New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT)
- Class of 1953
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To DR. JOHN C. ALBOHM . .
. . . we, the Class of 1953, dedicate this yearbookg that by his
leadership our schools will always stand as pillars against
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The essence of time makes the eyes bleary and unseeing,
but time also enables the memory to become more acute and
vivid. In early life man lives in the future, in later years he
recalls past experiences, and in old age he lives almost wholly
in the past.
Thus, in this publication, the 1953 Clipper, we attempt
to capture the historical drama which unfolds itself in the
form of the newly completed addition. This edifice will un-
questionably provide greater opportunities to the students of
New London and vicinity.
The forging of this strong link in the ever-expanding
chain of our city's educational system was not accomplished
overnight. For most of us, it is hard to visualize the amount
of planning and construction which a project such as this
entails. A pictorial review of the work already finished is the
means by which we on the staff hope to capture the significance
of this important annex to our young high school.
Here, also in the 1953 edition, the editors of the Clipper
have recorded the highlights, traditions, and spirit of New
London High in an endeavor to reproduce the memories which
we shall all hold so dear.
If this multi-purpose is achieved, then we on the staff
will feel that our efforts have been amply rewarded.
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IQDWARD P. NEILAN EREDI-'RICK XX", EDGERTON SIDNEY B. ALLING
Our Advancements Furthered By
EXICIISIVP Efforte of School Board
The New Iondon Bmrd of Edumtlon IS f1ced 'mth the dlfhcult task
of superusmg the general DOllCl6S for the control operatlon and mam
temnte of our publxt schools
In the pwst few setrs the Borrd hfls ftrrxwed at the concluslon that
1 mergmg of the C1135 hlgh schools would present to the youth of New
London 1 hlgher fmd more fully developed educzmonal system
Thrs progmm offers two d1st1nct ddwantages oxer the arrangement
formerly 1n tflett Fxrst 1t offers 1 strlet economy of trme fmd money much
to the bentht of student md tqxpqycr Secondly nt ut1l1zes the democratlc
concept emphftsxzed so constantly by our countrys 1de1ls 'rs exempllfned by
the optxon of PLIYSUIDQ cnrher Q xomtmoml or 1c1dem1c currrculum
Thrs rmnsltron txprhes the supcrnor gurdance exerclsed by the Board
rn 1ts proxmon of rudtmentxry and qdmnced educmon for the Amerlcan
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Our present Superrntenclent of Schools was born
rn Orange New jersey the son of a clergyman He
later moved wrrh hrs famrly to Cumberland Mary
land and finally completed hrgh school rn New York
Crty Dr Albohm next enrolled at New York Unrver
srty from whrch he was graduated rn 1933 He also
recers ed hrs A M and Ed D degrees from New York
Unrversrty He then became a lecturer at the School
of Educatron of New York Unrversrty After com
pletrng hrs graduate work Dr Albohm held the posr
tron of Superrntendent of Schools at Rrdgefield New
jersev prror to arrrvrng at New London
Although he rs deeply engrossed rn hrs work he
farrs he holds membershrp rn the Rotary and Arrston
Clubs and rn several other local organrzatrons
Berng the chref executrve of the Board of Educa
tron and havrng general supervrsron and drrectron
of all the publrc schools and of the personnel of
the entrre school system rs no easy task The job
requrres superror knowledge rn the field of educatron
and a keen rnterest rn youth
Therefore New London rs rndeed fortunate rn
flndrng a man who has filled rhrs drflicult posrtron so
capably that through hrs concentrated efforts the
seeds of a more fully dex eloped educatronal system
have been sowed
DR JOHN C ALBOHM
MRS. EUNICE T. FLAHERTY MRS. MARY T. SHAY
Secretary to the Superintendent Secretary of the
of Schools School Board Office
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has taken time to engage actively in community af-
CARLTON F SMALL
Actmg Assnslanl Prlllflpql and Dean of Boys
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Mr Small has ably admrmstered hls many dutles th1s
year A grtcluate of the Unlverslty of Mxchrgan and
holder of an AB from that school Mr Small was
called to arms during the list two Vforld Wars
He first appeared on the local scene as a member
of the faculty of Bulkeley School vshere he taught
hrstorv and cmcs durmg the years 1973 1947 Mr Small
was appointed ASSISIWHI Headmaster of Bulkeley and
held thts posttnon untrl 1951 when the local htgh schools
were consohdited He vsas 'tppomted Dean of Boys for
New London Hugh s first year Thls year ln addxtron to
assummg hrs regular dunes as dean he has been ap
pornted Actrng Assrstant Prmcrpal and has very adrottly
helped ln the rromng out of school dtfiicultres
Mr Foye 15 Asststmt Dean of Boys In adclltlon he
teaches Mechimc tl Dravs mg and aduses the lumor class
He spent the summer studytng rn the field of occu
Mrs Cmheld ns indeed 1 frnend to each young lady
her vnv to her xxirm and cozy office Yet for fifty
mmutes each du Mrs Canfield stlll finds tlme to teach
Latm Her summer vvts spent checking recommenda
tlons for colleges ind work for graduates
Mtss Dems ts co ordrmtor of the schools Guldance
Program She ns responslble for student testlng and
counselmg Mnss Davls also mtervlews students from
mcommg states and idmmrsters Job placement for
NLHS graduates Durmg the summer she d1d grad
uate work at Bethel Mime toward the PhD
WH LIAM I FOYE
Alssrstant Dean of Boys
PHYLLIS L CANFIELD
Dean of Glrls
ELEANOR M DAVIS
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Born 1n Mlll1S Massachusetts Mr Holland recerved
the first years of hls educatnon from the publlc school
system rn lus home town He graduated from the Um
xerslty of Massachusetts mth a bachelor of sclence de
gree ln 1979 Entermg dxrectly rnto the teachlng pro
fessuon that same year he taught untll 1941 During
that twelve year span he held varnous posltlons at Ames
bury Framlngham and Brooklnne Hngh Schools all rn
Massachusetts At the latter lnstxtutnon he became
Housemaster and sersed rn the capaclty of ass1stant
prlncnpal untll 1946
Mr Holland recerx ed hrs master of educatlon degree
rum laude from Boston Unlverslty rn 1937 Strll seek
mg addntronal knowledge he contmued graduate work
at Harvard LDIXCISIIYS School of Educamon
Next came the prrncnpalshlp of Hrngham Hlgh School
and a year later he acted ln the same posltron at
nelghbormg Watertown Hugh School where he re
manned untnl june of 1952
At present Mr Holland 15 workrng toward the doc
torate rn educanon He also holds membersh1p rn sev
eral educatxonal assocxauons and SOCICIICS
We here ln New London Hlgh School Wrsh Mr
Holland conrnnued success as our new prrnclpal We
must all try our utmost to grxe hmm our most earnest
cooperatron wxhrch he so rrghtfully deserves
BERTRAM H HOLLAND
MRS LAURA BOYCF
MRS IOTTII BEEBE
MRS LILLIAN CARLYLE
Secretary to the Prnnclpal
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Head of Mathemancs Department
ERNEST FALCONERS hours are spent teachmg Algebra Solxd
Geometry and Trrgonometry He spent hrs free hours as Advrsor to the
VUILLIAM CANTY teaches Algebra IH add1t1on to bemg Advnsor
to our xery talented Dramatrcs Club
FRANKLIN CROSBY teaches courses rn Algebra Trrgonometry
and Sohd Geometry as well as bemg Counselor to the Freshman Class
md fimncxal advrsor to the Clxpper
MARY McLAUGHLIN teaches Elementary Mflthematrcs and Mathe
matrcs rn Lrfe Durmg the past summer she dld graduate work at
Algebra and Mathematncs rn Lxfe occupy THOMAS FLANAGANS
class tnme He IS Head Football Coach and Counselor to the Freshman
Class Durrng the summer he dxd graduate work at the Un1vers1ty of
SUMNER MENKEN teaches classes rn Algebra and Plane Geometry
WALTER PECK teaches Elementary Mathematncs
Elementary Marhematrcs Plane Geometry and Refresher Math oc
cupy HOWARD T PIERCE S school hours
WILLIAM R. CANTY FRANKLIN C. CROSBY MARY LEE MCLAUGHLIN
THOMAS R. FLANAGAN SUMNER I-I. MENKEN WALTER A. PECK HOWARD T. PIERCE
G LAURENS ATTXVILL department head teaches Bookkeepmg
He IS adwsor to the Freshman Class and the Hrgh School Servrce Chest
and rs Regxstrar to the Selecme Scrxlce He attended the Unnersxty of
Connectrcut durrng the summer
Typrng and Shorthand are oflered to the busrness students by
MARION G ANDERSON
Advrsor to the ClI'CLlllIlOfl Staff of the Compass rs JOHN J CASEY
who also teaches Busnness lVIlIlI6ITl1IlCS and Bookkeeprng
LILLIAN KANTER one of the mo new Commercral Department
teachers has qunckly become an nntebral part of New London Hrgh She
teaches junnor Bnsmess Tramnng., Bnsnness Mathematrcs and Typmg
DAVID T KING admnmsters Bookkeeprng JUDIOI' Busrness Tram
mg and Busrness Mathemancs He rs Faculty Adusor to the Tncket
Commrttee and IS Presrdent of the Faculty Club
MADELINE Z PARKFR teaches Typmg and jumor Busrness
Tramnng and ns a Counselor to the Freshman and Sophomore Classes
INANCY XVATSON the second of our new Commercral Teachers
teaches Personal Typnng Ofhce Machrnes Busrness Law and Typrng
She 1S domg graduate work at our state un1vers1ty
G LAURENS AI IWILL
Head of Busrness Department
MARION G ANDERSON JOHN 1 CASEY LILLIAN KANTER
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DAVID T KING MADELINE Z PARKER NANCY P WATSON
P HENRY SHAY
Head of langu nge Department
MALCOLM G GREENAWAY JOSEPH A TASCA
P HENRY SHAY head of the Language Depart
ment teaches Spanrsh rn add1txon to accomplrsh
mg hrs many other dutres He traveled extensively
durmg the summer
Coach of the Track and Cross Country teams
MALCOLM G GREENAWAY teaches Latrn and
French and sponsors the French Club He traveled
rn Canada and the Un1ted States durmg the summer
and drd graduate vxork at the Unrversrty of Ver
French clarms the class hours of JOSEPH A
TASCA who rs faculty advrser to the yearbook staff
and the advertrsrng staff Durrng the summer he
was drrector of the boys camp at Camp Waquaset
CAROLINE PARD1 besrdes teachrng Spanrsh and
Italran sponsors the Italran Club She traveled rn
Europe durmg the summer and d1d graduate work
at the Unrversrty of Barcelona Spam
Latrn classes The Compass and a post as drrector
of school publrcrty provrde a full day for JOHN K
BALENTINE In addrtron he serves as drrector of
the extensron drvrsrons of Mrtchell College and en
Joys the summer sun as manager of the mrnrature
golf course at Ocean Beach Park
A new faculty member JOSEPHINE MANS
FIELD teaches classes rn Spamsh and French and
sponsors the Spamsh Club
CAROLINE F PARD1 JOHN K BALENTINE JOSEPHINE A MANSFIELD
F A C U L TY
JOHN TROLAND, head of the Science Department and sponsor
of the National Honor Society, teaches Chemistry and Physics.
BARTHOLOMEW P. SCARPA, besides teaching Physics and Pre-
Flight, is the Audio-Visual Coordinator. He attended an audio-visual
workshop during the summer.
E. ALBERT NITSCHE, instructor of Biology, attended summer
school at the University of Connecticut.
In addition to being chairman of the freshman and sophomore
counseling program MARSHALL H. NYE teaches Biology.
SOLOMON H GORDON teaches Chemistry and Science He was
a camp counsellor during the summer
Teacher of Biology WILLIAM F OBRIEN is also head coach and
basketball coach He spent the summer attending a coaching clinic at
the University of Connecticut and was assistant activity director at Ocean
A new addition to our faculty MILTON FIKE reaches Biology and
STEWART S CLARK teaches Science Science Survey and Conserva
Hof' JOHN TROLAND
Head of Science Department
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SOLOMON H GORDON XVILLIAM F OBRIEN MILTON E FIKE STEWART S CLARK
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Head of Industrml Arts Department
EDWARD I DOLNY CHARLES N FRANCIS
EVERETT MCLOUGHLIN not only teaches Ad-
vanced Woodworking but also serves as Head of
the Industnal Arts Department band manager ad
vtsor to the baton club and treasurer to the student
EDWARD I DOLNY admmrsters courses rn
Mechanxcal Drawtng and Woodworkrng He also
ably advrses the H1Y Club
A newcomer to the Industrlal Arts Department
ts CHARLES N FRANCIS recently graduated from
Kansas State Teachers College wtth a BS rn Educa
GEORGE H GREGORY IS the advrsor and coach
of the Rrfle 'Ieam He teaches General Metals and
attended the Umversrty of Connecncut durtng the
JOHN S JACZINSKI recently dlscharged a
ftrst lreutenant from the Untted States Army IS our
Auto mechamcs teacher He also teaches Apprenttce
FRED R SOBIECH eflicrently mstructs classes
tn Machtne Shop He also ts assrstant freshman base
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GEORGE H GREGORY JOHN S JACZINSKI FRED R SOBIECH
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YNGVE SODERBERG mstructs students of Advanced Art Berng
advrsor to the Art Department of the Clrpper consumed much of hrs
trme He traxeled and pamted durmg the summer
Just back from the Army ALBIN KAYRUKSTIS started a new
class called Arts and Crafts He also teaches Mechanrcal Drawrng and
advrses the Stage Make up Crew
Blueprlnt Readmg and Mechanrcal Dravxmg occupy the trme of
HARRY SANTANGELO He spent the summer domg graduate work
at the Umversrty of Connectrcut
A veteran of the Armed Servlces WESLEY STOFFEL teaches
ABBOTT WHITE teaches Mechanxcal Drawrng General Metals
and Dru er Educatron Durmg the summer he drd graduate work at the
Umversnty of Connectxcut
ROBERT XVUSTERBARTH ably teaches Woodworkmg General
Metals and Drrver Educatron He rs also co advxsor to the Student Councrl
DONALD HOLMES teaches art rn addrtron to advrsrng the Yearbook
Art Staff and the Publxc Speakmg Club
YNGVE E SODERBERG
ALBIN K KAYRUKSTIS HARRY P SANTANGELO WESLEY W STOFFEL
ABBOTT W WHITE ROBERT H WUSTERBARTH DONALD H HOLMES
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Social Studies Department
PHILIP B PASQUALE head of the SocIal StudIes Department In
structs classes In Problems of Democracy and UnIted States HISIOIY In
addItIon to hIs many other dunes he IS co advrser to the Forum Club
JOHN T CONWAY IS BusIness Manager of Ath1etIcs baseball
coach and Instructor In UnIted States HISIOIY DurIng the summer he was
assrstant to the Supenntendent at Ocean Beach Park
PAUL SKRIGAN Instructs classes IH Problems of Democracy and
Socral StudIes He also IS AssIstant Track Coach and IS an advrsor to
the Freshman Class
The Student CouncIl OCCUPICS much of the tIme of RICHARD
SNAPE who teaches Econonucs HIstory and Problems of Democracy
AssIstant grrd coach HARLAN STURGIS IS Instructor of EconomIc
Geography and SocIal StudIes
Admrmstermg Soc al Studnes IS MAURA G SULLIVAN who IS co
advrsor of the Forum Club
KATHERINE VARGAS teaches SocIal StudIes and Problems of
Democracy In addItIon she served as advIsor to the Student CouncIl and
the School Serx ICC CommIssIon
TCHHIS coach and assrstant football mentor FEDELE MUGAVERO
teaches HISIOYY and SocIal Studres
DHI THE GUY
JOHN T CONWAY PAUL S SKRIGAN RICHARD F SNAPE
HARLAN M STURGIS MAURA G SULLIVAN KATHERINE B VARGAS FEDELE R MUGAVERO
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F A C U L T Y
ESTHER STENSBY, the head of the Homemaking Department,
worked as a relief dietitian at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York
during the summer.
