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

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511 Zzhrzs 1-1.--an 00 X ,A f 1 fy . . , nf' .di A, sfogv. . -gg MAAZLQQ-Q ,,. HALER ,xx K It-'1 ki? YEARBOOK OF BULKELEY SCHOOL NEW LONDON CONNECTICUT , 11 515 n 'f AUM" 7 ff xx pn.. X ffl J ,V K '?g1fJ S5 V I if r 'F' ':r5:'41 47" "iii, . VN . . . .. -45" .1 4' I DEDICATI QCHUSQI He is our scholarly instructor, advisor, friend: He has taught us nobly and sternly the value of discipline, honor, and characterg His personal counsel has influenced us greatlyg His fine endeavors have made better men of us g e, the Class of 1947, proudly dedicate this Whaler to Mr. John T. Troland. l l i 1 I 1 - 1 Page mne 1 N W N I 1 I IN MEMORIAIVI GERALD WILLIAMS 47 HARRY NEWMAN 49 RONALD AN ELLO '45 Llrglr Fm noxx xxe see through a gl we dfulxlx but then true to f mu n 1 zmnx No mme shall he see the whlmmeung ot ll'Yl1ll10I1lJl1ght6St st ll N A thousand etunltlex bex ond the h xzx blue of dusk No mme sh ill he feel the x lellllllg e nth d xmp xxlth endless 1 uns H et tlexh clllX e l!1ClfLlll0fIlltLl16 s xx umth No mme to hefu the ch1ld1 en s hdppx lxughtel sx mbol of lmmort xl xouth Nm xmell of dexxx gl we gleen xxlth 1,L'l1lJOfS1.lIHITlt1 No mme to t ute the tang ot Wllltlx in e lah dl lught xnd tluux YN h at lw g uned hue' A xx oxld Ftelnltx ' l L1 h lpx tlue llght ot knoxx ledge Pelh .px content 1nd test Oh Luth be tlodden oh XXlIlilS tenlputuoux bloxx Oh Lhlldlen llugh 1nd gl lex QIOXX fglbhll xxlth zll xouz xlt 11 stlength Oh xou stars It dusk stlll shine bex ond -Xnd xngele mx tllumphant Ill xoul glmlou Nllltllllfjl Fox Ile xx en h IS g uned 1 soul -Xnc I nth h 1 lost 21 hte Pflzfrml K 11:11 II Page elezvn I , fl H 'iffl' .' 13:10 f ' Q' 2 ' 1 ' 2 ' , 2 " '2' Q, '1 ' 2 ".' 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' tv . .'i S A. , .D ' li ' if 2' 2 , . l '12 ' 2s 3 " . -,N " 'l1l,,.'lT As xxe look about us in this troubled xxoi ld education is the onlx secure thing to xx hich the membels of ou1 class, max tuin Oui xx hole educational piogrdm must continue to gioxx on fx blO2lLiQ,l intellectual pl me 90 as to dtxelop A bettei Ll1lCi61St2-llllilllg, among the peoples of the xx orld toui xeais No xxe xxill not toiget Bulkelex 1 xx ick xxhich burns in our candle of knoxx ledge And xx hen xxe ale tinted vxith the grax of age we will open the dustled pages of oui 1947 Whaler and smile at 41 life that xx as once ours zl matters lzof ow sfrmqlzf f e gate, ow charged will pums memfs f scro , am f master 0 my cafe, .4 am if capfanz 0 my sou Page twelve I 0 O , - . - 1 1: ' r . S v . A substantial part of this education has been acquired by us during these rr , J ll A he ' If N WCRD 11 If Bookznq fo file luffs Page thu teen -if gf V .wx 4,1 , -LW 4 as ' v ' ' , 1 nf f ,-1, V .,',,-.,, ..V 1 ' 5 '- 1 ., . X, ' :.. 1 , M, , l .' f , , , . l , , Al, , N J A L I Y NATHAN BELCHER President Treasurer Bulkeley School, 1915-1939. Elected President of Board of Trustees, 1938 J F w-.1 ARTHUR H. SHURTS Secrefury FREDERICK W. EDGERTON Treasurer F TRUSTEE SAMUEL M PREINTIS THOMAS E. TROLAND CHARLES B. 'WALLER ROBERT PUMERANTZ Busmess Manager RAYMOND PETERSEN Bzography Edztor ROBERT FLANAGAN DAVID PETERSON Lituary Echtor WILLIAM FRITZ Ada er tmazg Managea PHILIP PASQUALE Page szxteen EDWARD D. COPPOLA C0-Editor Sports Edztm Faculty Adzlsor . 1 1 1 4 HAROLD C. WHITE C0-Editor GEORGE KAPLAN Czrculatzon Manager ROBERT PICKETT Czrculatzon Mana gel JACOB GOLDSTEIN Humor Edztor LEON ST GERMAIN FOSTER HESELTINE Absf Adrertzszng Manage: RICHARD LEANDRI Cu cnlatzon Manager Page sez entecn Circulation Manager M PERICLES HALEFTIRAS PRESIDENT GC ATIO Perlcles Hdlefuras A1thur 'V Shlllvs W11l1f1m McCraw Damel Donox an Henrx IN eu burx PI'6S1dLI1t I' 11st X lug P1es1c1u1t Second Vlcn I lesldent Seuet 11y 11e1x111Q1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1924 1925 1927 1998 1929 qu 1911 1932 1939 1994 1930 C01 116311119 C mtello AIf1ec1 LIQOLITIQ Thomfu T101 and Thomas S Mcblnlex Jimes Ahern Don 1111 C h 11111111 D1 Otlx I 111161 F1ank Joseph H3111 L NIcC1111e Crelghton Tex 1111 B1'ac1to1c1C1ego1x 1996 9 1939 1940 1941 1917 1944 1943 1946 PRESIDENTS 110011 Shub D1 Axux Fltch S IITILIL1 K 1111111 D1 1111111111 J x1Ll11dX R 11ph I mem lf11tN Stllnk mu I- NIL 1 -11110 R 1 og,t EfIXX3.1f1 P XEEIIAI1 Io eph -X S1111 6117 S S --I , . ,-A.- V f f qv.w YV... 7 M VY A x .x-,,h, ' v -IAFAVVVVVVVVVV VVVV V V QIQ- V V 1 H i V A Y Y W MM HV 1 .1 Z1 A K. 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BULKELEY IN 1922 We of the class of 1922 entered the school 1n the fall of 1918 Just as the first World War was beginning to arr1ve at its end We recall school publl cations galore but no annual of any sort until we had become Senlors and 1nst1tuted an annual wh1ch we called the Bulkeley Annual Small and unpretentious lt was but It serv ed its purpose and now thumbed through and through has glven us 1n the past few weeks some ln ely and happy recollections Our memory bolstered by the reporting of the annual gives us the follow 1ng ltems of long ago We pald trlbute to Walter A Towne ret1r1ng after servmg thlrty five years as Prlncxpal of Bulkeley and we welcomed h1s successor Homer K Underwood We were the first class to hold 1tS graduating BXQPCISQS in the then new audltorlum and we were the first class to graduate with Mr Under wood as Prlnclpal We note wlth pleasure too that three men then mem bers of the Bulkeley faculty are stlll serung Bulkeley Mr Falconer Mr Lawrence Mr Pierce We note that forty three SGHIOFS were 1n our class that year and check 1ng the roll aga1nst the local dlrectory we find that at least a th1rd of our number st1ll are resldents of the local area and engaged professlonally or buslnesswlsely here The football team that year played qu1te a schedule We note that four games were won SIX games were lost whlle one resulted ln a scoreless t1e Iron man schedules 1n those days' One game agamst Tech fthen called neyed to Waterbury to tackle Crosby The second game agalnst Tech that year was played on a Saturday while only two day s before the team had been to Stamford Many of the old tlmers w1ll recall that Bulkeley lost the second game 3 0 on the strength of Johnny Dwyer s miracle field goal on the sog g1est gr1d1ron lmaglnable That year for the first tune ln many years Bulkeley was agaln playing basketball wlth Mr Falconer coaching A productlon of the Red M111 was a feature of that year How many of the old tlmers w1ll recall the performancesq Especially that of drummer Lester Martln Les knew from many a rehearsal where the Jokes were sup posed to come and always laughed a spllt second ahead of the arrlval of the Joke thereby t1pp1ng off each and ey ery one In the department l1st1ng ambltlons life Work and final d9St1l'l3t1Ol'l of the then SGHIOFS we find to our pleasure that not too many of the dire predxc tlons there made have actually come true In fact the batting average of its compilers was about as near zero as poss1ble We haxe Just sklrnmed the ew ents and surely have left out many an lnter estmg tid b1t but txs not our prnxlege to usurp too much of the space ln this year s Whaler We of 1922 had a grand t1me 1n our student days here and we only hope that the boys of 47 have had a grander one We hope too that w hen the 1972 Whaler IS belng prepared that someone of the class of 47 will have as much fun preparing a plece for It as we have had ln preparlng thls one John T Troland Class of1927 ,r , . . , . . , ' - - Y as , U 9 7 ! . , w n ' 9 7 ,. . . . u .. D , . . l . . Z v I 9 ' o I Q . , 4 l I - ' y 9 r ' . 7. i . . , . , . , . . - . . , - Y y . u , . . . . . Vocationalb was played on November 11, while the next day the team jour- : . Y ! . ' , ' ,I . . l , L . . , . . ' CK ' 77 Y Y Y . . 9 Y ' . Y , a - ' 1 Y . . Y . - I ' x ' 7 IK Y? ' ' ' 9 I ' I ! , cc as - ' , 7. . . . . 1- , , . N Page twenty Back IOW Keeney Leon Bascom Almon PGl19tlLl I'1ecl Joiephson Cllffold Mclfnany wlllldlll Thomas Geo1geL1ncoln Erlent Maxaon Chapman John Roblneon Challes NIcCo0n1be Challes DeB1as1 Rufus Robe Ind POXVICI Albelt Spellman Second 1ow Anthony Joldan John Bllvnn James Woodworth Edwald Mulphv Damel Cohoon Lestel Maltm Samuel Rltt Joieph Beckel Sol Hoffs Samuel Gruskm Golton Rogc-is John Tloland Rlch ull CO1 key Nlnlnms XX 1ll1am Smlth FlOHt row LZXWIQIILC Cassala Wxlllam MacDonald I' ldnllh Day Hauy Goulon James Walsh Ronald Donovan Lew Lyons Chapman Paul Cheseblo Robext Taylol Elleswoxth Edwards Cecll Turner H hat.s1g11zjus tht road Il e tallz Or aauuard tzunmas that u f make To North or South or Fast 07 ll est? IT e traz el on om destmed qzzeet For that zs lzte and all of Izfe Full flow ma Il zth the Amd of stzltl That stu s' tht lmld 1 nzlzattled soul To srl c caeh small part as the It half Of ez fl Il lnavtzon that uf scale' Thl broad hzqhuau as fllsf a trazl Natzons and men alzllc must triad The path za here dcstznu has led Conflzctmg Clflllllg Ideals that clash llahe but a momentary flash Spzfnzng the za zll day unto dau To zz alll the Road ot De stznzf' I Hzllzam ll Selzuuler Page lwerzty-om' Page ire 1. fy-tu-u lftalb.-f Vt. C?..D.:JZ...e.-Q HERBERT H. ARCHIBALD, B.S., M.Ed. HEADMASTER Mass. State College, B.S. 1915, Boston University, M. Ed., Graduate study at Harvard and Columbia University Schools of Education. Principal, Wilton KN. HJ High School 1915-19173 Principal, Hamilton CMass.J High School 1917-19215 Principal, Bridgewater CMass.J High School 1921-1922g Principal, Natick fMass.J High School 1922-19273 Principal, Norwood fMass.J High School 1927-1936, Head Master, Watertown CMass.J High School 1936-1944. Teacher and coach of athletics 1915-1922. Headmaster at Bulkeley since September, 1944. ELLA H. KELLY School Secretary, 1942 Page twenty-Harem THE BRIDGE BUILDER An old man g,o1ng a lone hlghvsay Came 111 the ex enlng cold and g1ax To a chasm vast and deep and mde The old man C1OQS9Cl 1n the txxlllght Clllll The sullen stleam had no fea1s fo1 hlm But he stopped when safe on the othel slde And bu1lt a bl ldge to span the tlde Old Man sald a fellow pllgllm nea1 You a1e xnastlng you1 st1ength vs 1th bllllfllllg 1e1e You1 Jou1nev vull end mth the endlng day You ve C1OSS6d the chasm deep and xx 1de Why bulld you thls budge at 9V91'11Ilg t1d67 'lhe bulldel hfted h1s old g121X head Good f11end 1n the path I haxe come he S3.lCl Thele folloxneth afte1 me today A youth xx hose feet must pass thm xx ay Thls chasm XXl11Cl1 has been as naught to me To that fan ha11ed youth mlght a pltfall be He too must CIOSQ 111 the tvuhght dlm Good F11end I am bulldlng the budge fo1 hun H111 411111 DH nzq 11 611 3. ' ' . n y . I . V . 1 I y . N Y w Y. t . , W 1 I A 4 l'1 I . . . . , t . 'Q ' . C 1, i . K . cc av ' , ' ,,' , 7 ' 7 46 v ' . , . ' ' ' . . . ' I t f l . L 3 You never agaln wlll pass th1s way, 7 . v' s , . i . . ' Q .7 9 cz ,- ' 7 aa , ' J 3 ' 7 66 1 Y I v 1 N . v . E. . , : ' 3 K 7 7 3 S ' 1 7 U. . . i. , I . ,, , . - U . ' 'r .nr 1 y-four ARTHUR L. HJORTLAND ASSISTANT HEADMASTER DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE MRS. THOMAS BOYCE XVate1'ville. New York High Schoolg Rochester Athenaeum and Mechan- ics Institute: Instructor of Domes- tic Science. N. Y. City: Chief Dieti- tian. Utica Memorial Hospitalg Chief Food Clerk. New London W. P. and Rationing Boardg Secretary Guidance Dept., Bulkeley. since 19-16. ERNFST W F-KI CONER A B Boston Umverslty AB 1917 Instluc tor Berkeley P1 epalatoxy School 1914 17 Amellcan Expedltxonaly Folces 1917 Instructor at Belkeley Preparatory School 1919 20 P11nc1palofEpp1ngH1gh School Epplng N H 1920 21 Member of Slgma Alpha Epsllon At Bulkeley smce 1921 Mathematlcs Head of Mathe matlcs Department pwfefffdaw HOWARD T PIERCE A B Bowdom College AB 1918 Vlce Prm clpal Marne Central Instltute 1918 21 SUDBTVISOI of Muslc ln publlc school Pxttsfleld Mame At Bulkeley smce 1921 Mathematlcs Dl!6Ct0l of Muslc WALTER M COLE Cushmg Academy Northampton Com merclal College W0lCeSte1 Buslness In stltute Unlvexslty Extenslon Courses Taught at Nolthampton Commerclal New England VOCatl0H3I School Head of Commerclal Department Rutland lV'ass At Bulkeley smce 1922 Commerclal sub jects WILLIAM R CANTY BS Mlddlebury College B S 1919 Athletlc Dlrector Fay School Southboxo Mass 1919 20 Athletlc Dnectol St Louls Coun try Day School St Louls Mo 192024 Fraternity Chl Psl. At Bulkeley School since 1924-Algebra. Page twenty-six NofO" Let s to y zt agam All I I Mght Gel' planted' PHILIP B P-XSQLALE -X B M S Bates College A B 1921 Unrversrtv of Yew Hampshrre M S 1923 Harvard Unrversrty Radro School 1918 Columbra Unrversrty Summer School 1922 Gradu ate Assrstant rn Socrology Economrcs and Hrstory Unrversrty of New Hampshrre 1921 22 Instructor of Socral Scrence Eco nomrcs and Sociology Unrversrty of New Hampshrre 1922 25 Assrstant Edrtor Socral Scrence Syllabus Unrversrty o New Hampshrre Honorary fraternrty Phr Gamma Mu At Bulkeley srnce 1925 Hrstory Economrcs Head of Hrstory De partment P HENRY SHAY -X B Amherst College Bachelor of Arts cum laude 1921 Instructor of French and Latrn Amherst Hrgh School 1921 22 I structor of Latrn and Socral Scrences Brrstol Hrgh School 1922 25 Instructor of Latrn Spanrsh and French Bulkeley School 1925 Head of Language Depart ment FLOOD In REED Valpararso Unrversrty Harvard Unr ver srty Geneva Instrtute of Internatron rl Relatrons Head of Scrence Department Wheeler School 1917 20 Headmaster Wheeler School 1920 27 At Bulkelew srnce 1924 Scrence Brology RAY T RFFD Ph B Provrdente College 1924 Brown Lrrr versrty 1978 At Bulkeley srnce 1998 Englrsh Do you ez er study? Is thzs tmp necessary 9 Mebbe Nou Charlze Page twenty ser en WILI I XM F 0 BRIFN ll S Unrversrtw of Connectrcut BS 1925 Wrttenberg Warner Allen Coachrng School Yale Summer School 1928 Col gate Coachrng School 1933 and 1936 Northeastern Coachrng School 1934 I I U Coaching School 1941 Teacher Coach Stonrngton Hrgh School 1925 29 At Bulkeley srnce 1929 Drlector of Athletrcs ELBERT ORC LTT B A M A Yale College B A 1907 Teacher s Col lege Columbra MA Instructor Unrver slty of Chattanooga 1907 1908 Headmas ter Woodsvrlle N H Hrgh School 1908 1918 Headmaster Plymouth N H Hrgh School 1918 1929 Presrdent State Teach ers Assocratron N H Hrgh School of Kappa At Bulkeley School srnce 1930 Englrsh WALTER ARTHUR PFCK A B Colgate Unrversrty AB 1916 taught at Unrversrtv of Vermont 191617 Worcester Polytechnrc Instrtute 1918 21 Tufts Medrcal and Dental School 1921 22 Dalhousre Unrversrty 1922 23 Nashua Hlgh School 1923 24 Brrdgeport Central Hrgh School 1924 25 Graduate Courses at Columbra 1924 25 Graduate Courses at Yale 1924 25 Member Amerrcan Chem real Socrety member Nova Scotran Instr tute of Scrence Hrgh School of Commerce 1926 30 Srgrna Nu Fratermty teacher of Mathematrcs and Englrsh At Bulkeley srnce 1930 JOHN lx BALENTINF AB Lafayette College A B 1931 College fraternrty Kappa Srgrna HOHOIHIV So clety Kappa Phr Kappa At Bulkeley srnce 1931 Latrn Englrsh Faculty Man ager Athletrcs rnce 1939 1 Y ' A : . 1. . . . ' . 9 ' ' ' l .n ' , . g ,. . - 1 v - ' v , ' . ' V , . ., . . . J ' v ' 'y 9 I ' I a 1 - -l H l ls " ' 1 f l ' ' ! 7 ' '! 1 . - T l . ! ' 'l , ' S ' ' ' , . . . . ! ' 'Y Commerce, 1929-1930. Member' Phr Beta 1 , . . , f ' ' , - -, 9 . . ' . y ' l 1 ' l . , c - 1 1 , - , I l s , ' l . y - 3 . . .. Q 9 ' 5 I 1 V , 3 . I ., x ' ' I ' I - S . ' - Q 9 . I , n , 5 . . 5 . Y ' ' Y . . . . ., . . , ,. . -, 2 . V , D . .. - , . - . Y . n . , I . S. U Page twenty-eight JOSEPH A SILVA BS University of Pennsylvamr 1929 At Bulkeley since 1932 Histoly Coach Freshman Basketball Varsity Baseball since 1946 ARTHLR L HJORTLAND B A MA University of North Dakota B A Um versity of Illinois MA Superintendent of School Lawton North Dakota Instluc tor of Zoology at Hamline University St Paul Instructor of Biology Denfield School Duluth Minnesota Assistant In structor of Zoology at the University of Illinois Member of Sigma X1 and Alpha Tau Omega Honorary Societies At Bulke ley since 1934 Biology Director of Guld ance Assistant Headmastel since 1946 G LAURILNS XTTWILL MSA Buidett College 1922 Extension courses 1927 '51 Boston University Sum mei School MSA 1933 34 Instructor Drake Secretarial School Jersey City N J 1922 25 Principal of Montclan Sec letarial School Montclair N J 1925 2b Instructol New London Business College 1926 36 Instructor Troy Business Col lege Troy N Y 1936 37 At Bulkeley since 1937 Commercial subjects JOHN TROLAND A.B. Amherst College A.B. 1926' Amerika Institute Vienna Austria Summer Se:- sion 1933' Lniversity of Vienna Austria 1934-37' Industrial Chemist Cuban-Amen ican Sugar Co. 1926-29' Robert College Istanbul Turkey Instructor in Chemistry 1929-31 Head of Chemistry Department 1931-34. At Bulkeley since 193l-Chem- istry. Cut zt out' What s 110717 name? You re 0 1 cused A nd consequently then- Page twenty-nine 'VIALCOLM GRAHAM GREENAW XX Amherst College 1930 Forrls Jewett Moore Scholarship 1930 1931 Umver sity of Paris 1930 31 Paris Ecole de Joul nallsme 1930 31 Chester High School 1932 40 At Bulkeley since 1940 F1 ench Latm English FRED A CLARK B S E Massachusetts School of Alt 1931 Graduate Work Boston University Plain ulle High School, 1934 1038 Wether field 'hgh School 1938 1939 Dedham High School 19391945 Instructor S Marks Summer Session 1943 At Bulkeley since 1945 Mechan1calDraw1ng RUSSELL W HARRIS B L I Emerson College 1928 BLI Boston Unlverslty 1928 1929 Summer Session 1930 Acting Registrar Emerson College 1929 1930 Instructor 1n History and Coach of Dramatics Robert E F1tch 1930 1942 At Bulkeley since 1945 Eng lish History ELLA H. KELLY Ansonia High School, Ansonia' Stone Secretarial School New Haven' Special Courses Connecticut College for Women. Chief Yeoman QFJ United States Naval Reserve 1918-1919- United States Civil Service 1919-1920' Secretary to Nathan Belcher 1920-19393 Assistant to Treas- urer of Trustees of Bulkeley School 1920. School Secretary 1942-. Page thirty 00 .M 1002 Take off your Cl I1 a uf? ,Aff Why? Page thirty-one TO THE GRADUATES OF 1947 In extendlng greetlngs to our Senlols through thls f0l6VKOld 1n the Whaler of 1947 your headmaster vull attempt after offermg hearty con gratulatlons to the class for 1ts xerv excellent publlcatlon to outllne vs hat to h1m appeals to be one of the most lmportant of the year s challenglng notes We have for over a year now slnce the close of the vxar met on sex eral occasions 1n a splrlt of thankfulness pondermg the debt of gratltude that we owe Bulkeley men and lndeed men from all schools and colleges through out the country a noble army who on our behalf experlenced that final sac rlflce that we mlght contmue to hve 1n a fl ee land Except for these yallant men who gaxe thelr ln es and for those who were leady to r1sk and gn e all that they had or were today our llbertles would haxe dxsappeared our ldeals would have been frustrated and ou1 democratlc way of llfe would haxe been a thlng of the past Wlthout thelr h1gh courage and Splflt our Amerlcan youth would have been denled the rlght to speak the truth that rlght Wlth out whlch educatlon loses all 1ts meanlng We cannot adequately reckon ou1 obllgatlon to these Bulkeley boys who w1ll never come back or to those their fellow soldlers saxlors and marlnes who fought by thelr Sld6 constantly faclng tlme s greatest terror torture and death We can how ex er be mmdful that they have handed us the torch that 1n dlfferent fields of endeax or and 3Ct1X lty but Wlth equal determlna tlon and vlgllance we can carry on the struggle whlch they waged for free dom for loye of truth and finally for peace Through thelr many sacrlfices a new opportunlty has been gn en us vyhlch novs and hereafter we must firmly resolye we shall not d1SS1pat9 Granted we all profess gullt ln belng at tlmes too frequent unmlndful lf not unappreclatlve of our countless bless 1ngs our cherlshed freedoms and our Amerlcan democracy whlch We so hlghly prlze We must now seek and find the power and wlll to retuln to the pursult of these vlrtues As Bulkeley graduates of 1947 yours Wlll be the task of exerclslng that stern self d1sc1pl1ne whlch vs1ll at once recognlze the rlghts of others whlle It emphaslzes the dutles and obllgatlons we must ourselves accept If we are to build for permanent peace and that seems to be the blggest Job now ahead of us It vull fall your lot as future c1t1zens to dex elop and prac t1ce that capaclty for yoluntary sacrlfice of an 1nd1v1dual lnterest to that of a group whether It be the city the state or the natlon or the whole famlly of natlons It w1ll be your task also to engender a devotlon to peace for ltS own sake a much greater task and dlilicult obhgatlon now that We are fast becomlng world mlnded Bulkeley has trled to foster and cultn ate ln you such qualltles such con cepts and attitudes as vull make for success 1n your future cu 1C lxfe as you leave us In the lnterest of spreadlng the rlchness and Joy s of our Amerlcan way of llfe from a free people to the SUH61 1ng m1ll1ons st1ll under bondage go forth vxlth Bulkeley s blesslngs to deeds of serylce to that Wlder world 1n vs hlch vse all must ln e Humanlty deserx es and sadly needs the best there 1s 1n you May God grant you are ready and eager to glve lt ID the bu1ld1ng of a permanent and lastlng peace yn hlch yn 1ll extend to all lands and all peoples H'-,tS2,t.J2'flfl" Cl..,wPf..Q-Q v v' ' y - 7 ' 9 'X K v L 7 ' 7 . . . ,y . , . 