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

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DEDICATIO To a teache1 who N eve1 xx 1ll1ng to 3SS1St us 1n ou1 Qcholastm endeavo1s To a teache1 Whose unde1stand1ng of youth 1S of the depth that enables h1m to evaluate then anne and 1n dO1Hg so help plan the11 futule l1V9S To a teache1 whose 1nte1est 1n the academ1c Held 1eflects a contlnulng desne to p1Om0t9 the best ln t619StS of the Clase of 1950 We the Staff dedlcate thls twenty second ed1t1on of The Bulkeley WHALER to RUSSELL WHITE HARRIS . , . , . L . .. k 9 . . . . . . K9 . . . . 9 a . . . . . - . . . " L 7 7 7 . 0 1' I 44 1 3 5 Pagesix Page seven MEMORIAM When Homer K Underwood Headmaster of Bulkeley School for nearly a quarter of a century from 1921 to 1944 withdrew from his position for reasons of health he left a void in this famous landmark of education to be filled onlv with difficulty To have the honor of seeing this School grow progressively in plant enrollment equipment faculty and scholastic standards under his supervision IS a satisfacion to one who labors ln edu cation All this was an achievement of Homer K Underwood To have had the unique privilege of inspiring for good thousands of boys who have over this period come under his influence to have molded them by the force of his personality in the direction of higher light to have roused them to noble ambition bv the example of his own scholarly attainments is a compensation that lingers in the memory of one who works in the in terest of the young This is both a benison for those who receive and a reward for the one who gives The qualities which endeared Mr Underwood to his former students and faculty members alike are many and admirable One was his sense of Justice No student could say that his case was not heard a Just decision rendered His tolerance was a conspicuous characterlstlc remembered by his bovs Sympathv for these in difficulty and understanding of the problems of boy and teacher alike marked Mr Underwood s unswerving routine His uniform kindness never vacillating but deep bound those who shared his labors with bonds of attachment and loyalty Bulkeley School was dear to the heart of Mr Underwood One might say that it became a part of his being He was ever inspiring his boys with pride in thelr Alma Mater and firing them with a desire to win new laurels for school and country. He was thrilled with joy when his boys returned with symbols of excellence whether from the playing field the halls of learning or the world of affairs. Cultured scholarly genial kindly himself he wished all boys to find in Bulkeley a place of happiness and an atmosphere conducive to their growth in the direction of aspiring and useful men. The long roster of successful sons of Bulkeley are a testimony and an answer to his fondest hopes. Mr. Underwood lived in the love and esteem of his former students and from his near-by home in Prospect Street he could still behold the institu- tion of which he had been a great part and feel that the Bulkeley Spirit was as fine as ever and that the motto of Bulkeley was still inspiring the boy s to look to the hills. We all students alumni faculty and friends salute a great and good man. Born-July 9 1878 Died-Febrmlry 14 1950 Elbert F Orcutt Inge ezghf v ' 9 a 9 Y 9 9 1 7 y ' . . . . . . . 51, L ' ' v . 1 . Y . . . . . ' v . P 9 A .. Y . . . . 1 V . 1 . Y . . . . 1 , L ' v . , - . 1 , , v J 7 9 a 1 7 r 1 1 1 v K 9 Y H rv , ' 9 1 .9 9 9 s 4. HOMER K UNDERWOOD I fain f' . Qfyy ' . M mst if Although many of the memloeis of the class of 1950 Weie not p1 ivlleged to enjoy the tutelage of M1 Waltei M Cole We feel that ou1 book Vx ould not be complete Without honol mg and 1GCOgI'llZ1I'1g the merits of one of ou1 most desel vmg teacheis He gave l'11St1H19 most genei ously ove1 a p6110d of tvw enty seven yeais as a master at Bulkeley Not only was he talented as a teachei, but also was iecognized as a tl ue a1t1st at the keyboaid H1s smiling and gracious manner radiated friendship and inspira t10H, whether before the class or on the concert stage. We hope that in retirement he xx ill continue to enjoy the talents Whlch he so generously shared dl.11'1I'1g h1s active career. V I If ,Qi . ' 1 5,3 A ii' . V' .nn r xg? Or V , 'riff A i Q . 1. . . ' ii Q i , . , . . . . ' i ' I. Y - Pa t 'n BUTE The Class of 1950 xx1shes to pay tl lbute to M1 Elbe1t E Orcutt who left OU1 halls of lea1 nlng last Sp1 1ng afte1 havlng been a mem be1 of the faculty fO1 mneteen yeals M1 O1Cl1tt possessed the vxlsdom and knovx ledge that comes onlx xx1th yea1s of e1cpe1 1ence 1n deallng xx 1th young people As a teache1 he vxas hlghly legal ded and 1espected and held 1n esteem by all of hls students because of h1s l1be1 al and yet fum deallngs xx 1th them He shall always be 1emembe1ed as ou1 M1 Ch1pS xx ho had the unusual 19Sp6Ct f01 the pelsonal oplnlon of CVGIV acquamtance and gave each student 1nd1v1dua1 attentlon 111 help1ng to solve thell 1espect1ve p1 oblems Th1s l1be1al attltude togethe1 xx1th a fine l.111d91St3.I1Cl1Y1g of human natu1e ea1ned fO1 M1 O1 cutt the t1ust confidence and 1espect of QVQIX assoc1ate . . , . . . . . . . . . . . - 7 . .. . V ' . L' ' 'S . ' 7 . - . ! 'N 7 . . . . . ' v' v . . ' . H . . c . l ,, Y Q I I . . 7 . v 7 -. , I Y- I . 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L 3 7 v. . w ,' M , . , . . . . l ! .,, ., WORD S WE ente1 the laxt half of the tuentleth een tum ou1 thoughtx fue tulned toxuud the second hunched X6d1N NIIILQ Bulkelex N foundlng, Though the Whalen h lx been 1 peut of Bulkelex fo1 onlx the last qud1te1 of a centuu It has become IH the ex es of the facultv the c11l1lT1H1 and the student We the xtdfi 111 thu 22nd QCIIUOII of the Whalel hm Q attempted to depmt the x u IOUN LIIICIQIIXIHKQ cuuentx of Bulkelex hfe If vse haxe enabled xou to gam Nome mught 1l'ltO the makeup of Bulkelex we Nhclll feel that ou1 GH'O1t heme been cunplx 1exxf11ded Paqv th I O C O - v . .A- kv' , V fb. ' Y. .Y I kv 1 n I 1.17, . Aw . f ' 1 I I . ' . ' .7 7 ' body, the clarion of true Bulkeley Spirit. . ' , vk -' K. 1 ry' - n I K- 7 . , ir '54 SAUL FERN LEWIS STONE Co Edztor Co Eclztor THE WH l X I 1 I 7 PETER HEATON Spm ts Eclztor JOHN HANRAHAN Lzterary Editm JOHN EDGECOMB Biography Editor ROBERT CANESTRARI Biography Eclitor Page fourteen QU AVRUM NOVITCH CHARLES GRUNIING Busnzess Mcmagei Adz e 1 tzsma Ivlanagm if m WILLIAM HOFFNER Cuculclfzan Manaqcr ALLAN BELGROD Czrcnlafzou Manager rr 3 PHILIP B PASQUALL Facalfzf 4dz1Qm MARTIN HAWENER Czlcalafzozz Uanaam BARRX SHERB Humor Edzfor Page rzffc z ALLIM OC W11111111 I 1711111111 ILNIKILIII R1C11f1111 11 111111 1 ICSICIQIII C 11111111 1+ 15111111 SLL1L1I1X L11111x L111111 111 lSLI1t1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENTS 1974 1993 19711 1921 1998 1930 1 1 19 9 19 4 111 111111 llIS 1 11x11 1 -1111811 L11,11u111 1111 111111111111 1 T1111111 ix 11111 11111 111111 S 1 11 1 111111 111111 11 I N1 F1 l111x Ir1 eph I1 I 1 C1Q1g,h11111 1t'X1I11 11151 D 19 111 1947 1 1944 194 1 1946 1941 I 111111 5111111 D1 -1.1611 F1tL11 111111111111 811111111 1X1.1J1l11 I N 1111 I 5111L1'x 1111 L1 NIL 1 A1110 11 X 1111 1 X 1 11 S 8 IUJC 91 fren A S S T I ' ' ' 'z ,,w,,., , I , I ..4,,,.. , ,N ,WYIC 1-P .I. -1' ' 11' .' 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PRENTIS Page nfrzetecn Nath in Belchu Xhlhflm C CILIYHIJ John C 1VIc1Lh6l Henrx P Huen Ndthfunel S P61h111S Henlx R Bond lhomu M Willu Lvlllldfll Belchel lohn C' CILIYUD Tmcx Wf1lle1 J Luuence Chun Johni QLAHLOI1 P LeRox HdlYNO0CL A1thu1 T Keefe Joxeph M C1 inex B U L K E L E Y Eugene B Collestel A 11 Elx R H1ll AP Xvdltbl A Towne, M A BULKELEY SCHOOL TRUSTEES l 8 5 O 19 5 0 1800 1884 1850 1883 1800 1891 1800 1816 1850 1900 1816 1884 1884 1891 1884 1910 1884 1894 1891 1902 1894 1900 GQOIEC F Tlllkel Lvlllldlll H Reexee Wllhdm J Blennan blclnex H 91111161 Nathan Belchel Pelcx C1 Eggleston l 1116.51 E Rogels Chuleq B 1131161 Ceo1g,e H Bathgate 'lhomae E Tloland Samuel M PIGIILI8 Fleclu ltk VX Edguton 1940 EX OFFICIO 1900 1911 1911 19 2 1932 1934 19 4 1930 F1 QCLQFICLK W Edgerton Dflxld D Lelb Albe1tW Butterfield Wlllldm C Studlt 1902 1915 1905 1924 1905 1917 1906 1937 1915 1910 1926 1911 1945 1920 1920 1936 1936 1938 1935 1931 1941 1948 1937 1939 1939 1941 1948 SCHOOL HEADMASTERS 1819 1880 Home1 K Lndeuxood MA 1921 1944 1880 1888 He1be1t H A1Ch1bOlCL M Ed 1944 1948 1888 1921 A1thu1 L Hymtlfmd, M A 1948 gv fu Illflf v - - A. 2 ,.A Nw f V - , .,, . . -,-.-wV . - ,. .I . . . .I V - X . . - 1' ', . - L' . 2 ' .0.,,,0,0 0,0, ,0,0,Y,0, 7 - " " Q , 1 ' X' ,.,0,0,,..,.,,0,0,0,..,. - '. . 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Lv, School, Duluth, Minnesota: ' . 1 ' 1 CARLTON F SMALL ASSISTANT HEADMASTER Unnerslty of Mlchlgan A B 1917 First Lt U S Army 1917 1919 Pr1nc1pal Junlor Hxgh School Cummlng ton Mass 1923 Sxgma Delta Kappa Fraternlty U S Army 1942 47 Served overseas ln England France Belgium and Germany 1944 47 Dlscharged as Colonel 1n 1947 and ap pomted 1n the Oflicers Reserx e Corps wxth the same rank At tended Command and General Staff School Fort Leaven worth Kansas Brltlsh C1Vll lan Defense Staff College Sur rex England andU S Armv Dlsarmament School London England At Bulkeleg. smce 1923 Hlstory Asslstant Headmaster smce 1948 l ngr fur nfzf fu .y . . . A y . ., , . . . 9 ' - s , - 9 -v - 1 a ! 0 , - , . . 7 , - v 9 ' y - 1 .1 v - - L s 9 Y . , . ' . I , ., . 1- 0 1 fzvvufgf-fIz1'e BULKELEY FLGFNE B LUWRFNCF AB Tufts College A B 1889 txught at Keene Hlgh School Keene X H Lectulex ln Chennstlx at Connectlcut College 1915 17 P1Of69S0l of Chennst1y and Abtl01'l0l1lV at Bulkeley 1892 1939 Qmce 1939 Llbrax lan IRNPSI VS FXLCONILR XB Po ton UIIIVCI ltV A B 1914 Instluctol Bclkeley P1LDc113t0lN Smhool 191411 Al11LllC3l1 I'XDLilltl0lll.lV Folcee 1917 IIISUUL tol xt Belkcley P19D3ldtOlV School 1919 20 P1 lnclpal at Epping l-hgh School Epplng NI H 19.20 Z1 Membel of Slgllld Alpha ln ltn Dcp 11 tment N IIXNIRKXNIX Bb Nluldlebulx College BS 1919 Athletlc Dnector Fax School q0Utl1lJ0l0 'lla Q 1919 20 Athletlc Dll6Ct0l St Loule Countly Dax Qchool St Louis Vlo 1920 24 Flatelnltx Cln P51 A Bulkelu School ll1C9 197-1 -h12'6lll'1 T H E W H A L E R Pug' furnfu ffm, HOW ARD T I IFRCP X li Bovxdom College A B 1918 Vlce Punclpal Mame Centlal In Ntltute 1918 21 Supelvlsox of Muexc lll publlc School Plttsfield 'Vlalne At Bulkeley SINCE 1921 Mathematlcs D11ecto1 of Muslc 9 X w v v Y Y , .. . , .1 ., . . . f, - .. : 2 ' , 'x A'. .3 . . 3 B. .J . , - . K . . . . s , - , v --M v , . . 9 A is ' ..,.'g ' ' '1" " ,. -'g ag -., 3 q'-- .i .., . -. -W v - 2 - ' . Q - ' A I . c , , A . ay ' . Epsilon. At Bulkeley since 1921-Mathematics. Head of Mathe- z "S - z ' , v , , , . 1 ,, e V . . . 1. . . ' - f 1 ' 'Y ! 'l' 4 . ' ' . I . . . . 1 ' r ' 9 ' ' y ' r f YlL,,. . .'. X , ' , ' 'u v V A ',' - ' v l 11 1 . v u . ' '- 1 ' - N . ' , 1 s.., - , . . - . FACULTY PH LIP B I XSQI XI I' X B N Bate College -XB 1971 Lnlxel lty of New HTHIIU hue NI S 1923 H31V3ld Lnnelsltx Radlo School 1918 Columhla LHIXQI ntx Summel School 1922 Gxaduate ASSISIAYII Ill Somologw Eco IIOYIIICS and HlStOlX Lnnelsltx of New Hampshne 1971 79 In structol of Soclal Scxence Econonncs and Soclologx LlllY61S1f,X of New Hampshlle 1972 23 -Xsslbtant Eflltfll Social Sclence Syllabus Umvel lty of New Halnp hue Honolaly flatelnlty Ph1Gamrna Mu At Bulkelcx lnce 1923 HISIIJIQ Fconomxcs Head of HISIOIQ Depaxtment l HPNIH SHXX AB Amhelst College Bachelol of Anti cum laude 1921 Inbt1ucto1 of Flench and Latm Amhexst Hlgh School 1921 22 Instluctol of Latm md Soclal Sclencee B1lSt0l Hlgh School 1922 25 Supt SUIYIITICI Recleatlon Hudson Falls New YOlk 19301941 New London County Dl1ECt0l CEA 1945 48 INE-X Delegate 1948 Romance Language Comnnttee Allll10lSt College 1944 49 At Bulkelcy slncc 1979 Spanlsh Latln Flench Head of Lxnguxge Depaltment BLOOD F RFID Valparuso UHINCISIIX H'1lNdlCl Lmvexmtx Geneva In tltute of Intelnatlonal Rel lt1OIlS Head of Scxence Dep ll tmcnt XX heelel School 1911 20 HL3Cl1l1lStQl W heelel School 1920 71 -Xt Bulke lex mee 1927 Blologx Phx lf IRI' I PlOYlllf.llLQ College 197 BIOXKII Lnnel ltx 1978 Gladuate tudx at HllXdlIl 1936 Graduate tudx at Broun 1911 Bullxeley emce 1978 Engll h I950 Pflgc' fu 1 llfll fill I . 71 '. .I,1. .,.I.S. .Lg""s" -' ' . .ba ..,, h, . 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BULKELEY XXIIIIXWI F OBRIFN BS LlllVClNltX of Connecticut BS 1972 xxlttlllllili, XWBIIIQI Allcn COdCl'l1l12' School Y llc Summel School 1928 Colg, xte Coach 'R' mg School 1933 and 1970 NOItl1Cl tel n COlCl'lll1f., School 1934 L I U Coachlng School 1941 Teachel Cofcch qt0llll1f.,t0I1 Hlgh School 1920 29 At Bulkelex slnce 1929 Dnectol of Phxslcal lLllLICal.lOll Coach of Football lncl Baskctball W XITER ARlHlR PPCK AB fx Q X Colgatc UIIIXLI lix AB 1916 tlllgllt It Ul1lXLlSltX of Vcx mont 191011 Home tcl POlXt6Ll'll1lK. Il1Stltl.ltL 1918 21 Tuft Mecllcal and Dcntxl School 1921 72 D1ll10LlSlC Unlxewlty 1972 School 1924 25 Claclu lte COUISQ xt Colunmln 1 1924 25 C laclu ate Coumes at Yilc 1924 25 Melllllhl Allltllidll Chcmlcal So clety 1l16lUlbC1 INoxa SCOUAII Instxtute of Sclence Hlgh School of Commelce 1926 30 Slgllld Nu Fl3t8ll11tX At Bulkeley Qmcc 1930 Mathematlce Engllsh IOHN lx BXIPNIIINP Xl! U Lafayette College A B 1931 College fl 116111113 h1pp1S1gm 1 HOl10ldlX SOClCty Kappx Phx kappa At Bulkclcx mae 1991 Ldtlll Engllxh Facultx M3I135Z'6l Athletics Slllil 1939 9 JOSEPH K SIIS S BS UI1lS9lS1tX of Pennsxlvama 1979 At Bullxelex Qlnce 1937 Hlstorw Coach Fl8Nlll'l1'1l1B3Slx6tl3"ill Vniltx Baiehxll Slllil 1946 THE WHALER Page fwmzty sm ' s v w A 4 .A 1 . 4. . .1 . 1 I . ' . , Z 1 K - . ' I ' 'Z ' ri . . Y - , .. .ll g 1 ' as ' z ' f . , g ,J . . . ' ' , . . ' '- 1 ' , . ' Y' ' A . F- . ' .'. A . - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' bf. f ,, CQ vf . H ' If , . . Q. ' '53, , - j, . ., . 'Q 1 f z j -'- ' , - , r ' K , , . -I , s 2, "' l ' X 2 ' ' 9 I 'I-7 Q 2 A v 7' v L. - K LA 235 Nashua High School, 1923-243 Bridgeport Central High x lv - , -'. 5 I ' z s z 1 'z, .' - . 5 l " - A 7' H I v r . - ' A 1 f , - ' . - .,, . . .' '. 1 ,L".'l,,.. f K 1 -- - ' v 71 1 . 1 , . ., ., , l . , . - . .. .. .J ' , . 2 ' '. . V , ,.. S' I , 1 I a . 4 . 4 ig , . . " ', L. 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'f FACULTY G L-XLRENS XIIWILL NIS X Burdett College 1922 Extensron courses 1927 31 Boston Lnr xerslty Summer School M S A 1933 34 Unrversrty of Connectr cut Summer School and extenslon courses 19-lo 1949 Instructor Drake Secretarlal School Jersey Crty 'N J 1922 20 Prrncrpal of Vlontclarr Secretarral School Nlontclalr A J 1929 26 In structor Yew London Busrness College 1926 36 Instructor Trov Busrness College Troy N Y 1936 37 At Bulkeley srnce 193 COI'IlIl16lCl3l subjects Head of Commercral Department JOHN 'l ROL XND K B Amherst College AB 1926 Amerrka Instrtute Vrenna Austrra Summer Sessron 1933 Unrversrty of Vlenna Austrra 1934 37 Connectrcut College Extensron 1938 1940 Unrversrty of Connectlcut Summer 1940 1946 19-18 1949 Extensron 1946 19-19 Keene Teachers College Summer 1945 1947 Industrral Istanbul Turkev Instructor rn Chemrstry 1929 31 Head of Chemrstry Department 19313-1 At Bulkeley srnce 1937 Chemrstry Physrcs MXICOLWI GRXHKNI KRPI-N111 XY B X Amherst College 1930 FOIIIS Jewett Nloore Scholarshrp 1930 1931 Unrversrty of Prrrs 1930 31 Purs Ecole de JOUlIl3llSl1lC 1930 31 Chester Hrgh School 1952 40 At Bulkeley srnce 1940 French Spanrsh Smce 1940 Track and Cross Country Coach FRED X CLXRK BSF Nlfrssachusetts School of Art 1931 Graduate Work Boston Lnrxersltx Plrmxrlle Hrgh School 1914 38 Wether field Hrgh School 1938 39 DedhrmH1gh School 1939 40 Instructor S Nlarks Summer Sessron 1943 -Xt Bulkeley since 19-la Mechan rc1lDraw1ng Re rgned Dec 19-19 l 9 5 O Page tuenty sever . - . . 1 , . . .1 . s a Q' , ., 0 . . V ' r r ' " r - ' v . . . y . . q I - 9 . . . , A . . ., ,'- 3 , . . ' ' ' , ' , 4. ., - 3 ' . '- .- .' ' V ' Q ' ' 1 A s - -v ' 1 ' ' . .H v . y H 3 . ., .I . , V . - .- , ,. . ., . -. , ' .,4- , . . I , f. . . . y . . , H: . , . , I -- 9 , - , f - 9 v Iv ' 9 r v l ' ' I ' r ', ' 5 ' Chemist, Cuban-American Sugar' Co., 1926-19293 Robert College, 9 ' .vs I I A l ' w " x . . . y - . ' T -vy 4' , r 1 A 2 1 1 I 4 A : r , .i . .. i , ' 3 A . BV V 2 Y 5 ' z s, I -Z 3 zz ' J , 1 . ' '5 v I . -, , , . - . . . - , . , 'T .6 I. - - I . I 1. , , . . 1. . 1 ' S ' ' , .3 3 ' ", V 'v -1' -1 1' 'I ' A ' U f ' 1 ,, Q V . .- -- , S . , H N 3 Q . , , , 5 S. ., I .