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

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- E' i OCANAAN Q 2 ,-,4 .SUFF?ELD I Q 4 'E r Q '3 e a ' ' OWINSTED A Q coLL'lNsvlLLfD Q, -. ' E-:"" ' ' II I o- i, 5 MTF 9 I Lf X my FORESTV ' ' New BRITAIN C I MERIQE Nfj1 w e nsunv fig? DAIZIBURY x - , . I 1" ' U X ag? 2 Q F - ' ' .Y Q 539' BRIDEPGRT 24-1-Q f' STAMFOQD i .1 Q 22 f: 0 fi. l" I" l"'l --f, . g N r. 1424220 V 0 PUTNAM w QW. 0 ROCKVILLE rwydkgy. O WILLIMAN1-lc rom: ' x ' WC mv +P' BA'-TIC ONORWICI-I sg 'ig- Q igf'Q"'9,,yz A-I ff Sw f ORD P RIVER New LONDONO 4-1-'41, ' b M Q ,'l 5:23 -u'-........ 1 wx XTHENC LAW! CEQ1Q4f1w XR N jjfff Af NNW XQPREQENTJ fxiif N W V fyf 1, f f f Z X, X , f ' A-F: N THEM EI? M QNX X Cf X K CQQAQQZKQ Ng X X, WN "M ff' f " m x 0 1 .A X Ji P '--Q ' -iliaf XXX f, 7 W WQ 1' C. H ,,iL 4 I IN f-' if K i xff 4 agg 5 A -. A bf: WHY . ,II ,jiirlls r , N '7"'4"I W . , ,V . 1 ,V :lv ' - X M41 Ar' - A Q Q f E if A ff ' ",' A Y f' Y W2 'A , N E fgiliism , 1' E' . J, f-" 1' -Q 1, : . 4 .C E . J , NEW HAVEN HIGH JCHGDL NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT Un 1Hhi1ip A. Harriman in arknnmlehgnmlnt nf his hznntrh gvars apvnt in Nun Eauen ihigh Srhnnl an at tearher, nhuiner nf atuhrni ariiuitien emh uhuiaer nf thr Elm Cflrer, mr, the 111Pn1hr1':a uf the Gllzum nf 1544, prnuhlg hviliraie ihia nnlumv nf the Elm Efrvv 1 ss a ' E M ,L,m..n H H MN as nm -ss a an ea ss a ,Q gw mn E x ' .3 H.-mv' a ,F Wm Emmy an was ms E55 V gs sim? H mum ss mmm' Q ss H :sm H ms ss ss Bm a 'ms a' S nm. wx :ss m 4 Sis gms is B my ms a am a a ss New Haven High School In days prior to 1852 the public educational system of New Haven had developed hardly beyond the eighth grade, but in an ever-prospering city, the necessity for a high school was soon realized. One room in VVebster School was utilized in 1852 for those students seeking a higher education. After a similar plan, which was also put into practice at Eaton School, met with success, the two groups were shifted in 1859 to the Young Menis Institute building on State Street to accommodate the increased enrollment. The year 1868 found the Lancas- trian School building, on the corner of Orange and Wall Streets, the new institu- tion of knowledge. Between the years 1872 and 1898, a newly constructed Hillhouse building on this site was employed, while in 1897 because of the un- usually high attendance, about one hundred freshmen were transferred to Boardman Manual Training School, which was erected in 1894. Ever-increasing enrollment presented a critical problem of congestion, hence the erection of our present Tower Parkway building was completed in 1903. Common aims of Boardman and Hillhouse led to the consolidation of both schools into one institution under the official title of New Haven High School. An additional afternoon session in 1909, a permanent trade school in part of the Boardman building, and the construction of the annex in 1914 were the later developments. By the establishing of Commercial, in 1920, I-Iillhouse was some- what relieved of its burdensome congestion. Today, as in previous years, Hillhouse stands as a resplendent light to those students venturing forth into a dark World of chaos and conflicting ideas. 6 . I Luna 1 f - ELM S TREE ill 94 Edztomzl Boald TIIOMAS DOLAN Edztol m Chzef Ehse Khgermm Aesocuzte Eclzim Du 1d Greene Asszstant Edzto: Bettv Lou Geenty Asszstant Lclzm: Ruth Llbov Gnls Sports Eclztor John Sxmpson Asvzsmm' Echfm Wellee I'IOtChh1bS Spalts Edztol Innes Dempsey Asszsmnt Eclzlm Don ito Bllblelfl Sports Edztor Busmess Bom fl JXNL WHALLN As91stun1 Buszness Manage: Shnluy Cohen Jmscph F 1nneg'1n C h lrlu NIOISLIJIIIE Imeph S111glLtOl'1 Alt Bomcl PAUL MABRA Art Edztol Elm mn VV.-xLL kNl Aswstzmt Alt Echfol Ennk VLSt1lt1 B'1rb.1ra Hendler AI1ltl Dofl Alvc.e Greene Rltl IlCObb Fuculiy Admsers P111L1P A IIARRILI AN Edztolzal and Buszness I1v1ng N Countrym 111 Ex officm Maman C Sheridan L1te1z1ry Freclerxck T Fly Ait Amy L Weeks Lztelarq QBXQHN. SfH0l4s.,7 0 GEM!!! Est 1921 Wfffassoowq if E : E E ' I is 1. 3, .,,., ' 2 ,..... --' ' ' 27' .........,. Y". ' V' ' U A 7 1 ........ 72.9 . ' 2 .-'Qfffffff' 5 ' Fl - J 1- ' - V - NIARY MCKEON ,A.,,.....,.,,.. , ..,.........,,........ Business Maxnnager .R A W , .,......................,..... .. , ' A U C I1 JA, .k., .Y b , ' -E. .............,.,..'..v...,....,...,................,..,.. V 4 E. ' ' Y, f " .,.....,.,............,,.,,......... -' 'L " - - ' 'T ". w, ,.' 'X Q K Foreword Since early October the staff members of the Elm Tree have been working to produce the annual issue of the senior year book. We have been trying to create an Elm Tree that will measure up to the high standard set by previous issues, and it is our sincere hope that We have succeeded. The purpose of the 1944 Elm Tree is to show New Haven High School as a builder of Connecticut manhood. Constantly since 1872, when the original Hillhouse building was constructed at the corner of Orange and Wall Streets, our school has been a stepping stone from youth to manhood. Many boys and girls receiving their diplomas on graduation from New Haven High School step out into the World to face life for the first time. In the third year of YVorld VVar H a great majority of our classmates will go to serve our country in the armed forces or as nurses and defense Workers on the home front. During 1943-1944 we have seen many of our classmates and another mem- ber of the faculty leave for service in the various branches. Following last yearis example we have set aside a special "to the colorsv section in honor of the boys who left before graduation. Pictures of some of these boys, in their uniforms, have also been printed in this section. This year We have added to the contents of the book a special page in honor of those members of the faculty retiring at the end of this year, and also a special page describing the Placement Service set up in Room 20 and conducted by Miss Marguerite Healy. This service has proved very beneficial to many students. The boards of the Elm Tree are grateful to the faculty and student body for their co-operation, and we wish to extend our sincere thanks to Mr. Philip A. Harriman, business and editorial adviserg Mr. Frederick T. Fay, art adviser, and Dr. Marion C. Sheridan and Miss Amy L. Weeks, literary advisers, for their priceless help and tireless efforts in making this book a success. We would like to thank John Simpson, Fred Goldner, Kenneth Coleman, and Anita Doff for their contributions of candid photographs which may be found in each section of the book. Finally it is our hope that this book may provide great enjoyment and prove a prized possession ot its owner. 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H pu ....gQ1a03sfwq.-f::- ff:-' f - wav- - . - T . 75131 --QM . .:..4sAf-A.---.--- -- -vw g.- 11gn-gg.fyfiiigg-sqifg-2?-5-211+-ES:fv:f:Ft.5-2224923aw -asf-----' . ' - A GSE' 'N ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 52 21- ' ' i Bfli. im 'A 3, To the class of 1944: The ancient Romans were a strong and vigorous people, who built a mighty empire which made many notable and far-reaching contributions to civilization. The early Romans of the Republic were simple in their tastes and were men of sturdy characterg the later Romans of the Empire were given to the ptusuits of pleasure and were careless of the old virtues of their ancestors. Hence the Roman Empire lost its virility and became an easy prey to the barbarians. Our enemies before "Pearl Harborv said that Americans had lost the strength and vigor which had made them great, and, given to the pursuits of pleasure, had become effete and Weak. Our martial exploits have proved their hypothesis to be false. Cicero said that there have been many men who have been great through sheer strength of character, but that when a man of splendid qualities has received an education, the result is an outstanding person. It is my hope - nay, my belief - that the members of the class of 1944 are imbued With the highest qualities of character and that, through the education received in New Haven High School, they will stand out as pre-eminent men and women who will play their part in keeping our great American democracy a mighty and virile power. Please accept my best wishes for your future happiness and prosperity. IRVING N. COUNTRYMAN, N. H. H. S. ,01, Principal 14 l C lass of 1944 Twenty f1VG yea1s ago 111 my pilltlllg Wolds to the Seu1o1 Class l 16f611CCl to Olll splenchd SG1V1CG flag Wltll Its eleven hunchecl st'us and sa1d th It lt 1lwf1ys st1r1ed IH me '1 deep IGVSIGDCC tol oul l'I1l.lll1OLlSG students and gldClLl3.tSS who had offe1ed the11 all lol Olll COlll'!t1y Tod IV I can lepeflt the ve1y s'une xvo1ds and as 1eve1ently and s1nce1ely fO1 Qgfun Ihllhouse has 1T1"lg111f1C6Dtly 1esponded to 0111 count1ys call The t1de of battle has 1ef1ched the po1nt whele We It home and those ab1oad a1e aslung When the hghts go on mgun, what? Yes, '1fte1 the hvhts Qgo on agam, what can we do to keep Ameuca Ameucan what W1ll he the COl1d1t1011S the moods the des11es of the d1ffe1ent 11"lt101'lS mvolved and what agwements can be perfected that W1ll make my futule Wal nn osslblep one W1Sl1CS to estabhsh a leal home one must bulld 1nto It COOPSI 311011 cl1a1acte1 and contentment LIk6W1SG 1f We clesue W01ld peace It must be bullt wlth co operatlon and helpfulness of all peoples CG1t'11UlV not 1solat10n, SP16"lC-llllg of good W1ll love sympathy 'md an lIllClG1St?lI1Cl1l1g funong all mces and 16l1g1OHS and the '1SSll111pt1011 of clutles woxkmg toWa1cl these ends In '1 WO1d fI1'I.SU1Hg and gleed must he C1OWClCd out tlnough .1 he uty clesue to establlsh tluoughout the wo1ld mahce tOWa1Cl none and chanty fO1 all Let Ameum show the W xy lefldmg to a l21St1llg peice Wllill all 112lt1OI1S And to you gxaduates may I sfzy show you: comaffe hve vou1 best, fund st11ve unceaslngly fO1 '1 wo1ld 111 Wl11Cl'1 Wa1s shall be no mme I have the fa1th that you W1ll try Co1cl1'1lly youls CHARLES L KIRSCI-INER 88 P1 mczpal E'l7'l6llfllS 15 ' - ' -1 K 3 ' . - ' . - t ' . 3 p . . . ' ' 1 ' ' C ' , ' 1 a z K . . ' C A - - . . . ' L. K x ., 3 , . . . . . U 2' . A K . C u . 7 C K 1 n C Q 7 . Q C C ' - ' C ' ' Q A I u , . c w c l I n E Q . . . , ,, . ' 1 ' , ,, - .. 1 c 2 - c . c ' D L : c . ., J , 'l Q r I I I , , A . . C 3 , A . z ' ' Ig . Many suggestions are being presented for a etter World henceforth. If , C . A, . .7 .. .7 I 1 . , . . L 7 4 n v - e c ' , ' c I r ' ' 1 Q , . , c' ' , c c 'c ' Q c c .. ' kk ' , . c ' , I 'c . , n 1 4 V 1 A 2 1 ' Q Vx ' n . Cl I 1 . 7, CK .1 ' 77 .1 I I 4 C Q E C C . . C . A . i . . C K 7 . . D , 1 . C' - lr - , , 9 . ' ' . , To the Class of 1944: This commencement season most naturally stirs Within each one of you mingled emotions of joy and sorrow when you contemplate a job Well done, on the one hand, and the termination of your many pleasant associations of the past several years on the other. I say that these feelings are natural, as well indeed they must be for all graduates. For you, especially, they must be particularly poig- nant since yours is a class historic in the annals of our school in that it is the only one ever to begin and end its course during the years of War. Your associations have been unusually close and strong because you have joined hands, as it Were, in the struggle to maintain the traditions of academic freedom indigenous to America. You responded nobly each time you were called upon to make the many and unusual adjustments to meet the exigencies of war. Even a casual perusal of your accomplishments both curricular and extra-curricu- lar and your specific contributions to the War effort assures you of the right to be ranked high among the outstanding classes of our school. Although this commencement time may mark the end of your united efforts as an academic group, each one of you, I am sure, will find his place in other groups either industrial or military and continue to expend the energies and make the sacrifices necessary for final victory over the common enemies of the United Nations. For your future in the World following that day of victory and the cer- tainty of your being useful people, I hold no doubt, for in that post-war era with its almost fantastic promise of opportunity, each of you will rightly share, and your share Will carry With it a responsibility as great as any ever b01'ne by young men and Women, that of making the most of that opportunity and of cherishing the memory of those who died to secure it. Corclially yours, ENIMONS I. BOWEN, N. I-I. I-I. S. ,15 Assistant Princiyaal 16 N l rlgfw 55' To the class of 1944: Character, according to Mr. Noah Webster, is the aggregate of distinctive qualities belonging to an individual, the stamp of individuality impressed by nature, education, or habit. In other words, character is one's moral vigor or firmness, especially as acquired through self-discipline. Finally, character de- termines the estimate put upon a person, that is, his reputation. Your school has tried during the formative years of your life to inculcate in you the fundamentals of the usual formal education. It has also endeavored to co- operate With you in acquiring that broader education which comes through self- discipline, the education that you havegiven yourself in character-building. Your record has been splendid both in curricular and in extra-curricular activities, and you should all be very proud of these accomplishments. I, personally, am most happy to congratulate you upon this excellent record. You live in a democracy. Your forefathers, amid the greatest sacrifices, laid the foundation for a nation in which the people would rule themselves and would make the laws which would govern the American Way of life. Each succeeding generation has held to this ideal of democracy as the nation has spread over a great continent. Democracy must be preserved. Its ideals of freedom, equality, opportunity, and cooperation can be made real only through loyalty and sacrifice. American life has been at its best where it has been most democratic and at its Worst Where it has been least democratic. Ask yourselves what kind of country you Want. Do all in your power to maintain that kind of country. As you members of the Class of 1944 prepare to go out into the world to do your part in helping to save it in its grimmest crisis, our best wishes for your happiness and success go with you. Cordially yours, FRANK H. NETTLETON, N. H. H. S. '04, Administrative Assistant 17 flvfrl- 'W-- e-YET 'WSE ' X. rE2?:2gEgrg".Es iamgsasggi Q-s BH TT ii swim M B awgmas ZQWQEQB .E NEW 38 .. sr .5 ,raw smgggiigsigs Egmiigwg IEEE wt-mar N35 is ziv A f I. 6 To the class of 1944: Do you remember the gaiety and excitement you experienced that day some years ago when you waited impatiently for your first introduction to the historic corridors of Hillhouse? I met you all then, directing you f via the loud speaker? to your various roomsg I heard your eager voices, and saw your earnest expressions as the tidal Wave of secondary education swept you into our halls. During these other years I have enjoyed watching you grow to become the splendid class which 1944 has proved to be. It is unfortunate that some who light-heartedly tripped into Hillhouse that day did not possess the courage nor stamina to remain and graduate, While others have bravely gone forth to participate in the hardest battles in the Worldis history. You members of the Class of 1944 entered our school with a definite purpose in mind, and now you have accomplished not only that original obiective. but much more above and beyond abstract ideals. New fiiendsg the thrill which ac- companies the ever-expanding horizon of knovvledgeg the delight in realizing that you have justified your parents' pride and faith in you: these are irreplace- ableg these keep the heart singing. One of the pleasantest tasks assigned to me each year is that of being the Elm Treeis Faculty adviser. I am thereby enabled, and privileged, to meet each seniorg to enjoy a handclaspg to appreciate co-operation. In War, as i11 peace, life is a series of adventuresg they begin at the cradle and end at the grave. I hope that this copy of the Elm Tree, which we have worked out together, will, in retrospect, add joy to your memoiy as you read it now, and re-read it in those happier days which soon must dawn. ' Cordially yours, PHILIP A. I'IARRI1N'IAN Achninistratiue Assistant .18 Graduates of 1944 Neve1 before 111 the hrstory of the World has there been such a challenge fO1 our young men and Women to meet We all know that more emphasrs has been placed 011 Cdl1CHt1011 than CV61 before Graduatrng classes all over the country th1S yefu a1e facrng tl1e same obstacles you are about to e11cou11te1 You 'ue tl1e WOITILH of our countly The burdens Wlll be many and heavy but those ot you who equrp yourselves w1tl1 flllfhel GdLlC'lt101'1 of some krnd wrll be bettel fzble to shoulder y0l11 1espo11s1b1l1t1es 'Ind be happler c1t1ze11s 111 so dorng You have been a cooperatwe wrlhng and congemal class w1tl1 VVh1Cl1 to wo1lt You a1e capable of bemg '1 success and a c1ed1t to yOll1 homes scl1ool a11d comn1u111ty We hope that the tnne spent at Hrllhouse has p1epa1ed you to meet your future w1th a11 open mlnd and tolel ance for all races In tl11S tor I1 WO1ld of 1n1sunde1sta11cl1ngs h'lt16ClS and lealousy may you do you1 pmt Wltll mtelhgent thrnlxrng There 1S a place 111 thrs World for everyone and my best W19llSS go W1tl1 you 111 Wl1ateve1 you undeltalxe May God keep vou and grude you Most CO1d1Rlly BARBARA A L HEWLETT Dean 19 1 E 111 W-33 new y 1 WEE " M Us H BE ms . lmza HIE W KE. ssswtm . . e . D . ' C A W ' 1 4- 1 I' 1 ' r 1 1 I c 1 1 5 1. C 1 future leaders, doctors, nurses, scientists. lawyers, engineers, business 111e11 and A . . . . 1 ' r I 5 . . . A . . C . . 3 . .C A . , . . C . C L . . . 7- I C x A A . 7 . c 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 1 . , c 1 I 1 , 1 l . ' . 7 . . ' , 'V Q GILBERT C. MILLER ROBERT LANGDALE Technical Arts Science Wagffj' L Departmental Heads EDWARD C. CROWLEY Mathematics 20 IVIARION C. SHERIDAN English Departmental Heads , Eg. Hia MARY W- PATTEN THOIXIAS F. RICHARDSON Biology History 21 'ww GORDON N. CHRISTOPHER REGINALD D- ROOT Foreign Languages Physical Education Departmental Heads 32 F RANK I. CARR Remedial W01'k 22 1 Eiiigv'2'QTLfT2.:5i1E?'u'V 'R' IZ 4. I I . '-as 'ff Q r. Miss Minerva Eberly A native of Pennville, Indiana, Miss Eberly was graduated from the Penuville I-Iigh School and, later, from Indiana State Normal School and Indiana Uni- versity. Four years after receiving her B. A., she com- pleted work for her M. A., which was awarded by the same institution. She has also attended summer ses- sions at Chicago, VVisconsin, Harvard, and Colorado. For twenty years now Miss Eberly has taught English in our school and has been a most conscien- tious and faithful member of our faculty. Quiet, sincere, unselfish, and loyal, she has done a splendid job and has made many friends, who now wish her the highest degree of health and happiness in the years to come. Dr. George T. Davis Dr. Davis has been a member of the history de- partment of the I-Iillhouse faculty since 1923. For many years he sponsored the 'World Affairs Club, one of the most popular student organizations. The members of the class of 1944 and the faculty extend to Dr. Davis their very best Wishes. 23 Biology Department Y W 2nd row: Miss E. Iolmson, Mr. Krause, Mr. Sternberg, Mr. Burton, Mr. LeVine, Miss Patten, Dept. Head. Front row: Miss Colbert, Miss Newman, Miss Russ, Miss Cahill. English Department xl J., T1H.,,..r.. 3rd row: 2nd row: Front row: Miss Kane, Miss Garvin, Mrs. Harrison, Miss Eberly, Miss Hunt, Miss Weeks, Mr. Hyman, Miss Sullivan, Miss Hogan, Mr. Feldman. Mr. Dexter, Miss Hatch, Mrs, Childs, Miss Brown, Miss Buclclington, Miss Segur, Miss Denny, Miss Nolan, Miss Caslmum, Miss Reback. Mrs. Clark, Miss McQuigifg, Miss Taber, Dr. Sheridan, Dept. Head, Miss Harvey, Mrs. How ett, Mrs. Aherne. 24 Foreign Language Department 3rd row: 2nd row: Front row: Miss Harris, Miss VVilcox, Dr. Raschella, Mr. Spinney, Mr. Schubert, Miss Preston, Miss R. Doherty. Miss Pond, Miss Sanford, Mrs. Ehnendorf, Mr. Crosby, Mrs. Hendricks, Miss YVoodhead, Miss Razee. Miss O. Doherty, Miss Cragin, Mr. Christopher, Dept. Head, Mis. Farrington, Mrs. Braslin. ll' 4 H 4 4 3rd row: 2nd row: Front row: Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Thurston, Mr. Lafreniere, Mr. Barbour, -Mr. Gallup. Dr. Davis, Mr. Chappell, Dr. Wrinn, Miss Mead, Miss Peck, Miss VValker, Mr. Flanagan. Miss Mitchell, Miss Rinehart, Miss Isbell, Mr. Richardson, Dept. Head, Miss Horn, Miss Dawley, Miss M. Johnson. l 3JfQ+e,IlQ kl-1l,-,,,-1!,, R, , 4,,,, 4 3rd row: Mr. Straus, Mr. Costello, Mr. Morton, M1'. Spiller, Mr. Gregory, M1'. Reichgott. 2nd row: Mr. Gartland, Mr. Chisholm, Miss Parsons, Mrs. Gillen, Miss McKay, Mr. Chernoff, Mr. F arrington. Front row: Mrs. Davenport, Miss Malone, Mr. Merriam, Mr. Crowley, Dept. Head, Miss Pryde, Miss Currie. Physical Education Department 2nd row: Miss Sara, Miss Greenwood, Miss Schurig, Mr. Root, Dept. Head, Miss Harkin, Mrs. Patton. Front row: Mr. Rice, Mr. Davin, Mr. Bender, Mr. G. Johnston, Mr. Culver, 26 Remedial Department 2nd row: Mr. Carr, Dept. Heaclg Mr. Rowe. Front row: Miss Hanson, Miss F lunagan, Miss Davin, Miss Donohue. Science Department 2nd row: Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Tripp, Mr. Sproule, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Burton, Mr. McCz1rtli Front row: Mr. Kimball, Miss Wfillizlnis, Mr. Langdale, Dept. Head, Miss Donnelly, Mr. Small 27 Technical Arts Department 3rd row: Mr. Fay, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Wzlkemaii, Mr. Gray, Mr. Gosselin, Mr. Sylvia. 2nd row: Mrs. Wakeman, Mr. J. Johnston, Mr. McClellan, Mr. Adams, Mr. Miller, Dept. Headg Mr. Hall, Mr. Fraser, Mrs. Shutter. Front row: Miss Bowcly, Miss Madden, Miss East, Miss Sanclquist, Miss Klinger, Miss Breen. Faculty' Not In Group Pictures Miss Dorothy I-I. Berry .... Miss Louise M. Farnsworth Miss Bertha K. Frehse Miss Marie E. Gallivan ....... Miss Myrtle O. Gorham ....., Miss Elizabeth A. Halloran Dr. Sabina C. Hoyt ....,...,. Miss Flora B. Lyons ...... Mr. Howard A. Newton Miss Ella E. Smith ,.....,.... Dr. joseph L. Walsh ...,. , Dr. Ella P. VVarner Miss jane Welsh ...... English Foreign Language ....,......,....... English History History History English English Science English English English English Placement Service The increased demands of employers for part-time workers initiated the institution of a separate placement service in the spring of 1943. This adminis- trative function was formerly part of the Deanis program. The main objective of this service is to assist students in obtaining suitable part-time employment in accordance with their interests, abilities, and needs and to aid those who leave school through graduation or otherwise in making effective adjustments in vocational life with a maximum of benefit to themselves and the community. In addition to endorsing only those jobs that call for four hours of work on days that school is in session, the Placement Director follows all state and fed- eral laws pertaining to the employment of youth. Placement service cards made out early in the fall by all seniors and under- elass students who were employed at that time revealed that many students were engaged in part-time employment. The figures for the senior class alone showed that of 891 registered, 568 were employed. Approximately 30 boys and girls, part-time workers, the majority of whom received their jobs through the placement service, contributed out of their work experience to an experimental work education program conducted during the second semester. Group discussions, motion pictures pertaining to occupations, and reports from employers were some of the activities of this g1'oup. It is hoped that some of the conclusions drawn may help to formulate a pattern for future part-time workers. On graduation many students will be placed in full-time employment. In the yiear tg follow it will be interesting to know the progress of these students on t ie jo . As idle hands have no place in safeguarding this land of freedom, students who maintain satisfactory grades in school subjects are encouraged to help the war effort by engaging in part-time work that will serve as an educational work experience and that will also help in the emergency. 2.9 sm-ss an m si mf m ss a u Hi Us um ss ss mm -4 va a sa ss 5. ss ss, nm Eff- Eggs ms Exif as ss nt sf a ss 30 mm N, WF uv -A, ,yn 's. QQ 8932393 My ww W f Bw 5 'N-. +3-. ,, Q. my WWE -ans sv., awww W 95 A Q-1' 'A .Q Q ol I ' .wa u V . ' .F V .E I'.:f--V. s -lg 4? - 'z , .7 7. , f'. ,. 'L ,.,..45J,,...g.5 ' 'T' , ,. L M29 . .i P' ' XNH b I 5 . . . . M -fl -wy- 1 1 ' f .ae ' ' ' .L -. x - 'gn-gf " - ' . -2- 'ff Tm- -. F-,. 4 -"EER Qs.-.s, W 'JW' f1'.',.,.' 1 ' 1 ,.. -Q,-'L+ ':,'f'1g2' :I-s2'f39.!. . , 4 , 'Zig , . . , . .. .V V 1 M 5 :H .- .... " fwf' ,, ,K l me P 4 if j jk -- .7 -- if b - vii. ' 1- H I W- - V . x W ,- . M y :. q -, ' I 5 I he lime CErn1na Evhnrt Witliin these walls I learned to love My countryls 'urging hand, And in their stones I learned to see The true strength of my land. Its battlements were built on stone, And this, in turn, on 1'OCk, That would withstand the- tongues Or alien c1'edo's shock. of hate, In this, our centered little world, Gleamed not a ray of fear, Nor did we hear the mutte1'ed curse, And see the bitter tear. Then with a flash our world was pierced, And ladders on the wall, And high above the rushing feet, We heard the trumpet call. A clearer sound was never heard, Nor tingled in one's breast, And ardently the staunch of heart Prepared to meet the test. , Yet back we stood with mingled thoughts, As this for us was not, The moment neither ours to live, - Nor struggle yet our lot. Then, burning as a tongue of Hame, That wavered as it bled, Igniting thought, and mind, and heart, "Here, take this sword!" Fate said. And in my hand was placed the sword, That must be won by years, By time and all its citizens, By those who conquer fears. And all about I saw my friends, And on them girded too, That selfsame sword of selfsame steel, That We as men might do. The time grows short, the hours ebb, The days themselves Hee now, While earnestly thy children take Their proud and loyal vow. CHARLES DUDLEY NASI-I, IB. 32 W' VPMQKNIGI Vi 41?'wfvb-aP!m ... W , I Q. V H'-"xr'9 np. .-ff "' na V Wi' H aff .nv-v-wr 7, ff mn V. up u.'!J'1u.,"XF Swv: :sn-1 If E I "9" :lil WV.- VV.. mwlw 1 SJAA. .IPM -..I I J-Vi' 'VH fl " V.1,.,.. 1 IJI W' 'ff' ...H v P55921 K' 'F' ,3 5 pg mf I Y .V xl px 5, IIIIN' w 4 vw.gI,3Q,.,,.,,,,, VM Q V III I, P7 WQIIQQ II 9 Q-'V mIIeI1VI..I:IIIIIIII.II'I VV-V an V, .. M ia! .V VV- if I L " I1 3' Nix .1 qv-uit Ig-...,1q-4345-Ny, ...Q 15514, 1 XR V... ? - 'igrilii x' - MA .mf 'V H: -N. xf vvnrn V t " if .-5. V we :HV M ' 5'W....z.gVVs'V-cf - V . 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Band if 'k 'k i' 'A' War Bond Assembly The joint is really jumping, the kids are really kicking, the seats are all but swaying, groaners are groaning, moaners are moaning! Wllat is this, the Paramount? Not quite. We're sitting in the center aisle of the Hillhouse auditorium. It all happened February 28, when the Hillhouse students were rewarded for their war bond pur- chases with a special performance of the Yale 718th Army Band. The band, led by Private Roger Segure, "Amen,s" originator, was made up of the most popular men in the business. Modern favorites. "My Sweet Embraceable You" and "Where Or Whenn, were sung by Bob Carroll. That was the enter- taining part of the program. The big thrill for bond pur- chasers, however, came later when the Covernoris wife, Mrs. Raymond E. Baldwin, presented the govern- mentis receipt for a P-51 Mustang Fighter Plane to the student rep- resentatives. 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'X' 'B' ,S-wa Q ""'-rr 5. -ff :ff xx fl' uwwt: S OFFICER WllUAT'i CURMT PRESIDENT APRESIDE NT 3 i EHANOR JACOB ' JOHN GRAN S SECRETARY A TREASURER lgrvmhent 11 illivnnage Fellow Cl1ss111f1tes We of tl1e class of 1944 'ue stand111g on the th1esl1old of a Wolld at War Ou1 CIISGIS so cfuefully planned by 0111 paxents '111d tea.cl1e1s must now be fqslnoncd 111 eeunest we can 110 l011g61 depend upon the gl11d3.I1CC of the class 100111 but must st11l1c o11t lfO1 0Ll1SGlV69 I'IOWLV61 as we look fl'11Oll0'l1 the pages of 0111 clf1ss book not o11ly thls yea1 but 111 ye11s to come We W1ll 1ecall W1tl1 WHIITI ple 1su1e the undylng ITIGITIOIICS of lessons lea1 ned at I'I1llllOllSG Some We aclneved tl1e hzud way othexs we ab sorbed GISIIV As we look ove1 the p1ctu1es of 0111 f1 16I'lClS t83.Cl1G1S and adm1111s tl 1to1s I C1111 51.116 we shall End thls Elm Tice 1 puccless n1eme11to As I wute thcsc l111es I seek WO1ClS to CYPISSS n1y deep '1pp1ec1at1o11 thfxt you selected me IS you1 1316816161112 Dllllllg the past yea1 Wlth days and Weeks of co11t11b11t1o11s to the wsu eHo1t I have been 111o1e 1nd 111o1e p1oud that I could c1pt 1111 such 1 coope-1at1vc and loy 11 clfzss We have 11eve1 been found vvantmg 11Ot because of mv le 1dersl11p but because you 111y class111'1tes have been u11t11 111g 111 you1 effmts to make tl1e cl'1ss of 1944 the best CV61 to bc g1aduated f1o1n the NLW I'I'1VCl'1 Hlgh School I Wlsh to thank WV1fl1 deep gl 1t1tudc Ele 11101 S1nd1f1 'md Ick fol then f nthful 12001361 311011 duung the past ve 11 LOy1lly 1 55 o , 1: ' I , ,. K. . . . . . ,2. .3 ,, . D . . I , .3 . A . - 1 1 . 1 - " 9 . 3,3 . . , 1 1 1. A, . . . . .. , ' . 1 Q C 7 2. 3 . . kk. . . . , 5 - c J. , , - .k ., , . . 1 4. ,. 2 . ,J I . A A 7 . . 1 . . C . K L . . I . . , c E 2' c " 3' 3 c . ' ' ' , 1 . ' . A I . A '.' , C 9 9 4 3 . . C I . , . . 4 g , .', , 'z 1, 2 ', z 1, 1 ' ' fl K 'I l 1. K I ' ' L r . 1 a 5 im xg ang mme E H E E H M H H M M H M E H M M H W M E H .- . gs mf H N H K 5535553 H H H - H - .Q W Q is H ,. ,- Q- 21 -H L .Lx Hu unfam- Q. 1 Senior Executive Board 3rd row: Colley, Vestuti Laffin, Flynn, Scott, O'Connor, Zeidenberg, Shguahan, Dolan. 2nd row: DeSilvis, Bates, Petraiuoo, Dahlmeyer, Matt, Tarr, Aceto, Wrinn, Kapitan, Crescenzi, Coassin. Front row: Archer, Clark, Curley, Grant, Jacob, Barnabei. The Senior Executive Board has guided the student activities of Hillhouse for eleven years, but because of the War, in 1943 and 1944 it has had many more activities and campaigns to conduct than in preceding years. Nevertheless, the 1944 Student Board feels confident that it has produced effective results. As in former years, the S.E.B., as it is familiarly known, was given full charge of the senior class elections. It was their responsibility to arrange the dates of the nominations and the ensuing elections and to check the validity of the nomina- tion petitions. In the election itself the S.E.B. and the home rooms cooperated in bringing about a correct and smoothly run campaign, for the votes were counted in the individual rooms, and the S.E.B. tallied them for the whole class. ' The Senior Executive Board was in close Contact with every campaign that Went on in the school. The Red Cross Council, which is now a permanent insti- tution, included two S.E.B. representatives, who attended the meetings and sub- sequently reported the activities of the council to the student body. Without doubt the principal campaign this year was the Fourth War' Bond Drive. The magnificent success of this drive must be credited to the patriotism of the whole school, but the S.E.B. is proud to have managed it. In the Com- munity Chest Campaign and the Infantile Paralysis Drive as Well, the S.E.B. made the plans, and the school body, informed of the plans by their representatives, carried them to a successful conclusion. Among the innovations sponsored this year was the Pep Club, a group of girls who formed a cheering section at the football games. It is expected that this club will be continued and enlarged in future years. ' This year of War has been fraught with many difhculties, but thanks to the cooperation of the student body, it has been truly a successful one for the Senior Executive Board. 57 Class Motto Committee row: ClW21I'tZl'l'lHl1, ea y, usso. 1 S 1 H I S t row: Bursey, O,Conuor, chzurmang Russell. Ullman illklnitn Wnaaunt quia pnnnr uihvninr Uheg are able hnreumr thvg zvrm tu hr ahlv. 58 Class Gift Committee 2nd row Brochm Buchmm Fortune Front row D1gl1o Enffelhlrt Lhurmm Afte1 mfmy 1Tl6Ct11'1gS ind d1SClISS1011S and a cueful 6VEl1ll'1f1Oll the class g1ft commlttee dCC1d6d that the gxaduatmg class of 1944 should plesent a t1opl1y case to the school Th1S gift was P101T1ptGd by the IICCSSSIW fo1 sp'1ce to d1sp1'1y the lncreaslng numbe1 of awards The t1Op1'1y case at present 1S so c1owded that lt does not do Justlce to the beautlful tlophles acqun ed by ou1 vlctorlous teams We hope thls glft W111 be a. token of om school Splllt and an 1USp1I'Elt1011 fm futlue classes 59 w w u l' in . , cg, . + : , C, z,-1 1. Q . . . . 1. . c ,c , r. c , . ' ' c c Class Day Committee 2nd row: Hasselman, Fallon, Goodrich, Ciola, Kasimer. Front row: Bilgore, Varenka, Shanley, chairmang Vestuti. "I-IILLI-IOUSE SALUTESH Hillhouse will salute the flag of the United States at Class Day Exercises in Woolsey I-Iall on Flag Day, june the fourteenth. As Class Day happens to fall on that important day-a notable day especially in -a year of war- it was the wish of the Class Day Committee to have the flag of the United States honored at the exercisesg hence the theme "I-Iillhouse Salutesfi Planning the program was a pleasant cooperative enterprise, faculty and students meeting together for many Weeks to evolve activities and talks expressing the interests and ambitions of the members of the class. Seniors eager to partici- pate came frequently as guests. Faculty members of the committee were Dr. Marion C. Sheridan, Chairman, Mr. Edward C. Crowley, Mrs. Olivia Childs, Miss lvlarvaret Craging Mr. Theodore Crosby, Miss Veronica East, Miss Ruth Greenwood? Miss Pauline McQuiggg Miss Dorothy Prydeg and M1's. Agnes Wakeman. In addition to the students pictured above, john Gregory and Franklin Peters were members of the Class Day Committee. GG Senior Prom Committee Srd rovs Allen G"tlll'l7Z1 Swfmson Derwon EISLQIB Lelvme Cfmsselh 'ind row Whrtfleld Morg m Cholovs x H lckett Ps 1th lb Gunn Ffmlcrgno Sl1'm'1h 111 Front row Opper Crossmqn Smgleton c.hurn1'1n Archer Perlxms from the othel popular School 1ct1v1t1es the 1616011 belng thfxt both the Almory 'md the Pflyne Wl11t11ey GyI11111S1l11H Where prome hive been p1GV1OUSly held ue now unde1 the supe1v1s1on of the almy and 'ue 1.l1lObt8.11l21bl6 beciuse of Wal tune condltlons Fu1the1 'lttempts WGIC made to Bud anothe1 Sllltable place, but these 6H0ltS proved futlle The comnuttee Hnally dec1ded that holdlng a prom would not be ln accor clwuce Wltll the p'1t11Ot1C customs of the present tune and abandoned 111 plans 61 f: b,. . .', 1 , to , "2 , 4 , ... f.. -, 3 I 2 , 11, , '2 k', ' , Q , , 1 c i . ' ' Z , .' r. , , '. 2 c 5 " , ' '. For the second time in a number of years, the Senior prom had to be omitted . . . L , c ' ' ' I-7 . C . ' 7 C . c ' L . I Z .I , ' ' , ,,. c ' I 7 ' 1 1 C . 1 ' ' A . 