MRS. LEE teaches social studies and driver education.
Teaching homemaking occupies most of LINA jACKSON'S time.
She spent the summer as a governess.
MARY ELLEN KENYON teaches cooking and other home-
WANDA ONIFER, who is a new member of the Homemaking
Department, teaches cooking, sewing and other related subjects.
Cooking instructor ISABEL PAGE is also a Sophomore class
DOROTHY SPURGAS, also a new member of the Homemaking
Department, teaches homemaking in general.
RUTH L. JACZINSKI, of our Homemaking Department, teaches
sewing and other related subjects.
Head of Homemaking Department
MARY D LEE LINA JACKSON MARY E KENYON
WANDA E ONIFER ISABFL F PAGE DOROTHY C SPURGAS RUTH I- JACZINSKI
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F A C U L T Y
MARY T. TALCOTT teaches English in addition to carrying out her
duties as Head of the English Department. She did graduate work at our
state university the past summer,
JOSEPHINE P. BEEBE conducts regular classes in English besides
sponsoring the Cheerleaders. She traveled extensively in the United States
and Canada last summer.
Advisor to the newly formed Symposium Club, RUSSELL W. HARRIS,
teaches English. During the summer he attended conferences on World
Order and traveled through the Southern states.
Along with instructing classes in English, MARION B. KELSEY does
counseling work with Freshmen and Sophomores.
JOSEPH V. MEDEIROS teaches English, advises the senior class
and is an English advisor to the Clipper Staff.
RUTH MOORE administers courses in English besides counseling
Freshmen and Sophomores. She also sponsors the English Club.
In addition to teaching English BENJAMIN H. PLOTKIN sponsors
the Public Speaking Club During the summer he supervised a day camp
MARY T TALCOTT
Head of English Department
JOSEPI-IINE P BEEBE RUSSELL W HARRIS MARIONI B KELSEY
JOSIPH V MEDEIROS RUTH E MOORE BFNINLTT H PLOTKIN
F A C U L T Y
Along wrth conductmg hrs dunes as prrncrpal advlsor to the Senror
Class JOHN M SHEEHY teaches Englrsh
Drama filled the year for FRANK D ROBINS who drrects the hlgh
school plays rn addmon to cxrrymg rl full teachmg load rn Freshman and
Meeting Junxors and Senlors each day rn Englmsh classes rs a full job
for ROSE K STUCK'1
In addrnon to reachmg English and Socnal Studxes JOSEPH A SILVA
IS the assrstant basketball coach He spent the summer attendlng a coachrng
clrmc at the Unn ersrty of Connectrcut
RICHARD BENVENUTI sponsor of the school Swmg Band has
charge of the Band and teaches Music Apprecratxon
The New london Hrgh Chonr the Freshman Chorr and the Strrng
Orchestra are ably conducted by JOHN J McCARTHY
Drrector of the cltys Audro Vrsual Axds IS MILDRED ABBOTT who
also teaches Brology She toured the West Coast furtherrng her studres at
the aud1o v1sual centers there and 10 addxtnon took Kodachrome prctures
of the Western Unrted States
JOHN M SHEEHY
FRANK D ROBINS ROSE K STUCKY JOSEPH A SILVA
RICHARD V BENVENUTI JOHNI J MCCARTHY MILDRED E ABBOTT
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Miss Frances Peck is a familiar figure in the library. She is always
ready to render service and aid in selecting the proper books. Over the
past several months her incessant efforts have completely altered our library
system into a well organized unit which is indexed to the last text.
Mrs. Marion Morris, alias the Florence Nightingale of New London
High, is our constant worker against diseases and ills. Mrs. Morris carries
on a strict program of student hygiene.
Mrs. Ethel Morris assists the librarian and also does some clerical work
in the superintendent's office.
Mrs. Potter, new to New London High, helps with school attendance.
ETHEL G MORRIS MARION K MORRIS ARLENE POTTER
K Butters J Shine M Benfeldt R Waring and
1 Romagna use library facilities to prepare for
those mid year exams
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Custodian and Cafeteria
A popular figure around the Hale Burldmg 15
Thomas FIISH The Nathan Hale sectmon a com
paratrvely new and up to date structure IS kept from
showmg ns wear by Toms constant efforts
Mr Spot Remover Austm Ruddy IS the man
responsdie for the spodess appearance of our scx
ence laboratormes and commerclal rooms m Bartlett
The huge appetrtes of the New London Hxgh
School teen agers are amply satrsfxed by Mrs Drea
and her krtchen crevs Her preparat1ons help to
allevrate our cafeterxa problem
Mr Mrchael OConnell can usually be found clean
mg up after some of our more careless students rn
the busy Chapman Bulldmg Grvmg Mrke the ever
helpmg hand are Harold Hap Wlnslow Mr Ken
neth Avery and Mrs Anna Enms
Plctured below are left to rxght H Wmslow K Avery and
Mrs E McLoughlm and Mrs N Drea
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PERCY E. NEFF
Born: March 5, 1898
Died: July 1, 1952
"Perce," as he was known to his as-
sociates, was a real friend and a fine
Never one to seek individual honors,
glory, or fame, he sought ways and means
to lend a helping hand in preference to
all else the world had to offer.
PAUL F. GOSS
Born: June 3, 1902
Died: August 6, 1952
A pat on the back-a hearty handshake-a jolly laugh-these charac-
terized Paul Goss, whose death was indeed a grave loss not only to N.L.H.S.
but to all schools with whom he had dealings.
Yearbook photography was his life's work. He was responsible for
building up Loring's yearbook section, a special unit whose duty it is to
help yearbook staffs and to keep them happy.
As a photographer he gave unsparingly of his energy to the betterment
of our yearbook, for though he was active in many schools, New London
High was his great love.
Members of the executrve commrttee of the PTA are left to rrght Mrs Mc
Claren Nlrs Mcl1g,ue Mr Holland Mr Woodford Mrs Arnold M155 Talcott
and Mr Archer
A yery rmport 1nt relitronshrp rn any hrgjh school IS th If yyhrch CXISIS
between the te1chers and the p1rents An org1n1z1t1on knovyn IS the
P1rent Teachers Assocutron trnes to m1l1c rhrs connectron 1 closely kmt
one I 1st year the Hrst New london Hlpll School PTA vs IS formed lt
V15 desrgned to 11d p1rents of school chrldren rn understmdmg the
problems of youth today Spec1hc1lly rt enrbles p1rents and teachers
to meet rnform 1lly and drscuss YN1yS Jfld me 1ns of rmproymg both the
school 1nd the chrld
The gfrtherrngs frre held once 11 month wrth 1 mrmmum of four
meetmgs per school year At the lf1st conference several students partrc
rpcrted rn the prognm Talks dealxng mth 11r1ous ph1ses of school llfe
were presented by students of 1ll four yerrs Some of the subjects were
schol1rsh1p gurdmce and unrversal mrlltary trammg By havrng the
students take an actrve part m the PTA the members hope to rnfluence
more parents rn school affarrs frnd thus hue them enroll m the organ1z1
tron Our band 1nd cholr entertamed at some of the conferences our
best solo Qrtrsts 1lso partrcrpated The Student Councrl has offered xts IS
s1st1r1ce by ushermg parents frround the school The Parents Nights
vehlch are held from trme to trme are mdrrectly sponsored by the PTA
At these trmes p1rents drscuss wrth teachers the progress of therr chrldren
are wpprrused of therr vte1knesses 1nd strengths erther rn geneml
are1s or specrfrc subyects
The 1957 D3 sl 1te of offrcers rs as follows Leland Woodford Presl
dent Mrs Tessre lrtvym Frrst Vrce Presrdent lohn Archer Second Vrce
Presxdent Mrs Fred PTCIFICI Thrrd V1cePres1dent Mrs ames MCTlgllE
Fourth V1cePres1dent Mrss Mfrry Talcott Recordmg Secretary Mrs
Wrllnam Arnold Correspondmg Secretary and Mrs Sldney Lrttman
Mr and Mrs Wells recerve necessary
mformatron from J Muller as daughter
Nancy looks on
rballedo N Corkey and J Impellrtterr are ready and
wrllrng, to help Mr and Mrs Adams and Mr and Mrs
D Rrballedo pomts the way for Mr and Mrs Petrrnr Bergamo
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SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS
John M Sheehy joseph V Medeiros Mary T Talcort
Carlton F Small Nancy P Watson
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Victor Spezrali Treasurer Kenneth Willoughby President
Donald Burns Vice President Raymond Burke Secretary
THE SENIOR CLASS
The class of 1955 has come to the fork in the
road Some will elect to continue into the realms of
the road leading to the open world which awaits
them All will encounter entirely new experiences
of a type they have never before undergone but
inevitably marking the transition from the teens to
From the day we entered these portals our prime
endeavor has been not only to follow in the foot
steps of our predecessors but also to forge ahead
toward a high level of accomplishment perhaps to
set a precedent in achiexement We have produced
among us a number of leaders well capable of being
the pace setters of tomorrows world
We place our trust in the future seniors to main
min and to hold high the ideals which we have
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Dorothy Noyes V1cePres1dent joseph Impellxtterr Presl
dent Dolores M13 Secretary Peter Vme Treasurer
THF JUNIOR CLASS
As proud jumors the cl1ss of 1954 xs h1ppy to
ohscrxc th tt vnc 1re now ofihctally recogmzed 1s
nmportmt le1dcrs tn 1ll school actmttes It seems
thtt but 1 fcxx d1ys 'ago me were wanderlng er
r1t1cally 1round the school entertng every room but
thc proper one
However 1fter perh1ps the three most en1oy1ble
xurs of our hxes the cl1ss had reaped the fruxts
offcrcd bv school lrfe 1nd now eagerly exhxbtts the
lmrcls 1ch1cxcd nn sports scholarshlp and extra
currltultr tctmncs The cl1ss has cxercxsed much
1ddcd effort durnng, thc p1st school year rn attempt
mc to prep1rc ntself for thc fiml challenge
In new of thc fact fh1f many lunuors obyect to
xmtchmg thtlr hugh school d1ys vnhxsk so merrlly by
thc cltsss enthusmsm 1ppc1rs to be swelltng con
sttntlx tml rhlt cllmxctlc d1y when they a
burst forth md trxumplmntly proclatm We are
nom tmc Scnnors
Aduscrs to the lumor Class are left to rtght Mrs
Stuclty 'slr loye Nlr Casey and Nirs Lee
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ARLENE CEKALA LOUIS T. CHIAPPONE XWAYNE B. CHURCH LAWRENCE CLARKIN
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CHARLES E. CULLEN
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over a number of years. By October, 1950, all financial and
legal transactions had been completed to the extent that the
city government could go ahead with the purchase of the
Chapman Technical High School, now recognized as New
London High School. Thus, for the first time since 1873,
through the efforts of the Board of Education, the citizens
of New London became responsible for public education on
a grade one through twelve basis. Progressive strides were
then taken towards a modern addition.
Facilities. at the time of the hrst investigations of the
school problem, provided for the accommodation of only
950 students. The decision resulting from this disclosure
was that the city would have to meet the responsibilities
of expanding and improving the hxtures already at the
high school, since an additional 900 entering students
were ngured on within the following three years. Conse-
quently, the existing Bartlett and Nathan Hale city-owned
elementary schools were made an integral part of New
London High. The total additional rooms made available
by these steps were twenty-seven. To complete the trans-
formation, the pupils enrolled at Robert Bartlett and
Nathan Ilale Schools were transferred to the Charles B.
Jennings Schoolls ln turn, the seventh and eighth grade
pupils of the latter ihstittition were shifted to Bulkeley
School, which then' became the city's only junior high
school. There was also the question of Williams Memorial
Institute, the school ,for girls. A plan was devised whereby
the Board of Education would provide for the education of
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RAYMOND B. HAWKES ROLAND E. HAYES
EUGENE R. HENDRICKSON MAUREEN HIGGINS
WAYNE HILLIAR BETTY HOLMES
FRANK HOPKINS VIOLA M. HUBBERT SHIRLEY E. HUME WILLIAM HUNT
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CONSTANTINE G. KANABIS WILLIALI KBENEY
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RAYMOND J. MILES EDWARD J. MITCHELL ELEFTHERIOS P. MITCHELL
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LAWRENCE R. MONTALI AVERY L. MORGAN FRANCIS MULLEN JOQEPHWEJ MULLEN
CHARLES FA MUNGER MARION H. MURPHY ROBERT A. MURPHY BARBARA A.
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JAMES M, O'CONNOR RICHARD E. OLIVER 'DONALP HARKER
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girls enrolled thc-re for the next three years. Vifhen the
School Board no longer wishes to make use of the facilities
at Williams Memorial Institute, the Trustees plan to make
it a private school for boarding pupils and day pupils at
tuition costs to the individual parents.
At the present time. New London I-Iigh's three struc-
sufhcient space for the enrollment. However,
the growth of our city and the surrounding communities
will. in time, cause an overflow of students into the high
school system. This excess will have to be met by the con-
struction of another building, which, it has been decided
will take the form of a combination gymnasium. cafeteria,
auditorium, and classrooms, built as a connecting unit
between the Chapman and Nathan Hale buildings. The
ANITA J. PERCY
new edihcc- will have its entrance on Lincoln Avenue, where L ' Us
the surface of the land is level. This site tends to conceal
otherwise obvious background defects, as well as to provide Cft
for an attractive and practical entrance. Q
Inspection of the interior of the auxiliary wing affords f
a view of the cafeteria-community unit, which will serve , L
the multiple function of dining space, dance hall, freshman EJ., pm
homeroom, and theater. Further investigation reveals that M, ' ', ,k
the gymnasium will serve the dual purpose of auditorium W5 -
and physical education center. The playing floor is fifty ' Jm
feet by eighty-four feet with six foot side aisles and ten jk!! ,V JA ,
foot clearance at both ends. It will have a ceiling height nj ' A 'X
of twenty-two feet. Featured are electrically operated folding -'J I . L'
doors which divide the area into two sections for use by AJ -' S , T
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JOHN P. SHINE
LEO G. SMALLEY
DAVID SMITI-I f r- RALPH MARTIN
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VICTOR A. SPEZIALI JOHN E. STADNICK JAMES L, STEVUART PALMER U. ST. GERMAIN
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A. WILLOUGHBY DANIEL C, WOLVERTON
A MICHAEL J. ZIEZIULEWICZ
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RICHARD A. BEAUCHAMP JACKIE LEE MAYNARD
Class of 1953 Class of 1953
Died March 22, 1951 Died August 3, 1951
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emor Swlixifxgical memmff S I es of aPPf0val
Mr. Medeiros expounds on the functions of grammar to
his third period class which is pictured in part by R. Oliver
R. Gordon B. Wiercioch C. Cullen and D. Burns.
M. and W. Rabon New London
High's sensational acrobatic team
limbering up for the coming
A. Percy's mellow tones grip her
audience in musical fascination.
