New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT)

 - Class of 1932

Page 1 of 182

 

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1932 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1932 Edition, New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 182 of the 1932 volume:

fig N f 93-QV S? , ' ,r .'av-'A'9"'9' A -9.0. f ' X of ' ' 'O'0.Q O- 4 0 G v ' ' ' v 'o vp 0 9 o 1 v,' ,ffof - 'Av -nur .iv .mf I..-.-Gym 5... A, , - ,.4 4 5 . g -L - .pn ,g f'-'L - J .,rf+:iA:fIf+'e,9.'-aff? ' ' .f-5-gf2:Ix.:.fs.. -Q,-1-QW. - Y-' -'I Z4?!9?.ioh'.vrn:5S:2b, "'Ia?::.: . ,o,":10,'o.g fa- v wtf? 45.515-v n .-,4- -.- W. : - - ...M -' 'QW .'o -' 1 --,v .gs-,gg ,v 5,7 , ', 1 'I AV". 'fnv ul ' ' S.. 5 gee Ls X w f- 1: 'h,QQ1r " X f',.l X . 1,-- NX ' -"' K . .-:r X N ,'.-5. ,-f 43,35 Q 1: ...Z v.- 4 ,f sa R if M ' 4 xo 1 2 f X' I X , -.1 - ,. -.ff 1: --' ., Ngggl 4 , 4 -Afltuk ,sa :T 2.20.9 ,. 4 - X --2. X Q ,L -.Fn:1,.-gy -3-. 94 I ' 'Q f ,4-f 1 ,:.:g2-.f4-,g2y::,g:a.- ' ' iv' . '- 4-,'--l'2-"4s'1f'. kg-1' 4 . f L+' o 1 o ofsif e?'+ "of '99 QQ., ox 'F 1 w5 5 . att!!! S2 -'Pl 3528239 ppt G' S' 223232S2""' ,!:-:fm-2-+ 4K f -,,'.g4z-'qtfz-Jtvztt: v-.pg::1gqQs433,o::?4rG" 1-5' -v fn' f' V' . -"-'fun '- 'fow- Q YA 4 on IQ 1 ,Q, ,!1.,- ,, , - A ,-4 .v - . s'.o.o-'s,.v.a.' f A 1g32v!fvZ'.?e,3Zt.!f.2:'+E-2gals:-:.fI4'Ia5XiZ5 .1192 "" :LI-f3,vf.v'I'2vIv34:3 , .,v,1,.Q.'v, .,,v,v, Ig- A e .,- f.orc4-,.v.v.x.-.I ,,',v,o.o ,.f K 55.10 as ,v .26-5 g ' 4 f le- Q-arse'-'-'-Y-'-v:+:::::.+avfxfz.-:eats a s-2' ff-Q.:-fm v.--'f-2 '-'eaetfmf - ----- .v , A46, ,A 1 K gf3132+40,-1,f.'-3-,-5,143-gggg3+" ?'.Qg'f:'2!b' F x ,gggdi-,,,5gy.::1:,,. 'YqIgg.!.-2.33-gg ''2'i'251Ffi99:f'i't:'4-'45 5 'F '5935-3F!3S+3Y1?!3'l-'Y-'Q "Y'5'1"5'I9?55' . . 'Y' v.. - --Y' ,-,.' ,--R '.'r1- ,- ,: fo o gc '-" 1' 1. U - ,gsm .3 83 :53391aggrggoggvgqfoifv,-QX v9,yfg4gQfafniof . , . . . . ,. , 2...--':'.+.a'v-' v-v-' Q- : ,,qv'v'2'4e 222-0110, X' ,-Oxfam' 12" f . - . -. 9 - - ..:La-A,v.- 1- V4 1 .le -jnxxvonuvxsun n v v.v.1W'-1 0'0" . -Q J 'J' 'f':QJK 7-""' -'7""'-3' 'xA X - '-v:.gjV"sKO'.Z5 vvd' Yisax ..4Q9O:h". 5: -'fb 010 v I' - w Q W 1 v f '-Q 'Q ' , , . .. ' '."'.'.-, v.,-'-'Z'.1?-2.-.-.-.' 21' .hav-"L fa 6 : 9 ' 6- S Z 0 1. 0.0 . . . -M , .,.. rm- ..: w ' . - 5,914.9 914' 'mv va 4 nl 'S -., -V' ' -'V if "9.-2-.nfff - - . . ' '-----1.-.-'v '- - , , x - , 'g ' 'Q . .' vgafretva. X . F I -inn' 'f .1f41E2?:f.fE:"f7'W viii? -324 'Ria-5221565-fa N -2:+:34af,',f:?. r g- Q , -5. . ,-ml, y qv - 1. V '- ... vq'-' .ff a-.nav A no , -I! X- Glusetizqzi ev. Z - 1.1521 ff I -X . gi sf 7' 0 ,i .4 X , ,. Xi- 5 I A532 , fd , , ff Q Q3 ,,.i. -X wgqs, a, , t 1, ln' X l' 3 2 5 ,f S ..:-57 , '-K 'iyxa '5lg, 'gf' :Sh if ,-114 -tgzgg. x I il ' f O g I 'J Eg' f' -f -uf Z aww My X .,,,. K W ' ?i 1' Lfsf , ' 1 " Qi! 9 N " The WIWCIIGI' 02 y w L f 1932 .ll I C C CQCQQQ5 UQ . Q55 ff-SQ Z ' f kgfffifggbf e? K If F- og .X o 1 - o-X A ,ok as QQ! gaps -ss ssssst 9 1,4 btsg. 5 j ' .X I Q 'rw' L 5 ll f E i . E- gn W ' EN !'. - EA X , : Y i q E .lg-2:'sn.s 10' sy? YQ N X X 1' Q-ZMQ4iQ 3' AMC' ix 4gi5P J X Us I Pubhshed by :he Sensor Class if .J Bullceley School "Fl O -1 GJ O '4 U7 45- QC J f W K - ,- N EJ f R iv of it J A N AV' gm xx Af' ' ' J, wx m DEDICATION To Arthur F He tell the class of 3? offechonotely dednccnres this eleventh edufnon of the BULKELEY WI-IALER, Qs on op preclohve md: Gflon of The elevated positron he Holds an the lweorr of every Bullceley mon, rn recognmon of s erg 1 yeczrs o Font u enefrcnol and courageous msrruchon of Bullfeley, and GS CI Sllglwf compensclhon For 'rlwe :nvoluoble ossrstonce extended to all w o were so fortunate os fo come un er rn: gurclonce . r, X ' " hi 'I1 F 'hFI, I1 d 1 , 'A ' 1 1 V V .1-v'.z.5ve,, , 1 QL, ., mm' " .5-'ff ' ":.. .-:" 5 ,i5I"5i, -. h . . l I ' ' s ' -'. -.k'1., f. A A xiii.:-M 1 .2-153: A 0:2 I' .-' ! .Aflnuln ' VQV . "' Q x fm-M - . . Lf v-at . V- " " me -. 4:-I -. ' f"' 1-1 Fiji'-:', , ,, ' .' ff 4 -.' '1 ' Qxgyf 545: N -1 ' ' . All vexah 'A"Q"'l o Gur Neugtmbor 'A' ll" Lg: T V' SAMUEL M PRENTIS Bullceley 1896 In appreclatuon ot tus friendly Interest In all Bulkeley boys and their aclwleve ments In acknowledgement ot tus many ta vors and In gratntude For tus being al ways lust the same, smlllng, accommo datmg Sam the class of mneteen Hundred and our lwearty good washes Lg: B d 'Cmnt m Dv. " 4' V1 Muni! llu A "Inn-Aw' M- if H' I Iam fuclzf ',,,,,v ..lllll1 I ,, Illll -,'lv- ,- 4' nw 3' IIN. fl' N U. wlln . N .I . V , V m I n nh.. flu nv q .H i ,J H ' n.,,,,.lI' ,O .:"'q 'lc-,. W A .g- -'-. , -:" ':. ' n- , 'I 5 as I o I H 4 U 'I . . . ', W? ,nm 1 H I. .I .3 " ' I ' - Q. R Q ,I 'mmm' ner' ulf.l'I.h. um:-qxpl r :E 4 rv .-alt..-.mm-4" -"""""'ln. , ll' nn. pm, I V, 'SHI' ,.t'G...W I ,lr : :-, t ,m,5Q7- "MSM- '5 a t ' S E E E E E ' E E Et - 2 E E E 5 E - ll II 5 E E ' E E E - 1 E E . . E g 3 ttnrty-two extend thus greeting and offer 3 5 5 . 5 .--saggy ' fgfsqu In :nut E l'.:"5 4' l '..U . "ll..... ---- in ......... u-"hd lf I Q. , m-:"' -.,.mM :full full. X' 1 , nuvql -k --:Ilh ,-"'m5Z' eh' .' -r... ".-A1 -'Sw . - - ' .. ,..r ' - 1 , 1. an .NM r N' 4. f 5 v.: " ll: V.: A xx 3.5: --gui J X.. ,nq..l .gy I Q Q 'v 'L""'--1.1151-1 "'---..., '-:zzz-ff-" 1 , 1 , , , ,-N , fa. W- ' M w., 'uw :1Lw.'.r,w-L 0 W ,qlwm , -K' 1 :,gg1"y13WHgf,g1ln,Ygi5jj'L N51 V 4 A Q V 1932 . .. ,X 1 --f JK -,-Xxx.-'Fl-', U '-' j .K-ffl A gw-...Lx .M luyr H111 W -1, M- !i,.13,!-L, 1, Mlwr. w1111f2'5N',!Q1A'E' A 'M1'g:-,pr 11-V !1'Q!5'1l,f5j.,1if:5F'w'fI1:l51IfIVQ5fj,1w ' Q Q1i..,a'.Li'.LLi.v.L3,11LlllLw,-411f..,gL,p-.,M-J.l.,,,1,:ixlll4'um-,I-,u1.1!WI1 .,w:.wl,.fn1"MJlw.'-,Hui-..'1gJ.!,.Jf.1.?," if . M J I , ' 111 Q I WI W 'W qw V N11 1 'W 57 QW X we 19141932 M! 15 I1 X l 7f'- sf 1i?9IsI 75561 111-as IN RECOGNITION -P We, tI1e cIc1ss of 1932, w1sI'1 to fcIce ' 10 TI11s opporfunlfy oIexpreSs1ng our slncere oppreclohon 'ro CIc1rence E Norrls, for Iweorfy co operclhon, and I1ls unseII ISI1 lnferesf wI11cI'1 Iwe I'1c1s glven To QII BuIIceIey sfucIenfs wI1o Iwove been so Fortunate to come under I11s gu1cIonce and 1nsp1rc1honcI lnIIuence In c1cIoI1T1on, I1e Iwos grc1clousIy gs sumecI tI1e FGSDOHSIIDIIIIY of excI1equer and I1c1s exfencIecI fI1e olcI oII'11s de pcirfmenf In fI1e I1nclI comp1Iohon of The Whaler Oh X we f'fQ:5fQD W I Mfggf ff 1 6 ggeff mba f 4 in ,ag ,Tb , N. K I . ' xi.-CAN 1-Y-XY VV I L' 4-42 X, Q , 1. , ,Q J ye xi 1 -- fe MM XM.. - N , I ' f , XXQ I X I III 757 V XI r h , 51, ' 'Is V, ' - 3 N I I , I I: I 1 if I Im YJ .IJ VN," IAM' Q ' xaf A I - ' ' Lx I - I T ,. ' f sg, e e - 1,1 -R Y, ss wwf " X1 1 cb px- A 'w xnxx, F' ' .. . ' N., , .. X c5?ex,f.1,s , V -, 1, .eee sw L I .f Q ,Cf A, -i sv 74+ I is I 1 ' In , - I, wi ' I 1 as . . . . ,I I fe ' . . . , N 11 Iwis eigI'mfeen years of generous service, gl 1 ' ' ISK? 1 . . . . 'Y- Y I xg 'I 131 . . . . . . xx, 'Q X I . . , :- N - gg X f K n 1 u I N XX ll Il ,f I gas 1. . V, Q7 . , 5 , 1 f I II Q f , Ig f x -V P V ' I, i, X I XA I 17- l ,V , - 9 Xxx ,,,, I if xy ' I .Xxx x yy Q I . X Q eh I., X X X, G46 A K L, Q? 1 g I 1' I I: ' :Wk x 5 xifw' 37 I f' P f Q . -1 ' , I Q 'ez f F ' ' - 'I '- fx lf , Tie Q I 1.,' " I 'x 7 - - - I f I f -'if' 1' --,I - , - -. , A ig A 1 f X74 J, L nag- y 1' fourf 'cn ,.,-..,....,-...,..,..,T.. .,., ,r..-.- fix .V-4..W- .... ',.--..-1...-M ,,ff""'r 'z' , ' V, ,fllflffgjxf 'R - ft .44 " .--Z 'llgifl f nfifif ,,2ffjL1f f f4 M'-ff Xf- .6 l , f' f F OREWCDRD ,svn M N 'f P ,ggfrxx We the Claes of 1932 pleeent thls eleventh ed1t1on of the BULKELEY WHALER 1n memory of the dellghtful daye Qpent at Bulkeley May It per petuate remlnmcencee of those mutual fmendshlpe and assoclatlons Qhared IH the clais10om and 1n the VHTIOUS extra Lurucula student 3CtlV1t19S We Slncerely hope that th1S eiort wlll serve as an 1nsp1rat1on to etlmu late the eneumg classes to Carly on the t1ad1t1onQ of our noble 1net1tut1on Thelefore klndly grasp what We have to offel wlth the Qplrlt w1th NVll1Clf1 It hae been glven and the hope that ou1 relatmnehlpe W1ll not end w1th the parting of the Ways but rLthe1 expand and glow rlcher IH then mfluence of X1 MVK' 9 I 6,5 at? I X fAj?W'mLgigg'i ff- Xfwxx A xAf"lfv!x-g pp K ,Qt K LMJ f ilk-rxzqfg XV if j A lfjfi K ig? kgzlwkix flea editor Lf l- ' Page szxfzmz J - , f. 3 4. . - s 'X ji . , Il of .if NX- ' ' ' l5Q ' 5 ' l l X' ' 1 X K Kp . I - - ,4 . tj ll Q ' ,S l ' '. , 1 f ' I Nxt -. . . N H . . . ,X .X xx lx. X Ll A L L -xl than - a v 1 e f .X V I l . mqf jf . . , 2 'v,,7- 1 L . N J ix A X? L .I A Y. w . . . K . - K ff' 1 ' ft 4 , . ' . ' E' ,J 1, h l . ' . . . . . lf l tl ll 1 ' - V ' ' if J, X .I 'Y A s K s Q u n n AV lf! 1 xl I I ' . A A K l . fri 6 ag. X XX' N A V f Q ' 1 2 ' SAV, . V-5, , X4 4 La u ' . Xl gf? l f VI VA ' . ," f ll nl didn Y Y fk 5 yu 4 xx L, J ,.- FA- K - IAA M all ff. H-e ,N a J " -' -f we +" x X 'I f KX ,S 7 ,L Q 1 15 ll I px L ' N' J NNI s , f N, " "M"-'e--AJ' f "' oA""rv I XJ 4 ' 1 'I 'RI Vt - "ln ,O 5- l X lt l f ., l x f , . X r it M e l"'l'h o N- 'Kf Est x a fait ay ,l l., .em -v , 3 ff9.'q'. .1 L' 2' --X " ff lf f- 6 i . -in .1 D 1 I -' " W ll LUWA 7' Nt lflfhfilggfe eeee ,Q - Q M, f Q, X S--""-' - , 52N , ff- I Ex ' "" ev F -T fx gtg 'X N Wm ' lat sQfQ fi riivxfe - f- . A Y . 5 f Q-r Y I N xx .t.e X- ' fe., tx X , SX-Qyxk I X N .-Q aq 511, '-j,er1"1"fi'.-f 3:f1-2571529 ' Q 1 3.145j,g1pf. L gg- ' gygwf ,-"Q,:p1?,'fwN r -s"Q5'43-' 1-1-'esszk A fl 3 7:--,,Ffxw,y.7 r, -. 1, Q4a5?f1l?35f1,5'q : W J A ,. , if ' -' - v:.w53-..,- - V. Y.,.. ... . .......- W., . .A.. ,. Vw.. . ,.,.,. V 4..- 1.9 if ,N-,. , , A ,R 1 Y I, .N 1 -' 65 NMR .- MS X 'gall Hagar., fi, 1' 3,3-M.:,j',JfT ,uv if 5,1.gl,4g 5 4 .Lf,,?N+. .,,. 4..,., M.. If -7, na, ' ' , ww gm, w Q"'5 v-'Q' w-V -, .,..,, l...,.g,,, JPN. ,f.gfzT":-'FKA gif 'Q L TQ lgA,Aw3,i-:Ig DJ ' s'N?-'iCA3iH'a'32:.4 'gI5Zfzf,Qq"Xw9-wg 'E Muay 12.4. ,,fN-x5,,,. X P1190 wr011frm1 x 'ff fiffiff' "?T'f f' , -X ' "' " . -V V, x 'H X "- , -by ---.R-,, - - Q- 1 -, .- - ,W P- T ,QV . ,. w! Q , h , ve p 3 - 4, .V . I .Vw My 2 . , it -- ., . ..,.. m...., . , . 4. ... f , ' . ,L '- 124. ,ai - ' lv.. , . f. Lf 4, -, ..f-flgw-flx',p ,.,7-,ei ,H-I L. xg . , ,.. gwwa ' r. ,gi1'i,:,'1f'f. -Q32 V -...,, ,N .. .,- V.,.-.. ,u AMA.. , .P if lyrn,--.r P . x,.,, sea: a'r1: hE5vwwv?F M qi 1 .-3 fu L' !fl"'4" :fgg7i5E.'i5 , , fa ' V3 ?2f??'frf'sfw1 w 'N ' - --W--ff Q- - W- 1...,w.'g F If .gxg.f-,aff .qu ' 7 -...,,,,-7-2.1.41 -.:. 1- Mft'-ix ik 2' KQTWYUNFR Nfl TH N BELLA 51? ER N E T ROUR5 HURT5 CH MxwR5 Awf AWXFP 111 rlrflzfu A 'll 4?-59ly VW t th Tt:lE l93f WHALER Admlnlstratlon Bulkeley Board of Trustees Ernest E Rogels Charles L Wallel George H Bdthgate S1dney H MIHQI Pres1dent Althul H Shurts Secretary A1thur T Keefe Ex Off1c10 Bullceley Alumni Assoclatron Flank S Joseph Presldent Hzrrv L MCCUIFQ F1rst VICE Premdent Crelghton J Tevhn Second VICE Presldent Ralph E Wadlelgh Treasurer Bladfmd CIGLOFY Secretary 54'-U'i'fr'4fE,fdfEI3lf'E.'dfRr Er J 41 BYTE Inge vznzvff-mv Q gift K., 1 1 4 K- I f 1 " f A J . , Nathah Belcher -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,o,w,-,,,,,,, Aw,vY,-,-,-,-,---,--,--,,-- T reasurer 2 uv . I . . . K. ' 1 In T .,,,,.,...,.,..,.,.,..,,., .44 M . A 4 A. A . A . - - I . f f , :gif ,W f" uf Nl "ily, NW' F""b..q8' L ai Q S,fZ7 HE rg?-lx U ' 1- TP"-iQ 75. 44" if ,liaf 4 ff . -Qfiejff P X , . WHMR X xx 7 X , NTS 1 f f Jill., nf? pT -:fly HOMER K. UNDERWOOD, A.B., M.A. Washington and Jefferson College, A.B., Yale University, M.A., Columbia Uni versity, Extension Courses. Principal Sewijckley, Pennsylvania, High School, Super visor of English, Fall River, Mass., High Schoolg Sub-Master, Wellesley, Mass., High School: Head of English Department and Vice-Principal of Passaic High School Passaic, N. J.g Head of English Department, Classical High School, Newton, Mass Editor, Sir Roger De Coverly Papers, published by American Book Company: Ma- caulay's Life of Johnson and Selections from Johnson's writings, published by Charles Merrill Companyg English Leaflet published by Association of English Teachers of New Jersey. Member of State Committee of Connecticut to prepare English courses for secondary schools. Member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Headmaster of Bulkeley since 1921. M 1 Y' "' 'I 'I 'i9Yc1'1' WW' "1"'9 Page twenfy ' QP' tl fl S, F7 ll nm" W1 1 x lQ!El2 J1Z e ight Q 0 st mul 1932 l"""m--....., ft' gf-.gf TABLE OF CONTENTS abk -1-3 'P A Sclwool l'lnstory Faculty Sensors Classes Atlwletlcs ACfIVIfIeS Jokes . Advertisements EI-- 'Q TIK wM a r Paqc twmztu mu ' 1 V r , - .. .. .. . .. : I" mf...................t. -'-"--r-fr-'-eu:-:rf-f,, ,, ' , :A T I ff I .-"' p nn, if 'U L: I- . e tg eff? ,.--" 'S-? e' , ' - L K f 5 .541 ' " .--"' "'-. "Q .L qv- ' Ti 1 ,.-' "u, 5' . li .. ., 1 ' ,. .. .: : ' an nt. n,, H., t a'- ' 'I J I 'I '1 ' FL if 5 l .-" ,w"x- y ""., "-., T .4 , r , L-- .-' Qs, ' 6, '. :Q r e: f- .1 - ' '. '- 1 f . N 1 e s 0. '- :r T . 1: Q' 0' J, 9 .' v ' .-' ,-2-' '20, "., - Q: ,. ,A ,st-I 34, f, i :lg 1 ni' 9 .0 .. .ph 4, 5. 1 - - L: sq G. -, 3 .J T- 'g T T13 fy mms MMM. 'ag N: ' o,,1 ' '--. . - ' . ., 5 if 1: c 3 f ,.-' -., 5 4 1' ' J... 5 ,S Rf ,..-' '-.,.. '.,' 'Q' .gb s ' 0 . n' Q - 4 4 S -' ' Q' 0' ' 4' Q, -, o 1 :L . .gg 'Q ,- ,o 5 5 .. -- n u 4' -, '. ' - 3. ,. .Q .. , .' ,0' 'Q ", 1 .1 '., -, 5 5 .' 9' '. '- is .- .- '. 12. :: .- - '. . .4 1, . .' Q . I 5' 5' 3, 1. l Q 6 4 - Z ' I 1 '. 'l o' 'o '. :' r 1, 1 i' 's : : 1 2 :' 5 3 2 at : : E 1 5 S 7 1 fss eel v 5 : E : Y 1 : 5 ' ' ? , ................ ,.,. ................... ..................-...........................-......-.................. J xx "' ' ' T 9 -E-. - -la- . . . . . . sf-Arai 'sg if s' Jaffsswasa fff ' Nitf THE Y ttf X B tw SK! rf 9 SN 7 Q X XXMXMJ History of Bullceley School Told rn the Excerpts from Old Records from 1909 Cofologue R LEONARD H BULKELEY who died in 1849 lcft by will a fund of about S25 000 for the founding of a fiee school foi the boys of New London to be known as Bulkeley School with the pi ovision th it the fund should be kept inxested until fm much laigei amount should be ivailable The or1g nal endow ment has been 1nc1e'1sed by sex ei il gen crous gifts 1nd legzcics viz Irom the estate of Mr Asa Otis S10 000 from the estate of Mr Heniy P Haven SJ 000 and tlom the Hon Ceoige I Tinkei upwards of 2811000 foi the construction and furnishing of 'rn extensive addition to the building The original Tiustees named in the w1ll of !Ii Pulkeley five citi Lens of New London who secured the chaiter for the school in 1850 un dei the corporate style Tiustces ot Bulkelev were Messrs Nathan Belcher William C Crump John P C Mather Henry P Haven and N Shaw Pei kins Cf these 'liustees four erved the school unt l death the fifth Mr Nath tn Belcher resigned in 1884 after 1 tiusteeship of thirty tive years During the school yeai 19011 1905 the Trustees made some radical changes in the coipoiation management ird in the coui se of instruction Application was made to the General Assembly at its January session 1905 for authority to amend the charter ot the corpoiation The amend ment was duly dl1thOllZLd by the legislatuie and was adopted Novembei 17 1905 by vote ot tte T1 ustees This xmendment pioudes for a board of seven instead ot five Trustees It also provides that one of the addi tional Trustees sh 1ll be the Chanman of the Board of Education ot the City of New London ex officio and that the othe1 shall be nominatcd by the 1lumn1 ct the chcol and elected unc ei such rcgulit ons s the cor poration may adopt The ldoptlon of the change of the chfirtei incieasirg the number of the corporators to seven made the Chairman of the Board of Education at once a member of the Board of Trustees. During the month of June 1906, circular letters were addressed to the graduates, enclosing voting slips, inviting them to vote for, as alumnus of Bulkeley School, a resident of New London, who has been graduated at least five years, as a nominee for Graduate Trustee of the corporation. This canvass resulted in the nomination of Mr. Sidney H. Miner of the class of 1886, and this nomina- tion was ratined by vote of the Trustees, June 18th, 1906. Mention should be made of a memorial that has been placed on the facade of the school by the efforts and generosity of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The bronze tablet is a memorial to Captain Charles Bulkeley, who served in the Revolution and the War of 1812, and to Leonard Hallam Bulkeley, founder of the school, father and son, and it is most fitting that this recoid of thc patriotism of one and civic gener- osity of the other should be placed on the enduring granite walls of Bul- keley School. l 1 -1 i ' ' ' Y X 1 " Ci Page twenty-two ' ' A 'P' 'Q'-. K 'f 1 4 f"'f1zf2T ex i"' ' .f1f1'7"PQ 1 ff, ,f L B"-' XSL: X I ' - e f I Ig wtqgg , as '.' " ' 2 ,. 1, 1 - f 2 G0 .tv 1 ' 'F QNX to sv- WM WHALER X W -. Ln ' 2 ,- xxx 4 . H kt I0 r - .. 1 A , If ' cf, f- dmi -ag4,,.- .. 29 M 1 ' ' 3 ' ' ' 7 ' 7 ! Y 1 ' I 1 ' 1 DY' 7 if i 77 ' , ',' 1 - , - . u , . . 3 I . l ' C ' " i Q 2 z xr, 1 4' U, ' . .f Q, , g rx U .' . . ' ,,.:, gl ' ...I 'f 1. 1 N, Q 1 kv , . . ' P: C A K D L , . . J , . . , ' . I , . 1 ' .. c " , ' Q' 2 , - , . f z ' ' ' , . ' Q s - ' 1 ' , ' ' 3 E 1 . K D ' ' ' . 1 5 S 1 'i 3 .L 1 is I a T , ' . Q J A .. I z ' f' ' x.' Li S 2 A ..' L . K . H - . ,. - . Q . I A v . , , 4 , 2. s - - l 'I ' S ' L z 1 J as ' - Z '1 ' K r C 4 . 11 KS' A N T 4 c K , , JW Q+y1 N' Q NN, KEMN ll -jk Vf ,ve 4 nm, ,, Xa AQ Q ZiQiiN A jf We fggxhf L XLAW MY 9 N 3 fx g a Q W Zn W 1 J M393 'W ' WHYfWlU"" J E fn A gl 1, I 'gm Hl'VQXEgF3X,,f?'k X 0 W V M JW 5 In SM KSN , XJ" wf eff N lf, Y N500 Z Nl! X! P7 I if l'7f73'Vf f X X X X RX xl XQ7Qe'7F' ff ,glfnrtlj came that auncaent 'lux-Tr amb ageb Queene rapt an emtrqne robes hninne to the grounb nh dab 'bahmlzmeuts right Snell bezeene Q noble :rein about them bamteb rouub QBf Huge ahh sober Percy, HU. grabelp g-obanb 'llllibom farre before bib march a gnoblp 'bauh QBf tallpnung men all Iyable armez to snhmh But unto they laurell braunches bore m hemb Glab argue of meter? anbiaeace m all tljen- lamb we- Pngf lmmziu Hur' -U, .sw 'S-... x ff 1 i, 4"hfl"f?: , .wffzfa Q ','l .fl v.XXXQ,f' If X24 QM!! -, Q 'Qi +5 .l I e f E we l Q, wyfnlf gs. EEK 4 5. Q I 'zu . v, ,fi Q f , -'J Q M JW ,F Nl ' e W' f ,J , f , ,JK 'Q Q ixnff X 'D 1 , fe Ney- ,S--. ' ff! xx XX ' ' fgsy 7 ,. .,, zz' .N ff , , P' 4 I 'N N 9 an - - 1 I 1 ' 1- A1 -fa., ,M '.:f, . Tf-f ff' ' 'T- . --Q ,.f, -. f--- r,..f,-'.g- zxff ' 1 "'a X' .X W., 'f -'Q N fm 3. I Q 2 fl . Q g . mv 5 Q33 I 5 ,,.e ' .l.' fi ,,.,-' ,Z Y 'V.' 1'1:gQfa Q -gg E 4,,.I I 4' .2 ""' ff- ' V ' i'125ff:-?.-ff'if-15253533"l'5j5flff3.5W'-25'3?j3'E3i??1 fx f , . ,--. .iz "Zfs-52'fai-55:55:55-11-"f:1-S111141 kf A 4 J fm -'e,' l -'f T3 .l-V ' y f fWY11'lIf2J'.Y-"-- , w H 9 5 lvee e EW T el I --gg-' W-,fL 3 X.: lfgjv " E., -' 4:l:f me F X, ' 1 4 - 5- ' lc: 1, A fx , -N A M. 5 .Q if , , ,C ' "W, .1s!Q"' 3 ' Q 1 jg, W . fifty.-3 sae , 3 ,e-st? Q p -as ,-if '-'-" ' wail, '-'..I-21 V M ' , 2 ' . ' lt 15411 s 11 u E55-I -viz'-,V ' I-I U A73 5' : ' 1 Lf: ' . 1 wgfgae ' :x : rl- f' X -am X! isff- ' , ' fl ei- -' fwfr' 'Z A- ll ' 1 .81 " fy fu- ff! " 'wi will '4':: - .AZN f .I Y ' Nl I ' V. """' N 5,1-wif!! 1 A 'M I 1 3, 'Wir .gf My -fp: M "-156, L..,. .. 1- '14 QQQSS I '13, 'u JN - - ' "H, - l K 1 .. ' :ff W 5111 52 ve 3 is 254-'f ff' 1 ' 'WI ' ", H EE Jill' Zi, :li 'MK VW I klizni s .U If ' I gs,- ii, A SE ,- LW Wag G Q5 vy I mm v rg!! , 1,7 75 QW - ,A 1 1 ,, X Q ,, ul X 11' lil 5,1 X461 ,W xg, I - Q ,I X .lx xl,:1,9 Q55-K' rbi- X31 My 'Qfjf 9'W X ' ' ' X f Z W 'W' -JZ nh- -u ,. fa 1 ,, 7 4 IL I - 163' X . ll' 'XX wzaxh l I X f if ff If flee H g. l ' vc Q M IF fav, 'NQQ1-we-"MY : A 'wi ff ,xi ' -as-5 HK '."f',.W15i.XQ' ' J 37 1 if Q K 9 R5 ' W .X 6 X L! ,xg I --ff 015 ' 'jr l f ij U ., f Tx : , I L f ee L -1- if Q A f- f I' I T Y 5- 4 if 21 ,ix X I I! of ,QNX -' X1 A1431 Bxrgnsvqxxigl YIM i Q X K- X N I 5 ' A I , Q : A 9 J 1 9 I 3 A ! i K , V1 L J . 'K Sf' T f'?fT4-egg f W NO X xXX I wfaf lm fqf wrlfilfen W T Il QW Kas ffm ,Qs ,MTNEQ ,MMT Clarence E Norrls AB AM Brown Un1vers1ty AB 1900 AM 1902 graduate work at Un1vers1ty of Berlm 1907 8 graduate Work at Harvard Unlverslty 1908 9 taught at Brown Un1ve1s1ty French and Ger man 190007 Haverford College Haverford Pa 1909 12 buslness lesearch wolk Boston 1913 Snnmons College Boston took methods course 1n commerc1al sub1ects taught at Had donfleld N J Hlgh School 191314 Unlver slty extenslon courses College flaternlty Ph1 S1gma Kappa Honorary soclety Ph1 Beta Kappa At Bulkeley SIHCC 1914 Com merclal subjects Poward T PISFCC AB Bowdoln College AB 1918 Vlce PIIHCI pal Malne Central Instltute 1918 21 Super v1sor of Music 1n pubhc schools P1ttsfield Malne At Bulkeley slnce 1921 Mathematlcs Ernest W Falconer, A B. Boston Unlverslty, AB, 1917, Instructo1 Berkeley Preparatory School, 1914 17, Amerl can Expedltlonary Forces, 1917, Instructor at Berkeley Preparatory School, 1919 20, Prln clpal of Epplng Hlgh School, Epplng, N H , 1920 21 Member of Slgma Alpha Epsllon At Bulkeley slnce 1921 Mathematlcs WY' '1"lf9c1I v ....- - W 1-....... Page Twenty tom :J nw ,ff-2,-xl FJ! 5121, .5 - - :if 1Z,f2Z'Xrr I' 7,Y7P'- "ge-4 :Q ff, f' Iv I ,,., ' .S 9-5 QE 'gf .f ' ,.,. ' 'X 'J y 51 7 0 Q., 1, 1' 1 5 KS-L 'A .I I Au' . X 4 J Xffe ,cb 14 l A X iixii Qt X . "x ' . l li sk: ' ' ,f f 1 lx! 1272, 'fl '932 xg, , 7 r- x jfqgsxx-LQ fl' 71m 1 4 If . f2a'x,,7I, " w 'W -E-an ,,, ,. ,,, ,,Z.g.f7.1 n ' ---,Qff J 1 J L . ' , . . SJSU? X 'K if 77' f" 'ESHNQ ,fffq 9 THE Ev fy! XSD , f X K X 1 f wapfr' ff -fe w Q-Q Mm Dk fd Kiln? fl 4M Philip B Pasquale AB MS Bates College AB 1921 Univeisity ot New Hampshire MS 1923 Harvard Univer Slty Radio School 1918 Columbia University Summer School 1922 Graduate Assistant in Sociology Economics and History University of New Hampshire 192122 Instructor of Social Sciences Economics and Sociology Unnersity of New Hampshire 1922 25 A sistant Editor of Social Science Syllabus Um xeisity of New Hampshire Honorary fra termty Phi Gamma Mu At Bulkeley since 1925 H1story Economics Flood E Reed Valparaiso Unlverslty Harvaid University Geneva Institute of International Relations Head of Science Department Wheeler School 1917 20 Headmaster Wheeler School 1920 27 At Bulkeley since 1927 Science English William R. Canty, B.S. Middlebury College, B.S., 1919, Athletic Di- rector, Fay School, Southboro, Mass., 1919-203 Athletic Director, St. Louis Country Day School, St. Louis, Mo., 1920-24. Fraternity, Chi Psi. At Bulkeley School since 1924- Algebra. ' Page fwvnfy-five' 'sr-Q. If l,l- S W'-'GTX , 3,f-.!Vf2Z7": H51 'X' I I 'S K li N,-fra' Qi- , ly , N U Q. if , N .yi ,- rw i xy 1 Q' elif +7-Q V 19-ffl WHALER XD A. . ' yf Z fxl ,531 I' mf f-.fl Ky ,M N 'rt' 4 ' 5, 1- 1 -fg,,.,,. AN-.Q-4, 14 4 be ' l . , . ., . . . 'V ' 5 ' 'Q . i I ' I ' S 1 Q , . ., , n n 1 , 3 u . . - , .- I . . . ' 3 ' A l ' . , . - . s- 1 7 1 .. L . . L. 3 , . L. c a ' . , D y , r I In Avy: if-...rw ??fivw IJ ff?4,gi,7Ng - ffl 7 7 XR 4 ylkxflx 1932 H-'jabs BK l yf ' X14?,fAHf1i - o vyA 99, " L n NX? 1 'S f H X :IL I Tail Q fff I I xt .- yt: :Q 1 ' 3 M lf sill Al l ., 5--2 ,, - -ll ' , Xl-' X Q, sg ' ff!! X , W X 1 'L , ' XX K L 'Y flux ffm Mx ' I A Ray T Reed Providence College 1927 Brown Univer sity 1928 At Bulkeley since 1928 History English Latin Walter Arthur Peck AB William F. O'Brien, B.S. Connecticut State College, B.S., 19255 Wittenberg-Warner-Allen Coaching School, Springfield, Ohiog Yale Summer School, 19283 Teacher-Coach Stonington High School, Ston- ington Conn 1925 29 At Bulkeley since 1929 Biology and General Science Director of Athletics Elbert E Orcutt BA MA Yale College BA 1907 Teachers College Columbia University MA Instiuctor Uni xeisity of Chattanooga 1907 1908 Headmas ter Woodsville N H High School 1908 1918 Headmaster Plymouth N H High School 1918 1929 President State Te lchers Association N H High S hool of Commerce 1929 1930 Member Phi Beta Kappa At Bul keley School since 1930 English and French Colgate Unixersits AB 1916 taught at University of Vermont 191617 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1918 21 Tufts Medical and Dental School 1921 22 Dalhousie Uni versity 1922 23 Nashua High School 1923 24 Brldgeport Central High School 1924 25 Ciaduate Courses at Columbia 1924 25 Crad uate Courses at Yale 1924 25 member Ameri can Chemical Society member Nova Scotian Institute of Science High School of Com merce 1926 30 teacher of Mathematics and English at Bulkeley since 1930 l"Y 7 -1 Y '1 rovcw Prlqr' fwr nf! sw i 7 , ., " . 1 u T I 1 . i W 1 syn-KW! 1 N Wm, . r I . - 7 7 . 3 Y . . 7 ' ' 7 , . . , . ., . . 7 - -7 7 K 7 k , u n , , - v 4 . u 1 , - , . T - 7 ' 7 - -7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 '7 ' - D 1 D lr 7 7 '- , . . 3 c , " 7 7 - ' . , . i I L L l' A , 7 ' ' , K ' 1 ' , - 1 5 -1. L 9 7 ' '7 7 K 7 ' 7 11' f 7 ' 7 K , Q - 1 - . - g I . . 7 7 - . N . , - Q 1 , 1 ' f, 5 A , 1 , ' 7 ,V V - 1 g' 1 575 . '. - 7 7 -1- , Q V 7 - - 7 7 C12 ' K - -giigggyf 4. ' ' 1 . ' - 1 f - 7 , - , I Q . w . I A , L . A S gn-1-71:-I I 1 .. ' 7' v v ' v Q ,- v I " ,1 - '. tiff 1 THE Q I Nxlloy fxx NX I I f Age! l932 ljxgxx xr ff f li X N W :-QJJAM Dk Q xlib Eugene B Lawrence AB Tufts College A B 1889 taught at Keene High School Keene N H Professoi of Chemistry Physics and Astronomy at Bulke lu School since 1902 Chemistiy Physics Arthur F Hertell A M S T B Thomas gymnasium Leipsic Germany 1885 Doane College AB 1889 graduate student at Oberlin 1890 Doane College A M 1893 Chicago Theological Seminary STB 1895 graduate student Univeisitv of Chicago 1896 Piofessor of Latin Blackburn College 1896 1903 giaduate student Yale University 190305 AM 1904 Piotessor of Modern Languages Phillips Exeter Academy 1905 11 Piofessoi of lwiench Literature at Bates Col French Latin Walter M Cole Cushing Academy Northampton Commei cial College Worcestei Business Institute University Extension Courses Taught at Northampton Commercial' New England Vo- cational School Head of Commercial Depart- ment, Rutland, Mass. At Bulkeley since 1922 -Commercial Subjects. English. lege 191121 At Bulkeley since 1923 Frank Hamlen, A.B., M.A. Bates College, A.B., 1921g Boston Univer- sity, M.A., 1923. At Bulkeley since 1923- ' Y c' W'a'c"" - Page fzvcizty-sewn . . I '59 ffg'-2,-,us -f ?CI'2',Q2T X Li il' Qi X ff I . --xx --: XZ: ,Yi-'41 1 Xxtm' ,C .1 4 1 1.1 9 XX '70 'V' lil ' Z , i ' Q .4' , ,I f X -I ,' 1 QM! A xy, 7- . , A146 WHALER D , A 'ff -X 4' . I ' 1 . 1 v 6 f 'Nw ,' f Q Q2 xx ,r 2 ,X '31 r f . , gg ' xii-'D -sg" I ' it vet ' , fQf K, fr " JAX' 8 23- L 1' " K '1 -Egg, ,,, ,. ,,,f, - iT.Q'4,-' ff: 'T 9 1 . , . ' f A . . , . ., . , Y N F , , . . 1. . , W .L L 4 - lj ' 1' 1 ' , 1. , 1 . , Q . . , Q y 9 ' Y ' 'Y l 3 ,- . ' i , . lj ' I , . .I X I f . , ' '- ' ' ' A 4 ' Y K 7 ' l ! ' I N 'V 1 f ' ' '.r . 5 M K v ' . 9 ' : 4 1 4 4 , f , - L 9 's - ' . 4 , 1. A . . ' 5 ' '- 7 , c ws.. 0 ,Wg WHALPR W ,xl RQQJMM ,172 ,Z If-me, , Carlton F Small AB Umverslty of Mlchlgan AB Iwrst L1eu tenant 1n U S Army 1917 19 Prlnclpal Cum mmgton Jumor Hlgh School Cummmgton Mass 1923 Member of Slgma Delta Kappa f1ate1mty At Bulkeley slnce 1923 Hlstory Henry P Shay AB Amherst College AB cum laude 1921 Amherst Hlgh School Amhelst Mass 1921 22 and taught the SOC1dl SCIENCES at Brlstol Hlgh School Bustol Conn At Bulkeley smce 1925 Iatln French John K Balentlne, A B Lafayette College, A B , 1921, College fra termty, Kappa Slgma Honorary SOCl6ty, Kappa Ph1 Kappa At Bulkeley s1nce 1931 Latm Q i' I""' V'oY21'l'ITl""7 Y Pugz' 12002111 mglzt f , v I ' K. xv XXXL: ,- ff I I ix tx-A tk f f ,. I : ll Z 4. XX , k,Y - I . X I 'g kt'X 'JD V- ' X ig 5, N Nx,,' X-ri. - l iyanu ,f , X ' X '41 Z iv' K T mf A A L ' D x ' ' li .5 , 'M .x. -. "' ,3 N 11 HA few 1932 X ' XS, " I fi:-N W fc ,i'l 2-' 'iffy . . .x K , f, X: ,. 1 . KD " 'II -52'-5-' f-- ff . fI,f.FA?'-I xl ' --.4434 J '11 ' ? A . . . Y . . ,. . - V . 8 l , - 3 . . - Y 7 - T 7 ' 'V I Y 5 ' 1 ' , Q . 5 4 ll 1 A l a ,l ,l 1 . l lr ll lx ln l x 1 l x G MISS Mar1or1e Underwood, whose dlhgence and contlnued persever ance 1n the performance of he1 secretarlal 1espons1b1l1t1es durlng four years at Bulkeley, has won the respect and esteem of all Bulkelev stu dents and faculty She has kept the records stra1ght and tl ue She has been WISE and generous 1n dealing wlth tardmess and early dlsmlssals She follows falthfully and charltably the stem p1ecept IGNOSF-XS XLIIS MUVIA, Tll-ll NIHII. Paqf' Iwvnizf nm: , 4q.,QA 77. H . . ,.,.o, swf ' 3 l . p 'flifnjgi -"f4f:":' '1',:,EfTffS' ' - of , ,, ,I iiffiflfu' 1 1,3 'J 745' l ,- rV,V fi? ZQCVM, ---- Y..-, ww- --V :dll KL light, -, ,, f. :fl ,fn-Af r f,,,,..,,.. . 4 . 4 X2 bg 4, ,ff Q me-We slfl lillf .iff , uw l ll ell l'l l'l ,, ml ill lr! lil ll ill iw af fall Fl 3 l llfl ,li ll l Ill lll A l "l Z vl fl 3 5 lf, QQ 1.2 :lil ll, QU? lllf ill ll li ' To 3 I . K . . V . . . gl . ' ' lil v N1 ' . ' klll w lui , H"-4-'.'-.11 It Page flznty Volete Er Plcuclite MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1932: Atter tour VGAIS of study and of play of suc LGSS and defeat vou Wlll soon leave Pulkeley to take the bload hlghwly of life Thele wlll be sunshlne and shadows on thm longel lourney too but knowlng your fme II1dlW1ClLldl l1Llll1fIPS and your splendld class ep1r1t I c tn emmllv be lleve that ex ery member of 1932 w1ll Gnd mo1e ot gladness th tn ot dlsappolntment along the tl ul Accept mv good wlshes tor your tutule Mav It brlng the 1e1l1Lat1on ot your best ambltlons fulfilled IH honorable iehlexemente lVIty I helf express my g,rat1tude and admlratlon fox the palt youl Ll iss hae pl myed ln tomtermg, and mam tamlng tn atmoephere ot good Wlll and h1gh en deavor tt Bulkeley School You le ue h xppy 1SSOC1dtlOI1's md plums xnt memorles behmd vou In appreuatlon ot thxs rlch legacy to the sehool and IH gr ltetul umem brftnce of the agreeable personal l9l1t1OIIS that have emsted between us durmg these toul years I thank you all and b1d you all farewell md Cod speed Homel K Underw ood 1 I I I 1 1 1 4 t v .., U L , I ' ' . . ' , K S X' -I '1 ' I 5 I 1 I s - ' C - 1 1 . Y I 1 . 1 . v . . . . l , y - , , . 2 I w ' 1 w w ' ' .. 4 v ' , r I I e , ,r ,c , ,' l ' z f 'z . A y 'K' , ' ' . ' 1 . . X ' 2 .V 1 . . S A . . X' 1 -. . A . 1 2 . Y Y. Q ' 3 . Us l v ,- . ' . . ' . ' . ' . . . . K 2 N , . . A I C A C ' I . 2 ' 2 A' 2 M' ' ' S 2 H S2 . 3 v ' 4 I alt . I 'kv ' . , Q 1 L1 1 4 ' 2 ' . J - c , . y- x 1 , L1 . f 2 ' L1 l y . v w 1 v W . . . V 1 . , ' ' 2 1 ' . . wfigf A ' H' ""p'g,g,iig::.,.,:L,A' ,, , L' Iiilir ..-T----V-e-.1-V --- --A A lil, gk-W Z1 1 fig- V WWW Y-Y , ,, M. tv, A, , , W- ,... - , .,.,,,,,.,,,..-,-A.-., I K , w -----W - Y' Y f Y ' ' ' 7' ' " "' "" ""' ""' ' ' ' " ' " "' " W "W" ""4""""""-"""' "' W1 .V l ' I-l ' I yltl, ll ,if I ,ny LV Y l'l' M 4, 1, ' lf lllllu.,,22:3 l I I 52' 5 - --4-'gd 'nhl ,-1 .4 '-ff"'E5f?if ...Ti I J ' ' s ' ' f SQ' fl :S NJ Qy 9 THE 3 XXX TNQX x' f X W WHALER X: U X ik 1 1 ,lkkw l932 f Nl ff ,jMM J ff W ,fwbf PHX 9315 35 E3 X H J K 3 ft A y -M, Q Xu A R? 2 Q? ww XX 42X X 7 YY 1 W WW W N ff- ? W fa A ""' 55? M0315 AVA X Rm. ' ' M2535 3 is ,7 I be X-4 1 ra fa M Ag My 037-5 WLM ,Mb NNW' Mlm N The knight Ijmxszlfe ehzu trzmbleb at 'ljtii fall .So nge md: 'horrible ac masse mt seam D nb has bears 'labw that imiyelb at all Burst mt aqsprnch forbreab inhzch she mwbeemb But pet at last he znars' 1 ebzrefull feeub 5132 sam not stnfrz n Eshakmg bame affrng L She nmgbm- brain Sith Saba that opnus mm when 'Hob shin prapshautr tbamkt er feutljfull knight C13 at hah atchwbnb so gl-nat a conquest bp has mglyt ' ' W 'omwwf Pugv fhntu on 1 ' ,fm 'ff'-2-. WI N 14 Q--irwgkf J . !2WZ'a52.' I Q I, , , 1 - 4 -. xi X5 ' f XX -NI - x ,QI ' X ,I . 5, k 5 I I , AX f SIMGV I N-IIIWI III xg! ' 4 If l Ju ' X ,f W q , , WI 1 fuf, ULU' M7 -- " . v -1 '1 'N XX 1 A' 7" 'fm' ' .44 A LS! ,K ,,, vI . Xl' ,If FQ 'fx 10. L 1 I ug K ff xv wfNlj , f ff" A 52 A ,i "f xx Y' I ' Wiz?" x x ,pf-X62 If fig + A X ' ,ff mm 71' 'XX' ,f fxf XI . L . I - - f I -. X " . f " ' xx? ,.,f, ff" 7 'IIS-5,0 , F, 4--5 BM ' .Q'f,f - '- x ' ,I Im nib 5 39, . 7552. v . 4- ,I V V S532 .15 S' . ,.I , 9 .. , Q, I 5 X X X . Y Q7 5 ' ff-'ggfifgz ' .' f'H3 F1 ff - Z '- 'I .",V::2'-fi V. . ,I I: :FI .I II I I1III::II.I II II I? II ,I I,-IIQIIEQQE,IHIIII I I fht 2 .VILIIIQI .IM I . :II 1 I x .I V. F, IV II ,IIIIII .I .I - -I .lfuf:1'f7. 'fill' . :3'.21,Z'. ff'-'E 1-1 '15 iiflsf-3' A'-if! Iifg ..., V 1sn.'1':.' :I.p iIIIg -TIIIIIIQIIA-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII lifgf' . L Y I 'Ei Z5 fn -1' '. F5 I.5I:I, I .gI,I', Z., ,Im III IIC? III x ,V .... b. -- ,. :.--1 - .1 lf, , '-'- ' -2:-1 ., Ijf,.'Ii1:f.i:1' Z it 5' 'Q 2- iw lfyf'-N ' X ' N Nl, '. .,1 2 A ' 4 ' 'I 'wgxxx - 1 . ,- ---. I '4441 ,4I.I ' -iqxQ:IIII-I I, 'ff ,fb ..,. '-af-j: - -' C',. T, - E'-211, ' X I ' -II'I:gf'I 'gffff' f, :A ff hh yy I- I x w f Q ff: .N - fy "f, d 5 'Q ' X , 'WAN 4 X 5'-'.'1'?'if? -: .. f X -, f. ., I ' ' '., - X - QI-gan, 'QW H K X' .5 -5' - N A ' XKPQ, ' -'dz 5 . A , , .. ':""'u. H . ' 9' X 1 x . I, f If ' - .-I, '-1,01 4 nw- I x I wx 1.1 as xg X I' r gI:. 1 III.: qw I XII I Ig., I 7 H571 G I A OX 9 NK , - I In I I I I II A MI ,fa I, . N ' , , ,, f I, : V .0 .1 I MQW X 'I M" 4 hi If .3 EVA! "- nz' 9f5'S7iE? . , P +1 '-1'aaf',f.. H ,P . F" ""'.x.."'4i ' ' A- N .iv . .1 .. . ., QI III. M- Q gi II? GII .5 Ix FI 1 igffiiaizw I ,v I A-xg H11 ff, f O ,I .4 ,-M-.mfg----: -. , - - L--:IH :rg ff, , f X I. , , , .- ,,. . . I 1- I ,, , I, 15 jf II - 9 Vg, 'Y G,,',gjffQf,,- , 1 3 I 9-,I ,fa 4 ,L L 1, if 5- x ,044 I I0 I X XIIVA ,7 1 QS I, - ,QR Y 4 ff 5 L f" 'fwly' X' 'f AWN -'X ' W 7 X 1 if . ff ff i i ,.,,. mf ff K X ww 4 fl' fy' x Y at 4, TV ,, uf' f,-,Ixlg X IIIIMI' Inv K , H fy,I ,,, M. 1 2 N 1 1 r J A P Q . 1 I I I ' ' 9 A A , 5 ' 3 I f TJ A r A P , ij , A I g 2 P I r X, I I 1 . - , -' v iv ' - rv , - .. ' eww? A IM yff -.vw.. -,jWZ1,ff4eQh:A.r fff " sr V' is 'KH' X va rrfff WHALER J 4 Q1 X XJR 'I DAQ l932 fkjbxx lx ffl N f X K fx r d History of the Class of 1932 It was rn September 1928 that we the class of 1937 entered Bulkelev as an other group of Freshmen It doesn t seem possible that rt has been nearlv four years because that period has been so full of activities and studies that all account of time has been lost Our class on the whole has been a successful one we have furnished winning teams in rnterclass sports won the Potpourri in our Sophomore year produced an individual who won a national contest and we turned out ten members for the con ference champion football eleven Back rn 1028 as Freshmen wc put forth a uccessful football rnterclass team and non the traditional germc with the Sophomores Soon after the season began we elected Walter Collins for president and real digging rn studies commenced Po pourrr and Dcclamatron contests followed as the next two maror events We did not win either of thcsc in the former we were ablv represented bv Thomas Mc loughlrn and George Stcad in a verv creditable performance Then June and the final examinations These last we weathered successfully and the summer recess began We elected Alfred Gagnon to succeed Walter Collins Scarcelv had the football season been ended when a damper was placed on our us ually exuberant QD1lltS bv an unfortunate accident Death took Robert Mather from Our crowning success that vear was the Potpourri Under the excellent super vision of Mr Rav Reed we presented Submarine with a cast of Thomas McLaugh lin, Abraham Wrlensky Joseph Bernstein Milton Gordon George Stead and Carl Woodworth Together wrth wonderful lighting effects the acting rtself and the cenerv which vt rs built lrv Racine Cagnon and Johnsen and the subrect of the play we really had a first class performance In 1930 we started our Junior year with considerably fewer numbers Alfred Cagnon was again chosen president The year was marked for us for Morris Ievrloff carried off national honors rn a theme contest on the Kellogg Peace Pact As a result ther next summer he went to Furope expenses prrd rn the partv lcd bv Doctor Knudsen At the Potpourri we put on a good performance rn an Oriental play. The cast consisted of Waters NVhite Abraham Wilensky Ceorqe Stead and Francis Delmore. Qtead was particularly fascinating Q75 in an Fgfyptian dance. The successful class teams were the hockey and basketball both of which pro- cured easily the titles. In baseball the. class of' 33 turned out the winning nine. Summer was upon us befor'e we reariz d, it. This year is not half over and our athletes have already distingruished themselves. The class eleven Hnished on top. Ten members of the Fastern Connecticut-Western Rhode Island league champions are '32 men. Four of these made the All-Conference team namely. Johnsen the Buzenski brothers' and Haleftiras' and four more made the second team. One man Ed Buzenski made the all-State team published by the New Haven Register. So it seems that at least in athletics our class surpasses. On the hockey team five of the six varsity positions are filled by Seniors but we do not know how successful they will be as the season has not started. In studies, in athletics, national and state contests we have definitely proved our- selves at least equal to almost any class to leave here. But a sho1't time remains before we leave Bulkeley, many for colleges, others for positions. We hope, Bulkeley, that you have made a deep impression on us, as our high-school life draws to a close. q Q- 'uv vywgvfgycyvg' rvw' '-I v Page tlrirry-fzuo ' n 1 .9 Zgg'-:,-xxx !j,'3l4:-I-11.521, . ,, 'J ' -'16,-A-,f i Zi, if J f N Nix ll -.L I 'i '- rf cy lf at - l HXf"gf,k 2' Nj Q ' ' W1 -als- ,.