--Y . -,' ' - v 4' 'Z - ' 2 ' " . s' - ., . ii . BULKELEY HFWRY S FXRF1 JR Il Ul1lN0lSlfX of Connectlcut W oxk at Boston UHlX61Slty Engllsh RLSSELL VN HARRIS BLI Emelson College 1928 B LI Boston LIIINQTSIIN 1978 Z9 Summel Session 1930 Actmg R9glSfl3l Fmu-,on College 1929 30 Instl uctol ln HlSt0ly and Coach of Dxamatlw Robelt E Fltch 1930 42 At Bulkeley slnce 194.5 Ellglldl 1948 Alpha Gamma Rho Gladuatc 1948 49 At Bulkeleg smce 1948 IxFI'lH -X JOHNSON BS at Unlvelmty of Connectlcut 1949 At Bulkelcx smce 1949 COITIIUEICIBI subjects ALB-KN E REID JR B X Broun Pnepalatoly School Phlladelphla Pa 1940 Yflle Um xexslty 1948 BA Glacluate studles Department of Educatlon Yale UIllV61SltX 1949 U S AIIDQ Infantly Captain 1940 1946 At Bulkeley slnce 1949 Engllsh HlSt0IX T H E W H A L E R Page twenty czght I " fx 7 I 1 . . , . . . . . . v ' , .' v - -4 V. , , , . .., . . l, - . ' . ' . ' ' - . , .. , , I .. , , . . , , I n 1 1 . . w y s Q . 1 ' , -, - .. .. , . ', ., .A. ' , 'J ' '5 .' ' , 4 ' 5 - 1 f - ' -M' v, , . V ' V L -.jxjai . U I 1 I V . 4 Y . . . . , , .. . New Britain State Teachers, College, 1949, B.S.g Graduate work 9 .x' '. Y . Y -. .X . I t I ' " I I . . - . . , ., .1 . Y ' ' ' I 1 . ' 1 'v C h' " y - --3 " , , - br, : 1 . - V, - V, . y , b ' ' ' - v f '-', ' V - ' '- , .- fa' -1' , 'C 1 . ,, T, 'Q 'lf 5 - -Q -i. 9 FACULTY DXVID T KING BS New Butam State Teachers College 1949 BS At Bulke ley smce 1949 Commelclal subjects KENNETH F VALENTINE BS New Brltam State Teachels College 19-19 B S At Bulkeley SINCE 1949 Mechanlcal Drawmg FLL X H KELLY Ansoma H1h School Ansonla Stone Secletaxlal School New Haven Specml COUISQS Connectlcut College fol Women Chlef Yeoman QFD Unlted St ltes. Naval Reserve 1918 1919 Umted States C1v1l Selvlce 1919 1920 Secletary to Nathan Belcher 1920 1939 Asslstant to Tleasulel of Tlustees of Bulkeley School 1920 1949 At Bulkelex smce 1942 School Secretaly talv to the Headmaster 'NIRS THOWI -XS BOY CE Vlatexvllle New Xolk H1gh School Rocheste1 Il1Stltl1t6 of Technology Instluctox of Domestlc Sclence IN Y Cltw Chlef Dletltlall Utlca Memo11alHosp1tal Chief Food Clerk New Lon don W P and Ratlomng Boald At Bulkelex smce 19-lb Secle I 9 5 0 Page twenty mne 1 . L , .. A 1 7 " ' ' . .. 4 . , ' . v . . . 1 , .. , , , .. A g . - 9 ' 1 v , .,, . v C r ' 1 ' 9 ' 1 x - , . . . , 1 , V .' ' V '.- ' . v ' , - y 1 - v. . . ' ' 7 '.. ' t " Y ' ' .V p ' x vA ' ' ' ' . . . ' ' . i ll CHAPEL SPEAKERS FOR THE YEAR CHAPEL Pcllcxlng that Splrltual encouragement plflxs fl d1Qt1I1Ct 1o1e ID a well lfllllldfid secondaxx eclucatlon the ddI'l'l1I11StI'dt1011 has arranged 4 b1l9f chapel se1x ICQ fo1 each Mondav mO11l1llg of the school xeal The xux ICQS ale non sectallan and dllllllg the COUISG of the x ezu the stu I101'l1111dtlOl1 Rex F A Duch Rex Ol1x 91 W Bell Rex J Bohan Rdbb1H Dngfu Rex Clal ence Wagne1 Rex S R Chatterton Rex H Mason Rex RObL1tIX9ISOH Rabbl Benlarmn Kleltmfxn Rex ex ex ex ex ex ex ex Rex D G F1ehIe1 S G Glflham John Kellx A A c1d1X111 H W oolxxorth M K Bulton Wllllam Loftue I .flxxlencc Doucette Ph1l1p C hfmmbellfun Page flzzz ty A.. .T .l. 4 . - . A , . . L. , . v' K. 1 - .' . .' .L. t, .y A. - dent body is privileged to hear clergymen representing virtually every de- v. l R v. t, ,A , . . R vi J. , . , P11570 Hzirfgf-11 ctl SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We the H1 st class of Bulkeley Q second centu1V ente1 ed the sea of Bulkeleys lnfluence Wlth a nnld splash 1n the fall of 1946 Reglstlatlon completed the Class of 19:90 began to 19CO1Cl lts hls to1 V111tl'18 a1ch1Ves oi Bulkeley To gulde ou1 1n1t1al footsteps th1 ough the hallou ed couldols of Bulkelev We elected Donald O Mala P16S1ClQl1t N01 man Mc Phall Vlce P16S1ClQI1ll and Cl1ff01d Ca1pent1e1 Sec1eta1V T1eas 11161 In ou1 fnst yeal me Wele vx ell 1ep1esented on the .f1lLl1lGt1C teams the band and glee club and the honor 1oll Afte1 a pleasant summe1 We 1etu1 ned to these SdC1 ed walls as h1gh and m1ght3 Sophomoles and soon got back 1nto the gl 1nd of school hfe Men of ou1 class became mo1e p1om1nent 1n all ext1a cu111cula1 3Ct1V1t189 and athletlcs F1ed Ballest11n1 was elected P1es1dent John Hamahan V106 P19Slfl611ll Av1um Voxltch Sec1eta15 and Saul F6111 T1easu1e1 COll11l1g back to Bulkeley fo1 ou1 thu d X931 we found ou1 selves at last uppe1 classmen Wltll us came a neu teache1 Hem y Ca1eX The fact that We wne1e tl ue Bulkeley men was bl ought out by the d1 am on ou1 Hnances fo1 dues and the JUHIOI P1 om Membels of Cl1d111d.t1CS athletlcs and club act1x1t1es Agam we chose Fled Ballestum as P19S1ClQl'1t and Saul Feln fol T1 easu1 G1 To fill out the slate we selected W1ll1am HOHDGI fol V1ce P1 es1dent and Thomas Sun as Sec1eta1V The fall of 1949 ma1ked the matuuty of the Class of 1900 We 1etu1ned to school filled xx 1th the pude that comes only when one leaches S9l11011lly The 1et111ng of two masteu blought 1eg1ets to us and th1 ee new teacheu 111lZO the facultv To lead us th1 ough ou1 sen1o1 yea1 g1aduat1on and futu1e class 19111110115 agam ue selected as P1es1dent F1 ed B3ll9QlZ11111 Also 19 elected wele Saul Feln T1easu1e1 and Thomas Sus1 Sec1eta1y Robelt Adams was elected V106 P19S1Cl6I1t to complete ou1 SCHIOI 0621091 s Th1s yeal blought about the fulfillment of many hopes and desnes and the dashmg of othe1 s among the membe1s of the Class of 19:90 though we can say the clas as a ww hole left 1tQ lTld1k 1n all fol ms of scholastlc athletlc and Cl13lT1'l.t1C endeavom So ends the h1sto1y of the fu st f0U1 vea1s of the Class of 1950 What mll be accomphshed upon g1dClLldll1011 IS 1n the hands of the g13.ClU3l28Q themselves and the entue populatlon of the W o1ld I1 I vw , I 1 I 1 7 L Q7 ,1 . ' . I N . I " II . -1 Ig I Q I ' i . v- 1 , .1 . . If I . - ' I ' ' '. ' I - I y . I I' 1 I , I I 1. I I -' .17 7 k' 7 I I I - I ' I I I 4 I . I I I 1 - O I N- ! 't 7 7 I, ,I I I D I I 7 I 7 I I I . 7 3 ' , L . ' . ' , 7 , . , ' CC ,,' H 7 7 . 'I V I I . I 7 II - I I. I I . . I f . N I N I. . ff - ' . I I ' I w' . I a 7 ' S ' ' '. U 4 5 7' I I I I I I 1 X a a a ' I 3 A L . . . .. a. . , . . . . . , , . , U. , . . . . I 0 I I I . I 'I Ii our class were now found ln all phases of school l1f6, 1HClUCl1l'1g L, Af, I I I. . 1 'I . I 'I I I I 'N 0 7 I ' 'I I . - I . 3 1. 1 I I y A Cx UI - .' ' . -N V f I. - I 'I 7. I' 7 . I - - w 1 1 y 4 uw . 1 v I I I I ' I I I1 ' I I . L P 7 3 1 . I7 I I , 1 L I. .l 'I - V' I I I 'I DI , I I I I 1 7 'M ' 9 ' 1 . - I . I I 1 I c. 1 'I I I . . . .9 L c , , Q M V . . I I . 2 L7 7 X . x. , , C pn . . I r 4 I . i k. U k W L,k I , . . L L. I , ,zirfy-two I I CLASS OFFICERS -Us lv A ,, 1 mu s 'Win O-9-7 SW' 's IW' 20-n IIIUXI XS Sl Nl O 0 I --In-Q an--' OR 1 J PROPHECY Pulllng up to New London s new municipal pier bullt by the Boye Ely Engineering Company 1n my atomic powered speedboat deslgned by Lamb and Grumng I saw sey eral dock hands Walking toward them I recognized them as Warden Wlech and McCarthy I asked them who had dredged the channel and they 1nformed me that the dredging com pany was owned and operated bv Heaton and Hoffner Realizing that some of my classmates had been succesful I contlnued happlly toward the center of town Reaching the parade I saw Turner and Jacey selling popcorn from a pushcart I bought a bag and learned that Roberts and Har FISOH owned the popcorn con cesslon for all New London County Walking up to city hall I met street washers May rose and Evanskl who told me that O Mara had recently been appointed city manager I went 1nto the C1tV hall where I met Town Clerk Dean who polnted out Chlef of Police Derrv still trying to catch h1s chief nemesis Manchester Popping 1nto Purchasmg Agent Ruddy s office I was stopped by his secretary Bury ett who gave me the sad news that Bulkeley was no longer in GXISIGHCG and the members of our class were scattered over the four corners of the earth D6C1d1Y1g to ferret out the whereabouts of my fellow graduates and see how they were progresslng 1n life I went to the Fltzpatrlck and Graham Tray el Agency where clerk Hamler sold me a ticket for the good ship Tlgar Rah Wh1Ch was scheduled to sa1l for England in an hour Arrlvlng at P1er 22 mv baggage was checked bv Customs Inspec tors Splcer and Scacclaferro who then told me to go over to Doctor Canestrari to recelve the necessary shots Boarding the shlp I was checked by purser Kaplan who told me that Adams was the Captain and Katan was his first mate After being shown to mv stateroom by Steward Hayes I started to explore the ship Chief Chef Synodl and h1s kltchen helpers Korean and Longo were busy IH the galley as I walked by I also H0t1C6d Ackelv peehng potatoes and Arsenault washlng dishes Going below I found Castagna busy 1n the eng1ne room along with ODonnell and Patterson As we started to move I looked down at one of the tugboats and saw Hobron and Barnes on its deck Contlnuing mv exploration I was accosted by sports director Bodach who 1nformed me that his ass1stant Nassetta was 1n the lounge watchlng a chess game between two passengers Susl and Vllet Wendlng mv way to the lounge I was stopped by fellow passengers Nash and Maga racl who Sald Fern was the bartender Then hurrying to the lounge I bumped into Baum and Greely sauntermg out Finally gettlng to the bar I started a conversatlon w1th my old friend from whom I learned that Yay ener and Getty were selllng baby shoes to the pygmies Bell had set up a m1ss1on 1n the Belgian Congo Belgrod and Ball man had located the whereabouts of Maha1a1ah Ballestr1n1 s palace 1n Arabia McPha1l had sold a peck of Mexican Jumplng beans to Prem1e1 Lohrnann of RUSS13 Novitch had cornered the zipper market ln Slberla and his buddy Sherb had done the same w1th coconuts at the South Pole When evening came I dressed and went to the d1n1ng room from which wafted the soft strains of Edgecomb s Rhythm Fiye with Pepin on the trombone Mltchell on the piano Hanrahan on the sax and the bass on Cotnolr The M C of the show was Tvler and the vocahst was Crandall As I sat down waiter Burton told me that Squire had finally gotten marrled and was honevmoonlng on the shlp During the ey enlng I learned more about the members of my class I heard that Barlow Brumaghim and Brayne had opened a super market in Tlbet and were domg business w1th the Lamas headed bv Gaudette and Rissler I also learned that Harger was travehng w1th h1S aide Abrahamson taking pictures of Eskimo chlldren on ponies Turnlng to the sports world Eldrldge Thompson Hill and Gager were reported to haye slgned with Moscow Bolshe yiks About this time a news bulletin came oy 61 the shlp s lntercom saving that Kelley and Terry had lust finished running around the world Seconds later a gulded m1ss1le hit the ship fi1 ed by that arch anarchlst Stone from h1s hldden lsland w1th the help of h1s two henchmen Caulkins and Hlllyer And w1th th1s we leaye this foolish prophecy know lng full well that It w1ll ney er come to pass fThe Prophetb THE WHALER 1950 Page thzrty four . . . . . . . Y 7 1 1 1 , 1 I . Y Y 9 V 1 ' 1 1 1 c 1 Y - . I I I I I 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 I I 1. ' - . I I t Q LI " . , . . , . . . . . . N . . . .1 .1 - L 1 - I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 c ' . 1 1 1 ' V . . . . . I 7 Y 1 I . . H . ,, . I . I I I ' 1 U c ' ' I. I , I ' I , . Y . I I I . . Y . U K . I ' 1 ' I 1 1 . t I . . . . . , , I I . . . . y . I U I I , II , I , . 1 .. . 1 K . ' 1 1 ' ' . 1 I . Lv . . Y . Y , Q I 1 K P 1 ' Q . . ., . . . , . I 1 , . . . . . . I I I , 1 K 1 1 . . . . 1 . , . 1 . . . . 1 1 , I y I . . '- I I 1 1 my u L ' Y . - 1 1 . . . v . . 7. A 1 . Y . . . . . I . I I , 7 ' 7 1 1 1 ' 1' ' ' 1 ' v 1 7 . I I I I L Y . . . l Y t I I I . L ' ' K 1 1 .7 ' 1 1 . . . V. . V . . I , . Y. . Y v . . v v- v . . 7 ' . 1 11-1---1- -1 . -1-1-n SENIOR ABRAHAMSON, ERNEST PERCIVAL "Ernie' College National Honor Society, 43 Masque and Gavel 45 Glee Club, 4. "Ernie" is a newcomer to our midst, but he has not had any trouble in adjusting himself to Bulkeley life. He is an active participant in the Glee Club and Masque and Gavel. His scholastic record is certainly of the best and we are sure he is destined for success in whatever field he may choose. CLASS ACKLEY, JOHN EDWARD 'Zlack' General Montrealer, 23 Photo Club A, 55, President. 4 Art Club, "Jack" is a good natured friendly fellow' who has been very popular while at Bulkeley. It" often wondered how many fellows manage to Jam into his car during the lunch period. 'Slack' has become an interested and an active member of our Photography Club while at Bulkeley We wish the best for you, "Jack," Q ,M XDXNIS ROBERT I' Shark College Student Council French Club 9 3 President 4 French Prize 2 Class Vice President -1 In tramurals 1 9 3 4 Shack ls one of the most populrr fellows in Bulkelex s senior class He rs another one of the indniduals from Nrantic and seems to make record dashes between Bulkelex and the frontier in his car With his scholastic ability and congenial nature he certainly, will attain success in a breeze XR PNXIII l'XlRIClxl fr General C lub 4 Ir amur ll Ccrtihc Credit in Bookkeeping 1 Pat 1 one of tho e pei on who goe rbout work quietlx and lei urelx He ha been taunch supporter of ill Bulkclex actixltie 1 1 fel x x ro ab to lite a room when things become dull We ill x li him the be t of lurk l 9 5 O Page thirty five l . ss fi-A 5' X " A . r . . ' I. " ' ' "' . S ' .". . " " "l" I" 'Q ' .L-, 5, ' " , Art ' . : ltr 'z s. 1. Il: "'."21tt'Uf 5 - . , -9 - . -. Y 5 - ' . Y . . . ' ' in y -'v a ' .4 yy -Q Q .Q Q ' U V4 I s. L . r 5 L U 'H' . n 2' " his ' " ' A' 's ' 's H il . .Jw : . ,c::, . S 5 5, , , Q ,x . A l - ,A - S. ' ' ' A ' - He s z lox' vl is le ' n 'ny class ' ' ' - ' ' ' J . - - ' : if . '1 z vis ' . ' . -i ' - K v - S , ,. . Y . , , 3 SENlORr 2 B.x1,Lr:sTRrN1, Fnalraruck JAMES --rrifkey' College Class President, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 43 Leader's Club. 43 Football, 1, 2, 3. -lg Bas- ketball, 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball, 1, 2, 3, -1, National Honor Society, 43 Bookkeeping Certificates, 1, 2. "Mickey" is the athletic mainstay of the Class of 1950. He has been a regular in the three major sports. His popularity is shown by the fact that he has been elected class president for three years. In the classroom he has maintained an enviable position with both students and faculty. Keep up the good work, "Bal". BALLM AN, Rlfll .XRD EDGAR "Dick" College Art Club, 2, 3. 4, Masque and Gavel, 3, 43 Projection Club, Secretary, 3, President, 4, In- tramurals, lg Leader's Club, -1. "Dick" is a fellow who belongs to the quiet section of the senior class. He does his work with Masque and Gavel and with the Projec- tion Club in an easy, quiet manner. He seems to be Mr. Flood Reed's right-hand man. He has certainly won a host of friends by his quiet humor and congeniality. WU 'idk i ov- B XRLOW J U11-,S S XMLFL Rube Commercial Photo A Club 4 Football 3 4 Intra Rube rs a fellow whose antics have caused many an uproar in the classroom He rs vi ell liked good natured and takes everything rn hi stride He certainly kept Roonr 15 in a mirth ful state Best of luck Rube IH! WHAL Page thrrty szx B XKNhb JOHN JOSEPH Jack Commercial Nlontrealer 7 French Club 2 3 Photo B CleeClub Z 5 4 Verx seldom do we see Jack without his broad grin H1 disposition is Just as sunny and bright as his flaming locks He has been a valu able asset to our fine Glee Club and has had enough talent to be in the All State Chorus Life should Alu ass be a song for him lf, M ' 5 W i, I X' ' in 5 ' vi ' M . . F 'A ' 3. 1 v, 1 A Q lil v J .5 Q, 1 4' yi, av A il Y, Al l? 1 , 5 - - - 1, I . f . , K1 77 Y ! Y ' "Y Y 7 ! murals, 3, -lg Minstrel, 3, 4. Club, 25 Photo "A" Club, 3, Intramurals, 33 is n ' . v V . f ' . . . 1 ' K ' ' ' ' .' . l ' -5 - .vk .,L. H YV ,' ' I at n - C . , 5, - . , . . I ' A Q E R CLASS BAUM, WILLIAM HENRY "Bill" Commercial Student Council, 1, Freshman "A" Club, Var- sity "B" Club, 3, 4, A. A. Representative, 2, 3g Commercial Club, 45 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Bill" is one of Bulkeley's lighthearted fel- lows whose athletic performances have won him acclaim. He always seems to have a smile to go with the mischievous look in his eyes. May your future be as bright as your days have been with us, "Bill." BELGROD, ALLAN GERALD "Jumbo" College Whaler Room Captain, 3, Junior Whaler As- sistant, 3, Circulation Manager, 43 Leader's Club, 43 Political Science Club, 3, President, 4g Projection Club, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel, 4, Freshman "A" Club, Football, 2, 3, 4g Track, 23 Assistant Basketball Manager, 2, 33 Photo "B" Club, 13 Intramurals, 2, 3, 4. "Jumbo" is about the largest single addition of the senior class. He has been busily occu- pied with many different activities since his entrance into Bulkeley. It is said that Mr. Pasquale couldn't get along without "Al". He should have an easy time along the road of life. BELL DAVID WILLIAM Dare College Freshman'A' Club Photo A Club 1 Pro Jectron Club 4 Varsity B Club 4 Rifle Club Team 3 Intramurals 1 2 Dave has proven that one can be an athlete and still maintain a respectable average in his classes As can be seen by his extra curricular actrvrtles he has a keen interest rn school life Dave has a pleasant personality and rs a hard worker Hrs ver satrlrty should bring him many successes BOD KCI-I ROBERT DONALD Sam General Varsity B Club 4 Baseball 3 4 Co Cap tain 4 Football 4 Sam rs another of the boys from lxrantrc He has certa1nl5 been a valuable asset to us since he transferred to Bulkeley Hrs fine base ball and football ability has added to his popu l'1rrty with the fellows Sam will surely be a leader rn the career he chooses 1950 Page thu ty seven as , my V ' sa n , - , 4 1 , u rr , , ' u xr . - - y y y ' 1 1 1 1 9 . . i . H ,, . . . ' Y ! 