciation and generosity in presenting the band with new uniforms. That the band is superior to any other group of its class in the state could not be heretofore denied. Now. with their new uniforms. the members cannot help but garner untold honors in any competition. 159 'feq5s':e:1:-e:f:1::-2:-:,'.j :'s:xeae:1e. -.mic ' s.2:evr'1i:2:.r5:'iff if. HIII , s-riff: is -'3'.-'-- -. '- . -- ...J-':T'! 12134-I5 1:1"I'-. -- .v-if-..' .--' - . . .II". ' '.'.'-". "' "' "-"-H -'.- su ." .x.- - ..-'-'.-v .-g--'. . .'. .'-.1.'-.I,','-.-.- --.' ',' ..-5. .5 ...5 J, , ..1- . -'T' , -5, ',. :L .n-. -hz?.':-:az :..:':'.. .-ra .-..-.-. ....'..'.x. -ug. 4 -.. . .::..,. ::.::.,.. , l I "I-'x-'J JJ:-'IT' ' vt'-X.. ."::.- .-:-5. - fi?-.G A e ' :This Girlz' C6122 Qlluh Lois JORDAN . . President BIURIEL BUTTNER. . . . Vice-Presidevzt X-YERA NIZED-, LANNA BENSON Librarians Under the able supervision of Mrs. l!V2lkClllZlll, the Girls' Glce Club was organized :lain this year, as it has been since 1914. The club was open to all girls who had the proper period vacant in their schedules and who possessed the necessary voice qualities. There have been many interesting meetings held by the group in the past year, in which preparation was made for the presentation of several outstanding musical selections. Among these songs, many of which were sung at assemblies, were "To a XVild Rose", by Edward MacDowell, and "Andulusia',, by VVilliam Howard. 160 35115-:zwls-is.-E..-3: g':':-Egg, x w x X - EP' .323 ,i , -'Q'5f-2232i 5.521-' Q' "iii '.Z3E:'.1i'F 1 Y f sl C' Q 'L A L L .A I .-:f f.- ii mugs' C6122 Glluh EDWARD ZULALYF ' . President RICHARD l'12TTAwAv . i',if't'-Pl'F.Yifil'Ilf STERLING jiswrirr . . Librarian EXRTHUR EBICRLEIN Acroiirfvaiiist The Boys' Glee Cluh was organized again this year, as it has heen for the past eighteen years. Its members. numbering twenty-four. were students especially in- terested in musical training and willing to dedicate themselves to the club's purpose of promoting interest in music in general and particularly in vocal work. The group's meetings, which were held each week during school hours. have proved very interesting. Each memher of the club was given. in turn. the privilege of directing the group in its various programs. Special features, including solos and vocal specialties. were enjoyed regularly once a month. The selections presented hy the group at various assemblies throughout the year were especially well presented and were enjoyed by all. The credit for the success of this club. as well as of most of the other musical or- ganizations in the school, goes to Mrs. VVakeman, the faculty adviser. 161 Q -.1 M as:-g:::-:1-ns-: X QHIII l:-zfgsgsg H .2 ,'.: :7,1l.-1:35 .::QI-1' .c 'E-1 11- -"--2!'1": 5111- ,.-1 :- .- "Z-If. : ' .I I-w ' 'Q '::, . 26. 'A:'::l5:x: .'.::-.. '-:z .-.'...v I:!.'.1'h. -,143 4 '-..'. Zi:-JI. xz'.:':..-Z - " 1 ,-,t ' Ihr 1 .. .. . I.-I . S :gi Glhvmintrg Qlluh 'IOI-IN CTCONNELL . Prmidevzt josrzrn BoARm1AN . Vice-President L11.i.mN Goi.miAN . . . Secretary MR. l..ANGn,xLE. MR. SMAL1. . Faculty ."1d'E'l'SCI'5 The New Haven High School Chemistry Club was organized in l92l for the pur- pose of arousing interest in chemistry. ln the course of the year. the club has visited many factories. industrial concerns. and laboratories in and about New Haven. obtaining a lirst-hand knowledge of the many practical applications of chemistry to modern industry. Several other meet- ings of the group were featured by unusual and startling experiments performed by the faculty advisers. As always in the past. membership in the Chemistry Club has been limited this year to honor students in chemistry. Mr. Langdale and Mr. Small have served the club in an advisory capacity since its founding. 162 f .wa-4:51.12-.':'-3 t N N l Quill : X 5 i3X'5ff:f: x 4 x :.'i:l' l 4 .- L A A 5 .f i .-M. illeuilin Glluh JACK Srizizu . S1-Aiflfolzim NORTH JOHN Forum . I-I IENRY XVI-INIIIEN . MR. lfiuiissox . Presidmzf cc-President Iwzrzrll Secretary Treasurer Vx' .'1di'1'.s'1'1' The Radio Club this year has attained an objective which has been the goal of the Hillhouse students of radio-telephony for many years in the past. This was the construction of a short wave station, the license for which was obtained in january. Stafford North was selected as chief operator. In addition to this splendid bit of work. the members of the club have built many receiving sets of fine quality. At the weekly meetings. various people have delivered lectures on the sub- ject of radio. and more than once discussions of profound technicalities have re- sulted. Xlfithout a doubt, this year's club may be considered among the most suc- cessful the school has ever produced. 163 Y .. ,: - I-1 - . S i i Arrn Qllnh RICHARD BAKER . President JACK STEED . Vice-Pr-e.viden.t THELISIA BIAY . Secretary MR. RICE . . Faculty Adviser The Aero Club. one of the school's most popular organizations, has brought to a Conclusion an extremely busy year. At the meetings the club has been addressed by Baron Hirshfelcl. Mrs. Tier, and others well known in aviation. VVhen outside speakers were lacking, Mr. Rice or members of the group spoke on some phase of their subject. Earlier in the year, the group visited the Viking plant, where they saw how planes were built. W'hile there, many members seized the opportunity to make an ascent, the first for many. In January the club met the P. M. Aero Club in a model meet, and, in the follow- ing month, entered some fine models in the annual meet held at the Goffe Street Armory. 164 lx . if I if e:1se:f::-'s-zz-.'-'.' feat srvsrv S me lllll 1 l , '-' .1 ... ':'.:1fI .324-25 ,a 2!S'.'Z1'- -'--Z:. ,. -.'.': '- "1 " " -. '-.'. ::. -'.ii'7." I-Y5'3:3f::': ?.'f:':-I. -fr "TI-I.'.' ' :Sr 4 II:-:Iii in U Z A ll. I . -'Q A A 9. 0 X mnrlh Affairs Glluh FLORENCE LEIKEN . . President DAN DAVIS . . . Vive-Presideni EDITH Folsrscn . Secretary MR. DAX'IS . Faculty Adzfiser The Vliorld Affairs Club is the most recently organized group in the school, and, at the close of its first year of existence, it may well be called one of the most suc- cessfnl. The purpose of the club is to provide an open forum for the discussion of modern topics not generally dealt with in the classroom. :Xt the weekly meetings of the club, the members have been provided with the opportunity to discuss and familiar- ize themselves with the current events which are at present molding world history. The oustanding accomplishment of the club for the past year was the conducting of a very successful A. M. assembly, at which members addressed the audience on the Manchurian situation. 1,65 . A . Q X -. HH , ' ... ,-,. Q3 '15 .... 511.123 .gffgfi -ll zgy.-z'--. ..ggfQ'-. --'I :. N.. .--1-CZ" '-jqr, 5 ' .I ix ' 5 gf, 'tg . :,,:,' -,wg-:ggrggz 1-.-.tv-I. :-if 2:!.'.:':x: 1.'::.' 4 :iam ln Glhvmi ani! Glherkvr Glluh ORToN BIAY . Prcxiclent Mluuo SlC'l"1'l Sevrclary-Irvusurm' DR. Zim 1x11-:RMAN Faculty .-ldztisvr XVhen the Chess and Checker Club recommenced activities last September, there were hut two veterans remaining from the team of the previous year. However, by much diligent training and practice, a first-class team was tinally developed. ln the first match of the season, the llillhousc team defeated the alumni by a snhstantial margin. However, the second contest, with the Y. M. C. A. team was not so successful. Probably the most thrilling match of the season was played against the faculty. in which the students were victorious with a narrow lead of one point. Thus encouraged. the team fought courageously throughout the remainder of the season. winning a large majority of their nine meets. 166 cztwit:-.EI-:...: :.:--greg, it.: - gh!-':1. 1:I.fifg':ff iii? - g3'IfIf3'Ef X -1. ..3"-:af-: .:'+:.: ' zirtrz- 5. .1' -. 61:1 - 2" ": 'ri :XS -we-Eiiiiz' 1:95-:. :-sr :-1-P.:-' ::-'-Z:1rf- r.'::.