1 C . C -. . A . Q . z . I History of the Sophomore Year Seven hundred and fifty strong, without a single .K I ML 1 1, N ...vfggfx MW new brief case, staring eye, or stumbl.ing foot among 4 " ' A 3 'l-lTOIlZe2lSlS1QlTlCf3:El.aT1SflEl.Jf 1934111 dleteai'1yf2iuOfti41 Since m numen o earnin , ie ew '-1 V Haven High School. Only last year thoge sophisti- V i:"'y. rd '34 - cated beings who strolled carelessly from class to gl.. YK class .without once gazing up at a room number . '. y V had filled us with awe. Now we were their equals, p 1 "G, X the unsung leaders of the afternoon school, to put ,N IA jfs . it briefly-sophomores! I y I W Q I The year started out with a bang, to. our way of it i V th.1nk1ng,.with the 1'11ll.l1OL1SC-ClO1Hl1'lC1'C12ll game in ' N H if, A' ' y , City Stadium on Friday afternoon, October 10. The I f - M' AIIE Ax afternoon 'students who had preyiously pledged , f. ' -. their allegiance by the purchase of an A. A. ticket ..f'- . me were excused at 1:80. Although the score was fatal mmf ' : vi to our side, our lungs received a good work-out, and, after all, what's a hoarse voice and a couple of fractured ribs when school spirit is at stake? On October 15, the first assembly of the year was held, at which all new- comers were acquainted with and welcomed to the school by the Assistant Principal, Mr. Bowen. Students were urged by the speakers to further their school spirit by joining some of the GXt1'El-Cl11'1'1Cl.1l2l1' clubs. The October 24 issue of the Sentinel bestowed two high honors on our worthy class. Tabulations of report cards showed that we led the school in the number of honor pupils with a total of fifty-eight. Second, Christine grundage, a sophomore, had won first prize in the annual Fire Prevention Essay ontest. Already totally exhausted by OU1' laborious activities, we were glad of the respite, when a golden opportunity was offered us to hear the ixizu-me Band concert. Soon after this, many pupils attended the Yale Drama School's production of "I-Iamletv. Several foreign-born students, who were now attending Hillhouse, spoke at the assembly on November 12. The program was announced by David Greene, and two students, Ruth Rowe and Elizabeth Farber, spoke on the subject, "What America Means to Men. In the first few days of November, fall sports trophies were awarded, and Carol Fleischner was proclaimed sophomo1'e girls, tennis champion. Hillhouse prepared for Thanksgiving with several football rallies to urge our team on to victory. Thanksgiving Day was the twentieth of November this year, according to a proclamation by Governor Hurley. Seventeen thousand, three hundred and fifty-four spectators, breaking all former records, gathered for the annual Yale Bowl clash with an ancient rival, West Haven. We worked up hearty appetites that day, but to no avail. The score was deadlockedg however, we cheerfully assured each other that it was a "moral victory". Close on the heels of this event came another annual festival-the District Ice Jamboree in the Arena. Anyone from New Haven and vicinity who was agile enough to tie up his own skate-laces was present, and several sophomores performed in the colorful spectacles. Meanwhile, within the walls of our Alma Mater, clubs were rapidly forming as the Student Advisory Board elected Eleanor Jacob and Hairy Monde as co-presidents, Robert Kenny as vice-president, and Patricia Fallon and Marion Carney, secretary and treasurer respectively. Then into the peaceful calm of a Sunday afternoon came the horrifying news of the dastardly attack on Pearl Harbor. On December 12, the Presidentis war 62 message was b1oadcast 0ve1 the pubhc "lCl.d1CSS system, a gut of tl1e class ot 1940 f111d '1ftc1 tl11s p1OCla111'1t1011 eve11ts moved f01w11d w1th sw1tt pu1pose Tl1e guls volunteued f01 hospltstl w01k "ll1TlOSt 1mmed1ately 1s 1 home l1U1S1llg cl 1ss xv 15 o1ga111zed A11 111cl detense P11115 speechly 1H'lt611'1l17GCl and O11 'u111f11y 97 the fust 111 1 11d dull was conducted 111 H1lllJOL1S6 A week latel tl1e scl1o0l 'uded tl1e New H1ve11 Pubhc L1b1 11 y 111 a V1ct01y Book Ca.n1pa1g11 t01 n1e11 111 the nmed fO1CGS F01 then hne Vfllllllteel SGIVICL 'lt the l10sp1tal duung tl1e Cl111SlC1'l11S se 1s011 I1v111g C1lecl1n1an A11tl1o11y C0421 1nd IIe1be1t Hallllhall th1ee s0ph0mo1es we1e lstuded 111 '1 lette1 to M1s Hewlett by tl1e Cl11GCtO1 of the New Haven II0sp1tal Tl1e A1ne11c111 LGg101l O11t011c. 11 Co11test l1sted M1lCO1l1 Cohcn F ldlllxllll Pete1s Phylhs Sxchs and A1thu1 Sflchs '1ll 111LlT1lJC1S of the Cl1ss ot 1944 Qs SC11'11f1l11l1StS Afte1 tl1e tm 11 C0111pCt1lf1011 F1fu1kl111 was chosen alte1111te to Lee Lcvm 1 sen101 w1n11e1 of tl1e scl1o0l contest The Wolld Aff 111S Club llDClG1 tl1e le'1de1sh1p of Chfules Nash becune e11g10sscd 1D hewted Cl19CllSS1OHS CO11CG11111lg tl1G wsu e111e1ge11cy All tl1e school clubs f01111ulated plans fO1 eff1c1ent SGIVICC '1t thls tlllle smd the Red C1oss KD1tt1l1g C10up mlhed 1ts fO1CC-ES '1s 1fS 1Tl611'1b61S lesuned to ltnlt t1stc1 and 111016 sk1llful1y On I111ua1y 30 F1 111ltl111 D Roosevelt P1OCl11H1CCl D1yl1gl1t S1v111g Tune 110w called Wfu Tune fo1 the du11t10n Enly 111 Feb1ua1y seve11l 111en1be1s of 0111 class attended tl1e L1t111 A111e11c 111 Fan 111 New YO1k C1ty 111 01de1 to bette1 unde1sta11d 0111 11C1gl1bO1S to tl1e south DGClCl1I1g tlmt tl1e SOpl'l01TlO1GS WGIL clue fO1 fu1the1 l1011o1s Nancy Dllllll became the gnls bowhng chan1p1011 ol the school 011 Ap11l 19 I11 1dd1t1on we 8.Cl116V6d g1c'1t 1101101 at tl1e Sentmel banquet wl1e11 Bubala Buxsey Teddy K1RV1tZ and joseph MTLCOIIITTC though only s0phom01es we1e elected to tl1e staff of tl1e busmess bosud 111 the pos1t1ons of cxch111ge n1'111f1ge1 C11Cl1l1t1011 W616 1dded to tl1e 8d1tO111l bond Tl1e la11ff111ge depf11t111e11ts 9P01lSO16Cl tl1e11 11111111 1l ex 11111111t101lS 111 Apul and the w11111e1s of tl1e school L"lt111 ev1n1111f1t1o11s Do10tl1y G00d11ch 111d Ba1ba1'1 Peck VVL16 sent lo H 11tt01d to pzutlclpate 111 tl1e st 1te w1de contest Geolge Sfzndel so11 w011 the TllO1Tl"l9 F T'1ylo1 Awfud 111 second yesn Cum 111 and was 1ls0 tl1e sec011d p1 IZC w11111e1 111 the Omega Deltsx E1:1111111f1t1011 111 Enghsh whlle Ilmlle V'SStt1l11 1ecc1ved the tust puze Tl1e 11'l'1tl1E'1Tl1t1CS 1nd sc1e11cc Cl6P2l1t1Tlf.11tS also 1wa1ded seve11l P11763 Raymond Hllllblllt was the 1E'C1plC,11t of the Upsllon Ls1n1bdf1 P111 puzt 111 apphecl geometly and F IAHCIS Lflvelle w011 tl1e Tl1c0do1e Aleus Smunow puze f01 puplls 1n tl1e sopl1011101e c1C'1ClC1Tl1C 11011196 wl1o excelled 111 matl1c111at1cs Tl1e VV1ll1'1111 Babbltt PIIZG T01 plule ge0111et1y W IS szwuded to 1110161106 C10l1 1 Stl1Cl611t 111 tl1e Soclal A1ts c0u1se F01 excellence 111 b1ol0gy I 111 tl1e Soc1f1l A1ts c0u1se Betty Cohen 1nd Joseph MHCCOl1l1aC WCIC awalded tl1e P1 EP1S1lOl1 P1 fust and second puzes 1espect1vely Tl1e M 1tt1e F eldm 111 Aw 11d spo11s01ed by P111 S1gmf1 Ph1 Wl11Cl1 1S sawfnded to '1 pup1l 111 tl1e Techmcal Arts c0111se who d1Spl1yS outst Illdlllg scl100l C1fllZ61lSl11p and plomotes school spnlt w'1s w011 by Ida De 131161170 to tl1e PIOLICT clehght of l1e1 classmates Upon pelllilllg 111 0111 usual d1l1ge11t 1111111161 0u1 coples of tl1e Glcam w W616 dehghted to tmd 1 poem by Phylhs M01 g 111 1 st01y by F1edc11c,k Doohttle and 'ut wo1k by Alllta Doff F1edc11ck Doohttle Ba1ba1a Henclle1 and Elnlle VGStl1t1 Agfun the Wu toucl1ed ou1 hves wl1e11 we we1e g1anted '1 fOLl1 day hollday ea1ly 111 May Wh1le we hohcked 0111 tC2lC.l1C1S tllled out 1at1011 books fO1 tl1e equal Cl1St11bllt1Oll of sugsu Tl1en bflck we hfmstened to complete 0111 seco11d V621 and ElClfl1CVC tl1 It long sought hfth heedom f101I1 studles H0weve1 Clllllllg the summe1 we futu1e c1t1Le11s of Co1111ect1cut attempted to contubute 0111 share lIONVa1d bu1ld111g tl1e foul g1C'1t heedoms to 1nsu1e l1be1ty 111 tl1e post Wal W01lCl Maulyn Ph1ll1pS 63 K . . . . . 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C x . su C ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 " 1 ' z, , ' ' . . . C n I . y I ' ' ' I n uw C 3 I C 5 1 . . . ' '.' ' ' .. 3 , .' . ' 1 . C C C 3 C 7 C C 1 , C C . . . . 2 1 . A . , ' l 0 . ', . , . ., e . E Q , . . 2 , C . . J. , E, . . ' . -,.' . ' . . . ' 4 2 : a . 1 ' ' . ' ' C '- ' ' u ' I -1 . 1 I 4 .' - ' ' 1 1. . , . , ' ' f. c . c. , ' 4 1 ' I - .. 'u -- - ' 1 nl I C . , 7 3 r 7 I . . . C . . . - . . History of the Junior Year ' Inspired by the song from the Broadway hit, ,rp www: yr,-,H ra " jj, 'Aj 'gOklahomal',, we, the future citizens of Connecticut, ' Mg' i-u, Went around humming bits of "Oh, What A Beau- 'tf up fsj W l tiful Morningli' However, in September, 1942, most - ' of us Were uninitiated into the Society of Early -1 ' lj ,V Risers who could really appreciate the glory of the X dawn. u iv Study-hall, in rooms 30 and 201, was a wonder- , , ful idea, for no longer did we have to listen to con- M 1 jugations of Latin verbs while trying to concentrate 1 In on physics. V? Settling down to study, We were constantly kept W- j fy , .3 aware of the closeness of the war. In our United ,V " , ,mx "ggi ,. States History classes we discussed the pros and Z .Ag cons of a second front. Then came November 7. It Stands as the date when Old Glory first flew in 4' 1' . -11 if ' Algeria. Together with the Union jack it swept Nfffl GFP over North Africa until, in May, Tunis and Bizerte fell. To the average student names like Sfax, Gaves, Bougie, and Casablanca now had real meaning, not merely "j'ography-bookn and movie significance, The first anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor found many students holding part-time jobs in defense plants and doing other important war work. Many took Red Cross classes in Home Nursing, Life-Saving, and First Aid, all of which proved to be invaluable training, and important in the building of better manhood and womanhood. Our Junior year will also be remembered as the year that Irving Ber1in's great song, uVVhite Christmas,v was so popular. It was a leader on the Hit-Parade even after the season of holly and Christmas trees. That Christmas we tried to get used to the change from bright holiday electric lights to the gaily-colored wooden ornaments on the big tree on the Green. The York Square Players put on a Christmas play with two casts of two people each. The juniors in these casts were Charlotte Fishman and john Gregory. Launching a drive which resulted in the collecting of many pieces of musical and sports equipment for p1'lSOl1S1'S of war, a joint meeting of the Hi-Y and Tri-Y was held in january. The faculty had no rest during the vacation week of February 23, as they were called again to serve in the rationing registration, this time the point-ration system for commodities. As a consequence, March 1 to 3, an extra three days of vacation were granted. Our air-raid-drill system was revised, and we had to keep in mind the blue, red, and white signals, as we underwent several tests during the year, opening Windows and pulling down the shades, closing doors, and standing quietly in the halls until the signal to return to our seats, where we awaited the "two long ringsv, meaning all clear. Many students assisted in the collections for the National Red Cross Drive at the downtown theaters during the week of April 1 to 7. The junior Tri-Y lent their helping hands along with many junior groups. Our weekly Sentinel "Alumni Notesi' carried more and more news of fellow classmates who had gone into the armed services. From the faculty, Mr. Gebhardt, Mr. Maloney, Mr. Turck, and Mr. Braslin left the classrooms .of Hillhouse for active duty in the armed forces. Thirty-eight members of the junior class left their high school studies to join the armed forces. Included in this group was the president of the I. E. B., Kurt Solomon, who went into the army. Over 160 students joined the Victory Corps in our school and received the distinctive arm-bands. 64 Tl1e annual pe1fo1mance of tl1e Y01k Squ11e Playe1s because of govexnment 1Ul1DgS a11d the tuel sl101tage could 1lOt be gwen 111 the evenmg 111 0111 a11d1t0r 111111 The Ghost StO1y by Booth Tallxmgton, was presented 1nstead at the A M and P M 1SSC,1TllJl1Cb 111 lVl9.1Cll Lfuuel box played tl1e leadlng 10le supp01ted by El19G Kl1g61l111l1 Raymond Pauluccy Rose Quadnno Do10thy ROSSIHI Ruth Rowe a11d F1ed GOlCl1'1C1 A fantasy May Moon the 2111111111 p101ect ot the play p1oduct1011 classes w1s g1ve11 Aplll lo fO1 tl1e 111n101 assembly Among the 111e111be1s of tl1e cast WSIS 111111015 Ruth E1cl1e11bau111 Cloua C0110 Puta Green be1g '111d lohn Papa tl1e pl 1y was announced by Ioan Buchanan At tl1e spung conference of the Col11111b1a Scl1olast1c P1ess Assoc11t1o11, fnst place awalds WGIL gwen to tl1e Sentznel 111d Gleam The Sentmels out stzindmg W01k 111 p1o1110t111g tl1e W11 6ffOlt was 1GCOg1'11Z6Cl 111 the awa1d111g of a go cl Stal Aplll lg was tl1e mght ot tl1e g1ancl Sentmel banquet atte11ded by the 6d1tO11dl a11d bus111ess bocucls At tl1e Y VV C A , wl1e1e It was held He1be1t Mo111s 'md S111d1a Clfuk we1e 11111011nced 1s co Sd1tO1S 111 clnef and Joseph lVl'1CCO111'1'1C w1s named l3LlS11lCSS 111anage1 The complete staffs were '1ls0 'n111ouncecl 1IlClLlCl111g Robelt L'1If111 ass0c1ate 6Cl1tO1 P'1t11c1a Fallon and Ioyce Loftus 1ss1sta11t ed1to1s Leonfud Ze1cle11be1g and Janet Fo1d SpO1tS ed1to1s and D1V1Cl C1ee11e 1v1at1on 6d1tO1 The 111111015 11 1111ed to joseph MACCOIIHTCS staff WCIC R1cl1'11d IIElSS6l1Tl'1l1 '1ClV61't1Sl11g m1nage1 Teddy K1'1v1tz Gloua C0110 and Tl1om'1s F lvnn c11cul'1t10n 111.111 1gG1S Peall Sllplellilllt exchange ma11age1 a11d BkI1lD'l1"l Bu1sey, co1npet1t1011 111a11'1Ue1 The 44 Gleam stall was also 111n01111ced 1bo11t tl11s t1111e W1tl1 Paul N01tl1 named as ed1to1 111Cl'l1Gf El1 KTSIIDII as 1ss0e1f1te ed1to1 and Ca10l F 1618011111-31' '111d Ke1111etl1 Macdo11'1lcl as 1ss1st mt 6d1tO19 Among the 1TlOSt pop11la1 assembly v1s1t01s duung tl1e yea1 was Ma1shall Baxtholomew the nottd CO1lClllCtO1 of tl1e wo1ld acclalmed Yfmle Glee Club who told of l11s expeuences 111 W01ld W11 I and 1tterWa1d led tl1e assembly 111 Slflglllg, so that tl1e 100f ot H1lll1ouse lesounded W1tl1 the '11Cl.Ol11 of 0111 VOICGS A lJG2lUt1fUl Baldwm ff1.111d pmno was fflven to tl1e scl10ol by an anonymous fuend and tl11Ollgl1OUt t1e yea1 It 0111 11111101 assemblles ou1 most talented 1T1llb1C12111S Rosalyn Caplovltz Iovee Clove '111d lX.l111"LlT1 CIOSSIIIHU gave us tl1e11 best P61fO1111'11'lCGS 011 the P11110 M111y of us lJ1'1VGd '1 pouung 13111 to see the c1ptu1ecl apfmese l1'l1Clg6t Sl.1lJ1T1'11'1l'lC on M1y 19 when lt W'1s exlnbltecl 111 a 1OpGCl oft sect1o11 ot Temple St1eet Tl1e small C1'1llI se1ved 1ts p111pose IS 1 money 111961 t01 tl1e '1dlT11SS1OIl was '1t least a twenty f1Ve cent s'1v111gs stamp After a11 6XC1t1l'lU' electlon W1lhf1m C111ley S'1nd1'1 Cl11k Eleanol Iacob and lohn Clant We1e elected tl1e 11111101 Off1C81S '111d Thomas Dolan and Ma1y McKe011 won pos1t1o11s 'IS ed1to1 111 cl11ef and bus111ess 111a11ager of tl1e se1110r class book The Elm T1 ee All tl11011gl1 the yea1 n1111y 1u11101s took f1et1ve palt 111 Sp01tS The football tefun mcluded 111111018 Buddy Dempsey Bob B11011 Ett01e Luc1a111 Eddle We1r Joe Fmnegan B1ll Neale Moose Elk T011y Guauno a11d Afthul Swee11eV loe A1111111o and '1 C61t'11l1 L Iaclxson We1e nnpoltant membe1s of H16 tl ack squad Ioe Fogfuty Was chosen the Clptalll elect ol tl1e sW1n1n1111g team '111d Ray P111 cell was 0l1tSt'Il1d1l1g O11 tl1e l1ockey team 111d was elected captam fox the 1943 44 se1s011 A g1eat 11u111be1 of 1u11101s WLIG 1W11decl puzes a11d l'10l101'llDlC 111G11t1011 111 tl1e p11ZS ex 11115 Bllbal 1 BLIISCY Ruth Labov and Ba1ba1'1 Peck wo11 f1rst puzes 111 Enghsh 111d D010thy Cooduch XVO11 the Latlll p11ZC Do1otl1y Ross1n1 1ece1ved the It'1l1 111 puze and P1t11c1a Fallon tl1e GGIITRIII pnze A1thur Sachs W011 fust pl'1ce 111 the U111ted States CO1l9tltLlt1OH exam and Sidney Iohnson 1SCG1V6Cl the p11ZL tox 111te1111ed1f1te '1lgeb1a I'I0lbG1t I'Id111H1 111 was I-J16b6l1t6Cl VV1fl1 lIl1G S011s of the AlT1C11C'lI'l Bevol11t1o11 C1t1ZS1lSl11p 1Wa1d a11d B1cha1d II1ssel111an was awamled tl1e H nvfud Club puze Su1ely 1n 0111 11111101 yeal at H1lll1o11se a yea1 of Wdl and tU11Tl01l, we took a b1g step fO1W"tICl f101H bemg 111e1ely lnffh SCl100l students to bec0111111g me11 111d Wo111en ot CO11116CflCl1t '1 state 11ot gleat 111 SIZG but ahve W1tl1 true pmposes and 1ClL1lS Ethel Ch 10sky 65 , c , . . . 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' ' - Q u 1 1 v Q-1 7 C 7 C C C 7 7 A . . h . , ., r K . C 1- ' 4 ,- C , 1 . A A . E .' ' . 7 K ,' - ' . . . . l A I' A . . . . C ,7 4 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 .' I C , .C . , . . . . ' cl 1 ' 3. ' I c , c. Q . a A 1 . ' c , c c ' 'lc . . . ' ' . . . 1 .' 'f . ' 3, A A C I C . .E 2. .E . , 7 . .C . ,Zz ' 7 . .V A C 2 . , K . , 7 . , P . . ' c ., . c ,.. , c ' ' A ., ' '. - 1 c ' . 'f ' ' U. 2. ' ' . k C . , . - , - , 1 Q 1. c 'c c z . . J C c D , 2 , c ' ' ' ' ez.. , z History of the Senior Year A P-51 Mustang takes off from the runway and Q prepares to give battle to the enemy. It is a trim ge little ship, the world's fastest fighter plane. Ameri- can workers in American factories did the actual ,gg building of the plane, but the money necessary to 5-'qi build it was donated by American high school stu- ! ' .il ' . if-v . ill il I" . A 'ul' - ff ,tg-h-ei-3 H 27 -E -"tif -L ' e " gs ' L' A -' , I.. "T - 2 -:rs ' of :' S.. gs I ' G w aTf,fi'i1is '21, ff V751 -1. I 'L' 7 f 1 .f ' ,JE w f f -- 1, :sf B Q-'F N - - -5 - 5 ---r 2. 35, 'xiii 5213 it ls? Af L?" , - ,Life 3 I ' ,, A fl 41- .g., ' , X ' ' levi- T 'U r ' ' '-i 'L-., . .1 H1 H . ,N A rex-'raw V 4 th Yy . V 'IVR . . , X X. ik.. i--"3 N dents. Inside the ship there is a plaque stating that students from the New Haven High School bought the bonds and stamps needed to pay for its con- struction. These funds were raised for the Fourth War Loan Drive in Hillhouse under the leadership M1 of student representatives of which Emile Vestuti X and Virginia Wrinn were the senior members. How- f . ., ever, only a part of the 395,659.90 which was con- lv, N0 tributed was needed to purchase the Mustang. ' xxx jf L With the money that remained as an incentive, the War Bond Finance Committee determined to spur the students on to further efforts in order to buy an F-4U-1 Corsair fighter which would be named by the school. Also of aid to Uncle Sam during 1943-1944 was the A. M. Iunior Red Cross Council of which Kenneth Macdonald and Ioan Buchanauwere the president and vice-president respectively. The Council sponsored a clothing campaign, jewelry collection, and Christmas boxes for soldiers. In addition, during the Junior Red Cross membership drive, over S600 was contributed. The Red Cross Sewing and Knitting Club performed a useful service also. During the year, about eighty seniors went into the armed forces and approx- imately two hundred ten took the A-12 and V-I2 examinations on March 15th. Uncle Sam was also aided by Miss Mary Williaiiis who taught an aeronautics course to interested students. Students from the school helped alleviate the labor shortage during the Christmas holidays and supported the National War Fund Community Chest Drive. These are a few of the patriotic activities in which our class participated. However, though the war was never far from our thoughts, we entered wholeheartedly into the regular school program. Because of an untimely epidemic of infantile paralysis in New Haven, the school year got off to a late start. I-Iowever, the senior class officers, who were elected the latter part of the iunior year, Williain Curley, Sandra Clark, Eleanor Iacob, and Iohn Grant, hastily took over their jobs in an effort to make up for lost time. The first of the Hillhouse publications to get under way was the Sentinel, headed by its capable Co-Editors-in-Chief, Sandra Clark and Herbert Morris. Others on the Editorial Board were as follows: Associate Editor. Robert Laffin: Assistant Editors, Patricia Fallon and Joyce Loftus, and Sports Editor, Leonard Zeidenberg. The Business Board was also well organized with smiling joseph MacCormac assuming the office of Business Manager. Even though the school year had hardly begun, it was time for the Elm Tree staff to be chosen. Thomas Dolan, Editor-in-Chief, appointed the members of the Editorial Board. Heading the Art Board, and appointed on a competitive basis, were Paul Marra, Editor-in-Chief, and Edward WVallant, Associate Editor. Mary McKeon, the Business Manager, appointed her assistants to the Business Board. Our school magazine, the Gleam, now began to take shape. Staff members of the Editorial Board were Paul North, Editor-in-Chief, Eli Kasimer, Associate Editor, Carol Fleischner and Kenneth Macdonald, Assistant Editors. Charles Nash was chosen Manager of the Business Board. Emile V estuti, the versatile man of many talents, was unanimously elected Art Editor by the Gleam Art Board, while Anita Doff was elected Associate Editor. In March about forty seniors from the three publications attended the Columbia Scholastic Press Con- ui ' UDFF 66 1161611126 111 New Yo1k C1t5 Tl1e1e t11e Sentmel and 1943 Gleam each won a fnst place 1at111g Tl1e dramatlc g101lP t11e Yo1k Squuc, Playe1s 111 1ts annual 616011011 of Off1C61S selected Plllllp Swfun p1es1de11t Ellse Kl1ge1man VICC pres1de11t Iean Ha11se11 secreta1y 1nd Puta G1eenbe1g t1easu1e1 1116 fnst p1Odl1Ct1Ol1 g1ve11 was a 0110110 dra1n1 by I'IG11ly G Sl1ke1 e11t1tled 0111 Heutage A Tnbute to the AITICIILWI1 B111 ot Pnghts Ida II1111s011 1ss1sted 111 lead111g the 01101115 of 1o1ty VOICES a11d Phylhs Sachs was one of t11e c1110111c1e1s Tl10n1as JCHTCISOII was po1t11ycd by 171111111111 Pete1s and the most 1111po1tf1nt man bel11nd the sce11es was P'1t11ck Colle1 111 t11e head L,lGCl11C1111 Joyce GIOVC was 111 cl1a1ge of t11e ITIUSICR1 effects A SOlCl1C1 s D161111 an Ol1gl11"l1 pf111to1n111c SLl1DlTl1ftCC1 by 1118 play productlon classes was plesented bv the Yo1k Sqn ne Plf1ye1s fO1 t11e Cl111stn'1as assembly The c1st 1l1ClllC1CC1 A1110ld B1lg016 Bnbfna Hy1n1n 1nd Flallkllll Pete1s W111l6 John G1CgO1y n1a111ged the buglc sound effects Because of C11lf1CL1lt1C,S due to t11e wu t11e 10111 Squa1e Pl'1ve1s we1e unable to put O11 tl1e11 usual Op61Ctt1 Instead tl1ey p1OC1L1CCC1 Tl1e Happy Iotuney by Tl1011'ltOI'l VV11C161 1t IS 111 Ll11USlI'11 play 111 t111t 110 scene1y and only one or two stage p1ope1t1es ue used A11101d B1lgO1C plaved the part of the stage 1n 1nage1 lacquellne Blody was the n1'1111ed daughtel a11d F ldllkllll PC1615 dld 111 excellent yob 111 l1Ll11'lO10L1b1y 1DO1t1ElV1l1g the f1tl1e1 Bef01e t11e e11d ot t11e ye 11 the pl'1v p1oduct10n classes 1J1'I11l16Cl to 1316561111 a 011e act play entltlcd LOl1dO1'lC1C11y A11 W1tl1 Ruth Rowe 111 t11e cast In Splte of so111e CL11t"l11I'I'16I'lt because of t11e wal S1tll21t10I'1 Sp01tS W616 'nnong t11e most 1111130111111 01 t11e se11101 'ICt1V1t1CS Om football team c11ee1ed 011 by 1 seventy p1ece band and led by 1013111 LGVI jackson 101112661 all 0pp0s1t10n and oppo11e11ts 33 H1lll1ouse f01 tl11s b11ll1a11t feat wo11 the coveted Wask0w1tz t10pl1y Slgllllylllg state sc11o01boy football sup1e1n'1cy T116 otl1e1 successful 1tl11et1c t6'1l11S t1'1Ck SW11T1lTl111g hockey basketball a11d 11fl6 helped to bulld up 1116 13113 s1ques of students and p1epf11e tl1e111 fO1 sen ICS 111 1116 a1n1ed forces Tl1e Gnls 8130119 Counc1l l1f1d c11a1ge of '111 qnls 1111181105 such as .11cl1e1y bowhng SXV1I111111l1g held hockey and basketball wl11ch e11ab1ed t11e g,1rls to become 1no1e pllyslcallv f1t The OfflCC1S of the CO1l11C1l were Olffa Valenka p1es1denl 10111 1I111se11 v1cc 1-'JIGSIC-lC11f Ruth L'1bov sec1eta1y and Pl1yll1s MO1ga11 t1C"lSL11G1 Early 111 Deccxnbel t11e se11101 cl1ss C1CCt1Ol1S wue 11G1C1 and tl1e class Off1C61S We1e 1eelected Co111n11ttee cl1a111ne11 also elected we1e El1Z'1lJ6tl1 Shanley Class Day Joseph Smgleton Prom lack E1'lg161'1"l1t Class Glft a11d lames OC01111o1 Class Motto Wltll thc app1o'1cl1 of 513111117 t11e c0n1pet1t1o11 1501 g1aduat10n sneake1s began OW1I1g to t11e excc llent 1nate11 11 111 the class of 1944 It took tluee cuts to dec1de t11e successful C111C11Cl11'6S These we1e Ha1vev Cedalbaum Sandla Clalk Do10tl1y Co0d11cl1 Iosep11 MICCOIHIAC and V11g1l11l W111111 Robelt L11-flll was cl10se11 as altunate Duung Ma1cl1 111111101156 lost 1 L1t111 teacl1e1 to Uncle S'1n1 He was M1 Splnney 'md vse XVGIG souy to see 111111 go Hls place was taken by MISS Tabe1 f101Tl the 1.ftS1110011 sess10n Speililllg of Lltlll t11e two w1n11e1s 01 the co11test 111 F 01111211 Yeal Latln WSIS Sdlldll C1'11k 1nd D01otl1V Gooduch wl1o 1ep1ese11ted ou1 school 111 the state COl11P9t1t1011 As our sen1o1 ye I1 d1aws to 1 close We ale 16"lV1l1g 111111101156 fox an unknown f11tu1e Some ale gomg to college s01ne 1nto bus111ess and othe1s 111t0 t11e 'umed SCIVICGS Let us not depalt sadly but cotnageously leady to face Wl1ateve1 C1GSlZ1I1y may 110ld IH sto1e for us May t11e n1e1n01y of ou1 Alma Mater eve1 1ema111 111 ou1 l1ea1ts and may tl11s 1ne111o1y help us 1esolve to make t11e post wa1 world a w01ld of f1eedon1 peace and tolerance 101111 M11to11 Cl1CgO1V 67 . 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' . . . . c c . .I , , . . , A 2 . , , C . k . . . k c 'X' ' . 1 7, c 7 ' ' ' 7 . . ' ' c ' . 2 . ' 6 2 7 .. A H . . . , ., . , . .' . . . ' K C C ' . 4 4 4, , - ' ' 4 v s C K. , C ' . ' , , c ,. i . C M . 3 . ' . . 4 , Q 4 ' Q 1 - 1 7 . , , ' . 1. . Prophecy ig: if 'X A' K U 1 fi 'il W1 lnWvL . ' Q.- VW? ,I Q-if 5' ff. "W Rlfiiflt ' ' 1 11:+'s,f" lp : "iii w - ff- :NWN -IL.-.x if ' ill "-21. ' A: 1 .. 7 f li . . av .J N X I if "f'Wl.e?- : 'lf' in iz. l I, x,,u" IU il , . , i -,K '-Qt" L, x. .-1 na If V , ffl' M'- i, .- H., I 7 ,,""' -- ,. f , RN, f' f-,v ,K 1 , ,g ' 'dv ' I ' it 'n -1.-if 5 I ' t, of the Class of 1944 In the past ten years I have often wondered just what has become of my classmates in the Hillhouse graduating class of 1944. In order to get a clear picture of the accomplishments of that group, I took down my copies of IfVho,s Wlzo, the H illhouse Alumni W'hat's Wlzat, the Unemployment Bullet-in, and the Encyclopedia Brittanica. Therein would be found the answers to my query. So without further ado I seated myself in my favorite easy chair, puffed on a fragrant pipe, and eagerly began my task. At first I glanced through the name-laden pages of the Unewnyiloyment Bul- letin, and much to my surprise . . . Oh! I mean that with the greatest pride I noticed that there were no names of '44 alumni in this volume, but, say, on second thought, could it be that the class loyalty of the editors, Eleanor Iacob and Tommy Dolan, was working overtime? I the11 hardly dared to pick up my copy of Wh0's Who, for ten years is a fairly short time to assume enough national prominence to get oneis name in this honored volume, but, yes-"Curley? Curley?" Surely this must be our Bill. The political ambitions, which were aroused in him at Hillhouse where he served as president of our Senior Class, have been realized. Bill is now our State Senato1', having recently completed a successful campaign running on a platform that endorsed a stop-light on the corner of every air-lane. Two other ,44 notables are Charles Dudley Nash, Ir. and Francis H. Lavelle, eminent "mad geniuses" of the day, who have devised a system which enables them to play an unbeatable game of chess by the use of Daltonis Atomic Theory and the Electron Theory. 'cBobbsie" Hyman, alias Madame Curious, has also entered the field of science, delving into the hidden properties of the ninety-third element, assisted by Bose Abato, another scientifically inclined alumna. I'IG1'lJCl't Morris and Sandra Clark, capitalizing on their experience on the Sentinel, are again collaborating in the literary field, as co-editors of the new pictorial magazine "Lifetime". Also attaining literary mention in Wh0's VVh0 is Paul North, former editor of the Gleamf' Paul has recently completed his latest novel, entitled "Look Out for the Gas Car," a book dealing with the age when the automobile was in every garage and the airnlane was just a passing fancy. Carol F leischner has achieved considerable praise as a distinguished poet, but the leading poet of the day is none other than our own Arthur Sachs. Author Dorothy Goodrich has been awarded the Nobel Prize for her book 'IA Bush Sprouts in Manhattanf, With curiosity I next opened to the business section of our H illlzouse Alumni Wlzatis Wlzat, which incidentally was compiled through the combined efforts of Robert Laffin and Joyce Loftus. There I noticed that Richard Feldman is vice- president of a huge machinery manufacturing plant. while Burton Racow and Alvin Evans are co-owners of one of New I-Iaven's largest haberdashery stores. At the "High Hat Clubv, one of the town,s swankiest night clubs. we see the proprietor, joseph Singleton, busily going over the arrangements for a new floor show with his publicity manager, Vincent Matriciano. Currently featured at the "High Hat' Clubi' is a band made up in its entirety of Hillhouse '44 graduates. The "Trenner Troubadoursf' as they are known., consists of Don Trenner, Ierry Zitser, john Calluzzi, Harold Rohinsky, Seymour Berger, Donald Cone, Shep Greenberg, and Anthony Ferro. The aggregation boasts as its vocalists Elise Kligerman and the slightly haggard Frank Sinatra, who, although not a member of any Hillhouse graduating class, certainly ruined a lot of dates for oiu' boys when the "Hit Paradev was on the air. Today, Tom Casey, after several successful business attempts, is running a huge smoke shop on the corner of Church and Chapel. 68 He 1S noted fox l11s complete hue of 11ewspape1s and PG1lOdlC11lS XVl11Ch fue suppl1ed to l111n by tl1e news 1ge11cy 1n'111aged by joseph MacLo11111c a11d Ob1e Davls These boys always d1d have good 1deas Wllell It cfune to lJLlS1l1CSS especmlly on the BUSIHGSS Bosud of the Sentmel What of the athletes 111 ou1 class? In the football sect1o11 I found tl1 It the Sweeney boys C0111 ad and A1t l1ave coacl11ng '1ppo1nt1ne11ts at a 1n1ddle weste1n u111ve1 s1ty wl11le G1 ant Be1ge1 and Bob B2-11011 have letllllled to ou1 old Ahna M'11nn1y whele they SUPCIVISG tl1e phys1c1l CdlIC3.t1OI1 P10g1'1H1 B1g 1111116 Goldbe1g has been voted tl1e 111ost valu1ble pl1ye1 111 tl1e An1e11cf111 League '1fte1 only two yefns WV1lIl1 the Yankees joe AIIHIHO l11s 1ece11tly set 1 new t1ack 1eco1d fo1 tl1e c1oss C0l1I1t1y 11111 and 1f you eve1 l1611 BT61111011 ot those g1e1t hockey sta1s tl1e Toec1ps youll know that they ue 11one otl1e1 than john S1n1pso11 R1y Ptucell j1ck hnglel1a1t 1nd lack G1111t Lenny Ze1de11 bel g IS tl1e ace SpO1tS con1111c11t1to1 of the day hf1v1ng PIOX ed l11s c1p1b1l1t1es 1n tl1e f1eld as tl1e 1944 spo1ts ed1to1 at II1ll11ouse lhe wo1ld of SpO1tS 111s clauned 1 goodly 11u1nbe1 ot 0111 f1l1G athletes and they 'ue do111g us p1Ol.ld The f1elds of a1t 111us1c GClL1C11t10I1 and 1el1g1on have gzuned COll91Cl61'1bly f1o1n tl1e ablhty of tl1e Class of 1944 IIe1be1't 1121111111111 IS p1OfGSSO1 of Enghsh L1te1 111116 at tl1e U111ve1s1ty ot Mfune 1nd Nonnan She1111tz 1S 1 p1otesso1 of Ameucan l'I1StO1y at Yale Ret1un111g to H1lll1OllS6 we f111d that Vu guna Wllllll 1S 11ow head of tl1e 1-lO161g11 Lmguage Depa1t1ne11t 111 Wl11Cl'1 sl1e IS capablv '1ss1sted by Mfuy Ebba Ingholt Rece11tly feattued 111 tl1e Pubhc Llbl lly IS '111 'ut d1splay excellently plOClllCCCl by Edwfud VValla11t Bfubam Hendler Iuhus Sze111'111czky Allltl Doft and Paul M111 1 Also 1n tl1e mnk ot conten1po1a1y l1t1StS a1e Gauett POW1l1Hg and Ennle VCStL1t1 wl1o l1ave 1ece11tly co111pleted ft novel 111 PICUIISS of 1node1n hfe 1n AIHGIICQ Sl111ley Stone h'1v111g 1ece1ved l1e1 D D deglee has become a g1eat souxce ot 111sp11at1o11 to ou1 CO1'l111'lllIl1tV To the COI1CC1t stage we have g1V611 Rosalyn Caplov1tz the p1an1st wl1o 1ece11tly made he1 debut lt CHI116g16 Hall AI1Otll81 accon1pl1sl1ed 44 111e111be1 1S Mdlgdlet Daley 11ow s111g111g the lead xole 111 '1 long 11111 1T1l1S1C2ll comedy 011 Bloadway The 'lCt111g p1ofess1o11 has 11abbed Plnhp I-Ie111y Ald11Cl1 Swfun and Cl1a1 lotte T llllllill Bf111khef1d F1Sl1I'1'12lI1 1ece11tly teatu1 ed 1n tl1e new pl 1y w11tte11 by Jack Vvllllllll Suoyan Russell Wlth the stlge sett111ff deslgned by GlO11"l T 1 3 phVe stand well 1ep1ese11ted 111 tl1e p1 ofess1o11s of 1TlCCl1C1l'l6 and law NOIIDTI1 R1shb1 has est1bl1shed bnnsell IS a t111ly gre1t neulo Sl11gCO11 111 tl1e Mayo Chn1c We fllld many of 0111 guls ve1y l'I'll1Cl'1 OCCL1p1CCl 111 c'u1y111g 011 111ost c'1pably tl1e11 noble Cl.llt1GS 111 1'1l,11S111g Among tl1en1 '11e Elfune a11d R1ta Leven thal Pauhne Welensky MH1gl1611t6 Yulo BC"lt11C6 A1otsl1y and JOSGPTIIHG Damutz F1a11kl1n Peters whose o1ato11c1l '1b1hty was 1ecof11117ed wl1e11 l1e was st1l1 at N H I-I S IS 11ow the D1St11Ct Atto111ey T01 New Haven County Malco1n ROSeI1l.l11l has bee11 p1ocla1111ed o11e of tl1e hnest attomeys 111 ou1 Clty 1fte1 successfully C3.L1S1Hg the co11v1ct1o11 ot tl1e 1Df'1I'l10L1S 13615011 wl1o p1lfe1ed Room if 114 f1OI1'1 tl1e seco11d floo1 Ill H1lll10llSG As I fllltllel smveyed tl1e Hzllhouse Alumnz Wl1ats W'l1c1t 1 came 1113011 Olll tolemost englneels c1v1l C,l1ClTl1Cal and othe1w1se A few of them ue Leah Bfuach Tho1n IS Flynn Geo1ge Sf1nde1so11 and R1Cl1"l1Cl II 1ssel111 111 B6fO1G n1e also we1e tl1e 11'1n1es of 44 21111111111 wl1o h we W011 l10l101S 111 the se1v1ce of tl1e11 C0llI1t1y Ronald B1e11n111 1S 11ow a L16lltC11'l11t C01111T1111ClC1 w1tl1 tl1e 'hash m'11ks 1nou11t111g w1tl1 u1111valed 1'1p1d1ty Ot COll1S6 tl1ose V 19 61S of ou1s found then places AdH111dlS F1ecl Goldne1 Lou1s Basel and M1Cl1a6l Loukldes fue now of the el1te b1f1ss hat sect1o11 of Waslnngton 1 see that tl1e Almys 116W tangled 1dea of havlng a bug 111 fO1CC has clanned tl1e 1b1ht1es of M1101 Robelt Rllblll wl1o hc 1ds an 1ll I11ll.l'lO1.lSG f1ghte1 squad1o11 Wltll tl1e lead plane belllg that P 51 wc bought back 111 44 Yes 44 w1s 1 g1e'1t cl1ss Doubtless tl1e pages of 1ny books would have 1eve'1led otl1e1 fa1111h'11 nfnnes b11t I had 1CV1VGd enough 111e111o11es fO1 one mght so as I felt 1ny eyes g1OVV l1eavy 1 let mysclt wander back tlnough tl1e busthng CO1l1d01S ot H1lll1OllSL as I dozed oft to sleep A1l1Old L B1lgOl6 69 - . . . i . l Q. . . . . . 1 , . 1 ' ' 1. 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' . 1 , ,1 ' 1' 1 . w t . . 1 . , ,, 4 v Q I QQ . . 1 I v ' A 1 0 I s 1 af ' C cl ' , 2 4 , ' 1 1 ' , 1 1 ' T1 1 . Q 4 Q , Q 4 Q . J : C f ' ' , ' .. ' 1 ' 1 2 ', 4 . :Q . . .. . . . - . 1 1 c 1 . , " ..a . . . -. 7 C , . 1 . as Q 1, - - 1 . g 1 . .. ' s 41 sp . . . .Q C l . .. . -' ' ., 1 1 1 C ' ' , A1 1' 1 " ' I 1 ' , . . 1 1 - , J ' 1 1 1 . 1 . . , . , . f , 1. 1 1 1 . 1 . L . . , L . C , C . I . , . . . .1 1 1' - f- 9 . - . - .. . J f , . Rose ALICE ABATO 87 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 31: Tri-Y 12, 8, 415 York Square Players 141: German Club 141: Archery Team 141. Future: College. EsTAmE ABRAMOVITZ 36 Stanley Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Jewish Hi-Y 131: Archery Toumnment 131: President of Jewish Hi-Y 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming. LOUISE ACETO :In E A "Lou" 183 Colony Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Tennis 121: World Aifairs Club 12, 31: Bowling 12, 31: Archery 12, 31: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Dancing and photog- raphy. Dorus ELIZABETH AHERN 212 Maple Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1908. Ac- tivities: Orchestra 121: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Tennis Tournament 131: Ping Pong Tournament 13, 415 York Square Players 13, 41: French Club 141: Junior Red Cross Council 1415 Swimming Team 141. Future: Con- necticut College for Women. Hobby: Sports and music. Lois MAR1LYN ALDEHMAN II E II 59 College Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Activities: Bowling 12, 3, 41: Archery 12, 3, 41: York Square Players 13, 415 Inter- sorority Council 13, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Knit- ting. BEATRICE ANN ALLING ccBean 279 Highland Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 141. Fu- ture: Army Nurse Cadet. I-lobby: Swimming. ANITA BEIINICE ALPERT 181 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: French Club 121: Motion Picture Club 12, 3, 41. Fu- ture: Business. Hobby: Reading and movies. HELEN MARIE AIVIARANTE S04 Newball Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves 12, 3, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. IEANNE LYCETTE ANDERSON 222 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club 121: Latin Club 1215 Red Cross War Knitting Club 121: Chorus 12, 3, 41: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 131: York Square Players 141: Swimming Team 141: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 141. Future: Bates College. Hobby: Swim- ming and dress designing. PEARL JEANNETTE ANDERSON KID E ..AndU,, Maple Avenue, North Haven. En- tered from Fair Hnven. Activities: Tri-Y 121. Future: Business Col ge. Hobby: Roller skatin 1 WM! PATRICIA CLARE from 1912 A t1v1t1es Soft B111 U71 zeld I-I ckey 0 3 41 junxor Ex e Board C3-1., owlmg C3 41 mor E :be Bo C41 Prom In ee C 1 Iture INLITSIII1, Ho my Du 4:3 g BEATHICE JOYCE AROTSKY Bebe 137 Hzllsule Avenue Entered from Farr Haven ACt1V1tlGS Itwxsh III 1 C3 41 York Squnre Players C41 Future Grace Hospxtal Hobby Swrmmmg EVELYN CATHERINE ASMUS Eoe 63 Bufasett Street Entered from Future Hmrdressxng Hobby Swnn mmg and pnno playlng ANNLTTE H1:L1:N1: BACHIXIAN op tered ro rou Actxv t1 otnon Pxc ture Cliff 024Q!t1"uture Nursmg Hobby C llectxng prcture post cfnrds LUCILLI: LOIS BACKER qu 'C fp Cze 1537 Boulevn-d Entered from Troup Actxvxtles York Square Phyers 13 41 Spanlsh Club Q41 1" nture College R PEGGY MARY BAILEY Gypsy 144 Peck Street Entered from Farr Haven Actwmtres Bowlmg Foumfnnent C21 York Square Players C3 41 Future College Hobby bwunmmg NTOINETTE LENA BALDINO Tom 127 Chy Street Entered from Tan- Haven Actxvltxes Italxan Club C21 Chorus C3 41 Future Hmrdressmg Hobby Dwnemg Mrxnjomr ANN BALDWIN M G1 gze 464 Wlmlley Avenue Entered from Troup ACflVlt1G9 Orchestra C2 3 41 Chorus C2 3 41 Chess Club K41 Future College Hobby Dancmg 'Ind horseback rlclmg LEAII KIJAN BARACII Lee 239 Poplar Street Entered from F'ur H wen 1"'1tlIer Hxllhouse 1916 Actxvmes XYZ Club C91 Movle Club Q21 Trench Club C21 I'rIY f21 Swnnmmg Te'1.m K2 3 41 Sentmel Exclrmge C3 41 York Square Players C8 41 Cbennstry Club Q41 Future College Hobby Readmg md sl-cetclung MAIIY MADELINE BARNABEI 113 E A Barney S94 Peck Street Entered from Farr Haven Actwmes Itlh In Club C2 31 Semor Executwe Board 141 I'u ture Nursmg Hobby Ice skfxtmg ,QI i . mum. K 71, v ' me M ' H me 5 .1 E H ' R 'E H B I , W , c B A HBE ees ff H , H ' ss . c- ... H . - : g . ... g . ... . . , ' , Q - E . . ,. H! l 7 " , , . ' . L 5 L . . 9 7 1 ' ' '4 3 4 '. . . M ' T' ' . 3 - Itt Luth : T Y. ,tr H SSB 'E gg ' e H E . . ra A . . rf v I .1 A.,, . . H we . - E- . N -H M - I . ' B . up - 4. - . 2: A.-, K Q l V: S 1 5 I E V . , -. . . . . H , - H 1 4 KK ' o ,I cc ax ' H Bassett. Aotrvxtxesz Blology Club 121. H ' H. 1, I v 4 v : 9 - - . n . .5 . H H Ie sr-X , U D QM J' 1 1 1 , , , . , . 7 J A K 1 . 4. : ' . V. , ' ms . .. l ' I 8 . E .. . , , H , , f . .- H 5 . 5 - . 1 ' . ee Q 2 5 f Y , 3 - ess:-X U . ,, l : ' ' . . H ' 1 v . 2 , ' 1 V 5 -' . .,.. I ' . E . H S8 Bt! K H . . . 4-1 rf . ln B ff U H 2 . ., . ' . : lm . ': 1 I , I - . , '. . ' ' 4 - - I , . , - - ' : , ' : .' . : ' . . .fy H X -his MARY PATRICIA BARRETT 131 Scranton Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. RITA ANNE BARRETT csneeax ' 131 Scranton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Ice skating. SELMA BARRON rcs elv 872 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Motion Pic- ture Club 121. Future: United States Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Collect- ing snapshots of friends in service. MARY IARVIS BATEMAN K M 2 ccjaroiv 1563 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Rifle Club 121: Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 41: Swim- ming Team 12, 3, 41: Volley Ball Team 12, 31: Basketball Team 13, 41: York Square Players 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports and drawing. JANET FLORENCE BATES 17 Tilton Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Roller skating. Z5 1" x I NIARLYNN JEAN BATTER ..Lynn,, 65 Marlin Drive. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1920. Ac- tivities: Motion Picture Club 121. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps at Syra- cuse University. Hobby: Collecting newspaper headlines. NIARY-IAYNE ELIZABETH BENCE KID A E 41 Vista Road, North Haven. En- tered from Centerville Grammar School. Activities: Riiie Club 1115 Treasurer of Dramatic Club 1213 York Square Players 13, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. ELIZABETH JEAN BENSON K M E GBQHUD 480 Lombard Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Vice President of Knitting Club 1214 Chorus 12, 3, 41: Archery 131. Future: Business College. Hobby: Dancing and swim- ming. CAROL VIRGINIA BERNIE "Bernsy,' 51 Pope Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Future: United States Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Roller skating and dancing. DOROT Y AIJA BERNSTEIN U Q ev 1 u evard. ' nter from u Activities: Re , itting 121: Nlotion Pi t Club 121. Future: Nu ing. by: Reading and knitting. a V! .