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UNIUR - Class of 954
MR SILVAS HOMEROOM
Fnrst Row left to rrqht J Patel J Patcr N Patterson E Sabra C Pangllman D Rebmann
C Peterson E Percy
O Second Row Mr Srlva R Rowland B Rose A Orbe L Pacnhcr D Roselund R Rowley
K H Robbms
yy' Y. U Thnrd Row R Ruest W Rathbun T OConnor G Pangrlman B Salvatore R Rose R
N 1 Q -'Y Redrngton J Rrley L Pennella N Plerfederlcl W Park J Roggero H Pumerantz
MR MEDEIROSS HOMEROOM
Flrst Row left to r1Lht I Snmonc. A Sheehan J Snow C Spadaro N S
J Sulllvan J Van Loan H Sfhnurr
Second Rom Mr Medertos H Starkvweather E U ucuom 1 Sylvester
Svuder R LJALUCCIOUI Shme E Taylor R Sheedy R Shauzhnessy
Thml Row R Segal W Senkovx D Taylor R Turner L SmlHfOWSkl R
B Southworth M Tutchro D Sullrvan S Sxmon R Thurlow
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Second Rovs A Lawrence R Lavore R Koles R Lenney L Kearmg F Hilton E Lanrer
I Impelllrtcrn L Kerr J LHVOIC T Ialxe
Th1rdRovx C Horner R Krier P Howard N Keramndas R Jerome R Hutchmson
R Holbrook J Lemmon K Hoaxelanll R lamourlne L lckes
MR. SKRlGAN'S HOMEROOM
First Row. lcfr ro right' F, Maz7clI.1, D, May, V. Mlrnn, F MrCarrhy, IT. Muecgxrella, M
N1mhc,N, Nc.1l,AI. Malsonc. R, Marrin,
Scuonll Rmx li Ioiarono, A Mamurinu, R. NCHU.l, M, MacDonald, R. Muck, R. Moore,
G. M1rchell,A Lorcllo, M, Murphy, R. Lord, B. Marnhull.
Third Row' D, Lonu, R. Nelson, D, Murphy, R, Newman, R. McLaughlin, E. Marsh,
G. Manos, NX' Mark, Menghi
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MISS MCLAUGHLINS HOMEROOM
Frrst Row left to rzcht Mlss McLau hlm J Dewolfe K Douton B Edwards M Eaton
C Errshman A Fable H Fletcher C DAm1co
Second Rom F Faulkner R Enos R DeB1as1 J Defange A Dahl C Drmmoclc J
Espxnosa R Elenowrtz
Th1rdRon E Duclos W Dev ne F DeI.aura R Feclus R Davlclson W Flrman P
Doulcos S Ebby V Elcn J DIMALLIIJ L Faltonl J Dupllce B Dean
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MR FLANAGANS HOMEROOM
Frrst Rom left to rrght B Gelmas NI Hlggrns M Fneclberg Ni Flood S Gerrrsh N
Hall D Gatheral F HIQEIHS F Glulrano
Second Ron R Grnllo G Hawkes XV Green M Hancock J Geer P Hewrtt R Gada
W Grrflin T Groark W Foley P Gaboury D Francrs
Thnrd Ron R Hallxsey J Granneld j Freeland J Grondzxk G Haney L Glaclu W
Herndon E Henderson J Geaglone F H111 R Halpern I Glorclano
First Row, left to right: P. Bli-
ven, R, Benowitz, L. Borges, G.
Ameral, M. Beit, B. Bellian, C.
Baker, C. Breithaupt, F. Beebe.
Second Row: Mr. Pierce, R. Bal
di, B. Becker, R. Birchall, R. An-
dreoli, F, Avillar, E. Boska, N.
Bouchard, A. Annibalini, R.
Blake, J. Ahern, F. Barca.
Third Row: C. Atkinson, W.
Boguszewski, R. Blodgett, S. Bec-
ker, T. Benson, P. Bongo, R.
Barry, C. Boyle, A. Bezanson,
j. Archer, D. Allberry.
Frrst Row leffg J Chap
man S Caldrell Brousseau
J Camphell A Chapman j
Buddm ton S Dadson N C1n
quanta E Brrght
Second Row T Chapman R
Carnarolx A Cooper R Chap
J Co ta J Caulheld
Broun G Cnrlllo
Thrrd Row L Broccolr R Chap
pell R Chrlstenson T Cara
nauah R Cook S Colonls W
Cavanaurzh M Cohen D Bur
MR WHITE S
FxrsrRovx left to rnght B Wade
B Wxllrams V Wrnrers R Wrl
lramson J Ward L Young C
Second Row Mr Whrte M
Wood R Wheeler R Wara
komsky A Vme I Wong J
Thrrd Rovs 1 Wadsworth C
Vme J Wllletts H Vargas T
Whltty P Whrte M Wexnberg
dent Madeline Hartman secretary A Devivo presi
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS are, left to right
W. O'Donnell treasurer' Mary Hartman vice-presi-
ADVISORS TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Mrs Isabel Page Miss Mary McLaughlin M E
Albert Nitsche Mr P Henry Shay
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Slowly approaching us is the completion of our
second year, the half-way mark in the best years of
our lives. In the period of time that we have passed
at New London High School, most of us have estab-
lished the foundations of our future intentions and
desires. The primary school attitude has undergone
a distinctive change in which our views, concepts,
and attitudes have been broadened and matured. No
longer do we possess our initial approach toward
everyday problems but rather a more serious outlook
toward situations that often confront us.
Also, as our second year of high school comes to
its end, the focal point is concentrated on the coming
two years, the years that will complete the foremen-
tioned transition. Our junior and Senior years offer
us the complement of these past years in which we
have partially developed new means to approach our
The Class of 1955 will utilize in its best possible
manner the facilities which have been long in the
construction phase to express its gratitude to the
taxpayers and all those who have made them possible
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THE FRESHWIAN LLASS
The ettes of 1 new field of edueltlon were opened
to us when we entered the hills of New london
Hugh Qehool Students representrng, sexerxl of the
em s ertmmrr sehools were gfrthered together on a
du of therr own to get the i,ener1l liyout of the
hrbh school eourses 1nd how the rnstrtutron wis
operated Then we w ere rntermrngpled wrth the other
three elrsses rs the schedule got undetwfty The Hrst
few weeks were the testrng beds durrng whreh we
bee mme reeustomed to the new type of homework
Newer 1nd hrotder tetrxrtres were offered to the
errnd of the rerdemxe portron of hrgh school lxfe
Agun the freshmen were well represented rn the
sehool s sports progmm 1nd outslde aetrvrtres
Sxnee we made our bmxe entrance the freshmqn
elrss has ttleen great strrdes rn the drrectron of be
comrng 1 put of the New London Hrgh Famrly
XY'e hue eompleted now our mftyor adjustment wrth
FACLITY ADVISORS to the Freshmnrn Chss 'ere
Mr Slerlgm Mrs Cftnfleld Mr Atwrll and Mrs
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFIQERS tre left to rrght treftsurer I Brown vrce
presrdent T Ctldrello seerettry N Corleey 1nd presrdenr G Woodworth
yr .- V A -1 4 rs . . .
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MR SHEEHY S HOMEROOM
Frrst Row left to rnzht l Bates D Beckvuth B Andrade B Andreolr I' Arsenault
Bendfeldt L Bernstenn D Allen X Barca
Second Row Mr Sheehy R Bass 'l Avery D Barrey L Batch J Batty B Bauer
Alherr W Allen W Benedrct W Adoclt
Thxrd Rovs R Aqurar W Barrs F Armburst G Beebe G Antomac T Bentley R Atkms
1 Adams R Anger R Auld R Alger W Baborsky
MR CROSBYS HOMEROOM
Fr st Row left to reht 9 Blake B Bmlloss B Cllvral S But Nir Crosby J BllfC1flC
S Brennan R Bonanno j Camplell
Second Row ln Blrxen l Brouwer B Braeavn S Blanchard E Butler C Brown S
Brltlxman J Burr B Bur ess P Burxet P Boureault C Blake Nl Brshop
Tl'11rdRtm Xl Blmlerman Bowes F Butler A Brochu J Bxenlcovusltr G Burgess
R Booth W Boyle G Browne R Brown W Call-.ms
MISS MOORE S HOMFROOM
Frrsr Rovs left to mehr H Damels B Clarke N Crouch E Compton J Corcoran S
Dahl E Carver I Chappell
Serond Row A1185 Moore NI Carson G Cole H Chmppone C Clausen N Crurse K
Cuddy M Charlop J Condon NX Carbon
Thrrd Row D Carlson P Chapllmlrr C Coburn L Carpenter R Connolly W Conary
J Casey R Curtm F Cleary
MRS STLCKY S HOMFROOM
vu l lr ru rr hr P Donuun A DaL.1ur.l B Dmlan Y Deschamps J Doucetre
C Du n l Dlmmmrlx T Dome rc
L P w L x luv .1 rw ne D r lx Devme
w f mu xx Dug Don mx Delaxura I Dnmmoc
lx D ku Delrmorru F Drnwnnx li Durne F Ddosra A Derhaxnc J Dougherty
A DeY1wo R Doxmur
MRS. KELSEY'S HOMEROOM
First Row, left to right: D, Evans, E. Fielding. J. Duggan, C. Fredella, C. Dumont, R
Epstein, J. Franlcewicz, J. Dyer.
Second Row: Mrs. Kelsey, H. Fortier. T. Edgecomlw, B. Evelyn, il. Edwards, L. Gaetano, L
Epps, A. Ferrante. E. Fiallcoslcy. B. Eisenstein, D. Durfee, P. Francis.
Third Row: R. Edgecomh, J. Ericson, R Ellis, C Fisher, T. Fraser, J. Epps, W. Gadbois
J. Edwards, M. Gabco, 1. Feeney, R Dwyer.
MRS. BEEBE'S HOMEROOM kin, M
First Row, left to right: M. Harris, J. Hart, B, Hamler, L. Harris, R. Gunn, N. Haney,
L. Green. C. Granata.
Second Row: Mrs. Beebe, D. Gray, G. Gannotti, J. Grillo, M. Hartman, M. Harley, M.
Hartman, B. Geiger, D. Gautlenzi, M. Gatheral, P. Gonzales, H. Golumhic, A. Grasso.
Third Row: R. Grills. B. Harkins. D. Geer. R. Gruning, D. Guimont, R. Harper, C. Hallisey,
P. Greene, J. Gergulis, F. Giordano, G. Geer, V. Goss, XV. Graham, R. Grout.
MR HARRIS'S HOMFROOM
Ylrsr Row left ro right C Holt VI jessuck r Jullarme N Keenan J Kenyon D
Karpovas L Kerns l lmpdlmcrl B Hcnaulr
Scfonll Row Nir Hxrrm R Klxndcltcr D Hochn P johnmn C Hume E Kelpnsh J
Kmrnm, Cl Kaplan N lcrnrm Nl ox C' Kane
'Ihml Row F lxanc M Hyatt R Hlscox R ean L Hcavcnor R Kmg., R Islexb W
Hoss R johnson T Joncs R jumorg
MR ROBINS HOMFROOM
sr Rrm l Nhnlnrcn 7 Inman C Luzzx P Niaclxag, Ni Niahonc
upmAl.L NI ldl'lCC C lmlrx NI Nl.nlaL .1
luxslu C L urxnu umm S 'Vlansfcl S London S l ar
r I1 II A M P luads I' Nlann W on
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SL-mn-l Ruw lf. Rmlwns, C1 Kuuhcr, -I Krupfmvauc, A. lnusllun, M. I.aVallie, Krauth,
j Krly- ', M. Ma lc, M K 'k. N. I. 3 l'n ky, H. l .12 'l l, . , . 'wi' -
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MR GRFENAWAX 5 HOMEROQMJ
Flrst Row 'left to mehr M Mountzoutes M Mountzoures AICSSIUR P Medma M
Niessnna R Morettn G Mattatall P McCaffrey A Memman
S d Row Mr Greenavnay A Martm N Munger F Olson B Margaret I Mur
phy V Montesn A Menghx M McCue M Mazon j Mfyevj Muller M Nmchols B
BIOSICI' H Murtha
Thnrd Row D OConnell A Mamn W Maynard 'fell R Moreash I Nott R
McN1ckle J Mullen J MtNe1l D Mazella A Murall aryglu
MR PECRS HOMEROOM
Flrst Ron lett to rght I P1n.1 D Retanatn Nl PJlHlfllSll'l0 T Robolledo F Pudxah
Potts J Perrlno Nl Onupgnlt 'Nl Oltlrmd
betond Rnvx L Prmmt lx Ptnlleton Nl Olxane I Rtmly W Reewt A Palmxern D
Allerys I Peltxer 'Nl Pmtrovsslu Rasxe Y Ponrltr C Pcrltms
Thlrd Row N Pennell R Palvxlonxa XX Renfexss XX O Donnell L Prestott A Pxne A
Papalxa E Podeszvfa R Rando R Olsen j Rlcatta R Petty R Ressler
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MR KINGS HOMEROOM
Fnrst Row left to rmht R Rowley K Shea B Saunders B Scully S Serahn S Senkewxtcz
T Schnurr M Shunts A Ron
Second Row Mr Kmg l' Salvatore R Sxvla H Rnchards M Sheflott A SlCgl8ff E
Roystet M Shahareck L Snff I Ronmck I. Scott E Snlvestn
Thlrcl Row L Sham I' Roland R Shea J Rxordan R Sarpu E Schultz R Slclerwxcz
D Shea K Sargent D St Germaxn j Shea
MRS VARGASS HONIEROOM
F st Row lf to rxtht NI Sruhcllclt I 'Iraslt F Squtrc Nl Sousa K Sullxwan Nl lmr z
1 o XI Sul IN n
mnl Rmx s r nun Su nm li The p Tlflany K Sugrue
ms Lcnu 'In
IH rm mltu :rx r T Lltsth N Lltralnc R Smxrh G Sutr
N Sulluun R Sml
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ltr ,pl Su -- XV. Sylvm, A '. jlor.
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MR. STURGIS'S HOMEROOM
First Row, left to right: B, Yuhas, R. Woitysiak, R. Washton, S. White, B. White, S
Walsh B. Zito R. Zito.
Second Row Mr Sturgis M Varelia B Venditto E Way R Walsh L Weaver N Wells
N Whelan M Weinheri, J Yvon S Wallner T Whelan
Third Row R Vcnditto R Wrinn G Wilkinson R Woodford C Wood E Young F
Waite J Watterson M Wargo H Weiss L Vennari
FRESH N Class of '56
MR SNAPE S HOMFROOM
First Row left to tight L Beeht I Alderson B Alexander IN Btnvenuti F Abell D
Benovuitz j Averx CS Barker D Aquitantc G Bathese
Bartsth C Alexanltr F Adams X Altms W Builaqua R Beniamin L Alucantler
Thirl Row Alriero R Barnes Alhano S Bergman B Barbour C Babtock W Barn
hill P Bertano F Butts K Bates R Ames B BiLl'Dll"I G Barker Y Barros
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Second Roni Mr. Snape, XV. Aquiar, D, Bainc' D, Avampato, R. Barnett, M. Beaney. E.
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Flrsr Rows left to rnaht l Johnson M Kelley A Kxng G Jones E Jameson T Jullarnne
Second Rovu Mlss Spurgas R lxclley D Klng C Kay B Kerr E Johansen P Kenny
S Johnson L Kelly
Thmrd Rovu D Jnsnph E Jacons N Johanson W Kelsey C Jameson W Kerr H
Joyce R Janovxc A Jordan
MISS MANSFI EI-D'S HOMFROOM
Fm: Roux, lc-lr ro rluhr D lhrmwls, Ii fllllmm, J flwnrmgxlnulm. fl. Cornish, A. Chaplinski
X' flmprnnn, Y f lmppa-ll. l filllllllwnlxl
M-wrlll Row Mass M.1mf:L-ll. l. f.nnl.cr, N Clsrlz, fl. Conncll, C. f.clc-nmno, N. Corkcy
lDfUI'1IJLllIS R fo Llml l flmsm 1 N
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'l'h1ul Rfm I, f,uf'fcy, R f.:-uluzm, J lJ.ln.m. XX' Qlcnry, R. Conover, R Cobvnn, A. D3fllHAU
If Ihvls, lx Dsinnhcr, R. Lolllns, lx, Chrzstcnscn.