- 7112215 Brava-,yea 2 Q4 n X l ,f STM. " WUfW"aXbf,:.fx-J 74,7 ll S My WW ff 9 THE Q xnxx X HN lxxel 1932 -lbs K Q aft X ff fr, sewfrm Jr ,A Jmsaaa 2 Class Prophecy It was the one hundled and seventy fifth annlvelsaly of the battle of Gloton Heights As the tlaln all ved my bags VSCIS grabbed by Ken Davidson who fllSlxQll me away to Gloton As the Mis and 1 allehted whom should we bump into but led bhalaf the Peanut Vendol who had lnvented the mlnlatule Tuba We witnessed the sham battle letulned to Neva London and walked up State stleet obselvlng Flnle Blooks ln flont of our new Post Ofilce eallylng a lalge slgrn saying., We Want Beel We then enteled the Flllplle Theatle IUH by Julius Almettl and his SIX Ll'lllCllQI1 mth the lesponslblllty of QVQIQ ploductlon lestlng upon Racine and Gagnon They lalsed and loweled the eultalns Latel we went out to IGVIQW the parade In flont of me sat Sellatol Daahllan 111 the IQVILXNIDL, stand and nelct to hllll Roche tamed Mayol of the thllvlng metlopolls of Old Lyme Along eame Call Wood worth smiling, at all the Lllls with Joe Mulphy oul h6lOlC New London policeman holding back New londons new CIOD ot debutantes while Hdl6ftll3N late as usual was ehlsellng his way lnto the levlexllng stand Al MOIHU was Cl1lVlY'lIL, a tlaetol up State stleet Hansen slttlnf., next to hlm with a Ilfle on hls knees Following eame the tanks with Efllgdl Thomas and Felllel both looking seaslck Suddenly their tank stopped dead Thomas C13.VSl9fl undel and FLIIIQI shouted f0l help At this moment Swede Johnsen leaned out of the dls abled vetelans C31 and w th the stlength of Tallan melelv llfted up the tank We paused to gaze at New London s new Nutmeg Qtate Building ovel the dool ct Whlth was lnsellbed ln lalge lettels the nlme of Bll7CT1Qk1 Blos dealers ln smoked llerllng On the fllgt llool window appealed Tubbs and Andlews ll10ltIC13I'lS the wlndow above Belnsteln and MCGHIIV hlgh plessule tlle salesman on the opposite window Henry Holt Smith Jr Ceolge Stead and Joseph 7emel teaehels ol Hungallall and LLeeho slovarklan aesthetle dancing Pelched on a flagpole was Blennan who had not folg.,otten any of hls pllmltlve hlblts On his shouldels was Inky Coldon taklng notes of the parade -Xs we walk ed auav Jlngllng our money who should come along but Joe Dvel and Lynch selling: sandwlehes We WLIQ delighted with the numelous new buildings lneludlngl the Nlovel Night Club of Wools uh eh had some of the dueklest ldeas It was lumoled that Dan Balkel and Felbel wele the hous deteetlyes We wele hungry so we stepped into Ed Bally s spaghetti house Lallv Davis the head Waltel' served us. Rlchy Woodworths brass band, lncludlngr Boylston iaari and C1'00I161' Winakor began to play as we left. John Speirs the street, clean- er was singing' outside. Fred Shurts the citys champion boot-black was soliciting: his business on the street. Marsdale and Maher were selling papers. We were instantly attracted by the headline Sousa Captures Huge Tiger Single-handed written by Ld. O Connor. We turned to the sporting page and saw that Griswold Cavanaugh Burdick and Reed-Hill were members of the All Coast Cuard and they had just defeated the Hammel Institute for the Qt. Cermain Memorial Trophy. On the social page Reidy and Wilensky had been joined in matrimony to tvxo innocent girls by Minister Lawrence Kmith. The best man was John Newcomb and the llSl'191'S were DElia Delmore Ieviloff and Massad. We went into Weymouths Pool Room where Clarenee Clark Phillips Beebe and Rose were playing eight ball. Entirely pleased with the successes of our classmates we hailed Red tlleary in his meteor type taxi to take us back to the station. 1 Y' " "'1'YoYc1'l' v"v' Fr v Page fllirly-fl1l'c'c ." f sv '-:gg W' 1 2 1 ,fur it sg '1 .1,f2"" "ea :if 4 ' f. sg - f . ,J , ' 1 X ,-f X V-- ,f- , I ' f KI ," . ' I 'ix I If .' x . I KK I l In XX Q? kgxsl I , 1 XIOKN N- I - I .1 ' f' - l i N- " my Ty, 7- - l' . V ll ff wHALhR l -l , xg: :Ea 0- 'R ...I is mf AI ttf I 1 X ffffx IN' :-wx I fl' f T ef . , 1.4 , f f X- f' I ' xii, .,X 5-J 'x v' ,I ll! WF- , ' ' :YY -9' l ' -. ,- . .f 4 xx I 5 I ff ,, A , I -, N I I 1, 1 ' . .rv . ' - '1 if ,.. .- ff. . f .A -be-1 1 "'-A 'f ' - s ' I.I I I .. ' ..i ,,I. ' , . I ' ' I I . . ,' ' . S 'R' , . ' L' " . ' . , ' , ' ' . v' 1 , y . Q I I. I . . . I I. . I . . I. . I. ' . . I. , . . ' . I ' I ' ,. lc .HI . . ., . . . -. ' - 1 - . ' 4 , . , l - - ' , . ,v ' ' , . ' A v' J. . ' I . , . . I I I . . . - . ' S ' i ,I ,rl i J i V X. I Y' ' .I i . i J ' - Y Y 1 Y - l , . . . . . . , . , ., . . . I I I .I , . I . I . I. I I I I I II I. . II I I I II I I II I I. . II . v' .' 'I. V I.I y' . , . .I. ' ,-. . I , . .' -I l ' 'i ' . W '. . . I i X n I ., i.,- . I. . 2 I. . . .,I I . I ' , .I 7 Q I 1 s a K . 1 w K ,N . Y 1 i -' L '. ' . .' . L .K of A L .Hn HC 'L - 011 . l . ., , , ' H . ' .. H ' - . . . ' . . . ' ' KZ , A .1 ,, , K A 7, , , . , , ., I , . .4 , - , ' 1' " J' ' -S ' " ' 13 , I' i '. . . . . ,. ' .' ' ' n . K , 1 g I 2 C. . S 'Q ' . I ' ' .' X ' '. A -' ' 'c ' I v . V 1 V 'Y . ' . 1 A II .I I I I I . I I I. I I I I . . III . . l ' 'S, ' i' . 2 " , i . ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' X ' ' X ' i re n ' Y If. A . I ' . . V . ' I- ,I . . - 4 'I-I I - ' . y . . ' , y L' Y 7 l Y Y , . Y , x Q Y tiki , I AY !!, IW 3 1 1 1 ' v Y 1 . V , 3 , e 1 1 , f Y 1 l . , v lv , 9 7 1 5 X I Y Y I I 1 Y I ff' 'Z 'W 2 W S' J W 1 KW NW if XX 9 Mft WHALER Ex I Q Y XXV Q 4 J A yy! I X SQ' J ff! mtg' CLASS OFFICERS 932 ww PQFSLDLQT SHUFZTS VME. PRESEDMJY BFQNSTEIN SECRETARY MURPHY TREASUQF H ' ' ' ' W I' 1 ill tyfom niw ,f""':4-QYKSXXL I 51:1 ,A ?"'jgZ6?.- X S IQQ Zu: Qs li . If ' , .,,, .4 3: -- f X,g-4.47 I -S 4 , ' 'X fr is ' 5 K2 Xxgslarfl fly' A 'j -s,., , f-1, . NA Si-4721 j,'l 1 Jorxz SEN Q' , Q L , Y M f . f my sf? -.ww iikgfiia eff 9 il R cl ' We M X HMV WHALER DM M Q, N 'EQ Ns l bkkl 1932 'ASXN WX ,ll C f se.4lW flk ,fi Jmmc fwf5 WJ IUI IUS ARTHUR XIMETTI Amen Classlcal Course Ifootball Z 3 4 Class Baseball 2 3 4 Wc cant hgule out whele Amen evel got hls name but he s got 1t so thats that He appeals to be a oulet studlous mdxvldual but ln a sholt txme he pops open and vw th hls Wlt and p1anks he man-lgcs to make a dull class velv bllght KENNETH R ANDREWS Xndy Classlcal Course Half of Junlol HlQt01W P117e Lltelalv Fdltol Whalel StaiT 4 AlTlbltl0D and abllltv malk Andys ellqolts ln school He IQ a splendld student and a fme classmate We all wlsh vou loads of luck Andy CEORGE ANDREW AZARS Feorge Commerclal Course Typlng Awalds 3 Royal Gregg Awald Rel'llllflg't0D Correspondence Secletarv The Whale1 4 Hele IS one more of ou1 real smamt fellows Georges man aCtlV1ty ln school IS hls studles Besldes thls he has made l'lllllSQlf well llked bv all of us We feel su1e that GGOIEB w1ll climb the ladder of success 1n leaps and bounds DANIEL CLERELAND BARBER "I'ard" Classlcal Course Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Class Hockev 4, V211 slty Club 3, 4 "Dan" made qulte a name fol hlmself due to hxs heavy hlttmg and brllllant outfleldlng H1s abllltv IQ not con fined alone to the baseball dlamond He ls ught on top ln hls 3C2,d6l'I11C courses Keep up the good work M010 success to you QT' """l'YoYc1'l rvv I v Page thu fy fzrc l SN-4, If XXV, f I Xl -STX . A l U ,pl -- ,ex ' 01 Jn X ck. . ,JJ x7,.7"' lf -'ll .-J lll-. E' Ml ,ll ll X a- " jug., nj X, ' ' , ' , fy 13,159 Q2 . :QV -I , I fy' 2 -1'-in-,,,,,.,,,,d,4.f.f 1 '-iqvf :,f'Q, lk ' 1 A 1 if s, Z1 If I1 , QJEW f K jf -.vw J I "2g.JXx-f ff f 3 X Q KX X ff l NN N XXX , U 'XZ 14,9 wrlflifsn N hwy, X XXX 5' J, gig 1932 lbs f fe'fMW ilk ,fd J lrNeb fffz 9 ROY CORNEII BXRKFR Roy Qommerual Courie Awt Mgr Baseball 9 3 Managel 4 Band Z Roy li one of the smalleet boys ln ou1 claw He IS qulet but can alwaye bulst fmth wlth 'some lem-ark at the ught tlme and place HQ has handled h1s baseball llldflagilldl ClLltlLS clcdltablv EDW XRD WII LI KM IBARRX Ceneral Course Baseball 2 3 4 Basletball Z S 4 Class Baseballl VHlSltV Club 3 4 lvpmg Awand 2 3 Ld can bc been most anv tune loamlng alound the C0ll1Cl0lS tlvlng to hnd out what the asslgnment IQ H14 abllltv on the baskqtball Llllllt does hlm uedlt IOIIN S BXYI IS IR Jack Claeslcal Course Awt Mgl lootball 7 Clash Basketball 3 4 Cap tan Hockey 3 4 And novl mav we present ou1 Punce Charmmg Can Vou blame the poo: gllliv But sellouslv Jack 1 ons, of thu moxt school spulted lellows In ou1 Llasx Hls pleaimg, Qlllllt? and Laee of making fuende hae made hlm velv populam here at school HOR SCE M BEEBE ' Beeb' f eneral Course -Xlthough "Beeb" hae not taken palt ln the actlvltlee of the school he hae mdeed made hzmself conwplcuoue to evelyone as a good INIYGI and a staunch fllend QQ- I'y"'YfoYQ'Q'1'l"l" 7 Y P1100 11111111 su Q I ' .Q "'-:ati Nli 6-f:"7L'v,gi:',X,fx 'Il 143717-'Avi :Q,:b -' f l A S' 1 Nl l .' QQ! J .Il Q QN f lv? 1 X4 "- 4 -"Q - M X ll 1 Nl- ' , cw ry ff - 1 .f o,,- Q, ,J QQ , ,ww XX -f V, f A ll xl ' ' fvi' . ., 77- ' ' 1 fl . ., " X 1 'fl-524, .-.. . -,. X tiff, 7:2 l l , 1 As av 1 7 W A K . K 'I ' A I ' scEdsv . 1 g :H 5 Ulf: 3 r - 9 D 1 v, .V ' " ' , f. sc 41 ny I , A , : , ' , , , ..' .S .- ' ,, ' l , ' 'L' 'S , n ss . .uf 4' Lg ' 2, , C - 'i J: ' J 1, . , , , , . , u ,' , - H A . ,l . . h l K A p-, Y. li K A l k', I L I Y l 1 4 , f 1 ,f silly 'L ' K st" it ,J W " .Asugsq tofff lm, it THE X K QR! V s 1 1,7569 1932 ASS ,nl X f, X ts , ,is Mfffms-5 ,!5fZZ' JOSEPH LEWIS BERNSTEIN Rebel Classical Course Football 2 3 4 Track 4 Varsity Club 2 3 4 Busi ness Managei Whalel 4 Class Football 1 flass Bas ketball 2 3 4 Class Baseball 1 2 3 4 Class Tia k Potpouui 2 4 Junioi Piom Comniittec Class 'lieasurei 2 Vice Piesident 3 Sccictuv 4 Heie is one of the most populai boxs in the school He has made a name foi himself in mo t of our school activities PRANCISI BINGHAM Bing Commercial Course Class Football 1 Rifle Club Rifle Team 1 9 Bng comes from somewheie aiound the wilds of Quaker Hill He is a seiious minded fellow and takes his woik with the right attitude We undeistand that Bing is quite a fish and game authoiity too ROY XL l BVIFOUD Imltty Commercial Course Glee Club 4 Bitty came to us this year fiom Manchestei Al though we have known him for only a shoit time he has made us all like him by his ready smile and his quiet disposition. He has already established himself as a singer and we are expecting much from him in dramatics. JOHN WOOD BOYLSTON "Muff" Classical Course Biographical Editor, Whalerg Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, Manager 35 Varsity Club 3. 43 Var- sity Minstrel 2g Serenaders 3, 49 Tiger Staff 2. "Johnny" is noted for his musical abilities. His trom- bone playing is the envy of many. We can't agree with "Muff" because he likes the "Kaydets" but We wish him success nevertheless. Y-3'-'vw r Y1""'v"? " ' 'D . MV, Page thirty-sczimi on xifid M, inf M ff? XSS! 0, qi K XX ,Nix ', f, 1431, H Xi Aff!!! C fs, 1-"fx X. 1:44592 , ff J -55 4 13.2, 3, . ' .i 'Q ". .',.v. . . ll Y S " K 2 " J! "Qf:N'4 M5447 l lfllfwsrfm 5, ' xg MBAR, 1932 HFNRY lN IERPWNAN Norm Classlcal iourse Class Football Z -1 Ah hue he Is that shelk flom Oswegatch e Oh well I6 not mad even f he dld Qteal foul women Norm IS Qule one puppy ll"ld1VltlLl3.l HN leadv WV1t and luoad smlle have helped oul stav at Bullxelev to be much mole pleaaant Norm also plunke 1 mc IH bamo PRNFS1 N BROOKS Short feneral Couric- Football S 4 Tlatk Z 5 4 Basketball 3 4 Varslty Club 3 -1 Plea Student Councll 4 Qhmt came to us m the latte1 balt of our second vear and 1mmed1atelv eet to work makmg a name fol hmmself If he had lomed ua anv soonel he would have tllxen off 1nd1v1du11 honors III athletlts He has a vsay about hllvl and can be seen most anv mght down on Park XX ax I RI' IJERICR R IHURDIC K Fred Classical Course I led IK fa TIGXYLOIYIQI from Tech and althougrh we have not known hun long vu allcadv have a fme oplmon of him He la a ood student and has a velv pleaslng, pel sonfxllty IAMLS I HII II' BU FI I R J1m Commerual Course Dldll13tlLi 1 "J1m" 18 another of our hald XVO1lx91S H15 qulet man nel and pleaalng DGlQOI1dlltV have won hllll manv tuends hele at Bulkeley X w V , I ugt thu 111 ecyht ' ,fr ff-Q4 'Sf-.1 Sf ss s 1' 7fW'f'l'N:iw. .41 w .- fe l 1 M YQ- L!-'H , Qu xl -M4 NF' may 'lil 2' an lzl ll JA ' M X pe 'E iieesc.. Lf' s y ' ' fa'f'Ww - . - ft -Illia, ,.. . 'iw Y W nn 9? I H I U11 K , I A v ' ' ' I 'L , I ' ca ,H - , , 7 I ' . I v .4 vu 5 x A v is fs - an wwf -Q lf of iw-Ag ,Wff 5 lf THE X' if x SNK L X 9 7 X X lah no. X y WHALER M N7 4 1 f,xx.l 1932 1155 X V ,f XS X4 if flfx NN lf fff N fuk ,ff " mme' 1714 jf XX INSI OWN Hl RI Pl RT I UXTON Buck Classlcal Course otbxll 9 3 flax Fla Q Rlfle Team 3 Buck IN om ot oul qulnt boys Qpendlng, hu tnnt xtudylng hald om playln hald as the case mav bu luck 18 always Wllllng, to help otheu Thu hm QLlJ.lltV has vson hun many 2lKlYlll16lS Ell'llUlND ERlNl+Sl Bl lFlNSlxI Classlcal Vourwe BaQeball Footballi 4 Class Baseb1ll2 3 C ss Football 1 2 V3fSltV Club 4 The way Ed team up that opposmg llne li nobody s busmws and we owe plactlcally 1 thud of the taelxlb to hllll Ed s populallty IS due to hls good qpoltaman Qhlp Yes he made All State lfleven He and hlx blothel Hen1y are the sweethealto of football A pan of aceq HENRY .IOHW PUZENSRI Hxnrv Classical Course Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Claes txaclxl flas Football 1 Claes Baoeball 1 V2l1'3lty Club 3 4 Meet the Otllel halt ot the Buzenskx combxn 1t1on HLHIV IQ noted for the may he snares passes and SCOILS thoee touthdovs ns He li qulet IH Clase but always 1eadv fo1 a good algument Henry 15 lndeed a good Qtudent and well llked bv 'ull RIC H ARD J XMES C XRVER Rich Commerclal Course Claw Baieball 3 4 Rnh 18 a QUl6t q0lt of fellow and a goood student Whlle the magollty of the class IQ busy talkxng about someone Rich N probably wolklns away on hls SlLldl8S We wlsh we wele all ae dllxgfent Y- --v"l rgycw x ww I v IW I 1 Page thu ty mm' ,Q Q-Q Q 4,-'I' :x r - QA 'M "1-., wr sf V X. 'J J VF 'Q-2 of ff f ' 1 Ye' f , .A X1 " , XX, ' f - J, XX ' f "1 A fx f tw 3 P X xsq'fl Tl' 4 ml' 1 I-"yu 9' l. AA ml I ? v-' all T ll! 4 4 A ' ' 3' H f .fxa ,al I j if V4 .V be Q?Q X - FMF, 11,51 - " . Xl ' ' Sr ' it '+L' Nix ' '. 1 I , KZQXYX H, - s If ,V C- e If 'VN 5 i x 'C 'M "ll . 13- 5 fa ff -1' sg, . ,,, - ' 4- 4 J , , , v , , v ,l ., . 1 ' A x l x ,A . Fo 2 L,I,4g l .s' 'cl 3,43 ' . ll , ,H ' . A ' . ' , - , ' ,. 'C ' A -1 I 1 I I l ' Q . lk, an S3 4 . X 4. g , ry . .. D K. ' ' ,. ' l kk A 7 y :kvw V1 J y v 1.Ed-u . 13 4 3, 3 " .' S 2 ' , Q 3 Tlas: . , 3 .' , f . nc , .yn , ' , ' 'L 'S ' an 1 as ,' ' ' -i , , A C . 5, , - l . ' ' . . . 1 . . 1 ll A 1 V K' ' 'N ,2,: .- M, ls .: : 3 . g . L L 3 .K I, I Y . , . 'K 1 y V .yi . l V . K 1 . ' I K A I il ' VV , .. . , . H .1 ,, .1 . i . ,, . ,, .L Q . Z. '- . . 'Lilly ff. 'W 2' 'W' Nl" .JW "'1s'2s..Ss-1 1 K ff ff A ,NM x W t S K THE S9 ll " X XX W W' ll l N .I I X sho Jig .5 1932 JA5,Q ,l X, XXs f jfff ffs ts L Wm gg!-.iffin 'X MJ J mee 2455 CHARI ES LLUYIJ C XVANALC H lnkne Ceneral Course Cross Countzv 4 Unkle Just came and Jomed our throng lecentlv but found a way mto all our hea1ts He took up athletlcs Ln a blg way and we hope he succeeds 1n llfe as he has exe CI ARFNCE H CI ARK Llarkle Commercial Course Gregg Typmg Awa1d 3 Rlfle Club 1 2 4 Whaler Staff 4 C1a1k1e IS another of 0u1 sober fellows He comes IH the ITIOIHIHH' and does hxs work and then leaves W dgnt see hlm unt1l the dav after However we all llke larkle RICH KRD f ORDON CI ARK Ducky Ceneral Course If vou feel sort of downcast Just get a seat near Dlekv IH some Class and hell have you holdlng voul sldes IH no tlme When he 13 called upon and flnds hlm self unprepaxecl he has a hablt of maklns some sort of 1oke out of the questlon asked and thus wlggles out We 16 all strong fox Dlckv ll " IOHN SYLVESTILR QLEARY "Red" CIHGSICRI Course Latln PIIZG 3 "Red's" sunnv dlsposltlon IS 1n well keepmg Wlth that rustv halr of hls "Red" IS a real student and vely seldom lf evel carrles a gulltv feelmg of unpleparedness lnto a class wlth hun He has started ln the rlght way for success and has eve1V lndlcatlon of attamlng It We wish hlm luck ww- 'lrgvcvl'-'v f 1' Q I v' v v , X I Page fmty 5 .P fl, '7T"2,-txl xxif K W 7- ?'f V163 A X5 jd ',!,,j'P'f :, :il rl!!! f ,' '- f l ' ' ' X' T' f rl, 1 ., SX .- X W :Q .I ' , 5 s , le ,lf 4 l - of - mf 7.1.1 . off X l, ll x N., QQ , 1' ,x ' ,. g- ff fc -5 5 ' . ' I , s ,A 1 ,s .-. ,. Q ,ff A+ e ' . 1' xv f f'-' E ' X f XX, G' 'I ,x. -'ll " ".' X . ,QP ,fi " fl 'jf-Ee-,,, , ,H V ,,f,.,gg7.l I ' f-f,Q',4!,, J 1 X 'I I 1 I 7 Q .4 ' - u . xx I X H . H . I I I . . ' If Y ' 'I ,. ' . . - . 1 . 7 9 1 ! ca , ' u ' , , 5 I -U . . . . e n ' H' ' . ' A 1 ' 44 ' ,uv I 4 I J I as ', ' rv - A 9 ' . . ' n n . . Ar K K - ' r , L , u ' in U L D gig? ff lg -sh . S 4, 1W""x csgqxx f 9 THE X Xlbbw M ' ll X17 WHALER X XXX' ww 1932 if 'N ,Q f X V ,ls ,, 1 fs? ,Mm WALTFR JOSEPH COLLINS Walt Classical Course Football 1 2 3 4 Class Baseballl 2 3 4 Va1s1tV Club 2 3 4 Class Presldent 1 If you should happen to get up earlv some mornmg Walt wlll be seen busv dellvermg mxlk He 1s an ath lete of some note and popular wlth us all JAMES EDWARD CORlxY Dmgle Classical Course Dlngle 1S a sermus fellow and a hard worker Hls pleasant nature makes hlm well llked bv the whole school Dlngle sule keeps thlngs lushmg at the Dav office I HILII' DAGHI IAN Classical Course Half of Hlstolv Puze 3 Second P1126 State League ot Nat1ons 3 We ale p0Slt1V6 that Phxl has the makmgs of a genlus He lS slncere and verv capable IH h1S work We are expectlng great th1n,qs from Phll KENNETH D AVIDSON "Ken" Commercial Course Bookkeeplng PYIZQ 2, Class Baseball 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Olchestla 2 "Ken" IQ that cu1ly halred, healthy looklng fellow who plavs the shde trombone m the band He 1s a good natuled compamon and ls alwavs wllllng to be helpful ln any way QQ- i'1""VfoYc1'I V41 7 V Page for fu mm 1- , -anew: , f - -I, '- " . -.s, A -4, . , be ' 1 XX L2 1 sf- X- sf: S- .M lf .. x 2 W N , f .KX :lol A my .ia ,gt nk: S.-iajx you M ff, L 'ss ', ' ,fffe-.N ,4",d."", - .. ,f'-f:f .ESX 'E' 1- -, -f5,,.,,-, -lx 1 L to y , :Y J 7 9 ' . 1 1 '! ! . 1 ta rr - ' ' . ' D. K 'K , gn Ii ' Ki ' U ac ' H - ' , . 'L H ' H . ' - . ' I 1 J V uphilsa , ' ' u ' yr ' T I - ' I , ' is ' n ' 'Q W sf' Cfgfq Q THE ly!! i' 5X?sf ,. JW Wvsssk Lf. la 1 N X4 MIA W LP W! A se.,,jfIm l fy mg ,Mfg W! L XRRY L DAVIS Larry Classical Course Baseball Football 4 Varslty Club Lauv IQ one of our newcomels but has proved hls abll ltleg ln no small wav Larrv has become popular wlth h1s southern drawl and good nature A student of h1s tozv and Robelt E Lee Dutv IS a subhme Word to Lauy We wlsh hmm luck at the Coast Guard Academy Al BERT LEO D ELIA Classlcal Course Class Football 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Al IS about the best muslclan 1n school In addltlon to this Al has made a scholastlc standmg whlch stands wlth the hlghest He 1s one fine fellow and 1n splte of hls apparent serxousness he can be as aCt1V6 and Wltty as any of us FRANCIS l ADL DI' I MORE De Classical Course Frack 3 Class Basketball 2 3 Class Football 1 Class Baseball 2 Potpounl 3 If you should meet Del some mornmp: on the Way to school you can be qulte sure you are late Del has made hlmself populal wlth hls cheerv smlle and good natule JOSEPH PETER DYER "Dyer" Cl3SSlCal Course Dyer ls a membe1 of the quletel sectlon of the class In hls spare tlme one wxll mvarlably flnd hlm on Broad street IH flont of the W M I We all wonder who she IQ We admlre hlm beaause of his perseverlng qualltles Is he Wlttv, Wow VY' ""'l'YoYc"" 'w' " ' Puqe fm ty two , If ' 'S'-at xg: 1.113 7 - 1' tw Q f 'rf V, I ' XX iz: X Xl , 4727 ' I' ., f 'Q-CS., y w , "" -. R xy, ts!! , - i Ns , ,vu I xx I, A -1 -all . If I all 3. wt sw .7 . all 4. - M .KK J .X . , lm . ,I XX W lvl " I X li Si X x1"F"ff'6l', Xxx " I 1 zygg k xiii- 5--. .. I 'iff 9. hx I Aj 4' 'sys '-' i X lf! Q, Isis 5 ,vw fi -gun . '--.A l 5f . X 1 "1 . an vi 4 J -E--g,,,Y ,,,!,,Af, gg-.1 I ---Q!! -4 , X A1 . sa sv J , g ' I 4. Q J I HAI!! -- Z 1 , 1 3 ' , y , - H ,, . . . . . . I KK ,, . . . . - , A . Q Q L. D ' 11 il I!! 3 L ' , 3 2 L LK U ' K ' KK 77 X-Ejilwf 1' B7 Maur iris-:ESX Lfgflrr- -if 1 N XXX fp ,AQ1 l932 L14 X WX L , f flx ffff' BMW? WII LIAM C EDWARDS B1 Commercial Course Typewliting Awards Gregg Celtificate 3 Class Tlack B1ll 15 a wonder to some of us He sits verv quletly in class and when called upon does not usually seem t know more than to Just get by But when exams come around Bill shows up by grabbing oil' nineties etc Keep it up Bill We wish we could knuckle down llke that XBRAHANI IRYIlNf FERIJER e Classlcal Course Rifle Club 4 Abe has been a big help to those who found things hard to accomplish A crowd can alwaYS be f0L1Hd a1'0UNd his desk for he has the homework Abe has acquiied manv t1ue f11ends during his stay with us DANIEI WILLIAM FERRIER Dan Commercial Course Tiack 1 2 3 4 Captain Track 4 Football 3 Class Basketball 2 Class Cross Countrv 2 3 4 Class Tiack 1 2 3 Varsity Club 3 4 Here is our famous exponent of speed Because of his brilliant running he was elected to the captamcy of the track team. He does his work as thoroughly as his running. ALFRED JOSEPH GAGNON "Babe" Classical Course Class President 2, 35 Math. Prize 1, 2, 3g Latin Prize 1, 1DividedJ 23 Dramatic Prize fDividedJ 23 Football Squad 23 Track 1, 23 Cross Country 1, 35 Class Prom Committee Chairman, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "Babe" is one of the most active members of our class. He is also one of the smartest. Many of the so- cial functions and other activities owe most of their success to "Babe". q Q- 'vvy'-"fQYc1'1'v't' 'Z v Page forfy-three ,N ' tw , fi-:Z 1 U 1,1 - - 3251 ,GTV x' ' f' g?7"' ea :ir l ,nl If 'QEKQH , I X X- - 'ki or l , W . .- fl' ' QX f Q? P x B -KI. 4 .wg lf - l?-ff? WHALER X -W . 21 fi' -. IJ 1 4 1 - xvl ,, f X - 1. ' fe si., 14 X - . if w o Q, h X33-N: ,V fi -1 ,i , ,-',,r-ff H1 ' .lf 1.42, . J , . ' " 'll" 1. .' ' . S . . ' S . - 1 K ll , I . - I O , . ' 1 1 ' 'mlb " sally f. M 2' B" "ls-N3 f I 9 wrll1LFER NX ll ,XS ' ,I X Z ,fxl 4 Jffnxx? l932 , -QSNTN W KES QQMM zlk ,fd " mfs' ,y4,f JJ ALM MII ION ROBERT CORDON Inkv Classlcal Course Asst Mgr Basketball 3 Manager 4 Class Baseball 1 2 3 4 Class Football 4 Potpourrl 2 Varsltv Club 4 School Correspondent 4 Thls llttle fellow has found hls way among us Wlth hls good companlonshlp and natural wxt He took up reporting m h1s senlor year and durmg anv athletlc con test can be found on the sldelmes dlllgentlv Wlltlflg' The pen lS rmghtler than the swold IS hls motto R XYMOND W ARREN CRISWOI D Ray CIHSSICHI Course Ray 1o1ned us ln our senlor Veal transfelrlng from our urban r1val He has proved a good frlend and a ,qoo sport He belleves IH the provelb Sllence ms golden B XDI H Xf E Frenchy Classxcal Course Potpoul r1 1 Flenchy came to us from fa1 acloss the sea and 1l'l'l medlatelv set to work flndmg a place among us Hxs performance ln the Potpou1r1 IQ stlll among our cherlsh ed memorles He IS a shark ln all hls studles and ha ploved to be 1 gleat help to those ln dlfflcultv He IS a frlend ln need PERICLES HALILFTIRAS Pat Commerclal Course Baseball 1 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball 3,1 Class Basketball 2 Class Secretarv 2, Varsltv Club 2, 3 4, Presldent 4 Here IQ one of our most versatlle classmen Whether lt be athletlc 01 soclal, 4'Pat" wxll alwavs be found dolng hls b1t He IS recognlzed throughout the confelence and cltv as one of the best field generals 1n the school's h1s t01V ww- '-vwvrgvcvl W' f v Page for fy foul ' ' V "-: . 2 ,?w.2:S' - ff"-' 1' f' cw 9 ff .-,tim Nj ,, - ,. ,4 -.. V 7 I 767,11 q,:4kL, T' Q fff ' , 4 E.: X -I , 'Af ' I gfx 'fx S.. ' f r 5 . 1 54 4 YH' ' 'X " -, , , xx Q9 . 5 X .1 V , 1 N- ' v .lf -I-.-'lx tj, MM . - al- ' , QQ 3- -N Al 's N 4 X A . ,f ff' . x fx M I I I 4. ,x K X V f ff xy Nx ' V n-4 u ss: X ' -: ,XD ,Y ' S--, QA g ' f ZZ, - 4 Z lg- MK U dv? .N ... I , ff ' XC - 'I ' N G 1 ' - ' If-4' . IS ' HI " 1 'ff 52-s ,. , - , , ,550 ln ' -1415, :I C T 1 A' ' X as l sa A .V . , I Q 0 .' ' iv 1 1 Q - Q ' Q . Q 'CQ ' .-' n ' ' ' , 11 ' ' ' ,- v ' l Y I A 55 91 N ,, . . . . ' ' . ' . ' cl v ' ' . KK ' - yr if li 1 Cl ,V I 1 I az , xv , . ' 1 ' c ' . O . I . I N ll YY 9 v v 3 1 J 1 . A : . I ' . ' - , a Mfr W f ' -.vu sf-,yy f'Xw Rx-' 'Alf 54- NX fyfy g, :MTN X X JW Mis V 5' xl X N W X N I Q ff WHALER :MSX lax Ni cow Ssdym l 1 EORGE JOSEI H H KMMEI Ce0l','Ze Feneral Course Swlmmlng 2 3 Class Baseball 1 2 Valsltv Club Z After w1tness1ng Geolges performances ln the tank one almost wlshes he we1e small Hls swxmmlng and dlvlng plled un manv polnts for Bulkelev and dld much to XVIII the champlonshlp THEODORE NICULPI HANSEN e Feneral Course Rlfle Club 4 Ted IS one of those future Edlsons Hes alwavs poklng hls nose ln some electrlcal gadget With hls ln terest and abllltv 1h mechamcal thlngs he has every chance of makmg good Go to lt Ted ANTHONY HONOSlxY Anthony Classlcal Course Anthonv came to us last vear and so oul assocxatlons wlth hlm are somewhat llmlted But all that we have seen of hlm stand fo1 a fine classmate and a good stu dent V XRTHUR WILBUR IOHNSEN "Skid" Classlcal Course Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captaln Football 4, Tlack 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball 2, Class Hockev 3, Presldent Class 4, D1amat1c Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatlc Puze 3, Varsltv Club 2, 3, 4, Secletarv 4 "Sk1d" has the honor of belng one of the few three letter men ln the school and one of the best centels ln the state Hls masslve bulk and power have been ln valuable to the football eleven Hall' to the klng' of good sportsmanshlpl X ,N A wmv - ' If zz 1.5 zz. wr dn f -- Page foz fy five LJM H f I K' tvtlv X X his I I Z MM f -pl, lflfxbgtgsixx THE X C X X MXN, WHALER BW hh X fx z l932 figs ,n Q fo as f CHESIER IAWRENCE JONI S Buster CIBSSICHI Course Bustcl ls sure one fine fellow H1s classmates could all do well bv lmltatmg hls fine manners and pleas mf., pe1s0nal1tV Although he alwavs st10n5.,lV denles xt he goes over Wlth the fan sex wlth a bang HILNRY WIILIAM RAISILR JR Commercial Course Class Basketball 0 4 Class Baseballl 2 4 C S Football 1 2 Popularltv IS thls fellows mlddle name good student and a very populal classmate has a smxle no matte1 how sore he 1eallv IS He always MORRIS LEVII OFF I eve Classltal Course State and Natmnal Puzes m Paus Peace Pact Essay Contest Step up and meet the t1avcl1ng., 1ep1esentat1ve of the semor class Because of hls XVIIIHIIIQ' essav on the Pans 'ci Peace Pact he earned a tup abroad and natlonal fame as an essaylst We ale DlOl.1tl to call Morns a fuend VVILI IAM JOSEPH LOFTUS Blll Classical Course Tlack 3 4 Va1s1tV Club 4 Radlo Club 3 ' Blll IS one of the fine supportels of Bulkelev teams He wxll tlavel anv dlstance to encourage and cheer them on He proved mvaluable to the track team Wlth hls abllltv ln the welght events qi' "I"l'foYdl'l Iwi 7 v Page fmty sm - .nl yy? iff.-F2 if 11 A, , ,4:'ff'1'f4 If at af-1 ff eff! - -lf f R ll, Qilffm 1' '- fff 'l..-lu f lf tl 'mf e-ff I Hfllt WT at .,.- WA jlltl - . . gf I ll, If IHA Efj X W M1 ,r ' ' , ' ' , . "Ki" .' Q, 5 - . . : las Q ' 1 ' ' . is a Kg Ki If sf" ya foilww 9 WI-'I-,FIFER Nj If SYY, ' l bra X sl ll saw Xfxifhmi Xl FHOMAS EDWARD IYYCH lom Classical Course Fvelvone knows Tom fo1 hls lllxeable marmelw Hes always leady wlth a Joke 01 a -H1116 Tom may be seen oiten xx indeung, alound sbhool velv nonehalantlv but at the sound of 1 teache1 s t1ead he makes a bee llne lol that well lnown hlde out the coat mom But sem ously Tom 18 all that can be de ned of a good student and a ting iellow IHOVI XS PR XV! lb M XHBR Cencral I eneral Q oulse Tlack J l C1088 Countrv 4 Class Hockev 5 4 Clas Baseball 3 4 Cenexal ls one ol the QUIUIISQN of oul class Inst he seems qulet and seuous but when vou get to lnow hun vou flnd one of the most Jovful happv go luckv ITICIIIIJQIS of oul class VM all like Genelal and he ls not anv sloueh IH hls stuches D xx X ffX 1932 if 'Sl Wx ,v f lj ffl sg IJANIEI .l XMI S MARI OWI' Coach Classlcal iourse Class Inscbfxll ' 4 Rifle Club Dan IS anothe1 ol the 10StLl of qulet fellows the ual studlous sect of the class Hls Lheelv Sllllle and good natule we welcome anvwhele ALLElN SM KI l EX MARSD KI I X an Commercial Course Jumol Stenographv P1 we Allen IS a qulet fellow, but when vou Come to know hlm vou 1Qflll79 what a xeallv splendld fellow he IQ He's a steady workex and a good student .36- Prlqc' flllfll sf ' ' ,ff fi'2.1Q - been 1' . 'fs 14 J CQ M- Q-X-f v:,.,a2 'f ' I , .I Xb ' ,. QW rl, l 1' . 1 X f Xsk' ll 1 I xx :I X-I '14 v' 'l..-U 7 lbff N I ll' 1 Il X or- 5 ' J.-1 A ,51 'T lvl - -, M - ,, zf' rx .Al I 1 ll ll ,Ill A on Il - XNZ: 9,1 N I fl If .L si? ,xx . C gf 5 X xx ffi ffnit 1, A if- i l" H 'll iff, ' 116 Q , NS I X: I ' ff, Hoy . Jr' ., ,fl W - -xl-5-1.9 ,., .. ,,, , , 5. .4--'-1 I ' "TGV, 1.6! ,K I Y Si" 1? , I Class Baseball 33 Class Football 2. , it . H 1 I I . . I S . . A N If I , V , -, , I , va ' , .' ,, , 5. . .I . . Q, W -1- K 'N Z Y . . . J. . ' K I, m .M " " - ' 1 1:5 1' I rw , 1 W w w 1 nn 1 x vw I L A A J 1 a I .tl - ' 5, -3 " , 'Q - -' U ', 3 ss 1 " 1 ' " 'r 1 ' . ' : - ' At I l '. C X , ' ' S " . I 1' ' I , V l ., , ,, 7 l bl ' ' lg 1, , il - - . ' I I 5 , 'I " - " l , I 1 1 v x 4, ' . I X I .. g. c U, , 1 . an H ' , ' X , , l , - K . I I . Il ' ,. . , . I A ' ' ' I' c - '.'4 . A i ftdllyf 'Q ' f 'W' 1'F4..5s-1 'M' gf WHALER EDN l X , Xxx f IJAQQ 1932 'Hts W ,MWF CQ Xla,yfM 1 X f K ff- glam 'VIICH SEI XVII I IAM MASS KD Mlchael Classlcal Course Orchestra 3 4 Mlchael IS a somber 1Ud1V1dUal who although he savs llttle knows plentv He IS a student of the best tvpe 3102365 s a blg asset to the olchestra too Best of luck IC ae MIC HAEL IOHN McGARRY Mlke Classlcal Course Advertlslng Manager Whale1 4 Mgl Football 4 Asst Manager 3 Varsltv Club Mlke has become notewolthv because of the credlt able wav ln wh1ch he handled his managerlal duties The Tlgers thank him for one of the hardest and best football schedules ever plaved Mlke almost became a Journallst durlng hls Sophomore veal AI FRED FRANCIS MURAN Classlcal Course Baseball 3 Football 3 4 Class Baseball 1 2 Class Football 1 2 Class Hockev 4 Class Track 3 4 Al IQ a fellow who savs llttle but does much H has been a good comrade thmughout our stav hele and IQ alvwavs readv to help anyone ln need .IEREMIIXH JOSEPH MURPHY "Joe" Commercial Course Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Football 1, 2, Class Track 3, Class Treasurer 4, Jumor Prom Commlttee, Varsltv Club 2, 3, 4, Vlce Plesldent 4 Not satlsfled Wlth bemg about the finest baseball and basketball plaver IH the school, "Joe" took up football and became one of the best runmng' backs ln the con ference Hls cheerful smlle has found a wav among us 1?"'Y"l V970 W' f 1 1 v ,wiv v X Page fox tg czyht lr.: .4 I 1 .ag 4 QR fb -l" H I Nil, , , mv, -- , lt . -ll. , l 2 N- ,lay .fi L1 mr il ,fl slyjw . Q A 1 I Lf , 9 L 'En , ,gif - -is ..f . 'V' 1 'ff-E' ,-- .-f,..fZ.A:7-1 I '--.affgf J I c 1 1 I I 1 I "A ' " J A HAI!! ,gif ., 5' f ' " " '. ' , ' . . e I of t lvl I t 'tax' ff wHALeR lm xy 'fl' " x , 9 2 idx s 5 AJAXSX I 3 jlfig L, ek hwy! mm ,ls ,fa RNQT ,fm ff NN ILLI XM I YI RlCh MURPHY W1 Commerclal Course Wlll bemgf one of the quxeter sectlon of the class has not taken nalt 1n manv 2.CtlVIfIl6q IIIS talents are confined to hls Cla s work vwhlch does hllTl c1ed1t H1s motto seems to be The Golden Solltude JOHN VS II IIVVI NILWCOMB Newt Commerual Course Tvplng Awznds 'S Royals Gzegfpg Award Cross Coun tIV 4 Track 4 Newt has a Wav of slttmg back and lettlng the other fellow do the talkmgr In thls wav he keeps hxs eals open and learns a lot We feel sure that John wlll use what he lealns to good advantage We all llke Newt and Wlsh hlm much success EDWARD FRANCIS OCONNOR Okie Com merclal Course Baseball 3 4 Football 3 4 Class Baseball 1 2 Class Football 3 Varsltv Club 4 our humor 'Okle has pmvlded the gxeatel part of duung ou1 stav here and we thank hun for It He as roved valuable as a football and baseball plavcr and D has taken an actxve palt lr all ou1 actlvltles V ILYDL CREII HTUN PHILLIPS 'Rusty ' Lommerclal Course Tvp1n,q Awards Roval, Gleiif, Remlngton, 3, Class Baseball 3, Whale! Staff 4 Here IS one of our 1eal buck. tvpes, that IS more than W M I can sav about sonfe of thelrs "Rustv" IQ of a qulet natule and 1s thought Well of bv all of us 1 fr "v"l'r9Ycw'x www r v Page fm fu nznr . D 4 'L "':,d.kx R If N i 6 Q, 'l"'f1' NXNX .J oI!ay7--' Q :Qi xi Q 1 I. x A '- f f ' 'N '-. I 4 QS.: ff siege- . 1 xo ' W ' l 'X ' - 5 1' Q A 1 X ' Yuvfif P I5 4 aff ll., H- sw Q Vx dl mx 7' i .fy Q -' ,Adm D X , h n I dbx! A W f X x N, 1 ,ffl wit fi' 'X fl' 2 'N ff, ,-ff ' ff:--F f- K1 -isa., fx ICJ' v I ,X 1 Y u -un 44 ' u V' J ' ,, x ' ,K y ll ' VY . , L . QQ if E5 Y V 1 A x I I w H ' H V- . 3 . ' ev A v '- a. rv K C' ' , , ' Y lik J 71 'L q ' l X K I . X Y 9 Ki ' Y! In , : . , 9 ' . : A 7 A - n , K , ' .. ,. , . , L' " ' . , , D ' ' ' ' ' . h W ' 1 I 6 1 , -, vw ,G NTU , Xq' f"?'5 it-'fx ff-ily K X , QQXJ ,tiff Q ms N' 4 Q sk I I F9 X s' ff WHALER NX' fi , ,. Q 55 it ,lt W9- N52-XML' dm if 2 I J mls: ,wafv LOUIS Ll ON XRD PRIULO I efty Classlcal Course Football 2 'J 4 Tlack 2 U 4 Class Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 2 4 Class Baseball 1 2 3 4 Class Basketball 3 Class Tlack 1 Declamatlon Contest 1 Junlor Prom Com mlttee Varsltv Club 3 4 Leftv has taken oil' qulte a tew medals because of hls speed on the clnder path He IS no slouch as a football playel and can always be lelled upon to makc a ,qam IIIS lllblS have us all guesslng JUI ILS ALBERT RALINL lules Classical Course Class TIQHSUTEI 3 Dramatlc PIIZG Z Class Ho kev 3 Potpourrl 1 2 3 Band 3 4 Plom Committee Evelvone at Bulkelev knows thls smlllng' happv ln dlvldual Jules IS about the neppxest and best tured membel of ou1 class as well as an exccllent stu dent El I IS RUBLRI REED HII L B0 1 Classical Course Football 3 4 Class Hockex 3 Class Football 2 Rlfle Club 3 4 Phy 1cs PIILC For thlee Veals thls fellow had the name Bob untll somebodv took notlce of hls 1csemblance to Cagle and named hun Chrls H1s wo1k IH class is above the avexagfe and he IS a shark at phvslcs IOSEPH GILMARY REIDY "Joe" Commercial Course Track 2, 3, 4, Class Football 1, 2, Class Tlack 1, 2, 3, Class Baseball 3, V31Slty Club 2, 3, 4 "Joe" has become qulte populal among us due to hxs Wlt and good natule He has made ,qood as an athlete and manv track vlctolles have been ,framed bv his polnt scollng He xs settlng the pace as an economlst X Page fzjfy 1 Y - - w vf9v - ,H If! "w!,f"-:S-J If N .1 --:'g1f,?-I3 wV,3,p" ':Q .Q x2-xy ,Lf , 6 'lixgf Qt., "Af 'f' ' 55531. ff -4 x 4' --- , I K , ' ' ' ' I 1 ks lg .Nl I f' -all , ' , 1- I ,-1 1 XX , La tl' , X-cg N-1, New .uf 4' l.."u 1 0 ft N' 1 1 - 1- 'f ,mga . 141 T MN I -I xx 's 'f' 'tl I I I MJ x I X v- , . 