7 . 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C Pace thzrty-two CLASS OFFICERS GEORGE PUGSLEY JOHN BOSKO NORMAN PECK JAMES CARVER President Vive-Prr'sidr'11l Trcrlsurcr Secretary SENIORS Page thirty-three SENIOR CLASS HISTGRY In Septembcl of 1943 the poitals of Bulkelex School weie opened wide to admit the illustiious group of gentlemen knovtn as the class of 1947 The fascinating master of Room 11 the Babe Ruth of Room 25 and the lncompaiable smile of our belox ed Homer K Ul1d9lXK ood soon gaxe us to know that vse had entered the right school After a brief 0l1611t3t1Ol'l period we chose Tom Daniels President Nathan Belchei Vice President and John O Connor Seciet-try Treasuier Many of us ueie iepresented in athletics and clubs September of 1944 saw us an outstanding group of Bulkeley men fighting with true Tiger sp1r1t on the gridiron and in the classroom We vsere now accepted as physically and mentally fit to enter into social actix 1t19S As proponents of democracy we had Thomas Daniels as Piesident Nathan Belcher as V1ce President and James Caixer as Secl etary Treasurer The followlng year awoke in us that eternal feeling that comes only to upperclassmen As Juniors we were quite actixe 111 many flelds Our third year assured us of the excellence of some of our members in all major sports some of us rose to new heights Yes our Junior x ear was triumphant Now in our Senior 5. eai we hax e ploudlx accepted the leadel ship of Bulk eley Our oflicers are George Pugslev Plesldent John Bosko Vice Presl dent James Carver Secretary and Noiman Peck Treasurer Coopelatlon spirit wllllngness and scholastic ab1l1ty haxe been the trademarks of our soJourn in Bulkeley First homevs ork football games assemblies Junior Prom Band our svx ell gymnasium faculty Mrs Kellv yanitors SCHIOI year Commencement Yes all these we leaxe behind wlth the feeling that vse would all like to go back and recapture those wx onderful moments from our xers first dav But as life goes on so must vue Whatex er be our chosen vsork the image of Bulkelex shall hox ei 1n our memories forex er THE WHALER"s-M-v-rv , . , . , A , V . v' 1 ' ' lv -' K1 r V L K Lv . K Q 7 ' ! 1 ' 2 Q9 ' K l 9 . v 1 4 - v - . ' ' ' , l ' L 1 L L L L Y ' L D L . L 1 L . , ' l , ' L It . Y L 1 ' L u Several Juniors were admitted to the Masque and Gavel. In the music field L . L 1 7 , . Y . a ' ' y - v I v . . 1 1 ' - D ! L A . . U , ' s 3 . , - - S , 'Z ' , K - ' ' y , A L, L V L y v . . . . . . . ., . Y WY V n L . L , L V a ' v , l Uv v 4 . . V D Page thzrty-four CLASS PROPHECY It IS the year 1972 As I step off the atom poyy ered tram at Nevy London a sudden blinding streak of light dazzles me After the smoke clears I am told by spectators that another rocket yylth Plckett and Beny enutl at the controls has just left for the moon Peabody haylng bought his ticket missed the ship late agam I purchase a paper at Bober s newsstand and glanclng at the headlines notice that Barone has been elected mayor of N13HtlC The sports sectlon edited by Flanagan features a story on Cary er who has scored his 1 000 000th touchdoyvn As a fire englne roars down State Street Monroe who IS driving tells Langner sitting beslde him to sound the siren Turnlng a corner I meet Goldsteln and Pumerantz announclng Leandrl s coming wrestling match at the Beach They tell me that Mr Pasquale has again made the statement This IS my last year' At Carroll s and Dris coll s advertising agency I find Mugoy ero apply 1ng for a Job Brailey Peck and Rice have flnlshed another hard day s yvork in the1r Let s Expand N1ant1c campaign Darrow haylng broken Chappell s arm again in a frlendly argument now lugs h1m into Dr Coppola s ofiice yvhere he finds Gottwalt and Nunes nursing black eyes Ryan who has been thrown out of Bulkeley again IS bemg mterylewed by Headmaster St Germain on the evlls of argulng with Professor White now occupying Room 21 so the engineers Heseltme and Marchant tell me I take a bus to Caulkln s Park yy here Fr1tz sells me a ticket to Keeler s Carnival The Smallest Show on Earth Kelly takes my ticket at the gate and 1ns1sts that I see Bernstein and Eldridge doubling for midgets and Jordan as strong man IH the side show Pugsley and Kalman try to lure me 1nto 1 game of galloplng domlnoes but smce Teufel and Jennings are also playlng I think tvylce and moye on Just then Ceccarelll s circus band yylth Hendel on the sax begins to play and I moye 1nto the big top to see the show Palmer as rmgmaster introduces CRSCIO and those other two famous trapeze artists Whelan and Young Slnce the shoyy becomes duller I leaye and on my yyay out say hello to Constables Sherlock and Newfield looking for Reagan yvhom they sayy sneaking under the tent As the fresh air strikes my face I breathe a sigh of rellef and return to the city There I find Pescatello and D Peterson look mg for Whaler ads Day1s 'md DuBois are still playing wlth Thayer s orchestra at Ocean Beach The two agltators Tooker and Tralner haye spent the night 1n the city yall for attemptlng to start a rey olutlon Then conspxrators Solomon and Murawskl haye escaped yylth the aid of Kaplan and MIHUCCI who hay e been tipped off bv Ney ille s underground At Anastos music studlo I find Belcher try mg to buy a XIOIIII vylth which to hlt Bosko oy er the head Ballestrnn attempts to intery ene but IS mauled by Danlels yy ho has been yyaltlng to see yy hat happens A riot ensues and finally the patrol squad captalned by Gorra a1r1y es to break it up Wandeimg p ist a poolroom I notice Nla sad and Schofield engaged in 1 hotly contested game Elkins IS also there attemptlng to make a trlck shot off the top of Emanuel s head I y lS1t 1ad1o station WN LC yy he1e Ray Petel sen IS on the air yy 1th his featule sports broadcast In the outslde office Walsh and Gerstenberg are tampeung yylth the receptionist s affections Proy oked she calls Pappadopoulos oy 81 to throyy them out On the cornel outslde Willing and Winters are engaged in peddling a someyy hat question able brand of sp1r1ts frumentl Breaklng 1nto a smlle and yylth all my faith m human nature shattered I turn and yy alk ayyay sloyy ly 1llt0 the approaching dusk hi!-nina' I947 ' , - v ' . 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I I, - Y I y v v v 7 . . v v T ' Page thnty file ANASTOS CHARLES General Charlie Charlle IS a good natured fellow a lover of good muslc and an authorlty on opera Hls ambl tlon IS to be a lawyer and he seems to be well quahfied fox that vocatlon Keep up your good work and you re bound to be suc cessful Charlxe BALLESTRINI RICHARD Commercial Duck Blg Dlck Ballestrlm IS n of our top basketball and base ball players He has a llkable personallty and usually manages to get along pretty well ln evely thlng Keep lt up Dlck you can t miss BARONE JAMES College Jlm Jlm IS known as the May of the leadlng figures of h1s classes and he has a personallty no one can reslst Jlm mtends to be a c1v1l engineer and we know he ll make us proud of hlm BELCHER NATHAN Commercial Nate Nate served for three years as our Vlce Presldent He IS a hard worker on the football field but IS very quxet off the gl 1d1ron He wants to play professlonal football and we wxsh you all the luck ln the world Nate Page thzrty szx ACTIVITIES Spanish Club Bookkeeping Prize Ieate no rock untur ned Baseball 2 3 4 Football3 Bas ketb ll1 2 3 4 Varsity Club 4 time 1 Intramulal Sports 1 3 4 Span lSh Club 2 3 Natlonal Honor So c1ety3 4 Band 1 2 mm the land of sunshine 102117 MJ-wk. Z2 Football 1 2 3 Co Captain 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Boxmg H1 Y 2 3 4 Junlor Prom Com mmttee Varslty Club 4 Class V1cePres1dent 1 2 3 14-AANA-40 f-A sure? NU! trwvww What a lzfe Y u 1 11 14 ' 11 1 - . U . - 3 ' . . . 1. I ., - H . H 44 J Y , , .lr , . , 1 9 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 " " Int , 2, , 4. H . . ,, . . . 0 e Q , I ' .. , 52.0 ' . - , u ' 11, i I . , . 1 ' ' l - I l 1 1 1 ss - 91 , Q - 1 1 1 - as ' YY - 44 - or" of Niantic. He is always one , . ' I u ' 11 - K fa . ,, Y . . . , . I . I ' 1 1 1 ' I ' 1 ' -1 11 . 1 1- 1 1 l " 1 1 1 . ' u n Q Q . . ' . , , ' , KJ L l' 1 I 141' . . .. . Q W I I: Y , .. , . . ' -L, ll 1 A' 4 X - H ,, u 1 - 11 , .I . 1 ' ' Q 1 . ' , x 'A I' LA, Spams ub 2 3 Student Coun c1l2 Masque8zGavel3 4 Whal er Room Captam 2 J Oh you son of a -2 .yew- Baseball 3 4 Football 3 4 In tramurals 1 2 4 Athletlc Qlubzt 3 ,J L .1 It couldnt be true Malte haste slowly but always seize the opportunzly Baseball 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captaln 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Valslty Club4 H1 Y2 3 4 Fxench Club 2 3 Class Vlce Presldent 4 Come on boy ifiwwwjif 'Ti BEVVEN UTI DONALD College Don Ben Don IS an enthuslastlc talk er who wlll argue wnth anyone about anythmg He xs also well known for that Ford whlch he drlves about town Ben pects to be a contractor and hls pelsonallty and hard worklng splrlt will take hlm to the top BERNSTEIN LEON Commercial Murph Murph Bernsteln may not be the smallest semor but he IS bel of the Sodoread basketball team and IS a good all around athlete HIS ambition IS to be a teacher coach and we think he w1ll be a good one BOBER JOSEPH College Bo IS a new addltxon to our class commg to us from Tech Just this year It didn t take us long to learn that outslde of school he does quite a but of hunt mg and fishmg Llfe wlll con tmue to treat you well Joe BOSKO JOHN l ollege John John ms one of our most pop ular fellows and he IS a star on the court the dlamond and the grldlron Wlth llttle exertlon he has kept a college average for four years Wlth hls natux al abll lty John should go far ln llfe Page thwty seven X o- l 1 l ' ' b l Cl U, Cl fi 55 ll Y, ' ' ' - 1 l ' ' ' 3 1 l ' ' ' - . , . D , . ' ll Y, ex- : , n I U H ' ' 1 pf ,V -,f A f N C, fe' 1 , 7 : l ' .- ' as 11 I I L 1 1 1 A' X P' f, . ' I' an 11 ' . I A V A A I . 7 . - f - fe' ' ' certamly close to lt. He IS a mem- u 1 . H ' , 1 . . . . ' x - , ' Q CCBDQI ll Y, ' ' ' I . . . , u . 1 K . . Y - ' - ' H . . . . ' . ll ,Y , . . ' A ' ' ' Z' - 4- 11 1 1 1 1 . 1 I K l I , ' ' ' ' u 11 ' ' - Q ' G 1 1 2 I ' - 1 l ' , ' I 9 , - I s ' Y u n . ' ' ' ' . ' ' - u 11 - ' 1 ' ' l e j , BRAILEY ROGER College Roger Roger IS fl0m N13DtlC al though he IS seen qulte fl equent ly ln Old Lyme He can usually be found ln the soda shop the bowllng alley Ol at a square dance Hls llfe work IS golng to be englneellng and hell make a good one CARROLL THOMAS Com merclal Tom Tom lS a qulet lad who has kept ln the background for most of hls foul ye3lS at Bulkeley Even so he dld wln a shorthand prlze as a freshman He wants to be a reporter ln Washlngton and we wlsh you all the luck ln the world Tom CARVER JAMES Ever slnce hlS sophomole yeal Jlm has been a three spolt athlete As a freshman he played Varslty baseball and freshman basketball Hls ambltlon IS to be a professlonal ball playel and wlth your ablllty Jlm youll make the blg leagues CASCIO PETER General Pete Pete IS a serlous mlnded fel low and he IS an amateul pho tographer If he IS not to be found ln the darkroom he IS probably vlsltlng at W M I Pete lS golng to be an englneel and we WlSh hlm luck Page thirty ezght ACTIVITIES Intramurals2 3 4 Spanlsh Club 2 3 4 Band 1 2 J? JJ 'X' ' IL l 0 911101101 Shorthand P1129 1 Ah golly Baseball 1 2 3 Captaln 4 Foot ball 2 3 Co Captaln 4 Basket 3 4 HlY 2 3 4 Varslty Club 4 Class Secretary Treasurer 2 VICE Presldent 3 Secretary 4 Some days zt doesnt ay Q IJ Football 3 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Photography lub if l 1 if 9, u 11 ' , - - - Q . , 0 ' 1 , 1 1 1 ' G 1 1 l 1 - ' ' . ' A 2 . I l ' 3 I ' . . -. ', ' "V, '.f"""tJ l Y .1 ' fi Y, . u 11 ' ' ' lf ll , . I . . I , xc 11 , . , 1 1 1 . A 1 ' , , 1 1 ' l ' Commerclal "Jun" ball 1 2 3 4' Intramurals 1 2 Y .7 Y Y . 1 Y ' ' , , 1 l ' 1 1 l sl ' 11 - . 3. l ' l Q . ' - as - 1 ' , ' ' u ' 11 1 1 U to , 1 1 g 14 . ,, f V f f M 1 1 3 ' ss 11 1 1 1 - u 11 ' ' - ' - 1 . ' ' . 1 . I I . . . g' l u 11 ' - ' , , 1 47" I lv l ACTIVITIES d 2 3 4 Serenaders 2 '3 4 tra r ls 3 What po ts 1 2 4 ee Span1sh Club 2 'S h lub 4 Plom Comm1t Sketch Cl Honor So 4 Ma Gavel Glee 3 4,Lat I b2 Band Whal r Co ltor 4 Math r e2 3,1 ITIPIIZSZ U S H1sto1y e I 2 Ne mb P11 State ll Harval Awfud I Are you L1ddmg7 Baseball 2 3 4 Football 2 'S 4 Basketball Fleshman 2 3 4 Intramulals 1 2 3 4 H1 Y 2 'R 4 French Club 2 3 Latxn Club 1 2 Va1s1ty Club4 Class PIESI dentl 2 Dont break your arm pnttzng yours-elf on the back CECCARELLI AR FHUR Commerclal Art Art IS emment for h1s talent as a mus1c1an belng a top notch clarlnetlst He has also shown some ablllty as an athlete 1n the mtramural league W1th hIS mu Slcal gemus and sense of humor Art IS bound to find success CI-IAPPELL DAVID General Dave The old phrase SIX feet two and eyes of blue perfectly fits blond Dave He IS a qu1et SBYIOUS mmded student 1n all hIS classes He asplres to be a drafts man and w1th hIS determmatwn we re confident that he ll be suc cessful COPPOLA EDWARD College Eddle After Edd1e s HCtlVlt19S are complete the p1cture IS some of h1s Brahms or Chopln on the p1ano Hxs ambltlon IS to be a docto1 and from youu record Ed It s easy to see that you le headed fox h1gh places D ANIELS THOM AS College Tom Tom was our Presldent 1n our first two years He IS one of our best athletes He IS popular and IS respected by the faculty and by h1s fellow students Tom IS gomg to be an engl neel and he IS celtam to o fafrflft' M 2514 Lffffdf wx gf ij-'V' Page thnty mnc' X4 f ll 1 l ' j - u n VD' ll 77 ' ' ' xl f' . .' . 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I' 1 f I I A 8 --- f , ' f , ... f. f 4 ,- K I ,I x DARROW HAROLD College H M Regardless of what he may be domg, H M IS always wlllmg to thrash out the problem of the day wlth anyone untll that per son sees It hls way He mtends to be a forester and he IS so m terested ln forestry that he can t mlss DAVIES DAVID College Bud Bud Davles came to Bulk eley thls year after havlng served two years ln the Navy durlng whlch tlme he saw a good deal of the world Hls love for dogs has helped hlm declde that he wants to be a vetermallan DAVIS NORMAN College Norm Norm IS one of our musl clans He IS a member of the band and of the Serenaders and for two years he has played ln the All New England Band Musxc IS gomg to be Norm s llfe work and he ought to get along easlly DEGANGE NICHOLAS Commerclal N lck Nlck came to Bulkeley after spendlng some tlme ln the serv lce He qulckly got used to Mr Orcutt much to hls dlsmay We are sure that Nlck wlll go to the top m any field he may choose and we wlsh hlm luck Page forty ACTIVITIES Football 4 Manager2 3 Boxmg 1 2 ProJect1onClub3 4 Varslty Club 4 Thats what you thmk I-A5 of-011, 44,1 ! .. I lfupf ,zffv reshman Basketball Intra mulals 1 2 3 4 Latln Club 1 pamsh Club2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Selenaders 3 4 Masque and Gavel 3 4 Jumol Whaler As slstant 3 Gam! Lu-ck 5 me Act you? age Vie ,aa-ff-'bCf1' 1902.115 A6411 f ,bwaf lv- 1 GJ f gy, JA! I 44 . Take lt easy l I6 Y! D 7 ' 7 5 ' ' ' 1 I . 9 . It 7, . u Q " I . . 1, 25 ,,,,r-, .,. . .- . ' ' KK I ' Y! y . ' '- I' cw.. 'Y'-1 "A ' . , , A . I ' - J, . My , . ' . ' .- , 1 Q Agfa .,' , . CL D! ll YY ' - . ! . ' f' and our best wlshes are with hlm. l ' F . , g - " " ' . , , y S 5 S , s , , , : u rr ' '- , , . . ' 3 ' . 1 S ' ' , . '- ll ! !I .' - l as . n . V f , . , , .,., , ' 66 ' !! ff I 5 J" ' GK ' YY I' 'v rr . 1 . Q lg I ' . . " f ' ,, ' H ,I H. , ' n A I- n , V . . . ACT IES! Fr h and Prlze Le go Cross Country 2 Intramurals 1 2 3 French Club 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Junlor Prom C0mmlt ee 44 L' J... D 4 pw H4 Jlzcques C""' !'4 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Club 4 Minstrel 2 3 W hat do you say fQw,-f ML Spanish Club 1 2 Dlamatlc Club 4 Sketch Club 3 PIOJEC tlon Club 3 4 Holy Moly DRISCOLL RICHARD Commercial Dlck Dlck IS a tall modest llk able lad He was falrly actlve ln hls freshman year but he has slnce dropped out of extra cur rlcular actlvltles somewhat Keep up your good work Dick and you will be certain to prosper DUBOIS JAMES College lm Jlm IS the ledhead with the saxophone ln the band and the Serenaders He also manages to lack off some pretty high marks ln school We belleV6 Jlm wlll find success ln what ever field of life he chooses ELDRIDGE ARTHUR Beanball wlll always be re membered f0l hls performance ln this year s Mmstlel Art s am bltlon besides taklng a trlp t Mexico IS to be a physical edu catlon lnstructol and with hls enthusiasm he should make the glade ELKINS ROBERT College Bo Meet Bob Elkins who IS a happy go lucky fellow but who as hlS report card Indicates can also be serious Bob IS lnter ested ln Journallsm and wlth hls store of wry humor hell make the grade Page forty one J ' 1 l , 1 ' n ' n l I ' u - n - - c 15 ho '. .' .' 1. . . ' 4 I , . i ' u - ls ' 3 - I ' : ' , u - n 9 9 v 5 f ' J t'L0ff,,,-oqff - . V ., f H I X-'fn ' I' ct. yr - J A al - n - ' - - I a Spanish Club 1, 2, 3g ,Dramatic Cvllege "Art" 1 I , . u n ' - ' 1 . ' as v n ' u v ?n A l ' , . . A i l O fr Aff' gg 7 Lx ' Q 'l I 'a I l 4? flflf ' Y C fw I ff i l 5 5 A 'A iii? l : I I : ' I - Q P . I I I la bn l as n ' ' n fl ,Y l ' - - I .y , u X s . ll ,, Q 1, - . . . , , . . EMAW UEL PETER College Pete Pete entel ed our happy fold thls year comlng from Blllald and of course he Jolned the band and the Serenaders He wants to be a muslc teacher and wlth your technlque Pete you re bound to succeed FLANAGAN ROBERT College Bob Bob IS surpassed by few when lt comes to energy and school Splflt He IS usually near the top of the honor roll also Bob' wants to be a sports wrlter and wlth hls compre henslve knowledge of spolts he ought to be a good one FRITZ WILLIAM Commerclal Bl Blll IS one of our bankers HIS greatest ambltlon IS to be Presldent of the UNION Bank He has already started on the laddel and hls unceasmg ambltlon wlll help hlm reach the top Keep cllmblng Blll you ll get thele GERSTENBERG FREDERICK College Jack Jack IS a popular though qulet member of the Senlol Class He has taken part ln sports and other actlvltles Jacks ambltlon IS to be a teacher and wlth hls ready smlle and pleaslng pelsonallty h should hlt the top Page forty two frtif ACTIVI ES Intramural Sports 4 Band Selenaders 4 Don t Josh the posh Closs Country 2 Captaln 3 C0 Captaln 4 Track 2 3 4 Intra mural Sports I 2 3 4 Varslty Club 4 Latln Club 1 2 French Club 2 3 4 Junlor Whaler As slstant 3 Sports Edltor 4 Erm go bmgh fffb 1 y,.g.,4fys K Band 1 2 3 4 Intramural 1 2 Junlor Prom Commlttee 3 A1e you 1d ng? M-0 Lf rdf? Baseball 2 Football 2 3 Intra mulals 1 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 Latm Club 2 Masque and Gavel 4 9,.x4i'v-yJ"U-4 fd PM ell Ill tell yuh I -'db Yi, 'ffl-"dr 'clrtbl' K ff ,I "4-Q rw- H-1-"af f fafd 7 l .J 1 -1 A r .4 , 1 4,1 4 A fv, . I W. K I A 1 ' ,H 11 11 1 , .xx . 14 11 . ' , - . . . Q , v Q . I , - - as 11 1 y 1 an 1 - ,, 1 , . an 11 ' , ' ' ' - 1 1 1 1 . ' H U , ' . 1 1 1 1. , ' l 1 1 . . . . ' 1 5 - ' 1 . , . cs 1 , y . . - ' u ll .' . jf . a O 1 I-' l - 1' l 2 M, 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' . ' " ll" Sports 1, 2, 33 Bookkeeplng PTIZB u ' 11 ' u 11 ' ' ' I . 4-I . - 11 s 1 .6 n ,, , . I 1 1 ' I s ' 1 v . ' . sa 11 , , . , ' - 1 1 1 1 44 11 ' I Y : s Y I ' f 1 5 f 'A' ' s I I 1 V nc 1 11 . . . ' C K K L ' ' ' u 1 . . . W 1 , 1 n. ' .1 9 . . , 4 9 e . 4 1 ' A 1 I ,1 , d 0 ,fu ' ' I C . 1 4' I' 4. , ,fhr ACTIVITIES Intramural Sports 1 2 French Club 3 Progectlon Club 3 4 Junlor Whaler Asslstant 3 Humor EdltOI 4 Bubltees Freshman Basketball Latln Club 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 Junlor Prom Commlttee Junlol Buslness AdmlHlStl3tl0H Prlze 1 my achmg sacrozlzac Freshman Basketball Baseball 2 3 4 Int1amu1alSpo1ts 1 2 Guess III take the day off t morrow Band 1 2 3 4 Selenadels 1 3 Spamsh Club 2 3 Sketch Club 3 Junlol Plom C0mm1tt9C Don t lose zf 5 1' di-XIJVLJ -fI"Zaf' .X GOLDSTEIN JACOB General Jack Jack IS always talklng and IS usually tellmg a corny Joke As HUmOl Edltor of the Whaler he IS to blame fol the Jokes m thls book Jack lntends to enter the advertlsmg field where hls ablllty to talk will take hlm far GORRA JOHN College John John IS well known for h1s Blue Hustlel that car whxch he duves He has long been a New York Glant fan and was once called Glnty John wants to be a buslness executlve and we wlsh hlm luck nn achlevmg hls ambxtlon GOTTW -XLT NORMAN Dmty IS noted for hls abllxty on the baseball dlamond and for hls quletness Although he doesn t say much the secret has come out that he wants to play wlth B1 ooklyn s Dodgels Stay m there fightmg Dmty and you ll m xke the glade HFN DFL BL RTOW General Chic Chlc Hendel has won fame as a balkel at Ocean Beach He claxms to be a talented muslclan and Jokester although some nnght questlon these clalms Chlc has a natulal ablhty fox makmg monev so he ought to be a successful busmessman Page forty three ! 56 Y, ll Y! 