- RITA FRANCES BETHRE 'l 78 Shepard Street Entered from Bwssett ACtlV1tl69 Archery Q31 Fu ture Nurslng Hobby Dfmcmg 'md skqtmg LAURA BEVILACQUA 434 Columbus Avenue Entered from Truman Actrvrtres SAB 115 Future Busmess Hobby Ilorsebick riding MARIE ELIZABETH B1AsE 52 Gxrmrd Avenue Entered from Fmr H'1ven Actrvltxes Rrfle Club C2 Chorus Q2 3 45 Future Nurse Hobby Dfmcmg 'md roller sltatmg JEAN CAROLYN BILLIN 513 Central Avenue Lntered from Sherrdan Actrvxtres Brology Club Gleam Art Board fo SJ Tu ture Cadet Nurse Corps ELSIE JEAN BLEVIN9 qu A Beave1 49 Glen Road Entered from Sher1d'm Future Business Hobby Ice skatmg 'md dnncmg JIM .xt E Ml -K Lois BOLTON 48 Sheldon Terr'1ce Entered from Bassett Future Occupfxtronql Ther 'rpy nt Columbm Unrversrty Hobby Bonlxng 'md tennrs 1: IIANNAH BONIGREIN Wwe 450gdlc-town Avenue Entered from Fur Hlven Future Busmess Hobby Slntmg 'md duncmg JPAN BONALDO R1 kydznks 197 St John St Entered from Columbus 1' uture Busmess Hobby Bowlmg MARY BONTLIVIPO Riu, Brook Road Vloodbrrclge Entered from Wooclbrrdge Center School Fuhrre Dressmaker Left before grxduatron Innm: Bouzoucos Rene 131 Dmwell Avenue Entered from Troup Future College Hobby Swrmmmg fmd horseback rrdmg CAROL RUTH Boron :In 2 Sea Hill Road, North Branford. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1924. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Rifle Club 12, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Reading. HENRIETTA JOSEPHINE Bnecrzn u1LI8711'i8,, 70 Anita Street. Entered from Newtown High School. Future: Aviation. Hobby: Reading. 'Q -J ' GRACE El.IZABE'fH BBEMNER "Gracie" 128 Hillside Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Social Service Work. Hobby: Collecting records. HARRIET BRENNER H E 11 336 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Father: I-Iillhouse 1907. Activities: "Sentinel" Business Board 12, 3, 41: Victory Corps 131: Choms 1415 Secretary of World Affairs Club 141. Future: University of Connecti- cut. Hobby: Music. REVA ESTELLE BRENINEE N KBGUGH J J Q 'K 18 Ellswoglii Aven-Me. Entered from ctiv : Motion Pic- ture Club 121. Futi e: Dental Hy- gienist. Hobby: Writing letters. as L I :Yi if -Wow' -ar"" 5 f. . , .. ,g1,..'!" BITA EVELYN BRENNER alien 53 Pearl Street. Entered from Lovell. Father: Hillhousc 1918. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club 111g Basket- ball Team 111: Bowling 12, 3, 415 State Bowling Toumaiment 131. Fu- ture: Business. I-lobby: Bowling. WENDYLLA BRIGGS "Wendy" 1400 VVhitney Avenue, Hnmden. Entered from Rosarian Academy. Activities: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Retum to England. THELBIA BROCHIN "Titel" 380 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: World Affairs Club 121: Treasurer of World Affairs Club 131: York Square Players 13, 41: President of WVorld Affairs Club 141: Spanish Club 141: Class Gift Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing and reading. JACQUELINE Louise Bnomf 417 K A "Jackie, 123 Osborn Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillliouse 1909. Activities: Vice President of Motion Picture Club 1213 "Gleam" Edi- torial Board 18, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Radio. EDIT!! Ioy Bnooxs "Sport" 75 WVebster Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Captain of Girls, Basketball Team 141. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Sports and music. Bessie ALBERTA BROXVN "Balm" 74 Park Street. Entered from Bas- sett. Activities: Latin Club 121. Fu- ture: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Bicycle riding and dancing. ELEANOR I'lILDA BROXVN "HilcIy" 32 Irving Street. Entered from Sherxdan Activitrcs World AHHIIS Club 121 Table Tennis Tournlment 19 31 Jewish II: Y 131 Vice Pres: dent of Jewish II1Y 141 Future College Hobby Photogrfrphy art md music CHRISTINE GERTRUDE BRUNDAGE Cluzs 35 Howard Avenue Entered from St Peters Activities Dramatic Club 121 First prize winner rn Fire Pre VLHYIOII Contest 121 Future Cndet Nurse Corps Hobby Swimmmg 'Ind dancing JEAN BUCHANAN B T Bndze 92 Linden Street Entered from Sheridan ACtlVltlES WVorld Affairs Club 121 French Club 121 Archery Toumament 191 Red Cross Pro duction Club 121 Chorus 19 3 41 Swimming 'Team 10 31 Red Cross Council 131 Junior Executive Board 131 Girls Sports Council 13 Senior Eucutxve Bowrd 141 Class Gift Committee 141 Vice President of Red Cross Council 141 Future Connectrout College for YVomen Hobby Horselnclt riding Lwicr MARTHA Buck lin 143 West Rock Avenue Entered from Sher1d'xn Future Undecxded Hobby knitting K? duff, f" 'B' -at 6 Jef YFHBSL J :Cut 75 IRENE BUGIANI "Bugi', 257 West Carlisle Strcct. Entered from Truman. Activities: Bowling 1114 Basketball 111. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Movies and reading good books. MARY THERESA BURLAND K M E Mar 373 Aldon Avenue Entered from Slit ndan Father Hlllhouse 1915 Actrvitles Ax chery 1 31 Archery Tournament 131 Future George town University Hospital Y :Ii 2 Bobby 290 Peek Street Entered from F'ur Hlven ACUVlflCS Chorus 121 Lfmtm Club 121 'sentmel Busl ness Boird 19 3 41 Secretary of Tri Y 12 S 41 Frrst prive wrnner m ENS prwe EX'llTllllZ1tlOll 131 Class Motto Committee 141 Future Nursmg Hobby Drawing ELIZABLTH ANN BUTLER Betty 297 Sherman Avenue Entered from Troup Actxvrtres Chorus 13 41 York Squfxre Players 141 Fu ture College or Dramatic School Hobby Reading plws and desrgnmg KATHRYN ANN CAIMPUTARO 11: Q9 Kaye 7 Arch Street Entered from Truman Actrvities Bowhng 121 Chorus 13 41 Future Stenographer . . . . . A ff . 9 4 r . '. a L 0 "" 3 A ' 5 ' ' 2 ' . , 4 : ' . . .z . g . ' : . , v , 2 - z . - - , . v . . . . . . RB . . ff .. ,, ,, ,, ' ' .4 ' s . .. .. . . 1 , z 9 . ' ', , ' ' 4 ' Q - . 44 1 - n - . - , ,X . , . - ' - -' - 3 - " 2 .L s V 1 .., , 3 . ' . . , . - t . r 1 - , , 5 .- - -if ' ' ' . . . ' . . ' ' 5 . . 1 '. ' . ' : 1' . A ., 2 4' , : ' , 4 . ff . v ' A 4 1 . .. . G v 4 4 ' . K -I 9 X N I' . t . ' s - -, , : . . . ' . .., , . h . I . . 3 1 . - , A 1, I . , . . '. 1 1 3 . . . f . ' : " l..- x. 1, 1 v 1 ,N - , - ' - - - ' , , fefqi Hobby: Dancing. - reg. ' -1 - h pit, S .ugf V .r,,..L:L- -. V W, K . V ' -.LMP !YtT'5'1:ze,f 1-'-W - I A . , ,, T- ROSALYN CAPLOVITZ c:R0z:, 84 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Orchestra f2, 3, 4Jg pianist for Chorus C2, 8, 4Jg German Club f4J. Future: Yale School of Music. Hobby: Singing. MADELYN CARAFANO r:MaCa, 84 Cedar Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Chorus fl, 2, 313 Archery QS, 4j. Future: Navy Nurse. Hobby: Dancing. MARIE GERTRUDE CAREY "Ca1':'ie', G5 Florence Avenue. Entered from East Haven High School. Future: Navy Nurse. Hobby: Dancing, movies and books. MAIXION CARNEY "Cam" 119 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.B. 125: World Alfairs Club f4Jg Girl He- serves f4Dg York Square Players UD. Future: Law School. Hobby: Travel- ing and dancing. ELINOR MARILYN CARPENTER rcElien 92 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling C255 Homeroom representative for Red Cross MQ. Future: Secretarial work. Hobby: Swimming and bowling. 4. Q- 3 L - . I fi , l 1 ' . AK.-.1-...::.' mf . pw .K E11 . ANNETTE IOSEPHINE CARRANO 163 Greene Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Production Club IBD. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Music. PAULINE LEONA CARTER "Pauly 48 Palmicri Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 3, 41g Motion Picture Club C223 York Square Players CSD. Future: College. Hobby: Reading and sports. MARIE CAEIVIEL N CATUOGN ' ee s' N o on Strc . ' n r f rom Activities: ri-Y Q 1, 31: Club C 1, 25 nter-Club Council fl, 213 T . er of Tri-Y f2Jg First prize winner in Biology examination f2Dg Bowling IBM Third prize winner in English ex- amination C3Jg second prize winner in Italian examination C313 York Square Players 137. Future: Medi- cine. Hobhy: Drawing and music. NIAIKY RITA CELENTANO .rMa1,,, 9 Humphrey Square. Entered from Hamilton. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling. ANGELINA CAIKMELLA CERVO 102 NVard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Biology Club C254 Girl Reserves C3, 43. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Reading. PHILOIKIENA JOSEPHINE CERVO "Phyllis" 207 Franklin Street. Entered from Hamilton. Activities: Italian Club 121. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Dancing and popular music. CHARLOTTE KAPPLONV CHALKEN "Pee Wee" 408 Norton Parkway. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ' KATHli2RINE CHALTAS V' . , I' ' Kaeeyn 44" 41 Hobart Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 131: "Gleam" Editorial Board 141. Fu- ture: Connecticut College for YVOIHCH. Hobby: Collecting charms. ETHEL iV1ARY CHAOSKY "Eteh" 182 North Front Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: XYZ Club 121: French Club 12, 41: Tri- Y 121: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Treasurer of Tri-Y 18, 41: York Square Players 13, 41: "Sentinel" Business Board 13, 41: "Elm Tree" 141. Future: College. I-lobby: Sports. Srnnmn. M AX C1n:RN1ca Shir 97 Farren Avenue Entered from Fair Haven Activities Latin Club 121 Biology Club 121 Spanish Club 141 Future College Hobby Books -md archery fmgcf :Ig-ws ,L fr, d M :gf 1fif':f7's l X ss ev 4 - ss : f rv 6 K 1L.x, f SWE :kim if' ff: F V 7 1 v V - I In . ff . ls, 'j E In ..E. WW , . . A , . C I ... Z K. ,Wu 37 z 1 ' 4 Q ' . .,., F' . - ' A 1 , -: , : .-3,117.2 r - - . A, 63, . . . . ":f:1:5lgflN 1 - um-2-A 5 ' :ggi .inf-1 P' 111 Fists -51.31 :fl 'ini . .-gn: 14231-:X '.'.-ry:g::- -,ju-A :.,.- rr -nw, lg,--as ,. in A fu. L. A 1 77 'M is ' if 1' as iA'X!?"" if JANE CHOLAWA "Girlie" 181 Greene Street. Entered from St. Stanislaus. Activities: Prom Com- mittee 141. Future: Para-nurse. Hobby: Dancing and reading. FLORENCE BARBARA CIOLA CCFZOW Derb Milfo ad. Huge. En- tered fggm ra 1 egger School. Activiti '- rize 121: Class Day C0 ' ee 141. Future: State Teachers College. I-lobby: Swimming. IACQUELINE AINIELIA CLARE E A "Jackie" 206 Hamilton Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Secretary-Treas- urer of Latin Club 121: Girl Re- serves 13, 41. Future: Nursing or business school. Hobby: Reading and sports. SANDRA CLARK A A "Yu-mi' Race Brook Road, VVoodhridge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School. Father: I-Iillhouse 1922. Mother: Hillhouse 1922. Activities: Vice President of S.A.B. 111: Intra- City Council 11, 21: XYZ Club 121: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 31: Girls' Sports Council 131: Badmin- ton Tournament 131: Senior Ex- ecutive Board 141: Vice President of Class 141: Co-editor-in-chief of "Sentinel" 141. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis. ANNE ELIZABETH CLIFFORD K M E acliff, 157 Maple Street. Entered from Brockton, Massachusetts. Activities: Red Cross Club 121: Golf 121: York Square Players 131: Chorus 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Music and art. .f BIILICENT COADY "Millie, 623 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: College. Hobby: Roller skating. DOROTHY LINCOLN COCI-IRAN E C15 A E ..D0t,, 22 Tilton Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.B. 125: Sec- retary of "Elm Tree" Art Board 145. Future: College. Hobby: Art. BETTY ANNETTE COHEN 4cBetn 6 Acl Str . 4 'ee fum Truman. Activities: Motion Prcture prize examination ill gnglis First prize winnertiii B lciy exami natio,1f1j125: Certificate ol? meritfin Cofmnial Daughtergs Essay Coitest 1 r 1 eet Ent r tl ,r Club 115: Prize winner 1255, Biq10gY Qluli ,il25:,fV0l1egf B Team A!1f25,: ra , ' Plrenc, 3, 5: Tflble Tennis Touiln rent 12, 35: asketball Team 15233, 45: Chemistry Club 145. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports and Writing. BEVERLY TI-IELINIA COHEN aB env 66 Roydon Road. Entered from Troup, Activities: Motion Picture Club 125: German Club 145. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Collecting records. SI-LIRLEY Brion C0 "ShirZ,' 54 VVaverly treet. 4 Itered from Troup. ctixuti : 'tting Club 125: Table mis 1: : one 13, 49: Swim xi 1 . 1 145: "Elm Treei' Busin s rd 145. Future: Colby Junior lege. I-lobby: Horseback ridin GLORIA ETTA COHN 553 VVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Walton High School, Bronx, New York. Activities: Honorable mention in Biology Prize Examina- tion 125. Left school before gradua- tion. GLORIA ELLEN Como qu E A ffclmyv 86 Perkins Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 125: Tri-Y 125: Italian Club 12, 3, 45: "Sentinel,' Business Board 185: York Square Players.13, 45: Chorus 13, 45: Assistant Circulation Manager of "Sentinel" 145. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Dancing. PATRICIA ANN COLATOSTI CD E A ..Pat,, 140 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling Club 145: Girl Reserves 145: Italian Club 145. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. NANCY COLLERAN "Nan" 76 Lawrence Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling Team 125: Volley Ball Team 125: Girl Reserves 18, 45: Motion Pic- ture Club 13, 45: Chorus 13, 45: "Sentinel" Business Board 145: York Square Players 145. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Swimming and tennis. ITELEN SHIRLEY COLLLER 11: 2 121 Beacon Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Rifle Club 1 25. Future: Business School. Hobby: Sports. O -ff .. EUNrcE.M D C LTER ' Foxon Ro , or ranford. En- teibd r Fair aven. Activities: Cho 143. utnre: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming. JANE MARION COINISTOCK ajaniev Maple Avenue, Cheshire. Entered from Cheshire Grammar School. Ac- tivities: Rifle Club 113: Dramatic Club 123: York Square Players 13, 43: "Gleam" Editorial Board 143: Spanish Club 143. Future: College. Hobby: Dance music. 0 RIAN ELLA Coovnn "Mann 65 Lilac Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided, Hobby: Bowling. NIURIEL RENEE Coornn "Make" 187 Davenport Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Movie Club 133: Secretary of I-Hi-Y 133: Chorus 13, 43. Future: University of Con- necticut. Hobby: Fishing. ELENOBE COPPOLA ..EHy,. 57 YVilliam Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 11, 23: Tri-Y 133: Chorus 13, 43. Future: State Teachers College and stucly music at Columbia University. Hobby: Music and art. 3 . by . K - W nh V V Jac. , 1 a :fx Ve.fke?'qfQ, t ' gb is 1 M9LLY Rink? Corriomfl - fp, -it ,Marx J 3111551 wi 283 Hagnfiltoii Street. Entered from Hani-iltoi. Activities: Iunior Execu- tive Board 133. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming. ROSEMARIE MAHGOT CORBETT K M E .fB0,, 389 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1919. Mother: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Bowling 123: Chorus 133. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. NIARY THERESA COUGHLIN crMae:: 187 Clinton Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Bowling 113. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. IN 1 NITA COVEYDUCK C 3, Jerry 8 Farren Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Skating 133. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Roller skating. Rose N ATALIE CnEscENzI "Green 100 Oakley Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Senior Ex- ecutive Board 143. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Roller skating. MIIKIAINI ANN CHOSSMAN "Mini" 35 Buell Street, North Haven. Entered from Fair I-Iaven. Father: Hillhouse 1922. Activities: Third place winner in Bowling Toumament 121: First place winner in Bowling Tournament 131: Chorus 18, 415 Prom Committee 141: Rifle Club 141. Future: Music School. Hobby: Music. EVELYN MARY CURCIO us "S onny S6 Pearl Street. Entered from Lovell. Future: Larson Junior Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing and ice skat- ing. NES CUSANO rrMaCn 241 Davenport Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Knitting Club 1215 Chorus 12, 3, 415 Iunior Executive Board 1315 Italian Club 13, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports. 10515111-IINE Rosis CZEPIGA Kjos, 74 Mechanic Street. Entered from St. Stanislaus. Activities: XYZ Club 131: French Club 121: Tri-Y 13, 415 Motion Picture Club 13, 415 Chorus 13, 415 "Sentinel" Business Board 18, 415 York Square Players 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. HABHIET MAEANN DAHLMEYER "Harrie" 272 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Clionis 121g Vice President of junior Executive Board 1315 Junior Red Cross Council 131: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Playing piano. ,ro-59 f E -2- Ewa.: E .Af , . v gi. .ff N51 5 E . VIRGINIA ANNE DALY , ..Ginny,, 693 Russell Street. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Activities: Spanish Club 1415 Swimming Team 141: Volley Ball Team 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming. JOSEPHINE MARY DAMUTZ ff-Ion 81 Hemingway Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club 121g Field Hockey Team 12, 315 Girl Reserves 131: Fourth prize winner in Inter- sorority English Prize Examination. Future: St. Francis School of Nurs- ing. Hobby: Roller skating. NIARGARET NIARY DARCY ffpeggyv 220 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 41. Future: Music School. Hobby: Singing. HOHTENSE PARRISH DAVIS "Ha1'ty,, 710 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Howard University. Hobby: Art, riiie and archery. URSULA IDA DECEHBO uLee:, 169 Franklin Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 141. Future: NVhitney College. Hobby: Music. RAE Rrrx DE FRANCESCO Dee 228 Shelton Avenue Entered from Bmssett Actxvxtles I'1eIcl Hockey TSTID 121 World Aihlra Club 41 Chorus 12 3 41 Future St Josephs Hobby Dmcmg RosE DEL GUIDICE 25 Trumbull Street Entered from Columbus Future College GRACL IIHHL11 DELISE Lzttle one 88 Cxrmel Street Entered from St Mqrvs Actnvxtmes Soft B111 131 Chorus 13 41 Fleld Hockey 13 41 Future School of Muslc Hobby Smgmg 'md skotmg ILINUNIA CLARA DLLLA CAINILIXA Clme 214 Wmthrop Avenue Entered from Troup Actxvxtxes Intersoronty Counczl 13 41 Iumor Red Cross R6DI'CSBllt"lflV6 141 Future Undz. cxded Hobby Roller slr xtmg LOUISL MA1lG1XREF DELUCIA "Lulu" 180 Barley Street Entered from Falr Haven AC11Vltl8S Senior EY ecutrve Bo'1rd 141 Future Grnce Hospxtnl Hobby bmgmg 4 swear -meg" CENA DEL VECCI-no Shorty 167 Lufwyette Street Entered from Prmce Actxvltles Volley Ball 13 41 Buketball 141 jumor Red Crose 141 1"1eld Hockey 141 Future College Hobby Boutmg Encum DEMARTINO Ergfe 1557 State Street Entered from 1' 'ur H'1ven Actlvltxes Basketball Team 121 Il'1l1'1n Club 121 Table enum 121 Future Cadet Nurse Corps Hobby Dancmg and roller slr ltmg GLORIA ILAN DEMICHAEL Glory 36 Eld Street Entered from St Bomfmce Actxvxtles SAB 111 Red ross Club 121 Bxology Club 121 Sentmel Busmess Board 12 81 ClfLU11flOH m'unger of Sentmel llhlllfibb Bo'u'd 141 Future Busl ness Hobby Photography and bowl m MARIE DENEGRE De Ne 892 Townsend Avenue Entered from Columbus ACf1VltleS Tn Y 1 11 Volley Bill 121 Inter Club ouncxl of Trl Y 13 41 Socml Ch'nrm1n of Tn Y 131 Bowhng 181 Future College Hobby Play mg classxcal mums JANE RUTH DLNICE 95 Kunberly Avenue Entered from St 1'eter'a Future Nursmg Hobby Musnc C LEONORA KATHERINE DENIGIKIS CIP E A .:Lee,, 154 Blatchley Avenue. Entered from St. Louis. Future: Business College. I-Iobby: Dan cing. IOHANN DEROSE :flow 105 Downing Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 31. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Singing. ANN DESTEPHANO , "Scout" 554 East Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves 121. Future: University of Connecti- cut. Hobby: Music. PA'r1uc1A ANN DEWEES A A npatn 106 Oliver Road. Entered from Duluth Central High School. Future: Swarthmore College. Hobby: Col- lecting pins and records. LOUISE IEANNE DLANA ULOHU K . 161 West Rock Ave Ent c From Worthington Hookd 9 ties: Biology Club 121: D U tic Club 121: York Square layers 13, 41: Chorus 13, 41- mior Red Cross Counci Future: Nursing. Hobby s. Q ELEANO11 DIBIANCO NEV 95 Truman Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Business College. Hobby: Sports and music. gf org ' f' THERE Drilgomx D - fl c a 1 C ao ' gn S1 sterAS reet. ered from F. aven. cti iti . Choms 12, , 4 g Tri-Y 13, Motion Picture Ch 13, 4'1,f'1 entinelu Business B ' cl 141: ork Square Players 141. Future: ollege. Hobby: Sports. NAXNCY PATRICIA DLNAN "Nana 70 Girard Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: German Club 121: Bowling Tournament 121: Tri- Y 12, 31: Archery Tournament 12, 31. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MARY DIVITO "Maru 21 Court Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 11, 21: Dramatic Club 121: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Red Cross Representa- tive 141. Future: Business College. Hobby: Dancing and skating. IXACI-IEL MATHE Dix 14 NVinter Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Hairdresser. Left be- fore graduation. ANITA EsT1:LL1: Dorr Ann: 514 Elm Street Entered from Troup ACtlVltlLS Blology Club C21 French Club C21 Red Cross Knxttmg Club C21 Glenn Art Boxrd C2 31 Assoente Art Edltor of C'lc'un 641 Elm Tree Art Boxrcl Q41 Future Rhode Island School of De SILT! Hobby Drfxwmg mel ser-1p book colleetmg, NIARION Puoene Doom M P D Route 80 North Bl"1l'If0l'Ll Ln tered from 1"a1r Huven Mother Illll house 1914 Actlvltxes York Squflre Plwyers 13 41 Chess Club 141 Sp'unsh Club C41 Future College Hobby Stamp eolleetmg Pux LLIS LIARIL Do'r rom Ply 157 Columbus Avenue Entered from Sflcred He n't Future Nurslng Hobby Sports Joy L HLLEN D1u.cHsL1:n Beale lI45M1g St Entered from F Hxven ltlES Litm Club Q Bxology ub W1 York Squmre Players Q3 1 Future Hwrtford Hospltwl Hob y Bowluxg SI-ILHLEX MAY DUNLEAVY Donme 296 Edgewood Avenue Entered from Troup ALf1VlflCS Gxrl Reserves Q8 41 Senior Executlve Bo'xrd Q41 Future Business Hobby Smgmg G' MARIE RE Manga umphrey Street Entered fom Fur Haven Actxvxtles XYZ Clum U71 Chorus Q2 3 41 Mo tlonl 1' egwytsvuy HY 3 gm Busmess Board Q3 41 York Square Phyers C41 F ture College Hobby Sports C1:N1:v11:vE NIAHGARET DWYEH femme 568 Ormge Street Entered from Worthmgton Hooker Actlvxtxes TlC'lSllYGf of Trl Y Q11 Latm Club fl '71 XYZ Club C91 Dmmatlc Club Q91 French Club C3 41 Motmon Prcture Club K41 Future Albertus 11'1lgllllS College Hobby Nluslc RUTH EICIIENBAUINI cp 2 ci: Ruthze 140 Ward Street Entered from Troup Actlvltxes World Affairs Club Q21 York Square Pl'1yers C3 41 Chorus C3 41 Cemnn Club 141 Future C1det Nurse Corps Hobby Dinemg PHxLLIs ELDHICH F ap 85 Gxlbert Avenue Entered from Troup Actxvxhes Motxon Pxcture Club U71 French Club 191 Archery Q91 Rifle Club Q41 Spamsh Club Q41 Future College Hobby Sports ELEANOH Loulsrz EM1:RsoN G69 Perry Street Entered from Fur Hwen Aetrvrtxes Chorus Future Sxnger Left school before l,I"'lCll'l ltxon HELEN JEAN ENGSTHOINI 21 Leila Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business. Hobby: Skating and knitting. EVELYN M1NN,x ERICSON mi: 2 "Esther" 996 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business College. AGNES ANN FALCIGNO qi Q rcAg:: 31 Lyon Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 41g Dramatic Club 1214 York Square Players 13, 41: Italian Club 13, 41: Prom Committee 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Dancing. EVA ANN F c Ar. 1cNo MEM., 68 Wallace Street. Entered from Commercial. Future: Nursing. I-lobby: Dancing. LUCILLE AUDREY FALCONE fb E A "FiFi" 1304 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Putnam Catholic Academy. Activities: Baseball 121: Basketball 121: Girl Reserves 121: Field Hockey 12, 3, 413 Tennis 131. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Reading and books. :hr 'v is 5 igaosxrr ' ' 'Mmm' ..-sm v 33 s 4 DF , , 1 , . 1 'UT .... 1 ti . 4 1 H' ' wi v" -WE i ag E fliik ,gif Y., .E .f - . . 4 sag. : 3 . 84 ' fs - . 4 . 1' ' i E .4 ,. ,V ..,.. 1 E4 gg p:fff,1,: s-ff2g...5ss.g az ,aa-r ,jiije , gl wi? '4. 5' if ,E ' g A - "s 1 . . . .X ' ,, . ew I 17, C 'T j . . ' it l l . . qsi I- Ms file? , 4 . - ... f .far if ss: 1,25 1235175 5. f xi er h f -.gyefzg-L3 ' -r .gn ' -W. "ff" ' 2 55 : il r L. V - it E M t: BK . , " . 6. PATRICIA Ivlrxm' FALLON CD P "Pat" 947 Elm Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: WVorld Affairs Club 121: Vice President of Rille Club 1215 "Sentinel" Editorial Board 1315 York Square Players 1315 Thomas F. Taylor Prize in German II 1315 Assistant Editor of "SentineV' 141: Class Day Com- mittee 141. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Collecting records. REGINA JOYCE FELDBIAN' ffjoyv 34 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling. JUSTINE SUZANNE FENWICK "lusty" 83 Chatham Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Chorus 141: Pep Club 141. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Roller skating. .. - 1- ,' 1 0' CLARE l1'lAIllE Fniun "Clan 99 Truman Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing and singing. Rrrix CvLOIllA FESTA "Rhea', 914 Congress Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 1213 Junior Executive Board 131. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and sports. GENEVIEVE ALICE FIENGO .Veany 129 Saltoustall Avenue. Entered from Milford High School. Activities: Chorus 11, 2, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Horseback riding and read- lllg. DAIHIIELL MEIIRITT FINKLE "D1 re" 48 Thirc e - ' red from St. Lawrence' . u ire: Nursing. I-lobby: Swi 1 . GENEVIEVE GRACE FIonE "Ginger,' 6 Court Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Girl Reserves 11, 21: Italian Club 11, 21: Dra- matic Club 121. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. CHARLOTTE GERTRUDE FISHNIAN ll E H "S lmrlyv 11 Colony Road. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 121: World Affairs Club 1215 "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 18, 415 York Square Players 18, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Dramatics. ELAINE MURIEL FITCH K M 2 'Titchiev 41 Richmond Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Rifle Club 121: Swimming Team 12, 3, 415 Chorus 12, 3, 41: Motion Picture Club 131: Spanish Club 1415 Rcd Cross Council Representative 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. 5 , w 1' T K0 2 K , K . ,3 A '?..' .l ik 3, .V.. , W , " "L 1 Q xo. ,J me ' w X fu? 'S 'iw' 5:5 ,Z , X tv if rfl. . 4 iv L. 'gi K 15. 965 ll ll HELEN ALICE FITTER I "Lynne" 46 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair 1-Iaven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Playing the piano. CAROL LoIs FLEISCIINEI1 112211, 449 Norton Parkway. Entered from Troup. Activities: York Square Players 131: Radio Production 131: "Glenna" Editorial Board 131: Vol- ley Ball Team 1313 Girls' Sports Council 131: Archery Team 141: Assistant Editor of "Gleam" 141:- Girls' Sports Council 141. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis and horse- back riding. REGHSIA CLAHIE FLYNN "Jeanne" 108 Lawrence Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. NIARY ELINQH FOLEY nBetsy,, 201 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: State Teachers College. Hobby: Bowling. IANET NELLIE Fone A A Seymour Road, Woodbridge. En- tered froin Woodbridge Center School. Activities: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 1315 Tnble Tennis 141: Swimming Team 141: Rifle Club 141: Girls' Sports Editor on "Senti- nel" 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. EVELYN MARIE FORGIONE "Babe" 74 West Prospect Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. Lois ANN FORTUNE 43 Ramsdell Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Rifle Club C21g Class Gift Committee 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and skat- mg. LAUREL ANNE Fox H E II "Laurie" 146 Goffe Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1915. Activities: Biology Club 121: Red Cross Production Group 131: York Square Players 13, 41: Archery Team C414 Spanish Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Tap dancing. ELEANOR ROSALIE FBANCO NE nys SS Lyon Street. Entered from I-lamilton. Father: Hillhouse 1909. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling. ANNA RAE FRAULO ffpipv 54 Wooster Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Junior Execu- tive Board C31: Exchange Board of "Sentinel" C315 English prize f31: Bowling Club 13, 41: "Sentinel" f41. Future: Medicine. Hobby: Writing, and reading. -n. was .HQ N1 .5 .mfr : ,smu- 5+ 1 FE: , . !""'TM QQ 'Q 2. I ses! ,ev-7 ff BEVERLY ABIELIA FREEMAN KBQIUH 166 Henry Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Hairdresser. Hobby: Dancing, sewing and sports. ROSETTA IEMA FREEINIAN ..R0U,, 212 Hamilton Street. Entered from Troup. Future: School of Hairdress- ing. Hobby: Dancing and bowling. Left school before graduation. MAEIAN ELAINE FURNALD "BucZflie" 244 Lexington Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Knitting. VHIGINIA MARY FUsco "Gin nyn 35 County Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Dancing. JUNE PEGGY-ANN CAETANO 111 GD "F1"u.itJGates" 249 james Street. Entered from Fair Haven, Activities: Italian Club 12, 315 Chorus QS, 41: York Square Players 13, 41. Future: New York Interior Decorating School. Hobby: Ice skating, eating ice cream and interior decorating. Muna GALLOGLY 35 Pflrdee Plftce Entered from Shendnn Actnxtxes Spfmmb Club 14, Future Busmess Hobby Skrt rn GLADYS ESTHER GANDELINIAN Geefy 926 Edgewood Avenue Entered from Troup Actxvrtxuq Table Tenure Tournrment 13, Archery Tourrm ment 13, Treasurer of Iewlsb 1I1Y 14, Future Loborutnry Teeluu cmn Hobby Mumc CH1:ssn: ANN GAvrnN 69 Westerlexgb Rofxd Entered from Techmcal Hxgb School Scrfm ton Perm Future Nursmg, Hobby Musxe BETTY LOU GEENTX Bets 319 Fount un Street Entered from Sher1d"m Actn mes Chorus 12 3, French Club 13 4, on tlnel Eclxtorml Bolrd 13, Elm Tree Eil1t0Il3l Board 14, Compe tztzon Edxtor of Sentxnel 14, lu ture Umversxty of C0l1llCLtlCl1t Hobby Journalism Avnn. MARY GLTCIILLL Honey 1965 Clmpel Street Entered from Sherxclnn Actxvxtxes World Aff-ms Club 19, York Squ'1re Players 14, Future Undecided Hobbv Poetry -eg-' SERV ATHRYN AGNES GETCHELL Kay 1965 Clnpel Street Entered from Shencl m Actxvxhes French Club 13 4, Motion Pteture Club 14, uture Undecxded Hobby Ice skat m Y LYDLX GIACOLIINI Lyd BS Morne Street Entered from rmce Future Nursmg Hobby D'mcmg RITA MARCAHILT GIAMLIATTEI Rea 993 Poplar Street Entered from Fur Haven Actrvxtree Band 13, Semor Evecutwe Bolrd 14, Future Undu.uled Hobby Musuc LORRAINE Gloncro Lonnze 666 Wllltney Avenue Entered from Worthington Hooker Actlvr tres Itnlmn Club 11 0, Chorus 3 4, Future Chemxstry Hobby Sporti zum Fmenrx GLASS cl: 2 ap S era Ann Street Entered from Troup ACflVlflCS Tennis Club 12, World Allure Club 19, York Square Pluyere 13 4, German Club 14, Future College Hobby Sportf: CHARIS ALLEN GODDARD B T- "Babe" Cheshire, Connecticut. Entered from Crosby I-Iigh School. Activities: "Gleam" Art Board 132. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Art work and bowling. LEILA GEHTRUDE GOLDSTEIN HE11 451 George Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 142: Archery 142: Basketball 142: York Square Players 142. Future: College. Hobby: Riilery. Donoruv MARION Goonrucu ffD0t,, 418 Central Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Latin prize 132: Phi Beta "Gleam" prize 1325 French Club 13, 425 Chorus 142: Class Day Committee 142: Motion Picture Club 142. Future: College. Hubby: Music. LAURETTA MADELINE CRABOWSKI "Retta" 752 Orange Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Dancing and drawing. MARY FRANCES GEADY "Mare" 100 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Field Hockey 12, 3, 42. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Out- door sports. X Ag iii . sk. :za . .5 - Q K' li' ' "" ':' P. lil 351 f - . 1 F3 Ty ' I? f -. V f Q.. iff -2 '- .411 ff ,xiiar if , N ...sei 88 NORMA TERESA GRAEFE r:NO rms, 61 Florence Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Secretary of German Club 122: Tri-Y 12, 3, 42: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 132: "Sentinel" columnist. Future: X-ray Technician. Hobby: Music. RITA GIIEENBERG :DK A "Beet" 722 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball 1224 Motion Picture Club 12, 32: Secre- tary of French Club 122: XYZ Club 1225 Intersorority Council 132: York Square Players 1324 President of Motion Picture Club 142: Treasurer of York Square Players 142. Future: College. Hobby: Music and sports. ALYCE MARGARET GREENE r:An 1149 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club 1225 Archery 12, 3, 42: Chorus 132: XVinner of Archery Tournament 1323 Motion Picture Club 142: "Elm Tree" Art Board 1423 "Gleam" Art Board 142. Future: Art School, Hobby: Oil painting. Hi, .ni Nw P-f Lx-QLLILLIAN GREENE ' ' K 'Q' ll 2 P ,- Leexjff 46 Hurlburt Street. Entered from Commercial. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps or School of Nursing. Hobby: Sports. JOYCE CHARLOTTE GROVE , njoycien 26 Hurlhurt Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Motion Picture Club 11, 229 Dramatic Club 122: French Club 12, 3, 42: York Square Players 13, 42: Orchestra 13, 42: German Club 142. Future: State Teachers College. Hobby: Piano. GERTRUDE EIVIILY GRUNEIS "Trudy" 78 Bishop Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 43: Girl Reserves 13, 43: German Club 143. Future: College. Hobby: Music and sports. JEANNE ROSEIVIARY CUARINO "Ginger,' 2 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Hiking 12, 33. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Collecting records and dancing. CATHERINE TI-IERESA CUNN K M 2 "Katie" 80 Henry Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Biology Club 123: Chorus 18, 43. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Ice skating. MARGARET HACKETT Clpeggyii 57 Lawrence Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club 1235 Prom Committee 143. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Ice skating. ALICE LOUISE HALL A A Litchfield Tumpike, Bethany. En- tered from The Gateway. Activities: Chorus 13, 43. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Skating. i , -1 , 15 'A I ww, , fa ... et' . Y 4 A Q in SHERRY HIRLEY HALPRIN 52 yto Street. Entered from Tronl Ac ities: Motion Picture Cl , s 43. Future: ol . Hobby: Collecing records and swimming. JEAN DOROTHY I'IAN EN G3 P "johnny" 24 Whittlesey Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: I-lillhouse 1912. Activities: President of Riile Club 123: Captain of Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 43: Captain of Volley Ball Team 12, 33: Honorary Varsity Field Hockey Team 13, 43: Swim- ming Team 1333 junior Executive Board 1335 2nd Vice President of Girls' Sports Council 133: Basket- ball Team 13, 43: York Square Players 13, 43: Girls' Sports Council 143: Spanish Club 143: Senior Ex- ecutive Board 143g Intersorority Council 1433 Volley Ball Teain 143. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Sports. IDA HARRISON 250 Cedar Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Dramatic Club 143: Second prize winner in Inter- sorority English Prize Examination 133: York Square Players 13, 43: "Gleam" Editorial Board 13, 435 Chemistry Club 143. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Dancing and sports. ANN PATRICIA I'IARTIGAN rcpatv 58 Liberty Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: Telephone operator. Hobby: Skating. MARY FRANCES H:XRTIGAN "Mar" 58 Liberty Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 12, 33. Future: Business College. Hobby: Singing and roller skating. EILEEN ELIZABETH I-IEALY 288 McKinley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Latin Club C213 Spanish Club C4l: Class Motto Committee C455 Rifle Club C45- Future: College. Hobby: Reading. BARBARA RUTH HENDLEB 11 E II "Bobbie" 1588 Boulevard. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Activities: S.A.B. C275 Bowling C2j: World Affairs Club C2lg "Glean1" Art Board C2, 3, 43: York Square Players C315 Honorable mention in Art Contest C315 "Elm Tree" Art Board C4l: Basketball C4l. Future: Art College. Hobby: Art. MARY THERESA HIGGINS 108 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Production Club CBJ: Chorus C4l. Future: Stone College. Hobby: Ice skating and dancing. KATHERINE MARIE I'IINES ' "Kate" 1003 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus CSD. Future: Teacher. MARION HELEN I-IOLLORAN KHOZZUH I 968 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus CSI. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. RUTH JUNE HoRoWITz qi fK A aRuen 55 VVest Park Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Motion Pic- ture Club C2, SJ: French Club C2J5 York Square Players C3, 43: Spanish C1ulJ'C4l-. Future: College. Hobby: Music. SHIRLEY DELOBES I-Ionwrrz 153 NVil1ow Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Motion Pic- ture Club C2lg French Club C235 York Square Players CS, 4lg Spanish Club C4J: Motion Picture Club CLIP. Future: Laboratory Technician. ELIZABETH STUDLEY I-IosxcINsoN ifBeHy,, 73 Housatonic Drive, Devon. En- tered from Webster. Activities: Chorus C2, 3, 4l. Future: Nurses' Aid. Hobby: Music, cooking, danc- ing and art. NIARGRET RUTH I-IosKINsoN "Peggz1" 73 Housatonic Drive, Devon. En- tered frorn vVElDStET. Activities: Chorus C2, 3, 4J. Future: Nurses' Aid. Hobby: Music, art, cooking and dancing. ELISABETII LORRAINE HOXVIKRD "Betty" 431 Blatcliley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.Bl CZJ. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Oil painting. ELIZABETH SHIRLEY HOYVARD Betrtze 12 Arden Street Entered from l"'ur Haven Ffxther Hlllhouse 1912 Mother Hlllhouse 1910 Actlvxtres Chorus Q97 Tru 1 Q2 3 45 Spnush Club Q4l Future Cwdet Nurse Corps Hobby MUSIC JUSTIINE AUDREY HUBBARD US 3 17 Dlxwcll Avenue Entered from Bassett Tuture College Hobby Boss Img Iovcn HELEN HUBEELL A A Annty Road WVoodbrIdge Entered from Woodbrrdge Center School Ffxther I-Ixllhouse 1915 ACtIVltlCS Red Crush Kmttmg Club Qll XYZ C ulJ Qll Sentmel Edlt0T11l Board QSJ Chennstry Club Q4J Archery Te'1m Q4J Gxrlb Archery Champxon Q47 Semor Executxve Bo xrd Q42 News edxtor of Sentmel Edltorml Bowrd Q41 Future UI11 versxty f Conuectxcut Hobby Archery GRACE LEE I'lUDSON Sho: ty 40 Townsend Street Entered from Loulsvllle MISSISSIPPI Future Col lege Hobby Dnnclng 'Ind coolung EDNA INIAIIGARET HUGHES 588 Ilowxrd Avenue Entered from S'1cred He'Irt ACtlVltlES Tenure Q21 Spmmsh Club Q47 Future Umverszty of Connechcut Hobbv Horseback rrdmg 53 GT if -gp- A MARIE KATHERINE I'IUGI-IES Irwh 507 Norton P11-kwny Entered from Troup ACtlXltlES Swxmmmg, Qol Red Cross Club Q21 Future Undeclded Hobby Swxmmxng dmc Ing 'Incl skmtmg BARBARA LOUISE PIYLIAN II E I1 Bobbsze 382 Lrvmgston Street Entered from The G'1tew'Iy Mother H111 house 1908 ACflVlt1C5 A E Booth Algebrfx puze Q13 Fxrst pr ze IH cssxy contest on Martnl MusIc Qll WVorld Afhrrs Club Q15 Progrnn ehurmm of Dfimitlc Club Q2l Grrla Sports C uucll Q9 3 4D Chorus Q1 2 3 47 York Squqre Plxyers Q31 Glenm Eclllorrll Bolrd Q3 4D Buketball Te'Im Q 42 Future College Hobby Sports LOHRAINE GRACE IBSEN Lame 370 Slulf Street H'1mden En tered from Sprmg Glen Sehool Ac hvxtnes Bowlmg, Coznpetltnon Q22 luture College Hobby Snwpshots NIARX EBBA IRGIIOLT A A Ebba Lltchlield Turnpike VVooclbrrdge Entered from RldgCW00d Hlgh School H1dg6WVOOd New Jersey Ac tlVlt1Eb Sentmel Edltornl Board Q3 41 Semor Executlve Board Q4l Future Mount Holyoke College Hobby Sports IOSEPHINE IOVANNE cp E A 11 Wooster Ploce Entered from Sslcred Heart Actlvztxes Archery Tourn Iment Q7 SJ Chorus Q3 4D l"uture St R lphael s Hofapxtal Hobby Collectmg records, N 2.01 West Park Avenue. Entered -Pqvrv' H-2X,T'2"' Glenn: Gm X CARYL IsAACs "Blanch," 92 Woorlin Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 142, Fu. ture: Nursing. Hobby: Art and fashion designing. ESTELLE ISRAEL 69 Anita Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Movie Club 122: Biology Club 122: Ice Skating 122. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Collecting records. I'lAZEL ELIZABETH JACKSON E A 276 Division Street. Entered from Bassett. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1922. Activities: French Club 122. Future: Columbia Universily. Hobby: Bowl- ing and skating. HELEN GRETA JACKSON 247 Oak Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Social YVOrker. Left before graduation. ELEANOR MARIE JACOB K M E Ctfakeb from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Activities: S.A.B. 122: Vice President of Rifle Club 122: Girls' Sports Counci 12, 3, 42: Captain of Swimming Team 12, 3, 42: Iunior Executive Board 132? Senior Execu- tive Board 142: Secretary of Class 142: A1'chery Tcam 142. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ii 'seg gi - H is ' JUNE ALLIERA JACOBS 54 Chambers Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Skating. RITA BABETTE Lxcons "lakes Pease Road, VVoodbridge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School. Activities: French Club 122: Motion Picture Club 122: Ping Pong Tour- nament 122g Basketball Team 12, 325 Chorus 13, 42: York Square Players 18, 42: Spanish Club 142: "Elm Treel' Art Board 142. Future: Rhode Island School of Design. Hobby: Drawing, tennis and horse- back riding. I'IODA MABIAN jlxrifis cp K A "Hoe'f 105 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Mother: Hillhouse 1916. Activities: XYZ Club 122: Motion Picture Club 12, 3, 42: York Square Players 13, 42: Spanish Club 142. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Music. CAROLYN NIARIE JENSEN qu 5, K far, rl rtford T Mi Nor 1 Ha e fntered fron 11 Haven C r seiign. tivitics: Bask ba 122: vault! 13.1 eam 122: C9215 13, 42: Gi ports Council 42. Future: rson IuniQ037rl1ege. Hobby: Photography. ESTHER JOHNSON 138 Ivy Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: French Club 12, 32. Future: Business College. Hobby: Reading. VIRGINIA HESTLH IU1JboN Gumy 463 Ceutr ue E red from Sherxdan AL lV res Bow mg 41 Future Nurs Hobby Dfmcmg AnLLNr: Ross Kmzzon Km, 244 Lclgewmcl Avcnuc Ellteled from Troup Actrutreb Motron Plc ure Club C91 Iumor Red Cross Kmttmg Club C91 Blolngy Club C91 G1r1Resenes K3 41 luturc Nursmg Hobby Pnno playmg and bowling LILLIAN ANNA KAPITAN Squeaky 69 VVl11te Street Entered from Trumfm Actrvltres S A B C11 President of L'1txn Club U71 Chorus 2 3 41 Spanish Club K41 SLIIIOI' Executrvz, Boxrd C41 Future Fish mn Dcaxgnmg Hobby llcwdmg GLADYS RUTH 1xAU'rz Glad 139 Englxbh Strect Entered from Falr Haven AChV1fIEW Motion PIC ture Club Q21 Orclrestrn Trx Y 12 31 Future Shte Terchers Collcgr. Hobby Rcadmg RITA DOIXOTHY KAU1L L N V Mouse 10 Tyler Street Entcred from Troup Actxvlher Archery C21 1' u ture College Hobby Dxmcmg til. WWW 'K QB Xara? JLAN AGNES Ix1:H1:LLu Ins: 11 Wxlhs Street Entered from B lssett ACtlVlflC9 Tenrnb 131 Somor Executive Bowrd C41 Future Busmess Collugc Hobby Dmncmg md refzchng W LAN M X4, LLX 299 Clmlon ue Ilntcrcd from Iwnr Hwven A tres Chorus C3 4 Boulnxg 41 Future Busmeia College Hobby Ice Skntmg swrm mm 1 Incl cl mcmg HELEN CATIILRINL KELLY 63 Atu-rtcr Struct Entercd from t Trmcrs Actrvxhes Illfle Club C21 Bowling C41 Semor Executrvc oard C41 Future Child Nursing Hobby Rxflcry 'md bowlmg ANNE VEIRONICA KLNNLDX Ken 1474 Qunnnpmc Awenuc Entered from Fur Hwen ACf1VltlEb Bowl mg C21 H1k1ngl'71 Future Busl new Hobby Slutmg IARC mm' Mfxux KLNNLX Peg 1 Grmfton Strc. ercd from 'ur H 1 1"utun. I'S1I'lg Hobby bwm n cw mf W1N1FnED MARY KIERNJXN K M E "Ween 416 Blatchley Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Chorus 12, 42. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming and movies. ELAINE MAE Kucizn qu E qi "Nainie,' 15 Ramsdell Street. Entered from Wortliington Hooker. Mother: Hill- house 1918. Activities: XYZ Club 122: Dramatic Club 122: Bowling Tournament 12, 32: "Scntinel', Busi- ness Board 1S2: York Square Players 182: Spanish Club 142: Secretary of "Sentinel" Business Board 142. Fu- ture: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Piano playing and photog- rapliy. ELISE Brion.-t KLIGERMAN 516 Orange Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Activities: President of Tri-Y 11, 22: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 42: Dramatic Club 122: Basketball Team 12, 3, 42: Vice President of Tri-Y 132: "Sentinel" Business Board 132: York Square Players 132: Volley Ball Team 132: German Club 13, 42: "Elm Treei' Editorial Board 142: Vice President of York Square Players 142: President of Gemian Club 1 4 2 . Future: Undecided. Hobby: Singing. LADISLAWVA GEHTBUDE KLUCK "Lacldie,' 712 Orange Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: World Affairs Club 112: Rifle Club 11, 22: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 42: Vice President of Tri-Y 122: Girls' Sports Council 122: Bowling Tournament 122: Archery Tournament 132: Tri- Y 132: German Club 13, 42: Archery Team 142: Rifle Team 142: Presi- dent of Tri-Y 142. Future: College. Hobby: Rifle and ice skating. FRANCES KOMISA11 "F1'an', 172 Rosette Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Bowling 112: Red Cross Club 122. Future: Busi- ness School. Hobby: Dancing and bowling. ff" '--r-sg-5 W' I vw- if! ' J 1 I Dono'rHY VIOLA KoNrrz "Shorty" 560 George Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Tennis 122: Red Cross Club 122: Chorus 12, 3, 42: Bowling 182: York Square Players 13, 42: Chorus 13, 42. Future: Busi- ness School. Hobby: Writing. Iruxm R1-IODA KIIONICK QI: E, qi "I rmn 195 Lakeview Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Orchestra 12, 3, 42: York Square Players 13, 42: Spanish Club 142. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing. Esren ELIZABETH KYDER c:ESv 740 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Swim- ming 122: Field Hockey 122. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Reading. RUTH JOANNA L.-mov II E H 164 Linden Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Father: Hill- house 1916. Mother: Hillhouse 1914. Activities: Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 42: Chorus 122: Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 42: Table Tennis Toumament 12, S, 42: Basketball Team 12, 32: Dra- matic Club 122: First place in Figure Ice Skating Competition 122: Girls' Sports Council 132: Tennis Tourna- ment 132: York Square Players 132: Librarian of Band 132: "Sentiuel"' Editorial Board 13, 42: First prize in Intersorority English Prize Examina- tion 132: Sports Editor of 'iElm Treel' 142: Honorary Varsity Field Hockey Team 142. Future: Wellesley College. Hobby: Sports. FRANCES JANE L.-xND1No 64 Hazel Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Business School. Hobby: Reading. lVlARGAIlII'l LAPORTA Peggy 1086 VVI1 lllex Avenue Entered from Sherxdin Actu rtxes S A B Q91 Future Business Hobby D1l1Cll1,Q THERIIS x CONCBTTA LAUDANO CID G9 Tree 45 Irvmgton Street Entered from Fur Hsu en Achvxhes Fvelzl Ilockty 21 Buslsetblll C21 It 1h 111 Club C21 Gltl Reserves 191 Sp mush Club C41 1-'llhll"L Busrnus School Hobby Collecting souvenus Lols IIELENE LAW 57 YV1ll'1rcl Street Entered from Sherxdwn ACflVIt'CS Bxologv Club C21 Archery Tourn'1m1.nt C31 Chorus C41 Future Nurslng, Hobby Musxc and sewxng VLBA MoLLn: LEN7I Vee VV1ll'1rd Street Entered from Shendan Aetlvxtxcs Glcwm Ar Boflrd K9 3 41 Chorus C41 1' ture C'1det Nurse Corps llobbv Bowlmg 'md piano phymp, IISSLY treet nter 10111 Cimde I- 1 ich Future Busl ness Hobby A"x N ' s sa vsp.: Kass. 33. if -x min WQF-.-s 5-5, isniil r ' la-rs s sms wweid S gi Wav' 95 'ns- .nr au- a Q4 E- in 'Ee l 69' s Wig we fssss ELAINE IIELEN L1:v1:NT1-IAL '73 Judson Avenue Entered from Troup Actxvxtles XYZ Club C21 Frensh Club 121 Bowhng Toumu ment K2 31 SCDtlllLl Edlf0f13l Bond C3 41 York Squwre Phyers K8 41 Spanish Club 141 Future College Hobby Correspondmg 'ind cl'1.nc.1ng Runs LEVENTHAL Bee 84 kmsrngton Street Tntered from froup Actnvrtres Bwlogy Club KZ1 Mohan PlCtlll'6 Club C91 Gcr man Club C41 Future College Hobby Dwnung mud skatmg Susvlsx LIGHTER 119 2. rp Szbby 507 5l1l,l'I1l'l1'l Pfxrkwwy Entered From Troup Actxvxtxes World Affqrrs Club C9 B 41 York Squ'1re Phyers Q31 Gcrmln Club C41 1'uture UHIVGTSIW of Connectlcut Hobby Rewdmg ind 1tl'llEt1C5 LonnA1N1: Lois LOBELL Babe 97 Vernon Street Entered from Troup Actxv1t1es Chorus K2 31 Future Music School Hobby Pho togmphy MA1xcA1u:T EL1zAB1:T1r LOCKE Margze 1031. Townsend Avenue Entered from Farr II'1ven Future Busmcss Hobby Icc Slsaung 4' ss s' I' kc v ' ' 1 ' SS B SS E f Q , ' ' - ' ff " l :xi s - ' ' ' ' 'I ' 2 f . z- Z , s 5 ' , - vs ' ., 151--I-:EEFi,.,sQ,,:s-ss5s-:-1 :fs s - vs, :-: .:...:..:.- .: . s - 4 5: s -3:55-:ga 1- ' . . 'f' 'W 1 . , . - . zz- 5:3155 , Me sis 'si - , Q K 1 ' . l. 1 . Z.-.U ' ,- ,. s sf: s s s s s s xt . I 1 . ' Z L V. 'Ls-sr ' sssg. s !:5:f5:5 , 5 . . E W WH s s s if . . 3 , , z , - 1 ss ,H mf ,S s Ws' "' . SS Bi ' . s 4 V ss s sss xg ' be 5 s - ' -, s H, , .L ws slag-ffm ,H t' .s ,, Cl 3, SS Q , 'k' Y , ' A .' . . 4 A 4 ' ' l 9 - -' ' 1 ' s 2 1 . . I Z ' . .s 3 L '. 1 s 51' N '. . I AY :-: " V , s X ss . t Q l , . R 4 ff . as . . ,,,..'. ... I .V 4 - U A 9 5 .1 H ., , g ' - - . .... . s , ,. , . . . M -.5 : -1 51 '4 x - ' , .. . P: s, .. ...... A.,.J y A ., bv- 1' 4 lei: '-f ' ' ' msg?'szslsifgizt ya s ' 4 ' 5 1 x fs W ff -" s ' sz 1 . . A ' S ' ' h x ' Ia: ss Es! ff 97 . , :.: s 47 . . . , H 3 .gg s , . , . . . . .. ,, . , ns s s s s. ,-' " '3:Q:"5a2' 25, .,: :Qs , . . V. . .., , g . . 'u- H. , . . . , . 1 s 'Q '. r : E : . 4 ' : " ' . : - . . . ' s Q N .. H . . Y. . 222 . . . ' 1 sg: vjgsfff Q ' .. , if 'C I ,, , H l' I ! I AN 4 P 1 ,. . 1 .. ' - s - "' 1 " ' 1 H, cf . sp -J . - , . . ,. 5 E s - 1' - :fl " 5. - s - - Q-1 " "Zi , ,. s 18 ll . ' we 'gssv s 1 , . gig K . , . ' " ' ' s gil 5 is it grew' tg 1 " - ' ' " V .4 . " - :.- '. s ,. R! V ' . sl ' Mrs wx s- iss 4 .: .RN -:Eiga K -fs? 3,3553 , X -zf ' ' V ,+ s 1- s r -ses, "M" sssss my 3 . sn . sqm s s s f . r E -.: . W- ,W 4, 51, 1534, 1 P or :img -C f 'flss -refer-rfgf,s:1 , , -K W ss sss , 1 5 - X 1. . ' F ' Q JOYCE MARIE LoFTUs A A 806 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: XYZ Club 123: World Affairs Club 123: "Sen- tinel" Editorial Board 1333 Assist- ant Editor of "Sentinel" 143. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports. BLANCHE MARGARET LUCIBELLI 111301, 178 Foster Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 113: Dramatic Club 123: Honorable mention in Colonial Dames Essay Contest 1235 Vice President of Italian Club 143: Chorus 12, 335 "Elm Tree" Art Board 143. Future: College. Hobby: Drawing. It NIE Aw MACEK pp n a mssy Hill Roar , Orange ered I' in Qrabge Ser Scho uture: Nursing.-H : Readin and danc- ing. IUN15 T1-IERESA MACINA 125 Sheilield Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Hiking 123g Spanish Club 143: Rifle Club 143: Chorus 143. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and skating. ll BETTY Lo l CKAY 121gM r 's enue. from Fair 1 Act'v'tie. Club fl.. 123: M Club 123: Swimming Team 2, 3, 43: York Square Players 133: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 13, 43: French Club 143. Future: Medicine. Hobby: Music. lt' ELIZABETH MAFFEY A'lBet77 68 Henry Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club 123: French Club 123: Chorus 12, 3, 43. Future: Business College. Hobby: Gardening. GLORIA NIILLICENT lVlAG II E H "Squiff" 250 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: World Affairs Club 123: "Gleam" Editorial Board 13, 435 Spanish Club 143. Future: College. Hobby: Horseback riding and swimming. NIARY ELLEN MAHON E N 2 "Butch" 1029 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Softball Team 123: S.A.B. 123: Bowling Team 12, 33: Bowling Toumament 123: Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 43: Volley Ball Team 133. Future: Uni- versity of Pennsylvania. Hobby: Horseback riding and swimming. ANTILLIA Rose NIAISANO "Tillie" 241 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Roller skating and dancing. 1 , , 3: A Louise MARcH.rT'r0 Qi .1522 V ,.. ' . 3' 7 21 - fr :M I "Lou" ' iv ii.. - K 67 Parmelee Avenue. tered -2 , ..- ' ' from Commerc il. F : State if - . ' -. 2- : Q M.: s e ,, . 3: Teachers Cd' y: Symphony sv M 1' ....f . 'A ' -,f 1, 12. ijt. . , -' . . :N , Q e w music. W ' . :a. :1Lwii : -1' I - it fl i ' Q5 :U A V, S' .. 4 .. .ijt .. ii 'i , as E. 5 .1 96 ANITA MARINO "Annu 11 Vine Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports and popular music. Lois Mzmcmzr lVlARTIN 4rLee:r 22 Lake Place. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Horses, dogs nnd hiking. Mmm Trmnese MARTIN K M 2 "Tlzerese,' 103 Atwater Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: XYZ Club 121: Archery Toumament 125: Rifle Club 12Jg Swimming Team 12, SJ. Future: Navy Nurse Corps. Hobby: Swimming and reading. Lois LOUISE MARTINO ffL0v 88 Lawrence Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future: Busi- ness Collcge. I-Iobby: Roller skating and dancing. ISOLINA lN'lA.HTONE 41163.- 127 Wallace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Child Specialist. Hobby: Crossword puzzles. 4 'fit'ii'3 . 'S G? ESTELLE DOLORES MASSA "Little Omen G07 YVhi'tney Avenue. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Girl Reserves 11, 2Jg Italian Club 11, 225 Motion Picture Club 121. Future: College. Hobby: Records and dancing. Rosie ANN IWASTBANCELO allow 69 Park Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Movie Club 1215 Italian Club 125. Future: Hairdress- ing. Hobby: Movies. 'Q ,- CoLp11z MATLOFF cp'K A 138.kiV5a1rd St'i"EQt'i Entered from Troup. ork Square Players 13, 4Jg Spanish Club 142. Fufure: College. Hobby: Sports. SHIRLEY JANET MATT "slim" ,Q 258 Ni oll Street. 1 c-gdJfrom Worthingto o . ct ities: i .rd 141: Chorus 442 re: lite Plains Hospi- tal. obby: . Collecting records. ANNE MATTLE "Mr1ddie,' 327 St. John Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 11, 255 Tri-Y 1323 Chorus 132. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Skating and dancing. 111 1 RITA GRACE NICQACABQ' ' .. LIN! H Z v 23 Shepard Stre .-Entered from St. Pe:.ei'sD1 Q ities: Honorable mention in sh prize examination 111: Pep cm 141: senior Execu- tive Boarll 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling. HELEN MCDERMOTT 4:Mac:: 111 Hazel Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Latin Club 121. Future: Business School. Hobby: Bowling. ELIZABETH ANN MCGARRY 19 P ..Betty,, 836 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Rifle Club 121: World Affairs Club 121: Table Tennis 121: Bowling 121: Field Hockey 12, 3, 415 Volley Ball 131: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 41: French Club 131: Photography Club 141. Future: College. I-lobby: Athletics. 4 J ELIZABETH ANN13' QYCLYNN 1v..Bwy.lx ix 11 Waliiuqftreeti Entered from Fair 1-Va en. Activities: XYZ Club 121: 'Club 141. Future: Cadet XN3irse1.Co' s. l-lobby: Bowling and kd 'atingi f ! lVlARY GRACE c K M . 95, 220 Wes 1' k Avenu nterecl from St. iffx'lfilCC. ti s: Secre K V1.1 I'- tarylo Bi gy CQ .f- S .B. 'V' ea I d Cross 't 4 Q16 1 .i C 12 ing WJ nior xecuti B 13 : rcle on "Semin 1: " ' -l Bus ness Board , Cho s g Bus ess Manage of "Elm - . Fu- ture: Colby Junior llege. Hobby: Music. MARY MCKEON uHen 105 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Sports. id f -fl .MA ANNE RosE MELILLO ' 25 Frank Street. 'Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Radio Club 111: Italian Club 111: Girl Reserves 121. Future: Nursing. GERTRUDE BELLE MERETSKY "Trudy" A o 107 Carmel ea. Entered from Troup. Activiti Motion Picture Club 12 BOS' 12, 3, 41. Fu- ture' Co e obby: Collecting sua VIRGINIA IQATHRYN MESNER "Jinnie,' 23 Sheldon Terrace. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Tri-Y 111: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 41. Future: Larson Iunior College. Hobby: Dancing. FLORENCE IRENE NIILLER "Dinky,' 35 Park Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports. JANET CAROLINE MILLER B N S U71 16 DXXl1,l1f Street Entered from 'lroup Aclxvltxes Archcrv C91 Chorus C2 3 41 Bowhng C9 4 Spanish Club C41 Future College Hobby Dfmcmg ANN: l14IRANDI N etfy 51 Putnlm Street Entered from Sacred HL lrt Future Cwclet Nurse Corps Hobby Scmpbooks 'md col lcctmg stfunps CORNELIA Vnacmr x lVl1I'CHl:.LL Cofme 39 Dlckernmn Street Entered from Troup Actwxtxcs Chorus C2 3 41 Future College Hobby Sports md ITIUSIC ALICL MARY MOLLEUB FICIICIIIG 49 Wh lllny Avenue Entered from Troup Future Undeudcd Hobby Dmwxng md dmclng LUc,x NIAm AIONACO U 8 Chrrntopher Street Entered f10Il'l blcred Hr. 1rl Actn 1Lu,s Itxlnn Club C 11 Futuu Nurbmg Hobby Sports iw fx +1 fs? N an ROSEMARY MARIE MORAN E N E Row 114 Cedu' Hill Avenue Entered from Fan' Haven Actwrtles SAB C21 jumor Executwe Board C31 Jumor Red Cross Council C41 In Lemororxty Council C41 Future St Frmcrs Hosprtxl Hobby Collechng phonograph records PHYLLIS LOUISE MORCAN lla 165 Tokeneke Drxve North Haven Entered from Spring Glen School Ac lVlt1Lb Chorus C1 2 3 4 French Club C01 Girls Sports Colm ell C41 Prom Commrltee C41 Iunxor Red Crose Connell C41 Future Cwdet Nurse Corps Hobby Sang MABLE FRANCES MORIJXRTY Hee 49 Maltlny Pl'1ce Entered from St Francis Actrvltles R1He Te'1m C21 Archery Tenn C2 31 Swlrnmrng 'leflm C9 31 jumor Executrve Board C31 Sp ll'l1Sl1 Club C41 M1111 'er of Swxmmmg Team C41 Future Nfny Nurse Hobby Swnnmlng ind ru. :Jntmg BEATRICE MOSLEY 645 Orclrlrd Street Entered from Troup Future Hnrrdresser Left be fore graduation ELOIGE Moss h 919 Hamilton Street Entered from Troup Future Nursmg Hobby Sports, MARY THERESA MULVEY "Mare" 95 Willis Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 12, BJ: Photography Club 145. Future: Busi- ness. Hobby: Dancing. IOSEPI-IDNE CARINIEL MUNGIGUERRA A-Ion Q 193 Franklin Street. Entered from Hamilton. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Bowling. ELLEN FRANCES MUNRO 9 Audubon Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Activities: Latin Club 125: XYZ Club 121: Honorable mention in A. E. Porter Latin prize 1313 French Club 13, 41: Chorus 13, 41: Motion Picture Club 147. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: lvlusic. KA'rHLEEN MUNRO "Neen" 200 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Art. AUDREY DOROTHY NIURPHY "Murph" 79 Fifth Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Tri-Y 11, 23: Chorus 13, 43. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming and dancing. We -af J: .. gs gg? Z I: T1-IERESA CATHERINE MURPHY "Murph" 108 Butler Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: World Affairs Club 121: Tennis 121: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Skating. ROSELIARIE GRACE MUSTO cp 19 Marsh Hill Road, Orange. En- tered from Orange Center School. Activities: Dramatic Club 12,5 York Square Players 13, 49: Photography Club 1425 Table Tennis 143. Future: Laboratory Technician. Hobby: Sports and collecting pins. ELSLE MARIE NANEELDT ..EZ,. 109 Hyde Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Dress Designing School. Hobby: Ice skating. CONSTANCE LORRAINE NIELSEN "Conniev 262 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and swimming. RUTH CAROL NODELLIAN "Ruthie" 576 VVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Activities: Biology Club 1235 Motion Picture Club 12, 41g Spanish Club 145. Future: College. Hobby: Read- mg. ELVIRA RITA NODER HEUU., 90 Willis Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.B. 1215 Chorus 181. Future: Government. Hobby: Dancing. IW V K' NANCY JEANNE NOLIN J UNM.. 197 Grand Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Red, Cross Knitting Club, 1. F ursing. Hobby: Rendiliil . atin . KATHLEEN BERNICE O'BANKs ffcayei! 546 Howard Avenue. Entered from Kingston High School. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Dancing. IRENE O,B1'lIEN "'Rene" 662 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett, Activities: Hiking 121: Swimming Team 131g Spanish Club 141: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. MADELYN MAIW 0,CONNO1l ulin xv 126 Foster Street. Entered from WVortl1ington Hooker. Activities : Spanish Club 141. Future: Business College. Hobby: Roller skating. x'f"' V. Qfl. E it U so :-- "E"'t 1L9"i' .ti MILDRED Rose O'CoNNon AMW, 294 Kneelnnd Road. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling Toumament 12, 31: Golf 1314 Chorus 18, 415 Bowling 141: Rifle Club 141. Future: Business College. Hobby: Sketching. NBec'l' 8 Xu.s.1T o FLORENCE MARIE O,HARA c:Fl0n 843 Orange Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker School. Future: College. Hobby: Ice skating and swimming. MOLLIE OLMER "Moll" 126 Greenwood Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross Production Club 1313 Jewish Hi-Y 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowl- ing and collecting records. CLAIRE OPPER "Honey Bunny" 61 Lake Place. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club 121: Vice President of French Club 121: Honorable mention in Colonial Daughters Essay 121: Chorus 13, 41: Spanish Club 1415 Prom Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Play- ing piano. X JUNE MARIE OSBORNE 577 Winchester Avenue. Entered From Branford High School. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Art Work. ANGELINA TLIERESA PALINIIERI "Short Stop" 4 121. 'Ward Street. Entered from Ilroup. Activities: Italian Club 127: Red Cross Knitting Club 127: Spanish Club 147: "Elm Tree" Art Board 143. Future: Commercial Art. Hobby: Sports and sketching. BEATRICE SUZZANE PANICO "Babe,' 28 Shelter Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling 149. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. HELEN PAOLELLA 167 Lafayette Street. Entered from Prince. Future: College. Hobby: Collecting records. CARMEL MARIE Pr-tnrL.Lo "Candy,' 294 Humphrey Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 141: Motion Picture Club 12Dg Tri-Y 147. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and horseback riding. EUGENIA SUSAN PASCALE "Smiles" 95 Olive Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 121: Chorus 12, 373 Pep Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Dancing. it X HHH H 2 - 'Q.:.:..i- it J 6 H ef f., .:. Er.: 2:-,:. :.: H j':2:5"fi55., ::,:...::.::ff-Q 555' ' 2-5 FW H H ee H. Q T 2 H ref. N W ,'1,::::::: 5: - " if ..: ' lm B wg K s M H gf N Q B if we 5 .re ,. WIS I Eggafd-I -EUGENI.-x SUSAN PASCALE Klezmi' 57 Garden Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Tennis and horseback riding. MURLEL FRANCES PAULL "S hefty" 90 Plymouth Street. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Mother: Hill- house 1914. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Roller skating. BARBARA JEANNE PECK zcB0bu Alling Street, Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Activi- ties: First prize Winner in English prize examination 139. Future: Busif ness. Hobby: Skating. B T- C ew fr- f--f Race' 'a, xvooabridge. Entere Sh ,n. Father: Hill- house 1914. Mother: illhouse 1917. Activities: Tennis To ament 122: Bowling Tournament 215 Prom Committee 145: Vice President of Intersorority Council 145. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. - ANN M ,uma PETRAIUOLO ::Bea: 366 NVha1ley Avenue. Entered from Roger Sherman. Activities: Senior Executive Board 147. Future: State Teachers College. Hobby: Roller skating and swimming. MARILYN ANN PHILLIPS "Phil', 186 Canner Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: World Affairs Club C223 XYZ Club 121: Dramatic Club C255 York Square Players 185: Third prize winner in Intersorority examination in English 131. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Roller skat- ing. GLORIA JOSEPHINE Pmo QGGU 199 Wallace Street. Entered from Hamilton School. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Dancing. FLORENCE SANDRA PLATCOW "Lorrie" Clover Place. Entered from Tru- man. Mother: Hillhouse 1913. Ac- tivities: Latin I Prize ill: G 8: C Merriam Prize in Spelling C115 Latin Club 121: Chorus 12, S, 47: Archery Toumament fill: French Club C413 Iunior Red Cross Council MQ. Fu- ture: Journalism. I-lobby: Music. V ERLA I-IELRNR POKROP anvil, 716 WVDOllXV21l'Cl Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red Cross Council f4J. Future: Business College. Hobby: Sports. SHHXLEY JOYCE POLLOCK S37 YVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1922. Activities: Spanish Club 441: Mo- tion Picture Club 143. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Reading. GRACE MARY PORRELLO 344 Blatchley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 12, 37. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Roller skating and dancing. AELINA STELLA PORTO "Shanks" 47 Harrington Avenue. Entered from Commercial. Future: Telegraph Operator. Hobby: Skating. LUCILLE POHTO 1cL1t:7 185 Putnam Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling and skating. MARION ELEANOR Porvro KID E A "Cici',' 328 Humphrey Street. Entered trim Fa' "Haven. Activities: Chorus C , 3, g taliau CI b CZLQ-1, Fu- fjjfizf' c lilSy: Collect- a si , NANCY Parsco qi Q r:Nan:a 65 Lyon Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 43: Red Cross Knitting Club 121: Ice Skating f2J: Italian Club KS, All. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports. FIENRIETTA PROCTOR :Im IQ A lfNanCyl? 276 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Secretary of Movie Club 125: French Club 145: Spanish Club 145: York Square Players 145. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and art. SALLY BEENIECE PROCTOR Ktsussyli 161 Greenwood Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club 125: Nurse,s Assistant 12, 3, 45.' Future: State Teachers College. Hobby: Traveling and swimming. CATHERINE MARIE Pnoro ..Kmy,, 276 Wallace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Collecting stamps. DOROTHY PSATHAS CCD0tty!D 500 Orange Street. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Activities: Prom Committee 145. Future: Connecticut College for Women. Hobby: Piano. BARBARA SUE PUECELL uB0bv 147 Lamberton Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Swim- ming Club 125: Chorus 13, 45. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. RosE REGINA QUADRINO uReggiea: 7 Westerleigli Road. Entered from Troup. Activities: Latin Club 125, York Square Players 13, 45: German Club 145: Tennis 145. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Horseback riding and swimming. JANET RABINOYVITZ cp K A alan.-r 560 Norton Parkway. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Activities: World Affairs Club 12, 3, 45: Red Cross Production Club 135: Spanish Club 145. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Collecting miniatures. REVA PHYLLIS RABINOWITZ 2116 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Biology Club 125: Motion Picture Club 12, 45: Spanish Club 145. Future: College. Hobby: Reading. DAISY MAE RANDALL "Randie', 52 Gregory Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Hairdressing. Hobby: Reading. JULIA ANNE REDWAY glaze., 349 Lenox Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y 13, 45: York Square Players 13, 45. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. PHYLLIS CERTDUDE REGELSON aphizv 161 Colony Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Motion Picture Club 1215 York Square Players 18, 41: Chorus 141: Chemistry Club 1414 World Affairs Club 141. Fu- ture: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Collecting and dancing. ANITA PATRICIA REYNOLDS "Pinkey" 645 State Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Activities: Tri-Y 1115 Red Cross Knitting Club 121: S.A.B. 121. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. SELIWA IRNIA Rice 206 West Rock Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 131. Left before graduation. MABEL MAY RICHARDS "Mabe', 93 VVolcott Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Swimming 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Skat- ing and swimming. ELIZABETH RICHARDSON A A "Tish" 25 Marvel Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: XYZ Club 1215 Archery Tournament 1315 Photog- raphy 1419 Badminton Championship 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sew- mg. T344 V 'Z' 12:52:55 f ,Q x 1"tLa A an X . X.J'a4 .1 R if-.122 nf. . 9 A -455 NIARGARET TERESA R1cHAnDsoN tl-Peggy!!! 573 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Rii-le Club 121: Spanish Club 141. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Swim- ming nnd dancing. MARY LORRAINE RIORDAN fb A 'El "Maggie" 337 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1919. Activities: Ice Skating Tournament 12, 41: Girl Reserves 12, 815 Archery Toumament 1315 Chorus 141g Archery Tournament 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Dancing. RUTH VIVIAN ROACHE "Ruthie" 165 Franklin Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: S.A.B. 1115 Italian Club 11, 21: Chorus 121g Dramatic Club 121. F uture: Nursing. Hobby: Writing. ROSALYN Roerusn 1206 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Evander Childs High School. Activities: "Elm Tree" Art Board 141. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Art. INA CAROL ROMANOFF qw 2 -:In rrI:.v 267 Cedar Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery 12, 31. Future: Dental Hygiene. Hobby: Sports. V EDITH AYRAULT ROSE nEdiev 239 Edwards Street. Entered from Chatham Hall, Virginia. Activities: Tennis Team C31. Future: Wells College. Hobby: Tennis, dancing and collecting records. SYLVIA LILLIAN ROSENIHIANTZ "Halsey" 291 Fountain Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Girl Reserves C21: Spanish Club C41. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing. DOROTITY KATHIKYNE Rossi fll CBJ CID0t57 90 'Tyler Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Skating. DOROTHY BARBARA ROSSINI CIP E A "Dotty,' 645 Whitney Avenue. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Bowling C11: Italian Club Cl, 2, 31: Tri-Y C1, 21: Chorus CZ, 3, 41: Table Tennis C213 Dramatic Club C21: Junior Executive Board C31: York Square Players C315 Tennis C313 First prize winner in Italian prize examination C31: Senior Executive Board C 41. Future: College. Hobby: Piano. HIL,NA ROTTMAN H E II "Hilly', 121 Bellevue Road. Entered from Troup. Activities: York Square Players C3, 41: Spanish Club C41. Future: College. Hobby: Horseback riding. - .z Wassily Sims.. Dig. . ' lr.. : ., .... K N -'fb I W 1" 5 . .r . A X . drag' , 1 H 5 if - -. . ,. 'fx gm ., . ,iii " - 25914, eww.. ,sgfefiwwm t r ,, 234 K yy vu- 6' 106 RUTH CATHERINE Rowe fb A 'E "Cathy" 78 Judson Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Orchestra C21: Motion Picture Club C21: Archery Tournament C2, 31: Clionis CZ, 3, 41: Bowling Tournament C31: York Square Players C3, 41: Spanish Club C41. Future: American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Hobby: Reading. Nonmlx LENA RUBIN 107 Kensington Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club C21: Motion Picture Club C215 Jewish Hi-Y C41. Future: College. Hobby: Reading :ind ice skating. ELEANOR COLETTE RUSSELL NEI., 167 YVest Rock Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. C215 Volley Ball Team C 31: York Square Players C41: Class Motto Committee C413 Table Tennis C41. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Sports. EVELYN ANN Russo aEUeu 459 Bletchley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club C21. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Movies. Doms RYALLS K ..Dm,rU,. Rb!! 442 Dixwell Ax Entered from Basse t. Activities. Biology Club C21: cliogntis ggajsi 4 5 xBgowling 447. Futu '-5Arnold College. Hobby: Roller. skating. Joyce Cmmis RYAN 107 Fairrnoztu Avenue. Entered fro 1 Fair Ia ini-H'llhouse 192 'ities: rus 13, 41: Hifi- i l 141. Fut re: Business Collegle.. Hobby: Sports and dogs. LOUISE SABELLICO "Loup 736 Legion Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and sports. PHYLLIS LENORE Sfxcus TI E II "Phil" 82 Westwood Road. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillbouse 1914. Mother: Hillhousc 1915. Activities: Fourth prize winner in English Inter- sorority Prize Examination 131: York Square Players 13, 41: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 41: Table Tennis 141: York Square Players 141: Sec- retary of Chemistry Club 141. Fu- ture: Pembroke. Hobby: Dramatics. RUTH LEM! SACHS cb K A, CITOONUSF 295 Central Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1911. Activities: World Affairs Club 12, 41: Photography Club 141. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Collecting records. OLGA Rosa S,xLvA'rom2 rfsallyv 193 NVinchester Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club 121: Biology Club 121: Latin Club 121: Baseball 131: Spanish Club 141: York Square Players 141: Chess Club 141. Fu- ture: College. I-lobby: Music appre- ciation. . y .z:s::gz v. ' ' 5 A K 1 .giC,:gaIE' -- .ff 'A .x 5 .i'-'x.-.4 Norumx SAMOYVITZ "Norm" 289 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music. 1'1ELENE SALIUELS 11 E 11 .. . ,, Sommze 237 Colony Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: lfVorld Affairs Club .121: York Square Players 13, 41: Archery Team 141: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Horseback riding. CWENDOLYNE ALTHEA SANDS "Clmbbie" 286 Ashmun Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Horseback riding. ANGELINA SANTJLNO , z:Anvg:: 148 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Honorable mention in Biology Prize Contest 121. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Skating. PI-IILOMTENA Rose SAr:Acco "Phil" 504 Orange Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Girl Reserves 11, 2, 3, 41: Dramatic Club 121: Volley Ball Team 121: Table Tennis Tour- nament 121: Basketball Team 121: Chorus 131: Field Hockey Team 131. Future: Laboratory technician. Hobby: Listening to popular bands and records. YOLANDA VIRGINIA SCAVHNIO ayols, 155 James Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves 12, 3, 41. Future: Business College. Hobby: Bowling. Lois MARGARET SCHELLENBERGER "SheZZy,' 380 North Front Street. Entered from'Torrington High School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club 121: York Square Players 131. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Dancing and acting. JANE CAROL SCHMITTGALL A A erjalnov 106 Mountain View Terrace. En- tered from Spring Glen School. Father: Hillbouse 1922. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1922. Activities: Girl Re- serves 111: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 41: French Club 12, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Singing. I SCHUNIACPIER "H 11-n ki' E E 1x Q m1ETTA PAULTNE vk 617 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 31. Future: Music. Hobby: Roller skating. MARILYN SCHYCON ffpinkyv 194 Hamilton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: French Club 121: Rifle Club 12, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Photography and reading. LUCY NIARIA SCILLIA CILOILI, 337 Blatchley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 121: Tri-Y 121: Field Hockey Team 12, 8, 41: Girl Reserve Inter- Club Council 131: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 13, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: Albertus Magnus Col- lege. Hobby: Sports. DOLORES LORRAINE SEABERG "D-ideen 181 Shelton Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: World Affairs Club 121g Chorus 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing and sports. HARRIET LENORA SEAGAL ul-Iarn 8 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 131: York Square Players 13, 41: junior Red Cross Representative 141. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Swim- ming. BARBARA JEAN SEKOWSKI "Chicky', 22 Pardee Place. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: RiHe Club 121: Archery 12, 3, 41: Ice skating 12, 8, 41: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ESTELLE Rosis SETTE "T0otie" Middletown Avenue, Clintonville. Entered from Prince. Activities: Basketball 121. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Skating. MATULYN Lois SHAFE11 4cLyn1l's: 279 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Clionis 12, 3, 413 Biology Club 121: Motion Picture Club 1213 Spanish Club 141, Chess Club 141: York Square Players 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Music :md stamps. ' Donorny MARY SHANLEY KDOK, 139 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Chonis 1313 York Square Players 141. Fu- ture: State Teachers College. Hobby: Skating. ELIZABETH LORETTA S1-IANLEY K M E .fBetty,, 15 Shelter Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Rifle Club 121g Secretary of Junior Executive Board 131: Class Day Chairman 141: Spanish Club 141, Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ELAINE TIiELlKIA Snnrfrno "El-a-nee" 47 Truman Street. Entered from Truman. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1917. Activities: Swimming 111: Motion Picture Club 11, 2, 8, 41: Dramatic Club 121g Chorus 12, 3, 41: Bad- minton 131: York Square Players 18, 41: French Club 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Music and sketching. AUDREY CHARLOTTE SHAW "Andy" 498 Russell Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: York Square Players 141. Future: Business School. Hobby: Sports. fwwk TEBESA Miuun SHEA "Terry" 571 East Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Skating and drawing. PIELEN FRANCES SHERIN E N 5, UHGF, 615 George Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Hiking 12, 31: Girls' Sports Council 141. Future: Navy Nurse. Hobby: Swimming. ' 'N 'f .viii . V RUTH OLIVIA Summon E A 1, . W , . , 7, "Rutlne" x 5" " ' , N , E aggg 54 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from 1 Troup. Activities: Chorus 12, 413 "1" Spanish Club 141. Future: Business. Hobby: Collecting, reading and .ge f' ' bowling- 1 re Q ifzss1,s,.g?T.n 315 ' 5 N 1- .lar . . , ,, ROSALIE IRENE SHIELDS 'W 1" ..R ,, V ,ZW I ose , l V"'w.,-7,1 64 Starr Street. Entered from Bas- . :' V 'g ' sett. Activities: Orchestra 12, 3, 41: . Chorus 13, 41. Future: Undecided. V, ' , .,. 