Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1940

Page 1 of 210

 

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1940 Edition, Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 210 of the 1940 volume:

For Reference Not to be taken from this room D -- 1. iV:C35 ' J.]c NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES DUPL 3 9358 01423824 7 V ' 0(oL Oi[ IWit. The pernor Qlass Presents . . . THE 1940 VOLUME XIX CAULDRON Annual of . . . ISlgrtheastern University Boston, Massachusetts i A I I. II It O H O A II II EJilor THOMAS 1-. MCMAHOX Business Manager . . DAVID KLSHXKR Managing Editor . . JAMES G. CASSAXOS Managing Editor . . CALVIX S. CROXAX Photographic Editor . GARXET L. GIBSOX, JR. Photographic Editor . DOXALD W. VAXTUYL Informal Pictures Editor . ROXALD C. DA IS Faculty Adviser . PROF. l-AERETT C. M.XRSTOX Trot. . Iar t,,n J ro)?i the -very start the Board decided that this xea7 ' ' s Cauldrfm would he the best one ever published. This decision we hasten to admit was probably not origi?ial with us. Other Boards which have preceded us no doubt entertained similar ideas a?id have efijoyed varying degrees of success .... ' We hoped to preserve the best material from past Cauldrons; a?id yet we wanted Volume XIX to be dijferent ' ei?ig different, of course, is ?iot e7iou h 4 e have tried 7tot to upset any of the accepted Cauldron tradi- tio7i, but rather, to give this Cauldron added life through a new interpretatio?i a?id presentation, ' We like now to think that we have been at least moderately successful. Just how near we have come to attaini?ig this e?id is now up to you. Gibson VanTiiyl A r K X O V I. K U U K M K .X T S .: yetirhook is the product of knoicliuJ t ' , I ' xpericnci ' , patience, taste, argument and prayer. JJ ' e . the Board , have aniply taken care of the arguments and prayers. JJ ' itlioul the other essential elements a yearbook would he a sorry thini indeed. I ' or supplying these other requisites and for immeasurably li{ htenin our task, we owe a major debt to Prof. Everett C. Marston, who has (liven so gen- erously of his time in the preparation of this book. His years spent as Faculty Adviser to the Cauldron have t iven him a thoroiit h knowledge of its problems and a facility for deaHnq with them. For his expert advice and personal interest in the desii n and lay- out of this volume we are deeply t rateful to Mr. Russell C. Knit ht of the Stohbs Press. We are indebted also to the Messrs. JJ ' aid of Jiaid Studios for their splendid cooperation and photoi raphical advice. JF e sincerely appreciate the assistance { iven us by the Cauldron Junior Staff, the Student .Activities Department . the Press Bureau, and the many other offices and imlividiials in the V niversity who have contributed to the puhlis iiiu of Foliime A A ' . T edicated to . . . DR. F R A X K PALMER S P K A R E Frank Pulnier Speare. the first President of Northeastern Uni- versity, icill retire from that office and from active duty on J line O, IQfO. after forty-tico years of service. Because of lis vision, lis leadership, his courage, and his enthu- siasm, there has groicn up a university, dedicated to the purpose of providing exceptional educational opportunities for ambitious young Over this lone period of years, thousands of alumni have gone forth from the University, adequately prepared for positions of responsibility. Many of them are now leaders in widely varying fields of public and private enterprise. Great is their indebtedness and that of the community to the founder and head of the institution. It is with sincere appreciation that the members of the Class of l().fO dedicate this volume of the Cauldron to Dr. Frank Palmer Speare. ©;•. Cjfrank T almer ( peart T R IT !S» T E E S P R E S 1 D E X T D E A N s F A i: IJ L T Y BOARD OF TRUSTEES Robert Gray Dodfje, Chairman Frank Lincoln Richardson, Vice-Chairman Galen Da id Light, Secretary and Treasurer Charles Francis Adams Vilman Edward Adams Arthur At x ' ood Ballantine George Louis Barnes Farwell Gregg Bemis Walter Channing AVilliam Coinerse Chick Paul Foster Clark William James Davidson Frederic Harold Fay Edward J. Frost Franklin AVile Ganse Harvey Dow Gibson Henry Ingraham Harriman Maynard Hutchinson Chandler Hovey Arthur Stoddard Johnson John Russell l L-icomber lr ing Edwin A ' loultrop Augustin Hamilton Parker, Jr. Frederick Sanford Pratt Stuart Craig Rand James Lorin Richards Charles Milton Rogerson Leverett Saltonstall Frank Palmer Speare Francis Robert Carnegie Steele Charles Stetson P2arl Place Stevenson Robert Treat Paine Storer Frank Horace Stuart Edward Vatson Supple P K O F . H E IC V B I S E L I. A L V O It U 1SS5 - nw 0?i April 20, IQ3Q. Northeastern University suffered the loss of one of its older faculty mevibers. Professor Henry Bissell Alvord . for nineteen years a member of the Civil Engineering Department and for eighteen years its head, passed away after an illness of only a few iveeks. Professor Alvord was graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in IQO ' , and remained there as an assistant in the De- partment of Civil Engineering for three years. Following this term of service, he became instructor and then Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at Bowdoin College. In June, IQI j, he accepted a position with the Aberthaw Construction Company , which he left in igiQ to join the faculty of Wentworth Institute. He was ap- pointed Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at A ortheastern University in JQ20. A year later he vas made Professor of Civil Engineering and Chairman of the Department. T rofessor A vord -was knoiicfi to us all as a fine and kindly J entlenian. His passing is a loss to students and faculty alike. FRANK PALMER SPEARE. m.h.. ll.d. President ut the University CARL STEPHENS ELL, a.b., m.s., ed.m.. sc.d. Vice-President of the University and Uean of the Collefje of Engineering 16 EVERETT AVERY CHURCHILL, a.b., ed.d. Vice-President of the University GALEN DAVID LIGHT, a.b. Secretary-Treasurer of the University 17 HAROLD WESLEY MELVIN, a.b., m.a. WILLIAM CROMBIE WHITE, s.b., ed.m. Executive Secretary of the Day Division and Assistant Dean of Engineering Dean of Students 18 ASA SMALLIDGE KNOWLES, a.b., m.a. Dean of the College of Business Administration WILFRED STANLEY LAKE, a.b., m.a., ph.d. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts 19 John B. Pugsley A.B. Director of School Administration and Professor of Geology Milton J. Schlagenhauf A.B., B.D., M.A. Director of Admissions J. Kenneth Stevenson B.C.S. Purchasing Agent 20 CO-OPERATIVE VORK Winthrop E. Nightingale A.B., S.B., Ed.M. Director of Co-operative Work George W. Towle S.B. Associate Professor of Co-ordination Albert E. Everett S.B., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Co-ordination John C. Morgan S.B. Assistant Professor of Co-ordination Rudolf O. Oberg S.B., Ed.M. Assistant Professor of Co-ordination Verner O. Nelson Instructor of Co-ordination Ellis M. Purinton B.B.A. Instructor of Co-ordination 21 S T IJ D E X T ACTIVITIES AXD PHYSICAL EDUCATION Edward S. Parsons S.B., Ed.M. Director of Student Acivities Gerald R. Tatton S.B., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Henry A. Kontoff M.D. College Physician Donald H. MacKenzie S.B., Ed.M. Assistant to the Director of Student Activities Instructor in Chemistry I - flr " . ' ) JL. 0Slt Am m gfSk r wf 1 James W. Dunn A.B. Instructor in Physical Education Head Coach of Football and Basketball Herbert W. Gallagher S.B. Head Coach of Hockey and Baseball Harold W. Kopp S.B. Instructor in Physical Education Robert E. Laveaga B.P.Ed., Ed.M. Instructor in Physical Education William C. Hullgren Instructor in Physical Eilucation 22 CIVIL ENGINEERING Emil A. Gramstorff S.B., S.B. Professor of Civil Engineering and Chairman of the Department Charles O. Baird, Jr. S.B. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering John J. Devine SB., Sc.M. Instructor in Civil Engineering MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Joseph W. Zeller S.B., M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of the Department Alfred J. Ferretti S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Frederick A. Stearns S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Wayland S. Bailey S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Albert E. Whittaker S.B., Ed.M. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Chester H. Wolowicz S.B. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 23 ELECTRICAL EXGIXEERIXG Roland G. Porter B.E.E., M.S. Professor of Electrical Engineering and Chairman of the Departmem William L. Smith S.B., Eng.D. Professor of Electrical Engineering Henry E. Richards S.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Laurence F. Cleveland S.B., M.S. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering George E. Pihl S.B., M.S. Instructor in Electrical Engineering Martin W. Essigmaun S.B. Instructor in Electrical Engineering 24 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Asa S. Knowles A.B., M.A. Professor of Industrial Engineering and Chairman of the Department William T. Alexander S.B,, M.A. Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering Robert D. Thomson S.B. Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering Henry M. Cruickshank S.B., M.B.A. Instructor in Industrial Engineering iikH Crn E M I C A L ENGINEERING Chester P. Baker S.B., M.A. Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chairman of the Department Peer J. Cody S.B. Instructor in Chemical Engineering 25 CHE IISTRY Arthur A, Vernon S.B., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of the Department Samuel A. S. Strahan S.B. Professor of Chemistry Waldemar S. McGuire S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Saverio Zuffanti S.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Bertram M. Brown S.B., M S. Instructor in Chemistry William F. Luder A.B., Ph.D. Instructor in Chemistry 26 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Asa S. Knowles A.B., M.A. Dean of the College of Business Administration Robert Bruce B.C.S., M.C S. Professor of Accounting Alfred D ' Alessandro B.C.S., LL.B., C.P.A., M.B.A. Professor of Accounting Julian E. Jackson A.B., LL.B., MB.A. Professor of Business Management George R. Fennell S.B., M.B.A. Assistant Director of Admissions Assistant Professor of Marketing Sidney R. Bloomfield S.B. Instructor in Business Administration John W. Tuthill S.B., M.B.A. sistant Professor of Banking and Finance ' 1 I 27 ENGLISH Harold W. Melvin A.B., M.A. Professor of English and Chairman of the Department Frederick W. Holmes A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of English Everett C. Marston A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of English William T. Cloney. Jr. A.B. Directpr of the Publicity Bureau Instructor in English C ,: % M R. Lawrence Capon S.B., M.A. Instructor in English Randall W. Hoffman S.B. Instructor in English Robert S. Hunting S.B., M.A. Instructor in English Franklin Norvish S.B., M.A. Instructor in English Paul E. Reynolds A.B., Ph.D. Instructor in English 28 MATHEMATICS Joseph Spear A.B., M.A. Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the Department Elmer E. Haskins S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Wilfred J. Combellack A.B., M.A. Instructor in Mathematics Warren C. Dean A.B. Instructor in Mathematics .-.-••e IP si Recinald G. Lacount S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics Charles A. Sewell S.B., M.S. Instructor in Mathematics Thomas H. Wallace S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics and Physics Edward M. Cook A.B. Instructor in Mathematics 29 DRAWING Eliot F. Tozer S.B, Professor of Drawing and Chairman of the Department George H. Meserve, Jr. S.B. Assistant Professor of Drawing Otis F. Cushman S.B., M.S. Instructor in Drawing Gustav Rook SB. Instructor in Drawing Albert E. Sanderson, Jr. B.C.E. Instructor in Drawing BIOLOGY Stanley D. Miroyiannis S.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Department Alfred J. Thomson S.B. Instructor in Biology 30 PHYSICS Carl F. Muckenhoupt A.B., S.B., Ph.D. Professor of Physics and Chairman of the Department Joseph A S.B., . Coolidge M.A. Professor of Physics Carl D. A.B., Johnson M.A. Assistant Professor of Physics George S. B., B. Welsh Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics Byard C. Belyea A.B. Instructor in Physics Laurence S.B., B. Heilprin M.A. Instructor in Physics Paul A. Hilli A.B. Instructor in Physics ECONOMICS Wilfred S. Lake A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Department Roger S. Hamilton A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Economics 31 SOCIAL SCIENCES Stanley G. Estes A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology and Chairman of the Department Charles W. Havice A.B., M.A., S.T.B., Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Chairman of the Department Executive Secretary, Northeastern Student Union Norris W. Potter, Jr. A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of History and Government and Acting Head of the Department Thomas M. Harris A.B., M.A., Ed.M. Instructor in Education Thomas B. Larson A.B., M.A. Instructor in History and Government Rudolph M. Morris SB., Ed.M. Instructor in Education Frank E. Duddy A.B., S.T.B., Ed.M., Ph.D. Lecturer in Sociology 32 MODERX LANGUAGES Charles F. Barnason A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages and Chairman of the Department Louis Cooperstein A.B., M.A. Instructor in Modern Languages Calvin W. Tenney A.B. Instructor in Modern Languages kM GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Robert W. Cole S.B., M.S. Graduate Assistant in Mechanical Engineering Adam M. Cook S.B. Graduate Assistant in Physics Laurent O. Dubois S.B. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Mario Giella S.B. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Joseph Golemme Harold T. Regan S.B. S.B. Graduate Assistant in Office of the Graduate Assistant in Economics Dean, College of Business Administration Robert H. Hansen S.B. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Lyman A. Keith SB. Francis E. Vinal Graduate Assistant in Business A.B., M.A. Administration Graduate Assistant in Chemistr Maxwell Rosnov S.B. Research Associate in the College of Business Administration 33 SENIOR JUNIOR MIDDLER SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN [ [ RICHARD CONRAD WINKENBACH 1916 — 1936 GUSTAV MARTIN LINDFORS 1913 — 1938 IN MEMORIAM CLASS HISTORY Few Among Us will ever forget our first day at Northeastern. We walked around with attempted expressions of worldliness, but the straw in our hair and our fresh- man caps betrayed us. Upperclassmen for- ever delighted in reminding us of our lowly status with, " Hello, Froshie! " We bore the stigma for the year, but had our re- venge when the class of ' 41 arrived and we heckled them as we had been heckled before them. We raked the Student Activities Depart- ment over the coals the day it issued our first activities cards. Passport photos were gems of artistry in comparison. But whenever we felt wronged at the way in which we were portrayed, we merely stole a glance at a fellow student ' s card and laughed ourselves sick. As sophomores we learned what the co-op system was all about. There were as many different jobs as there were stu- dents. Assembly, inspection, foundry work, testing, maintenance, selling, ac- counting, drafting — each one had his own startling experiences to tell. Some of us could never stomach theme writing — and work reports raised havoc with our di- gestion. We started building activity records. The gridiron, the diamond, the board- track and the rest saw us do and die. We were first-string quarter and we carried the bass drum. The literarily-inclined joined the News and dreamed of by-lines, or sim- ply wrote reform letters to the editor. Professional societies, musical organiza- tions, and clubs demanded our talents, and we were there in varying degrees with the supply. How well we performed is now on the records to acclaim or us. .36 Then every year, along toward the end of April, when the croci began pushing their way out of the turf, we grew listless. We attributed the feeling to a number of causes — the smell in the air, baseball, the turning of a young man ' s fancy, or an overdose of sulphur plus. But regardless of the reason, as soon as the old Winter thawed out of our joints, the desire to just loaf gained the upperhand. So we yawned in each other ' s faces, waited for the fever to pass, and prayed that the warning grades would not get home to father. Culture came to college with the class of 1940 with the inauguration of the Col- lege of Liberal Arts. When the Adminis- tration decided that all good Engineers must dabble a bit in Shakespeare, Art, His- tory, and related subjects. Northeastern had just about all the culture it could stand. However, even engineers must have some background, some culture, and be gentlemen with drawing-room graces. The L.A. ' s, looked upon with suspicion at first by Engineers and B.A. ' s alike, proved to be decent fellows, and soon all curricula were on speaking terms. The social committee outdid itself in our Middler year. A " Blowout, " that ' s what they called it then, was run in Bates Hall for each Division, and to cap off the sea- son a Middler Shuffle blossomed in the Touraine. Then one morning in the Fall of ' 37 we were mildly excited to see a mess of hiss- ing, grunting machinery steam-shovelling its way into the bowels of Back Bay. " P " - ' ■ ' h iE «c ' The oft heralded building program had given birth. The days were counted by the number of truckloads of dirt removed, the yards of concrete poured, and the tons 37 of girders riveted. Bricks, plaster, pipes, glass. Vire and wood and work and waiting. The September classes filed in and filled their nostrils with the newness of it all, then settled down to let it wear off. Now and then someone would draw a compari- son between the new West Building and the rambling Huntington Building. It was the hardy student among us who could remain healthy after a session in 52-H, the room with no windows and the ventila- tor that always stuck. Annually we dug up the bookstore prob- lem, demanded that the Student Council get to work. Great charges of powder were set off, lovely flashes were seen, but no one was ever hurt. The latest song hit would catch our attention and the book- store would be forgotten — until the next year. A parade of nickels kept the record- player in the Husk - Hut red-hot, and more than one case of indigestion resulted from trying to eat and leap at the same time. There vas a continual debate as to just how many sandwiches a Husky Hut manu- facturer could whip into shape from one loaf of bread. The out-door gym always provided en- tertainment. We could watch the boys getting in trim for coming meets, and we never failed to lend encouragement by tell- ing them how terrible they looked. They paid us but little attention and doggedly continued to hurl javelins at one another. People had been eating fish for years and no one grew excited about the fact until a lad from Harvard decided to swallow the things raw. In the few short weeks fol- lowing its well-publicized debut, fish-gulp- ing invaded every campus in the country. A Northeastern sophomore, with all the school spirit he could muster, put away 36 outraged gold-fish, but succeeded in hold- ing the record for only one hour. Some glutton from M. I. T. swallowed 40. 