- 4 7.--. ft:-:'::. -1.'.:':-FII-' iijiii . X l' i 8 5 . :Ai 15111112 rnnnmirn Olluh ADELE COLLETT . President XFIRGINIA KNIGI'1'1l . Vive-President P.-xUL1NE BEIILER . Secretary l'IELl2N T11ox1vs0N . Tmrsiiiw' The Home Economics Club was established in 1929 by Miss East, and, under her direction, it is growing and improving rapidly. The object of this club is to fur- ther the interest in home economics and to have its members become better ac- quainted with national leaders in this field. This group has the advantage of belonging to a national organization. Each year fl meeting, open to all girls in the state belonging to this type of club, is held at the Connecticut College of Agriculture. Here interesting reports of all the clubs are given, and various speakers are heard. The Home Economics Club is of special value, for its members may visit places of interest in the city, especially connected with home economics. Bakeries, hospi- tals. and laundries are inspected, and the modern methods employed are observed. Thus social. intellectual. and practical advantages are otiferecl to those belonging to this group. 167 urban Snrirtg Giforunz GUBIN . President JACK IQRAUSE . . I 'irc-Pwsifilvizt Ilixnoum GRI-:i1:NmzRu . Svrrvmry .'XR'l'lll'R Darrcu . . Trmsurcr The Nordau Society was founded in 1922 by Morris Nordau, a Hillhouse gradu- ate. and since then it has experienced an unbroken career as the leading organization of the school which has a fraternal purpose but no secrecy attached to its activities. Included in the Nordau Society's program of activities for this past year have been a fathel'-and-sou banquet. two successful dances. the conducting of a school asscmlmly, and a varied athletic program. Both seniors and juniors comprise the membership of the club, and members are admltted upon invitation only. In working' as a well-organized unit, the Nordau Society strives to attain a high degree ot iraternahsm without the ritualistic creed attached to the secret societies. 168 v .--.. r '??.:::.fif. :-F? f21'?.:1'.'5:'i'-Z:1:i: 2.':':l" j e 'i:Z-1':?. -xi.:-::.1:'l-'qiiir Y I x L -z 'x 1 A ' ' in-E .1 Zlvmmh T51-15 DAN DAVIS . . President SIMON HL'n1al.nANK . Vive-Pr0.ridc'nf NED G0'1'TI.IliB . Secretary Issnoiuc IDONNER . . Trmszfrer The jewish Hi-Y, an organization for jewish boys of the junior and senior classes. is under the supervision of the Y. M. H. A., as well as under the school's direction. lt functioned this year as a new group. and, although still in the ex- perimental stages. it has shown the qualities of organization necessary to the long life of a lasting group. In the activities of the jewish Hi-Y, there has been included lectures given by members of the faculty of Hillhouse. These speakers have been Mr. Phillip Hyman, Major James Shanley, and Mr. George Davis. An assembly program in April, a father and son banquet, and joint meetings with the Girls' jewish Hi-Y comprise the remainder of the projects carried out by the group. The organization has as its aim the furtherance of jewish fellowship and associ- ation prompted by high school relationship. This creed is held up to the members as an ideal for the completion of their work. 169 f :f,:1g:gg.jq1g:j agp: 1i-Q 1 ,Q-ape:3:jg1.t5i:'135 ijiij :I-253:55 1: '.: .- -:.':1Z-5:25 fig' , .-. 'E 1:65551 -"- -: :ti 1-:' :Ti 1- ,. .3 :. :PF 5" 'z ' " I' ' ' ' :Z X w 4-X123-:xx rf.: :'.. 'rr -' -.-- -. 22 f-'-!'- L- -.i:.' 4 '--.'. Zz:-If. ht 5 " ' ' 5 55? Antrunnmg Glluh RI'li,4 CAVRUDATZ . . President THELMA MAY . . Secretary Tuoxms EDMUNDSON . Treasurer MR. KIMHALI. . . Furnlly Ad-z'1'sm' The Astronomy Club, although in its lirst year of existence, has shown marked and rapid progress. Led by M r. Kimball, a new-comer to the faculty of Hillhouse, the club has attained an active membership totalling eighteen, all of whom are ar- dent followers of the mysteries of the universe. The club has erected on the roof of the school a ten-inch telescope. and through this medium it has been able to plot and draw. in the course of the year, many maps and charts of the better-known constellations. ln the activities of the club was also included a visit to the Yale Astronomical Observatory on 'Prospect Street. There the members garnered much interesting and valuable knowledge concerning the heavens. In affording an opportunity for astronomical study, this club has brought to New Haven High School a phase of science which has heretofore been much neglected. The enthusiasm displayed by the members and their eager interest in the subject of- fer sutlicient evidence that the Astronomy Club will be active in the school's extra- curricular activities for many years to come. 170 ...... . . .... . .. ...... r - ' S ali? lgnrk Square lilagvrz NORTON LEv1NE . President BETTY Voos . . Vive-President MARJORIE SCH NisLI.1c . Secretary RIAMIE CIPOLLINI . Treasurer The purpose of the York Square Players is to give an opportunity for students interested in drama to get actual experience in the production of plays of high standard. This experience may be in the acting itselt or in the hack stage work. The programs of the monthly meetings consisted of talks on the drama, reviews of recent plays, and the presentation of one-act plays. During the year the club was addressed by several prominent speakers. including Miss Elizabeth lilson of the Yale Drama School. Under the guidance of Miss Pauline McQuigg, the York Square Players met with another successful season. High-lights of the year were one act of "The Birds' Christmas Carol," presented at the Christmas assembly, and the annual three-act play. The Hillhonse Thespians presented as their spring production "The Private Secretaryn, a three-act farce by Charles Hawtry. 171 - ff q.s5sg.g:.' 3.1,-.2 5s.ie:t5 ' .5gga:3qq2.2 :'15 . 5:-15335-5 x 21 ': : -: .12-1:25 "3-F . fait: " 3'1Z'r' 1- ..- -1 I- .f-'-xi' -' Z:-'-5 I . L' . 'il :L '.ii- 'Af'::lf:!: 51151. "Q ':'q---. I2!.".2'. x. -fit. 4 ---'. Z.:-... I1l.:.-.'- - - :.- L ll. I . 4 -'S A 5 o gfef w I-I I-l t , Y 1 nnnunn "01liirk" Enmrn Hillhouse High School is indeed fortunate in having for its athletic director and major team coach so line a man as "Chick" Bowen. VVithout a doubt, "Chick" is one of the most successful high school coaches in Connecticut. Since he first came to Hillhouse ten years ago. the term "Bowenmen" has come to mean a winning team. Singularly enough, "Chick" has had more success with football and basketball than with baseball, the game which he himself played. For the past two seasons, "Chick's" football teams have been state champions, winning sixteen consecutive games and being scored against for only three touchdowns. These past two seasons have also seen most successful basketball teams, last year's quintet winning twenty- one consecutive games to take the state title, and this year's edition gaining the runner-up position for the state title and third place in the New England tourna- ment. Last year's baseball team had a Fifty-fifty season, with this year's nine turn- ing in a little better record. livery player on any one of Hillhouse's three major teams has the utmost of re- spect for "Chick" Bowen's knowledge. They know that they are having the bene- lit of the instruction of one of the best coaches in the state. We have seen the best basketball player in the state listening most attentively to "Chick's" instruction about a minor point of the game, because he knew that, no matter how good a player he was, he could improve his playing by following the teachings of the coach. Because of the fact that "Chick" knows boys and how to handle them, he and his players have always gotten along very well together. and many boys in this school consider him as their best friend on the faculty. Because of his fine coaching ability and because he is a "regular fellowl' "Chick" Bowen is respected and acclaimed by every pupil in Hillhouse, a name which he has greatly helped to make famous. 