2-'sr' , "T-yrs-'1 g iv ii? B . . i a . 1' 11" 1 A R5 , ' 'Q ,fff - 1 . rs . is N 1 ii i in if E gl ,.,..5gss r 1 41 ea 4. al , ' F ? x fx I I J at I 5' sim' G srigssf 109 srsfim Hobby: Swimming and skating. GLORIA LAVERNE SI-IIVER 141 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from YVadleigh High School, New York City. Activities: Iunior Execu- tive Board 131. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Tennis. MEIXNA AUDREY SIBLEY B T- cnzwexn 405 Central Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 4Dg Bowling Tournament C315 Archery Tournament CSD: Secretary of Photography Club C4Jg Badmin- ton Champion f4Jg Junior Red Cross Council 14 J . Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. OSEPHINE S IEINIASZKO fi" 'vffi 153 Clay ef. Entered from Fair Haven. vities: Chorus C4J. Future: Nursin Hobby: Skating and dancing. BARBARA ELIZABETH SILVEHIXIAN qu 5, qw f.B0b,, 385 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Listen- ing to music. JoAN SILVEHLIAN qs K A "Ion-nie" 695 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Knitting. JOAN SIMPSON 864 Orange Street. Entered from High School of Music and Art, New York City. Future: College. Hobby: Square and ball room dancing. 33'-v. EL1zABETH SLATER ..BettU,, 225 Washington Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: Undecided. I-Iobhy: Collecting records. IEANNE WVHJTLIAN SLAYTON "Toni" 120 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1919. Mother: I-lillhouse 1919. Activities: Chorus KZ, 3, 41: Rifle Club C4l. Future: American Academy of Dra- matic Arts. Hobby: Skating and shooting. Tieanne Sta. 'NOG JosEPH1NE THERESE SNARSKI ..J0,, 16 Dow Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. LOUISE DOLORES SOABES 187 Alabama Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Basketball. 'bf ' GLORIA MAIUIE: SPERANDEO "Glare" 1059 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus C2, 3, 425 Rifle Club 143. Future: Business College. Hobby: Horseback riding and sleeping. DOROTLIY BEULAH SPRAGUE c:D0t:n 122 Brownell Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Bowling 1415 Bad- minton 141. Future: Secretarial W'ork. Hobby: Photography. CENEVIEVE AGNES STALLINGS Gen 43 Gibbs Street Entered from Bwssctt Future H ill'd1'CS'illlg School Hobby B'Lsketb'1ll BERNICIJ STEINIIART Bemze 140 Ilubmger Street Entered from Sherrd m Aetn 1t1es Iunxor Red Cross Council 131 Gerxnln Club 141 Table TCHIIIS 141 Future Designing Hobby Deslgnmg Clothes X X LUCILLL ANNL STHXIPSON 105 Lomburcl Street Exztered from Fur Haven Activities Bouhng, Tournfunent 191 Jll1110l' Red Cross 13 11 Future College Hobby Su nnmmg 'Incl :cc sk xtiug JANL Louxsn SFOCLWVELL A A lame -10 Elmwood Road Entered from ShLl'lll"lll Actxvitles 1"1eld Hockey Term 13 41 Chorus 13 41 Fu ture College Hobby Sports 'md music .4 1 I S' r 'lu te ef SHIRLEY IRENE STONE "Stoney,' 688 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Second prize winner in Intersorority English prize examination 131g York Square Players 141. Future: Minister. Hobby: Baseball. A Gd 'ivan-si . WW m LonnA1N1: STRONA 78 Cherry Ann Street Entered from Bassett Future Cadet Nurse Corps Doms BLOSSOIXI STUINIPI' Dorey 540 Whitney Avenue Entered from West Haven High School tivltres Motion Picture Club 'P Twble Tenms Tournament 121 O chestra 121 Spanish Club 141 Fu ture University of I'c1msylvaux'x Hobby Dmcxng NIABY ELIZABETH SULLIVAN U 1981 Wlnlley Avenue Entered from Sheridan Activities Bowling 191 Future Cadet Nurse Corps Hobby Skatmg 'md dancmg PEARL SUBPBENANT Izmmy 144 Cedu Hill Avenue Entered from Farr Haven Activities Rifle Club 121 Motlon Picture Club 121 Chorus 19 3 41 Sentlnel Busl ness Board 131 Glrl Reserves 13 41 Exchange manager of Sentinel 141 Future Nursing Hobby Read mg and bicycle riding rr sr ' , . E : . ' . . xx . fe . F 1 r. . E , .. w L ' -. X ' ig: H e ' B w ll - -- af s 1 - - ff n s K I . ,-, E ,S Q s - . - . Ac- ., . - - 1 . , -I z . . . 1-1 ' . . . 1 - 9 1'- H 1 3 . . . e - ' ' . - . . . : -. . ' ,,, 2 ' e 1.1 e , - .' - , ' - 1 D 5 H E . ' - 1 . : 1 ' . 1 JE H . ' Je!-I' n w E ry m r W 3,'-Wg.. err 1' f' 1 1 - x wwf- s- i J ...JJ E E E, , -' " H m wr .7 . . K 1. H X H S Z K N ' 1 x . H 41 ' 1 ' s ' ' ' -4: r ' I A 1 , . .. 3 - '. . - z , f . ' ' 1: . - : .,. .. . : 3 . " ' . ' - 2 ' . e : ' 4 . e V f - .. ' ,. :. H H' , f. rw.: .. -: , gr ff . n F 1 ' ' ' Q vi . ,. M ' E R . ' ' 4: W T sf ng xt: ' P B t -' r E T Q ' . ra A .. yr' ' 'V . . , H -, ., 4' , ,:5g:.:::.,.:-"' H P . . , ' ' ' ' . - me 1 :-:ra:a':-:A N . . ff 1 ' U ' 9 s 9 - , - - -ww ::: -:- 'a:5f.f.f5::':2::1-' wr ,. E E ll Y E E 5 y Q 2 E .sr 1 H W YE e F. E sri .. . U : . 1 . : . fl 12: s N r s r 1 4 4 . f e ss . : ' . : . - ' aw H ee, E 'wa , .- if-.. F ' ' ' ' -.5-:LY 4. .5 -if -I . W-,:,.,-,,.?El--L - -itz: as JL - ,f'-,ilnjs W ,gf 1 . r . el H f NIARTHA SVVAIN B T- "Martyn 70 Hoxve Street. ' tered from wiiuanf s 1' High School, Penns nia ' ities: Chorus 43, Players UU: Bowl- : 441. Fu ire: College. Hobby: Music. 'IUDITH MIRIABI TALCOTT ccjudyv 1529 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1921. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Water front activities and music. JEAN MARION TARR ul-,ary 93 Fort Hale Road. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 12, 3, 4Jg Swimming 141: Senior Execu- tive Board f4Jg Chorus f4J. Fu- ture: Business College. Hobby: Ice skating. IAYNE TAYLOR -31 Young Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus CZJ: Hiking IBD. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming. RUTH SUMNEII TAYLOR "Rufus" 189 Concord Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Roller skating. A-ww, .VN ,, 'R-EZ QM 'HSN . 3. 4w'.f'x ' 1 , 1, ,. nil Y J..,,- agar nv .Y it isa ' 112 PATRICIA ALICE TEACHOUT ffpatv 106 Mansfield Street. Entered from Lyndon Institute, Vermont. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Photography. MARJORIE LOUISE TIHRELI. "Margic,' Chestnut Ridge, Orange. Entered from Orange Grammar School. Fu- ture: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Barn dancing and piano. AUROLEY EILEEN TOLINIEI rroryw 873 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling 125. Future: College. Hobby: Roller skating. NOHA RIMA TOPLITSKY 4:1-,oppern ' 922 Howard Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 142. Future: University of Mexico. Hobby: 4 Horseback riding. J Berry ANN TILEICHEL ffBett,, 56 Hillside Place. Entered from VVorthington Hooker. Activities: Rille Club ill: Latin Club fill: Dramatic Club 122: Table Tennis Champion Q2, 3, 4,5 Junior Bowling Champion C325 Motion Picture Club f4D. Fu- ture: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Table Tennis and bowling. GLORIA THELIXTA 'lrum' Trzppze 36 Sylvan Avenue Fntcrtd from Truman Actrvxtres Hork Squ'1re Playere Q41 Future Art School Hobby Ice skfumg md roller skut mg MIM1 CONSTANCI: VALENZA 111 D A 620 Ellsu orth Avenue Entered from The C itew my Activities Chorus K3 4J Future Lflrson Burr new College Hobby Mumc 'incl singing YOLANDL Tnnnnsn VxNAs:,1 Frenchie 114 Lumberton Street Ilntelul from Trum m Futura Ilurtford Ilospitwl Hobby Swxnumug OLGA FnANc1:s Al'ty.NIxA GJ P Rus 59 NV1n r Trurnamhj trvrtrea lub C22 ggi!! ck y Tel 3 47 V le B111 Ioxm 9 SJ Chorus 3 41 Grrls SportKCounc.11C" Captain of Basket ll ,l'e'1nf C2 SJ Sw1mn1mgkATe'1n1 3 S Hilary Spanish C1 Qi. 'ls Day om mlttee 14D Basketbull President off Girls S oLu1c1l f4J Future Umvus of Conncc tlcut Hobby Spo ANTOINETTE ELIZABETH Vrscu fb E A ' Toni 8 Douglws Avenue. Enterectfrom Fair Haven. Activities: Spinislr Club 441. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Horsebick riding. L- QE' qi- 3:4 PASQUALINA VECE ll 727 State Street Entered from Columbus Future Nursing Hobby Skating LORBAINE DOLORES VELARDI Lam, SO Bussett Street Entered from Bassett Future Undecided Hobby Dincrng 'md roller skating Rfxrruz VELLECA Rae 130 Ivy Street Entered from Columbue Future Business Hobby Skating MAHY MADLYN VILLANI OOch 202 Foster Street Entered from Worthington Hooker Future College Hobby Art JEAN ELIZABETH WALKER 40 Ashmun Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. Hobby: B1sketb'xl1 und art. PATRICIA ANN WALSH :Im A E ffpatv 103 Davis Street. 'Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus C2, 8, 41. Future: Business School. Hobby: Music. JUDITH WEINSTEIN ffludyv 48 judwin Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: I-Iilllmuse 1916. Activities: Motion Picture Club C21: Spanish Club C41. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Playing piano and bowling. PAUL1NE MERLE WELENSKY "Paul" 169 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: President of Biology Club C215 Red Cross Knit- ting Club C21: German Club C41. Future: Penn State College. Hobby: Collecting snapshots. JANE IHENE WHALEN K M E KBTOOIWD 68 West Rock rue. Entered from I heridan. ities: S.A.B. C21: ie Club :Chorus C3, 41: Swim i g C 1 ntersorority Council C415 u'i1e Board of "Elm Tree" C41. Fu re: Colby junior College. Hobby: rinking cokes. Louise HURLBUT WILCOX "BlondieD 63 Downing Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Spanish Club C41. Future: Navy Nurse. Hobby: Roller skating. 51, 'X it .v--r 1 v'nlO' Nh, 5' '02 if'.:': If :C In .:. ' C Q iii -il" is 114 BP! gm W for ROSEBIARIE LUCIENE VVRIGLEY K M E "VViggle.s" 270 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Racing winner of Skating Club C21: Chorus C2, 3, 41: Girls' Sports Council CZ, 3, 41: Ice Skating Club C31. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Ice skating and dancing. VIRGINIA ANNE YVBINN "Gini" 258 Nicoll Street. Entered from XVorthingt0n Hooker. Activities: XYZ Club C21g Secretary of WVorld Affairs Club C21: Junior Executive Board C31: Senior Executive Board C41. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Music. b'lABGAI'tET Lns1.iAN YAROSH "LiZZ' - Orange, Connecticut. Entered from Orange Grammar School. Activities: "Gleam,' Art Board C21g RiHe Club C21. Future: Modeling. Hobby: Swimming and music. lVlARGUERITE ANN YULO "Marge,' 19 Rosette Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Latin Club C215 Photography Club C4 1 : Wcirld Affairs Club C41. Future: Cadet Nurse Corps. Hobby: Reading and dancing. NIARLE GRACE ZAIVLPANO "Honey,' 120 Hemlock Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus CS, 41: Spanish Club C41. Future: Skid- more. Hobby: Designing and sports. NICIIOL fxs lVlICI-I XEL AFEL rm A GJ II N wk 487 Clmpel Street Entered from Columbus Future Muslc Hobby Sports ANTHONY AIELLO Tomy 77 Ellxott Street Entered from Troup Tuture Army Hobby Sports FRLDEMCR ALLEN A fb Q x c Awenue Entered cn Actwrtres Tnter 'Ilermty C 1011 I3 43 Prom Com mittee CID Future College Hobby Ddncmg ANDRLW ANTHON1 ALIA'I1'tUDA Ab 949 Ferry Street Entered from Fur H'1ven Future Undecxclecl Hobby Sports NICHOLAS Amromo N :ck 96 VVooster Stltet Entered from Columbus Future College IIobb3 Sports az. VINCENT JAMES AINIOBE Vm 43 Houston Street Entered from 1"'ur I-I'wen Actrvxhes SAB 121 Cheerleader C3 42 Future 1Na obby Football ARTHUR FREDERICK ANDERSON Indum I-Ixll Road Orlnge Entered from Orwuge Center Gr'1mm'u- School Future Navy Arr Corps Hobby M1ner'1l collecting EDW SRD CARL ANDERSON Andy 696 Russell Street Entered from Farr Haven Future Undecrded EDWIN GUQTAF ANDERSON Eddre G08 Russell Street Entered from r'111'I'I'lVCTl Future College Hobby Desrgnrug leroplanes CHARLES EDWARD ANDREW 235 Sherrn 111 Avenue Entered from Central Hlgh School Nev- Ier sey Left before gradwxhon JosEPH SEBASTIAN ANNINO "Flash" 269 View Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Track Team C2, SJ: Cross Country Track Team 13, 47: Co-captain of Track Team 141. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. VINCENT FRANK APICELLA "chick" 538 Howard Avenue. Entered from West Haven. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Aeroplanes. Entered United States Army Air Corps. FREDERICK ARAK "Fredv 1593 Chapel Street. Entered from DeWitt Clinton High School. Ac- tivities: Aeronautics Club C3 Q g Spanish Club 141: Soccer Team 447. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Aeronautics. GEORGE GAETANO ARDITO K I II lfslimif 24 Prince Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Football KS, 42. Future: College. Hobby: Piano ac- cordion. VINCENT CARL ARPAIA uvini, 242 County Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. new N, ww.. 'n iz., 1 :JV a , 1,1 , , '-,nf :-If .1 1 in ' ,. - --ex ' Q N v' w f. 'JH if 1 wi R i ggi' l-52,171 ' 'gy' 143 .H :gn Q., f."fi' J', ,,. :sig Y ,I55l"',.L H 3.5,:.y:'f.-fb' 517 ii, 1 Q f v .aims 1-.1 ALBERT LOUIS AUGUSTINE ..Van,. 11 Vemon Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.B. CLD. Fu- ture: Army Air Corps, Hobby: Sports and music. ARTHUR VVILLIAIVI BAILEY 43 A:-:dress Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business. XVALLACE :EDYVARD BAILEY, IR. ..Lefty,, 201 Spring Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: To further education. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT WESLEX' BAKER KfB0l77J 329 Newlmll Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Service. Hobby: Sports. MALCOLNI Woon BALDVVIN "Farmer" , Race Brook Road, NVoodbridge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School. Activities: S.A.B. QI, 215 Rifle Club 442: Senior Executive Board 143. Future: Farmer. ROBERT ALEXANDEH BANKS 42 Southwest Drive. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. DAVID NORMAN BAPTIE Dave 59 Morns Avenue Entered from Farr Haven ActIv1tIes Bwslsetbmll C23 Future Army Hnbbv Sports DONATO CHARLES BARm1.nO Da my 68 IETPODY Street Enteled from Falr Haven Actrvxhes Tumor Red Cross Rrlxef C235' sst Mnxmger of Football Team C 3 Wxnter Track C3 43 Spring TI'lClx C3 43 Co manager of Football Team C43 Chess Club C43 Elm Tree Board C43 Future Army Axr Corps Hobby Sports ROBERT GEORGE B XRON A ill Q Bo 41 Wrlhrd Street Enlered from SherIcl'm 1":1tbeI 1'Illlh0llS0 1916 ActIvIt1ew Rule Club C93 Football C2 3 43 BIsLetb'1llTe'1nI C9 3 43 B'1seb'IlITeam C0 3 43 Inter fraternlty Councrl C43 Future Col lege Hobby Sports LOUIS BASEL Lou 991 Stale Street Entered from l"aIr Haven ACtlVltl8S Chemxstry Club C43 Chess Club C43 Future Yale Hobby Sports :Intl model W r ' ' fl q tl bulldmg I is 1 e gig rl View 35514211 ROBERT ANTHONY BELENARDO "SIz01'ty,' 16 Jefferson Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: College. Hobby: Stamps. WILLIAM BERNARD BERGEN i 1288 State Street Entered from Farr Haven Mother Hxllhouse 1917 ACtlVltlCS Orchestra C2 83 Band C2 33 Future Navy V 5 Hobby Avntlon GRANT LEWIS BEHGER 400 Ellsworth Avenue Entered from Troup Actrvrtzes Basketball Te'1rn C2 3 43 Iurnor Executwe Board C33 Semor Executzve Board C43 Future College Hobby Sports SEYINIOUR BERGER A P 2 40 Truman Street Entered from Truman Actwrtles S A B C 1 3 B nd C2 S 43 Orchestra C23 Jumor Executwe Board C33 Future ollege Hobby Musxc DARIO FRANK BEENABUCCI Dot 74 SlXfll Street Entered from Commercral ActIvItIes Football C23 Baseball C93 Future Undeclded Hobby Sports and smgmg Entered Umted States Army ARNOLD LOER BILGORE "Arnie" 221 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Central High School, New York. Activities: "Gleam" Editorial Board 147: Class Day Committee 1435 Class Prophet 141. Future: Colum- bia-Medicine. Hobby: Writing. JOHN GEORGE Bouzoucos ffjackv 131 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: French Club 12, 41: Football Team 131: Swimming Team 143. Future: Massachusetts In- stitute of Technology. Hobby: Swim- ming. ARTHUR :HENRY BORSIOK ffATt,, 26 Ley Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Hunting, fishing and horseback rid- ing. RICHARD FRANCIS BOYNE, IR. ccDick:: 138 Liberty Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Cheer leader 13J. Future: Navy. Hobby: Football and swimming. Entered United States Navy. ERNEST JOHN BRANDOLIN1 "Emien 284 Willow Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 11, 22. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. RICHARD ALBERT BRAY rfDiCk,i Highland Avenue, Cheshire. En- tered from Humiston Grammar School. Activities: Rifle Club 141: Junior Red Cross 142: "Gleam" Edi- torial Board 14J. Future: Military Service. Hobby: Aeronautics. RONALD EDNVABD BRENNAN ..R0n,, 126 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer 122: Touch football 123. Future: Navy. Hobby: Farming. Entered United States Navy. ALFRED JOSEPH BBIGANTE "B-rigaclief' 382 Lexington Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. TI'IEODORE LOUIS BRISTOL, III ..Ted,, 165 Tokeneke Drive, North Haven . Activities: Manager of Hockey Team 123: Junior Executive Board 13 jg "Glenna" Editorial Board 145. Future: College. NIARSHALL STACEY BROWVN "Brownie" 38 Avon Street. Entered from Wortliixigtorm Hooker. Father: Hill- house 1903. Mother: Hillhouse 1905. Activities: Hockey Team 11, 2, SJ: Football Team 12, SJ: Chess Club 147. Future: College and aviation. Hobby: Model building and coin collecting. WILLIAM ELIWER BROWN "Bill" 52 Dickernian Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and music. IVIILTON BROWVNSTEIN A P E "M0use,' Sl. Elliott Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Bnsketball 125. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. ANTI-1oNY BUEMI "S o1my" 63 Stevens Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Bowling Club 421: Soccer Team fill. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. VVILLIAMI BOYLE BULLER "Bill,' S12 Skiff Street, North Haven. Entered from Spring Glen Grammar School. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Golf and fishing. ARNOLD JAMES BURACK Y A cp "Arn" 46 Fairfield Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Soccer Team C235 Track Team f3J. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. . .. 1 ' :E Q ... ::'....2 'T ' lime 11:-Q nf' r ' iff. WYE P Y i -::":'ee 13. ,jic'5r A ' e ,gH..'f::t .3 nisreiig . : 4.11-A. midi Q: ': -311G'1:',:'gf3::I ,. V?f:g'lifE'QI:. fm- l 1-Jli ' - Eh' - X A :Y i ' .-as -x :cg 1--,-:ities :za -' ' X .--- T 111 .,,L. : 119 EUGENE PAUL BURIAN "Duke" 22 Tyler Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer Team 123. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Roller skating. ALBERT SAMUEL Busx uAZv 65 Kelsey Avenue, West Haven. Entered from Commercial. Future: Navy. Hobby: Fishing and hunting. JOHN VLNCENT CACACE 624 WVoodward Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Hunting. I1w1Nc Iosnvu CALECI-IMAN ulkev 105 Davis Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Band 12, 31: World Affairs Club CSD. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and swim- ming. FRANK DONTALD CALISTRO A C9 II cccalv 414 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Ilmior Executive Board 137: Chorus 437: Orchestra 142: Band f4D. Future: Music pro- fession. Hobby: Listening to records. Entered United States Army. VINCENT MAURO CANGIANO scvinnysx 197 Wallace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy V-5. Hobby: Football. JOSEPH PATRICK CANNY 100 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: junior Ex- ecutive Board f3jg Junior Red Cross 141. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Marine Corps. IERONIE Enwm CAPLAN Y A :ID rvewyv 175 West Park Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Tennis Team 12, 3, 41: York Square Players CS, 45: Manager of Swimming Team C473 Chemistry Club UQ. Future: Busi- ness College. Hobby: Sports and music. ANDREW BENJAMIN CAPPELLA "Babe" 24 Franklin Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. ALPHONSE CAPPIELLO, IR. HAZ., ' 122 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: Army. Hobby: Electricity. I tl Q Do WUZJSMO CA If f.D0 I 23 Thom I Street. Entered from Ian ' igh School, New York. F e: Navy. Hobby: Sports und music, NICPIOLAS CARONE CtNiCkD 93 Putnam Street. Entered from Prince. Future: Navy. Hobby: Roller skating. Entered United States Navy. CHRISTOPHER' JAMES CARR "Christy" 26 Grannis Place. Entered from Fair" Haven. Activities: Basketball 127. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Nuvy. MATTHEW JOSEPH CARRANO ' ..DOc,, 155 Lloyd Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football C2-D. Future: Doctor. Hobby: Stamps. I REAL CWA T or AS HENRY CASEY A I E W aT01l'L,, 'xg lD?1fYN 449 Central Avenue. En red from Sheridan. Activities: Track Team f4Jg Interfraternity Council f4J. Future: United States Marines. Hobby: Sports. BAHTHOLOJKIEYV FRANCIS CMO A G II Bart 104 Sylvan Avenue Entered from Prmce ACtlV1t1CS Interfrxternrty Councml C3 45 Chorus C45 Semor Executrve Board 143 Future Nfwy Arr Corps Hobby Sports 'md art VICTOR CARL CASSELLA K I TI tc runfn Ach ltr u 1 29 IM, te xty Bdsketb Team 37 mnxl Club fiinrggrmffggxnxnrtlee 445 ,rin fm y Carmen 445 Int fnhfify Football Team 449 Futu e College Hobby Sports 9 Allmg Street Enter cl from K HAHVFX CEDARBAUIW 232 Illlsvsorth Avenue Entered from Troup Actrvxtxes Touch Foot bfmll 125 Trick Te'1m U7 Sl Sen tmel Edxtorml Board C3 41 Cross Country Track Team 145 I'ulure Medlcmc Hobby Atrophnu 'md cartography PETER ANTHONY CWV1: Cew 26 S'1ltonst'xll AK enue 11ntere1.l from Farr H wen Future N avg Hobby Sports ALEXANDER JOHN CIIAPMAN 19 Shelton Avenue Entered from Bassett Future Tlymg Hobby Avxatxon 'md druvmg Entered Umted St1tes Army An' Corps JACK STANLEY CHASIN Sport 114 Townsend Avenue Entered from Wbrtlungton Hooker Actrvxtres WVorlcl Atfozrs Club C25 lfuture Army Arr Corps Hobby Avmhon ANTHONY CIARLONI Doc 110 Columbus Avenue Entered from Prmce ACtlV1tlES Itmlmn Club J 1"uture, Army Arr Corps Hobby Chemlstry NICHOLAS ANCBLO COASSIN K I II Nzckze 804 Columbus Avenue Entered from Truman ACTIVIYIGS Track 111 S AB C93 'lumor Erecutrve Board 133 Interfvxternxty Basketbwll CBJ Semor Erceeutxve Board Q41 Inter frfxtermty Football Q41 Future Col lege Hobby 'Sports ROBERT JAMES Col: Coe 157 I"ouut.un Street Entered from Sher1d'm Future Army Hobby Art NIALCOLLI Inv1NC Co1n:N M11 39" Orange Street Entered from Wortlxxngtoxr Hooker Ffxther Hnll house 1919 Mother Hlllhouse 1919 Actlvltxes Chess Club ill Trench Club CBJ future Yale Urnversrty Hobby Hlstorxcnl reseorch WILLIAM MORRIS COHEN "Pinocchio" 80 Stevens Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball Team C2, 3, 41. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. ANTHONY PASQUALE COLANDREA :ffl-'Onyx 105 West Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. IIERVEY COLE 25 Valley Place. Entered from Chapman Technical High School, New London. Activities: Football C41. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Naval Re- serve. KENNETH ROBB COLEMAN cfKen:: 5 Maplewood Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: President of Sophomore Hi-Y C215 Spanish Club C 415 Correspondent for the New Haven Register C41. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Photography. PATRICK JOSEPH COLLERAN rcpatv 19 Ridgewood Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Junior Red Cross C215 Movie Operators Club C2, 31: Aero Club C315 Spanish Club C415 York Square Players C415 Photography Club C41. Future: College. Hobby: Radio. H5 --T ,i if i-' ne . JE ' Ji 1... 5, . H -:cus sz,- , .. .fs I 4. - 'X --,,. .,,. . 1 5, j f is gs -ri I l .3 12 ARTHUR SAIMIUEL COLLEY .fArt,, 19 English Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Cross Coun- try Track Team C31. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Sports and reading. EDVVARD PIOOKER COLTON A A 2 KEEP, Rimmon Road, 'SVoodbridge. En- tered from WVoodbridge Center School. Activities: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board C3, 41. Left before graduation. PHILIP TI-IOIMAS COLWELL "Phil,' 999 YVha1ley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Swimming C21: Basketball C313 Junior Red Cross C413 Chorus C41. Future: Naval Academy. Hobby: Radio. DONALD ROBERT CONE c:Don:: 412 Norton Parkway. Entered from Troup. Activities: Band C2, 3, 413 Orchestra C3, 41: Spanish Club C41. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Music. JOHN JAMES CONNOLLY ..JHck,. 361 Howard Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Model Aeroplanes and swim- ming. Entered United States Navy. L ROY ALLEN Coorc Cookze 185 Dover Street Entered from Fur H'1ven Actrvxtxes Track Chorus 141 Future Arms Hobby Campmg BENIAINIIN JOHN COQENZA Ben 89 Rosette Street Entered from Bassett Actrvmes Baseball UP ture College Hobby Sports Ar. TI-IONY ANDREYV Cozzr Tony 187 Frurfield Street Entered from Shendun Future College Hobby Sports ALLAN FRANK CREMIN 20 Whnlley Avenue Entered from Troup ACf1V1tleS French Club C9 47 Tuture College Hobby Musxc ANTHONY CRISAFI Curley 890 Crt scent Street Entered from Troup Actxvztles Italian Club Future Amry Arr Corps Hobby Baseball Q W-,KW WZ e R i 5,5 are-' iw -NP! +W- 535 rf-'.f"4 , . " 155' as 12 3 ,,,0-efiff-f1'f 6oo j 396 Sherman Avenue Entered from Troup Father I-Illlhouse 1919 ACf1V1tlGN Concert Master of Or chestrfx C 45 Orchestra C31 Truck Team 141 Future An' Corps and college Hobby Muslc 'md sports lHoM,xs FRANCIS CBOTTX Tom 196 Hobart Street Entered from Troup Entered Urutecl Stfttes N'xvy DONALD WALTER CROYVLEY Head 31 Wrlhs Street Entered from Bassett Mother Hlllhouse 1918 ALtlVlf16S French Club I '71 Fu ture Anny Hobby Model aero planes ALBERT ANDREWV CULLEN Buddy 118 Vaew Street Entered from Brmford Hrgh School future Un clecrded Hobby Roller skatmg XIVILLIAIVI ROBERT CURLEY I' A 'I' 'L 129 Hubrnger Street Entered from Sh9l'lCl'lll Actrvmes S AB Q91 Presldent of Jumor Chss QBQ jxuuor Executrve Board KSJ Preszdent of Semor C1195 C41 Co clrurman of Iunxor Red Cross Council C41 Senlor Executive Bonrd Q41 Future Army Au' Corps Hobby Sports W ' ' ss ' Z..:.. 6- . , E ' 1 ' l cc . v " ' ,,,.,.Q:I- 2:5 - si! H . gy .. H H Q . , , - ' 1 ' z 9 ' ' . . . . . -f is 4 -'s S 5 . . . . : ' C4 lg . . , . . . . , . l ' ' . 1 c ,.. WZ., ' ll " 'ff' , , I . 3 A ' , ,ff I , ., A 7 ' .1 n 5- .2 - .. M' sl .:. ff 5:3 , n an "z 5' Y flu., . ff H B54 I " ' 3-: : as 4- I -,,:.g::,: .,. .. E V H , - ' ' ' r M - -, 37s ' fit .,.,.,.,., .. Basketball C2 jg Football 145. Fu- Q rf gh .II H E E 4 , ' ' ' " jf? - 1, 4 L 4?":f'3f1 gg ., .575 era l '.. . , I ' ,: 'ru Q3 ,j, f. ' - V. 'ss 'JJ-X 7 'tl .- if-if - e , - f 5 - w ff , - f . n ' 53 . gg ri T 4 V88 s if 2, . ff M E N W , H . M .R ss P fag E , , . ' , 4 - 2 2 1 s r H - G ' . . E .X s . ,. A . ' . ' : . : H H H s, . . f ' ' ' H ' . : .. . ' - ,-I l K- - Q Q E . s H . H ff ,, Y s QE -1 H 1 gg Q g s yr xr V Z? , S is sl s . I . I -' a rr - 11 V " . ' 1 ft H I , ' L ' . 4 : - . . . , . 1 -X ff . v ' E Egg li s . . 2 H s B ll s . 5 H H ' ff ,, . 5 H E - . J .. . ' ' . . ' ' ' ': . . . .. : 4. . ' V - - I . . . . . ' ' A ' S . , . 121. H E A. - 5 .- ' : . : s - , - s w - ' 4 1 ' 1 ' , . 5 ' ' ' 1 . ' : WALLACE YFHOLIAS Cuanuzn "Wally" 43 Valley Street. Entered from Sheridan. Entered United States Navy. JOHN RAYMOND Cuzzocmzo A O II "Cuzzie" Orange Avenue, West Haven Entered from Orange Center School. Activities: Technical Radio 112. Fu- ture: Trade School. Hobby: Sports and woodworking. SALVATORE ANTHONY D'AMATo as tuvnpv 196 Greene Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Navy. Hobby: Raising homing pigeons. DONALD SKINNEH DAVIDSON KGDaDeD ' 271 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Father: I-Iillhouse 1917. Mother: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: French Club 1225 Chorus 142: Rifle Team 142. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Radio experimenting. OBIE DAVIS 'Q A 60 Hurlburt Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: "Sentinel" Busi- ness Board 13, 423 Interfraternity Teams 13, 42: Intex-fraternity Coun- cil 13, 42. Future: Connecticut Col- lege of Pharmacy. Hobby: Music. 'RICHARD EDWARD DAVIS A 2 K "Dick', 196 YVilIard Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. 122: Chorus 142. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Photography. its as LEROY ANTHONY DEFRANCES ::Leen 25 Parker Place. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Biology Club 122: Hockey 122. Future: Fordham College. I-lobby: Athletics. RUSSELL JOHN DELAUBELL "Buss" 605 Sherman Parkway. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Band 122: Orchestra 12, S, 42. Future: Service. Hobby: Music and sports. LOUIS FnANc1s DELUCA ::L0 uv 44 Second Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 122: Chorus 142. Future: College. Hobby: Painting. JOSEPH MARION DEMAIO crI0ev 9 Wliite Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Chorus 13, 42. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports and music. FRANCIS EDWARD DEMARSEILLES "Frenchie" 127 Ward Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Navy. Hobby: Hockey and football. JAIVIES JOSEPH DEMPSEY "Buddy" 76 Stuyvesant Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Foot- ball 12, 41: Basketball 131: "Elm Tree" Editorial Board 141: Senior Executive Board 141. Entered United States Marine Corps. ANTHONY FRANCIS DENEGRE, Jn. A 09 I1 aDeG.n 47 NVillard Street. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Football 12, S, 41: Basket- ball 12, 3, 41: Baseball 12, 31. Fu- ture: VVilliam and Mary College. Hobby: Sports and singing. Entered United States Army. EDWARD DYVIGHT DENEGBE 17 Ashland Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Orchestra 121. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and music. JOHN EDVVAHD DENIS "Baldy" 685 Congress Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track 141. Future: College or Air Corps. Hobby: Sports and hunting. ge.: -I f- Q' ,., B. A e -. I- 4 x 4 me 4 Q jj ' 5 ll. Q.. f Liv 955 :J .l . ' lane ...L I - - . ' fm, I 31115 "X -' , , 1 534: ,.-'::'..1E- ei Ha. ie.-ti-fee-e-:-f.'. F ., X C. 525 r - ?1.!.a. :. L S1 if an ,glph ::: II- 1: 5 " :-1:52 g.. ' A 4 f JE.:-:JP-N : -' ' ' W' " 'i' 5- l. ' ' . 'Z1,fflFj'Fi,, M.-, . :M ,. LZSAS: If sl 'ff"5'tl""f15"f-5 . ' . 7 35 125 .. i 6, 1 e l H 4? M .. KZQE . . ss at if I A "W 5 . X www.. .Eff L : 1 1 r. . 1 w A ,.5:,..,...,,:..im. , dwf. ,eng RUSSELL LELAN DERAGON "Russ" 723 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: S. A. B. 121: llVOfld Affairs Club 121: French Club 12, 41: Junior Executive Board 1315 Senior Executive Board 141: Prom Committee 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Music. ANTHONY CANDIDO DESILVIS acronym' 70 Admiral Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Junior Executive Board 131: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. WALTER DOINIINICK DIANN1 "Buzz" 70 Ivy Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Junior Red Cross 131: World Affairs Club 13, 41. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports and reading. Josnmr SALvATom: DIBHINO oe AI ,, . 108 Han' nStr e rom Fair Havei e ed Forces ob : Spo ts. STANLEY CHARLES D1cKHoLTz "Stan" 578 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: Navy. Hobby: Airplane modeling. Iosevu FIIANOIS DIETLE ajoev 60 Stephan Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Victory Corps 131. Future: Doctor. NATHAN ANTHONY DIFRANCESCO A QD II "Nate', 168 Huntington Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Inter- fraternity Council 18, 41: "Gleam" Editorial Board 13, 41: Italian Club 131: Spanish Club 1415 Bowling Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music and sports. FREDEIUC RAPHAEL DIGIOIA "F1'itz', 234 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: Dental College. Hobby: Sports. PIIILLIP NIICHAEL DIGLIO uDig,, 236 Newlmll Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Class Gift Com- mittee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Collecting swing and jazz records. BERNARD ALMOND DILLON "Mouse'? 17 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup . Future: Construction Engi- neer. Hobby: Sports. 12 NICIiOL1XS CARh'IEN DILUNGO "'M1fl,ge" 685 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 31. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports and music. NLLRTIN JOSEPH DINNEEN 103 Ivy Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Business. Hobby: Boxing and swimming. DONIXLD NIICIIAEI.. DINUZZO "Donn 61 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Marines. Hobby: Sports. VVILLIAINI EDWVIN DOHERTY "Bill" 142 Fairfield Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Cross Country Track Team 141: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. TI-IOMAS NIATTI-IEW DOLAN 2 X P "Tommy" 115 Emerson Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Hockey Team 141: Editor-in-chief of "Elm Tree" 1415 Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. FREDERICK LINCOLN DOOLITTLE Cheshire, Connecticut. Entered from Humiston School. Activities: Phi Beta Prize 121: Ass't Art Editor of "Gleam,' C2lg Rifle Club CSD: "Glenm" Art Board 141. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. ANTHIJNY DRfXICCHIO 79 XVashington Avenue. Entered from Prince. Activities: Swimming C273 Varsity indoor and outdoor track C2, SJ: Chorus 141. Future: Navy. Hobby: Music, poetry, nrt and sports. JOHN JAINIES DUNN, JR. 34 Vllilson Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Baseball CZ, 8, 41. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. RUSSELL JOSEPH DWYER "Rui, 31 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Entered United States Navy. ARTHUR VVILLIAIXI E1sELE HAH., 47 Bellevue Road, Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Tennis fill, Hockey Team 12, BJ: Soccer C2Jg Senior Executive Board C454 Prom Committee f4j. Future: Marines. Hobby: Aeronautics and drawing. JOHN FREDERICK ENGELHART I' A NI! flEng3Y 139 Starr Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Track 1215 Hockey 12, 3, 45: Class Gift Chair- man CAD. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. VVILLIALI KEANE ENGLISH ..BiU,, 320 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Merchant Marine. WILBUR WALTER ESDAILE "Speecl,' 249 Goffe Street. Entered from Troup, Activities: Basketball Team 42, S, 41: Soccer KS, 4b. Future: Undecided. ALEXANDER Esrfosiro KAI., 222 Hallock Avenue. Entered from Truman. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. GERAHNAL BRUNO ESPOSITO "Danny" 176 Hamilton Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Marine Corps. Hobby: Swimming. LEONARD ESTRA "Lenny" 349 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club 1215 Motion Picture Club 1215 Touch Football 121: World Affairs Club 141: "Gleam" Business Board 141. Future: Business. Hobby: Auto motoring. ALVIN LOUIS EVANS M E NAV, 159 Howard Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chess Club 1215 Spanish Club 1214 Interfra- ternity Council 13, 41. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Basketball. ELMER FRANK EVARTS 62 Trumbull Street. Entered from Troup. Left before graduation. ALBERT F AGAN qw B "Hama" 105 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Honorable mention in English prize examination 1313 Interfratemity Council 141. Future: Navy. Hobby: Music. JOSEPH F EINMAHK A 635 Howard Avenue. Entered from Commercial. Entered United States Navy. A '22 252251 , uv i f t :S - - . -. x ,..C75i5 ef I . Q 1 I, U Nil -gi 'Q nhl' L . L .. . i'5"' -Z-' g:7:fi.5',E:: '12 g:Q:21.:Ei:' 222:21 X " 'f " " ' 1' 3,1'Q1j:--:':::.-fm, . Ge - :al 1 xx' ,J , Q We 5 . , . . , - ,f 4,141 5 . ' 'Eff' 4 a ml f iii K 1 ' f'yfC":f"if?4 X QQ N: If w 'inf gflihl ce. It ff a'fl"f ' N ie :ww I lk . ,..1 ,-- 1,..Q:n..-g,.,f.:.-,.- ... ,,.,.,,. Q, -Q' t .A.::..::w.-- . - . . -,,, . .,., .W ., -- -14.1 1.1-4u.:.'-::.b..:-.-'-:- Rx- -fs- 12 RICHARD Nonn FELDLIAN M 3 "Dick" 409 Fountain Street. Entered from Sheridan. Father: I'Ii1ul0l'lSS 1915. Activities: Touch Football 1214 Treasurer of Spanish Club 141. Fu- ture: University of Pennsylvania. Hobby: Sports. JOSEPH JERONIINIO FERNANDES "Ger0nfimo', 54 Liberty Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Bowling 13, 41. Future: Marine Air Corps. Hobby: Sports and hunting. ANDREW FRANCIS FEHRARO aB U rv S5 YVheeler Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling Team 1315 Captain Bowling Team 141: Track Team 141. Future: Naval Air Corps. Hobby: Bowling. EIJWVARD VVILLIABI Fnnrmno . uged., 163 Lloyd Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Anny Signal Corps. Hobby: Swing and classical records. Left before graduation. ANTHONY JOSEPH Fnrmo "Tonya 297 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Baud 12, 3, 415 Orchestra 12, 81. Future: Musi- cian. Hobby: Music. JOSEPH EDWVARD FINNEGAN E X P NCHA 68 Trumbull Street. Entered from Fair I-Iaven. Activities: Swimming 121: Baseball 121: French Club 121: Football 12, 3, 413 "Elin Tree" Business Board 141. Future: Service. Hobby: Sports. ABRAHABII F151-1 "Fish" 51 Day Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: WVOrld Affairs Club 12, 41: German Club 12, 3, 41: 'KGl8Hl1l,, Editorial Board 13, 41: Spelling team in Community Chest Program 131. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Bowling, baseball and reading. JAAIES MICHAEL FITZGERALD 'gFit73n 16 Lilac Street. Entered from Bassett. Future:. College. Hobby: Sports. IOHN IVIICHAEL FITZGERALD "F i tzyv 506 Huntington Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.B. 121. Future: Civil Service Job. Hobby: Baseball. EDNVARD KINGDON FLANAGAN .fEd,, 40 Huhinger Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Swimming Team 121. Hobby: Photography. I :-si: J . -Q- v nic. ip--A . :ff-V1 .1 V. - .0 I. 0, .1 .:.. . 3 L . .nf 'K' V 1-till' " -. f:Z:::.-:-5-E1 .. sr I r .rl .:-:::1:,:i'. , . .J '- -X it I.' : 7' ,, 1 'Q " VX . 1 -V .. 3,5 E Q ' : ,ess J, 3,-::.p ' -- .. .ij .3 Z sorzi . wfj' A ff "3 .sz 'e New 1 ' ' 1 ff 3 we 5 :1 5555, .L - h In I Vu.. . E L . ,,, , .,,. I ,,, ....--..., A iii"ls:ir"'4if'7'.5.5i-- X I "fi: , iii.: ,ii V '.: vi?-to sails:--5.11455-,psf 1 I ly .m-Mr" 'n-- ,.... M :N V f-:fr..,,.f.: e 1. tw: ree..-. 1 fl , i.ff1a1-:,vfQf2-'-A- i':'5i1i'2'-E-fi"'.5' Url 1 ff 'A .161 --I :aio f It W v- -' .3, if t 4. Q , 5 ,:-.- ..' . ,ru , , z.-:-:s-:,- -- virus. .r "' 'OX 1 :Q 'v ,fm F- Ky lx... ,. -sf: :4i1:5,.+-mira i Aa ANTHONY JOHN FLORIO ..T0ny,, Derby Avenue, Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Father: Hillhouse 1923. Activities: "C-leam" Art Board 141. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Riding. THOINIAS FRANCIS FLYNN "Tom" 145 Hillside Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Vice President of Cemian'Club 1219 Vice President of Hi-Y 121: Junior Red Cross 121: Rilie Team 12, 31: Hi-Y 131: "Sentinel" Business Board 131: Manager of Baseball Team 13, 41: Captain of Rifle Team 1413 "Senti- nel" Recorder 141: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. JOSEPH THOMAS FOGARTY ajoess 216 VVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Soccer 121: Junior Executive Board 1313 Swimming Team 131: Cap- tain of Swimming Team 141. Future: College. Hohbyzl Swimming. Entered United States Navy. MILTON ROBINSON F OOTE, JR. ABOIJD 85 Bristol Street. Entered from NVoodbridge Center School. Future: Service. Hobby: Airplanes. LAWRENCE RAPPIAEL FREEDIVIAN Y A ID "Bowery A 123 Pendleton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Bowling Club 121: Touch Football 121: Riiie Team 12, 31: Junior Executive Board 131: World Affairs Club 131: Junior Red Cross Council 141: Spanish Club 1415 Chemistry Club 141. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Music. CARL Oscfux FRITZELL "F1'itz', 5 Hemlock Road. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Navy. Hobby: Fishing. ANTHONY Fusco ulaonyn 76 Hamilton Street. Entered from St. Louis. Future: College. Hobby: Swimnning. JOSEPH PAUL Fusco "Parlre', 161 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Navy, Hobby: Sports. CLEMENT JOSEPH CLAINTY, In. "Gus" 46 Young Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1920. Future. College. Hobby: Sports. JOHN MICHEAXL GALLUZZI A 0 II 4:GaZe:, 21 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Band 12, 3, 41: Orchestra 12, 3, 415 Prom Committee K41: President of Orchestra C41. Future: College. Hobby: Music. 'mmm NIABIO ANDBENV GAIXIBABDELLA "Marv 26 Rosette Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and driving. ELIIL GARCIA 79 YVilliam Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Orchestra fl, 2, 3, 41. Future: Army. Hobby: Music and bowling. SYDNEY CELfrM.xN 414 YVashington Avenue. Entered from Allentown High School, New Jersey. Activities: Chemistry Club 1415 Chess Club C41. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE GEORGIS "Flash" 116 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Swimming Team C215 Soccer Team 131. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Sports. ARNOLD ABRAHAM GERAL1. M 3 "Bo0mie', 42 Vernon Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club C214 Chemistry Club 141: President of Photography Club CS, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Living. DONALD IAMIES CTLBERT 5 Lake Place. Entered from St. Mary's. Future: Undecided. Left be- fore graduation. BERNARD DENNIS C1LB1uDE "Bucky" 25 Court Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Hi-Y 1115 Bowling Club 111: Track Team 11, 415 "Sentinel" Business Board 13, 41: Bowling Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Billiards and coin collecting. ' IOSEPH FRANCIS GILCHRIST 4610633 95 Frank Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE VVILLIALI GILLBIAN Y A fl? "George" 5 Roydou Road. Entered from Bassett. Mother: Hillhouse 1914. Ac- tivities: President of Iunior Red Cross 1215 'World Affairs Club 121, Pro- gram Cliaimian of Motion Picture Club 121. Future: College. Hobby: Stamps. THOIKIASTON NIOYLE GOLD "Thom" 9 Richmond Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track 121. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Photog- raphy. ie Y .75 181 IRWIN ELLIOTT GOLDBERG M Y All "Ernie" 196 Colony Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Football 121: Varsity Baseball Team 12, S, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: .Movie making. MARVIN EDWARD COLDFARB A P 2 "Goldie" 50 Dayton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Swimming 1213 Tennis Tournament 121, Tennis 131: Interfratemity Council 18, 41. Fu- ture: Aeronautical Engineering. Hobby: Electronics and sports. FRED l'lARRY GOLDNER Y A up 55 Anita Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: World Affairs Club 12, 314 Vice President of Chess Club 121: "SentineI', Photographer 1413 Track Team 141: York Square Players 141. Future: Engineering College. Hobby: Photography. ARNOLD ROBERT GORDON M E "Arn" 57 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Tennis Club 121: Swimming Club 121. Future: Naval Air Corps. Hobby: Athletics and music. JOHN WILLIAM GRANT A I E wack., 364 Alden Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Soccer Team 121, Hockey Team 12, 3, 41: Cross Country Track 13, 415 Inter- fraternity Council 18, 41: Treasurer of Senior Class 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. JOHN VVILLIAIVI Cnnco "Johnny" 51 Sheldon Terrace. Entered from Bassett. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ' Snnnwoon GHEENBEBG A P 2 "Sl1e177Jy" 70 Truman Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Motion Picture Club 111: Band 11, 2, 3, 41: Or- chestra 121: Interfraternity Council 13. 475 Spanish Club 141. Future: College and music. Hobby: Music and jazz records. DAVID 1'lARlyION GREENE 1: Pro fn 57 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: "Sentinel" 131: Track Team 141: "Elm Tree" Edi- torial Board 141: Aviation Editor of "Sentinel" 141. Future: College. Hobby: Ioumalisrn and Photography. NOHINIAN IRVING GREENI-IOUSE 55 Asylum Street. Entered from Troup. Entered United States Navy. WALTER HARVEY GREENNVALD Q A "Wally" 82 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: World Aifairs Club 121: Tennis 121: Chorus 13, 41. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Dancing. Lqgwfifg Q: .fir-rgqugzg r ' .hm-liff - 5 HA' '?'b'. f .:'inx-if.-M vi-ax. ui av V ',a Q .. ,y:?1?ef-Ts? ' f sf.-i . . ' +'. V," Wfbj-1 w 1 132 JOHN lV.lILTON Grusconv "Speed" 458 Forbes Avenue. Entered from Northport High School. Activities: Band 12, 3, 41: Orchestra 12, 3, 41: York Square Players 13, 41: Movie Operators Club 131: Chess Club 141: Spanish Club 141: Senior Class His- torian 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Music and sail boating. ANTHONY GuA1nNo "T-ut" 43 North Front Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Foot- ball 12, 3, 41. Entered United States Navy. IOHN FIELD GUsTAvsoN wack.. 24 Pendleton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Navy. HobbY1 Model building. HAROLD ROBEIIT HAFNER .. I 10 fn Derby Avenue, Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Activi- ties: First prize winner in Alfred Porter Prize Examination in Latin 111: Spanish Club 141: Chemistry Club 141: "Gleam" Editorial Board 141. Future: Yale Engineering School. Hobby: Music. NOAII ISRAEL I-IALPER ..A1,ky., 941 Elm Street. Entered from Rox- bury Memorial High School. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Football Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. STEXVART4 l'lA1X'IPTON A 2 K "Stewie" 46 Pardee Place. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Navy Air Corps, Hobby: Sports and dancing. THOLLAS josnvrr IIANNICAN, In. 703 XVinchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Bowling. HnnBnn'r ALVIN l'lARRIIviAN "Harley" 81 Cnllett Street, Hamden. En- tered from Spring Glen School. Mother: Hillliouse 1914. Activities: Manager of Soccer Team ll, 21: Manager of Track Team fl, 25: Rifle Club fl., 2, SJ: Rifle Team fl., 2, Sl: Orchestra fl, 21: "Senti.uel,' Business Board CSD: S.A.R. Citizen- ship Award 135: Chemistry Club 441. Future: College or Service. Hobby: Collecting skeletons and bones of animals. RICHARD BENJAMIN l'lASSELlNLAN A A E "Dick" 116 Hyde Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: President of German Club C215 First prize win- ner in City-wide Clean-up NVeek Essay Contest 622: Orchestra 12, 3, 4Jg Harvard Club Award 131: Ger- man Club QS, 41: Advertising Mana- ger of "Sentinel', 4475 Class Day Committee t4l. Future: Yale. Hobby: Mechanics and engineering. I-IARLHY Parnrcrc I-IAYES HEMI., 1560 Boulevard. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Marines. Hobby: Hunting. ,ps 19' JOHN SYLVESTER HEALY 288 McKinley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Mechanical engineering. Entered the United States Army. RICHARD IVER IIEDE "Dick', 107 Howe Street. Entered from Stockholm High School, Maine. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Music and sports. RICHARD FELLOYVS I-IEYER "Dick,' I -385 WVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Cheer leader if-il. Future: Yale School of Archi- tecture. Hobby: Architectural Design. EDWVARD IOSEPH I'1INES "Pickles,' 433 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red CT055 f4l. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. DONALD josevu Honcrans 665 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Entered United States Navy. DONALD I-IOELZL-WALLACH - "Don" Y.M.C.A. Entered from St. Peter's School in Bournemouth, England. Activities: Swimming Team 1415 German Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Chemistry and sports. WELLEs THOMPSON Horci-ness 25 Richmond Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Mother: Hillhouse 1920. Ac- tivities: Manager of Football Team 1213 XYZ Club 1214 Junior Red Cross Club 121: Assistant Manager of Football Tcam 131: Sports Editor of "Elm Tree" 1415 Co-manager of Football Team 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Harmonica. JOHN WOEDEN HUDSON A A 2 19 Cleveland Road. Entered from Hopkins Grammar School. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Architecture. PAUL EUGENE HUFE AI-Inf, 16 Charles Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer Team 121: Varsity Soccer Team 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Reading. RUSSELL JAMES :HULL 109 Dover Drive. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Track 121. Fu- ture: Undecided. RAYMOND WILBUR ITURLBUBT ulzayn 202 Rowe Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Upsilou Lambda Phi Prize in Applied Geometry 121. Future: Machinist. Hobby: Developing and printing. REGINALD DAVID JACKSON "Reggie" '71 County Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track Team 12, 31: Soccer Team 121. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Motorcycle riding. Entered Army Air Corps. ARNOLD JACOBSON A P 2 "A:-kiev 1550 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer Team 121: Hockey 121g Varsity Soccer Team 181: Interfratemity Council 13, 414 Fraternity Football Team 18, 41g Captain of Soccer Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Athletics. JESSE CHESTER IAQUA A ujakev 66 Morris Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Engineering. Hobby: Archery and stamp collect- ing. THEODORE PLATO JINETOPULOS ...redo 767 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Latin Club 121: XYZ Club 121g Soccer Team 12, 41: Bowling Team 12, 31. Fu- ture: Merchant Marine. Hobby: Driving an automobile. Entered United States Merchant Marine. F SIDNEY MORRIS JOHNSON asian 64 Grace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Manager of Football Team 121: Chess Club 12, 41: Stamp Club 131: Phi Theta Prize in Intermediate Algebra 131g President of Stamp Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Stamp col- lecting. MERRILL CLINTON JORDAN 338 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Training in a brace making shop. Hobby: Music. ALBERT FRANCIS KACILLAS A 'D Q UAF, S4 Haven Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Army. Hobby: Model airplanes. CARL KAERCI-IER "B uclclgf' 565 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 11, 21: Baseball 11, 215 Football 11, 21. Future: Marine Corps. Hobby: Sports. ELI THERBERT ZKASIBIER ffEek,, S78 Shemiau Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club 1215 Motion Picture Operator Club 121: Omega Delta Prize Examination Award 121: Track Team 121: "Glean1" Editorial Board 131: Epsi- lon Nu Sigma Prize Award 1313 Varsity Truck Team 181: Associate Editor of "Glenna" 141: Cross Country Track Team 1415 Class Day Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Photography. gay- 1 iii' . . - . , -' f f' .. fl l 185 JACOB KATZ fflackn S6 Derby Avenue. Entered from Brooklyn High School for Specialty Trades, New York. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Radio. JOHN HENRY KELLEHER 'ijackv 1290 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Football 12, 3, 41. Future: Merchant Marine. Entered United States Merchant Marine. GEORGE JOHN KELLEY 19 Tilton Street. Entered from St. Mary's. Activities: Vice President of Hi-Y 131. Future: Dentist. Entered United States Navy. CHARLES PETER KI-TOURY "I3uste1'v Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Activities: Rifle Club 12, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. -Entered United States Navy. GEORGE EDNVIN KING "King,' 73 Arch Street. Entered from St. Iohn's. Future: Navy. Hobby: Radio and stamps. JOHN ANDREW KLAIIMAN fffdckil 34 Irvington Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. ' ALAN C Future College. languages. CHRISTIAN GILBERT KOPILEH, IR. "Bud" 43 Helen Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Swimming Team C4J. Future: Air Force. Hobby: Building model airplanes. ARTHUR KOJABASH "Greek" 18 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from Truman. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. BERNARD HAROLD KOLINSKI ccBen:: 10 Garden Street. Entered from Webster. Future: Business. Hobby: Bowling. U ..- . , 115,51 fi 1 : 2 if HARRY KOMISAR Q A "Ha1ry', 262 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Iunicr Red Cross Relief 125: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music. MELVIN Kosowsmz 19 Wilson Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Cross Country C27- Entered United States Navy. THEODORE ICRAVITZ Q A "Teddy" 172 Norton Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Rifle Club Q 1, 21: "Sentinel" Circulation Manager C3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: I-ce skating. GEORGE IRVING KRELI. :Iv B 610 George Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Riile Club 121: junior Executive Board C314 Inter- fraternity Council CB, 41. Fuhue: Marine Air Corps. Hobby: Aviation. EUGENE CHARLES KRETZ "Gene" 158 Cedar Hill Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Future: Navy. Hobby: Roller skating and photography. EDWIN LABRAICE u-Edu ' Bradley Highlands, Woodbridge. Entered from 'Woodbridge Center School. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT JAMES LAFFIN ..Laffy,, 299 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Chess Club 11, 2, 3, 41: Honorable men- tion in Mu Sigma Prize Examination 131: Associate Editor of "Sentinel" 141: Senior Executive Board 142. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. n PAUL STERLING LALLEY "S tewie" 99 Woodbridge Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Football 127. Left before graduation. FRANCIS Louis LANGELLA 83 'Woolsey Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. FRANCIS HAROLD LAVELLE 141 Bailey Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Motion Pic- ture Club 12l: XYZ Club 127: "Gleam" Editorial Board 13, 4Jg Program Chairman of Chemistry Club 147. Future: College. Hobby: Classical music and chess. 750ffzo.0J WALTER LEDUSKY "Walt" 392 George Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball 1225 Varsity Football Team 131: Varsity Basketball Team 181. Future: Busi- ness. Hobb : Billi s and football. wwf I I RAYMOND MARTIN LEENEY allay., 73 Atwater Street. Entered from St.. Francis. Activities: Chorus 11, 2, SD. Future: Aviation. Hobby: Airplanes. JOHN GORDON LEGG, IR. Cfjackii 96 Vlfestwood Road. Entered from Valley Forge Military Academy. Fu- ture: Dartmouth. JAMES MICIIAEL LEHANE tCIi1n3! h 16 Fox Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Orchestra 127: Prom Committee 145. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Swimming. MICHIXEL NORMAN LEIPNER "Mike O,Shea" 40 Plant Street.. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Tennis Tourna- ment 12, GJ: Photography Club 147, Future: Military service. Hobby: Photography and boxing. THONIAS JANIES LENIHAN 11 A 'I' "Tom" 157 Chatham Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Cross Country Team 181. Future: Army. Hobby: Sports. ERWIN JACK LEVENTHAL rl: B "Errol" 81 Hallock Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Aviation. Hobby: Sports and sketching. LEONARD LEVENTI-IAL A I? E 31 Hallock Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Track 111: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT JAMES Levi 41: B uB0bn ' '72 Arch Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Radio. JosHUA MUNROE' LIBURD :cj-utev 171 Goffe Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Hi-Y 121: Soccer Team 12, S, 41. Future: Fisk Uni- versity. Hobby: Sports. DONALD MALCOLNI LILLEY nAce,.- 82 YVcsterleigh Road. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Chemistry. EDWARD BURTON LITWAK Y A 413 "Babe', 376 l1Vhal1ey Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: World Affairs Club 1415 Spanish Club 141: Tennis Team 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Music and sports. IANIES FRANCIS LOGAN, JR. "Ears,, 11 Camiel Street. Entered from Troup. Future: .Armed Forces. Hobby: Fishing. AUGUST WVILLIAZMI LOMBARDI "Gush 1231 State Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Baseball 121: Italian Club 121. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Army Air Corps. RICHARD JOSEPH LOMBARDI "Dick" 348 Burr Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: German Club 141. Future: College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Drawing. NIARIO VINCENT LOAIBARDOZZI "La1nby" 245 Greene Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 11, 23: Bowling Team 143. Future: Military College. Hobby: Sports. MICHAEL KosTA LOUKIDES "Mike" 1360 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Hi-Y 12, 335 Spanish Club 143. Future: Military Training. Hobby: Photography and cycling. ETTORE LUCIANI, JR. "Sheik" Amity Road, Woodbridge. Entered from VVoodbridge Center School. Ac- tivities: Football 11, 2, 3, 43: Chorus 11, 2, 3, 43: Hockey 12, 33. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing, singing and sports. WALTER IOHN LUDWE 356 Columbus 'Avenue. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Senior Executive Board 143. Entered United States Army. DOIXIINIC JAMES LUZZI "Chubby" 267 Eastern Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: U. S. N. A. Hobby: Swimming. I 5 an-X' .4 aw ,an -- - - '-QfrrYf::'f'4 . . , 1 S 3 . 2 Lt" - '. vin 1. : -1-:sf QQ f V '-Mft, 3 ... ' 5 , . ., ff ' Q, ' ' 1 11'-T'f..- ,. ' ' 5 aff ef- . 5' . Ev: Q F - E : ip- - Pr - if - : -L it -,,, Q jr 'r f ' gtg , ff Y ' n -' E' 'L .X w g cw' , " i rr l I I - 1 ,, A"' err -an - g .- eZr.:m-.,. ' B ' -"-'-' li' ' ' , '- 2.12-355243: . " ' x.ikQ:gf,5 l . -' , fwfr . . 1 ,- . ' ,gl I 7: ,getty -- " ': ' 1 -' :'-'.- 1' , -. .. """ ' . 145, r:?::aJ'.',.-gg, ,. -. 'Qi is , r , ft 1-In :i-...Rf ' ' if -:X ft "Y-2'i2'i3f.f 'ul' ' fo" 1 t Q fix, 1: ' .,.,.,g, mf -1 me -'?ifNj2':E:37U-: ii t if Iv " 'fam' Y t Q9 E ff: 4 , - .11 -f':i?y.T:fY,',-0' 139 IOSEPH MrcHAEL MACCORMAC "Macy Ansonia Road, Woodbridge. En- tered from Washington Avenue Grammar School. Activities: Football 113: Declamation Contest 1135 S. A.l3. 123: Soccer 123: Track 123: "Sentinel" Recorder 133: "Sentinel" Business Manager 143: Senior Ex- ecutive Board 143. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Models. KENNETH Iosisrr-I MACDONALD "Macy 238 West Ivy Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Biology Club 123: Bowling Club 1235 "Glean1" Edi- torial Board 133: Junior Red Cross 183: Chess Club 133: Assistant Editor of "Gleam', Editorial Board 143: President of junior Red Cross 143: Chemistry Club 143. Future: Yale School of Engineering. Hobby: Model building and sports. FREDERICK EIVIIL hdANEMEIT "Fritz" 925 Grand Avenue. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Manager of Football 123. Future: Marines. Hubby: Sports. CARLIINE HAROLD NIANGINI "Slim" 1631 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup, Activities: Bowling Club 13, 43. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. HAROLD JOHN MANNIE "Harry,' 163 Fitch Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. LEONARD EDWARD MARGOLIS aL env 65 Gilbert Avenue. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhousc 1917. Ac- tivities: Football C2, 3, 43: Base- ball 423: Basketball 12, 3, 43. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. LESTER ERYVIN MARGOLIS Y A ill ..LeS,, 257 Sheffield Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: President of Motion Picture Club Cl, 23: Honorable mention in English prize examination 123: World Affairs Club Q23g Interfraternity Council 133: Spanish Club C43. Future: College. Hobby: Baseball statistics. IAIKIES PETER MARINO cclhnv 135 Lawrence Street. Entered fom Fai Haven Activities- Italian QR fggkrmiuturei Air Corps.. I-Iobliy: X sPK JOSEPH CHARLES MARRA 6105, 14 Rosette Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 123: Touch football 123. Future: Ma- chinist. Entered United States Navy. PAUL SALVATORE MA1mA ccweev 81 Sylvan Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Editor of "Elm Tree" Art Board 143. Future: Yale Art School. Hobby: Art and sports. ALBERT MASARIIAN ccAZu 40 Fountain Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. VINCENT PHILIP MAssAno "V'in'nyv 539 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: Army Aix' Corps. Hobby: Mechanics. WVILLIAM THEODORE MAs'm,xNDoNAs :rMaSAf 44 Garden Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer C23. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Billiards. FRANK EDYVARD MASTROBUONI 47 Austin Street. Entered from Bryant High School, New York. Fu- ture: Undecided. BENIANIIN MICHAEL NIATARESE 487 Chapel Street. .Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club f23. Left school before graduation. Entered United States Navy. VINCENT' MA'rn1c1.xNO K I H "Mart" 878 'Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Hockey C21: Baseball i215 Red Cross Com- mittee C31: Interfraternity Council CS, 415 Chorus 141: Spanish Club 441. Future: Marines. Hobby: Sports and dancing. LOUxs JOHN NIATSON KILOILIS 471 Lighthouse Road. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. C215 Motion Picture Club C214 Chorus CS, 41: Senior Executive Board C41. Future: Amly Air Corps. Hobby: Music. FERDINAND GEORGE MATURO, Jn. veg., 22 Ruby Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Mechanical Engi- neering. Hobby: Homing pigeons and watches. DONALD JAINIES NICCALL "Mac" 377 Lenox Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Future: Engineering College. Hobby: Sports and collecting stamps. JOHN JOSEPH McCue "Fosclick', 2 Dorchester Terrace. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Baseball f21. Futu1'e:, Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. 'Wie' lbw .ji "i..'ff"" JOHN MICHAEL MOCUBRY "Johnnie,' 298 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Activities: "Elm Tree" Art Board C41. Future: Army or Art School. Hobby: Collecting recordings. Entered United States An:ny. GEORGE BERNARD NICDEIKINIOTT, Jn. "Mac" 14 King Place. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Assistant Manager of Cross Country Team 1315 Assistant Manager of Indoor Track Team 431. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. EUGENE NIATTHEXV MOCOVERN "Gene" 26 Mechanic Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus CS, 41. Future: Undecided. Left before graduation. EDINIUND JOHN Mc:GUmE aiu-ucv 209 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Junior Red Cross 141: Hi-Y 141. Future: Navy. Hobby: Wrestling. THONIAS VVILLIAIM McN1cuoLAs HMM., 84 Asylum Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Activities: Soccer C21g Rifle Team 18, 41: Football Team C41. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Horseback riding. JAMES CHARLES MCTIERNAN e:MaC:s 47 South East Drive. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. DAVID IVIELILLO "Davey, 246 Munson Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. WILLIAM DEWEY MELLEEUP "Professor" 41 Arthur Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Piano. RALPH MILIONE "Tacker,' 489 Chapel Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Bowling Club 111: Italian Club 11, 23: Mvvie Operators Club 13jg Chorus 14J. Future: Pharmacy. Hobby: Billiards, bowling and swimming. FREDERICK JOSEPH NIILLER "F 1'6Cld'iG,, 242 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Army Signal Corps. Hobby: Sports. 142 FIrED1ucIc RICHARD MILLER 70 Concord Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Hockey 123: Chorus 12, SJ: Track 12, 3, 4,5 Cross Country 131: Captain of Cross Country 143. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. JOHN GEORGE lX'lILLER "johnny" 220 English Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Junior Red Cross 125: Aero Club 131: Honorable mention in Fire Prevention Essay Contest 137. Fu- ture: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Model airplane building. JOHN ROBERT IVIILLER 980 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. SILVIO JOHN NIIRANDO A QD II "T-ibbgf' 118 Farren Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball 12J. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. ANTHONY JOHN MISERENDINO, Jn. "Muay" 514 Chapel Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Baseball 127: German Club 131. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. NOIXINIAN MISHELOFF 261 Howard Avenue. Entered from Truman. Future: Commercial cartoonist. Entered Army Air Corps. VVALTER EDYVARD MONCK "Walt" Race Brook Road, Orange. En- tered from Orange Center School. Activities: Football 13, 41. Future: Marines. Hobby: Sports. HARRY EM1L IVIONDE K I H "Fruity Fitch Street, Montowcse. Entered from Center School. Activities: Co- President of S.A.B. 121: Hi-Y 12, SJ: Junior Executive Board 132: Senior Executive Board 143. Future: jeweler. Hobby: Swimming and ice skating. Louis VINCENT NIONDO 229 Bishop Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track 125g Foot- ball 12, SJ: junior Executive Board 131. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Marines. MICHAEL IXTONDRONE "Mickey,' 25 Mettler Street, Wfoodbriclge. Entered from YV. H. YVamer School. Future: Marines. Hobby: Music and hunting. E , ., ff. ,.! JL rl' . gg.,-51 TI-IOINIAS ALFRED MONTGOMERY 183 Lexington Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. 1'1AI1OLD IATVIES Mooruz, JR. "lVilbu.r" 82 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1915. Mother: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Junior Executive Board 131. Future: College. Hohhy: Sports. WILLIALI JOHN NIORAN "Bill" 12 Harding Place. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Football 12, 85. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Airplanes and sports. Entered United States Army Air Corps. I-IERBERT EIVIANUEL Monms Y A 'Il "Herb" . 1563 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Activities: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 12, 31: Scroll and Quill Award 139: Co-editor-in-chief of "Sentinel" 143: Spanish Club 141: Fall Tennis Tournament 147. Future: Yule University. Hobby: Sports and Journalism. CHARLES LEONARD MOBSEBURG I' A YI' "Chuck" 79 Howard Avenue. Entered from Cliffside Park High School. Activi- ties: Swimming Team 135: "Elm Tree" Business Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Radio. EDWARD JAMES MURPHY :.Ed,, 7 Edgehill Road. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Sports. EDWARD W1LL1AM Munrnr 147 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Aviation. Entered United States Navy. DoM1N1c BENITO ZNIUSSOLINI "M-uzz" 1532 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. EDNVARD JOSEPH NIUZYKA "Eddie" 13 Richard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Football, baseball and basketball. Lotus EMERE NAGY "Loan 96 Ivy Street. Entered from Bas- sett. Future: Navy Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. m Www: W 1 .QE 144 ALBERT ANTHONY NAPLES ..NapS,, 181 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. CHARLES DUDLEY NASH, ju. "Chuck,' 17 Hiljhousc Avenue. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: World Affairs Club C11: President of Chess Club Cl, 2, 3, 41: President of World Affairs Club C215 Dramatic Club C214 Football Team C21g Or- chestra C31g Tennis Team C314 York Square Players C315 Business Mana- ger of "Gleam" C414 Chemistry Club C413 Class Poet C41. Future: Engi- neering School. Hobby: Chess and collecting rare volumes. PASQUALE FRANCIS NAvAn1zTTA 90 Tyler Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. SEYZXIIOUR JACK NEPIARSKY III B ffNem7y,, 603 Washington Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: Worlcl Aifairs Club C21. Future: College. Hobby: Sleeping. HENRY ROBERT NERREAU "H an k" 280 Munson Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Rifle Team C213 German Club C219 Junior Red Cross Relief C213 Manager of Cross Country C41. Future: Undecided. EISTAN EUGENE NORDSTROB'I uACe:, 512 Russell Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Radio Techni- cian. Hobby: Keeping pigeons. PAUL RAYLIOND Nonru A I E 829 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1914. Mother: Hillhouse 1914. Ac- tivities: "Glenna" Editorial Board ISD: Cross Country Team 141: WVin- ter Track 1413 Editor-in-chief ot "Gleam" C4J. Future: Yale and Air Corps. Hobby: Collecting records. GEORGE JOSEPH O'B1u12N 95 Farren Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Entered United States Army Air Corps. NICIIOLAS Ioserfu O,BIllEN, Jn. "N.O.B." 93 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Marines. Hobby: Mechanics. JANIES VINCENT O,CONNOR A I E ffokiewa 180 Yale Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities.: S.A.B. fill: Track Team UU: Homeroom Foot- ball Team f2Jg Vice President of Movie Club f-SJ: VVorld Affairs Club 1315 Swimming Team CSD: Assistant Manager of Hockey Team 13, 45: Interfratemity Council CB, 4Qg Senior Executive Board 141: Class Motto Committee f4J. Future: Holy Cross College. Hobby: Journalism and golf. FRANK RAYMIOND O'DAY 518 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football KSD. Entered United States Navy. GEORGE FRANCIS O'KEEFE uokev 66 Crescent Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Baseball Cljg Football C2Jg Varsity Football KS, 413 Gold Football Award f4Q. Fu- ture: Business. Hobby: Sports and cartooniug. BERNARD FRANCIS O,NEIL, In. "Bernie" 1464 VVl1a1ley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Track Team QBJ. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. ANTI-1oNY SAINIUEL ONoFruo "S nookyn 582 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Radios. BIONDINO ONoF1uo 105 Putnam Street. Entered from Prince. Entered United States Army. IABIES JOSEPH ONOFRIO Glock!! 159 West Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Italian Club 129. Future: Mechanical Engineer. Hobby: Working on car engines. ROBERT I'lARRY OSTBERG "Butch" 584 Orange Street. Entered from Wortllington Hooker. Activities: Chess Club 11, 22. Future: College. Hobby: Cartooning and sports. GEORGE OT'fENBILEIT 90 Overlook Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Entered United States Army. JOSEPH MICHAEL PALUMBO cciloev 320 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Swimming and playing the drums. PAUL PANAGROSSO 54 Olive Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 127: Chorus 147. Entered United States Army. . in 5 1 , . .. ,,. 3 . ..,. .,-:lu ' - , ' , ALVIN JOHN PANICALI "C7:ebio" 98 Carlisle Street. Entered from Prince. Fu ture: Marine Corps. Hobby: Sports. JOHN JOSEPH PAPA, In. K I H ffpopv 1385 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Vice President of Intercity Student Council 122: York Square Players 132: Hi-Y 135: Chorus 142. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Boating. LEONARD PAUL PARADIS uLe nn 679 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: Navy. Hobby: Model building. LOUIS JOHN PASQUARLELLO, In. afuniev 127 Amity Road, Woodbridge. Entered from Warner School. Future: Business. Hobby: Hunting and sports. WALTER IOHN PATTEN 'WaIt" 861 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Air Corps. 146 RAYLIOND GORDON PAULUCCY ..Ray,, 46 State Street, North Haven. Entered from Center School. Activi- ties: York Square Players CS, 41. Futurez' Yale. Hobby: Tennis, golf and horseback riding. NICHOLAS FILED PEHRELLI "Nick" 190 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club 122. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. VINCENT PERRICGNE "Vinnie', 118 Cedar Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Italian Club fl, 25. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Bowling and sports. MYIXON HILLEL Pxsimv Y A qi 701 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Rocks and Minerals Club f2Jg Iunior Red Cross Relief 421. Future: College. Hobby: Chemistry. F1mNKL1N Tnenrsiz Perens "Pete,' Spring Street, Cheshire. Entered from I-Iumiston Grammar School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club 1253 Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Contest 12,3 York Square Players 13, 47. Future: College. Hobby: Acting. 1 , .,,., re'-' , is -Iii' fa' ff' ,r 3.:?53,'fS- M V, I 1.- 'R ,4- 'S Q - r- vJ,.,.,.s1y-. 'I Y -'u'1'n. .4 1 . -.9 .h.:. .x yu: " f I y . 1 -.Ja , ' in A598 Como LUIGI PETRAIUOLO "Dewey,' 509 Chapel Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 12, 8, 45. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Psychology and photography. ., .F 5.7 425, ,ff xfuew.. ,A " d f., f SALVATORE PETTI-:LLA akigji asain 329 St. John Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chess Club Cl, 27. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Photography. ROBERT CODFREY Pmnce c:B0bn 206 Goiie Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Soccer Q2, 32. Future: Undecided. EDWARD NILES PIERSON 181 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. RALPH JAMES PIETROSIIMONE "Peters" 15 Pulaski Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian' Club C4J. Future: Service. Hobby: Sports. HERLIAN JOSEPH PLATCOXV rfjocv 16 Clover Place. Entered from Truman. Activities: World Affairs Club 141: Junior Red Cross 145. Future: College. Hobby: Music. ANTHONY GEORGE PoLL1o uT0ny,, 197 YVooster Street. Entered from Columbus. Entered United States Navy. FRANCIS CABINIINE Poixxrxmco 153 St. Iobn Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Touch Foot- ball 423: Chorus CSD. Future: Phar- macy. CHRISTY REYNOLDS PONTILLO, In, ucapv 475 Wintlirolu Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer f2jg Iunior Executive Board 135. Future: Army. Hobby: Sports. HAROLD JOHN PORRELLO "H a1'1'y,' 363 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. 9-5, YWAI K .1 PIILITBERT FRANCIS POIITER "Herb" 104 'Welton Street. Entered from Fair I-Invcn. Future: Army Air Force. Hobby: Photography. ROBERT Rox' POTTER HBODU 2.65 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Photography. KENNETH VVILLIABI POULTON i "Ken" 337 Munson Street, Entered from Bassett. Future: Sports writer or com- mentator. Hobby: Baseball. REYNOLDS LEXINGTON POWVELL "Ren.ny,' 39 Spruce Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer Team 12, 3, 43. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Baseball, basketball and football. G.x1uu3r'r VREELAND POXVNING A E K .Tatu 597 VVl1alley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Varsity Hockey Team 121: Football 123: Hockey CSD: Track Team CSB. Fu- ture: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports and photography. DONALD VVESLEY PRATT Dan 1998 Chapel Street Entered from Sherrrhn Actwltxes R1Hc Team 9 Track C25 Soccer C45 Future Un decided Entered United Stwtes Nuvy S XLVATOHL Pnocovro a 486 Chwpel Street Entered from Columbus Actnrties Rxfle Club Vlce Presrdent of Italrm Club 11 'resrclent ot It'Il1'm Club U' 43 Fu ture Servrce Hobby Foothill and swuumzng FENLIORE PUKLIN qu B Fen S07 Dxxwell Ax enue Entered from Troup Actrvitics SAB fob Fu ture Business Sehnol Hobby Pho togmplxy BAXINIOND IAKXIES PU12m:I.L E X P Hay 95 Avon Street. Entered from l1Vorthing,ton Hooker. A c tiv i t i e s g Hockey C1 0 33- Baseball ll 97' Cwptain of Hockey Team 142. Tu- ture: Professional Hockey. Hobby: Sports. WILLIAM ERNEST QUINLAN Quinn '14G Starr Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Army. NSI WM3 m x EDNVIN RABINOYVITZ Eddie B5 Fifth Street Entered from Truman Actwrtles Band ill Track C15 Chess Club C23 Captain of 'Wmter Track 4 '71 Varsity VVmter Trick 121 Band C3 42 Orcliestm C8 45 Jumor Red Cross C41 Fu ture N'xvvA1r Force Hobby Sports BURTON SAMUEL RACOW S S kmpy 1340 Chapel Street Entered from Troup ACt1V1f1ES Football U71 Baseball 121 Chorus 141 Future Army Arr Corps Hobby Sports LI:sLII: LLOYD RADCLIFFE Les 590 Orchard Street Entered from Commercial Actrvrtxes Elm Tree Art Board C41 Entered Umted States Army Au' Lorps JULIUS RATLOWITZ Hoodie 49 Beers Street. Entered from Truman. Iuture: Machinist. Hobby: Airplane modeling and druving. NORLIAN :HYATT RASHB x Y A tb Norm 224 West Rock Avenue. Entered from Sherirlnn. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Activities: Football C2jg Band 12, 3, 4lg Junior Iled Cross C215 Interfraternity Council CS, 41. Fu- ture: College-Medicine. Hobby: Sports. 149 l JAIXIES ANGELO REVILLINI ulifnv 539 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red Cross 123: Rifle Team 123. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and aero- nautics. ROBERT NOLAN REYNOLDS ..BDb,, 149 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Representative 133. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. BURDETT BLAKESLEE RICE "Cha1'lie', Ridge Road, North Haven. Entered from Center School, North Haven. Activities: Hockey Team 123: Base- ball Squad 143. Future: Mllitary Aviation. Hobby: Baseball. FRANCIS JOSEPH RIELLO "Franny" 67 Ivy Street. Entered from Bas- sett. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 43: Spanish Club 143: Photography Club 143. Future: College. Hobby: Chem- istry. TI-IOIVIAS ALLEN ROBBINS rfT0m,, 90 Austin Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Touch Football 123: Junior Red Cross 143. Future: Service. Hobby: Sports and making money. gn? Q,- RAYRTOND GERARD ROBINSON :flew-Uv 337 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 123: Junior Executive Board 133: Mana- ger of Hockey Team 13, 43. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ANDREWV JOSEPH Rocco ..Andy., S5 Hamilton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Army. JO1-IN JOSEPH ROCHE "Jacky 869 Orange Street. Entered from VVox-tliington Hooker. Activities: Rifle Team 113. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. Moiuus ROCKLIN "Rock" 21 Vernon Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ' ITAROLD ROHINSKY "Arcl1ie', 150 West Rock Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Orchestra 1235 Rifle Club 12, 43. Band 12, 3, 43: German Club 133. Future: Music. Hobby: Archery and shooting. VICTOR ALOZY ROLKA A 11: Q ravi cn 80 Clark Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: French Club 121: Rifle Team 121: Orchestra 12, 3, 41g Junior Red Cross 121: Varsity Track Team 13, 41: Cross Country Team 141. Future: Army Air Corps. PETER LEO ROIJAN OW "Patten A 14 Spruce Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Junior Red Cross 141. Future: Yale or University of Connecticut. Hobby: Sports. IVIALCOLL-I SAUL ROSENTHAL M E "Head" 1251 Boulevard. Entered from Middletown High School. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Chorus 121: Movie Operator's Club 121: In- terfraternity Council 141. Future: Army. Hobby: Collecting jazz classics on records. BERNARD I'IENIlY BOTH "Bernie,' 20 Fiore Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Amiy Air Corps. Hobby: Home workshop. ROBER'F LADD RUBIN ..B0b,, 145 Glen Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Basketball 121: Football 12, S, 41: Track 12, 8, 41: Junior Red Cross Representative 141. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. ,. I H ' Q -r ,l 'H Vg.. ., r. 1 :Q G by---Q. .. 9' Y W - ,. fs r 1? .- 'I gl .. 13 A Hz. ,. .1532 -' W 1, . V, 1, O' LA' J '. L 'L' . .- ..-. 1- A . X I S W O .. ., ef., ' .- Y . F E u ,. 'r ,.., we -1:4 1. .-ggiliffif. fi? 1 'E , F-tr " - 5"111"S"Z.Pli"i2? 2 'C Giiliffii' L H fl r25xrr1ffis'-'ltkiessa '1 '.c12ff'.'f 1 . " , 5:32.-eta ' 1'f'fD91e:.sE' JQ7'f::73t7iX31'9?t -. - . :,,, , W 151 JOHN JOSEPH RUOTOLO alohnnyi' 191 Fillmore Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football 131. Future: Air Corps. I-Iobby: Sports. BENNY ANDREYV BUSATE "Sun Shine" 93 Wooster Street, Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 11, 21. Future: Dental Technician. Hobby: Sports and music. JACK K.E1TH RUSSELL 160 Fitch Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Engineer. Hobby: Sports and stamp collecting. JOHN RUSSELL RYAN "Russ" 22 Lander Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Vice President of Biology Club 121: Track Team 12, 31: Photography Club 131. Future: College. Hobby: Rifle shooting. ARTHUR SANIUEL SACHS A P 2 "Artie" 45 West Rock Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillliouse 1910. Mother: Hillhouse 1909. Ac- tivities: Honorable mention in Omega Delta English examination 121: Band 12, 3, 415 William Kinne Prize 1315 Interfraternity Council 181: German Club 13, 415 "Gleam', Editorial Board 141: President of Interfra- temity Council 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Music. RALPH ALEXANDER SALEIVIME 62 Marsh Hill Road, Orange. En- tered from Commercial. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports and rifle hunt- ing. EDMUND ADELARD SALLING, IR. "Eclclie,' 25 View Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Iunior Red Cross 121: Track Team 141: Chorus 141. Future: Professional Golfer. Hobby: Sports. RUSSELL MERWVIN SANDERS "Russ,' 40 Elliott Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: "Sentinel" Edi- torial Board 18, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: Skating. GEORGE ALBERT SANDERSON "Sandy" 702 Congress Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: Track Team 111: Thomas F. Taylor Prize in Ger- man 121: Omega Delta Prize Exami- nation in English 1215 German Club 131. Future: College. Hobby: Music and sports. AUGUST ANTHONY SANTOS "Sandy" 15 South Fulton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Army. Hobby: Bowling. BURTON Srxsso "B u ring" 1906 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Swimming Team 1215 Class Motto Committee 141. Future: Navy Air Corps. Hobby: Hunting. FREDERICK WILLIAM SAUNDERS 73 Jewell Street. Entered from' Sheridan, Entered United States Navy. 4 PASQUALE RAP1-IAEL SAVARESE K I TI apatn Derby Avenue, Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Activi- ties: Track Team 11, 2, 31: Chorus 12, 31: Hockey Team 12, 31: Mo- tion Picture Club 1313 Hi-Y 131. Future: Marines. Hobby: Sports. A.NGELO RALPH SAvo 33 Bishop Street. Entered from Columbus. Entered United States Army. PERRY RONALD SAXE Q A 157 Howard Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chess Club 1215 Track Team 12, 3, 415 World Affairs Club 12, 8, 41: Spanish Club 141g Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Drawing. Louis SCALO 332 Washington Avenue. Entered from Truman. Future: Army. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Army. IOSEPH VVILLIABI SCHMIDT 353 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Navy. DONALD F1uxNc1s SCHURK "Mike" 114 Quinnipinc Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: XYZ Club 1215 Stamp Club 13, 41. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Stamps. E LI S cuwixnrz 237 Davenport Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: World Aitairs Club 121: French Club 121: Chem- istry Club 12, 41: Chorus 131. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Chemistry and photography. ROBERT MAYE11 ScmvAnTzM,xN A P E "Big Babu 690 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Football Team 1215 Photography Club 131: Class Motto Committee 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Photography. Bonner IOSEPH SCOTT E X P , "Scotty" 202 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Nnvy. Hobby: Sports. CLIFFORD HOWARD SEYMoUn cec ffsa 266 Peck Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Anny Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. Fn,xNcIs PETEH SHANAHAN A I E "F1'anny', 188 Yale Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Hockey Team 121g junior Executive Board 131: Varsity Hockey Team 18, 41: Prom Committee 141: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Naval Air Corps. I-lobby: Sports. JOHN DANIEL SHANLEY 53 Lawrence Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Relief Corps 121: Track Team 121: French Club 121: Football Team 1415 Photography Club 141. Future: Army Air Corps. GERALD SHAPIRO "Shaping" 8 Cottage Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: French' Club 121. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. GEORGE ANDREW SHAW 509 Russell Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: French Club 121: Junior Red Cross Relief 121. Future: Undecided. N1ORlvIAN SILVER SHEMITZ Y A KD "No-rmf' 80 Alston Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Mother: I-Iillliouse 1920. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Chairman of Pin Com- mittee of S.A.B. 121: World Affairs Club 131: Vice President of Chem- istry Club 141: Program Committee of World Affairs Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Piano. EDWARD HAROLD SHIELDS 161 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football 13, 41. Entered United States Navy. Inv1Nc DAVID SHINDELL "Cu1'lyv 649 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: junior Ex- ecutive Board 1S1. Future: Aviation fabrication. Hobby: Drawing and glass novelties. WALTER SHUCI-IATOWITZ "Velvie" 96 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Talmudical Academy, New York. Future: College. Hobby: Solving brain teasers. DAVID SHUTAN M E "Davy" 3 Harding Place. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Soccer 121: Chorus 121. Future: V-12, then college. Hobby: Sports. ANTHONY SALVATOR SILVESTRO "Tony" 162 Grafton Street. Entered from Fnir Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. JOHN FllfXNClS SINIPSDN E X P "Sim.pS" 1179. Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Hockey 121: Varsity Hockey Team 13, 41: "Elm Tree" Editorial Board 141: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. THOLIAS RONALD SILIPSON "Tama 167 Ivy Street. Entered from Bas- sett. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. JOSEPH Fn,xNc:is SINGLETON 1' A XII uloei, 30 Pearl Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Prom Chairman 1415 "Elm Tree" Business Board 141. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sailing. ARTHUR JOSEPH SKORUPKA 1. Art., 51 Nash Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Engineering. Entered United States Navy. DAVID ELINIER SMITH "Dick" 91 Spring Street. Entered from Federalsburg, Maryland. Future: Farming. Hobby: Collecting post cards. PIAROLD JOSEPH SPINACI frMaCs: 76 Carlisle Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Fuhue: Business. Hobby: Model planes and swimming. STANLEY WVALTER STANFORD "Red" 1400 Wltitiicy Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Hi-Y 123. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports and woodworking. ALVAN TI-IOZMAS STEVENS 79 Welton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hubby: Hunting. 4-we :Et . V. 3.0.3. vw ' ' mgfp' , , R ii C.. .,,l. .1 .it ... E zl4.i'l:i.21t..21: ::. .23 .- :ev wt' It Q . I Q v 'WW 5 L r x if ll H1 1 In .Cf QQ f I "II .HQSQQ-I 'Jn PM .ie :f..:a'-. x f ' I l I mix' I 9--. M. " 4 affix-,-I , I -F , -' , If il- .. .. I 53:52 , if-f iii A. v- .eg e. 'pt..,, W-. 1-R.. 12:-5 K 1 ,gli 1. 7, I .f 1 Wx wi N 'iglfifft J fir, fi, 5 id . f .vb ., 1. ' 3 " Akai? 4 1 554' . tif--f, " 1 . A I. . i ' . . ' ' x,' ' V N .1 g . ' W ,. '-f- - ., 164 w "' , 1 R E 5' 5. I1 4. . s.5..w,f.4i'. ,A 9 U 1 E 5 -H ,W '-tw E t mf' x 156' fd' '7 tg df a u 1. 155 il 2 W S" .fill uf' Vi' 531.- '-'-f':-:: .' ' CHRISTOPHER FRANCIS STRATTON "Chris" 137 Putnam Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. Left before gradua- tion. EUGENE FRANCIS SULLIVAN I' A XII "S lilly" 48 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup, Activities: S.A.B. 121: Mana- ger of Basketball 121: Basketball 132. Future: Athletic Director. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Marines. JOHN RONALD SULLIVAN A I E "Ron" 175 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Bed Cross Club 121. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. BRUNO JAMES SURACI ccACev 187 Chapel Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Marine Corps. Hobby: Singing and swimming. FRANK SURACI 175 St. John Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Machine Opera- tor. Entered United States Navy. P1-nm? ANDIKEXV SWVAIN "PhiZ', 842 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillliouse 1908. AC- tivities: York Square Players CSD: President of York Square Players C434 Varsity Soccer Team CS, 45. Future: College. DONALD ARTHUR SXVANSON "Donn 261 Willow Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Hockey Team C255 Varsity Hockey Team CS, 45: Prom Committee C4J: Junior Bed Cross Representative C4j. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ARTHUR BRADY SXVEENEY A I E KQATF, 131 WVestwood Road. Entered from Hopkins Grammar School. Activities: Hockey C335 Football CID. Future: Army Air Corps. Entered United States Army Air Corps. EDWARD CONRAD SWVEENEY nconv 131 Westwood Road. Entered from Hopkins Grammar School. Activities: Football C4J. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Sports. ANTHONY STANISLAUS SWINARSKT 51 Pearl Street. Entered from St. Stanislaus. Activities: Chess Club C20- Entered United States Amiy. JULIUS LOUIS SZEINIANCZKY 518 Orange Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Activities: "Elm Treei' Art Board CJD. Future: College. I-Iobby: Commercial Art. Entered United States Army. EDYVARD JACOB TALAN "Eddy" 23 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Rocks and Minerals Club CZJ. Future: Forestry. Entered United States Navy. J.-ici: TEITELBIAN "Jake" 343 XVhaHey Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Biology Club C2J: Chorus CAD. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. , HENRY jo:-:HRH C TERCYAK "Tu rk" 161 Pine Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. C214 Junior Executive Board CSD. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports and airplane building. Entered United States Navy. PETER IOHN TESTA upetev 63 Spring Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Italian Club C2J. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. IAA-IES TOLIEI "jim" 12 Christopher-Y Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Chcss Club CID. Future: College. Hobby: Golf. IKAYBIOND LEE TOIXILINSON V nRUyv Amity Road, lVoodhritlgc. Entered from Yllootllmridge Center School. Father: Hilllmuse 1914. Activities: Senior Executive Board 142. Future: Cornell University. Hobby: Sports and dancing. Fn.xN1c LEONARD Trmcisn "Uncle Slim" 16 Crescent Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Yule. Hobby: Stamp collecting. DONALD Riel-Lum TRENNEH ffD0C,, 536 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Lovell. Activities: Orchestra tl, 21: Band fl, 2, 8, 42. Future: Inl- liard Music School. Hobby: Orches- tral arranging and music. ALBERT DANIEL ULLES QAI.-, 142 Carlisle Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Italian Club C1, 27. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. JOSEPH NIICHAEL UNILOWSKI nloeu 41 I-Iurlburt Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: German Club fill. Future: Submarine Service. AUGUST ANTHONY VANACORE "Augie" 199 Valley Street. Entered from Shericlnn. F u t u r e : Photographer. Hobby: Photography. Entered United States Army Air Corps. IOsEi1H ANTHONY VANACOHE sfVa,1:9 660 Woodward Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Class Day Committee f4J. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Swimming, ice skat- ing and boating. GEORGE ALEx1s VARLEY 1400 Whitney Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Secre- tary of Hi-Y 121: Rifle Team 121: Hi-Y CBJ: Football Team C414 Gold Football C4j: Hockey Team 't4J: Baseball Team f4J. Future: Marines. Hobby: Sports. LEONARD VELARDI "Len.ny', 649 Fountain Street. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Army Air Corps. EINIILE Mauro VESTUTI A Q I1 "Emo,' ' 90 Nicoll Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillliouse 1916. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Activities: First prize winner in Omega Delta Prize Examination in English 121: Bowling Clubl 121: Manager of I-Iomeroom Softball Team 1215 Chess Club 121: "Gleam', Art Board 12, 31: Junior Executive Board 131: Intra-City School Council 131: Sec- retary-of Chess Club 131: Honorable mention in English Prize Examination 131: Third prize for "Gleam" Art 131: Commendation for "Gleam" Poetry 131: Art Editor of "Gleam" 1415 "Elm Tree" Art Board 141: Cheer Leader 141. Future: Archi- tectural Engineering. Hobby: Scout- ing and doodling. JOSEPH SALVATOR VITA ffjoev 182 Fillmore Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Aviation and swimming. GEORGE ANTHONY VITELLI .:Lefty,, 92 Kensington Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer Team 121: Basketball Team 141. Future: Air Corps, Hobby: Sports. ERNEST IouN VOTTO 117 Goodyear Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. EDWARD LEWIS WALLANT M E "Eddiev 20 Beers Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Assistant Editor of "Elm Tree" 141. Future: Advertis- ing Art. Hobby: Drawing. EDYVARD PATRICK YVEIR 161 'Whalley Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Football 12, 3, 41g Baseball 131: Senior Execu- tive Board 141. Future: Undecided. HARRY WELLINGTON Y A qi "Duke" 117 Pendleton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: NVorld Affairs Club 12, 31: Chess Club 121: Inter- Iraternity Council 131: Chemistry Club 141: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis and reading. QUENT1N TOIMLINSON WEST aloen 136 Vista Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Baseball 121: Hockey 12, 41: Chorus 12, 8, 41. Future: Merchant Marine. Hobby: Sports. RUSSELL GORDON WHITFLELD 181 Alden Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Prom Committee 141. Future: Undecided. ROBERT HAROLD WILLIAMS 54 Aner Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Entered United States Navy. RUDOLPH TYLER W1LL1AMs "Rudy" 651 Orclmrcl Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. RAYINIOND jouN VVIRIIUN, IR. "Pots" 56 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track 143. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Models. DONALD NVOLINSKY cp B KKDOIID 25 Hallock Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Orchestra 1235 Chorus 131. Future: Navy. Hobby: Swimming. MARTIN WOLINSKY "1llz1n5y" 43 Kensington Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Photography. 101-IN Ross VVOOD wack., 18 Mansion Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Band 12, 3, 41: Orchestra 12, SJ. Future: Navy. Hobby: Playing clarinet and saxo- phone. IVIARVIN HERBERT YAFFE qi B "Maron 30 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: Spanish Club 147. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports and cartooning. DANIEL CHBISTOPHEII YUIXCZYK "Turk" 287 Davenport Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Fishing. LEONARD ZEIDENBERG M S, "Len" 387 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 125: Track Team 12, 3, 45: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 131: Senior Execu- tive Board 143: "Sentinel" Sports Eclitor 145: Scroll and Quill Award 145. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports, EDLIUND ANTHONY ZERN1'rz 227 Highland Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Class Gift Committee 147. Future: College. Hobby: Baseball. ' GERALD I'IARRY ZITSEB A P E "Hawk" 20 Crescent Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Band 14Qg Spanish Club 149. Future: College. Hobby: Music. In www -wjuigu-as - - 'Y' uk- - Hfxss ss- fn mlggwu MESH w vs ESE A: - Sf Bmw- W W muxffgz.-.glfigffg vim, vi- ffm 1 EE H 1-m?mmfHH N -ss fwyfg ag- bf - -fmsmwg ' nm my 'M 1' . L,,Lx:,,,. . , -'vw t p. 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Front row: Labov, Kligerman, Dolan, editor, Geenty. "Elm Tree" Business Board 2nd row: Morseburg, Singleton. Front row: VVha1en, McKeon, business manager, Cohen. 166 'Elm Tree Art Board ond row Ilcobs Doff 'gzemfmczky Vestutl LQCCIIITY Handler Gleenc Gleam Art Board 9nd row Doff Cleenc, Flflllt row Hendlel Veituh edltor LSU71 167 I I I Q V : Q 1 7 3 K L - 1 7 I -'J I K ' 3 - . JK. . I A Front row: Robrish, Cochrane, WVallant, Mz11'1'z1, edltorg PLIIITIIGTI, Lucxbelh. I I I I 1 . ' ,z ' ., D' -, . 5 "Gleam" Editorial Board 3rd row: Hafner, Lavelle, Bilgore, Morgan, Sachs, Bray. 2nd row: Comstock, Harrison, Clmltas, Mag, Brody. Front row: Hymzm, Kusimer, North, editor, Macdonald, F leischner. "Gleam" Business Board 2nd row: Stokesbury, Polzlyes, Scarpa, Estra, DiFra11cesco. Front row: Greenhouse, Nash, busmess manager, Puska. 168 Sentinel Edltorlal Board Jrcl IONV Smders Anderson Maclcly Llbox Hubbnll Geenty Inglmolt Greene 9nd low C1rtm,1 Gmefe Lex enthxl Foul .Suche F1Sl11H Ill McG'1rry Frmlo Scxllm I-l10Ut1OXV Lllllllll Loftus Clul coeclltol M01r1s LOLCl1l.01 Flllllll Lurlenbug Sentinel" Business Board 31d row Bxumer Ch losky D1Lcom1do Collu m C7ep1ga 9nd low McKean Ixllgblllllll Sll1'1J1Ll1l.I1l' Du IS Flynn Bursev Durol Bun thu Front IOXV Blrlch Kllgel Hwsselm n MICCQJIIII xc lJLlSll1C59 I1l'1ll"lgK,l COITO DeMxc,l11el 169 ll I ll I I 0 . , . f- . 1 - ,v : ' - L -3 Q K a I X s a a 1 . .' . , , 5. n 4 - r ' 'v .I 4 1 ,. , 1, l, 4 , 7 L , l , 1' ., . L , L , 4 L, L. 4. , , , ..' N - 7, -. ' n -'1 1' .1 I- -. 1 '--' 1 . 1. , . , a x, ', , . ., , 4 , - ll I I , 1 pi - . -:1 f v , ' ,1 . . J.. ' . , 7 4 , 1 g , . , . . . . . J- , ., . ., . . - , ,' -' - : 1 1 'L a 4 x 1 .s a 1 4 ' 4 ' : zz-, ', . 21, 2 '1', .' .1 Pg ' , 'L COLUMBIA SCHOLWASTIC PRESS, ASSOCIATION .,1 ' f" 1 ', I I v 4, ff' 1 ,Lf ,lf ,jf HKS BEEN AWARDED'fI'HIS FIRST PLACE CERTIFICATE N THE NINETEENTH ANNUAL CONTEST CONDUCTED BV """' ASSOCIATION AT COLUMBIA UNTVFD"""' NEW YORK OC'T'O""" ' I CCJLU A ASSOCIMIQIN - I I PRESS ., .. II 'I'A - I-I - Q , W If ,- ., ,,' A4434 M, afjwww' L4!MfiWp"f,iRQZ-J THIS ' - A A IHAEPBEIITCE CERTIEICIQLKZTED BY THE EIRST I , AL comesf cowl THE Cm: OF ,,,,c,,NTI-I Abfbffum UNWERSITY I. W S AS OCIATION fi 'iff I A .I lf, A! A ' L '-Z4?.!K,qvff"'r!1 HKS EEENOAWARDED qlms' FIRST PLACE CER IN TI-IE ,TW-EIQTHETH , . A TIFICATE ASSOCIATION AT CCI3INItI1BlI'g:IIAcI.?bzIIIXIEST ACONIQUCTED BY T1-Ig NEW YORK, MARCH zs. 1944. ERSITY IN THE CITY op ,H 1 I ,, ff' f ,. . ""f'l'Tr-':1.,- 1 5 A , I, J. , .f , J Y , E,- . J"-"' 'w--1.-1.4 V . 170 :Why :xsmmfl iw u H n Q X wi .D-'Z ..wjR's-A . V- JF'-wx:-, , "www, "H , ? Q2 H , Q-A 1 . A Q r- --:f f if ' V fra:-wwf' ,I - ,4 , -li. - . .T iv ' ul: 1 a , N .1 2 ,,.. AJ, k 4 1- '-7 Trai :wr I P A ' ,, ".,. Y ' 1- i 1 r ' 1 MRS. AGNES M. WAKEMAN MR. STEPHEN S. YVILTON Musical Organizations During 1943-1944 the orchestra and chorus of the morning school, under the direction of Mrs. Wakeman, participated in both junior and senior assemblies. At a musical assembly given in April, the orchestra, made up of twenty-five pieces, and the chorus, with one hundred and twenty-six members, each pre- sented a number of musical selections. Witli Mr. Wilton as leader, the largest band ever assembled at Hillhouse, consisting of seventy-four pieces and three drum-majorettes, performed at all the home gridiron contests and helped to whip up a lighting spirit at the cheer rallies. Among its numerous engagements throughout the year were providing music for the New Haven Teachers, League meeting held at Hillhouse, playing at several hockey games, appearing at both A. M. and P. M. assemblies, and performing for many rallies on the New Haven Green. As an innovation this year, the com- bined band and orchestra had the honor of providing music for the 1944 gradu- ation. 174 Hillhouse Orchestra P11110 C'1plox1tL, Sl1Lpl1L,rd DIXIITIS Gcndern lllk, Clmul 4th IOVV Blltlmou, Ixukhubky Cohan Fubu Sluclda 31d row Pgrlroth R1b1I1OYVlt7,II1S5G1ITI"ll'l Rolla POIIYLH, GIOVL ond row Iexuss Cllxstro, Cong DeL1ub'.,ll, Kroxuk Lcvm Front IOVV Glcgorv, Clllunx Llbux Guul Cmug Bellm Hlllhouse Band 1 row 31d row ond IOXV Fltlflt row XI ljoretles Sfzchs Blick Ferro, Cmro Cohen C'l1Tl8I"1, Munonne, .R'1b111ONV1tZ, Terms Bqer, Imvenev, C'1rel1o Rohmsky Rlplmel Barnum Noon 111, Tuatfl Kallert, Brown Slbm, Deusb Lltalx P1reH1 CJll11l.l'1O Lmgello Cl1SLLIOll, Lmbuv Gregory Glegoly DA1mco bmk, Theodos Solcoff Clpuulo MO11tLbh1 Fade. 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CHESS CLUB The school year 1943-1944 marked an unprecedented increase in the popu- larity of the Chess Club, while other clubs were forced to meet every two weeks, and even then suffered a serious decline in their membership, the thirty members of the Chess Club met every Wednesday in the quiet seclusion of room 127 to study the theories of chess. - - The year also saw the formation of a rough-and-ready Hillhouse Chess Team, which battled its opponents stubbornly, topping the P.M. Chess Club in a series of matches, lighting the tough Yale second string varsity to a draw, doing likewise to the ranking Y.M.C.A. Chess Team, and solidly trouncing the West Haven Chess Team, 4-1. Awed by this spectacle, Hamden, Commercial, and Hopkins balked at matches with the I-Iillhouse "brainstorms," but, with the aid of Mr. Robert Campbell, president of the New Haven Chess Club, a Connecticut State Chess League for high schools will soon be formed. YORK SQUARE PLAYERS p The York Square Players, the dramatic element in Hillhouse activities, pre- sented a varied program during 1943-1944. Keeping abreast of the times, the or- ganization presented for its iirst production a patriotic drama. This play, "Our Heritage," by Harold G. Slicker, was unusual in that it was a choral drama. The group was in charge of the dramatic portion of the Christmas assembly. For this presentation, again departing from the usual, an original pantomime, "A Soldieris Dream," was given. For the last production the Players gave "A Happy Iourneyv by Thornton Wilder. This play employed no scenery. Three school productions of this comedy were given and also one outside performance before the Kiwanis Club of New Haven. 179 French Club 3rd row: Getchell, Munro, Deragon, Mackay, Ahern. 2nd row: Schmittgall, Platcow, Goodrich, Cohen, Brenner, Czepigu. Front row: Shapiro, Cremin, Grove, Ceeuty, Chaosky, Proctor. German Club 3rd row: ' Kluck, Cassella, Lombardi, Sachs, Gruneis. 2nd row: Grove, Cohen, Leventhal, Welensky, Steiuhmt, Quadriuo, Glass, Caplovitz Front row: Eichenbaum, Kligennau, I-Iasselmzm, Lichter, Abato. 180 A Italian Club 3rd row DeV1to Pu'1llo LCHZI Saracco Petramolo SCRVIHO Amarante Cusflno 2nd row Porto Rossnn Mfmtrangelo CUIC10 Caetmo B'1ld1no Coxro Pnsco F1lC1gl10 Front row Dell1 Camera Cutxcelh Parent PIOCODIO Noto DeC'1pu1 FRIINCI-I CLUB F 1611011 Club lIlC6t11IgS We1e p11111a11ly concemed Wlth flllfllellilg tl16 1nen1 be1s 1nte1est 111 F1ench CO11VGlS"lt1011 and culture Much of tl1e club t1n1c was spent 111 Slllglllg t1ad1t1o11al F1 CIICII SO11gS and speakmg the bas1c language Hlgll 11ght1ng all of these get tOgStl1G1S was a pa1ty at wl11cl1 tl1e F1ench cadets sta t1oned at Yale spoke 1nfo11inally about hfe ID F1ance then own co1nn1u111t1es, and then' sha1e IH tl1e Wu The club l1as donated a volume ot pl1onog1aph 1eco1cls to tl1e F01C1gl1 Lan guage Depa1t111ent so tl11t F1 ench classes may l1ea1 the language spoken fluently by 6211361 1e11c.ed l11lgLl1StS GERMAN CLUB Th1o11gl1out tl1e yea1 tl1e fo1e1nost 1nte1 est of the GGIHIWH Club was 11111510 Tl1e sto1y of the ope1a Ta1111hause1 was d1scussed a11d 1eco1ds f1on1 that ope1a were heaxd Also planned WSIB 1 d1scuss1on of HGIIICS l1fe h1s poems ITIUSICHI 16COld1DgS of these poems and s111g111g of songs and for tl1e final 1'1'166t111g a Sl1OW1I'lg of 1T1Ot1Ol1 p1Ct'Ll1GS wl11cl1 we1e take11 011 a tllp to Ge1n1 my 111 1938 Be cause of seve1 1l l'l111d1?Ll'lCCS the 1'I1CGt111gS of the club We1e not as IIUITICIOUS as 111 p1ev1ous yea1s ITALIAN CLUB Italy l1'1s 1lWays bee11 noted fO1 1ts fine Cllltlllfi ItS SCILHCC a1t and 1n11s1c At the present tlITl6 Italy 1S 3.l'lfl?tCt1Hg '1ttent1o11 because so many C1l1C12l battles 'ue bemg waged on Itahan so1l I11 PTCVIOUS yea1s tl1e If"Ll15:'ll1 Clubs chlef 1nte1ests have bee11 the cultu1e people art and tl1e language 1tself Tl11s past yea1 tl1e 111en1be1s talked 1no1e about tl1e p1 oble1ns tl1at the Itallan people a1e f21C111g today A1t1c1es f1 om newspape1s and mag 1zn1es CO1'lCG1111l1g tllell gOVC111I'1'l6I1t WSIS b1ought to the 111cet111gs O11 tl1e ITI 1p men1be1s located V"t11OI.lS C1t1CS that came l11'1d61 dlscusslon, and c1t1es that the All1ed A11ny l1as occuplcd These dlSCllSS1OI1S have g1VeII tl1e n1en1be1s ol tl1e cl11b clea1e1 l1IIlCl61SlI211ld11'lg of tl1e Wfn 111 Italy 181 1 ' 1 I ' 1 x I ' u ' a 1 1 a 1 J : 1 1 - . . . I . 4 . . . it . - 7 a f a a 1 1 4 1 a - 1 1 ' - Z 1 4 1, , 1 , , , 1 1. 1 1 , . . . Q . . ' ' c . A ' ' c . ' .. 7 - C 3 . k., U . . , . . K - . . ,. , c c V .. i . . . -I , c . 1 1 cc n,, I - Q w 1 a . . . . , . . . ' . c , , . - . . . I . J 9 a 7 . . . . . l .. Q I . c . - ug ' Q I w f 1 ' 5 7 . 4 - .. Q . .A . . c c.: , , , . . C . L. . . . . D . , . . . Q . c 1 7 7 C ' . . . . C . C I . . . 2 . . . . ' A . 2 ' cl 1 1 ' c . ' A . . . . . C. I Spanish Club 4th row: Saxe, Greenberg, Kligerman, Zitser, Freedman, Margolis, Loukides, Leventhal, Yaffe, Litwak. 3rd row: Doodi31Howarcl, Weinstein, Healy, Fitch, Daly, R. Rabinowitz, Galloghy, Node an, Pollock. 2nd row: I. Babinowitz, Sibley, I. Miller, Slianley, Moriarty, O,I'IZ11'21, R. Barrett, Salvatore, Vece, Leventhal, Hughes. Front row: Lauclano, Opper, Jaffe, R. Horowitz, Bence, Comstock, Matloff, Brochin, Toplitsky. Spanish Club 4th row: Matruciano, Evans, Riello, Colleran, Gregory, NVellington, Cone, Cofrancesco, Arak, Hafner. 3rd row: Chaiken, Brody, O'Brein, Stumpf, Proctor, Mucinn, Rosenkrantz, Jacobs, Samovitz, Rowe, Silverman, Sherrod, Elclrich. 2nd row: Palmieri, Samuels, Fox, F. Miller, Goldstein, Fishman, Hencller, Alclermon, Sliafer,, Scliycon, Shapiro, Kliger, Scilla. Front row: Rotlman, Backer, Silverman, Vurenka, Ricliarclson, president, Morris, Mug, Krouick, Fleischner. 182 World Affairs Club 3rd row: Shemitz, Dianni, Goldner, Freedman, Wellington, Kligerman, Kasimer. 2nd row: Saxe, Sachs, Fox, Yule, Carney, Regelson, Litwak. Front row: Rabinowitz, Brenner, Brochin, DiFrancesco, Lichter. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club for 1948-1944 was organized in December under the guidance of Miss Rose Doherty and Miss Lucy Harris, the club advisers. Because of the fact that there were a greater number of Spanish students Wishing to join than could be accommodated, the club was limited to senior Spanish students only. At the organization meeting the following students were elected as oilicers for the year: ' Margaret Richardson ..,...,..,........,.4.,4....,...........,............... President Herbert Morris ............,.. ...... C hairinan of Program Committee Olga Varenka ...........,..,.......,.......,,.................................... Secretary Richard Feldman .,................,..................,..............,.,.,..... Treasurer The meetings of the club were held on the second Tuesday of each month in room 18S. Miss Doherty secured for the club the best available speakers. The first speaker to address the club was Leon Brochin, a graduate of Hillhouse High School, who spoke about Mexico and the Spanish language. At the next meeting our guest speaker was Mrs. Bush, a native of Spain, who discussed briefly her experiences in the recent Spanish Revolution. At the third meeting the Club Was fortunate in having-as guest speaker Mr. Krell, an Argentinian, who talked of Argentina, its government and its important cities. The final speaker was Dr. Sidell, a Chilean physician, who told about Chile, the Chilean government, schools, and hospitals. At the last meeting a play was presented by Thelma Brochin and her associates, thus bringing the year to a successful close. WORLD AF F AIRS CLUB The members of the VVorld Affairs Club meet every other week during the school year in order to discuss world problems of the day. Conclusive answers to the topic on hand are sought by the analysis of current events, by discussion of the members' ideas, and by the talks of various guest speakers. Because of the students, increasing awareness of the world situation, our meetings this year have assumed a greater importance. Post-war planning has provided many interesting meetings as have political, social, and labor problems. 183 Motion Picture Club 3rd row: Nodelman, Munro, Rabinowitz, DiLonz1rdo, Green, K. Getchell. 2nd row: Pollock, Dwyer, Treichel, Colleran, Czepiga, Goodrich, Durol. Front row: Horowitz, Shapiro, Greenberg, Alpert, Iaffe. Photography Club 3rd row: Himmel, Riello, Collerun, Markham, Bromberg, A. DeLouise, Znd row: E. DeLouise, Sachs, McGarry, Richardson, Musto, Mulvey, Leipuer Front row: Kaplan, Sibley, Gerull, Punella, Yulo, Shanley. 184 . Chemistry Club 3rd row: Basel, Nash, Celtman, MacDonald, Wellington, Cedarbaum, Kasimer, Schwartz. 2nd row: Hafner, Brenner, Hyman, Hubbell, Barach, Regelson, Harriman. Front row: Harrison, Sachs, Lavelle, Freedman, Shemitz, Cohen. A.M. MOTION PICTURE CLUB Discussions, reviews, and criticisms of leading pictures, private screenings, making of motion pictures, theatre parties, and meetings with guest speakers have been some of the activities in the program of the A.M. Motion Picture Club this year. Two members of the club gave illustrated talks from pictures they had taken themselves. Other members are now in the process of making a film, "New Haven At Warf' which will be continued next year. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The aim of the Photography Club is to promote and develop an interest in photography. The club meets twice a month under the supervision of Mr. Max Small of the Chemistry Department. The membership is composed of both students who have had considerable experience and those students who are be- ginners. The 'first group profits by mutual criticism and the exchange of ideas. Those who are novices in the Held learn about the construction and operation of the camera, and also the processes of developing and printing film. This instruc- tion is given by means of a class which is ollered every week to the members by two boys in the club. A The Photography Club has also undertaken the production of a school album which will be placed in the school library. This will record in pictures, taken by club members, some of the school activities, such as classes, school games, assem- blies, and meetings of other clubs. From time to time various experts in the Held of photography are invited to speak before the club. These talks help to stimulate more interest and to further the understanding of photography. CHEMISTRY CLUB In the past year the Chemistry Clllb has witnessed experiments conducted by Mr. Langdale and Mr. Tripp covering a wide variety of chemical reactions. At one meeting movies were shown concerning radium and sulphur. Two meet- ings were devoted to visiting the Agricultural Station and the New Haven Water Company. The experiences of the club have clearly shown the members the ever-increasing importance of chemistry in our daily life. 185 Girl Reserves 3rd row: Amarante, Dunleavy, Scavino, Abato, Kaezor, Gruneis, Saracco, Carney, DeNice 2nd row: Howard, DeNegre, Graefe, DiLeonardo, Clare, Colleran, Czepiga, Shanley, Durol Front row: Scillia, Bmsey, Kluck, Surprenant, Chaosky. I I Junior Red Cross Council 3rd row: Rahinowitz, Shanahan, Robbins, Scott, Colwell, Rubin, Bray, McGuire, Heinz. 2nd row: Swanson, De1Vecchio, Stimpson, Pokrop, Carpenter, Morgan, Diana, Sxbley, Romanow. Front row: DiVito, Ahern, MacDonald, Buchanan, Geiger, Nolan, Fitch. 186 Girls' Jewish Hi-Y P 2nd row: Brown, Rubin, Arotsky. Front row: Gandelman, Abramovitz, Cooper. TI-IE GIRL RESERVES The junior organization of the YWCA is called the Girl Reserves. Not only are the girls of this club interested in the recreational value of the YWCA, but they are also taught unprejudiced points of view on varied subjects. In order to bring about a permanent peace, the future leaders of the world must be free from hatred of other races, and the "new Worldv must be totally unprejudiced in all matters. Part of this teaching is taken over by the Girl Reserve advisers. Not only are the Girl Reserves looking for the betterment of the future, but they are also helping in the present. Red Cross work, U.S.O. scrapbooks, all national and inter- national drives are aided by the Girl Reserves. And, of course, social activities are never entirely forgotten by the members. They may always enjoy speakers on world betterment, conferences, and dances. But the main purpose of the Girl Reserve program is to prove that the awayv things are done is as important as "What" is done. GIRLS' IEWISH HI-Y Under the guidance of Miss Adele Sherman, the Jewish-I-Ii-Y has had a very successful year. ' Since its organization for the purpose of developing better spirit and coopera- tion among young girls, the I-Hi-Y has successfully accomplished its aim. The club has conducted both industrial and social activities. The members have contributed their spare time to several organizations and institutions, includ- ing the Red Cross and the Jewish Home for Children. They have made contribu- tions to many worthy charities and funds.. Socially, they have had several teas, including a Motheris Day tea, as well as bowling parties and theatre parties. To end the year, the members attended a dinner and theatre party, which was a great success. 187 Inter-Fraternity Council 2nd row: Allen, Powning, Morseburg, Hasselman, Mauicciano, Davis, Caso. Front row: Evans, Jacobson, Sachs, President, Rashba, O'Connor. The interfraternity and intersorority councils completed a most successful school year, supporting the various charities, sponsoring athletic events, and generally providing a basis for inter-society cooperation. The fraternities and sororities donated generously to the Red Cross, Community Chest, and like organizations, swelling the amount given by the school as a whole. Various societies, the sororities especially, volunteered their services in assisting manv charitable organizations to carry out their work. VVith help increasingly difficult to obtain, this assistance was invaluable. Among the organizations helped were the Visiting Nurse,s Association, the City Mission, the Dixwell Community Center, the jewish Childrens, Center, and the hospitals. As has been the custom in previous years, most of the societies sponsored prizes in the various departments, with two new prizes being established, a mathematics prize in memory of john Broker by Alpha Iota Epsilon, and a physics prize by Delta Sigma Kappa. 190 Inter-Sorority Council 'ind row BlLV1lI9 Hmsen llVl1"ll6I1 Mor 111 Colhel Porto Perluns Dclll C.1111er1 Front row Kxonltk Aldcrm 111 Ford Boyce Presldcnt Jlflc JlClxS0l1 Evely SOC1Cty had at least o11e dance Wltll many havmg two O1 H1016 WOlk 111g tow ud 1l1tG1 SOCISW coope1at1on 1 11un1be1 of f1ate1 111t1es and S01 O11t1CS 513011501 ed j01l1t dances VV1tl1 excellent 1GSllltS One dance 1un by Ups1lon Lambda Pl11 W IS 111f111f1ged 111 such a 11oveln1a11ne1 Wlllll a cl1a1 ge of a penny fO1 each pound of tl1e guls welght that It 1ece1ved 11cwspape1 pLIDl1C1ty Klppa Iota P1 elected sented an I'IO1'101 Roll of f1ate1s 111 se1v1ce In tl1e 21tl'1lCf1C l1ne early fall found '1 football league ll0l11'1Sl11Dg Wltll Mu S1g111'1 dowmng Delta P1110 Ups1lon Lambda P111 be'1t1ng Omega Delta a11d Delta Rho takmg U L P Seve1al t1ate1111t1es plaved basketball 111 a C1tV wlde league Baseball found Alpha Iot1 EpS1lOI1 defeatmg '1 St1ODg S1g11'1"l. C111 Rho tefun Deltl Rho W111n111g ovel U L P a11d Mu Slgllla Cl.OW111Dg U L P The se 15011 Wls lJ1Ollgl1t to 1 close W1th the p1ese11t'1t1o11 of thc annual K11SCl11161 PIIZG g1VC11 by the soc1et1es 'ls 1 g1Ol1p 111 1101101 of M1 Cl1a1les K11 sch 11e1 p1111c1p1l en1e11t11s Senlor p1es1dc11ts A1tl1u1 Sachs a11d Ca1ol Boyce lfllllled over then offlces to 111111019 Cl1a1les Hu1se11 and Gl 1dys V eno, C01'lf1d81'1t that the year had been f1ate111ally and socmlly successful 191 .. : A '- ., 2 , 1 , 2 , ', ,Q " , A 1 li 1. . 