4 lj X X fmt ,' . 1,1 '4 es: Qu, ,111 .X t: ,K Q Sig' L X. gi- l ,J ws. ' ' 153, . .,, Ta- Q -E 5,1 G 15? " fd 'C " Hb, w '51 'GZ . .r ,,,, , 1 1 'J few., ,. ,-A ,f,f.ggs1 1 --fpzyy - . C D , .. ,- , . I U . . 1' 0 . 1 H7 S Y ! ! 7 Y 9 1 ! 1 3 - Q , , , 1 -, - : , - ' ,: 9 - , 3 . , , . IK YY , ' , ' 7 . ' ' ' U. ' 'JI , . ' - . C . .. . E21 .:: :: 1 1 1 1 u ,vs 1 . 1 -, - in J C . . . ' .' 1 . 11 F ' - . 7 ! U L , 7 1 1 9 1 l ' - " -. " ."' I ,S :M " nai - ' - .L 1 A- is -A , A A 1 7' 4 - A it lf! ' , :, .A J : 1 ' : ' 1, 5 ' ' . - . ' KK Y! ' n . . 'I .An " 44 - u - , - - 1 ' H U ' Lk f Q THE Xl ll i' X XXX NNN I 1,40 1932 fgxx L V, x ' 275 ,ffl 17 I AUL CONA'lY ROCHF Roche! Classical Course Class Football 5 4 Class Hockey 3 Vaisitv Hockey 4 Sophomoie Plays Rochey with his good humoi has helped us pass auav many houis He has a wav of getting his woik done ahead of time which seems impossible to the iest of us VVe hope he xxlll continue as a success foi many Veais to come FSMONDI ROSE Emmy Commercial Lourse Bookkeeping Prize 3 Whalei Staff 4 Fmmy makes himself as unnoticeable as posslble by his silence But those who come into close cont ict xx th him know that his qu1et natuie shields a veiv likeable and agieeable fellow student NEIL F SXARI Nei Classical Course nd 1 Z 3 4 Serenad rs 'S 4 Tvpew ting Awaids 1 Giegg 2 Royal 2 Undeiwood Nell has won the iespect of the school duimgz his stay at Bulkeley. He is a fellow of few words but he does a great deal. Neil is an excellent student. He also aids the band a great deal with his saxophone. JOHN JOSEPH SEPOWITZ "Johnny" Commercial Course Track 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball 2, 4: Class Baseball 25 Class Football 4, Glee Club 43 Varsity Club 3, 4. "Johnny" does not have much to say but can always be relied -upon to do the right thing. Through our asso- ciation with him we find he has many fine qualities for which we admire him. q Q- -v -vwlvfoycwvu' 1-vw' '7 v Page fifty-mal -U 7: 'FT'-. K I if-1 'e' FCVWET X5 .ff7"" "fs ff' ,, g Fifi: 'f Nfl. " 1 i if l - sw 4 i ,Ai K 1- sy: X tl-fl l ! ' ,I XX f7i-9 All - W N ' ls Tw ' Q", -M .,"u , .i an 1 I ' tx ' Nl? I 77" ag it .. WHALER . M . wi" 1 ' A " Sgr , it X -'I iflf xi, ,ff V N i Mya V71 P- fax ' , ul' X .2 I, , -X-.L 1 ' ff fa' . :lNl,,?1!' " fl ' I-E-is-,.- f,, , ,Zigi I ' -3.4251 -51 'Z x , 1 66 V79 4. 4 " 'ln C Ba , ', C, 3 e . 2, ., 3 , vri' C IK jf STH . 1 i"K,cSvg.J 9 S XM E W1 1 xuxsrgt, "Mix s' K WHALER Q ki l V jg ' WRX 9 A Aga l932 flgfx 11' pl ffl Q 1, K 1 J 7 xg! IHI ODORF I SHAR KI' e Classical Course Typrng Awards Whaler Staff Assrstant 3 Assrstant Edltor 4 Track Manager 4 Class Baseball 1 2 Cl-is Football 2 Band 2 3 4 Orchestra Z .3 4 Quenaders '3 4 Glee Club 4 Xarsltv Club 4 Teddv takes part n manv actrvltres but strll frnds trme to make hrmself a ,frood student He loves to argue and rf the dlscussron rs prolonged he soon forgets what srde of the argument he w rs takrng, Teddv sure can wrestle that brg tuba FREDERICK F SHURFS Fred Classrcal Course Vrce Presrdent 2 Secretarv 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Joke Edrtor Whaler Staff Baseball 1 2 3 4 Class Basket ball 1 3 Class Trackl 2 Class Football 1 2 Potpourrr Vrnlgors Vaudevrlle Agencv B nd 1 2 3 4 Junlor Prom Commrttee Varsrty Club 3 4 Student Councrl Fred 15 a firm bellev r that humor IS the spree of lrie He has taken part n manv actrxrtles at school and rs a fine baseball player He has establrshed hrmself as a most desrrable classmate Ot late however we have notrced that Freds hrgh sprrrts are slrghtlv lower but he firmly declares that lts not she We are watchrng Vou Freddy HENRY HOI ll SlVllI'H JR qmlttv Classlcal Course Football 1 2 3 4 Trank 2 3 4 Sophomore Plavs Class Hockev 3 Varsrtv Hockev 4 Varsrtv Club 3 4 Smrttys abrlrtles are not llmrted Hrs football play mg his runnrng and hrs fast hoclxev plavrng are the envv of many Incrdentallv he was hrgh pornt scorer rn class hockey IAWRI NICE PAI MER SMITH Smrtty Classrcal Course Class Ba eball 1 2 Clrss Hockev 3 4 'sophomore Plavs "Smrttv" embodles two envrable qualrtres, helpfulness and good fellowshm Manv of us wrll retarn memorres of our assocratron wrth hlm "Srn1ttv" has the drstrnc tron of belng one of the smallest rn the class Page' flfflj two 1 ' I 'W,,f?":-1 W i t ,X 1"j'g-fzi' gxjx f' fag?" lv 'Q Zi, ' L ,741 L YKKQXL , f X X, 7,517 Y ,5 4 I, , A .xx M Qty,-, i,4?y I X 1 f W 'IN .. fx 1 , 'X " r ,- ' Ls-,4, , . A Q NN , 119 l,' 1 L K XX .14 -, - .1 ' nf af -"U - nl.. 217 ll , 1 A. ll Nr- ' Fr f- u If 1,1 K ,I X - . ,fy X -rr , V 1. as x of X, fn iff , 4 - xx X '. f , !f7,7,-x ' Yi' X. H qx- if , Z f X. 5 U 1 5' 'fi 1 '-' V . ' 5 ,V , bulb . ' '11-J 'C-. 1 fi- .f,j . .a' 5, ,fl 1' ' 'J -23:-2-,,,, ,U ,! ng.-,1 x '-Y-Qv, 14 '. , j V H C 1 . . : l "T d" ' ,1 . -4. ' ' ' X . . , . . , . r ' ' 3 ' . ' - g : : , 3 ,ss . 4 , . . , , ,4 7 l ,Y 7. 7 7 1 Y L x ' ' y Q 5 . - V fl YY I f I I ' ' ' ' ' , , . A . . . , 1 ' ' . ' 'K . ,Q K . . W r' z . ' f. H , " . ' :IQ If 'Ii f .. 1 H . . , 9 , 2 g .i D K. 5 Y ' 1 5 K v ' 1 1 1 1 a v v v - - - .' . . 'f . . . . - K . Y Y X I Y 9 " 9 Y Q '- 0 j' . 2 a , , , : D ' : ' J ', 3 - - " " '. ' e' ' '. . ' " . . ' i ' 'L ' . ' v u K l I v uv ' an . 7 yr ' ,, , ' ,' , ' , " . , . . 5 ' 1 L ' ' . . Y 611 C ,YI L K l V f rr - .- 1 . , . 1 , , , , sh ' ' . , 1 I - . . : r r I Q ' . I ' I Q ' D , . H . , ,, . . . ' . . . '- n v o . ' - C I Y . . l wr .. in 1 Cr 1 1 4 ' " ' " . . , ,, , ss , , 3 2. , . , 3 . '1 eaoi Q if sf ya "ts-is-4 ff ' N K 74 lf NNN 1 1 lfff il X rj bl f 2141 3955" fi f .1 0 JOSEPH J XMES SOUSA Classical Course 08 Class Football 2 Joe takes the business of school in a seiious wa and does his woik veiv well He possesses a verv pleas ing personality and is always willing to be helpful to his less ambltious classmates We feel sure that Joe will never have difficulties in the scholastic field W think a lot of him as a hunter and fisher JOHN LIRIK 0 SPEIRS Iohn I Classical Course John IS a cheeiful fellow and IS always seen weaning that familiar smile of his Its hard to recollect one s ngle instance in Johns stay at Bulkelev where he has shown any disagreeableness John ls a sinceie student and a hald wolker and is well appreciated by the facultv and by the fellows at school I EORCE PAUL Sl INNER Spinner Classical Course Football 2 3 4 Tlack 1 2 3 4 Class Football 1 Class Track 1 2 3 4 Class Baseball 1 2 3 Class Hock ey 3 Blology Club 2 Varsity Club 4 George is another one of those quiet students. has had to work for all he has received and we know he deserves credit. Georges traits should serve him well in the future. GEORGE OWEN STEAD "Oscar" Classical Course Baseball 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 4, Cross Country 23 Class Baseball 13 Class Football 1, 25 Potpourri 1, 2, 3, 43 Declamation Finals 3: Varsity Club 3, 4. Here is one of the noisy set. "Oscar" can be heard most any time in, a heated argument over some thing or another. He has proved a good comrade, nevertheless, and we all admire him. A ' 'C' . Y v I v Y . e , Page fifty-thi cr l n .7 'iv --:A-.I N211 if rsH,'f::z- Xxsx 'j7'1"g :il , 1, 1 'L .x . 1 N, . 1.7 ,X '1 ff, ' lr H V PI K il Cf- --451 --. " .1 , 1 g +4 1 1 xv 1 , . X .- .oi -. - i 1 yi.-. f W . Nl- .L -4 -, tsl 'Q . - ' . . A ll- ,cf V H.'f ' Pm' ' ', Il' 1.4 - 'f' i .,i , 1 , V. 654, , il, will-If . N I " ir ffdsisgp. ,, , l. ,A,fQl4.l7.l xl1Xm 'z:. 44 I q A KSJ f, u rs . ' , ' .' L y al 1 . A o L 1 . . L D 'sk - qu I K e K A . K . . 2 ' ' , , 1 , : 2 , , , 3 , K , 3 ' . - C ' He f M 9' sf 1 dawg JZQqm gy?f 1 swim, 'V X 3' 1 WHALER 1 1 N fi 4 XJLK 1932 fi CSR XMMXW' flk fl J Nxt, ,y45 27 I IAMES JOSEPH ST CERMAIN Salnt Classlcal Course otball1 2 3 4 Class Baseball 1 2 3 4 C Hockev 3 Athletlc Ed1tOl Whaler Staff 4 Va1S1tV Club Z 3 4 Varsltv Hockey 4 Tlack 4 Dont let the mckname tool vou Samt IS fa1 f1om what the name 1mpl1es He 15 a WO1lx91 and a pluggqez however and alwavs w1ll1ng to lend a helplng hand l-lls wo1k on the Bulkelev llne was lndlspensable NLFRED WII I I XM SUI I IVAN Classlcal Course Class Baseball 1 Z 3 Al lS one of those of our gloup of 1lent men H IS thought ve1v well of by both tudents and fatultv He 1s a ha1d YVOI'k61 and gets what he goes aftel EDC AR FIFF1 IHUMAS JR Bus Feneral Course Baseball 3 4 Football 3 4 Sw mrnlng 3 D1amat1c Club 3 4 Xarsxtv Club 3 4 After 1ump1ng about from school to school Bus finallv declded to stav Wlth us fox a wh1le We are ghd that he dld as he has proved a good f11end and athlete H13 wolk IU the dramatlc club deselves P13159 PAUL BURTON TUBBS 'sTl.ll'JbSl9u Classlcal Course Lltelarv Ed1t01 Whale1 Staff, T1aek 1, 2, 3, 4, Closs Country 2, 3, 4, fCapta1n 45, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Declamatmn Contest 3, Varsltv Club 2, 3, 4 HTl1bbS18,, IS a sobe1 llttle 1nd1v1dual He takes h1s studles as well as anvthlng else wh1ch he undertakes ve1V serlously "Tubbs1e" has made qu1te a t'1e1'1" fox hlmself as a tlatk man q Q' l""l"l'f9Yc1'I'vvv' 7 v 1711111 jzjty jour ,U I N ,L "'s:A-Q' Q f illqi i 5 in ,221-mx - If 15,72-' -'34 zi' x ,Y 'P-wg, ff ' " , ,,1z.v' A 'Q ,mf X " .A XX If ' '," -' ff! , ' 1 1 . .,, - x kgfld V' I Au! J xx fiat? 1 K X xx U-1 1' . :ll 1 I E" 1' ' .tm - ' 'Nx "Vx ',,' 'WX K sa' x - mf ffffxlf x. X' 4 'Q 53 f. X .. jlyl' X. 'mg Q 1 'ffflfxxrw IU, "-.- ' -E F X ,f Q xf , G ,V ' ,,' A , f 1 ll 3 Q. A f , .fqx . -,.1- , 1 'J 5-5 ,., . .A , 1 ' -'-,Qf,4!,. J f K j . . Q 4 u ' vs F0 . , g, : A . , , , 4: lass 1 1 3 . ' . I ' ' - 1 ' - 11 ' rv - , , A 7 . " I . l ' 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 1 "Al" -. A - v K v ' In nA vs -L L, . . . 9 '::, ZZ EJ Q V ,, H ,. ., 4,, . , . . Y I 1 - , : , : i ' : ' ' I 1 7 ' Y 1 . 9 ' ' ' CA' 93 . .'. A l . ' l . ' c MGH-' 'W 'T ssh Sq' 'lffff'ml-'xa fy s lf NJA 'ZNERQX if ff x- X L mo U ' , 1 Y 7 WHALER N 'Q X X fs I I 1932 fi ,Aff Els f!nf ' ,QJMQXJ JOSEPH NFLSON WEYMOUTH oe Classical Course Rifle Club 4 Joe is .1U0tl1Ql one ot those Wizaids of the classioom HL has made a fine impiesslon with thc faculty and stu dent bodv of the school Keep up the good woik Joe and you ie SUIQ to come out on top ZFBULON VN ATI' RS WHITE Bud Classical Course Manager Cioss Country 4 Class Basketball 3 4 Pot pouni 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Nalsitv Club 4 Manacei Hockey Team 4 Bud IS that tall iangv individual who is seen lopme. 'uound school Buddies one of oui bright students and a haid wolker He IS a big help to the band W all like Bud XBRAH XM W ILENSKY Xbie Classical Course English Composition Prive 3 Class Baseball I Dia matic Clubl 2 3 4 Potpou1r12 3 4 Declamatlon Con t s Z 3 4. Abie has made a fine reputation as an actor during: his stay at Bulkeley. He has lots of ability in that field and could probably succeed in it. Abie also pos- sesses a most pleasing personality and is popular with his classmates. Ti E5 SIDNEY WINAKOR "Sid" Commercial Course Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Glee Club 4. "Sid" is a great lover of pranks. He forms his nets so quietly that no.on.e becomes Weary and is eventually his victim. "Sid" is indeed prominent in the band witi his oboe. 7T""""l'fDYQY'I'I?I"7' v Page f1'f1'y 111 -Q!! If 'v,ff2i":-,L SQ 5,4 -Q ":cf..q2t ljx I .,1'f:w" ',,,x Q, 'T' maxi.: AT. 4 417' ' ' .lx . g I' 'v f-flf 4 FM ll? THE : ,Xu skill SXXJ 9 , will 4- -' ll H M' l' Nl- ' , HX if " 49' fi' J s U' ' if Nc ts ff: this ., fr. X v 5 ,la D 21 KX L 'X 4 I In' ' ig- I fl . .LPN fy' 'r 'ji ,,, fl, V , D, 4-27: in ' --,411 J, 1, X-pl J MJ 71 xl 9: ': 1 , ' L ' . S , . B 3 . I ll Ll x i I :S J li , , ac A mu- , . . , . 7, , I Ba' me un' ill V I hh 9, 1 ' - . 5 -- - ' 1 3 ' ..' ' . . Y . ' . ,V - ' Y U 7 1 Y Y . V 1 , A l xl l - 7 'yy , ,' 5 p, L, ' - . 1 ' . e ' . H YY. l 'zi i::' W X X ,r A ' ni - vs . ' l 1- ' , ' ' '. ' 9 .. : g - - O 1 l , Q ' l 4 v i I f ' l 9 t H . ll Y, K6 YY R459 'lm vf sf lfrlffffwofs 9 Q lf THE NJW! lt U Nbxsh 1 ul l X N ' vw! EW lilo W':1::5" Zi ,Am Bit sa f CNRI C EORGE WOODWORTH Woodv Classlcal Course Blographlcal Ldltor Whaler Staff 4 Baseball 1 Z 2 4 otball2 3 4 Tackl 2 3 4 Hockev3 4 C Basketball 3 Potp0u1rl2 4 Valsltv Club 3 4 Tleasul El V3lQltV Club 4 Sec Student Countll Hes dalned ffoodlooklngr lsnt he" Many a young., nlaldens heart fllp flops when Call goes dashlng onto the field Woody ls one of our most V619dt1l6 athletes and ls ood IH evuv one of the spolts ln YVl'll h he D31 tlclpates RICHARD N WOODWORTH JR 'oodle Classltll Course Whalel Staff Clrculatlon Mm 4 Baseball Asst Mgl 2 3 Mgl 4 Class Basketball 2 Band 1 Z 3 4 Orches tra 1 2 3 4 belenaders 4 W00d1E IS another one of our qulet vvorkels who says llttle but does a great deal When he stlcks the mouth plece of that blg sax ln hls mouth WCJOdl6 makes up f01 hls lack of conversatlon JOSILIH MARIIN WOOL oe f lasslml Course German P117L 2 3 Latln Pllze Z Engllsh Composltlon P1179 3 P1176 for H1g.,hest AVQIHLQ of Junlor year 3 Ed1tOI'lYl Chlef Whaler Staff Class Baseball 1 2 3 4 Class Football 1 2 3 4 Class Hockey 3 Bowllng 4 Declamatlon Contest 1 2 3 4 Flnals 2 Whaler Staff ASSlSt3Ut -3 Class Basketball 3 'Joe ls the FLllt01' ln Chlef of thls book Wlth hls ambltlon and buslness aollltv he has been one ol the maln Iactols Ill the cornplllng., of thls book Joe ha a fme lecold as a student J0bEI'H 714 MI I Joe Lommerual Course Hele we come to our master of arts M1 Joseph Zemel Joe has spent four cheerful and studlous veals here at Bulkeley School Not onlv has he made l'llI'l1S6lf well Ilked by those whom he has chosen as hls fl lends, but by the entlle senlol class as well QQ- i'y"' 1 ITV 7 ,Z I Page flfty sm .Q!J,,v,,f2"':f..v Qxf We --'inf-.12 Xxx T' I flfrf 1 i x 2-, N' f f , C- sf f xi- vw " - ' 'Q 1- X, . . , Ng,-,- 7.17 ' X ' , Q ' . xi , , N X - , ' 'L 1 N s - J' XXX, - , LL! 4 ,yu ,Qu 1 u N lx, - 4 ' ,I . ' 'fs 1 . I -- 4 4 1 -ll, -4 xl ,, -7? " at U lvlqitr NX 5 . by 1 ' fi K X ,'-X ' ,y'Il 'Q -?i 's ,IW l , fl A v , I ,f I .q. , , ' 7 Ck 1 Ss' , AW .I X211 -my X-xi r W62' .r f.,, '-.-' 'Q 1 X , I :4. ,X , L lf, I X f l Q gn A 1 I , , 7 CJ . ,LV ,, , " - 'J E-Q ,... -,-,f,:'-1 1 '-142, J. . tj ri J 2 u A sv ' I I l l 1 l A v 5 1 ' r 3 F0 , -. 9 1' A , , , U: . ' , : lass I 3 ' ' 1 Q '- . fl . 1 ' '- Y l ry ' . q . Y - . Y , , . , Y . U U ' . . 1 'C 1 . ' , . "W ' " Y .. ' 'z . ' , ' ' ': Q , . l '. , 1 , '- 2 N Z , 4 l y Z ' y l y 3 ' - - as ' u ' , ' , x, , ' . ' . ' : H K A 'l W . V - I .. .. .. w , r 1 Av ALJ vs I .' '. : - A ' 5 . A . ,v L. . ,. . I g ' ' v ' l K 1 D! 5 1 S A , Z , 5 s U . : 3 - , , , . - I l g .. . . , ,, . . . . . . . . . t 'S . ' " . . 'r . ,. an u , S '1 J I 1: J SL YY L L Y 1, 'Q S l . cl yy ,, ' , N N 1 xukf 1 xubz V -V xuup f' -T xbox V 5 xuvz ,- , 2 gpm' N.. 5 9' -4 1' 'T' 5 1 ff :J L E 3 L? if R. E Q MEN SH FRE WE WERE HEN W NR N l ,,-I 411- f fm N J J if X Wy, if T35 .X V7 X17 TX!! xxzf -,Qf xxfx Prlqf' fzffzf 801011 kSs:'P?' QQQ T W' , , 5 . J L giffiyy-Q51 f1Lif,Q J fix :M E W E wx X 1 ,V , , if ' as 1 'cu six., BE ' Z 4.1 Q, f ' w' X, W If v N X' S' , . 3. f sw - Xa . 1. , A ,P ' iff ' 53 -f K y x 4 W W 'W 7 R mi 4? 53 1224 59 Rf g v SN E f A45 E " Y ' px WSE E WUW "Qu " Q' w , , xr A ' 1" if W W Wu ci' J LQ y. ,N f' Y, 17 1 1 19 'E . , .X ,V fry W fit H M if 'if WJI1 fa ij QNX ,Ay xx if W U1 L, , A kj Lg 2 - N' , TN EE, 14? nj Ku .L QR ' . JI 54 W. A wi fif? . 9 l .E fy!" S ' " I 71 , ' .x 4' .. ,. ' ' i- 1' 7, ,f gf ' , f,,' V , " ' rx, ,qt -- ' - xx H ' xr.. mr 7 ' if .,,4 t X 1 . Q .. ,,,q fr-X 4, f--14. ,AIIVAQA .. A K f- ,My 715191 'K yfi' ie jQZf'iQQ-11g fff az S If We f X NX j 'fe .vi W.I:fER W Q sl 51 Nsko l, Aka 1932 e1-QSXXN PSX My! N W fffxgyf KES! fm alt fd -' me, ,y4ff JJ Bullceley Twenty fave Years Ago CLASS OB 1907 Twenty Hve years' Such a short tlme ago but such a long t1me ahead' And what changes tlme can hung' Th1s class that gladuated tlom Bulkeley School a quarter of a century ago has scattered tar and wlde Only tour of the twenty two members now reslde IH New London And two of those earnest forward lookmg, young men h xve passed thru the Valley of the Shadovs It IS a fact worthy of contemplat1on that fou1 flfths of a g19.dLldt1Hf., cllss educated IH New London should hnd the act1v1t1es of thelr maturer years tw ty fl om the place of thelr h1gh school days Thls cl xss hts 1ts d1st1ngu1sh1ng character1st1cs too One member ftgam and agam durlng h1s ca1eer at Bulkeley made a pelfect grade of ten fthe scale loelng fclo to tenb when four or five teachers wlthout col laboratlon lated h1m worthy 'titer graduatlon became the one polnts them out tod my he chap they call h1my here a of that d1st1nct1on Another some year loque champlon of the Unlted States If w1ll find here a successful doctor C a fine w17ard wlth f1gu1cs and statlstxcs here a pedagogue beloved by h1s puplls here a buslness man Wlth wlde mterests and extensne comme1c1 tl connectlons here a man experlenced 1n c1ty governmental attalrs here an eng1neer of w1de successful experlence And so on thru the l1st All wolthv ot the school and of themselves' One fact both parentlcetlcal and explanatory that may easxly be overlooked IH COHS1d6l1Hg th1S class of mneteen hundred and seven that lt graduated at the completlon ot three years of work Bulkeley d1d not become a fOLl1 year school unt1l hte 01 s1x yeals latel The ldeals of these school boys at the end ot thexr h1gh school course were not much d1ffe1 ent from those oi boys of today Note these excerpts irom the graduatlon olatlons 1emembc11ng these sentlment were ex Iressed twenty five years affo F1ee hom 1gI1011I'1L9 1nd1fte1ence and cowardlce tree men must show themselves worthy ot pI1V1l9g'6S whlch they emov Where most men fa1l IS ln thexr' 1nab1l1ty to exerclse foreslght But unle s men have the facult1es and the talent fo1 frlend shlp they have a hopeless task "Amb1t1on IS the golden road to success Amb1t1on has made and alwavs w1ll make successful men To str1ve for somethlng bet ter wlth your utmost stlength IS ambltlon None of us may be a Washlngton, a Llncoln, an Edlson, or a Roosevelt, but each one of us can be an honest and uprlghtman, wlth a deflnlte purpose IH l1f8n Page fzjfzf czyhf , - , ..:, H k , KN :gan TZ... 1 1 , ' ,,Q',"' :s 1 1' ' kllf Of, -.M if f WT" 'qu - A ' f HY' 'Q L' X ,. ffl s-N N , d, X X. ,f A 1! v K1 we 2, ,f 1' 1 I ..- X-1':'-m ' Q5 - 1 ' I ' 1 , N g 'I .1 sq 1 I r. J' X tx X t . .L - l 1 . . 1.5 X, ,Q l l . 5 X f -2 XTC-Q K g . ' cy-3 -. 1,5 .-x . ' ,lu N 41 X . NM 1 , 'I ..- " . 1 x , - I' , , L, -F' N 'i' 4' 'c t 1. , ' - ' ff 7 Q 3, f .f , "1 I . ' ' X N R lr 1 1 1 .- at X at .f. ,sc sea- .. 1k X. xx r . '16, N-,Q 1.,, ,-,- xx 1 L ff g ,l ' ef x 3, , ff X' , 'f 1 'Q-. 1 1' I' .fqx . .lx ...yf 1" 2 ' -E1-5 ,., . ,A . -,f.14J-1 I ' --.425 -f , X ' Y T By l"1'1-flm'ivk NY. l'l4lL!m-1'tu11, l.!lm1':l1'i:m, N.-xx' lannnlml. 1'mx11. - AY p A K f . y- ' 1 1' ' 1 . 11 - -1 l u 1 4 1 C 1 In 1 . . . . I ' - 1s .ll ' . 7 . l' , - 7' 2 ff 1 K r 7 ' 1 - 1 ' ', . K A K fl I l 1' 2 L1!1 ' Y ., j 4 1 ' ' ' K ' 1 14 Z 2 1 1 ' ' L -f 1 . . ' Y a I Y Y I Y l W ' v l l Y l D H l c c . . 1 . . . l . K , . 1 1 f ' . I yr ' , ' - ' 11 1 C , r v 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' - A 1 K x ' , " ll . , . S . I . H x 4 . . 1 . . , 4 it 1 1 . 1 1 . . . c L l 7' . ' ' v' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 , , ., . . K, 1' Q , . L 1 1 1 2 . A1, g 1 L1, . Q 1 v I 1 1 ' . . . . . ' 6 . .' ' ' . . , f , IS . , . . . . . 1 1 . I ' I Y 1 1 , - v N 1' 1 Q1 4 . . . . . I 1 N 1 I . I l 1 U . . . . ' I . l i V ' '1 I' 1 . . . ' f ' 1. ' 1 1 1 1' 1 ' K , A K, K ' , 1 . . . ' n D . H 1 ' 1 ' -I . ' ' ' 1 . ' ' C 1 v I ' v V . 4. . . . ,, Ai 7 A A n ' I . :5: :g :gs U i I . . . . . . . . V . ,, - . . . . 3: as :gc K4 Sk I V . A1 f u l - l I Y I Y 1 Y ,, . A l . :gc :5: " ' " " ' ' .X-, L57 1-39: t' . N U','7'Z" 9.134 ""il1.,,-rj if-11 ,1 of m"1 ' Tv!-:TQ-1.53-wzi-A . 1 'Hvfw x - 1 - . 1.11 V - 4- '. f 1 ' 1 1 M c .JAM c ., ,. , ...,. 41411. 1 ,A ,nn , . .1 . . 1111.1 .,.,,. - wx ...Lck X , ,1 5- 1gL,3.3...4, ,- -.N -, XXX i I 1. , 1- 1.4, L1 x may ., , .-c 4,51 Huw, he Lf lull: ??llTf'f?' ff, t- 'ff-We .. . , f N ' 'fit-'Q 1 ' 'N Nkfeuifyg-5'f:C',xX , ,- 1 ,, clxiv, ,-ii ',,V,!ff , M 'izagv 1 .fQifL-ff H3 lxf-.Q'?2Q31, ' , c , ff, 'ff ww,-'S' ' ' ' ' ' Q 1.1.1 jj NF ffkqgllf K 1 V "lx ll 'wa -V 2 N 'MW' 1 4 5'1" l'I'Q 'X Civ 1 . . , . , 1 lv f'l..,f'1'g'4ffW1' LQ' Pillllll'-5 ' ll l "ll A 3 5 'V ' 55 f ll 1 H I 1,19 L1 .k.z I ev - 1 ,,,-,- . pf-,Af ' e -1 'fy' 7-4 1' ,xl 1-1' ' '-.1 ' If ESG,-is ,Qj111,H all , 'Ee .1 .YV :L 11 4 4, YQ? E1 I Jig- I nth' f' ' "" --if ef' 11.-vu Q.. 1-3 wi- -1, ff yglf ull- 'V '- 'X g -' V 1 pw 1 1 'Q ,'1m',' aj ,. X . .. , f.. .-X. 4 1, 1 VAL ', 1 . 'NNN 0- 'X ,,', ff' li 'X 1' ' L5 1 lc! Fla .ffll-7351? .ff lQ35f?'flh43'X FFT?-c C 1: ' ff' :"G'f75f L Wiisii-1 fl l5fC:f1,iih74if Q, I ' 'k ff' 51'-1 4,-f"11Il'c1, '-.QgiXEXgQ:,,5'f 1.1-,-1-l.L'-,-j4,23,gizyfg4-QJZ5. 15: 'g'F:'j.5j'KLL3 g7ZfJZP'y:,'f!4 1 fQ"2i'1'-fflf--1. A, NL 'jrqi 4f1z.1gQef'L1i,rSjf Ulfzfcf wigs" E"q Lett to 11f.,ht F'11'Qt 1ow Isma1 Baluch Hancv In Bxngham Jamcs I Woods P9lNb0l K bccl1w1th M1chaclMclNe1l Qnmuclf Sl3VlU Second 1oW Eduaul Plcntls S1 R0bLlt R Mcllonalcl Move Beuatf, George B Wall D Dow Bentley H3VW2lll W Gusmnzn Thud row James H Muuay, John C blxnn Flcemun F B1ovn Henlv 'NI Wll hame Wllllam H Hull Fou1th 10W R Scott Llnxlcx l"l310lflBOSVs0ltll Hc1be1t H B1aclfo1d I llllltlbfl Phllllpu John R DHVIS I' W FiljI,'Llt0Y'l l1nQt1uCto1J and W3ltL1 T Toxnnc fP11nc1 pall 1Toune McDonald and VN xll cle ca c U But we need not tlllllk that ur1wc1s.1l peace 18 hopelewi Th 1 18 the greatest hope, and the mospects ot lt ale b11ghte1 than ex 61 The perpetulty ot the Un1ted Stfztex 1e-ste upon the surx 1Xdl of the good and 1ts sup1emacx ox er the eV11 Although the c1w1l1Lat1on ot the twentleth century mav do mu h to abolleh War, we can nexel fa1l to leap the benefits of those who haxe fought f0l C od fO1 home, and f1the1l.1nd Lwavf X 4 i y iff Q, a,,1' Page jlfflf 111110 A . '. T I K 1 . N . . 1 . , , 1 ' . . . , . C 1 . 1 , D , , , . 1 , . T 1 . ' ' 1 1 Y ' . ' ' ' ' , 1 , 1 c l I. 1 . l 1 4 a - ' 1 ' - 1 n 1 1 - r ' v . ' ' . , L ., A . , 1 1 . . , . 1 v 5 . Q L4 L1 4 g . . . , 1 . ' , . 1 . . V . - . 1 . . . , . . , k 1 . 1 , . . v . 1 1 I 4 - 4 Q - 1 . - ' - . . . K . lf, 1 , ' . , 1 . . . . , , . . . , , . . . . V . . - 1 , . 1 , . . 1 . , ' . X . ' , , ' ' Yi 1 " Al . 45 v ' 4 l v 1 11 4 1 I v w 4 1 . T . . - . c . C C ' . . 1 1 , . - 1 . N ' ' 4 -' 4 v Q V 1 1 , 1 , , . J: :fa -Z' 4' ' ' ' ' N r - w A 1 w y' 1. . K 1 11 . 1 ' ' H . S . , , v ' 4' 21: 215 U i. Y . . r . . . I C 1 A v .1 . A, S '1 ' vv . . 1 1 1 - 1 I , 4 . 1.1,..,1.... ..- ..., .. , ,M ,,.. .. . .,.1,.,,,,.,'WW,,W-.,,,,,., H- ,VH-N I ,m,,,,.,,,.-T1-ef--M ,--1 fy ---Y-1. ,-,, 1 ,- .. 1. --., ..,.,...-..-.,, 1 . ...,,..........1..-. 1"-+1.53-gX7,,-an NPN. lgggg.-,diy EV.. .11 ' 4:51 . 145357 14-Li ,ffq:jj?T"3gI, 'ff 'F ' "'-':7'TjfE!"'5:.j2fg3I,L:.", Y 'Neff - L sa' ' A ' 1"",' 'jf' 'QV' '3 'Qf' N- A112-' . - g -"ff1'S,,'7fv! 4 ' llff' ii "' "fjQjL 1... Nui? '- gk . x 3 f Xb V, 5 I ,, x i x, A ,ii ..,, vig is kv! , :VII . N 1 K. 1 ,hmm liffkxvf yp .-M: K-f '- - 1, ,QL .,w,: Jr -A Lilly CV Q jf 'nu Sq' tyyzlfwf-swgsggx-4 Wfli lf all ASW 'taxa K K WHALER 5 l ,f or j,Ax,1 1932 fgsbx fy! kg, Er My fmt? ,MZ xx MK l JAN R? fm Class Superlcxhves Moet Moet Most Moet Most Beet Beit Beet Best Best Best Best B1 st Best But Most Moet Moet Most Most G A1thu1 Johnsen Jack Baylls, Kenneth AI'lCl16XX'w D3HlCl Ba1ke1 lVl1lton Golrlon Pat Haleftuas Alf1ed Gxgnon Theodou Qhamt Pat Hlleftuae Joeenh Bemetun Emeet BIOOI Q F1ed Shunte John Bovlston Danlel FGIFIQI Alhed Cagrnon 'vllehael MCGHIIV I Smlth JI Joeeph Wool Ioeeph Murphv Allen 'VI31QCl21lQ Mllton G01don Popula1 Claes Sllllll, Fne1g,et1n Modest T3ldX All Around Man Oplnlon of ll mself Bluffu Damn Looklng Personahtv xl3,tUl8Cl MLISILIHH Smlle DILQSLI Cheel ful I 1 ll Womanly I'1geu1e Llbelal Fleel les Qolemn rewteqt Talke1 ClQ21.t6St NUI? mu NLIVILSL Lutlneqt W1ttlQQt Sho1test 'lallest Wont Gund Funmeet Allbl Al D1a5. 1n Senlon H1St01 Do You Indulge ln Neel lngo Do Xou Chlsle Do You D11nl Did Most 101 SZ Dld Most lOl Bull elrv Bulkelev Q Cuatut Nerd Neede It Moet Love Llpe Nllgfht Hawke and Camhleu W Sm Moet Intellettual Blggest Fdllllel Lazlcst Human Moet Coneelted Beet Dleesed Quletest Most Athlctlc Beet Dlllfltl Moet Handeomf. Moet TVp1e1l Antl P1Ol"11l7ltl0ll CO0fl6ql Moet Baehiul Ist Belnst Theodo1e 'iha1 af lules Raclne George Stead Paul Roche Rox Ba1ke1 Flneit BlO0lxQ John Splers Mllton Conlon loule P11olo un Woodworth 'J No 81 X es Bach Hage No Sr Y LS Haleftu as Nc ll X LQ Athletes Fl S Chonce Althul Johnsen WIUIIIS Levlloff -X New f'Vm Mlchael Vim ld Jllll 'it Gum 11n Football Team loigph DVe1 Loum P11010 Woodv Alfred Cagnon Ed,Qa1 Thomas Nmman Blennan Reed lI1ll Paul Roche Bad1 Hage Abr lham VV1lensln I'111V D'1v1s Theodole qhaldf Joe Reldv Q- Ivy". FV! P' Page s'Lxf11 . '--4 f Q?-., ,1-. . ,,",f : V ' ' If 19' f "-.L B, 14 f 1f'f--- 'J I Vflff exif N F ,ff A ' ' RQ: b, T2 LZ, V! - 'Xxx VI, V 5 , - , XTX V - 1 V- .xxx ,V ', I 1 UL , XX f A2 lo' 1' 5 '11 'WSU ' -V., -.Ju 4 V X HMV V " "F A L' A Q' all I1 ,lx I J fp f xy X f-ty ,,' 1,4 I 65-.1 X 'u,,fV7ff 'X rs .fl 1. ' S5 1 .X ' 'N ' l ff? J ,"l f If E 1 . '. o ff. -V ,V 1 fr.. - g 1 . .-P , , 1 J -4? ,U f- V -g. gf'-f I --.Qff - . 1 L 1 ---,-VVYYv'-VVAVAYVY --v--'---,YY YYYQQIA V V v u 1 3 4 . J I ,I --U-AVAYVYYVY,-I-A VYVYV -I L ' . 1 .. ., ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, w..-.,, ,YY,.,,A-A,Y---, - f f 1 11 1 .rl A I , , ,, , VVYVV V,VV VVVV V V V VVAVVV-,,YYAYYY---'v 1 'i VV' . I Y,,,, . ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,YYY,,,,YV...AA A,VVVVV ,,,-V A V V VV ' ' 1 - ' r ' , . --'----'-,,,-,,,-,-,,-----.,f,f,f......,.V,V, v.....,,,,,, V ....,,,,...,..., 1 K ' ---,, VV v.... V ,,....Y...,, ,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 1 ' ' ,' - A 1' YY,,. .,.,,,,,,,,l,,1,,,,,, , , ,,,V ,Y,,v.,..AVVVVVV ' 1 r X' X' - -A - --Y-V-'--Y .AV.VVVVV V..,,,,,,, ,,,,,. , ,,,,,l,, , , , '1 L 'L J - VJ ' Y-Y-Y V-.---.VV.VVw..V VVYY,,. 1....,,,.,.......,,,1,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 3 ' ' , - Y - YerYYYYV-V-----..VVVVVYV... .,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, , ' , H' . ffffffff-----A-AAf,',ff -A-.A.,,,,,,...... ,..,,,,..,..,,,.,,,..,. ' , ' i. 1 ' V., .,...,.,,,,,,,,,, ,1,1,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,AA,Y,VV,, A,,,, V 7 7 ' , - , W " ,, , ,,,, , N , V V - V, ., V ,,,,. V. ,,,,,,,,,. , ,,1,,,,,,, ,,.,e ,,,, ,,v,, , , ,,,Y,, 1 , , S ' 11 ' , ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,1,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,,,,,,YY,,,v,,,,,,VYV, 1 ' 1 ' ,- . - V I " ' ,,,-wv,,,,.Y..,V... Y,Y,Y,,,..,..,,,,,,, ...,.,,, I l . I. , 1. 7 1 ' Y,,,. ,Y,Y,,,Y........, ,,,,,,,1,,,l,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,VYV,,,,,vV,,,V .AAVVY L V X ' 'Q V' V eeeeeeeeeeeee.ee .,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,.....,.,,,, ,,,,,,.,eeeee , . . , I S - V V. VVVVVVVVYVVVVYYV ,..... .... ,,,, ..... ,,,,,,,.Y,,.,,,,,..1. 1 1 ' , i n x I V , YYVV...,. .,...,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , Y,,.VY,VVYV ,--- I 1 ' 1 1 . n , 3 , 1 .Vi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,l,l,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,,,, , , M - K Least A'DPI'9ClZltCfl ..ee...e.eee.ee eeeee......,.,,,.,,,,...,,,,.,11..,leeeee .....r,,,, L 0 uis Priolo 1 ' ng ---,A,AA,, A ,,,-v-,,,-,,,----,,,,,,, '----AVVw-.YYYVVYY YYYYVYY--.YYYYYV Vrrrrkii ' , V . ' . -I Y vu 54A -IAY-YAWVYVAYYYY1YV-Y-------,bn--Y--Y'Jiri'----Y-,AY--A-ww--Y---------A-YY'N-U'--- I -Y . A V' ' "JV I. A-"- "-'-'-'Y'--'------'-'--'-A--'-'-'-'-'------ ----A------- Y----v-,--,Y--- - n l Q - -f-f--- --f- - f-fffffffAf-ff---fff-----fff--f-f-f--f ----,,,,,,, . V 1 1 ' V ""' """-'- "''------'---------------- ----f- -----------------VVVYYYVVYYYV.,.. J . 1 .A - ,- . V1 . , VV . VV, V' - , V V . ' V. V WV , , V V 1 X 1 YYVV VVVVVVVQV ivvv viivv V V V QV - . r V. 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1l,,,,,,,,,,, v ,,,,,,A,,, ,,,,, v . "Q Y lg, 1 '- 5 ' i fefeeeeee -,--- ---,,,,,A,- ,,,,,,,,.,,,. V V V ,,,,,,,,, 1 , 'FQ 'x, Q ' , - I va . I V 4 V l V' ' - Q :V V vvvv vviv V VV V V V V VV 11 - -'V. ' -A 'V I - ,. ,S 3 V V V VV A al I 91 V - V A V VV VV ,,,,,,,,,,, V ,,,,,, V . ,,,,,,, V "' 1 .se ., .,,..,,,,,,,,,, , ,, ,. 1- 3 1 1 ,,,,...,,...., ,.,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, - ' 1 . n 1 I - ----- -- -- ---- -.V-- VVVVVY YVVV V.....,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, , , , , , I I l V ,... ...,.,,, . ,, .,..,, ,.., ,,,,,,, , , , ,, , ,, V V . 2 X' VV VVVV VVVV V VV .V V VVVV VVVV .V ,, ' ' 1 , , 1 , A,,AY,,,, ,YYVV , H ,VVVVV VYVV VVVVYV V-,V VVVYV V A V A VV ' 1' 1 ,V A V 2' V, VV A A ,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, ,, , ,, -3 ' 5 'V' A 1 ' -' VVVVV V V VVVV V VV VVVV .. . V VV . 1: C I , AVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVV.V.V ....V 1 . V VVV VVVV VVVV,.., , ,, '1 , " l - l !,4,1 4 , 4,4 ,, 4, A. -fu . f, .,f,,nA,f,f,,,vo,,f X ,, . . , ,, ' Q Q , 4,A,,A,,WW,,,ff,ayz7a e0:.e4:f1fzQzf4? ""'?ff"yf'Qy'1 We A 1. ' F ag-53,111:fgf.:f:f-.541-,zf"2s"f'1if:22:51A315244 Af ' 4 I 932 yd---L-ff',-5.111111zz-:::::11:L::::::,.,-.--........... f f . 0 , ,,..... ... gr .., , - , -A ,'-,ff-,ff -, , 4, , 22 gs:113311111111gpzzgpzzpazzpzzz,zpp:z:::::::::::::::.pz g , if 2 ff are 21.31 l 44 X. ik., , .,, -.., Q X-. 'WX-......,..-,ff . fx, fi THE CLASS OF 1932 EXTENDS ITS GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES TO THE rcaduofing Class of W. . . Mal 10119 Allen Helen Balber Glace Barclay Jlne Blrker Challotte Barlett Balbala Beclmlth IVIAIIOIIG Belchel Julla Belden Fannle Belnsteln Elele Bez IYISOII Ranlce BIFCD MTIW Booth Ieabelle CH1lSOH Ewa Charboneau Edyth Chllqtenaen Jeeale Clanc1 LLICIIIG Clalk Alma Cone Ruth Crandall Nancv Cl me Cathellne Cummlngs LOUISE Dasldson Dolothea DeBlaSl Helen H llwey LOIIQIHQ Heyman Mary H1g'g1HS MLIISS 1 Jenklnb Helen Jew ett NIul1el Johnson MdFlOH Kaplan Helen Klrl Md1S Keatlng C athcl lne Kelly FIGHIIOI Kennedy F1 ancea Kennedy Janet Kenyon Mllgalet Kenyon Helen IIQDUIQI EISIQ Leather Halllette Lee MHIIOIIG Lewls Elllclfl Llndbay Ruth Long Mary Ioobk Thelesa Loughman Ch 1llOtlL9 Lubow Chllatlne O Connol Dorothy PWIKQI' Rose Pennella Ruth Peskoff Ruth Phllllps Stella Plaaclk S 111 Popkln Ell7aheth Porlctla IVIQIIOIIQ Putman Maly QLIIHH DOIIS Rubln Dorothy Ryan Bernlce Ryer Josephlne S lmm lt 110 Vllglnla S UIDOIH Helmlone Smdalllln Flora Scllneldel MWTIOH Scott Edyth Shalaf Maly Shea H 11 rlet Slms Ruth Slms Ellzibeth Skallng 1f'a if '7 4 4 , h , . .W ,,....4 4. .,..x.,.,.,.f11q1, . ..-.- 111111.1111111111111,1111.1.1.. .1..1.1.-..- .11111111-.1111-'m1xntmmwnn11wnm1mv-1.1111.-1111.1-.11--.111.1.11.1-1.11111-11.11-111-.01 .- 11 11- 111 11 .1 1 1 11..- 1Q11'1'111--1' ' -'-1'W"'1 'X' ' Q ' '. ' . . . 1- . .. 1 . .. 1 . --., 1 .1-, 1- -.I .1- -1 . - . 11. -' - N-1 .- . ' - .- . . 1. .. 1 .- .. -., '11 ' -1 '.. - A' - .. 1' 1"'1 11 1' 11 """,.1i..i": ,L-i.::....' 1' '5-f "x'f5.5i:fe:. fl... . . 1:::L.., T:.f.',.i'. A. To . 1: .1'.1' " " 11 " 1' 11. ' X1-Q 4 ,,,:,,..:.,g.:::,-'--.1 ..".....-.-.:4..44..,JJ....g::-:..:.,,.:4.:4f...:1:g..g. ,..,,,...,....f-...2f, A :vw 1 , . . A Q . .- 1, ,-'Iv 1. .. A' "1i YI. .1 '11 1.1 .. .1 Q ' 3.1 . .1 .1 11 .141- V 1' 1' .1 '. .N-1 1 J 1 V P f , . 1- Z 1- ' 4 1 1. I lx . e. . ' ' - . .X 4 V 4 n n A4 4 , ,, fx , A a get 1 4. .11 .1- 1 , .' 4. 4 - 1 4 4. 1 .1 - . 4 1 - 1 . - . 1 - Q4 x r . . . X .1 A ' ' 4 A- a 4 4 1.11 - . -1 A, 1 H . 1 - - . : .. . Q 1' 11 -4 . 5 f X . ' 14 15 A U 4 X .-.. 4 Y . - QI .u -4 '44 , A k r1- ' v1- 1 1.1-: , K- N . 1- . , '. , .1 ., . , a S6113 ' . ' A 93 . ' a f ' , ' ' ' X X 1' - I3 I 1 XR!! - 1 ' W. ,... . . Q .1.1 H- . f 1. gy: P' . , 7 r . - 3. .4 4 , 5. 411 - . , - ' ' t Q Y 1' Q1 4 . .1 X 1-.1 1 -- 11-11 1 'll -. . ,. ,L Ma A +4 . 1 . .1 - Q I :Q . . . 4 gp - "' - , f1- . " . . 4 V 11 ' C+ . , . X. Xt: ' ' a . 4 1-Q a ' . . ' A 4 I ' a a . . a 1 ,. ,.. . . . . . , . - , , , . , , . 1 M. N -. , an . ,.. . A - , -1 V - V. ' -' ' 11- ' 'N' V ' ' . 11-rr . - ' 1 , 1. H- Q X-Q - 2 ' A- . - ' a .111' ., . N ti: ' ' CD ' ' "' "' 11.11 A 11- , . Q , ,.. . . 5 1: CD '. 4 f - ' . .. 1 '19 .: . . ' 'S . 4 , 14, 3441: . ' ' 15 In 1-4 . , 1 4 ' ' r 1 -1 f . .. .. , 3 -S: 1- - 1 X tif 1 t-xg!! ll ' 11 .. N. 1 ll 11 1 1' .1 1 3.1 1 1 1: . 1. 1411, A L4 W J ,. .441 L A O 4 N 11 1X -Q 'I , . , . f1- v1 ' , . ' 9 1 A1 I C' 4 3 , 4 . ' I a 4 1 A' a a 11 . . 53 ' . A- . , ' - ' A ' . 1. .1 P11 - . - , -1 ' ' , . . v 5 . - 4 1 lflrl ' 3 H ' V . , 1 1 4 3 .1 4 , V4 A. ' ' - . . . f 4 1 1111 P' 1 7 . . 11 1' 4 . 4 1 '1 faq ri '. . ' , . .- I r1- V r1- - . ' v1 Q . .I 4 f1 , -3 3 ,, . f - 1.44 4: I., . an 1, , 1 , 4 , 1. : .1 P ,K '1- 1 1' 4' ' ' : V ' 1 ' 1 4: , 9-1 . 5.1.1 L 5 ' , - '1' . Q .1 T- ' ' 'Q 1 -. r. A - S..-3: ., :- rx- 11- a Q. X11 1 . "' . 3-1 VI L 5,431 : N Xl' 1 .11 . Q5 X. 3 11 . 1.-II X .Y 1' 1.24. 1 -1 Q.. qt X 91: qxivgggggggy- 4:13-14 4 4 .1-4: ... .....-...... , ,,,.----- ,- ,.. -.. A - A A - --...... -1 .. 4, .....,.........-,....,....-.. .. . 1 .X 4, 4, 4 4 H 4 4 --3 -111. -------f---- 4. -.-. .----. ........ . . ........... ,.,,.... . . .,. H- .,...,,,, ,,m,,,. ,A,,-,,, ,, 4.--4434 Nm H-N,-,,,,,N,-,..--..-,....-. .1 . .. . . 11- 1 -.1 .. -. 1 f--1. f ,-1. 1 . .M .- .. . . . .. . . . ,. . . . . . 1 .. .- .. .- .. .- 1. .. .1 . . M... ,.. .. 1.,,,. I4 .,,4,,. 1.,4,..-4 .,w,. '-CN, -,4 ,. ., 1 ,..4 -4,,..,4 1 . 1- ., 4, A .. v ...ha ...4 4 ... 1- .. 1 4,..-, . ,VM .M 4,....,,4 ,. V., 1a.mu11111111.1.11111u X 1 11111111111111x11xxmux1Auvmxxxxx111111ll1111.111 N A ll " EM 'X " "X""'F""""' Bo' "X'!wT'4N"""' Km" ' "' """"x"""1"""" 1 T" ' " ' " . IIKNKUHUWNNXQXXXXXXKKXXXXNXXXXXXHXX'UX111111.-.XKNXIUNXKNTK XNXXXXXXXXXNXXXXYNXVXXXNNXXXXNXNXXU'-NUNXXXXXXKXXYXVHXYTKIXYKXV'NVKYKBKKYAXHHVHWXXXIKXKNHKUKNNXXXXXXKXXXXXXXAIHINXlXNR1lKKmH'XlXHlklI1KX1lNllllllIhllxlXWNUXXUNUXKXXX YXKUXXXX X1.u1K-.1..1xxNh Y! Challotte DQHHISOH Illdlthl Duendltls Malgalet Dovle Shlllex Dunn Modolx n Faton Anna Fshenfeldel Ruth Ielkel Mflrv I l'ihQ1tX Helene I l IHKIQWICZ Mllv C ada M1ldlQd f allup Fdlth Fllmaltln Dolothv Flater BQSS16 Coldtaden B1lbl11 Lucas MJIIOH M IC Klnnon Rebecca MHZU1 Malgzlet McCalthy Luty McQulllan M312 MQSSIIIR Exelyn Mlllel Maly MIIIQI 1VId1 gal et Mltchell Md1V Mulphy Flovdl Needham Allce Nell ln Mar1 Noonan Ann 1 O C lllagh IH Anna Snltkln MIHHIE Solomon Flolence S11 eeney Dorothy Thom lS Sally Thomas Dorothv Tlaty Ollxe Tubbq I l znces TUIISCO Iewle Verdl Pfxullne W :Ish Eleanol Wfllakomskl Adel ude Wh e Fllfabeth AY GIS Anll Wllbul Irff fff ff"1.fa.f fig X,-s., .N HT. 'f+6-Vi?-T'Lfr.fw F' 'W 'E " '31'3QQ51"7fi87" s vzffl ffriff rin- 'j'1fw?1w2mv 'Q 'rm' 1 ::f,:'s1':gv' wr-- ..1J.il"Y1x-'f1ii,12i1,bfa:-Y',:ivu5 W fqigr, rr:-f2A1.,1g1!'Ia:ff ::?'b-g1Q3":g:Zz 1."B,f1gie9'i3c. lik, , ,, , ... ,n,,-,331 :g .V ff , - , . Q s , 4 pf.5'2"fw,p?f ,, unior Class Whaler Assistants df N1 NSS X IN 4- S-xxx 1 4 an 3' s s .1 1 s ' 1 V V FIR."' .K.','I,"I' N".'Z .XI4-xsxmlvl' XY lil-, Uzmil-l ."l :ll'Iz, XY'lli:xm Fox, l"l'4'mls-1'ir'k l':1l'lxlnl1'n'. Mikhvll Naxlmull Sl'Il'0NIl ,XSSlS'l'.XN'l'S: Nurnmlx .Mlvlln:1n, Morrill Sultx, ,Xlhn-rl H4-rtx, Sidmfy tim-rsilwmiln. ,KRT ASSISTANT: 1'l4l!.'Al All -r. ' F' If 'I'-5 lf- 1,111 T- f-gg TH ff' -3'L'k.,i"" lE'f'.,: ff--.4-.,,'f: I J, V f 'Q I i,1Ff : "gf TIA ,S ,auf T if f, :..' " if ' sf- 'M 1g.'9Ax"bf."3' H :JW 2 '-V-'Q ,. 3 2. - 'fig 21 as--I "'f1.'i' W , W z 1 .l.'J. !