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ND ' J I-IESELTINE FOSTER College Hessle Hessle IS noted for hls qulet and reserved manner A love for horses has made Hessle feel that he would llke to become a veterlnarlan Hessle s frlendlx ness and pelsonallty should take hlm a long way ln hls chosen P10 fesslon JENNINGS CHESTER General Chet Chet IS one of oul Dodgel fans Hts seclet ambltlon IS to play baseball m Ebbets Fleld and from hls baseball record at Bulkeley It can be seen that he mlght someday do Just that But whatever career he may plck Chet wlll make hls mark JORDAN RUSSELL Commerclal Russ Russ IS one of our mates about whom we havent heard too much We do know of hls explolts and achlevements IH the varlous commerclal rooms Hls fine chalacter and ab1l1ty to get along wlth othels should help hlm 1n later hfe KALMAN MYRON College e Ike hasnt much to say whether hes puzzled ovel an algebra problem or a chemistry expellment Howevel he usually seems to come out on top Mlke IS slated fol a buslness caleel and lt ought to be a successful one Page forty four V ACTIVITIES Intramurals 1 2 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 Whalel AdV6ltlSlllg Man ager 4 You ze m a vut A5-up Jl,.,lL-4-9.fCi2fB.,lA.ny.1 0-r+?.u.J,,-7 NMMA Baseball 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Student Counc1l3 Ten ponzts of your qua1te1ly glade met lull yah Ifxench Club 2 3 Intramural Spolts 1 2 3 4 Bookkeeplng Pllze 2 safaice MSS . GS ' 17 u ' n - - - 8 y , I G g u ' sr , Q ' ' - ' ' u - y n - '- ' I . ' - n 1 , ' , n rr - g-1 ' 4. . 1 .6 ' 9 v I . r at 19 Y I ' H H ' . - . I '. . I, I. as . . Q . x , n Y ' Y 7 ll Y! ' ' ' H Intramural Sports 4g Baseball 4. ' 56 ll Y! ' Y HQ ' V' YI V n ! ' . ' . . I I ll . . a , 'V . Y i . ..Ik ,, . ' , , , 5 KL YI 7 ' Y . 7 . , 1, l i I Silt! , .77 , ll ' I! ' I 1 n v, f M I I . , r ' Q s Natl 052 ACTIVITIFS Football 4 Intlamurals 3 4 Spanlsh Club 2 3 4 Band 3 Whaler Asslstant 3 Cnculatlon Managel 4 Lemme fake your paper Baseball 2 3 4 Freshman Bas ketball Intramurals 2 3 4 SpaH1Sh Club 2 3 H1 Y 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Commlttee 3 What tune does thzs penofl end? I-Off WG' J-fofbi S'-AJ 1 5f4.,4ff'D14J"' 50555 Football 1 3 Intramurals 1 3 4 Flench Club 2 3 H1Y Freshman Basketball What d ya say ace? KAPLAN GEORGE College Kappy Kappy IS a classmate who always keeps cheelful Hls aculty of mlnd 1n Mr Falconers room has enabled hlm to attaln a good scholastxc standlng Hls ambltlon IS to be a busmessman and he ll do well Good luck to you Geol ge KEELER WVARREN General Bozo Bozo had a pretty good tlme ln h1s foul years at Bulkeley Evelyone knows of h1s adven tures IH Room 21 Bozo IS a futule buslnessman and hls cheelfulness and wlse cracklng ablllty w1ll assure hlm of blg sales KELLY THOMAS College Ke Kels genlus at tlmes sur prlses both the faculty and the students Kelly and Flanagan make a team of happy Irlshmen who are seen at all the games Hold on to that carefree splrlt Tom and happiness IS yours forever KNOWLES JOSEI H General oe Joe entered Bulkeley wlth the lest of us ln 1943 After his fleshman year we dldnt hear much from Joe but we do know that he served some tlme m the almed folces He IS back with us now however and we xush hrm the best of luck Page forty five '. 0- , , 'r 0 Of N' GJ sol X-J 499 l Q 1 1 fb J 1 u 91 u 11 ' . 1 ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' I , , 1, I : - - , .. 1 ' . 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' 7 1 u 11 ' . . v1 1 LANGNER DAVID College Dave Yo Yo Yo Yo IS another of oul bankers In school he alter nates between belng qulet and belng qulte the opposite Dave wants to be a mechan lcal englneer but he flgures he w1ll wmd up ln the bankxng buslness Good luck Dave LEANDRI RICHARD Commercial Duck Mlghty Dlck Leandrl wlll take on all comers ln wxestlmg but be careful because he knows a blt of Jlu Jltsu too Dlck will ager of the Capltol Tallors and wlth hls friendly manner he ought to prosper MARCHANT ALBIN College A J has grown qulte a blt slnce hls freshman year He has a Ford named Della fo1 whlch he would llke to buy some tn es He clalms to be a woman hatel and leaves the falr sex to othels and this may be a help to hlm ln the future MASSAD JOHN General Johnny Johnny IS an all a1 ound good fellow He lS present at most ath letlc actlvltles and takes a very actlve part ln lntramurals Johnny has gone through Bulkeley wxth llttle tlouble and he should contlnue thlough llfe ln the same manner Page forty star WMA 440425 fp ACTIVITIES Glee Club 3 Spanlsh Club 3 Sketch Club 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Jumox Whaler Assistant 3 Why don t you grow up? Track 3 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 'S 4 Sketch Club 3 Prom Commlttee 3 Whaler Clrculatlon Manager4 rn tellmg you boy Qznsixuwema o-MA., H Spanlsh Club 2 3 Whoa Della Intramural Sports 1 Dont mentzon It QAM-1041 mba, f2SL 4 , , . no , n 4. - n Z , u - n ' , , as U. , - Q I Q ' ' l l l v s 1 5 KK Y! L . . , . n . . . H , . U ' li 79 ' . , . 9 ' ll ' YY Q I . l . ' ' ' J ' . 1 . ' ll ' I! ' ' 5 I . , . ! . .. .. H . ,, . , . some day be the owner and man- up ' ff ' ' 77 P ' I . ac- , . . . . ,- Slide, 1 ' , . HA J H KK Y, ' ' 1 I Q. Ll Y IP I I ' Y . - ', ' 9 ' ' , 2, 3, 4. tb D! IK Y! ' - , u ll Y ' ' !P u n l B! , ACTIVITIES Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2 Glee Club 2 The Dodgers wzll win F01 Chrzstmas sake Basketball Freshman 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 HIY 2 3 4 Student Council 1 2 Cheer leadel 3 4 V rslt Clu 4 mee of Lol Freshman Basketball' Football 3 4' Intramurals 1 2 3 4. Stu- dent Council 4 Varsity Club 4. Yep yep yep. 5 f!!4 McGARRY THOMAS General Mac Mac is a typical smiling Iilshman and one of the small est Sodoreads Anytime you want him you will most likely find him at the Youth Center Toms future is not certain but if his luck holds out he ll suc ceed MINUCCI PETER College Pete Pete Mmucci has served 32 months ln the U S Navy He spent 17 months on Luzon and three mole on a destroyer escort seiving the Asiatic Fleet He has education at Bulkeley and we wish him success MON ROE FLOY D General Bud Bud is our cheerleader and one of our top basketball players. It seems that almost every time we see him hes driving a new automobile. Bud intends to sell cars for a living and he should have much success. MUGOVERO JOSFPH Commercial Dates Dates Mugovero is noted for exactly what his nickname im- plies. He is allergic to school but seems to get along fairly well when he is present. Joe s per- sonality should carry him suc- cessfully through life. 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I ' J . 1 s s v s as rs Y Cl YY u n 7 , , ll Y !Y M A 1 I ll I I MURAWSKI ROBERT College Bob Bob MUF8WSkl lS a serlous mlnded student who IS preparlng for a career ln englneerlng We don t hear too much about hlm but he IS always present Keep up the good work Bob and your ambltlon wlll be reallzed NEVILLE RICHARD College Dlck Here IS Dlck Nevllle of the curly halr and red ears Be care ful never to set your lunch ln front of hlm as he has an out standlng appetlte He IS cheerful and gets good marks From hlS record lt IS easy to tell that Dlck IS golng to prosper N EWFIELD LEE College Lee Lee lS the lad who IS famous for hls wltty remarks but he also racks oif some pretty hlgh grades He IS a strong supporter of actlvltles at Bulkeley espe clally the lntramural program Wlth hls cheerfulness and abll lty Lee wlll go far NUN ES AUGUST Commerclal Gus Gus Nunes has been work lng for qulte some tlme ln the Flrst Natlonal Store He IS noted for hls energy and splrlt ' Gus wants to someday be manager of the store and lf he retalns hls flghtlng splrlt hell get there Page forty ezght VHJ .Ak A V Latln Club 2 Sketch Club 3 Dlama Club 4 No kzddmg Football 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Varslty Club 4 Spanlsh Club 2 When do we eat? Football 3 Intramural Sports 1 That s a wttty remark fwfffff Intramural Sports 3 Student Councll 1 We dont have any 3 ,. U le , I j u 99 W u n - ' - - . . . 3 Q Q 1 . ' S ' ' v ' , H H ' Y , li ' ' !I 9 7' 3 !- ! Cl ' 79 , , , ' CK ' i! ' l v . Ll Yl , - U ' H ' ' 9 . ! l 7 ff 'f 2, 3, 45 Spanlsh Club 2, 3. H YI ' ' ! U I! ' U 7 ' - ' X , - ' , as n - l Tginxxi . , 9 ' ll Y! ' H Y! - ' . I I ll 7 Y D! ' . ' ' 4 n Q .4 , . . . . . , , . ' 0.4 , I KCTIVITIFS Spamsh Club 4 'Vex ez fem Football 1 2 'S 4 Intl zmural Spoltsl 2 'E 4 Valslty Club4 ,M SDM, Football 'Z 4 Valslty Club Int11mu1al Spoxts 4 H1 Y 4 ,aff fidp 147' fff253 otballl 2 '3 4 X ll ltw Irtl mumlsl .2 4 H1 French Club Z S Lllss T1 ulcx 4 Huh L M- IXLMER THOMAS College T Palmer IS one of Mr Olcutt s proteges Hls popularlty IS shown by the fact that he was elected president of thls yeal s Spanish Club Hls ambltlon ls to be a fileman but we wlsh hlm success ln any occupation he may select IAI I ADOPOULAQ ANGFLO College ap For four yeals teachels t Bulkeley have had quite a Job txymg to spell or pronounce Pap s name He w1ll be remem bexed at Bulkeley not only fol hxs long name but also fox h1s football ablllty We wlsh you success ln anythmg you may do Pap PEABODY RK HARD General Peab Peab began his llfe ln Bulk eley wxth the Class of 1946 and aftel dlopplng out of sight fo1 two years he Jomed us ln oul Jumor year He was the hero of the Bulkeley Norwlch football game thls year Keep on youl toes Peab and you ll succeed PECR NTORNIAN C ommerclal Norm Norm dxstxnguxshed hlm self on the football field this year and he also made qulte a reputa tlon at W M I we hear HIS futule lies ln business and we I9 lookmg forward to seelng Noxm s picture ln the Wall Stl eet Journal Page roi ty nzne - 1 f A l ,f s W NT99 l u u - . 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' ' . 4 ' , Q l . l ll v Y 17 ' ' 41214 ' , x, .fa I 51' 1 N , X '- ,, PESCATFLLO JOHN College Johnny Johnny IS noted fO1 hlS abll ltV as a muslclan He IS a mem bel of the band and f0l two veals he has plaved wlth the Serenaders He was also a member of the All State Band Johnnv omg to make mllslc hls career and we wlsh hlm success PETERSFN RAYMOND College Pete Ray Ray IS oul genlus ln algebla He IS a membex of the tlack team and he IS also an actlve partlcl pant ln the Fl ench Club and the Natlonal Honor Soclety Pete s excellent recold and cheerful dls posltlon forecast a happy and successful llfe PETERSON DAVID College Dave Pete Dave IS ln almost evely club anyone can name Except when Pete ' IS III one of hls thoughtful moods he IS usually chattellng and he uses qulte a few blg wolds Wlth hlS pleaslng per sonallty he IS bound to succeed PICKETT ROBERT Commerclal Bob Bob IS noted for hls sklll UD as a drlver He has taken many Bulkeley boys to and from out of town games He has also been actlve ln the band and ln Whaler work Keep smlllng Plck and stlck to the open road Page fzfty .1X'Q'My QV WSI ACTIVITIES Sketch Club 3 Spanlsh Club 2, 3 Plom Commlttee 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Serenaders 3 4 All State Band 4 Intramulals 1 2 What do you say? T13Ck 2 3 4 CIOSS Country 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor clety 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Latln Club 1 2 Whaler Blog laphy Edltor 4 Come on lets go auf 74'-14114, f:,..4fA4-4 fqii. !lLJ1"'C"4' V L L Latln Club 1 Sketch Club 3 Plojectlon Club 3 4 Drama Club 4 Photography Club Presldent 4 Whaler Room Captaln 2 Junlol Asslstant 3 Llteraly Edltox 4 L buf you sec XXA I f-4.1 ff Jfeil UAA f-'U Jfj X Tlack 2 Cross Country 1 2 Intlamurals 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Whaler Room Captaln 1 2 3 Jun1orAsslstant 3 Cllculatlon Manager 4 Watch o t 01 you lll be pzck mg fend out of u :C 4 1 Cl Y, u 11 - . ' ' . . . A . - ', , - - 1 1 1 .. . ' 1 1 1 1 ' . 1 ' 1 - sc 11 ' ' D IS 2 . ' ' Yl u 1 . ' 1 1 . , 1 , . . . . Y l Y I as 11 as 11 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 So' u 11 ' . ' ' . ' . . . - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 o , , - 1 ' as 1 11 . . 11 1 1 11 , . ' 0 Q! , 1 ' . . 1 1 sc 99 u 11 ' , Q 1 aa 11 - - , . ' . 7 Y . 1 as 1 . . li . l. 51 , Y Y A 1 ' .11 1 ."" V 1 , 1' 1' 'L' ,l, 1 1 Y 1,3 . ' . . . - 5. .. . Al 1 1 ,Y - , ' , K- 1 , 1 M. -1 ' 1 ---AAS " 1 4- I 1 r f,f f jul 3 u J C ffl ,f 1 5,-af El J .1 .......T.. 1 . . . 1 1 1 - at 11 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y 7 Y xc 11 ' ' ' - , - - l ' 1 1 1 , ' . i . . , , , ' - u ' 11 1 u 1 , 1 - . X . . 0 . X 0.1! jj 'L ACTIVI FII-Q Baseball 'S 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball2 'S 4 Track2 Intra murals 1 2 'S 4 Varsrty Club 4 Hr Y2 'S 4 Class Presrdent 4 Ram ml you Track 3 Spanrsh Club 2 3 4 Clee Club 2 Whaler Assrstant S Busrness Manager 4 Jiffiffffw' if slrfj few C ross Country 1 Intramur rls 1 Hello Hogan 731 fb W ff' VV! Football? 4 Intramuralsl 2 'l Qpanrsh Club Z '3 Whaler Room Capt un 1 Z My graceous uhat actron f0"7 po' IUGSLEY GEORGE College Pug George rs a top notch ath lete He rs a hard worker at any thmg whrch rnter ests hrm and he always manages to be cheerful He would lrke to be a coach and rf your ambrtron rs realrzed George your teams wrll al ways be wrnners I UMER XNITL ROBERT College Punch Punch rs one of our hrstory sharks Hrs escapades rn Room 22 are well known Punchs husrness abrlrty as shown by hrs work on the Whaler wrll get hrm far rn future lrfe Best of luck Punch RF XGAW JOHN CllCk6t rs a fight fan and he also clarms to be a Dodger fan He works rn the Crocker House but hrs ambrtron rs to manage the Brooklyn Dodgers It s a hard Job to get John but keep on tryrng and we wrsh you lots of luck RIC F W KI TFR l ollege R alt Bud rs noted for hrs super '39 Burck whrch he calls Jo sephrne He comes from Iwrantrc and out there he rs known for hrs sarlrng abrlrty Walt wants to be a mlllronarre but wrll settle for an englneerrng career and we wrsh hrm luck nr wt ,J Page fzfty one , i' i'1"' 5. jr , ,. , w , , , V 4 Ll J! u , 97 ' - - ' r l v 9 v S ' , - ,. , g ' I g - - . . . ' . - , . , 3 . , ' . . . ' . 1 . y. . . y u , rr ' , 1 I ' u ' H ' 'h . , , D . ' : A , ' Y I ' Y Y I 3 - K ' f 3 u n N ' . u u - - 1 . H I YY --T. S." - ' ' ' , ' VM '. . ' ' ! 64 !! . , v 1 n nf 1 Ai A ' ' .. f ,. ' c . , 2, 3, 4: Bookkeeping P1129 1- General "Cricket" u .' lv - Y s 1 ' 1 w KI H 4 1 ' - 1 ' . gl If . . . . ' 4 . , 1 1 l 1 1 . 1 ' H !7 ,, - 1 ' . , I, -' -fl . ,fix- ff!! 0 , , 1, : 4 1 . '11l -'1y'1 1 M, N . ' 4 l ' ' L A U , - u , - I ' yu ' ' 1 , ' ' 1 . . . . H U Y ' 9 . 1 il n . -N ' 4 1 ff" X-VJ MA V! .1-fy! ajft, RYAN WILLIAM General Bl Blll Ryan IS one of ou1 fac ulty tormenters He has led a happy go lucky lxfe at Bulkeley but he has an unusual ambltxon He wants to have an axrpont ln Canada and lf wlshlng lS hav mg he may someday reahze his ambltlon SARGENT VICTOR General Muz Muzzy entered Bulkeley m 1942 wlth the Class of 1946, but after quarterbackmg the 1944 state champlonshlp football team he entered the servlce Now after a year s absence, he has come back to get hls dlploma and we wlsh hlm luck ln hls future life ST GERMAIN LEON College Samt Samt' came to Bulkelev t meet Mr Peck but once he got here he found quite a few other thmgs to do He IS the Presldent of the Student Councll and IS also the tallest member of the grad uatmg class We wish hlm the best of luck m his future llfe SCI-IOFIELD WILLIAM 1 After spendlng three years m the U b Navy Blll has come to Bulkeley to complete hls hxgh s hool educatlon Bills ambl tlon IS to be a pharmaclst and hls experlence as a pharmaclst mate m the Navy should hel hlm m hls chosen professlon Page jzfty two ACTIV ITIES Football 3 Spanlsh Club 2 In tlamural Sports 2 3 4 Book keepmg Prlze 1 Sadie Class Vlce Plesldent 1 2 Stu dent Council 1 2 Spanlsh Club 3 Football 1 2 Cap ln Ele t3 Y1 2 3 ntlam r S1 What a lzfe WX Football 1 2 3 sketball 3 4 Intlamurals 1 2 4 Latln Club 1 2 French Club 2 3 4 Student ouncxl3 4 H1 Y2 Jumor Prom ommlttee Whaler Cuculatlon Managel 4 Semoas fhsf Stay 111 lme aww H hats up? ! I' 0 1 H M- - W' f v 0 I' . F3 ll 'IIYS u ' M ' . - . , S 3 ' - - l' l . . 1 1 I ' , , . U . . . l - ' H , l ' u - lv 2 . ' - Y L l 1 I . ln Z , u so I 1 l . 1 u n - , , gll 7 ' T I , X, l ' ,xi J X 9 . I 4, , , . . xp X I u ' u 5 K KN . , , . l Y jf, I .Q - , , , : Q , 9 65 ' Y! ' ! 5 7 3 C, 9 , - , , :' N . , , 0 . ' - l . . s C : , . , . ' l if . ' . . f I , .Jig I . ' l ' u - ' . 1 . - as I V 9 cnB'lln 3 ' ll ' ll . . , - c - n - 9 n '- 164. . . . , ' ' 'M u 7 r un ' p Jl 'iff-H fpn ' , t "., ACTIVITII' S Latln Club 2 Student Councll Z Spamsh Club J 4 Dzcl the Yankees um ye-ste: day' Tlack S 4 CIOSS Countly Latln Club 2 Flench Club Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 .1 V! cfllll t see RL! 'JQMQ Tlackl 2 '3 Co Captam4 CIOs Countly 1 2 3 Valslty Club 4 2 'S Masque and Gavel 4 JLlIll0l Plonl Commlttee 5 Thnlgs me tough all 0101 01071 the buds are lllllltlllg fl0ss Countly S 4 TlaLlt2 3 4 n llmulal SD0ltS 1 Z S Flench Club 2 '3 P10111 C0llllllllC tee 'l Masque and Gavel S 4 Is that so? ,af cf! Y' SH FR LOCK GERALD I ollege Jerry Jelly has plugged along falthfully durlng hls stay at Bulkeley We have all notlced how well he makes use of that 3CtlVlty perlod We feel that the F BI wlll be acqulrlng lts best accountant when lt gets Jerry SOLOMON SANFORD College Bud Bud IS one of our more muslcally lncllned students He has been one of the malnstays of oul band and glee club Buds 8mbltl0D IS to be a psychlatrlst and lf he doe well ln llfe as he has at Bulkeley he IS bound to succeed TOOKER L OWENI General Took S Took IS one of the Capt8lnS ot oul track team He wlll always be lemembered for the tlme he tllpped ovel a dog ln the lelay at Norwlch S tends to be a buslnessman and we wlsh hlm the best of luck TEU FEL J ERRY General Toof Toof IS one of our sol. alltes and IS well known at the T8lT Whelever he may be he always has a Joke or a humorous tale to tell Hes been ln plenty of SCIADOS but has always come out on top We hope vou always have the same luck Jerry Page fl tg th ee .X - , 4 SVI X' ' J . 1. , , .' s il ' 3, 3 Y . . , ,I -Q Y. U . x - x ' ' - 1 , .l l , , 1 ' It ,ll U l u , , rv Q Q . . . I .4 K , . . U U . vc '- l i l . . . . U ' ' lx n .. U. r I Y 5 . s.. . gg , , ' I ' 'gg sa 11 , , - l ' , , , , f 3- 3, as H ' , 'I . . . . ,' ' .tow -31" to ' ll v y l it'n H , H ' . D ' JY.-' 5 I .' ' Sas U gl . ' I . . . ' y y ' y ' ' U 1 f ' I ' A ' , , : ' ' 3 fl ,Y 55 9! Intramurals 1, 43 Spanish Club . - . . ' . an n - , 1 , , CO' . ' ' ' - . ' KK ff in- H ' . . , . , - 1. 'll . D Y .- n I Y . . ' ' . .4 . ' . .. . ' ' . , ' ' ' 1 ! I ' 9 ! I ffl " ' ' , ' , : , 42 u of - , , . 3 ' - 1 J A : ' , ll ,Y ' ,Q ' , ' u H .1 , VIH , , 1' 4' , 'M k v ' " , I I2 J M - .4 fy s ,' , y J 'I , u H. , , , Q fb f 1 . lf' f'-f .X H! . V V . ., - fl! . U V . l f" . . , , Lf.. I f 1 X Q ,Z If 'A 1 2 1 n-' ' ' 'Z rv' I . i- Y TRAINILR HORACE College lm Jlm IS an honor student al ways commg out near the top of the honor roll Also we unde1 stand that he IS a golf enthuslast Jlm wants to go to WOTCeSt6l Tech and wlth hlS sunny dlSp0SI tlon he wlll sall llght along m 1 e TRAKAS LEONIDAS Lee sta1ted out 1n Bulkeley w1th the Class of 1944 but the wa1 1nter1upted hls educatlon He spent 28 months 1n the A11 F01 ces ln England and Germany Lee came back ln tlme to glad uate wlth thls yea1 s class and we hope he wlll be successful 1n 1 e WALSH WILLIAM General B1 B111 Walsh has been m al was our Presldent last yea1 and he has left h1s malk on the Cl oss country course as well as on the gI'ldl10I'l Blll s compet 1t1ve spult wlll always carry h1m th1ough WHELAN WILLIAM General B1 Blll IS well known 1n all quartels at Bulkeley He IS full of pep and IS always ready w1th a fllendly smlle and Joke f01 any occaslon Whatever Bllls futu1e 1n l1fe may be hls Iush luck and Hghtmg Splllt w1ll ca11y h1m th1ough Page fifty four CCI 511164 ACTIVITIES Spanlsh Club 2 3 Latln Club 1 2 Int1amuralSpo1ts 1 2 3 4 Mathematlcs PFIZS 3 P1 om Com m1ttee 3 I Il take what comes F1eshman Baseball Baseball Cheelleadel 1 2 Happy New Year Football 3 4 CIOSS Country 2 T1ack 2 4 Int1amu1als 2 3 Va1s1ty Club 4 Spamsh Club Class P1 es1dent 3 url Don t Lose It J,v,,,4,44l.,-An' .A, igayv-4--1-Av'-'V-7Q"""'.AJJ Track 2 0 Co Capta1n 4 Cross Countly 3 Co Capta1n 4 Intra mural Sports 2 3 4 Varsxty Club 4 Span1sh Club 2 Secre taly Treasurer 3 Who s got a mcLel7 Qau1..,Q,91..9l Q, S mom -4J E41-WNL , . - I fl. - 1 1 ,. u - 11 ' , 1 ' 1 ' , 1 ' 1 1 1 ' '- ' Z I l . l 1 1 1 l . . 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Sweflffl encf Raef? wfifw WHITE HAROLD College Whltey Whlt6yS llSt of scholastlc DIIZCS speaks very well for hlm He has also found tlme to get lnto at least hls share of actlv ltleS Harold wants to be a teacher of languages and lf hls ambltlon IS leallzed he wlll be one of the best WILLING HARRY College Harry Hally IS one of our red blooded Dodger fans If you want to know DIXIE Walkel s battlng avelage here IS the lad to see He IS also noted as a fisherman and we 19 sule he Wlll make the glade WINTERS LEROY General Lee Lee IS one of the quleter nlembels of the class and IS a followel of the Boston Blaves He IS a hald wolker and should succeed ln any field of llfe he chooses We wlll always be wlsh lng you the best of luck Lee YOUNG AVERY College Avery Avely IS noted above all else f0l hls explolts ln hls Cape Cod S3llb08t 'KWBTYIOI Avery IS a hlgh Jumper on the track team and he plays lntramul als What ever may be hls future he should have happy Salllhg all the way Page fzfty fue I 5 1 Q . 