1 I ' I I l 1 ' 25 Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling H ,, , ,. . 1 S ' 1 y ' - v . u vs ' - . . ' - - I '. . ' V' H Q! ' - , - . . . , Q . . . il i7 ' ' ......i.. SEN BOVE, THOMAS CHARLES "Tom" College National Honor Society, 43 Freshman "A" Clubg French Club, 1, 2, Sig Art Club, -lg Projec- tion Club, 45 Jordan Prize, 13 World History Prize, 1. "Tom" is one of those distinguished individ- uals called brains. The ridiculous ease with which he takes to our toughest subjects makes him the envy of all his classmates. "Tom" can always be counted on to help one of his less fortunate buddies and is well-liked about the school. We know that it would he impossible for him to do anything but succeed. IOR BRAYNE, ROBERT WALTER "Bob" Commercial Commercial Club, 3, 45 Intramurals, 2, 3. "Bob" is the other half of the Derry-Brayne combination. He is rarely seen after the bell rings, and on occasions is known to have dis- appeared before. With "Bob" go our best wishes for future happiness and success. RRI Nl XCHIWI RIfH KRD ISF lf H Brum General Commercial Club 4 Brum is another quiet member of the sen that old adage Still water runs deep He is another pioneer from the frontier of Nxantrc Although hrs future plans are still unsettled we knou he will make good THE WHALER Page thu ty ezght Bl RTON KENNETH KUNG Ken College Masque and Gavel 3 President 4 Intra murals 2 Glee Club 3 4 and his self confidence Hrs interests have cen tered malnlx about 'Vlasque and Gavel and the Glee Club He has been extremely successful rn both fields We know that whatever he does success will be his ' ' ' Ch 19 Y ' v v V CS ,Y . .' I . , 1 Ar 1 A , A w I A ' 'ii ' v - y 'r I v i ' H I ,, . 1 - ' - ' 'Q S 1 s ' ior class, but there are moments when he proves "Ken" is well known for his carefree manner . . U ' V. . . . Y' ' , ' - ' ' . - A u 4 1 u A ' , . U - . . , .' ' , . . I . . , -ll... CLASS BURVETT, MATTHEW JOHN, JR. "Jack" Commercial Photography Club, 1, 2g Commercial Club, 43 Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 1. "Jack" is a friendly, good natured fellow who has displayed keen interest in all the school activities. He is known for his ability to get along with everybody. "Jack" hopes to own the largest service station in Connecticut some day. We wish him all the success in the world. CANESTRARI, ROBERT E., JR. "Canno" College Junior Whaler Assistant, 35 Whaler Staff, Biographical Editor, 4, Intramurals, 15 Sere- naders, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, English Prize, 35 Minstrel, 4. t'Canno" is a determined fellow who attains high scholastic marks and excels in all extra- curricular activities in which he participates. He has become indispensible in the band and Serenaders, as well as the Whaler Staff. "Bob's" amiable disposition and leadership qualities will be of use to him in later life. GI' I C XSIWGN X LOLIS Lou General Harpoon Sports Editor 3 Photo B Club 2 Photo A Club 3 4 Sketch Club 2 Football Lou IS a popular senior and has drsplax ed real Bblllty on the football field this year He has been an actne member of the Harpoon Staff and has provided the paper with many a fine sports story Vlrth his high spirits 'Lou should get along fine C XL LKINS RICH XRD CECIL Dick General Harpoon Exchange Editor 4 Photo B Club 1 Spanish Club 1 Dick ls an easy going blg hearted senior whose popularity is substantiated by the num ber of friends he possesses Hrs Studebaker seems to have an unlimited capacity at lunch time Life should hare a smooth ride 1n store for ' Dick 1 9 5 0 Page thirty 'nme I , , v Y cs sa 1 v v gg - 99 : . . 1 Q 1 A v I 1 - , ra 71 . . ' . . u 1: 9' 9 a 1 A Y H il H . - 1 1 f 1 s 9 1 x 1 1 i ' 45 Intramurals, 2, 3, 4. H . ,, .R v . . Q . . 1 - Y - rr ay ' . L v . L . - Q V vs ' ' ' ,' t ,I L ' , 73 .1 ...-i. T SENIOR LOIINOIR CPR XRD HFNRX .lcrrx General Athletlc B Club 4 Baseball 3 4 Jelly tlansfelred to Bulkelex f10m Fltch 1n h1s Jun1o1 yuan It was Celtllllh then lo s and ou1 gam Afte1 settlmgz down to the Bulke ley atmosphexe he won a DOSIUOII on the base ball team and became the leadlng p1tche1 of thc E C C We knoxx that "Jeux 11111 alxxaxs be 1n there p1tch1ng CRXNIJKII llIIIIX'llRXIl'H 1 C0mmerc1al StLlIl9l1tCOLlllCll 2 3 Mll1Stl6l 1 2 4 Ath et1c B Cum 9 3 4 Fleshman A um Moss Countn 1 Z 3 Track 2 Fleshman Bas L rall Int1amu1als 1 2 S 4 Glen Club 1 B111 IQ Bulkelx s top lne xx 116 He IS knosxn fo1 h1s happv go lucky and rolllckmg attltude 110 11131161 xx hat the iltl13tl0ll may be The en tnus1a-.m xuth 1wh1ch he has undeltaken school act1w1t1es 1ang1ng' flOll1 CIOSS countly to the 'Vllnstlel has xuthout a doubt contllbuted to then success VS 1th h1s boundless Qllelgy 1nd LlltllLlSl:1Nlll B111 xull ucceed 111 any ventule he chooses ,Qu aol- 3 , av'- wiki 'i S.: 1 lil' KN HI'RBI'Rl' G Herb College F1eshman A Club Photo B Club 1 Ha1 poon 2 3 4 Fl8IlCh Club 4 Int1amu1'1ls 1 2 Helb IS a fllendly, good natuled felloxx who has nothmg but good to say about h1s class mates HIS sense of humol has enabled hxm to galn many f11ends vshlle at Bulkelew In addl tlon to thls HH9lb has tu1ned ln a fine Job fOl three consecutne N9dlS as a featu1e 1s11te1 fOl the H3lp00ll Vllth h1s fine llt91dlX style hc should have a successful Cdleel as 1 JOLllll31l t HE WHALER Page forty IPPRRX 'NPISON XNTHONX Nelson C0mmerc1al COll1ITl61ClalC1l1b 1 2 PleSlll6l'lt 3 Flesh man A Club Int1amu1als 4 Tvpmg Awaxd Cutxficate Nelson lb one of the most happy go lucky fellows Ill ou1 class Although he doesnt be llexe m studylng too hard he gets by 111th com paratwe ease As would lndlcate by hlS actn 1ty 1n the Commerc1al Club h1s lnterest tends to lead to a busmess ealeel H1s natural ab1l1tx 111 the field of busmess should help hllll to athww. success . V. V , - v Y ,H . , v .1 - yy . , l,r 11 H' i .1 1 41, 1111 1 4 ' H 1' . - .' . ' . . Y 7 Y ' 1 ' A ' 9 7 Y 1 7 !,,1 ' I ', 14 vs 1 I , . 11 I , . 7 " 1 ! Y . , . . .' . ' - - ' f . v 1 v ' 9 1 v - - ' . . ,, . , . , ., , , . Q. . , , D . H. . M1 , -1,,z. . . ,.' H ' 11' , ,r ', ', . ' . . I I A I .L - - Y . . . A . . . ,rv .- . , . . K' ' - . . . ' ' ' 4, . Q v. v . 1 F h L, . 5- . 1 J ' S, ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 K- 1 -V , U ' 'Y v' S . 1 ' lv 1 . , . I . Q 6' f, 1 I I ,, . , 1 , We -it A 1 1 f Ag 2 nb- 1 'T 13- 12 alfffw y1:a1,.+- 1 Q 115 1,1 - f' , 2115: 1 2 wif ' .1 P ff' -..22s.,.1-'Ei ,ff - " ' -sy, f 51:21, Y Y I 1 1: i - v 1 - f .1 Q- - v v Q . - v Y .1 v , H 4: 1 , 1 A . A , 1 A 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , 11 rv , 14 11 . . . ' . ' . . - , , , ' , v 1 v ' y I , , , , , , 6 H U . Q1 - , 1 ' 1 7 r 1 l 1 1 C -1 1 ' I 7 1 V . 1 X, . 1: . ry - ,' - , . 1 . ' ' ' ' ,i.'- 1' 1 ' l' - - ' . 1 .4 - - 4 y . . . V ,, V . . I A . ' . . l . . '- B ' V , 1 . . v .' . . ' v ' ' ' . ' 5 . v' .1 ' n u v K v 1 1 4 1' B L - 1' 'Af I 1 I ' y .T ' ' ' 1' ' " ' ' ' .1 1 ' 'S . ' ', 4 1 I 11 ' 1 --- ---1--.-1.-.,.... ----1......1....l.... CLASS EDGECOMB, JOHN S. "Johnny" College Junior Whaler Assistant, 3, Biographical Edi- tor, 4, Leader's Club, 45 Spanish Club, 43 Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Serenaders, 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee, 33 Minstrel, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Johnny" is the Harry James of Bulkeley School. Without a doubt he is the best musician in the class. With all his interest in music he has still managed to attain a very respectable average. He is presently deciding between a musical career or one in biology. His natural ability and earnestness should help him to suc- ceed in whatever field of endeavor he selects. ELDRIDGE, ROBERT FRANCIS "Lefty" General Varsity "B" Club, 2, 3, 45 Freshman "A" Club, Football, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 3, 4, Base- ball, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketballg Freshman Baseball, Intramurals, 3. "Lefty" is one of the liveliest members of the senior class. He has been a very important member of our football and baseball squads and has contributed much to both these teams. His ability to joke in any situation has been the faculty's torment and the students' delight. We all wish you the best of luck, "Lefty." ELY WILLIAM B Bl College National Honor Society 4 Art Club 1 2 3 4 Pol1t1calSc1ence Club 3 Latin Prize 2 Mathe matics Prize 3 Bill belongs to the intellectual set of Bulke ley School He can be seen usually with his cohort Bove He does his work about school faithfully and that is probably why he ranks so high in our class With his sober and stead fast manner he will have an easy time In life FVANSKI STANLEY EDWARD Stash General Photo B Club 1 French Club 2 Commer cial Club 3 Varsity B Club 4 Sketch Club Stash is one of the quietest and most mod est boys in our class He is considered to be one of the sharpest dressers His quiet manner has made him well liked by the faculty as well as by the students In addition to this Stash has turned in an excellent record on our Cross Country and Track squads We know 'Sy will come out on top l 9 5 0 Page forty one l n 9 , . u nn J , 66 ' . . . . an rr . . - . . . I , . . ' ' ' 7 ' - , I , ac H . , , . 1 J s i ' Y 7 ' 7 ' ' , , 4, Cross-Country, 3, Track, 2, 3. H ' I! ' - ll 77 ' ' - . . - - ' , n . . Q ' ' ' ll 77 . - 4 ' x I I H ' - li ...i... SENIOR FERN, SAUL ALDEN "B0oboo" College National Honor Society, 43 Co-Editor, Whaler Staff, 45 Whaler Assistant, 3, Masque and Gavel, 3, 4g Class Treasurer, 2, 3, 45 Leader's Club, 4, Projection Club, 3, 43 Freshman Bas- ketball, Freshman Baseball Manager, Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 45 Band, 1, 2, Junior Prom Com- mittee, U. S. History Prize, 3. Saul's many extra-curricular activities keep him so busy that it is difficult for one to contact him. He can usually be seen speeding through the halls occupied with one job or another. In addition to this he is another excellent student. His popularity with us is evident by the fact that he has been our treasurer for three con- secutive years. Saul has what it takes to insure a prosperous future. FITZPATRICK, JAMES JOSEPH "Fitz" College Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Baseball. "Fitz" is a long, lanky fellow whose interest in sports, especially baseball, is phenomenal. He has been an active member of the band dur- ing his four years at Bulkeley. He possesses a fine sense of humor and a very likeable nature. 'fFitz" hopes to become a CPA and will be an excellent one. G XGFR ROBERT LLOYD Bo Commercial AA Representative 1 Spanish Club 1 Var sity B Club 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 Band 1 2 Serenadels 1 2 Bob is a calm easy going fellow whose in terest has been centeied mainly around ath letics He is an all around fellow vxho is a staunch supporter of all school activities His ability to make fiiends ought to see him thlough any field of endeavor TH E WHALER Page forty two GALDETIF ROBERT Ygor General Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Seren aders 4 Bob is the big noise of the Bulkeley Band He is well known foi his antics during class and band alike If you can find Ygor you will usually find Hamler for they are an msepar able pair We hope that Bobs ambition to be a diaftsman will not be dampened for we know he ll be tops - - I - ff Y, V 71 ff ,Y 1 1 , b . ., , Q , Q ' 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' u rr , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 1 ia 11 ' ' ' , , . . V ' . . . u 11 - , ' . , ' - ' u 11 - . , . - - , . ' ' - , o . - , - ' u 1 11 ' ' . . . . - V. . . '. - y CLASS GETTY, THOMAS CLAYTON "T0m" College A. A. Representative, 25 National Honor So- ciety, 43 Art Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 45 Projec- tion Club, 4. "Mouse" doesn't believe in studying too hard, but he has no trouble in getting by. He gets words out faster than one can raise a finger, and always gets a joke out when needed. After his fine work in the art club it is safe to assume that he'll do well in that field Good luck, ufrorn H GRAHAM, ROBERT FERGUSON "Bob" College Spanish Club, 4g Freshman Spelling Award. "Bob" is one of those quiet fellows who goes about his own affairs with diligence. But let anyone say a word against the Brooklyn entry in the National League, and he is up in arms immediately. "Bob's" ability to apply himself to his work should win him success in the fu- ture. CRPFLFY IR X FLGENF Horace College VN haler Home Room Captain 1 Spanlsh Club Baseball 1 Basketball 1 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Montrealers 2 Horace s genralrty and xxrt have made him a popular fellow with his classmates He seems to be able to rack off without taking mam books home especially in Room 23 Gene wants to be a language professor some dfry and is 1th hrs ability to get along vsrth people we 'rre sure he urll make a good one GRI NINC CH XRLI1 S HEWRY Charlie College Whaler Assistant 3 Advertising Manager 4 Serenaders -l Nlontrealers 2 Minstrel 4 Charlie rs one of the fellows on the roster of hard workers who says little but accom phshes a great deal Hrs work for the Adver trsrng drvrsron of the Whaler promoted its suc cess rmrneasur ably Charlie s fine w ork rn hrs studies the band and hrs other accomplish ments have designated him as a hustler You hare our best rushes for a happy future Charlie I 9 5 0 Page forty three ug- c ' ' ' it D! v v V 1 55 ' V9 1 . 1 A , : . 1 4 4 . r 1, 1 1 1 , , , s , , , , 2, 3, 4g French Club, 4, Freshman "AU Club, National Honor Society, 45 Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 , S , S ' y , xy ' ' , S - ' ' r i ' , - 9 D 7 ' at ' n v, . v U 7 ' ' v' - ' v . . . , ' - U ,, V, v . . . . . ' . ' . Q Z ' ' - sc ir - , sr , - 1 n , - - ' , . . - i. . . . it ' ' ' ' . ' . ' , . v . K . . . I U ' 7? y -..-i .ii T A SENIOR HAMLER, ALBERT L. "Al" General Student Council, 35 Junior Prom Committee, French Club, 2, 3, Intramurals, 2, 3, -1. "Al" is just one of the boys. He is a genial companion and a good fellow. He seems to be present at all of Bulkeley's activities, always the staunch supporter. Keep that sunny dispo- sition, "Al," and you'll have little trouble. HANRAHAN, JOHN JOSEPH "Swish" College Vice President, 25 Junior Whaler Assistant, 35 Whaler Literary Editor, 4, Student Council, 45 Freshman "A" Club, French Club, 4, Fresh- man Basketballg Freshman Baseball, Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Serenaders, 4. "Swish" will always be remembered for his antics while at Bulkeley School. With a few of his cohorts he has kept us in a state of laughter for four years. "Swish" has also done a fine job in playing in the band and the Serenaders. He is another avid Notre Dame fan and can be heard talking about the merits of Sitko vs. any other backfield star. With his humor and his excellent scholastic record he is assured of success 11 i HARGER HAROLD MERTON Ha College Harpoon 3 Photographic Editoi 4 French Hal is one of those quiet boys who has many achievements to his credit He is rarely seen without his camera and has many fine shots of Bulkeleys football games Teachers know him as a fellow who is willing to woik May he go thiough life outside Bulkeley with the same attitude HE WHALER Page fm ty four HARRISON JAMES MELVIN lm College Art Club 2 3 Spanish Club 3 Piesident 4 Jim IS one of those boys who is often seen but raiely heaid from However consistent good humor and better than avelage ability in his studies mark him as a swell fellow We vsgsh you unlimited success in years to come im f . V , il l!! , A A CSJ' U! Club, 3, 4, ,Plioto "A" Club, 3, 4. , , Projection Club,,4g Intramurals, l, 2, 3, 4. , , 3 CLASS HAYES, CHARLES ARTHUR "Charlie" General Student Council, 15 Spanish Club, 2, 33 Pro- jection Club, 3, 43 Freshman Baseball3 Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 43 Band, 1, 2. "Charlie" is the quiet type on the surface, but we have found that he likes a good time as much as the rest of us. He is often seen at W. M. I. waiting for that certain party. Keep that smile throughout life, "Charlie," HEATON, CHARLES PETER "Pete" College Masque and Gavel, 3, 43 Student Council, 33 National Honor Society, 43 Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 43 Band, 1, 25 Whaler Sports Editor, 4. "Pete" is a fellow who has certainly contrib- uted much to Bulkeley during his four year stay. His sailing ability is well known to all, and anyone will testify to his ability on the basketball court. "Pete" has done a fine job on the Sport Section of this year's Whaler. With all his activities he has managed to attain a scholastic rating' that is excellent. We realize his ambition to be an engineer is well founded, and we know success will be his. HILI DU ID SQLIRI-S Due College F e hman -X Club V 1 itx B Club 3 4 Alt Club 9 Spanish Club 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Montiealers 3 To look at Daxes list of ictixities one ix ould haidlv assume that he xx as of such a quiet nature He seems to do his woik with little 01 no comment uhethei it be pushing back enemy lmemen on the griduon or tackling his studies Vhth youi disposition Dave you cannot fall to be a uc-cess HILLX l'R IR X B KRTHOI UNIX Bu College -Xit Club Z Photo Club 1 Spanish Club Piojection Club 4 Bud is one of oui finest altlStS H1 v'1nced biology diamngs xseie the envy of all hi classmates He is one of the famous Xian tu Indims Bud is a fellou who will be welcomed by the Lnlxelsltx of Maiyland with open arm I 9 5 0 Page forty fzzc . V X i' A, I 3 V L. .. 