172 A 51.-5-,rj 'j'3.Fi2E-51:4-51-.:'--E -2-'-1' .. -. Y ., , V -J -'4-'.- 1'-.f,':!:j,-gf::.:':-5-3,-.1-f ., . ...V I v 1.1.1 -. -1, 1 .1. :.,,:I--3X..g:1.-.:..I.:.: 5:':::::1l L:-',-,v:..:E.:F5.'..v rv Y ' 'A uf- --,,- -f-:,-..g1:-"-'.g:'-:..'-'11--,-fr,-5. .l , , Q . . . ..pA.,-, R.. , ..... th., . 1.1, .,A . - --uw. ...,.7.,--z..-.-,f..-1,LL.-.,'g -. 5' . . ',-1 . -, - , 1 3-i':'-'flffl-"--'-'Q I.--n gg.. . ..... , . : -- sc.:-..5-.Q.,'..:-,.5..5,::.,:ti.-Jn: K NL -' --.. J L-Qgy,-g', . ., ,-- .-1-.',-g ,-: -.jr .:.:L .HQ .. :':'-'-"-ITL.. .. ,-9 'flf-7L:E3:',:2: 55'-'-"'5'1.'qfjY-riff "'-Q-2 wg.-.. . - .. , I 55,2 'H - , .-.-',"' J, fl- . -I: Q-' +,"- 'fl 'L' -. ..-.Q-N U , ' ' ' L'-'--v'f.'L-,"2-,",3-.'.'ff7F:1:-.-1- ffz-1.--,c JPY!! -'v'- '.."r +-- --1.'.,,. .V .It -,'."'r. 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Z 'S -.. v S4 .-- ROBERT Ho R v.- .- 4 Z - Z .4 ... ... ... U UE MANUEL 'F E Q Ln N EM MONS Howl-1 -1 Yf'1'55'1l5l'F'2f-'iff-'QL'-'-' 3':':K1HEl- '-:': 1 754?1'1'11'1?:.:if2'fg' - fm: -'I-JS:-, if ' .: -5:31:35 .:g::::.f 'N :!:z'::--'.'-..3gfg--,- :Z ,,.' ., .:::'. " 'J "I 'fI. '-.'. :L 1.63 'Nf'!.'1f:x': ?.'f:':'I. "Fr "1'.'-Z".'2l!-'-2'-'M 3.7:-' l in"-' 'ff:'1'JI. -i.'.:'Jf51 -' I :jim , ll. N'-iii!-. 631. "-:SIP ii!-ji A A s IX!!-ll-15 Left End .... Left Tackle .... . . Left Guard .... . . Center ....... Right Guard . . Ri ht Tacl'lc Hillhouse, 12-- NVest Haven. 6 illnnthall THE LINEUP Edward Bobinski . . . Burt johnson . Harold Botwick Albert Pesticci Harry Kramer Louis DeFilippo g x .... . . . Right End ..... . . . Edward Urbanski Quarterback . . Le ft Halfback ..... ...... Right Hal fhack .... Fullback ........ ................ .... Hillhouse Hillliouse Hillhouse H illhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse .... Hillhouse Hillhouse Tomi. Wo . . John Urhanski . VValter Haesche . . . . . . . VVilliam McNulty Paul Massey, Captain 1932 RECORD .... 19 N. L. Bulkeley ... .. 0 .. . 21 Crosby ........ . . 0 . . 18 Coinmercial . . . . 0 .. 34 Hartford .. . .. O . . 26 Fairfield ..... . . 0 .. . l3 New Britain .... . . 6 . . 30 Wlarren Harding . . . 0 . . . . . 12 VVest Haven . . . . . . 6 173 TOTAI, 12 I1 8 Lost '0 Tied 0 175 11 1.-'.::..::3 :: ::-:ga .E 11-Z 1 k:zqEE-:qi I-:if Q-2. l I :I fi g "-fi 25. -. .ff -af:-5 152:55 . -ar :4:-?.E2'.- E 55:-::1: 4. :::':l' 4 'if-21. -fn-193. :iff .' .--' 1 .-: ll. 1 A 55' . A q K :E e V IN!-ll-IS 1' 1 z 314 Hillhouse, 30 - XVa1'1'en Harding. 0 THE SEASON . Xvithout a doubt, the 1932 football team was the best eleven to ever represent Hillhouse on the gridiron. Captain Massey's combination won the State. Triangu- lar League and District Titles: won eight successive games. scoring 173 points to 12 by opponents: placed eight men on the all-district team, and seven men on the first and second all state elevens. This is surely a record of which Hillhouse can well be proud. GAMES HILLHOUSE, 19: BULKELEY, 0 ' After being held scoreless for three periods, the Hillhouse offensive clicked and Urbanski carried the pigskin over twice and Montagna tallied once. Bobinski con- verted the extra point. In this opening game. Hillhouse showed the strength which has given it the State Championship. HILLHOUSE. 21 1 CROSBY. O Three long runs, one of 25 yards by McNulty. and two of 70 and 50 by nl. Ur- banski netted 18 points for the Bowenmen. Louie Ferrara kicked the extra point. ln the last period. E. Urbanski and Kramer nailed Farley, a Crosby back, behind the line for a safety. HILLHOUSE, 18: COMMERCIAL. 0 Although Hillhouse was expected to whitewash a weak Commercial eleven, the Business lads showed considerable spunk in holding the Blue-and-VVhite to only three touchdowns. In fact. two of the tallies were scored by passes to Bobinski and Angell. McNulty ran 20 yards for the other touchdown. 176 iiif......I- N-r-I+-I-5 . 5 .Q I, , X f 5 A l' -. . Hillhouse. 13 - New Britain. 6 l'IlLLle1UUS1i, 34: HARTFORD, 0 Pre-rated Hillhousc's strongest opponent. Hartford Public High proved to be an easy victim to a smoothly functioning local eleven. Long runs by fleet-footed Vliillie McNulty pared the way for the local scores. I-IILLHOUSE, 26: FAIRFIELD, 0 ln the second period. Johnnie Urbanski started things off with a bang by travers- ing 70 yards of old mother earth for the first score. Vtfith this as an impetus, Hill- house went to work and didn't stop until Ludlowe's goal had been crossed thrice more and two extra points had been added. HILLHOUSE. 13: NEVV BRITAIN, 0 For the tirst time Hillhouse beat New Britain twice in succession when the Shea- men were defeated in a close contest. Margentino intercepted a Hillhouse pass and ran 45 yards to be the first one to cross Hillhouse's goal line in nine games. VV ith this victory. thc Bowcnmen took the Triangular League title. HILLHOUSIE, 30: XR-'ARREN HARDING, 0 ln about four inches of mud. Hillhouse skidded across the Presidents goal line hve times. The Blue-and-VVhite plays clicked perfectly and if the ground had been dry. H illhouse would have rolled up its highest score of the year. HILLHOUSE, 12 g XVEST HAVEN, 6 For the first time in l8 games, Hillhouse had to fight an uphill battle. Urbanski scored. but VV est Haven tied the count on a long pass. The tilt remained tied up till the last quarter when Donnelly. substitute end. caught a pass and romped 30 yards for the deciding touchdown. State Champions! 1.77 --. . .--- .. --.-U, - .. ,u,. .. 'gn .gg-. 0. ., .'-.U . . , -. L - .--. -A Y: : : ....:2. -. -.-.- -.".. 1:5 I .-.... N 1 , A 5 ' 0 Aj' Tim ll ha PI Ifiauak W' I J r - I 'I I .. : N! I 1 f . 145: . 'HI Ll ii: : 51 - .F . , :.'1:3:' .-.5551 i2'.f Cin? , 4::Z Q '3'f1 ' E51 -. gut' 113:12 7.'." ..', aiu Ca pf ARD HOBINSKI Enw .,v w HARVEY linux, STAN! 1 Y CrsTows141 . .llauagers EMMONS BOWEN . . Coach -.1-ii--31-1.-,-:eg.-:. 1 354213119 i - :Y-Ziff: if 5-ISE--I .5.."?:' 'Q15 fn 13Ef1'E1:gf 1- ,f :,,:5.i?- ., 111-Zif: "-..i" 'fZ. '-I. ':Z. Inf. 'Nz?.':f::: :.'.:':'.. .-ra -'-.-.-. . -..:.' 4 .. . ...-.... ' '.?, .':TJ.'. '?.i:f . :-if lXI'i-lrl-VS Burt" Johnson 1932-1933 RISC OR ,D Regular Srlzzwizrlc' x Yr Eddie" Bobinski Hillhonsc . .. .... 37 Bl'Zl1li0lAKi . . . 28 1-Iillllousc . . . . 43 Alumni . . . . . . 45 I-iillhousc . .. . . 43 Branforcl . . . . . 27 Hillhousc .. . . . 53 W'0ax'cr ...... . . 33 Hillhousc .... . . 1 1 i"iZ'll'tf01'C1 ....... . . 24 Hillhousc .... . . 16 N. L. Buikclcy . . . . 11 Hillhousc . . . .. 41 Viiest Haven .... . . 21 Hillhousc . . . . 40 Crosby ..... . 28 Hillhonsc . . . . 39 i'1a1'tford .... . . 23 Hillhousc .... . . 31 1Vcavcr ...... . 25 Hillhnuse .... . . 33 Commercial . . . . 15 Hillhousc . .... . . 32 New Britain .... . . 40 Hillhousc .. . . . 33 Crosby ....... . . 31 Hillhousc . . . . . 37 1Vest 11311011 .... . . 19 Hillhousc . .... ...... 3 0 New Britain .... . . 35 I-iillhonsc .... .. ...... 42 Comnlcrcial . . . . . 22 YALIQ TOURNAMENT 1-Iillhonse .. . ....... 47 Xvillfiilillll ........... . . . . 15 Hilihousc ................ . 35 Meriden ............. . .... 31 Hilihousc ........... . ..... 21 Bristol .............. 23 NIEXVPORT - NEW' ENGLAND TOURNAMENT Hillliousc . ................ 33 VVestfie1c1. Mass. ...... 18 Hilihousc .......... . ...... 31 Fitchburg. Mass. . . . 32 CONSOLATION GAME Hillhousc . . . ........ 45 DeL:1s:111c. R. 1. . . . 32 'BilI" Fleming "Eddie"Shia 179 f g3.jq...:.: 3:-91-59, -155:35 -,tj 1 -.kg-:i:13:.:5i :-1553 i l - 3:-15395 5 5j.:g3:3.::::E 332335: . 'Q : 2. 32-333 fiff .N 1332151 -I iff :'1'5 2- .. :- :5513 'z ' '. I " ' ' :'-. , 'ati -Azygsggg H.: gg, 2-:a -'.',,-, ::!.'.!'!x. -.i:. : ...'. 11:-II. 1'..:':-.