MR MUGAVEROS HOMEROOM
First Row left to right J Dietrich E Douton E Falk G Ellis K Dellaporta C Del
Priore P Falk M DeCo5ta H Donahue B Demarfo
Second Row Mr Mutgavero S Downes N Eltrinaham P Euan S Downes A Devlin D
Dimmock D Enos S Dimmock B DeGaetano S Donahue C Dechaine H Days D
Emmett B Doerfier A Eckert
Third Row R Douchette J Dolan R Eberle K Delaporta C Dtiggers L DeAngelis
W Ernst A Dupee E Drea E DeCosta R Dawley J DeNoia J Evatte
MR LEE S HOMEROOM
Gilman P Gunnoe A Fulton Ni Grrllo B Frcdrrg
betonl Ron Nlrs Lee Girl I Grabner C line M Ferrmte C Gloxer J Flanders
Ferate R Gelinus D Gmbner NI Ftrritno B Frazier R lollows Y Green 'F
Thrrd Row R Farrell R Faulkner R Gotti J Creen J Garrett D Gaboury R Grusti
A Fletcher R Fuchs P Filardi R Flynn R Grippo R lreeman
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MISS PARDI S HOMEROOM
Ftrst Row left to rt ht E Hall S Hess D Hubbert R Irwtn C Guem M Henrotaux
M Gutnn I Hall D Hannaford K I-Img
Second Row Mxss Pardn L Henault D Hays N Hartuns, W Howarth E Htggms G
Hubbert S Hodge T Hansen M Htggms G Hollts
Thtrd Row E Hemtt A Heqmann 'I Hargey R Htll R Hayes R Htckey E H111
N Htggtns R Hollts J Htlton j jackson D Hansen J Hayosy
MR BALENTINE S HOMFROOM
Smxtht C Straqusa H Stockforl
bcwntl Row Nlr Balcnttnc D Sullnan H Southard L Sulltxan P Smtlxssan R Stack
vmathcr lx Stust l Smtth D Smnh B Stttlaeltck
lhtrl Rcm M Smtth XV Sttnson B Stucnson Nl Sltphtcs K Ststarc J Snow M Slectte
Sommon H Stevens lx Stefansltt
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MR FOYE S HOMFROOM
Fnrst Rom left ro r1Lhr T Perry C Recanan M Pescarello M Redlngron R Pecora J
Payne R Pernzzl
Second Row Mr F056 J Pennell J Pma W Reagan T Pxascxk M Rabon W Reagan
T Pescarello D Prcntxce T Qulnn
Th1rdR0vL D Reno A Pensls M Rakoslq D Plelson A Perry W Reed R Perknns
W Plcrson A Randy
MRS PACT 5 HOMFROOM
fmt Ron ldr to r1Lhr 5 Pnrlxer NI p1l.1ClOlL1l0S NI Pdpayohn B Noxnch H C sen
Sammi Rnxx Nlrs Pa e I Puller C Parks A OConnor A OBern R Palladmo R
N 1'-.on M P,1pp,u..op0ul1s
Tl'11rlRon XX Osmrson P Part: R Palmer W Olson N Palladlno R Palladnno R
P.x:qu.1lln1 j Nevlllc
MR SANTANGELOS HOMEROOM
Fnrst Row left to rxght C Rxce M Santora M Rlce J St Germam C Rogulskl P
Rossettn D Rossx
Second Row Mr Santangelo R Rlbner J Salamanca S Saunders C Matrom S Ronmng
C Santere R Rlce
Th1rd Row 1 Roach J Rogofl B Sartorx R Rutter S Rugglero E Rolfe G Rowland
MR DOLNYS HOMFROOM
l'rst Rov. lef to ncht l Shclton C Shaharcclrt P Shea J Scruy H Sahfner S Scarpa
Sctond Row Nlr Dolm N Sllxa C Shtpatnn H Sham B Schastxan D Scott N Settle
J Storm Nl Sexton
Thlrd Row j Slkorsltm P Schnelder R Shaplro W Schofield J Scott H Shannon A
Searle R Shcflott gl Shortal R Senltovx
NIR TASCAS HOMEROOM
First Row left to right J Zaist G Swinyer J Wightman H Sylvia M Swanson
Swan S Tunucci
Second Row Mr Tasca J Sylvester I' W terhouse T Teixeira S Sullivan A Tudisca
C Woitysiack R Verity P Toohey
Third Row L XV1ll1ams W Swift R Vivnrxto A XVaner H Vincent R White F
MR CANTYS HOMEROOM
First Row left to right B Waterhouse J Valliere A VUhntt', J Wolfgram C Tynan J
Termmesn E Wood
Second Row A Sweet M Vendetto K Taylor R Thurlow F Walsh A Terranova A
Vocalina J White D Yee
Third Row R Tuneskn D Twnss G Woodworth R NanderVeer J Weinraub E Swan
son R Sulman E Van Loan
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Fxrst Ron left to rnght F Carpenter D Burgess B Carey N Burgess l Brown J Brown
A Bucko N1 Brown
Second Rom A Caldrello R Camppo A Cantos S Campbell B Canestrarn S Bnggs B
Campbell B Campagna N Canros B Burma P Broga D Casey Mnss Sullxvan
Th1rdRovx D Brown R Camnlluccx J Beyer R Carver E Carney R Butt F Brochu
R Caron D Callahan C Castro R Bresler
MR. PLOTKlN'S HOMEROOM
Ifirst Row, left to rruht: E, Kohl, H. Leipcr, S, l.irwm, B, Kostenko. H. Leiper, A. Ligget, R.
Lnnmr, If. Lemmon.
Scwntl Rfmg Mr Plutlcin, R. Kmclx. C. Lord j. Linuamfclter j. Lake, D. Lavoie, B.
Lcwyant, K. l.L'..lkll, li. I.a,urotrer1.1, D Kruprmmuc, ,l. l..ll'l7.l, S. Kultcr, S. I.uPrcsto.
Thirtl Rrm R4 Lemmon. l.g1v1n, D, Kllllllfl, XV, Lenncy, P. Kuutsovasxlis, M, Leach, F.
Lilwcrty, R, l,41rhrup,D. l.1nclwy,ll, Krlnllwmlzns, CQ, l..1urlc.
MRS. K ENYON'S HOMEROOM
First Row, left to right' A, MtCuc. S. Main. S. MutweeH, A. McNeil, J. McNeil, J. Malloy
Second Row: Mrs. Kenyon, R. Mursie, I.. Mtliennti, E. Marshall, A. Maden, G. Mark, W
Third Row: VI. M.1cDnng1ld, C Mtllwuin, KW. MLNnmara, 1. McTigue, W. Mahn, J. McCar
shy. V, Marcucci, L. McEwen.
MRS. jACZINSKI'S HOMEROOM
First Row, left to right' B. Mugmero. C. Morgm. -I. Miller. F. Morrill, H, Nash, M, Mor
rison, N. Medina.
Second Row' Mrs. Iaczinslqi, R. Mileski, B. Nelson, j. Morhtt. T. McTigue, F. Moretti, D.
Mitchell, E. Nc-al, S. Morgan.
Third Row. R. Nero, M. Misarski, M. Mostowy, G. Miller, T. Murray, F, Muscarella,
Front row left to right D May J Brown D Burns K Willoughby Cpresb J Impellitteri
Cvice presb M Hartman ftreasurerj D Noyes F Beebe
Second row N Gay S Dimmock L Siff A DeV1vo M Shabareck M Hartman A Cantos
Third row A Vine R Donovan 1 Sweeney R Petrini V Speziali S Simon R Andreoli G
Officers of the Student Council
are: j. lmpellitteri, Vice Presi-
dent, N. Fargo, Secretary, Mad.
Hartman, Treasurer, and K. Wil-
H N.- ,
Under the guidance of Mr Richard Snape and consonant
with the desire of Mr Holland to realize an efficient student govern
ment the student body and faculty have established a representative
council from among those students most capable of assuming lead
etship in the solution of school problems This council consists
of the Senior Class and junior Class officers along with the other class
officials underclass elected representatives and specially selected upper
classmen with a member representing the Senior Council.
At the beginning of the school year the Council convened every
week in the discussion of any problems which had confronted members
of New London High School but at the completion of the first semester
meetings were rescheduled to include every other week. Many students
have brought their suggestions to the doorstep of the Council for
improvements of school facilities and the legislative body has gladly com-
plied. Serious situations have been introduced which involve money
matters, one especially notable was that of the soda machines whose
proceeds reimburse the Student Activity Fund. Too many bottles were
being misplaced at the cost of the school. After pleadings by the faculty
for their return, the same crisis prevailed. At this point the Student
Council was asked to investigate the mat-
ter. The problem was incorporated into
the Council's agenda and was duly acted
upon. Warnings were issued by the senior
members and the loss declined consider-
As a result of New London High's
founding only two years ago the Class of
1952, its first graduating body, left with-
out establishing an alma mater, due to their
being pressed for time. Therefore, numerous
requests have been presented to the Coun-
cil for a method in choosing a permanent
alma mater. A special branch committee
has been formed to record songs which
are to be played at the student government
meetings. Of the several presented, only
three are to be selected, which, in turn, will
be played to the entire student body via
the public address system. After repeated
presentations ballots will be distributed and
elections will follow. In this manner the
melody will be chosen. Immediately fol-
lowing this balloting will be a lyric "con-
test" to see who can submit words best
suited to the melody. The results will be
placed in the hands of the Student Council
members, and in this fashion an alma
mater will be born.
Faculty advisers to the Student Council are: Mr,
Snape, Mrs. Canfield, Mr. Small, Mrs. Vargas, and
A marked change in appearance and a strong influence in
formulating student opinion have characterized the work f
The Compass in its second year of publication
Added cxpericnce gained by key members of the editorial
staff has brought about bctter coordination of the photorzraphy
and nevss dcpartments variations of format and improvement
in lournalistic style and writing
All work on thc papcr with the exception of actual print
ing and cngrawrng is handled by members of the staff Each
editor has his or hcr own department and all work is planned
carefully to achicve satisfactory results
A typical issue is startcd in this manner First assignments
are given to reporters Constant revision as to lenrzth and style
is made by the editorial staff Regular features are styled by the
editors Pictures and cartoons are prepared
When all necessary material has been organized it is sent
to the printer for preliminary proofs These are read and cor
rected with great care The corrected galley proofs are then
returned to the printer who makes all necessary changes rn the
type and a new corrected set of page proofs is received
Further proof reading is necessary to catch more minute
errors Then the matters of page layout headline and other
technical aspects enter the picture Finally the entire paper is
studied for any uncorrected errors before the printer takes over
After hours of sorting and counting by the circulation
department the paper is distributed to the student body
All this could not take place however vuthout the skillful
guidance of the faculty advisor john K Balentme who has had
years of yournalnstrc experience As head man when any
problem arises his suggestions and recommendations o all
phases within the yournalrstic field enable the staff to look with
pride upon the accomplishments of the past year
COMPASS ADVERTISING STAFF
First row left to right K Cuddy V Krupovage L Gae
tano T Doucette A Cooper P Martin V Barca Second
row D Beckwith H Southard Mr Balentme E Silvestri
I VanLoan J lmpellitteri
Compass-chief L. Aronson confers
with D. Callahan on official business
First row left to right: S. Burgess J, Brennan D. Callahan L. Aronson S. Simon S Ebby N
Cinquanta. Second row: C. Pangilinan M. Higgins L, Siff S. Brickman J. Sabia A Sieglaff U
Sheck M. O'Kane N. Lubchansky R. Washton Mr, Balentine. Third row: N. Eberle S London
C. Kanabis G. Mitchell N. Richards M, Shafner R. Worakomsky M. Sherb H. Dean G Kutcher
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The Rifle Club is attended by New Lon-
don's "Davy Cr0cketts" who wish to gain
a valuable insight on the proper use and
care of firearms.
First row, left to right: Mr. Gregory, J.
Archer, E. Marshall, W. Byars, J. Mus-
chinsky, R. Larson, J. Murphy, M. Bishop.
Second row: A. Taylor, C. Rose, J. Shea,
D. St. Germain, W. Firmin, R. Moore, R.
Smith, J. DeLaura. Top row: R. Siderwicz,
E, Daniels, R. Rose, B. Devine, L. Waite,
R. Chappell, R. Woodford, N. Higgins,
R. Koley, R. Gruning.
The Chess Club is the haven of the in-
tellectual few who have taken a liking to
this extraordinary pastime.
First row, left to rightt D. Rebolledo, L.
Siff, J. Sweeney, R. Washton, F. Squire.
Second row: Mr. S, Gordon, R. Senkow,
E. Compton, R. Dolan, J. Wadsworth, S.
Brickman, B. Bragaw. Top row: P. Ga-
boury, J. Adams, R. Smith, P. Settle, G.
Woodworth, R. Gorra.
PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB
Members of the Public Speaking Club
are tutored by Mr. Plotkin in elocution,
presentation, and quality building essential
to those who wish to become orators.
First row, left to right: Mr. Plotkin, H.
Shaw, L. Smalley, A, Rog, F. Squire, S.
London, Mr. Holmes. Second rowi R. Ep-
stein, N. Munger, W. Mahn, S. Park, L.
Constantine, B, Kerr, B. Bragaw. Third
row: R. Peck, R. Buell, A. Zarate, E.
Siff, R, Woodford, J. Rubin, N. Richards.
The Italian Club serves as a supplement
to its academic half, by offering cultural
and pertinent information dealing with
Italian customs and language.
First row, left to right: A. Vocalina, B.
Andrade, U, Schecl-c, I.. Giordani, B. Loi-
acono, S. Caldrello, J. Scotti, A. Alfieri.
Second row: Miss Pardi, W. Bevilacqua, R.
Pescatello, M. Palmisano, F. Lasala, N. Cin-
quanta, M. Alfieri, B. Venditto, A. Larsen
Top row: S. Mazzella, M. Ferrigno, A.
Lorello, J. Sabia, J. Grondzick, R, Gada,
J. Delaura, A. Casimono.
Another newly formed organization is
the English Club, which delves into the
realm of literature.
First row, left to right: A. Alheri, B.
Snitkin, J. Brown, R. Freeman, B. Bau-
mann, M. Day, E. Novitch. J. Wallay, R.
Petrizzi. Second rowz H, Wood, R. Stubelf
ink, H. Shaw, A. Guinn, R. Neto, N.
Settle, C. Tynan, F. Bucko, J. Linuamfelter,
R. Longo, Miss Moore. Top row: J, Wolf-
luram, S, Litwin, J, Gardiner, A. O'Connor,
A. McNeil, A. Devlin, J. Sullivan, E.
NWood, H. Days.
Distinguished speakers of Spanish heri-
tage, colorful films, gay dances, and a joyful
picnic offer to the Spanish Club members
a divetsilied social life,
First row, left to right: R. Meadnis, J.
DeGange, M. Sherb, A. Joyce, F. Lond-
regan, R. Tuneski, A. Ericson, M. Zieziu-
lewicz, B. Gariepy, Second row: Miss Mans-
held, S. Bigornia, M. Weinberg, J. Meyer,
N. Douglass, A. Manthous, J. Ronnick, M.
Sheflott, J. Camillucci, J. Kinney, P. Me-
dina, D, Rebolledo, P. Francis. Top row:
B. Schultz, C. Rose, L. Aronson, R. Peck,
G. Sneider, A. Cooper, D. Wolverton, D.
Callahan, J. Rubin, J. Freeland, L. Con-
stantine, H, Traystman.