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Y ' .1 . v 9 ' Y 7 7 . 1 ' 7 1 1 1 ' 1 s 9 LGWER CLASSES AUTQGRAPHS A 4 'fy ls 7' EASTERN CONNECTICUT CONFERENCE CHA.lll'l0.X'S Football-Buskefbrlll-Cross-Conntry CO CAPTAIN S PUGSLEY CARVER BELCHER EASTERN CONNECTICUT CONFERENCE Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley CHAMPIONS T946 T H E S E A S O N Stomngton Hlllhouse Hartford New Brltaln Ansonla Tech 1 Norw1ch THE WHALERvAuwhvv wmmqnI947 Page seventy tu o - ' .....,..................,...,........... 26 ' Bulkeley ...............................,........ 19 Fitch ,.,........... The 1946 football schedule was perhaps the toughest in Bulkeley's gridiron history. Co-Captains Pugsley, Carver, and Belcher led the team to a successful season despite numerous difficulties. In their first encounter, the Tigers outclassed the Ston- ington Bears, 26-0. Bulkeley seemed to gain at will as Bill Burke and Jim Carver scored in the opening period. Not until the third period did the wearers of Orange and Black begin to roll again. This time Carver threw a 25-yard pass to Norm Peck on the Stonington 28-yard line. Carver, on the next play, went off tackle for Bulkeley's third touch- down. Perfect blocking characterized this play. Later in the same period Carver tossed a 30-yard aerial to George Olsen for a touchdown. Bill Walsh kicked the extra point. A pass from Daniels to Peck accounted for the other point after touchdown. On the defense. George Pugsley and Nate Belcher held the Stonington offense in check with their superb line-back- ing. The punting of end Tom Daniels left nothing to be de- sired as he pulled Bulkeley out of trouble in the second period. Playing championship ball while trying to avenge last year's beating by Hillhouse, the Tigers whipped the Elm City boys 19-6. Bulkeley's single-wing proved to be too powerful and deceptive for our out-played foes. From the opening kickoff it was evident that Bulkeley was likely to have the upper hand. The Bengals started the contest with a 50-yard march that faltered on Hillhouse's COW" Bm 0'B"f"'l 10-yard line. Shortly after, the Tigers again threatened but the usually dependable Tom Daniels dropped two touchdown passes. Hillhouse got the ball but was forced to punt. John Manavas, last year's student manager and this year's reliable guard, blocked the punt and re- covered on the 20-yard line. Jim Carver then shot Nate Belcher a pass which carried 15 yards. On the next play quarterback Nate Belcher bucked over the pigskin for the only score of the first half. Carver carried the ball over the line in a reverse for the point after touchdown. Following the kickoff for the second half, Hillhouse came roaring back to march 60 yards to score. Viv Topilitsky scored from the one-yard line and Bob Conte missed the extra point. DANIELS PECK The Bengals were not to be outdone so they started a 63-yard touchdown drive climaxed by a 3-yard plunge by Nate Belcher. Carver's passing was a main feature in this attack. Joe Mugov- ero failed to make the extra point on a reverse. Continuing the torrid pace, the Tigers fought back to a second TD as Carver did most of the ball carrying. He made the score 19-6 on a one- yard plunge to conclude the day's scoring. In their first home game of the season the Tigers scored a touchdown in the first three minutes of the opening period to defeat a fast breaking Hartford Public outfit. From then on, it was a defensive game all the way as neither team was able to come close to pay dirt. It took exactly six plays for the Bengals to provide the home- team supporters with something to cheer about. Carver tossed two 20-yard passes to set the Tigers in scoring position. Full- back Si Shumway, on a spin play, carried the ball to the one- yard line. Jim Carver then bucked the ball over for what proved to be the winning marker. Guard Bill Walsh kicked the point after touchdown. End Tom Daniels was used very effectively as a decoy in this touchdown drive. l For the first time in five years Bulkeley was defeated by a New Britain team. The powerful and rugged line of the Golden Hurricane completely outplayed the lighter Bulkeley forward wall. The score, 14-0, does not completely tell the story as Asif- Coach P- Hf'leffi""S Bulkeley was in the game all the way. The game was played on even terms in the first quarter as neither team threatened to score. It wasn't until the second quarter that the Golden Huricane really started blowing. Bill Taylor, ace half of New Britain, intercepted a Carver pass on his own 39-yard line. After a sustained drive of sixty yards, quarterback Pavetta plunged over from the one-yard line. Bob Gombatz kicked the extra point. That ended the scoring of the first half. To open the second half, Bulkeley kicked off. New Britain was held partially in the check until Paul Spokowski broke loose, going around right end, to the one-yard line. He then bucked over for the second New Britain marker. Gombatz converted to make the score 14-0. From that point, Bulkeley filled the air with passes as Jim Carver pitched some good ones to put the Tigers in scoring position. Time ran out before a score could materialize. BOSKO WALSH PEABODY MUGOVERO SHUMWAY BURKE NEVILLE STEVENS CARVER If ever there was a ball game that any Bulkeley team ever wanted to win, it was this year's Fitch game. Like last year, Bulkeley entered the game as favorites but no upset occurred this time. The hard fighting Tigers were not too over confident as they out- pointed the Tanagers, 19-0. The contest was close until a few minutes before the half when Bulkeley scored. With Fitch on their own 35-yard line Buzz Soltz faded and threw a pass. Halfback Jim Carver intercepted and ran for six points. The extra point try was useless. The Bengals left at half-time with this advantage. The third quarter was wholly a defensive encounter. Early in the fourth quarter Bulkeley started to march. Drives by Bill Burke and Jim Carver brought the ball to the one-yard line. Converted fullback, George Pugsley, plunged over for the touchdown. The placement was good as Walsh split the uprights. Joe Mugovero, reserve fullback, was the main factor in Bulkeley's final touchdown as he carried its ball with great effectiveness. From the six-yard line Mugovero carried the ball across the goal line on an end sweep. The placement was wide. This ended the scoring for the day. PAPPADOPOULAS Tom Daniels' punting was a decisive factor in the first half when the Tiger offensive was at a standstill. The whole line played great and line-buckers Pugsley and Belcher did a fine job in helping to hold Fitch scoreless. With high hopes for state championship hon- ors, the Tigers traveled, one rainy dismal after- noon, to Ansonia where they received a sound thrashing from a large and speedy outfit. Ansonia kicked off and Bulkeley proceeded to march 85 yards for a touchdown. The climax came when Jim Carver ripped over from the 6-yard line. Walsh convertedg when Ansonia received the ball they, too, began to march. But a goal line stand by our line held back the foe. .,i . After Bill Burke ran 82 yards to the Ansonia f 20-yard line, Bulkeley lost the ball on downs. . . .1 Then the fireworks began. Ansonia's T-forma- tion, maneuvered by Vin Drake, started to click. Drake fired a forty-yard pass to Frank Alu who eluded two tacklers and scored. Several plays v later, Drake duplicated the feat with a beauti- JOHN K. BALENTINE. ful pass to end Oratale who scored. The extra Ff'C"I"U M"""9e" "I Afhlems point attempt was good. With the score 13-7, the whistle blew for halftime. The second half was a rout as we were outscored 18-6. Vin Drake of Ansonia took charge of affairs and directed the strong Ansonia offense to a formidable victory. Bulk- eley's second touchdown came about when Burke ran back a punt 40 yards. He tallied on a play from the 2-yard line. The final score was 31-13. Burke was the best back on the field as he was almost unbeatable. After the humiliating defeat at the hands of Ansonia, Bulkeley jumped back on the road to victory as the hard-fighting Tigers took a close decision, 7-0, from a spirited Chap- man Tech team. It was an almost exact duplication of last year's game as halfback Bill Burke's touchdown run proved to be the margin of victory. In typical Bulkeley-Tech fashion, this hard-fought game ended in a tie at half time. Tech did not come near scoring but Bulkeley was stopped for three plays on Tech's one-yard line by a stuborn defense centered around All-Conference Pat Cannemella. It was not until the fourth quarter that Bulkeley put the game on ice. Sustained drives by Pugsley, Burke, and Carver brought the ball to Tech's 21-yard line. On fourth down, with inches to go for a first down, Burke cut off left tackle and outran the Tech defense for a touchdown. Bill Walsh successfully booted the extra point. After this, Tech's passing attack merely threat- ened but Pugsley stopped their only hope with an interception. The passing of Jim Carver and the running of Bill Burke featured the Tiger offensive Tom Daniels, Nate Belcher. and George Pugsley were mainly responsible for holding Tech scoreless all day. This victory enabled Bulkeley to win the conference. Their conference record is: three wins. no losses. This is the fourth successive year Bulkeley has turned out conference championship teams under the coaching of Bill O'Brien and Pat Haleftiras. The following Saturday the high-flying Tigers traveled to Norwich in the role of under- dogs. The Wildcats expected an easy victory but it happened that our team was not to be outdone. Playing a rugged and heads-up ball game the Bengals outpointed their ancient rivals to the tune of 13-6, before a crowd of 6,000. The first Bulkeley score came when Dick Peabody, reserve center, intercepted a Norwich aerial and raced 20 yards to tie up the game, 6-6. From then on, Bulkeley dominated the game but four successive times touchdown drives were halted within the 20-yard line. Finally, in the fourth quarter, our stalwarts hit pay dirt. Jim Carver, triple-threat half- back, led the attack with his running and passing. With the ball on the 2-yard line, Carver cut off guard for the winning marker. Bill Walsh kicked the extra point. On the defensive George Pugsley and Dick Peabody did a beautiful job of backing up the line. The punting and pass-catching of Tom Daniels was first class. John Bosko played a bang-up game at his tackle position. This was the last game for the following Seniors: Co-Captains Pugsley, Carver, and Belcher, Bosko, Neville, Daniels, Walsh, Peck, Mugovero, Peabody, Pappadopolus, and Cascio. Bulkeley members of the All-Conference team are: George Pugsley, Jim Carver, Bill Burke, and Bill Walsh. Bill Burke and Bob Carver were elected co-captains for the 1947 season. First Row: Mugovero, Mamavas, Bosko, Walsh, Daniels, Belcher, Pugslcy, Carver, Peck, Burke, Shumway, Neville. Second Row: Coach Haleftiras, Peabody, Daniico, Olsen, Pappadopoulas, Stevcnts, Scacciaferro, Driscoll, R. Carver, Cascio. Btrnstein, llcrlihey, Coach O'Brien. Third Row: Corcoran. Wilcox, Kosakow, Trainer, McPhail, Davidson, Sheedy, Hale, Baum, O'Connor, Blais, Xvafle, llotts. l"f.urth Row: Mgr. Haskell, Darow, Stone, Muller, Giordani, Toohcy, Ballestrini, Lee, McPhail, Sullivan, Montzoures, Ifavas, Synodi. I' ifth Row: Sistare, 0'Donnell, Penston, Jordan, Davenport, Kaplan, Lohman, Hill, Bell, Holfner, Driscoll . Macinnis, Bernstein. COACH JOSFPH A SILTA BASEBALL , ,7 1 . - 1 - - Fnyv scrwlfgf- 1 BASEBALL l946 Under the first year coaching of Joe Silva, Bulkeley's baseball team turned in one of the most successful seasons in years. The season record was ten wins, two losses, and one tie. The Bengal's opening contest resembled a "sandlot farce" more than a high school game as Bulkeley defeated their Alumni 23-16. Tom Daniels pitched for the victors. Chet Jennings, Dick Ballestrini, Tom Daniels, and Capt. Al Clark led the Bulkeley attack with home runs. The Tigers then traveled to Groton to hand Fitch a 5-2 beating. For Bulkeley, Gene Stanton pitched four-hit ball. Lead-off man Norm Gottwalt and clean-up hitter Ballestrini led the Bengal attack with two singles apiece. In their third contest, Bulkeley, with the shutout pitching of Tom Daniels, defeated the Windham Whippets, 5-0. Leading the Bulkeley offensive attack were Ballestrini and Daniels, each of whom collected two hits. Jim Carver highlighted the four-run third inning with a tremendous triple. For their fourth straight victory, the Bulkeley Tigers whipped their home-town rivals, Chapman Tech, 5-2. Pitching his first game, John Bosko twirled a five-hitter and struck out six men. Norman Gottwalt led the attack with two hits. It was a loosely played game since both teams made four errors. For their first defeat in five starts, the Bengals lost a heartbreaker to Stonington 6-5. With the score in Bulkeley's favor, 5-4, going into the ninth, a two-run error by the short- stop gave the victory to our foes. Bill Burke and Jim Carver collected two hits apiece. Stunned by the powerful Norwich hurler, Tony West, Bulkeley lost its second successive game 6-2. West pitched masterful ball, giving up only two hits, single by Carver and Bal- lestrini. Norwich's effective playing and the loose defensive play by the Bulkeley infield were the deciding factors of the game. MCNAMARA CLARK CARVER DANIELS In the next encounter Bulkeley scored seven runs, but could not win the ball game. In a twilight contest at Mercer Field the Stonington Bears held the Tigers to a 7-7 tie since Gene Stanton could not go the distance. He was relieved by John Bosko. Jim Carver col- lected three safeties and Co-Captain McNamara and Ballestrini collected two apiece to lead the Bengal attack. Avenging an early season defeat Bulkeley scored two runs in the eighth inning to edge out Norwich 2-1. Bulkeley's ace, Tom Daniels, pitched four-hit ball and Tony West of Nor- wich gave up only three hits to Gottwalt, McNamara, and Carver. It was close all the way until singles by Gottwalt and McNamara won the game. In the Tiger's next encounter they drubbed a hopeless Fitch team 17-2. For Bulkeley, John Bosko pitched a neat six-hitter. Three hits by Gottwalt and Ballestrini, two singles by Chet Jennings, and Ballestrini's homer plus twelve Tanager errors gave Bulkeley the contest. Tom Daniels pitched fair ball to give Bulkeley a 6-4 decision over Windham. Leading the Bengal offensive were Ballestrini, Clark, Pugsley, and Pierfederici, who collected two hits apiece. In a pitcher's duel between Tom Daniels and Hyde Harmon, Bulkeley edged Chapman Tech 2-1. Both Bulkeley runs came in the ninth inning when Pugsley walked and Daniels tripled. With Daniels on third, Norm Gottwalt jumped after a high-outside pitch to successfully squeeze-bunt the winning run home. For Bulkeley, Daniels and Carver collected two hits apiece. For Tech, Lou Bishara slammed three hits for a losing cause. In their twelfth contest, Bulkeley beat Hartford 5-2, behind the four hit pitching of Co-Capt. Al Clark. Second-baseman R01 Pierfederici got three hits and shortstop Jim Carver collected two. For their final game of the season, Bulkeley beat Stonington 2-1 in a five inning twilight affair. Daniels pitched a two-hitter and his rival, Ernie Ozanne, gave up three singles, two BOSKO JENNINGS PUGSLEY STANTONI to Al Clark and one to Carver. The deciding run came off the bat of Al Clark as he drove in Bulkeley's second run of the first inning. This victory enabled Bulkeley to gain second place in the Conference standing behind Norwich. Highlights of the season were: Jim Carver hitting safely in all thirteen gamesg the all-round defensive play of Rol Pierfederici at second baseg and GottWalt's new school record of batting in seven runs in one game which occurred during the second Fitch game when he collected three hits. The Conference All-Star team was well represented by Bulkeley as Al Clark, Tom McNamara, Jim Carver, Tom Daniels, and Dick Ballestrini were selected. Seniors playing their last games were: Co-Captains Clark, McNamara, Gene Stanton, and Rol Pierfederici. Prospects for a good team next year are excellent, as the remaining lettermen are: Capt.-elect Jim Carver, Tom Daniels, John Bosko, Norm Gottwalt, George Pugsley, Dick Ballestrini, Bill Burke, Chet Jennings and Hub Bellefieur. The student manager was George James. PIERFEDERICI BALLESTRINI GOTTWALT BURKE First Row: Coach Silva, Gottwalt, Pierfcderici, Jennings, McNamara, Clark. Carver, Bzillegtrini Daniels, Bosko. Second Row: Mgr. James, Bellefleur, Keeler, Kosakow, Burke, Stevens, R. Carver, Pugsley, Stanton Tliircl Row: Ileveau, Jones, Morse, Dyer, Bloflg'ett, Sitty, Bernstein. Bulkeleyn., , Bulkeley '.,.,.r Bulkeley .,ere S Bulkcley '..,,,. Bulkele5 'eeee,r Bulkeley Y Bulkeleyn., Bulkeleye Bulkeleye .. Bulkeley eeee. , Bulkeley, ,, Bulkeley ',e,e,, Bulkeley. Alumni .... Fitch .,,e.. Windham Tech ......ii Stonington Norwich .. Stonington Norwich Fitch ,cYc., Windham Tech ,e,e,e S Hartford ., Stonington H16 Prlgr riglvfy-flirt AUTOGRAPHS L I M, , 4 f .A 1 . ' I . s J x Ax 1 'V Y . x X ' . gk , , N K A- " X x , I ' B A S K E T B A . L . L First row: Monroe, Carver, McNamara, Clark, Bosko, Daniels Pugslex Second row: Mgr. Meyer, Lena, Belleileur, Stevens, Bu1'ke, Nlgi 'NI.1llon Coach O Blllll Third row: Sawicki, Dyer, St. Germain, Sheedy, Shafner. Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley ....,,,,. ..,,,.... Bulkeley .....,e.. .,.i,.,.. Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Bulkeley Page eiglz fy-six Fitch ......e Billard ,,..ee.e Alumni .,e,,., Norwich ..,,. Stonington . Windham Tech .,.,..e,., Norwich ,,ee, New Britain Fitch ....,,...ii Windham Bassick ..,icc. Stonington , Tech .......,ii. Warren Harding Bassick ,i,,.., STATE TOURNAMENT Naugatuck . Warren Harding Won 14-Lost 4 BASKETBALL 1945 46 The 1940 46 basketball team c rptarned by yeter rn Al Llark Jorned the r inks of Bulkeley s hrstory makrng teams of the p lst by yyrnnmg thrrteen of rts sey enteen contests Thrs hustlrng group may be fay orably compared to any of Bulkeley s great court squads The l'1gers st rrted therr successful se rson by drubbrng F1tCh to the tune of 60 N In the p rcked Bulkeley gym f ms s ryy Jrm C 1ry er net 18po1nts md P111 Nlcf une and Bud Monroe splrt 20 pornts to rnsure the rnrtral yrctory The t ill ind speedy Beng rls yy ere f rr superror to therr pre season r rtrng Wrth surprrsrng ease the Trgers yy hrpped Brllard Academy by the lop srded score of 16 10 Four Bulkeley courtmen ecor ed ten pornte or better Captarn Al Clark netted 21 markers spearheadrng the yrctory In the tradrtronal contest yy 1th the Alumnr the Grads yy ere turned back by the score of 44 So For Bulkeley Qaryer led the scorrng yy 1th 20 pornts Bulkeley then tray eled to Nloryy rch only to be beaten rn a close contest yyrth the undefe rted Wrldcats 30 26 The Trgers should haye yy on the game but they mrssed 48 of therr 61 shots Clark led the Bulkeley scorers yyrth erght pornts yyhrle Captun Mel M rkoyyrckr of Noryyrch yy 1th 12 pornts deerded the game Qmrrtrng from therr yyounds rdmrnlstered by the Wrldcats Pulkeley rour ney ed to Stonrngton to meet the Stonrngton Be xr s yy ho pl ry ed herds up b dl to edge out the Trgers 34 33 Bulkeley plugged along yyrthout the sery rces of three st Lrters John Bosko Al Clxrk rnd Brll McGurre Tom Danrels lud Monroe and Drek Brlle strrrn pooled therr efforts to dryrde cqu rlly 71 porrrts If rst thrnkrng by the tyyo guards Tom Mcxfrmrrr 1nd Ceorge Pugsley kept the game close B rck on the ro ld to yrctory Bulkeley subdued Wmdh rm 41 '39 As foul shootrng md all round accuracy rmproy ed the Beng rls used to a great extent then fast break Caryer topped the scorers yyrth 11 pornts Meetrng, therr home toyyn 11X ds Chapmrn Tech the Trgers decrsryely crushed the Huskres 41 27 Jrm Caryer frgfun led our scorers Consrstent set shootrng bv guard John Boako pr oy ed troublesome to our foe The conference lead then bee tm a de rd heat yy hen the Bengals edged Noryyrch rn 1 capacrty filled Bulkeley gym 19 46 The accurate shootrng of our stell rr for yy ard Jlm F rryer proy ed to be the strong pornt as he scored 19 pornts The Bengals hay mg yy on therr fourth str ught grme INeyy Brrtarn became the next y rctrm Jrm Caryer scored 19 pornts Bud Monroe and Tom Danrels netted 16 and 13 pornts respectry ely rn the lryely grme The final score yy rs 62 40 -7- I 1 K 1 . 