- .O Ill -jf! tk fx-...flag if r'-i dwg ,lui ltlljl sz ff In X X- XX WV f- 'S W' YW L QM Wflfw W W,I:5ER , 1 Q X WN x K Mk EDN V XXX X y, pe., l932 fix WX Q RZQMXMM P ,J fm ,E ffb W f tx '-1, 329 ,qv 3332 W W X W X 1 QQYENQ s f XA ' f MWF 'Aff ' W WN 5 H SMX? HU QE' Ee M N X-,?3pPx X :Lis x ff A ' xW QW774 ysxx lgxw 1 145 X 7 URW!! Va 'aa mxb Al 0 ualwylriua ' :7l A t 11.4 N t AAA In X J g XAWZZTXQ ML ll M long tune they thus' together trabeeLeU 'Ed weary of then' bmp they came at last llllilyere grew than ag-ociflp trees' that fmre Numb sph Q15 eu' avmes mhroem meth grasp masse oivereasst nil them' ga-eene leaves trembling math eherp blast, Sllmbe u eedme ziijaklohae fan-ur cumpmsse rumah Ulje fem-full Gijepijearfl often there agijasit 'dblnber tlgem neher :Kat ne haunt there :fourth has mera' uaten pipe 'but zijunit tiy unluekp X ,qroun ' ' PJ ff Q f , Y I! ! .,., Mx--' X 5 xv" -'TW I, " ' X kg., t A 3 'Xx , sg If 1 gr., x-,4 .. ' Ju ,. x. N. A my NN. f Kff'75..,y ,', ' Muff sf-fi ' S0511 y -N, VX I ,f4"Y1Q ,Wd 'f ' L V11 ,KZ Q, as-,iufff ff -f?2e.,.., M 424 APP H G 9 Q mseegi l Q Wh.. M. ,, VH' ' 41 we A MH' -, W' W'1g"f'0,:,5 N 7' fig: 'X M 5 "vii" Jams qf vw ii "f'f'2'?5E?iiiiigQff '. NY I t N46 Qt iii - ,ii wk " 7164 V 'Ut w at x 4 ' ' " M 'M WX W X " 1. M , Lx . A X. WX 7 fffzia ? ,e J A- M ,na H xf -itele M My ' s W 1, .Win T 'S M H W 't .Ll ii" V' A2 X be 'W -' N Wx M W .. .. 1 W N H17 f " Q0 M fr W M NNN fe 'Y " W' e, Amy mx e ef A iyktg. tl Q, -Q, 3 , f A -A f e , Mixer: Ag jf J -5 X. WT. 5 'f 'fA Z ,M , g '?xy1'1ll K!Q'xh,vtf- it fe X J fl, ef 4 by f H 5 W ,JMD X L ,mf e W X 1 X4 X! xx I H 1 w 1 f K f " K ,f l G 'I My ?I35.,a'if f ' 53-414' rf v, e.. N ' I 'M' N 1 :5:9Za, X if Qglegjwif X - . , I A 5 7 , I J I . 4 ' 5 I 3 ' ' 7 9 I , 5- , Je ' 1 D V arc sim l -fl ,,-rf sf sv 1 f "was Q-227 6 'K f 'JZ' 1. O is XXX Nl 1 Ax 5 jAQxX lb i ke Km If f I " mi ffl? 'E History of the Class of 1933 It was in September 1929 that we entered Bulkeley for the first time Since that memoiable day we haxe accomplished many things taken honois in intiamural activities and in the matter of scholastic standing Yet we still haxe more than a year to pass before we complete the second milestone in our education After our natural timidity had been overcome as Freshmen ue en tcred into the life of the school We put forth a football team to compete in the class league but we gained nothing better than last place and lost the traditional game with the Sophomores class of 19 32 7 to 0 Declamatlon contests cxlled forth our would be orators xerv soon but as usual not a Freshman placed owing to lack of experience At the annual Potpourri we presented an original play entitled It Will Be All Right On The Night This was given well but did not attract the most favorable opinion of the iudges Almost before we knew it the season for baseball rolled around The Varsity won the league championship that vear and our cl xss team also met with a measuie of success we only lost one game Tlfen June and the hnal examinations The latter were Weathered successfully and the summer recess began As we commenced our second year in high school we immediately formed a football team whose only success was defeating the Freshmen Our rifle team came out fii st in the class competition and our baseball team went its season xeiy successfully and we w on the race in that sport etsily But not only in lthletics did we conquer for a member of our class Edmund O Brien won the Declamation contest and a very difficult play The Unseen Host not placing first however was excellently pre- sented under the able direction of Mr. Ray Reed. Altogether our Sopho- more year was an unusually triumphant one and we saw with some re- gret the end of it approaching. Now we are in our third year of secondary school life. We have put forth an unsuccessful football team but turned the tables at examinations. VVe passed these very easily and are looking forward for new worlds to conquer. At election we selected Morris Fattori, the only man on the var- sity football team who is not a senior, as president. In our Freshman and Sophomore years Fred Keefe served as our leader and served well. 1 Q 1 u v 1' v X 1 Y' ' 'Y 'I Page sixty-four A 1 ' 1, j 'W -ffrwzc-.xx lgf W?--'JLQEZ' X I , !y:f'x"-rd Zi, ' f H "AS: ' xyi-,g4:3' , -, l l il' slvllf 1' WX ,V ' 1 4 f -f X--' K , - x ip iw- .ff af-' wwf WHALER w W -. ll A .W -T A A ,sag yffxxi :ki cg - :lc-.-sf . 'fy' ' 'fl 2' f-- - -fl ,Q-if-' l A 'T'-4'4:f' af: s 7 K . v 1 1 ' 7 4' , ' ' .' S ia ' - ' . ' L . , f L C L c '.. v Q' - ' . ' . . M sr. . ' fs c' J ' S 3 K " V7 ' J' L' ' 2 ' . ' 2 ' s ' N ' N, ' ' KK 7? N ' 7 ' ' Y 7 7 XXL. ,ZQQXQ jg-QQ THF WHA! IHR l932 QQEX- AKQQX X 0 jyXQGZ'?QQ5jZXQG2W'?QCQG.2W'?QQ9YXx P1 ffl . Q ',.,,...,' . Q . D .,......,' . Q J n A .-"""-., A ' X gi """" :L 'xx' rv :ly 5 L, x S - . . . J., , x z - b ' C9 X Q9 Ca , P ev Q + EQ J, , w X mfffm .9 CQ g ci if 'L'x A mf U E 5 Q 05 51 E' 69 dv , QQ Cn L P Q- M " Ca N G? S KY: Is- m ' Ni gg EQ Q3 GQ Z? JZ ....,,.- "v Q'- ....,,.. -'a Q' '-......-' 'c I' '--....--' " " '-.,,1.44' " 0' '--.,..--' " it S X M Q ,M WJTLEER 1 f KN ,ll XVLQQ V932 .jlbl lx ff! KES! ,MM Dt fd fa MNST' fff4ffA Moriis Fattoii Albeit Hertz Class of 1933 Fred Vogt Fred Keefe Adelman Noiman Agen Mortimer Bentley Frank Blelecki WValtc1 Blumenthal Leon Boardsen Haiiy Biexooit John Cables Ceoige Cainey Piul Cl uk Daxid Coiliss John Cresxnell Russell Daboll Roger Dimmock Kenneth Doyle Anthony Driscol John Edwards Cecil Einhoin Moriis Ftttori Morris F1t7ge1ald Russell Fox William Gager John Cershoyxitf Sidney Gorton Raymond Hendel Lawrence Heitz Albert Hinkley A1thur Hobbs Wallace Hodet, Thomas Holby, Robert Huntley, Willard Impellitteri, Antho DY Impellitteri, Salvatore, W. Jacobus, Rudolph Jayne, Carl Keefe, Fred Kiernan, Charles Kierstead, Earl Latham, Robert Laputz, George Lewis, Milton Looby, Russell President Vice P1 esident Secret mrv Treasuiei Lubchanskv Haiold Lyon William Maiiani Peter Mark Flank Marlowe Donald Massad Nicholas May Hamilton McDonald James McLaughlin Leonaid Miller Ernest Miner Edgar Moses Cai Nfihas Elias Nauti Ceoige Neilan Jimes Noyes John OBi1cn Edmund Occhialini Raymond ONe1ll Owen Parmelee Fiedeiick Plimpton Edwin Popkin Bernud Quaintance Donald Rikosky Daxid Ryzewic Hairy Sabagh Mitchell Sands Phillip Satteily Robert Sargent, Thomas Schwartz, Daniel Scott, Walter Schaaf, Charles Sisk, James Smith, Morgan Smithline, Seymour Soltz, Merrill Stefenski, Stephen Sullivan, Michael Tubbs, John Tytla, Milton Vogt, Frederick Wolfe, Alexander Wolstencroft, Joseph - , I rc sixty-sian - 'A--., 7- A T? I 'vk s ' ,- ' ,:F -I c .v ff -A-.M l ff ,fu ' 'er' 1. .ff , Q 'xN'f'f 51.-'ff C X -1 ,'..-- 1 - , X 1 Y ' . - wix i l . l -A Q XX 4 U all 3 'X Gym, --I ,..1U, V , M ri -I - X "J, K' mr lift X ,I X N X fw, , , :HX c ET'-1 fi 'Xi 1' Q ' xx-- , 1 " -Q l' X5 "fi 155 'N , ,. .,, ,W S as , 1 -,w-5 .gli XX -N-L If ,f . ,Ir',,, ff, " M 'J -E-s,.. f-4, ,f,f.-:iw I ' --4.441 J . 1. 1. ----U------L.'i--1---------.-.'--------Pi-----4'-'---,w--- Lv. : J ,,-.,--,.,..,.,.,,-.,,.. 2 . - . ' .- y 1 Av U, . - a X , ' 3 ' I. 4 , ' y ' ' , -1 . , 7 y I f . . ., , . ' 1 . , . 1 N , 1 , I ,' .', 1 A ff - y - K ,- ' , 2 ' - . . l , 2 'I v I 7 , K . sk., , s ' , S, il y C fL', L ' , Z, I ' 7' , , 2 . AY, , .' y 4' J 4 , ! f 1, n C l .4 v ' , U 3 v -l l v. 4 ' , If , ' . y . .I I , , I . S, E I I y fl, K Y Y v Y. . v C ' 9 f ., ' ,. I 1 7 Y ' . . f 7 , 1 1 l l . 4 , , . s . v 7 KY I v It ff rf wn, 551 if ...X His: tif SW jf' L SN 'M 9 hm WHALER WN Q X XX 'Q X 1 1 xi., 1932 15X ,QR f IA ki Q ,ffm 2415 ? ,XX N.,--f N WM hkffffve UP were Ygib A iw 5? l X350 wr 6 xii' U I kk Hgxe 0'fI I1 Mlwp k f KX 2 gl I 11 :Niki I if W .0 .5 l F w A , 3' X fgf 1 414. f Q gf X 199 W. , W fles h ff 'f K 4- X Mtg f ,Q V 01 U4fi2ef 5 rg? 'lub botthheltght they thug Beg-axle the hmp 'Martel the iaiustrmg Qtcn-me wr oberhiohoue 'Mklhen tneemng to returne inhenee theybeb strap 'Qlhey eemuet fmbe that path baheeh ftrst mass zhohme 'jliut inenfuer too am: tra an mates, tmkxwhone furthest from erfo then when thep neerext ineette Zlfhat makes' them bouht then- tmte' he not then- nhme be many pathes' so mem turning-5 Keene What tnhzch of them to ta e minhersehoubt they been K... Ifrqr s ff t ' Wim ' I NSR' ' ' , h ' -1 ' 'NX L ' 1 ' vi E, 4 1 I Ju ' N f 3 N Q' Xl 5 5' j' ' MY' .,- " ew 1 , , l, W fQ 2- " .5 J. x ' - my I4 ' ,. gfqxx XC, W NN fx cb Q 'fA5J4N,Q ,.,, F-Qxxxi sg ,1 . . xcx I , 5 I f N sz. 1' 5' , Q Q2 xY:e'...:f " 1 'f' ,H .- ff, I f:-L55 Nm Yifff J X' X I Ill: ,.4A ll ,J W , ' A u K , ,Y .,,. ' fi e X ., we J 5 Z 5? I 3 f Q W Q lil - A ' - ' M v X v 'X QR v y ff Q, if, Cv V V A, fu tr ' f.w295g5fwmwW XG . , b 3 ff , A X5 1 K . . fit 4 Q JNG 1 Qfff g XJ 1 W, y A 751, - .,.. '.--: . Pr, -1.-' I :f. vf' '-L , I , I e 9 - ' ff , fx m . aj u A ' ' '.- A ye 57 ii .',' S25 I - I .eJ,.1 -f ', : IQ W w he f 5 I L? , ' ' .A M A- dw 4--In Vip Mmwmtwwx NXNIMJ , S, . w--f--gif mpeg f .t , ,M P4 A t-it - L my .' 9 l'. 11 'E ' " l9""1 ' ' I fgf' 4 -. 71,-...ng ', 4 , ..-. 1:71, .. X- ', 17.1, I 5 VL e,e. , 2 we f-Qfffyh ' WI I-Leifffyhv ' .Nr 5 N l i ff KK I 53 I ., ga Xia 1 , Rl ' , 4: 1 V. 7 JW!!! fx t 42 f fft f W 4' U Q3-gl 1 ' ' X ' ' ' V it-7 Ab . 'ff J' - 'iq X .Inna-af ' fi ff ,Qi . -" if .f 52" X' ' -v fe f 46 .-. 6'5" 4 Wd L 1 f 7 1 1 ff f ff f a-- ff f I ,ez X ' W, , .- ,' f J 4, 'J 7 vig: t L, I JY5!, 744 Q7 1 Y ff Lu, ,Al k I 1 ,z W Lf? j , My - -ff fe , . '. Ryu' X' if 'iw y " ff I M wff5'f'g il, uxif 5' M ,few Q 1 , A. X we we W, S !x1l,,5 ff rf l nf fffq ffLtLl4 M! Vlfvflylvf Z: v- ,f! .6 0,..,, .4 ,..,. -- , X 'Q Q' h41JBmMxux'Jx"fEV , JJ-V Q? 9552- -.', Xfvf I X QW, f f 'f' 'f M - .mg , Y ' I I I f 7 , 4 I , I y I , - P I A A I , e 1 5 9 , . - - I I I I ll I I 1','.i.,l-' ,. wi 'ss I S' arf' 'es sr fffy X ff if 1 XXNQX Sf, I THE 1 Xu X MR, Fyyi Ni tp ' T XA I mAQo 1932 'lbs W ,n X ck, fm ,ls ,M am ,fu a History of the Class of 1934 Well here we are in the second quarter of our seemingly short period at Bulkeley We have emerged with 1 terrible struggle from the lecesses of Proshmfinshlp and we almost feel that now we have a small tang of that thing called Sophlstication In truth our first year s inevitable experiences have left us sobei and more ambitious students This fact was proved by the obviously serious attitude with which our boys approached then studies this year By this we do not in the least mean to imply that the Cl xss of 34 was below pai in its Freshman year Far from it Many times the 90 gi ade was hit Ex en the obscure pin nacle of 95 100 bowed before us In our first year of secondaiy leai ning we were gieenhorns to the fundamentals which constituted a seiene day at Bulkeley for instance not eyen Lbeisole knew how to obtain a drag with that adamant fac ulty However following in step with our predecessors we elected of ncers In the capacity of President sat Arthur St Germain vice presi dent Albeit Tannenbaum and Secretaiy Treasurer Philip Berry Unfoitunately the F1 eshman year of the class of 34 was not a note worthy one IS far as sports vseie concerned Baseball and hockey were the only sports in which we were represented We rea hed first place in ne1the1 This apparent lack of interest no doubt was caused by the gleenness or as Prof Pasquale would say I think that they dont know what it s all about This excuse prow ed to be true with remarkable howing we made this year In the Potpouiii we presented undei the able guidance of Mr Flood Reed Sham a four character skit dealing with the folly of living be Xond voui income and shamming Perry Smith portrayed a st1H collar ed Don Ju IH desperado Kenneth Moore calried successfully the part of an irate Xictim of cucumstances yn ho was foiced bv a socially inclined wife to live beyond his means The latter was played by Amos Patton Lieb. Mitchell Mallove entered briefly as a big-time reporter. All in all put on a remarkable affair and by cxctus when those scrutinizing judges announced their opinions who should have FIRST PLACE but the FRESHMAN CLASS of 1934. Next came the class elections and save for minute changes the choice remained the same as the preceding year: Arthur St. Germain, presidentg James Logioco, vice president. In sports the class of 1934 has done admirably well, being ably rep- resented in all sports that were interclass. On the gridiron, profiting by the wide experience of Head Coach Walter F. Knie, and Capt. Joseph A. Rafferty, not to mention 'fDuke" Davis, we beat the Freshmen but were overcome by the Juiziors and wholly devastated by the Seniors. Baseball, being better represented, brought us second place in the school. Thus ran on the first two years of the class of 1934. The first half of our years at Bulkeley have been happy onesg occasional stumbles and rebukes, but what matter they, if we succeed in the latter half as we have in the first half. q Q' 'i '151vf9Yc1'1' r"t' H7 V Page sixfy-night 'J I ',v'3f62H-52'-'g. V! N Pl' 4 'QWFT SJW , V722 -'ea Q" xx f , . , C4 --.QOXL , f sri 7, -I Q ,Q 'Qc Q. ,f ' X' " xiu""47' ' N ' ' .I '. 'N ' ,' 'v - ' g , 1 - X 05 K--gs 'ff . J Y 5- X' cz! lkslylff ,if l I 5. B ffx XX: : 'Y W, WE , N fy, T 1.1! WHALER I - w -. , , if ,Q FUJI I I if mfr ,I X X A Y ,' yyyy X wb f' ' 'I' f X .'ff' ff! X h 'fu -Q-N X fix Nsw .- ! ff! .X X5 4 , ffnce ,N ,.,, X S 1 x f ff ' sis. s , 'ff' Q95 ga. ' f 5 l'4"i . ,P V71 1" - 'J -ie ,,, , ,,, K A' , 4.--.1 I -fjgvjf J , ,Q j , . A 1 X . . c 2 ' . U 1' w ' 27 1 w bg L, K 7, ' . an - ' - ry , 5 , ' ' I S . . k , , ' 1 w ' 7 1 4 ' ' - c 1 I . , - I 1 .X L I I . ' KC Y, K, V . - f . . S . S 1 . 1 . 2 1 : , 1 , H X ' KK H 7' K , - . I , . . Sw' S . . .- . L . , 1 ' . . s , ' A 7 . . 3 . . A - , - N 1 v , . 9 'S . ' ' Z ' r . I ' . .I '. S ' 1 , , S Ac , H . , I , cc ' ' 7 . . . . . , v . , ,, . Y . s 4 4. 7 , 4 l A ' U I ,, I Y . . . . . - 7 , A . y U Y . r,, ' i W . . - - U V , . 1 I Q - . A. ,- ly . . 1 Y , . A . , -I L, - , S S. . 1 . K . me I as , c I , I 7' J E if Xe Q3 Q E H1 'E Q ga E3 62' 76 OF 3-l 5D-Qi Aga .... qi ..-.... kr! gk... -.ya x .... 25' gli ,...... vi tk ,.--.. .BP 5E......v5 3 P 1 6 . Q' tv 4 5, Y nv it FE Q Q fy CLASS 1934 13.11 ....... rm, ' .... rm, - '95 GJ??'Xk95jY xyW'?QQGjP?'?QQ WQQ P J tj lx? J V' Q 2:4119 r K iff sr Sq Jr, f W' S 1 Dv ff WIS:-ZILEER Xl f s I X NK I hfkrlr l932 e-QAQR Vfy NX W ls DE Sophomores 1934 Arthur St Germarn Presrdent James Logroeo Vrce Presrdent Robert Rerlly qeeretary Treasurer Abernathy Cerald Afars John Baxter Rrehard Beard Paul Braudro Wrllrrm Beebe Russell Berry Phrlrp Brrmrngham Robert Blonder Isaae Bronrtsky Irxrng Brown Russell Cartwrrght Paul Chamberlarn Edward Collrns Wrllram Connell John Cooper Samuel Crowley Cornelrus Davrs Larl Dean Harry Decker Lewrs D1Mdgg10 Thomas Dodge Wrllram Donnee Thomas Doyle Anthony Fbersole Wrllram Ilaherty James Fones Jack Ireeman Joseph Caskell Wrnfleld Gelrnas, Edmund Glasbrenner, John Goula, John Haskell, Joseph Hendel, Harry Hrlsberg, George Holz, Charles Horan Thomas Hullrvan Robert Husbands Ceorge Impellrtterr Salya tore J Jacques Robert Kerrrdge Davrd Knre Walter Kurkrewske Edward Lacey Harold Lerb Amos Lerno Sulo Leyrne Morrrs L1lJenste1n Cecrl Iorcano Logroco Mallove Marranr Mark Domrnrek Messer Charles Rrcharcl James Mrtehell Roland Mrssarsky Srgmund Montague Lawrence Morrrssey Blau Moyl kynen Kauko Mulvrhrll Danrel McCarthy John Murphy Trmothy Nelson Frank O Connor I raners O,COHDO1, Raymond Parsley, Jack Perrv, Russell Petrosky, Mrchael Phrllrps, George Rafferty, Joseph Ransom, Roger Ray Wrlbur Reagan Wrllram Rerlly Robert Rogers Alton Rose Kell Sanborn Edgar Sanborn Robert behwartz Harold Srmpson Chester Slerghts Mrke Qmrth Carlyle Qmrth Donald bmrth George bnell Harold Holt? Alun Spelmrn George Sprnner Arthur bt Qermarn Arthur Strom Arthur Sulllxan Donald 'Sullrx an John T Qullrvan Ravmond Taglraferrr Edmund Tannenbaum Albert Taylor Franers Ferry Kenneth Walker Thomas Watson Elmer Watson James Wessel, Morrrs Wrllrams, Davrd Wrllrams, Lloyd Wrllrams, Robert Wolcoskr, Edward Zrto, Russell QT' 7Q'j""l"'i P Page sr'1'r'nt11 'fur-1, uf! 11, 1 --ff or 7 , fwz +2 2' 5 Q Q 1 - ..y sQ K, Q51 ,I . . ., X, I - 4 J X 1 -9 5 I 1 QV 2 N XYSL' 4 , X , . A . M . Mar J -" 1 A V ll- 1. Nl- ' 1, Ja Qtxsx it my N I 3 '14 Ns If - Vjzfi-Q X!! I X, Q ' .5s-- iff yi s- ' fit -, ,. 4, 1- 1 lf 9' 6' . ' ,V 761 1' ' si N L- ' IAQ 1' ., ii ,' I S KS " fml -11-54, ,.- .4 MAX' ---.QQJ :fl M I X D 1 . 1' ,,,,.,,,,,v.,..,,.,,.,.,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,., K V. ' k 4 1 7 1 1 I K 1 l Z Rss ' 9 1 . , . A, v, I , ,- , 4 . . v - T 1 v 1 1 ' 1 X Q , ,. .2 y . S , . 1 I Y X1 4 ' 9 L ' 1 K 9 1 1 1 1 A 1 I . T I 1 . 1 W i I 1 - ff 1 4 ' 4 1 ' 1 - 1 1 ' I. ' K . , 1 ,' 1. , , s I ' A-1, ' 9 'rl 1 ' N 1 'K 4 T 1 1 ' y . 4 V. . , . I 1 , 1 1 7 V P , , 1 'c , s, J, Y 1 I 1 - 2 1 Q J Q . 1 1 I as 4 A . , y . . l , , I . 1 L 1 1 - 7 1 1 y . ll , 4 , 1 1 ' w 1 v 4 1 T I v , . . . , r, K , . , . SL ak. , K , , l T 9 1 N X 1 , , A L k 7 4 , V 1 .' li .Y 1 l 1 4 1 KW , Y f v, - P A 1 ' l 1 1 r 1 ' 7 5 v I . 1 A 4 , L. K- , . K, , I. A y I 9 , 4 4 . S K. , . S 'xx x' 9 N7 WHALER W mx NX 2 ff Fx im x VKX 4 pple l932 ejkl L ,Ri s.4,Mm 7 J KN? fff Eggfee mit I X ,L 'upon a great uibmture be inns bunk like greatest Eloriemna to fum game what greatest glorwui queene ofjfaerpionir Ulfo Smzme hun morsilyqape ani her grace to babe ilzwpeiy afall e-an-tiytg tiymgsi Iyz must TIG! crane gn! eberfeui he rnie ijxii' heart Wah earne me probe ips puusssnee m11atteLI wwe Elipon has 'ine ani hui new forests lem-ne, mipnu 1315 foe in TTHQUII horrible an steme .J ' ' ' Page' 9U'l'l'HfIf om' ' . ,--: 1 1 -?'-f,ft- x 134255 :',' '- -uf -P -.. x ff N f 1 we W- OW 'J ,f 'file Af L. 'O N - , f Vx A Qfo 'f 5 x'x'QXXev f f 1 E X - ff If f, h -- .-- -4,11 n ' exsx X , Va X 5 ll -l :X ' ' X I . Ju .X H 5 Q X ' l I .4 - xxx f L5 ll, 1 X x 55,1 NXXQ, ' , in J ' ' ' , ,NL 1 I" 'un' mf N. -- u , e L ' X N. .A 41- ,,, -F , , , , - 9.1 N f , ' XX: 1' X . ' xv. ZAN5, 4 xx ,J W X xx df: de, X, 1 X ,Zz - xi N L , 'I 5 F f C, X 'E-A 'rf' . q xXf ,,,,f, " fi 'fl SZ-9 ,.. -Aff 1.25 IM ' 'zfffff -'f- e 1 1 """"V V L ei Ev L A 9 7 U U U I n 4 f e Z I' T K, , ' X. I M, A V. , I'x,I:IIvL,Mf ?,,"' H.. Y " ' - W' ,x.,., ., NAL. uf -' ,T gf 'ff' I eff f 'ff 'ff 'Fla--W -- an-neu'-. 'f VLf'U11 MIL' 1. WH X 1 '. "' ' fl VH- x'ff,,! Uni , . ' VV" fir 4 V llf' f ,hh ly' If fl f f, f ff M bwllxhf AN!! m"H,Nfl ,uf , 'V , 4 f f 1 Y . f 1 , 4 z A I 4 1 4 4 I I I , 4 X f . 3 saifyfg. is if arf issse-' ri X Q 7 X9 W' MW!! is bl THE N if x uxxxxh IXQXN " Milf' '932 JAX W - ' W -2-4. wr N ff 1 f , , ' . -.-- X f 1' - Qx R. f If 1 4 A A ky- V. l ' f - -I A fx . .' - ' . . 'l Nx Q2 l' 3 " M ' My' lf' WV? WHALFR Nil., 1 X N-5" 4 3' mf 'Wffpxix ' lj xx ' ' ' f . -1' f ' 1 5 QF-5 ., 'nf fcff A , ,. N--. ,. X Q.. U 4- X I f XX Q 45 f . !64:iwh:q. 754: ixxh H! 4 I ,f f sxs . ' , f . C-. 1' 4 . - - :RN Q.: " A ' I f., -4 1 ' -"li:-I xl ' ---QV?" 6 I 3 L , ' ' f I . I 1 1 , , . r , . Y ' Y ' I W . .I ' , A 1 L1 1 y h 1 D I s ' ' ' 1 . ' . . . . y flux fy xg! ! History ol the Class of 1935 We Freshmen have not made much history yet since we only enter ed this school in September We began our high school trail timidly yet proudly timidly because we knew not what lay behind those forbidding granite walls proudly because we were no longer grammar school boys out actually Freshmen in a high school So far we have found our path urprisingly smooth at the first assembly we attended evidence of the good will of the upper class was shown by the applause which greeted us We were assigned divisions and home room seats and soon became indeed settled After a time we collected a class football team which won well if you must know it won nothing However we hope to do better next vear with more experience and support At the very start we learned of the existence of a band and orchestra and many of our number decided to trv to 1o1n one or the other of those organizations As a result four or live Freshmen axe in the band and many others lined up for 1o1n1ng next year The musical organizatlons play a large part in Bulkeley School life and naturally all those who are 0 talented are most eager to be a pmrt of them The first test of our ability came at the Quarterly Examinations those harbingers of trouble to those who are unprepared Momentary nervousness was our hrst setback but in spite of that we turned in really good papers. On the whole we feel the exams are not the ordeal they are made out to be. The second quarterlies are almost upon us, but this time we know what we are facing and are not awaiting them in bewilderment. A student council has just been formed and Carl Vogt, our presi- dent, and Vincent Carey represent us in that body. An integral part of Bulkeley School, firmly on our feet, we now can continue forward in the years to come, always striving for a successful graduation. Page seventy-two fffxwx 1 'av K IQ Z iwvx X KMFYVX :M S 7 , xxvnj Jf- -,Q xxvolf J" ,Xxx-uuj f L xuuf sf' 2 yuqf ', Paqw srwmzfzf thu: 1935 OF CLASS , J v I N I M X 31 ' ' . W , 1. v V, ,, 4 1 N ' " M , , I AX ,, ,W Q I , 5' 1 ' I in V' ,, XXL ' A' VN, f f' Ni' .i 14 ,V Q gg ' ,,, . X 2 . -A ... 5 '-.4 ' 1 Sf f , Q F ,-, .. V jg x , . 1 , , 3 -, ' . 4 " - -A Q: 2 "" 2 W x w ug! , . 'PQ N X ,RQ i . ' Q 1 N V X L -- 'J W 4 w 7 . .X ' ' f ' ' V N 4 f 'T' A , , , ., 1 , 1 ' - fr, , 1 x.-' , "if X 4 ' , x T f f ' ' H' f - f ' , 1 . i i , X . E , ,L n , Q ,x kiwi. ' - if fx ,. :EA Em ,L ,W A'-T! . wi?-g??Q:'1hf7Ww-ww f'4i'f'Q f 'f' ' - ',- X 1' " ,. 'P - .,,, ,jr I n ,fl A QA N, I . - L-441, xy: . I. ,QI -X I , Y, , . - .4 ., , , P 4. N- " 4. N, f' ,Vx ,A -. f' f N ,A ', I' ,f '. W ff , 1 'L -w 1 -ff ' Y ff XX, ' 7' 'X xzf ...XX " lfxf .Txf F' I--ff , Z, 5 1. . '. -251 TSX- ua. Q ff in 155 'Hu Jw Qin' ' 'fifiu Wy 9-ff ' fu'-.. ' ' 3- 'r -1 f '-1 x A J 3 K 1 r P I Xl XX K rf W rc S I N I X is fl KZ, 1932 Xqkfef' Im' I ff Q X x x r xl Q Vibe W 1 ' f 4 Class of 1935 C Vogt Presrdent Vrncent Carey Vrce Presrdent Jack Lear 3 Kbbr ltr -Xnthonv Antonatos Phllrp Arnrrus Henrv Bakewell Edwrn Balrne Mrlton Baratv Wrlbur Barnes Harrv Bauer Francrs Beckwrth Rrchard Belgrade Wrllram Berntsen Stanley Berntsen Walter Berth Wrllram Blotskv Tonv Bongo Salvador Bosworth Merrlll Brrtt Chester Brown Edwrn Carrd Robert Caponza Angelo Carev Vrncent Collrns James Cook Rawdon Crocker Clavton Crottv Clarence Qrowlev John Deshefv Wrlfred DeS1mone Stephen Drcklow John Eastland George Ebersole Vrctor Eldredfre Charles Ellrott John Fllrott Thomas hllrott Robert Fsposrto Lours Facas Anthonv Fales Gordon Feldman Wrllram Garrrson lohn Getty Ellsworth Grrard Rav Golart Thomas Greene Alfred Halrkas Constantlne Hanev John Harvev, Wrllranr Harrrs, Donald Hathaway, Carl Hrgglns, Lawrence Hoehrnan Allert Honosky Joseph Howard Charles Huard Ravmond Impellrtterr Joseph lmpellrtterr Joseph lohnson Frank Jorgensen Edgar Jutrla Edwrn Karser Russell Kane John Karr Walter Katz Benramrn Katz Wrllram Kepther Charles Kenyon Kerth Kononchrk Nrehola Langdon Ravrnond Langdon Wrlbur Iearv John Levko Mrehael Lewrs Warren Loesch John Londregzan Trnrothv Losaeano Theodore Laughmar Wrllrarrr Mavnard lnlwood Mavnard Osmond Mazurkowrtz Frank Mreellr John 'VIrlls Charles Mrner John Vlrtchell Davrd Mrt hell Donald Moore Kenneth Moran Danrel Moran Herbert lVIoutran George Mason George McQurrk John Nauta Harold Nrgrellr Henrv Newberrv Wrllrarn Nobrega Herbert OBrren John ONerll James Owarofl, George Parslev, Eugene Patch, Horace Peck, Albert Secretary Treasurer Peek Lours Perrv Albert Peseatello lonv Peterson Ralph Phlllrps Dwrght Prckowrtl Wrllram Plona Fabran Prents Arthur Prottas Melvrn Pulranovrch Alexander Qurnn Thomas Rerd Leonard Rrfkrnd Srdnev Roberts Edward Rondornanslrr Stephen Rowe John Ruppert Charles Rvan Valentrne Sabrlra Anthonv Sandlowrtz Jeremlah Sawrckslxv Ceorge Schlrnk Norman Shrfreen Sevrrrour Shemet Wrllram Sherwood Leonard Soltz Jacob Sottvs Stephen Spltf Hrllrard Standnrnlx Joseph Stefenskr Wrllram Sternberg Lours Street Harold Sullrvan Donald Sullrvan John Sundt Valerv Taglranettr Nrcholas Trrrell Lvman Topham Robert Tromontano Ldnrond Uhrman Srmon Verbrllo Alex Vrvrrrto Thomas Vogt Carl Walrzurskr Walter Warkorn kr Hubert Whrte Paul Wvatt, Davrd Zrmmerman, Stanlev Page serwrrfrf jour zyef " , r' 1 1-rr wr Uv 1 or r , 'tw xi 21' 1 I N T ' Lf' XR-T1 ': ff! " . , V Q I .A mx , h ! 1. J, X t . I ,1 1 NX L3 ily 1 N J .rr - .' . A ' F 1 1' . " J f"'. mf jf.: N, ,A sl ,D l,q!Q X - . ann, r, rr K , x, J XX ,TW I ' , 4,1 Lg ss: h xr, .fmf N1 . f f. '91 .X Q.. .. 'v Vfj f X'-ex ' ' : flzkh ' " "1 C-' ' E ' ' 1 - - ,is-x G4 4 Ill Af' Mfr. N gf. .I 'lf' ly. ,fix , ,gs 57, ' r V -Ei-9,,, , ,N , ,,,.,bga1 r ' -142, - . r . . , . - . . r 'z ', r , ' , . rr- ' ', '. Lv, ' ' L. N , . - A . u 4 . 1 , 1 r A-4 xi ,- V 7' ., ' ', A. ' ' Q . H .IA , 3 y r . 2 '. . hr Q ' . ' I 1 ' A ' . 1 ' I I v I ' 7 .Y . v I Y 'I '. . l ' . Q . - 7 - i , , - .n r . . l , A 1 I -r 4 in ,I 1 I -I . ' Y 7 X l U V I. - . I v r r ' v l . l ' 1. 4 ', v . . rr ' . A Y T v . , ,. B. .' Y I . . ' 1 A V I ' 9 I I 'W 1 Q K Y . .l ' . Y 1 I 7 . N Y ., -. . ' 1 . 1 ' - A y ' . 1 A I . 'I ' . ' V . I Y I ' V41 A I ' . I, v ' ' T L -.,' - . I r , D' . L l , l . . ' r . -. r ' . . ' K . ' . 'r . ' u 1 I r ' 1 2 ' . . Q . ' , ,, , ' V - . ' - A - A , 1 V . 7 y I A Q I " 1 . 'V I ' L V ' Y 1, r . . I V ' H I V - ' ' i ' 4 . I. . ' . ' . .I , .Q .i , ' , 5 .L , . ' L ' 7 ,' . S l u , . ' ' . . '. ' ' - Jw lk jf -nl Q .SRX-4 Ljffq 9 THF XX' 7 TI YQ7 WHALER M 2 fX N X ix 4 fl ,QQ l932 7 f f fm 2 H5112 Bmght of 12112 ifxebcrnsge when hun ijz 9511152 Sparring- 50 hate math rage btsipztzouz San fenrnlp couch has spam uni tuhaaz-by mba .Savane mute they both hotly 'MII aah furzous 'QV at buhnteh tmtij tiyegr furees ijzfleuuif, Tlfiyezr stubs! Tum Stmggyzr emh amxgeh dtani uh che tijemsfelheei too rubely rngoroua' Bztunznh Saoxtl, tba Sh-che nt' then' owne ijanb , 51302 haclxe rehuite uni: cclj to other gnealbetiy lurks. ..L......'.T""T""""i .... .i... Pug: szzcnlly 1111 'alia'-'-:,,.-M F121 5 Q- :if iyjfsi' X x 'IT j 4':7?72Z5QxEf, ix 5 .-X .4 -gf' 1' K N R4 k I N71 ' QL . NQQI M! .gi -Q 4 L. A - ,I f ' A. A ' ' x .1 A Mgyl. .7-I.. , f D Ki .- x -' pf' QQ M X ,mf -- A' N. ' ' . ' Sv- A gg.. V ,ff " XR 'rf ' ,fW5"5XrQ ,ff ,ig - xgs , 1 ki f N- x - If I' V Q xY1' .Tf " 1 '17-E-5 ,U . xl ' 'A'-41:7 "'- X J .ia . ,, W ' , Q if 5 WE, E25 + ' f If v-,' n ',.- -ulu , ..., fl ,-.,, 'V ,,,, 4. ....., quuunun, , sf ..,4 I 1, --Q.., , . 1e Q I A . .WX 4 I 5 X 17: Nfl, MX Q I V ,, ,L 1 K , , Y Y Y , f X Q 3 , I 4 n 4, A , , ' . I , t , ' , . ' 1 1 , , , ' 1 A 1 Q - , Zin emurnam WAYNE BROOKS Born Dec 18 1911 Graduated at Bulkeley School June 12 19 1 Dred Nex ember ,O 1901 Excerpt from a Memorral Address By the Head Master The trrbute vse are payrng to Wayne Brooks rs an expressron both ot personal frrendshrp and generar esteem The comradeshrp of amrable boys wholesome boys as we more famrlrarly descrrbe them rs by far the most enroyable and most strmulatrng experrence rn therr lrves Thc surest proof of Wayne s fine qualrtres and genurne worth rs to be recog mzed rn the admrratron and frffectron or hrs many rntrmate personal frrends Speak wrth any one ot these frrends and he wrll tell you that Wayne Brooks was a true gentleman a modest leader and a cheerful farthful comrade There rs yet the trrbute of esteem to be pard to the memory of thrs scholar athlete The students or Pulkeley the teachers crtrzens of New London and of Waterford wrll 1orn urth the ton nsfolk rn Buhl Idaho rn wrll show a hrgher tone of sportsmanshrp and hrgher merrt rn rndrvrdual performance and skrll when the boys remember how Wayne played the game In everythrng he undertook he drd hrs best Wayne nex er sard to hrmself Thrs doesn t count He saw that rn every relatronshrp of lrfe we have our own responsrbrlrtres to meet He had hrgh ambrtrons wrth out berng proud and better strll wrthout berng selfrsh He belreved rn courtesy and patrence He practrced good wrll On a November afternoon rust as rt began to grow dusk lrfe as we see rt and know rt ended for thrs vrrrle talented young man But I 'rm sure the portals of heaven opened wrde for Wayne There must have been a radrant company of young men to greet hrm at the pearly gates I thrnk Srr Galahad was there and other noble youths lrke hrm to escort our schoolmate to the shrnrng throne There must have been the sound of beautrful musrc to speak hrs welcome And rn that company of celes tral musrcrans Davrd Lerb and Robert Mather rarsed therr golden trum pets and played to the honor of another Bulkeley boy who had come to Jorn the chorr rnvrsrble I ngc sez cnfu sz I A ' 7 7 1 l 7 ' 7 . in 0 ! 4 1. . H 1 Y K K . K - , Avy he . -. A' . , .AY ' K 1 ,K . . Y r . . - A . K . . . . I I . . , A I K A ' 1 ' v S ! r ' I . k l . F. J ' , I 6 mu., ' G ni I ' 4. . 7 7 Y 7. payrng honor to the lrfe and record of Wayne Brooks. Bulkeley athletrcs I . 4 . I I .V . Y ' 7 H . . ,, . , E ,, . . N . . K , K K a 1 1. - A Q -L 1 . , K , cl I ' . D ' . Y . I 4 7 Z' A . .S . I 7 . r , K , ' . c 7 ' , , l - '11, h Z..- 'Q J J'-,ft HA' v 1'nxvo, is cn, ,4 " '44 1 3- 4 0 , 0' 0915 05 a o5:oQ' ' Q 4 o 1' 'ge' K S- Q .Q f' -RXX .-A ' xl-4, 4 ' 1 ,O:o'0k-' , s - E X QQ? 7 404 " -B53 a q 'g I 9 I W W0 'niiviii' ,rf 1, 'Yu 1 GBA 1 0 1 mm xxx 41' ' 7707 lm mm' L L43 ,osx ,nm '3a 4. L ,fssaxk - 2"X:'. '-xx e . O' 0 5 1' ' ,, ny ,x-zxc.-x, Q - , 'ax 2.12 YK-Q Cr rXn4 I if Ii? 'NLD X 'ss 15 ' 4 "nys , x f j 8.5400 v ' ,- v' ff-4 m, .- ,jzftt N3 26's ll. A Q9 v f u I on g va. " X Zin imlemurnam W LJ Page seventy seven N i W ,- A K f , ' ' ' A 211'-.-:-- , K -e-aaa:-T-15-532 . ,,.f.1g5--N 1291: ,gnu ,,-Qc. 31 '.-?? " SSP.- -abjia-Sffx -5 ,Q :- - 2-Y: .Q221,a.f .I fp fi '- 1 "haf -"' .42-25551 9 , -, -f W - ..- .sang I 3 cu X I 932 41 2 Y- Q ,xzizm '- I 1 f "3a',Q: t K X. -L...-KX a- .::"::- - X .F-. . '.' . P- ' L "' f - - ' x. ,,--- I o Q .- X ,. 51. - .. --:LST ,, -..-GV.-'. -Qkv. - 5 ' - ' --sl: fa FN '3-V - '- x- 1-11' " N im. s "xx L, . ,ng 1.. ' 4 VHF- --- ,3'W4f3u- EE ki X 1 ,R 45.35 gi' c ' ' E , pgs ' .1 1 , ' v1" 'Y ?-.' 'Q' S X x EEE -I -'10, Ju E 2533 l I I " , X5 lu ' gvu 9 . X 2 A-V X ., -xy 5,2 2 ::-3, :J tl - N., 1'--, .nj H5154 qc f I 5 I xi 5 1,5 fl., 'fffgi' 55" .., 5 5 9 X C 3 4 'I K "ff: S' 4 E Q E E A.-rx. ., my -1 " - V r:, ., B r , -Q..-,. ' 3 f M0 3 ,, '-. 5 23 f V 3-1, ' 1 : ff-' .-,, K- " 'Qi . e' ' ' ' ', 65' ' 93 7' ' .0 "no .7 " ' " x 'f 1- ' - . J H 4 4 9 . 1 " V'-SK " " 5 ' X 1 vw 2:3 H, ,1 1, . 4,-1 x 0 I 4 , ,, j.:..f"r w I : ' --3. U, -V . '., ,a ' I . -- Q-I-' f - 5 fum, - ' .uf , up W 0 ' n 'I ',n 4' ve - -, 'If ff W 1 K f 'rp f O ' ..f W X kr' .... , 4 B K B A M0 ' V ' 4, X Q ' 9 cy 7 J I ' x . lg -nm ix ! bg'-'AQ gl!!! Q THE XI if , um l 7 X I KX K Ffa WHALER X X2 QNX 1, Aw 1932 'dsl y Q4, ls ly img , V MR FREDERIC W MERCER - I I 4. . ., . .. .. .. .. .l .l .. .l ... lg. 7 4. . . .. ...g. Bullceley School Athletuc Fnelcl, Incorporated SIX Vears ago through the kmd generos1ty of Mr Frederlc W Mer Cer, Bulkelev School became the rec1p1ent of one of the finest athletlc fields, club houses and equ1pment 1n the State of Connectmut Also, slnce then he has glven generously to many school aCt1v1t1es Th1s noble g1ft IS under the managerlal control ot some of Bulkeley's most esteemed graduates They became the lncorporators of Bulkeley's splendld glft The mcorporators are CO1Il9l1LlS C Costello, Alfred L1gour1e, Morrls Lubchansky, Thomas E Troland, and Thomas S lVIcG1nley w v ' Page sczcnfy czglzf .My ,P f, ' "Saul tiff wil d Srnviaff' I If 6,9242 2: I f X Q - N , ' 1 ' '--X -. Q , .1 Vx 1' N i -if I' ',... N ity , I lu XX ft? ,If wi, 251 .MGI K " l has Xu sl .yy I f it x -.-- 5. Vfiifwllrz I I M EF!-I ff IQQ? 'E''1511lTlTlI.f.I.I.T..I.I.f-T11.T4'IlfflT.TlTlTlT.gT ll l 7 ll I 7 ll Ii ll I 7 ll li ll I 7 ll li ll li ll li ll If l i i l l i 7 l l i i l l i i l l i i l l 7 i l l i 1 l l i i l l i i l I : : I i l ll i l ll i l ll il ll i l ll 7 l ll i l ll i l " ll il - . ll ' , l l C' W J"S N X J 'SW QT Fx- . V7 L xx , K Y O f ff 3'fqt L I Q'h,. ,I K E X Q L I 2 -v K sw ' ' Xxffix A 4flf'X' li 1932 at X' i f ,K lf., xx:-rj f 22 The next step in the organization was the selection of a Board of Directors. The above named incorporators by virtue of their office were the nucleus of a Board of Directors which was increased by the appointment of four additional members to include the following-all good men and true-John Brennan, Arthur H. Shurts, Samuel Prentis, and Homer K. Underwood. Thus it works out that the real ownership of Mercer Field is vested in the Alumni. Every boy when he graduates becomes in a very real sense one of the permanent owners of the field. Thomas Troland was elected President, Samuel Prentis was chosen to be Graduate Ath- letic Manager and Arthur H. Shurts, Treasurer. Under Mr Shurts' guidance and skillful super- vision the association has been able to meet all cui rent expenses and provide a surplus for much Mr Arthur Shurts needed improvements at the field Treasurer Mercer field 19 used at all times by all Bulke ley teams and thus the athletes receive a splendid training in character nd health building which are essential for individual growth and well being in preparation for the playing of the game of life L MERCER FIELD K ' V 2 f ,f X .srl CCM, ff I I IIQC Stll'H lj H1710 . . . . Y . . Y Y . , , . . K - K V a - , . - , ,. ,, . .., . .5-.--.-2 4-qfafxi-ma'-Q-:crm'.f-1.f1f5s.f.--fgw.-.cg:-'--f-:v.'L-ws-1f--ga:-,-'fm re--ss.. 1, .,g.,.i.-.,.'.ff:-1 -gm ,- 1 -- N.. , , V 4 X -' N - -A A N S 1. A- ass. l i J T- ,I 141- sa . ks -. ff w.,,f1f s..kgXQ:x ,-XR. ,AXE If , ,ff -...Af ,- . sgik. ,X , K 4 A . xr . . 1 1. , . , - ' GREETINGS We extend our greetlngs to Thomfxs E Tloldnd Plesldent of Bulkeley School Athletlc Fleld Incorpolated Next November will brmg the f1tth annlxersflry ot Bulkelev Schools uqe of thw uonduful athletlc fleld The superwmon 'md m indgement of thli held 18 no Qmall problem O1 16 sponslblllty These custodlane ever Llert have shown 100 efflclency and elch ye'1r has found the plopeltv IITIDIOXCCI the flCll1t1eS extended and the treasury strengthened Behlnd such succebs there muet be 1e1l enthuelxsm and confident XISIOH upon brlghtest runbow ot good wlll and optxmwm on cutlex the chem ot the Presldent when he pre sldes at the counuls of the MQILGI Fleld Dlreetols We xlute the genlxl plesldent 1 typlczl Bulkeley Alumnus loyal energetxc and pubhc sp111ted '1 succeseful zttolney and 41 d1st1ngu1qhed Lltllliili Thomas E Tloland 10111 Llqllflj I I 1.3 47 A . L1 - Cx' a 1 1 , 1 Aw. - . A . . . , ' 1 ' ' '2 . 3 . z ' f ' '. l ' ' - S Q' . ' ., 3 , . 1 t ' . vr , 2 ' ' ' S , . ' 2 . the part of those in control. We know that the .T 2. V . r Y. K . .A 1 - fat if 4 'Q ' gs' y 1 -1- 7 S2 I 'Z - I ,Z If ' .2 3 ,lv s- 1 , ' , - ' s " 3 . K1 p kin 2 4 y I 1 .xi . 'K 1. DV4 l ,, 7 , ,' I I 1 . I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I 1 I .1 111 QI1 I1 1,1 1,1 1 1 x! L...,., 'Af Z """'-"'M"1 f'f""7""'f"77'7'f'T"'f1""'Q5"Cf"7'f, . ..., . ,W , . VM... -,.. , ,, ., -.-M ,fu 1:1 if II" ' ' It-bit.. ...,-......-. -W ,,,,,, v W- .-, 1 -1 M - ---- -A 11 ,115 LY .1 JL-L Pug: Flqllflf 0111 5. -- ...,. .,,,,1 III EI I f 31 I I1 1 I 1, 1 11 1 EI I .1 I I: I IIII x X X1 .Ji 111 .. 1 ,I 1111 1 1 11 II 11111 11 I II I1 II V '11 IX13 1 II I 1 AI I fI I. 1.1 .1 .1 1 1.165 1115.1 '11, 11 11 I I IX11 II I1 I' 1 I, I II 1 I 11111 I 11 11 I 1? II AI 1 I1 ,I' Ii 1 11 1I1 11 II 1 II 111 II 11 I I1 I I IE , I I 1 II I1 1 1 I1 I I I1 I1 1 I1 I ' 11 '1 . II I1 1 . 1 II 111 1 I1 I 1 11 II I1 1 1 I I 1 1155 1f"ffI 111 YI 11 '11 1. ff IT YI I I I VXI 'X JI 1. 1 1 11 1 .XX ' 1 11 ef 1,--1111 V171 1 IIXIW II II ' 11 1 11 .11 I1 111 I1I1I III 1 .1 . 1I ' 15 I I I 1 II 1 II 1 Ii If I II 51 1 II IE 1 I I 11 ----1-.-.... Qf.......:f.,fLQ :iff ffl .IQILM ' "Mm .1'l:l3:ff1ff,'ff ' 1- fffff,:f'-T'm"M :ff p"""a" ff., ,ff I11ff'f'ff'fi'f.'.ff'- QT'-M" ,. gfffQ:'-m""""3I K X f .Y Y.:Y1 ... -1- 1 f .um ---I 2--..,,,,..,1-,A X 1,,,,.M,-...-f ' I2 .1 M., 1" I XJ E!5iRHEL5EtHE1V' 'EDT' EKZEEEEEREFNEEZERWELZZ THE 1932 X NVHALPR E 55,51 E' .53 O :awe Q2 ?mmmH5'Hi m fL:E'1:f7T'f-f"-DIY: 5:4-'l4S,!:4O,.. fit... 35 ,D J1m,.,,?" -O O "4 5 CD !B7...fD!I154 QCAM.-4 55 U ,031 0 2.709 gb ,,, 4 WHUN 1-11:0 Qgiogfzifgf ., N -HH 5.,52,,asS?Ef- SEQSQSHQHC? 3rSsQ'5m5 E mt-+5-A2-fgnf-r'4"1" "'3ff'5'2,'L': IF' imgeffgeisf - ff 1-P51-rgm,.,"1-ft r-' -- 75" C 3 1-me-N 9979: '- -HSD 52 Hfmd 7 : g--g - - ,,. .1-H 45-lv v-1 Q0 E0 :mi .-. EOQEQS 572: 1 g54OZ -n"4 O"',, 3 515: PQHEO' ff 0 - ..- 5-rb 1 H f 'Tj or-1' 5.-+5 ... "'f5+-,F Of-'Tam f-"nc-,.,.:, P ca,-'UI 3' FD '7-!'D,1::'f-1 mmeea E-sm H2-0 ' 55: U7 ::N':.'E, rs.,-.., 7515: -f- 1 21140 H5 ,CE C r- ,TH 3" TA ,Omar Off.