The band entertains at half
time during the Hartford Bulke-
The school band is an active organization provid-
ing many varieties of entertainment. Under the
capable directorship of Mr. Benvenuti the band
makes many public appearances, The students of New
London High always anticipate seeing this group go
through its many formations at half-time during the
football season. As winter puts in its appearance,
the student body anxiously awaits the annual con-
cert, during which the band shows off its talents
with many different musical selections ranging from
"bop" to "long-hair".
Besides being seen at the football games and at
its concerts, the band is a highlight at the local
parades - bright in the colors of green and gold.
These public appearances mean long hours of prac-
tice. The members of the band under Mr. Benven-
uti's watchful eye, may be found each band period
ley game, diligently practicing for one form of appearance or
F 'K Although the New London High Band, now a
fr L composite of Bulkeley and Chapman Tech, is only
'fri in its second year, it may be considered one of the
2 f foremost groups of the kind in this area. Proof of
, its recognizability was a request made early in the
S first term for New London to appear, with other
Q schools from all over Connecticut, at the annual
3 Harvest Festival in New Haven. This group does
not perform for any laurels or honors, but merely
A. De La Cruz plays solo at
the band concert.
N. Fargo, Drum Majorette. First row, left to right: A. Morgan, R. Sabia, J. Perry, W, Silvia, L.
Ickes, G. Mitchell, R. janovic. Second row: J. Caufield, R. Deveau, F. Faulkner, A, Grasso, D.
Sweet, R. Meadnis, R. Donovan. Third row: j. Archer, A. Martin, W, Greene, H. Dimmock
J. Hawkes, B. Lavoie, D. Barry, H. Arnold. Fourth row: P, Vine, W. Church, R. Christensen, K.
Hoagland. Fifth row: M. Canestrari, E. Daniels, W. Cranfield, J. lmpellitteri.
for the enhancement of New London High's already
A high creative point this year has been the bands
experiments with a new type of march, "The Saints".
Making its debut at the Harvest Festival in New
Haven, and played at half-time during the last few
football games, this lively march literally introduced
a new style, characterized most noticeably by a jazz
idiom and an exacting demand upon the musicians
for technical versatility.
Although the band is very active as an organiza-
tion, providing much entertainment for the public,
it still manages to find time to entertain itself.
During spring vacation, for example, band members
go to New York where they visit many places of
musical interest. In addition to making this annual
trek, the band plans at least one all-day picnic.
One must not overlook, finally, the absolutely es-
sential work of Mr. Benvenuti's two able assistants,
Ruth Meadnis and Betty Phillips, who, acting as
band secretaries, file and distribute materials during
each band session to the members of the band, and
the work of Nancy Fargo, drum-majorette, who
takes over the marching leadership of the band
during parades and at football games.
In any case, whether it be at a football game, a
parade or a concert, the band will always remain
New London High's "pride and joy".
R. Perry, R. Sabia, A. Morgan
and V. Elci playing at the band
V. Payne leaves stage at end
of her piano solo during the band
First row, left to right: F. Squire, C. Harwood, B. Taylor, C. Raynes, E. Phillips, W. Byars, E.
Mitchell. Second row: S. Becker, W. Cavanaugh, J. Snow, E. Silvestri, R. Grills, T. Chapman,
L. Aronson. Third row: R. Dwyer, W. Conary, T. Pescarello, L. DeAngelus, H. Fortier, R. Silva,
R. Pasquilini, R, Sevieri. Fourth row: B. Cotnoir, D. Avumpato, R. Fuchs, J. Mullen, B. Dean, F.
Avaliar, P. Gaudet. Fifth row: J. Ruggeri, R Chappell.
The members of the Stage Crew are
the unsung heroes of our dramatic pro-
ductions. Their tireless efforts have con-
tributed invalualwly to the success enjoyed
by New London Highs stage presentations.
First row. left to right: P. Martin, H
Southard, M. Shurts. A. Roy, G. Kutcher,
J. Potts, R. Xwashton, D. Rebolledo, A.
Messina. Second row: Mr. Kayrultstis, V.
Krupovage, F. Arsenault, S. Serahn. M.
Nelson, N. Harrison, L. Siff, J. Krupovage,
E. Compton, N. Lubchanslty, B Cabral,
K. Cuddy, D. Evans. Top row: J. Giri,
H. Golumbic, J. Laurie, L. Carpenter, J.
Maranda, B. Settle, L. Gladu, A. Wagner,
D. llerman, R. Booth, j. Archer, E Stark-
weather, S. Bergman.
Here are gathered the philosophers of
New London High who study the writings
and teachings of Plato, Aristotle, and
Front row, left to right: Mr. Harris, A.
Shasha, R. Buell, F. Londregan, M. Sherb.
Second rowt A. Manthous, M. Rutberg, M.
Shafner, L. Smalley, B. Wiercicnch.
l'nder proper :guidance and direction,
the memlvers of the intermediate hand
xxill become the future musicians of our
First row, left to riuhtz D. Avampato,
L. DeAn,uelis. -I. Parker. L. Clarkin. A.
Cialdrello. R. Grout Second rou R Dow-
sett. I Garrett. VI. Snow. S. Lapresto, -l.
McN1chol, T. Lake. Third row: R. Klines
telter, G. Laurie. F. Dimmock, Pl. Casey.
F. Blixen. H. Vincent, R. Ames Fourth
rom. L. Coffey, R. Campo, S. Downey.
P. Larahee, Mr Benvenuti.
SENIOR BATON CLUB
The Senior Baton group is one of the
most popular organizations in the school
They perform at football games special
assemblies and they are in i.,reat demand
for local parades
First row left to right J Kinney N
Fargo J Camrllucce M Shaberek A
Ericson Malorette F Edgecomb M Shef
lott M Beit L Cavanaugh Second row
R Gordon M Keenan M Eldridge P
Burvetr L Borges D Noyes B Schultz
JUNIOR BATON CLUB
The Junior Baton Club is made up of
future malorettes who practice the rudn
ITICFIYS and CXCICISCS UCCCSSZTY IO become
members of the senior group
First row left to right S Tunnucci J
Cavanaug.,h B. Scully A. Lricson-Leader
C. Santere P. Egan S. Hess. Second Row:
A. Madden B. Mansfield M. Beany B.
DeGeatano K. Sullivan B. Adleman H.
Richards Mr. McLoug.,hlin. Third row: C.
Celantano C. Leach J. Wightman N. Cor-
key W. Reeve N. Crouch D. Gaudenzi
The members of the Make-up group
work hand in hand with the stage crew.
Expert make-up makes for realistic settings,
First row, left to righti R. Meadnis, D.
Bettels, K. Cuddy, V. Krupovage, J. Ban-
ning, A. Rog, F. Squire. Second row: Mr.
Kayrulcstis, D, Evans, -I. Miller, B. Thorp,
M. Dell, A. Guilles, N. Cruise. Top row:
N. Bidwell, E. Compton, A. Cekala, N.
Harrison, S. Cadrella, S. Sullivan, R. Mad-
The String Orchestra is a new addition to New
London High's activities and attempts to teach
students the methods of string presentation.
Seated, left to right: D. Scott, E. McCarthy, D.
Mitchell, J. McCarthy, P. Green, P. Destler, M.
Misarski, A. Hegman. Standing, left to right: R.
Shea, M. Mahoney, E. Schultz, Mr. McCarthy.
First row, left to right: F. Carpenter, G. Altlerson, ll. Avery, H.
Olsen, J. Dietrich, B. DeMarco. Second row: N. Chappell, S. Hess,
A. Guin, M. Ferrante, C. Glover, j. Miller, B. Cochran, N. Burgess,
M. Rabon. Third row: li. Falk, B. Falk, B. Marshall, B. Bauman, P.
Patti, G. Hilton, A. Darling, W. Pierson, M. Ferrigno, G. Swinyer,
Mr. McCarthy. Top row: M. Redington, D. Lavoie, li. Morrill, F.
Liberty, j. Weinraub, F. Sistare, C. Petcharlt, A. McNeil, S. Dim-
mock E Bartsch S Sullivan
Mr. McCarthy leading the Boys' Choir at the
When a student passes the music room during
almost any period of the day, the voices of boys
and girls practicing for one of their many appear-
ances greet his ears. The Glee Club practices many
long hours to maintain its noteworthy reputation.
The Glee Club is a very familiar sight at the
concerts and related school productions. For example,
the concert this year gave these groups the oppor-
tunity to give the public an idea of their vocal
ability. Each group had its own particular songs,
but in several selections combined their vocal tal-
ents. For each performance several students are
singled out to perform solo parts, showing in that
way their own particular accomplishments.
This year Ralph Clarkin, a member of the grad-
uating class, sang the solo part with the Girls' Glee
Club marking a striking contrast with the girls'
voices with his deep bass voice. This showed to the
audience Mr. McCarthy's different forms of musical
presentation. Another soloist in the winter concert
was Carmella Spadaro, a junior.
First row, left to right: B. Williams, E. Fielding, N. Cinquanta
Munger, V. Payne, R. W'illiamson, C. Harwood, M. Ma
row: C. Spadaro, E. McCarthy, S. Caldrello, R. Gada, A.
Olbrys, J. St. Germaine, J. Sabia, A. Palmieri. Third row:
land, R. Woodworth, F. Waite, 1. Murphy, T. Benson, R.
Gladu, G. Manos, A. Cooper.
Mt. McCarthy leading the Girls' Senior Choir
at the band concert.
The Glee Club has been subdivided into three
choral groups, all under the direction of Mr. John
McCarthy, The largest group is the Choir, which is
made up of selected boys and girls usually from
the upper classes. Among its numerous scheduled
presentations, this choir is to sing at the graduation
this year. The two smaller groups are the Girls'
Glee Club, consisting of girls other than freshmen,
and the Freshman Choir, open to freshmen on a
selective basis. Their public appearances include
the concert and the State Festival. The Glee Club's
repertoire of songs ranges from popular to classical:
the group is versatile as well as competent.
If you have a reasonably good singing voice, your
chances of being selected to the choral group are
promising: but, on the other hand, if your voice
resembles a rusty hinge, some good advice would be
to follow other courses.
The Glee Club is a very active organization, the
students are proud of it and await its performances
with high anticipation and appreciation.
First tow, left to right: T. Rebolledo, A. Percy, B. Neal, C. Holt, E.
Bright, j. Salley. N. Keenan, Mr. McCarthy. Second row: R. Smith
L. Carpenter, B. Pennell, B. Rose, A. Casimono, U. Scheck, J
Brown. MacLaren, V. Martin. Third row: P. Bongo. E. Mitchell
C, Munger, A. Zarate, R. Christensen, M. Cohen, W. Crampheld
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ads, which help make the publishing of the Clipper
financially possible. Easy as it may sound, the job of
making the rounds in search for clients and tabulating
the results is often an onerous task and more than
once has presented serious problems. However, the
group's untiring efforts have produced outstanding re-
A problem facing the Advertising Staff similar to
that of the editors' is the question of layout, position-
ing, and design. Painstaking care has been taken to
comply with the clients' demands as to the context of
The two widely different factions of the Clipper Staff
have found it enjoyable to work with each other to
bring you a brand new yearbook. Only through the
cooperation of the entire staff have we found a smooth
outlet for the assemblage of the Clipper.
It is the earnest hope of the staff that the student body
is fully pleased with the annual we have engendered.
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L XTIN CLUB
Largest club in the school is the Latin Club
which this year sponsored an active program
featuring guest speakers and group socials
First row left to right M Mountzoures L
Pina E Novitch M Beaney N Corl-:ey S
Simon L Siff B Adelman J Avery M
Montzoures T Qumn Second row Mr Bal
entine S Hess M Grillo R Tuneski D
Knauff G Schneider P Vme R Segal 1
Sweeney R Shapiro A Darling T Danaher
J lmpellitteri F Adams P Smilgin Third
row A Madden R Lathrop T Groark M
Rutberg J Weinraub R Warakomsky T
McT1gue H Shaw S London
First row left to right C Holt R Washton
M Shurtz C Celantano S Serafin M Red
xngton J Marshall A DeLaura A Guinn
Second row B Rose D Hoehn J Grabner
E Morril F Nicholson B Giger N Shaf
ner B. Burgess B. Bragaw N. Crouch J.
Brown. Third row: M. McCue A. Sieglaif L.
Weaver N. Whelan J. Davison J. St. Ger-
main J. Murphy B. Butler A. Menghi N.
Lubchansky G. Muffet.
The Proiection Club is one of the most
important clubs in the school, It provides our
teachers with necessary supplementary audio-
visual aids and is a vital link in our educa-
First row, left to right: P. Bongo, B. Settle,
L. Tortora, F. Hill, Mitchell, A. Cooper.
Second row: Mr. Scarpa, D. Starkweather, H.
Golumbic, R. Rose, J. Lennox, M. Blonder-
man, Mr. Nitsche. Third row: A. Wagner, H.
Vargas, R. Shea, R. King, R. Lenney, J.
Freeland, Y. Eisenstein.
The Dance Committee is comprised of those
students whose main ohiective is to provide
interesting and attractive decorations for the
Pictured are, first row, left to right: N. Mun-
ger, Shirley, D. Mitchell, Buddington,
B. Kerr, J. Warcl, J. Kenyon. Second row:
M. lildridge, J. Connell, B. Mansfield, D.
lloehn, D. Gaudenzi, J. Reetier, B. Marsie,
Y. Deschamps, j. Grillo. Top row: B. De-
gearrto, C. Fredella, V. Payne, B. Bellian, B.
Tiffany, L. Siff, N. Corkey, M. Wood, M.
Redington, B. Thorp.
First row, left to right: C. Zuliani, B. Holmes,
B. Wade, A. Messina, C. Breithaupt, R. Mor-
etti, S. Bigornia, C. Avery, G. Patton. Second
row: Mr. McLoughlin, B. Moshier, L. Bern-
stein, L. Young, J. Brown, D. Meek, H. Rich-
ards, P. Egan, R. Washton. Third row: J.
Archer, H. Colonis, R, Shea, P. White, S.
Levine, R. Lenney, B. Sevieri, M. Cavasino, L,
Through the Forum Club the renowned
orators of NLHS are given a hne opportunity
to burst forth with their own opinions and
viewpoints upon issues of current interest.
Highlights of the cluh include interschool
delutes, which offer training and experience
in group thinking and citizenship.
Pictured are. first row, left to right: M. Papa-
john, M. O'Kune, N. Richards, R. Buell, A.
Sieglafi, L. Smalley. Second row: Miss Sulli-
van, P. Gahoury, ll. Colonis, R. Segal, M.
Shafner, B. Pysz, WX. Reudel, j. Sweeney, Mr.
NIAWMRER 9 CLUB
First row left to right D Callahan
DcGam.e R Donovan Second row
Sweeney I Menehi R Shea Mr Conway
Tabulatint the evenings scores are J. DeGant,e and j. Menghi.