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Pulling the game out of the fire in the last four minutes, Bulkeley swept its two-game series with Windham. The final score was 46-41. All-around team play was responsible for the victory. Bulkeley then entertained Bassick by handing the boys in Green a smart- ing defeat. The score was 50-39. Bud Monroe, reserve forward, found the mark eleven times for a total of 23 points. Stretching their winning streak to eight, Bulkeley's courtmen avenged an early season upset by slaughtering Stonington 76-29. Carver, Monroe, and Ballestrini scored 21, 19, and 14 points respectively to lead the scorers. The all-around intelligent playing of McNamara and Bosko set up many a play for the forwards. The Bengals made it nine straight by edging out Tech 46-43. This victory enabled our stalwarts to gain the conference lead over Norwich. Bud Monroe accounted for almost half of Bulkeley's total points and Tech's Bob Miller kept the Huskies in the ball game by scoring 14 points. The squad then made a two-day trek to Bridgeport where they were beaten by Warren Harding 51-33. On the second evening the Tigers made it two-in-a-row over Bassick. Clark led the scoring with 13 points. The final score was 37-26. T TICVIIIIIIIIU A. Clark F. fllonroe T. Daniels f' Pugsley .1-wa - - --'--A--A In the Connecticut State Tournament Bulkeley played a hustling game and edged out Naugatuck by one point. A1Clark's last minute shot saved the game for the Alma Mater. The score was 49-48. The law of percentages caught up with the boys and Bulkeley was elimi- nated from competition by the powerful Warren Harding team in the quar- ter- finals of the tournament. The score was 50-44. Jim Carver and Capt. Al Clark scored 20 and 16 points respectively. Special credit is respectfully given to Coach Bill O'Brien, who brought a young, green team into a finely-polished outfit. Forward Jim Carver and guard John Bosko made the All-Conference team. Dick Ballestrini and Al Clark were given honorable mention. John Bosko, colorful backcourt man, was elected captain of the 1946-47 team. Lettermen who graduated were Capt. Al Clark, Tom McNamara, and Paul Lena. Prospects for a good team next year are excellent since the remaining lettermen are: John Bosko, Jim Carver, George Pugsley, Bud Monroe, Dick Ballestrini, and Tom Daniels. The student managers were John Mallon and Saul Meyer. I Pnllfsfllni J. CVIIVVI ' P. Lmlll s 1 1 - - ,Q--.1 , . 1 II. .. ..,.- 4,1 , A A A, , 11 1 946 TRACK MF 111111 1 l 11111 L11 N111xx 111 11 fl 1 111 1 111 1 311111 ' N S ll 1 X111 1111161111 F1s11e1 11111 tx 111 1121311 1 16 P111111 11 7111 ghLlH1XK 11 11111 11111111.61 11113111111 T Rx 111 111111111 S 111111 1111111111 111 1 U 1111 1 111 11 1 1 1 7 '111111N 711 1 THE WHALERHH-vw'-Ib svv-an-11947 lq 11 F12 1' 1111111111' 111' '1 111111i1'11'y' T13 '1'1'1z111g'111111' B11-111 N1 ' " '1 111,1111111111-5'I11,'1'1-11127 11111111111-5' 12 F1 QU." 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FUR '1'111C 1511113 SEASON 1111111 42 ' '1 Q " zs ,1,11 H13 ,1l11S '11l11'l'Y 2311 1 1111S .1112 ' -' 6 P 1111s P -' 11 1 111 s 1'11g's1115' , 5 P 1111s ' z ,P ' ' s 1 ", ,. ,.,,-1111' 1111s 1J'G1'z1115' 1211 1111s 1'111111's1111 , , 1, 1, 41'11111s " IL 1 1111S Y 111,51 ,, ,, , ,,,1 , L1 ' x Q '1 A' 1 1111313 ' ts 1'112l112l5I2l11 1111 111 111111 11 11 1111 ' ' - f ' s Zz1'z1111 1 , 1 1' 1111 . ja 1,,1 1:11 1111 I TRACK 1946 Although Bulkeley Schools 1946 Track team dld not l1ve up to pre season expectatlons a season full of 1nterest and waluable experlence was had by all concerned More than fifty candldates turned out for the 1n1t1al practlce and many were successfully used 111 competltlon The T1ger mentor Mal Greenaway put the relay team to the ac1d test by enter1ng It ln the Indoor State Meet at Walllngford late IH Aprll The Flymg T1gers COHS1St1Ilg of Co Captalns Thomas and Cullen B1ll Whelan and Q Shumway broke the state record but three other teams bettered thelr mark Bob Cullen won the h1gh iump and shotputter Rlchard Roy placed thlrd 1n hls chosen event In a new exper1ment IH track c1rcles a trlangular meet was scheduled Contestmg teams were Bulkeley Norw1ch and Chapman Tech The Norw1ch Wlldcats were XlCtO1"l0LlS and Bulkeley was runner up Bob Cullen scored ten pomts for the Bulkeley cause Howard Rub1n of Norw1ch was 1nd1x1dual hlgh scorer of the meet w1th fifteen polnts The Bengals next trax eled to Stonlngton whele they were defeated IH a close engagement w1th the Bears Stonlngton s power 1n the dashes was too much for the Tlgers George Terry s first places 1n the 880 and mlle runs kept the contest close The score was 5456 to 44V It was tlme for the annual Conference Meet to take place and Bulkeley was well prepared as the T1gers came very close to upsettlng heavlly favored Norw1ch by the score of Coach 40V to 37 Strategy by Coach Greenaway proved to be Malcolm G Greenaway Bulkeley s ace 1n the hole He SW1tCh6d half mller B1ll Whelan to the 440 yard dash Whelan set the pace and finally fin1shed IH th1rd place Bob Cullen scored an upset 1n the 100 yard dash and also won the hlgh Jump Dlscus thrower Rlchard Roy topped the shotputters The w1nn1ng factor for Norw1ch was the all round performance of Howard Rub1n Other entr1es were Tech 25l,f1 polnts Stonlngton 20 pomts and F1tCh 9 pomts For thexr first vlctory of the season Bulkeley played host to F1tch s brand new team In agreement by the coaches no senlors were used ln the affalr Hlgh scorer was Bulkeley s dlstance man George Terry who captured both the 880 and mlle run 1n good tlmeS Although the score was 54lf1 to 4016 an 880 yard relay was run and Bulkeley s fast movmg sprlnters prox ed to be too much competltlon for the Tanagers THE WHALERHNQNAIQ Hman-'hv'I947 Page mnety tuo ,u . . , . 'L A my L V . . . ' ! ! ll ' 77 ' ' ' . . . U '. . ,, . . 9 ' ! - . , U! , . . . . . . . . , , . . ?. . . . k ' 1 . . . . Y. . . . . . , . . , . . . ' - -1. v 2 . f . ! Cl ' !9 ' ' ' Y s - n , - . . . n o , :- ! ! 7 7 ' . . . , . . . . , . Y . . . . , , . 5 f- I Y . I . I - V Chapman Tech, paced by its captain, John Gentilella, had a good day to beat the Bengals in their next meet. The score, 42-57, shows that Bulkeley was upset in most of its best events. Individual winners for Bulkeley were Bob Cullen, Richard Roy, Owen Thomas, and Bill Whelan. In the Outdoor State Meet in May, Bulkeley sent seven chosen athletes to New Haven. Only Bob Cullen and George Terry placed. Cullen set a new state high jump record by clearing 6 feet IM, inches. The old record existed for ten years. Terry placed fourth in the mile under the time of 4:40. Co-Capt. Bob Cullen was Bulkeley's lone entry in the New England Meet but he was injured and was unable to compete. Bulkeley placed three men on the All-Conference Track team, they were Bob Cullen, Richard Roy, and Joseph Fisher. Two competent sprinters, Bill Whelan and Owen Tooker, were elected co-captains for the 1947 season. The lettermen were: Cullen, Thomas, Roy, Fisher, Whelan, Terry, Tooker, and Shumway. The student manager was Robert Gorman, who was assisted by Danny O'Mara. First Row: Mgr. Gorman, Terry, Shumway, Thomas, Cullen, Tooker, YVhelan, Roy, Fisher, Lcandri. Second Row: Zarate, Holt, Damico, Young, Flanagan, Petersen, Shafner, Sheedy, Coach Greenaway. Third Row: Farrar, O'Grady, Muller, Rogoff, Barrett, Rothenberg, Corcoran, Newman. EASTERN CONNECTICUT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS CROSS COUNTRY SEASON I ulkelcx Pulkclex Pulkelcx Bulkelex Bulkelex Bulkelex Bulkelex lst P 4th K st Cllcllfl J X Wolxxlch L Conn Bl lnch btOIT1l1gtOlT Blllald ast Conn COIITGILITCQ onn State Matt CROSS COUNTRY T946 The 1946 CIOSS coulltlx team captalned bx Bob Flanagan and Blll Whelan was the best IH Bulkelev hlstorx Undel the able Cl11'6Ct10Yl of Coach Mal Gleenawax a aeason of flxe undefeated dual meets Eaatern CODI'1QCt1CUt COlTf91G1'1C6 Champlonshlp and State and New England honors xx ere accom pllshed The Tlgel halrlels opened thell succesaful seaaon xxlth a lopslded wln oxel the Coaat Guald J V Q Geolge Tellx bloke the tape fllat Othel Bulkelex scorera wele John Kellx Flan TQIIY Co Capt Flanagan and Bob Chandlel In then firat confelence meet Bulkelex ox elwhelmed N F A 21 '34 bx placlllg foul men 111 the flrat flx e D1mIllUt1X9 John Kellx led the pack home He was follow ed bx Mutt F3210 of Nolwlch and Captalna Whelan and Flan agan who tled f0l thlrd place Othel SCOIQIS wele Flan TGIIX and Don Nuree George TQIIX was unable to fll11'Rh because of 1 stomach allment F01 then thlld etralght xlctolx the Bengals plax ed hoat to the team fl om the FOlt Tlumbull branch of the Unlx G1S1tX of C OIIHBCTICUT The Qcore 11 '38 does not show how cloie the outcome leallx was as ex erx poeltlon was hlghlx conteeted The SCOTQIS wele Geolge VIQIIX John Kellx Flan Terrx and Bob Flanagan and Blll Whelan itledl The Tlgere next tlax eled to StOlT1ITgt0ll xx here they made lt foul ln a low 3 J ,g,cw. ,S S, , Y.,c,c, T c,,,, H17 Coax 1 ' ' . l l Q ,cYc.c cccw , l,c., ,c,c,cc,cc,c, , S 21 . ' .c,.c , S 1 X' ,,,,,, .,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,, l T Y- V . 'E ' . ,H j cccc.cYg.,c,.. ,. S cc,r,c S15 ' ' ,, j .u,uccc,c,c,cc, ,,ccc.ccccl...,..,c., 1 5 ' - ' Yc,.Yc, cc,c Ycc. , E , v V 'L 1. w ' ' ' -3 1 K ,.u,cYcc.,c,,c, cc,c.,c,Ycc,..,.ccc. . l . . . ' ,.., ,,,,, ,c,c, ,....,c .Y.,.,c,, - ' . ' re Bulkeley ..cl ,u,... S . c ,c,c,c,cc,c c11th-New' England Meet 4 1 - - v 1 1 ' v . I y- kk U 7 1 ! Q y v . - v J . 1 . ' U, . . ., . . p L. ,. . . . K v . , . . . 7 . .. Q . . . Y ' Y 4 .Yr 1 ...vs ' ' ' 1 J Qc " . ' , j ' ' ' ll. . . -. , j v K1 v Ly ' Q v' ,I 'f 4 ' K - - . 7-4 v ' . ' ' - L. . .S V fx .. --v . 1 .4 .I K I l V. l'v, 4 lv 4 tv K q 1 1 1 1 . v mtv. iv rl ' ' I , " w 1 f v - . v f. - 1 N - v ' ' -. , . . L t . , . t A v Lv r KV A D K lkw v 4 a T as-'Y tv, 4 sv! ' THE WHALER-v-Mun -wwf..-1947 Page lzznety-four by trouncing the Bears in a perfect meet, 15-40. George Terry and Francis Terry came in first and second, while seven Bulkeley boys were tied for third place. They were Whelan, Flanagan, Nurse, Korean, Finch, Chandler, and H. Petersen. This victory was perhaps the most one-sided in conference history. For the first time in Bulkeley history, a Tiger harrier won first place in the State Championship Meet. George Terry, one of the foremost school-boy runners in Connecticut, led all the way to capture the individual crown. The team placed fourth in a field of fifteen top-flight Connecticut teams. The other scorers were: Co-Capt. Flanagan, 20thg Co-Capt. Whelan, 21stg F. Terry, 23rdg and D. Nurse, 38th. Two days later George Terry led Bulkeley to the Conference Champion- ship by breaking the Bulkeley course record by three seconds. The time was 12:05. Scorers were G. Terry, lstg F. Terry, 3rd, Flanagan, Whelan, and Finch, 5th, The team scores were: Bulkeley, 223 Norwich, 33, Stoning- ton, 83g and Billard, 93. The Tigers next entered the New England meet where they were given 11th place in a field of the best twenty-one teams in New England. Bulkeley's ace, George Terry, led all the way but was beaten at the end by two other harriers. All three broke the course record. In the final meet of the season, Bulkeley won by forfeit as Billard Academy did not field a team. A very promising season is expected next year, since the only graduating lettermen are Co-Captains Whelan and Flanagan. Bulkeley was well represented on the All-Conference team as George Terry, Francis Terry, Bob Flanagan, Bill Whelan, and James Finch were selected. George Terry and James Finch were elected co-captains of the 1947 team. The student managers were Bruce Lane, Dan O'Mara, and John Murphy. The 1945-1946 Freshman Basketball team turned in a good season keeping pace with our varsity squad. The record was nine wins against three setbacks. George Olsen, our captain and star center, led the victorious team with Len Bergerson and Bob Eustis at forwards, and Bob McPhail and Tom Baum at the guard positions. We won our first two home games against Stonington by a 54-11 score and Windham to the tune of 34-29. The two-game series with Tech's Freshmen was a split. They won the first game 24-18 and we took the second 30-28 in a closely played contest. The Frosh swept a two-game series with the Y. M. C. A. Junior Leaders. The scores were 45-36 and 37-25. From here we traveled to Fitch, where we overwhelmed their Freshmen by a 39-13 score. Later in the season on our home court we duplicated the feat to the tune of 44-20. Norwich proved to be our most troublesome foe as we lost a close one on their court 33-26. But at home we managed to squeeze by to a 26-25 victory. Completing the schedule we lost to a fighting Windham team 43-28, and bowled over Stonington by a 45-15 runaway. Freshmen Stonington Freshmen Windham . Freshmen Tech ......... Freshmen Y Juniors Freshmen Fitch ......... Freshmen Norwich Freshmen Windham . Freshmen ..,.... ......... Fitch ....... Freshmen Y Juniors . Freshmen Stonington Freshmen Tech .,.,..... Freshmen Norwich .. FRESHMAN BASEBALL l946 Playing under the first year coaching of a former Bulkeley athlete, Leo Facchini, the Freshman baseball team compiled a record of four wins and one loss. Playing Stonington on a home and home basis, we defeated them twice. The scores were 6-2 and 6-0. Harbor School and the Axis then fell to the Tigers. The scores were 8-4 and 13-1 respectively. The Tech Freshmen marred our undefeated record by taking a 7-6 decision. Eustis was our first line pitcher. He collected three wins against one defeat. Ken Spargo added the other victory. George Olsen lead the offensive attack with a batting average of .473. He scoi ed seven runs and Phil Hale accounted for six Francis Terry Bob McPha1l and Ken Spargo fielded flawlessly through the season INTRAMURALS l946 The intramural program of basketball and yolley ball yy as yeiy evtensiye this season About one fourth of the student body partlcipated actiy ely Senior Room 11 tuined in an undefeated season to Vllll the basketball trophy In the Sophomore 25 the height ady antage of the Seniors yyas too much for the sharpshooting Sophs Bill McGuire Rol Pierfederlci and John O Grady proy ed to be the WlT1l11l1g com b1nat1on In the yolley ball toulnament SGHIOI Room 11 demonsti ated its yei sat1l1ty by beating Senior Room lo in the final round Bill McGu11e used hlS height to such ady antage it yyas a runayyay seues This yyas the second yeai of S9l1lO1 Room 11's suplemacy Mal Greenayy ay ably dnected all these 1nt1amu1al sports as he has done fo1 sey eial y eais Page vzzncty sclcn 1 V . . . f L . , K1 1 ' I 0 L. 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X- Q X-. - 1 j Y-j Y-je ' ' - f Z- 'I A C I E S THE BULKELEY SERENADERS As predlcted last year thls group of boys under the dlI'9Ctl0ll of Clmt 'lhayer d1d a fine Job for the mmstrel shove and appealed once agam at the senlor assembly An actlye group regarded hlghly by the student body the Bulkeley Ser enaders have proven themselves a popular part of Bulkeley s muslcal depart ment THE BULKELEY GLEE CLUB The Bulkeley Glee Club ended a fine season last year by smgmg at the New England Festlval held ln Gloucester Massachusetts ThlS fall Wlth the aid of an excellent group of freshman slngers the All Connectlcut Chorus held 1n October at the teachers conventlon In the sprmg selected members of the Glee Club partlclpated ln the All New England Chorus at the festly al IH Brattleboro Vermont Page one hundred . K V , . v , . . . , , . . . Y . V V - 7 4, Y 9 ' - , . . , . . . , Glee Club completed a very successful season. Four boys took part in the . . , T . v ' , l ii ' f a y I THE BULKELEY BAND This year the Bulkeley Band is nineteen years old. The most important event in several years was the presentation to the band last fall of a com- plete set of new uniforms. This gift was made possible by the untiring efforts of Joseph Silva, President of the Alumni Association, who spent a great deal of time last summer compiling a list of the alumni and their addresses. The work was then carried on by Pat Haleftiras, who succeeded Mr. Silva as president. The money was raised by gifts of the alumni and friends, a marionette show last August, an informal dance last fall, and a contribution by the Bulkeley Trustees from the Palmer Fund. The band took part in all the regular festivals during the spring. This year's band was one of the finest and most active in the band's history. THE SPANISH CLUB The Bulkelu Spanish Club is now 111 its th11d 5ea1 It was founded fo1 the IJLLIDOSQ ot bllllglllg, the boss of the Spanish classes togethe1 so that they might know one 1nothe1 bette1 a11d might furthe1 then 1nte1est in Spanish and its backglound The officers of this club are Thomas Palmer Plesident Robelt Jones Vice President Philip Hale Secretary Tleasurer and Robert Wilcox Pub l1c1ty Chairman Under the able superxision of Mr Shay the club s adxisor the Sp3.11lSh Club sponsored a dance which was xery successful Man5 ex ents for the remainder of the year VL616 planned well A final meeting of the club is planned for late sp11ng when all members will particl pate 1n a festixity before dismissing foi the year 'lhe assembly committee prepared 1 x 813 nne assembly for the 61111116 student body THE BULKELEY FRENCH CLUB The Bulkeley French Club unde1 the guldance of Malcolm G Greenaw ay IB one of the most active and colorful of our school s organizations It 19 the prime intention of all F1ench Club act1x1t1es to institute in the students minds a thorough meaning of France ILS culture and mores A Well planned program prox 1ded a dance movies and French assemblies for the engoy ment of all Highllghts of the season were the New York opera tr1p the fixe day so iourn in Montreal and the annual meetlng and picnic in May which terml nated the club s busy schedule of ex ents Mr Greenaw ay and his xarlous commlttees haxe worked assiduously to make this yeai s club x erx successful THE DRAMA CLUB There was inducted under Headmaster Archibald s extra curr1cula1 pro gram a new club called the Bulkeley Drama Club Its chief objectlxe is to study the line points of the written and spoken play that is characteriza tion plot local color and dramatlc force for a play cannot really be per formed well without those necessary bits of knowledge Through constant recitation we hope to owercome most of the dreaded stage fright common to amateurs For its first year the Bulkeley Drama Club lntends to present mainly comedles because such plays are by far the easiest for beginners to per form Under the excellent guidance of Mr Cantg, the Drama Club hopes to do well The officers of the club are Horace Kosakow, President, Sholom Shafner, Vice President, Robert Herlihy, T1 easure1 , and Secretarg, Robert Elkins THE WHALER-v-nufvw , v . 'K1 V' 'K1 1 ' ' K1 ' . 1 . 1- 1- L1 1 1 A1 T 1' . r 1 1 1 .81 1 L1 L1 1 A1 I y 1 2 -1 Q ' 1 I 1 ' 1 K1 ' g .1 Y Y , YY Y Y . , . . . Y. Y - Y. . , Y. , Y . , . . , 1 ' 1 K1 ' .' , ' 'L L1' r 1 y 1 Y T 1 1 ' 2 v 1 1 ' I K L1 l 1 A1 . El Circulo Espanol is undoubtedly one of Bulkeley's finest organizations. Y ' 1 1 . ' 7 1 . . Y , . . , . . . . 1 , . Y Y 9 K l ' L' my L Y Y . Y 7 ' ' . 9 I K ' , 1 1 1 1 v 1 ' I ' , - . T - Y . L Y . Y Y . Y . - v r A s Y 3 ' . . Y Y if ' 77 . Y Y Y . . Y Y Y. . - ., . Y . . , Page one hzmdrezl hm SPANISH C LUB FRENL H CLUB DRAMA CLUP Page one Izznzdzul three Q' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Natlonal Honor SOCl6tS IS an olganlzatlon stresslng SChOl81 shlp Ch31dCt6I selx ICC and leadershlp among hlgh school students M6mb6FSh113 ln lt IS an honol accorded ln I'8COgl1lt1Ol'l of the DOSSQSSIOH of these qualtles IH a hlgh degree At Bulkeley vwhele the passlng grade IS SlXty all ax erage grade of elghty flxe IS requlred ln order that a student may be consldered as a candldate Electlon to membershlp vslll follovs only lf a majorlty of the faculty agree that the candldate possesses the other requlslte qualltles Our chapter belng relatlvely new ln the school llfe has as a group not been too actlxe It IS the lntentlon to promote ln the future varlous actlxl tles deslgned to lncrease lnterest ln and respect for hlgh scholastlc per formance IH the school MASQUE AND GAVEL The Rlchard Mansfield chapter of the Masque and Gasel SOCl9tX was formed to provlde secondary school students wlth a motlxe for contlllulng progress IH the use of oral language The requlrements for entrance to the soclety are hlgh A boy must possess a good scholastlc record and must be recommended by hls Engllsh lnstructor then voted lnto the soclety Thls year s members have been partlcularly actlve They haue partlcl pated ID numerous occaslonal assemblles lnter school forums a three act play and they have also competed ln the New England Drama Festlx al The Off1CG1S of Masque and Gavel are Donald Bemenutl Plesldent Harold Shumway VICE Presldent Arnold Muller Secretary Fred Gel stenberg Treasurer Edward Coppola HlSt0Fl3ll Cllnton Thayer Chap laln Jerry Teufel Sergeant at Arms THE STUDENT COUNC!L The Student Councll IS the gowernlng body of Bulkeley s student goxern ment movement The purpose of the assoclatlon IS to promote a Splrlt of harmony and co operatlon wlthln the school to develop qualltles of good cltlzenshlp ln Bulkeley School students and to adx ance the general welfare and happlness of the student body This year the councll has been lncreased by the lncluslon of class presl dents Delegates at large have also been elected by the Junlor and Senlor classes IH order to glve representatlon to all Under the capable leadershlp of 1tS Presldent Leon St Germaln Vlce Presldent Joseph Mugovero and Secretary Chester Jennlngs, the councll has contlnued the supervlslon of the lunch room under a monltor system At a recent meetlng of the Eastern Connectlcut Conference of Student COUHCIIS our councll agreed to contlnue the publlcatlon of the Connectlcut Student Councll Newspaper The purpose of the paper IS to ald other schools ln all parts of the state THE wHALER9'iY5i 41 1, kv -u v' 4 l . K kv K l K . . I Y Y 1 Q L A s 1 K v . , . , . V- V .K . . . . . . y. Y . . . u , .1 n . 