1 , .. , I . I I A A V .. do 1, S .IA vv J a ,S' t, A. rr , : v 3 A . , .g y Q C ', , 3. . - . ' . S . ' ' y -y 1 ' f 1 - Q 1 ' v r ' Co-Captain, 43 Track, 23 Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 H ,, , i Q .Q ,i . . s afl- PI l ' 1 v. 1 v 1 , . an , uv ' 1 ' .- ' H , is 4 M ' B UA" - Q . 1 - v -- . ' I n .4 Q II 5' YI ' 1 v -' t - . . . . . i . Y v - ' Q . v S. ' ' , 1 ' 7 Ji Y. V ' . 1. . H ,, ' - - . r a s : . SENIOR HOBRON, ROBERT STEPHAN "Bob" College Photo "B" Club, lg Rifle Club, 23 Spanish Club, 3, 4g Art Club, 43 Projection Club, 45 Whaler Room Captain, 25 Monitor, 4. "Bob's" wit and good nature have endeared him to all his acquaintances. When a cheerful word is needed, he is always on hand. Never- theless, his work is never on the short end. "Bob's" spirit should see him through to ulti- mate success. HOFFNER, WILLIAM CHRISTIAN "Bill" College Whaler Staff, Circulation Manager, 4g Na- tional Honor Society, 4g Class Vice-President, 33 Photo "B" Club, 2, French Club, 33 Athletic "B" Club, 3, -lg Football, 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee. "Bill" is steadfast and true. He has a quiet sense of humor and is one of our gridiron stal- warts. He is leaving behind him an enviable record of accomplishment, both as an athlete and a good fellow. JACEY MICH AEL JOSFPH College Spanish Club 2 3 4 Art Club 1 Photo B Club 1 Photo A Club 4 Freshman A try 2 Intramurals 1 2 3 Montrealers 2 4 J C halls from Waterford as his listeners soon discover He has the gift of gab and man ages to maintain good grades most of the time You should be able to talk your way through life Mike TH E WHALER Page forty szx K XPL KN DOINALD SLAW Kappy College Spanish Club 1 2 3 Freshman A Club Montrealers 3 When passing through Chesterfield look up Kappy because he is almost as well known there as at Bulkeley Your sunny disposition and big smile will see you through to the end Don Keep em smiling . , . 4 HJ. Cf, J 4 AY, V J . I N 'H - , , u sy ' . , as ry , 5 7 1 9 Y ! 7 7 ! i Y , H H , H 7! 3 Y I Y, Y 7 1 ' Club, Varsity "B Club, 2, 3, 43 Cross Coun- , ' a i v y 9 i v 1 ' H ,, A - , ' u 91 ' . ' ' , . ' ' ' . .I . , . a . I ' I ' ' - xx n 3 ' ' , ' H ' 77 , . ..--1..i....i. .1-11.-...T CLASS KATAN, LESTER FRANK, JR. "Les" General Masque and Gavel, 3, Vice-President, -ig Fresh- man "A" Club, Spanish Club, 3, 4. "Les" is a familiar figure around school with his acting ability and his never failing grin. He is one of the mainsta s of Mas ue and Gay yn -.q . .el and will long be remembered for his perform- ance in the play that won the New England Championship last year. We wish you all the luck in the world, "Les." KIil.l,l'IY, JOHN JOSEPH "Johnny" College Harpoon, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 43 Art Club 1 4 J, 45 Track,.1, 2, Co-Captain, 3g Cross Country v 'J -. Co-Captain, 3, Captain, 4. That fellow you see evenings streaking over suburban highways is undoubtedly our own "Johnny," keeping fit for the next Cross-Coun- try meet. Were you left to John's own modesty, you would never hear of his sundry running accomplishnients. Your smile and your feet will carry you through life, "Johnny." 3- l h0Rl' KN JOHN GILORC I' John Commercial Intramurals 2 3 4 John is a fellow who shows his skill on the basketball coult duling intiamulals He ls a rabid Bulkeley suppoitei and is noted fox his smooth dancing His 3bl1ltX to be an all alound felloss has made him immensely populai while at Bulkeley I NIB Il' Ol Rm iollege Although Rox has not been piompted to palticipate in oui extii cuiiiculu piogxam he has become a xx ell known member of the class His inteiest in the sciences ls appalently well founded ls he seems to excel in that field We nish you all possible luck in the future Row I 9 5 0 Page forty seven if 9' Q' A 1 I - I . , . . . . , . ,H A.. .' " Q. " ' ,..R ' , .. ,.. , ' .7 ' ' A . . . ' K' . x I U n . . 4. .Zi .. 2 . . Y. Y 1 - ' s w . : . - ' . . 4 .W ' v Y - . ' ' . ' I. 1 . -. . ' ' . - .,. v L- 1 ' , N ' - ' .' , ' . - is vu . ' ' L v . ' ' M ' " .--l .11- SENIOR LOHMANN, HENRY "Hank" College Freshman "A" Clubg Projection Club, 3, Vice- President, 4g Spanish Club, 45 Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Basketball Managerg Intramurals, 1. "Hank" is a care-free, good-natured fellow who spends his serious time on football and schoolwork. He is constantly seen with "that certain one" from WMI. "Hank" hopes to con- tinue his education at West Point, and we are sure that he will succeed in years to come. LONGO, VINCENT ANTHONY "Vin" Commercial Spanish Club, 45 Football, 1, 2, 3g Intra- murals, 3. "Vin" is a quiet chap and disappears as soon as school is over, if not sooner. He is the other half of the familiar Susi-Longo combination. The big gray "Longomobile" and that smile will see you through life, "Vin," -pr omg: MAGAR XLI VIWCFNT ANTHONY Maggie Commercial Band 1 Maggie has never been tempted to partrcr pate rn any of our many extra curricular actrxr tres since his freshman year when the band had trouble finding a uniform small enough for hnn But your magnanrmous spirit will see vou through Maggie T H E W H A L E R Page forty eight M ANICHESTER JOSEPH IS A XC oe College Masque and Gavel 2 3 4 Drama Club 1 Photo A Club 3 Secretary 4 Harpoon 3 Typing Certificate Arrthmetrc Prize Joe rs the kind of person who can talk to anyone about any subject under the sun He would rather talk than eat we are sure and Justly so because he is more than generously gifted in that lrne Joe Manchester Enter p11S6S Incorporated has our best vsrshes for success rn the future . 121 1 L , , . y ? w v v 55 - sy as ss : , 4 14 . A I I . I , . i J , . v 1 a 1 v 1 an u . . H . ,, . . y v H lv v, 1 1 . . . a ' ' , . . . - . . , - . . . v ' as u - ' 7 . . . ' . , I I ' 1 9 . ca ' rx ' L , - Y ' . . 1 AK ' .' ry . V' . .l.1.l.-gl-11 .l.1.-1.-l-ll- CLASS ' " MAYROSE, DALE THOMAS "Tom" General Commercial Club, 3, Political Science Club, 4, Freshman "F" Clubg Football, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4. Although "Tom" doesn't excel in any one Held, he has the distinction of having tried a very large percentage of them. Your versatility will help you in future years, UD. T." MCCARTHY, JOHN 'l'INIO'l'HY "Mac" Commercial Freshman UF" Club, Commercial Club, 2, 3, 4, Intranrurals, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Mac" is one of the Yankee's staunchest sup- porters, and is always heard defending them in any argument. Here at Bulkeley he has proven himself to be a true classmate and a swell fellow, K2 nr WIcl'H XII NORNI KN NI'lI W ac Commercial Class Vrce Presrdent 1 Student fourrcrl 9 Varsrtv B Club 3 4 Freshm rn F uh Conrmercral Club 3 4 AA Representatrve 3 Football 1 2 .3 4 Basketball 1 Brseball 1 7 3 -I Intranrurals 1 2 3 4 Nlrnstrel 3 -1 Trp rng Prrze 2 Mac rs as good natured as they come He doesnt do thrngs for the glory but because he enjoys xx hat he rs conquering He rs one of the most actrve and best liked fellows rn the class Hoppres personalrtx and wersatrlrtv hare already made hrm famou Nllfl HPI I XI UPN Xlrtmh Kommercral rarrrural 1 B l llrtch r another one of our nrusrcrarr Tho e that hare heard hrm plax the pr rno agree that he has a definite future rn the field of rnusrc he choose Lrfe should be a mer rx tune for vou Nlrtch I 9 5 0 Page forty nzne . . , -.-. , I .,, , , , . ..I .. ,. , . . ,, . t .. ' - , 3 ' ...Q Int' ' s, 5 anf,1,2. ,' 44 nv . ,. . . Ar rv . . . v Q - ' ' rr - va -V ' - - - Q .' 1 . . '. I 5 .. v V 1 A 9'1 v . - ' y v v v 1 t y 1- - ---r Aw . - . W. 1 Q N w r r 1 yi v'- 9 . ' Y - i K , , N ., . "' v u Y 9 ' il ' V7 L s AA DY' . v - 1 ' . V ' . , u 'rn - - , . - " V ' Q- N v s. l s SENIOR NASH, LEROY AljGUS'I'l'S "Roy" NASSE'l"I'A, L0l'IS M. "Lou" College Masque and Gavel, 3, -15 Drama Club, 25 Var- sity t'B" Club, 2, 35 Cross Country, 2, 33 Glee Club, 1. "Roy" is one of the happy-go-lucky members of the senior class. His antics and pranks will be remembered by us all. He is a good dancer and a pretty good fellow to have on the Cross Country squad. Good luck, "Roy." Commercial Student Council, 33 Junior Prom Committee, 3g AA Representative, 2, Freshman "F" Clubg Varsity "B" Club, 3, 45 Commercial Club, 33 Football, 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball, 1, 2g Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain, 43 Intramurals, 1, 3, 4g Bookkeeping Certificate, 2. "Lou" is one of those amiable and well-liked fellows who can "rack off" in school and sports with equal ease. The list of extra-curricular activities which follow his name help prove that there is never a dull moment for him. "Lou " you have our sinceie wishes for the best of luck in the futule if NOYIFCH AVRLM 'VIARK Aue College Class Secietau 2 National Honoi Socletx Assistant 3 Whaler Room Captaln 1 Har poon 2 French Club 3 Masque and Gavel 3 4 Dlama Club 1 Photo A Club 1 2 Basket ball NI3lI2.gQl 1 Glee Club 1 2 Avle is a fine fellow ulth an eye for busl ness His untumg vsolk is one of the ieasons for the Whalers success this 5631 When the teachers are not confusing him Vlth Fein they admhe h1s xx ork You have the ab1l1tv to do am Job well Avie THE WHALER lagcfzffy 0 DONNFLL R-XYMOVD I XLL Ray Commercial Freshman A Club F otball 1 2 '3 4 In Ray is not xeu tall but that did not stop him fiom making' himself knovsn to us this V631 thlough his fine football play mg He IS one of the boys and does not let his books con quei him Vie might sag of Ray never too blllliant never too dull ' , fs ' N . at , I., S ' l s , 5 N , 1 r r Q , , N ,- sv 9 v v 3 f n ,vs . . , , A 1 1 . A . 1 , . 1 1 4 :L . .Sy . - , . I- J, , ri vv Q 0 l y Y tt, : - 4g Whaler Staff, Business Manager, 4, Whaler tramurals, 1, 2, 3, 43 Bookkeeping Prize. v I v 5 5 1 1 . L . ' . I . , , KC U , ' ' 1 y 9 v -y ' . ' . ' V. . 1 'v I ' v ' ' . ' 4: ' ay - , .' . , J- , f l y , - , 41 ,,u at 1 . ' ' 1' v 1 - ' v 1 - 1' ' v . ,I Y . ' , , - .L . . ' ' .Z I . y ' . is ' 13 ' ' , . CLASS O'MARA, DONALD EDWARD "Don" College Class President, 1, Student Council, 1, Photo "B" Club, 4g Spanish Club, 33 Bowling Team, 1, 3. One finds a variety of good traits in this con- genial fellow which are pleasing to everyone who has known him. "Don" has the ability to really put his mind on his work and consequent- ly accomplishes a great deal. We are sure you will be a success, "Don." PATTERSON, BURTON ROY "Buster" Commercial Student Council, 1, Freshman "A" Clubg Freshman Baseball, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Buster" is noted for his lively and boisterous personality. He has been an active participant in intramurals. He has chosen a commercial course in preparation for a business career. We feel that "Buster" will meet with success in that mode of life. I EPIN R XYMOIND ALBERT ep College Baseball 1 Track 2 Intramurals 1 2 -1 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Selenadeis 1 7 Pep is one of our most promising musi clans He has become a permanent fixtule of the band and its affiliated organizations He is truly a hard worker We will long remember you Ray for the Joy you have brought to us RISSLFR ROBERT GILORGE Rizz College Photo B Club 1 Freshman A Clu Spanish Club 2 Varsity B Club 3 4 Whaler Cross County 4 Freshman Baseball Fresh man Basketball Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Glee Clu 2 3 'Rizz is an inseparable pal of Tom Tyler and his yellow car He has been engaged in a widely different variety of school activities ranging from Whaler Captain to the track team Rizz s energy and engaging personal itv should serve him in good stead ln later life 195 0 Page fzfty one 1 , A, v ul, as S A Y 1 4. - sv , : . 5 , , , : " " , : " " bs . . . . . ' . ' u n , 7 7 Y 3 ! 7 7 'I I "'1 '! I . I D I 3, 4, Room Captain, 2, Riile Club, 25 Track, 3, 43 , - I D l I Y P ' . . . . . . bv 1 ' , l A Q ,, . . u u '. ' ' 7 Y ' 1 . I - Q . . il ' Y H ' - -..... .Ti '- " -SENIOR ROBERTS, CHARLES BRADFORD "Brad" Commercial Freshman "A" Club, Varsity "B" Club, 3, 4g Cross Country, 2, 3, 43 Track Manager, 2g Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Montrealers, 25 Bookkeeping Certificate, 1. Whenever or wherever the Cross-Country has run, "Brad" has been in there doing his best. His antics on the Montreal trips will long be remembered. His happy disposition, to- gether with his friendly smile, is a combination which will surely bring him success. RUDDY, WILLIAM JOSEPH "Bill" College Intramurals, 1, 43 Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Serenaders, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Three Prize. "Bill" is one of the reasons why the band has a top flight trumpet section. He is one of the most avid Yankee fans in Bulkeley history, and is 1'eady to take on all comers in arguing why the "Yanks" are the greatest ball club on earth. In addition to this he is a good student and though his plans are still unsettled we know he will be a success. SCACCIAFERRO GEORGE Sketchy Commercial Student Council 1 2 Commercial Club 3 Varsity B Club 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Basketball, 1 2 Baseball 1 Intramurals 1 2 Sketchy IS a big fellow who has helped us lmmeasurably in the various fields of sports He doesn t take his schoolwork very seuously but manages to get by anyway Keep smiling Sketchy and the sun will always shme for you THE WHALER Page fzfty two - SHERB BARRY HENRY Barry College Whalei Staff Humoi Editor 4 Whaler As sistant 3 Whaler Room Captain 3 Harpoon Club 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 Barry is a swell fellow who has Just come into his own this yeai as far as high glades are con celned His keen wit has won him the Job as Humor Editor of the Whalex and the reputation as a gloom dodger in class Life vslll be a song fo1 you Bally Ci Q! G6 9, 9 ! 4 . H ,, ' , , : . ' , 5 U 'D , ' ' .I s i - 7 7 7 Y ! ! 3 Y I ' Y ! 7 U l 7 , 5 , 3 , , , 2g Drama Club, 1g Freshman "A" Clubg Spanish qi 4' ! 7 5 7 3 7 ' H ,, . . Y . . . . , ', ,, ,, . V . 1 ' . . V. , , . . . y .. , ' '- -- -'-1 CLASS ' SPICER, RICHARD TOPPING "Rock" General Spanish Club, 2, 3, 45 Masque and Gavel, 3, 49 Baseball, 1. "Rock" is a cheerful, likeable fellow who en- joys his position in the Masque and Gavel and Spanish Club. He is rarely seen when he is not smiling, and always has a good word for every- one. "Rock" will be as steadfast in life as his name implies. SQUIRE, JEROME "Jerry" General French Club, 2, Athletic "B" Club, Secre- tary, 1, Photo "F" Club, 3, Photo "A" Club, 43 Projection Club, 3, 4. There is no doubt that "Jerry" is one of the quietest fellows in the class. He can usually be found in the darkroom or running the movie projector for our entertainment. "Jerry" is kidded a great deal about his interest in farm- ing, but he has stood up well under the attack. SFONF LI-W IS N STH KN ew College Whaler Staff Editor rn Chief 4 Whaler -Ks srstant 3 Whaler Room Captain 1 2 Harpoon 2 National Honor Societx 4 Freshman -X Varsity B Club 3 4 Photo B Club 1 Leaders Club -1 Football 1 7 3 Intramural 1 7 3 4 Freshman Latin Prize Sophomore Lat1nPrrze Harvard Book Prize 3 Lmon Book Prize 3 Lexx is one of the brains of the senior class He has proven that rt IS possible to be unusually active rn both school and extra cur rrcular work He has had the distinction of being chosen Editor in Chief of this years Whaler Staff Lexx xx 1ll have little trouble in his lrfe outside Bulkeley SL SI C FHONI XS Nlrke College Cla s Secretary 3 4 National Honor So ClEtX 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Freshman Base ball Freshman Basketball Intramurals 1 2 Nlrke is a short fellov. who is amazingly unlike his stature in brain quantity His ac complrshments in academic work are many and varled Nlrkes smile and sunny disposition will see hrm through thick and thin I 9 5 0 Page fzfty three , gf, , WN . l - I I - I .I 4, I I LY: z .I HL 'ly I , I. I . g H. . U ' , Q 1 1 S ' 1 .X S 1 1 S ' ' . , 1 ' . ' . . . it 11 . . a . . . . , A . 