THE VARblTY LLUB
Through the efforts of Mr john T Conway the
Varsity Club of New london High School had its
bcginning two years ago and since that time it has
enlarged immensely Many of our sports inclined
students find their way to the threshold of this or
ganization whose reputable name is known through
out the school Under the general superxision and
aid of Mr Conway and the able leadership of its
officers Donald Burns Kenneth Willtmtighby Robert
Murphy and Raymond Burke the club vu is originally
formed for the purpose of dclxing into loc il athletic
problems and questions concerning our ithletic pro
grim in thc school Also thc club lcncls its serviccs
to school actixitics and programs that may for some
rc ison or another run short of help Perhaps this
list function of the orginizition is the greatest reason
thit it is so wtll known by all members of the
student body Regular mcctings are not scheduled
but rather the Varsity Club convenes only when
the officers or the faculty idvisor sees fit At these
meetings each member of the club his the chance
to further his knowledge of the sports of his liking
Occasionally hlms are shown and through these
ind seweril other mediums the quilitics of sports
minship ind school spirit arc cnlargcd md furthered
First row, left to right: Mr. Conway, J
Callahan. P. Lentine, R. Tuneski, K. Wil
loughby, D. Burns, R. Murphy, R. Burke
ll, Traystman. F. Deventlittis. H. Beran
Setond row: rl. Stiitlnitk. VI. Ricatta, A
Lawrentc-. VI. Giordano, gl. Gross, li. Brown
li. Dutlos, W. Aldcrson, AI- DCCiLlIlj.lC, A
Manwurinlu. Third rowi N. Richards, M
Shafner. M. Rutberg, gl, Wiatr, F. Lond
Kegan, DI. O'Connor, lmpellitteri, R
D'Amico, ll. Colonis, R. Buell. Sweeney
F st row, left to right: R, Christensen, J.
lmpcllitteri, A. De La Cruz, W. Byars, j.
ullen, l.. Aronson, B. Dean, F. Avillar.
Second row: K. Hoagland, W, Church, P.
Vine, G. Hawkes, R. Barry, H. Arnold, R.
Perry, W. Silvia, L. Derkngelis, R. Sabia,
V lflci, A. Morgan.
So you want good dancing music . . . may we
present the New London High Swing Band.
The lights are dimmed and then the strains of
the theme song float across the room. This is the
familiar setting for every school dance.
The Swing Band is composed of a selective group
from the large band and consists of nineteen mem-
bers, fourteen of whom play at one time during
the dance with the other five alternating. In previous
years all the music played by this group was ar-
ranged by its director, Mr. Benvenuti, who has now
stepped off to the sidelines, letting the members take
over the majority of the musical arranging for them-
selves. These arrangements are not all from the recent
products of the musical world, but also include the
ever popular ballads.
Our Swing Band has become a "must" at all of
the school functions. It plays for the students' danc-
ing pleasure at all the dances and for their listening
pleasure on special occasions such as the Variety
Show. This band has acquired quite a name for itself,
for which it can justly take a bow.
As all school functions must have a business man-
ager so must this too have one. The business manager
of the Swing Band is Mr. E. T. McLoughlin and
acting as a student manager is joseph Ruggeri, a
member of the marching band.
New London High is extremely fortunate in having
a dance band to whose lilting strains the student
body can drift for an evening of pleasant dancing,
be it a waltz, fox trot, or a jitterbug. There is no
doubt that all the students think that this group
can measure up to any dance band in this area.
L. DeAngelis and his magic accordion
entertain during intermission.
Swingsters, W. Byars, J. lmpellitteri, and P. Vine are counseled
by maestro Benvenuti.
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W. Senkow persuades P, Hewitt not to
call the police in a scene from "Ram-
E. Siff, VU, Senkow, and R. Koley of the army argue
with I.. Caron, Mayor of Adano, as villagers Du-
plice, and R. Segal look on.
S. Simon, F. Hilton, and R, Evelyn enacting one of
the outstanding scenes from "A Bell for Adamo."
First row, left to right: B. Edwards, R, Waring, B. Marsie, N. Fedus A
Archibald. Second row: Mr. Robins, N. Lubchansky, J. Duplice, G, Maranda
D. Herman, R. Enos, A. Sieglafl.
The play,s a thing wherein all hands combine
The New London High School Dramatic Club, under
the capable direction of Mr. Frank D. Robins, has proved
itself one of the most productive organizations in the school.
Working closely with an allied activity, Troupe ll69
of the National Thespian Society, the group annually pro-
duces six plays. These range from one-act productions for
drama festival contests to the conventional three-act presenta-
Although the public sees only the finished product, there
are many branches which are as vital to a play, such as:
the actors themselves, the make-up crew, under the guidance
of Mr. Albin K. Kayrukstis, which actually creates the phys-
ical character of the actor, the stage crew and the electrical
specialists who provide the background and setting for all
presentations, program and publicity experts whose efforts
aid in making each and every play a success, and lastly, but
most important of all, the director's long and varied exper-
ience which provides the actors and actresses with excellent
means to gain full knowledge of stage convention.
Mr. Robins, a member of the New England Theater Con-
ference, has been directing at New London for approximately
four years. Among his presentations are, "My Sister Eileen,"
a comedy-farce, "A Bell for Adanof' a Broadway show adapted
for the New London High Dramatic Club by Mr. Robins,
A bewildered look appears on R Buells face as he
is confronted by L Siff and C Harwood
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First row, left to right: A. Rog, M. Papajohn, R, Washton, D. Evans, D. Har
wood, G, Luzzi, T. Rebolledo, I.. Alderson, R, Meadnis. Second row: Mr
Robins, S. Blanchard, L. Sifif, R. Sulman, J, Albano, W. Senkow, J. Archer,
W. Barts, R. Evelyn, R. Vivirito, S. Burgess. Third row: D. Buell, T. Groark
K. Leach, L. Gladu, F, Hilton, E. Siff, R. Koley, S. Simon, R. Segal.
and a recent production of a mystery-farce, "Ramshackle Inn."
In the first play given this year, "A Bell for Adano," S.
Simon, S. Blanchard, T. Groark, and R. Segal portrayed the
main roles, The parts were not particularly easy ones for high
school dramatists. Characterization was quite difficult, since
the setting requires speech in broken English. The theme
of the play deals with the reorganization of Adano, a small
Sicilian town recently liberated by the United States Army.
A competent major, portrayed by S. Simon, works conscien-
tiously to clean up the city by democratic methods. He ac-
complishes his goal, but, in the process he unfortunately loses
The second production, "Ramshackle Inn," stars C. Har-
wood, R. Koley, B. Marsie, I., Siff, G. Hilton, and M. O'Kane.
This play has no real theme, but, is rather a mixture of
murder, mystery and comedy. The purpose of this per-
formance is to delight the audience rather than present a
theme of a more serious vein.
In connection with the National Thespian Society, the
outstanding actors and actresses receive points on the basis
of time spent, effort, and result. Though few dramatists re-
ceive enough credit to become honor Thespians, B. Marsie, A.
Archibald, S, Jennings, N. Fedus, and R. Waring have achieved
The stage is not the only medium of entertainment
available to this industrious group. Special holiday programs
have been presented to the entire student body over the
public address system. Mr, Robins, in conjunction with Mr.
Richard Benvenuti, musical director, are preparing a radio
adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's short story, "Masque of the
The activity schedule for the club included a trip to
New York, picnics, and attendance at dramatic productions
throughout the state,
Although the Dramatic Club may not be one of the
largest money makers. it provides pleasant relief for its stu-
dent participants from the habitual Schoolday routine.
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L. Gladu and his girlfriend, C. Harwood, express
a note of dissatisfaction to L. Siff, FBI agent, in
M. O'Kane's shouts prove to be in B. Marsie welcomes
vain as G. Hilton and J, Weinraub back her son, G. Hil-
continue fighting in "Ramshackle ton, from jail.
First row, left to right: A, Messina, j. Banning, A, Archibald, P. Tunnucci, R
Larson, N. Fedus, C. Devlin. Second row: A. Sheehan, M. Papajohn, R. Irwin
D. Rebman, L. Green, M. Shurts, B. Novitch, M. Washton, Mr. Greenawayi
Third row: H. Weiss, M. Wargo, G. Hawkes, R, Wrinn, S. Park, R. Hawkes,
B. Moore, C. Wood, J. Shea.
One of the most progressive organizations
at NLHS is the French Club, under the
direction of Mr. Greenaway. The year's
schedule includes dances, social gatherings,
and lectures by guest speakers, many of
whom have either lived in France or have
traveled extensively through the country.
The speakers give the club members accu-
rate accounts of the French language, its
people, and its culture as a supplement to
their class work.
Probably one of the most anticipated
events in the entire school is the annual
sojourn to Montreal, Canada, which is spon-
sored by the French Club. This year the
club decided ro invite those students who
are not members of the organization and
who expressed a desire to make the journey.
A fee of slightly over sixty dollars per
person is indeed well spent, when one con-
siders what you get for your money now-
adays. The scenic trip to Montreal, tours
to points of interest, such as museums, art
galleries, historic battlefields, and churches
are included. On the lighter side are hockey
games, visits to ski slopes, toboggan rides,
mountain climbing, and last but not least,
good French food prepared by famous
French chefs. All in all, this annual trip to a
French country makes the French Club one
of the most popular and active clubs in our
A. Chapman, J. Kenyon, J. Davison, E. Boska, R. Hawkes
and J. Shea receive their birth certificates from K. Green'
away en route to Montreal.
First row, left to right: E, Higgins, R. Epstein,
j. Kenyon, Y. Green, A. Liggett, F. Mitchell,
K. Cuddy, B. Phillips, I.. Young. Second tow:
B. Burke, C. Glover, N. Cruise, N. Lubchan-
sky, A. Menghi, M. Nelson, N, Crouch, S
Serarin, C. Swigman, Y. Poirier. Third row:
M. Meyers, N. Whelan, N. Harrison, F. Hew-
itt, C. Brown, G. Kaplan, F. Boska. A, Sieglaff,
M. Nitsche, E. Compton.
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First row, left to right: J. McClave, J. Malone, E. Glynn, C. Devlin, J. Romano, 1. Harran,
J. Buonocore. Second row: D. Burns, J. Shine, W. Crampheld, J. Giordano, D. Pinch,
S0 ilinagrag P. Bontgo, kl-l. Traystman, P. Lentine. Third row: J, DeGange, manager, G.
o wort , J. Sha are h, M. Rutberg, j. Muschinsky, j. O'Connor, W. Devine, E. Silva,
A. DeWolf, C. Thesis, F. Londregan, manager.
'I The 1952 New London High baseball team enjoyed
a most successful season compiling a 10-2 record. Led by
a host of returning veterans the team combined good hit-
ting and a tight defense which bolstered an average
The Whalers' only two reversals were administered
by a strong Norwich Free Academy nine. In both contests
the Whalers took early leads but faulty pitching in crucial
moments proved costly for the Green and Gold.
Ably coached by jack Conway, the Whalers featured
a formidable defense which "pulled out" of many tight
spots. Eddie Glynn, Phil Lentine, and Jack Malone sparked
the inner defense while "ball-hawk" Connie Devlin and
diminutive joey Romano patrolled the outfield in strong
New London High scored an easy 13-5 win over
Norwich Tech in the '52 opener behind the hitting of
Connie Devlin and Harry Traystman. "Dev" connected
- for two circuit clouts driving in 5 runs while Traystman
had a perfect day at the plate with 4 for 4. Taking advan-
tage of the wildness of Woodrow Wilson's hurler, joe
106 Jay, in the early innings, the Whalers downed the Middle-
JACK CONWAY town nine 8-7. Holding an 8-0 lead at the end of 4
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innings, the Whalers went hitless the remainder of the
contest and only a brilliant fielding play by shortstop
Eddie Glynn saved the Green and Gold from defeat.
Wynn Crampfield pitched the Whalers to their third
straight triumph, a 5-2 win over Billard Academy. A four
run Hrst inning proved to be more than enough for
Wynnie who fanned 9 Admirals. The Whalers swept the
series with Norwich Tech in a 17-1 decision behind the
two-hit pitching of three Whaler moundsmen, Terry Bren-
nan, Jim O'Connor, and john Muschinsky. Whaler bats-
men connected for 16 hits including a home run by Connie
The Whalers extended their win streak by once again
outpoinring Billard Academy 5-3, behind the three-hit
hurling of Bob Sinagra. A five run eighth inning high-
lighted by Eddie Glynn's triple overcame a two run deficit
and extended the Whaler win streak to five. Bob Sinagra
spun a no-hitter as New London High defeated Stonington
10-3 in a duel called at the end of Eve innings because
of rain. Devlin, Traystman and Malone with two hits and
Phil Lentine's round tripper led the Whaler attack.
Norwich Free Academy handed Coach C0nway's
combine its first defeat 8-5 behind the brilliant relief
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pitching of jerry Murphy. Feature of the game was three
circuit clouts by Norwich batsmen in the fourth inning.
NLHS soundly trounced Fitch 20-0 for its seventh victory
in eight games. "Tate" Harran pitched six and one-third
innings of hitless, runless ball in sparking the Whalers to
the win ust about everyone on the team enjoyed a
good day at the plate with joey Romanos four hits and
Eddie Glynn and Phil Lentme with three hits each leading
the attack on four Fitch hurlers
Nookie Brennan pitched and batted NLHS to its
eighth victory of the season an 8 1 win over Stonington
Brennan pitched seven innings of one run four hit ball
and got two hits in two trips to the plate joey Romano
and jack Malone with three hits each led the NLHS nine
to an 8 3 win over Fitch Tate Harran and Wynn Cramp
field shared the pitching duties for the Green and Gold
NLHS chalked up its 10th victory in eleven games as
it trimmed Windham High 14 7 Donnie Burns with a
triple and two singles led the Whaler attack NLHS
dropped its season s finale to a strong Norwich Free Acad
emy nine 8 5 The Whalers were led by Joey Romano
who drove out 3 hits
Coach jack Conways combine ended its season with
a successful 10 2 record
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Arnie Manwaring's Fine running and wellrdrilled
defense combined for the Whaler win in the seasonal
opener over a strong New Britain eleven, 13-6. The
Whalers hit paydirt twice in the first quarter with
Manwaring and Joe Giordano doing the scoring.
With Ronnie D'Amico, Sam Savona and Billy
O'Donnell, the defensive standouts, the Golden Hur-
ricane was held to one touchdown scored late in
the final period on a pass play which covered
The Whalers continued along the unbeaten path
with a convincing 26-12 decision over Notre Dame
of West Haven. Held to a 6-6 halftime deadlock,
the Green and Gold gridders broke the game wide
open with two third period scores which were
sparked by the running of Ray Burke and Ernie
Brown. Defensively Phil Lentine, jimmy Epps and
Joe Giordano goes over for the first score against New
Football Coach Tom Flanagan with assistant coaches
Harlan Sturgis and "Dates" Mugavero.
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sive, while Bob Blodgett and Ron D'Amico starred
Breaking up a scoreless duel with a pair of touch-
downs in the final quarter, the Whalers defeated
Hartford Bulkeley 13-0. Ernie Brown, double duty
performer, starred for NLHS as he set up both touch-
downs with his brilliant running and his interception
of a Bulkeley pass. New London's defensive line led
by Phil Lentine, Sam Savona, and jimmy Sullivan,
left little to be desired.
Our rivals from across the river, Fitch, invaded
Morgan Park conhdent of victory, but went home
on the short end of a 39-20 score. New London
High's attack was in high gear as Arnie Manwaring,
Ray Burke, and Ernie Brown gained yardage almost
at will, and Bobby Murphy's passes consistently hit
Bruce Beran forces Dubois to sideline in Windham game.
D'Amico exerts the extra effort to make a tackle vs. Weaver
their targets, Bob Blodgett and Bob Tuneski. Al-
though the Whaler attack was devastating, joe Dal-
laire, Fitch halfback, was the star player on the
field as he scored all three Tanager touchdowns and
was a workhorse throughout the afternoon.
NLHS dropped its season finale to an older, more
experienced Billard eleven, 14-7. The Whalers scored
first on a 50-yard pass play from Murphy to Tuneski.