-il-Qii,1 It .A A 5 5 :gg "Frankie" lwanski Best team in the district! Second best team in the state! Third best team in New England! That is the record compiled hy this XQZIITS haskethall team. Throughout the whole season. the quintet ehalked up sixteen victories and were docked for six defeats. The Bowenmen opened the season with an unimpressive victory of 37-28 over Branford. A week later Hillhouse showed up surprisingly well against a powerful Alumni team that was far out of the home team's class hy holding the Alumni to a one-basket margin of victory. Branford fell again, and then Hillhouse showed ex- cellent form in trouneing Vtfeaver 53-33, with Eddie Bohinski scoring twenty-nine points. , . "Pinkie" Reilly Then catastrophe! Ill fortune hit the Hillhouse hoopsters all at once. Eddie Bohinski contracted a severe head-cold. Frank Iwanski, star forward, was sus- pended and ineligible for a week. Burt Johnson also suffered from a cold, and Eddie Shia sustained an infected elbow. With this list of cripples, the quintet went to Hartford for the first Tri-angular League game. Hillhouse didn't have a chance, and suffered a 24-11 defeat. VV ith this team fthe first scholastic defeat in twenty- live gamesj on their record. the Blue-and-Xvhite hoopsters went to work. Minus the services of Bobinski and Iwanski, the Bowenmen went to New London and eked out a 16-11 win over Bulkeley High. 5 , 5 180 ' to .-in,..3,.:,.'.:,:..:..a. !..,.l:g.3, zgkgxr 1.3 1 5:3-3 s fx. . :g.gfg.5:55 a5.g:g::3-35:3 ..g - - -- 1 . '15-4,3 - .':.g: L- - . -5:3 -.g...-.--5 - - - -- - -'SI -25 9:57 irfsiz. -it '-S:-P.: - 1.'::l- 4 -::.11. 'i:Z-122: Ev.:-:rsf -' 1 ' ill. ' :il-. ::. 1. . 4- Q. Q ', "Lou" Ferrara VVest Haven, Crosby, and Hartford succumbed in order to the smoothly-working Hillhouse combine. At this time. the team was greatly bolstered by the addition of "Pinky" Reilly. veteran guard. Playing slightly otlf form, the Hillhouse quintet took a three-basket victory over Weaver, defeated Commercial's weak team, and then lost decisively to a superior New Britain team. Crosby was bested by only one basket in the last seven seconds of play on Hillhouse's court. W'est Haven, the weakest team in the district. was Hillhouse's next victim. Then, after leading al- most the whole game. lrlillhouse dropped behind and lost again to New Britain. .-X twenty point victory over Commercial closed Hillhouse's regular schedule. Entering the Yale Tournament as nmnber four team, Hillhouse overwhelmed lNindhani in the lirst round. edged out Meriden in the semi-finals. and then lost the championship game to a wonderful Bristol Team by one basket. As a finalist in the Yale Tournament, l-lillhouse earned the right to be one of Connecticut's two representatives to the Newport New England Tournament. The llowenmen passed into the semi-finals by virtue of a victory over Fitchburg. Mass.. later losing to W'estlield, Mass. again by one point. ln the consolation tinals, Hill- house secured third place in the tourney by defeating Del .asalle. "Ed" Donnelly i 131 " 182 36:3 QQLJ Us 'qi 35. Ol I9 G6 -M H. D I1-E m E .E. ml? 52. Zi 55 35N :ai ce-" HxQ ,JI .ujii 'O 3x3 4 -1. :L - tif. -Mm: -::: -H -..:: : ' I Enrkeg 1932-1933 RECORD 1-lillhouse Branford . Hillhouse Alumni . . . Hillhouse Commercial Hillhouse Brattleboro Hillhouse Roxbury .. Hillhouse Brattleboro Hillhouse Commercial Hillhouse Holyoke .. Hillhouse Commercial lVon O Lost 2 Tied 1 Under the expert tutelage of Coach joe W'irtz, the Hillhouse hockey team went through its schedule on victory-winged skates. leaving no doubt of its superiority over practically any other team in all New England. This year's hockey team was surely the finest combine that has ever taken the ice for Hillhouse. The pueksters started off auspiciously with a 5-1 win over Branford. The alumni game followed, and although Hillhouse put up a game battle, the veteran lineup was one goal too strong for them. Last year's series with Commercial had ended in a tic. Therefore, I-lillhonse supporters were elated when the Wirtz- men won the first Commercial game this year. The Blue-and-Xkfhite also distin- guished themselves by twice defeating Brattleboro, champions of Vermont. Hill- house also beat Holyoke, Mass., thus proving themselves to be about the best to be found in New England. Roxbury proved to be a tight defensive combination, and after an overtime, the game ended in a goose-egg tie. The second game with Commercial was won by the Business lads, again tying up the district series, and necessitating a post-season play- off. Hillhouse decisively ended the district series by defeating its York Square ri- vals in the play-oil. 1 An outstanding feature of this year's hockey team is that the lineup contained no individual stars. but the team was a sinooth-working, co-operative combine. 183 ' i'!l7'f-'tf"l33l:i'.'-if - t':"-Qilijf .25-Tiff "bi ' ,3fi?:'1':fI:I:-ijfllfzi 5 Izffflff -, :.. U, 3 .. .,., -::,g::',k gaimn: i 'SJ 51? '...,.:.-i.,:. :... L .. we :. -5:-H s -.':.::. : . . :.. . PS... :it 'Nf'5::!::: ::.:'3'I. '-:P --1'.-I-. SZ!-"-Ph. -.'J:: 4 v - ::.-. :I. -z'.:':..-Z - I' z 5. I I. . .,.'. F3 .2555-i 533- 1315" HPI: " n g I-1'i':" F .ni pqdfgy Elrark Zilvann JOHN LFRBANSKI .... Clipmin Nllfll.-HEI. l,'A1uxRia1.I.A, hlARYlN liuom 1-:R .llaluryzvzr F Rico 'l'u'rTI.E .... Cburli THE RIECGRD Indoor Interscholnsties -First Place VVon By lolillhonse Hillhonse ......... ........ 5 4 Roxbury ............... . 45 Hillhouse . . . 62 Xlfesleynn Frosh .. . 42 Hillhouse . , ., 72 Hnlkeley ........ . 32 Hillhonse ........ . ........ 67 XVZIITCII llurding ........ . 37 Yule lnterseholusties - First l'lz1ee lN'on liy llillhouse Hillhonse had an exceptionally strong track team this year and was well equipped in practically every event. ln the middle of lx"l2lI'Cll. the Tnttlemen successfully defended their Indoor Title hy winning first place over Manchester, their nearest competitor, by a 37-2214 score. VVhen the spring season came around, the track team went right through, defeating their opponents by decisive scores. 184 x - A A s K v . ww:-w:f::1-5-2:-:-1' ffaaaaze. 'Sgr sf:er5E1I:t:.f5r':'13? I gllllv ff'ffifsf.f ' , '1 -5 -: -- fi-125 '-1.553 . :E3 7:-" -"- -' Fi 2- . -1 :- :xi 'I':'1'f- 1 IJ" ff. '..', '23, Q' '.-Yf':::f::': ':.'.x'f':- I-:T .'f'.21- 22 3.3.2 'Cm -:ICJ 4 '-1' . !:.'- I. . I .: . . .- . - . 2 f.- P lr. The Olllt-llllllillllg' pcrformzmce of "NVillic" McNulty, sprint ace, was without :l clouht thc high-spot ol thc team. lly running the l00 in the Yale Iutcrscllolustics in thv rcnuzwkuhlc time of 0.6 sccoucls, McNulty has proven himsclf to he without :l pcm' in ihis state. Cilllllllll john "l3l'0l1C0H Urhzmski was also Il consistent point-gettcr, usually sure of ll placc in ths l0O. 220, and shot put. Larry Lewis. El junior, showed surprising form in thc 100 :mcl 220, often running scconcl to thc uuhcatahlc McNulty. Ryzufs work in thc mile-run. NL-lsou's in the high uucl running' hrozuljump, BCIISOIIIS :md Dwight l.cwis' llI2ll'liS in Khc pole vault, wcrc ull nhovf: orcliuzlry. XVith such il galaxy of stars in thc curry list. the llillhousc track tczml was am in- viucihlv comhiuv, one of thc most successful teams on this past yc:u"s sport czllcmlzux 185 v . .- .... .. - . .., - - -, 3: ,- - . ,-,-:--,:- 5, gr, -.,-.'.'.':". '.' -'- '-az'-.'f:j.3:.'3.'q131, -::"-.-.:.:J. -52.-gg tif ' .::'fg'.:-"::'.:Xf-li.: .- -.-L.: .?-I-.?.f:-1:.-,fa-:.?5,.1 X . ' . ...::--'-:-- --uc-: ..'