38 The awesome, the spectacular, the beau- tiful, the lavish Junior Prom was upon us. Ve had been brought up to view this occa- sion with a special reverence, and we were properly pious. We mortgaged our future and our room-mate ' s future to attend, but it was worth it. Who among us will ever forget Mass Meetings? It was at these Wednesday noon-time gatherings in Jordan Hall that we learned to eat our lunches undetected even in the front rows. Some of us studied or read the News, while others slept in the darkened rear of the hall. Then, too, on occasion we absented ourselves from these functions for any good reason that came to mind at the time. It was all part of the fun. But we did have the oppor- tunity to hear many learned men give their views, experiences, and solutions to many of the world ' s and our problems ; and we profited through our attendance. We will always be indebted to the Student Union for the noon-hour movie programs and the opportunity to hiss and cheer the screen stars of the old silent days. The depression that started in ' 29 was still rattling around, ten years old. We had grown almost immune to it even as freshmen. One of us heatedly maintained that the country was going to the dogs. A glance at the parking area filled to over- flowing at nine in the morning told a very different story. And most of the cars had radios, too. We were all back again in September- — Seniors. Somehow we did not feel that we had changed over the four years that had passed. Suspicions of advancing age 39 were felt now and then when someone re- marked that our foreheads were getting higher, or when we were introduced to a fellow-senior ' s fiancee. It being leap-year we, who had always strained at the leash in the Eternal Pursuit, decided to run the other way. September found a second World War threatening in Europe. An ex-corporal with a trick moustache had reached too far in to the fire and had singed his shirt- sleeves. Nasty words and nastier bombs were hurled. Munich, munitions, mobili- zation, annihilation drifted about the campus and provided topics for lively de- bate. As Seniors we wondered how long it would last and what the outcome would be. Would we become involved? Col- legiate Dolls assured the nation that we wanted nothing to do with the crash and bang over there. We had jobs to think about and wives and families and grocery bills. We weren ' t going to graduate into a trench Not only that, but we had Senior Week to consider. And the amount of class dues we owed. Class rings, class pictures .... important things. Even the habitually passive Senior fixed us with his good eye and demanded to be heard. Officers and committeemen awoke to find more than ordinar ' interest centered around them. The class grew encouragingly panicky when informed at the first class meeting that the treasury nest-egg amounted to a scrawny $153.00 and a few left-over charms from the Junior Prom. Figures rarely bothered us but this was no me_re figure; this was a threat to our Senior Week. Choking dust rose from many bill- folds as the class rallied to increase the treasury to $1,843.00 by the end of March. And in the background the Cauldron Board droned monotonously threatening, begging the class to " go down and get yer pitcher took. " One morning we awoke to find that the rather mild 1939-40 Winter had done a complete about face and dumped the big- gest snowstorm (since the Portland went down) right into our laps. To say that we were caught with our shoes off would be a masterpiece of understatement. But by the time the snow thawed we found tiie end of the year practically in our hair. Studies gave way to the more impcjrtant 40 task of job-hunting. Application blanks, letter writing, and interviews kept our at- tention, while we chewed mental finger nails and pondered the future. With Commencement but a short time away, we stopped for a moment and re- viewed the five years that sped past. Some- how or other, the exclamations of " boy! we made it, " seemed a bit hollow. Quietly we admitted in our own circle that all the sweat and worry was worth it, that the fun we had and the friends we made more than compensated for the burdens of the moment. The realization that never again, perhaps, would we be together as a group threw a bit of cold water on our enthusiasm to graduate. Ten years or forty years from now what will Northeastern think of us? We know there are good men among us. Prob- ably the only real test of our worth, the only true sign that our influence in the world has been felt, is in what the Class of 1980 will say about us. What, then, shall we give them to talk about? T. E. M. 41 Prof. George H. Meserve, Jr. When as Freshmen we were intro- duced to a startling array of new courses, we were at first a bit bewildered. Tbe Engineers among us came tbrougb the first year, howe er, with the firm conviction that any subject could be readily absorbed if it was attractively presented. Prof. George H. Meserve ' s courses in Graphics and Descriptive Geometry had pro en this quite conclusively. The fact that he won for himself an eager following was borne out by these same Engineers when, on returning as sophomores, they selected, almost to a man, his History of Art course. If our interests were of an extra-curricu- lar nature — art, architecture, photograph}-, tropical fish — we found in Prof. Meserve a willing listener and a competent in- structor. Others among us who ha e worked as class officers and committeemen readily appreciate the earnest and sympa- thetic manner in which he has guided the Class through these short years. He has ever encouraged the Class to choose its own course of action, preferring to remain behind the scenes, always on call, but in a purely advisory capacity. A popular teacher, a wise counselor, a real friend, Prof. George H. Meserve has more than earned our sincere thanks for his fine work as Adviser to our Class, the Class of 1940. ADVISER TO THE CLASS OF l!»lt 42 mdiit : Thompson, Nve, D;i ' i On Tail.-: Ctot Seated: Prof, Meserve. Johns, James E. Johnson James H. Nye Loring M. Thompson Ronald C. Davis Presidents Vice-Presidents Secretaries Treasurers WaUace E. MacQuarrie Calvin S. Cronan Hartley F. Hutchins Henry F. Silsby, Jr. SEXIOR CLASS OFFICERS 43 Third Rom: Maclntyre. Hardy. Boudrcau, V.ump Second Row: Dearstyne. Carpano, Barrasso, Zalowski. VanTuvl first Row: McDonough, Johnson, Prof. Meserve, MacOuarrie Albert E. Baker John S. Boudreau Ronald C. Davis Thomas C. McDonough Victor S. Maclntyre Henry V. Zalewski Ernest V. Barrasso Vincent A. Carpano Frederick J. Dearstyne William L. Hardy Donald W. VanTuyl Bruce W. ' oung SEIVIOR WEEK COMMITTEE 44 Second Row: Thompson. MacQua McCarthy, Baker. Ba George W. Beale Chairinan Calvin S. Cronan V ice-Chairman Loring M. Thompson Secretary Ronald C. Davis Treasurer Robert J. Anderson, Jr. Albert E. Baker Ernest V. Barrasso Wilmot H. Decker Donald O. Ferguson Emery E. Freeman James E. Johnson Ralph D. Kodis Wallace E. MacQuarrie William T. McCarthy JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE 45 - tH ' Carl F. Almgren Electrical Engineerinij 572 Harland St., Milton A.I.E.E. 5 Harold L Applebaum Liheral Arts (English) 175 Rawson Rd., Brookline Keivs, Photographic Editor,!, 2, 3, 4, 5; Camera Club, Presi- dent 2, 3 ; University Wits 5. Erik G. Almstrom Mechanical Engineering 4 ' hito v Ave., Quincy Dean ' s List 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2,; A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Plii Gamma Pi Nathan Aron Electrical Engineering Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Cross- News 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; 661 List Senate; Freshman Honi Country 3; Track 2; Student Union Cauldron Junior Staff; A.LE.E. 3, 4. Kal a Zeta Phi Richard E. Anderson Electrical Engmecrinq Stockholm, Me. Band 1; Orchestra 2; A.LE.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. Irving H. Atwood, Jr. Mechanical Engineering 10 Liberty St., Haverhill Glee Club 1; Astronomy Club 1; A.S.M.E. 3, Secretary 4, 5. Robert J. Anderson, Jr. (ihrmical E ngincerinij 64 Becket Road, Belmont Class Secretary 4; Class Dance Committee I; Junior Prom Committee; Student Council 4. President 5; Neics 1, 2, 3, News Editor 4; Freshman Handbook 2, 3, Editor 4; Cauldron Junior Staff; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, President 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 5. George H. Ba Electrical Enginee 7 Heath St., Somer Dean ' s List 3; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5 ; Civilian Pilot Training ' ing . ' ille 5. John J. Apolis Mechanical Engineering 225 Bowen St., South Boston Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 ; A S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. Albert E. Baker Chemical Engineering 24 North Milton St., Maiden Junior Prom Committee; Senior Week Committee; A.C.S. 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. 46 - Alvin M. Berlowe Business Management 36 Greenridge Ave., White Plains, N. Y. News 1, 2, 3; Empire State Club 1, 2, 3; Cheer Leader, 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Law-Accounting Club 2, 3; Banking and Finance Society 3, 4 ' ; Sales Management Club 4, 5; S.A.M., B. A. Branch 5. Ernest V. Barrasso Banking and Finance 15 Everett St., East Boston Baseball 1, 2, 3 ; Senior Week Committee; Class Vice-Presi- dent 5, Class Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee; Student Union 5; Banking and Finance Society 3, 4; S.A.M. 5. Andrew C. Bierenbroodspot Mechanical Enainecrmg 254 Bedford St., Lexington Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3; Base- ball 1, 2; A.S.M E. 3, 4, 5. George W. Beale Banking and Finance 58 Greewood Ave., Needham Student Council 5; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 5; Banking and Finance Society 4, President 3 ; Class Dance Committee 2, Chairman 3; Junior Prom Committee Chairman. Nu Epsilon Zeta John S. Boudreau C iemical Engineering 28 Mt. Vernon St., Gloucester Senate; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 4, 5; Basketball 1; Senior Week Committee; Chess CKib 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. John L Bean Ci ' vil Engineering 131 Washington St., Aver B.S.C.E. 3, 4, Clerk 5; N.U.C.E S., Secretary 5. Jack R. Brennan Electrical Engineering Mineville, N. Y. A.LEE. 4. 5. Ralph G. Benson Chemical Engineering 104 Bateman St., Roslindale Football 1; Track 1; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Nu Epsilon Zeta Richard J. Brennan Civil Engineering Mineville, N. Y. N.U.C.E.S. 5. Vincent F. Benson Mechanical Engineering 5 Burgoyne St., Dorchester Glee Club 2, 3; A S.M.E. 3, Treasurer 4, 5. 47 George E. Bronson Chemical Engineering Rock a way, N. J. Chess Club 4, 5; A.C.S. 3, 4. S. Joseph Cannava Banking and Finanir 245 Fulton St., Medford Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Banking and Finance Society 3, 4, 5; Law and Accounting Club 4, 5; Economics Club 4. Harold F. Brown Chemical Engineering 117 Intervale St., Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Track 1, 2; Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5; Assistant Manager Bacchanalians 1; Banjo Club 1, 2, 3; A.C.S. 2, 3 ; A.LCh E. 4, 5. Vincent A. Carpono Chemical Engineering 54 Chavenson St., Fall River Freshman Honor List; Track 1; Student Union 1, 2; Glee Club 4; Camera Club 3; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Lawrence H. Bruce Chemical Engineering 71 Pleasant St., Wakefield Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Interfraternity Basket- ball 2, 3, 4; Class Dance Committee 1; Student Council 2, 3; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 5. James G. Cassanos liberal Arts (Chemistry) 7 Wade Ave., Woburn Academy, Vice-President 4, 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 4, 5; Neius 3, News Editor 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff, Managing Editor 5 ; Mathematics Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, President 5 ; Greater Boston Mathematics Clubs Association, President 5; German Language Club 4; University Wits, Secretary 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S., Vice- President 5; Who ' s Who in America Colleges and Univer- sities 4. Jacob R. Bukala Business Management 104 Orleans St., Lowell Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 4, 5; News 1, 2; Sales Management Club 3, 4. Emmett G. Cleveland Liberal Arts (Ecnnnmics-Snciologyj 35 Park Drive, Boston Basketball I, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3. John R. Byrne Liberal Arts (English) 81 Gloucester St., Arlington Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2; Class Treasurer 2, 3. Penneth M. Cline ( ' ii ' it Engineering 37 Howland St., Roxbury N.U.C.E.S. 5. 48 Alfred N. Comstock Electrical Engineering 8 Warren St., Norwalk, Conn. Interfraternity Basketball 3, 4, 5 ; Fraternity Vice-President 4, 5; Interfraternity Council 3; A.I.E.E. 5. Gamma Phi Kappa Clifford H. Coffin Indusirial Engineering 248 Edgell Rd., Framingham Center Freshman Honor List; Fraternity President 4; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 5. Alpha Kappa Sigma Daniel J. Conlin civil Engineering 19 Wycliff Ave., West Roxbury Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2; N.U.C.E.S. 5. Albert J. Cole Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 23 Wycliff Ave., West Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Camera Club 2, 3; German Club 4; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. George F. Connolly Accounting 3907 Washington St., Boston Football 1 ; Law and Accounting Club 5 ; Civilian Pilot Training 5. Arthur E. Cole Liberal Arts (English) 209 Essey St., Lynn Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Glee Club 3 ; North Shore Club, Vice-President 1, 2; Chess Club 4, 5, Secretary 1, President 2, 3. James J. Connolly Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 240 Newton St., Waltham Kontoff Cup 1939; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Cap- tain 4; Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4; Class Secretary 2. Walter B. Colmes Liberal Arts (English) 235 Chestnut Hill Ave. Dramatics Club 5. Brighton William J. Corcoran civil Engineering 17 Bentley St., Brighton Hockey 1, Assistant Manager 2, 3; Baseball, Assistant Man- ager 2, Manager 3; B.S.C.E. 4; N U.C.E.S. 5. Earle M. Combellack Electrical Engineering Augusta, Me. Freshman Honor List; Fraternity Treasurer 3, President 4; Band 1; Orchestra 1; Bacchanalians 3, 4, 5; Dramatic Club 2; Radio Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Alpha Kappa Sigma 49 Roger L. Corey Mrckanical Engineering Turnpike St., Canton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 5; Football ], 2; A.S.M.E., Secretary 4. Howard R. Cushman Chemital Emjineerino May St., Adamsdale Student Union 1, 3, 4, Intercollegiate Chairman 2, President 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Fraternity President 5, Interfrater- nitv Council 4, 5; Mathematics Club 1; Rifle Club 1, 2- A.C.S. 2. 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon L Peter Cornwall Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 11 Fcnwick Rd., Winchester Neil ' s 5 ; Camera Club 2, 3, 4, 5. Arnold E. Daum Business Management 258 Seaver St., Roxbury Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List, 4, 5; Student Council 4, 5; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4, President 5; News 1, 2, News Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, Editor-in-Chief 5; Football Dance Committee 4; Campus of the Air, Contribut- ing Editor 5 ; Sales Management Club 5 ; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4. W. Bradley Corson Banking and Finance 7? Wakefield St., Rochester, N. H. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Student Union 2, 3; Neivs 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4; N.U. Press Conference 4; Dean ' s Cabinet 5; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Law and Accounting Club 2, 3; Banking and Finance Society 3, 4, 5; University Wits 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 5. Ronald C. Davis Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 99 Upland Rd., Quincy Dean ' s Cabinet 5 ; Student Council 5 ; Student Union 3,4. 5 ; News 3, 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff, Informal Pictures Edi- tor 5 ; Class Treasurer 2, 4, 5 ; Junior Prom Committee, Treas- urer; Senior Week Committee; Camera Club, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 2; German Language Club 4; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and LTniver- sities 5. Calvin S. Cronan Chemical Engineering 43 Central Ave., Newtonville Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Track 1, 2; Class Vice-President 4, 5; Class Dance Committee, Chairman 2; Junior Prom Committee, Vice-Chairman ; Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Cauldron, Managing Editor; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Frederick J. Dearstyne Business MiinagemenI 69 South Allen St., Albany, N. Y. Student Union 1 ,2, 3, 5, President 4; Interfraternity Coun- cil, Vice-President 4; Interfraternity Basketball; S.A.M., B.A. Branch 5. Nu Epsilon Zeta John J. Cunningham Industrial Engineering 17 Appleton St., Saugus Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; S.A.M. 4, 5. Wilmot H. Decker civil Engineering 48 Harrison Ave., CJreenwood Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Dance Committee 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Fraternity Secretary 4, 5; Membership Chairman 4, 5; B.S.C.E. 4; N.U.C.E.S. 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon Robert B. Drinkwater Mechanical Engineering 14 Holland Terrace, Needham Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice- Chairman 4, Chairman 5. Eugene J. DeLoria Liberal Arts (English) Canton St., Dedham Student Union 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3 ; Astronomy Club 4; Uni- versity Wits 5. William H. England Electrical Engineering 34 Hartford St., Dorchester Mathematics Club 2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3; A.I.E.E. 2, Treas- Joseph M. Devine Chemical Engineering 5 Walnut St , Somerville Freshman Honor List; Track I; Astronomy Club 1; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5; Civilian Pilot Training 5. Bernard N. FalkofF Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 376 Wilkins St , Rochester, N. Y. Dean ' s List 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; A.C.S. 2; N U.C.S., Vice-President 5; German Language Club 4, 5. Ernest J. Diette Industrial Engineering 472 Dixwell Ave., New Haven, Conn. Dean ' s List 2; Football 1; Track 1; Cauldron Junior Staff. Donald O. Ferguson Electrical Engineering 371 Ocean Ave., New London, Conn. Dean ' s List 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Interfraternity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Fraternity President 4; Interfraternity Council 3; Nutmeg State Club; Junior Prom Committee; Class Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. Gamma Phi Kappa Sevo J. Dimitri Chemical Engineering 13 Leonard Court, Taunton Senate; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4 5- Rifle Club 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. John J. Fitzgerald Liberal Arts (Englisih) 34A Monument Sq., Charlestown Dean ' s List 4, 5; Cross-Country 4; Nenus 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, 5; University Wits 5. Rollins E. Dobbin Liberal Arts (Chemistry) Jonesport, Me. Cauldron Junior Staff; Band 1, 2, 3; German Language Club 4; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. 51 John E. FitzGibbon Chemical Engineering 91 School St., Taunton A.CS. 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Wilfred N. Gagne Electrical Engineering 193 James St., Fairfield, Conn. Dean ' s List 2; Interfraternity Council 5; Rifle Club 2; Astronomy Club 1 ; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 5. Phi Gamma Pi Emery E. Freeman, Jr. Industrial Engineering Summer St., Cohasset Junior Prom Committee; S.A.M., Vice-President 4, President 5. Curtis R. Ganong I ndustnal Engtnecrint 70 Madison Ave., Arlington Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4, 5; Orchestra 1; Class Secretary 3; S.