--' '27 M106 fm s 5't7'f2v-vu gmyqm 1- JOQESC f-+P'-'Q A ,Ho f eco? :C Ta rr 05510 ffsif E555 c 42 ' 554,203 L' A FF7-L-M7' QV C QS-70 ff NIS : 113W F ,- ,., gn,-A ru Hg K? 3.173 y- CFD 5' rf : 120 2 :Tj ,... ,,, N E25 S H5 Lf 5- HS 3 gfwg 1: no .,- ..- g 2- S'-1 35 .. rr4f-v 4 OH, r- rms- an no IJ" FDD-FD Q rg-1-4 RFSU1 TS I 1005 1006 1007 I C f I 4 J 1 1 14 1010 I 1 1 1 I I Bullxelev Bullxelex Bulkelev Bullxelev Bullxeley Bulkelew Bulk: In Bullxeley Bullxclex Bulkclev Bulkelex Bulkelev Bulkelev Bullxelev No game Bulkelev Bulkelev f 2 2 2 g2zz77zz77zzzfz N N 1' 1929 Bulkeltv 1025 Bulkelev 1024 Bullxelex 1921 Bull elev 19211 Bulkelcv 1921 Bull elu 1928 Bulkelu 1070 Bulkelu 1030 Bullxelev 1001 Bulkelcv Bullxelev Bulkelu Bulkelev Bulkelex Bulkelev Bulkelev Bullxelev Bulkelev Bulkeles Bulkelev Bulkelev Bulkelev Bulkelev Bulkelev zzzz2zzzz E5 wwewwwwwwmfg byPyPPPvPb22 ZZZ 7Z7ZZZZ7ZZZZ7Z 'T'1'U1'111'11'11"'J"T1"11W"l1"11 WWW Php Jfifhaibhflar-,vpnfyivkfkw BU! hl I I+ Y VFRQLS LH XPM KN TECH 101: 1021 The natulal 1lVdl1V hetwenn Bu1lxelev anl Chapman Tech has alwavf. been most mtenee even though lt hae been qulte buef The two schools have faced each othe1 on the Qrldnon thuteen tlmee Qmce then filet meetmg' 1n 1015 when a Hcoreleeq tle 1SQl1lt0Cl Bulkelev has won ten games Teth one and two were plaved to Qcoreless tlm Bulkelex teamx haxe accumullted 1411 pomts to 16 101 Tech Results 101u 1016 1011 1018 1018 1919 1020 10200 1021 1021 Bullxelev Bull clev Bulkelev Bull elev Bulkelev Bullxelev Bull elev Bullxelew Bull Llev Bullxelev 1 oeatlonal Vocatlonal Voeatlonal V oeatlonal N oeatlonal Vocatlonal Vocatlonal N oeatlonal X on ltlonal N ocat1onal 1920 Bulkcltv Chapman 'leeh 1000-Bullulu Chapman Tuh 1031 Bullxelev Chapman Tech Thue we1e no games pllved between 1921 1920 due to unfoltunate l11lQ1lTld61 standmge that e lated between the two Sehools We ale happv that fI'19I1CllV lela tlons have been IQ LStdl'Jll'sl'1Qi1 and the Bull elev and Chapman 'leeh teams ale able to meet once more on the 3.tl1lGt1L ilelcl I f7fZIFbQf?fi'?.3v423'.3fZQ'Y'?.3fLi8N'?5L3X"i3!12T?5f4iI''S Puqt rlqhllj fwo , 1. -' -- ' rr:rHr.,rrrrHr...r M - 1' .l ff sszztz '::::35 5 W 4 '. . V f, - 1-owne wc: '1 wmv-owoo f as 1 2 ,N . Si- Q llLlIIIlIIl1IlllII f 2 j ' Q' ff ' : - H' . V V . . 1 , P ' ya-v- My W - f f 1' ,, -W ' . ,.g f, ...,.. - ...... - . H -22 1'f'r",""f' , . 121'5i11111111111s H 0.'A"' 1 g, 1 '. . F I 1 Z I I -1 N u- 'I ' 1, .H ' :yy , -- w9N'w?99Prr9NNP9?9 1 4 -o' Ai 1-' -VM, jj .W.,. ,-A. ...A Q 5 1m--q- - 'a. +',-5 1 ' A'w' "' "' 'A' , lI1llIll11 7 1, to , , 4' 'A W 1 ' W . 4 . , . V . . rv, - -4 4.4 4 4 4 4 ,1 . 4 :1 , ,f 5 U ...Q..,. ....,.... 1 l ' 'N f Q 3 : I I I : : . : 1 'N ' 4' I, , . , ,,. fy , ' U 1 h' V, X1 ' 511 l55l?l51 1 ff ,,Z,,, tt.wwv wvwwwvwvalwwww fed A ' T xl 1' ,Z 515 mE3i11Z53 N ' "' "'ll. .lf,f.'11f11. if . mf L -N' 1a2ea1a1s3 - 1 22111132Qf11g ' 1as313z11s112 ' 1 - 'QNQO lp-2221-el ff ..-Y 11 1 111f1l '11a11s412121 Qt ' . Af '. Q , l , Q19-Ioaxw-uwco 3 . " -1, 1 3 1 E 51 5 5 1 Ld: 1 1 2 1 1 1 - 2 LA: 1 3 Q :n . . , L L - . I f- I 'T 4- .I V: gnitppgulckzioogl-IJi9llfIT' A 'f ' 1 'Q 'N 1 f ' fs' . ' 3 , . . . A 7 14 2 It- New if N f we K .... ff...2 E " ' '. . 1 PM , : x - 1-1 - . , A 1 1 1 E . .. 6 ' " N .:af..f,.."5 , -, ',, , ' Q ' ' , ....,... . V A ,ex 5 K L p CT H 1 xi H ,Q , , T- - - - A 0 ,... ...... "4 "-"' .' -'-- .-1' , W 2 'J ..S " 11::1141:zilQl5'11212sw1i A I 5 V. A 1 1 1 E 111 l 12111121 .- 1' plle'l1 'eww el ll'l 'w ' , -1 J ' 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 O0elO0f2CvNOOc:Pi'?1 N.0?':':':'1E"99?539?959 - ' 11 -4 A : ' : 1 1 : : 1 1 1 3 1 ' YA . ' t ' 11 1 ' A 1 lli13ii1 f1iE ' ' .- 1 ' ' -E w wocao-1:39069 ' ... .2 A .,,,, 4, . , , p, 1 1 H1 .4 E ' :CC , 3 .xx .a ....... of .... 5 ." 1 1 ,A ' , , 1 1 , , 1 1 1 , 4. 7 '- , . . . .........-.... , '- H A 1 Q , f -: ,lv 1.141.,....1l1 f V - - . 4 - 11: 1s22111s1se11f V' M' iisimuyhiipg 1.-. -- 1. , , .. "' 'pp '1" pQpm'we 5 , - ,I 1 '. . K1-14 -locooooo-1-wmcaxwn , 1 A 1 ' I A UM' '-'Q N """ "XjlWlx"""?' fx-I J .1 N if 1 Wax , - W mf' -...Q ff w L a, 1,:,f-: un' vV'f,wfq5z Q, ' k A ij N1 1 . wit:-jfikl, . I Q 1 ,. J w Q 1 my 7- - ww M w mf f A s '.A It M' fy Q, -sf X 'IZ 11 fl, xy ' X . ' ' 'Q if ,, A A. . - f 7 XX xx 4 ' Iwi ya A 01.64 Rx N1 x Q1-A - W4 QQ XX ' Wx 5 f 7 all if L F :S lf? Q--N ff! I1 1111 A N 1 . K N Y ' ...V n I ni In A.: A 5 'rzyr' vi, A-fl " I x THE WHALER l932 Eg EQ OOTBALL TEAM ' ' .lj 1 1 H 'S 1 1 -5' ...... ...... .... vu, vrbgxinn,-ri b?YL5Q'P??QQGJW'YQCj??' YQ Yk P gh f S XA my QE waxy X Sa S in so -M 5 M Fw? X"'S"i wgyi RUP HSRQN? JUQQ., :AQ um. xi' msn-ws Y t wx X gg, Wm ww' QS awww '---f T 851 '95- U W Q! fr ps M Q 44 Hugger-rgra-mwun an 4 WWW . Eg',z"f7nA 1-Wg ,X E FOOTBALL 1931 up L JQHQLICNK 1201 eamx 0 Q mx our 1 on and NMS M11 um o M xx um meme LIIAINDIUYINNH that Bullxdm has non Nlmc thnx 0IltL1ll'lg,, L A doubt lx Init as lue L11 NN 3,11 lt Bull L my adm In lUI'lf4l0HLL tlim vc tltlon, not 1 polnt nas Nunul .ulalrwt thgm ug ann N uma Lmountu mn xtzon Munn .Munn tuxm hom R111 4 XX 110 thx onlx two uamx to ux vue the f0I1Y'lQCtl Hlllhoube oi We-xx Haven fun the hhmlg Ndllll Stain Clxxnmmnx La N1 L oi PIOYIKIKHLQ u mlm opemd thnx 11011 xxltl Hlllhouxm 'Nlnw .uvn m 1 mgzn .11 all F om tlu opcnmg luck off Bulkelu wax out clawed hx a much hCdVlL1 team vx ho had speed .md dGLODtl0I1 m hon munnmg and blockmg Th wang Qhowk. Tho abllltv of thy Ncw Hdvan team ulex Ncuuc 1911 1.1mJxgL ln thg Lon ucmo lg t Stomngton In pu-vmux Vuux IN tram hai celeated us bx xmdll wow 1 so nun 1 vm m thc mmdx of tha Tljlil team Bulkplnw IO mmed the ODLINHQ klnk off, .md xftc .1 xeuw 0 and Whit: mmm .mc lhe mow pmt men NJYIQUINIOI to ddITllTllNt9l dcinatx cut State Lhamplons TM? EMF + 'X 1 lmu SlHdNhGN had CIONNOII the BIOXXII god lmc 1'ou1 tounhdoxxns we L num u ll nom X neu wuux u 7 0 'x ir L OACH O BRIEN 5STGERMAINA J""-':.1qsQfs+ mm Ma? lullv s M Rvsqqmw .N if quam Wg ,S X 5 E? -R i Q5 xx S We b SX ak 1. -5734 xv I CA OH 4 SQ K Uwe: Wh HALEFTIRAS Q X' fa., Q Kar .1 9 as i f' f , ns.. M1 a mg W 1 X31 i'7k ,Q Xfwmq BERNSTEI N 5 'ws . N .2'. H2 s I . 1 f .LY Q f-w i X, 51 - .V vi 3 .3 nba, ,Q t , K '14 if .R ' . QA,-Qwfgfg--,iz -' . f, X - -S ' . 4 , Ziff V 1 9- A WI l:gfh,i V M V . fig -by 4 , M V li V . in . I - 1 .m x , i.. q : , Q K N 1 lj' .Ty , X. l l Z' Q? A . .4 e H - , ' ,, I N 3 Migir iz? A ,Q QV . X, W XL xi Q . V r K fwkffavqf, 5gh 4'fw: 43+ f fj: t X ff V x V , '45 3 an v . W xzrx fl A , i s ,. 'ff , M M I. , -. ZW J 1 'N " " fs b tx L 1' 1 th 1 1' " 1 .' 1 'I j - t ' : 1 th K 1 ' ui. ' if - 1931 edition ripped 'md t ' X ' ' :hyd M W tl V- " j I il - H 'xt - 1' -' 1 - ' . sl I A . l0z1g'u4- in WSH. 5 X NOL ' " ' .' to the L' 'z l'ln'o Of 1 ' Q f'-z iil th- . ' i' 'X ' I '- fs 'rh 10' ,Q in t'1:Q.'s A A ' 1-L-41. ,, Tl Q .Q - v- H- '1 4 -- '- -mu j ig, b ' ' '1 " 'sl 1, 'I '1 - j ' ,- 5 , XX K X ? . 1 v , Isl. ' ' . , ' 1 ' . ku ll: .:' at L. 1 V H. V Q ' I ' .1 t . nf. ' .u I. . EY , . ', t ' ' ' ' '. 11 Q' '-, 18-0, . , .A . L 2 :LMI :QQ-3, u . - gt. .' . 1 tl . Y- ! 1 - , I '- - r X A ' s f 1 '1 ' , a 1' mm .' ' ' . ' ' s , " .QZZV , X N .rss A an ff' th -' -' " 1 ' ' f .' -' ' P' ' S 21111 Q V 552 xw vfwQ 5"!xV X '.' --N . H ' 55 "I:' 4 Sf? ' .' ' A I s ' ' ' y n ' , . . I ' . 1 . . , L, V I-1 5 b ff q Q , S - W- - - 1 tl - - U11 ' tf .4 -- 1. 5 K 1 , . 9 Q ' . ' . LT- . E 1 C . 1 . ' U, 5' B 36 ,.g. A -K Q K K it . R K ,, ' 5 WWW-1-uma, -Q ' ,gf '? ' 1 4 ' ' , U n A U ' - I , , ,4 z V 1, E Z un' Over 'lt Westerlv rn a battle iought rn tht mud Hullxcltv tlrrrrrnattd therr rrroet lrrttcr rr val for tht thanrrrronxhrp bv 0 su Our touchdowrr tame 18 or result of 1 lonfw paw Murphv to Bultnskr Bullteltvx runnrrrg, at taclt whth hld funttroned rrertcctlv In thc Storrrngton game was hampered bva wet fleld The tolloxxrng Saturdav Bulktley went tr Wrndhrrrrr to be guestx ot honor xt the dtdrca tron of a new field The dtfenerwe plavrng ot lroth te rm were out standing .and rt was not untrl the thrrd quarter th xt Bulkelev stored bv rnecrns of an rntertepttd pam bv Brooks xxhrth putd the wav to the long touchdown Thx score was 6 0 Agarrrst T3S1llL Corch Ollrren itrrted hrs second team for the purpose oi ,frarrrrng e rrerrtnu Iawrllt qurnklv stored two touch downs and then the regulars were sent rnto the contest Bullttlev had the tonQol1tron of 210111111 onte bv IYHRHS of a recovered fumble L Xlllle Then trrrre the flame wrth Tech Our crtv rrvale put up '1 stubborn bqttle rn than trurt ew fluast lor XlLtOlV and htld 1 Vflstlx u mrror Hulkelev tcarrr to but two touehdowns Ont touchdown naw made on .1 50 v rrd run bv Broolw md the other on a xuxtdrned drrve or' 110 xards when Bullxtltv let loose an rtsort 11161173 Of Dl'lSS th'1t had dectrrtron mower and spied Tht frnfll score 12 0 'MQW 1 1 ' A' ' f2+f'fW-ff-w::'T1ii I A If N dv W I ,M gh, V r '25-K 4? Q- 34.3 N 1 .tm 1 -ff"f'+ mf? 'bf V' 3 5 5 .1 r , A f wwf-+.f ,fLv.'f'l12.evkr.iM""?f M t,r..,.....m..M...M T... A H Buzelvsnl E.BRoo14s o ALM E U Ljljir ' ,'9I1w VARSITY LINE-UP Centers Johnsen Carney Guards Ifattori Aimetti E. Buzenski Tackles Bernstein Kiernan Woodworth Ends St. Germain O'Connor H. Buzenski Backs Murphy Smith Haleftiras Stead Brooks Davis i me . ,ff r-f :.gr,:fraiff,nA1 4 . , -1 C-.. , .V ,,,,-,-,is 4.1.1.1 , . .. 4 in X W5 f' Q5 : Hg X, ,mf '.- f-:Wilt R ' - -- -A - - '12, Mix' t tgiifl -1 wif . . ., ,iaiiiiiffi PRIOL -' - .. 1-:ww .- '-avg:-'rr-'-, V- - rG"'....""'ZTfI1 f we ' 1 V 'Vfflv'-L' . o, if in f54'3?2,p31rl-,,.25-f' pq --'fawb-.kv----.ffgZfyf ' W Xk1S4fEg,,.5,ifffgmmffi' D1 XeS?Qg.j5is1f'if:R of z r H 1 4-Div:-n t' I H' m:'1.:.,,-id, 'r J-. -' '-X .- f wffifffil 1.1 or K ,, ',-23 f F' . ,fi lc 'W 51 :lf Yi' 'fx fi: F541 iff" f'f?l'7- fl' 1'ffx7?1'fLf'5Q5f'Y if Q. ' XKXQX Qi 3 152- Qi'-'gf f:r41"'.' fp " ,f . -, .y . M' is-'e .az-,vw -:Q ll xv,--W., L 'A fs? H M l-.Xv,':1?.,y.,. v 1 'i l f Jspxfl, ,- .J 9 a , + .1-,f. . ff X -' ,ff ll " 'w-1 ,i".,f-' -'-'Aix 'l,,A.. Q., .., x up I ,:lxj:,!17,,T,, pr 17 K ' 'VJ :Mu ig,W,t-N,,': -W , X . 5 , .,..inv.,' 315 my NNW' il 'M f , 'l,!'7s1.'1 X-My l 25.51 M 5319-, 'K Y 1 L I' aim i lg 'fa 'SD -X s-Q,46L,gi,:uf'1gag,h 1' ' Warren Harding, a contender for the state championship, was one of Bulkeley's most formidable opponents. Filled with confidence, they started an unmerciful onslaught to score early in the first period. Bulke- ley accepted this challenge and came back to score two touchdowns, once in the third quarter and again in the fourth when Haleftiras returned a punt and dashed 50 yards for the winning score, when there were but 14 seconds to play. Norwich came to Mercer Field and received a 28-0 defeat. Our old iival was at no time ever in a scoring position. The Bulkeley line played superbly, our backs ran hard and formed perfect lnterference Four touchdowns, a safety and two points after touchdown accounted for the Bulkeley points On Thanksgiving Day Bulkeley met and defeated Robert Fitch High School of Groton, 6 0 Bulkeley supporters were amazed at the low score to which Bulkeley was held However, Bulkeley made four times as many first downs as their opponents and to show their defensive ability they held the Tanageis for downs on the four yard line Coach 0 Brien deserves a great deal of credit for this splendid 1931 Championship Team Mr Balentine performed a most valuable seisice by coaching the Junior Vaisity Team, which xx as undefeated - " 1 s mtg-. na-X21 1 , - .4 wx. - Y,-f,...c-.. f 111 4 .ffzwfll 1 ff N !:9If3if1?ffIf5'-Z' 4" x 5 sz H. ,qiwf ,,,,,,,,, Wim mm skew' if ravi ffwgg is A 1415 leap C ARNEY i -+0-Gui-'fl .gxx 1 X1 .Vx .Y 1 F. 1 ,1 , . , . .. ,, ,,.,, -1. A. 1. 1.1.- , - . .. . ..1. , 1., ,. . . ., I. -1 7 N. X X f R 'x UAD SQ FOOTBALL x f 1 X. xvx' ff' , XMQ 1 Ulu 5' P11011 111111111 111111 T, rf, r ,, . ,V x, VU 5-1A ills Q 4,103 I , A, 111 1 ,.x. -L' If. , , , 1,- 'xl' f . Ax. , . .1 L . ' 4-, -1311 NX ' 7 J Lf' 1,1 11- N1 r- 1 X ',X H71 1 1 lyk." 1 1 fr ri-' , 1 N1, . V, , . kv Pf- ., I X VT , -N1 11 rjs F ' 'Q 1 1, 'J1 14 1.11 .' N I 1 JW 14:-f X 1 -1 Ni '7 AQ rj. T' 7 6 .31 Mg Lf' . .1 L x1 If 1 1 .- 6 1 51' 2 If Xb ,A M fi 1, ,111 -Q1 kf 11. FAX X ..: 1.4 f 53. 1 QA 32 ri. 1' x . N 1 YJ1 ,1 kr Ay ' . ts . 1 4 . , K 'A If ' Y 1 T ' ff 71 CN Q 7' a". L9 1 . 1 L 1 N' ' ,. 1. f.: . 5'. .Vw Q12 J- 1- 1 , m XX 1' fl ,T 47,7 ' -1 x ' f. .T 'x .f ' -K ' '4 ,X 1, ,gf X., r, ,Y ' 145' -xx f wg ,fi X ' ' -5 1 1-' jg, 'X N'-'w 1 ,F-gif K -Aff ,71F'f+-gf 9" pei, K- jf jf' X5 u THE l932 X f WHALER 'Rf Football 1909 The Fditois of the Whalei haye discoy ered among some old files a photograph of one of the Pulkelcy football teams of years gone by which we h ue reproduced because it seemed ot special interest at the present timc Shea of the class of 1909 who was an excellent leader and a courageous ilayer. On this team there were six P.G.s who had completed their three year course' Captain Shea O Neill lord Viets Flynn and Troland. The picture shows the entire squad sixteen strong. There was the first team and two line substitutes and three extra men for the back field. Viets and Noble were the heay yweight members of the squad. They played tackle and weighed about 190 lbs. each. The back field was light. Tioland a quarter back weighed 104 lbs. Prince was light and fast playing half back and quarter back and became captain of the 1910 team. This team played two games with N. F. A. The first one played in New London on October 23 1909 resulted in a tie score of 12-12. Bulkeley supporters carried on a lot of controversy in the newspapers over this game because of a claim that the time keeper had prolonged the game to enable Norwich to tie the score. There was only one time-keeper provided for in this game and he happened to be the manager of the Norwich team. Arthur McGinley writing in The Day about the matter stated A diessmakei s testimony is not necessary to show that the time keeper was bi zsed. Bent on revenge the team went to Norwich to makc a mighty effort but on their home field the Norwich boys turned Bulkeley back by a score of 17-b. Earlier in the season Bulkeley and Manual Train- ing played a tie game 0-0 and Bulkeley defeated Windham 18-6. Shea later played football for Middlebury College and Fly nn for Rhode Island State. 32114359 Page wiizwfy 1'3v .2 T5 .2f2:m..' 0'-YQ .2423 L32 .4355 q32..43zb7' q ?'Pi 0 WI -2- .,,.. I Q1 , Y A lv c 3 P - J ' as 4 7 'rw 7 W K Q T" J ' C , . 5' The Bulkeley football team of 1909 was captained by Michael F. Y I I f I 1 'I by I LS I 7 Y A A , ' O L f ' v l 1 , v P y 1 T ac as I A A A I K C n n L c Y ' 7 Y K Y I I 7' 1 L i 9 I i 1 ' I A C- 1 t , . . . , . n L' , . ' I , . , . J ' K 3 K Y K, , . I ax v 9 3 K 7 if , ,Y , 7 x nnpn C L. S gk ,, X 7 J r 9 I K X , A A 1 . , . I . A BASEBALL 0556 VQISUQ CHAPMAN TECH Mav the beQt man xx 1n BULKEI EY Z Paqc 111111111 one u 3 l 1 N 1 1 V 1 - , ".' Qlyf 1 1 ii -2-X4 Ni ,ffif ff si ,aff .,. ' t THE MIM 1' 'll , milf ef ll-Ml WHALER Nlljlllq' Tl X 1 Xml' L Lf'?i"fm X lf ff - . Iasizf-1,117 ' 'fgi-1s,., ,-,f IQLQZ1 ink ??2": ' 4312 1 U I l l ' , l , - . ' '3 l - . A Q l ar ts I MAX l 1932 UQX Wx ,ll f N4f fx W KS JJXXM fl , 'JN ,ffffy BASEBALL 1931 The baseball team of 1931 wh1le not the conference champlons were worthy of consldelable ment1on They were runnera up for the coveted honor fimshlng second to a better Chapman Tech team The squad was agaln under the O Brlen reg1me the same that won the champlonshlp a 5ea1 DFCVIOUB We opened the season wlth Pratt Hxgh of Essex Wlth Frank Ham md C ene Callahan Qhouldermg the D1tCh1l'1g burdens the T1ger team won easlly Thus the Bulkeley team achleved thelr firet trlumph of the year Ther came the confelel ce opcnex xx 1th Stonlngton at Mercer Fleld The Bulkeley hlttera showered the Stonlngton pltchers W1th 25 hltq one 1 home run by Joe Murphy The contest was lndeed a 1'?l"'1Ql1I'G for the Orange and Black Qupportera The score 25 7 Pulkelev then defeated Westerly 1n then second conference t1lt 11 9 The prox erb1al rock plle almoqt came mto actxon durmg the closlng mm uteb of the game Th1S vlctory marked the thuteenth stlalght w1n fo1 Bulkeley 111 19 0 and 1931 ' 'd'wW"9' ' Page nincfy-two NSk,jQ5Q1x. G5 THE WHAUIR '9-52 EEK kfiblxkf " .ff X UAD LL SQ BASEBA X 'Q Z wx fx R JK 2 R K G 'E NR gf 2 E9 2 C3 SX if --uo""""c'55 'wi' BA ....... ....,... 29 ...... ......, :I , qi ,,.,.. EP ..., ,....., ,li ,...,.. Er ....... tg, i ,' Q X N' f X, l 4. - K , a A v ., , . , 4 I 7 -A M , - w H , 7 .' ,, i f' , , I K ,, X xx x Y, I' f gl ff lr, Y! J sim Y, ' w rl J, ' w A L fu, ff ' t ' , LEIJ xlsug ' , - Wk ' ' P? V af ' . ' 1 ' N , V v .ll ip, ' .- 1 , , - A 5' :wr Q.. 4 V N' law ,W Vw hm 4 I Q ' 4 ' 1- 344411.41 film, U ' -' . f' ....... rn, 'EG' ...,,.. 11 . QT ...... Pmfrbew .rf ..,. Zin, .11 ..K... 21, ri? .rr ... .,.. Q, TG' .ff ........ fr, 'fi y THE K S! Lag BWV WHALER N Q ' X Nl 6' Mggt l932 -ASX 4,253 XNMX Xxlm 1 1, ri f ff x 'fc X X 'A :Q, ! 173 ff? 1 fdfffyj 1932 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Wed Ap11l 13 Pratt Sat Apr1l 16 Stonlngton Wed Apr1l 20 Westelly Sat Apr1l23 N H Commerclal Tues Aprxl 26 Plalnfield Sat Aprll 30 N H Commerclal Wed May 4 F1tCh Sat May 7 Tech Wed May 11 Sat May 14 Tues May 16 Sat May 21 Wed May 25 Sat lVI1y 28 Mon May 30 Stonlngton Norwlch fpendlngp Norwlch Plalnfleld I+ 1tCh Tech Sat June 4 H1llhouse Wed June 8 Westerly Sat June 11 Crosby Sat June 18 Alumnl home xway home fm ay away homc home home away home home home home home aw ay home home I ollowlng the Westerly game came the W1ndham contest Bulkeley s heldlng was qu1te remarkable and thelr hlttlng equally as good Th1s Was the -th1rd V1ctory for Bulkeley 1n the conference The score 7 5 The next Week Bulkeley played thlee strong, teams The fust W IS W1th Roxbury P1 ep and proved d1sastrous to the Tlgers Theu VVll1111l'1g, streak was broken by a team composed of much older and more expeu cnced playels The score 11 9 The second game of the Week was xx 1th Branfold Thls was one of the closest games oi the year played by the Orange and Black and mentlon should be made of the pltchlng duel be tween Gene Callahan and Carden Goo Brennan h1t safely foul times at bat and Joe Murphy d1d llkewlse The SC016 3 1 wth Bulkelev on top speaks fol ltself It was evldent that the two games Wexe a llttle too much for the T1gers and consequently they lost to Choate 13 1 H1tt1ng was free 1n th1S contest Wlth Bulkelev collectlng, 10 hlts to 13 for Choate 1 Q- -7 -1 'ova' 3 rv 1 7 Pccgr nzncfzi foul u If sw ,ll --:F-tv 5 in fzgyigfsfgif 'J I A737652 x 1 , XA- lk 'RS 3 1 I Nia' 'A' " . . ' 'lx an ! f' 5 1, A- Nix ' , C K 5, L , , NX , L9 J. 1 XXQQ f ..--11 1 f Y gl 1. Xl.-' fw :il ,T -.141 Q ' ' - xr 0 rx ,ll ' 1 tiff X. 592 X N ,Nfff Lf!f' X . it , f ' 1714.5 ' ,SL-. Y ,ff I X x K? - .1 -' -'F X . ', 9- ix G jf, Engl ' t , 'f-'jf ,ff N 'gp ' , I 1' .1 -1 Q:-3, ,, , ,X 1 , -ff,.g-Q1 A -'-.4751 - . L lUImQ l U 5 S . ' 3- ,,,.,,,A,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,A,,,,,,,, at Q N - 1 i ' . - ............1..rss..sss..,,.....,.....s,..1sss.,.,........ 2 - 1 5 . ' - T S ssss.ss..ss..ss.............l.ssss..,.ss,.sss......... at 2 - . ' - . . ' .V,o..,.o.......,....,o..oo,oo,,..,Vo,,.,,..,, . Y 2 - 1 - E L' W ------4--------------------------------------.------..-.Y YYYC C 2 . - - ' s - I T . . .,,.,...,,,.,,,,,,,1,,-,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, at 3 i - -- ' g.....A.sss..gsss.s......... ..ss.sss. .s.l.....s.,..sssssssssssss.. a t home ' - - . AV.A,.... ..........1ggg...g........,7.,,,.V,..,.. .,s11,ss.ssss.sss z 1 t - ' - ' .....44..Agg..gg.....,.....sss,ss.............ss.l.,.. at - . - ' ....gg..........g...ggg,..ss.....s ...ss......s...ss..sss.,.. z rt 2 a I . - ,,,,-,,,.,,,,,Ae,,,,V,,w,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Yrrrgdlgrrrr 3 t E - 2 - 2 ....,.....g...............4.ggg......s sssss,s.,......ssssss,s,.. a t . - .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y, .,v,,,-A,,.,,-,w,-v,,,,-,-YYY,YYYV,-,--- A -at E - - ....Y......7..VV.gssV.......s.g.....,.... 7..........,.,..... a t . 5 . 1 K ---------7YYYYY'---P,----'--iiii,---,-AAAAYVV7'-ww---VVY----Y77V f Y' Y E ' . - . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,,.,,,,VYVV ,YVY-,,--.,.AYYVVYV--VVY----Q 3 t E ' - - ------,gg-g.gggg....................ggsgg so g,...,,,l.,,,,.l at 1mDxmm nnm:nmmruxmmmnnnmwn1murmnmmnnmnmm1Ummunmmnnnmm15 f ' ' , 7 s I y - 1 ' f . . ' ' 2 S . V u .K S . T X. 1 . . T A 'Ai' nw , - v V' V' ' ' I .nv . K ' , v - , J.: V l K L 1 , ' . . . - - f Q-A w f 1 f ,f sul If yi f,'54s-.SNJ T47 H S if Nxxxx JW fl! Wi THE ' Q Nm -' ,f,.wf, Z:--.. WI fi,4w"+Q ff? I 1 .-X NE: XQQ. AV-Z4 ff y t M - t X QW! .. .- ' .JH ' M2 WHALER Wiiiii X51-'Tfi 22 1 :ii ,mt-., gb si ' - 3350? ii 1, js 1932 s-J 'sg it X 'fl 7 ! 'f' eff?-sa Wa' 'xx X5 ' l ZX4' NVQ M 14,5 ' ffiiwf ff 1 -1' Siafw.. ,,...,t-.Lf-f lx :Jffi 'T ' U . -. y .' . NQVMXM fix fy J YN fwffb Bulkeley next encountered and defeated a strong team in Ciosby of Wateibuiy Bulkeley held the edge all the way up to the ninth inning, xx hen the visitors staged a six run rally Callahan and Haleftiras were assigned to the mound Frank Ham hit a home run and Dan Barker col lected three hits The final score 10 7 Then came the first Tech game The Tigers still undefeated in con teience warfare beat Tech 6 1 Gene Callahan pitched the third game of his school career against the Red and Black and allowed them but one hit Goo Biennans fielding was quite eminent with Stead and Halef tu as hitting to perfection In the e ond Stonington game the Tigers faced a completely re ised Brown and White team and Bulkeley received their Inst conference defeat of the year 4 3 The game was tightly played and the lead shift Ld from one team to the other as the game progressed Bulkeley out hit then oponents but was unable to hit in the pinches The Tigers still feeling the sting of their defeit from Stonington walloped the Norwich Free Academy all over Mercer Field to the stag ffering score of 10 1 Callahan proved to be the star of the game hitting., thiee singles out of four times at bat and when in the box pulled the Tigers out of many tight places Brennan Rowley and Les Williams caused the Norwich pitcheis to iegret their presence on the Tiger team Windham succumbed to a deteimined Bulkeley team at Willimantic by the score of 9 4 Only fifteen batters faced Callahan up to the fifth nn1ng and not one reached first base Bulkeley collected sixteen hits to VVindham s four all of which shows the competence of our pitcher. The second Academy game was not so easily taken by Bulkeley sup- porters for Norwich triumphed. in a hard fought battle, 3-2. The con- test went twelve innings with both teams playing excellently and at times "above their heads". It was by far the most spectacular league conflict of the 1931 season. Such games as these tend to recall to memory thc ancient rivalry between the two schools. The Tigers suffered another defeat on the day following the Academy disaster. This time Deep River played the role of victor and Bulkeley the vanquished. Mention should be made of Hagan of Deep River who pitched a marvelous game for the winners, keeping the Tigers just where he wanted them. The score 5-3. 1T""Y"l'fDYcW'l'l"'1""P" Y Page rzincfy-f1'1'u 4 5 i ' jg' L CJ . ,fi-N,,,f,ff' -Jl:i- ,.,, .,..,,4.g:-1 I '-'.Q'Qf 1 - X XXX 4 W ,Am 1932 Q52 if 'ES ,jf M 7 fw'J mf: ff454 D The second encounter with Tech was a direct opposite of the first Tech excelled Bulkeley in every department of the game and credit IS due to Hewitt of Tech who pitched a fine game and also to his mates Cascio and Wickson who greatly aided Tech with their constant hitting Halef tiras Murphy and Johnsen played well for us This defeat placed Bul keley in second place but such is the way ball games go Bulkeley emerged the victors in a ten inning fray at Mercer Field gainst Westerly This game was packed with thrills and excitement Frank Ham pounded out a home run Once more the Tigers returned to their high caliber of ball playing The final counting was 7 6 In the last game of the year the Tigers defeated Hillhouse of New Haven Callahan pitched and turned in a fine performance while his mates hit freely The final score 5 0 At the Hnal league standing Chapman Tech led the conference with Bulkeley a close second Letter men this year John Brennan George Stead Eugene Callahan Daniel Barker George Rowley Henry Buzenski Leslie Williams Arthur Johnsen Joseph Murphy Fred Shurts Pericles Haleftiras Frank Ham Mgr. Howard Fern Baseball prospects for 1932 are exceedingly bright. In addition to several stars of last year's team we will be strengthened by the presence of valuable newcomers among the low ranks. Coach O'Brien will be able to develop a formidable nine, a terror to our friendly rivals. Mr. Balentine will render his assistance, primarily as pitchers' coach. He has the distinction of being Lafayette's varsity pitcher with a most enviable record. qQ"i"""faYc1'l'l'Tl""7 Y Page 111'11el'y-sis' 'C:495s.w ,f"':'-my yff f ffff If 4. -xxxszzi If ' lag! . ' -' YXN Q i' SX KK' A f v, ., P wx x XF , f MQ W':Q::" ff- N V4 -P.: , ,,,J'fkW' fb45A TRACK X N X X fi' W X fm, 'ix 4 5 f-Z' faggwl X ,gf- ffyp ,ff ""4-7,31 jf ? wunqhs -:H 'H-. 'War 'nfl cv- 'v'1 Y 1' lj fl 36 V QQ it X- XJ m. XX I 3 ",,v1 gy! AXX W X gy X X5 LX ,' fi 107 NX V., X XF- I 'L !,! C., XX ,T icrf 117 i , f, . - .,". lg-317: xl "!5f J if V ' V f ' wr ' Lx: 1.135 .' 'V Q'-VX X 4 I .D :L X X mf' 7 gm f ' 3, I , f- I . ' - I , ff' if 'X ? X gx, VP," -. J ft 6 Gwilx' , - ,CASA -. N 1 -JK f k L .' !- ffl j ' , 11:4 . ' fl lt. Y A 711 1 lv av f M an .1 1 ,331 A A m ,V .5 55-- -gljf IQ ,, M ,r ,v7 . ,f ,ll W, 1' I, 1 Y xg' ,- V. '- tv" -' ' ' . ' fksgi: 5, 7' I - 'Q , , I ,Q , ' 1. 1 14 4" K T .f - X V 1 T I A4 f A ' 4 I , "iii " A' fi' 3522? V yr" nrfgf' ' Las?" -3 .' N , ' A - gf ...hr ' Irlqf nun flj fight TEAM CK TRA -. n , -WMV W, 4 , V, . ,X ,NWN X , , s7sS'i"' f 'N yr "Il" gf' ,J W1""'Zs..js-' k 9 THE Rh Jlff' 1, N N M 1 r 7 Mc WHALER by l X xii' X HNX I fl AQO 1932 'flgjlx fi px ff f I TRACK Bulkelev was represented on the track bv one of the most formrdable teams rn the school history Thrs team of 1931 came through to wrn two School champronshrps namelv the out of state contest at the Rhode Island State Inter scholastrcs at Krngston and for the second successrve vear the Eastern Con nectrcut and Vtestern Rhode Island League Mr Hanrlen assumed a leadrng part rn puttlng such a magfnrfrcent team rn the field At the begrnnrng' of the season he had but verv few veterans but wrth these and a large number of eagzer candidates he suc ceeded rn moldrngr a team that was worthv of men tron rn anv meet The season opened wrth Frtch Hrgh of Groton Thrs was the first rrreetrng of thc two teams on the track Bulkelev won 76 39 by takrng seven firSt places rn addrtron to the relav In the second meet Bulkelev overwhelmed Norwich Free Academv 46 37 Thrs vrctorv marked the erghth consecutrve defeat that Bulkelev has handed to N01 wich on the track Carlton Alm starred for Bulkeley bv capturing: three first places Reldv Ferrrer L Brooks J Prrolo and L Prrolo took frrsts ln therr respectrve events Chapman Tech was defeated bv Bulkelev bv the score of '70 38 However the meet was much closer than the score rllustrates Te h had two outstandrng performers rn Dolan and Olsen Doreshevrch broke the Bulkelev school record rn the ravelrn whrle Olsen broke the conference record for Tech rn the drscus After subdurng therr two foremost rrvals the team entered the Rhode Island State meet frlled wrth con trderr e and enthusrasm Thev scored a most sensa tronal vrctorv bv wrnmng the meet wrth ten pornts more than therr nearest competitor Frtch John Prr olo won the hundred and Dan Ferrrer won the 120 and 220 vard hurdles respectrvelv Alm Rerdy and Doreshev ch were pornt getters along wrth W Brooks Sepowrtz Loftus and Ferrrer The latter four pulled a surmrse bv wrnnrng all four places rn the hammer throw Wrth one champronshrp won the Trgers set about to wrn another Thev fulfrlled therr determrnatron at Krngston wrnn ng' the Eastern Connecticut West ern Rhode Island League Meet Alm E Brooks and John Prrolo took first places The relav team con srstrng of Rerdy E Brook J P l d L P l QAP1 UN FERRIER won that event decrsrvelv S no 0 an no O The next week the Trcers lost to a well balanced team from South Manchester Our opponcnts tool nrne out of twelve first places Bulkelev was onlv able to wrn the Z'0 drscus, and rclav The score 68 36 In the last meet of the season, Bulkelev lost a hard fought meet to Warren llardrng The Trgers succeeded rn wrnnrng everv runnrng event but were not so fortunate rn the freld Tubbs, Rerdy, J Prrolo, and Davrdson ran well The score, 45 58 Letterrrren thrs vear are J Prrolo, Davrdson, W Brooks, Ferrrer, Rerdv, E Brooks, Alm, H Smrth, Tubbs, L Prrolo, Sepowrtz, G Splnner, Doreshevrch, Loftus, Stefanslcr, A Johnsen, Mgr Daren Page nmcfu mm' .Qjf 1, f -:.,.i1Wf. !3,1 Q- t':1fr,fEt xj :xx !yl!,',fz"':f.,x 2, Z1 , , I llbb. Qtij ff t " KXLQS. LJ I ix , D QL ' R," xh - hx c, mn .alsah car ' 1 ?'lx.a- X 'E - ' v f an f t T Cross Country Team Handleapped bx the loss ot ten ot elexen lettei men the 1931 Cxoss Lountry Team was mostlw of lovwei cl issmen There were but two Sen IOTS on the te im and it was found imposslble to retain the Lonfelence title non last xeai at 'Nlorxxlch The season opened faxolably foi the Tigers by wlnning., over Ston ington on oui oun eoulse Following this xlctorx came decisixe defeats It the hands ol Nolvsirh Then it Lebanon lxmin Memorial High xx on by a perfect store Ch 1pm tn Teeh defeated us on their course and a tew days later Bacon Academx did likewise Westerlx on their course vxon by fx decisixe score At the completion ot the season the league meet was held on the Tech couise and the xx ell balanced N I A team were xictoiious Although the season was not wholly successful one must not ox er look the fact that neanlx the whole te im will run next yen and the tol loving year In one ot the Xe us we expect to see the championship re stored to Bulkeley Letter men this Wtdl were Paul Tubbs clptain John Newcomb Ilmes Collins Irxlng Bronltsky and Manager W tteis White I fl r I nm: - ' 4- X v 1 ' V Y ' Q , . 1 I X . L. , V T w A L 4 I f 7 1. 4 ' L y v' ' ,- - 2 K1 ' Y u v. A I 3 2 I 6 y A-I 2 X .1 . v 4 vkv 1 1 f 3 tv . . I v'Av . V K1 LY, ' 1 L1 v C 'tw' 7 kv I. I S L1 I A A , . 1 1 1 - v - , 4' 1 v , 1 Q - lv v x 2 v' ' Y :Z - 1 ' - " ' , ' , j iz ' I ,' e ' ' ' ' .' ' - , ' lv AT. . y I . Avy 2 1 ' ' v , George Cables, Russel Looby, Ed Wojcoski, Wilbur Ray, Louis Esposito, 5 3f:4:? l- .,rQ- ff- :-- 7 7 -'5-1 7 T' V - ' gf' mir' I f'1'fl N i i YV N I H X S ' Q W WHALER mx M E kifmm 7 ,ZKNF ,541 HCCKEY Durlng the wlnter of 1930 31 hockey was 1ntroduced as an 1nter class sport under the competent supervlslon of Mr P Henry Shay E fhuslasm for the game was held at a hlgh p1tch throughout the season and consequently there was llttle dlfflculty found for each class to be repre ented on the ICG The strong Jumor team showed thelr super1or1ty by gomg through both rounds undefeated ThlS playxng won for them the honor of 1nter class champlons After them came the Sophomores Sen1ors and Fresh men 1n that order The members of the w1nn1ng Junlor team were H H Smlth C Woodworth Johnsen St Germaxn A Gagnon F Shurts R Reed H111 RHCIHG Thls year hockey w1ll begln as a mmor sport and the 1nterest man1 fested 1n the 1nter class league has shown that Bulkeley w1ll put forth an est1mable representat1on Games are scheduled wlth Connectlcut schools wlth the 1dea 1n v1ew that hockey w1ll become a lastlng sport at Bulkeley The weather w1ll play a large part 1n determlnlng whether the games can be played and many of the games have been scheduled away wlth the poss1b1l1t1es of playlng on better 1ce The varslty team began thelr schedule wlth Morgan Sm1th Henry Qmlth and Alfred Gagnon 1n the front l1ne and at the defense posltlons Arthur Johnsen and James St Germaln w1th Carl Woodworth 1n the goal The reserve llst conslsted of Marlowe, Roche, Rac1ne, F O'Connor, Lang don, L Sm1th, Barker and Shurts Although hockey at Bulkeley w1ll be 1n 1tS mfancy, we are most sure that the season w1l,l be successful The hockey team has already played a few games and has exhlblted 1ts exceptlonal ablllty, although handlcapped by the lack of ICS and there fore practlce Nevertheless, accordmg to the commentary of the New Haven Reg1ster our hockey s1x 1S one of the most able scholastlc aggrega txons to make 1tS appearance IH an arena th1s season 1 Y "v'1'r9Yc""" v Page one hzmdved one fir If I H - A S-.5 xi .1-, 3 41, , .. ' N X , , y Q 1 .I xix ww' f , J. Xxx 5 .L 1 x ' I' - x me T as '-.4 N 21 'if fck Ql ' - . A ,,- fyii nf X nfl. I 1 'I Y: , y Q xx- i?Q - jf, N11 N, j jllgsg I 932 ggffbbi f J ff N. XS- I ' 16, ' ,T-ew I.,, I X X.. Q , I , XJ, X . ESS "f, 1' '73 -If ,H . -4 Kale-1 lf ' 1-9? T ' . . - y . , - ' ' . . . n- s ' . ' r v ' v K v - I 1 - y " 1 ' ' ' v 0 , . k . Y . . y . . L W. yr if fXNf4 l ,f YQ Sf' ,f -I v U N ,, og- fa ,V X X Q ,g U 4 ' slrlf 'Q J' 51 so L. - ,I ,Q ' " N' ' l ' xgfn r . ill 1-'mf W 1 N fa A 'fx ' .I mi ' X: .SJ - 'vvip 'iglffli y .M XMAW '932 szf-Ss. Wx yf ,tr gtxxv L If 'ga-N sux-L : L 11,11 ,gf . :--',,f 1- fi -f d. 1 11391 s ,' . g 7. - Q - - , 1 a K , . . 1 I . l . ' , , - . D - ' a L A ' o k a u A 1 r ' , ' . 6 . 2 . l - . U . . 3 , , ' . ' ' EQ C . t L. . . QR-L4,Mm ,Ds ,Q QF- 3,441 BASKETBALL The second year of basketball at Bulkeley was begun in 1931 A suc ce sful season was en1oyed by the team as there were only three defeats registered against them Opening the season with the Alumni the Tigers showed promise by vsinmng decisively 41 10 The first scholastic encounter was with Pratt It was a spectacular game dominated by fast passing and footwork W1th Vlurphy and W Brooks leading the attack Bulkeley won 32 19 Bulkeleys next victim wasl Fitch The Tigers won by the score of 39 19 Charlie Brown was outstanding in his accurate shooting and equally as brilliant was the passing of Haleftiras Stonington fell before Bulkeley s fast passing and Fitch did likewise 1 few days later Although the second Fitch encounter was much closer than the first the Tigers were never in danger Then came the first defeat of the year for the Tigers at the hands of Plainfield Our oponents had skill in every department of the game The score 31 21 Bulkeley again proved superior to Pratt this time winning by the tremendcis score of 73 28 Ernie Brooks played well on the defense Bulkeley avenged their first Plainfield defeat by the score 27 16 Up at Norwich the Tigers defeated the Academy in a thrilling game 32 28 The lead shifted several times and it was not untill the final quar ter that Bulkeley forged ahead The Tigers won easily over Stonington for the second time 52 15 Phe second team played a large part of this game and showed the11 ability to be able to replace the varsity A strong Chapman Tech team edged out the Tigers 18 17 It was one of the closest games of the year for both schools Murphy Halef tiras and W Brooks played very well foi us Bulkeley won from Windham by the score of 35-19. Windham led the Tigers at the half but the Tigers came from behind in the second half to win decisively. Once again Chapman Tech overcame the Tigers, this time, 18-12. The game was close throughout with Tech holding a slight advantage in the last quarter. The Tigers fought a close game at Windham and won by one point, 19-18. 4 In the last game of the year, the Tigers vanquished their Norwich rivals, 37-18. Murphy scored at will while Brooks brothers took care of the defense. Graduation takes Wayne Brooks, Charlie Brown, Leslie Williams, and Eddie Little. Those available for this year are, Joe Murphy, Pat Haleftiras, Ernie Brooks and Eddie Barry. Mention should be made of the junior varsity, who entered the Y. M. C. A. Intermediate League, and won the championship by a large margin. The team consisted chiefly of Freshmen and Sophomores and the experi- ence they gained will be of great use to Coach O'Brien in the next few years. Pngv one hmiflrerl two Ill IH I M TPA SKFTBALL BA f 3 N, ' 1, 1 5 ...,. . ., , -..-.. .-, A 1 - 4 - , A Qgjwyfl IK J ww ff Jw iCT,,g,,,,b.: . ' I av., -'CLK Wj H71 -.- fpmax -f 'A,,,:w'f3,,: ix! N251 ggi' ill- WHALER . , , Q ' 1932 If . if-:ia-ft? I 'fhgifu - ff. . f',L.iJ7-I I iflfffg.. 