1 1 A 1 V 1 3 v 1 Clubg French Club, 3, Masque and Gavel, 3, 4, 3, -1, Bookkeeping Award, 2, 3. ' 1 4 I . H H 1 1 1 I Y 1 1 g, I - , yy - - - 1 . - . . Q 1 ' ' ' , , , , -,. , -. ., . Q , . i . . . - ' :'.' I . l l N . - I v . i '- ' ' 1 V i ' , . v. ' : l . . K5 ,YY ' ll . ' ,YY , ' , I 4 ' - -Q - - . J , 64 .U .' ' , ' -11 A SENIOR SYNODI, SOCRATES S. "Soc" Commercial French Club, 1, 23 Athletic Club, 2, 3, 4g Com- mercial Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel, 3, 4. "Soc" is a good athlete and a swell fellow. He has been quite an asset to our football team. He has been engaged in many other activities around school. "Sods" interest lies in the com- mercial field, and we feel that with his ability and personality, he can't miss. TERRY, FRANCIS ELMER "Fran" General Whaler Room Captain, 13 Student Council, 33 French Club, 2, Vice-President, 3, 43 Varsity "B" Club, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country, 2, 3, 43 Track, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Baseball, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Bookkeeping Certificate, 1. "Fran" is another one of the running Terrys. He has been a mainstay in Bulkeley's running sports. "Fran" has not limited his activities to athletics, but has been a hard worker in many other phases of school life. His ambition is to be an athletic coach and with his determina- tion and ability he is sure to produce winning teams. THOMPSON ROBERT ROLAND Archie College French Club 3 4 Spanish Club 1 Varsity B' Club, 3 4 Freshman A Club Intra murals 1 2 4 Football, 1, 2 3 Co Captain 4 Basketball 3 One of this year s co captains on the football team and a good student in his own right Archie is well known and liked by everyone Hls running helped the team in some of its dark est moments Your pleasing personality will win you fame Archie T H E W H A L E R Page fifty four TURNER JOHN CECIL Jack Commercial Intramurals 2 3 4 Minstrel 1 3 4 Jack is one of the fellows who keeps things humming at Bulkeley He can always be counted on to have a fresh supply of imitations and Jokes On entering a class with him one can always be sure of an entertaining forty minutes Keep it up Jack 1 1 sf 1 11 as 11 Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - u 1 . xc 11 ' 1 7 , u 11' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - , . ' . . . . , . . . . . - , , 1 1 ' u ' 11 ' ' ' in 11 . e . . I , . ' an ' 77 , . L-I-l1 -1-7 CLASS TYLER, THOMAS RICHARD "Tom" College Student Council, 1g Spanish Club, 1, 25 Pro- jection Club, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel, 3, 43 Beta Hi Y, 1, 25 Freshman "A" Clubg Track, 3, 43 Cross Country, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Basketball, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 43 Mathematics Prize, 2. Here is another fellow who has tried most of Bulkeley's extra-curricular activities. "Tom" is usually seen in his yellow car cruising around with Rissler in search of some WMI girl. The Coast Guard will welcome you, "Tom." VLIET, WALTER DOUGLAS "Walt" College Band, 4. "Walt" is a fellow who has joined us in this, our last year of our stay at Bulkeley. He is reputed to be the tallest senior, and few will argue that point. Already "Walt" has displayed to us his charming wit and good humor. WARDEN JOHN LINDLEY JR in College French Club 2 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 One often sees him breeze by in his coupe heading for some unknown destination He was the Ramblers high scoring ace Good luck John WIECH DON KLD ALFRED Don General Freshman A Club Varslty B Club 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Intlamuials 2 3 "Don is a fellow who has done a fine Job on our football squad He has been an active pai ticipant in oul intramural SpOl ts He is a high spirited person and his antics ln class have caused many an upheaval He intends to entel the mechanlcal field after Bulkeley l 9 5 O Page fzfty fue l l , , . ML' 93 , I 66 V' , 44 n , ' u n ! ! Y Y 7 Y ! ' ! ! Y . 7 i ' "Lin" doesn't say much, but he gets around. ' , , ' ' ' ' . . . , . . Q Q - , Q u ry ' .' ' , ' ' ' . ' l . ' ' I . , - . - u . u n Y . ..... ..-.... 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' I v v 4 a . ' I . . ' ll ' 1 I1 L1 1 g 1 1 L, L . A 1 . . . , , . .. , ..,. . . 1. . 1. x 1 u ' 1. , 1 1 11, .A , ' f v 1 ' --1 1 1 -1, f 41, x ' ' ' ' 4 II Y ' I . . 1 I . 11 A - "w I W' ' I 4 4 I ' I -. . - 1 1' 1 1 I 1 ' " 7 ' ' 4, k Y 7 . v 9 R ' n . I'v Q I I 1 A 'N 1 n W I - I I. v v. w 'I ' 0 I . Y . 'Y 'I A I I 1'1 nn 1 n 1 ' L1 L. Lx- 1 1 1 ' A v' w 1 1 w ' 1' -1 L ' x, L LI . . C , 1, . 1 f EHQ'l1Sl1 classes of M1. Ray Reed and the 1T12tg1C t1'1CkS of M11 S' I I Yu Y ' 'n I . I Y ' w I V. 'I 1 I - . I L . A I 1 I L, , 1 1 1 ' ' I 1 I 1 1 1 I . , I I1 k I nw . u w'1 I ' 11- Y y. 1 .1 B 1. l I 4 1 I A -1 . I Kc . . I ' , , w ' 1 ,Q K 1 L, . J . . ,1 . V ' ' - . ' . . .... 1 1 , 1 1 1 Y 7 ' , 1 . 1 v- 1 , Y 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 U Q 1 M K u F x. 7 M. 1 . - ' , ' - , 1 XS 4 7 ' ' I .V a 1 - ,I ' 1 L1 fl, , xx ,A .L....T..T ...- ...T,...... 1. 141 lilly., inrllfl RIC HARD I INDQUISI' I ll snlrnf PI' RNSTI' IN Tim mfr CLASS OFFICERS R0 PRI X SLIIIXAN Ill SH.-XX N 111 Ill J I 1 I rs v. 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Q ' . , N .i A 'l ,.., f ,H 1711! 1' 'iffy-1l1'1l CLASS OF 1951 Altel Flllot Ames Fled Anxstos Imnut Andemen Ham Btlgmill St llll9X B6lllSt6lH Rllph B61l1Nt9lIl Ixcques 111 lu Pond Loule Botch1s Stephen B11ll6W John BIOVNH Eugene Buonocore Hemx Bulke Donlld Camp 153,111 Joseph Calex Gelald C upentlel Cllffold C'axanaug,h Ronald C ix 1Slll0 F ispu tl ukln Don 11d DUISOH F1 xnkhn Dean Altled D9ldt1ZkX Jun Dellgeolges Ceolge F1b11C mt Robelt Fenno Flank Flaser Donald Foodman J imw C11 mn VlCtO1 C1dX ex Ross THE WHALER Iago szxty Cleenblatt Meuun CIUSKIII Rlth nd H1efne1 Kenneth Hage E11 15 H llllsex Rlch ud rl llpezn Kenneth H xnes Ha1old Helgeson Kul Handel Duld Hoag, Robelt KlShlllSK1 Pt e Kellex Robelt J Kellx John M Kllleen Dunel Klllg Eugene Knonleo Halxex Ixozek R0b61t Lexlne Helbelt Llndqulxt Rlch llfl NI 1CA1thu1 Dougl ix Nlaclnm Rlch nd Nl 1251111115 CLUILL Nlagune John JWAIXGSKI Wllllam NIcT1gue Bel n llll WI01g21ll Rlchald Nlulphx Edvsald X1Cl10l9 CQOIEQ 'Nuxse Rax nlond P3.Hgll1H9.1l Anchee Po1te1 Robelt Pumerantz Phlhp Qulmbx Althur Rec in 1t1 Elnest Redden Challee Redtold Kenneth Rose Jimes Rxnwko Eduard Shlpno Beltlam Shm Ruth bhux R1Chdltl Qhu LIVHLHCG Shepheld Kenneth Sleath Robert SlSt"l16 Robelt S1ttx Edmond Qlttx V1CtOl Sonn R0bGlt bulllx in Robext J Sllll1X an Robe1tV Su ansen INOIYNRII Svs moon Clalk linsu Rumell T1ll1s Cecll T1 lficonda Petel TUIDLI Celdlfl LQLICCIOHI R1chard XIXCIIYOS George wyllfl Fmll VS itIOLlS Donald VS hlpps James .V 1 1. . , . , , . . . 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' L, ' , F -l...-. .1 l .1 J ', I Page sixty-mic SOPHCMORE CLASS HISTORY Although only half of ou1 hlgh school llfe 19 complete we ah eadv feel ouwelx es a H'12lJO1 palt of Bulkeley When xxe entel ed 111 Septembel of 1948 We found ou1 selves ae bexx 1lde1 ed as any ente11ng Fleshman clash OVQICOIHIHQ all ob staclee placed ln ou1 xx ay by thle change of envu onment 1n school hfe xxe boon became entangled 111 all phaees of cu111cula1 and eXt1 a cu111cula1 act1V1t1es Afte1 a fexx months had gone bx xxe began ou1 fnst pOl1t1Cdl stumplng as 1T16IHlJ81Q of Bulkeley 5 student body As a lesult of ou1 6l9Ct1OHb Robe1t S1nag1 a was choeen P19S1Cl9Ht John Malone Vlce Plesldent Thomas McEnaney Sec1eta1y and Paul G10 hockl TIQHSUIQI Membele of ou1 class Stdl ted to hnd then places on the echool x athletlc teams and on the honol 1o1l Aleo f18Sl1lTl61'l vxele to be found ln the l1ghte1 b1Cl6S of echool dCt1V1t19S lex S t1ue makeup We haxe stux ed to pa1t1c1pate 111 all of 1tQ act1y1t1ee and we have attempted to QIVQ of ou1 beet to It Becauge of l'llS hne xx o1k1n glllfllllg u thx ough oul hm st han oxx mg xea1 xxe agaln elected Robelt Slnagla to the oflice of P1651 dent Roundlng out hle slate xx e1e Thomae McEnanex VICE P1eN1 dent Edxxal d Glynn Sec1eta1y and Melv1n Jetmole T1ef1su1e1 Thle yea1 xxe contubuted manxf mole of ou1 membeu to the act1v1t1es of aftel school hou1s Noxx that half of ou1 stay at Bulkeley IQ complete xxe a1e look 1ng f01W31 d to ou1 next two yea1 S as uppel classmen and the t1me xx hen xxe xx 1ll look back at ou1 xea1 Q at Bulkelev xx 1th 1ex e1ence 'S 9 . . U L . Y I I a I' W l ' . l to y. , .. . f, I -1 g . . 1 , - U . 1 r . w . n 7 '-1 , . - ' v ' - . . . . I 1 1 I ' ' 4 I '1 . I U. B 1 1 I 3 19 - I I I. I 1 . . . - 1 K 4 - .y, 7 - - -L1 .1 5 ' ' ' s 1 'K' Q a . Q - ' .3 l I N I . 1 ' I I N g 1 I W' I K., L. y , . - ,5 . n 1 I n I n 4 f 1 Q - 7 7 7 7 I1 . I' l'v D I 'D I NW I fn . . I 4 N N ,W . f K . 1 fl 1 'x . I 'w 7 l . . . . 1 1 N. N K . . . Being' a year older now, we have become fully aware of Bulke- ' Q s f " ' ' s ' ' ' af ' ' ' '- ' - v 1 v y -1 ' ,V ' Q.. , ' . 1'- nf 7 . L . e 4 fn I fi K I 'I 6 . I I 1 Q v ' . 1 s ' a C 'e - . K I I V I. C I I l 1 U u. s ' . . r u- Q f I . I .ki i 7 1 I - I I 1 ' I I 7 'I' I I- 18 1 I ' ' ' ' U7 'kg U ' ' V ' 0 THE WHALER 1950 0 171-twin ROBERT SINAGRA President ,. ,. MELVIN J ETMORE Treasurer C LA ss oFFlcERs THOMAS MCENANEY V ice-President EDWARD GLYNN Secretm y SGPHGMQRE Page szvty 1 uce ' 1 , ,. . ' - . - P 5' U 4 1 .. V1 Q .- A A A f -. V -fl , '1 THE CLASS OF 1952 Abrams Robert Alexander Paul Axlton Donald Baker Fled Barlow W1ll1am Bunum Gardlner Blll Rlchard Blngham MlltOH Blrk Kxle Bourgualt Gelald Plennan TQIFV W Blughera Domen1co Butt John Cadx Rlchard Comstock Thomas Cubllla John Cullen Kex1n C'urt1ss Kenneth Damon Earnest DdX1S Frederlck Donahue James Edxx irds Thomxs Elenoxxltz Leonard Exanskx Joseph Facas Ronald IH-1liLl John Folex John Games Robelt Gamel Rlchald Glxnn Edxxard G1gl1ott1 Anthonx Golra Nlcholas Grohockl Paul Hall Ddxld Herndon John Holt Nelson WHALER Page sz fyf Hxde Edxxln Jetmole Melxm Johansen Plllllg Johnson John Jox ce Eflvxdld Knauff Robert Krleger Petel Kullck Stephen Leonald Wllllam Lexxls Wlllldnl Lexxrx Bxlon MacDonald Laxxrence MacKax Wllllam M 11,10 Nlcholas Mahan Oxxen Malone John Mann Leonard Mara Cornellus Mzuchant Don ild Max or Ronald Mcfwlaxe James McEnanex Thomas McGa11x Rax mond T McMahon Paul lVICT1gll9 FIAITCIS Mex QI Fled BLHOII Thomas Mountzoules Har1x Mugoxelo RlChdI'fl Nlelle Wlllldm Nlchols John E Noxes Charles Parkel John Pennella Flanklln Perk1ns Mllton Pexrx Robert Pescatello R0b9lt 11618011 Leonald P1llCh Ddxld P1ttO11 Ronnle Pl.lI'l'1913l1tZ Gllbert Rabon Wllllam Read Charles Rlce Mancel Rogoff Rlchard Rxan Wlllldm b1l1t9l Maxel Schxxeld Be1na1d Secchlaroh Thomas Shepatln Hx man Slnagra ROb61t Slsk Robelt Smlth John St GGIIHHIIT John Stepp Robelt Sutera Ronald Sxxan Challes Sxxatzbulg Alxln Sxlxld Laxxlence Taxlox Wllllam TLIIIS Edxxald TCIIX Daxld THQIS Conlad VanAtta Challes Vlllanoxa LHVNIGHCQ Wallel Robms Watems Robert Whlte Charles Wllcox Rlchald W1lson Arthur York George 1 1 v 1. I 4 T , I , H 1 1 s 1 . v' 1' 1 1 1 4 I I A Y v 1 1 Q 1 . l I '. , 9 ' a J 9 . .v A , Y ' ' v 1. 1 1 ' ! , 7 7 I 1 I . I 1 I l .I C v a v . . I . 1 I I 1 v v v ' ' 7 ! Y Y , Q 7 T 4 1 vi 1 ' .4 'I . .I 7' I , l - x . r 1 , 1 v v v 1 T 1 1 1 J v x . ' . 9 . 2 9 . 1 . I V Y I ' " 7 Y 7 9 - 1 ! ' . ,. . . iv, . 2 ,. , A . I . v -1 , . . v ' 4 4 , . , ., , , 7 7 ' ! Y ! ! . . , , f . . , , L , 1 be , Darlmg, Alvm Marshall, Ray Sutera, Joseph I vl 1 . 1 '1 v x Y . ' , ' .' , ' , x. s, , f K . VI 1 I I V I 1 1 vm 1 vi c 1 , c . . , L A , v' . . v . y ' v v'. - 1 Y n 7 I ' I 7 . A , L , , . K, .Y . x ' -. ' 1 1 1 1' x v. 1 ' v v ' '! R. -. 1' v . 1 , . . , , ,' f 9 . y . v v 4 1 1 ' 1 m 7 Y ' 'Y D 1 1 1 1 v 4 7 L 7 1 Y ' 1 v 1 . q l v y 4 7 7 Y . J 4 1 . .y K Y ,v Sv I . y 0 . v ' 7 1 7 L 7 . I 1 I I 1 Y 9 1 I V' I 4 l ' V . . , 9 v , v 1 v v 4 . r .....ii- .1-l.l.-1 nfl' - - our Page sz'.1'fy-fz'z'c FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY U11 bG1DtQlT1bQl 8 me e11te1 ed F1eel1111a11 Hall fo1 tht ll1NL t1111e dw B11ll1eleV stucleuti A1te1 clNS0C1f3.lL1l1Q 11 ltll o111 llUll'L 1oo111 t9dCl'l6lN me fc1111111f1114ed 0111 eelves xx1tl1 the patte111 of Bulkelev Sthool llfe, not onlv 111 the lOCdt1OIl oi ou1 V31 10111 1oo1111 but cllSO lll tl1e ebtabllshed 1ule1 and 1eg111f1t1o111 Aitu 61 ten 11 eelw we Cl1SCOV6l9Cl tl1e 6f'l9Cl21V6l16SS 01 M1 Cantv 1 111l2tlSl1OLlN 1115 .md ten and dleo l1ee11d 111a11v tales oi M1 Peck Q College D611 1 l111e1lly gettlug settled we elected IgQ11llC,llll WlllOl1Ql1lJX I 1111 dent, lxobelt Blllflb, V1ce P1ee1de11t R1Clldld MQQL1111 Seam 1111t1f1l Vefu Memv 111e111be1b ol o111 class had JOIHCCI the iootb1ll and Ll ox eo1111t11 Nquacls and w1e1e bfjlllg gl oo111ed fOl iut111 Q 111 1 111 111 the yecu 5 to come The F1e1l1mf111 baeketball tee1111 was LllONQl1 bx M1 S1111 and tl1e1 ClG1T10HStlclll6Cl tl1e11 ab1l1t1 111 1Jl9l1lll1l13lX tontexte l1e1o1e the 1 d19lJCV gcxmew We oi the Fliiwllllldll olds have had fi 11111 fllled l11 t ve 11 11 Bulkeley and Vac hopeiullx look fO1XXdlCl to tl11ee lllOl6 lmplnv YCJIS 1 N . 7 - . if . . . P' '. . V , ' .. " , 1 1 v 1 1 ' . . '1 .1 l - v' - 3 1 1 . -S, 7 1 I 's -'r .P1 1 7' . . ' V .Y L, U ' 1, .w, ' ., ' 1 1 l 1 5 L1 . . - . ' S. ' . . ' - - - 1.1 1-X ' 1 , 1 1 l , . 1 1 1 . W 3-1 ' '1 1 I-' - A . 1 1 f 1 ' . ' 1 H - 1 7 17' r' . H - . . 1 . ,, ' q D , 1,5- .'v . .N ',- . X' .. ,f '., y,,.,- ' 7 'Y taryg and Frzxncis Devendittis, T1'easu1'e1' to guide us tl11'ougl1 our ' . U 11 ' . , .A 1 . ' . -' - 1 2 . . 1 QS- v 1 -1 V ' 1 . ' . lv I 1 ' ' 1 - -, - 1 ,1 V" .1 3 't '.:1 . ..:f. . f f .-' A ',2,z. v ' - V 7-1 1 7- 1 vc 1 - A 1 1 . f T H E W H A L E R I 9 5 0 I 1 1 'iff-sh CLASS OFFICERS KI NNPTH WILLOLI III X Izuzrlrnf Xl' F RANK IS DFVENDITTIS T IUNZIIII ROPFRT PLRNS 1161 Pzrsulrnf RIC HARD 'NIQC LIRF Sllllffllil FRE HME Prlge SI :ffl v 1 ri? . . v w 'AL A J V 1 v J P ,Q V VN 1 1 fu J 1 4 1 . L ' fu 1-1.-', 3 V " ,, a , ? A i ,, J Z 42 A, ,f 1, 'C , V fjjfkf n 4 ,wr ' ' X' , MW, M H 1 ' .' ' . if v W, . , J , ,V 4 ' 1 4 I-,'. -v- n',.-. . x , f ' . 1' , K . I I CLASS CF 1953 Ad 1m Alf1ed AlKlC1SOll wlllllm Aldrlch GGIH-llfl Altman Mlchael Ames Gene Andlexns Cha1les Archer James Aronson Lexus Arsenault Peter Beran Bruce Bergman Robe1t Barnett Leslle Barnes Robelt Ballestr1n1 T1 1c1 Bourque Ronald Bragavs Lou1s Brennan James Brovsn Ernest Brovsn John Buell Rlchard Burke Raxmond Bvars W1ll1am Bvrne Robert Callahan Don xld Callahan J Julllll Callahan J Joseph Campbell Herbert Caron Lems Carxer Charles Chapplll Ron zld Clarkln Laxuence Clean James Crawford Jack Cobbledlck James Cohen Donald Colonls Ha11x Cottrell Paul Cullen Keun D Am1co Ronald Darnell John Defo1d Thomas Degetano ROb9lt H E W H A Page sixty ezght Dexendlttls F1 inus Donnel fO1llLSll0N E1ton Piul Folex Robe1t Cannon Edmund Ce1ast1 FLllOf1l0 C oldbelg, M IUIILL C xmont Paul HdHl1lt01l Stephen Hmcock RlLlldlCl H 1111 1h 111 I 1m1s H lX 1 s Rol 1nd Holt Nelson Hopkms FIAIICIS K xn xbls C onst illflllt, Ixellx John Llke Rlch llfl Lasali F1ank Lau rx BX 1011 Laxore Rube1t L11 A1thu1 LlDd1Lll0 Anthonx Lok John L0l'lCll92,,0ll F1 ink Loxu lnce Douglas Nl1cDonald RObQ1t lVl'dCL'1lQll F1ank Nlagulre R1cha1d 'VIll1tl'l0llS Allstxolts 'VIa1lo11e Rxehald WIcGu11e RlCl1dlCl lVIetzge1 Alan 'VI1les Ras mond Nlltchell Eltftheuos Wlozloll Joseph NIulle1 Waxne 'NIunge1 Challes NlCllOlN0ll Xl 1ll1am OFOHIIOI James Ol1xe1 R1cha1d Ol1XQll Raxmond Pance1a Raw mond Pdlktl Do11ald leek Robe1t Pescatello Anthonx Ph1lopena R1cha1d Plea Lou1s Plalsted Be1n11d Qlllllll Thom is Rambush Kent Reexes G9Olg6 R1Cl1d1flS lN0lm3ll Rolfe E1nest Rose Chappell Rublll Jllllill Rutbe1g Mdltlll Scott John Settle Delbe1t Shaba1ekh JllllU's Shafne1 Matthew Shasha Albelt Sherb Joseph Sleath Kent Smlth W1ll1am Sne1de1 Joseph Spezlall V1CtO1 Stoddald Russell Stonel Daxld Sulsman Joel Taxlol Robert TGIIX Afthul Thlstleton Daxld T11rell Matthews T1a1stman HHIFX Tupp James Tuneskl R0b6lt Wdllell Robelt Wheele1 LHIIX VVh1te R0be1t Whltten Rax mo11d Vhlcox James Wllloughbx Kenneth Wolx 91tOl1 Cha1les Z1QZ1l,llE'XX1CZ Nllchael 1 1 . ' 1 1 1' 1 4 I Q I 2 , X ' 1 1, 2 1 ' 1 1 1 " ' ' 1 1 ' 1 7 1 1 A , 1 1 , r 1. L 1 , 1 l 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 C 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . ,1' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 c 1 1 1 , c 1 1 J 1 ,- 1 1' . , ' 1 1 , 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 Y' 1 Y v 4 I 1 K 1 K 71 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' 4 1 1 '-1 . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , c 1 1 , , I ' 2 'Z 2 , 12 51' , ' 1' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' A , 1 l 1 I R , 4 1 , , 1 ' '1 ' '1 , , 1 1 , c ' ' 1. 