- ' .M., Secretary 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities 5. B. George Frizzell Accounting 238 Salem St., Wakefield Sigma Society President 5; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Hockey 1 ; Law and Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, President 5; International Relations Club 4, 5; Banking and Finance Society 3. Edward Gould Mechanical Enginecrini 22 Linden Place, Brooklinc Dean ' s List 5; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Everett H. Fuller Chemical Engineering 259 Coney St., East Walpole Freshman Honor List; A.CS. 2, 3; A.LCh E. 4, 5. Garnet L Gibson Liberal Arts (Economics) 385 Lafayette St., Salem Baseball 1, 4; Basketball 1; Cauldron Junior Stafl , Photo- graphic Editor 5; Class Social Committee 2, 3. Bernard J. GafFney Chemical Engineering 54 Hemingway St., Winchester Senate; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Cross- country 1; Mathematics Club 4; Executive Committee 5; Dra- matic Club 3; A.CS. 2, Secretary 3; A.LCh.E. Secretary 4, Vice-President 5. James E. Giles, Jr. Mechanical Engineering 44 Olive St., Newburyporl Fraternity Vice-President 4, President 5 ; News 1, 2, 3 ; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Civilian Pilot Training 5. Phi Beta Alpha 52 Frederick E. Gorman Mechanical Engineering 789 Worcester St., Wellesley Freshman Honor List; Hockey 1; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. John J. Gill Ciml Engineering 310 Market St., Brighton Football 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cauldron Junior Staff; B.SC.E. 2, 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S. 5. Walter T. Grady civil Engineering 4093 Washington St., Roslindale Dean ' s List 4, 5; Baseball 1; B.S.C.E. 4; N.U.C.E.S., Execu- tive Committee 5. Robert J. Ginther Chemical Engineering 138 Horton St., Lewiston, Me. Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 5, Vice-President 4. Sydney Green Liberal Arts (English) 29 Ridgewood St., Dorchester Dean ' s List 3; Concert Orchestra, Manager 4; University Wits 5. Sigma Kappa Psi Hyman A. Glass Chemical Engineering 433 Warren St., Roxbury Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Band 3; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Noriar N. Hagopian Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 77 Templeton Parkway, Watertown Football 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 2. Matthew Goddess Chemical Engineering 18 Duke St., Mattapan Interfraternity Basketball 3, 4, 5 ; Fraternity Corresponding Scribe 5; Student Union 2; Chess Club I, 2; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Kappa Zeta Phi Robert O. Hallen Mechanical Engineering 951 Broadway, Everett Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3 ; Football 1, 2, 3 ; International Relations Club 3- Civilian Pilot Training 5; A.S.M.E. 4, 5. Charles J. Gordon Liberal Arts (Mathematics) 187 Cabot St., Roxbury Baseball 1; Basketball 3; Concert Orchestra 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club 5; German Language Club 3, 5, Presi- dent 4. Sigma Kappa Psi 53 AXk John J. Halloran Liberal Arts (Psycholugy-Sociolooy) 66 Norwood Ave., Manchester Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Freshman Honor List; Track James F. Hartley Industrial Engineerintj Snipatvit Rd., Rochester Herbert C. Hammond Mechanical Engineering 24 Collins St., Newbiiryport A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Ueta Gamma Epsilon Russell A. Haskell Electrical Enaineerini 18 Winchester Place, East Haven, Conn. Football 1; Basketball 1; A.l.E.E. 5; Fraternity President 5. Eta Tan Nu Donald C. Hardie Industrial Engineering 1017 S. Franklin St., Brookville Dean ' s List 5; Tennis Club 3. Alvin C. Hatfield Mechanical Engineering 16 Dixon Ave., Dedham Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Interfraternity Basketball 3, 4; News 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; A.S M.E. 4, 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon William L Hardy Cii ' il Engineering 42 Main St., Cochituate Football 1 ; Class Treasurer 3 ; Class Dance Committee 3 ; Senior Week Committee; Cauldron Junior Staff; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; B.S.C.E. 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S. 5. Sigma Phi Alpha Frank H. Hazelwood Accounting 51 Osceola St., Mattapan Football 4; Hockey 2, 3; Student Union 2, 3, 4; Law and Accounting Club 5 ; Class Vice-President 2. Edward J. Harraghy Liberal Arts (English) 7 Cooper Sq., Taunton University Wits 5. Sherwin P. Helms liberal Arts (English) 119 Palfrey St., Watcrtown tJlee Club 1 ; University News 2, 3, Wits 5. Makeup Editor 4, 5 ; 54 John T. Hourihan Meclianical Engineering 12 Jacobs St., Peabody A.S.M.E. 4, S. John D. Henderson Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 4 Windemere St., Dorchester Academy; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5. Clayton W. Hunter Chemical Engineering Mt. Vernon St., Newport, Vt. Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 5 ; Band 1, 2; Vermont State Club 1; Rifle Club 1, 5, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Howard V. Hennigar Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 19 Wilmot St., Whitman Orchestra 2; N.U.C.S. 5. Hartley F. Hutchins Liberal Arts (English) 113 Highland St., Marlborough Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; Neios , 2, News Editor 3, 4, Managing Editor 5; Cauldron Junior Staff ; Class Secretary 5; Class Social Committee 3 ; University Wits, Secretary 5. John A. Herring Liberal Arts (English) 469 Broadway, North Attleboro Paul W. Jack Liberal Arts (English) 7 St. William St., Dorchester Dean ' s List 4, 5. Elias B. Hiltunen Liberal Arts (Economics) 145 Main St., Maynard Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1; Banjo Club 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Economics Club, Chairman 5. Roger E. Jeanfavre Mechanical Engineering 17 Travis St., Torrington, Conn. Cross-Country 1, Track 1; Fraternity President 5; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Phi Gamma Pi Normand P. Holcomb Mechanical Engineering Warehouse Point, Conn. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. j M 55 Everett A. Johnson Lihfral Arts (Engl ' uh) 69 Granite St., Worcester Dean ' s List 2; German Language Club 5. Alfred Keck Electrical Enginccriiin 9 Lexington Ave., Hyde Park Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Radio Club 1; Astronomy Chib 1; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5; Civilian Pilot Training 5. Howard E. Johnson Business Management 19 Concord St., Maynard Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; Banking and Finance Society 3 ; Sales Management Club 4. Joseph I. Keesan Chemical Engineering 59 Johnston Rd., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1; Tennis Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1, 2, President 3, 4, 5 ; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5; Fraternity Secretary 5. Kappa Zeta Phi James E. Johnson Industrial Engineering 45 Robillard St., Gardner Freshman Honor List; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 5 ; Cheer Leader 1 ; Class President 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Junior Prom Committee; Class Dance Committees 2, 3, Chair- man 1; Senior Week Chairman; S A.M. 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and I ' niversities 5. William J. Kelley Liberal Arts (English) 22 Francis Ave., Cambridge Rifle Club 1, 5; Camera Club 2, 5; Dramatic Club 5. Raymond V. Johnson Liberal Arts (English) 90 Edge Hill Rd., East Braintree Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; News 2, Sports Editor 3, News Editor 4, Managing Editor 5; University Wits 5; Varsity Club; Dean ' s Cabinet 5. Charles W. Ketchen Industrial Engineering 43 Pinkham Rd., Medford Hillside Assistant Basketball Manager 1; Band 1, 2; CJlee Club 2, 3. Arnold D. Kaufman civil Engineering 32 Porter St., Maiden Freshman Honor List; Football 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, Vice-President 2, 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S. 5; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 4. Earl W. King Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 80 Cedar St., Maiden Rifle Club; N.U.C.S. 5. 56 Carl A. Lanzilli Mechanical Enyinecriinj 1205 Bennington St., East Boston A.S.M.E 3, 4, Secretary 5. Russell F. Kippen Electrical Engineering 12 Plum St., Gloucester Freshman Honor List; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Mathematics Club 5; Astronomy Club ' 5; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. Frederick W. Lee Accountinij Nottingham, N. H. Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 4; Law and Accounting Club 4, 5. Ralph D. Kodis Electrical Engineering 22 Howard St., Portland, Me. Senate, President 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List, 2, 3, 4, 5; Co-Winner Senate Scholarship 2; Dean ' s List Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football Manager; Rifle Team 3, 4, 5; Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President 5 ; Fraternity Vice-Chan- cellor 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Junior Prom Committee; Class Secretary 3; Interfraternity Council 4; Mathematics Club 2, 3; Radio Club 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5 ; " Who ' s " Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. Kappa Zeta Phi Nathan Lepinsky Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 21 Milton Ave., Dorchester Cross-Country, Assistant Manager 2; Student Union 2, 3, 4, " Vice-President 5; News 1, 2, Sports Editor 3; Cauldron Junior Staff; German Language Club 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. Wesley A. Kohl Liberal Arts (English) 73 Baker St., " West Roxbury Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. Paul M. Levenson Civil Engineering 494 Norfolk St., Mattapan Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Assistant Hockey Manager 2, 3; Freshman Hockey Manager 3, 4; Varsity Hockey Manager 4; Assistant Baseball Manager 3; Varsity Baseball Manager 4 ; Track 1 ; Football Trainer 5 ; N.U.C.E.S. 5. Alfred Korejwa Chemical Engineering 74 Train St., Dorchester Football 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 3, 5; Camera Club 2; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. Benjamin Levin Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 122 Cottage St., Chelsea Student Union 2, 3; Concert Orchestra 1; German Language Club, Secretary 4, Treasurer 5; ACS. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. David Kushner Electrical Engineering 365 Amboy St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; ball 2, 3, 4; Fraternity Secretary 4, Union 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff, Mathematics Club 4, 5; Rifle Club 4, 5; mittee 4; A.LE.E. 3, 4, 5. Kappa Zela Phi Interfraternity Basket- President 5 ; Student Business Manager 5; Student Refugee Com- mim ' John D. Lindner Business Management 28 Chapin St., Canandaigua, N. Y. International Relations Club 4, 5; Sales Management Club 4, 5. Julius J. Maccini Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 98A Shute St., Everett Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5; German Lan- guage Club, Secretary 4, President 5; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. Frederick A. Little Mechanical Engineering 9 Granger St., Wollaston Football 1; Yacht Club 4, 5; . ..S.M.E. 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon William R. MacDonough Liberal Arts (English) 19 Orchard St., Jamaica Plain Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; German Language Club 3, 4. William H. Little Liberal Arts (Mathematics) 26 Taibot St., Maiden Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Senior Week Committee; Mathe- matics Club 4, 5 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities 5. Alexander MacEwan Electrical Engineering 20 Allen St., East Braintree Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; A.LE.E. 3, Treasurer 4, Executive Committee 5. John S. Lund Liberal Arts (Economics) 76 California St., Watertown Baseball 1, 2; Basketball, Manager 1, Assistant Manager 2. Victor S. Maclntyre Mechanical Engineering 13 Artvvill St., Milton Senior Week Committee; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. George A. MacCallum Mechanical Engineering 82 County St., Taunton Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Horace G. MacKerrow, Jr. Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 36 Bayard St., Allston Track 1; Band 1, 5; Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3 ; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. 58 Arthur R. Mattioli Chemical Engineering 72 Oxford St., Arlington Dean ' s List 4; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Wallace E. MacQuarrie Business Management Brownville Jet., Me. Brownville Jet., Me. Hockey 1; Interfraternity Baslietball ; Class +, 5; Student Union 3, 4, Secretary 5; Cauldron jumui oLan, fo;„o f iub, Vice-President 1; Sales Management Club 4; . A. Branch, President 5 ; Who s Who Among Students ;an Colleges and Universities 5. M President 2, 3, Junior Staff; Arthur F. Maynard Electrical Engineerimj 13 Forest St., Lake Placid, N. Y. Dance Committee 3; Bacchanalians 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Empire State Club 1, 2; A.LE.E. 5. Albert S. Makas Liberal Arts (Physics) 547 Columbia St., Hudson, N. Y. Academy, Secretary-Treasurer 4, President 5 ; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 5, Secretary 4; News 2, 3, 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Mathematics Club 3; Empire State Club 1; A.C.S. 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. William T. McCarthy Banking and Finance 278 Faneuil St., Brighton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Student Union 3, 4, 5; Dramatic Club President 3, 4; Tennis Club 2; Junior Prom Committee ; News 3, 4. Henry Manoogian Electrical Engineering 78 Bromfield St., Lawrence Cross-Coumry 1; Twin State Club 1, 2; A.LE.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. Thomas C. McDonough Mechanical Engin eering 16 Appleton Place, Arlington Dean ' s List 4, 5; Hockey Manager 1, 2, 3; Senior Week Committee; A.S.M.E. 3, Vice-President 4, President 5. Reubin J. Margolin Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 54 Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury Academy, Secretary 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 1, 2, 3; Freshman Boxing Instructor 3, 4, 5 ; Debating Society 2, 3. Ernest W. McKenzie Liberal Arts (English) 119 Oakland Ave., Methuen Academy; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; News 1, 2, 3, Feature Editor 4; Cauldron Junior Staff; Dean ' s Cabinet 5; University Wits, President 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 5. Roland J. Martin Chemical Engineering Fryeburg, Me. Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. 59 1 m H Thomas E. McMahon InJustr ' uil Engineeriny 171 Milton St., Dorchester Baseball 1; Netus 1, 2, Feature Editor 3, Managing Editor 4; Cauldron Junior Staff, Editor-in-Chief 5; S.A.M. 3, Director of Publicity 4, 5; Class Social Committee 3; Civilian Pilot Training Program 5 ; Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities 5. Elden J. Morton Chemical Engineering 53 Russell Park, Quincy Freshman Honor List; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Daniel W. Miles civil Engineering 33 Willow St., Norwood Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Track 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; B.SC.E. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 5; N.U.C.E.S., Vice-President 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. Alpha Kappa Sigma Thomas M. Murray Electrical Engineering 4 Hodges St., Taunton Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; A.I.E.E. 5. Russell Milham Liberal Arts (Biology) 16 Clarendon St., Boston Academy; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 4, 5; Class Dance Committee, 1; A.C.S. 2. Joseph M. Nee Mechanical Engineering 2 Maple Park, Dorchester Dean ' s List 4, 5; Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3 ; A.S.M.E. 5. John C. Moore, Jr. Liberal Arts (English) West Falmouth Ne ' ws 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Rifle Club 1. Robert G. Newton Industrial Engineering 2 Summer St., Sharon Rifle Club 2, 3; S.A.M. 3, 4, 5. Phi Gamma Pi Harold B. Morris Liberal Arts (English) 11 Ashton St., Dorchester Academy; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Student Union 2, 3, 4, 5; Fraternity Corresponding Scribe 4, 5; Neivs 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, 5. Kappa Y.eta Phi Sebastian J. Nicolosi Mechanical Engineering 118 Haverhill St., Lawrence Band 1, 2; Debating Society 3; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. 60 Donald B. Pearson ' Electrical Engineering New Sweden, Maine Senate; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Hockey, Assistant Manager 2; A.LE.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. James H. Nye Electrical Engineering 249 Boylston St., Brockton Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 4; Student Council 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Class Vice-President 5; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, President 4, 5; Civilian Pilot Training 5; A.LE.E. 2. 3, 4, 5; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and ITniversities 5. Thomas J. Pearson Elecrtical Engineering 71 Nesmith St., Lawrence Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 3, 4; Football 1; A.LE.E. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 5. Vincent A. Palombo Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 10 Elven Rd., Roslindale Astronomy Club 1; Radio Club 2; N.U C.S. 5. William J. Perkins Chemical Engineering 27 Chase St., Danvers A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 5. Donald S. Pattershall Mechanical Engineering 29 East Brinkerhoff Ave., Palisades Park, N, J. Dean ' s List 4, 5 ; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Nickos V. Petrou Electrical Engineering 70 ' 2 Linden St., Springfield Senate; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Radio Club 2, 3; Chess Club 1; Mathematics Club 5; Astronomy Club 1 ; A.I E.E., Executive Committee 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Pres- ident 5. Maurice A. Pass Business Management 263 Normandy St., Dorchester Sales Management Club 4, 5 ; President 3, President 4, 5. Sigma Kappa Psi A.S.M.E. 5. Fraternity Secretary 2, Vice- Henry J. Piotrowski Mechanical Engineering 79 Fuller St., Dorchester Richard N. Peale Liberal Arts lEnglish) 30 Park St., South Hamilton Dean ' s List 5; Student Union 1, 2; Debating Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; University Wits 5; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fraternity Sec- retary 4. P hi Beta Alpha 61 X Maurice J. Polner Liberal Arts (English) 522 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbiiry 4.i Yacht Club 5 ; Radi( Treasurer 5; A.l.E.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5. William F. Richardson Electrical Engineering 26 Jacob St., Maiden Treasurer 4, Secretar ' - Herbert W. Pottle, Jr. Mechanical Engineering 104 High Rd., Newbury Dean ' s List 3, 5; Interfraternity Basketbal ternity Vice-President 5; A.S.M.E. 3, 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, 5; Fra- Dean ' s List 4, 5; Chess Club 1, 2, Harold L. Pratt Mechanical Engineering 9 Highland Park, Newtonvil Band 1 ; A.S.M E. 3, 4, 5. Manuel Rimer Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 21 Halborn St., Mattapan 3; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S. 5. Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 Stanley L. Rogers Liberal Arts (English) Great Meadows, N. J. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3; Track 3. Robert T. Pritchard Business Management North Shore Rd., Algonquin Park, Norfolk, Virginia Cross-Country 1, 3, Captain 4; Track 1, 2; Interfraternity Basketball; Class Secretary 1; Cauldron Junior Staff; Sales Management Club 4. A ' ;; Epsilon Zeta William H. Rogers Industrial Engineering 56 Division St., Maiden Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 4, 5; S.AM. 4, 5. Louis G. Reiniger Civil Engineering 47 Denver St., Saugus Senate; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Cross- Country 1; International Relations Club 3; Rifle Club 1, 2; Astronomy Club 1; B.S.C.E. 4, Chairman 5; N.U.C.E S., Pres- ident 5. Irving S. Rosenberg Mechanical Engineering 65 Cottage St., Chelsea Interfraternity Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5; Baseball Manager 1; Band 1, 2, 3; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5; Refugee Committee 4; Fra- ternity Comptroller 4, 5. Sigma Kappa Psi 62 4;:: C. Harold Schroder Industrial Engineering 21 Thomson Rd., West Hartford, Conn. Track 1; Interfraternity Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Fraternity Sec- retary 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4, 5 ; Empire State Club 1; Nutmeg State Club 2, President 3; S.A.M. 5; A.S.M.E. 3. Phi Gamma Pi Frank A. Rosenkrans Electrical Engineering 327 Huntington Ave., Boston Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5 ; Hockey 1; A.LE.E. 3, Executive Committee 4, 5. Henry G. Seeley civil Engine.eri7ig 438 East Eighth St., South Boston B.S.C.E. 3, 4; N.U.C.E.S. 5. Frank E. Ryan, Jr. Mechanical Engineering 85 Billings St., Sharon A.SM.E. 3, 4, 5. Edward Segal Liberal Arts (Mathematics) 8 Verrill St., Dorchester Academy; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 3, 4; Baseball 1; Mathematics Club, Treasurer 5; German Language Club 4. Andrew Y. Samuelian Mechanical Engineering 1290 Dorchester Ave., Boston Freshman Honor List; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. W. Lee Sellon Mechanical Engineering 74 Frost Ave., Melrose Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2; Class Vice-President 3; Class Dance Committee 3; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Philip N. Savage Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 64 Ridgewood St., Dorchester Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Sigma Phi Alpha Stephen G. Sevougian Chemical Engineering 101 Harvard St., Brockton Senate, Vice-President 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Senate Scholarship 1; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; As- tronomy Club 1; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. S. Stowe Sayward Electrical Engineering 30 Nowell Rd., Melrose Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 3; Radio Club 1, 4, 5, President 2, 3; Yacht Club 5; A.LE.E. 2; Executive Committee 3, 4, 5. 63 Malcolm H. Shailer Industrial Entiineering Chester, Conn. Fraternity Secretary 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon Lorin C. Skiff Business Management Walton, N. V. Track 1, 2; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3 ; Fraternity Treasurer 4, President 5; Camera Club 2; Banking and Finance Society 3; Sales Management Cluh 4. A ' « Epsilon Zria Saul Shapiro Chcmii ' al Engineering 49 Jones Ave., Dorchester Football 1; Hockey 1; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Frazer T. Smith Liberal Arts (Economies-Sociology) 88 Howard Ave., Dorchester Morton Shopnik Mechanical Engineering 20 Irma St., Dorchester Basketball 1; Band Leader 1, 2; Banjo Club A.S.M.E. 3, 4. John L Smith, Jr. Industrial Engineernig 274 East St., Islington S.A.M. 5, Treasurer 4. Nu Epsilon 7. eta Henry F. Silsby Chemical Engineering 455 High Rock St., Needham Senate; Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 5, Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 4, 5; Civilian Pilot Training 5. Lothrop Smith Industrial Engineering 91 Hamilton St., Wollaston Yacht Club 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. John J. Sinton Mechanical Engineering U. S. Veterans ' Hospital, Bedford Student Union 2, 4; A.S M.E. 3, 4, 5. John F. Solovey Mechanical Engineering Milson Lodg?, Harrison Ave., Harrison, N. V. Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 3; Interfraternity Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Fraternity Secretary 3, 4, Vice-President 5 ; A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Phi Gamma Pi 64 John H. Tausch Mechanical Engineerint 34 Fairmount Way, Quincy Sigmund W. Stawicki Electrical Engineering 61 Chestnut St., Chelsea Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 4, 5 ; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3; Interclass Baseball 1, 2; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3; Mathematics Club 2, 3; Astronomy Club 1; A.LE.E. 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 5. Paul Tavilla Accounting 21 Bennett St., Everett Law and Accounting Club 4, 5 ; Banking and Finance Society 4, 5. Clifford R. Steeves Business Management 47 Mellen St., Needham Heights Sales Management Club 5. Stanley R. Tebbetts Business Manaoemcnt 354 Waltham St., Lexington Freshman Honor List; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, 5; Base- ball Manager 1; Track 4; Cheer Leader 1, 2; Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club, President 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A.M. 5. Maxwell D. Stone Liberal Arts (English) 127 Summer St., Waltham Track 2, 3, 4; Fraternity Secretary 3. Sigma Phi Alpha Loring M. Thompson Industrial Engineering 62 Parsons St., West Newton Senate, Secretary 5 ; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; Cross-Country 3, 4; Track 4; Student Council 5; Student Union I, 2, 3j News 1; Class Secretary 2, 4, 5; Class Dance Committee 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Dramatic Club 1; S.A.M. 3, 5, Secretary 4. A. Thomas Sundborg Industrial Engineering 19 Baldwin St., Newton Hockey 1 ; S.A.M. 4, 5. Alpha Kappa Sigma William S. Toubman Liberal Arts (Economics) 12 Wayland St., Hartford, Conn. Nutmeg Club 1, 2; Debating 1, 2; Assistant Basketball Man- ager 1, 2, 3. Walter Swain Chemical Engineering 394 South Main St., Haverhill Football 1; A.C.S. 2, 3; A.LCh.E. 4, 5. 65 Charles A. Tracy Liberal Arts (English) 12 Hilltop Ave., Lexington Dean ' s List 5 ; Ne vjs 2, 3, Make-up Editor 4, Managing Editor 5; University Wits, Treasurer 5; " Campus on the Air, " Contributing Editor 5. Elmer W. Walton Industrial Engineering 20 Chestnut St., Newburyport Freshman Honor List; S.A.M. 4, 5. Beta Gamma Epsilon James B. Trefethen Liberal Arts (English) 133 High St., Wareham Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 4; News 1, 2; University Wits 5. Richard D. Warren Liberal Arts (Economics) 22 Ridge Rd., Lavfrence Football 1 ; Track 1, 2, 3. Robert W. Trottier Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 210 Coburn St., Lowell Nenus 3, 4, Feature Editor 5 ; University Wits 5 ; Civilian Pilot Training 5; N.U.C.S., Treasurer 5. Sigma Alpha Epsilon John H. Weatherby Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 8 Florence St., Natick Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5; President of Class I ; Freshman Dance Committee 1 ; Cauldron Junior Staff 4; A.C.S. 2, 3; N.U.C.S., President 5. Carl Van Bennekom Electrical Engineering 600 Summer St., Arlington Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 5; Radio Club 5. ; Astronomy Club Morris Weiderhorn Accounting 20 Greendale Rd., Mattapan Dean ' s List 4, 5; Cross-Country 1; Fraternity Comptroller 2, 3, Potentate 4; Lavp and Accounting Club 4, 5; Banking and Finance Society 3. Sigma Kappa Psi Donald W. Van Tuyl Civil Engineering North Rd., Greenport, L. L, N. Y. Senate, Treasurer 5; Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4, 5. Interfraternity Basketball; Cauldron Junior Staff, Photographic Editor 5, Band 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Em- pire State Club 1, 2; B.S.C.E. 4; N.U.C.E.S., Treasurer 5; Student Union 1. Beta Gamma Epsilon William Weintraub - • Liberal Arts (English) 134 High St., Newburyport Academy; Dean ' s List 3, 4, 5 ; Carl Schurz Memorial Prize in German; Neivs 5; Glee Club 4. 66 -4 J » k Allan Wilson Chemical Engineering 114 Elm Hill Ave., Roxbury A.C.S. 3; A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Kappa Zeta Phi Richard S. Whipple Mechanical Engineering 30 Madison Ave., Newtonville Track 1, 2, 3, 4; A S.M.E. 5. Francis Wisgirda Mechanical Engineering 914 Washington St., Norwood Freshman Honor List; Football Manager 1; A. S.M.E. 4, 5. Robert L. Wilbur Industrial Engineering 43 Commonwealth Ave., Marlboro S.A.M. 3, 4. A.I.E.E. 3, 4, 5. Everett M. Woodward Elecrical Engineering Winterport, Maine Russell L Williams Industrial Engineering 42 Elm Ave., Wollaston Track, Assistant Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Manager 5, Cross-Coimtry Manager 5; Student Union 1, 2, 3; Class Dance Committee 3; S.A.M. 5. Alpha Kappa Sigma William D. Yancey Chemical Engineering 83 Martland Ave., Brockton Football 1 ; Track 1, 2. Phi Gamma Pi Richard J. Wills Mechanical Engineering 358 Main St., Medfield A. S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. Bruce W. Young Chemical Engineering 2 Selwyn Rd., Belmont Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2, 3; Class Nominating Committee 2; Cauldron Junior Staff; A.C.S. 2, 3- A.I.Ch.E. 4, 5. Wilfred H. Wills Mechanical Engineering 358 Main St., Medfield A.S.M.E. 3, 4, 5. 67 • ' 4 Henry V. J. Zaiewski Electrical Engineering 33 Rawson St., Dorchester Freshman Honor List; Dean ' s List 5; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Radio Club 3, 4, 5; Mechanic Arts High Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Senior Week Committee; Class Nominating Committee 5; A.LE.E. 2, 3, 5, Executive Committee 4. Wilbur C. Ziegler Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 40 Warren St., Arlington Dean ' s List 4. 5. Edward J. Zardeskas Liberal Arts (English) 41 Rosemont St., Dorchester Football 1 ; Hockey L Joseph Zimmerman Electrical Engineering 32 Starbird St., Maiden Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2; News 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, Leader 3; Band 1, 2, 3; A.LE.E. Kappa Zeta Phi A. N. Tse Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 29 North Margin St., Boston Dean ' s List 5; Debating Society 2; German Language Club 3 ; International Relations Club 2. Joseph R. McGonigle Liberal Arts (English) 51 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Boston Dean ' s List 4 John J. Apolis Nathan Aron John S. Boudreau Jacob R. Bukala Roger L. Corey Arnold E. Daum Sevo J. Dimitri Bernard N. Falkoff B. George Frizzell Bernard J. Gaffney Edward T. Gauld Robert J. Ginther Walter T. Grady Donald C. Hardie John D. Henderson Elias B. Hiltunen Hartley F. Hutchins Paul W. Jack Alfred Keck Ralph D. Kodis Julius J. Maccini Albert S. Makas Reubin J. Margolin Thomas C. McDonough Alexander MacEwan, Jr. Ernest W. McKenzie, Jr. Russell Milham Harold B. Morris Joseph M. Nee Donald S. Pattershall Richard N. Peale Donald B. Pearson Nickos V. Petrou Herbert W. Pottle, Jr. Manuel Rimer William H. Rogers, Jr. Frank A. Rosenkrans Stephen G. Sevougian Sigmund W. Stawicki Loring M. Thompson Charles A. Tracy, Jr. Albie N. Tse Carl Van Bennekom, Jr. Donald W. VanTuyl Morris Weiderhorn William Weintraub Henry V. Zalewski Wilbur C. Ziegler SENIOR DEAN ' S LIST 69 ' w , a ' ' " ' ' t|MHB| ' 7 - l ■,« -. .■■• T.pr •- k - _ ■i u " ' ._ Hl 1 01 : Siiiilli. Clleason. Kelley, DeNapoli Un Table : AIcAuley Seattfd: Gerry, Anderson Arthur S. Anderson Presidents David C. Gerry Gerard R. DeNapoli Vice-Presidents Lewis B. Smith Robert W. Irehmd Secretaries Walter B. Kelley Thomas M. McAuley Treasurers Thomas L. Gleason Mr. Rudolph M. Morris Faculty Adviser JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 70 Sanborn. Chipman, Laakso, Hill. Dacey, Prof. Tatton Edward F. Dacey Presidents Rudolph A. Laakso William E. Sanborn Vice-Presidents John C. Chipman Eugene H. Garlick Secretaries Dana L. Hill James F. Sanford Treasurers George E. Tuffin Prof. Gerald R. Tatton Faculty Adviser MIDDLER €LASS OFFICERS 71 leker. Shirley, Hill, Morse, Austin, Leonard H. Russell Austin, Jr. Presidents Roger J. Leonard Ernest J. Colantonio Vice-Presidents Richard A. Morse Tillman C. I ' harp Secretaries Rowland B. Hill Roger J. Broeker Treasurers George C. Shirley Prof. Albert F. Whittaker Faculty Adviser SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 72 ond Row: W;ird. Cameron. Horn. Prof. Haskins First Row: Greenwood, Chesley Earle M. Chesley President Edwin E. MacFarland Vice-President Robert D. Home Vice-President Paul W. Cameron Secretary Francis F. Ward Treasurer Prof. Elmer E. Haskins Faculty Adviser FRESHMAX CLASS OFFICERS 73 HONORS RALPH D. KODIS. ' 40 Dean ' s List Scholarship Highest ranking student in the Junior Class, l938-39 LAURENCE S. UHLAND, ' 41 Dean ' s List Scholarship Highest ranking student in the Middler Class, i938-39 SAUL HAHN, ' 42 Dean ' s List Scholarship Highest ranking student in the Sophojnore Class, l938-39 LYMAN L. ANDREWS, ' 43 Senate Award Highest ranking student in the Engineering Freshman Class, 1938-39 GEORGE W. DEWEY. ' 43 Sigma Society Award Highest ranking student in the Business Administration Freshman Class i9 38-39 74 HONORS MILTON L. CANTOR. ' 43 Academy Award Highest ranking student in the Liberal Arts Freshman Class. I Q 38-39 NORMAN B. CLEVELAND, ' 39 Desmond Fitzgerald Award Oustanding ability in Civil Engineering JAMES J. CONNOLLY, ' 40 Kontoff Cup Good sportsmanship DANIEL W. MILES. ' 40 Alumni Track Trophy Excellence in track ELIAS B. HILTUNEN. ' 40 First Prize Winner Annual Public Speaking Contest 75 HONOR SOCIETIES ORGANIZATIONS CLURS PURLICATIONS MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES J OFFICERS Ralph D. Kodis, ' 40 President Stephen G. Sevougian, ' 40 Vice-President Loring M. Thompson, ' 40 Secretary Donald W. Van Tuyl, ' 40 Treasurer Dean William C. White Faculty Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Albert E. Everett Mr. Mario Giella Prof. Elmer E. Haskins Prof. George H. Meserve, Jr. Mr. George E. Pihl Prof. Edward S. Parsons Prof. Albert E. Whittaker Dean William C. White The Senate is the honor society of the Col- lege of Engineering of Northeastern Univer- sity. Election to this society is based primarily upon scholastic achievement and character, with personality and participation in extra- curricular activities having a supporting but secondary part in the consideration for can- didacy. Consequently, its members regard their election to the society as the highest honor that could be bestowed upon them. The Senate is the oldest of the honorary societies at Northeastern, having been estab- lished in 1921 under the leadership of the late Professor George F. Ashley. Since that time, it has been self-perpetuating, honoring ap- proximately fifteen students in each gradu- ating class with membership. Its outstanding objective is to foster and promote high scholarship and to further in- tellectual interests among the engineering stu- dents at Northeastern. This objective is carried out by means of periodic meetings of a professional and social nature during the year, and the awarding of an annual scholar- ship to the highest ranking student of each Freshman Class. THE SENATE 78 T W W f r fT 1 f fT nee. Ginther, Pearson, Sn ell, Benson, Cronan, Schmieder, Boudreau, Lafferty. Sccc McManus, Reiniger, Johns( Dn, LIpman, Hurley, Petrou, Silsby. First Row: Gaffr •ian. Dean White, Kodis, Van Tuyl. Thompson, O ' Neii, Kelley, Glass CLASS OF 1940 Nathan Aron John S. Boudreau Calvin S. Cronan Sevo J. Dimitri Bernard J. Gaffney Robert J. Ginther Hyman A. Glass Alfred Keck Ralph D. Kodis Alexander MacEwan James H. Nye Donald B. Pearson Nickos V. Petrou Louis G. Reiniger Stephen G. Sevougian Henry F. Silsby, Jr. Loring M. Thompson Donald W. Van Tuyl CLASS OF 1941 Warren M. Benson Walter J. Bonnanno Earl L. Chatterton Ralph A. Coleman Albert E. Goodwin Raymond B. Hurley Albert D. Johnson Israel Katz George A. Snell Walter B. Kelley Robert H. Lafferty Lloyd S. Lawrence Robert N. Lipman Charles F. Marsh Richard O. McManus Stephen J. O ' Neii Albert K. Schmieder THE S E X A T E 79 OFFICERS B. George Frizzell, ' 40 President Laurence S. Uhland, ' 41 Vice-President Thomas L. Gleason, ' 41 Secretary -Treasurer Dean Asa S. Knowles Faculty Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. Sidney R. Bloomfield Prof. G. Raymond Fennell Mr. Rudolph M. Morris Prof. Gerald R. Tatton The Sigma Society is the honor society of the College of Business Administration. Can- didates who have met the high scholastic re- quirements laid down by the constitution of the society are accepted into membership by vote of the current undergraduate members. Highest honors in the College of Business Administration are conferred by election to this society. The Sigma Society was founded in 1925 by Dean Turner F. Garner, the Dean of the College of Business Administration. Orig- inally known as Sigma Delta Epsilon, the so- ciety has adopted the more common name. Each year about ten students in each gradu- ating class are honored with membership. Its function is to encourage and reward scholastic attainment among the students of business administration at the University. A feature of this objective is the granting of a scholarship each year to the highest ranking business administration student of the Fresh- man Class. SIGMA SOCIETY 80 CLASS OF 1940 Jacob R. Bukala Arnold E. Daum B. George Frizzell CLASS OF 1941 Thomas L. Gleason Arthur A. Harper Edward F. Hennessey Calvin E. Josselyn Thomas M. McAuley James A. Morris Stanley Sandarg Hallam W. Turton, Jr. Laurence S. Uhland CLASS OF 1942 Joseph P. Andrews Saul Hahn James M. McCracken, Jr. Robert D. McNally SIGMA SOCIETY 81 OFFICERS Albert S. Makas, ' 40 President James G. Cassanos, ' 40 Vice-President Reubin J. Margolin, ' 40 Secretary- Treasurer The Academy- is the honor society of the College of Liberal Arts. As in its brother or- ganizations in the Colleges of Engineering and Business Administration, election to this society is based upon high standards of schol- arship and character. Election to this honor- ary body is a sign of distintive achievement. The Academy, the youngest of the honor societies, was founded in 1937. Its member- ship is as yet small, but is increasing with the growth of the College of Liberal Arts. Its constitutional standards are to be kept intact, however, even though the membership remain small. The purpose of the Academy is to promote scholarly activities among the students of lib- eral arts and sciences. Part of this objective is stimulated by the offering of an annual scholarship to the highest ranking Freshman in the College of Liberal Arts. Dean Wilfred S. Lake I ' aciiltv Adviser THE A C A D K M Y ' 82-- CLASS OF 1940 James G. Cassanos John D. Henderson Albert S. Makas Reubin J. Margolin Ernest W. McKenzie Russell Milham Harold B. Morris Edward Segal William Weintraub CLASS OF 1941 John H. Boyajian Russell T. Kennefick CLASS OF 1942 Richard F. Raymond THE ACADEMY ' 83 OFFICERS James E. Johnson, ' 40 Presidents Robert J. Anderson, Jr., ' 40 Ralph D. Kodis, ' 40 Vice-Presideii ts Daniel W. Miles, ' 40 James H. Nye, ' 40 Secretaries Calvin S. Cronan, ' 40 Edward F. Dacey, ' 42 Treas Thomas L. Gleasnn, ' 41 Dean Harold W. Melvin Faculty Adviser STUDEXT COUNCIL 84 CLASS OF 1940 Ronald C. Davis Curtis R. Ganong James E. Johnson Ralph D. Kodis James H. Nye Loring M. Thompson Robert J. Anderson, Jr. George W. Beale Calvin S. Cronan Arnold E. Daum Albert S. Makas Daniel W. Miles CLASS OF 1941 Arthur S. Anderson Gerard R. DeNapoli James A. Morris Stanley Sandarg Ralph A. Coleman Thomas L. Gleason Walter B. Kelley Milton H. Leonard CLASS OF 1942 John H. Caswell Frederick M. Cusick Edward F. Dacev John C. Chipman Francis L. Dwyer William W. Robinson CLASS OF 1 943 H. Russell Austin George L. Richardson Edward C. Stearns Ernest E. Whitney STUDENT COUNCIL 85 Second Ro:,:: Lord, Card. Glcason, Rirn:crv flrsl Rom: Saiidarg. McAuley, Dean Knowles, Beaie, 1-iizzcll Dean Asa S. Knowles, Faculty