44,11 X sg M Dt J time ffm! CLASS OF 1933 lnter class Baseball Champions Inter class baseball is the most populai inter cl iss sport held at Bul keley It was in tugurated in the spring ot 1924 and has become an an nual sport for Bulkeley students The winning team receix es class num erals in addition to the inscription of their cliss numer1ls on a silxer loving cup. The victorious class in the 1931 season was the team representing the Sophomore class of 1933. This team swept through the league with- out a defeat and so were given undisputed possession H first place. The Seniors finished second and next came the Juniors and Freshmen. Mr. P. Henry Shay did a commendable job in supervising the league besides umpiring each contest. Every player respected his judgment in the calling of plays and it is the wish of all the students that he will again assume the duty as supervisor this spring. All the games were played at Caulkin's Park. In the opening games, the sophomores gave promise of Winning the league and came through to prove their superiority. Inter-class baseball has a two-fold purpose. It creates a sport where many can take part and it furnishes material for the varsity. The members of this year's Winning class team were: Robert Sat- terly, Ernest Miller, George Nauta, Michael Sleights, Merill Soltz, Harry Lubchansky, Charles Doucette, Frank O'Connor, Robert Birmingham, Leon Blumenthal, Owen O'Neill, Roy Perry. 41 1 1 I i 'i Pnyw one lilfizflrrd four 1:5-Alai 'K aff sr" X Jig, "Zs-5sq mw vl r ff A , 1 it 1 ' A J KH- xv , - ski gl 'sa 1 WHALER Wm . ' 2 fx X 1 :mx I ll ,I YI 1 I 1 SFJJQQXX - Nzkfllvfkyf ' . 1" I! 'fllgi-as-,,, , 7,237.1 n i . . . . S ck, ,mm Ds f J me ,aa The Bullaeley R lle Club W C Fox President J N Weymouth Secretary C Sullivan Treasurer The Bulkeley Rifle Club is now in its fourth year and ha proven to be one of tne most popular school activities It IS coached by Mr Small and pldCtlC6S regularly in the State Armory Membership in the Nation il Rifle Association enables it to compete with other clubs of its own class and to receive medals for skill in marksmanship Tvso years ago the club entered a state wide league but due to lack of experience won few meets Nevertheless our team made a creditable showing and provided plenty of competition in every match Several friendly matches with the Coast Guard were held and valuable experlence was gained Last year as the league had disbanded no matches were scheduled but the club busied itself with inter class matches and an elimination con test for individual high score The Class of 1933 won the first with little difficulty and Edward Cagnon was given a trophy for defeating the rest of the club in the econd contest The following members of the winning team were presented class numerals Gager Clark O Neill Allanach 'ind Latham Maxon was also given numerals for making the highest score in the match The popular intel class matches haxe been continued this year and have aroused strong class spuit At their conclusion another elimination contest is to be held We are looking forward to several matches next vear and with all this practice we may expect to hear from our rifle team lnter Class Baslcetball This year marked the third year of inter-class basketball at Bulkeley. The class teams consisted of those players who were not able to make the varsity squad. All games were played at the local Y. M. C. A. with Coach U'Brien as referee and supervisor. In addition to training material for the varsity, class basketball offered a place for recreation and physical training. The championship was won by the Junior Class of 1932. They won eight games and lost one to the Freshmen by the score of 21-10. Follow- ing the Juniors came the Freshmen, Seniors and Sophomores. Mention should be made of the intense rivalry that was present at every game. The members of the different classes formed separate cheering sections and helped their team to victory. Those receiving class numerals were: Jack Baylis, Louis Priolo, Peter Doroshevich, Fred Shurts and Henry Kaiser. 7 T' "' ""l'YoYc1"l' I"I' "7 v Page one hmmdrcd five 3219 c. K if wi YXJW'-22-153 nfffq 9 THE X' ff l H QRX , U I lf7 R T X XX M 19. fx 5 flln, WTQZE .R X K M 117k fd 17 iblapmg 013192 Qbame Ilfe IQ fx gmme Xuth f1 glorlous, DYIZQ Il we can onlv pl xv It rlght 15 QIVQ and take blllld and break And ofen It ends 1n a fight but he SU16lW ulni xx ho honestly trlee fllegaldless of VY ealth O1 famel He can ney 61 despau who playa It ffur How Ire you ylaylng the game? Do you w1lt and Whme lf you fall to Wm In the marner you th1nk your duel Do you sneer at the man IH case that he can And does do bettel than you' Do you take QOLII rebuffs wxth a knoywng QFIHP Do you laugh tho you pull up lame? Does vour tuth hold true when the whole world Q blue' How zre vou playlng the game? et 1nto the thlck of It Wade 1n boy Wh3t6XQ1 youl cheushed goal Blace up fy0ll1 wlll tlll your pulaea th11ll And you rl lre to your vuy aoull F Do somethmg, more than make a nowe 5 Let Vour purpose leap 1nto flame i l As you plunge vuth 1 cry I sh 1ll do O1 d1e j is Then you ulll be playlng the game E 1 ALltllOl'b name not known Q H6 3 Sl-Y1QlU1lIIU11HI1DHTTFfIH1DlIIHTL"1UTL III l'llT'TIlTlTIIEl"'l'IT I mlllUEmmmYU1DHmlUmmHUHU!EmlDmImHHmI mmUH ImHHHDIHmH , K f Paqr' 111111 1111111111111 S11 1Q4m,'1,7'f":-li W! W gg: ,'i:14.j21',fff' 7,ya'2i',,,4 il f ,V , NK ' x - 1-A , QU' - Q -Xa Q. l, , V 1 ,I K xl., :ay I W, 3 , M. 1.1-Ju A E- M If f 'x W at I DW, - .1 1 11 1- ka 1 1. 1 9 1 1 1 - 'NXQ-1 XI' ' E ev: X, X V '- K, Xf-f - AQ-. .. " 1 1 f X as -VX' ,' Z 'f4Z"N7Q ,.,, - XX ' xi I i Qxxu 5 ,I y j A f , Q- L I 1' I' fi . ,AQ-gf, ' ff '! 'FZ-B' f-. 1 ff. , f ,f. .ssl I ' -f-,975 J . x Q-1QQngun1rmimgQQQmgLgQ1l1i'Yf iYngg1JgE1mmfQWmuglnmmumnmmmm nmmmm l ' 1 5 li e-fm I F1 . . . . . g L 4 . c 2 7 c Y , 5 V ' N Z U T . 5 J . . . 5 ' It S f ' , , 1 ' ' s I 1 ...v ' , , v ' I Vs . .V . ., I . g li ,. . , 5 - 1 v ' . ' ' I so " l ' ' ' - 51 . 5 Q z 1 f . , Q- . K . . l . . E F ' 5 H c l N' Q i. : il y . '. f , f y K Q . ,1 Y Y .I . , . 1 . V c . . 11 cz ' ' ' - ' , S! Y E l H E Y 4 . . 4. g 15 1 K . , . Q S ' 1 1 3 E f 'A T 7- Z , N Z ' . U, E gift? L K ww J!! :S Ni Jffmt yt V f WHALER 2 ' Xb DAQ 1932 'wx NN 4 A fx ff k q,XQ3Q,,jfim D ,M J mb ffffd X ! r""'N'-"T A5 r mml giibig, ' I Fifi! ft-Ea, wr 1 gf! ff 9 4 FTA m a 3 tiff mia XX fa N Qxayx 'Nw fwggi fx gig' I XQXXXHS .J I ff an G f xqN,'iXNx?f.IA 5 'W W iii ,f ,, 1 V 'Q' ff X zzvimvx MW ffgd 1 r f4"'1"X'LW ' So bxbwylp Puzicnursizng of their Tubes Ufije gnlbzn sziunme ijts' 5-Izstrtug Yyeab gem 95 ziaa nb sinh rzmemfn-aunce notre eiBrmce amohaes Zllblttb fresh bcszre 1316 boyerge to purgebo 5' Glitter zarub lpn- trabetll to renebo Qfijen than than knights, fast frmxbzbtp for to hpnh Qui! lobe zstahltzij zaclj to ntger trebo Gabe gnobtp gtfts' the sitgnes of gratzfull mpnb 91? she, as plehg-es' ftrmz 1-tgfjtfyemha' together x 0291! . 'c " qc 071 nfl g .Q , fT-S-.vi ag! ff ff X N jfgwzfa ff , 'X 'Q t .V-4-A ' Nt h . ' f -,. f'Y 5 Z -Nj: 'X "lj -Lv 4 ' f -'H ' HY ft x X W '- NW T W '-'2 . 4,51 T . A - - N: f',S 'rx rf' - 1 1 Q -. QQ Qt Pzfxlf lil ff, f ,. N n "5 X-,tx -XX. r I fpfjw Y : AN fi. t E If 1414? - N .X L , ff X: 1 X t xfS',,,:f, " ff '1' ,., , .,, f ,ffg-i'-1 I ' --,4'f,' J.'f A 7 It QW! 4 X L Www mp. 23' Hi. H 5 A I v ?6v - 1 I s'-'ffm 5 ' s s 1 ' ' ' B N X - t - 6 Q X9 D f 5 . Q 0 Qllv Il . Mlm N' f f' :f -"Hip, f KQ4' Q :. 55. L X 1 f ffvk 'P . , .' ., ." .!'ii1' ' K . ff . -I --,-3-af ",- - if-sig, 3 J 211. 1. 3 1--+ V 5 t ' F21 l X ' Oi f ' 715, iff ' ' X bfi if--'W' 0.1 A,. Q "' "i 5 't'-:xg 1' ,i.KflQ'.pD , Qifff -15, , -I .,v..., ,E -V., ,. It X74 . . V . ,Vg 7 U 1 up at N! ax ,Erin v ' I 1 5 3 '- I- -'EJ 1 1:23, '- 4: , Agni-g I K 4 if'.',:f 15" Q XJ! fQj"',QEff21 xx A - V Iliff ' VI' I .JE-ss-n..I L-LF!! V paw, A :X It . K 1.5 f Eff -1fQ.i5f3 1,8 ,' , ??'f' 1 z, 1 k, ' :L "WM ' 'JW' V W H X '5 1-yr"-:3'lF"-'-'r-5 rr -E Efi.A - ' '5 ,gif 'gg-gg, --14, 535 . , 4 f is 1 4' FH? 'ZW ' t XV I' 1 1 1 , ,Iii 5 1772, 3,1-2, mf A .nk W Q.. f v--- .fe-52:1 W1 , ' X Hrql M: 1 sf' f ' we-:I ,J Cf it ' ' f -555 ,-'Qin 'GWS1 A." W .. 'I p 2-fiff' Iv, . , T". 'KNO - 71.23-f4'?'-'-:'. -. x wx-. fx. 1 ff.-jI.'w 'MI ' 191 k,cx'Q7.'r, X X ,.4:f .5-fflg.5'g':i?"-lvl. ,H f-- .::"Q-Ifgff ' ' f "P 3' uf rms'-I7f'l Qfikx ' 1 X gx if H Uh gniff' L5E2':V+s-,Q I M MQ 'w WXQARK-'X,'il ..,. ww f yy ,y ygjfmiy ., .-s M I W I - :Ti "qWV!lkJ'1i-'F 4f1'K"'f H Z' h 1 hu fi' EX -. 11 , J, 1 "5 'W' 2:, f,,,1,ff:. , 'if 1334 , , , I '- :N wh , M. i E 55 , 1411 .,,,..f f gf! Sec' 1411 -41. 'HN f :ig . , 4 I - E I a A r , Y I I P . IJ , Q Hy ' - P I I Q1 ' P A Q . - I I n I A , I D , I Q K I 1 1 1 1 O l J - Y - Pu, 0 hu Vvcl swore 5453? A rw ww so JZ! ggi ,6f ' X? T Ik f X'ss , fag WIKILFER lb N XE l K if fy " NINTH ANNUAL BULKELEY POTPOURRI As can be sald of all preced1ng ones the Potpourrl of 1931 was doubtlessly a huge success and we are sure that 1t recewed 1ts due con slderatlon from the Bulkeley patrons The Freshman class of 1934 won th1s honored event and ln so dolng establlshed a record for themselxes not only 1n the excellence of thelr productlon but also of belng the first Freshman class to w1n a Bulkelev Potpourr1 Th1s affa1r took place on the evemngs of February 18 and 19 and four acts were produced each nlght The first act a muslcal one was presented by the Bulkeley Serenad ers featurlng Dor1s Rubln ln wh1ch popular muslc was en1oyed IH con Junctlon w1th MISS Rubln s dellghtful dance selectlons The second act was a presentatlon of the Sophomore class entltled The Unseen Host Ably characterlzed by Fred Parmelee Edmund O Brlen and John Tubbs and coached by our famed dramatlc dlrector Mr Raymond Reed the play was qulte a success The Jumor play The Sphmx as act III drew much applause and won second honors ln place competltlon The characters Abraham W1l ensky Francls Delmore Waters Wh1te and George Stead acted very cred1tably Waters Wh1te and George Stead may be especlally commend ed on the1r ab111ty to act as young lad1es The first evenmg of performance ended w1th a W M I M1USt1 el Show as act IV Members of the W M I Glee Club sang solos and es peclally commendable were the antlcs of the two end men Beatrlce Rosen and Ol1v1a Shephard The first and last acts of the second evenlngs performance were s1m1lar to those of the precedlng mght The feature of the second evenmg was the pr1ze w1nn1ng play of the Freshmen Sham Th1s play as the t1tle suggests deals w1th the actlons of a certam couple who shammed 1n character household and ap pearance untll "shown up", so to speak, by a thlef Four characters act ed th1s performance, namely Perry Smlth, the thlef, Amos L1eb and Kenneth Moore, the couple, and M1tCh9l Mallove, a reporter The Semor presentatlon, "Someth1ng Rotten On North Bank Street" It IS dlfficult to class th1s act w1th others, as It greatly surpassed the oth ers 1n versatxhty Th1s masterp1ece was composed by Theodore Daren, wlth the valuable asslstance of brother senlors So excellent was the pro duct1on, that the spectators w1th one accord admltted that 1t was tlfe most comlcal presentatlon produced at Bulkeley School Some of the characters whose actlng was commendable were Howard Fern, Maxyx ell Porter, Edmund Llttle, Bemamln Wolfe, Nathan Ragm and others The Bulkeley W M I Orchestra furmshed muslc before and after the performances and between each act 1 QT- I'1""'foYc1'l 1"'I 7 Y Page om' hmzdzcd Flghf lflffn Isl? 'fnjv-:F-":. H lj 4 'I :Fl M5275 jig 117372242-4 Zi' of , q-t g,ff iffy .M -apps Q f 4 '- rx , tl 4 Qu 5 X 1: 2 - .af -- -el ' X tf Du' 1 N 3 -' -, Q, fx . "" - 4 ' ' - gf W' ,fi f X nfl I I If I f , I sshd! X Y 'V 'V fllff xy .yr UDAQQ 1932 997 1. XS ' I Awfw 11 af, WX Q ml? ' Q X L , 'nl A G 'dr - -. , ll- 71,-w CJ . Inky- 1, ff' 2 'I' E:-3 ,.. -f . 4-3'-1 1 ' Y .4",f" f-"lf t ' , . Q . . L . , . V . . P u n , n 7 A 1 . . K , an , a .1 1 , - L 1 u Q - . , . . . . ,, . N I . ' - If !! A ' 4 ' 7 , . . . . . , A 1 y I L . ' CK ' Y! . 2 . ' . . , ' 7 Y hx -' u Q . - y . . . . , n ' ! I 1 I y KC 77 ' ' ' ' . Y . ' L . K y t n Q y - , 9 XII f"X:Sk,XJ Jw? 6 lg X, x Ns ix ivy uri-sf-. uf: 1 iff f --stiff A: 9 41'f"'1i"sUSf ,fl 1 1 I 1 ,I 'I-X sxil K X. :Dv ,-QQQ 'f U .' K ' 151' fi' 'bg 1932 TM V917 I I ll ffsf N U - Q as y ' A ' I : qgxwevffim lt ,J fffi 2 SUN UP On December 16 1931 the Bulkeley W M I Dramatic club presented a three act royalty plav Sun Up There were approximately six hund ied people in the Bulkeley School auditorium to witness the excellently performed drama Mr Raymond Reed of Bulkeley School was directly responsible for the almost flawless act ing as it was he who directed the play The play is a heavy drama by Lula Vollmer and the mannei in which the young people in the cast presented the difficult parts left nothing to be desired The audience was very generous in its applause which 'was greatly merited by the cast and 'VI1 Reed M1 Reed and the cast spent many weary hours preparing this diama foi piesentation The scene was the interior of a rude log cabin in the mountains of in estein Noith Caiclina and the setting is especially true to life and add ed much to the performance All of the acts required the same scenery It concerned the Widow Cagle who had an utter disregard for the law The reason which iustified this hatred was the killing of her hus band by a revenue officer while Mr Cagle was protecting his property Phe play sets forth in a iather impressive way the utter ignorance of the maiority of the mountain folk Rufus Cagle after marrying his sweetheart Emmy enlisted in the army and went to the World Wai He had not the slightest idea as to whom he was to fight oi where France xx as located All this time his mother supposed he was going to fight the Yankees He is killed in action About the same time that the death notice arrives a stranger dodg ing the draft comes to the cabin for shelter. He is taken in by the widow wx ho does not know who he is. She is unable to read so she asks him to iead the letter for her. He stalls when he finds out what they message is. Emmy finally enters and reads the letter. Although the mother is not affected by its import, Emmy is heartbroken. The identity of the strang- er as the son of the killer of Mr. Cagle brings Mrs. Cagle's wrath on his head. He is saved when the widow thinks she hears her son's Voice ask- ing her to spare the young fellow. She heeds his call and the stranger is allowed to go. Although his path is guarded by the sheriff and his posse, he makes good his escape. ' The Bulkeley-W. M. I. Orchestra, under the direction of Howard T. Pierce, played some stirring music between each act. The cast of players was as follows: Widow Cagle ..i..i..,..... Bessie Goldfaddeh Rufe Cagle .......,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Lam-V Davis Mi Rav Reed Pap Todd ................................ Jules Racine Preacher .....,.......,.........,..,.,. F1-ed Parmelec Emmy ....... ............................ L eila Annello The Stranger .,....,,,.,,.,,,,. Edward Gagnon Bud ....................Y......... Abraham Wilensky Bob ......,..........,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,w,, Georg-e Steagl Sheriff Weeks .................... Edgar Thomas 1 Y' '-'v'1'r9Yc'v'I""" pf v Pugc om' lL!l7'IlII'l'fl nine Q4 vs f U spi, Il jf f'X4v5X,J vygf f- 'K ? MZ' Xia Xcf 1 THE sa, M 1 r K I 9 lil ,lla Q V X D, Ass 1932 'Q x aff :QM ls ,a msg? ,fm DECLAMATION CONTEST Theie 19 Ln old custom at Bulkeley school concerning oiatory Once 1 ycu ex eixone gets 1 ch inte to show how well he can sling the king s English Fhis custom has its cllmax in a declamation contest woi thy of note This contest is of a noxel natuie It includes ex ery student in the school and IH this xx ay everyone has an equal chance of coming out on top It begins with a contest in the classroom wlcere tvxo or three are picked to contest the tvxo places open 1n every class Brom the classroom those chosen compete in a semifinal contest oetween other rooms containing members of the same class The freshmen sophomores 1un1ors and seniors all have their semi finals which are held in the school auditorium It one of the usual weekly assemblies F01 these contests the members of the faculty act as iudffes and vote by ballot for the two best speakers lhey txke into consideration del1ve13 posture pronunciation gestures suitability of the piece to the boy and all other points which are neces sary in the making of an orator The eight who win in the semi finals have a chance to compete in the finals This climax to the contest is held in the form of a public assembly and home and school night is also observed The winner of the final con fest has the distinction and the honor of having his name lnscribed on a beautiful silxer loving cup which is kept at Bulkeley school and upon which are engraved the names of former winners The seventh annual declamation contest of Bulkeley school was held on March 30 1931 Edmund O Brien a sophomore yxas the vxinner He delix eied the composition The Unknown Soldier by Bruce Baiton Before the contest the Bulkeley W MI orchestra played sex eral sel cctions and Headmastei Homer K Undeivxood welcomed the parents and friends of the students. . E. W. Butterfield state commissioner of education xx as the guest speaker. In a short address he told of the prosperity of New London county in the field of education, and said that the necessity of high school education is becoming more and more keenly realized by the American people. Besides O'Brien, the speakers in the contest were Ralph Smith '31, Benjamin Wolfe '31, George Stead '32. Abraham Wilensky '32, John Tubbs '33, Morris Levine '34, George Hilsberg '34. The judges for the contest were the Rev. J. J. Allen, Attorney Rich- ard Corkey, Philip K. Dewire, Mrs. Edward P. Eggleston, Mrs. George Fenner, Creighton Tevlin, Judge Charles B. Waller, and Miss Jennie Compeland, R. W. Harris and Verne Reynolds of Fitch High School, Gro- ton. q Q- -uv-y"lvfoYc1'g' 1"v' '47 v Pagv one hunrlrcrl fcn , ' f N ,I "-2,-R tu N j ' --STL ,FI jff' "J !173?"'f ,, Zi. Kr' , -- .1- A 4 - N -' ff f . " 'Rx Xl ' " ' 11 1 xx tw lf - .xx iv x 1 . l 1 ' - x ' f' 'X ll ' X- J f- . , . ,. . . , X E 'cv Ty, T - 11,-KW WHALER N11 -. . Jia ' "ll l ml fi 1 Q rf lf' 1 x 1 . 1 -. .si x W tri- X ya ' gt: CA?-. If 'ffl 'sc ' , ,fax - . .,, 'Cf E ,f F Xxx L "NS l L ' 'V f 'fxj . I:'...f. , " '11-is-,.. 'X .f.f.a4-'11 I ' "R-ffff ff- s 7 ' '. z Q . s ' ' . z 'Hz ' ' 'j 1' .7 2 2 3 "N ' '. 4 1' 'Q ". ' '. . cf ' ' ' . A ' ' . 1 r . ' 7 ' . c 1 . . .W , ' If 7 ' . T . . V. 1 . ' 1 ' L .C 1 7 Q , F ,L 7 . bs . u F L' , L . 1 l c N y '- v ' ' . . L1 I LL 1 , 1 , .l . A .4 , 1. ' K sl, . Z 1. ' ' SC . ' 1 . , g : , . ' 1. rw 2 'Y 1 1 ya 1 7 S: , . . fc ' . . S. .N h . I E L .K . . A yy I . . K . 4 - 4 I . Q n , 1 n . K , ' , L . y. Q . . A. Q . 1 ' ' 7 ns 7 7 - . 4 . . N . 1 7 7 7 ' . , - A- 7 . 3 - -1 ' S, . ' . ' ' ' Dr ' ' , . , . . Mfr 'K 'f W RNVJJW' 'x'fX-4 -A ' fp 5 J f H 'X f K ff vff wx, ww I Q wHALrR xg' x 1 , g,Mfm D ,JIKNA fl!! -E '17 44:-: LI5iL'wn4 YZIITIEI 1 1 QT' ""'l'f9Yc'1'l'V"'V 7 V If Ill! .I-fuygv,qqr-.x:wXK!f. 41 1 4: :wa N N ff hm . - , XXX., ' ,A V xxx I- BX Jf, I' 'Xxfl yx q'1 wif T' I WS ' 'fx riffx ',' wi , ,lfg fgggfi , '932 Cp " 2 'jp-gg-ao,.. ,-4, . f,:f.f4:2'5 xl ll: D J ... s 4 ,itil-' 7 f V V , f' ,lx X Q . - X V Q XT f 7 f W f " f IH I? zrst Vmlma Tmmbom cf jf,, 'gytf E if W' M Ui K TN wHALeR mx X: ' , 33 fx 'x Q ,Aga 1932 'fgl fix aff KS'-njjilm fQ"llNm:'fW!,4 D BULKELEYW M I ORCHESTRA Thle IS the tenth annlxeraaly of the establlahment of thl3 organlza tlon 1n Bulkeley unde1 the able supe1v1s1on of M1 HOlX3ld T Plerce ln ltS years of exlstence It has shown 1ts worth 1n many ways by playlng lor dramatlc presentatlons and declamat1on conteste In add1t1on It glves a concert annually Laet year lt took flret place 1n Claes B at Mer lden and also at Boeton 1n the State and New England contests 1espec tlvely Antonatoa Ph1l1p Creewell Ruqsell 3 Elnhorn Morrls 33 Elsman Ruth 34 G1tl1n Adel1ne 3 Grleham Fleducke 3 H1T3Ch L1ll1an 34 Hogan Frances Schllnk Norman Second Vwlzns Bond Martha 35 Brown Edward Flaesbrennel John 34 Hallkas Constantlne 35 Katz Wllllam 34 Maynard Osmond 35 Hartman Frances 4 Wo1cosk1,Edward, 4 Bel th, Wxlllam, '35 Pwmo Den1son, Isabel, '33 Lubow, Charlotte, '32 Ccllo Boylston John 2 Hm ws Cfllflfflbtiflllll Edward Leww Roger PC Clrumcts Lelb Amoe 34 Dlillla Albert 32 Cm uct? Ransome Roger 34 Qlmpson Robe1t PC Tavlol PTHDCIS 34 I zolas Mas ad V1 hftol Skalmg, Ruth 32 Sa 10271207263 Bass Reed, Flood, Ml Woodworth, R1chard, '3 Sharaf, Theodore, '32 Dunne and Tumpam Marsden, ladwal d, PG Oboe W1H3kO1, Sldney, '32 -1 v- 'I rovcw X f i l 1 w - 1 Iafc om' hlllllllfll twclle - --- 4 , 1-the-. . A ,f-',f' .2 . ,lf --rf 'A-,1 lg: fe- fm--at 'gf 4 ,gn ff 'fetiva ,f M 'XX 5,5 N-,Y-4 . , 1 4. ' .V ,V xt Y N ' 1 ,- A 5 -. .W " ' 'll 1 Cx M Q" If f J' Xb -W - 'Q - , ' f -- xxx- I - t-1 N S." K-. A , I - . y 1 Mvlx. F. -, all ev- -'U 2 l ef - to l 4. wr 50- Q an it .ilu t x x - Q !, A Ll xy r.,A . , .. ,,. ., , ,, v we fl 7" f Q: 4 . . 1,1 3 ,. , , , 4' 5 adam .jdif 'ig V 'Q - Q ' L - .. f I f ' Q, '-3 ,. f 475, ff: 3 . ' 499 . ,Q ,,,,,f, X 1 -Q 4 ,U ,,,,, , .f,.,,.f I -.4 Q, -4 . to .A 'S . 7 l' A 'l -L c I - Y 0 V' lk. an 'Y N 1 l 1 ki K1 . kv . . KN, l . I I n K . L I I I suv ' , L , y- . A. sy 4 - ,. . . ' I J ' ' 7. F' w 79 ., , 30 . , , -J t , cc , U 3 ' 'w H ' JI v 'ya X I , . 1 v ,l C 2 l , . . y . , ,Q 3 A , ., I . 1 1. , K 7 7 4 Q i . . . ,V 1 , . K v 1 . , . '99 v La r V ' V Oo y 1 ' A 7 ' '35 ' ' a n v Y 7 , , Q K r 1 ' yn 1 ' '1 7, I . ', - , f , v 'v ' ' . 'v - ' 7 'V 7 Y, - ' v ,.' 7 7 1 , , ,l cc-,'32 y ' -v ' , . ,, . ' V vo T , A y L, ! 7 I ORCHESTRA M BULKELEXJK Q Z.. l D' ' 7 v I PICCOZO Tmmboncs I L y xvw ff"'X tiki X ff xx x X X QI E 56 l Q M7 WJELEER ', 'X 'N I I 1, Aka 1932 IASX ,Q yy NSQVMM fl ff? -' mg ,ff4f4 E BULKELEY BAND Th1s 13 one of the newer organlzatlons 1n the school whlch has been made posslble by the pralseworthy efforts of Mr P1erte It IS mst be glnnlng 1ts f0Ll1tl'1 year of exlstence but new eltheless It secur ed a t1e for first place at Merlden last sprlng, wlth Kllllngly Hlgh School 1n Class C con'1pet1t1on At Boston 1n the New England contest It took second place IH the same class Wessel MOTYIS Azars John Clarznets' DEl1a Albert 2 Le1b Amos Bongo 3alxado1 o Blonder Isaac OBr1en John 5 Massad Nlcholas 3 Sn 1 ophom Q Sarr1 Nell 32 Derry Robelt Woodworth Rlchard Kan Walter 35 Dans Lfury 92 Hlnkley Arthur Baritone Daboll, Morgan, 33 Chamberla1n, Edward, '34 Alto Horns Whlte, Waters, '32 Hertz, Albert, '33 E1nhorn, lVIorr1s, '33 Schhnk, N01 man, '35 Oboe Boylston John 32 Dawdson Kenneth 2 Iasses Shalaf Theodore 32 Mlssarsky Slgmund Katz Wllllam 35 Trumpets Sunp-,on Robe1t PG LEWIS Roger PC' Ransome Roger 34 Tayler FIHHCIS 34 Sundt Valery 35 Jutlla Edwln 35 Drums Tubbs Paul 2 Slsk James 3 C11 m bale Parmalee, F1 ed, '34 Tzfmpmzz Marsden, Edward, PG W1H3k01, Sldnev, '32 -1 Y 'I love-1 ww '1 1 l l 1 Page one llundred fozufccn 4 . ' , U 'W ,Q ""':4..bw ,,- fr 13.122 X 1 'N j,y7'2'f? - 33 . ' ' f 1,1 ' "X -Q., 17, -' f ' Q5 'Y f ' 1 X .-, K N.- V. A - . 6 x, I, ,b S, W W 7 A- XX X , 1 I, - .5 . . A -, Q. Q -A . XX ll, Z ' 'sro .-s ' wi J -1' new 1 1 1. . W Nl.-af sf-N, 'Lg 55 mf 1' 1 ,ik If X X s xx Y 1' f, I V 'J ' Q Y' uf? cl: 9' ' 1' " - ,xx Qu I , Xxx 35. ' l .fa N : 11 'ff S M4 , r X W X 1 , . x, 5, ff, If kr 1 I 1 1. 1. 1, fq. . .kr ,,,, , " 1 'J -it ,., ,. ,A , ,Nag-T-1 1 '--.Qfff J . X -K -K . . . . A K . . ! K ' . I . . 1. K - . . . 1 K . 7 4 A . ' . K . I S kr . T . . . . . an , . 1' , ' , K , . . . . w y K X , ' ll, , H 1 1 1 1 v' 70 ., , '34 - , , 0 1 X , , n ,Q 1 . . 1 1 U . 79 . ,9 1 1 , , 34 . w . ,3 7 , r ' ', '35 . . , ' 1 1 , . ' , '34 7 ' 70 1 1 '7 , , , ' , . ' Ll, ,31 I . V Q ' 1 1 .' ' 3- -l, , I - - 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 . H10 , ,' 79 1 1 'JU I 1 1 ' 79 7 ' 1 1 02 1 , 1 l N. , ,- . . ,9 ! 7 7 1 . fs' C . y, 70 ' ' , , '33 1 ,' v 79 . I . , , 0 ' f ' , 70 , 9 . , . , Q THE WHALER 1932 ,ABQ THE BULKELEY B D JWXQQYXQGJWXQQW' XQQZ ESQQZP4 QX5 I 9 I I fl rff ' 76 Eff' ' I XV , , 01? 23 ' I as hx G Q A 5 ' ia f G3 LQ l Q 11 62 3' ' if 2' ' 5 T J m Qi 5 'H T NR' E33 ,R , X E n W iw-fix QC fn 69 JP- , Q, Q 52 FX ff 5' - .... ...,.. - . .- ....,.,,..- , . ...,, ....- ' . .- ......,.... , .- ...,...... Sir X.. .,,,,4W .,4i'4!H y it Y ! N K Qutngrapbs ...Q 4 ' 5 f -J' I ' 2 f 1 gl! ' '- 2.-Egg! e2 V C . ' --f f ' 4 f 5 fm X W ww 591' if :ul- THE 1932 X Q WH LER ' 6 fi A 1- My SLFQ QWCB'r'QM'd'E+EL'di'rVB'lErWlU?Er9E?'iFwE'l J d f Si , K 5-Q' Y XV 2 L.'i - L - X -- 4 - - 4 . - 4. . -, - - Pure one hzmdrv sewn can Lili' 'Xl Q 'W SY JW as N4 V -if 5 gf N if NN 4 I K fa s W4 KES ss, Mm Ds ,I-at Nxt, ,144 29 Einie They say kisses are the language of love Grace Well why dont you say something? Tubbs Women arent so much but unfoitunately they re the onlv other sex we have Mahei Which do you like best xx omen oi horses" Bulkeley School Well we lke women 'ill right but we ve got a lot mole iespect for tlotting horses Now Im teaching Jane to whistle She leains quicker than a thistle Puckeis up her lips to stait Then I kiss hei aint that smart' Cl rk to W M I girl Gosh you re dumb Why dont you get in encyclopedia? W M I girl Sweet thing the the pedals hurt my feet H Smith made a run around the en Was tackled from the iear The iight guaid landed on his neck The fullback on his ear. The center sat upon his back Two ends upon his chest The quarter and the half-back then Sat down on him to rest. The left guard sat upon his head, Two tackles on his face, The coroner was then called in To sit upon his case. N A ,HZ Mrs. Mac.-How did you find the meat, Mr. Pierce? Mr. Pierce-Oh, I moved a pota- to, and there it was! ,SC ,Sl gs! Newcomb-Is your girl wild? Azars-Moraless. Mr Underwood Why werent you here at school yesterday? Delmore My grandmother died s r M Underwood Young man thats the seventh time shes died this year Delmore Yes sir funny how the old lady keeps coming back isnt fr Wool Our boss discharged two pretty stenogs today St Germain Isnt it too early to be canning peaches? Mr Norris What s the inter est on 351000 for 1 yr at 2 '7 W1l ensky pay attention' Wilensky For two percent? Im not interested Mr Falconer has no favorites He flunks everyone with equal grace Grace I iust had a dream about the handsomest man in the world Smith And what was I doing' E Bu7ensk1 I passed a math exam. H. Buzenski-Honestly? F. Buzenski-No the usual way. Gin-It took Muf 20 lessons to teach me to swim. Sussie-The cad! He taught me in four. JU 3 A W. M. I. girl-Oh Jack, that candy makes my mouth water. Cadet-Here's a blotter. .H 3 N Our London correspondent tells us that the golden-haired girls over there are becoming platinum since England has abandoned the gold standard. 1 Q-'Ivy'-'vfoYcQvj'ITI"? V Page one hundred eighteen , ' r .59 ,f-ff-:ms wr w i s as 'p1,,q2:X ff' 'J r Apwzbg x' K' ,,f , If-X Ng, ff Qi, . 'gf' 4 K 'fi fl 9' ' 3 . A KC' 'fa THE N713 W ' I I Kuff 4 wi N f LP ft' 1 assi: 'WS' ' Mgjgf Tal -.Ju X., ' A 3 xl, .I 5 Z, X V 7- I , 4,1 . 552- , ,'1 1 1 - .g I Q ff?. ' X-:QLAXQQN 'f 1' 1 'jf ,.. . fx- . f 45:5 ll ' "'-472' J L J 1 1 7 r r I ' Q A . . W y , . W r . , U . 1 - .ss ,sr .4 r, - , 1 7 1 7 ' , v ' .1 . , I L . 3 ' ' S Y I ' W sl l. - 7 H 3 3 - ' ' K , , lt. ' X 'W h ' v ,Q J' Je i 7 i W xx c ' y ' 1 ' ' 1 1 fl lk! I . kv. . s ,-2 ,SG ,Sl wg ,Bl al , . .1 - k , - - 1 s u ' I f ' 5. , I . r . ' . 3 A, . K , . . Q . , , - , x A W A C 1 W' 1 H at JI ' . ' ,Sl .Nl .4 3. . . . 1 . ' ' ' r x , ' l f n l W V l 7 ' 1 .4 14 ag ,-z .4 ,sz -' ' , . , ,d' , 3 Q59 M . r , , 4- T 4 Ik u A L W' . . , 7 J , .4 X 3 9447" K if 'I' " AWN' JWWF S ff? X1 1 NN 1 f f? EST., fm Dt ,JU BNF: ff!476 Grace fcoylyl You bad boy' Dont you k1ss me agaml Norm I wont Im try1ng to find out who has the gm III th1s party Mr Shay Wheres you1 father' Sm1th UDSt31TS puttmg Grand father to bed Mr Shay Wheres your great grandfathe1 7 Sm1th Playmg baseball for Roxbury Mr OBr1en Well yes or no? Gordon I shook my head Mr O Brlen Well you dont ex pect me to hear 1t rattle from here do you 7 C Woodworth My g1rl says she ll leave me 1f I don t drop foot a LOUISE R How sad C Woodworth Yep Ill sure mlss her Lynch How d1d the Smlth wed d1ng come off? B1tg00d Flne unt1l the preache1 asked the brlde 1f shed obey her husband Lynch What happened then? B1tgood She repl1ed Do you th1nk Im crazy? and Sm1th st1ll 1n that daze of h1s repl1ed I do at 9 4 "You'll come back cry1ng when YOU1 last scent IS gonen, sa1d the mother skunk to her wayward son -z ,sc -z S1ng me a song of 1re And s1ng me a song of wrath Dlell, que le sond du phone Est hell quand vous etes en bath' 4 ,Sl .4 "W1ll gnaw me", sa1d the b1g plece of cheese, and sure enough along came a mouse Pat Haleftlras GIVE me a glass of water please DEl1a fafter f1n1sh1ng shavmg Pat? You a1ent go1ng to falnt are you? Pat Oh no I 1ust wanted to see 1f my mouth would hold water New pup1l Your ad Sald you were not bothe1ed by freshmen The place IS full of them' M Underwood We arent bothered We re used to them M1 Pasquale What were Web ster s last wo1 dsl Barker Zymosls zvmotlc zy murgy Gagnon always wears a buslness su1t when he goes out on a date We xx onde1 why Mary had a l1ttle l1mb She understood '1 b1t Thats why she wo1e he1 dresses short She showed a b1t of It G1andpa 1n a speedy car Pushed the throttle down too fal Tw1nkle tw1nkle httle star MUSIC by the G A R -z -z -z Woman IS a flood of lovellness Damn her 4-z -z ,-1 Mr Hamle1T'fpo1nt1ng to c1gar ette on the floo1 of Room 57 B1ennan, IS th1s you1s'l Brennan Not at all you saw lt first -z -z 4 Mr Hamlen C1n reference to Engllshj When does a n1ght1n gale usually s1ng'7 Be1nste1n When It opens 1tS mouth Page one hlmdlcd mnetecn ,cj ff as ,L A-QQQL If wjly, ,1 f-fr ay.j?: I I 75,722 'pea f f' 1 ' N- ' -" 'Qs f-QQ!" .. K X 5- ' , I' ., 9 "I K ' M . fx X .V If W lk XQX xl 5 K-. , I Q - N 5 "' NN - 5 , NN I-1 N lr-,yi .E 4 Mm' -1- .av I- 1 -r s X919 ,y, :J b-XXM ll J. f V," V fl ' fk 5 Sz' i p- - hogs ' ,L Xe-?l- . .X g., ff XX- Y X Q 'IL NVQ' ,41ll!T'-'NNE H. ,rf I iff. E NIS' Z z " 2 ff' ,,, ,-4, , f,f.-45-1 1 ' '-275. -7 4 X J , . ' -- . . -Q K -T K , , . l y 1 K ' 1 n I . . . 1 , . . 1 . - , ' ,-z ,-z ,-z Q' 5 ' K L, , T 7 - ' ' 1 ' - ' - ' ' ,-z ,-z ,sz ' . ' M as ' 1. y i T at s 4 . . . - . A 11 1 , y . ' y 3 'H A9 ' ' , , l -- , . . 3 3 at . 1-' - , ' ' - . - T ' K - K l r ., u v ' ' QS' N N ' ,-2 14 ,sz nl - v- 1 - . ' K K b ll. 1 1 I ' 'T I 9 J: 15' J' ' "1 9 K . . ,-z an ,se - f ' , . W, . ls 4 Q A K ' r I K a . . . v ' H 77 ' ' ' N el V59 - H 1 l K 1 y 7 ' ! - 1 1 as ' ' ' CC Y, , . Q I Q L -jgyzi HE JW If :Alf Siv 'xv 9 Eff WHALER EDJ W X F2 5 W " its fish! A M JIQX ff! 1? Boylston IS seen dlgglng beslde h1s car w1th a spade Bayl1s fpassmg by! Stuck 1n the mud'? Boylston Nope my motor dled and so Im dlgglng a grave for 1t Mr Plerce fabsentmxndedlyb Woodworth half an hour ago I or dered some 1ce cream Have you forgotten t h ve I had It d1dn t I order 1t'P Daghhan If a man smashed a clock could he be accused of kllllllg t1me'? Dyer Not 1f he could prove that the clock struck flrst Lady Cto drugglstl Have you any L1fe Buoy? Drugglst Just set the pace lady Murphy Do you prefer blonds' Woodworth Well prox1de d and proxlde dont Ferrler Knock knock Barbara Who s that knockmg at my door? Felrler Opportunlty Barbara Hm try somethmg new opportunlty only knocks once Newt What would you call a man who has been lucky 1n love? Rusty A bachelor ,-z ,-z 4 Boylston Dad, when has a man horse sense? Mr Boylston When he can say nay, son ,et ,Sl 9 Grace How are you gettmg on w1th Bud" Mary Loulse Oh, he's a most d1sappo1ntmg love1 I purposely blew out the hght fuses before he came last night and he spent the The helght of opt1m1sm the old ma1d who buys klssproof l1p St1Ck Reed H111 Too bad about the vlllage smlthy Daghllan How so? Reed H111 He was arrested for forgery Splnner Thls IS heavenly dar Img Id l1ke to dance l1ke thxs forever Betty Dont you eyer want to IITIDFOVGV Pat Does horseback r1d1ng glV9 you a headache 7 Helen Barber No Qulte on the contrary In the lunchroom R Woodworth D1d you take m order? Okle O Connor Sure R Woodworth Well you re stlll lookmg fine How are your grand ch1ldren" L Smlth Isabelle has a very dlfficult role to play Langdon D1fIicult7 Why she doesnt say a word L Smlth Well what could be more dlfflcult for he1 7 -z -z -z Kalser Not very amuslng IS she? Wllensky Cwlth d1sgustJ Amus mg" She couldn't entertaln a doubt -z 4 -z Mr Flnlay Young man, the hghts 1n th1s house go out at 12 o'clock Reed H111 That su1ts me ,-z ,-z ,-z Mlldred Back 1n the clty aga1n" I thought you were a farmer? Brooks You made the same whole evenlng Hxlng them mlstake I d1d CT' 'I YQYC 7 I l Page one hmzdrcd fwcnty QM ,ip ,L f'-:tal-y xr! Wifi , - ?'731r.FT 1 X 4!V2'2Q? . ,ff I ' I I XY' K 5:4 'SVZZI v' . X 17 I ' ' 'Q It an ,Z f 1- N N . 5- 4 V' 5 I , X -P XR, , I 14 X Wt T " .llvf '- . - 'f' ff "fs ' "ar s mf l.,l K ,I X ',,ffQj XX- T' I5 ,I M' Q4 Q12 D yffciff 4 'Q' v ' f- X'b f .5s-. V i I ,ff ' Q. I ' fax . .. ., 4- I 5 L ff W-ws mr, su I 1 LJ - -Ri-.ff, " 2 " -if ,U -fl, 'Za-'31 It '+.Q'fg.- J - I ' ' - ' ,sv ,-z , i a , I ' ,4 vw ,-1 - - 1 ' J . , D - ,4 ,sz ,4 i - a ' -or - 1 -T - -- . , . - as Us ,ss ' , 7 . ' ' N 3 .4 as ,ee K Q-2 - ' ' . - ' al an ,-z . Q K y f n . 1 y A . B1 i ' , - n A y 0 . . , - ,sv ,ei tw - - A 3 M T 9 ' . I ,-i , ' g L L l ' ' Y 7 . - I y . . . y ' ' . i. ' , ,SG ,Sl ,Sl ' . 'iw ll K7 WHALER X 2 ' X N j i 1932 i7f N ll fi, .i 5 N X ff 3 I JITIIPJ' ,yi Collins What are your views kissing? St Germain I haven t any 1 always shut my eyes Roache I live by my wits McGarry Now I know why you look so hungry 09 .59 St Germain The more I read the less I know Mr Hamlen You re well read aren t you 'P Father What is It? Doc Triplets all girls Father Hell s Belles Lux against us cried the Gold Dust Twins Julie Oh how I hate him hate him hate him Gm And how long has this ro mance been going on? In Llncago a barrel of beer costs S3 to make sells for S60 leaving S57 for ammunition Spinner-I want some spier- rimmed horrichs- I mean Spoon rummed hectaches confound-I mean hickrimmed sponacles. Wool-I know what you mean, sir. Mr. Barry, show the gentle- man a pair of rim-spooned hecta- cles. U59 H tsl I think that I shall never live To see the really perfect fliv. A fliv designed to satisfy The most exacting critic's eye, A fliv with power, pep and speed For these things are a fliver's need. A fliv unlike in every way Those awful flivvers of today. Flivs are made by Ford I know But only God can make 'em go! Lynch This fire extinguisher will last for 90 years Weymouth But I shant be here at that time Lynch But when you leave you can take it with you Davidson When my father died he left S100 000 Winakor Thats nothing When my grandfathei died he left the earth says Im head 0 fthe house Then there is the story of the parents who named their first born Seals Roebuck because he was of the male order Ruth Ive 1ust lead that a man out West traded his wife for a house You Wouldn t do that to me would you? Racine Never But Id hate to have anyone tempt me with a good cai Smith Dad what is an empty title" Mr Smith When your mothci says Im head of the house The U. S. is slowly annexing Canada bottle by bottle. 3 ,EI N Do you file your finger nails? No, I just throw them away. V52 3 3 What famous characters might have said had they played golf: Caesar-I shot, I sliced, I bunk- ered. John Paul Jones-I have not yet begun to putt. Perry-We have found the balls and they are ours. Farragut-Blast the forsomesl Drive ahead! Patrick Henry-Give me a birdie or give me death. 'Y' "I YQYCW 'vt '-P' l 1 l - Page one hundred twenty-one 1 ' ,gv ,f'-:Ln KS: xii V 1 If fi aqistqv I 4VpwZ3,,: , X' 1 , I ' "X ' Y, 1, , ' 1 ' Q 'Qi ,. ,, It H x ,.- Qs- 5,17 . XY . ,f . ' S- I NN ' g - ex XX tw . X1 4 yi f..-'ll ' N f ' 'N l N55 N ry A it A ,cfm I, ' - V y 'X-:Q ,' 1 my is-4 X li.-, -v nf ,. s'--v, X... :,'f xx .xx lj: fwgxw N W, 2: ,XX ff ' tis. -f if DS .0 .fc N X1 fr ,' A'- . ,Iv .,..7f, " 1 'JI-i-9 ,., rg, , f,f..:T-I 1 -1425, Lf. tr ' . F . N on H .K . . . l - , I - . y - 1 . ' 1,53 M Q59 1 .. ' as .4 at av , . n ' 7 ' Q ' . 