1 ' 1 11 .'1 1 1 1 ' 1 f 1 '1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 , c c 1 , 1 1 1 v . 7 v 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 , c , 1 , 1 1 1 11 1 1. . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 f . 1 1 Burnes, Donald LEWIS, Robert Smalley, Leo . . . 'Y 4 v . . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 y- 1. '1 ' ' 1 1 C 1 4 1 I l V 14 1 1 1 1 , 1 2 1 , ' 1 , 1 1 J 1 rl' I 1 A v' ' 1 - K l f 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 K Y ' 1 Y. 1 1 N 7 i 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1. 1 1 44 v 1 7 , ' 1' 1 c 1 , 1 l 31 Q , D I ' I ' 'L - I I 1 . 1 v. ' 1 5 A Y ' 1 . 4 va ' l 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 V ' 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '.'1 ' A 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1' 1 A '1 1 1 ' , , ' 11' A 1 " ' ' 1' 1, , ' 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 ' 1 . 1 v l ' ' I Q 1 v 1 1 1' A ' 1 1 1 1 4 1 - 1 . 11 1. . . . 1 , , 1 1 A ' 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 ' 1 1 7' 1 1 1 , 1 , v 1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1' 1 - 1 1 , 1 1 l 1 1 1 11 1 ' ' 1' ,, ' 1 1 , . A --1.1-...l.......i...- - Page sixty-n ine Page seventy 4-N Page sc venty-onr Bulkeley .., . Bulkeley ' , t Bulkeley ...,,, it Bulkeley , , it Bulkeleyt it Bulkeley ' . Bulkeley Bulkeley THE SEASON 6 Weaver 7 it , ,, 26 Hz11'tfo1'cl Y , Y. . 7 tt14 New Britain it it 0 Stonington., M12 t 123 Windham . t H MU26 Fitch. 0 Tech t t t t. t.12 t,t,t 14 Norwich t ,tttt,, 334 FOOT Page seventy-three BILL O BRIEN Coach HARTFORD PUBLIC Bulkeley s only victory came over the Owls of the Hartford Publlc High School 26 7 An unusually small crowd of Hartford rooters saw Bob Bodach take the openmg klckoff and race 90 yards for a score which put the Tigers ahead of the heavily favored Owls Bulkeley mox ed 60 yards IH the second quarter to score aga1n Bob Thompson scoring Hartford howew er retaliated with a 70 yard march to make the score 13 7 at halftlme Bulkeley scored again ln both the thlrd and fourth periods and checked the Hartford attack to put the game on FOOTBALL 1949 The football season of 1949 was one of the most dlsappolntlng campalgns in re cent s ears for Bulkeley elevens The one vsln and sex en lost record does not tell the entlre story however as most fol lovs ers of the team will testify It Was a puzzle that this team was not a w1nn1ng one for lt had Welght and depth and at times dlsplayed championship ball against the best ln the state Despite the poor record two men were placed on the E C C team and one on the All State WEAVER The Bengals opened the season at Mer cer field by bowing to Weaver of Hart ford 7 6 The Green Scourge scored without g1v1ng up possession of the ball after the opening kickoff and from then on lt was an up h1ll battle for the Tigers It seemed that whenever Bulkeley would costly penalty would stop the attack They scored ln the final period but It was too late in the game to w1n ICB Thus what was to be the Tigers only win of the season was a startling upset victory over a team rated as one DAVE HILL of the state s best Page seventy fozu Co Captam 7 k 0 a 9 ' ! 9 7 - ll !7 begin to drive downfield, a fumble or a 9 , . Y - n . Q . u V 7 Y Y . Y . , g Y ' 9 Y NEW BRITAIN At New Brltaln the Golden Hurrlcane defeated Bulkeley for the fourth consec utxve year thls time by a 42 14 count The Tlgers fallure on pass defense proved to be thelr downfall as All State Lou Magnoh passed again and agaln for large gains When Magnoll wasn t pass mg a trlo of other backs would rlp 05 yardage on the ground Bulkeley s scores came on long runbacks of pass lntercep tions Louls Bond caught a Magnoll pass on h1s own 15 and raced 85 yards for the Tlgers first score and Don Burke s 55 yard dash through the entlre New Brlt a1n elex en provlded the second tallv STONINGTON Returnlng to Mercer field the Tlgers dropped a 12 0 declslon to an underdog Stonlngton squad Both scores for the Bears came 1n the second perlod on drlves that covered 40 and 50 yards respect1ve ly Bulkeley looked IITIDFCSSIVG 1n the first perlod of play but after the Bears scores they lost thelr drive and were un BOB THONIPSON Co Captazn KFITH JOHNSON Ass: tant Coach to plague the Bengal cause as Don Burke Jolned Bob Eldrldge and Bob Thompson on the casualty 11st WINDHAM Travehng to W1lllmaHtlC the Bengals ws ere turned back by the Wlndham Whip pets for the first tlme slnce 1940 26 13 It was merely a case of too much T1ll1s DuBose for the Bulkelev cause ThlS fast and clex er Wlndham back personally ac counted for all of thelr scores and ran for two touchdowns that were nulllfied because of cllpplng penaltles Bulkeley ralhed 1n the final perlods w1th Nlck Morgan and Bob Bodach spearheadmg the Tlger offense on two scormg drn es ax eragmg 65 yards A Morgan to Mc Phall pass prowlded the first score and a 22 yard run bv Bodach the second Paqe seventy fu c 7 , - . , - 7 ! ' ! 7 , - 7 , - . . , 7 , - able even to threaten. Injuries continued - .S p, Y , ' . I 1 I l 'D . ' '.v . 9 - FITCH The Tanagers of Robert E. Fitch clinched their first E. C. C. championship by coming from behind 4 times to nose out the Tigers in a thrilling contest, 30-27. The game left nothing to be de- sired as far as exciting football goes. There was fine running and passing on both teams, and at times, good defensive play. The winning touchdown for Fitch was engineered by Red Manchester as he found Larry Johnson, speedy Fitch end, with a spectacular long pass. Ace Bodach and Nick Morgan were outstand- ing for the Bengals. TECH Touchdowns in the first and third quarters gave the Chapman Tech Huskies a long waited for Cnine yearsl 12-0 victory over a favored Bulkeley squad. Both teams entered the game hoping to improve very unimpressive records 5 victory meant a successful sea- son for the winner. The Tigers threat- ened several times, once moving to the Tech 5, but each time the Huskies rose to the occasion to take possession. Dave Hill and Louis Nassetta played fine de- fensive and offensive ball to be Bulkeley standouts in a losing cause. N. F. A. Bulkeley's hopes to wind up the season with a victory were shattered by tradi- tional rival Norwich Free Academy, who, led by Don Scott, scored in every period to rout the Tigers 34-14. The game was a far cry from last season's scoreless tie as the game was wide open, featuring long distance plays. A 60-yard Morgan- McPhail pass set up the first Bengal score, and a Thompson-Ballestrini aerial accounted for the second. Thus the 85th meeting between the oldest schoolboy rivals in the country saw N. F. A. win- ning their 50th against 25 for Bulkeley and 11 ties. Halfback Bob Bodack and lineman Tom Comstock were placed on the All- Conference team and Co-Captain Dave Hill was placed on the All-State eleven. Senior members of the squad were: Captains Hill and Thompson, McPhail, Nassetta, Synodi, Bell, Ballestrini, Bo- dach, O'Donnell, Eldridge, Hoffner, Cas- tagna, and Lohmann. F6 I .1 A sr UOHOCOTC estr 1 ch Bd IT .4 e-1 ,-. Cnc I o K Jntm llh G ge x Tile G gott MCGA1 ei Lax Ex, isk De georges Soni rsRe NE E X N lrthR WD 1 First Row: 'ouch Johnson, Baum, Comstock, Sist' , Eldridge, Thompson, Hill, Bell, Synodi, Lohmann, Hoffner, Conch 'Bricn. Second Row: Turner, Burke, Brown, B , McPhz1il, Nassetta, Castagna, Barlow, Lindquist, Morgan. Cavzlmulgh, N eodzi , ' ll -.' ii i. Third Row: alliscy, Harrison, 0'Donnell, Bond, Shaw, Campagna, Maginnis, Anastos, Sitty, Alderson, A Jrums, Swanson, 'hil pl -1. Pol o : z1'i.', cl 'ai ds, dd 1, -j, "ns i, li ., 1, il i i, ' i" ll, an -r, :1 nn, 2 or -. P gc Qezcnty mm THE SEASON Bulkeley , ..,.,., . 27 Billard .....,..,. .. Bulkeley ...,...Y. 34 New Britain ....,.. Bulkeley ,........ 33 Fitch .............. Bulkeley .,.,,ii,i 48 Cranston .....v.. Bulkeley ......... 42 Alumni .....,. . Bulkeley ......... 37 Norwich .,r... Bulkeley ......... 45 Stonington ...... Bulkeley ......r., 38 Windham .......... , Bulkeley ..,,..... 37 Tech .......,.,,c.i,c.. . Bulkeley ....,.,.c 44 Worcester Trade Bulkeley ,ccc..,.. ......... 2 8 Bassick .....,c,..,,,.. Bulkeley ..,,,..., 43 Windham ........... Bulkeley ...,...,. 63 Fitch ..,...... . Bulkeley ......... 26 Bassick ........ Bulkeley ........, 35 Norwich ..e... Bulkeley ......... 46 Stonington ......... Bulkeley ......,,. 46 Tech ....,,...c........,. Bulkeley ......... 35 Coast Guard J. V. BASKET .5 Page eigh ty-one BILL O'BRIEN Coach Bulkeley's 1948-49 basketball squad, somewhat a let- down from previous years, emerged from a tough 18 game schedule with an eight win and ten lost record. The Tigers were kept more than busy throughout the long season facing one prep school and a college junior varsity, as well as the best that three states could offer in the way of high school competition. In the season's opener with a highly regarded Billard quintet, the Bengals were convincingly turned back 44-27. After a nip and tuck first quarter, Billard's height and speed began to tell and it was just too much for the Tigers. The first interscholastic contest was played against New England's best schoolboy five, New Britain's Gold- en Hurricane. Led by Austin Joyce and Bob Eustis the Bengals made a game of it but collapsed in the final pe- riod to lose 44-34. A missed foul shot by Austin Joyce, after a last sec- ond score threw a dog-eat-dog game with Fitch into overtime which finally saw the Tanagers hand Bulkeley their first E. C. C. defeat 36-33. Dick Lena was the only Tiger to hit double figures. Fred Ballestrini George Olsen Gene King Dick M01 gan Journeying to Rhode Island, the Bengals registered their first win, a 48-36 decision over a good Cranston team. Joyce, Lena, and Killeen all hit double figures while Ma- lone and Bergeson contributed some fine defensive play. In the annual Alumni game, the "Grads" fell to defeat for the eighth consecutive year, 42-30. Bulkeley was in command at every stage of the game and won going away. High scorer was Austin Joyce with 12 points. After piling up a 15-0 first period advantage, the Nor- wich Wildcats desperately held on to nose out the Tigers by a 40-37 count. Sophomore Nick Morgan was outstand- ing for Bulkeley, dropping in 12 points. Two successful free throws by Lena tied the score and a free toss by Morgan gave the Tigers a thrilling 45-44 con- ference win over Stonington. Joyce netted 18 points to be high man for the evening. In their next game, a strong Windham squad scored 23 points in the final period to subdue a fighting Bulkeley five 47-38. It was the Tigers' third Eastern Connecticut Conference loss against one victory. The Bengals returned to the win column by downing a stubborn Tech five in overtime by a score of 37-36. Lena's 16 points, as well as his aggressive court play sparked the Bulkeley offense. A jump shot by Nick Morgan proved to be the margin of victory. Dirk Lena Lf'nn1'r Ilvrgrsrm Austin Joyce HENRY CAREY Assistant flllllfll .llnrlfu flllllf ll QQ A late rally, typical of those made all season by the Bulkeley five, turned back a rangy Worcester Trade team 44-38. Lena, Morgan, and King all hit double figures for Bulkeley. A 54-28 rout by Bassick dimmed considerably Bulkeley's hopes for a post- season State Tournament bid. Bassick controlled both boards and John Bjorklund, a speedy guard for the Lions, dropped in 23 points. This combi- nation proved too much for a Bulkeley 'team which was way off in its shoot- ing. The Windham Whippets recovered from an early deficit to romp over Bulkeley in a game which saw 51 personal fouls called. The final score was 59-43. Fitch's bid for a clean sweep of New London basketball competition was rudely jolted to the tune of 64-37 by an inspired Bulkeley squad still looking to close the season with .500 average. Lena, Bergeson, and Morgan all hit double figures to spark the offense. First Row: King, Bergeson, Olsen, Lena, lllorgan, Joyce, Ballestrini. Second Row: Coach 0,B1'iQll, Cohen, Killeen, Malone, Lindquist, Cainpagna, Kelley. Third Row: Terry, Carpentier, Burke, Shay, Thompson, Levine, Shepherd, Coach Carey. Fourth Row: Gager, Ward, Kashanski, Cavasino. X1 ' N1 r N 1 1 111 F IN 1 W1 1 1 1 1 .1 g X1 111111111 g Xlllgf 1 11 1 11 '1111111111 .N , 1 1 1 .N c 1 1 1 1 N X , x h 4 HKKN 11,11 1 1 11111111.11 N 1 1 ,, 1 1 1 1 1 bclx , N N 111111111 1 1111 g11n L11 N19 ,1 .X 1 N 1 lc 1948 1949 Xllljl 1 KN 11 111111 JNL N1 11 1 1 1 K1 1 l 1.111 11 1 1-1 1111' 1 1111111.1g11.1 11l111ll1l1N1 Q111111111 X11w1-11.1 INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORD 4 N' 1 1 6 11 1 1 3 J THE WHALER 9 11 X"lS111t'1,1U1lS211!'2111111l'2111111I1111''111I'1'1'S111 111l1111'11'X'S 1'1-1111'11 Q111111- '1111 1I11.'s1ck, Th- 51'1l1'1' 11"1f11111'111s1 111111l11L'211 XY1111 111211 111' 1111- 111'S1 11- -11111-'. 11 111-1111-' 5-1-26. T11- Ti, -1's 11111'-1 1l'lL'1i 111tf1 1111- 11'111 c1111111111 111111 21 st- 1'111111' 1111: -1 111 N1 ' '11'f'1'AC21f11'f11Y1112111f1X'1'1'11I111'C111111'S1. 1':1l1'f'11l'1N , 1' 11 1'11 1111 gg-11 ,- "1 1 11111.21 1111511 s11111.11'-1.' 1111-'11 111111111111 11 111 11115. T11 - 1111111 .'c111'1 11'-1s 215-Iiii. 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'1111 111s-111111111-51--1:11111111-111-1111'-11s1'111'1-111111-1'11-1:11'11111'11-111111111'V111'.'11j1 1111- '1111l 1111111111-11 21 52-215111-1-is11111 11111 111111-1'. 1111l1'l'1'XI1l'1'11'111'1'11 1.211101 1--1111 1.1-1111 127 In ' 11111 13k'1'gl' '.'11 .IS .I '-'1111 UN -11 l' '11 T2 111.1111 514 IC s11s I111 A121l11' 23 Kill - -11 21 1l1111'11111111 IT 1'211'1l1'1111l'1' 111 11'111-s11'1111 51 1" 1 S '1'11'1'1' ' 1 A 11111 '1 THE SEASON Bulkcley , ..,AA..,A 6 Alumni . , ,... .A . Bulkeley ... v.. , , 1 Woodrow Wilson Bulkclcy or ,. .19 Stonington Bulkeley o..oo,, 2 Fitch ooooo or Bulkcley ooo.... 1 Tech .ioi, 1 Bulkcley oooo.o, 4 Billard ooooo 1 Bulkeley .... 3 Norwich .,.i,. Y Bulkeley ...Y,,i 6 Norwich .....i . Bulkeley ..., ,112 Stonington oc.i .. Bulkeley c.c,,.. 6 Windham ,oc.,.. . Bulkeley ...... 7 Billard .,oo.. . Bulkeley or or 2 Norwich , Bulkeley cccl 1. 5 Norwich , , Bulkeley ..,cccc 10 Fitch Bulkelcy 1. 11 Tech . Bulkeley Il Windham 1 BA 'fglnva QXXXK f Bulkeley's 1949 Baseball squad, preseasonly rated as just another mediocre team, surprised most fans by turning in a final record of 10 wins and 6 losses, and placing second in the Eastern Connecticut Conference. In the opener with the Alumni team, Bulkeley came from behind to win 6-5 in the ninth inning on a clutch single by leftfielder Bob Eldridge. Their first interscholastic game was played the following day when the Tigers bowed to the Presidents of Woodrow Wilson, 7-1. Swinging into E. C. C. play the Bengals collected 18 hits and rolled over the Bears from Stonington 19-1. Kenny Spargo was credited with the win. A ninth inning balk, committed by Spargo handed Fitch a hard-fought Z3-2 win over the Tigers. Norm Tedford, Fitch hurler, pitched 4-hit ball and cooled off several scoring threats by Bulkeley. Tech toppled Bulkeley in their next start 6-1 behind the 2-hit pitching of Hugh Devlin, Jr. Bill Baum pitched a 5 hitter to become the winning hurler of a 4-2 decision over the Admirals from Billard. Baum walked no less than 11 batters, yet was able to put out most scoring threats. On the road at Norwich, the Bengals split a twin bill with the N. F. A. Wildcats. Norwich scored a convincing 13-3 victory in the opener but dropped a 6-5 decision in the nightcap. High- light of the day was a long home run by Bulkeley's Bob Eld- ridge. The Tigers scored 12 runs in the first two innings and then had to hang on desperately and kill a last inning rally in order to nose out the Stonington Bears 12-11. Bill Ufllllll Hob Elflrizlgv .lim Ciurrlano X. Next, Bulkeley scored a 6-5 victory over the Whippets of Windham. Jerry Cotnoir cruised along the route stead- ily, in trouble only once, to gain credit for the win. In Billard's return tilt a three-run rally in the ninth by the Admirals was enough to nip the Tigers 8 to 7. A doubleheader with N. F. A. opened the Bulkeley Centennial Cele- bration. Before a crowd of more than 750, the Tigers took the E. C. C. open- er 2-0, behind the shut-out pitching of Jerry Cotnoir. Fred Ballestrini's sin- " gle in the 9th was the deciding hit. Norwich won the second game, com- , ing from behind, 7 to 5. C0-C'1P'f"'1S Bulkeley moved into second place behind N. F. A. in the conference by defeating Fitch in the return game 10 to 5. . An 11-10 decision over Chapman Tech retained for Bulkeley a slim mathematical chance to win the Conference flag. Behind the pitching of Cotnoir the Tigers came from arrear twice to outlast the fighting Huskies. In the final game of the season, Cotnoir allowed only three hits and was the winning hurler in a 3-1 