'J t CA 3 ' I. I, . Q n l " . E.. 1- . .. ,vc . .I C 2 c 1 ' ', ' ' ' .g . 7 C . Q . A . . . u i f . a King and Quee11 of Hearts at its Valentine dance, a11d Delta Rho Sigma pre- . . D A C I V J I . . I . . r . C 7 A. . I . K 7 ' ' . . ' 2 ' ' 1 ' ' . ' c , 2 ' . . ., I . . . ' 2 k ' I ' A ' cl ' A I ' 1 ' Q q -' . ' ' C 2 1 ' 4 .. 1 l l -l A 17 1. ' r 'Q' 1. . Q ' A L Q Q , n 1 ' . . C lc L 1 wifi 'dl Ally: is Ex NMLE-g5?Sgg45'W' All Gamma Delta Psi Fraternity VVillia1n Curley lack Engelhart Thomas Lenihan Charles Morseburg Ioseph Singleton Eugene Sullivan Faculty Advisers: Mr. Edward C. Crowley Ioan Buchanan Charis Goddard Mr. Charles L. Kirschner - Honorary Mr. Albert E. Merriam any W -I CD 0 W 0 Q :ll 1 :.:..::.fw -54552322 , 4 ..,.. 5 Jigs 5? 15.5-as swf' , mg, Wim HM ..... , ,Y.3,:,:1f.Q n , . Q K Nancy Perkins Merna Sibley Martha Swain Faculty Advisers: Miss Ruth L. Bucldington Miss Isabel S. Mitchell Miss Marjorie H. Segur Miss Ella E. Smith 192 . :'7'. O' ,I Q' ., '. : 1 '19 .. ., I I 3 0 v Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity Richard B. Hasselman Iolm Hudson Faculty Advisers: Mr. Herbert WV. Chappell Mr. Irving N. Countryman - Honorary r Alpha Alpha Sorority Sandra Clark Patricia DeWees Ianet Ford Alice Hall Ioyce Hubbell Faculty Advisers: Mary Ebba Ingholt Ioyce Loftus Elizabeth ,Richardson jane Sclnnittgall lane Stockwell ... Miss Margaret Cragin Mrs. Frances Elmendorf Miss Alice Hammond - Honorary Miss Susan R. Wilcox 193 .r I Y, r F lll may llllll I Kappa Mu Sigma Sorority Mary Bateman Betty Benson Mary Burland Anne Clifford Rosemarie Corbett Elaine Fitch Eleanor Iacob Winif1'ed Kiernan Therese Martin Mary G. McKeon Elizabeth Shanley lane VVhalen Catherine Gunn Rosemarie W1'igley Faculty Advisers: Miss Grace E. Currie Miss Bose Doherty Mrs. Mary Goodwin Alpha Iota Epsilon Fraternity Iohn Broker Thomas Casey Iohn Grant Harold Moore Paul North Iames O'Connor Francis Shanahan Arthur Sweeney Conrad Sweeney Iohn Sullivan Faculty Adviser: Mr. Henry W. Farrington fm, 2 H gif " i f Ha , fa V v Xb iii v ,ll J Vu lf 2: 3 gan, E ,'ffN.:. if H Q 1 O M si Delta Sigma Kappa Fraternity Richard Davis Stewart Hampton Garrett Powning Faculty Advisers: Mr. Gordon N. Christopher Mr. Frank H. Nettleton Mr. Thomas F. Richardson Mr. Ralph VVentw0rth - Honorary ,' 1 ik 6' Theta Rho Sorority Patricia Fallon Lillian Kapitan -lean Hansen Elizabeth MCGH1'1'y Olga V arenka Faculty Advisers: Mrs. Gladys M. Porter Miss Margaret Davin 195 Phi Sigma Sorority Pearl Anderson Helen Collier Carol Boyce Esther Ericson Barbara Bursey Carolyn Iensen Faculty Advisers: Miss Pauline Hanson Miss Adelaide T. Hatch Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity Donald Allen Albert Kacillas Robert Baron Charles Nash Victor Bolka Faculty Adviser: Mr. Cleveland Thurston 196 419 'vi A 495 119 :DB as -Q, QA . ' gl iq A X62 4? Ya' xl ng Cmega Delta Fraternity Harvey Cedarbauni Harry Komisar Obie Davis Teddy Kravitz WVal'ter Greenwald Edwin Rabinowitz Perry Saxe Faculty Adviser: Mr. Robert T. LeV ine M Alvin Evans Prichard Feldman Arnold Gerall Irwin Goldberg Arnold Gordon Faculty Advisers: Dr. George T, Davis - H onorm 0 If ,rifiifal .9 an on E ?,, " Qlzedig " s: Y! ca 3 ll 'I1 Q na I Q Q :I 5- 4 Burton Racow Malcolm Rosenthal David Shutan Edward Wallalit Leonard Zeidenberg 'U Mr. Ernest E. Feldman 197 Pi Lois Alderman Harriet Brenner Charlotte Fishman Laurel Fox Leila Goldstein Barbara Hendler Is? rn 'U 2. F' : I ., us o W o W :xl 1 .,., .i EQ-45 . iiiffl Jail IL A A U Barbara Hyman Ruth Labov Gloria Mag I-Iilna Rottman Phyllis Sachs Helene Samuels Faculty Adviser: Miss Amy L. WVeeks U . Sigma Chl Rho Fraternity Thomas Dolan Ioseph Finnegan Raymond Purcell john Simpson Faculty Adviser: Mr. Edgar Lafreniere 198 -V.',. 1 ' N I 1' g K X ' V ' Phi Sigma Phi Sororify Lucille Backer Elaine Kliger Ruth Eiclienbaum Irina Kronick Carol Fleischner Sylvia Licliter Sarah Glass Ina Ronianofi Barbara Silverman Faculty Advisers: Mrs. Bernadette Braslin Miss Marion M. Horn X' N :" H Phi Beta Fraternity Albert Fagan Seymour Nepiarsky George Krell Feninore Puklin Erwin Leventlial Donald Wolinsky Marvin Yaiie Faculty Adviser: Mr. George M. Chernoff 199 4-. EI 0 f te al- ,Q Q- 33 .vb ,,. 'fa 19 is 5? 'S 1 P Q Delta Rho Sigma Fraternity Seymour Berger Arnold Iacobson Milton Brownstein Leonard Leventhal Marvin Goldfarb Arthur Sachs Sherwood Greenberg Robert Sclrvvartzman Gerald Zitser Faculty Adviser: Mr. Philip I. Hyman Upsilon Lambda Pi Fraternity Arnold Burack Ierome Caplan Lawrence Freedman George Gillrnan Fred Goldner Edward Litwak Lester Margolis Herbert Morris Myron Perry Norman Rashba Norman Shemitz Harry Wellingtorr Faculty Advisers: Mr. Herman Cherman - Honorary Mr. David Beichgott Mr. Max Small 200 Epsilon Nu Sigma Sorority Puta Kant? 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As an example, last year calisthenics were unduly stressed, but this yea1', with the navy leading the way, there has been a return to group games in so far as possible. This has been especially noticeable in New Haven High School as, continuing last year's program, varsity sports have not only been continued but increased. There have been larger squads in all sports, and more boys are aided by the program that an athletic team offers. Besides the regular participation in the sport itself, a general training is stressed. Witli nearlypall the squads holding practice once a day, the boys who take part in outside athletics are more physically fit for their post-graduation lives. In most cases this means entering the armed forces, where physical fitness is important. The physical education program really began in August, several weeks before school opened, because it was at that time that the first call for football candidates was made. About 80 boys took part in football, and about 50 stayed throughout the season. Of course more boys played football than any other sport, but a similar increase was common to all teams, that is, from the 30-50 average of 1942-43 to the 50-S0 average of 1943-44. Not only did our teams show an increase in the number of players, but they also showed better records. The football team won the state championship, the bowling and hockey teams were both second in district competition, the basket- ball team, besides winning the district championship, reached the semi-finals in the state tourney, and the swimming team placed third in the state tournament. From this impressive record it can be seen that the stress on athletics is already bearing fruit among the seniors in Hillhouse. Though not as easily shown as in athletics, progress has also been made in the gym classes, as the turnover from calisthenics to games started. Basketball and volleyball are both played, whereas they formerly were not a part of the regular gym schedule. Of course a few of the best exercises are still used in the gym classes. The number of periods per week for a senior has been left at two, the same as last year. In this war year, the physical education department has been very fortunate in being able to obtain new apparatus. Both ropes and flying rings have been installed in the gym, and in the latter part of the year they have been used extensively. Between the outside athletics and the inside gym classes the members of the class of 1944 are certainly a rugged group of boys, well able to face their futures. 208 was an ff ss-r an m ming ss spawn mx rm E Arfm xm:w' Wi. mlm swf 1. z: mn wma mx: 11 mm am mn mx mx aww ws. 'vnu fr.-1 ms mn wk n-QM.-'fm' L. 209 5 L vw gk: Em Ax': gxgxggzgaai wma , ' 'N E , . E , . .. 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In the second encounter the Hillhouse machine easily rolled over Cheshire Academy to the score of 25-2, Cheshire having scored only a safety in the second Jeriod. I Hamden loomed as a stiff opponent, but our hard-charging line and swift backfield overran them and left the Yale Bowl victorious. The invincible Hillhouse eleven was almost thrown for a loss by a spirited Danbury team which offered stiff resistance throughout the game. But when the linal whistle blew, Hillhouse emerged the victor for the fourth successive time. The hardest game of the season took place when New Haven came to grips with Hartford on the wet turf of Colt Stadium. The Hartford team, bent on bottling up Iackson, was unable to stop hard-hitting Paul Wasseth from tall ing twice. Ned Weir set up the first touchdown with a beautiful forty-yard run which ended on the one foot line. Paul Wasseth plunged over for the score, and jackson converted. A well-scouted New Britain team was slaughtered by fast-stepping lackson and seven hard-hitting linemen, supported by a well-quarterbacked secondary. At this game a new pass was unleashed, thrown by Paul WVasseth, who had here- tofore been strictly a charging fullback, to jackson, who, once past the line, easily outdistanced the New Britain backs for three out of his four touchdowns of the day. The Turkey Day game this year was not just another Thanksgiving Day game. The outcome of this game determined district and state championships. The Hill- house team, expecting a tough battle, was surprised to find themselves on the top of a 33-0 score at the end of the Hrst half. The Ac line had crushed the West Haven front force and had held them scoreless while our backfield led on by Iackson massacred the VV esties. In the second half, the second and third teams played, but they were unable to stop the vengeful Westies, who passed to the Ac five yard line before the Hrst team went in to stop them. The West Haven team just didn't dare to try to fight through our first line, so they took to the air again, throwing a pass which bounced off three players' hands before being caught by a West Haven man for the Westies' only score. This manslaughter finally ended with Hillhouse ahead '52-6. Statistics alone cannot tell the story of the Hillhouse 1943 team. The line play excelled as this sturdy forward wall stopped all opposition. Buddy Dempsey and -lack Thompson kept the ends intactg "Tritt, Guarino and loe ':Cvclone', Finnegan held the tackle posts securely and Art Sweeney and Lenny 'Fasano with the aid of center Con Sweeney made the middle of the line impregnable. Another "unsung heron was George V arley whose hard blocking, calmness, and clever signal calling were important factors in every game. After this successful season, the team held a victory banquet at which awards were given to members of the team and business staff. 211 Waslcowitz Trophy New New New New New New New Haven Haven Haven Haven Haven ........... Haven ...,....... Haven .....,....., RECORD Scores New London Bulkeley .... 7 Cheshire Academy ,,....,.,. 2 Hamden ..,......,......,........,., 0 Danbury .......,........,. I ....,.. 6 Hartford Public ,.......,..... 6 New Britain A......,. ........ 6 West Haven ...., ........ 6 33 Captain for the year: Levi ALL STATE C apta-ins Dempsey A. Sweeney Iackson Finnegan Guarino Weir Varley, Luc jackson First Team-Levi Iackson CCaptain, Best Bet, highest number of votes and highest percentage of votes ever polledj, Leonard Fasano. Second Team-Arthur Sweeney, Anthony Gnarino. Honorable Mention-Iames Dempsey, joseph Finnegan, Conrad Sweeney George Varley, Ned Wei1', Paul Wasseth. 212 iani, C. Sweeney Soccer Team 2nd row: Powell, Middleton, Esdaile, Deveneau, Iinetopolus, Huff, Williams, 'W ' . l. Mr. Rice, cofmci Front row: Schleiclier, Arak, Pratt, Iacobson, captain, Liburd, Swain, Buemi. Captained by "Arnie,' Iacobson, the soccer team enjoyed a very successful season, coming through undefeated except by a Yale mixed service team, and Winning the district championship. The Acs opened the season with a game against a Yale service team which l t' Aft defe itin Hopkins 2 0 they were stopped by an- ended in a score ess 1e. er z g - , other Yale mixed service team with a 3-0 score. Then the booters hit their stride, beating West Haven 8-0, Hopkins again 4-0, and West Haven also for a second time 2-0. The last encounter against Seymour was a thriller in which neither team could score. Ronald Williams and Iohn Deveneau, two outstanding juniors, were elected co-captains for next year. RECORD Hillhouse ......,. .,..... 0 Yale Service Team ,,............ .....,.. 0 Hillhouse ........ ...,.. 2 Hopkins ........,.. .. ., .,r.......,.., 0 Hillhouse .....,.. ,,,... 0 Yale Mixed Service Team r........... 3 Hillhouse ...,.,.. ....... 3 West Haven ..r...,....,...,....,............,. 0 Hillhouse ..,,.... ....., 4 Hopkins ..,,...,.,.....,...,......,... ....,... 0 Hillhouse ...,.... ,....,. 2 l'Vest Haven ...... .....,.. 0 Hillhouse ...,.... ...,... 0 Seymour ........, ........ 0 213 Basketball Team 2nd row: SllflkGSD6ilI'C, Williams, Fezzu, Fiuarclo, Anderson, Berger, Novack, WVussetl1 Cohen, Mr. Bender, couch. Front row: Lnpides, Esduile, Xfvllillfill, Margolis, Baron, Jackson, Vitelli. , Cheer Leaders Kneeling: Amore, Chetrick. Standing: DeL0uise, Vcstuti, Kaplan. 214 BASKETBALL TEAM The b 1sketlJ1ll team completed '1 successful se1s011 Wllllllflg thnteen -1nd los mg tl11ee contests They wo11 tl1e11 Blst five gfmmes agfunst B1 111fo1d Hfunden Haltfmd Pubhc lrVest Haven 1nd New Blltalll befo1e they we1e defewted by Co111111e1 C1 1l 111 the 'lypo Gvm Afte1 subdu111G II unden f111d Hf11tto1d Publ1c the Acs wgam f'1ccd then 11v 1ls hom ac1oss tl1e p'7.lkW1y 'md coasted to 111 easy 44 20 v1cto1y Chuck VVhcl111 lung of the bfrelxbou ds w1s 111 1ITlp01ff1I'1t facto1 111 keepmg down the b11s111ess111e11s SCOIG XVl11lC, '1cl son 1olled 11p I9 pomts I01 I'I1lII1OL196 to be l11Ul1 SCO161 ICI the mght Afte1 IJG'lI1D4T Cheshnc the team cl111ched tl1e chstuct ClI"l1T1p10HSh1p by de featmg West H 1111.11 The Benclu 111611 then joumeved to New B11t1111 Hlgh School WIIGIC they wc1e be 1te11 by tl1e test II'11ClW"l1G Clty five At West Pomt they wo11 the list game of the ILQQLII Il season be1t111g tl1e Plebes by 1 some of 38 24 In tl11s game Buon who sco1ecl I4 pomts wf1s out standmg In the q11f1l1ly111g IOUDCI of tl1e C I A C tou111 1111e11t tl1e Acs 10lled ove1 M1nchestc1 the guue endmg Wlth 1 sco1e of 45 22 111 f'1VOl of N II II S 1-"1C1Dg COIIIIHCICI 1l 111 tl1e qu IIIGI Hnwls they edged out tl1e11 opponents 111 1 tlght gune 111 NXl11Cl1 Chauhe Wl1el111 pushed up tl1e dec1d111g basket In the 561111 Hnals '1fte1 '1 poo1 H1 st l'1"llf 10'11I1bt '1 H1shy TO1111lgtO11 te 1m the l100pStC1S cfune bxck 111 the seco11d halt to t1e tl1e sco1e It 39 89 111 the last few 11'l111l.ltG9 of pl 111 Then TO1l11IgtO11 moved ahead w1tl1 1 foul and CIIHCIISCI the game NV1th '1 Held fro 11 thus VV11l111lIg tl1e oppo1t11111ty to plfly 111 tl1e H111ls Ne11 New New New New New New N ew New New New New New New New H11 en H11 en II11 e11 II211 e11 H IX e11 H 211 e11 II 1ven II'1Vc11 II 1vc11 II IX e11 II IX en II wen II IX e11 II11 e11 H'1ve11 RECORD 9 C I A C Total 9 Se 1so11 Tot1l 9 Tot'1l 0 B1 f111fo1 cl H 1mde11 West Hfzven New B1 ltillll Co111111e1 clal Himden H '11 tfO1 cl Pubhc COIIIIIICI C1 11 Cheshu e West H wen New B1 1t1111 West Pomt IAC O MHIICBCSICI COIIIIIIGI C1'1l To11111gto11 I5 4, 2 2 c .2 , I Q -' 1 c " ' ' A. . 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I-cl 1 -2 ...,...,..,......,. 38 ' ....., . 5.17 C. . . . -2 I ,.................. 45 - ' ,,,,, ,, - 'c 7 ...... ...,,.....,.. 2 5 ' .4 ,A4,, c ......,... ,..,.... 3 2 ". ,,,,, ,A . . . . ..... .. 10... 2 Z .,.,......,. 2 .,........,.,..,,.....,.,. 6-9 ,.. Hockey Team 2nd row: Mr. Halpin, trainer, Donovon, Robinson, co-mgr.g West Ceigei T Gr int I Gr int Anderson, Panczak, O,C0l1ll0l', co-n1gr.g Dolan, Mr Culver Qolch Front row: Shanahan, Simpson, Falcone, Purcell, captaing Swanson Read El1U6ll1lff RECORD New Haven .,.,.,. ...,.,,. K ent ....,..,.,,. New Haven .....,. ...,.... W est Haven New Haven ...,... ........ I iamden .... New Haven ....,.. ,,..,... C heshire .... New Haven ....... ......., W est Haven New Haven .,..... ........ T aft ..,..,.,,,.. New Haven ....,.. ..,.,... H amden .... New Haven Cheshire .... New Haven .....,. ....,... T aft ....,.. New Haven ..,.... ....,... C hoate ...,,... New Haven West Point New Haven West Haven New Haven Cheshire .... New Haven ....... ,.,...., H amclen ..,. 216 HOCKEY TEAM Xlvllllllllg te11 out ot totnteen gnnes the H1llhouse hockey tefun came out second 111 thc d1st11ct Cl1IITlp1Oll9l11p 1 1ce bemg ben cly noscd out by H lrnden I11 thc Fnst sgnne 1 non Cl1St11Ct e11cou11te1 tl1e tc'1n1 took OVG1 Kent School, though due to tl1e f1ct tl1 It they l11ve 1 long skatmg se 15011 thc Ixent te 1n1 wfms 1 'lt6Cl hlgh Next thc L11lvt1111en showed tl1C1l POWVGI 1g11nst West Haven the H1St d1s t11ct compet1to1 tl11t thcy pl1ycd by be1t1ng them tlnee to notlnng Then thnd game ot the season put thcm 111 tl1e lc 1d fO1 the Cl1St11CI t1tle In thls gfunc they ClGfC1t6Cl H nndcn 111 111 OVCIIIITIL tl'l11llL,1 by 1 fOLl1 to tlnee sco1e The next two g'1n1es p1oved ve1y easy IS the Acs chsposed of Chesl111e md Xlvbbt II wen by lfuge SCOIGS gcttlng tl111tee11 p0111tS 111 these two games alone The e1sy tl111 teen must hfwe bee11 unlucky because they WC16 beatcn twlce 111 success1on, fhst by Tait 1nd thcn by H lmden The IIWIHCIGD gfnne was 1G"lllV closc1 thin the QCOIC 1nd1c1tes Hfunden sco1ed thst but the le1d chfmnged con st1ntly duung the Fnst two pcuods Tl1L1G WVCIC many P6H"llt1CS called duung tl11S gune, and botl1 teams spent so111e IIITIC playmg Wlth only fotu 1ne11 In the last peuod .II11HClLI1 sl1d 111 1 qmck goal but the game was 011 edge u11t1l the 11st few seconds when the w1n11e1s put two 1no1e sco1es 111110 the 116t Afte1 tlns the puckste1s made up fO1 the two losses by Wlflfllllg two gfuncs The fnst, '111 efnsy Cl1bt11ClI gfnne IGSLIIICCI 111 a I11H11T1111g of Cheshne Aftel that they 111 1de up f01 tl1e11 defeat Qt t11cl11nds of Taft by be'1t1ng them two to 1lOtl'11Dg Then tl1ey VVBIG T01 ccd to y1eld to '11'lOtl161 p1ep scl1ool as Choate bent them tl11 ee to two The hockey tea111 becfmme tl1e fhst te'1n1 hom II1lll1ouse to go to West PO1l1t and the11 Hne SpO1tSlT1 111511113 paved the w ly fO1 otl1e1 teftrns VV1tl1Ol1f gettmg 1 penalty called agamst them, they bewt the Plebes fotn to two Two 111016 dlSt11Ct games saw New Haven beat West Hfmven and Cheshne IS '1 bu1ld up to tl1e Cl12I.1T1p1Ol1Sl11p game w1th Hamden Tl1e Hfnnden game was by fan the most 6XC1tl11g gune of tl1e sc'1son 1 I'I'11T1ClC-311 Hflshccl tl1e hghts o11ce 1n tl1e fhst peuod 'md '10"11l1 IH thc sec011d I 1 tl1e tl111d peuod Ed Panmck pushed 0116 goal 1nto tl1e nets and l'11S was fol lowed by Tommy Dolan s 90016 Tl11s peuod ended 111 1 t1e so the gune hid to YO 111lfO ove1t1n1e Ilfnnden sco1ed 111 the ove1t1n1e and tl1e lJ1G'IlCS w1ve1ed Lllltll w1th 0116 n1n1ute and Iifty seconds left Hfnnden chnchecl tl1e gunc w1tl1 a final SCOIG Cledlt should be g1V611 to all the 1312157615 and espec1all to the 51st l1ne Bobby Bead Ed Panzack and Iack Englehznt On the cle ense were Iohnny Snnpson Captfun Ray Pmcell '1nd goahe Al F'1lco11e Of these Ifmclt Englehmt 1ece1ved second place 111 the SpO1fS1'1I"l1l9l1Ip uophy awfud 'md Bobby Rc 1d and Al F'1lco11c VVCIC elected co cflptuns fo1 next ye'11 917 ' c , c " ' ' ' Z . 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I. -J Swimming Team 3rd row: McGuire, Peterson, Caplan, 11lg1'.Q WVright, Bildes, Brooks. 2nd row: Mr. Gray, Coach, Kohler, Strickland, Schatz, Bouzoucas, VValsh, Rho, Conlon, Murphy, Halpin, Lockery. Front row: 'VVhite, Fogarty, capt.3 Pite, Rogers, WVallack. This year the Hillhouse swimming team gained third place in the Connecti- cut High School Swimming Association, Hartford Public and Crosby ranking iirst and second respectively. Throughout the season the mermen defeated every league team that did not have a swimming pool in its school. In many meets the final relay race, which was always close and thrilling, decided the contest. The swimmers who composed the relay team varied in different meets. At West Point the Acs scored more points than any other team against the Plebes. The high scorers for the team were Dick Pite and Hairy Lockery who scored more than sixty points each. . - At the C. I. A. C. meet, held in the Yale pool, Harry Lockery, the captain elect for the 1945 team, became the C. I. A. C. and C. H. S. S. A. diving champion. Captain Ioe Fogarty and Dave Murphy entered the Navy before the meet was held and were unable to participate. New Haven ....,, ....... 4 1 Bassick ...... .,..... 3 4 New Haven ....., ..,... 5 3 Hamden .. ..,. ........ 2 0 New Haven ..... . ..,. 88 Bristol ....,. ., ...... . 87 New Haven ...... .,.,. 3 0 Canterbury .... ,...,.. 3 6 New Haven .,.... ..... 1 6 Roosevelt .........,.... .,....,. 4 1 New Haven ...... ..,... 4 3 Meriden ...,........,. ,.,, ......, 3 2. New Haven ..... ..,.. 4 1 Warren Harding ...,.,....... 34 New Haven ,,..,. ..... 2 1 Hartford Public ..,. ,...... 5 4 New Haven .,..., ...... 2 3 West Point ...,.,.... ...,,... 4 3 New Haven ....... ....... 2 1 Crosby ....,.......... ......, 5 4 218 Bowling Team 9nd row: Eager, Stanford, Cook, Gilbride, DiFrancesco, Savo Front row: Hayes, Ferraro, captain, Pyne, DeCapua. During the season the Hillhouse bowling team: led by Captain Andy Feuaio won tive and lost three matches in the district league, which is composed ot H111 house, Harnden, Commercial, and East Haven. In their final league contest which decided the district championship, the Acs were edged out by Hamden two to one In the state scholastic championship tournament the pinmen defeated Mil ford and F airfield and were beaten by Stratford. In the second match with Commercial, Arnold Bilotta broke 1 high school lecord with a 166 high single. ' RECORD DISTRICT LEAGUE New Haven Commercial New Haven Hamden ..... New Haven ...... ,... . .. East Haven New Haven Commercial New Haven ...... ..,... H amden ..... New Haven East Haven New Haven ,.,.., ..,,. S Commercial New Haven 1 I-Iamden ..... STATE SCI-IOLASTIC CI-IANIPIONSI-UP TOURNAINIENT New Haven ......,,.....,..,...,......,....... 3 Milford ...,. New Haven 4 ..,.. ...,.., 3 F airfield New Haven ....., ........ 0 Stratford ..., Cross Country Team 2nd row: Mr. Iohnson, coachg Kaplan, DeCapua, Tiernan, Stock, Riordon, Roche, DeAngelo, Thompson. Front row: Kaifmer, North, Kennedy, Doherty, Miller, captning Grant, Annino, Zeidenberg. Ro ca. Because of wartime transportation ditliculties, the cross country season was limited to three meets. The Hrst of these was with Plainville High School, and in this meet the Plainville team nosed out our runners by a close score. In the triangular meet held at Hartford, the harriers, though beaten by Hartford, were able to come through with a victory against New Britain for the first time in many years. The Hillhouse captain, Fred Miller, distinguished himself in the interscho- lastic meet at Storrs by Winning a gold medal, to be awarded after the War, for placing among the first ten runners. On the Whole the team did very well considering the fact that only three runners Were seniors, Fred Miller, Toe Annino, and lack Grant, A number of juniors, of Whom Roche and Thompson were outstanding, were groomed for next year. 220 Track Team 3rd row Cr mt Pilltllblll M1 Iohnson coach Cuddy North DeAngclo RIOIC-l 111 Pxconc Stock Goldncr DCLKJLIISL nnntgcr Mtpp 911Cl1OVV Blrbxelo CLCl'1I'b1Ul'l1 Slllllig 1811131111 Tho1npso11 Ivtsxrner N1l1n111s Cosc,11L1 Front row btchs kenncdy ZClClCl1lJC1lg Annxno cftplfuu M1llcr Rolla Mfusclrtll Beglnnmg p1act1ce 1n1111ed11tely '1fte1 the Cl111stmas hohdays the H1llhouse t1ack team stxove to become cond1t1oned fO1 a w1nte1 111eet Wlth the Plebes at West Pomt on Ma1cl1 9 The t1ackste1s l'1OWCVC1 not tho1ough1y g1oo111ed fO1 tl1e co11test VVCIG defeated by .1 pOVVC1fLll f1osh te1n1 Co capta111 Ioe Anmno earned places 1n tl1e 990 yzud dash and the 1L1I1I1111g b1oad jump and f1n1sl11ng second 1n tl1e 60 yfud dash Melv1n Esd ule and Hugh Kennedy also SCO1 ed f01 the Acs At the w111tc1 lnterscholastlcs meet, held on M11Cl1 25 111 tl1e Choate Held house 111 W1ll111gfo1d Coach Iohnstons cha1 ges Hmshed 111 f0l11tl1 place Len11y Ze1de11be1g who was 1H"tCt1V6 at West PO111t bccause of fl leg 1n1u1y pulled a tendon XfVl11lG 1un11111g 111 tl1e 45 y'ud dasl1 Tl1e1elo1e l1e was unftblc to compete 111 tl1e final tual although h1s t1me was tl1e best fo1 that event Ioe Anmno btolte the tape 111 the Cl6C1d1llg heat The other pomt COllGCtOIS fO1 H1ullOLlSG WSIS oe R1o1d'111 'md Co Captallil LGVI ackson who placed second 111 the 600 ya1d 1u11 and shot put 1espect1vely A medley 1elay team composed of Kaplftn Glallt Roche and Stock 'llso gfuned second place 11011015 F1ed M1lle1 efnned a fotuth place 111 the k1lon1ete1 A 1'll1IT1bG1 of meets 'ue scheduled fO1 thls spung 1n wl11cl1 ADIIIHO Ma1 schall and Kennedy a1e expected to SCOIG 111 tl1G sprmts ackson and Esdfule 111 the Held events, and M1lle1, G1 ant and R101 dan 111 the d1stance events 20 l 1 1 ' : '12 ,1a1z, ,'1g , ', a,"1,' A, I .' A ' I A, . l 2 v A 5 L ' 7 . . ,. ' 1 ,'1 'J I. 1 ., z , 1. z , v 5 Q, . , . 1, uw. I i ' ', J 7, ' . , "f , , 'L 1 Q ' , C' , L " ' f. . . . . , . .L L . .. . , . ' 1 -I' Q u , 4, 1 n w : . 1 I . 1 C ' 1 , thirteen of tl1e s1xteen and one-quarter pO111tS for I-Illlhouse, by captunng iitst . -M Q C C . . . . , . . . . c ' c . l 2 u c c ' ' ' . . A. . . c . h . C z , ' u , . I , Y ' , c . L ' . c A ' c ' , ' . ' ' C . . - - 1 L A . .C 2 . . .A . . F . I C L - . .I C . . , . 'I . ' C , . , , c c c ' . ' ' c ' ' . 1 , , .L Q. . . . , ,- , c 'I ' 'A L -., c ' ' , c ' c . -1 Baseball Team Srd row: Peterson, Read, Cribley, Mr. Davin, coachg Thompson, Lapides, Iackson. 2nd row: Flynn, managerg Margolis, Baron, Dunn, Goldberg, Cosenzaj Kennedy, ass't mgr. Front row: Wasseth, Frechette, Weir. Gough, Nolan. New New New New New New New New Manager ...., ...,... T HoMAs FLYNN Coach .,... o.,,... I AMES I. DAVIN SCHEDULE Haven ....., vs. Ansonia .... Haven vs. Hopkins ..... .,,.,. Haven .,,.,. vs. Choate .....,.. Haven vs. Connnercial Haven vs. New Britain Haven vs. West Haven Haven vs. West Haven Haven ..,.... , vs. East Haven 222 Q away j C away? Q away Q Qawayn Tennis Team 2nd row: Markle, Hammoncls, Bilgore, Peterson, Wellington, Freedman, Mr. Culver, coach. Front row: Geiger, Caplan, Morris, V ogel, Saxe, Litwak. New New New N ew New New N ew New N ew State New New New Manager .... ...,.., I RWIN NIARKLE Coach ..... ...,... P AUL CULVER SCHEDULE Haven ...,. .. vs. Choate .... Haven .. vs. Taft Haven ...... .. vs. Hamden .. Haven ...... . . vs. Cheshire . . Haven .... ., vs. Hopkins .. Haven ...... .. vs. Crosby .... Haven .,.... .. vs. West Point Haven ...,.,...........,..,..., . . vs. Hamden . . Haven . ...........,.....,,,..,.,. .. vs. Crosby Tennis Tournament Haven ...........,,....,.,...., .. vs. Hopkins . . Haven ,...., ., vs. Hamclen' ..,. ,.. Haven ,..,.. .. vs. Hopkins ,... 223 C away Q C away Q C away Q C away Q C away? cawayv Q away J f away Q f away Q Rifle Team 3rd row: Ryan, Baldwin, Davidson, Munger, Rohinsky, Moore, Laidlow, Healy. 2nd row: Crossman, Scllycon, Macini, Slayton, Ford, Ruggeiro, Boyce, Ferguson, Sperandeo. Front row: McNicholas,. Eldrich, Flynn, Kluck, O,Connor, Bray. Captain ....,.... .,.,.,., T HOMAS FLYNN Coach ...i..... ...,.,. F RANKLIN ROWE The Hillhouse rifle team came through an' active season, winning three and losing four of their matches by close scores. The team played two kinds of matches: postal and shoulder to shoulder. The postal matches were with Far Rockaway, New York, Middletown, Staples CWestportjg and Crosby CWate1'- buryj. The shoulder to shoulder matches were with West Point-B 'squadg Mid- dletown, and Crosby. Laddie Kluck led the team in scoring with a high of 189. New Haven-868, New Haven-821, New Haven-808 New Haven-792 New H aven-797 New Haven-841 New Haven -796 Far Rockaway-904 West Point-920 Middletown-743 Middletown-723 Staples-850 Crosby-852.0 Crosby-819 224 Girls Physical Education Department Tlns yen '1s IIGVCI befole tl1e G11lS Pl1ys1c'1l ECl.llC'1tl0l'l Depa1t111e11t has been adjusted to Ht the needs of each glll fO1 l1e1 111Cl1V1Cll1al pa1t 111 the Wal eifort VV1tl1 tl1e qual1Hcat1o11s fO1 the many Womens se1v1ces 1n rrund 11l11S111g defense Wo1k tl1e WACS the WAVES and the SPARS tl11s department u11de1 the SUpC1'V1S1011 of M1ss G1 C8l1WOOd MISS Hllklll and MISS Schuug has worked out 1 IJ1Ogl'11T1 wl11cl1 Wlll S'lt1Sfy the 1eq1l11e111e11ts of CVGIY gul RC2'll1Z11'lg the need fO1 keeplng 111 good COl1Cl.1t101'l tl1e g11lS have er1tl1us1 '1st1cally 1all1ed to the SL1ppO1ll of tl11s new p1og11m, Wh1cl1 was especlally p1e pa1ed by tl1e outst xndmg men and women engaged 111 Pl1ys1cal Educatlon 111 COll'1lJO121t10l1W1tll the U S Army the U S Navy the U S Pubhc Health SGIVICC, md tl1e Phys1c'1l F1t11ess D1v1s1o11 of tl1e Office of Defense Health and Welfzue SCIVICCS The gnls themselves fue 1eq11est1ng spec1al f1ct1v1t1es and have taken an a1dc,nt 11ltC1CSt 111 all the elect1ve SP0ltS The e111oll111e11t 111 the 1equ11ed physlcal educauon classes his notlceably 11101 cased Each f1GSll1T1"lD 1nd S01Jl10lT101C IS 1eq1111ed to haue o11e pem 10d of pl1ys1cal CdllCE1t10I1 111 tl1e gy111nas1um each Week fO1 the ye I1 and 111 add1t1on must e1the1 se111o1 g1llS must take 0118 pC11Od of gym a week O1 one 6l6Ct1V6 1ct1v1ty and may t1lxe both Lt they so des11e Tl1e gym classes have been 111ocl1Hecl f-10111 an 111d1V1Clllal aCtlV1ty p1og1an1 to g1oup act1v1t1es Couect posttne 1 necess1ty fo1 good health IS e111phf1s1zed by the use of n1'11cl1111g llllllllllg and 1l1ytl1111 GXC1 C1565 COl1d1t1OU111g CXGICISCS Wl11cl1 develop st1e11gtl1 and 6I1Cllllal1CC make up the seco11d pa1t of the lesson At each IGSSOII at which the LXGICISGS ale perfouned tl1e 11un1be1 of t1111es 19 1nc1eased 0116 ot tl1e values ot these co11d1t1o11111g exe1 CISCS 1S that the 1nte11s1ty of the ac t1V1ty cm be co11t1olled by tl1e 111St1lICtO1 fO1 eacl1 class peuod Tenn games 1elays and d2.11C1I'lg take up the 1CSt of the to1ty mmute pe11od In CO1l1L111Ct101'l Wlfll tl1e 'l.Ct1V1f16S suggested 111 the V1cto1y Colps manufll fm h1gl1 scl1ool gnls many of the classes 'ue test111g thelnselves 111 Cllllllllllg fonvnd 1olls backwmd 1olls IOPC Slxlpplflg ca1twl1eels and basketball Sk1llS Good pl1ys1cal co11d1t1on cannot be st1essed too much It IS fO1 the good of tl1e 11 1t1o11 tl1at tl1e A1ne1 1ca11 people be pl1ys1cally fit and the G11 ls Pl1yS1C8.l Edu c1t1o11 Depsutment 15 domg 1fS put 111 St1G11gtl161'l11lg the l1cf1ltl1 of ltS flltllle c1t1zc11s 995 I Q u n u 4 l 3 1 1 . c ', c l ' , ' c c c ' . ' . . , C . . - . , v , 1, , cv I '-' u u , 1 l : - S. a l . 2 C Z . .C h lr . . . .l ! . . . . . . . . .1 - 7 f .. C . I . t , . .K . K , . - l 2 . C . . . , . c ' . . , . . , . . ' 1: c 1 c ' . I C . . .J I ' C z ' ' ' ' " 1 ' f' ' ' . . M. C p Z., . V . . . . elect an outside activity each term or take another period of gym. All junior and . t .- A .. , . . 2 . . ,C C a ' ' " . . .c lt ' J .I ' ' l. I - -. l ' ' ' " .T,k,'.' A' ,' C' ' ' , ' ' , c ' .. . c L 'A- - ' u 1 7 n ' I- l - ' . 4 . A, . . . C . - ' ' z ' ' ' ' ' f -' . 1 , . 5 . C .K . A . ' . I' 1 - . c, c ' . I I 'I , 2 'L ' f, ' . , . , J . , C i a .n v . I. 3 n z . g - C Q' ' ' 2 ' ' ' .' if ' ' ' .. A Q. -J-I Girls' Sports Council 2nd row: Hyman, Sherin, Buchanan, Kluck, VVrigley, Fleischner. Front row: Jacob, Hansen, Varenka, presidentg Labov, Jensen. The Cirls' Sports Council, founded by Miss Dorothea Stephan in 1936, was instituted in order to aid the physical education department in carrying out the girls' sports activities and to further the interest of girls in sports. Composed of girls elected in their sophomore year by their fellow teammates to represent the different sports, the members of the Council help to arrange all tournaments and to prepare the schedules for the seasonal sports. Sportsmanship, character, and a high scholastic standing are some of the requisites forpmembership in the Council. Under the supervision of Miss Green- wood, Miss Harkin, and Miss Schurig, the girls meet every two months, and discuss the preparations for the sports of the next season. A tea, held in the middle of the school year, is designed to give the sophomore representatives a chance to meet all the Council members. Outstanding athletes receive awards at an all-girl assembly, which is planned by the Council and held at the beginning of May. By acquiring 50 points by participation in some sport, a girl is awarded the numerals of her classg with 150 points more she is eligible to receive her letteigg While through earning 300 more points, she may win a silver pendant awar . ' President .,..,......... ....... O LGA VARENKA Vice-President .....,.. ....... I EAN HANSEN Secretary ......,.... ........ B UTH LABOV 226 Girls' Archery Team Samuels, Fox, Greene, Sekowski, Hubbell, Tarr, Abato, Kluck, Jacob, Fleischner. "They'1'e Either Too High or Too Lowf' This tune, adapted from the current popular hit, was the theme song of the Girls, Archery Team. Last fall, under the supervision of Miss Harkin, girls, both beginners and advanced players, flocked to archery classes, 800 strong. Despite the delayed commencement of fall sports, because of the late opening of school and the blustering cold weather, a tournament was held, in which keen competition was the keynote. Ioyce Hubbell took First place, while the runners-up were as follows: 2. Alice Greene 7. lean Tarr 8. Laurel Fox 8. Carol Fleischner 4. lean Sekovvski 9. Rose Abato 5. Helene Samuels 10. Eleanor Iacob 6. Ladis Kluck 227 Girls' Field Hockey Team 2nd row: DelVecchio, Falcone, Archer, Labov, Bateman, Grady, DeLise. Front row: Scillia, McGarry, Hansen, Varenka, Srockwell. Climaxing a brief season which was considerably shortened by bad weather, the senior field hockey team fought its way to victory over a powerful junior squad by a score of four to one. Mary Bateman, at center forward, carried the spearhead of the offensive by scoring two goals, while Manager Olga V arenka and Lucy Scillia made one goal apiece. Jane Stockwell at right wing and Mary Grady at right inner rounded out a superb forward line. The senior defense was ably headed by Captain lean Hansen, with Betty McGarry and Grace Delise at left and right half, respectively, and Lucille Falcone and Ruth Labov at left and right back. This defense allowed the juniors to slip through for only one goal. The seniors capped their win by the election of the whole squad to the honorary varsity team. 2.28 Girls' Ice-Skating Team 2nd row: Shaw, Sekowski, Tarr, Neilson. Front row: Barnabei, Riordan, Peck. Responding to the call of Old Man Winter, over one hundred and seventy- Hve girls registered in the elementary, intermediate, and Hgure ice-skating classes. At the Arenzfs indoor rink, would-be Sonja Henies eagerly profited from Miss I-Iarkin's expert instruction, learning the fundamentals of ice-skating, along with the Bgure threes and eights and the more intricate dance steps. A skating contest was held at the end of the season, in which Mary Riordan took iirst honors in the Iigure skating competition as well as in the speed skating contest, Iean Tarr and Iean Sekovvski followed in second and third places, re- spectively. In addition to these competitions, an exciting relay took place, and a team consisting of Mary Riordan, Constance Nielson, lean Tarr, Audrey Shaw, Eleanor Russell, and Ruth Rowe won that event. 229 Girls' Swimming Team 2nd row: Whalen, Daly, Mackay, Barach, Cohen. Front row: Anderson, Ahern, Jacob, Moriarty, Fitch. Captain .,.... ,..... . .ELEANOB IACOB Manager ....... ...,..., M Arun MoB1lmTY Splash! Look at them go! The Hillhouse mermaids, under the supervision of Miss Schurig, held an interclass tournament in speed and form swimming during the spring months in the "Y" pool. Virginia Daley took first place among the seniors in form swimming with 32.0 points, which Was the highest possible score, While Elaine Fitch and Leah Barach won second and third places, respectively. In the speed swimming, Ann Etzel, a junior, took Hrst place, Virginia Daley placed second in the interclass contest, and lirst in her class. Elaine Fitch won both third place in the school and second place in the senior class, and Marie Moriarty placed third among the seniors. 230 Girls' Basketball Team :Znd rowz' Hyman, Kligerman, Labov, Hendler, DelVecchio. Front row: Varenka, Brooks, Goldstein, Hansen. Captain .....,... A,.,..., E DITH BROOKS Manager ......,... ...... .,..,........ L ELLA GOLDSTEIN Captaiued by Edith Brooks, who played a flashing game at left forward, the senior basketball team battled its way to victory over the numerically superior squads of the juniors and sophomores in four straight games. Also at forward positions were lean Hansen, Olga Varenka, Barbara Hyman, and Elise Kligerman, all of whom shone superbly in the four contests. Betty Cohen, Gena Del Vecchio, Ruth Labov, and Mary Bateman filled the guard positions, and consistently aided the forwards in making goals. Despite the fact that they were handicapped by a small squad, the seniors avenged their two losses of championship suffered in the past two years when they were beaten by a more powerful upperclass aggregation. Summary: Seniors ,,.... ....,.. 2 5 Iuniors .,...,... ..,... 1 7 Seniors ..... .,...... 2 1 Sophomores ,... . ..,... 12 Seniors ....., .....,. 3 3 Iuniors ......... .....,... 2 7 Seniors ,.,... ....,... 2 4 S ophomo1'es .... ......... 2 1 231 Girls' Table Tennis Team 2nd row: Scillia, Sachs, Ford, Steinhart, Russell. ' Front row: Labov, Treichel, Hyman, Ahern. After a thrilling bout in which sixteen seniors took pait, Betty Ann Treichel battled her way to the championship of the senior table tennis tournament by overcoming Doris Ahern 21-19, 21-17, in the Hnals. Then Betty Ann went on to win the interclass championship by defeating Betty Moore, the junior champion, who had previously beaten Eleanor Kronick, the sophomore champion, in three scorching contests by the close scores of 21-18, 17-21, 21-18. Although Betty Ann has been the sophomore and junior champion of her class, this is the first time she has Won the interclass championship. I 232 Girls' Bowling Team Back row: Goddard, O'Connor, Catuogno, Matloif, Fraulo. Front row: DeNegre Crossrnan, Cohen, Samuels, Treichel. Out of a group of one hundred and twenty-five junior and senior would-be com etitors, thirt -five bowlin fans, includin twent -two seniors, artici ated P Y S 5 Y P P in the tournament held at the end of the season. 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