-:'-IH ' -' 1-1 .' . .::-'. - -1 . "-EI 'Ei '-bteiff. -Q "lt-3:Z'.'Ei'i:-fztrf. :.':':5' 4 'ii'i" 'fd-Trl. -H'.r:Z.11' -' r" 1 -29 Il. Eazrhall W11.I.1A:v1 lXl0N'l'AGNA . Captain .Emmons Bowlers Couch Starting off the season with a 7-4 victory over Wk-st Haven, the liowenmen showed fine form, and continued to look good in beating Shelton and Commercial. After a tight game, VVeaver managed to push across the winning run in the ninth frame. Then Milford .Prep fell before the onslaught of the Blue-and-1Vhite. ln the next game with NVest Haven, Hillhouse had an oFf day and took a 10-0 beating. Then followed a slug-fest with Lyman Hall, with the count of 25-14. At Light- house Park joe Wood struck out fourteen men to beat Commercial by a 10-2 score. The infield was somewhat revamped during the season. .-Xt the beginning of the season, "Eddie" Donnelly was at third. with Pettaway at short and Montagna on second. Donnelly couldn't seem to keep his pegs to first down, however, so Mon- lagna, who had played at third the previous year, went hack to his own position. with l'ettaway taking second, and the short-stop berth being ably filled by Aiden. Paul Massey. a varsity pitcher for three years, was the number one hurler, with Timmie Finn and joe W'ood also performing a major part of the mound work. Harry Dickinson was the only south-paw on the pitching crew. Richard Pettaway batted in the clean-up position and was the tea1n's best hitter. .lolnmie Lengyel was a constant threat to opposing pitchers. Eddie Bobinski, who had been a heavy hitter the previous year. suffered from "foulitis'l, constantly fouling the ball into left field and seeming to be unable to straighten out his hits. Individual honors should go to -lohnnie l.engyel. Johnnie has real baseball sense. No pitcher could ask for a better man on the receiving end of the battery. 186 'fiQ:5'g5:'-5'g'.-jt.'3.'E1'.1' r:'P:iH?- 5s.s::.i :LN wang N , :1'15S:55 -'r-25:- ' az: "f1:1:Q -.::f-if ' , 1251-ty :'. 1-1 ,,.' ., .::g'.- -"' -- "-14--'1 -5:. -4. :L -.sf -sv:-:.-zrzr: ac:-f-:. --ss x ::::-' 4 'N-'1'::. .-.-.:-::.-: ' ' L I.. Tlx.. G2-1' c' .25 A Q. 4 187 f'ClfCu.,, div I N..- 3 f ,- J! ' Lg ff-4f+Q..,, A s 0 x x Q. 12:3-.-n. :..-l-..-:3'.x. .kj .: : -.3 Q -1.3.1.-1-.1-:-:Q ,-53' It IF: .12 . .:.:::.:.:: :AI-f.f:g.1g.:,:q E-:vt t '--2.:-1-i- -'-I-fb 4 -:11::.:-zz"-"-1:-. - - 1T"I:'fC-".L1'.'.t-.il 'fa -:':.1-.-,-:-:- :1::?--5 .s ':-1 1:-.p --22': ':- :Q - -- ..-- :- .- : - . '- , '.nf. -Anvil-::: :.'.:':'.. 1-er --J...-. :::.'.1'ix. -.iii 4 '-..". .:,'.Jf. ng'.:':,,-1 . " , , ll. Glrnaa Glnuutrg Grant lim.:-11 S1-:1ms'1'I,xN1 . Captain 'liuoxms llvkm-3 . lllmmggp- l'iRliIJ 'l'l'T'rLlc . . . Coaclz 1932 RECORD tW'inner is team with lowest scorej l-Lillhouse . . 45 Norwich ...... 15 Hillhouse . 20 Yale Frosh .... 35 ljlillhouse . 15 Wlesleyan F rosh 40 Hillhouse . 31 Hztrtford Public 24 Hillhouse ......... . ....... 20 lVzu'reu Harding 44 Yale lnterscholztstics -- -- Hillhouse wou second place with 75 points. lVou 3 ---- Lost 2 This year the cross-country teatm was composed almost entirely of new men. lu spite of this handicap. the hztrriers had 11 better season tluui was expected. Although they started oil' by dropping the lirst meet to Norwich Free Academy by :L 40-15 score. the llill-ztncl-dalers defeated the Yule and W'esley:1n freshmen, and then took over at highly touted VVzu'rcu Harding combine, after losing to an exceedingly strong Hart ford Public High team. The Tuttlemeu climaxed their season and surprised everyone.by placing second in the Yule Interscholastics. Because the team was made up mostly of new men. with such runners as Brady, Lfourcey. Abbzttello, and Curl on the squad. :t most successful season is predicted for next fall's cross-country team. 188 'S A A 5 X tggmntmiir Gram ROLAND BIRDSALL Captain JACK STIQED . . . Manager VVILLIAM FIZNSTENMACHER . Coach Under the capable direction of "Bill" Fensteinacher and Roland liirdsall. the 1933 gym team practiced diligently all year for the presentation of three exhibitions, The exhibitions were presented in the latter part of the year to the Freshmen, Soph- omore, and Junior classes at regular assemblies of the respective groups. The ex- hibition to the Senior class was omitted this year as well as the ones usually pre- sented to the junior high schools. The routine of the gym team consisted of parallel bar work, tumbling, and pyra- mid formations. The roles of the two clowns. who furnish the comedy in exhibi- tions. but who really have the hardest feats of all to perform. were expertly filled by Captain Roland Birdisall and Dominic Rande. Birdsall and Henry Mueller had the job of performing the slow motion work or "grinds" on the parallel bars. stunts which require perfect physical and nervous control. jack Steed developed a blind- fold act on the parallel bars, a feat which can be performed only by perfect timing and steady nerves. A good number of the men on the team were juniors, and with this year's ex- perience, they will compose a crack team of gymnasts next year. 189 .f v X .. ... lXl'l-l-l'-VS EDDIE SHIA JERRY ROZEN Surfer Umm ti lcolual-: jo11Ns'1'oN li ...... Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse THIS YEAR'S RECORD .. ...... 4 Hopkins . . . . 2 Stamford .... . 0 VVest Haven . . . . 0 Stamford .... . O Choate ..... O O 0 . Taft ..,.. Roxbury ......... . . Yale Frosh ......... . . VVon 1 Lost 5 Tied 2 Caffrzflz Manager Couch 1 2 1 2 3 O 1 2 Wfith Captain Eddie Shia as the only regular left from the previous season, the 1932 soccer team was built up almost entirely of new material. As a result of this handicap. this year's soccer team had the poorest season in Hillhouse history. Al- though the Held was always dry for practice, the majority of the games were played in the mud, another factor which worked against the Johnstone men. Captain Shia, rated as the best goalie in the state, did much to prevent opponents from scoring. 190 llirratling Gram JACK SOLOMON . ..... . Captain .IAMIzs BROWN . Manager MR. Wol.sT1cNHOI.iin . . . . Coach 1933 RECORD QH illhouse . . 11 Taft ..... 21 llillhouse . .. 13 Ansonia . . 10 Hillhouse . .. IZM Choate . . . 1915 Hillhouse . 6 Y. M. C. A 21 Hillhousc .... . . 6 Yale Frosh 21 Hillhouse .. .... 21 Boys' Club O Vlfon 2 Lost 4 Hindered by a lack of experienced men in the heavyweight classes. the 1933 Hill- house wrestling team won only two meets in a schedule of six. The grapplers won the lightweight matches easily enough, but the heavyweights were usually downed by more experienced and dexterous matmen. The two meets with prep-schools. Taft and Choate. were lost by wide margins, both schools being out of I-lil1hOuse's class. Ansonia gave Hillhouse a close battle but was edged out by three points. The Y. M. C. A. and the Yale Frosh were far too strong for Hillhouse and won their matches by overwhelming scores. In the final meet of the season Hillhouse blanked the Boys' Club by a crushing 21-O count. Captain Jack Solomon and Edward Minor had the distinction of being undefeated throughout the entire season. 191 :-stains, 1 :Sir 5155 if. HIII . :I-rf-sag 251'-' .31 .'-Z-I -:':.-133175 i-l3f?5':' .'.- 'E-:.a':5S::'f-:5:f51':' :2Z' i: ..--2 f:.:F.iE' 'Z'f'Ii- 1 ' H H fi H uf. ::. -.1-. -haw:-::: -.'-wx. .-:f .'..-.-. ..--'--'-'-- -..:. : ..:.... -z'.::-.-. ' I 1 ',:-,msg It --."'-iifi.. si 'Fla 4. 5 5 if ..-FIT, . xiii: IXII-II-IS Seninr Girlz' ignrkeg Gram Blf:'r1'Y fDRZIECHO1VSKA ......... Cajwtain. IRENE LYNCH . Manager Miss SISK . . . Coach Hillhouse .... . 5 P. M. School .... . O Hillhouse .... . 4 Milford ........ . 0 Hillhouse .... . 3 P. M. School .... . O Hillhouse .... . 1 Milford ....... . 1 The Girls' Hillhouse Hockey Team. under the leadership of Captain Orzechow- ska, concluded a highly successful season by winning three out of four games played and tieing the other. The fall season opened with two games heing played between the upperclassmen and thc afternoon school. They resulted in the following scores: 5-O, and 3-O, in favor of the varsity team. The next contest, which was played with the Milford High School girls, proved the superiority of the Hillhouse team by the score of 4-0. The final game at Milford, although a tie 1-1, marked the end of a season replete with good sportsmanship and excellent team work. 192 i 'sag:s':e:1:e:-1:gs-2:-:-13 :':'a1a59- 1 ,gaa:z1j:1:'.25:':'i35 3 953255 -'I-,f:... U. 11 5. .:.. f::.:1fZ Xiffffi 1 -:l','I':. ,'1.':fi-...' .'