Advhfr CLASS OF 1940 George Beale W. Bradley Corson B. George Frizzell CLASS OF 1941 James H. Cullen Thomas L. Gleason Donald H. Lord Thomas M. McAuley E. Stuart Rumery Stanley Sandarg CLASS OF 1 942 Joseph P. Andrews Harry A. MacQuarrie Frederick M. Cusiclc George E. Richardson Richard Wadleigh CLASS OF 194. Edward T. Barry Fred S. Card, Jr. Robert E. Hogaii Ernest E. Whitney College of Business Ad?ni7iistratio7i DEAN S CABINET 86 Dean Wilfred S. Lake, Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1940 Ronald C. Davis Raymond V. Johnson Albert S. Makas Ernest W. McKenzie CLASS OF 1941 Arthur S. Anderson Russell T. Kennefick James A. Morris Raymond S. Yetten CLASS OF 1942 John H. Caswell Edward F. Dacey Thomas H. MacDonald Simon Nathenson CLASS OF 1 943 H. Russell Austin Donald L. Ellison Thomas F. Gogan Francis W. McKenzie College of Libe? ai Arts DEAN ' S CABINET 87 OFFICERS Howard R. Cushman, ' 40 Presidents Arnold E. Daum, ' 40 Nathan Lepinsky, ' 40 Vice-Presidents William T. McCarthy, ' 40 John J. Cogan, ' 41 Secretaries Wallace E. MacQuarrie, ' 40 Dr. Charles W. Havice Faculty Adviser ADVISORY BOARD Dean Carl S. Ell Dean Harold W. Melvin Dr. Newton C. Fetter Prof. Edward S. Parsons Dr. Charles W. Havice Dean William C. White STUDENT r N I O ] Sanboni. McNeil, Sibley. IVeedle. Robbins. Goodman. Stcond Ro . Nathenson. Goodwin, Waide. Sutliff. Monl(. First Row: Cushman. Daum. Beale, McCarthy, Kushner COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN William E. Sanborn, ' 42 Robert H. Willis, ' 43 Francis W. McKenzie, ' 43 David Kushner, ' 40 C. Browning Hamilton, ' 43 George E. Deneke, ' 42 Charles W. Jackson, ' 41 James G. Cassanos, ' 40 Clinton P. Mott, ' 42 Intercollegiate Religious Social Welfare Service Financial Publicity Freshman Relations Walter I. Kennedy, Jr., ' 42 Russell T. Kennefick, ' 41 Russell Milham, ' 40 Leo Cidulka, ' 41 Henry Twedle, Jr., ' 42 Harold P. Morris, ' 40 George E. Deneke, ' 42 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Stanley W. Beecher, ' +1 Roger A. Bisbee, ' 43 Roy K. Bjorkman, ' 41 Walter A. Bong, ' 43 Roger J. Broeker, ' 43 Harold F. Brown, ' 40 George D. Cameron, ' 44 Paul W. Cameron, ' 44 Alfred J. Chalow, ' 43 Walter M. Chase, Jr., ' 43 Constantine Collatos, ' 41 Ronald C. Davis, ' 40 John W. Ferguson, ' 43 Arthur E. Forbes, ' 43 H. Stanley Walter C. Gardner, ' 42 Albert E. Goodwin, ' 41 Philip D. Goodman, " 43 Saul Hahn, ' 42 Roy A. Juusola, ' 42 Leonard Linsky, ' 43 David W. Lovering, ' 44 Roger F. Macomber, ' 44 Leslie H. MacMullen, ' 41 Charles E. Marsh, ' 41 William McNeil, ' 42 Arthur J. Monk, ' 43 Richard A. Morse, ' 43 C. Richard Noble, ' 42 Worrey, ' 44 Dorrance William J. Ogle, ' 41 Ernest G. Oxton, ' 43 Melvin H. Pedell, ' 43 Edward D. Reynolds, ' 44 Graham T. Riggs, ' 44 Leroy F. Robbins, Jr., ' 43 Alexander H. Rutledge, ' 43 Richard A. Sibley, ' 41 Richard D. Sutliff, ' 41 Hyman Tarr, ' 44 David L. Thompson, ' 41 Robert A. VanHorne, ' 43 Robert L. Wadland, ' 43 Walter E. Waide, ' 41 F. White, ' 44 STUDENT UNION ASTROXO IY " Step right up and look at the stars — but you better make your own telescope " would probably be a good slogan for the Astronomy Club; for the making of astronomical instruments is the principal concern of this group, with a secondary purpose of giving general instruction about the heavenly bodies to its members. The first task of every new member is to make a small Newtonian telescope, the so-called " poor man ' s telescope. " The beginner is thus initiated into the art of grinding a telescope mirror without undue loss if a mistake is made. The second step is the grinding of a six-inch Pyrex mirror, which when finished will enable the user to see the rings on Saturn, the moons of Jupiter, blazing nebulae, and other celestial wonders. The club ' s work is not restricted to telescopes. Some of the members have constructed a Foucault testing apparatus which can determine the accuracy of a mirror to one-millionth of an inch. The latest achievement of the group is the construction of an apparatus for coating mirrors with an extremely thin layer of aluminum instead of silver. Raymond B. Hurley ' 41 is president of the club; Herbert C. Alexander ' 41 , vice-president; Hurire E. Melkonian ' 41, secretary; and Robert W. Pierson, treasurer. Prof. C. David Johnson has been adviser to the Astronomy Club since its inception. AVIATION ' ' C P T 9 9 " Hello, Pilot. How many hours have you got. ' " Since October, 1939, this has been the otticial greeting of thirty Northeastern students, members of the Civilian Pilot Training Program sponsored by the Civil Aeronautics Authority. Students outside of this special group are enter- tained with the exploits of these future pilots and in a language colored by their study of aeronautical subjects and hangar talk picked up at the airport. When Prof. Winthrop E. Nightingale, director of the program at Northeastern, announced that students were to be selected for ground school and flight training, every air-minded student in school grabbed at the opportunity. The chosen thirty were given a thorough physical exam by a medical examiner and were immedi- ately launched on a ground school course covering 72 hours, four hours per week. The course, given by Mr. William N. Batty of E. W. Wiggins Airways, Inc., included such subjects as: navigation, meteorol- ogy, theory of flight, engines, instruments, radio aids, history of aviation, and civil air regulations. The seniors who averaged 90 percent or over for the full course were: Joseph M. Devine, Thomas E. McMahon, George H. Baillie, Alfred Keck, James H. Nye, Robert W. Trottier, and Robert O. Hallen. The class average was 86 percent. Twenty students fly at the East Boston Airport, while the other ten fly at the Boston Metropolitan Airport in Norwood. The flight course includes such maneuvers as stalls, spins, slips; precision work and cross-country flights are included, also. During the winter months some of the group experienced the novelty of flying ski-equipped Piper Cub training planes. By the end of June it licenses. expected that the thirty will have fully qualified for their private pilot 90 BANKING AND FINANCE With a hypothetical fund of a million dollars to invest in securities in the stock and bond markets, the members of the Banking and Finance Society have an opportunity to apply some of the theories of the class- room to the actual conditions in the business world. Although the Middler members of the group do all the investing, they base their selections on reports on several of the important industries and on weekly resumes of financial conditions made by the upperclass members of the society. These are followed by informal discussions of the various factors which influence the current market. As a supplement to its weekly meetings the society has had one special evening meeting during each ten-week period. Outside speakers invited to speak on some phase of their work. The officers of the Banking and Finance Society are: Thomas M. McAulev ' 41 H. Cullen ' 41, vice-president; and Charles R. Patterson ' 42, secretary-treasurer. Prof, is the adviser. from the financial world are John -lent; James W. Tuthill nbers of A chain Rich; CAMERA Cultural organizations, based on the pursuit and development of hobbies while in college, fill a definite need among future profes- sional men. Such an organization is the Camera Club, formed five years ago under the guidance of Prof, (ieorge H. Meserve. With participation in several exhibitions and contests as incen- tive, the Camera Club promotes an interest in photography among its members. Through its educational program of lectures and instruction it gives the beginner an opportunity to learn fundamentals and at the same time offers a chance for the more advanced students to learn new and better methods in photographic technique, the executive committee of the Camera Club for the past year were: John D. Lane an; Martin B. Russell ' 42, Division B chairman; and Clifford B. Goodie ' 43, Paul rd D. Stirchfield ' 44, and William H. Watt ' 41. CHESS " No, Junior, those men are not wooden Indians, they ' re just play- ing chess. " Dull as it seems to the uninitiated, chess is a fascinating game to those who understand it. Northeastern ' s Chess Club was formed five years ago to give students an opportunity to learn the game from scratch or to improve their techniques in competition with other students. The club holds yearly tournaments among its members to determine the top-ranking players. In past years the best men have engaged in inter-collegiate competition. If anyone feels astute and hungry at the same time, Prof. Joseph A. Coolidge, the club ' s adviser, has a standing offer of a free meal to the st udent who wins two games in a row from him. Many enthusiasts have gone hungry, for " Joe " is rarely beaten twice in succession. The two presidents of the club, one in each division, are Joseph I. Keesan ' 40 and Mark Sigismund ' 41 ; the secretary-treasurers, Norman S. Silsby ' 42 and Gerard R. DeNapoli ' 41. 91 DEBATING The activities of the Debating Club this year have been devoted to laying the foundation for the development of a society which in the future may become a vigorous participant in intercollegiate debates. The procedure followed has been that of training men through the medium of intra-club debates. By this means members have developed pro- ficiency in expressing themselves clearly before an audience while at the same time conveying the clearest interpretation of their ideas to their opponents. This year, at the nineteenth annual speaking contest in Jordan Hall, Elias B. Hiltunen, ' 40, was awarded first prize for his address, " Fate of Finland. " Fred M. Cusick, ' 42, won second prize with " Business Comes to Life; " Charles E. Gates, ' 42, was third with " Taxation Without Information; " Gcgrge a. Shanker. ' 41, was fourth with " The Quality of Mercy Is Strained. " Dean Harold W. Melvin presented awards of forty, thirty, twenty and ten dol- lars respectively to the winners. Activities in both divisions are planned by a single council with Samuel J. D ' Agata, ' 41, as chair- man and Mr. Franklin Norvish as adviser. DRAMATIC The Dramatic Club made great advances in its work this year un- der the new name of the " Spotlighters. " The appearance of the ver- satile Walter Colmes ' 40LA sparked the organization into greater activ- ity and the presentation of the mystery-comedy " Post Road " was the result. Under the direction of Colmes the staging of this two-acter, with Dr. Paul E. Reynolds and Mr. Sidney Bloomfield representing the faculty in the cast, was successfully presented for two nights at the Peabody Playhouse. This production was well staged and well directed by the students who learned a great deal about staging, directing, and acting from this performance. For the past few seasons the Dramatic Club has not presented any members hope to continue next year where they left off this year and es at least one full-length play a year. Simmons College collaborated with the " Spotlighters " in presenting for the play. They also participated in a one aa play, " The Valiant, " March. Dancing in Bates Hall followed the presentation of the play. Louis Michaelson was the president of this year ' s organization and treasurer. Dr. Paul E. Reynolds acted in an advisory capacity. large productions and the club tablish a precedent of producing " Post Road " by supplying girls which the club presented in Leo Jerzyk served as secretary- FRESHMAN HAND BOOK Foolish indeed is the mariner who sets out to cross an unknown sea without first mastering the rudiments of navigation. Foolish too is the bewildered Frosh who sets forth on his college career without the aid of a Freshman Handbook in charting his course. Many are the pitfalls which lie in wait for the newcomer who does not have available a ready source of information on Freshman regulations, activ- ities, organizations, and other general data. Organized and distributed by the Student Union, the Freshman Handbook was edited this year by Robert J. Anderson ' 40 with Profes- sor Waldemar S. McGuire acting as adviser. 92 GERMAN LANGUAGE Almost everyone cherishes a desire to be " Bohemian " in cultural tastes, choice of food, mode of living, and knowledge of foreign lan- guages. The German Language Club h elps students in fulfilling this desire by giving them an opportunity to use their knowledge of German in ways that give them entertainment and a greater appreciation of foreign customs and literature. The members of the club enjoy themselves at evening meetings while gaining a better understanding and speaking acquaintance with the German language. At semi-monthly meetings moving pictures are shown, recordings played, and German plays are presented by the club members. Although this group is only a year old, it has grown steadily under the guidance of Prof. Charles F. Barnason. It is an attractive organization in that it offers an opportunity for cultural devel- opment in a way that is entertaining. A group of this sort helps to develop lasting values and tastes in undergraduates. Julius J. Maccini ' 40 and Bernard N. Falkoff ' 40 are the two presidents of the club; Bernard Pome- rantz ' 41, the secretary; Benjamin Levin ' 40, the treasurer; and William Wallace ' 41, the chairman of the social committee. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Under the capable guiding hand of Professor Hamilton the Inter- national Relations Club has progressed with great strides. The prin- cipal purpose of the club is to study and discuss those national and international problems and events which vitally concern our American economic life and institutions. A new plan for conducting meetings was adopted this year where- by four men were chosen to prepare talks on a particularly timely eco- nomic subject. After these men gave their speeches there followed a period of an hour devoted to a question and discussion session. Activities of the club were not confined to the limits of intra-club debates. Representatives were sent by the I. R. C. to several intercollegiate conferences at New England colleges. The procedure followed at these conferences is much the same as that used in the new discus- sion method of the Northeastern society. The keen interest in economic relations, the " boiling pot ' of European economic activity, and the chance to adapt certain theories learned in the classroom were the main causes for the success of the club this year. LAW AND ACCOUNTING Discussion meetings pertaining to some phases of law and account- ing practices, with special emphasis on problems which might be faced by the young accountant, are the main interests of the Law and Ac- counting Club. In the meetings this year students have given talks on several accounting problems, discussions were held on several famous law cases, and Prof. Alfred D ' Alessandro, the club ' s adviser, devoted two meet- ings to Savings Bank Life Insurance. The topics of interest covered a wide scope and resulted in general participation by all members. The officers of the club are: Donald R. Sellers ' 41 and Kenneth Brierly ' 42, presidents; Robert F. Reid ' 42 and Robert D. McNally ' 42, vice-presidents; William J. Cobb ' 42 and Arne F. Lofgren ' 42, secretary-treasurers. 93 M A T H E »I A T I C S Most important of the activities of the Mathematics Cliih during the 1939-40 season was the meeting at Northeastern of the Greater Boston Mathematics Clubs Association, which about 120 students from eight colleges attended. Prof. Elmer E. Haskins is permanent faculty adviser of this intercollegiate group, now in its second year, and James G. Cassanos, ' 40, was president of the association for the past year. The increased activity of the Mathematics Club this past year is due, in part, to the fact that for the first time in its history freshmen were admitted to membership. The club, founded in 1931, is one of the oldest non-professional societies in the university. Cassanos was president of the Mathematics Club; the other officers were: Gregory Nazarian, ' 43, vice-president; Abraham E. Landsman, ' 41, secretary; and Edward Segal, ' 40, treasurer. The members of the executive committee were: Bernard J. Gaffney, ' 40, Hans V. Bach, ' 44, and Edwin Burger, ' 44. Professor Haskins was adviser. RADIO ' ' V 1 K B M " The new spacious quarters of the Radio Club, in the Penthouse of thTWest Building, seem to be an incentive for the club members to make station ' WIKBN one of the foremost amateur stations in New England. This year the control system has been completely remodeled and several new pieces of equipment have been purchased. With the new control system an operator can switch from the receiver to the transmitter or to a telephone connnection from a single panel control board. The trans- mitting equipment has been greatly improved and in tests has been very strong. Several calls from Northeastern have been picked up clearly as far avray as the ' West Indies. The interest in the Radio Club for the current year is shown by the large increase in members who are working for their amateur licenses. At present twenty out of the fifty members are licensed and have their own call letters. Through contacts with other universities the Radio Club performs a service in promoting intercol- legiate goodwill and gives its members an opportunity to make friends throughout the nation. James H. Nye, ' 40, and Louis H. Schall, ' 42, are the presidents; William F. Richardson, ' 40, and Walter M. Chase, Jr., ' 43, are the secretary-treasurers. Dr. Carl F. Muckenhoupt is the faculty adviser. The president of the Rifle CI served in the other executive pos treasurer; Vernon Carpenter ' 42 yea is the adviser. RIFLE Pure competition, uncolored by cheering spectators or ballyhoo pub- licity is the lifeblood of the Rifle Chib. Under the guidance of Mr. Belyea thi s organization carries on an active program which aims at main- taining a successful varsity Rifle Team which enters intercollegiate competition. This past year the Rifle Team became affiliated with the New England College Rifle League. Although winning only five of its fifteen matches, the team was able to win fourth place in the League shoulder to shoulder tournament which was held at the end of the season with ten teams competing, ub during this year was Robert E. Chaffee ' 41. The following men iitions: Rupert Grahn ' 44, vice-president; Albert Goodwin ' 41, secretary- , ordnance officer; and Hugh Simms ' 42, publicity. Mr. Byard C. Bel- 94 UNIVERSITY WITS The past winter an embryo organization appeared in Northeastern but as yet it has not gathered sufficient protoplasm unto itself to be- come outstanding among the other amoebas. Nevertheless, the Univer- sity Wits are cultured. The literati of the University assembled on two occasions at the Colonial Kitchens on Beacon Hill for supper meetings. At the first meeting John Ritchey, writer for the Christian Science Monitor, spoke to the group on the subject, " What is Writing? " The second meeting consisted of a lecture by Mr. Kentza, curator of the Widener Library of Harvard Library. He spoke on the essence of poetry to a fascinated audience, who marveled at the speaker ' s knowledge of literature. Dean Melvin procured these two outstanding speakers who led the group in sparkling discussions of the art of writing. Next year the Wits will attempt a more varied program, but the meetings this year were very successful and enlightening for a starter. ! The members of the group included Raymond V. Johnson ' 40LA, Hartley F. Hutchins, ' 40LA, Harold B. Morris HOLA, James G. Cassanos ' 40LA, H. Russell Austin •+3LA, William R. Ziegler ' 41LA, W. Bradley Corson HOBA, Richard N. Peale ' 40LA, Simon Nathenson ' 42LA, and Charles A. Tracy ' 40LA. Navy, and others position. YACHTING A strong smell of the sea, tarred hemp, and old grog wafted across the campus October 3, 1939, as a large group of students