decision over Windham. Graduation did not strike the squad too hard and the outlook is a bright one for the season of 1950. Seniors playing their last game in a Tiger uniform were: Ken Spargo, Jim Giordano, Dick Caulkins, Austin Joyce, and Leon Pierfederici. Lou Nassetta, All-Conference shortstop, and Bob Bodach were elected Co-Captains for the 1950 season. Bob Eldridge was also picked on the All-Conference team. Austin Joycv Bob Gagcr Ken. Spargo Emil ll'a.rd DICK CAULKINS LEON PIERFEDERICI ,4 Ngkkfl Xilsqfgo Sxxflqff 41 .xg 30 N! 0 I . !. X- ., 'WHV w Ns.. Lon ,NvflNS1'fffl Frvfl llallrsfrinz' .lfrry Cvflfllllll' First Row: Gagrer, Nassetta, Calkins, Pierfederici, Eldridge, Baum, Giordano. Second Row: Ballestrini, Pumerantz, Malone, McPhail, Nasser, Joyce, Cotnoir, Bodach Third Row: Coach Silva, Glynn, Ward, Campagnu, Shepherd, Spargo, Fitzpatrick. x 1041, A A JOHN K BALFNITINE Faculty 'Ilanagc if Aflzlffzrs BULKELEY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION It IS appropriate that the 1950 Bulkeley School Whaler pause and reflect for a moment and then rex iew the rich tradltlons of Bulkelex School in thc world of sports For it is almost foul score years ago that the first Bulkeley athletic team took to the field to represent our historical school in secondarxf competition against our traditional rix al Norwich Free Academy Over these 80 xears the glories of Bulkelex teams on the gridiron on the diamond on the court and on the track haxe become lengendary throughout the state and in manx instances throughout the entire New England area xxith the result that Tiger teams are respected and feared bx foes far and vx ide From a modest start as might be expected four fifths of a centurx ago Bulkelex School s athletic program has gioxxn sloxxly but steadilx until novx when Bulkelex s progiam is supplemented bx intrlmulal dCtlYltl9S which of the student bodx And those who find it impossible to take in actlxe part ale generillx so deeplx interested that thex find tun 1nd lelaicatlon in spec tltoi participation In the past m mx coaches and directors h'1xe been 1nst1 umental in build ing this fine plogrim toxxald its plesent state and to them Bulkelex School the trustees the administration the alumni and the communitx are grate ful To them belongs the credit foi an ausplcious start Todax hoxxex er the modeln Bulkelex generation salutes those of the athletic department for their guidance and understanding in proxidlng for the student bodx and communitx a xx ell balanced pioglam of ithletic instruction xx hich contrib utes s0 much toxxard the ox 61 all dex elopment ot the tx pical -Xmex 1can xouth . AL .V l I' II- A I I1 Y. . . . V . K uv L . J K-u . . , I v 1 T I . y , t, L , " . ' : . ' n' LT , n l ' nl lv , , V. . ' . . 1 V v -, ' v ' . v v, 1 va I 1 1 v ' 4 sc 1 ' v' . . t I I . K c I , in basketball, for example, provide participation for more than 50 per cent 3 J ' ' . ' 2 . ' ' 4 . . 2 tv K. .v ' s K1 . uv ' 2 . . A , ' ' K1 - Lv 2 tv r K1 - xx C v . :Q I I I . - I 'Qu 1 2 v Q . A 1 I K Q DY , Sv ' v v .Y ' . ' V n , , k . . A . V . . U Page ninety on A A THE SEASON Bulkeley Bulkeley '... ...,.. Bulkele5 '...., . . Bulkeley ' . ...,A. Bulkeley ......... Bulkeley '. . ......,..... 5215 51 45 731 54 .......56 Conference Meet ,..e...., ,,,,,,, , ,, State Outdoor Meet .....,.. New England Meet ,...... Fitch ........ ,,,r,,.421g Alumni ....., e,..,e. 2 1 Norwich .,e,ee,. .w,Ve. 5 4 Windham .....e ,...., 2 UQ Stonington ....... ..,.., 5 0 Tech .,,,,., .....Bulkeley 2nd .........Bulkeley 7th Connecticut lst TRA Page ninety-three Malcolm G. Greenaway Coaclz Under the able coaching of Malcolm Greenaway, the Bulkeley 1949 track team lived up to all expecta- tions. They turned in a Hnal record of five wins against one loss in dual competition, placed second in the Conference Meet, and made good showings in both the State and New England Meets. Opening the season against Fitch, the Tigers won seven of the eleven events to score a 5215 to 42l.Q victory. Harvey Knowles was particularly outstand- ing, earning 16l,Q points for the Bulkeley cause by placing first in the 100 and 220 yard runs, first in the broad jump, and second in the high jump. Martin Blair and Charles Gigliotti contributed 11 and 10 points respectively to aid the Tiger point production. In a twilight meet which was halted due to rain and darkness, the Bengals defeated an Alumni team by the decisive score of 51 to 21. Once again it was Knowles, Blair, and Gigliotti leading the scoring for the Tigers. George Terry led the "grads" with 13 points. First Row: Greenblatt, Mayrose, Korean, Kelley, Brown, Evanski, Rissler. Second Row: Deligeorges, Van Atta, Peterson, Gigliotti, Bergeson, Terry, Hendel, Coach Greenaway. Bulkelex suffered 1ts Inst setback 1t the h xnds ot 1 good Vo1xx1ch squad Q4 to 40 hx e11 though the T1gc1s xx o11 most of the fnst pl1ces the W1ldc1ts had collected a ma1o11tx ot second lllfl thlld places to llllllil up thell S0016 N01 w lCh s VS 1tt ttllfled 111 the CJl.ltNt4-llllllllg' 1361101111 1nce bx t0NS1I1g the shot put 94 It 9111 Nldltlll BI111 led the Btillgils bx t lk1I1g fnsts 111 the 100 220 11161 440 xa1d 11111 Kellex 111 the m1le BE,lgf:'SOlT 111 the h1gh lump and Glg 110111 111 the 11x elm we1e the othex fnst place XXIXTHLIN 101 Bulkelex The T1gUlS bounced b1ck 111to NN1lll11I1g xxaxs o11ce lgllll bx t1k1ng te11 of the elex e11 ex ents to t1ou11ce the W111dh 1m Whlppets 1" to 21' Bla1r captuled fnsts IH the 100 220 H111 440 and was a member ot the w1nn1ng relax team to le 1d 1n 1I1CllX1ClLl 11 SCOI'll1g w1th 16' 1 13011118 Lennle Bergeeon SC01 ed fnsts ln the 1310111 1nd hlgh yumps Ex e11 though txxo 'thlltls of the exents we1e won bx Bulkelex the T1ge1s 11191 edged out a good Stonlngton squad bx a SCOIQ oi 04 to 00 tor the11 fou1th 11111111 fixe stalts Once lg 1111 Blan d1splax ed h1s sp11nt111g super1or ljllllt up bx lllllf, seco11ds 1nd s1x thnds 'I he I 11111111 111 l'ech Huskles11eKttcllbeto1eth1 well 101111114111 TILL! tl 1ck mln 0LltNCOlLCl 36 to 4 Ch11l1e C1gl1ott1 John Kellex 1.1111 Mlltlll P1111 e 1ch collected two fn sts to le 1d Bulkelc x s SCOI lllg b11t I'ech s S 111to Longo s 182 tt 10 111 llXt3l11l thIO1X w 18111 111 the outst illlllllg 1ccompl1shment I11 the fOl11E,l6I1C6 Meet lll xxhlch Bulkelex IN 1 te1m hn1shed seco11d Nliltlll BI111 xx 011 the 100 x 11d d 1sh betole bfilllg' 1cc1dent1llx splked and iorced to le 1xe the meet BGIQQHOII took second 11l1ce 111 the h1gh 1ump 1nd the bl oad Jump Bulkelex took two seconds 111 the St1te 011111001 Meet It New Hax e11 G1gl1ott1 c 1n1e 1n Qecond 1111118 1 1x Lllll 111d Kellex c zme 111 second 111 the m1le Ill the New England Meet Bulkclex men f nled to sco1e although G1gl1ott1 nnlshed slxth 111 the Jax el111 th1ow 11161 John Kellex c 1me 111 n111th 111 the m1le The te1n1 lost qlllte he 1XllN w1th the gl 16111111011 ot BEIQIESOH Blau KOIQWD buffith Peterson G1gl1ott1 1nd Ross .. --l.-ilgl l'nf11 nzmfzll lt xl- L1 ' L1 ' 1: A1 1 1 1 Z 1 Q L1 'Z A 1 1' K1 , F :' ' 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 2 1 1 1 ' .Z 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 ' 1 1 1 2 ' 1 1 . 1 ' ' 1 1 1 T 1 1. 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CROSS-COUNTRY 1950 For quite a number of se xsons noxx' undel the able coaching of Malcolm C'reenaxx'ay Bulkelex' cross-eountry teams have won consistently and haxe ilxx IX s been among the Qtate s best The season of 1949 xx as no exception The l11lllXlClL1dl llllllllllg ot C lptaln John Kellex hoxxex 61 fa1 outshadows the TH19 team ICCOI d xx hlch boasts but one deteat 111 dual LOl'11D9t1tl0l1 Kellex xx ho 1 in second onlx ln lXexx London Athlete of the Xeal xotlng estabhshed l11H1SLl1 18 the best sehoolbox h 111161 ln 'Nlexx I+ ngl xnd bx not onlx g'O1I1g tl1lOLlgh the se xson undefeated but Sllcltt6l1l1g1LC01llH xx hlch had stood smce 1936 to capture the State ll1Clw9XX England C loss C 0l1l1t1X Tltles In F1 1ne1s Tenlx Pullultx po stssed illtlthbl nne lunnu xxho puh ips ln the absence of Kellex could Q lNllX haxe xxon the 1 zees Ixtllex dld fox Frm Teux r in second to Kellex ox 61 ex e1x COLl1's6 saxe the 'Nexx P ngl ind The loss of Kellex and Teux 111 June xx1ll lndeed be 1 heaxx loss to the 'l IXGI HAIIIQIN hoxx ex 61 1nJe11x f0l0I11S John Call 1h in md Rlch 11d Buell Bulkelex has thlee IJIOHTISIIHI Fleshman l9tt61V!ll1I1tl's xx ho puhaps xxlth othel xetelan lunners VSlllI'l'1d1I1t1i1l1 the hlgh Stdl1ddlClOf Bulkelex s C1085 f0L1I1tlX teams ln the xe us to Come Bulkelex Pulkelex P llkelex Bulkelex P ulktlex 5 :th THE SEASON Weslex an Flosh 11 1l1ill1dI'l1 N01VllCl1 Mldst ite Meet bt ite Meet fOl1I16Ct1C11t 1st Nexx England Meet THE WHALER 950 Inqf 7 fa 1 1 A , I . , K. . 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" - . 5192! eg G B ,. . . ,- -1 .-- . : .' I -. ' -- , .,. of . .Y 1. J 5- ' 3.60 . ef? 'K 'ff A, 22 , 5, ,,.-QM: 9 on V' P dar v . L .4 9 - c' ju.g I ' ' 5' va fe ' 'e ' I -. .gnu - - - -1 ny , A 6, 4,2 ' .- L 4- The Freshman basketball team was rather a letdown after the 1947-1948 squad which went through the season undefeated, but neverthless held its own. as witnessed by the 7 win and 7 loss record. Coach Joe Silva, as usual swamped with candidates, finally selected a squad of 15 to work with throughout the season. Unlike the varsity, the Frosh would either win convincingly or lose C011- vincingly. In only two of the contests was the margin of victory less than 8 points. The Harbor School game was the highlight of the season, the Bengals losing it in the last second of play as Connie Devlin sank a long desperation shot. Outstanding men of the team were Ed Villanova, Melvin Jetmore, and Eddie Glynn. Villanova was the team's high scorer for the season with 133 points, closely followed by Jetmore with 120. Edward Glynn, who was elected Captain, was the team's playmaker. Jack Malone was also a Frosh player before being moved up to the Tiger Varsity. A great deal of talent has shown itself in the 8th grade squads and Coach Silva has great potentialities for next year. SEASON Bulkeley ...... ....., 4 1 Fitch .......... ......... 2 3 Bulkeley '...... ...... 3 3 Norwich ....... ......... 4 8 Bulkeley ...... ....., 5 8 Stonington ......, ......... 2 2 Bulkeley '...... ..,.... 4 8 Windham ..... ......... 3 5 Bulkeley ...... ,...,, 2 5 Tech ....................... ..vc..... 3 3 Bulkeley ...... ....., 3 5 Harbor .....................,.... ,........ 3 6 Bulkeley ...... ...... 5 0 Mystic Oral School ........ ..,..,... 2 8 Bulkeley ......... ..,... 3 0 Gophers ..,.............. ......... 2 8 Bulkeley ......... ...... 4 9 Windham ............... ......... 2 9 Bulkeley ...... ,..... 2 8 Harbor .,.................... ......... 4 4 Bulkeley '.... ...,. ....... 6 1 Mystic Oral School ........ ......... 3 2 Bulkeley ......... ....... 3 2 Norwich .................... ......... 4 2 Bulkeley '...... .....,. 3 0 P. B. A ................,... ..,...... 3 7 Bulkeley ...... ....... 2 8 Tech ....,,. ...,..... 3 3 INTRAMURALS The conclusion of an intramural program in which more than 125 stu- dents participated saw Junior Home Room No. 22 defeat Sophomore Home Room No. 26 in the finals for the coveted championship. For three periods the Sophomores battled on even terms with Mr. Pasquale's boys, but a clos- ing rally in the final minutes sparked by Lou Nassetta, gave the Juniors a 40 to 35 victory. By bettering senior powerhouses such as Room 16 and Room 17, the Jun- iors accomplished something which has been done few times, if any, in Bulkeley Intramural ball. Figures released by the Athletic Association showed that approximately 50fi of the student body took part in the basketball program of 1948-1949. 125 of these were connected with intramurals, 50 were varsity, junior- varsity, or freshman players, and another 25 were managers, scorers, or timers. ROOM 22's RECORD 22 ........ ....,...... 2 5 Junior 20 ..,...,. ........ 1 7 22 ........ ........ 3 3 Senior 17 ...,.... .....,,, 1 7 22 ........ ........ 2 6 Junior 19 ......,, ,.,,,,,, 1 0 22 ........ .ii..... 2 5 Senior 16 ..,...li ..,..,.. 2 3 22 ......., ........ 4 0 Sophomore ....,,. ,,..,.,, 3 5 ROOM 22-1949 CHAMPIONS First Row: Heaton, Scacciaferro, Eldridge, Hoffner, Nassetta, Hanrahan. Second Row: Hayes, Roberts, Jacey, Stone, Harrison, Hill. 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'. 1'l IRCE - ' 74 ' -I vu '1 1 - 1 v. ' L .. . . , . 1 Aw . . . ' , 1 ' - . . 4 - ball games, school assemblies, and local parades. At their Mid-Winter con- , ' ' v 0 I v ' K v . . . . ,, . ,, . . ., . . Y . , ' 7 . - Y - 1 1 K1 l I I jkv ' , I Kwik A L l ' t -O W I , 1 , 1 E 1 'I I Y I 2 BULKELEY SERENADERS The Bulkelex Serenacleis ue 1 group of boxs from the band xx ho hdxe Joined togethel to piox ide cl inte ITILISIC on Xcl110LlS occasions mclucling the minstlel band informal dance and Senior dssemblx This xefu s gloup 1 led bx John Edgecomb Fx elx xppe nance of the Selenficleis xx is xx elcomecl xx hole hedrtedlx bx the student boclx TIGER TWIRLERS Adding beautx is vxell is tilent to the Bulkelex Bind xx is 1 group ot bald Phillips xx 18 chosen to le ul the tvxulels Fhex zecomp mlecl the band on all out of toxx n tilps to lend then gl ice and poise to the g'l0Ll1J K-LA .L "' Pagr one lzundirrl Hum tv W f 1.1 2 u 2 .vnu 1 v 4 v ' . 1 1 v. 2 I kv. v1 1' kv 1 Lv. -1, . . I 1 1 ' K f ' 5 1 1 v I 1 v 1 my 1 1 "1 . , .. . . . I . 5 ' ' j as ' as 2 1 - 2 'z .' z ' ' W. M. I. girls selected by Mr. Pierce to twirl at all Band zxppezwzuices. Bar- 4 - '- ' 1' kv ' . -2 4 2 'Lx , 4 . li l x X - 1 ' ' , V 4 1 A 3 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Each xcal the facultx applalses the student bodx Ill 18f,d1CI to IITLQIIGCLU1-II 3CI'119X6l'1'1611L and phx QICHI leadelshlp and '1t the conclusxon of thlg caleful scleenlng DIOCQSS d11lX es at a gloup of JUITIOIS and Senlors xx ho haxe ful hlled the requ11 ements for admlselon to the Natlonal Honor SOCIQLX The r1g,orous ICIIUISQIOITS D1 ocedure 1lloxxs onlx membels xx ho haxe m 11n tamed 1n ax e1ag,e of 85 per cent 111 III ot then sub1ects oxel 1 DQIIOCI of thlee xears and du11ng that tlme h1s dlsplax ed the ldeals of Leade1sh1p 1 h ll xctel and Selxlce to the school The Leonard H Bulkelex Ch1pte1 undel the tutolshlp of Mr John T10 l1nd presents 1 d1x QINIIQICII ,group ot txxelxe boxs th 1t tullx leplesents 1ll ph lses ot Bulkelex llte LEADER S CLUB The Leader s Club has for 1t1 mernbershlp ex erx upperclaesman xx ho IS The maln purpose ln brlnglng togethel these leader s IS to foster a splrlt of cooperatlon among the dlfferent 0l,!:,cllTlZclt10lTS xx hlch IS hoped xx1ll lead to thc general betterment of the school The Headmastex and the Asslstant Headmaster are the JOIHL sponsol s ot the group STUDENT COUNCIL The Student COLIITCII xxas elected bx the student bodx to IQDIGQQITL them and to submit then deslres 1nd suggestlons to the admnnstlatlon IH ordel to 1nc1e 1se the t1anqu1l1tx of school l1fe at Bulkelex Thle bodx elected the tolloxxmg staff of officers to conduct councll 1ct1x1t1es for the xeal Daxe H1ll PIQSILIQITL Larrx Shax Vlce Plesldent Haux NLOLIHLZOUICS SGCIQLRFQ 1nd F1anc1s Dex end1tt1s Treasuler Th1s xeal s group planned '1nd QLIDGIXISBKI the annual school DICUIC at Mltchell Woods conducted the school electlons mx estlgated and plepfued matenal for a Bulkelex Blue Book and SLIDCIXISQLI the m0I11tOl sx stem THE WHALER Iugr 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 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' ' our 111111111111 four 4 Pm SPANISH CLUB The Spanlsh Club now 111 1ts s1xth 1ea1 IS adused by Mr Henrx Shay Dur1ng 1ts exlstence the club has fi1ml1 e11t1enched 1tS9lf as one of the largest and most popul 11 clubs 111 the school It has both an lntellectual and SOCldl DUI pose and p1og1am Intellcctuallx It a1ms to br1ng the Spamsh AYYIBIICRII and Latm Ame11can people to Bulkelex X12 speakers films slldes and recordmgs SOCIHIIX 1ts 1311113059 IS to brmg together all students of Spamsh at Bulkelev 1nto a sp1r1t of b1othe1sh1p and unde1stand1ng 11a an annual dance DICIIIC the xter part1es and field trlps In add1t1on the g1oup sponsol s a school assemblx All thls adds up to an unusuallx actne p1 og1 am The ofI1ce1 s IOI the 1949 1950 school 1 e lr ale Chzules G1gl1ott1 Pres1dent Eugene KIIIQ., V1ce PILSIIIQIII and DIXIKI H111 Stc1eta1x T1easurer MASQUE AND GAVEL The Masque and Gay el Wlth e1ghtee11 members approx ed bx thelr Enghsh teachers and elected 1nto the club follow s a full and entertamlng p1ogram of speech and tl1dITldt1CS D1rected by Mr Ray Reed Mr Wlllldm Cantv and Mr Henry Carey the club has staged two one act plays a Lhrlstmas plav a potpourrl m con Junctlon w 1th W M I and a radlo program There were also other act1x1t1es Kenneth Burton led the club th1s year as Presldent Other oflicers were Lester Katan VICE Presldent James Rose Sec1etary R1chard Ballman Tleasurer Douglas McArthur Chaplaln and Roy Nash Sergeant at Arms THE HARPOON Fu1 ther FGXISIOII of 1ts dates of 1ssuance found the Harpoon ente11ng 1tS th11d 1 ea1 of publlcatlon as a sem1 annual 1e11ew Two complete ISSUES were publlshed rathel than the three of last 1 ea1 In domg so It was hoped to en COUIdg6 the Villtlllg of appeallng featules and c1eat11e fictlon or Xerse at the same tlme m1IllmlZlI1g the Llt1l1Zdtl0l1 of t11te news 1eports M1 Russell W Ha1r1s contlnued to assume able leadershlp and the staff 1oste1 w as as follows John Kellex ECIIIZOI' m Chlef Ross Grax es ASSOCIHIQ ECIIIOI H9Ib9ltD63Il News ECIIIOI Eugene GIQQIQX Sports Edltor Albert SIJCZIAII A1t EKIIIOI' Ha1old Hdlgel Photographm Edltor Dom1n1c Bru ghe1a Exchange ECIIIOI Lenna1d EICHOVSIIZ Busmess Manager Franc1s TGIIX and R1cha1d Halhsex C11CLllE:1tlOl'1 Nlanagels Ernest Abrahamson James F1tZDdtllCk Wllllam IVIRIXGSIKI Rlchald Morgan and Harrx Mount zou1es I'eatu1e XVFIIGFS THE WHALER . , . . , 1 , 1 1 t , 1 . 