--I gn .. .D :HW '. '.:.::' 't ' K I" ' :I-1" -gg. 23. '::. -Xi-:::f:xE 1-.ax-S-2. '-:F -1'.'.11.' :: :.'-.:':-.. f.'l:. . '2?.-'. 's :.-Z':?. -1'.:':..-1 - " 1 af. gga, Ili. --:.,.. 4.35: 2. :Sf : ' 'f'-P " ' ' isa?-:s Girlz' maakvthall Gram Bmrx' O1!ZlECllOXN'SKrX . Cafviain ELEANOR HUL1'EEN . Manager Miss SISK . . . . . Coach SENIOR RECORD Seniors . . . .... 22 Juniors . . . . . 30 Seniors . . . . . 25 Juniors . . . 24 Seniors . . . . . 26 juniors ..... . . . 37 Seniors . . . . . 23 Sophomores . . . . 24 Although the records belie the facts, the Senior Basketball Team displayed some line playing during the basketball season. Captain Orzechowska led a lighting team against the juniors and sophomores, and if not for some bad breaks, they would have come through with victory. It was necessary to play two out of three games to determine the winner of the senior-junior contest. After hard playing on the part of both teams, the juniors emerged victorious. In the senior-sophomore tilt, the sophomores won by the small margin of one point. Joy Goddard was high scorer throughout the tournament having fifty points to her credit. A demonstration of good team work was clearly shown by all the girls. 1 93 :gala-,j,1g.15.-Q..-:Z :,:.:.1i 3., 555:35 1 zgggest-.iiiga l I . :Q-2555155 i.3I:jg3.1,2:E ' - ---4.-4 - .'.. 1.3. . u- 2.2 - . . , .'.- .. '.' I ':. .-.',-1-5 -EC! . " . .-. 'J-' .11'.1' .-:. . .. ji I ,' -.- 0 .1 I- .i.'.1L .' 31 . ..- ' -fX:':::f-:x: 'r.'.:'5':. .-:J --1.--N I. ..'..'.x. Jul. I 1 -TJ. l.:--.. I'.l.:...- I. ' H. -'L A A o :fi- Svmimming Umm XNELLIAM LEE . ..... . Captain josaru Bo.-xRnMAN ....... Manager' JOHN BRAs1.1N ....... Coarlz THIS YEAR'S RECORD Hillhouse . . . . .. ...... 41 Alumni . . . . . . 34 Hillhouse . . . . . . . . 44 Collegiate . . . . 31 Hillhouse . . . . 38 Central . . . . . 37 Hillhouse . . . . . 40 Canterbury . . . 35 Hillhouse . . . . . 22 Crosby ..... . . 53 Hillhouse ........... . ..... 23 Yale Frosh ......... . 52 Hillhouse ............. .... 5 2 Roxbury ..... . ......... . 22 Yale State Interscholastic - Hillhouse, lst place Won 5 -- Lost 2 The Hillhouse webfeet started off the season looking like an unbeatable combine. XV ith Bob Franz in the backstroke. Captain Bill Lee in the 220, and Bob Johnson. holder of the state title in the 100 yard dash, a season of no defeats was predicted for the natators. The swimming team won its first four meets. and then struck a snag in Crosby High at lVaterbury. Crosby had an exceedingly powerful aggregation of stars and swamped Hillhouse 53-22. to mete out to the New Haven team its first defeat in scholastic competition in four years. Hillhouse also lost to the Yale Frosh, the freslnnen being entirely out of the high school class. Crosby was favored to win the State Interscholastics on March 18 in the Yale Gym. but Hillhouse could not be downed and won the meet for the fourth consecu- tive time with 30 points. Crosby was second with 23 points. and Bridgeport Cen- tral, whom Hillhouse had beaten earlier in the season by but one point, took third place with a score of 192. By virtue of its continual victories in meets and State Interscholastics, the swim- ming team has gained the reputation of being Hillhouse's most successful athletic team. 194 .- atm' 1311111 Gram Our sehool was 11ot ollieialh' represented hy a NVater l'olo Team. This was due to the laek of high sehool teams in the state as Commercial and .l-lillhouse were the only two. ln previous years the team has heen good enough to heat Commercial and give the Yale Frosh a good meet. This year the swimming team worked out in the Y. M. C. A. and because of the length of the pool a team did not materialize. XX-'e did, however. meet Commercial last March i11 a meet during the intermission ol the National A. A. U. Championships held in Carnegie Pool. Unoitieial meets were held at the Y. M. C. A. with unorganized teams. There were no outstanding' stars of the team, but in general. line sportsmansliip and good nature made the group much hetter in the way of team play. No schedule was arranged for the team. hut it is hoped that a definite schedule will be worked out for the coming year. .Xlthough VX-'ater Polo' is a minor sport. there are a few boys who really depend entirely on this one sport as a means of body development and exercise. Mr. john Braslin took care of the team and it was through his time care and coaching that there was no easualties of any kind. 195 x 5 A L ' M' tt, t l l Girlz' Flvnniz Umm Esrnea LOPATIN ..... Ca-plain NANCY LA MSON, BETTY TERRY, ROSLYN STERMAN . Team Mlss SISK ....... Coavh In the fall of 1932, the annual girls' tennis tournament was well under way. Esther Lopatin, the winner of last year's tournament again came through to victory by defeating Nancy Lamson in the senior finals. Esther is the captain of the Hillhouse Tennis Team which competes each year in the High School Interscholastic Contest, held at Hartford, in the spring. The New Haven High School has been quite successful in the tennis world with Nancy Lamson, senior, and Betty Terry, junior, both members of last year's team, holding the state doubles title. 196 1 . .- n. n u 1 v .' -"' '.' " ' '.'!".: ' I. ' F. "J '- fm' "5'. 'qetiyzeuffaz-3155-Z2-I-13 fri-iff:-'z :-:ss:sfe1. ' l : I"-13:55 i?'f.-:?-3:21-.if 5-zfff ..-,. .. ., - . ,...-g 1-5, . -.--..- -4.- -,'- . ',. 5-1 -- -'-. :. ,.- -. 5--.f ,-, --,-,-, 1 . . . 'Ei - 'flif' -3w:ff:?5:': 'FEES-I. :-93' :-2-P.:-'::::.'-.:-:i. 2.'::. I 4 2--'1 'f:.-1'::. -1-.:':-.-1 - " 1 f. sl-,. lr. ..-. .. Www . " S , - Nl-il-IS Eennia Grant JAMES lilINCIILIFF .... Cnplain-lzlmzagm' MR. M IQRRIA M . . . . . . Coarh 1933 RECORD llillhouse . . . . 4 Roxbury ...... . . 5 Hillhouse . . . . 5 West Haven . . . . . 2 Hillhouse ........ .. . .... 5 New Britain ...... . . l lelillhouse ................. . 7 Milford ............ . . O XV on, 3 T Lost, 1 - Percentage -A .7 50 THE TEAM No. l M- James Hinehlill' No. 2 - Milo Peck No. 3 - Henry Lufler No. 4 - Harold Lopatin No. 5 - Fred Santos, James lfVebb, David Baker The tennis team had what might be called a successful season. Out of four matches the netmen lost only to Roxbury, a team out of Hillhouse's class. "jimmy" Hinehliif was the mainstay of the team, consistently winning his matches. Milo Peck and "Hank" Lufler also found little trouble in winning over their oppo- nents. Harold Lopatin, only a sophomore, has shown surprising skill. He is picked by many to be one of Connecticut's foremost ranking high school players in a few vears. In the doubles, Lufler and Lopatin usually paired up. with Peck and Hinchliff forming the other duet. 197 1':e:1.-ez-1:42-it-: a' 1 :-we N ami! . s-rffsfsf . :Hifi ziiiffff. :-s? .. . . 5::':1" 1 -2752 :i:5i'E?1 -'CRE-E:11E' 3 .-:' 1 .-I ll. L 1' .fl 1 -H-r-1-5 illiflr Uvanl CHARLES G.-xifi-'Nev Captain IRVING :XPPEL . . . . Manager MR. L'1mPP1fL1., MR. RICHARDSON . lfurulfy :l!I"Z'!-SCVS 1933 RECORD Hillhouse . . . . . 483 VVarren 1-larding . . . . . 490 Hillhouse . . . . . 449 Alumni .......... . . 476 Hillhouse . .. . . 469 Upper Darhy . . . . . 480 1-lillhouse . . . . . 472 Middletown . . . . . 484 The 1933 rifle team had a most unsuccessful season, losing all four matches. All matches were lost hy rather close scores, however, and in each ease the opponents were hard pressed in winning. This year the rifleteers engaged in only one postal match, that with Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. In a postal match the teams shoot their match at home and then mail the targets to the opponent, who computates the score. Members of the varsity team were Beebe, Hudson, Appel, Gaffney, Sherry, Hierne. W'iedmann, Dunlop. and Zulauf. Those who received letters were, Hudson, Gaffney, Sherry, Appel, Beehe. and Dunlop. Numerals were awarded to Bierne, VViedmann, Zulauf, Dabbs, and J. Brend. 