and faculty gathered in true regatta spirit to launch a new Northeastern University Vacht Club. Several attempts had been made in the past to build up a club, but so many problems arose that these early efforts were beached. However, it was inevitable that the yachting blood coursing through the University should find a common channel. Sixty-five active mem- bers, half of whom own their own boats, attest to this fact. The club has taken steps to enter the Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association, an organization made up of such colleges as M. L T., Harvard, Yale, already under way to procure boats to further strengthen the club ' s A wide v ariety of informal meetings, rocking-chair sessions to lectures by well-known yachtsmen, keeps up a lively interest during the winter months. An insignia, a black " N " interlocked with an arrow pointing northeast against a red and white background, has been designed and adopted after much deliberation. The officers this year are: Raymond O. Dion ' 41, commodore; Carter Fillebrown ' 41, vice-commodore; Arthur F. Hartford ' 41, secretary-treasurer; George N. Dexter ' 44, ass ' t. secretary-treasurer. Prof. Rudolf O. Oberg is adviser to the club. 95 Third Row: Pruter. Austin. Kilcv, Cimobcil Second Ron-. Aron. Carleton. CuUen. McAuley. Johnso,, ■St Row: McKenzle. Davis, Colhtos. Feinberg, Rubin, Pedcll Ronald C. Davis, ' 40 Saul Hahn. ' 42 Edmund A. Mroz, ' 42 Gardner E, Campbell, ' 44 Rubin Shnaper, ' 44 Constantine N. Collates, ' 41 H. Russell Austin, ' 43 Thomas M. McAulev, Hugo R. Pruter, ' 44 Carl H. Johnson, ' 41 Clarence VVainwright, ' 44 John Stepasiuk, ' 41 Melvin Pedell, ' 43 Dwight C. ' Woodruff, ' 43 Sidney McCartney, ' 44 Donald Schein, ' 43 News Staff Ernest G. Oxton, ' 43 Albert S. Makas, ' 40 Alvah E. Prescott, ' 43 Nathan Aron, ' 40 Sports Staff Alan Bikofsky, ' 44 Edward Steacie, III, ' 43 Feature Staff fames H. Cullen, ' 41 Henry O. Rose, ' 44 Francis W. McKenzie, ' 43 Advertising Staff Stuart Woodworth, ' 43 Dorrance White, ' 44 Circulation Staff Stephen Agocos, ' 41 John H, Russell, ' 44 Harrv Rubin, ' 41 W. Raymond Chase, ' 41 Photographic Staff Milton Feinberg, ' 41 Phillip E, Johnson, ' 44 John T. Kiley, ' 44 Thomas E. Stretton, ' 43 George Crowdis, ' 42 Edward Colt, ' 42 William Knowles, ' 44 Charles V. Haas, ' 41 John C. Moore, Jr., ' 41 Robert S. Dovle, ' 44 James Morr Walter Pol Russell Carleton, ' 44 James MacCullum, ' 44 Charles Marsh, ' 41 Joseph Feinberg, ' 44 THE X E W S STAFF 96 Arnold E. Daum, ' 40, Editor-in-Chief Stanley Sandarg, ' 41, Business jManager Charles A. Tracy, Jr., ' 40 Hartley F. Hutchins, ' 40 Managing Editors Raymond V. Johnson, ' 40 Mr. Randall W. Hoffmann Faculty Adviser Mr. William T. Cloney, Jr Technical Consultant James G. Cassanos, ' 40 Sheiwin P. Helms, ' 40 Robert W. Trottier, ' 40 John J. Fitzgerald, ' 40 Robert H. Marshall, ' 41 Harold L. Applebaum, ' 40 Raymond V. Johnson, ' 40 Neivs Editors Makeup Editors Feature Editors Sports Editors Circulation Managers Photographic Editors Richard F. ' Wadleigh, ' 42 Advertising lanager Hartley F. Hutchins, ' 40 Simon Nathenson, ' 42 William R. Ziegler, 41 Harold Morris, ' 40 Roy K. Bjorkman, ' 41 Martin B. Russell, ' 42 THE E W S BOARD 97 Thl ' d Ro ' .e: Rofcrs. Glci-on S.niih DcX i 1 Siioiid Roiv.VhUni.Tonas Liffern Tibbcu Gooduin fir_i( ? ,n ' : Kennefick, Barllut Mc.rris Feinberir Mc uley EDITORIAL STAFF Herbert C. Alexander Charles W. Barbour, Jr. Gerard R. DeNapoli Raymond O. Dion Thomas L. Gleason Albert E. Goodwin Russell T. Kennefick Arthur W. Ketcham Robert H. Lafferty David A. Lockerby William R. Ziegler Thomas M. McAuley Louis B. Smith Robert E. Toucey Laurence S. Uhland ' alter E. Waide David C. Gerry BUSINESS STAFF Edward F. Hennessey Milton H. Leonard PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF Arnold S. Bartlett Ralph A. Coleman Norman H. Eckler Miiton L Feinberg Paul S. Jennings, Jr. Russell J. Rogers Orren Tibbetts Maurice Zallen C A I I. II IK O ] .1 I X I O It ST A F F 98 Third Row. Joy. Austin. CarJ. Dacey Second Row: CoUatos, Leto, Carpenter. Plaisted. T)i First Rovi: Nathenson. Cook. Hamilton, Mr. Sewell, OFFICERS Herbert A. Hamilton, " 4.5 President Donald B. Emerson, 44 Librarian Ernest Cook, ' 44 Secretary Wilder Parks, ' 44 Librarian Mr. Charles A. Sewall, Adviser Bertram T. Abrams, ' 43 Fester K. Bolton, ' 43 Kenneth Briefly, ' 42 Fred S. Card, ' 43 Lawrence H, Carpenter, ' 43 Alfred J. Chalow, ' 43 Emmett G. Cleveland, ' 40 Ernest M. Cook, ' 44 Edward F. Dacey, ' 42 Robert C. Daceyl ' 44 Roger B. Dormandy, ' 44 Ernest L. Earle, ' 44 Donald B. Emerson, ' 44 Herbert A. Hamilton, ' 43 Arthur C. Haskell, ' 42 Malcolm fames C. Hebard, ' 43 Howard T. Hill, ' 43 William M. Irving, ' 44 Carl F. Jenkins, ' 44 Daniel A. Joy, ' 43 Paul C. Keir, ' 44 Carl O. Larson, 44 John R. Lavender, ' 43 J. ' alter Leaf, ' 44 Leonard Leto, ' 44 Gilbert A. Marshall, ' 43 Arthur R. McKay, ' 44 Robert D. McNally, ' 42 Frederick A. Moore, ' 43 Lewis T. Nelson, ' 44 Wilson, ' 43 John N. Wilder Parks, ' 44 David A. Pearson, ' 41 Lucien B. Phinney. ' 44 Richard B. Plaisted, ' 43 Alvah E. Prescott, ' 43 Russell A. Pyros, ' 44 Charles H. Randall, ' 43 Leonard E. Ravich, ' 44 Henry T. Rondeau, ' 44 Howard A. Samnelson, ' 43 Robert W. Saumsiegle. ' 44 Richard L. Sprague, ' 44 George W. Walsh, ' 43 Arnold P. Weiner, ' 44 Lawrence T. Wilson, ' 43 Wright, ' 44 f» 1 ¥a ¥. C L IJ B 99 Combellack, ParasUvas Cl.ipp, Sproul. Sibley. Tlioni.is. Van Tuyl. Shepherd. Mayn.ird, DcRoche Mr. Otis F. Cushman Faculty Adviser SAXOPHONES Ralph W. Thomas, ' 44 Arthur F. Maynard, ' 40 Stanley E. Sproul, ' 43 TRUMPETS Fred S. Card, ' 4,3 Roderick VanTuvI, ' 44 William H. Thomas, ' 41 VIOLIN Anastasios Paraskevas, ' 42 DRUMS Richard A. Sibley, ' 41 PIANO Ridgely Shepherd, ' 43 TROMBONE Earle M. Combellack, ' 40 Donald K. Clapp, ' 44 BASS VIOL Francis R. DeRoche, ' 42 IB A C € H A . ALIA . S 100 Leonard F. Wood, ' 41 Director Robert C. Campbell, ' 44 Russell Hirtle, ' 44 Abraham A. Rich, ' 43 Manager Wilbur J. Hogan, ' 43 Grant S. Jensen, ' 41 Assista7it l Ianngers Douglas M. Waddell, ' 44 Libriiridiis Prof. Albert T. Whittake CLARINETS Richard Cassidy, ' 44 Charles Collazzo, ' 44 Bernard R. Nelson, ' 44 Stanley Sproul, ' 43 Merrill M. Stone, 42 John Thompson, ' 44 David L. Webber, ' 44 SAXOPHONES Gene Burton, ' 44 Herbert Flatto, ' 44 Hector E. French, ' 41 Sumner Goldsmith, ' 44 Robert B. Heller, 44 Horace G. MacKerrow, ' 40 Frederick W. Robbins, ' 43 Udel K. Rosenberg, ' 44 DRUM MAJORS Daniel J. Buckley, ' 42 Phillip Navin, ' 43 BELLS Arthur E. Davis, ' 41 TRUMPETS James H. Brigham, ' 44 Joseph J. Callahan, ' 44 Faculty Advisers Fred Card, ' 43 Spencer Cary, ' 44 Carl L. Finnegan, ' 43 Guy R. Hartford, ' 44 Warren Howard, ' 43 Marshall E. Kulberg, ' 42 Theodore Meriam, ' 42 Alfred O. Roberts, ' 44 Paul L. Robinson, ' 44 Leo E. Rogers, ' 44 George G. Ross, ' 42 Carlton C. Schmidt, ' 44 Ernest F. Slavin, ' 42 Melvin A. Steinberg, ' 44 Albert Swenson, ' 44 Robert T. Thorpe, ' 43 Roger S. Whalen, ' 44 Robert W. M ' atts, ' 44 TROMBONES John H. Austin, ' 44 Ralph E. Buck, ' 44 Sumner E. Hirshberg, ' ' Robert R. Owen, ' 44 Eugene A. Shute, ' 44 Charles W. Wallis, ' 44 Mr. Sidnev R. Bloomfield DRUMS Richard Akerovd, ' 44 Tames W. Babb, ' 44 Robert W. Daley, ' 42 James A. Dicklow, ' 43 Richard Hagberg, ' 44 David W. Hartwell, ' 42 Ralph J. Jewell, Jr., ' 44 Norman R. Lane, ' 43 John B. Rogers, ' 41 L. Gerald Wahl, ' 42 FRENCH HORNS Jack Dizer, ' 44 Ernest L. Earle, ' 44 Gregory H. Nazarian, ' 43 BARITONE HORNS Edwin R. Bayley, ' 44 David Lovering, ' 44 BASSES Thomas D. Mullin, ' 44 Donald E. Ross, ' 43 CYMBALS Llovd P. Crumb, ' 41 Leonard S. Rubin, ' 44 THE BAND 101 Croup: Paulson. Rozacka. Badala. Mudge. Wadell, Grecnleaf, Oxman. Prof, Wlilttaker, Uj Vincent Badala, ' 42 Leader Martin H. Oxman. ' 43 Manager Douglas Waddel Librarian Francis D. Greenleaf, ' 42 Walter Davidzick, ' 43 Frek Kozacka, ' 44 Robert G. Mudge, ' 42 John Paulson, ' 44 Prof. Albert E. Whittaker Faculty Adviser B A X J O 1 L II B 102 Smitli. Chalow FIRST VIOLINS Reubon B. Giitcheon, ' 4+ Charles R. Hewson, ' 41 Robert Wasserman, ' 43 CELLO Knowlton B. Brown, ' 42 SECOND VIOLINS Alfred J. Chalow, ' 43 Harry M. Hilton, ' 44 Donald W. Robinson, Jr., Robert S. Smith, ' 43 VIOLA Carl M. Frutkoff, ' 43 CLARINETS Bertram Spiller, ' 43 David L. Webber, ' 44 Arthur F. Weber, Jr., ' 44 FLUTE Leslie E. Priestman, ' 42 CORNET Bertram Spiller, ' 43 Donald L. Ellison, ' 43 FRENCH HORN John T. Dizer, Jr., ' 44 TROMBONE Earl L. Chatterton, ' 41 PERCUSSION George A. Pothier, ' 43 Phillip N. Savage, ' 40 PIANO William D. Pletro, 42 MANAGER Sidney Green, ' 40 LIBRARIAN Weston F. Prior, ' 42 FACULTY ADVISER Prof. Frederick W. Holmes ORCHESTRA 103 Miles. Grady. Reinifcr, Bamhcr, Bc.ni OFFICERS Louis G. Reiniger, ' 40 Daniel W. Miles, ' 40 President Vice-President John L. Bean, ' 40 Donald W. VanTuyl, ' 40 Secretary Treasurer Prof. Emil A. Gramstorff Faculty Adviser A stride forward in the department of Civil Engineering was made this year with the formation of the new student organization, the Northeastern Uni ersity Civil En- gineering Society. Membership in the society embraces both the local Boston Soci ety of Civil Engineers and the Northeastern Section of the national American Society of Ci il Engineers. Activities include meetings to which local practising engineers and other prominent men bring their knowledge and experiences to the students, and the presentation of papers by the members themselves on some phase of their cooperative work. Beginning in 1939 the student chapter has sent delegates to the Annual Conference of chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers, at which activities are com- pared, papers are presented, and engineering students are brought together by their mutual interest. This chapter was admitted as an associate member in 1939, and in Marcii of 1940 was formally inducted as an active member at a banquet held at Northeastern and attended by delegates from se ' en neighboring colleges. Student members also attended the Conference at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in April 1940. Northeasteiii Ujiiversitv CIVIL K X U I .If E E n I U S O i I li: T Y 104 Thomas C. McDonoiigh, ' 40 Norman H. Eckler, ' 41 Roger L. Core} ' , ' 40 Vincent F. Benson, ' 40 Presidents Vice-Presidents Secretaries Treasurers Prof. Albert J. Ferretti Itunliy Adviser Robert B. Drinkwater, ' 40 Richard O. McManus, ' 41 Carl Lanzilli, ' 40 Harry J. Ferguson, ' 41 The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a professional society organized to bring members together for discussion and observation of professional objectives. These many objectives are integral parts of mechanical engineering, both theoretrical and practical. Founded in 1880, the organization now has a membership of 19,300. Its many benefits, such as Student Branch support, student loan funds, cash prizes for papers, and use of the Engineering Societies Library, are open to all members of the Student Branches. The type of work which has been done in the past, and is still being done, by the A.S.M.E. is best exemplified in the research and standardiza- tion projects such as the A.S.M.E. Boiler Construction Code. Its publications, which members receive regularly, are the Transactions, " Mechanical Engineering, " which the student members receive, the " Mechanical Catalog, " Society Records, and Membership List. America?i Society of MECHANICAL Ej GINKEKS 105 Third Rote: Cluttcrtoti, Dickoy. S.i Second Row: MacEivan. Stawickl, Robins. Fint Roto: Malioncy. Klemm. Benson. 1 ns, Howard Barmarkian. Fos O ' Nell. Lapham Thomas J. Pearson, ' 40 Warren M. Benson, ' 41 George H. Klemm, ' 42 OFFICERS Presidents Secretaries Treasurers Prof. Roland G. Porter Faculty Adviser Nickos V. Petrou, ' 40 Stephen J. O ' Neil, ' 40 Edmund Lapham, Jr., ' 42 Research is the lifebhiod of science. The Northeastern chapter of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in recognizing this fact encourages members of the organization to do original work in the field of electrical engineering. Papers on this type of work are presented at weekly meetings. The best paper selected from those presented during the year is then eligible to compete with papers from other colleges in New England and New York state for a regional prize. Through affiliation with their student chapter men of Northeastern come to realize early in their college careers that the ' belong to a large body of men whose aim it is to improve and develop the science of electrical engineering. Membership entitles the men to benefit from employment and library service, to hear lectures by outstanding men in the profession, and to participate in plant inspection trips. Meetings of the chapter are planned by an executive committee composed of the chapter officers and two men from each division of each class. American Institute of K L E C T R I € A I. E X O I X E E R i 106 Sfi-onJ Row: Stoddard. Rand. Bailey, Besse, Bou. Fir,t Row: Prof. Baker. G.iffney, .Anderson. Smi OFFICERS Robert J. Anderson, ' 40 President Bernard J. Gaffney, ' 40 Vice-President Henry J. Silsby, ' 40 Secretary Prof. Chester P. Baker Faculty Adviser Lewis B. Smith, ' 41 Vice-President Samuel Drevitch, ' 42 Treasurer The Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers has now completed three successful years as a Northeastern organization. Each year there has been a marked increase in membership. Membership is open to all Chemical Engi- neering upperclassmen while Liberal Arts students may become associate members. Meetings are held at monthly intervals during the school year. The speakers at each meeting are guests from some particular industrial concern and cover a wide range of topics. The most popular event of the year is the annual banquet at which the officers for the coming year are announced. The speaker at the annual banquet usually is from a non-chemical field. Also, at the banquet, an award of a pin and a certificate of merit is given by the parent society to the chemical engineering student with the highest scholastic average during his first two years of school. The business of the society is carried on at council meetings. The council consists of the officers of the society and a Division A and Division B representative from each class. At the annual Open House of Northeastern, the members of the society have charge of the exhibits and experiments shown in the Chemical Engineering Laboratory. American histitute of CHEMICAL EXGIXEERS 107 Emery E. Freeman, ' 40 AVillfam R. Flowers, ' 41 Curtis R. Ganong, ' 40 Arthur F. Hartford, Jr., ' 41 Thomas E. McMahon, ' 40 Presidents J ' ice-Presidents Secretaries Treasurers Publicity Directors Prof. William T. Alexander Faculty Adviser Orren A. Tibbetts, ' 41 Robert T. Holland, ' 41 Roy E. Monson, ' 41 Erwin N. Taylor, ' 41 Thomas Hollis, ]v. ' 41 The Northeastern chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Management is the professional society serving the interests of students studying Industrial Engineer- ing. Organized for the purpose of advancing the theory of management, the society is chiefly interested in those problems dealing with production and administration in industry. Specific activities of the student branch of the S. A. M. include monthly meetings, round-table conferences on such subjects as time and motion study, personnel, produc- tion control, and job evaluation. Added features are the student chapter conferences and the R. I. Rees annual essay contest in which a prize of $50.00 is awarded for the best paper on some management subject. Society for the A W V A iV t E 31 E X T OF 31 A A U E 31 E . T COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 108 I sp Robert F. Reid, ' 42 Carl H. Johnson, ' 41 Leonard K. Adams, ' 41 Richard E. Brown, ' 41 Stanley Sandarg, ' 41 Presidents Vice-Presiden ts Secretaries Treasurers Publicity Directors Mr. Henry M. Cruickshank Faculty Adviser Wallace E. McQuarrie, ' 40 Joseph P. Andrews, ' 42 Kenneth Brierly, ' 42 Leslie H. MacMullen, ' 41 George B. Crowdis, ' 42 The newest addition to the roster of professional societies at Northeastern is the student chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Management organized in the College of Business Administration. Although similar to the chapter of this organization which exists in the engineering school, this new group will fill a definite need in dealing with management as it concerns the non-technical business man. The three-fold purpose in organizing this chapter is briefly as follows: 1. To provide Business Administration students with a branch of a national so- ciety in a field where there is no such organization at present. 2. To extend to Business Administration students the privilege of attending as student members the regular meeting of the Boston Chapter of S. A. M. 3. To establish in the College of Business Administration a branch of the busi- ness professional society most frequently found in other colleges of business adminis- tration. Society for the ADVAXCEMENT OF MAXAGEMEIVT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 109 Srro,ul Rozi,: Tr( Falkoff. fini Ro:i-. Wealhcrhy. Prof. rnnn Raymond John H. Weatherby, ' 40 President James G. Cassanos, ' 40 Bernard X. Falkoff, ' 40 J ' ice-Presideiit Vice-President Richard F. Raymond, ' 42 Robert W. Trottier, ' 40 Secretary Treasurer Prof. Arthur A. Vernon Jdviser Five years ago a handful of stalwart members of the first entering class in the Col- lege of Liberal Arts decided to major in chemistrw They found themselves a small minority surrounded on all sides by chemical engineers and without a professional society of their own, at times feared they were losing their identity. With the establishment of the Northeastern University ChemicaF Society this year, made possible by the enlarging of the Department of Chemistry and the increased en- rollment of chemistry majors, this small group, now seniors, felt themselves vindicated. The meetings of the society throughout the year give the members an opportunity to hear problems in pure chemistry discussed by guest speakers. The ultimate aim of the society, w-hich attracted about seventy members in its first year, is affiliation with the American Chemical Society. This aim will probably be attained in the next year or two, according to Prof. Arthur A. Vernon, adviser. Northeaster?! U?ii ' versity • II K i I c: A L S « r I E T Y ALPHA KAPPA S I G I A BETA GAMMA EPSILOX ETA TAU XU X IJ E P S I L O X Z E T A SIGMA KAPPA PSI KAPPA ZETA PHI PHI BETA ALPHA PHI GAMMA PI SIGMA PHI ALPHA GAMMA PHI KAPPA nil ......,.., ...i: ., ] • n • j r " r T T , I ' w r Hl M IK ' 1 .J.. ' f . " ■ " ' ' " • - ' j|||| ' -:-;i Ifcfc-; P ' ? f ' : ■ hh - ISsliUlil;!-:;: , " : ;j;;;-J ' ' ' ;|:..:S " » liS ' ' 9,S " s:: ' : v ' -; , ;%•.;;;■-■■ It -- Ijfe X; " S;. w %f f % Bi S ' fonrf Roui: Johnson. Stone, Gagne. DowlinR. Cushman. Pottle, Rvmsha Fmt Ro:v: Irish. Patterson, Garlick, Caswell, Snyder, Gordon. Feinberg Alpha Kappa Sigma John H. Caswell, ' 42 Charles Tongue, ' 42 Beta Gamma Epsilon Howard R. Cushman, ' 4 Herbert W. Pottle, ' 40 Eta Tau ' Nu Michael J. Rymsha, ' 41 A a Epsilon Zeta Frederick Rosberry, ' 41 Charles W. Jackson, Jr., ' 41 Sigma Kappa Psi Emanuel Gordon, ' 41 George J. Snyder, ' 41 Phi Beta Alplia James E. Giles, ' 40 Charles O. Anderson, ' 42 PJii Gamma Pi Wilfred H. Gagne, ' 40 John Q. Urban, ' 42 Sigma Phi Alpha Alfred G. Irish, ' 42 Walter E. Stone, ' 42 Kappa Zeta Phi Milton I. Feinberg, ' 41 Harold Morris, ' 40 Gamma Plii Kappa Eugene H. Garlick, ' 42 OFFICERS Frederick Rosberry, ' 41 President John H. Caswell, ' 42 Vice-President Eugene H. Garlick, ' 42 Secretary- Treasurer Prof. Edward S. Parsons Faculty Adviser I N T E R - F K A T E R X I T Y COUNCIL 117 TliirJ R K-: Pierson, Bjnlctl. Ford. Bartds, AleMnder De ipnh S,.»