However, the heavier Admirals pushed across touch-
downs in the third and fourth quarters, which proved
decisive. The Whalers were unable to penetrate
through Billard's forward wall so Bobby Murphy's
accurate pitching stood out offensively, while Phil
Lentine, Ronnie D'Amico, Sam Savona and John
Stadnick, playing their last grid game for the "Green
and Gold" were the defensive stars.
Co-captain Manwaring scores against New Britain.
B. Harmon and C. Petchark receive
last minute instructions from Coach Silva.
Front row, left to right: B, Harman, J
Pina, C. Petchark, G. Woodworth, J. Scott
L. Rutter, H. Kombouzis, K. Stefanski
Second row: Mr. Silva, S. Downey, D
joseph, M. Greenaway, J. Danao, B. Cleary
J. Lake, J, MacDonald. Top row: A
Sweet, mgr.g R. I-Iayes, R. Pasqualini, B
Eberle, C. Jameson, J. McTigue, A. Darl
ing, 1. jackson, D. Callahan.
over-confident, the Whalers whipped the Connecticut State Champs,
69-53, in a great team victory. This win was a personal triumph for
Ken Willoughby. The NLHS forward was assigned the task of cover-
ing Wilby's All-State center, Dick Clary. Indeed, lanky Ken performed
his duty to the Not only was Clary limited to 11 points, after
netting 29 in the quarter-finals, but Willoughby came up with 18 and
did an excellent job of rebounding.
In the title classic the Green and Gold displayed tremendous
potential and teamwork which had carried them to Boston. In the
worst defeat suffered by any finalist in New England play, the Whalers
smothered De La Salle of Newport, R. I., 71-42. Immediately after
hopping off to a 16-6 lead, the New London five appeared champion-
ship bound. The game Rhode Islanders closed the gap to 16-12 before
Coach O'Brien regrouped his forces as the first quarter ended. After
that, the Whaler zone defense and speedy offense snowed under the
opposition. Donnie Burns, with 19 points, turned in one of the
greatest games of his career as he stole the ball, dribbled through the
befuddled De La Salle combine time and time again, and generally
awed the crowd with his outstanding play.
Although Burns, Ken XX'illoughby, and jim O'Connor were
named to the all-tournament team, the Whaler drive towards the New
England crown was characterized by great team play.
The crowd goes wild as Burns does The nearest thing to flying, j. Epps drops one through.
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New London 76M Windham 27M
New London 49M Hartford 54M
New London 49 Fitch 55
New London 60 Norwich 44
New London 49 Hartford 55
New London 54
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The Green and Gold of New London High came
from behind to beat Stonington High School 55-44 in
their first contest of the season. Trailing, going into
the last two events, NLHS scored 15 points to go in front
of their opponents. Leroy Peret won the broad jump with
a leap of 18 feet, 3 and V4 inches. Other standouts for
New London were Charles VanAtta and Norman Richards.
In their initial tri-angular meet of the year, New
London gained a tie with Hartford Bulkeley as they each
First row, left to right: J. Watt, N. Richards, F. Brower, E. Shultz, R. Waller, S. Ebby, A.
Lawrence, P. Discordia. Second row: W. Blake, J. McNeal, J. Gigalone, J. Impellitteri, B. Beran,
J. Maxwell, J. Nenna, R. Degaetano, Third row: Coach Greenaway, J. Epps, W. Cooper, J. Lake,
R. Shea, S. Levine.
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N Rlchards followed by R Buell set the pace C Van Atta wms Stonmgeton 100 yard dash
scored 54 polnts to Wlndhams 22 The Whalers captured
thenr share of first place wtns dunng the contest as Larry
Morth Fred Davns and Gene MarcAurele won the javelxn
hugh lump and dnscus respectnvely m a1d1ng New London s
causes On the dual meet stde of the day NLHS beat
Wtndham 76M to 27M whtle they lost to Hartford
545 to 49W
Fltch took the measure of the New London Whalers
by a declsnve margtn of 55 49 The contest was held on
Fttchs home course and a strong wmd contmually hamp
ered the lumplng events Standouts for Fitch were Eld
redge Schoomacher and Metzger wlth 15 6 and 10 pomts
ID that order
New London Hlgh came ln second nn a trtangular
meet wlth Hartford Public and Norwlch Free Academy
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L. Morth aims for a javelin heave.
In winning, Hartford took seven out of twelve first
places. Winners for the Green and Gold were VanAtta,
Richards and Morth. In the dual scoring, New London
turned back Norwich while losing to Hartford 55-49.
The team needs replacements for VanAtta, Roland,
MarcAurele, Discordia, Davis, and Peret, who were the
principal point-getters for the Whalers and who were
graduated last june.
Most of the meets this season will be run at Morgan
Park where a new track has been set up.
Watt, Richards, and Callahan, middle-distance, and
Impellitteri, hefty weight-lifter, will form the nucleus of
the 1953 track season.
N, Richards breaks the tape and an-
L. Peret braces himself after a high
State harrier competitors led by "Ace" Richards.
The NLHS Cross Country team completed its second undefeated season in two
years. This year's team won both the Connecticut State and Mid-State Championships
and was rated second best in New England,
First victims of the NLHS harriers were Windham, defeated I8-37. In succession
came NFA, beaten 22-33, Westerly, overcome l7f7v8, and NFA again, l7-38.
Our harriers defeated nine teams in the Mid-State and twenty-one teams in the
State Meets to bring back for the second year in succession the first State trophies!
Co-captains Norm Richards and jim Watt finished one-two in both meets. Watt was
second in the New Englands, which were run in Providence, Rhode Island. Richards
broke the Norwich and Coast Guard course records formerly held by john Kelley. The
team has suffered no losses in two years since the opening of NLHS.
Co-captains Richards and Watt and also john Callahan and Harry Colonis will
graduate this year. Prospects for next year appear good. The jayvees ran second to Nor-
wich in the Mid-State Meet and captured three out of four dual encounters.
CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD
Front row, left to right: N. Richards, J. Watt, R. Eberle, A. Fletcher, D. joseph, T.
Fraser. Second row: Coach Cvreenaway, R. Blake, R, Akins, E, Schultz, A. Zarate, C, Co-captains N, Richards and j. Watt dis
Petchark, J. jackson. Third row: R. Shea, F. Avillar, M, Greenaway, jr., W. Senkow, play trophy awarded to NLHS for captur
tl. Giri, W. Burdick, A. Caldrello, R. McNickle. ing state laurels.
J Callahan leads the pack in lumbering up exercises
NW. Senkow and young lvl, Greenaway
pate each other on a trial run.
J. Callahan trudges into the last lap.
Bounding into the homestretch are 1. Ri-
catta and R. Buell.
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New London's 1952 Golf Team, coached by William O'Brien,
made a fair showing this past season by posting an over all record
of two wins as against three losses.
The Whalers found the range against Norwich Free Academy with
a win at the N.L.C.C. and Norwich's home course. Fitch took measure
of the New Londoners twice while N.F.A. racked up one victory
against the swinging four of NLHS.
Next year's team will have four out of five reserves back in
action. They include Matt Shafner, Bob Peck, and co-captains Mike
Altman and James Cleary, all expected to do a stand out job.
Pictured are, left to right: J. Cleary, T. Edwards, Coach W. O'Brien, M. Altman,
M. Shafner, and R. Peck.
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Sara Burgess, NLHS art student. Other contest winners
Were: J. Brennan, D. Schnurr, and G. Pangilinan,
Caught by our camera lens at the Halloween Dance are: T. McTigue, A. Guinn,
I. Moffatt, N. Corkey, M. McTigue, R. Caron.
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Political Science I 2 Harpoon Rep I
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French Club 21 Pres J 3 4 ITreasJ
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vertising 3 Whaler Staff I Bulkeley
Minstrel I All New England Band
GURDON C AVERY Bus
MARY J BAILEY Mickey
Forum Club 3 Science Club 2 Glee
C u I 2 Latin Club 3 YTeens 3
JAMES R. BAKER - "Bake"
WILLIAM L. BALDINI-IIWee4WeeII
Baseball I 2' Basketball I' Varsity I
Spanish Club 2 3 4' Art Club I 2'
Science Club I.
JOAN E. BANNING - 'IJoanieI
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Y-Teens 4' Tennis Club 3.
ROBERT R. BARNES - IISteamerII
Athletic Club I' Basketball 2 3' Foot-
LESLIE . BARNETT 1 II eSII
B nc I 2 3' Rifle Club 3 4' Chess
BRUCE . BERAN - IIB-RanI
Football 3, 45 Basketball I, 2 5, 5
Track 3 45 Band I 25 French Club
3 tTreas,J5 Varsity Club 3, 45 Student
Council 3, 45 Class Secretary 25 Hi-Y
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IRENE L. BERAN -- 'IRenieII
French Club 2. 3 lSec.J 45 Stage
Makeeup 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 3, 45
Tennis Club 3.
JACQUES BERNSTEIN Shorty
Soph Class Treasurer Football Team
Manager Letter Club Jr Class Dance
STELLA C BIGORNIA te
Make up Crew I 2 3 Dance Com
mittee 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Band 1 2
KENT BITTERS Tarz
GERARDJ BOURGAULT Gerry
French Club I 2 3 4 Photograph
I 2 3 ProJection Club I Rifle Club 4
JAMES P BRENNAN Jim
Spanish Club 2 Variety Show
French Club 4 CPresJ Compass Staff
3 4 Clrpper Staff 4
CAROLJ BROWN Butch
Dance Committee 2 3 4 Biology
Club 2 Girls Basketball I 2
IIRNEST E BROWN
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sity Club 3 4 Spanrsh Club 3 4
3 Photo Al Foruml 2 3 4 Vce
Presl Spanish Club 3 Latrn Club 2
3 Chess Club 3 4 Drama Club 2
3 4 Symposium 4 Varsity Club I
2 3 4 lntramurals I 2 Public Speak
ing 4 Minstrel Show I
SARA B BURGESS
Latin Club 4 Dramatic Club 3 4
IStudent Council and Sec Treas of
Sophomore Class at Lincoln High
BARBARA R BURKE Barb
French Club 2 4 Tennis Club 3 Glee
RAYMOND H BURKE Ray
Basketball 1 tCapt.J 2 3 4 Football
2 3 4' Varsity Club 2 3 iTreas.J 4'
Student Council I 2 3 4' Vice-Pres.
of Soph. Class' Sec. of Junior Class'
Treas. of Senior Class' Spanish Club'
DONALD E. BURNS - "Don
Bseball I 3 4' Basketball 1 2 3
4 tCapt.J' Football 2' Spanish Club
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Athletic Club 1' Vice-Pres. of Junior
and Senior Class.
PATRICIA E. BURROWS - at
Baton Club 2' Make-up Crew' Y-Teens
2 3 4' Spanish Club .
WILLIAM P. BYARS - I i
Ban I 2 3 4' Swing Band 4' Rifle
Club 3 4 tTreas.J' Rille Team .
ROBERT F. BYRNE - 'I
Athletic Club' French Club.
DONALD F. CALLAHAN - II aI
Compass 3 4 tNews Editorl: Spanish
Club 3 lPublicity Chairmanj 4' Track
3, 45 Intramurals 2.
JOHN J. CALLAHAN - II.-ack.,
French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Span-
ish Club 35 Cross Country I 4Co-
Capt.J, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 45 Var-
sity Athletic Club I, 2, 3, 45 Fresh.
Athletic Club I.
JOHN J CALLAHAN Jac
Spanish Club 2 3 4 Varsity Club 3
4 Fresh Athletic Club I Football 2
3 4 Track 3 4 Fresh Basketball
Hi Y Club 4
JOYCE A CAMILLUCCI Joyce
YTeensl tSecJ 2 3 fSecJ 4 Baton
Clu 2 3 4 Latin Clubl 2 CSecJ
Spanish Club 3 4 Science Club 2
Stage Malte up 1 2 3 4
French Club 1
LEWIS P CARON w
Football 1 French Club l 2 3 Dra
matics 3 4 Intramurals 1 2
ANNA L CASIMONO Ann
Italian Club I
LORNA A CAVANAUGH
Baton Club I 2 3 4 Dance C m
mittee I 2 3 4 French Club 3
MICHAEL P CAVASINO Mike
Italian Club I 3 Basketball I
ARLENE J CEKALA
French Club 1 2 Dance Committee 1
2 3 4 Stage Make up 4 Spanish Club
3 4 YTeens 4 Glee Club 4
LEWIS J CHIPPONE Lou
WAYNE B CHURCH
0 l 2 3 4 Swing B nd 3
French Club 2 3
LAWRENCE J CLARKIN Larry
French Club 2 CTreas J Latin Club 2
AA Homeroom Rep 2 Glee Club
I 2 3 All State and New England
Chorus Beginners Band 4 Managers
Cu 3 Cross Country I 2 3 4
Track 1 3.
RALPH J. CLARKIN
ee Club I 2 3' ChoIr ' Class
JAMES M. CLEARY - im
French Club I Z' Varsity Baseball I'
Fresh. Basketball I' Class Treasurer 2'
Golf 2 3 4' Spanish Club 3 4.
DONALD COHEN - IIDon
Fresh. Basketball 1' Athletic Club A-I'
Latin Club' Spanish Club' Forum Club.
HARRY W. COLONIS -
Varsity 2 3 4' Chess Club 4' Cross
untry I 2 3 4' Track 2 3 .
JEAN D. CONNELL
French Club 2 3' Dance Committee
EMILIO A, CORSALETTI - 'Babe
Pres. of Fresh. Class' Fresh. Basketball'
B n I, 2.
WINSLOW E. CRAMPFIELD
Baseball I, 2, 3' Football I' Band I
2, 3, 45 Varsity Club I 2 3, 4' C it
I' Harmony I.
ELAINE E. CROCETTI - IILaineII
Dance Committee I, 25 Spanish Club
15 Stage Make-up 2, 3, 45 Science Club
2 fSec.J5 Projection Club 1 CTreas.J5
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
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Football I 2
ANN L CURTISS
Clipper Advertising Stal?
RONALD N DAMICO Ron
Latin Club 2 Spanish Club 3 At
le c Club 1 Varsity Club 2 3 4
Photography Club l Dramatic Club
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Thespians 3 Hi Y 3 4
EVERETT D DANIELS Dex
Band I 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 Chorus
4 Stage Crew I 2 Dramatic Club
Political Science Club 1 2 Latin Club
2 Forum Club 4
ARTHUR R DAVIS Bo
HiY 3 4 QTreasJ Band 2 3 Rifle
LAURA V DESCHAMPS
YTeens I 2 3 4 fPresJ French
Club I 2 3 4 Forum Club 3 Clipper
Staff44 Tennis Club 3 Library Assist
FRANCIS C DEVENDITTIS- Dev
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Officer
Treas 1 3 Student Council I 2 3
Varsity Club 3 4 Commercial Club
CONRAD V DEVLIN IR Connie
Varsity Club I 2 3 4 Class Officer
Vice Pres I Basketballl 2 3 4 B se
b I 2 3 4 Baseball Capt 3 4
DAVID J DeWOLFE Dave
Rifle Club 1.
HAROLD F. DIMMOCK - "Henry
n 1 2 .
DREW R. DRINKARD
FRANK E. DUPEE '
n I 2 .
PAUL C. EATON - 'Skip"
Basketball' Intramurals I 2' Spanish
Club 3' Rifle Club 4.
NANNETTE K. EBERLE - "Blonclie'
Tennis Club I' Bowling Club 2' Com-
pass 4' Spanish Club 4' Dance Com-
mittee 4' Glee Club 2 3 4' Swim
Tam l 2,
FANNY A. EDGECOMB - " an"
Baton Club I 2 3 4' French Club 2.