198 'fit-:5':1:t.1'gQ:C.'j.QQ-11: :'g':".1 59: if! Gjizijfff- if. 1 55 :itgE9i:i5-.153-1S-iff' 1 '5'3'I-. ':' - '- i12fE!- -15"--' " 1- " . -' : . " 2 31 ifr. 'c. 2:. ata' -N5-:::?:i': ':.-A15-2. -5' '-?.'-1-:5:':.'-2:-:i. -.'::.' . I i:I-.:.. -u'.:':..-. - . : s. .q,.,, ll. mg- ,si 'L i'5,Egg, . Eifib, A a. A Zlirnring Elvazn RAY NIILLER . RIARVIN SPATZ ROBERT GRrxssoN . 1933 RECORD Hillhouse . . . . . Hillhouse . . . Hillhouse . . . Hillhouse . . . Hillhouse . . . Hillhouse . . . . . . Hillhouse . . . .. . . . XVOII 2 Choate . . . Hopkins .. Roxbury . . . . Loomis ..... . . Kingswood Yale Frosh Yale F rosh -- Lost 5 Ca-ptain Manager Coach 8 1 1 7 1 1 8 9 10 The 1933 Hillllouse fencing team did not meet with much success during the regular schedule, but performed creditably in the Yale Interscholastics by placing' second in the saber matches and third in the epee matches. The foil men were un- fortunately eliminated in the first round of their division. The swordsmen defeated Choate and Roxbury, but lost to Hopkins, Loomis, Kingswood, and twice to the Yale Freshmen team B. The consistent work of Captain Ray Miller was an aid to the team all season. Fencing has been steadily gaining in popularity. and it is hoped that with a larger lineup. a champion combine will he turned out next year. 'fi'1'25'!i1'-I-'rf-'13-'f-'E-.'-3' 1':':xCi3?- TW ' '-?v?1':i:1iI:-tiiiiif I Iii l - sffffiiff 55:3 -Wifi". ..- 21' '13 .- -. ':::2IEfQ .f':f4g:.: ' x Zia'-'ily IL-:::i'-.-' -'-'I :'. 7-1 N ,.' ., :1S:'. :ff-'::'f ' N' I' ' ' 'Z 7 ":!. 'ti 12. :tif -.-Ni5':::!::: ?.'.:':'1. :-:.- .-.'.'.Z-CZ: Lx:-Jn. -:gg 4 ::.-.:!. 1-.-.:':..-1 - " 1 s. 53.-:ti ll. wiiiz: iii? A n . :xg FRED BRN li'l"l'0 MR. Howl-1 l-lillhousc H illhouse Hillhouse I-lillhouse l-lillhouse lflillhouse Hillhouse I-Iillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Gulf Grant JOHN PAl,m11zR1 . .... Caplain Munuyvr , . . . Conch THE RECORD . . . ...... l Collegiate . . . 5 . 0 Yale Frosh . . . 6 . 5 New Britain .. 1 . 1 New Britain ..... 5 . 315 Collegiate ....... . . . . . ZLQ . 5 Bridgeport Central l . 1 Commercial ..... 5 . 4 Bridgeport Central 2 . 6 Lewis High ...... O . l Commercial . . . 5 . ................. 6 Lewis High ..... O Hillhouse The Hillhouse golf team showed line form in winning six out of eleven matches, since three of the five losses were defeats by Commercial and Collegiate, who had exceptionally iine teams. The Yale Freshmen, who also defeated Hillhouse, are, of course, out of any high schoolls class. Captain "Johnnie" Palmieri led the team in inspiring fashion with scores consis- tently below SO. "Petey" Hyrharrow, another dependable, was slow in rounding into form, but hit his customary stride towards the end of the season. George Simpson, who was a consistent winner, was absent from the team for a month but returned in the latter part of the season. ' 200 1 1. x .,.. I . . . . . .. , -- .-.-:n-.sg :.x:-f-N::.::-3-1-'VIP? .fiifi-':11"?:?.Q5!i-ii'.'-if .qffqi 5 ll' 5'-33153 15- :5:gg.ff5"-1ff'11'1'1', . "Ii elif: --.r t :.-:bl-' t -:rs-. -fi:-1-ii. -v..-::.1f -' '-M .- if 'U Ili I k --p. 1. . -3.- 4-:.-. .-. Glhm' Tllraherz NIITCIIELL Gaiam-:R Captain Gizokur: REIClIGOT'l' . Managm- The above group was established automatically with the founding of athletic com- petition with other schools. It does not represent a group detached from the schools in a certain Held, as a club, but acts as a unit in leading the entire school in rooting for and cheering on its teams, no matter what the score may be. The cheer leaders, during the past season, have not restricted their "activity", as it were, to events in New Haven, but went with the teams as they traveled about the state searching for, and usually finding. "new lands to conquer." 201 X --'-:.-. .1 -- J.-1:1 . ':-1-'-Z' 1' .--' '- : - - I-I-" 'fI. zz. -EX'5':::f::'? ':.'.:':-2. 1-:T .-.'.'-1-.'!:r.'-1'h- -.'J:. I 4 Ui- 71 - v'.'.:'J-fi ' F' 1 . F1523 ,X ' Ill. ,.- i- : I l : N - I--I . I-I . S 202 'ty !Fl'k , H. . . . ., . . A .. 1',g-,1',1:-A-5:,--'..',,. . -., .-...' .,. . - .. -,. .:..:, ,..',:,,,. -rt. -- "-.- - ...-- -- -1- ' '-.+-.- -.- . u'n 'u u -1 -Q' -ff-' .a'-s.'f- g-, ., -. gf: 1- .. -,D . .,.'---1-:.--:.:'s ., , .... ...-.. .-. rl. TH E .,., ..,... 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I. - Snrurutg Q i t Nancy Hogarth Laura Read Catlierinc Redd Laura Stirling Phyllis Stuart Margaret Vlfeig l Furnlty :1l12'fSf'l'S'- Miss Ruth L. Buclclingtou, Miss Ella Smith, Nllsb begur 204 L ...... .. Q35 IX! ' I-I ' l"I ' E5 Alpha Evita Sigma illratvrnitg Herbert Angell Fred llennetto Arthur Coimtryman Dana Grittm Dwight Lewis Robert Mullen Henry Puclclicombe George Simpson Farzflty Adfisvrs - M r. Tuttle, Mr. Vllalsh J I Alpha Alpha Svnrnritg Grace Beebe janet Eberth Mary Hall Helen Jones Ruth Kimberly Phyllis NVatrous Margaret Knight Nancy Lamson Louise Pickett Louise Tator Helen Tolman Faculty Advisers - Miss Alice B. Hammond, Miss Eleanor Peterson Miss Agnes Hall 205 'gg-:fg':w::fg:::-'z-.-5.5 :fra 1 5155 ff. Hill , if-155525 . 'i?:Z 'ZEI ?:1.f..f.l '-aliifi. .-:P 'ii-?.E1'.'E:'i'-1:1:c. 5.':':l" 4 xii' :i:5i'EEI' -13.2-E:'sE? 1 gi? r'. 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Mcfiarry james XfYehh Raymond York Faruliy Adz'i.vc'r - Mr. Carr Evita Sigma Kappa Ziratrrnitg Q if i i ii ?-5. Richard Guptil Edwin Johnstone Raymond Howe, Jr. Frank Palmer, Jr. Lambert P. Irons 'William Rowland Famlty Ariz-'i.r0i'.v -- Mr, Christopher, Mr. Neitleton, Mr. Richardson 207 I i lXlel'I'l-V5 Glhvta illhn Safari? gljle X , f -' r ,YJ mx 'nb' ' 'Lib W V 612 l x, Martha Dahlberg Ruth Griswold Arline Frye Joyce Hastings Barbara Gould Lois Jordan Vera Need Faculty f1d'viscr- Mrs. Ruth Wisner Alpha lihi Gbmrga illratvrnitg T ed Fowler John McNerney Robert Hanover George Smith jmnes Cooney Frank Sluinlcy Michael Regan 1'itIt'llIf-V .'Ql!1'Z'lSl,'l' - Mr. H. G. Michelson 208 ,X 1 z'.:':..,-1 - y,4fv" x-1 INI r I-l - I-1 S' S Epzilnn Nu Sigma Snrnritg Ann Ahearn Margaret Andrew Jean Bamford Betty Brown Ruth Cliatnelcl 1 T X X S Q- . K Mary Tyler Gwendolyn Day Virginia Gilson Ruth Manning Gladys Stevens Betty Sullivan Farulfy Adiivm' - Miss Olive Doherty iipzi n iilamhhu 1Hhi Zlkatrrnitg ,f Z ff ff ,Q B '. .k i orman Otvbllll Harvey Ecllin Irving Eicllenbauni Mitchel Garber Seymour Klebanoff .is ': ' -, r .i:.. .Q 41" 9' te- 1 f . '25 ei' M73 'fe A Ip I' X'vllUow' ,gf ei 'xg-x,f'r," .H vt' ry' ,Z Benjamin Silverman Herbert Lipofsky Norton Levine V George Reichgott Albert Sl'll-lillilllilll Irwin Siegel I Facully Adviser' - Mr. Small 209 1 1 s.-.-33.9. 125.65 tze 1 '.:Q:'-1-.:'-vfliffzrs 5252 . -1-::::45: " 'irq-'I ' Z!Z"f'f.'1"' ': 21- 3' .' I 11'f"' zfixlfif. -:F '5Z'?:Z1':fi'i:-5536. f.'i':F 4 "Tit 'i:I-1':f. lla. N Q I I A l I . S 1911 Estelle Alpert Beatrice Beloff Rose Cutler Beatrice Halpert i Sigma ight Snrnriig 1 qqz. X42-.fi ,R ,, .A N' 7 ' l'l'l I4 .f Esther Lopatin Lillian Plotkin Marjory Resnikoff l-lenrietta VVeiss Faculty Adviser' - Miss Hugo lii iEpsiInn 1Hi Snrnriig Vivian Berman Harriet Goldman Joyce Gottsegen Selma Herlancls Munsey Krall lilinor Kugel 3 2135? fs . ..., .. , Lillian Mermin Edna Shapiro Saclye Shepatin Barbara Stein Eleanor VValders Norma Xveisman Faculty Adviser- Miss Amy L. lVeeks 210 V IXIW-In-I-I' Alpha Elhrta lii Zllratvruitg joseph Cassela 9 Iiclwarcl Goglia Anthony Cipriano Frank Lneihella Salvatore Frisa E i Liherato Lupoli Anthony Petrillo Faculfiv EllI"I'liSl'l'S - Mr. Gartlancl, Mr. Raschella illllu Sigma illraterniig I'-lerhert Alclerman David SX. Baker Milton Banquer Sidney Cohen 1116111 ,. ,og -- 2 '32 1: S3 lP' E16 Qs "le op? Allen D. Kleiner lrving Leveton Manuel Schiffrin Albert Segaloff Julius Jacobs fy .Lldfri.w'r - Mr. Davis 211 ....,., .. v lihn Alpha Gamma Zllratrrnitg Eugene Coyle Kenneth Crockett Charles Fowler A l' George Hawley John Rienke Roy Terry Faculty Adviser - Mr. Rice Phi Erin Iliratrrniig Lester Aaronson Charles Dreisen Marvin Frohmer Abraham Greenberg Facu f f N 0 ' Q 1 " 'Q' , f3?7z7fr3PE,'o1 .L.L'iJJ"" Martin Miller Leonard Schiller Lester Singer Philip Narotsky Paul Zirlin Ity Acltfiser' - Mr. Feldman 212 W 2 1':11'5':Z-lf!!