„J R„ i Willi Morrissey. F,rst Row: Prof Ziitlinti t .swell MonM.n Holli. P Earle M. Combellack, ' 40 Grand Councillor Thomas Hollis, Jr., ' 41 Grand Scrihe Villiam B. Ravbuck, ' 42 Grand Marshal Edward Shortell, ' 41 Vice-Grand Councillor Charles R. Patterson, ' 42 Grand Questor Prof. Saverio Zuffanti Faculty Adviser Clifford F. Coffin CLASS OF 1 940 Earle M. Combellack Russell L. Williams A. Thomas Sundborg, Jr. Herbert C. Alexander James H. Cullen Arnold F. Hillier Joseph H. Nordstrom Charles F. Abend Charles E. Ford David J. Morrissey Ignace J. DaborowskI B ROTH Prof. Chester P. Baker Prof. Joseph W. Zeller CLASS OF 1941 Robert W. Bartlett Cierard R. UeNapoli Thomas Hollis, Jr. Robert W. Pierson Robert J. Wagner CLASS OF 1942 Otto G. Bartels James J. Kilroy Charles R. Patterson CLASS OF 1943 William S. Beecher, Jr. Charles R. Hewson Roy E. Monson Jack R. Sharpe Edward F. Laphair John H. Caswell Charles H. Tongue Lawrence T. Wilson E R S IN THE FACULTY Dr. W. Lincoln Smith Prof. Samuel A. S. Strahan Prof. Saverio ZufFanti A L I II A K A P P x !» I 4p M A I 118 Third Roil-. Sh.iw. Tiveddle, Siinborn. Whitney, Hill. Sicond Row: Hatfield. Ellis. Decker, Little. Ward. Ci.nninEiiam, Baisnett, Chils First Rna-. Varner. Rogers, Pottle. Cushmaii, Shailer. Walton. Tibbetts Howard R. Cushman. ' 40 President Malcolm H. Shailer, ' 40 Secretary Howard B. Cushman Alvin C. Hatfield Malcolm H. Shailer Dr. William F. Luder Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1 940 Wilmot H. Decker Frederick A. Little Herbert W. Pottle, ' 40 1 ' ice-President Gordon B. Whitney, ' 42 Treasurer Herbert C. Hammond Herbert VV. Pottle Elmer VV. Walton, Jr Gerald F. Cunningham Russell J. Rogers CLASS OF 1941 Robert VV. Ireland William M. Shaw Richard Wright Ralph F. Johnson Orren A. Tibbetts Stanley E. Babcock Robert O. Ellis John J. Morton CJordon B. Whitney CLASS OF 1942 Alden Burghardt Paul D. Haynes John F. Mulock Homer E. Chilson Dana L. Hill William E. Sanborn Dean E. Williams Arthur J. Bassnett Henry Tweddle, Jr. CLASS OF 1 943 James F. Jefferson Albert F. Varner, Jr. Richard F. Robie Harvey R. Ward BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. William T. Alexander Prof. Emil A. Gramstorff BETA GAMMA EPSILOX 119 Srcovd Roui: Rvmsha. Sncll, Page. Dr. Haskins first Ro:u: Dowling, Hall, Haskell, Eckler, Madde Russell F. Haskell, ' 40 Grand Tau Norman H. Eckler, ' 41 Tau Secretary-Treasurer Richard M. Madden, " 41 Vice-Tau Prof. Elmer E. Haskins Faculty Adviser John H. Dowling Richard M. Madden Clifford B. Goodie CLASS OF 1940 Russell A. Haskell CLASS OF 1941 Norman H. Eckler Michael J. Rvmsha CLASS OF 1942 Richard B. Hinkley CLASS OF 1943 John F. PaE;e Ian L. Hall George A. Snell CJardner L. Havward Edward F. Qiiigley BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Albert E. Everett Prof. Albert J. Ferretti Prof. Edward S. Par ons ETA TAU X U 120 a a a o a o 1 IHMHlpr ' ll mf bH IK «6 ' TV 951 1 p f I 1 t 1 f w ■ ■«»- %r V V ¥ t an. Juusola, Shepherd, Jackson, Gardne First Row: Mr. Devlne, Willis, Br, Johnson, Waide, Mott, en, Sibley Lorin C. Skiff, ' 40 Walter E. Waide, Jr., ' 41 Grand Master Mr. John J. Devine Vice-Grand Master Charles W. Jackson, Jr., ' 41 Faculty Adviser Frederick W. Roseberry, ' 41 Grand Scribe Grand Chancellor George W. Beale Wallace E. MacQuarrie CLASS OF 1 940 Ralph G. Benson Robert T. Pritchard Frederick J. Dearstyne Lorin C. Skiff Leonard K. Adams Clifford A. Mason Richard A. Sibley CLASS OF 1941 Charles W. Jackson, Jr. Thomas M. McAiilev ' Walter E. Waide, Jr. David A. Lockerby Frederick W. Roseberry Alfred R. Wilcox Knowlton Brown Roy A. Juusola CLASS OF 1942 George E. Deneke Clinton P. Mott W. Curtis Gardner Richard D. Sutliff Roger Bisbee Robert S. Johnson H, Proctor Ogden CLASS OF 1943 Kay S. Blackman Francis McKenzie Alexander H. Rutledge Robert H. Willis Walter A. Bong Richard A. Morse Ridgley Shepherd, Jr. BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Mr. John J. Devine Mr. Albert E. Sanderson Dean Harold W. Melvin Prof. George . Towle Prof. George H. Meserve, Jr. Dean William C. White NU EPS I LO 31 ZETA 121 Srcond Ron-: Sny Marks, Miislker. Wolf. Siuismund. Borofskv, Rothkopf. Kendall. Fox. First Row: Landsman Pass, Mr. Cooperstein. Rosenberg. Gordon .Miller, Weiderhc Maurice A. Pass, ' 40 High Potentate Irving S. Rosenberg, ' 40 Comptroller Faculty Adviser Mr. Louis Cooperstein Morris Weiderhorn, ' 40 Ponteiitate Harvey S. Miller, ' 41 Scribe Maurice A. Pa Leo Cidulka Charles J. Gordon Abraham E. Landsman Irving Shulman Meyer Fox Arnold Borofsky Charles H. Newpol CLASS OF 1 940 Irving S. Rosenberg CLASS OF 1941 Leonard B. Cohen Emmanuel Gordon Bernard S. Pomerantz Mark Sigismund CLASS OF 1942 CLASS OF 1943 Leon R. Horenstein Herbert Rothkopf Herbert Weller Morris Weiderhorn Irwin Elkins Julius Kendall George A. Shanker George J. Snyder Murray Marks Daniel Lasovick Seymour Rutberg BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Mr. Sidney R. Blrjomfield Prof. Charles O. Baird S I € M A K A P !• A l» S I 122 Saafe«fj:Sii: ' :-:i.:! T ' |5 f o « f ' H ' ' Kf H r « H hH m • Vjf " ' " S WJM. -it M W P B» aV P - ' ' ■H fe- CiflUH H 1 2 11 I Hr . r nVfi Roa-: Akell. N:ithens( . Sattm. Lew. Second Rozv. Sicnil.crK. Pedcll. Sladt-r. FrcuiKin. Lt-chter, Aron. Fint Ram: Fe berg. Kodis, Mr. Hellprin. Kushncr, Keesan, Millm.in. Goddess David Kushner, ' 40 Matthew Goddess, ' 40 Joseph I. Keesan, ' 40 Chancellor Corresponding Scribe Recording Scribe Maurice Katz, ' 41 Ralph D. Kodis, ' 40 Mr. Laurence B. Heilprin Bursar Vice-Chancellor Facultv Adviser Nathan Aron Ralph D. Kodis Allan C. Wilson Harold Diamond CLASS OF 1940 Matthew Goddess David Kushner CLASS OF 1941 Milton I. Feinberg Maurice Zallen Joseph I. Keesan Harold B. Morris Joseph Zimmernnan Maurice Katz Robert B. Akell Simon Nathenson CLASS OF 1942 Max M. Lechter Frank Sattin Merrill M. Stone Oscar R. Millman Ernest F. Slavin Albert A. Freeman CLASS OF 1943 Melvin H. Pedell Alvin M. Steinberg KAPPA ZETA PHI 123 James E. Giles, Jr., ' 40 President Richard N. Peale, ' 40 Secretary James E. Giles, Jr. W. Raymond Chase Aldo Figlioli Stanley Sandarg Charles O. Anderson Edward Sproul Mr. Otis F. Cushman Facility Adviser CLASS OF 1940 CLASS OF 1941 William D. Clark Carl H. Johnson CLASS OF 1942 Ru sell S. Hallett CLASS OF 1943 Ernest E. Whitney, Jr. Stanley Sandarg, ' 41 Vice-President Donald R. Sellers, ' 41 Treasurer Richard X. Peale Samuel J. D ' . ' gata Richard A. Limdquist Donald R. Sellers Henry W. Martin Edward S. Tavlor BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. George R. Fennell Mr. Herbert W. Gallagher Dr. Charles W. Havice Prof, Everett C. Marston ■•HI BET A A 1. 1 II A 124 Su-ond Row. Sltarz. Wrightgarden, Dabrowski. Mahei First Ro-jj: Gagne. Schroder, Jeanfavre, Solo ey. Farm Roger E. Jeanfavre, ' 40 President Charles D. McCarty, ' 41 Secretary Wilfred N. Gagne C. Harold Schroder Bernard J. Coiighlin Joseph Barone Robert C. Darling George W. May Mr. George E. Pihl Faculty Adviser CLASS OF 1940 Roger E. Jeanfavre CLASS OF 1941 Leonard C. Farney CLASS OF 1942 Ronald Tubbs John P. Urbon CLASS OF 1943 F. Wright Gardner Leon P. Piatelli John Solovey, ' 40 Vice-President C. Harold Schroder, ' 40 Treasurer Robert G. Newton John Solovey Charles D. McCartv George E. Tuffin John E. Maher Walter J. Sitarz BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Henry E. Richards Prof. Milton J. SchUgenhauf Prof. .Albert E, Whittaker PHI GAMMA PI 125 n !Lt JL9. t rAiVi Rot,;: Briand, Dacey. Richardson. Donaldson, Drummond, Hardv. MacFadcn. Savaec I ' avlor. J-Vro,,, Ro Rogers, Mann. Cook. Urbandt, Vreeland. Thomas. Smith, Weighlman. Ross, Rumerv, Moe.ssner. firil Row: Whit Francis, Uhland, Irish, Loiselle, Dr, Lacount, W. Stone, Hcfron, Burns Paul E. Hefron, ' 41 President Alfred G. Irish, " 42 Secretary William L. Hardy Charles W. Barbour Frank B. Cook Paul E. Hefron William S. Peppard John J. Stepasiuk Kenneth G. Vreeland Charles H. Loiselle, " 41 Walter E. Stone, ' 42 Jice-President): CLASS OF 194 Phillip N. Savage CLASS OF 1941 Robert L, Briand C;. Robert Donelson Charles H. Loiselle E. Stuart Riunery John Telowetski Herbert C), Weightman Laurence S. Uhland, ' 41 Treasurer Dr. Reginald C. Lacount Faculty Adviser Maxwell D. Stone Joseph J, Cegelski Gerald A. CJriffin Irving Mann Lewis B. Smith Laurence S. Uhland . ' ndrew W. Whites Ralph Burns David B, Drummond Alfred G. Irish Herbert J. Rogers William I. Taylor Thomas E. FrancI CLASS OF 1 942 lidward F. Dacey Henry Elksnin Delbert W. MacFaden (jeorge A. Ross CLASS OF Herbert Moess 1 9 4.S Paid E. Dinstiiore Victor L. Hnpkinson Kenneth W. Richardson Walter E. Stone Walter C. Urbanik Edward T, Panci BROTHER IN THE FACULT ' Prof, Cierald R. Tation S I lji M A l» II I A L V II A 126 Sicond Razf. Smith. Trail. Lewis, Lord. Conistocli. G.idick. Kins First Roa: Handy. Starck. Crumb. Johnson, Stone Donald H. Lord, ' 41 President Henry S. Trail, ' 43 Secretary Mr. Rudolph M. ]Morris Faculty Adviser Alfred N. Comstock, ' 40 Vice-President Eugene H. Garlick, ' 42 Treasurer Alfreti N. Comstock Llovd P. Crumb Donald H. Lord Altamount J. Cornwell Douglas C. Handy Marcus Boyle Thomas F. O ' Brien CLASS OF 1940 CLASS OF 1941 Carl B. Johnson CLASS OF 1 942 Merrill D. Furman, Jr. CLASS OF 1 943 . ' ilfred B. Hayes Robert S. Smith Henry S. Trail Donald O. Ferguson Gardner H. Lewis Adelbert R. Reynolds Eugene H. Garlick Russell C. Wright Joseph V. King Russell Starck ROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Prof. Stanley G. Estes Mr. Donald H. MacKenzie Prof. Rudolf O. Oberg Mr. Rudolph M. Morris GAMMA PHI KAPPA 127 FOOTBALL BA i»KETBALL HOCKEY TB ACK CBOSS COITXTBY BASEBALL BIFLEB Y III! u Charles F. Abend, Jr., ' 42 Arthur S. Anderson, ' 41 Edward T. Barry, ' 43 Joseph P. Beaton, ' 41 Marcus J. Boyle, ' 43 Gerald F. Bracken, ' 41 William F. Callahan, ' 43 John F. Campbell, ' 43 Richard H. Carpenter, ' 43 John H. Caswell, ' 42 Arthur H. Chechames, ' 41 Charles Chipkin, ' 42 John C. Chipman, ' 42 Ernest J. Colantonio, ' 43 Edward Colt, ' 41 James L. Cunningham, ' 42 Frederick Ciisick, ' 42 Samuel J. D ' Agata, ' 41 Chauncey Del Grosso, ' 43 Gerard R. De Napoli, ' 41 Samuel Drevitch, ' 42 Paul C. Durup, ' 43 John O. Eckert, ' 41 Arthur B. Field, Jr., ' 42 Charles P. Foster, ' 42 Joseph H. Gallant, ' 42 David C. Gerry, ' 41 Gerald A. Griffin, ' 41 Robert Gurnev, ' 41 Donald R. Hansis, ' 43 Kenneth L. Harding, ' 41 Gardner W. Holmes, ' 41 Joseph F. Howlett, ' 41 James F. Jefferson. ' 43 Carl B. Johnson, ' 41 Colby Kelly, ' 42 Abraham E. Landsman, ' 41 Leo Lennon, ' 41 David A. Lockerby, ' 41 Edwin H. Lovequist, ' 41 Francis S. Mascianica, ' 41 Alan McCarthy, ' 41 Dean P. Morrison, ' 43 Arthur M. O ' Connor, ' 41 Alphonse Pajonas, ' 43 William S. Peppard, ' 41 George A. Ross, ' 42 James F. Sanford, ' 42 George H. Shanker, ' 41 Philip F. Sheridan, ' 43 Sidney J. Siegel, ' 42 Sylvan S. Simon, ' 42 Lewis B. Smith, ' 41 Alex J. Struzziero, ' 41 Cornelius M. Sullivan, ' 41 Wallace F. Sullivan, ' 41 Samuel Swardlick, ' 41 Robert E. Toucey, ' 41 Ronald E. Tubbs, ' 42 Walter C. F. Urbanik, ' 42 Dean E. Williams, ' 42 Jacob Wiren, ' 42 Raymond S. Yetten, ' 41 . Traditions take time. This page launches -what, perhaps, in the distant fu- ture will be a Cauldron tradition. The Cauldron has selected Cornelius M. Sulli- van, ' 41, football captain and track star, as the typical Northeastern athlete in ac- tive varsity competition. A real team man, with spirit to spare, thoroughly liked by his classmates, " Connie " retires this year from the field of sports. As a representative of the group of let- termen herein listed, Connie is presented leaning easily on the " Northeastern Fence, " a symbol of those young men who have brought a greater honor to North- eastern. UNDERGRADUATE LETTER MEX 129 Sad appears the plight of that athletic oddity ' unique to Northeastern — the former star who still is a student, still is eligible for most extra-curricula activities, but no longer is permitted to represent the University in sports. For his freshman year he attracts attention because of his promise, for the next three years he fulfills that promise and be- comes a well-publicized leader in collegiate activi- ties, for his fifth year — what ? In that fifth year he appears just as frequently in the corridors, possesses just as much intelligence and common sense as he did twelve months before, but does he attract as much attention? Does he enjoy as much prestige ? Does he automatically qualify as a forgotten man ? The negative answers to all three of these ques- tions appear paradoxical because they apparently contradict each other. The fifth-year athlete defi- nitely does not attract so much attention, definitely does not enjoy so much prestige, but just as defi- nitely he is not a forgotten man. The point may be clarified by reference to outstanding athletic members of the Class of 1940. Take James Joseph Connolly as the first and best example. James Joseph won widespread recogni- tion as a high school baseball and football player. He added to his fame during his undergraduate years at Northeastern, captaining the football team and playing as a regular in both basketball and baseball. His huge chest provides a fitting back- ground for the big red " N " that marks him as a varsity letter winner. James Joseph ' s lot is quite contrary to that of Gilbert and Sullivan ' s famed policeman, for James Joseph is singularly happy as he completes his col- legiate career without benefit of athletic competi- tion. He no longer is an active participant, but he still is a major figure in college because he built his reputation so firmly. He lacks glamour to fresh- men and sophomores, but he still is popular, still is a friend to those with whom he came in contact athletically. Take the quiet, unassuming John Byrne, whose sensational hockey career made him one of the most publicized athletes in New England circles. Life is progressing for him now just as it progressed last year ; he still rates as a grand hockey player, and as such he still commands admiration from his classmates. Take Danny Miles, the track captain, who jumped higher than any other athlete in North- eastern history; Bill Little, the baseball captain, who led an extremely successful team last fall ; Arnold Kaufman, the tiny guard who made big football opponents shiver. In fact, take any athlete whose name appears in the honor roll on the ad- joining page. Each one misses the actual competition, but none misses the applause. Athletic deeds live after col- lege generations have died. The only difference here at Northeastern is that the former stars are on the scene for a year to see the legends develop. Will Cloriey ANDREW A. BIERENBROODSPOT JOHN R. BYRNE SANTO J. CANNAVA JAMES J. CONNOLLY WILLIAM J. CORCORAN WILMOT H. DECKER CURTIS R. GANONG GARNET L. GIBSON JOHN J. GILL RAYMOND V. JOHNSON ARNOLD KAUFMAN RUSSELL F. KIPPEN FREDERICK W. LEE PAUL M. LEVENSON WILLIAM H. LITTLE JOHN S. LUND WILLIAM E. MacDONOUGH ALBERT S. MAKAS ROLAND J. MARTIN DANIEL W. MILES ROBERT T. PRITCHARD STANLEY L. ROGERS LORIN C. SKIFF MAXWELL D. STONE STANLEY R. TEBBETTS RICHARD S. WHIPPLE SEBflOR LETTER MEX 130 o o B J. J. Fitzgerald " The spirit is willing and the flesh is not weak but such major items as a good passer, a good kicker, and an outstanding runner are missing. " Thus Will Cloney summed up the 1939 football situation in a pre-game writeup in the Alumnus. But what was merely a dis- tressing situation to most students was a two-month headache to Coach Jimmy Dunn and staff, for malevolent gods con- tinued to hurl misfortunes on Jim ' s sunny thatch so that by November the gold had a silvery tint. For the students the 1939 season will be remembered primarily as the one in which the vorld ' s record for jinx holding was in permanent possession of the school at 360 Huntington Avenue. Jim Dunn must have had a premonition of the dark days to come when he sat with the 1938 team at the annual post-season banquet and real- ized that such stars as Jimmy Connolly, Stan Rogers, Arnie Kaufman, Bill Pome- roy, Foxy Flumere, Bill Little, and Baron Bierenbroodspot had donned the Red and Black jersey for the last time. It was unfortunate that the Huskies opened the season with their strongest op- ponent. A star-studded, confident eleven from the wilds of Manchester was to in- augurate the turf-churning season at the Kent Street stadium. It was virtually the same team which a year before had shat- tered the Rose Bowl visions of a high- flying Boston College outfit by battering the Eagles to a scoreless deadlock in a swirling rainstorm at University Heights. The 1939 St. Anselm team was no ex- ception to the fast, tricky elevens Cleo O ' Donnell had turned out in the past, and with leading small-college quarterback Ray McLean barking signals for the Hawks the outcome was inevitable. The Saints gave the Huskies a thorough rub- down, 36 to 7, but Ramblin ' Ray was bot- tled up for the greater part of the after- noon and the Hawks ' vaunted running attack was stopped cold. A rapid-fire aerial barrage by the Hawks paved the way for four touchdowns and set up a fifth. Exactly eight minutes after the kickoff the Hawks scored their first touchdown 132 .,-«1l«»«l«»l , « i w» ' «r«»t!j with Charlie Jaworek snaring a McLean pass for the tally. Before the period had ended St. Anselm had scored two more touchdowns and the Husky side of the scoreboard still contained a lone cipher. The Huskies rallied in the second period with Sonny Yetten, workhorse of the afternoon, sparking a 63 yard drive which placed the leather on the Saints ' four yard stripe. On the next play Ducky Holmes made a circus catch of a Ken Harding pass to chalk up six points for the Dunnmen, and Ronnie Tubbs arched the pigskin over the goal post for the conversion. After this scoring spree the Husky stands were silent for the greater part of the afternoon with Jimmy Dunn tasting his first bitter vetch of the season when Harding went out in the third period with a cracked collarbone. A Husky rally in the final period was cut short and Jack Caswell ' s interception of a pass was the lone gloom- dispeller of the closing moments of the game. The O ' Donnellmen added another triple in the third period and at the final whistle the Red and Black were on the short end of a 36 to 7 score. The next Saturday found the Red and Black eleven at Lewis Field, N. H., with vengeance in their hearts and pictures of Ramblin ' Ray McLean in their minds. It was perhaps over-anxiousness which cost them the game, for despite a Husky tally the Wildcats capitalized on errors to score a brace of touchdowns and a field goal to give them a 15 to 6 victory. The Dur- hamites opened the festivities with a 46 yard advance in six plays sparked by Hall and Clark, " mighty mites " of the Blue and White, who ripped the Husky line to shreds. Hall slammed off tackle for the initial touchdown of the day and the Wild- cats were out in front by a six point margin. Late in the same period Jack Caswell raced around left end behind perfect block- ing to drive 38 yards down the field before being brought down. A series of rushes by Ed Barry and Alec Struzzierio brought the ball to the N. H. five yard marker with " Struzzie " scoring on the next play. The try for point was wide and the score was deadlocked at six all at the start of the second quarter. Horace Martin, substitute guard for New Hampshire, pulled the surprise play of the day when he place kicked a field goal from the twenty yard marker and the 133 Cats clinched the game in the third frame when Gordon crashed over from the seven 5 " ard marker after reeling off 28 yards in the two preceding plays. Jim Jefferson and Captain Connie Siilli an joined Ken Harding on the injured list with the former suffering from two cracked ribs while Sully was hobbling around school the following Monday on a cane as a result of a wrenched ankle. The Bates game, scheduled for the fol- lowing Saturday, loomed darkly on the football horizon that blue Monday after the N. H. tilt. " Struzzie " ' joined