9 ' y r 7 ' ,sz nl ,en ' K -W. . ' . as , rv ri , , 0 . at ,sc an N U4 N 44 ' , ra - - ! ' . y A I u 1 ' as ,st . ' , 1-W , - in ' - 7 av Us Q4 .s .-1 .av W V 1 l ' -W , 'K , 4 l , kr . s I I, W K , ,sl M .sl ' as ,4 4 5 , 7 VW! 'K lf si' lW'?FsS-f4ri fff Y l it l ' .NJ W6 WJELEER T xii SN Ajay RQ f 7x jlfxfa fy! K, Sie, ffm l Q Jmebffffff School Calender SEPTEMBER School opens Facultv back to the stone pile and students to the lunch room Freshmen submit themselves to the usual mental tests Chesty Seniors make their apearance and try to show their supeii ority But Classes begin in earnest First assembly Ireshmen greeted by Mr Under wood The linest and best Ireshman Class that ex er entered Stead shaves for the first time in his life Freshmen prospective football stars given the usual greeting by Pat Meskell Assembly Mr Underwood says the seventh period may be abolish ed this year Maybe Football team starts practice in earnest The squad is taught aes thetic dancing by coaches O Brien and Balentine The usual ticket sale by Mr Pierce The room that sells the most will receive OCTOBER Football team plays a night ame with Hillhouse and made the sen sation il stop over at the Hotel Garde Tim Mui phy and Reidy were the skeletons in the family closet Some of the boys lost theii rts' 7 General file alarm sounded Sharaf tries to plow up Chem lab when to his dismay he finds that hydrogen is an explosive mivture McGarry leads Leviloff astray at W M I Assembly. The Senior Ramblers make themselves heard. Shurts, Reed-Hill, Roche. Schwartz, Wolfe and Soltz receive the usual ten pages from Mr. Hertell. W Delmore and Moran get to school on time. Seniors show their approval of MacTeish and his monkeys. Mr. Balentine's whirl-winds defeat Westerly seconds. Roche announces his desire to introduce Russian dancing. W. M. I. girls saunter forth with their splendid publication. The girls concede that Larry Davis is another Clark Gable. Varsity Club and Haleftiras swing into action. Mrs. Mac promises to change the menu to a turkey dinner. Mr. Hamlen's piano movers get into action. 9 C - ' ' 1 ' IW 1' '7' v 1 Y' ' 'U '1 'Y W f . Iam one hundrerl twenty-fwo - 's ,LK -:,-G gf w m c ,s ?FfL'A,fi' ' ff lj V,1f7'7' 'Gm :Q fl Yuki., an I7 ' ' Ns C37 - 121,71 .' - K RNS , IIE TE Q3 1' , N X 1 mf. I-'in - Nwflr Y ix - i Xi" I .51 ,- at j X - - 1 rx rffxx I ' . H ' X. if-.L in UW, M WA -fl 1932 .ss -x yf 1 RY 'f' , .21 W1 'X V si sy xx ' I 74' N 1 -: ,"l " -X r f - P' , xks L. j 7 29 bi V f JL D 1 'f if fx, . Izw jf' " 1 '1 E-1-,.- .- -f,A.f.'fr1f ' -c-QI!! - - s 14. . ' . . I c il S 15. ' ' . . . . 16. K ' . ' ' ' ' ' . 17 ' v 4' w . U 41 , , K Y 7 In 18. ' ' ' '. ' . L . r. S Y . . .fzliflll ' A ' I . K .S 7' . ' . . Y i S , , , ' , ' H ' ' 37 s A . gi Y. -I , u A - ' a - . ' shi 1 1 7 ? ? ' , ' as H ' Y grdgbmiahwnmhmfg QQ 5415.1 "'H2a1u"E3ffQb..'EZf1 THE 1932 L WHALFR PATRUNEE CKWQ f Q' ? AUVLHWSLH5 RE3'1'E'i+.f5'd'BTi-.-5'lfR'rX5'1'R'i+!+.85'd'H'rS5'1'E'EE5'd'E?El5'1'1EfrS3 I ty I cf - 1- -V W - , Y T 'f ,- V K I 4 1 V I I K 4 -4 'yy' f jf r 1 ' M f 4,1 sr E ff' V x WW ' JW NN MI f Y su WM 1',' X J? E I ,x X X ' X x 1 iff' 4 ff 2 ,X ' fy ., '9' X5 X - 1 MX xi I f 5 V, 1 kk lx 5 Y ' Kb MX xx 5 'N' if V N V We x X ' ' ' ,HQ 'ff xx I f,,f V ,I X ll xxx! X W ff ff I 'V l I 'I XQ ff ' A' 9 . X-X W M ff I. . I X j 1 I ffl fd", X I I ff f j R W X A f '4 w 4 fx S E f f Y' 1 f , ' 'L T' f X 5 Q" ' 4 . 'I ' x 4 X-ls! X f 'f - --' L2 4 TS - 1 75 V Y , 1. Ti Y 4 v 1 , 1. ii - . 1. ?.Y 4 Y. 4 of i - Page one hzuzdrvrl ww: 1-three THE BUI KILI LY WHAI ER 1932 NAME OI' FIRM PAGE I! I I UI I xxxx IN IOP x x H N I N 4 I Nm N I X xr JUN III I I tx I X 1 0 N xII UII X I 1 1 X Iffx x x Ixu :gg N I 4 4 N OI! 'N ll yr 1 N mu I I I Nlmp I uh NIU 114 In NAME OI' FIRM l 4 1 x Ill I I 1 + fx NLII 4 I I I1 I 4 Ill 4 IIUI ul 1 N I x If m UI S mn N HII X111 I 1 l Ill rx I all I N mx I IINNH S4 X I N x lXlIlI.,x I I lx 4 x N 1- ul III II x x I1 II II Nl I PII ru Ix N 1 4 I S up X X I I 1 1 I I u lux x ul I ul l III J wmt PAGE u I 1 1 1 I .. . J 1 - J '- v A Mullovm-s Ili!! -II'I'5'.S "f'I'I'- . IIII AIIII'IIll'I"S Savings Ii:IluIx ISU .Xlmu II: 'ilwzxrw Vw, IIN AIIIY. .I:1.n1f'S Ii. N RIMA, .Izmws A. ISI -III HH' ICIIIIIH-I' "ff, . . I5-1 Al1'IL1l'I'j', .1. .1. , M V , , ll! U' 'U' "fu -l- I' UU- M Iuuirf-, If,-:mug I.. lu: B V M 'IIIIIUI' ul 4'I:ls.' nl' IHIIS Iwi! I1:1II'111'l' UU.. I.. II. IIIII NIIlIl'I', SUI 'A' Il, III IIIIIIII4' Iili Mi -wr, ,I. Ilia IIII lim- Ilivm- . I-II NI rII1'I'II IIII1111' I'liIiIi -s Inv. IIEI Ih-nirrlx Ile-vivxv Sh 5, 'I'IIz- IT! Al nu- Vristn 1i:1r:xg'r- , 1341 IE1-luis' N41 .'I:1u-I III! N Ib x1vv1Il1Ii's UV:-Ixf-sIV.w IGN Nuws- sz III' Is. ITLI IVUI I Silulin . lm Nz l'mm:1I Iizmk fm1'4'fI111nm-:wi V131 ICWIIQSIIUII Inv. I IN N:xI'I11:xI ICr'rmfm15 Sl Il' 'S Ifliv I'I..rrm I'LlII1I'. Iiits-IIIAII 1331 N1-ilzm, 'I'I1f- I'r'i11I1-1' lui' IIU 'rf I'IIlIl, 'l'Il4' I343 N1-ilzzu, 'I'I11vm:Is I.. I-III IM , I-V. Max 152 Ne-xx' I.: mlm: .Xxvninq 1'qmv:xx Vw. ISI IZ1':ul4-l"s, 'I'I11- .XVI ,'I1l1I Iflll N1 xx' I.m1rIm1 N 3I1II1f'::ln Imlrie-S IC13 I411IIu-I:-y t':1l'4-l1fri:1 HIS Nnvitr-h ws. III Iivu 10 N -ISI II I5 IZZT NIIIIII1'Q Ifli Ilurr, .X. II. x A. I, 133 0 Ilawx'-3Iilm'I11-II Vu, III2 IIl'1'2llI AN", III't'UIl ISI-S Ilif- C IVN1-iII's II:u'rIxx':l.rm- Ht -w 1113 1':xI.i11. 'I'I1f- I-II IIIIIIIIII, 'I'I4- III l':mt'i4-I1I':4 Ilil P 4':upituI l':1l14I5 Kitwln-I1 IIE I':lIt1-rpm, IC. IZ, 1334 Wrlwilffl I'I"ilII"I'5 N IIA--VS IIN I':1I1u-e- I:--umm-:Im mf: 1'n1'rnI IJIIZIIIIX' I.:ull1rIl'5' I'551 VZIXIII' N' Iiv--IM lflil 1':zx'm1. I'. .I. Illf- V1-I-1' wx Ilnwliuu .XIII-5-S 133 1'I1zIllrIIn-V, Ilnlvrl .X,, ILIIS. IGH IH-wpl.-'S Sh I SI w- 111 l'Ilwm-3-I':n4'Iu-1' Vu, I55 IH-4I1vIv's II '- III 1'iIX VHHI Vu. II'I I'z-Vry N .'t I' IIY I'I:ll'k N .' IIII III IH-Iv-1','1 , S, If. I!! Vrwzu-l'uI:1 Ilfvltling VII, ITM If,-1 ,NH g, yi,14,,- V Y 131 IIIVIIIXXLIVS I'IIJII'II1Il4'I' IIII I'11l11z1l11 I"Ill'1xil111'e- Vu. ISIN 1'm'vvI1'z111, Illlsm-I II. ISZI R I'tlIIII Ii 'Oli I5I Il-112:11 'r,', .. . ISIS IIl'1'1lIII .X11!'vnmIlII4- S.f1'viw- IGI Il.-1-x'-s . I In t'1'um'Iu-I' Ilrmsn- Il:11Iu-1' SIIHI. 15V III-usx - ZIUI' I'vIIylI-I-lmiw I 1,1, 137 Vrmvn 'I'In-znlrv IZIT 1g,,f5,,-y. Tin- V, W IIIII 4'1'wx'.'1l 4'If':u1f-V4 ,X IIxw1'.' IIT! lime.-11I1vItz Itgllqm-y 11111 fry rI:1I 1'I1-.Im-ls A Ily.-VS IMI. Iimlmly X Vustvllu IIEJ D Il , .Iu,'11rI1 IISZI IMA, 'I'fw IMI S I14-NIMH. .1. II. I IL S11 ':ll'4I I1-UN. IIN Ilvxw-51 Y. Ii. IZCI .'z " Iizmk ni' NI-xx Imlulmn IGS Imuulzus K SUII, II, Ii. IIN S1'Ix:aIrI1'in's 1'I1:l.lx1piun SIMM-1'u, IS! I .If I . . 131' SI-Ixwzwlx I"11y'Iuit11V-- Vu III? E Se-il'4"ls, Iimil IIQI I'I:lIr11 K XWISH11 VH. IIT S4-IIQWIX 11:15 N MII Fra. ISI! I'IlI'I-nIrvi11. .Xsuvzm .X. II5 SI :ule-It 4'Im-zzlzinu' .V IIAI-Inu' Vw. If-33 Idmpirv 'I'hz-:mlrw I1'R Sh: 'III' .Q Un., II. .I. IIII I' SI1-1r:1l'1I .M SX'IlII,'KIll IIZII I-'4'IImzun N f'I.1l'II IIT- SI -PII. .I:ef'wIl III I"I'l'lII!4 If'.'I1llII'!llII II-I Sh 'IA XYMX, 'I'I1v INN Ifislu-1' Iflnriwr III SI1 'ls N I'x'vuIix IWW If' If. XYIIIIIIIII V. IIN Six Imumfs IZU x' 'nu' .XI-1v.fI+'nI3 III5 I4'1'in-nl IGI Su'lI1, Il. I'. IZIII Ifxm-.Ing Ifml Sr I umm. .I. III G SII11w1'.' -I SI: Ip IIT' Ilil-X' I'IIm-tr'i4- Un.. .IQI5 XX':I.1'1'- II IGI' S5 ' -1-I' Im- N' 4'rmI VII. Inv. IIT I:4'IIllIILIN INF Sv riing fl11m.'SI14vp I5N II1':ux'vs, .I. NI. I553 .'I. Ch-1'11min I5If Hunt II Inlmlwr Vu. . IZEI Shar Imiry IM, Inv, I5-I fI1'u.'I"1, Szumuwl AI, III? SIJIVI' Ilws. VVVA .. .... .. . If! Ilulal. .I II ITTI Str-I-Iv Inv.. I-I. IP, I-'I H Slglm- CII I'3I II.IrlvI:u4I ,Xl'm.I' :xml Nnvx QI nw- II3 Svvifluzllu. 4'I1:lVI1-S IIT II:mvy Im-.. .IHIIII 'I', I-'II SIIIIIVIIII I'1'i1IIir1Ll"'H. I5I IIilI'I'j'S AI:1u"4 NIIUII IIT' Sv: II 1'41.. .M V. IIII II1'uIfI I"l1!'x1IIll1'v- V1-, IIII T IIlllvg:':el'i:1l1 III-,'t:ul1V.411I .k IM-Ii:-:Ilvfsw II IGI 'l',,1'y1f-5-'S 'I'fIgfm'3' ISI I 'l':lIe- X Nvilzlll IMI IVI:u11:Ii's I377 'I':1vIur, .XI -X IIII ' .',,' . IH 'I'I1:1mvs Ivim-I' Illl J PIVIIIIIIIVS IAIIIIIIIVI' Vu. IIi'i .I:ur'Ii'a 'I'ix'1- .'Iwp I?!5 I'Ix:1m:-s SI1' w:l1'fI. I1n'. I3'I .Izu'Ii's ISSN 'I'I1um1usm1 VII: xlwnla-I Vu. I Ii' .I:uIm .N 1lIIi1-1' Vw, ITI 'IH wn IIiII Ii.1rIwr SI1 gr III-'I .IfrIIl.' II Vu., KI. I'. ITM' 'I' yx IIIII I'I1:rlm:u-5' Ilf- K 'I'l'wy I.:ul1111l1'x IFII Ii:u1vI:ll1's l.l "'n!I.2.l'4' CII up IIS 'U ISI'-In x Vu, Iflxxill II-T I'IIII'II I!'1x1Ii .K 'I'1'll.'1 Vw. IIII IQ:-II:-lx, .Ium--x N. IST I'niIv-II Ifruit Slfvxw-w II! I. V lun:-Ilvyx X' I'lIIIIII'I' I--3 X'n'Ivw1'4x 1'qulurIx SI1 I III I.,-un -, Imwis If-I YIIQIF IC: In-rx' ITIT I.iItIv Ilig HI 'I IIET W I.rlIw-II:l11.'Iq, M4 'tis Iflf' XYz1IIq-Hvvl' SI1 I I'I3T M IxY2lIIv'I', XXHIIII V. -Xvvm .Y Klzlllup IIN NI:u"s S1 I: .'I I I5I NV: IL'I'IIIZIII, XV . II. IVI 5l'1l11i1'4-, Ile-m'5' I.. WIT IYIIIUII AI2I.4'IIIIIl' Vu, II, IC. IYI BI -1'1-1-V, l"I'l'4I"!'I1' XY. , 1222 XX'inrI11-up 'l'1'11s1 Vu. Ilff NI -trfvpfvlitun I5:u'Iu-1' U III! XYumI ' ' I1 VH.. IIIIYM' . W III-' Mit -In-II Imirif-s IIN XY5'ln:1n's UII'IIIL'A'I'IIJlI1Il'S . .. .... ... H751 M1 'rn ICI:-I-lrif' . . . .. III Y , 1'-gm I tol . ,, ,. ., , ..... . ., 125 YI-Iluw 1'41Iv VO. .. , . .L III! THE BULKELEY WHALER -- 1932 PHE MOHICAN HOTF L YENV IOYDOIN CONN "5x0llD 310 Rooms wlth Baths Flreploof Rf-t lllldllt f1f1tf11f1 Roo C mlf n H111 Romns Unsurpassed for Lonventlons and Soclal AHQHIYS mfml 11111 bilvltl SIKA 1 ll Rau - lo P11111 lllblll GIILHIH Blanlx B W all cr Wu' r 1 , J at , 1 7 W A A L , , , 1 ' 4: X ff-N 1 EZ ik- lv? ., 1 1 , 4' xqxqpiv s 1 3' . ,' l I A I I5 I il N fl x Q. ,. L " IC , c f X 1 - 1 f - , It " c 1 , . . . . All I - Y -' ' 'R I 1 t N full Ulllll cw . w . f . . . - AU L ' ' F 1, . ,x I U I i ' ,I ' f I I ' N L f. ,V Y fy f C 1 p 1 . , T , . . ' 'x . . I' . .,.. .....,.....,....,.. ,..,..... .,...................,...... Prryz' mul lzfnlflrrrl f1 fy f S! TW WFFHTEER XD S Xl M I ' XXHNN 1 AQQ 1932 Jig V? F KJ X'-bjfdm JD ff? mtg' 17454 22 NOVEMBER The usual gr1nd 6 Rally for Tech game McC1arry speaks Hope to see you out there 7 to 13 Students burnlng all thelr br1dges 1n pleparatxon fo1 the ap proachlng exams Johnsen makes h1s annual debut at the Carde RECEIVES condolences from the students and congratulatlons from the faculty McGarry d8C1d6S to do some work on the Whaler Raclne rages and how he rages' Mrs Mac buys tu 0 turkeys and some of the boys got the gravy The whole school Eplcureans Tlme taken out to eat and be merrv DECEMBER Whaler staff workmg over t1me as suual Myster1ous announcement of Faculty football team as chosen bv letter men Ends Mr Small and Mr Peck Tackles Mr Cole an Mr Flood Reed Cuards Mr Norrls and Mr Hamlen Center Underwood Half backs Mr O Brxen and Mr Canty Full back Pasquale Quarter back Mr Hertell Pony backlield Mr Shay Ray Reed M1 Orcutt and Mr Falconer Board of Strategy Lawrence and Mr Balentlne D1et1c1an Mrs Mac Chrlstmas fever 1n the alr Freshmen told there IS no Santa Claus Inky Gordon becomes notorlous Wlth h1s basketball prospects Bxg Chr1stmas assembly Facultv rece1ve thelr trophles Varslty football and cross country men glven thelr letters by Mr Troland and Mr Prentls Classes present plays Chrlstmas vacatlon be gms JANUARY Congratulatlons and best of wlshes to M1 and Mrs Balentlne Wel come to our mldst Faculty and students show Chr1stmas wearlng apparel and a Hrm bellef 1n St Nick Student body holds an assembly M1d years not far away Del more falls asleep 7 Student councll organlzes Hockey maugurated by Mr Shay 27 Lynch, Colkey, Dyer and Blennan all smoke the same brand of clgarettes Clgalette sale lmmense Brennan buys h1s own? 'P 'l and the other three smoke any glven number 30 Exams are over "O death, where IS thy Stlllgvn FEBRUARY 1 The faculty gave most of us a break Ask Coll1ns, Hammll, and Bernsteln Depresslon h1t the marks 3 The usual stall IU the selectlon of class r1ngs Haleft1ras wants a pound of gold 5 The hockey team badly 1n need of 1ce 8 The annual wlnter carnlval postponed W M I glrls dlsappolnted 9 Whaler goes to press - j I - I - - Q T' 'Y 'I YQYCY l V' V 7 Page one handled twenty sms 'CA "1 FY'-.. KS! " "f1"2: xx 'l ,jb'1'2Z":fi'. rl if ' 1 OX C.: ' xx PL '-J Q i ' X ix .Nbr Yi, . Q jun., g f 'f S'-xr 1' ' QEQ A ,,, v mln 1 ll - , vt ag ' ff ' 1 I A-A x, J, x .V -afffsy gre, 5 ffaeo-tl, 4, f, 'f'Nga,., ,A ,IJELI Xu XT-Q-4!,.f 14? I 2. ' . 16. 1 , . ' 20. , L ' K . ' 23. . - ' . . 1. r ' - ' ., . . 3. ' v Z , . . 3 s, . d . 3 1 , . ' . 3 , Mr. g - , . ' ' . 3 - , Mr. g - , . 3 , , . , Mr. , '. - . I . ' g , Mr. 10. - ' ' ' . r' L. . S. v . k K ' 4. f ' . ' . ' . - . Y as . T K ' THE BULKELEY WHALER - 1932 SSELAER POLYTECH IC I TITUTE TROY NEW YORK A 31111001 of ILNUINI-EHN1, NND 11 1+ llxxg X X 1 11 7 11 N 1 S 111 1 N 1 N 1 1 111 A Mechamcal Electrlcal 11111 Chemlcal Engmeermg 111 Arch1tec ture 11111 111 Bumme-Q5 Adm1m51r1110n Physlcb Che-mlstry 1 IO ogy 1 1 11 1 1 N111Ll1 N 11 1111 1 11 N 1 X N x 1 l111N ll 1 lx 1 1 N N 1 N 1 1 1 D xx L 11,1 s 1 Q N 11 1 111 l'1lr1 1 '1 Y j 11 ' N1 Y E Y 1 1 1 1 1 J 1' 4 , , A ,J 111-1 111- .. '1Il1'1' l'111111-1-111111' 1111111111- 11:1 1'51111114111'11 511 '111'111, N1- ' Y111111. 111 13-1. 111111 15 11 -111111--1 511111111 -11' 1-11- f1'11 1-1-1'111g :11111 s1-11-111-1- 111 1111- 1411111-11 .11ll11'4. S1 11'111S11211'1'1'111111' 11111 1111111 1111 111-111l'F1Jl11'N111111 11-1-1-11111-1111111111- LY1111111 111111 1111111 1111'11'-111111- 1-1J1.K'1g11 1'11111111'11-s. 111 1111' 111'1'1'111 111111-. 1111'1'K' :111- 111111.L' 1111111 11111111 .'111i11'l11s 1111111111111 111 1111- N1-1111111. 1-111111' 1-1-111' 1'1l111'f1'5 11111111121 111 111'Qs'1'1'1'f 1111- 11111-1'1-11. A Civil. . y . y 1 A I . 1. . y . . - 'Z . 1. kv v . 'HM B' 1 . 1111.1 111111-5 111. 1111- 1'11Q'1111'1'1'1l1Q' 1-11 V11-s 1111- 111'1-111111-11 111 1:111- 1111 1111111 111 :1111- 11111111-11 111- -115-'4 --111111. 111'Zl1111Z111'S 111- 1111' 1'll111'r1' 111 .X1'1-11111-1'1111'1- 111-L' 111'1-111111-11 111 1l1'I11'111k1' 1111-11' 1l1'111-1'N,1 :1 111 21111 111- 11- 111: '111'S. 111111111111-1 111- 1111- 1-11111'f1- 111 1111F1111'NN X111 1111511'Z1111111 :11'1- 111'1'11111'1'11 1111' 1-:111-1-1's 111 11l1,'1111'S5 111' 1111' 1111- S1111.' 111- 111111 1111111111111-f 111 1111' 1-1111151-1 111 1'111s11-. 111111 1111-111- 15111 1l1'L' 11111-11 1-111' 1'1-f1-1111-11 211111 11'211'1111111' 111 1111-fc 111-1111, EIN 11-1-11 11. 14111' 111'111'111'1- 111 11121111111'1111L'111'b111.1l111l11L'f1 bL'11'11L'1'. '1'111-1-11111'x1- 111 11111111g1- 1111-11111'1-s 14111' 1'L'S1'Z11'1'11 111111 11'!11'11111Q'. 1.1111 11-11114 111 111111- 11111 1'l1Q'1I1L'1'I'111Q' 111111 111111111 111-111111, 211111 1.1114 1111- w111111- 111- 1111-111- 1'1111' 111111 111- '.11'1. 111'Z11111I111'b 1114 11111 111- 1111- :1111111- 1-1 1151-N 111211 1'11111111111- 111 -11' XX'111'1i 111 1111- 1111111111111- S1-1111111 111- 1111- 11 1111111-. 1111- H1111-1-K 111-f-'1'1-1- 11 0111111-1'1'1-11 11111111 1111- SIl11.1AI11'11l1'1 1-111111111-111111 1114 11111- 11-111K 111111.11 211111 111L' 11111-1111 111'Q'1'1'L' 14111 1111'1-1- 11-111", 11'111'11. '1111- 1111-1111111 111. 111.11'111'111111 1s 1111111111- '1111 X'1'1'f' 11111'111g'11, 111111 111 1111 111-1111111111-1115 1111- 111111111111111 1-11111111111-111 15 111111-1111111 1111111111-11-. .111 11111-1'1-Q1111g' 1111111111111-1 1-1111111-11 "1,111- 211 111-11. , 1'1I11'1'-1, 111s-1 -:111111 111- 111111 111111'1. 11111.'11':111-11 1111111-1111s 111111- 111- 11111111111-11 111 11111115111g- 111 1111- l'1-A '1.1l'!l1', 111 1111 ON. 1'111s11111'g'11 11 '111111g'. 1 ' I 1 ' Il'l1'1lllllllllIIIllIIIIYlllllllllllllllllllrlll Illlll J' 11111' l111n11'1'1-11 111-1-11111111111 THE BUI KELEY WHAI FR 1932 COMPLIMENTS or R P SNIITH Graham Brothers Motor Cars 555 Bank St NEW LONDON CONN Judf e PTISOHCI the Illly fmds Prlsoner That s 111 11g,ht 1udge to be mfluenned by w hat they say COMPLIMENTS OF THE EMPIRE THE ATBE 394 Bank St The House of B15 Shows s an Sll1dII P1101 s Pau our lmmlifzl 111011111 fight I' in n P Cnnfvlztmurra anh Qlatvrvrn Try a B S Sunday Catermg to Banquets Dances and other Part1es S F PETERSON NC 121 Stlte St 301 Stain St NEW LONDON CONN you gullty I know that Vou re too 1nte111g,ent COMPLIMENTS OF THE XII 1 FHELI DAIBIES lroducers of Grade A Raw or Pasteurwed M1111 Heavv Cream Table Butter Fresh Eggs 629 Montauk Ave NEW LONDON CONN ' s J J J '-1 Q 1 5 E E ' 1 - I ,ff-. E - : -Vf . 1"" 5 5 : 115' : 1 E I 5 0g'f"f I 1 f Me -I'-v u Q J. , : : ,flpbf : I I v 'l : : : ' ' : Tub 5 Q ' . Q 5 Q 1 - E 5 - - If 5 , L . . . . . - . . I 1 - 5 . - r t .N v X . 4 . . 5 K 7 1 ' s - J 2 ' f , . M ' f . x h' Y I 1 . . J. ........,......,..... . ,..,.......,..,.,..........,.,..,,.,..,.....,................. 1 L ,, ,,,,,, - 2 5 1 r 1 E 5 E 1 'Y Y A Y I 5 A 5 5 W Z : : 5, 5 5 5 K 1 5 E rr I .- - L L E ' E E 5 .1 x 3 g 2 S, . 5 5 ' E f ' la' E : : K -f : : : I E V ' THE BUI KEI EY Wllkl I R 1937 Il S Imrfznrf H r x Sugbests That for a summer xacaflrm Chrd ELH of mal spolt and thrxlls balore Uul on tlu W 1 1 Theres nothmg hke If SEA SLLD XY SEA HORSE BOATS MOTORS 375 00 and up E S S07 50 and up We sell 'md suuu 1 momplgto hm of tha best boats and motms fu ul lhlo from 1 put put to a pow.: vacht An 0 ltflt tor every purse and purpose IVIUNICIPAL PIER Opp R R Statlon NEW LONDON Ida hlxxn Re1dx Th uso P IHE GROION IUMBFR CO f RO'l ON CONN Ea-t End oi lhdnu - Hum 1311410 lure T If F t A J 1 1' I J 1 1 P 4 "Nr ' l,m1rIm1'.- 'I ' 4 ffrrI111rrrff'z'.-" U 5. , ' Q , 3 .c- : ' 4 ' -- ' O ' f 1111 ' 2 l 'I 1 1 IZ XZ Ok INC KA .f 1, f -. ' - ' ' .' . f 'f c 'Z 2 , ? ' ' ' ' Ma 'S 2111-lilzlrry talks in fl wp. ilzvsz -' , i aj. r 1 r 1 ' J X1 ' , . J J, , J o 1 1 w T I A , Q . ' i I f Y U 0 . Y , O.. I- , . . 1, R , L , 5 , ' lf' nm' lffarzclrvfl iwvnfff mm THE BULKEI EY S I If Wzfh llr Ill THE ROSARY New London Conn Lharleo B Freen Prop Day Phone 2 4128 The Iflex Nou Ill hula on you The Pup I et out thls IS my hxde WHALER 1932 CLUB VALHAI LA The Smartest Dmmg and Danclng Place ln Fastern Connectlcut SHEP KRD 8 SW XNSON Greetmgb to Bulkeley L G BALFOUR COMPANY IEWEI ERS to VARSITY L I UB THF WHALER and THI' SENIOR CI ASS of BUI KELEY SCHOOL Adnan M Woodworth 61 Imlay St, Apt B6 Hartford, Conn, Tel 6 0137 I J N0 hunflwd flzzrfu 6 i J T q 9 HAH, 1v'l,,.N N 6 " i ' 5 5 ,A J, JN, Broad St. Extension : : J Opposiic Cedar Grow- fomct 5 Z E E E ,, 7' '?"E S E w I w w . L. - I , . E E E .. - 1 H lllllllllllllllllllillllullvrll lllvlvllvlvllvlllrlll ullu -1 : x 1 2 ' , D' x 7 ' I I .1 .' . - , . . . Q Q . .Q J . , A c '. , l J Y L I J 9 J 9 1 J JL , 1 J THE BULKELFY WHALER 1932 COMPLIMENTS OF S VICTOR PRINCE Followlng elobe on the heels ot M1lton mme Bumon COMPLIMENTS OF C URNW ALL S PHARMACY C J COLLINS Prop Mbtlillllllltglll BdllJ61 Shop 179 Wlaln Street Utw Barbers Wlth 30 Years Experlence Salvatore Pr1olo Prop Curfew Eqnumpmem x g I I 1 for all Arhleuc Sports lfnm br Gualoq 22ElST42nl N WY IK N Y Provlders of equlpment for Bulkeley Athletlc Teams FR NNK QUINBY 'onnc-ctxcut Repre entatlxe MII FORD CONN CADILLAC 81 LASALIE A C SWAN CO NEW LONDON CONNECTICU1 126 Mam Street 2 Chflf Street Norwlch qv om zndrrd lm Il J I l J , l Y 1 Y I I no . . J A 2 m f' IQ A Ki' I- -I is A , . 0 E 2 L - In ' U: . ' mmmm-unmmm.mu-lmlm.-I..-I : E I lllnllfll, mm-nu nn:-n-:nl-ll-ll-ll un rlll- n n1ntn:-n : 5 sy. E 0 ' . ' , - ' f 1-I ,A 4 J 1 J I O -4. I Pa., f III " 1 "f, THE BULKELEY WHALER 1932 COMPLFVILNIS OF A MEMBER OF THE CI ASQ OI' 1984 I f I I cl fllirfy-I1' THF BUI KFI EY WH AI I' R 1932 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS N All ION AI BANK FOMMERCF VHF BOYS CLUB 250 State Street NEW LONDON CONN J f?llNL1 All but tha Ameuc ln one Wllenskx Wh lt do xou mem the AmLl1Clll one ' QdlX61 The one th xt s gone d1y l ll QRXVES COMPLIMEN FS Inburance an PAYNI Sz KEEFE Real Ifstate Archltects and Engmecre Room 6 159 btate S1 H C WEAVFR 8. CO I 1 1 1 1 4 . J J J J ' A J J 'T q V OF OF 1 2 E J 2 J , - 4 , 1 - , 1 J V ' 1 Ng 5 E , J L A Q E Wilonsky-Have all the Cows been milkedi I ' '1'- 2 2' 2 '. f Q j- 2 j 2 , J' 2 ,. 1. . 2 .1 , 2 YK, . .' ' N , E Q , . 4, n .' , OF 2 T 4 ' ' J E 3 1 2 E . . v J Y . 'Nfl' nm' lzfnldrml flffrlf 411 ll If PHE BUI KI' I FY WHAI ER 1932 SI+l"lX SROS Sa CO Successors to C L Wllson VW OODW ORKILRS qwh Doors Blmde Sc1e0nQ Etc Made to Order Rear 263 Bank Street New London Conn U11 1 a lnml oi Mrs M le SOS' Wh It do you me Ln' Shu 11 S une Old Soup TN I C hone 'Vleats and Clrocerles Members ofI G A Stores Tel 8316 New London Conn lDl1f QGW Phone 9168 Pleasant Valley Road GROTON CONN 111113 Im xou know why I mm xi 1116 Imntt n l1IlX Xouu Mlcssu 1 COMPLIMFNTS OF hUSSl4Ll II FORCOR XN r 1 , , 4 J J ,I A "- NNSQ I' I f Dr. ' Y 1 . , m .z. , S, 1,11 ' , '.-1 1 """"!iQQ"'5Q"'i1fmg NC - - ' sos, H 2'-C S. ' 2 12 '. W I 41 ' . 7 L C C l C K Q JOII T IUTA V. C. IW EY A L. . - . - F. Flowers" IF"'i'l'-'- 'z ' hi k. F21 .'- 7 "2 1' r.'.'ezl 't. ' D ' N W Y Y' V Y N1 W V' ,x K J J , U A A ' 1 ''Q"5"'.','QQQT'''QQ'ffQQQYQTIIQ'"Iiilff-'2f,flfQ'll',','li'' ' H ' THE BUIKI1 LILY WHAI ER 193.2 J ACK S IIRE SHOP Dlstl lbutol THF CEBFRPXL TIRF 380 384 Bank Street New London Conr 'XT1 Pd quile B91IltE,111 do xou know Lmtolns Ctttxsbtllg, dl ess ' I 91HNt91H W hx no I thought he lntd 'xt the XX h1te House LET NEW LONDON Joh THE BARBER "0 IT 11111111155 INL lwowsn H111 13111311 G1 ule A Nhlk bhop loseph MHIOTHHO Prop 796 Bank Street I hone 9027 New London Conn 73 IQHQFSOH AVC We take the Dents out of Accldents P J CARON RCDHIIIII Auto Rfndlator Cas 'lank Fender Bodv Work Runnlng Bo 1rd and Wlouldmg Telephone 7186 6 2 Bank Street New London Conn W 1 'I 6 5 J J . A l' Q - .,...,.............................................................. . ..........,.....,.............,......................... . 9 r 1 W Q Q , A st E " .' . 5 1 1 E J I J A 4 E - 1 1- 1 1 . v v ' , ,N v vw 1 1 '. 'S 1 - 5 1 , l . If .. f 54-'-'gf f " 11 L.. ,.,....... ..... ........,,..... . . ........................ 1 ,J ......,..............,.............................,.................. 2 as Q 1 1 5 SZ E - 2 or MUHEGA V E as Q E A 2 ' E 5 ' ' W E E E 9 ' Q r ' E 5 , , . . , . 2 . 2 , C f : 2 . : . , E 5 E H , E w E c ,I 1 1, E - , - E 1 - 5 - , 5 - - 2 5 - - A - - . .........,.,....................... ...., 4 ................,................. . Q 1. - in 5 ' " of : B 5 ' V 5 c 1 . 3 I A 3 - - Page one Ivzuadrvd fhirflf THF BULKPJLPY WHAI ER 1932 RUDDY 81 CObTELLO Im JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS 52 State Street New London Conn let the New Iondon Iewelere figure on vour Clase Plns and Rmgs Clam W hat would xou do lf Some xoung salesmfm W uted on sou whlle you xx elf buylng, some tQddIBS7 In 1416111110 xslth the Fu nd ui the Tunes DEMAND 'Q CLUB Pile Du G111011 ML It- Mah hlf s- If LIVUI N4 vc 1 Vans s T T W 5 5 J ,A A T 5 N N 2 I 5 . ,J 7 1 , ' , . K , E 1 - A 5 Helen--I think I'd have 21 fit. ac ' K ' . Y' J r ' I - - 'oe : ,' 1 , .f , Jk g 1 1 ' I 0 ' J ' Y J 5 J D ' ' -1 0 ' 1 U ,I ' Y I 1 J Aj U f 1 j W E Iago mm I1fIllI!lI'l'lI thirfy-xi.r THE BULKLI EY WHAI ER 1932 COMPLIMENTS OF IRLANDI 9 If-XSTF Meats and C1011 uc- of bupu me fylldllty S0 Ocean Ave Phone Mau Lou I knovs so mxnx min thlt I dont know who to uk to the I 10m I x Whv d nt xou 11111 1 101117 COMPLIMENTS OF Hd JPY H0111 S Entf1t.11nmf nt Hemy I M1Glllll CLASS OF 1901 THE Mercer Blllldllig NE W LONDON OONN A Publix Theatre ay and Frankhn Sts Phone 2 3396 NILLEII IN B BUHGESS TFYACO FASOI INE AND MOTOR OIIS Washmg Greasmg If 2 ll 1 w . A J L- u h . . ...... .................. .......................,....... .. .............,.... ......., ............,...., ..,..... .......,.... ..... - 1 K 5 E N E 5 . 1. Q . 1 3 5 A , - . w - 5 Q f -I . . , , . , . . , , . ,f 5 E - K ,fl K E I ' Y 7 '1 2 7 I 2 , V I EL' J . ' ' Y , . . V . , xrltj- f V 0 j 2 ' . h ..,..................................,...........,.,.......... . .......,,.,... .., ....... . . . 2 5 5 . I E E 5 5 .Q 2 E : A. ' S 5 Q - I E E X . 4 1 Q . 5 : ff Q , 1 , : : ' 2 I J- .f 5 5 : S . e - E Q ' - ll ll ll : : Ill ll 1 ll: lllvlllll llllllllllllll ll 5 .....,.............................,............... ..... ........ . ...., ........ ..... ..... ......... E ' 1 1 O1 E . L Q 44 - I J E 4 Q . . : . : llllllllIllIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII V llllllllllllll 1 'IIIlIIIllillillIlllllllillllllllllllllllll P1 1 w mu' ,III fdrwl fh ' 'lg -s1'1'4'r THF BUI KELEY WHALER 1932 COMPLIMENTS OF W XI I FR WAI I ER AVERY Sri NI LUP Johnson Spurs Ive got the hlccups Frlghten me SDIQIS Boo' If 7 Y 5 H R DOUGLAS asf Rendezvous for All Bulkeley Boys Bulldmg Contractors Open Year Around BARROW S BUILDING Ocean Beach 263 State Street NEW LONDON CONN NEW LONDON CONN PUTNAII FURNITURE F0 Establlshed 1889 Ernest E Rogers Presldent CBu1ke1ey 18891 Wxlham D HHFFIS Treasurer CBu1ke1ey 18933 3L,0 BANK STREET NEW LONDON CONN Pagf mu hlnzdzfd fhzrtzf zghf I 7 W 3 J' A 1 J ' J .J ' . If 1 E J J E 5 c p , J Lunch and Dancing ' 5 V f ,4 0 THE BULKFIPY WHAIFR waz J A SF GI-LRMAIN GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUII DER Effluent Sl1pCI'V1S101'1 and Organ1zat1on Ample Equlpn ent for Every Requrement Montauk Axe Pnone 9389 New London Conn Shulte E1 somethmg seems to be xuon f Ruth the LIILIHL Ruth Dont be sll xx ut tlll vm get off the m un 10 1d COMPLIMFNTS OF JACK 5 M01 11- Oc EAN BRAC H Lulu han-lcv CLASS OF 08 Ehlouulh Sfud VVha11ng Bank Bulldmg NEW LONDON CONN COMPLIMENTS OF NA FIONAL EC ONUMY bTOREb A New London Entelprlse 1 1 6 n I J J J J T Q! ..... ....... .,.....,. .............. .......,.... ,................,.,..,........ ...,. ..... .,....,....,... .................. if N1 3 0 ., 0 L ,D . . . 1 1. 464 V 7. . - , . ..... ..,........ ,....,..,. ...... ....... ......,..........,,.., ................. ...... ....... .. ..,..,....,.................. ...... . ., ' . 1 v ' Q l v v1 t ,'- X r' , 1 1l i. 1 1 I., X , Y. 1 U I V 1 ' I 1 -- 1 , 'c A 7' X c 1 . .......,..,........... ..... ....,..,. . ..,..... ....... . . ....... i .......,............................ .......... . . 5 4 ' N 9 '1 5 Q . : 3 f 1 1 4 2 3 - N 1 N Q 5 ' J , A ,. , 4 E E 5 5 . an ' ' 99 Q v V D1 X N V 'I 1 A O , . A , , . v . ,...,........,.. ............ . ,.,............. . Prryr mn' lllfzlrlrwrl fhirf mn THE BULKELEY WHALER - 1932 .Annu s CORP 1 NDIES SPILL IAL I IES The Vlecca for Lollege fnrls 114 State Street New London Conn If ux md 111 10111 evlms 1 h W h Its the LXL 1 IS HDL 0 ux XX ll what could xou expect' 61 uc the mme 11111 questlons COMPLIMBNTS OFA MBMBhR OF THE CI ASS Inu HIM! OF 84 II1 DDO LOAI Xustocrat oi Xnthraute CVD COM 0 I4 veluel Spltf 410 P21114 St Phone 3521 4 ' ' TQ 1 1 1 y 1 'H Q J, , n J ' Y, E , 1 1- Q . 1 1 . I Q , . , . Q Ev!lxlnlllllllllvlllIvlllllllllltlllllllllllltVlvrllrltIlrl!VIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWVI!VIrllvlvvllvlvlllllllvlyllvllvlvvllllllllllllllllbvlvlltllYIIIIKIIIIIIllllllllllllllvllllll- ' 1 . . Y 1 A A . K y1 1 Mr. A ft .'-Paul: j ' x . . .g.11n, 0 3 7 z . 2 - 'u.e LVD fl "7 L ft .'-- 'C , ' 2 ' ' ' '. Th ' ga ' ? 1 Sz 1 f 3 1 . 1 1 ,.......,...........,..... ................,.,.,..,.....,..,,....,..,..,....,..... 1 1, ..,......... ...,..,.,.... ..,.,.........,....,. ...,.,..,..,.....,... 5 E E 1 1 E E E 1 J , A A 1 Q 5 E 5 E A 1' 1 . f ,V . .' , E 4 E E L m A Q Q E 1 1 If N ' C ' Q 2 Q A , A 1, J A u Q 1 1 2 E : 1 1-I I E 5 1 V. . ' 5 , 2 Q J - K, . Q ,fe . ' ' ' ' I I"l ' 'I J nm zu 1111 JI THE BULKELLY WHAI ER 1937 COMPLIMENTS OF Dlllf and Dam L IEUPLES SFORE lub Q XBIN 143145 Bank Street 239 BANK ST Shaldf Dldnt I kms xou at Joe 4 home' Thelma Did vou? About wh xt tlmc 7 EI EC1 RIF COMP NNE Electrlcal Contractore All leadlng makee of Radlos Majestlc Refrlgerator Eabv Washers 413 Bank St Phone 3716 COMPLIMENTS OF THE BEE HIVE S'1v lt Wlth FISHER S FLOWERS State Street NEW LONDON CONN COMPLIMENTS OF I FOPI F S SHOE S IORF 58 BANK ST Page 0710 hIlNdIUd f My T W to J 1 1'i at f Q dvi Nr uw E I 1 1 '1 K S ' S 19 . -. i ' 7 '-, y . ,w 5 'L 1 - ' ' I 'z ' V. WIQDERN On all occasions- J J , J Q 2 . . E ff T 5 5 A ,X Q E . W v . E Q . p 4 J S W E E , J J J L, H e vw J J THF BUIKFIFY WHALER waz UNITED FRUIT b1UhFb Alw we the lowest ln Prlctb 56 Mam Street 169 Bank Street NEW LONDON CONN t 'lux Mx mtox IS to 18 NIM ut on H1111 COMPLIMILNTS OI' COMPLIMENTS SIDNE Y H NIINEI' REALTORS Insurance of 'ull Kmd X FRIEND Manwarlng Bulldmg Telephone 3239 I F IJENISON DlStf1IJ11tO1S for Keystone Varnlsh Co WAII I XPP RS AND PAINTI4 RS SUI Pl IES Pamtlng md Detoratlng 7 9 Howard Street New London Conn 5 6 J J J J J A l' g 0 . .................,....,....,.............,..........,...............................,..,.,........,..,...,............... . 1 'wr 1 , w A ,J . 2. ' ' I ,' . ' ' ' ' , . Mail. j ' ' 2 ' ld. M I' C '.-I' K' ' hilt. ' 4 Q 2 N w E ne J , , . L' , I 5 5 ' ' OF and SU W 5 ' ' c O S E 5 W 2 2 ,I 1 3 E E f .. .. ,,............,..,...................... .. . . , W . , . . , 1 1 N9 1 3 1 J 1 1 J Lt J L, K J I . . 6 U . Q f If qw mic' lIllHtIl'l'f1 f-"I'fjl-IIIWP THE BULKELILY WHALI R 1932 EDWIB KFENFY COMP NNE nov and STQIIIOIIFIX 15 Mam Street NILW LONDON CONNECTICUT Thomas bay do xou thmk you 16 the best lookxng m Ill on the L U11 1 it I ulkelu B1001xS No I dont but uh it s mx opnnon compuecl to thi opnnon ot thousandi of women COMPLIMENTS COMPI IWII4 NTQ bCHWAR 11 Z FURNITURF f UMPANY A FRIP NIJ IHI NNI NS I NILILAN Funeral Parlors Funelal Illrcctore New London Conn 12 Ocean Avenue Telephone H00 Irrff mic hundred rmfu Hum' 1 W 5 5 D -1 . - - . ............,.....,...................,................,........... ,...... .................................... .... ............... - E T T Y , 7 E 5 , ,J W ..J , ,4 , - , J T E B ly W f - - 1 3 l ,, g E - 5 E 1 E E vIInI-4.IInnuInIHI.1nuI-1-1IHInHnlnlInIn1-n-vI1I1IInIInI-IluInI-1I.IHIII..II.HIIII.1I......II1I1.IIIIII.1I.III-InHII1fnIII.1IH-um-mmmum. 1 ' .'- X' , .Y V . .V Y' C - ' T 2 'Z - 'l V v' p IS 2 fl at 3 , v y 1 v - . u ' ' .1 , , 2 . L E ' ' 1. 1 '7 . . . h .....,,.. .................................. ...... ......,... ........... ...,., L. ............., .............. ..,.... .......... A E 5 E Y 1 E : E 5 1 L J p 5 Q N N ' r Q E 2 J 5 E E w 5 2 E E E 1 E 2 J 2 S A 1 2 Z .......,...,.,.....,.,,.., . ,..,.,,.,............, ............, . .. .........,....,.,,,... . . E r w ' I w 1 E . f , I E , A LC lo V : E . Q : . . : K E E . - Z : """"U"""'l' IllvlllIVlllllllllllllllilllllllllillIIVH1llIlllllllllullnlllllllrllllIIIIT I, V . ' . - . THE BULKELEY WHALER 1932 J. SOLOMON Book-, Toys .md Nowltle- 30 MAIN STREET COMPLIMENTS OF 1.11011 bln lb Class of 1914 COMPLIMENTS V14 tmy Cdmly Shop L Hallkas Proprletor NEW LONDON CONN COMPLIMENTS OF THE OUTPUT 27 Bank Street New London Conn COMPLIMENTS nn - l16Htdll1dlll 00111011 VS hat prue le thlQ 9D0lf roadster? Rolls Hoy ce Sdlesm IH S1 S 605 C ordon Well vsh 11. would Vou illovx me on 1 1914 I old tourlngl COMPLIMENTS OF NOVIFCH BROS QLOTHINC HABERDASHERY 132 Mam Street New London Conn ffl nf in 1 0 - . . ' Y 1 1 5 1 4 . . ,, , . , . E E 4 w S 2 f I I I ' I E E E , . . E Q OF I ' I ' 1 I 4 E E , , I4 ,. 9. 7 V . .. I I if A JA . , Z Z ' Y I . a . Q 1 1 'I l I n A A 1 - S- ' ' S 2 - 3, . . , . 1 - ,, 'z ' V 2 ' 2 . 4' ' f r ,a . Y I 1 , . A ' nm' hu 1'11 flll'f.!l-fulfill' THF BU1 Khl EY V1 H A1 ILR 1932 Ilaherdashery and Irues up to the mlnute any 1 .111 - 1111 S54 Bank Street New London Conn 141111114111 81 CI l11x FLORISTS Crocker House Block 186 State St NEW LONDON CONN COMPLIMENTS OF loxx ll 11111 P11111 111111 y 100 Bank St or 1V1onta11k Ave 1 1 111111 f.11111y IQ11t1Il11 11011110115 110 C roam Home Made Candlee Telephone 9714 Prcp I cl on and Manoa 83 Broad Street NEW LONDON CONN Cop X1 ho xx 18 l111X111g xx hen xou hlt th1t t 11 Be1nstt1n tshghtlx oif 1Jl121Y1LL1 None oi 115 xxe xxelt 111 111 11 l11tk sefzt COMPLIMENTS OF B01 bpttgl 11111, b0lllL1Hl t 511011 IUC-V M E N 238 State Street IIS COMPLIMENTS OF 1.111111 A E11t1l11LIl1 CLASS OF 1923 K11p1.111 A uggage 511111 HAIJDAD Armx and Naxv Sfmt Complete 11ne of L3dl6S' and Men s RldlI12,' Boots and Breeches 27 State St OppOS1tC depot Page one hundzcd fmty fill 1 4 r ' 1 1 1 A A .1 A A "- ' 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111..111......1.1..1.11.111.111.1111 1111111111.1111111111111111111111 ....... 111.111111111111111.111111111111111 , J ' 1 A E E . Q Q r 1 ' ' ..,'. 111 V1 EE - ' ' - D 1 1, K I 3 3 t ' E E 1 . E E P , . 3 : .f . . . 1 11.111111 11111111111111111111.11111111.1111..-11111111111 V 1 1 111.1.111....111.1111....1..1.1 1 1 1. E E N, . ' x , 1 . . 1- 5 : 1 ,, ,I L : E IC I Q E S1 +- 2 3 f 1 x : : J - - 1 I I 5 5 ' .' 1 . ' : : 1 f' : : . E E ' 1 E E 11. L 3 iS ' 1 1 - E E 1 - 1.1111.1111.11111111.1.111111...111.111111..111.111..1.1.11.11.11.11111.1..5 -1.1..1......1.1...111111.111111111111.1111.11.1..11.1.1..11..111111111.1111 1 ' 1- w -' -' ' v ' 1 .1 -'J 1 1 C A . K K . . A1 J' Av' v 2 13 ' A1 ly 1,.,2 ' 2 ' 1' 1 . 1111.111111111.11111111111111.11.1111111..111.111...111111..11 ..... .1....1...1..1......1 11,.. ,... 1 11..11.11..1.1 11.11.111 ..... ....1........11.11 .1 - 5 5 1 . 1 1 . E r N N E E 1 N 5 l 5 'A' 1 g Q A I. 1 E I 1C E 5 Y W E E E ' 9 . Z , , , 1 E : E . A 5 C '1 5 E 1 1 : ' : 5 ' 1 ' 1 : 7 1 1 5 J I E E I ' . 1 1 .1 ...... 1 1 1 1 A 1.1....11.11...1111 .... 11.1111 E Q E , . 1 Y, , Y . .., E 3 E A . A . V' 'J . . Q Q E I ' ' 4 A E : 5 1 ' 'Y ' ' " 1 ' ' 5 : . , . . E E E 1 E E 5 -1 ?, . . . 1 . 1. 1 1' .....1.111.11.11111111.11.11.11.1111.1.1111111111111111111111111111111111111 Ing THE BULKELFY WHALER 1- 1932 C LOSP FRIENDS Smce 1881 bovs enterm and leavmg Bulkeley have been more or less 11'1t1fT12t6lV assoclated wlth The Day some rn the capaclty of carr1ers some as marlers some as correspondents These young men ha e learned to estlmate and understand the value of keepm abreast of current events here and else Where through The Day s columns Those among you who have not learned thls lesson should take up tlee subject Those matrmculatmg to colleges w1l1 End The Day sent by ma11 a welcome PG subject EASTERN CONNECTICUTS LEADING NEWSPAPER THE DAY 14800 C1rculat1on 3c the Copy Ixabblts 0 C comet hue sou spoken to txthel yet' Stead No dear lm lxmpmg, because I shppcd on 1 bmanx pccl Shot Slum Pd1l01 COMPLIMENTS HDI H t Cl 10 I kann btunucl M lrlllililll STATE STREET COMPLIMENTS OF B M B 41 INE FHAMES DINER FURRIER A Clean Place To Eat 43 Mam St L M Mathewson New London Conn Prop F0710 Ill find f0IfJ .1 ........................... .,....,..,.. ...........................,...,. ..... .................................. : N w 1 e1 E A J 5 . . O, . 2 5 E 1 , .' I - 5 1 Z ' - . V , - , E ' tr ' - .. : o 'Y I I E 1 . f v 5 , . . . E v E V 7 ' V' 1 - v v '. ' 1 ' ' 11- , I f T ', c t' S c , V' . J , - , 7 ' ' lf L1 A1 ' , z E 1 Z , , - mn.......................................,..,.. .... ...........................5 L...............,....1............,............................................. 5 - d 5 E : l w I ' w K ' I I E BLH0115 News Stan 5 5 5 - . 5 E : 1 I r Q 4 E : E L J : E 5 . 5 5 5 2 ,lf E E I I : W ' O : U 5 : f , 1 . s E : E 0 lf - 3 - S ? . ....................................-......... , : 5. ., . . .. .. h .......................,.....................4.....K......, . .- - ., . . , . ....,................ , 5 V E E E V N 3 n 1 L J E E - 5 - Q 5 1 E ' E E 0 v 5 , f - E 5 - ' f I Il " I' 'I-sim THE BULKEI FY WH uma 1932 The LAIUN 81 WILSON CU It It Hfl1dXNcl1l W1 Have It Wholesale 'md Retall Phone 5687 208 218 Bank St New London Conn 11116 D0 xou 1111011 xxhx f.,lllS xx 11k home l 1 ice No I dont 11116 Come on lets go lltllllg Cl.11lx S1 Slllllll COMPLIMENTS Quallty Meats, Poultry Game, Fresh Vegetables f htules Sulslndn One Frlend Tells Another CLASS OF 23 Telephones 3336 3337 115 BANK STREET SPIflEl1 ICE mul COAL CU I111 Anthraclte and Bltummous Coppers Coke Agent for Motorstoher Automatlc Loal Burner GROTON CONN PHONE 9054 P11111 0111 I 11111111 f1 1 t I 1 5 1 A 1' 1 1 ,.......... .......................,.. 1 .... ,..... ............................... ............. ............,... .............. 