-'i'.'-'-f .we 115' iilll :I-ffaff 521 :..S5 -.fr Fi-?.E1i5SE'Sf-EEESE: 55221-' 4 'iii' :i:5f'EEi ll. E51- 6 IXIAI-l-I'-VS Sigma Xi illhu Illratrrnitg james Garrity Norman Ginter Peter Hyrharrow James Hunihan Donald Thompson Fucnlly .-ld-r'i.rz'l's --- M r. Slianley, Donald Maloney Leo Matlion Benjamin Moore -Iolm Palmieri Mr. Morton Brita illhn Sigma Illratrrnitg joseph Boardman Louis Gandelman Milton Goldberg Joseph Boardman Edward Hillman Milton Jacobs Harry Kramer Farulfy Adf'i.w'r - Mr. Hyman 213 1 lXl'I-i'l-VS ight Epzilun Alpha Snrnritg 1 kiiiszuf' 'R K ' Hifi Nil Y S 1 Elvira Bove May Cipollim Pl'lll0lll0l111 C1ll'll.llQ'6l0 Phyllis Cravi Louise Cliieppo Carmcla Ferrara Fuvnlfy .'Itl'Z'l.Sl'l'- Miss Olivia Rogers George Pcrsky Qbxnrga Evita Zllratrrniig liumlty Aix ,l'.z.'1?nl .427 'ifx sf' Q a'q"Q,'sX 9X 'il Yli, A ,xii 135, In, VX"-if Q54 .W .-111-z'i.vc'r - Mr. 214 joseph Press LcVine . , . , .,.,..- ,.,,.,. . . , -.-.:: ::::: I -.ug :.s,--v.v:.1g.-.g.-:-,-a:.3:az,- 91'-'.".v-'5'ri'l:-'f"1'. -- - 2: -- .D e" - --:--. -'- '-fr-- .:.'.'-' -3 - '.: - - - ., ' -' - 4- '- '-r-3 ":f-'--'1- -'- .- - ... .-..,.,. .,.:..: . .,....., ., 1.3, , I .. - ,-,,, - .-. .. ..,.q.,., 'T J- '.', gg, : ,S -N51 38:12 ':.'.:'f-I. '-:T -1'.'.Z - .' 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First Prize-Paul Sheldon, '36 Second Prize-John Mayhew, '35 Third Prize-Clarence Smith, '33 Poster Prize-William Ahern, '34 "Happy Days" Poster Prize. First Prize-Howard Kuhn, '33 Second Prize- Vincent Harmon, '34 Civic Health Poster Prize. Lydia Verrill, '33 Class of 1917 Declamation Contest. First Prize-Jack Steed, '33 Second Prize-Thelma Schilf, '34 Honorable Mention-Harold Finck, '34, Marcia Goldys, '34 William Kinney Prize for Excellence in U. S. Constitution. First Prize-James E. Brown, '33 Honorable Mention-Marvin Spatz, '33, Muriel Chernoll, '33 Joseph L. Labov Prize in Senior Mathematics. George Bernstein, '33 Health Campaign Poster. Brewster Bush Senior Girls' Physical Development Prize. Betty Orzechowska English Prices Dr. Susan S. Sheridan Prize Examination in English, for seniors in the A, B, C, courses with honors in English for three years, one of which is the senior year. Presented by the English Faculty and the Janet M. Purdue Reading Circle. Awarded to Vtfaldo Beac-h Honorable Mention- Norton Levine, '33, Charles Horn, '33, Carl Edman, '33 Dr. llglizlalqeth XY. Cleaveland Prize Examination in English for the habitual use ol correct ang is 1. Presented by the faculty of the New Haven Higfh School Awarded to Dorothy S. Murphy, '33-S57 Awarded to Carl Edman, '33-S3 215 0 x N 'f'1'Yi5'IG1'5'rI-15-'E-'iz'-T - 5: ' '-P3 ' '-7v?1'?if't7I'-:iff fi. I ' :5'5f5'V: 5 f "FI 25.355 .-g.::.,, , . -.' ,1 , I- 'fgpz :3:g.:.g " 151 -6? If -- .1 .:.'-,,- :Ig ,' 1- n JH.-: Q ' .ki ,--:' . -.- . . .N . '-J... I . 53:1 Ei. :lc -:va-Sizrsia -9:95-:. :-sk :iz-.-.:1': E :':.'-1:13. r::E1' 4 - --rs-. -5:1-193. -'-If.3'::.1E' : . .243 . . .. 3:-'arg I lil. . H3151 'cF:-31 :ES-if "ass E219 "' e 0 :lif-E 1H1'iZPB Eva J. Phelps Memorial Prize for Excellence in English, E, F, G, H courses, Awarded to Edwina Katherine Damutz, IVH -S10 Awarded to George Jackisch, IVF3 -S5 Writers' Club Prize Examination, a creative writing test for juniors and seniors. Awarded to Jean K. McKenzie, '34-S10 4 Honorable Mention- Nathalie Goldstein, '34, Carl Ednian, '34 Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution, State competitive prize, for the best origi- nal one-act play. Large pewter bowl C won for the third yearj - Betsy Adams, '34 Second prize of S5-Herbert Lipofsky, '33 and Norton Levine, '33 Third prize of S5- Betty Jane Gere, '34 Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames Prize Essay Contest. Fourth Prizes-George Kegcles, '33, Everett Rompf, '33 Honorable Mention-Madeline Forsman, '33, George Gubin, '33, john XVelsh, '33 National Oratorical Contest, North Central Zone Finals, Springfield, Massachusetts. Fourth Place- Kenneth Flint, '33 Muninr lgwr Glrumt Awards. Story - Eric Maurer Essay-Berta Harder, Honorable Mention National Society of Colonial Daughters Prize Essay. First Prize - Fred McKeon Honorable Mention-Herbert Lipofsky, Edward McGarry, joseph Axelrod, Harvey Etkin Inter-Sorority Prize in Junior English. Classical- Betty Daniels Academic - Mary O'Brien Honorable Mention-Barbara Ulrich, Margaret Manchester Prize Essay Contest of Connecticut Society of Colonial Dames. Honorable Mention- Margery Ross General Court of Order of Founders and Patriots of American Essay Contest. Marjorie Resnikotf Italian Club Prize Examination. Evelyn Cavallaro Comitato Columbiano Prize Essay. - First Prize - N orina DeNarrlis Connecticut Harvard Club Book Prize. Lambert Irons New Haven High School Alumni Poster Prize for Oratorin Concert. Irving Leveton Paint and Clay Club Prize in Design. First Prize-Renee Graves Malley Dressmaking Contest. Third Prize - Edwina Damutz Snphumure 'Gear Omega Delta Prize in English. First Prize- Carl Eclman Honorable Mention-VVillizun Evans, George Reichgott Smirnow Prize in Mathematics. Clara Bartholow Mary Marshall Prize in Biology. WVil1iam Rogoff Pi Epsilon Pi Sophomore Prize in Biology. 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The Department of Accounting and Business Administration of New Haven College Oilers the High School Graduate a complete four-year program leading to the Degree of Associate in Business Administration. Two-year courses in lnclustrial and Sales Management are also ollered. The Engineering Department Oilers four-year courses in Electrical, Mechanical, and Building and Con- struction Eugineering. These courses are open to high school graduates and lead to the title of Associate in Technology. In addition, there are two-year courses offering special training in Drafting. and Building and Construction. The Practical Arts Department Offers unit courses in English, Languages, Art, Oral Expression and In- terior Decoration. New Haven Preparatory School Helps the graduate make special preparation for admission to college. 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THE NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED was 170 ORANGE STREET, AT COURT STREET NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT R. .!f:,Rf,.2 Complete Home Furnishers ,gg 3243 Qgkp Q X 'ff 1' W 1 mf- Ow sfgga , Qtek ., M , .a.3-j . 'Q 5l'n--- ..:f'l.zgj2wE-w,Au W, . 5 zfi'X.jd',,-'Q - . . V ,-R R - Y isrzartf' f, ' . P "' -' ' " ' , ,Q ' Q ' "' 1 - "1 ' ' , X S SQL ' I -fi -. ' -L "f"'51"-H f wi th-aqet in . af m ain ' i. ee,, A fi t. . -". N W N Fifi?" ., MW' hw .A 'gm "" I -.Qui jfwvfg, 1 p I -v'uH-N fMwwMwMmf Furniture - Rugs - Draperies Bedding - Ranges Electric Refrigerators - Radios For Many Years F AIRLEA FARMS MILK Has been served to hundreds of pupils of NEW HAVEN SCHOOLS M f ' ' N 4 Qwsirmbmmfmm Q EENQBEEQAWIIINGBE QEQUDQ 5 L - Pnoro-ENGRAVING 34 lg! - DESIGNING - RETOUCHING T gl BTORANGE ST., New HAvEN,C0NN. 554 Engravers to Hillhouse High School , Con egcufs Largest Manufacturing Furrieri 5 U . --X Q . . 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