MARGARET G. ELDRIDGE
- eens I, 2, 3 4' Baton Club l, ,
3, 4, Spanish Club 33 Dance Committee
CAROL J. ELSWICK - "Peggy"
Y-Teens l, 2 CSec.J, 3, 4g Latin Club
I lVice-Pres.jg French Club I, 23
Dance Committee l, 2g Dramatic Club
I, 2, Biology Club lg Science Club Ig
Baton Club 1, 2.
ALICE M ERICSON
Baton Club I 2 3 4 Cleaderb Span
Club 3 4 1SecJ YTeens I
Latin Club I 2 CPresJ
NANCY J FARGO Nance
Baton Club I 2 3 4 Band Mayorette
3 4 YTeens I 2 3 4 Dance Com
m tee I 2 Latin Club 1 2 tge
Make up 2 3 Library Assistant 2
Soph Class Sec Treas 2 Clipper Staff
lLrterary Edj 4 Student Council
CSec7 4 Variety Show 2 3 4 Laurel
Girls State Representative 3
NANCY K FEDUS Fed Honey
Latin Club I French Club 2 3 4
Dramatic Club 2 3 4 CSecJ Thespian
Society 3 4 YTeens 1
MARY E FLETCHER
EDMOND C CANNON Moon
Spanish Club 2 3 Cross Country I 2
Track I 2
Ban I 2 3 4 YTeens1 CPresJ 2
fTreas J 3 4 QTreas J Stage Make up
2 3 French Club 2
OLIMPIA GENTILE Ltmpy
Dance Committee 1 2 3
PETER E GILMORE Pete
Ban I 2 3 4 Footballl 2 Fr nc
ROBERT S GOLART
Basketball 3 Baseball I 2 Spanish
MAURICE B GOLDBERG Murry
Ban 2 3 4
ROSE M GORDON Rosa Rosie
Baton Club 2 3 4
JOHN E. GROSS - "Jack"
Spanish Club 3' Football I 3 4' Com-
pass Homeroom Representative 3.
PAUL T. GUIMONT
Photo "B' Club' Intramurals 1 2.
RICHARD J. HANCOCK Jr--' Dick'
Latin Club 2' Spanish Club 3' Intra-
mural Sports I 2' Whaler Rep. I 2'
A. A. Rep, 2.
ROBERT E. HANDFIELD - "Bo
NELLIE L. HARRIS
Baton Club I 2 3.
NANCY F, HARRISON
Y-Teens I' Band I 2 3' French Club
2 3 4' Stage Crew 3 4' Tennis Club
3 4' Stage Make-up 4' Montrealers 4.
RAYMOND B. HAWKES - "Ray"
French Club I 2, 35 Dramatic Ig Sci-
e e 1, 2.
ROLAND E. HAYES - " "
Intramurals 1, 2.
EUGENE R. HENDRICKSON "Gene"
BEI IY HOLMES - "Peanut"
Y-Teens Ig Dance Committee 4.
VIOLA M HUBBERT
Dance Committee Make up French
Club Glee Club
SHIRLEY E HUME Shirl
Stage Make up Italian Club 1
WILLIAM HUNT Buster
ELINOR P JAGOLINZER Ellie
SHIRLEY A JENNINGS- Smokey
Band I 2 3 Projection Crew 2 Dance
Committee 3 4 State Contest Play 3
Forum Club 4 Public Speaking 4
Dramatic Club 4
GLORIA V JOHNSON Go
YTeens I 2 3 4 Baton Club 1 2
Spanish Club I Glee Club I Make up
ANTHONY A JOYCE JR Bu
Basketball 3 4 Spanish Club CTreasJ
CONSTANTINE G KANABIS-
Fr Athletic Club I Spanish Club 1
3 fSecJ Political Science Club 1 2
Compass Staff 3 4 1Sports Edb Clip
per Advertising Staff 3 Latin Club
Symposium 4 Forum Club 4 Hi Y 4
Clipper Staff 4 qSports Editorj
JOHN R KELLY Ke
Basketball I 2 3 4 Intramurals 1
Student Council 2 Latin Club 2
Spanish Club 3 4 CProgram Chair
JUDITH A KINNEY Judy
B on Club 2 3 4' Stage Make-u
' Y-T ens 2 3 flnter-
Councilb 4 fVice-Pres.J' Spanish
Clu 3 4.
Rifle Club 1.
EUGENE S, KUZIA - "Gene
A 2 3 4.
RICHARD C. LAKE - Dick
Basketball I 2 3' Spanish Club '
Latin Club 2' Senior Council 4.
CLIFFORD J. LAMOURINE JR,-
Baseball I' Senior Homeroom Repre-
sentative for Compass.
ROBERT H. LARSON - '
Rifle Club 2, 3 4 lVice-Pres.J, Draa
matic Club 2 3g Science Club 2, French
Club 2, 3, 45 Program Chairman 4,
Rifle Team 3, 4.
FRANK J. LASALA - "Salas"
Athletic Club I, 2, Intramurals l, 2g
Italian Club 4.
ROBERT H. LAVOIE - "Lavoie"
Forum Club 4, Political Science 1, 2
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murals I 2 Harpoon I 2 Business
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PHILIP J LENTINE i
Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 4
Baseball 1 2 3 4 CCo Captj Varsity
u I 2 3
SIDNEY H LEVINE 1
Football I Track I 2 3 4 Rifle Club
3 Dance Committee I 2 4
ROBERT H LEWIS w
Spanish Club 2 3 Photo B I Mn
strel l Art Club
ANTHONY LIPARULO I
Band I 2 3 Italian Club 3 4 Latin
Clu I 2
French Club 3
GEORGE M LITWIN
Stage Crew l Rifle Club 1 2 3
MARGARETJ LLOYD Peggy
Stage Make up 2 3 Dance Committee
2 Italian Club 3
JOHN H LOK John
Photo A Club I 2 Spanish Clu
FRANK T LONDREGAN
Fresh Athletics I Fresh Basketball I
Masque 8: Gavel 2 Latin Club 2 Mon
trealers 2 Valley Forge 2 Chairman
of Annual Spanish Club Dance 3
Spanish Club 3 4 qPres J Forum Club
3 4 Baseball Manager 3 Varsity Club
4' Managers Club 3' Symposium '
ANNA B. MAIORANA
Italian Club I 2 3' Make-up I' Dra-
matics I 2' Y-Teens 3 4' Dance Com-
mittee 1 2.
ANDREW R. MANNING
ARISTEDES K. MANTHOUS- it
Spanish Club 2 3' Symposium 4'
Photo B 2 CVice-Pres.J' Chess Club
4' Cross Country 2' Intramurals.
RICHARD D. MARLOWE - 'Ace
Athletic Club I.
EDWARD MARSHALL -
Rifle Club 2 3 4' Stage Crew I' Pro-
jection Crew I' Track 2' Football 2.
BEVERLY A. MARSIE - " ev"
Dramatic Club I 2, 3, 4 CPresJ5 Thes-
pian Soc. 2, 4 fPres.J5 Latin Club Ig
Science Club 25 Forum Club 3, 45
Dance Committee I, 25 Y-Teens 25
Variety Show 25 D. A. R. Citizenship
IRA S. MAY - "Leb"
Track Team 2, 45 Rifle Club 4.
RUTH P MEADNIS Gigi
YTeens I Clnter Club Council Rep
resentative at YTeen Summer Confer
en e 2 fVlCC Pres 3 Clnterclu
Councilb 4 Band 2 3 4 fSecJ Latin
Club I Spanish Club 2 CVtce Presj
3 4 Stage Make up 2 3 4 Dramatic
Clubl 2 3 4 Science Club 2 Clip
per Advertising Staff 3 Clipper Staff
MARY T MEYERS
French Club 3 4 Glee Club 4 Tennis
Club 3 Clipper Advertising Staff 4
RAYMOND J MILES Ray
Fr Athletics I Spanish Club 2 Intra
mural Sports I 2 Athletic Rep I
EDWARDJ MITCHELL Ace
Rifle Club I 2 Glee Club 2 3
PETER E MITCHELL Terry
n I 2 G ubl
Rep 4 Business Club 3 fVlCC Presb
Proyectron Crew 3 4 CPresJ Clippe
Advertising Staff 3 Clipper Business
Mgr 4 N E Music Festival I 2 N E
Choral Festival 2 3 Montrealers 2
Minstrel Show 1 Variety Show 3
LAWRENCE R MONTALI Larry
Spanish Club 3
AVERY L MORGAN Morg
Bandl 2 3 4 Swing Band 2 3 4
JOSEPH E MULLEN oe
Football I 2 4 Basketball I Track
I 2 Bandl 2 3 4 Swing Band 3 4
Harmony I 2
CHARLES F MUNGER 3rd
French Club I 2 3' Glee Club 3 4'
Track 2' Cross Country 2.
MARION H. MURPHY- Murph
French Club I.
ROBERT A. MURPHY - Murph
Football I 2 3 4' Basketball 2 3'
Varsity Club 2 3 CSec.J 4' Hi-Y 3 4.
BARBARA A. MUSCARELLA-
Dance Committee I 2' Cheerleading
I 2' Senior Council 4,
FRANK J. MUSCARELLA-
'Musty -- 'El Diaril
Ba eball 2 3 4' Rifle Club 2 3 4
BERNICE D. NEAL
ROBERT NICKERSON - "Nick"
Basketball 1, 25 Lettermen Club5 Hi-Y
JAMES M. O'CONNOR -- "Jim"
Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45
Fr. Athletic Club Ig Spanish Club.
RICHARD E. OLIVER - "Dick"
Latin Club5 Spanish Club5 Athletic
Clubg Student Councilg Basketball I5
GERTRUDE L PA'I'I'ON Gert
Latin Club l Dance Committee 1
VALARIE J PAYNE Tootstebelle
Choir 4 Glee Club 4 Dance Commit
ICC 4 Clipper Advertising Clipper Pub
licnty Stair 4 YTeens 4
ROBERT D PECK Bob
Fresh Athletic B Forum Club 1 2
U N Forum l Spanish Club I
Clipper Advertising 3 Clipper Staff 4
iSports Editorj Harpoon Collector 2
Compass Collector 3 Golf 2 3 4
Public Speaking 4
GLORIA C PENNELLA Go
YTeens I 2 3 QPresJ 4 Italian Club
2 3 Stage Make up 3 Business Club
3 Science Club 2
ANITA J PERCY Speed
Dramatic Club I Variety Show
JOSEPH R PERRY Joie
Ban 3 4
RAPHAEL V PETRINI Ralph
Science Club 2 Italian Club I 2 So
phomore Class Vice President Student
Council 3 4
ELIZABETH L PHILLIPS Betty
Band 1 2 3 4 CSecJ Dance Com
mttteel 2 YTeens I 2 3 4 fSecJ
French Club 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4
RICHARD J PHILOPENA F IP
Football I 2 Basketball I 2 3 4
Fr Athletic Club I Varsity Club 1
Varsity Club 2 3 4
LOUIS M PICA
Athletic Club 1
WILLIAM T. PICKETT - Pic
HUGH S, PORTER
BERNARD F. PSYZ - Bernie
Dramatics 1' Projection Crew 1 2'
Science Club 2' Chess Club 3' Forum
Club 4' Band I 2 3 4' Swing Band
2' Public Speaking 4.
KENT T. RAMBUSH
French Club I 2.
CAROLYN R. RAYNES
Y- eens I CTreasJ 2 fPres.J 3
4Treas.J 4' Band 1 2 3 4' Business
Club 3' Latin Club I' Tech News 1.
FLORENCE M. RICHARDS - ' 0
Latin Club I5 Make-up I, 25 French
Club 2 35 Beginners Band I5 Arr 2 35
Arts 8: Crafts 4.
CHAPPELL M. ROSE - "Chap"
Spanish Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Rifle
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Boston Candy Kitchen 190 State St Tel 3 9286
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309 STATE STREET
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128 Huntmgton Street
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302 STATE STREET NEW LONDON CONN
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208-218 BANK STREET
118 OCEAN AVENUE Phone 4301
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Leading makes small boats
MARINE EQUIPMENT 8K SUPPLIES
Tel 7023 Long Hull Road Groton Conn
SHO FIX COMPANY
TURNERS BICYCLE SHOP
524 BANK STREET
Tel 2 2297
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30 BOSTON POST ROAD 60 BANK STREET
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154 State Street New London Connectlcut
Phone 2 8547
M A R Y L E E S H O P MCGINLEY BROTHERS INC
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234 STATE ST 231 STATE STREET
New London Con New L ndon Conn
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243 STATE ST New London Conn
Tel 2 3542
COSTELLOS FRAME SHOP
Tel 2 6355 11 UNION ST
New London Conn
Summer Sesslon July 6 to August 14
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NEW LONDON BUSINESS
231 STATE STREET
319 BANK STREET
New London Conn
PETERSON S RESTAURANT
Confechoners and Caterers
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247 STATE STREET
New London Conn
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108110 BANK STREET
Tel 8313 New London, Conn
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New London, Conn
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771 BANK STREET
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309 STATE STREET
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201 THAMES ST
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282 BANK STREET
New London Conn
Sporting Goods Hardware
26 BANK STREET
Phone 2 2508 or 2 3397
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Plwonograph Records Radio Service
413 BANK ST New London Conn
THE CROCKER HOUSE
New Londons FRIENDLY Hotel
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204 BANK STREET
New London Conn
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UNIVERSAL FOOD STORE
MONTAUK AVE New London Conn
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356-364 BANK STREET Since 7913
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MICHAEL S DAIRY
Qualaty Dairy Products
629 MONTAUK AVE
EMPIRE CLEANERS 81 DYERS
OF NEW LONDON
36 TRUMAN STREET
Tel 2 3437
H MARCUS CO
46 N BANK STREET
New Lo don Conn
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THE PINK CRICKET
235 STATE STREET
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302 STATE STREET
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7 MONTAUK AVE
New London Conn
258 BANK STREET
New Lo don Co n
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33 BROAD STREET
New London Conn
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AND BAKERY COMPANY
445 OCEAN AVE 43 JAY STREET
New London Conn Phone 9-'04
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New London Conn
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317 DEWART BLDG
New London Conn
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With Conveniently located Stores at
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New London, Connecticut
Cor. Main 8. Masonic Streets
821 Bank Street, New London
213 Thames Street, Groton
JOHN P JANOVIC
Real Estate Insurance
325 STATE STREET
New London Conn
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229 JEFFERSON AVENUE
New London Conn
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Delicious Pastry Rolls and Cakes
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AUDITION WITHOUT OBLIGATION
242 CONNECTICUT AVE
Tel 2 7737 New London Conn
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332 BANK STREET
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74 STATE STREET
Flowers For All Occasions
204 STATE STREET
Phones 5800 81 5960
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Any Order Can Be Made Up To Take Home
78 TRUMAN ST New London Conn
Open Dolly From 'II AM to 'II PM
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224 PEQUOT AVE
New London Conn
WILLIAM POUDRIER JEWELERS
Keepsake Daamonds Homllfon Wafch Agency
Silverware Clocks Jewelry
BANK ST Tel 5598 NEW LONDON CONN
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103 MMN STREET 825 MONTAUK AVE
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425 BROAD STREET
NEW LONDON CONN
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230 STATE STREET
New London Conn
Umfed Mofors Service Aufolrfe Service
Range and Fuel Ofl Tires Bafferres
Phone 2 0691 New London Conn
RUBY GLASS COMPANY
632 BANK STREET
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Floral Designs for All Occasions 155 MONTAUK AVE Tel 2 4444
TEL '74 New London Conn
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THE CORSET SHOP
20 MERIDIAN ST
New London Conn B 8. M SERVICE STATION
Cusfom fiffed by Ida G HofTman 283 BROAD STREET
New London Conn
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939 BANK STREET
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New London Conn
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TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES
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NEW LONDON CONN.
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