1 . 1 ' , , u , n Q . n Y . 1 1 . , u , v r 7 - K 1 r ' 4 . . . V : . in order to become a pledgeeg and having met the necessary standard, he is . , . . Y . .- . . . , . - , - . . 7 , . ' x ' : f ', ' .' 3 9 ' 3 . ' v . 3 J' ' l 9 ' 5 r K J I v ' J y ' ' - . . v . , 7 - ' I . . - . . . , . . , 1 . . . . y i. . 3 . .- - , u 1 E , - 7 Page one hundred four Q NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MASQUE AND GAVEL STUDILINT COUNCIL I ' Qhfr' Q fialgzf , Page one hundred jzu. THE PROJECTION CLUB The PIOIQCUOIT C lub ot Bulkelex rs dedicated to thc tr unrng of 1 team of uppercl xssmcrr rn the opcratron of the xrsuil educrtrorr equipment oxx ned by Bulkelex that thex max be entrusted vxrth the operation of the equip ment rn certain specified recitation periods before an assemblx or xxhencx er called upon The xx ords ot thePro1ect1on Club s constitution conx cy our purposc vxhrch rs to combine club actrxrtx xx ith genuine usc fulness to the sthool We realize that such a standard IS not common to all clubs and that this mark will not be easx to attain xfxrthout much endcax or cox as Secretary Jacob Goldstein and as Treasurer Horace Kosakow The club is determined to carry out its intentions with a mllllmum of con fusion and a maximum of satisfaction to those vxhom vxe serxe PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB B The B Club consisting of loxx er classmen vxas organized under Mr Fred Clark to teach the fundamentals of dex eloprng and printing and the use of the camera The knowledge gained during the year qualrfied some members of thrs club to be eligible for membership 1n the adx anced group JUNIOR WHALER ASSISTANTS The Whaler Assistants are members of the Junior Class vxhose task rt is to contact the merchants of Nexx London and surrourrdrng toxx ns to solicit adx ertrsements for The Whaler The financial success of our 1947 Whalcr is to a great extent owing to the efficiency of this group WHALER ROOM CAPTAINS The Whaler Room Captains hax e done much this 3 ear to increase the crr culatron of our yearbook It IS the task of these captains to collect installments on The Whaler from students of the three loxx er classes We of the senior Whaler staff are deeply indebted to the room captains for their untrrrng efforts rn makrng this book successful THE WHALERQ-vw-vwvu Q I ' T T Lv 'tw . 0 X 02 I I i E 1 1 2 k1l1 , ' 1 1 -1 ' 1'L1 2 - 2 ' ' 5 v 1 v 1 v 1 1 1 1 1' 1 ' ' - 1 7 , , A ' 1 ' 1 ' -1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 . ., .. t , . , . . . , K 1 1 1 ' 1' ,1 v . Our President is Robert Elkins. As Vice-President we have Robert Wil- ll ll li 77 ' ' , ,, , ' , . . . , ., I . . . . K . . 7 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' V1 1 1 3 1 ' 1 1 1 ' l . u . ,, . , Page one hundred six I PROJECTION CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB B JUNIIOR WHALER ASSISTANTS HOME ROOM CAPTAINS Page one lzumlrcd s 111 ai ii PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB A The Photogl nphy flub A w is founded by a Illefllbel of the FlQShIY13.ll class 111 Octobel of 1946 lt has become one of the school s most actlye soc1et1cs Daud Pete1son 1s P1es1dent Edward Wachtel NICE Presldent Robert Chandle1 Secretaly Ax rum Noutch Darkroom Master The club has an excellently equ1pped da1k1oom w h1ch lb IH constant uae Undcx the keen guldance of Malcolm G C1eenaw xy the membels of the club ale well acqualnted w1th the workmgs of thc d 1rkroom and the Hner 130111128 of COIT1DOS1l1g 1udg1ng and dlSIJldV1l1g photographlc work Ex ents dur1ng the yeal mcluded sex eral exhlblte seasonal proyecte talks by known the Adx anced Photogaaphy Club antlclpatee great succees and profit to the school 111 the y ears to come ART CLUB The plesent Art Club was known last year as the Sketch Club Thls year the club S 3Ct1V1t16S were b1oadened by 1nclud1ng not only dI'3.W1l1g and pa1nt1ng but some handlcraft as well An extensne program was planned and carr1ed out Some featules were outs1de speakels mones md x1s1ts to the local museums md h1stor1cal spote of mterest A H The Beta H1 Y has fo1 1tS membe1sh1p the students of the two lower clasaee w ho C3113 on the same ty pe of w 01k as the olde1 gl0UD Unde1 M1 Fxed Cla1k Q supe1y1s1on as faculty 3.ClXlSO1 the H1 X Clubs haye unde1taken an all 1llClLlS1Y6 p1og1 am to promote good fellow sh1p and Chr1st1an 1deals among 1ts members THE WHALER-nvvwv ll ll 1 -2 A' j H 1' .2 L, ' A.. . . K. . - . ' - . , - ' v . , ' . . ' ' 3 . v. nv . 1 1 w. n V u 7. w. J L L 5 , , ' L , ., . ,Z Y , y . A. I 1 ' ' . 1 ' ' 'z Q, 1 1 v 1 f ' v' V ' 7-kv ' A 2 , 4 l K1 kv. , .' ' Y 1 .S I K I I . Y I V K photographers, and an informal dance. With as successful a start as this, n fu 4 ' ' 1 v 4 is ws 1 L' I N' c L' . 4 vf 1 V 1 N ' 1 y , K D 1 kv v . 1 v 0 1 , Q v. ' 1 v vi 1 ' Y . L L N , ' L Page one lzzmclred eight PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB A ARTCLUB BFTA HIX AuqsruuI91l7 one hz nd? rl HIC FRESHMAN ATHLETIC CLUB We are a club of fifty SIX Freshman boys know 11 as the F Club organ 1zed for the purpose of D1OI'liOt11lg an understandmg of games of all kmds and of encouragmg par t1c1pat1on of our class members 1n all Bulkeley has to offer by way of lnter class rntramural and xarslty athletlcs It IS also our purpose to stlmulate the 1nte1est of all box s 1n athlet1cs outslde of our school program whether thev be spectators or are playmg the game and to foster the ma1ntenance of h1gh standards of sportsmansh1p At our first meetmg we elected the followmg as officers for the first half year George Scacclaferro Pres1dent Chfford Carpent1er VICE Presldent Robert Sulhx an Secretary We meet Tuesdays dllllllg 3Ct1X1tX D6I'10Cl 111 Room 2 and haxe sex eral xery mterestlng programs lllCllld1Dg a baseball QUIZ d1scuss1ons of sports 111 season moung prctures about top flrght performers 1n XHTIOUS amateur and profess1onal games and lectures from former graduates and faculty member s w ho haxe had extensn e experrence 1n college athletlcs V' ITY CL The Var slty B Clap has for 1ts membershrp yarslty lettermen repre The group holds w eekly meetmgs the prmcrpal obiect berng to fam1l1ar1ze students Wlth all phases of athlet1c act1x1ty In th1s manner the school ath letes learn the DOIHL of new of partrcrpants of all sports Most of the 1nstruct1on IS through usual means wrth motron prctures playrng the most 1mportant part Quahfied speakers are generally present to explaln the mox1es Such speakers haxe been present from surroundrng colleges and the1r cont11but1ons have been of d1st1nct benefit to Bulkeley achletlcs As a proyect qual1fied members of the B Club offic1ated and d11ected the Thames Valley Grammar School Basketball League whlch operates w1th e1ght grammar school teams from the New London County area AdX1SO1 to the group 18 Mr Balent1ne faculty manager of athlet1cs Tom Dan1els1s the club Pres1dent James Cary er the VICE Pres1dent and Nathan Belcher the Secretary Treasurer PHA HI The Alpha H1 Y under the d1rect1on of Mr Fred Clark consrstmg of mem bers of the two upper classes sponsored the Connect1cut H1 Y Youth IH Gox ernment Moy ement by sendlng delegates to Hartford to part1c1pate 1n a Student Gox ernment Day by 3.dH'i1l1lSt911l1g all the 1mportant funct1ons of state IH a most commendable manner at the state cap1tol ln Hartford The membe1sh1p IS not so large as Ill DIQXIOUS years because of the en largement of the extra-curr1cula program of act1x1t1es ThE WHALERQA-vnu 7 I A ' 1' 1 w v v .6 ,, n L -' K u. I K Y ' l f n 1 1 ' f v . 1 I . . . ., I . 1 ' ' 1 l u . v 1 K .1 Y V Y . 4- . v . y . . 1, l 1, ' N . ! L, ' 9 1 an v v- K ,' '- ' , L 1 1 ' - S I v v Y ,, ' vw Q. ' v. v . . v v ' 'Y L. ! Y K v ' V L 7 A L , L , LL L L L L L , ' L ' L H . , L, . K. . A . 1 1 v v . v A, . ' V A "B" U B , ' cc as ' ' , ' L ' t L L L ' . t Y. . sentlng all sports w 1th1n the school. L Kr . L L v Ld L I 7 vu L " . ? ' L'. L 'L 7 L 1 L ' ' as H ' ' , , 1 . . L L' v u v' w -1 a . 1 4 l v ' . . . , y .. L L L , L , ' , , ' L . ' , . , L L ' 'L L L , L - Q Q V V l w l ' . . . 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COMPLIMENTS OP D HFc1ndDF Bradshaw Investment Seem 1t1es 302 Stxte St NFW IONDON CONN Brallex How d1d the flreflw feel aftel he backed 1nto the l3.VSI1IT1OVk91 '7 Langner How Brallex De lxhted MOIIIQ B Payne Edw ald R Keefe PAYNE 84 KEEFE Architects ond Engineers 'NEVV LONDON CONN 9 9 'll . 1 fl 1 - . Q' 7 Q . . . . , . e ., . . - . . v . 5 . , . . . L K . . . I 7 l l . ' 1 . . . . . ' - 66 I , ' , 99 1 ..... ... ..... ......................,.......,..,,l.,,.. . . l ............. ....,......... . ............................,... 1 E 5 5 ' l"S. . . . . 5 5 Z 5 1 E 5 . . : Z 1 : E L K r S 5 . . 1 A . K 3 5 1 r 4 L. . 1 : . , , . A , . . . ' ,. H v ' ' Y . ' , . . D , cz ,999 V , ' ,, as ' yy . ..... . .............................,...,..,...............,... ..... .......... ....... . .....,..,.......................,.....,............. . .. , , . K . . . . . v v - A l ll, .l.'. llllllll llllrlllllllllllblll llllllllll ""l"ll'l 5 llllllllll I I P1 e one hundred ei hteen THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 . .,.1..H..1...1.1...11.1.1H.-W..11.-...11.1.......m.m.....lm--1.11.1--1. --11.1.mm1.111.111.1111-1.--.-... mm'1.-Hmm.111.14141m.um....1-... .11...,11.. .1 COBIPLIMENTS OF WALK oven sl-1oEs F01 HOLII lrlltlllti Home 111 the N New London 1Ie11 s Women Bldg 6. Loan -XSSOLIHUOII Chlldlens ng St 114 New 11111111111 THAMES SHIPYARD YL Rep 1118 of All Tx pee of X essels Tl11ee Rmlxxflx Ducloclw C ipacltx up to 7100 Tons The Wmtel Home of I me X mhte 1 Qt -X Cluppe llll Cllilll T 1 P 1C1l1tlQw to Seue the lame t the W1ll to Bene the Sm llle L L11 1 LXt 111 1 0 15411111 1 1 T111 It lxllllllg., Yllt CONIPI INII NTS Ol THOMAS L NEILAN AND SON FLXEPAI HONIF 17 Ocean -Xuuue 111 I I . - . .- . - 5 5 - r 1 g 1 -. 1, ' , 3 1 ' 5 1 ,4 i- - E 5 , 1 I -, 2flT1'z :SL 1"'1 I I Y A J A lv, l -v.v. l I l . 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I C'OMPLlMI'INTS OF CLINT THAYER AND HIS ORCHESTRA SORTOR CHEVROLET COMPANY M I Whlte What COME SEE US AT OUR NEW HOMF 490 Bload St at Colman St TYDOL GASOLINE COURTEOUS SERVICE XOLI would be 1 good dam 61 except lOl tu u thmg ue thex ' M I Youl CONIPLIMENTS OI SIDNEY H MINER 81 SON ITIQUIEIHCG Real Estate NIamxf111n5, Bldg Lexx Lfmdou Conn SIIJNEX H 'IIINFR VI-XIIJOI 'NIINPI 1 f SN CONIPLI NIFNTS OF and Mrs Hugh F Lena Hugh Ieni 10 fl feet Ifxul Lena 19-lf' Rltlldlfl Lenfi 1940 1 rg ec u I .. . .............,.... .. .. ..... ..,...,......,. ..,. . . . ,. .. l ..........................,............... . ................................,....,.,.I......................,........................................... E J ' . . . : ' 0 I . u 7 v Y s Y I E 1 v . 1 , IV. . . Girl. " 2 f '. f mf A 1 4 H ,, l 1 u 1 E . 'f I gi W. . .G1ll. f' - 1 E A' ' . 3 . 5 C E . , E . ' " ' 7' . - ' ' , . E A A . A 4 J . 4 4 Q Class 0 1 'I Class of 191 E llllIIInl!llullIlllIllIlllulllllllllllllnlllvlI ll I All ' A nl I I nl :lvl vllllllllillll ll .. . ..... ........,.....,.. .,...,.. . . . . .. .. ,. . ...... . .. v 5 A A A- Dr. . . f , 2 . Il. 1. D '. , . E llll lllllllill llhllllllllllll Il Immun lu 4 4 I -Hvllllbllllllll 'r e one lmfzdr It 'cntj-I ,- THE BULKEIEY WHAI ER 1947 CONIPLINIPNTS OF A CA A ASUAL NOTE TO TELL YA ROGERS 81 SON NIANTIC HAVE TERRIF SANDWICHES AT THEIR MODERN SNACK BAR Real Estate Insurance N EIN LONDON COIN IN WI OI THE DAHL OIL COMPANY INC NFVS I ONDON NORXT ICH Fuel Olls Gasoline General Electruc Conversion Oll Burners General Electrlc Onl Fired Boilers an General Electrlc Warm Arr Conclltloners P hrllt THOMAS F DORSEY JR sf 7482 ty th J J l - I - f ll ll 8K 159 ate St. Phone Leandri: 'Tm an artist." he an: 'Tm an artist." Dave Peterson: " h. sec. A pair of drzlwers. I 0 v , v v v , . , , . . . 1 THF BLI KILI FY VIHAI LR 1947 MACIONE BROS SHOF RFBLILDERS 87' I IO Id Street NPVI LOINDON CONN FOOD SUPPLIES B U R R S 244 Pequot Axe N xx London Conn Tel 5301 5352 Schof1eId Hou mam mgarettes d Reetgen Am gnen amount DE NOIA OIL CO RANGE AND FUEL OILS LJFIIVGI sal Apphances Furmture Tel 22610 '36-17 FISHER FLORIST F01 the Most A1t1St1C C01 sage And Peutv FIOVI61 104 Stfzte St y y Phone 3191 ELITE BARBER SHOP SCALP SPFCIAI ISTS 20 State St NPW LONDON CONN COVIPLINIENTS OI ELIHU BOND D V M o you smoke a das " COVIPLINIENTS OI THAYER S GARAGE Car Pamtmg a Qpeclalty I4 Poeton Post Roxd J SOLOMON Wholesale Statlonelx New London Conn A MILLION And One Iteme Y 1 v y 1 J ' 4 J J A 1 . .. .H .....................I-..I.f............I..IIm!..I..I.............,...,I....I.II...--I -...,,.,......I..........,.....I..I..........I.I---I.-mv..-...... .. .. E E .. ,,. 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Y . 5 E A I 5 E - R c A . 2 5 I I e one lzzmzlrcfd tzuent -four THE BUI KELFY WHALER 1947 ABEN HARDWARE CO 12 Bank St SIJOIUHQQI Goods Gum, Ammun1t1on and Cenelal Haldxxfue CONIPLINII4 NTS OI NIANTIC BOWLING ALLEYS NI un Street Nmntln L onn I IX Potusen Clnger Ale pleaxe I Cfmtx Pale GLADYS WILSON STORES Quahty Fulnwhlnge F01 the Whole Famllx e 9 0 Nlantlc Comm Edwln Keeney Co Books and Stat1oneIy lo Mam Street NEW LONDON CONN IDEAL LINEN SERVICE MAJESTIC LAUNDRY Iaunderers and Drv Cleanmg ILII LX f Exelv De KIIDI I mp SI NI VN IONDON CONN COVIPLIVIIINTS OI LOUIS LEVINE CLASS OI 1993 gmc MACE LEVINE CI ASS OF 19 1 Petusen Nr IUSt fl gllss CONIPLINIENTS OI The Mmer cmd Alexcmder Lumber Company PRUDENTIAL OUTFITTING CO Cloth1e1 N Hatte1 s F111 l'11QI191 Q Reemkoff Cla of 31 11 Bank Street II! I J QA .... . 2 E 0 E E 'l n . I : si . . , I ' w . - i 1 E 5 A I ' I, I 5 5 ' , Q Li: ' S-Vice o ' Q t'on , 2 Q 3211 Yilliams Ft. Phe I -551 or T173 . . Y. . 2 Z 5 : V . 1 I V . , . 3 Q . 2 A I I , f I I . . 1 1 1 i E 1 I I I I ' 3 5 I I I 4 I ' I I " E E . 1 I 2 1 ' Q Q '. 'I 1 E E I I 'J 1 - 3 5 1 A A I 0 iz ' I -'.'- : " 1' fl , sl." Rav I -'N 2 " I, ' I' ' fz.'.'." , . '. .. If -w M . I . I 1. 5 E Y - 5 3 I I I ' 2 5 . H . ' . . N E 2 KJ I I ' : : - ' f" 1 ,. ., 2 5 T I. -A I I , . 5 5 . ...................,............,..,..,....,..,.......................... . . . . .. ................ .,..........,.,...,.................. . .,. . Q E . E l E . , ' . E E . 1 2 .W . ' E I Ss : E . 2 . . . I 5 3 I. C - . 5 ' I - 5 Iz I . as , -, v Y v v 5 E I- 4 L I , - I . 5 g 'zu one lzufzflfvd and ffmvffy-b' M1 Orcutt Whats a cl9C12ll1 urn Eld11gc About S1000 1 xxcck unless he oxx ns a 1esta111ant O M1 Pasquale On xxhat gxounds dld the Ameucans 1ebel ' KLGl9l On the Amellcan grounds s r O M1 Falcone1 Suppose foul mLl1NKO1lx elex en hours a dax at Pugslex Just a ITllllllt6 M1 I2llCOll9l mx on that non UHIOH stuff O M xou k1ss me Ill sc1eam Monroe Not Wlth all these people around xou xx on t er spot O O M1 T1oland Name a l1qu1d that xx1ll not freeze Tra1ne1 Hot xx ate O And they call Amellca the land of fret speech sald CASCIO as the operatol asked h1m to put a nlckel 1nto the box O Anaetos Can xou loxe txxo glrls at once? Ba1 one Yes 1mmed1atelx O She btop' My hpe a1e fO1 anothel D3.ll1G3lS One moment please and vou xx1ll get anothe1 O All the perox1de blondes scleamed xx hen I1m CHIXQI carrled the ball ox er fo1 the hundledth tlme The next day an 81 t1cle 1n the 13111361 read Ca1xer Qcored and the bleachem xxent xxlld O Kelly I xxas xnestllng xx1th mx C011 SCIGHCC Flanagan A half xv1t match eh" Page one llzlnclfcd tuenfy SIL H Xou look llke Helen B1oxxn She I look exen xxol se ln xvhlte O Pippadopoulas VX hat s xxlong xx 1th the e eggs XX 11t1ess Dont ask me I onlx la1d the tablc O Calroll I haxe a ha1r1a1s1ng. stolx D11scoll Tell It to some bald headed man O B3ll9Stllll1 Dld xou exer take chlo1o o1m f'ecca1ell1 No xx ho teaches lt' O Mr O1cutt 1app1ng on desk Order Fourth Pe11od Clase Beer O lst W M I Gul Do xou alxxays look under XOUI bed afte1 you Qax xoul prav els 2nd W M I G1rl No I alxxavs look before O Bosko I haxe a bload acqualntance CAIXGI I knoxx I eaxx xou wlth he1 last nlght O Moet people hate to llde 1n the patrol xx agon but lt hae to do IH a pmch O One of the ed1tore IS all m1X6d up He IS trxlng to declde xxhat to glve a nudlst fOl Chrlstmas O The Nl haler IS a gleat IIN ent1on The school gets all the fame thc prlnter gets all the money and the staff gets all the blame O Adxertleement for d1amond 11ngs T1x theee for Qlghs O Perrv Do xou neck xxlth the llghta O1 off" Tuefel Yes '. ' I H ' ll' ' l' ' ' T, PI H 7 ' 1 ' ' .H v x 4 1 1 1 I, ' K' ' O O 0 O Z . . 1 . H 7 ' - , . V' .' A . : ff . ,. . K. ' 'S ,sew 'I ' .' ' in V2 . ' .TI H 7 ' I . ' ' D A ,Z sz ,' A., I an ii 11 ' ' O O O O 4.. :H -, '-.. ,-A. .," I '. ' 'I N .' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' I H ' .' - 7 ks 1 1 1 1 7' .H 1 I it 1 l Q 1 . 7. . , I '. ' , O O . I . V . ,, ' . . .' ' . U ' f V . 1 . L - O O f - 'P' VV. . I. girl: "If j ' - ' 'Z U , ' ' ' 1" 1 Q I ,Y ' ' O O I at ' 1 1 j ' O 4 . .. ' , , as yr ' V , 1 rv - , L . . s ' ,' , , , an xr 3' ' ' L n I W. M. I. Curl: "Well, let's flflfl a qulet- . H O O . . O .' . . . . ' I U t7 I , . . K , , , - - '. ' I H . l 'D ..'7" L I .ly ' . H , . . . . . , V ,: .4 y roy U 0 O O O U ' 5 Y . H , . . , , ' , H n - , ' . ' S , 1 ' A , ' 1 . 1 v I 4: U v L y y ' . L u I L1 l . O O O O Q ci V 7 v . W I. . . . V rv V ' . ' ' . . H ' ' v 'Y ' s . ' O O 0 0 ' . . ' , . U' ' 4 . 1 - I' 'll .Il l I l n. , . . . . n ' w , u , ' .' ll. . . . t Y' . - " O O 5 n O O w V . .X . , . , . . , v . Q V Q ' ' ' ' s 1 ' ' Y ' ' O O , ' ' , ,, . 44 4 v 4 v y' ,Y K ' : - ' 1. . , - , va O O O O , . H V . , . , ' -' Y - . H , ,' - - - - V ,, - , . on V - xv , n A l s s , at ' 99 , as av . '- - . .. THE BLLKFLEY WH-U ER 1947 Phone 8904 CONIPLINIENTS OF BONNIE STUDIOS COLUMBUS CLEANERS 111 T1 uman Stunt New London Conn HIGH S SLIILQ Dlx Cleaned and Plessed Internal Dum xton x at I 4 Y N 1 Shy: Comm md Dmpellu IIJIIICI Ixlilh Ptfllllxhlllg, and Phone 6919 -Xlltlfllltx I extmed Columhux Squ uc NEW LONDON BUSINESS COLLEGE 99TH X EAP Iusmew Admlfll tl ILIOII Puxmew md Blllhlllf., II1g,hL1 Amount mu SILIIUQJ lphll Secret 111 11 If YLCLIIQIXL Setletfulil Slhrnth md and TXDXXIILIIIQ, CHARI ES E QI INF PIIHCIPAI 1 St ltt Stleet Tel All I 1Il Tum lmeglns Stptembtr Young, W hat do Elks hue th It no other anlmxls haw I et GI P u ulu COMPLIMENTS OF NIANTIC GRILL -mm .lv -Q I - I Page our Izzzudzcrl fzfrnty sezcn Y J I 4 ' 1 . ....,.. .. ...,,,.,. .... .,...........,..................,.....,,.......,.......,.. -----..........,...,......,,,......,.1....................,....................... - E - v 5 : : - . A L Q Y , . 5 2 I I ' 5 . y I 4 1 E . 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' 2 1 f 1 IW" , . ll I ,I Q 77 C II . c c I. . .........,.,.......... ...., .. ........, .... . ........ .. ,. . .... . .U ... ,. . , THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 -vm-.......-..u....m v......y..-I-mmm...---.11--I-1-....-yy..mm .- c'oA11'L1MIf:NTS OF RUBY GLASS CO. Morris Sulmcsn, M.D. GLASS - MIRRORS Auto Safety Glass CLASS OF 1928 Te. 3 8 21 Tilley S NEW LONDON, CONN. COVIPLIMEN TS OF NEW LONDON NEWS fO1 ra All the 1de1S that come out of mx he id an fu h ones Knowles Thex Should be Thex re xacuum packed CONIPLINIEXTS OF R 8. J UNDERWEAR CO INC TH TUDOR PRESS The Cheney Packer Company PRINTERS All Klnds of Sea. Foods In Season 900 Bank St Phone 4201 PIIODG 4699 38 Rax mond St New London Cgnn ue zz Cfyfll ,Y A 1 A ............. ......,. ......... .......... ....... ................. .. ...,....,.,..,...................,.,..............,.......... ....... ......... ........,......... 2 . I as ' ZA, S tv 2 .A .fs AL-'U , .. H v . ,v . . . U . . t . . 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E 2 v V - ' . - 5 5 A . . g one ll nrlrrrl 114' iz l -"gif THE BUI KELEY WHAI ER 1947 CONII I INIILNTS OF Dr Joseph D Glthn Clqw of 1920 5 CONIPLIMENTQ OP THE SODOREAD Clrculohng Llbrory 115 TRU'VIAN ST CONIPLINIENTS OI EMIL SEIFERT S BAKERY Bink Qt New London Shoraf Stohonery Company STATIONERS AND BOOKSELI ERS 162 Statt Street N11 W LONDON CONN Nh Orcutt What kmd of cats come from the lsl md of Manxo Tooker Pussy cats CONIPLIMF WTS OF CENTRAL NEWS STORE THOMAS C DUNUKOS Plop v0 State Street New London Conn SCHABLEINS SHOE STORE L NI SCHABLFIN Prop 32 Bank Street New London Conn Shoes For Young Men P000 J J .... .. ..........,.............................,......................, - ,... ..... ..,-...,.......... ......... .,..... . ...,.... . ,.... .W . ,......... 1 ' . E E ' J 1 1 . : Z , . . l I o 0 S E S - .. 1 - - 5 5 22- 1 1 . ' I 1 lmllllnnll nl: null nnllnu - vw: :Ivlnlllllll lllll llllllllllllllll vl vllllllllr Illllllllllllll ll . . ......,.............. . ..... ,.,.. ...... ..,...... .,.... ., - -. . ...,........... . ...... ........ 4 k E E ll ll E 5 . . . 5 J E E ' A A - E E w v ' L 'S ' E E J u A . , . H ' . ' . . A , 4 n n I o n lc 1 1 lf v ,' 1 1. . . , . , , I , 4, ' . v 1 L 4 , , 1 . . - . 