1 . v I 1 I 1 4 1 0 v Q I 1 1 , 1 l 1 1 1' 2 ' 1 A 1' . ' 1 1 1 '1 1 1 . 1 1 A 1 1 ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' 1 1 C U L, Y , 1. R , 1 1 1 . 1 I 1 ' . Q 1 I 1 1 . v' A I A . . 1 I 1 1 ' 1 I I Q y , C m , Ln , 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 7 1 .1 '. ' - . 1' 3 z ' ' 1 , 1 3 ,, - UA. :E 2 , , K , . .lu . K1 l I 1 1. ' 1 V . . L 7 ' w 1 ' ' 1 I . . " 1 , 1 I il I . . I 7 . .I ' 7 ' 1 7 ' Y v Y , .u . . - ' . 1 K J 1 . . ., . and soclal events throughout the year. ' 1 1 I 1' Y ' 1 D 1 . . 1 ' - ' . 1. . ' 1 , 1 , 1 1 , , , 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' - 1 - , 1 , 1 , I , L 1 , 1. 1 1. 1' . 1 '1 I 1' ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 '-1 - 1' - 1 ' 1 R 1 1 . 1 . . ? 5 . . v - 1 1 R . 1 , if v 1. I r . 'I 1 u . v ' v 1 1 , 1 . . 1 1 . 1 1 , . K . . A L -1, - - 3 1 , . , . . 7 7 A ' 1 7 A Y .4 ' Q I u 1 1 1 4 1 . D I I ' - y ! 7 ! . 1 . . . 7 7 7 A 9 K I If ' I ' .Iv A 1 1 ' 1 1' ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 - ' 3 1 K Y Y s Q 1 1 1 1 I 1 1, . . .1--..i.....i Iage nv Izznzllrccl sim ,-.-1 4 ........ C 011111 111111111111 s111n THE PHOTQGRAPHY A CLUB The Photoglaphx A Club has a xx ell equlppecl dalk room at the d1S posal of lts membels Its 1311113096 IS to llltelest boxs lll the field of photog IHIJLIX both as a hobbx and a careel An extenslxe ploglam vxas carrled out Some of lts featul es xx ele salons IUUSLIHLQCI lectures photo contests and a dance Under the verx able guldance of Ml Gleenaxx ax the club IS constantlx gl OXXlllg The OHTCQIS vxele Jack Acklex PICSICLQIYE Peter Kashanskl Vlce PIQSICLEHL Joseph lVIdllCl"l9St9l Secletalx and Donald Frasel Treasurer POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB The Polltlcfll SCIQHCG Club xxfls founded ln 1947 'ls fl ILISCUSSIOII gloup xx hose pllmlly DUIIJOSG xxas to plep 116 spcakels fol paltlclpltlon ln the lilasteln L,0llllE,CtlCLlt IIILSI School Folums Its progl am l11ClUCll:'S xx eeklx CLISCUSSIOHS on lITlD01tdl1t controx erslal ISBUGB Aftel 1 toplc has been selected bx the gl oup certaln members are ADDOIHLQCL to do QXLQDSIXG lesearch 1llLO the pro and con of the matter The ducted at the next meetlng Through th1Sp10g1'3YT1 of xx eeklx fO1LlIl'li the members of the club haxe become more keenly HWHIQ and lntelested ln the affalrs of ll3t10lldl state and local gox erllments and haxe also galned xaluable practlce IH the alt of self expresslon The otllcers of the club xx ere Allan Belgrod Plesldent Vlctor Slttv VICE Plesldent DOmlll1C Blughera Secretal x and Donald Clarkln Treasurer FRENCH CLUB The French Club has remalned one of the most actlxe organlzatlons at Bulkelex It has helped the boxs vxho studx the language to become mole flmlllal xxlth It Most of the club s YIl86tlllg9 deal xxlth French culture lnd lts hlstorlcal background The txxo most outstandlng 3CtlXltl9S of the club are the annual Montreal Tllp and the Nexx York Opera Trlp WhlCh haxe FQCQIX ed Vx1d6SIJI'9dd 19COgl'lltl0l'1 from manx schools and organlzatlons The oflicels xvho YVGIQ elected to ald Ml Greenaxx ax the Facultv AdNlSOF ln carlxlng out thls xear s schedule xx ele Robelt Adams Presldent Her belt Dean VICE Plesldent Hal old Hal ger Secretarx and Eugene Greelev Tl easuler PROJECTICN CLUB The dutles of the members of the Pl 019Ctl0ll Club xx ele to learn to use the x lsual educatlon equlpment and to use lt at the request of the teachers or the clubs of the school Onlx uppelclassmen xx ho xxere taklng or haxe taken phx SICS 01 senlol sclence were alloxx ed lnto the club The club xxas under the leadershlp of Rlchard Ballman Henrx Lohmann xx as the VICE PIQSICLGHL and Charles Hax es IS the Secretarv Treasurer Mr Flood Reed xx as the Facultx AdX1S01 WHALER Page one hmzdlcd ezght , , KK U 1 1 v - - Q - - - L L IL1 LI I L 1' I LI -vL ' 1 v 1 7 5 1 1I v 1 1 1, I . 1 . - L ' I 1 1 '1 1 v 1 1. I 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . ., . ., . ., , V I I 1 I 1 '1 1 11 1 I 1 1 V . ' . D K ' 1 1 vI 11 Y 1 1 , v 1 1I 1 1 1 I I 1 L 1 K , L , L L , ' I WI 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 9 L v , v L v H - I I I v 1 I 1 I1 11I 1 I CL K L I L LL 1 L1 1' Q 1 1 K1 1. K1 1 2 1 A1 1. -K1 1 1 1 ' ' 2 ' ' 11 1 1 ' 1 ' -- 1 1 11 I 1 v 1 I 1 1 1I 1 I 1 1 1 1I4 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 v 1 1 I .L 1. 1 1 l 1 , L 1 I 1I v O 1 1 I 1 materlal gathered serves as a basls for a slmulated forum whlch IS con- I 1 1 1 v 1 v . I ., . 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 . . , . , V 1 V 1 1 1 I v 1 I I 1 . . . ' : , ' . 3 , , - 1 I I I I 1 1 1 7' 1 1 I 1 ' 7 I 1 Y Y A ' 1 I I1 1 vI I 1 I , 1 I 1 VI 1 C 1 L 1 L C 1 1 1. 1 v I V I V 7 -1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1' K ' . 7 , ! I 1 vI I 7 , 1 v 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 K A ' 9 9 ' 1 ' - 1 1' - . 1 1 11 ? ' 7 7 1 7 1 Y . . I I 1 I I 1 1 vI 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 v I 1 4 1 I v v I 7 . . v v I - 1 I 1 Y I I 1 1 ' ' ' ' , 1 1- vI 1 .-l.-.- ,qi-.Q 1-11- ? ,.....-. ...... 4 ? Page one hundred nmc I L' Q j k ' ,4 Y i 1 l , Y JUNIOR WHALER ASSISTANTS These membcls of the Class of 1951 ale aspmng IOUIIIHIISLB xx 1th a two fold purpose Then chlef effect1x eness IS dlsplax ed 111 the sol1c1tat1on of adxeltlsements flom local melchants wlthout w hlch The Whaler could not be publlshed Howex er aslde from then buslness deahngs the Asslstants ga1n some xalulble experlence Ill the composmg of the Whalel and the knowledge galned IS 1nx iluable when thex assume then staff pos1t1ons next xear To these co opelatlxe box s the Staff feels g9TlUlll9lX grateful WHALER ROOM CAPTAINS Fallx 111 the xeal thls gloup of 9l1t6I'IJllH1llf., students was selected bx the C l1CLlldt10Yl Managels to asslst 111 perfo1m1ng a sxx 1ft and eificlent yob of COll6Ctll1f,, NLILJNCFIDLIOHS and pax ments hom thc box s of the low er classes home looms t1ulx deserxe the respect and thanks of the Whaler Staff COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commerclal Club IS an organ1zat1on wh1ch meets weeklx and IS deslgned to proxlde a xarletx of plactlcal and 1nstruct1xe experlences for 1ts members Guest speakers addless the gxoup on the x arletv of opportunx tles axallable to box s w ho plan to embalk on bus1ness careers Among the sublects wh1ch haxe been dlscussed at the meet1ngs are msulance retall 1ng 1eal estate mcome taxes and bank1ng G Laurens Attwlll 1s the Facultx Adxlsor Successful candldates for the club offices were lNelson Deux Plesldent Robert Brax ne VICQ Presx dent and R1Chdld Brumaghlm SGCIQLAIN T1easu1e1 PHOTOGRAPHY "B" CLUB The membels of the Photographx B Club ale taught the fundamentals of photographx Afte1 a xear ln th1s club a student max quallfx for the Photographx A Club a more adx anced O1gdI11Z21tl0ll The OLTTCQIQ of thls club xx ere W1ll1am Smlth Plesldent ATNLGCTQB Man thous Vlce Plesldent Jullus Shabalekh SQCIQLAIX and Robelt Lax ole TIQASUFQI THE WHALER A f 1-K1 ' 1 sl . 1 . L1 ' 1' ' 1 'L A v' 1 - I v 1 'kv K1 1 1 L1, V. V I Y v 1. . 1 1. 11 1 ' 1 1' . 1 ' 'K1 ' vi 1 1 tv SS ' 1 K1 1 K ' ' K DY l K1 . - 1 ' 1 , , ' , ,- J, 1 I, ' .1 , 1, 'A 1 1'L1' r A1 K1 v K1 K wr Y. 1 1 I 1 1 1 1. 1 ' 4 I 4 1 1' 1 l . I rf' L' ' . L' ' ' v x 1' " J 'L' v L: L, To this end, the Whaler Room Captains have played a great part, and . 1 L1. K K A1 1 1 FL1 T1 v ' .- ' 1 , 1, ' , 11 1 , 1 1' 11 , 4 L y , n . 1 . .L 'VY' xt . A1 ' v Y 1 11 v 0 1. . y ' - .- I ' ' l 1 Y ' v . v ' , , sa H , V 1 v I 'I . 1 v l v v ' 1- L ' A L 1, , as va , , , ' ' 1 ! ' it .L V . . . y I 1 .K t - Page one hzuzdrcrl fm QC an Page our hzuzdfml clfzv N ,.- x fr 4 X I f I i 1 , 4 x THE ART CLUB Thls club SCIXQS to teach 1ts membe1s the fundamentals of a1t through CLIQCUSSIOH of x IIIOUS medla and handllng of lt The club sent a second CARE pack lge to a famllx 111 Salsbu1g Austua and also a personal pack me of food stuffs The Alt L1b1a1x xxas COlltllTl1?lllX added to Speakers mox les and the annu il IJICHIC completed the club s actlx 1t16S N11 Cl uk xx IS the club s filst xdx 1801 and upon h1s 1es1gnat1on M1 Valen t1ne took ox 61 the DOBILIOIT The oflicels xx e1e Thomas Gettx PFQBICTGITL Robe1t G unes Vlce P1es1dent Robe1t Hoblon Sec1etarx and Stanlex Ex anskl TIQASUISI RSITY B C Ihe V usltx P Club open to m1mbe1sh1p to all lette1men Wlthlll the school met seml monthlx xx1th XAIIOUS SDOILS TOPICS as the D11IlCl1Jdl DOIITLS ot 1nte1est Local SDOILS figu1 es xx ele guest speake1s and a program of fllmS md 19C01fl1llgS xx as OTTGIGKL The goal of the club xx as to acqualnt the box s ot the 0lgdlTlZltlOlT xx1th the hlghllghts 111 all ma1o1 fields of sports thus Adxlsor to the group xxas M1 B1lent1ne tacultx manage1 of athletlcs Robe1t S1sta1e xxas the club Plesldent lXo1man lVIcPha1l Vlce P1es1dent and DdX1Cl H111 S901 eta1x TIQHBUIQI FRESHMAN ATHLETIC CLUB The 1'I'QShlTl1ll Athletlc C lub xx 18 O1g'l1llZ9ll to g1xe the members of the F1eshman Cllss a bettel LITIKLQISLAITKTIITQ, of school and 0lltSlCl9 athletlcs thlough the Tflellld of moxles 1'6CO1il1HgS and speakers lVIembe1sh1p xxas l1m1ted and el1g1b1l1tx 1equ11ements we1e ma1nta1ned Mr Joseph A S1lxa xxas the Facultx Adx1so1 Kenneth VS llloughbv vxas the PICSIKLQITL Robe1t BAIHBS Vlce P1es1dent Harrx T1axstman Secre tux and Ron zld D ATUICO T1easu1er GLEE CLUB F01 the fi1st tlme 111 sex e1al xea1s Bulkelex had a Glee Club xx h1ch xxas leplesentatlxe of the fOLll classes Thex sang f01 the Chustmas assemblx NlllTSL16l Shoxx and sex e1al se1x1ce clubs Hlghllghtmg thelr progl am thls xea1 xx as thell IJAILICIDHLIOII 1n the Connectlcut State FQQLIX al The Glee Club xx I9 LIITCLQI the d11ect1on of N11 P19109 Cha1les Glgl10Ltl xx as the HCCOITIDHIIISL WHALER Page one hzmrlzul tuflz c 950 'L1 L1 1 1 1 L1 1 ' L1 1K1 1 K1 1 n A A C A K 1 L at T ,T I 1 . v . 1 '1 1' C ly' 1 , 1 , x n ' 1.,- -- z . 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BY ABDULL ABULBUL MORBULL BAGHDAD APRIL 2 AP KALI S PRESSJ Crovs ds of more than 35 mllllons of Chant1ng A rabs kneedeep on snow haye been surglng and congregatm IH the squares of hlstorlc old Baghdad smce early yesterday avyaltlng wxth sadness the de parture of ALI BEN ANDER iwhlsper hls namej the Passionate Pasha vsho was scheduled to take off early thls mornlng on h1s neu 1900 Jet propelled bathmat QWITH HYDRAULICALLY OPERATED HAREM GIRLSJ The Lemon from Yemen as he IS affec tlonately known IS due to arrne at 10 A M sharp at the corner of Huntlngton Street and Bulkeley Place New London s fastest growlng educatlonal center In a hasty press conference Wlth thls re porter last nlght the Sultan conflded that he has made plans for permanently en campmg at the House of Fern 4Su1tes by the month or year cultlyated CUISINE for reservatlons wrlte Barry Sherbj The House of Fern was recommended to h1m Sald A11 by h1s chlef advlser Abdul Ed Huda Pasquale 09 as the most lucrat1ve locatlon for replen1sh1ng the Shelk s sorely depleted harem fsomeone has been tapplng the Sultan s prlvate stockl vslth the most beautlful glrls ln the world After study lng the plcturesque catalogue Ah declded that was the place to settle down wlth a harem of lusclous WMI co eds The Carouslng Callph was born at the tender age of 15 ln an lsolated yullage of Ql1lIlf1dh3S3b1X ahasan sanahadramaut oy erlook1ng the Dead Sea fmay It rest 111 peace? As a lad All worked hls way through Kermanshlban Prep Istanbul J Troland Headmaster servlng as a camel he1 der second class on the Calro Calavan ln whlch posltlon he rode the Hump fl om Imara to Nassabm A11 attrlbutes hls spectacular p1of1c1ency at Plng Pong on camel back to hls Uncle Abdullah Omar Squlre a member of the famous Sphmx Seven undefeated hopscotch combo of the late 90 s In hlS late hour press conference Al1 re vealed hlS plans to replace consery atlve New England convent1on wlth exotlc east ern l1v1ng 1n h1s new domaln Instead of hash we w1ll feast on Shlsh ka bab and rare vslnes Slavemen for the women and tvso sedan chalrs ln eyery garage Any and all who d9S116 w1ll be able to partake of AIIS harem and thus free themselves from hlgh school routlne RUSSIHH bond age and Southeln slavery QFreshman wel comedl A11 Ben Ander has long awalted thls opportunlty to have the unfortunate students of Bulkeley School share the lux ury of 9XOt1C harem l1fe and spend thelr day s 1n 1THE REMAINDER OF THF PRECEDING COMMUNIQUE HAS BEEN CENSORED BY THE ADMINISTRA TION J HANRAHAN GAUDETTE DISTILLING CO OFFICES AT ANGIF s HOURS 6 P M T0 12 P M NEI SON KHAMRODJ DERRY CHIEF TESTER RM 15 Page one 111111111011 fzjfzj Iwo v ' . 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A capacity' crowd of 400 m ld fans were on hand to see the m isters in this encounter Two teams had been selected one repie sentmg the older members of the faculty and the other representing the newer mem bers The starting lineup for the old men s team had Flood Reed and John Balentlne it the forwards Walt Peck at center and Vlal Greenaway and B111 OBIIQH at the guards The opposing club had Ke1th Johnson and David K1ng at the forwards Hank Carey at center and Valentine and Reid at the guards Ray Reed and Phil Pasquale were the officials The respective coaches Charlie Dart and Fred Howard were seen holding a conf lb with the refs as 1 huge cheer went up fiom the crowd led by Mrs Boy ce and Mrs Kelly In a pregame confer ence both teams benefited fiom lectures by Mr Falconer on the principles of mathematics iscoringj and by Mr Troland on various scientific points Mr Harris then tried to giye the play ers some philosophical advice but was voted down by the teams who decided to go it the game IH a scientific manner REEDS WEEDS, INC EXCLLSIXE wuxuwcrt RERS OF THE ALL DAY CIGARETTE Phe Only 2Vz Foot Butt ln Captiuty R XX l REED Chairman of the Board BASKETBALL BATTLE As referee Pasquale stepped between the two centers a hush settled over the assem- bled throng. Hank Carey' won the tap and the game was on. At the end of the first quarter the old faculty' was leading three to nothing on a hook shot from the right corner by Flood Reed and a foul shot by Bal as a result of a foul committed by T Square W alentme As the second quarter started it w as ey1 dent that the old faculty was becoming tired and Hank Carey and Keith Johnson teamed up to hit for six points to put the new faculty ln the lead at the end of the first half SIX to three It was discovered by your reporter that during the half Flood Reed had put in a long distance call to Professor Einstein in order to learn of some recent scientific method with which to win the game As the second half started it was quick ly seen that Einstein s advice w as the right medicine for the old faculty team With uncanny accuracy their shots started go ing through the hoop and at the end of the quarter they led 15 6 In the fourth quarter again tiring thev fought off a new faculty rally led by Daye King to emerge victorious 19 18 THE HUNGRY FIVE Horrendous Harmony For Rent or Hire SEE J HANRAHAN Concert Wlaster W Ruddv R Pepin R Grayes D Watrous Page one hzuzzlicd fzrty three 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 c 0 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 c 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 , 1 1 - L1 v , 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 7 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' 11 1 1 , 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 U 1 2 11 1 1 ' 9 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 y 1 ' 7 1' v 1 ' 1' ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' 7 ' ' ' 1 1 1 w Y 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I ' f 1 1 1 . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , 1 c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 , 1 1 . v 1 1 1 ' 1 -1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . 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