1 Y V 1 ' N ' N 1 I ' 1. L A 0 . . -. , . ff . ,, , v ZH 1 " , 1 . L , - . , , ...............................................................,......................................................................................... IG , ' -V, , 1 1 1. r' . K, V2 1'- iw H v I C 'T' n I w - 1, ,' ' Ill ' xl J , X y r 1 ................................1.....,..................,.................L. , , 1 . N ' I Z . . f Z I J OF 5 5 . 2 g , E : K N ' E . . , V s . I : A ,fl 1 E E H , H 1 E E : Q , f E . . 1 . ......... . .......1.. ..... ....1..,............1.. ............ ..... ,..,..,....................................... .... .....,.. . ......... .... 1 W , 7 . . N J A ,A , A .9 . D. . . ,Y w K - - - X . ' 1 4 , . .........., .... .,...................,.....,1.. . ,. .,,. .,..,.....,,.,.......,........... ....1....... ,1....1,,......,,,.. .' ' 111 'f kU'fl-Nfl TI TH Bl IKPIFX WHXIIL 19 P COMPLIME N'I S TIUIC tl 11,1101 mu IS JIS? Il lmhn Um th1tS COMPLIMENTS PHE C XI ITOT I I F NNIMRCB KNO IJYERS INC PHONE 9045 for SERVICP I I COMPLIMENTS PERRY Sa STONF NF lewelers qmcc 166 1 Pl'mt Bulldmg NEW LONDON CONN X X011 look Q0 hapm Do Yom Bookshoppmg at IHE BOOKSHOP NF Merxdmau and Church Sts C1rcu1at1ng L1hrary Phone 8802 COMPLIMENTS OF S XY XRD BROS 134 State Qtreet E T, 1,u' f,CR'- .3L T X R T OF 5 K , I ,. , - wr 3 E o . p 4 " 1 ' ' 1 " SX A JI , A. Q E ' ' A I C Mahv- 1' 'Q '1 HY.. Mr. z ' - . z 'A why j R ' ., ' 5 E K L OF E E E I Ao N T 'V ' ' 'J 5 2 . ......... ...,..,....... . ,a J L n Q Q X w 1 4 ' , n Ao 5 5 N 7 R w MAY' YW-W E E x I .' , K 0 3 M I fp nm' fzunrlrwrf furljf-4 41111 THE BULKPIFY WII NI ER 1922 ABEN HARDWARE COMPANY 74 78 Bank Street HEADQUARTERS FOR Reach Wrlght and IJltSOI1 Athletlc Coods Complete Llne of Sporting Foods and Ammumtlon NEW LONDON CONN Boxlston W mnt il ' Muv Oh Id loxe tooY Boylston W ut mst .1 second and Ill Q ttth wou one COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF D D S ENIL SEIFERI' S 48 Maln Street NEW LONDON CONN BAKERY Phone 7300 COMPLIMENTS OF 1' HOMl'bf JN C HEVROLE F Passenger Lars and Trucks SALES SLRVICF 1 1 F 1. J A J lr J " Q 71 A , . , - I , . . . . 1 , . - 'z 2 'yi 1 1 , Y X C I , . S 2' ' A1 . L., . 7 -2 a 1 l J. OTIS MIWER w - - . r 9 f N X1 V C0 , J , J I Y v 1 T J Page one lznmirvrf fnrfu 1 THE BULKELEY WHALER --- 1932 1-1 1... 1 THF MARINFBS SAVINGS BANK A Mutual Savmvs Bank State Street next to Post OHSICQ New London Conn Permanent exh1b1ts of whahng rellcs open durlng banklng hour Mme ox er phone 111111 saws she 1S11t IH IQ thele mx mesm I wha Yes tell hu Vick dldnt Img hu up BRATER S THE ART STORE Fme P1ctureC Aft1St1C Pxcture Framm Artlsts M3t6f131S Greetlng Carde Glfts and Noveltles Have Your Ihploma Framed Here 34 Mam St Phone 7131 Page one hundred fifty COMPLIMENTS OF Phe A101114 C11-to Gzuaffe E tabllshed 1905 RUN K C XRS James P 8111111111 . 1 1 1.... .,.1........,....1.. .. ............... .......,...................................1...................... 1 7 j 5 . ,J J S 7 E 4 5 A ' S hr I 1-11111411.1111-111-11. 11I1.1IIn1..HnI.11I.1HI1111.11.-1.111.111.1111-InIII1I1.I1I1-I.11HI-1--1-1I-1I11I11111H11-11111..1mmumunnmmum-mum ' ' . - 1 1, '. 11 1 1 1 ' 1 7 ' 1 . 1 1 11 f , -. . . V. . . . . 1 1' ... ge 7. v ' 1 1 - . ' 7 1' Q 'lc 1 . - ., 5 1 c ' . A ................ .......... .............. . .........1............1.l - ...,..................,..... .. E 7 5 2 2 5 r ' I I I I I ' ' : : E ,f , , ,J 1 5 5 S 1 E .1 . . . g E E . . : 5 5 5 . 1 1 5 5 E E E ' N N E E : A Z I : ,, , 4 1 . L Q ' T - 1 Q E E ' E E 1 ' , 5 - 5 : . 1, 1 :IIllIllllIllIIlAllIllIliIlIllIllllIllllllkllllllllllll : : THE BULKI4 I FX WH AI I' R 1932 IISTEN BULKLLPH TOC OU I TARNEY S TOFGFRY 130 Bank Street Canal at H1gh NEW LONDON CONN WESTERLY R I Mx bow lzux uc oi the blbx start Because lf It Q a bluff She knoxw too much and 11 It Q not She doeen t know enough E COMPLIMENTS OF 227 State Street CONTI BROS New Londons leading Cloth1er and Furmsher for Men and Boys ICE CREAM all LANDIES LI OTHINF AND FURNISHINFS HATS AND SHOFS 753 Bank Street We are never undersold New London Conn HENDILL FURNI PURE CO Makers of Happy Homes We bulld Vour nest wlth a llttle down N4 M Ionflon - R4 Ilalmle Fur llllllli SIOIL Phone 21748 219 Bank St New London Conn Inf fl IIHIIIKI I N f N n 5 4 4 1 , 1 A T . 6 1 N 7' J , J V 1 - . ,T J , , . , - - .......................,.......,...H..........,..,,............................................................,..........................,............. -rv rv, 1 V2 ug ' L Vw kv -E Y . . , A . . , v .. . , . , . , K 5 Y x u ...,............,.. .... .. ....... .,............, L.l.....,... .... ......... ......... . .... '1 Q Q , . . k , ,J , 1, ,, 4. Q 5 E 5 I 3 : I , n - - 5 5 . 5 E X 1 5 J I E : I Q E JL, Q Q 5 E v - ........... ......... ................... .. ,.................................. . ..... .......... ........ ..,... 1 V 4 . so - ,' , ' 99 . . l T I I 9 V' I f Bl 'V ' I ' l , J . , , , - ., , . . ..... .........,................. ............ .....................,...... . .,.....,,............ . ..... ..,..... .......................,.. ' yw 111' I I"I fiff. THF BUI KELEY WHAI I4 R 1932 COMPLIMENTS OF ,-ZJ M AX Bi IYFR Mr H xmlen W h1t Q 1 my th? GET THEM AT ST ARR BROTHERS INC, Drug lStS Clgars Llgarettes AT CUT PRICES Plpes and Tobacco a so Coldon fhumg mst studled Blologyb Th'1ts e1sy A mwth em 116 moth H 1 fl BURI1 FOOD QUPPLIES Telephones 5351 5352 244 Pequot Avenue NEW LONDON CONN Paj I Idf COMPLIMENTS OF bCHABLEIN b LII AMPION SHOE COMPANY Lalfskln Shoee at HB3 10 32 Bank Street Opposxte CAPITOL THEATRE 7 I '1 J A J J l' : ............,...........,....,............,..,....,....,....... 5 5 ......,...................,,,.......,.....................,.... 1 5 E 5 T, ,J E E E W 'W E E E , Y , H e 5 Iffk1'vF'XQ' - E '54, 1 : E 0' 5 1 2 5 A U -5 5 5 'sagwgz' 5 E ' S i.g.'lvN?.' E 2 '-'- E E " -1 : 5 3 5 E X, T , .J E 5 ' 1 . 2 - z . 1 5' . I ' z " f s .' ', ' f - 1 'Q as . j is 1 F 2 . 5 ,......,....,...............,..... .....................,............... . L. 5 .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 A f LX L 5 5 , , . . c ll, f, . , . 5 5 ' N w E 1 - - r E Q E T 1 Q .1 2 1 - I6 one mm rv iffy-111' THF BUIKIAIPY WH XIPR waz SE LEC Is 115 .md OH CO 53 ay Street 420 Bank Street Affus Do 5011 lexd 1 model hfd Ima No Im dont xxlth DOSIHQ., REM AN BRUS COMPLIMENTS OF The Store of Quahty Famv Dry Goods BOSTON and Illllllli I ANDY KITCHFN 147 149 State Street NEW LONDON CONN 190 STATE ST New Ifmdon has lte Clothee Cleined at SHAI ETT CLE XNINC Ya DX EINI 1 OMF NNY 11 MAIN STREET 2 6 MONTAUK AVE Telephone 9825 Telephone 3317 Iliff' on Mildred flifzf Il 1 TW 1 I W t n , A J J A J L J A 1 ' '1 I ' E1 7' N T1 X1 " f I' , J J I." , J A o r 11 4 I ' it AC VT 7 C C X . f 1 ' 1 " " r v c fi , , . . w ' E E ,H TA, Y , 1 E E . 1 - 3 5 5 M E E 1' u I I 0 E E N I g " I I , 1 E E A1 ,A , J . - - 5 E .......... ..... ..,...... ..,.. 5 6....... ..... .,..,..... .... . N At se K ve K X N L ,A , ,A ' 7 Q 7 W W ' , X , , T A , . 1, 'If 1111 ' I".-H THE BUI KELLY W HAI LR 1932 XLI INC COMPI IMENTS RUBBER I0 SIIUIIIIIW Goods SUI LIVAN I RINTING CO New I ondon Norwuh Westerlx 23 Stgreq 17 Masonic Street Jones Doc uh it ue mv Lhdmes? Doc Plettx good but dont xtart lnfxdlng, my Lontmued stones COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS I OUIQ LEVINE NEW IONDON XWNINC 81 CANY NS FO 15 DIVISION Street NEW LONDON CONN fl lil General Insurflnce Garde Buxldmg COMPLIMENTS MAI S SODA bHOP 1 1 ' r 1 . . J J, -1 f w 5 . f 1 2 OI' f' W1 1 1 5 2 I W f A , - 5 Q N 0 N Q E . - . Z k U x E E E E Y ' Q E k J Q 5 7 I E E ' 0 I - Q . 5 E I I : . Y Q Q . - . ' I I v f' W E E '. Q x L E 5 v v 1 5 I A 1 A vt .- , c 1 , V . . , 4 I .7 I. , 7 A. my ' ,- 2 xy . ' 3 S .' K. ......... ..,.. .......,..................,..,..,....... .,. .... ...... L. ....,,...... .. ...... .... ................. .. ....... . ..........,... Q E J . L ,J I 5 -- E 5 . c 1 5 E . 1 5 : - T w E g . . A 'J' sk 4 . E Q Z 1 ...,............,,...,,.......,..,.,............ Q - ..............................................., . f ' ' ' 5 p M S 1 . . E 2 Q1 IlllIIlIllllIllIllllllllllIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII : : IIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIllllIIIllIlIllllillkllllllllllllll yw om' I1 14 zlwrl fiffg-ffmf' VS THE BUIKFLEY WHAIFR--1932 BOWL l0R HEALTH PEERI ESS BOWLING ALLEYS PETER SCURIS Prop 85 Golden Street New London Conn Al I Oftue asked me to go to the Tuem ln s roetume lm all what sh 1ll eal " Ice Why not go ae m Old fllme' THE STAR 1 XNCDUN 81 Archltects Pasteurwed Mllk an Cream Grade A Mllk 240 State Street 15 Connectxcut Ave Telephoqe 7463 NEW LONDON CONN DRINK C0w I11Bt1r11t Cora Cola Bottlllw CO Of N1 xx I Ondfm Al O manufacturers of all kmds Of hlgh grade soda water 58 Woodbrldge St Tel 2 3760 I fc If 11111161 fl flfflf ll . J J J J ' ...........................,.. .... ..,.... ................... . ................ .......................,...... ....... ..... .. .. .. .. 1 -4 X1 w ' T S1 J na K L, E v - E , . : -mnynnvnu:mumInannnmnunnmmmnInunInmmm-Hulnm-nmml.-num vwI1InIIvvvunuvIuIummuunumum-mm-lm-mu: -1 j '12 z,'c S: . 1 N C f 1 .,.....,....,........, ............ ............... .,.. ................. . .....L ...,. , E 5 w .,, I E X ' ' 3 : Ja 7' E E , 1 .7 4 E 5 7 Y Q E . : : 3 l . . 2 E -e J E 2 . 2 5 -- E 2 4 2 I - 7 ' I A : : : ...,.......... ..... ..,... .................. .... ..... .... .........,.........,.. .,... - I , E , , lb . 5 1 J I' , : 1 - J T, l . OJ , Inf . 5 s ' ' - E ull llllllllllllllrlYllllllIIIIIIIIIrllllllllllilill . IlllllIIllllII1IHIllIllIllIll!IllllIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYIIVIVIIVIYII : 'ng ' rn' rf' , I -VUV4' THI BUI KI' I I Y WIIAI PR l93Z GENUNCPS Shop ll IENUNGb .tml Saw Phone 5385 New London Conn NI1s M te His xotn o1cle1 been taken qt C exmun Xu 1nd so xx ts mx photognaph xxhen I xx ts 1 tlfnld TAIE St NEIL KN COMPLIMENTS or II'1ttus 'Intl Illllll 1 'Sathmg Sm lonw I HANFY Flannel Trousers Sport Coats INC Stetson Hats Dobbs Hats Ram Coats Sweaters Insurmte and Bonds Mark Cross Gloves McCallum S1lk Hose I A A Plant Bulldlng Ntatt and 1 run Streets NEW LONDON COIXJN New London Conn IHEJ WINIHROP lHUb1 L0 Complete Bdnkmg qervlce Plant Bu1ld1ng NEW LONDON CONNECTICUT lam om hundnd jlffy 91:47 P 1 3 Y x Q . .1 1 J 1 4 4 J T . . h H.....,.....,..,............,,.,..t..I........,..tm....,.t....,,.H..t..t.......,..,.,.mt...................H.,.t.. ...... . E N X q '1 w 5 I , r f f x 3 C I, Y n , E v - :v lllllllll Illl vllllvlll IIIIIIIIIIHIVI lvlllltlltllllt I ll l' z'- zu j ' ' f za ' 'F I1 1 f ' , 1 1 1 vp W Y vm v v. v q 4 . K . I C 1 H, c . 1 . l 7' , 4 . c A.................................................t........,.............,........,.,..1 H....H..............t.,......-1.... ,,...,....... ...., ..,...,. ....,,. . Q r x I l T Q E j rl, Y V .1 : 3 : : 3 1 1 5 . . " ' 'sl ers 5 Q Q - E E ' ' V 1 E E E . f - A - J 2 E E 5 w . . 0 'Q 1 : 5 I c E r 1 r 1 J 1 E 5 , , I V 4 - I S e - - J t E : 3 V . 1 E E : . ' 1 ' 1 ' ' t A ,' 1 : 5 1 5 . - E - - E Q ff ......... ..... ............................ ' Z L ................... .. ....................t.H.....,......,.......... ........,,........,.,....... .............. ...... .. E r w 1 xv V 1 r 1 ' WI N W ' 5 1 - - . . Y . I ' K, , Q'IIIYIIIllIIIIllIllIllIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllil 'l"l"I"ll"7""VII""l"""""""'""' 1 , t -, 'f ,l ' THF BUI KELFY WIIAI LR 1932 T IL I Wcllllll Gly COMPLIMENTS OF Elet tin dl C0 I mpm 1tedll03 1921 ln 1 NPN IUNDON CONN EI FCTRICAL ENGINEERS Janles R May AND CONTRACTORS an All klndb of Electrlcal lrlng and Repalrmg tu ani xmps N 1 1 Book Icllllt'H A May Lmls and KDIJIIHIICLS of all kinds sen S A Qtln 1 LINK!! xx exerx CaQh Iurchaec Dxer fm moxxesp I could xtfut 1 not IH hue noxx uwt 19 emx The C1 ugh Hoxx ' Xell me' Dx 91 N0 JuQt turn on the llghtx Janmb N Kgllny COMPLIMENTQ OF MORTICIAN voclrb I5 XKFRY and PXbTRY 511015 PHONE 5538 62 Washmgton St 95 Truman Street NEW LONDON CONN NEW LONDON CONN Paar mm lzundmd flffll sown W 1 A A, J ' J "" 1 Q ..,..,..,..,..,.. .... .....,. ..... ............,. ...,,.... 1 .,.........,...............,... .,... .. ........ . .,............ ..... , ., .- E 5 I 1 E 5 : 1 5 5 - - f 1 f E E E 1 ' ' C E 5 5 - ' 5 I I I ' ll I E E ' E Q Q nc ' 'z S I - .-' ' im Sl. 5 5 I . . , . . , . . . : Q Q J 4 . . Q , 5 5 5 k I 5 E E d : : ' " : E E . . . . Q 5 5 W - 5 E E S d' S' L1 fhzdls. 5 f - f 5 5 5 5 E Gr' S. " H. L : Us nf' '- 'ith Q 5 5 - - x 5 .......................................H...................-.....K.........? ?...................................,.............................,............... Z , . ' v' x 5 w . - 4' ' 4 v ' , , Y I ' A l L c , ' x ck c- 1 1 v. 7 i 1 K n T ' J . -V ii' r x ' N ' r Li. .. .......... .... . .... ..............,..... .........................,. L .. 4 ,rw J 1 E E N E ' E E E 5 E f 7 N , 5 5 3 , , I, , , 1 E -i 5 5 x 5 5 : : f E : : : , JV , K : x - E E , . E THE BUI KEI EY VX HAI ER 1932 CONIPIIWIENTS or LROCKLR HOUSE BARBER SHOP lhe largm t Incl most up to dlte L tdllllNllIIlLlll ln New london rx thx Pdmond I rou lmrmamnt which elses sou ilu ll lllll ll w ut Fxpert Mamcuust lh1ldrcnQ Han Luttlng A Spcclaltv Telephone 9821 Evervthlng for Athletlts at the Sl ORTINC S FORI1, Crown Bulldmg NEW LONDON CONN ools flunk out xx hllc mgels cub mstezd 182 State Street COMPLIMENTS B PA ITFRSON 407 Broad Street NEW LONDON CONN THE PHENEY P XCKER CO feorgo IJ lacktr 'Nlgr All Kmdq of SCI I4 ood lll Seaqon I-IERES WHERE LOW PRICES KEEP COMPANY WITH HIGH QUALITY 442 Bank Street New London Conn Phone 4307 Pnqv mm Illllldlfd Iljflj Hgh! 1 T 7 f 1 J . J -' ,vm........,......,.....,..........................................-.......,........-1.......,.....................,... 4 N w 1 w - J I I 1 ' 1 ' w w 1 N 1 , J, , J , , V. . . , Us 1 5 - - 1 'S' .' 1 . ' 1 T F. , -S1 1 HSS 1, , -' , ' ,' , N. 'Y , z .2 1 . . . v . 4, 1 . , . Q 1 . - . , I, K . . . V.,.......,..,.......,....,..,.................. .. ..H...........HHH.................,......... ....................... ......... . - .,..............H........................ 1 0 i . ' E E V I I 5 5 ' ' N N E E I 7 5 5 E ' I I E E Q . J LI P 5 INC. Nr ' 1 E E Q 1 E 5 v - , . . . I4 ' r 2 Q '. s z . - .............................................................H....,....,.,.............y.........................l...... .............. E 1 I w 5 , , , - f- A ,A , . I f . ' . J f . 5 . C 1 1 . 5 L E c . 5 , E v - i.,.........................................4................................,..,........................ ., "I - . THE BUI KELEY WHALER - 1932 TH AMES SHIPYARD IWC R1lllYNcly Dry Dmlw .md Slllpyall 10NN1l1U and llclllbpljllclllllll NEW IONUON CONN Lawrence A Chappell Pres Frank H Chappell Trea Okm was DUSIIIIIQ' hw babx S1 tm Q pexamlmul 1to1 down the stuet x Ol IL Qc 0 mm low IL N111 m fm thi 7 xxx leplud Ulm cluzmtedlx th x lx 1 flee wheeling, mb 'I HE M P IOHN SOB COMPLIMENTS Wholesale Lonfectloners I HU ICH 207 Bank Street NEW LONDON CONN Info a 2 - f u E J. , . L 9 l, ,le 3 , L x , r, E V 7 ' V W ' E ' I il 'Y 0 I 5 D ' E 1 7 ' ' 1 5 J 4 , . ', 1 .' .' ' '. ' fs ' 2 ' ' 2: 'W . "Ho-' Q' X," yellvl G fm f' ac' tl - .'t"Xt, "flu you get lzxifl f I t'77 C v. NNE .YV .E 'H Y? 'sir Dfw l'y H ik. 'A. 2 '-X - ' xx . 7' Cf In . .. ......,.. . ...............................,...........,....,......... .....,....................,.......,.......,.,........,........... .... . . . .. 1 e E ' - - . Y 7 K ' E E CO 5 ' E 5 OF 1 - . 4' , I E E S ' ' 1 2 1 E I V ' I : : :f : IAIIIIIIIIHIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIHIIIIAIIHIIIHIIIDIIII ' V1 0:10 llrlurlwrl fiffy-vin THE BUI KPIFY WH MPR 1922 LOMPI IVIENTQ DX RAM 1 JIUI H QHU 'wg-qi, may SANILN M IhFNllS w ' w . ' J J 1 J A 1 J "' 1 Q 1 , 4 1 x 0 If' 1' U gihffif? Xl"' l'l 'I .. X f RTS 4- . , , 'gn 4 I 4' N1 T 1' 3 , W Tf 1 ' 'W X 1 , J, ,A J . , , ,J W n P 1 I cl lsiffy THB BUI KELFX YN H Xl I4 R 1932 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS Will l ll1OY LAUNDRX NIAQHINIL CO X Joclx llt ol gs lll Dlank some wootlen dltohol 'X ooclw dlul mtl NI1 xx IS pensut Alcohol xx is so exptnslxc COMPLIMENTS OF lI l bllARAl1 84 CO Statloners and Booksellers Headquarters for Shearfer Pens and Greetmg Cards H12 Sim. Shui NEW LONDON CONN COMPLIMENTS OF C ll em Automolnlt SLIVHQ 741 Bank Street NEW LONDON CONN COMPI IMENTS OF Hungarmn Rutaulanl Il Delltatessen Dehcatessen Sandwlches Our Speclalty 'S folrlcn Street NEW LONDON CONN COMPLIMFNH S PHE STYT F QHOP Pug: 1 1 1 Y 7 1 . , J I J AA' J J " Q 9 5 ll F O 7 'VON . 1. 1 V 1 j " T E E ' 5 T ' W , . 2 . V AY 5 5 , A ,L ,4 K 0 lc lll :1 V2 .. , v , . . . , Y I vr 1 1' ' X 5 1 2 l 2 .. X . O 'z J -1 'L E 2 1 ' W 5 E ' 1 : : - , Q , a . Y : : 1 11 -- . Z . 2 5 ze d - ' 5 2 - . 1 3 5 Lt Z Z -, 1 . " fi ' t' 'U E E E E Q ' v - 5 5 InhrIIllII1IIIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllvllvllllllllllllllrlllvlllilllll n : :lu lvllvllvllvvVIHIHI1IIllvVIHIH1IVvlvllvllllvvlllllllllvllvnu:vvvv w - 5 E A v 1 x 3 : A f f . , 3 5 . 5 5 OF 1 1 u 1 5 5 , V, Z 5 E r 1 ' 5 5 n J A L V - E Q 1 nw IIIHIKIIUKI Nlhfflf an THL BUI KELFY WHAILR 1932 COMPLIMENTS OF YP l LOW CAB COMP XNY PHONE 4321 New London Connectlcut Anothu dumb ll M l glrl thought the Pled Plpel xx is 1 d1unk plumber COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS MEMBER OF THE CLASS Plank L lllmbuue OF 1905 COMPLIMENTS OF THP BURR NIITCHEI l Wholesale COIlfLLll0IlQ Telephone 4966 36 Water Street New London Conn 1 T 4 9 J J J -T' I v J ,.....,..,..,..,..,.............,.......,..,,.........,,.........,....,...,..,...............,.,.......,....................,...... ....... .... 5 '1 ' X Q , J J 4 A , J ,, 3' l. . . ' E l . ' 'Z U E ' X I ..,....,............... .. - 5 E 1 ' w - 5 : 3 Q ' n ' A : 3 E ' E ' F0 ,J '1 Q 4 J J 4 . E . , . ' h . : . ' 2 nn-nnmmununummmnnmmnuummfmm II14HI'II'I'I"'IH'HU''HIIIIIHIIIlllllllrlvvllrlllllllv E Page 0110 hzuzdrvd sixty-tu'o TIIL BUI KP I EY W H AI I1 R 1932 COMPLIMENTS PAI M E RESP AUR ANT Sales ard Servzce D1al 636: Wyman s On the Thames A L WYMAN RADIO 175 Thames Qt Groton Conn 6 1,g,non Whv IN a boardu out ot wolk sw months llke 1 ton xbout the Prmte of Wales gettmg marned 7 C01d0I1 Just an ldle rumor QDCCIHI llnes of Footwear For Young Men WALK OVER SHOP 237 State Street COMPLIMENTS OF NIALLOVE S Jewelers and Optlcxans 48 State St NEW LONDON CONN Jo 11111 W Rus-o Instructor of Music Russo s Orchestra Garde Buxldmg Tel 21192 COMPLIMENTS OF C.u 1 oll Juallty Lifllllldl y 26 Moore Ct NEW LONDON CONN P1111 1 I 11111 rl 1 1 1 ' 7 1 A J J A J J " 5 9 2 E -- K 5 O . . 1 N E 2 - . JN 4 5 Q w w Q A A E 5 L ., , . '. v 'V , -, ,. ' - ' 1 ' 3 . . 11 7' 1 .V . , t . . , 4 5 . . I . L, .A K 5 5 . , , , 5 5 , . O E E . 2 1 . . . E E 1 F : : IIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIillIllllllllllllllllllllllll I - : lllulllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllllll-llllllllllllllvllllllnlllll l 7 E 5 1 ' ' E E . 5 5 QL v Q - 1 - E E v - J' on' 1,11 '1' safrfy-ilu 1 FHI4 BUI KELEY WHAI ER 1922 Nltldblll Home Utlllllts Im 331 State St I I NERAL FI ECTRII SLI STEEI RI' I+ RICERATORS HO'l POINT EI ECTRIL RANCES COMPLIMENTS OP C XNFIEI D S Xl I d B 1 Wm D Wltum 111 ew on on uqncqb College Authormed Iford Dealer Trams you for and places you m Mam Street New London Conn BUSINESS 1x1 IJII Ll 151071 plemse XQ1flX All ught mst put It m the gamge TIIE UNION BANK AND TRUST IO Incorporated 1792 61 State Street NEVV LONDON CONNECTICUT r 1 w , J ,l J J 'T l Q ...........,.,........................................................................................................,.........................,............ f . . . Q I ' I ' 5 ., , , ,I 9 ,,. Y 41 I1 N 1 .4 J 4 I l J A 4 L J W 1 1 I , 1 N I1 W 1 I ..........,.., .... ......, ...............,. , - .. . . - 5 ,f 4 7 E : ,Af 1, , J L 5 E . - : r Y 1 1 E : 1 1 -S - - a x 1 r E E . , . c f. c 3 1 - 1 E 1-+ , : : , . E E ........,....,.............................,..,........................... 5 ...,. . 'l'z 'VJ'-.' T. V 12 I . P I ,Yi 1 T Q . tl nf ' ............. ...... ..................., ...., ...... ............................. ....,....,......,............,.. ' ' ' ' I 'WF N , f.. , , , K 4 . ........... .... .. ...... ........ I 1' one lIll7lflI'l'!, ximfy-f ' THE BULKELEY WHALER -1932 THE SAVINGS RANK OF NEW IONDON RIG STRONG FRIENDLY BANK 63 Mam Street New London Conn R4 souuu Ovfl S30 000000 Bulld up your Account Wlth UQ and have a Share ln Our Prosperity HOW TO TEST L OOD WHISKLY D1 op a 'iledge hflmmel ln mme If It floats lt s pool If lt slnks 1118 fur But 1f It dlssolxes lts pelfeet COMPLIMENTS OF SIINPSOII BIJYNIIIIU Ac adm my Seven New Alleye rm lgm oi l lkclq bw re pectfullw requeeled 17 I ank St NI london ionn T111 Ohvc 1 WZOOFIWVOI th Co BUILDERS New London Conn O NEILL S HARDWARE STORE 165 Bank Street PHONE 3588 COMPLIMENTS OF The Onan Avenue C1114 nhouse CE johnson Propj New London Conn Phone law om lllllldlld 1 fy 7 4 3 ' w I Y ' , w - - Q 1 3 A 1-1 . ,. , , Q. Q X 9 . . . . . . .. ...........................................H............,............................................,.. . w v w w 1 A 4 4 v . if L C I C . l l W . y V 1 . Y. 1 . , 1 . A, A L C a . . . . , . w v ,N f-1 . 1 . . . . . .............H...HH.......H.....yn.............................. U..H........................................H..........,..........,. 5 E 7 9 W we 9 ' E E " Q 7 E E K, T, A on 3 . , L : 5 1 J E E R : E l'at4z 1 'lu Qhsis QQ S h' . E E , I V . E E 1 . I CW I , V E : IllIllIllIIllIllIllIIlIllllIllIllillIllllllllIllllllllllllilllllll Y A llIllIIIllIllIlvIllIrllllllllvlllllllllllllllllllvlll ........v .......H....H...I......................... . - L mu...HH......H..............,....................... ...... . . Q E Q x J ' E : f 1 3 : . Q 5 1 1 : 5 b J a E : " ' E E 1 1 W , 5 5 1 ,V I , : E . , . , . 5 g . . ..-.I-nmunmuun-mn-mum'nun-nnmmn 71 : IInHmmIn.IIIn-nuIunmmnnununmumuumunmmn 1.1, ' ,",s',r -' THF BULKLLEY WHAII+R 1932 NII IN NIS ROBERT A CHANDLER DDS I I Mens Suxts Top Coats 'I Cleaned and Pressed IC IL ILXAXINI EET I IDIYIU QS .1- 1 PJHHLIIW 1 zu- XXE CIEXN OR DXF YNY IIIINI IIIxl- NFS! eull Ilxus on Iadu Imnun s We Call and Uehver 391 IfV11I1ams St PHONE 4656 P IONE 5384 12 IIIIIIITIII1 Qt for Irumm St Brdmh 122 W Nlun St WIYSIII CIWN EI I I hkc to buy pau of guteu Sddll Smgle or double Mxhel Docsnt mfzttel I want to make '1 slmgshot COMPLIMENTS OF THE TIIAMES IUMBFR C0 Foot of Lewls St Phone 4329 I ll 1 1 5 J J J 1 FIM II. .lI'I."'.' OI" - '4 . , . . . .. . .. . ...- l , ................... .. ............ 5 75 F' 75' N 2 5 ' . , . . , ,Q lo Q Q 1 F' f' D . I gin' EE I ---ITV.-V.' 4' I I I ' 5 E - ' . , 5 2 I. - 'V , - - Q , -- F-I T 5 E - - ' J Ln I N. , N, ,.C .- 55 ,-,,,D,,1liih-1 . . . U E E I Z 1 J . A .' A A l I I .n ' 1 ' 'U 5 5 , , . . FF V Sp -'z , 1-' 1 ts T I 4 ' A2 I E . . K x . Q . '."' ', ' 1. 1 I l 4 . v 1 1 w v Mah? - c 2 ' fl f. .. LM . .4 ' ,. . ? 1 I I 4 vn v . 1 2 1 in c , . r c . . . 1 I rr F' . , K J , J, J , l 1-1' om' lIlHllII'1'f1 sixty-sl'.r' THE BUIKELIQY WHAIPR 1932 C ROWN CLE XNFRb 84 DYERQ 114 Cleanerq for Puesy Folk Mam Office and Plant 207 Mam St New London Conn PHONE 2 1688 C SHIFREEN Pres C A GRIMES Mgr Mothel Doeq MLl1IJhj CY61 tell xou 1113 questxornble QfO11QQ7 D1Llg,htC1 Oh no mothel Iundelstfmd them 111 11g,ht COMPLIMENTS OF We -2',g-5-ehfaw 'ff W M, ,J .MCS aewiwfe awk N I RIEND IHE LIT F LE BIG STORF Lh0lC6 Gronerles Candv Llgarettee Ice Cream and qod-1 PHONE 9883 97 Thamee Street Groton Connectlcut W 1 K S A J A J T Q Q ................................... ............. ................ .............,.. ...,. .......... ... ..,.. . ...,... ..... ....... ...,.. .... . .... ... ........ . w w I L ' W I , I J , L 9 0 sa 1 as . . S l - 1 y I ...... ..... ................. ..... .................m,...... .... ....... ...................,. ...... ..... ........ ..... ...,. ...... ....... .... . ..... .......... '- . ' f ' ' I' z j S' 2 . " af '- , , nw 1 2 'f. ............................ .... ................. .......... ..,.......................,. ...... ................. ...... ......,.........,..... .- f,-Gif' -q , S'-I-' ' ,L 'Lge f gkqgg. . , Pi. 'f ... Y 13 1 T F 4 ................,.......,........................,..............................,.,.,.....................,..,.................... .....................................,...,..,..............,.........,.......,.....,........,....................,...............,,......... F1 f' W , J 1 ' i w U ' X N N' p, I . Q Lg 5 N1 O J L, K - , ..........................,..............,............ - ..,...........,..,.................................... Pnyv om' lzfmrlzwl siffa Ill! THE BUI KELEY WHALER 1932 Pdl1l3ll1LC M15 Mat s Home Cooked Food THB BULKELEY FAFETERIX All Prohts go to Bulkeley Athletlc Assoclatlon Itoche Whv are you llways hldlng behlnd a Woman s skuts Rose Im not th It s lITlDOSSlbl9 non fldays SLPNII SHORE LINE BUS RUUIE Our Buses are Ideal for Transportatlon to and from Athletic Events Charter a DeLuxe Shore Way Tw1n Coach for effortless restful transportatxon The team r1des ln comfort the rooters all together a happy school splrlted group off to lend mcen t1ve to the athletes Phone 5803 SPECIAL CHARTER RATES THE SHORF WAY The New Haven and Shore Llne Rallwav C0 The Groton and qtomngton Tractlon Co COMPLIMENTS OF BENVENUTIQS URCHESTR A lrlqr one hundicd smfzf vlrfhf ' u 1 .- H....un.........................................,...N.....mm.....,.....ml......................-.-m....... I I E 4 v r ' s w ' r L, " 5 , r Q 1 K 5 1 A : fr 3 , , 7 JA , . , ........,.............,...........,...........,.............................................................,..,...................... .......... w Y . . ' ' ' . Y, , ' . we T l C C C L C A A A p 1 I yi . 1 N. r L , Z r . . . In I l. L H......lm..V....W....nlm...-...,...,.,..,.... ...........................H...V-.y......,....,..... . E 1 N 1 N w ' w ' r X Q L J, A L 2 . . N 5 L 5 . : . - 3 v 2 J I E 0 f E . . . E n, M 1 . E ' ' W 2.-...mt...nm...um...I-.lm,mm.........t-...HI-..-.. 1 , . , '.' . In ' THF BU1 KLL1 Y WHAIPR 1932 NEILAB COMPLIMENTS OF THE I RIYTI4 R I ARDE 159 Bank Street NEW LONDON CONN Contmuous, Membershlp A Warner Brotherb Intmnatlonal Typograph1ca1 Theatre UNION Smce 1899 Nuuonlb O de next how C lll I le ue xou H01 Inu ll S Ur Im COMPLIMENTS I ldl0S and MISQCS WEARINF APP ARP L 213 State St N1 min Ph.l1l11.11x F H STEAD COMPLIMLNTS Ok P C my N1 xx hllglillld Hllllald an L01 lu 1 Co Nlantlc COI'1I'1CCt1CLlf State St NEW LONDON CONN lrrqc 0111 hIl'I7drld iffy mm T I T A p J f A J A 1 J l Q .. ...........,......................,.,...,........,....... 1 .2 .,.,.....................,..............,....,,..,..,.... .i E 5 1 1 , W 5 : 5 A L J 5 N 2 -eee I, Q Q Q 1 E E 5 A 5 E , - . 2 5 . 4 A . 5 . 5 5 2 - x 5 ' 7 v . - V V . v v 9 1 2 ' - . ., . 22 V . Mary-By tram, plane, or tum! E Q ' N 5 : 3 s f ' x 7 u : : 5 , , V ,, 1 : 1 I : ' I E E . ' rn . '. A E 5 5 Ac . .. . 5 E 1 E 5 I A J E . . E E ' ' 4 ' ' 5 4 1 - 5 ' E I L : E uf' E nnu1nun1nnnnunIllIlInlInluIulI1IIIlunrllllullunllvullllllll . . . 5 E Q Q . 5 E ' 1 5 5 1 ' 5 : - E E u x ' E E A u , E 5 . 5 5 . . ..... I Y I.mm.1HvwnmHlvvm1111mmlvrmuummmmmumumm ' A ' , " s' , -' ' 1 THE BULKELEY WHALER - 1932 THE OFFILIAI PHOTOFRAPHY FOR THF BOOK WAS DONE BY BISHOP STUDIO FROM A SNAPSHOT TO A PANORAMA The VGIV But Gladl of PllOtOg1lIIllV SAY BULKELEY BOYS PllOIO'f1lIlllH Taken Day Ol Nlgllt MUSICAI INSTRUMENTS VICTOR RELORDS VOICE RELORDINC STUDIO OPEN EVENINGS Mam Street Next to Day Offlce PHONE 4015 Y A I J '1 L K fi A 44 , Q 3 w uf l or 77 I f. , c d 14 V r f 1 . - - U c ., I R1 I1 V1 J A 'l N I Classical and Popular Sheet Music I 1 mr h1n1f1rr'd Nl'1'0Ilf-1 THE BULKELEY WHALER - 1932 fuIfI.1IHI11I111InI111WH1.1mlm-U-nmmmu 1vIu1II1v1I11I111-11I1141111-1111IIummmmmmm-mu . COMPLIMENTS OF THE BULKELEY ALUMNI AbSUCI ATION AHd1LVSS An unc1e1ta1xL1 xx as 11111 ox L1 113 111 auto and 1141 N1 iss 111 He d1C1nt mike mugh on th xt 1111191 11 c1111 ho Anduws No 1n fxct he xwnt 111 the hole COMPLIMENTS OF Max M Sokzul Class of 1926 COMPLIMENTS OF IOSI' PH BELKER M D Class of 1922 REUBEN IORD K C0 lnsuranu und Real Ist ate Room 3 130 Stain btrut New London Conn COMPLIMENTS OF Row 11110111 15.1141 IN Prop M Brandt 462 Bank St Phone 7468 I 1 11 hfwla , 1 , , 1' , N , ,.............................................,.....................................................,...............,...........,....,..,....................... .,,L, ..,,. Qs. v, X2 . 2 ix. , . ' 1 . ' .. ' bv 1 2 U 2 ' 2 3 ' c 4 , A . Q 1 Y . .1 w l . E , - , 1 , . .........................................,..........................,........,.. L..,.,.,..............,......... . . S I X . - v I E J J 0 5 5 . . . . . 1. . , , . , 5 : . ' 1 2. 4 1 , , 2 Q E S 2 I ' ' 1 ' 1 1 Z I . , 1 E 5 1 - . 11 ..........,............. ... ...... H... .....,........... S E ' 1 x r 4 g v 7 : 5 , , 1 f 1 , 5 : H 1 w ' : E J , . - E E ..,...m1..1.....................................................,. rrfr rw 1 ml Mffnly 1 C V141 OUND m'm1germl policies und long illCCL9SflIl CKDEFICDCL h'1vc provided us wnh sufhuenl equipment adequate personnel and flmnle resouru.s to render dependwble servxcc as 'IHINIQ 'md makers of fme prlntung plwteu Phat you will hc secure from chanu. IS our first prommc JAHN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVING CO 817 West Washlnglon Blvd Chicago lllmols If H11 In the foreground Ft Dearborn re erected IH Grant Park on Chucfxgos lake from Hlustrauon by Jahn Er Ollwr Art Studios T V.,. ....V. . .-.,,..- ..., , , WW- .... ..,., ,, ,A,, ,fn ,,,,, , , X X . , X,,T,,,,, W , ,, , X Y , " , ' . 1' 1 , XX , . '1,X I 1' 1 1 ' , ' ,J1 151' '1, 1X1,f 1' 1 11 y 1 1' 1 , 41- , ",,1 ' " "M R X1 Y 'QR l ,1 , 1 1 1 ' ', X 1 1 iff , ' 1 1 1 X ,, X, - 1 , e X -f1X,1- Y LXXXX , 1,5 X1 X1 1 ,XX X X 1 " 1' ' 1 J ' 1 1, ll"1'f-'lil 15' '1'1X1"1'1'xxf'-1 1 X , 1 rw'-'XX1X'111 , ' ' ,L X 1 ' If - E , X ,X 1 " ll511"111111X:X11 1X 1,1X1X'111 X151 , N 1 , X 111551 1 J' 1 , 111111"' ,Q 1, ', 11 X1 1 1 if 11, F1111 I' f -1 1 X' ' ' X 1 ' , 11 ' 1:1 11 ,f 1 1 ' , '- 1 ., 1 ' 1 11 M, 1:1 ,1 1 11111111 We 1 ,, 1, 1 1 1,"1fyl' 1 '11 111'X1'XX,',1X ',',XX'X1X1"1' ' ' '1 1 ' 'T V 1 .fm ' lm 1 ' '. 2,1 1' ' 1 ' X' 1 1 . 1 f 111311111111 ' 1 311111 1111 1' ,1111 1 ' 1 1 1 ,111 , ' 1 11 ' ' X , X X, .X glfHX1X,,XX XX1 j1f , QX! 1X1 Xg 1,2,,XX1X X,X 1 , X ' 1' gf, 111 "1 111"1'r1'j11,'N' 1'1.'1'X.' 1,LX e ' 1 5 1 , X X, X ,1 1. 14 1,XX1,X1, ,1 11 X . XX , X1 XX .XX1 X1 . 1 1X1 :E X .11X -5 ' 115. , - ,X 1 - 11 1 1 X' ' 1 ' ' ' , 1 ',. X, 11' X X1 .1 X " V 'I 1 1 1 I 1 Y 1 I N 1 X ,11 1 11 1 I XX, 1,1, X X X1 1 XX X X ,X XX 1 X1"' ' X' Q 1' X '1 ,' "X'1111! 1X ' WX ' 'X 11' ' 1, XXXX1 X XXX, X, ,X ,1X,1-351 1 -11, -1 X1XX X X 11, X, 11 ,, X 1 5 , , 1 X- T, f'-fl1.,,uX,f X 11X 1 X AX 1 1 1 - , '1 X,-gf' gh' X ,X, 1X 1 ,1 X ,1 1 1 X X X X 1 ,1 ,,, 1X ,1 X, ,X ,ll X X .1 , X , I -, H1, 1 ,f K--,1.,,X , 1 1 1 1 1 f c ff f ,1 ' -'wr 1 , 1 1 -1 , 1 ,' J ,1j , 1, 11,111 111'-1' , ,1 1' 3, 1 1 , XX, XX J 1 X1 XX XX1 X X X ,1 , ,, la X1 X 1, X XXX XJ, 1 1 '711 ' 5' X 1 X1 X 1'X .X , " 12, 11 1, XX X X' X' 1 , , XA, X1 X ,ff 1 1 .1 , X Xfgf! Q 1 111 , , X ' X Xggw f- X.,, ' f, X 1 1 X1 1 ' 1'1, X ' C, 1'1 .X 1 ' ,1 ' X X ,X ,H1 1 1 ' 1 X ' X X111111lfll111.'1,f11111111X,1X X 1'1X1 X1q'111X1'1,1fX , ff,-1 211131 A f X X, 1 XX 1 X 1 , 11, . X E , - X, Xe X X XyyX1X 'XX, 1 X1 X X, '13, '1 1 N 1 A' ' ' ' 1' :ff 1 1 J K -W ' X1' 1' ' lzunflrzfrl xr'1'1'11lX11-I11'u Lliqllsilgl S .. T '-' . 'HEMI If y. ,i -vi . , ,A L M A , ,, fi. ff , 5 "'f Ln" -M I .L T , X, 11" T T T ... ,M.9,' PT I 2 A el f ' Vgiz T ' I A 31 .,.- 3 J T. - -I T T T459T"W7,'T""j T'q.n3yITT"" T TT59 w3,T,,'TT, ' T ' :5"- f 1 "5 -' 5,31 J-:: . .M , ' ," TT: 17 ,Y ' TT ,Y - D - 3:5-5 ,T L7 , .. - T .TT .T J T T T "" T T' T -.4-- ,,.' T T T -' -T - T T ' T' " Mtv' T '.,,,.n,, ' " TT.: ..., T1. I T "gg .QL T , I 7 .,,' A T' T' T 4, ef.. I ' .l'TT.'llf 'ET ' - T' "" 111' . :- '1. " , -' I T - T l X x ' T T T TT . VCXTNTT .... 'TTT T , MT qfi T T f Tw TTT T T T TT FT T jf' NIJ ,,Ef T I 5 'Tfifi' .7 f "' T W' 4 ..A., T A-V- T! 1 T T ...., 1 T 1 : Milfs In r l T. ,:: if T Qs.: T W' OUR TRTBUTE TO WASHINGTON TT t l T, ,S- X N on the 'Z BICENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF HIS BIRTH "T" February 22 1732 February 22 1932 WASHINGTON Soldler and statesman 1arest umson Hlgh pOlSed ex mple of great dutles done S1mply as breathlng a world s honors worn As l1fe s lndlfferent g1ftS to all men born Dumb for hlmself unless It were to God But for hls barefoot sold1ers eloquent Tramplng the snow to coral where they trod Held by hls awe IH hollow eyed content Modest yet firm as Nature s self unblamed Save by the men h1s nobler temper shamed Never seduced through show of present good By other than unsettlng llghts to steer New tummed 1n Heaven nor than h1s steadfast mood More steadfast far from rashness as from fear R1g1d but wlth hnnself flrst 5,rasp1ng st1ll In swerveless DOISC the wave beat helm of w1ll Not honored then or now because he wooed The popular vo1ce but that he st1ll w1thstood Broad m1nded hlgher souled there IS but one Who was all tlns and ours and all men s WASHINGTON 1 U IND T 51 L Q I fl 4 Q WT T James Russell Lowell Q TTT, Q, 1 iii 1 Q J 3 Q' fx f' X Q if Frfill Jn X PM ,EW X lfiwf N ki gjtnltm HJ! J T' T T Q X X E a T ' T 'll T ff' XT Q 1. ,T 1 T NT- T ' T? T TT 3 T TT' 'fl - N T TF-1. T TTT L T XT 1 ,,.. A T T T T To T .5 T TVTT T - T - TTT Q, T 15 'T T Tl f T ' V 3 Tff I V T TTT T A rd f T ' 3 i T T -- -.4 . . . , fi U as TT ' T 1 T T I- f TT . , . . . I T TT-TT .: 1. 51 s W in I , :gi ' C T T- Sci - ' T -f, T T 'Tj T - as Tv T T i Cpu- 'TT . I . ' T T, ' Q ' ' 5 S . T' 3' T M . TN . ' up ,IT w b TE T 7 H .7 ' ily ll '. ' - I T3 139' ' 5' T y , T il' T T 'Tl , : xl TT . S 7' ll ff l .L . . T T l " Tl 'TT I I ITFI .' ' ' T' , T V41 -TT-TT ' A 'TTTTT ' I I T ' Tl' ' TTT ' 53 4 ,T . ' F 4 T 'T ' s ' ' 9 T f' " Q5 T l - - ' ' ' T ' ' ' T .... T T T T - T K T T-'TT:5Q: T TT T L TT . - . . T' TT T 2 T L ' Q TT J VTT1 TT : 1- This 'Tl . . . T Qisi q 1 TU T 5 T T l 'T TT L T - - - T T: T T T. T - - - TT TT ' T ' T ' - - T T T T T T T T . L T he 'T 1 T' ' T L T T T. 'F T ' I T ' T TT T! ,.f",. T ,Ti T' ' ' T: lf TT T 51145. , if W V fv 9 figx X 'Tj I g . T THQ 1:21. T. . jf T 31 1 A+- Q X T,,, A N .- - TTA. ff J' l' Y ' T' ' an L 'T -v""?' 4155 R T T Ii TP? TT Z ' L- "TT ' TT? ' T ' Q ' Af! TTT T mf' - R--T --Nz: -, TTT. . -, -1 - T T .- T ..,,-, -, , 'f o TATT EU E" ' X gf " T ' X.- ,f"a .- ' - + Q X' ' - s Q - . T-w. T.. -T .- 0 Y r i .- .. p. T - QVT 'TTL-f Te. "' ,. a n A Q. lffl1Tv. l I k 1 X' J BIWI N mf, , , G ' X- 4,4?1fjLff'1T,,f.Y2 X L '. Y sn V mi WT M F59 I f'1'1f1l1ru,vfu ' S, "oy 4 IZILYIILXX' snow ga r..W1.-.-4 lml Qi i f -EN V ,I H 2 if fg dx gfir 1 X . Y A , K' f ' , ffm ll, 1 X as f ,rw Rf' L L Za., 53 if My Nil? EE-4 x ,,.' 1 J' lQ VM A' fl 'R K Sxx ohm sh-mln your sfmles ye ,ally Marnnerg or fm: some unto n qmzt robe 'dllbl nr, me must lamb mme. of nur passengers 5 nb light ibm hazarp bzemzll of lynx' lobe are mhz a 'mlgmlz map make her Hain abnbe Uinll 1 z rzpnurzb mhz her tackles spent gn haunts xupplnbe 9115 than agame Margin 011 th: long boynqe ivhzreto :he an Bent Iilfizll man sly: spzebz :mb feurcly fnmrh her mimt X 'Q , , Q' .0 5, ' ,W W-, 1 , 'V vb. .... v 1 , 4' V 'f l I A VX If I :E f 'XY jjgf QM ,W x'K,'lxVJ V , , V 'J ,X 1 ' 9 lx! A A 12,57 I K I X j xx E ' X v V .-12151353 rf ,... if Af ' , ' XX X, N f fy ' Y N , A uf! 1 ,ell f ,K W 1,3 l f 214414 fl N Q fj, 4 l Q N l :Y 12 if , 77 fj a 2 1 V Xivfll f , get l Y fill,-gZQ25Z'5kf'Yf 5 f5sfMwQ.,Q2eXi1 , gag 3 1 f l W l ie ' - 15171 ,, -. ' l' 515- ' Y? 1 x ' far., 21 I., . .ff",fV-f U :Vik " H: ..f?5b:2,, ' ' w if -aeeff:-5' igfq.: e . -l 1 1 1 U V rJ5+',,,.f ,f , z V rg - -A-gh.: V Af f f V 1- , fy . ' 3. W' "" 1 -. . 'ff 1 . '1,,1.4,f - , 3 '-, 1 , - ' '. - 'pf- , 4 4 l I N ' 1 ,H , p r 2 I 1 if ' , 1 s iv , l '51 ,Q ' ' , - 1 l . , ' l 1 1 5-. f l . V! J!


Suggestions in the New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) collection:

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1929 Edition, Page 1

1929

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Page 1

1931

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 1

1935

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.