1 A 1 J 4 q 1 s 4 A , ' . . . , . . . .. , . . . . . ..,..... ,..,,..... . ..,.. ......... . ..... ..........,... ..... frm nr hllnflrffl rlml fufzrfgf-1 THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 CAPITOL CANDY SHOPPE LAURIE s . . We Make Our Own Ice Cleam and Candies Roberf I-0U"'e Te. 9774 sa Broad CLASS OF '48 NEW LONDON, CONN. I . . .. .H .-. ...v.,.m , .. I --I I- .. I .. , .. I I I I I.-I H.-...MI , A B C FILM COMPANY 769 Bank St Telephone 4829 PHOTO SUPPLIES CAMERAS 24 Hour Service Photo Flnlshmg Trakas Qlookmg at the tarsj It s g0111g to ram Wlnters Hou do sou know? COMPLIMFNITS OF QUICK SERVICE ELECTRIC COMPANY Benjamm A Lex 1113011 124 Maln St Class of 26 New Iondon Conn ROGOFF SUPER FISHER 8. MORIARTY SERVICE 216 Broad St 74 State St N1-'xx LONDON CONN Road Qemce Phone 4700 Moblle Gas IL1b11Cdt10I1 P g h d d th . I I O O I I I I O I 1 ' Q . U 7. ' I ' ' , , u , , , an Trakas: "My tooth aches." L AL . . u 7. . ' I r A , , P ' E E I 1 1 , -' 1 ' : : A 1 . . , v V 5 5 . .' . A A , A . 5 5 M . .4.mmmmuummum... mn. H.-H.. .... : T. ,,m'mmI,wHmmmmmmlmn fl e one an re irty THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 COMPLIME NTS OI" The G M Wllllams Company The Old Fashlon Up to Date Haldware Stole New London Conn . . I. ,, ,, IIVhen you say it with Flowers b sure to say it with Ours FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Q01 sage Our Specldltx FELLMAN 8. CLARK I LORISTS VOGT S BAKERY C lrl H X ogt gl 92 Truman Street New London Conn W M I C rl I am telhng you for the last tlme that wou cant klss me IX dish f ood I thought that vou d nex er xx eaken eeler s Paint Works COMPLETE PAINTING SUPPLIES WALL PAPER Colden St Tel 2 22'-IU NFVI LONDON CONN CONIPLINIEINTS OI- Thomas J Murray 'I D JOSEPH T 'XIURRAX 49 NEW LONDON PRINTING CO Commerclal Sz Book P11nte1s E tabhshed 1886 170 C rcen St Phone 4033 INFIIV LONDON CONN CONIPLIMFNTS OI BOSTON CANDY KITCHEN Page one hzudwd Hzzztzf I.. ...I I. .I I I. .......... .....I... ...... I.. ...I............I........ .I I..I.II..... .I..I.....I...I .........I. .........I.....I.......... .II 6 0 o o o E 5 I Q . 5 : . A ' ' 'I . 1 3 L. : : . . : 5 v . I 5 2 - A v ' E E II ' all11II:HllllllllllllvlllvllllllnllllllllvlllHllhll nl - - IlrIlllnlllrlllllnllllillllhlvlilllllllll ....I...I ...II ...II .I.I...I.. .. . II...IIII........I..I..........I. .. .. 1 V A JA 1 ' , ,z . ff . B . 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A A.. 3 E I.......II....IIIInuI.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II.........II. .I ... ...In I ,I H, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ml, ,Im mmlmmunmml I ' " - THL BUI KILLFY VIHAI ER 1947 COMPI INII' 'NTS Ol Weetmghouxe Appllantes L 8 and I'u1n1tu1e Pl in Phone 9306 Est lbl1SI'l6fl 18410 Chelsea Clocks CGMPLITVIEWTS OI Cosfume Jewelr Chino Glass, VICTORY SHOE REPAIR Sllverl Lamps JOHN CARFI Plop Tro I-Hes 90 Truman St P New London Conn Belcher The people xx ho deslgn ws Omen Q bathlng Qulte had bettel be Careful Bfilllitfilll VS hs 7 Belcher Becduxe thes axe sloxxlx workmg. themselxes out ot 1 1ob Telephmne 0 3434 I mum Smtkm gl O A Emplre Cleaners Genelal Repaulng and Dyers SpGC1al1Z6d FOICI Serwce 1 t Qua 1 V S61 Vlce Telephone 8073 Mam Offlce and Plant 9 Blackhdll St Txuman Stunt N x Ion on Co hell LOYNIOU Conn COVIPLIXIFNTS OF ALAN I. MAC DONALD, DDS Page one h1md2ed thuty two 1 W ' Y W 1 A 1 1 . . .. ..,,. , , ........,..,,,,.,...... ........., .... ............ ........ ..........,.......,.... . . .... ........,......... .,..,,.,.-. .. .. . 1 v . 4. , 4 . AA n : E E E . . : : 'f f a 1 1 Z T, . . . E E 1 . 1 : . . . 0 0 Q 2 E E F1 jp 3 : ll... 12 Ii St. E E I 5 : .v 1 ' l I I 1 , V - - I 1 I : : E ' ..,..................,..,..,, . . ., g -, .. . E E w E E 1 A ' Y, 5 5 . E E I E E . Q Q . E E 7 ' I : : - 5 Z 5 , ' , . , 44 ,' v ' ' , H n Y A I 5 L k 1 , ' , ax 7 ,-as . . W . an it -4 v 1 1 v v v I x v v I Q l, . ' . t ' . K ' . . 2. . .......,.. .... ..,.....,.....................,..........,.. ........,.. ....,........,.,.................... .... ,......... ...... ............................ ........ . ..... .................................. 1 ..-f V' A 's ' " , MV. Ei E - 0 E E . . 0 : : 1 1 E E - - I I ' E E - : I V - - E E - ' : : . 2 I C , , . . 5 5 r , .Zn ' ' 'H .ev . rl , nn. 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SHORE LINE RAILWAY CO INC Modem glrls .adore splnnmg wheek only thex vs .mt foul and A spare COMPLIMFNTQ OI e Darrow and 96 Bank Qtxeet NEW LONDON CONIN COMPLIMIINTS OI' THE BOOKSHOP INC IIIQIICIIAII and Chulch St NEW IOINDON CONIN Page one hu 2d1ed thirty sz.c CO'NIPLINIIINTb ern s Restaurant CHOICE DINNERS Fel n Q f01 If 11161 Foods DMI 9913 CONIPLINIENTQ or ROSEMARY MARKET ANTHONY J P-XLDF P1013 flux ot .. - .. . ............................. .. .. . . Q v w 3 A A 4. A 4 Q 0 0 T................... .......... ..... ..... ... ..... .......... ................... ................ .......-.................. v T' . . . ' ' y v v. 1 4 . - . .................... ...-...... ..... ...... ..... ........... ...... J......... .......... ......................... E Y ' E E - ' E 1. A 4 : : A A ' OI' . . - . . Z L : Z Q. Q - 1' i E E E L ,Y ' Y Y : A , - : : '. ' I Z I ' ' 5 ' ' E 2 L' A I I, I E 0 E 5 - A - 5 5 . . . J. ., . v V v v v y Q E , . v - A J A , ' . . E E Qjl' 23, IIIII IllIll!!I!IlllIIIIllllIlllllhlllllllllIIInlullllllllllllllllvll Il : : 7 . .h - . THE BULKELEY WHALER--1947 COMPLIMRNTS 01' THE WHALER STAFF arowmojounsonj BAINK STREET ROLTE NO 1 New Londone Most Fldbm lte ReStf1u1f1nt Excellent Food Moderate Prlces Fomous Ice Cream DEI IGHTFUI NEW WINITHROP ROONT OPEN IOP SPFC IM OC C -XSIONS 11112. futnh ught 11 ll 1l bm 1 1 LIILK 11 1 1111 o no cc omume gxppui ll old 1 CONII I INII' NTQ OI The 1 oung Man N StO18 WM J MURRAY or Stxle cmd Quahtx D D S 134 State St NEXX LONDON CONN CI ASQ OF 191 1 IU 1 v l w c -1 4 u J. 11 1, J C L . I 1 1 , ,Y Q , J 1 1 . A 1 L 'W Y Y 1 V71 K J , 4 A A A L 111 f 3 ' , V f Q12 's old, was take-11 tu sue his111-wln 15' ' tl1f1'. Xfuf' h. .lv f-my k'l z1i1'1 got 1111 hair, it 1' 't gr t tllth-S - 1 rx' - It 111 lz1l1yf" 0 5 E an ' , 'N , E E L Q E o o A . .. 5 1 . - , . 1 . 7 ,. 1 . 7 It ae mmf llIl7IlII't'fI tlzirfy-S1'1'1' THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 - ...H ... .. mlm-ummm:mmmumnmmnunummmInmn--ml..nummnlulvulmn..nnmmum-nu . COMPLIMENTS OF SIDNEY'S HOME CENTER 29 Church st. New London s Most Beautiful Home Furmshlng s Place 1 . . . 4 COMPLIMENTS OF ECONOMY COAL COMPANY L GREENBI ATT Coal Coke Wood Trucking 81 H3m1lt0U Street New London Conn Phone 6727 Barone Do you keep your covss ln a paature' Heseltme Of course Barone C ood I wa told that pasteurlzed mllk IS the best THE MARTOM Restaurant and Ice Cream Shop Complete D311'V Bal Home Cooked Fooda 405 Xl xlhams St New London Phone 9 3911 WHITON LATHE CHI CKS ,Tl pf X Wlanufactuled Smce 1856 W. 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WHAIILR 1941 C ONIPI INII4 'NTS OI' CRESCENT DINER AND GRILL Good Food Served to Please Statmn 10 IIdL9lf01fI COWIPI INII N FS OP CLASS OF 47 PL1I1f16ldIItZ Vkhx chdnt RILIIZICI open the dool Leandzl B cause he xx ae 4 Hd1Y2i1d man and lt had 1 Yale lock COWII I INIFINTS OI CRCWN RESTAURANT 83 Stxte Stleet COMPLINIENTS OF Compliments A FRIEND NIANTIC S BIG FIVE Jlm IAI ov xx In Plc F Crum 'XFX II I E Rog I PAILEH Im NIAPC HANT I aye one hu zd ed forty 1 W W Y V 1 pq 1 J J A A 4 A 1 5 . - v . 1 Z ,I 4 J A 4A n E ' ' '. . . . . .......... .. .... .... ...........,........,...... . ................... .. , g . 41 f 1 1 Z 1 A J A A A E.................................................................................I.I....................,..............,................. . .. .. . H y , ' v ' . . .-W ' , 48 , , , v 4 , , ' 9! ..........,.......... .....................................H................... ............ ..... ...,................ .....,........,,........ E . W , , v . 4. 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A - 4 . ...,, V, V. ., .,.,,,... ..V YVV.V H H ,V V.V.V,,V. VV VVVV ',' S THE BULKELEY WVHALER 1947 D!AMOND S 170 Ham Qt ED P CALVERT X 1 mm f nn Oul Ovm Ice Cream SIMPSON S CLOTHES Qodas Qandmches BASE BALI 1900 bundaes f'1d1'1hfll1tG1S COMPLIMENITS OF CARROLL S CUT RATE PERFUMER 1w2 State St INF XV IONDONI COININ Ixexllle Th x s iw that tlsh h me no xx u to Come pond xx 1th one another Pappad 'Joulfx No wonder thu 1161 el rexpond xx neu 1611013 them 1 lme Watches D1amonds S11ve1vsare BROOKS 8. COMPANY CREDIT JEWE1 ERS ul 7 Pink t NFXX IONDON CONN CONIPLINIENTS O11 Donald M Corcoran DDS MALLOVE S New London s Leading Jewelers 14 Qtite Stleet Pfzf ze In r fz r T-1 I . ..,. ...........,........,....,..................................--3 .--..............,.............,........................................-H... . E l 2 5 Ne V .r r . 0 O 3 5 , ' ' J 5 E . - . I Q Q . : . . . V 3 E LJ R ' A E 5 1 1 . 1 . . .. . . .. 5 : . ' . 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E I 1 1 , ff' wr and Cd fur J-W' THE BULKFLEY WHALER 1947 COWPLIMENTS OF DQl1C101lS Ice C1eam CROWN CLEANERS AND DYERS Home Made Pd8t1 les p Nlnn P111 on Icdx nd St on the nut Hlgmi NI vx IONDON qoxx 217 Ham 8t Phone 2 1688 ROBERTS ELECTRIC SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF M FREEMAN 8' C0 Radlos Records 24 Douglas St New London THE BEST IN TOWN 108 110 Bank Street It was the old ladx s fnst rlde 1n a taxl She watched vuth growxng alarm the drlver as he COI1t1l1L16d to put h1s hand out of the vsmdow to slgnal to the tlafflc followlng At last she sald Young man xou look where you are golng and keep both hands on the sn heel Ill tell xou lf It stalts to 13.111 FI'66t1l1gSl Bulkelew POUDRIERS JEWELRY STORE D1amonds G1 aduatlon G1ftS Watches TO SLIT YOLR NEEDS AND PURSE Expext 11 atch Repalrmg Amerlcan and SXVISQ Watches 111 Bank Qtreet Phone 5598 Town Shore Count1y RealEstate Rlcl1ardH ugh 1-13 Sf I S1 can sich RGBNOI' Fne Casualty I 1fe Insuzance New Lonflon s onlx stlec-t floor -Xfrencx Page one hundz ed forty szx 1 in f .4 1 11111..1...11.1.11111111.11.111111.1.1111111.11.1111.1.111.1.1....1.111.1111111111 11111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111111.1111111.11111111111111.1.11111111..1. .1 - E E 1 N E E E I A 1 ' E : . . : 5 : : - 1 1 : - : : 1 ' : Z : 5 1 1 : : : : A 1 : I : : P. 1 - 1 . : 5 : : IO ., 1, 'Q 5 : 5 E 5 , - fi ' . . - ' rl 1 y 5 5 5 E Y ' ' ' v 1 v v E I 1 f - E 5 1 '1 . 1 1 , 1 1 . : : A 'X ' : - lllrllvlrlulllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIHIIIIIIAI 4 . - - lllllllllllllllllll lllll"" """""""""U""""""""" 1 1111111111111111111111111-111111111111 , : 0 l Z : ' E 2 1 1 E E : , 1 . 5 . 3 711111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111:-1' T111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-nu-mmuummmnmuvlv r 1 1,1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' ,' ' 1 ' 1 V 1 1 . 1 w . 1 Y' N. r 4 . 1 A ' 1 u , ,, , 11 Y - 1 1 1 . , 5 V , v . . 1 0 Q I ,T . 5 1 1 . 111111111 1111111111 1111.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111111111 - 111111111111111111111111111111111 5 ' , 1 : . 1 1 . 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' 1 1 1 5 2 1 : . 1 5 - llllllllllllll llllllllllulllillllllll lllllllllrlllllllvl lrlllllkllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll 11111111111111 1111111 11111111111111.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 5 5 ' - - - E : - I E U E 5 o : 5 , 1 L : E 1 1 I . 1 1 : . - ' J : Z v 1 I THE BULKELEY WHALER 1947 QOMPLINIEYTS DOC S SERVICE 401 191 IV1II11ms Street NTEW LONDON CONN Phone 9910 CONIPLIVIENTTS OF NOVITCH BROS 'P Ham St Yew London Ta1lo1 made to measule SUILS Spolt Pants anrl Topcoats Adam Hats Mallory Hats Essley Shuts McGrego1 Sweaters and Jackets Ou1 own make Ta1lor made Pants P1onee1 Belts GA OIL TIRES Botany TISS If a fellow trxes to klss a woman and gets aw ly Yhlth It he s a man 1f he trles and doesnt get away w1th It he s a brute lf he chdn t t1x but would hate gotten away wlth It 1f he dld he s a coward but lf he chdnt tn and wouldnt hate gotten may w1th It 1f he dld he s wlse CONIPLINII' NTS Dr Harry F Myers CONIPLINIBINTS OF lNIult1graph1ng, Nllmeographlng, Tvplng NI uhm, THE MOHEGAN TRAIL MAIL SERVICE Clockel Hou New london MODERN ELECTRIC COMPANY F P 193 Bank St 191 Huntmgton St Headqua1te1s fo1 Ex 61 x thmg Electl lcal Establlshed 191o Page one hundred fmfy selen A .- ................W.I.......nm......H..........y......................,.....,....I I:..................y................-......................,.,..............-.-ml..- -- 4 , E 1 O E S 5 E E 4 A L F 5 : A 1 L L 2 E . 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L : E E : : 2 ..., ' E o o E 5 : E E 2 . . . : : I C : I 3 . . : : - v - v . . -,- - . 3 : , 5 : 3 ., E E 5 5 'w ' : : 5 - - : I- I-H-vu - 4 1 ' nu umm.amIn-mulmmum.nuunmn-.mum-m-mn THF BUI KELEY WHAI ER 1941 CONIPLINIFNTS OI GOOD FURNITURE NCE I8 Hauxs qhclfI161 1921 Muon Kalman 1941 Qholom Slmfnu 1948 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLI NTFIN TQ OF THAMES BARBER SHOP '75 Xl fxshlngton St Tel 5470 New London Store Fixture Company gt016 Flxtulex fox Fxux Purpose 30 34 Colden St HARRY STONFR P1017 Plckett VX hat S a lau su1t" Mr Cole Clothes worn bx A pollceman COMPI IMENTS OIF JAMES DRUG COMPANY CO1 nel Bank and Peall Sts JOHN H JAMLQ Clam of 1903 EDWARD M JAMES, Class of 1941 Page one hzmdned fufty ezght ' F A 4 J -1 . . .,. ... ....H ..,.............,VV,.,.,11-..-...I..lH,.....-....H1.1-my1--1--v....................H.-...H .-N.-.H,..W.l........, ... .. .. .. ..... 4. A A J L 1 . .' , f 4 Y . f 1 f' f 1 v n K l A L 1 L K Q ....1....H....H......I....I-II.I-......mlm-.......... ...,...........,..:...-.....1.......mlI-mm..........--...-...U.........-nm...1H..1...yH--.lm-,...-..,.....v..--I ..mm.......V-.U..l..-..v...-...........-...H mm-.....m.....l..J ......'...-..-......,....-.1....V.-..................m.................................. E : w E : A ' , Y 5 5 1 1 1 1 : E E 0 Y - E E K . . L. . J V, . , ks . V , . - ... . . : 5 E 5 5 . : : 1 - I . . 1 E : E E 1 , . .mn-n....m.. 4.I--1.-I-mmmmlummm--U mm... Y' ' un-mummuum.1mlIII-1-u1uHummum.-m--H-.fmmm ' , ma 7 1 , ,, - wv . . . . . U Y v Y . ' 77 um-vmyI.1mm.HH.....................l....II-..V.mu.-............H.V,...............n-I--nm 1 f J . . . 1 . ' 1 1 -1 , ,. 1 . A rv, -L - . A THE BULKELEY WHALER--1947 nmnmInInnfnunI:ummmuumm:nnumnnuumnnnnn 2 Skipper! NEW fN5LANDS UHOU5 SHORE DINNER WHARF QAN A C ONNECYICU7 MYSYIC NU 2,2 L.. Page one hundred forty nme - Y I 1 D. 1. T6 :..,- ,- , 1 , ,X ' . 9 E N . ,A f I ,1 x F 5 : ,fffzf i 1 , - L 5 -1 ' : ' , Q , la- - .4 1 f, if ,E L. iT : THE BUIKELEY WHAILR 1941 C ONTPI INII' NTw OI ROBERT N TAYLOR M D COMPI IVIFINTS OF IOMPLIMENTQ OF PERRY 8. STONE Sulsman 8. Sulsman INC Iexxele1 Smce 1860 fharle bu man I eph SUI man 'I' f 2? 'la 291, State St R1ce I nas an accountmt on a duck farm Jordan Was the work ha1d'7 Rue N0 All I d1d was count the bllls NEW IONDON 1391 CAROLE CLEANERS AND DYERS 231 Hoxmrd St New London Conn Keep Thls Place IH Mmd A Bettel One IS Hald to Fmd Making of Flne Prlnhng Presses Since 1882 BABCOCK PRINTING PRESS CORPORATION NEVI LONDON CONN Page one humlied fzffy Y N I- 4 A J T ..... . .. ,. ....,.,...............,.,.....,..n..I....H.y......nv.,...-1.I.,..nn.I.1--......,.yH........n.....nm-v--A--Immm . E Y , 1 rw 1- Z X A 4 A s S 0 : A' v n L - -T.....1-.mmIUnmHnIm..-........-..m.m E E 2 w E y W Y w 2 E J R 5 f 1 A 4 . 5 : E Q 0 E 5 E E I a - : Z : v - 5 : : Q : , 1 , . 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Monroe: Did you hear about the mys- te1 of the yy oolen swelter NI I INo Bud I lllllll OIIIOG, ,oy I unr1yel y 11n O Coldstem I 1m a pllot IH Bulkeley Pume1ant1 Whxt do you do o c steln 71 e e1e lf 111 e the1e O Slgn on the left 1ea1 of 1 truck Pas slng s1de Slgn on the r1ght slde u1 e1de OO Knowles A1e you poqltlye Whel 1n Only fools a1e posltlye Knoyyles Are you S1118 Whelan Im pos1t1ye O Jenmngs Hoyy long can mm l Wltl"lOLlt bl uns' Elklns I dont know Hoyv old e you? O fool out ot a man 111 ten mlnutes Leandrl But thlnk of those ten mm Utes O NI3.lCl'ldIlt The1es '1 mm w ho 1s Sdld to haye a good head 011 h1s shouldexs Kalman Ye 1h 1nd a d1ffe1e11t one eye1y mght O 1 Oltllft Bc1e1 you had be Ll tl e up pool betole tdklllg' my Llllllsh lgdlll Bobe1 Hoyy come M1 OlCUtt To 1n1p1oye KONI hug 1 O N11 HRIIIN Th1s sentente my fathe1 had money would be past te11se VN hat ten e yy ould you be us111g 1t you sud my fathe1 has money JUIIIOI P1ete11se Heard during 1n argument: Carver: L1sten Im r1ght I ought to know Don t I go to sehool stupld ' Bosko Yes and you eome home the same way O NI Sh xy An unde1t1ke1 w as run doyyn by a car and k1lled NI111ault He dldnt mtke any money o11 that lol: Mr Shay No As 1 m xtter of fact he yy ent 111 the hole O H Wh1te W hy alellt you gomg steady " DuBo1s I want to g1ye all the gIIlS a hre 1k O Mr Pasquale Hoyy m my bo s a1e there 111 the Wh 1le1 Room Co1pol1 I'1V9 s11' M1 P isquale Th tt s too many H :ye h 1If of them get out O Teufel A l1e neye1 passed my IIDS Izeshm 1n I hxye notlced that you O 1 Pasquale He talks IH h1s sleep 1 1' Archlbald R 1lly Pasquale Yes he IBCIIEGCI 111 el1 s today OO Mmnueel yy hv eleet11e eh111 A111stos Why ' XIIINILIQCI Bet 111 e end ot 1 sentence 1 perlod l1ke the eomes It e 0 O -X eeltun Bulkeley te1ehe1 has been cl1ss1t1ed :JB 111 the d11ft The tlye B stxnd 101 Blfocals Bald head Budge XKOIK Bay XXIHCIOXX a11d BLIDIOII 0 NI1 Peck ll ho told you to put those tloyyels O11 NI1 A1ch1bald s desk F1eshm111 NI1' A1ch1bald S11 NI1 Peek Pretty a1ent they Pugt 111 I 1 H uv r 1 . 11 Z 2 I . , , . , -111 H '- ' ' 1 5 - C . 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'Y ' ., H . 1 Y' A .I 1 1 -4 1' . - ' 1'3" f 1 1 hum red fifty-om' THE BUIKPI EY WHALER 1947 Outstanding Mens Apparel C ONIPLINIENTQ OF Harry s Mans Shop MAURICE GRUBNER U1 State qt INFW LONDON COKIN COMPLIMENTS Ol DR ALEC R SHAPIRO FOSTER K SISTARE Tookex Wh It IS a rale xolume Bemenutl A book that 18 letulned aftel Nou hfue loaned It to someone COMPLIMENTS OI VICTORY THEATRE PHOINE 0051 CORDIAL INK ITATION TO ALL Always Good Show s at Model ate Puces 13 State Street New London CYNTHIA FLOWER SHOP B ttel and Mo1e FIONNGIS fox L 88 BIOZIO Stleet Te 9 2899 Illge mt Illllff zlfy IN EXT LON DON, CONN 1 Y A J 1 A 'i .. ........... .....,,....,.,......,...,...............,,.................. H... ................',.,......,..,.. ........,.......... . , . . .. E E ' 9 - v Q Q , , . . .L 3 5 5 E I 5 I K - 5 Y ' ,Y ' ' 5 3 4 A , A A . I 1 1 I : : lllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllll E Q , : 3 1 . Q .....................yfm.....-mnmnm...........m.H...-..-.....,......... ......1...H : .mf H....H-I.IH..-ul-mu-mn....--...nl ...Hum -----1 -- H . 'N . . fw - C x . v ' - U . ' 1 - - 1 J . v . v 4 ' . H 1 ' 1 7 .- Y v 7 v 1 1' ,- Y . ca e . I Y 1 i essay 1' Ill I-'I y"' -tu' THE BULKFLFY WHAI ER 1947 Let Us Place Your Educational Trlp For You KAPLANS LUGGAGE SHOP AND TRAVEL BUREAU In Yew London S Com LINIENTS OI T A R N Y S GRIMES CLEANERS A Man s Store 77 Bank Stleet Phone 4491 Teufel Whx do xou call XULII LIII fuend P1Ig11m COMI LINIENTb OI MARVEL SHOP JOHN ELION Colleqldte Shoes 170 Qtm St Nux Iondon 111 St ltt t Klux I umimm CONIII INIENTS OI W T GRANT COMPANY State Stleet Nev London Conn Inj one lzzmd Cd V My tzrcc J A J Y A 4 '-' I I 0 E I I It' I , I .- 2 5 A A ' 5 I ll I ll . U ' v f V . y' . .' , ' ,-.' 'V' DuBois: "Because every time I see her I make progress. E E J . LI I ', I - L.. E 2 ' C . XI' ' A E E 5 7 2 ' S . I - ' . I , v . L 1 4 A O O ' ff' 1' 1 - I THE BULKFI EY VSHAI ER 1947 BRANN O PRINTS 87 L111o11 St NEW LONDON COYIN Tdcphone N L '7 00.14 White Prlntlng Blue Prlntlng Photocopying Macro Fllmlng Docto1 Ill exdmme xou fO1 S310 00 Stone C 0 .ahead It xou fmd It Ill glxe xou h llf COINIPLIINIFINTS OF Altlllll RICCI H11 ld IVIOIQ1 The National Plumbing Groton Motor Co ou 1 11 IXLl1dl L I ualantnecl R01 Il 110111 306 Bank gt Telephcm 21833 NEVV LONDON CORN Burlgc St CIOIOI1 Conn CONIPLINIEINTS OF MR and MRS B KAPLAN an HARRIS KAPI AN CI ASS OF 1942 GEORGE KAPLAIN CI ASS OF 1941 Page one hund ed fzfty four Y , , , 1 J 4 l iT I 5 - - 2 , . . 5 v v v ' Q 5 1 1 , 1 . S Y . - , x 1 rl - f , 1 . . 1.. E I I I Q . . . . 1 Q . . 0 . :Inl-4InuI-Iu.InvII1IInHIIInnlmuuuI1uHIInIunImnnIIII-1I1HHI41lvIIIII-1I1.IuII-HI-mnfum-uumuuvnunn . ,, as s ,, ' , , H K , Ac 2 I 1 ' t, ' L 9 Y' Y 7 Z H K...............,......... ....,. .... .................................,............................. ....... 1 ........ ,. ..... . .... ..... .... .. ......... , . 1 ' Q ' ' ' " 2 'o 1 'ash 5 1 0 5 5 5 E ' E : Laml C1115 B gli, Sold 2111 ' 15.2-cl - 9 - - ui- ' -A 1 . 5 E 1 : : 1 1 ,, , X, Y Y 5 Q A ' ' ' Q E 150 " 1' . 1' , 1.III-HI1.IIIIHInII.4IIIIHI1-.mfnmulmmu-I-mt... .11 I mn - Z ....11....mummnmvummtnu -- I- I 'ummm-. um .. ................. ........ . ........ .....,.. ...... . 5 Y 1 1 1 : 1 , . . . 1 A J , 1 T I' A , J .,..... ..... ...,......... ...............,............. ..., ...,... ....., ..,...1 .........,.. ..,..,..... .... .,........ .,...., ,............,............. . . 2' ' - THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 - 4 n 1 l f COMPLIMENTS OF THE HUDSON SHOP f h ules hum Theodole hum iss of Class of 4 TRAGGIS AN D TRAGGIS Home Stxle Ice Cleam Tabtw Salads and Qandxnlehes Llght Lunches 119 193 B1oad Street New London Conn Oppos1teW M I Solomon I used to be fl chdmhermald m a prmtlng, shop lVIllIclXXSk1 W hat did xou dol 'Solomon I changed the sheets CONIPLINILNTQ or THE DAIRY BAR Un Huntmgtfm St CONIPLINIILNTS Ol MORRIS HAUSS CAPITOL CLEANERS cmcl DYERS lb P mk St Xluw London Ihone 9041 We Call md Dehxel Gould s Youth Shop St ltl NU L A Complete QtO16 Dex oted Exclu 11 eh to Teen -Xppalel Page one hundred jzfty fur . mumul-m..--I --m-mum...mm....1HH-mm-.....-.-..-....um.......-.......H..-....H...... 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' BULKELEY CIRCULATION: SPOTTY PUBLISHED BY STAFF EDITOR: LEE NEWFIELD EDITOR: RAY PETERSEN SOURCES: IMAGINATION SENSE OF HUMOR BULKELEY TO COMPETE WITH WNLC Bulkeley Schools radio station to be know as XBS with a power output of 50000000 kilowatts intends to squeeze WNLC out of the country In fact if the maior networks don t step up their power they will find themselves diowned out a so Station XBS will broadcast all Bulke ley athletic activities with which WNLC does not have time to bother and people of Norwich will have to listen to Bulkeley games as WNOC with its N F A broad casts will be forced to move to Europe The Bulkeley student body has given its full support to the xenture and with this ty pe of backing XBS will soon be the number one radio and television station of the vxorld DOPEY PROSH Although it has been suspected for some time it was iust announced yester dax by the headmaster that our freshmen we1e so dopey because Goldstein and Hendel had been selling them articles in order to make enough money to live M1 Troland has not yet determined Just what plan was used but now that the truth is known we expect big things from the DO YOU HAVE Flat Feet Dandruff H3l1tOSlS B O or K H ' See ED COPPOLA Cady ertisementb Page one hundred fifty six W. 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GIRLS DEMORALIZING -STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council today issued a statement to the effect that scholastic tandards at Bulkeley are dangerously low The Faculty Council wants to lovser the passing grade to 30 says President St. Cermain but vsith my authority I think that I can get it up to Undei the Student Councils new plan no average under 98 will be Consid 61 ed for the honor roll The Council blames W M I girls for the demoralizlng effect they have had on our more studious and aspiring members The Council proposes a barricade around W M I to eliminate this evil The student body is as alwavs 10096 behind their Council GOLDSTEIN GOES TO ZOO FOR JOKES Dr Jack Goldstein popular wit and re search scholai has been doing intensive in ork at the Bronx Zoo for the past three months in an attempt to incorporate new iokes in the 1947 Whalei so as to elimi nate aping Jack beliewes that students will ac claim his effort as the greatest achieve ment of mankind since Adam and Eve When asked to vshat he owed his success he is quoted as saying My Jokes are a different fiom others as a one winged bird is from a two winged bird it s a 1 ference of a pinion fRefer to the 1m mortal book J Do vou toss at night? Do you haue ti ouble getting to sleep? Do studies bother you? If so act at once Eat one of our DELUXE SANDWICHES No mole tossing' No more turning' You Just lie there Cady ertisementl 5 H I F . , ic , 97 ' 1 li . 1 , V . 80 99 , ' 9 Y , . . - - L , - Y. ' . , - , , . , . . . . . . ' s , , , . . . u Y ' l , . . . . . 1 ' ' 1 ' ' - ' K - n t s , . p , 7 - .Lai - . . . 7 , , . . . ' L I ' 1 A . . I - ' 7 , ' ' ' is , Y n 1 7 v 7 - f 7 , . , - . Y . - . KK 7, 1 ' . ' , - r . . K 1 . ' ' I I . , v ' ' K6 ' V . . , ' S , sa rr - . ' . I - ' I ' 7 ' . 1 n Q o , a . .- f - , d f. ' Q . . . 5 n 4 1 ' K 7 - - ...........-......................................H......I...........................-............... 9 E ' E Class of 1950 next year. , . - 5 ........................,......................................................................-.... g I - E E ' S Z ' 1 ' 5 5 1 v v ' 'J E 2 E : . : I . . E E v ' E S . 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' I ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,H,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,H : BULL ETIN THE ROVER BOYS EDITOR REVEALED AS DOPESTER When xou see what appears to be a clgarettc chooplng from the lnnocent l1ps of our boy edltor don t be fooled Slnce 1t1S xxell known that the office of the headmastcr frovx ns upon smoklng tobacco xvrthln the sacred walls of old Bulkeles our edltor has taken to smoklng corn sllk No communlque from the Off1C6 has ever banned corn s1lk and Ed who knows hls law IS fully w1th1n h1s rlghts As he sald ww hen 1I1t9I'V19W6d yesterday I real ly prefer a certaln popular brand even though they don t g1V6 you that extra l1ft but orders are orders BENVENUTI PROPOSES ATOMIC CAR Don Benxenut1 has contacted leadmg Detrolt automoblle manufacturers 1n an attempt to sell them some of the orrgmal atom1c features of hls new car Last year durmg the gasoline short age I used my own fuel of whole gram alcohol derlx ed from a natlonally knoxxn breakfast food says Don How dld the englne take 1t' he was asked I purred l1ke a kltten he sald and asked for more It s not always the car but the people who run lt Sometlmes a car de xelops an 1nfer1or1ty complex road shx ness and stubbornness and must be coax ed by sexeral xxlllmg hands preferably of the farrer sex Don s car can be recognlzed bx 1ts col leglate deslgn and smgular structure xx hlch lesembles an egg on a raft A POEM fThat s rlght a poeml Rlchard xx ent to open the door He thought txx as a mlschlex ous boy But standmg outs1de 1mpat1entlv xx as Guess who" I ll tell xou Krhoy' KH E P 485 NEWS OLD NEW LUNCH PLAN Prom the OfflC6 of our headmaster to claw came 1 terse bulletxn announclng a nexx plan for lunch modeled after that of the Watertown Hlgh School The plan xx ould allot two hours from 11 00 to 1 00 for th actual buslness of eatlng and d1 gestmg From 1 00 to 2 00 the students would be free to attend W M I or to sleep 1n the gym Where cots Wlll be erect ed Dlsmlssal IS scheduled for 2 051n ac cordanc xx1th the old plan A selected staff of teachers Wlll act as xxalters for the convenlence of the stu dents Faculty detalls w1ll be asslgned to the coke machmes as trouble shooters and others wlll wash the dlSh9S No tlps xull be expected as the teachers accordmg to the pol1t1c1ans are notorlously over pald EDITOR FAVORS PUBS FOR PUPILS Our ace Whaler editor from room 17 has gone on record as supportlng the fac He proposes several posslble locatlons for the bars among these belng Dean Hjort land s offlce the chemlstry lab and the prlvate offlce of the Mlghty Potentate Charles Dart Our edltor seems to think that an occa S1Ol1?tl spree ls good for the soul As he so aptly exc lalms Ish good for you Cause It makes the hall grow on vour chest Your 6dltOl trled to locate Bulkeley School s belox ed Lush yesterday but late last mght when he was found ln a xx ell knoxxn nlght spot he xxas unable to make a further statement NOTE The ce1ta1n popular brand and the natlonally knowxn breakfast food mentloned on th1s page d1d not pay for ads that s why they dldn t get any Page rme hundred fzfty seven - . . xc 'Y , . , , . V V . , . V ., 7 ' Y . . v , - 1 v ' v - ' , , , ., . . , , , V V V V D . . .- . . V, c . K g ' a Q Q J ' H H ' Y ' 'A v 9 ' ' ., ' V I V' K, . . x : - . V . . ,, 0 V. V , V . 1 ' ! ' ! , . . V . . - 7 VV . V . . if Y! ' . . 7 . . , 1 ' , 1- IK ' 77 ' Ax ' ' ' K - . V . N u 1 1 1 'K ' V 7 CK ,Y V ,,, ,, . ulty plan of a tavern on every floor . . . .,, ,, . . . . , . I . t , , - ' nr ' cs, lv ' , . , . , . . 1, , L 1 1 . , . . . V ' K , k uv' . . . . - . , I Sk, A - . .V V . . sl L K 7 , , . ., V V . ,, V , , V ,, . . ., . . . . . V ,, " ' K . 1 ! , li Y! v 1 1 x y 1 v v ' , 7 , . k 7 , ! , V . . V V 2 4 . ' v . V. . . V V , . V , 'X 9 VY , Y 1' I ' . . 7 v v ' 7 . r ' L ' THE BULKELEY WHALER-1947 COBIIWIMICNTS O1-' v-....mmru-um-mlm..-.H. .. NEW LONDON AND MOHEGAN DAIRIES INC GRADE A MILK Phone 9021 75 Jeffelson AX snue NEW LONDON CONN Keele: Do you beuexe 1n club fol women? JCl1l11l12,S Onlx when kmdmss falls Page on NASSETTA BROS 8. COMPANY Sash, Doors, Blinds Cabinets, E'rc Woodworkmg 154 Thfxme Qt QRQSICIGTICQQ 1-11 gh m St Head of Ham1lt0H St Tel b 3 Pes Tel 6031 e hundled fifty ezglt COMPLIMEINTS OF PUMERANTZ CLASS OF 1941 Besf Washes 'ro 47 Whaler I 0 ll ll . E "'- .kv '3 ' .TC : O" ' f ' ' s." Q ROBERT CPunchJ O ' 5 1' ' S x . .U 5 5 ll o . T377 - L . . y . - . I THE BVLKELEY WHALER-1947 FOR FAMOUS NAMES IN FURNITURE HENDEIHS 219 BANK ST. NEW LONDON, CONN. NI S SERVING SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WITH BOTTLED OAS THE HENDEL PETROLEUM CO if 1 PIIOQ 'I 2-1746 'k 'A' M" Offiu- 'md Pl' I 6-1tN-kP-1W't'r'-It . Ph L-ll 'I THE BULKELEY WHAI ER 1947 CONIPI IWIFNTS Ol JOE DARROW COVIPLIMENTS OF TURNERS FLOWERS Ineumme and Real Fetate SHOP INC 9 1 State Stleet 9 O NEW LONDON CONV l Mr Pasquale Tell me one Of the ueee Of .4 Louhlde Newfleld It holdq the Ovs together BLUE MEADOWS THAMES RIVEP BRIDGE APPROACH ROUTE 1 NEW IONDON CONN PHONE 9300 Catering to Banquets, Porfles, Weddings Page one hundred nasty 1 , I - J 'T- : A 1 A A4 A E 1 1 E E 5 I ' 0 " . . : 2 5 -" A . NEW LONDON. CONN. 27 Mam Str et . h fflce Tel. 149' Q . A - Q Home Tel. 2-1217 , me - f . Y ' rr . ' , ll . 4 V !!K . . A x, V . E J s ' l l l THE BULKEIPY WVHALER 1947 New London s Most Infereshng Newspaper NEW LONDON LIFE 1610 State Stud Phones 3337 32358 QOH PLINIE N TS OI TILLOTSON DABIILIS IR Cl ASS O19 23 ROBERT DANIIEIS CI ASS OF 40 THOMAS DAYII1 I S CIASS OF 47 PROLOC L If Tune of Nl O T H F R th1 tlunk thex hdnclecl to lls the -Ks we t11ed to t he the L in thex tlecl to rn 1111 the useles ple 1s we m llxe l Ill 1lw Us throw te ll s 111 1 th xolu who 1 XXf,1f,,l'll1s pow 1111 Spelln 1 pl 1111 IX t s on XOUI 1 1 hlaoucl Tl1e ong thit w1ll weep the tloox He swallowed hls watch -Xml now the watch IN gone He w zlks nlong the street T1me marches on XX h ilelhl tzouble Ad1m h ul No m 111 111 flax of xore Could ax when -Xclam crxcked 1jOkt? 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I Lots of fellows haye good looklng glrls but It s the lce man yvho has hxs plck O Algebra1c Eplsode CM A NJ B V DJ S O S O M1 Olcutt Leaye the room McGa1 ry VS hy " Mr Orcutt You cant take It w1th you O She Do you want to see where I was operated on" Gorra feagerlyl Yes She Well we re only two blocks from the hospltal O Mr Attwlll There s a fly ln my soup What s the meanlng of lt" Darrow Don t ask me Im a wa1te1 not a fortune teller O Ad 1n a newspaper For rent Unfurnlshed 2 room apart ment wxth bath located at the end of 8th street O Thxs story comes from the deep South A clergyman was playlng a two some yv1th a layman frlend As the game grew pretty hot the frlend teed a f1ne shot The clergyman stepped up swung at hIS own ball and mlssed He glared for a full mlnute and then approached the tee agam Doctor sald h1s frlend that was the most profane sllence that I have eyer heard O Kalman How dld you get that flat tlre G90I'g169 Kaplan I ran over a m1lk bottle Kalman Couldnt you see lt' Kaplan No the k1d had It under hxs coat O Teacher Parse the yvord klss DaV1S Th1s word IS a noun but IS commonly used as a conjunctlon It IS never declmed and more common than proper It IS not verv slngular 1n that It IS usu llv used IH the plural It agrees yvlth me O O Mr Orcutt What IS unaware 9 Tooker The flrst thmg that you put on 1n the mornlng and the last thmg that you take off at nlght Page one hundred s1xfy tuo An old Scotsman was smoklng IH the w a1t1ng roo n of a rallroad statlon The porter sald to hxm Don t you see that slgn on the yy all No smoklng allowed " Yes I do replled the Scot but hoyy can I keep all of your rules' That slgn oyer there says Wear Jenella COISQIS O Smlth got malfled The evenlng of h1s fxrst payday he gaye hxs yylfe S14 00 ot hls 3515 00 salary and kept only one dol lar for hlmself But the second payday Smlth gave h1s Wlfe S1 00 and kept the rest for hlmself Why John she saxd How can I manage on S1 00 for a whole week? Darned lf I know he Sald I dld It last week and had a pretty rotten tlme O A young lawyer pleadlng hlS flrst case had been retamed by a farmer to prose cute a rallway company for k1ll1ng twen ty four hogs He wanted to lmpress the 1ury wlth the magmtude of the mjury Twenty four hogs Gentlemen twenty four Twlce the number there are 1n the 1ury box 0 And now sald Mr Harrls w1ll some candor? Davles My pop had a pretty secre tary but when mother saw her he can or O Dad Now ch1ldren tell me who has been the most obed1ent and done every thlng Mother told h1m to do all week? Chorus You Dad O Young v1s1tor to Bulkeley I would hke to see someone Wlth a httle author 1 St Germaln What can I do for you' I have as httle authouty as any body 0 Heseltlne lpreparlnff to start h1S f1rst boat trlpl Tell me doctor what should I do lf I get sea s1ck'? M D Don t worry You ll do It O Herllhy I yv1sh that I had a mckel for every glrl that I klssed Chappell What would you do buy a pack of gum? O Father Young man thls 1S the sec ond tlme that I have caught you huggmg and klsslng my daughter Hoyy IS lt" DuBo1s Its great slr really great I , If I ' . .' . I I ' . . ,N . - L .L . ' Y . . I . . u O O - ' , an 9 . . - ,I 4. ' K V 9 99 c K ll !? , ' gg I v i l '7 7 1 Q Q " L' I . K 7 Y 1 Y v 4 9 , yy . . . H , H V., . . . . ,. ,. It 9 H ' 0 0 .i . H , ' . . . . I . .' Y ,,' . . kv Y . Ya . u G C I I V' .V - , ll , ,K , ' ,, 4 Q nk . . ' v . U , 19 . ' . . ' " as 99 ' as , as 9 , , . . ' 9 ' Y YY ' l! , , ' tl ' 77 ' Cl ' ' O 0 ' ' . . . H , . Y .H Q ' . . ,, ' O O , cc 9 . 9 - , I I ' ' . l . I -- I 77 , . C - 0 o ' ' . ' H u Z Q. . .9 . . I a L ' " ll 9 ' 9 9 ' !! ' . ' 7? O O O O ' KI if ' ' ll ' I ' Y where golf addxcts can st1ll swing a club: one give us a sentence using the word ' 99 ' ' -. , sa Y . . . Y - , , ' d 77 , . - O O ' - U ' 1 1 l . , , . a x . 4' 7- ll Y! v ' 'Y ' if 1 , , ,', 9 K 9 I ' Y , as 99 99 ' ' ' ' O O O O - - , 66 u it l v 1 u n ' . , . '99 W it H ' , n - 99 . . ' - H ' : u 9 - 299 ' , 'I D. v H ' . H . . .Y ' . ' - 9 O 0 . 99 . . . . o 0 ' . f- C, V , u 4 - 9 73 . I . , ,, , ' ' L n u ' . U ' ' '- , cc 9 9 - 99 ' Y Q -a n q - O O ' Y . . H . . I . . . , y H ' . 2 ' . , . ff ', ' .77 . 99 U Y O O O , as ' , A y 9 99 , U ' ' , 1 - I D H . . Y . , . , . . 1 . L. V Y . . ,, v ' 99 9 , an 9 9 7 99 E . . . . , . , L , . - I THE BU LK ELEY WHALER-1947 . 1 11... 1. 1-1-1... ...1..- 11.1.1 . . WALTER L SPENCER P01 t1 zut Comme1c1al Phot0Q1C1phe1 Ntmtt IL1 N I IONIIPON CO N 1 71th AI1HlX6ISdlX Cl Comphmentx I JOSEPH BECKER MD QIASS OP 11111 11. 11.111.11.111 1 . . . 1. 1. UNION Stems STORE DI-XNIONDS II ATCHFS JFIVELPX Clothes tm the Elltllt I 1m1l1 I III NN HERBERT O CPANDALL NSURAN CE DIIWART BLILDINC INPW I ONDON CONN 11 hu l h 11 th 1t mu 11111 td houkex 110m sthool t du t pl 1 b etI11Il H1411 hf1t N 1 IL mot L1 tlhl N g, h to plow tom LIMENTS OF SULLIVAN MOTOR IX SLILEL T ILIIIIOIIQ JIIIII QONIPLINIILNTS OF C 8. S MOTORS N ASH SALFQ and SERVICE Hx Gmde LQed Cdlq CONIPI IMENTS OF CHEZ ARNOLD PASTRX SHOP mc ICI1 CI1IL AM BAI1 111 Pfmk St NIWI IONDON CONN DAMAS MUSIC STUDIO L 11h11 1 NXI11111 I1 IIIII Bam 111111 It ne 1 1h 1 S IN NI LIIIIDIQ St 1tL Tmhph 1119 If e I ' I . E ' . . 1 . E 1 1 . - 1 . A - ' E E I gh" I ' ' v. fi ' 1 ?Lf Stwlu -' '11 - TI: 11I111110 HV72 .'I'IX' 1 I .' ' TDI- 5414 Kmluk 1.'m',hing. 135 Iii Ii St. - Nm- ' I.f1111lr111, 011111. 1 111111 1 11ll11111111l1llllllllllll 11111114111 11111 11 1111111 113 E 11111111lll11lI1lh1ll111ll11H1111 1 1111111I111111I11111Il11111111lIllIlll1111111 ...- . v 1.55 E E E E O It . - , - 2 2 W Y 1 . 0 E E L L I Q a E 5 4 , 5 1, , , , H 2 1 1 v . v , 4 1 1 1 -... 2 E 1 1 - . f 1 . - M t vp " C1 1 1 L' L " 11 aj 11 nj ns- 1' - " X C 1 W. Z "T - 1 I 1, h1', 111111 h1'1 s il .'L1'111 f ot Us 1 '11t.' .. .......................,............,....................,...,......... ., .......... .. . . .............. ....,.............................................. . 1 3 , ,Y E E 1 ' X' A A 2 I A J CO. - 5 z I 5 E '1 1 1 1 1 1 O J I A In 1' ' -I . 151-Ia-' '1 11 1 71 'F fl ' 1 .' ' ff. .... .............,.............,.. ..,,..,.,...............,, ............... . . . ....................,.......,....................................,.............. N 1 v A . . 11 E E E T11 1 -' 1111 llruns ami .'.'1 I 1111- 2 IM-11 -1' for Ma' ' I Ins 1 111111: ' O' T' O' I l'1111111Ic1te I.i1 1 of Ac' sswivs . A L, 11, 11, 3 3 v ' Q Bl"I 1,1 'l . 1 I . 11 ' ces .' ' - ' - 2 1511 1 -Sr. 1- 1 2-1:-1:37 'IQ1 111111 111111111111x1'.1'f11-tl THE BULKI' LEY WHALER 1947 BEST OP IUC'Ix TO BLI KELEX F1 om BILL WHELAN RAI PETERSEN THE SUPERSOIXIC AFOMICS OF POOM 11 COMPLIMEINTS OF COMPLINIENTS OI' If HN1 GORRA 47 HAROLD WHITE 1 TOWI PAI MER 47 Lo Edltor 1947 Whalel LARRY BARRETT 48 COMPLIMENTS OF Peck fFront Seat Boyj Pugsley and Bosko CBack Seat Boysj Best Wlshe to the lacultx B111 Ryan and John Reagan COMPLIMENTS OF You Cant S55 N0 To E E O Lee Newfleld and Bob Flanagan LeROY WINTERS 47 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF Bob Plckett B111 Fntz Rlchard D11sco1l 47 John Massad Thomas Cax roll 47 Class of 1947 COMPLIMENTS OF THE GOLDUST TWINS Class of 48 Speed Novltch L Hendel THE DON T LOSE IT BOYS Chlck Hendel Jlm DUBOIS Johnnv Pescatello Jel 1y Teufel B111 Walsh 1 4 1 W J -. . , ..,........................,................. . .... . .......... .. ................................. .. .................,......... . . W ' 7' V 1 1 ' J 1 l A . 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IONDON CONN We call xour fzttentlon to the follomng outstandlng textures ot ou school Q of th Fne Honor 'Nu xl Schools Ill the Coun IN Fullx xcueclxtecl icademltallx fox fou1 yeal Hlgh School t mee and 6 S gl xl 130 cxdtts flom mfxnv state enrolled t 3 L nt X3V'l.l 1l11ll and unlfolm Sprnt Vwtll tlnned xncl QXDQIILIILGII faculty 'xttliflllttl lnunlrel of New l'ng,l1ncl o leg.,t Cel tltn ite Bo url 1 lllllllg cn famou choonu X nnlxce SLIHIIHQI Seselon for Hlgh qchool CI9Cl1t Ax ulable to Bullxelex Students LOLIIHLL x u to Q fr llll"ttlOll Lommmnder Palmer A Nllee L f Cretlre Superintendent Prederlck D Iex ber A B NI L S He ldml ter COMPLIWTENTS OI' The Class Undertaker FldIlClS Nlmault 48 QOMPLIVIFNITS OI JIM TRAINER 47 HARRY WILLING 47 At least I thmk these lokes, are tunnw JACK GOLDSTEIN Humol Edltox 47 Whaler COMPLINIENTS OI' NATE AN D PAP 1947 Aggh We I6 Not Lo ong, F01 Thu School D PETERSON R ELKINS THE FIREBUGS D BQIBGHLIEI P CANCIO A Eldudee Page one hundred sztty fue f J .- IIIllllllllllllllllllnllllIlllAIIIIIAIIIlllllllllllllll JllllllllllhllllIlllllllllllhlllllIIIIYlllllIllAllllIlllllllllvlldlhllllllhllilll E 5 A 2 .............................l............................... 2 5 . . - - 7 . 3 : A JA 5 ll ll 1 1 f Q 5 . 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A E E 0 u E E A ' - . . - E E ' Q I 5 : I IllIllllIllIlIIIll'lIUlIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllll THI' BUI KLI EY WHAI ER 1947 KONIPIINIPNTSOI UNION PRINTING CO H Book and COITHTLGICIAI Plllltlllg GROTON LUMBER CO W1'U"1Sl Millwork INEVI LONDON CONN Mason Supplies LOMPLIMFNTS OI .I3IlCl1.,L St CIOIOII Conn A J Phone 5309 M D Debange Whx ale xou xxeallng, glasses on xoul neck Nunei The doctor told me to galgle ms throat MORECRAFT CORPORATION Nianufactulels of STEEL CONSTRUCTION TOYS QThe Tox That Glowe Wlth the Bovj Qhulch and L mon Ste New London Conn J S SILVERSTEIN 8. SONS REAI TORS O O O Real Estate ITlSLlldI1C6 183 , 11163116112-111 Stxeet Tel 768o New London, Conn Res 2 6261 lllmmll 1.-mum nn IInmmmmmmul- Page one 112411111671 su fy 911: . -In -ml .H -unmul-nn.. 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A H CHAPPELL COMPANY Coal Coke Lumhe1 Bu1ld1ng Mateuals STIGIXXIH W1l113mS Palnt Headqualtels 208 Bank Stleet Phone 3311 Pg hddfy Serum, New London for ox Q1 80 xear A JA. I I ,, as -, - Hy ' ' . U ' 1 , , ry . . . ....... ... .....................................................,...... ... ........., ... ...................... ..,........ ....... ...... .... .................... . 1 1 E E 5 E . . . 3 : 1 ...........................,..f 5........................................ ....................................... O O I O - - . - . . . . . . . " 1 . . . Y . r , . .,. , , , e un re slx -eight THE BI'LKEI,ICY WHALER-1947 1 1..1.1.1111.11.1.1111.1111111.11.11111.111111111..11..11..111111.11111.111.111111.1111111111111.11.1111111.1111..11.1.1.11.11.11111111111. 1.1111111111 1.11.1 4. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND ir P Q .tell um IU e cn lel 1 flx Q ih hughxx u JOHN H ROCKHOLZ PII1MBIhC mum XTINC E J MURPHY INC 104 H1111 Qtlut FORD CARS AND TRUCKS 9-XI FS AND QIMHX ICE CI' Xl INF FORD PARTS T9 Q61-1 Pug el fidsty era rv: "It lakes h lwis of Huis to hold 21 val' twgzthf-1'.', H. II- 1 1 : "Azul mr Im' rm- to Si'2l1ti'l' it all favor v 'f . Y 1 ' v v w v N A ,, I 'I I A AI A I I U O - . 2' . 'H Y W ' i ' 1 X A 4 Ak A - A.. 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