the growing list of cripples, and this blow, coupled with the realization that this same Bates team had played a bang-up game against Harvard two weeks previously, did little to brighten Husky hopes of victory. The Bobcats expected little trouble in stop- ping the locals ' attack as Dunn, a former Harlow aide, employed a similar ground offensive to that of the Harvard mentor. A light drizzle and a raw wind swept Garcelon Field the following Saturday when Carl Johnson, acting-captain in place of injured Sullivan, led the Red and Black warriors out onto a muddy gridiron. A few minutes later the gloom of the sky was mirrored in the faces of the assembled Husky fans as Jim O ' Sullivan kicked a 30 yard placement to give the Bobcats a three-point lead which was later to prove the margin of victory. The Cats made it 9 to in the third stanza when Johnson blocked Tubbs ' kick and Plaisted pounced on the leather as it rolled over the goal line. Buccigross con- verted and the Garnet and Black were ten points ahead. Northeastern retaliated later in the same frame when Barry, playing inspired football, intercepted a pass on his own 25 and romped 50 yards down a muddy field without mudcleats. A Yetten to Colantonio pass clicked for 16 yards and two plays later Yetten whaled center for a score. Tubbs ' kick was good and the score read 10 to 7 at the end of the third quarter. The Dunnmen threatened on three sep- arate occasions in the final period opening up a desperate but futile passing attack in the last few minutes of play. North- eastern showed considerable improvement in this fray with both the offensive and defensive clicking. A week of hard work on pass defense had done wonders for the Husky aerial defense and the Cats com- pleted but one pass out of eight attempted. The loss of Gerry De Napoli, who smashed his knee in this tilt, was one of the bitterest blows of the entire season, and the coaching staff had to solve the problem of finding a guard to fill the shoes of this veteran of three years of varsity ball. Tufts was next on the list and as in former meetings between the two the fracas proved to be a spine-tingler with the Huskies playing their best game of the season. This marked the first time since 1935 that the Jumbos had faced the Hus- kies and they were an.xious to wipe out the 6 to 6 tie chalked up on that occasion. As the Medford team had beaten a strong Williams team they entered the game heavy favorites. However, they were driven back a total of 69 yards in the first period but the Huskies failed to reach pay dirt. For three consecutive quarters the two teams battled for a score but neither side was able to penetrate the opponent ' s ten yard stripe. In the final moments of the game 5000 assembled fans came to their feet with a roar when late substitute Jack Caswell snared a Harding pass and ran 45 yards before being nailed on the Tufts 25. Northeastern opened up on passes in the closing seconds but the attack stalled as the final whistle blew. Caswell ' s brief en- trance was a costly one for the Ilion, N. 134 Y., track star suffered a sprained ankle necessitating his removal from the game. The final score: 0-0 — paving the way for a rubber game next year. Both the line and the backfield played heads-up football with Harding and Barry sparking the Backs while Abend, Joe Howlett, and Dean Williams outstanding in the line. The last Saturday in October will go down as a red letter day in Northeastern annals. For Connie Sullivan it goes down as the day he scored his only touchdown in eight years of gridiron warfare ; for North- eastern graduates it will be remembered as the 21st annual Alumni Day; but for 4000 assembled fans at Huntington Field it will be remembered as the day a dazzling Ram eleven smashed a four year jinx by beating the Huskies 7 to 6 in a game which, true to the tradition of former N. U.-R. I. battles, was packed with 60 minutes of spectacular football. Although the colorful Al McCoy-Frank Keaney feud had ended when the former Husky went to Colby, the Ram coach dis- played his usual bag of tricks with a vari- ety of unorthodox formations including a flanker which had the Husky line worried for the first few plays. Coach Dunn had a few tricks of his own, however, and the Huskies opened up a passing attack on the first play of the game which caught the Rams flatfooted. The Husky attack stalled, however, and midway in the initial period Duke Ab- bruzzi nabbed a six yard pass from Warner Keaney and sideline-scampered 37 yards down the turf for his eighth touchdown of the season. Keaney lived up to his reputa- tion as dean of small-college converters by booting the oval between the uprights to give the Rams a 7 to lead. Northeastern ' s score came in the second quarter with Harding heaving a 15 yard pass to Sullivan for a score. The try for point failed and the Rams ' one point lead looked bigger and bigger as the game pro- gressed. The last minutes of the half were devoted to a running duel between Yetten and Abruzzi with the latter being carried off the field in the last play of the period after being hit hard by Joe Beaton and Phil Sheridan. In the third period the Huskies marched 58 yards to the Ram 30 yard stripe but on the next play Duff intercepted a Yetten pass and the Rams held on to the ball for the greater part of the frame. The last period turned out to be a kicking duel be- tween Keaney and Harding with the latter twice kicking the oval from under the shadows of the Northeastern goal posts. The Huskies, reaching a new high in this tussle, outrushed and outpassed the Rams but a couple of muffed aerials cost them the game. That one point lead was suffi- cient to warrant a victory parade down in Kingston, R. I., that Saturday night and another hairline defeat was inscribed on the Husky books. Harding and Sullivan shared playing honors of the day but the line of Boyle, Howlett, Anderson, Abend, Williams, and Johnson come in for their share of laurels. The first Saturday in November was " sophomore day " at Huntington Field for the Red and Black eleven with backs Ed Barry and Abe Winograd plus linesmen Marc Boyle, Phil Sheridan, and Bill Cal- lahan seeing action against the Springfield Gymnasts. And, when I say action, it ' s an understatement. Two Maroon and Gold jerseyed backs, Johnson and Grinnell, pulled about every spectacular play out of their respective helmets with Johnson pull- ing six hip weaving runs for a score in the first quarter and then adding his second with a 65 yard gallop through center. A try for point was good. Grinnell, not to be outdone, jived his way down to the Husky 23 yard stripe in the second frame and then smashed through Northeastern ' s forward wall to score standing up. 135 The Back Bay eleven scored in the sec- ond and last frames with Alec Struzzierio spinning a 16 yard pass to Ducky Holmes for the first six pointer and Ken Harding plunging over the line for the second tally. A Harding to Holmes pass was good for an additional point but the score at the end of the tilt gave the Gymnasts a 19-13 vic- tory over the Huskies. jVIel Warshaw was the big gun in the Husky line while Holmes turned in the best game of his varsity career. Ken Hard- ing again bore the brunt of the ball-toting burden while Struzzie carried off honors for defensive playing. Armistice Day marked the cessation of N. U. grid hostilities and retirement day for eleven fourth-year men. The season ' s finale at Huntington Field with the Up- sala Vikings rang down the curtain on the football careers of Captain Sullivan, Joe Hewlett, Art Anderson, Ken Harding, Ray Yetten, Ducky Holmes, Alex Struz- zerio, Joe Beaton and the injured Gerry Di Napoli and Bob Gurney both of whom had been sidelined for the greater part of the season with leg injuries. The Vikings rolled up an early 20 to lead which the Huskies vainly tried to overcome. Northeastern was on the short end of a 22 to 13 score at the final whistle. Bob Lennon was the individual star of the game as the East Orange frosh had the 3000 assembled fans in an uproar by his spectacular playing. Lennon scored two touchdowns and tossed the pass which re- sulted in a third, kicked two placements, and tossed eight passes of which five were completed. The Huskies ' attack got underway late in the second period with Struzzerio pouncing on a fumble on the Vikings ' 15 yard stripe and in three plays the Red and Black chalked up six points as Ken Hard- ing sped over the goal line. Ken kicked the point. In the third frame the Huskies threatened several times but it wasn ' t until the last quarter that the Dunnmen reached paydirt again. This time it was Sonny Yet- ten who lugged the leather over after he and Ed Barry had sparked a 30 yard drive. So there lies the story of the ' 39 season. From the standpoint of wins and losses the results were definitely on the red side of the ledger but from the standpoint of en- joyable ball games the season was a success. 136 Third Row: Colanti (trad. Caswell. Strii; Ryder, Montimaggi, Starck, Wiren, McCarthy, Smith Levy Boyle, Earth Cusick Srcotid Ru-.r: I ikicIi Mc :n. Hardins. Barry, Tubbs, Holmes, Hewlett, i ' atterson D Agata Firit Row Coach Gallagher, I- lumere V Abend. Anderson, Sullivan. DeNapoli, Warshaw. Johnson, Sanford, Olsen, Coach Kopp, Coach Dunn T H E T E A M Cornelius M. Sullivan, ' 41 (N) Captain Mr. James W. Dunn Head Coach Assistant Coaches Samuel J. D ' Agata, ' 41 (N) Manager Mr. Harold W. Kopp Mr. Herbert W. Gallagher Mr. Peter Merge CENTERS Arthur S. Anderson, ' 41 (N) Philip F. Sheridan, ' 43 (N) Charles F. Abend, ' 42 (N) William F. Callahan, ' 43 (N) Gerard R. DeNapoli, ' 41 (N) Marcus Boyle, ' 43 (N) Arthur Handler, ' 42 Ernest J, Colantonio, ' 43 (N) Gardner W. Holmes, ' 41 (N) Edward T. Barry, ' 43 (N) Milton S. Barth, ' 43 Joseph P. Beaton, ' 41 (N) John H. Caswell, ' 42 (N) Russell E. Starck, ' 43 GUARDS Joseph F. Howlett, ' 41 (N) Charles D. McCarthy, ' 41 TACKLES Fred M. Cusick, ' 42 James F. Jeflferson, ' 43 (N) Dean E. Williams, ' 42 (N) ENDS Carl B, Johnson, ' 41 (N) BACKS Robert Gurney, ' 41 (N) Kenneth Harding, ' 41 (N) Charles R. Patterson, ' 42 Dean F. Short, ' 42 Albert D. Olsen, ' 43 (N) Leon E, Rasenen, ' 42 Jacob Wiren, ' 42 James F. Sanford, Jr., ' 42 (N) Lewis B. Smit h, ' 41 Nathan H. Murphy, ' 43 Cornelius M. Sullivan, ' 41 (N) Alex J. Struzziero, ' 41 (N) Ronald E. Tubbs, ' 42 (N) Abraham Winograd, ' 43 Raymond S. Yetten, ' 41 (N) Constantine C. Collatos, ' 41 ASSISTANT MANAGERS Dwight C. Woodruff, ' 43 F O O B 137 B K E T Harold 15. Morris B Northeastern ' s hardluck varsity basket- ball team staggered through one of the toughest schedules in N. U. hoop history during the 1939-40 campaign. The Hus- kies salvaged only four wins out of 17 games, and none of these were with the consent of the opposition. Harvard, Brown, Tufts, Rhode Island, and Worcester Polytech were just some of the court circuses on the agenda that al- most prompted Coach Jimmy Dunn to settle the whole thing by signing non- aggression pacts with each of these poten- tial powerhouses. When Captain Bob Gurney, Lou Smith, Bob Toucey, Tom Gleason, Art Che- chames, and Soph Al Pajonas reported for practice early in November, Coach Dunn breathed easier. In these men he had the most capable regular outfit in recent years. Gurney had been a leading point-getter in two previous years of varsity play. Smith had been first string since his sophomore ' ear. Toucey, Gleason, and Chechames had two years of varsity e.xperience while Pajonas had caused a mild sensation on the freshman team a semester before. Opening the season the Huskies paid a neighborly visit on Coach Wes Fesler ' s Jawn Hahvahds. Supposed to be the weakest team to represent the Crimson in years, Captain Charley Lutz, Bud Finne- gan, Ed Buckley, and company took just about five minutes of the first period to erase that supposition in summa cum laude fashion. After Tom Gleason had dropped a foul shot for the first Northeastern point of the year, the Cantab courtmen went out to an early lead over the nervous, unsure Dunnmen and stood off a brilliant second half surge of the Huskies to win, 51-38. Pajonas, playing his first varsity game, sank 20 points. He collected most of these when N. U. put on the heat in the latter half of the contest in a vain attempt to catch the Crimson. Less than a week later Captain Gurney and crew went to Medford to engage the strongest Tufts five in a decade. Unlike Harvard Captain Charley Tibbs and his Jumbos failed to disappoint pre-season pre- diction and took advantage of their supe- rior power, 57-43. The lone consolation for the Huskies in this encounter was that Pajonas continued in his disregard of var- sity opposition by scoring 14 points, two more than t he Jumbos ' top man, Tibbs. The Husky hoop men opened their home season against Colby on December 16. The Pine Tree Staters outroughed and out- scored their hosts, 40-23, in a sloppy contest. Having lost three straight encounters Coach Dunn ' s charges met powerful Brown on the evening of December 18 at 138 Providence. The Bears towered over the comparatively small Huskies. The N. U. dribblers vi ere forced to play themselves off their feet to keep up vv ith the smooth combination play of the Brunonians. A series of sensational shots from quarter- court by Pajonas kept the score even for the first half. Most of his two pointers came when he was covered, unable to pass, and forced to shoot off-balance. In the second stanza the Dunnmen used sheer heart and nothing more to stave off the weaving, never-ceasing attack of the Bears. At the three-quarter mark the vis- itors could hold out no longer, and a flurry of baskets, three of them from the skilled hands of Jack Padden, gave the home team an eight point lead which proved to be the margin of victory, 66-58. Again Pajonas was high-scorer for the evening ; this time he accounted for 30 of the Husky markers. Following the Christmas vacation the Red and Black dropped its fifth straight to Connecticut, 61-38. Forwards Herb Peterson and Bob Donnelly collected two points less than the Husky total between them while Gurney and Pajonas led the meager N. U. offensive with eight points each. With a visit to the Rhode Island how- itzers next on the lineup Coach Dunn de- cided to shake up his outfit. In an effort to secure more scoring punch he sent Tou- cey, who had been playing the guard posi- tion since he came to Northeastern, to for- ward and brought Captain Gurney from the front line to the rear guard. Toucey had always been a high-scoring guard while Gurney ' s old facility for finding the basket had fallen off considerably. Although the change did not produce a win against Rhody — and it was hardly expected to — Toucey garnered 18 points and Gurney ' s speed strengthened the Husky defense. On January 13 Northeastern ' s first tri- umph came at home when Pajonas and his new running-mate, Toucey, put on a great exhibition to down Maine, 44-38. While these two were the main cogs in the scor- ing column with 16 and 14 points respec- tively, it was the fluent, fast passing of the entire team, the best floor work the Hus- kies had shown to date, that set up most of the tallying plays. At their top game the Huskies set out confidently for Maine where they were to meet Colby, Maine, and Bates on suc- cessive nights starting January 18. Jump- ing to an early lead on the shooting of Pajonas the Red and Black avenged its previous defeat by Colby, 41-36. The Huskies led all the way and were threat- ened only in the closing minutes when Colby closed with a rush. The N. U. five then went from Water- ville to Orono and vented their wrath on the University of Maine. Pajonas con- tributed 33 points, 15 baskets and three fouls, to the Red and Black ' s 67-50 grand 139 slam victory. For the greater part of this contest the Husky hardwood hurricanes were without the services of Captain Gur- ney. Bob fouled out early in the first period. Cause for jubilation was shortlived as Bates put a damper on the glory of N. U. ' s venture into Maine by edging the Husky quintet, 47-43. Pajonas again led his team in the counting column with 17 markers. The Red and Black dipped again as Captain Al Werner and his Springfield Gymnasts disregarded Pajonas ' s score of points to stay 25 single tallies ahead of N. U. The home team was behind only in the opening minutes of play when the Huskies jumped to a three point lead. The New Hampshire Wildcats found the Dunnmen way off form at Durham in the first game of a home and home series. High-scoring Pajonas netted only two points, as the Huskies went down to de- feat, 53-37. Smith and Gleason made nine points each for the Huskies to head their team ' s scoring. Four nights later on February 7 Clark gave the travelling towners no better reception and trounced them, 70-32. When New Hampshire played its re- turn engagement with the Dunn squad, Gleason broke into the limelight to aid the Huskies in a 46-3 8 triumph over the Wildcats with 18 points. Pajonas, after having gone on a point strike in his last two games, found his eye again and gath- ered up 15 counters including six baskets of his patented one-hand variety. Three defeats in a row closed the season for the N. U. basketeers. Connecticut played spider and the fly with the Huskies at Storrs on February 14. The visiting five played spectacular basketball in the first half and led at the close of the period, 25-22. Coming out for the second half the Connecticut quintet turned on a furi- ous attack that gave them victory, 67-43. Rhode Island returned N. U. ' s early season visit on February 17. The Dunn- men went out at the opening whistle to return the Rams ' misdirected hospitality and played wide open basketball. The game developed into an old-fashioned scor- ing duel. In the leading roles were Stutz Modzelewski for Rhode Island and Pa- jonas for Northeastern. Three times the Rams went ahead of the Huskies and three times the N. U. five came back to tie the score. A late second half spurt put the Rams far ahead of the home team, and the game ended with the Red and Black striv- ing vainly to overcome R. I. ' s lead. The final score was 77-63. Modzelewski ac- counted for 34 of his team ' s points, Fred Conley got 15, and Bill Rutledge ran up a total of 17. Pajonas was Northeastern ' s high man with 28 counters. Worcester Polytech was the last, and by no means the easiest, opponent on the Husky schedule. Composed mostly of vet- erans, the visitors had almost the same team that had lost only three games a sea- son ago and each of these by only one point. In addition Coach Pete Bigler ' s outfit had played nine games previous to the Northeastern encounter and had won them all. With Johnny Wells, 6 ' 4 " center of the visitors, leading the attack the Worcester aggregation gave the Huskies no chance and won out, 56-46. Wells led Tech in scoring with 21 points while Pa- jonas topped Northeastern with 18. 140 Pi i ju rt Lmch Dunn. First THE TEAM Robert Gurney, ' 41 (N) Captain Stanley R. Tebbetts, ' 40 (N) Manager Mr. James W. Dunn Coach Abraham Tobin, ' 41 Assistant Manager Donald Alston, ' 43 Arthur H. Chechames, ' 41 (N) Ernest J. Colantonio, ' 43 Robert Cort, ' 43 John H. DeLuca, ' 42 Eugene H. Garlick, ' 42 Thomas L. Gleason, ' 41 (N) Joseph Grinkis, ' 43 Robert J. Kiley, ' 41 Frank B. O ' Neil, ' 41 SCHEDULE Games won, A — Games lost, 13 (N) Alphonse Pajonas, ' 43 Elmer E. Smith, ' 42 Lewis B. Smith, ' 41 (N) " Wallace F. Sullivan, ' 43 (N) Robert E. Toucey, ' 41 (N) Harvard 51 Northeastern 38 Tufts 57 Northeastern 43 Colby 40 Northeastern 28 Brown 66 Northeastern 58 Connecticut 61 Northeastern 38 Rhode Island 90 Northeastern 61 Northeastern 44 Maine 38 Northeastern 41 Colby 36 Northeastern 67 Maine 50 Bates 47 Northeastern 43 Springfield 62 Northeastern 36 New Hampsh ire 53 Northeastern 37 Clark 70 Northeastern 32 Northeastern 46 New Hampshire 38 Connecticut 67 Northeastern 49 Rhode Island 77 Northeastern 63 Worcester Po lytech 56 Total Poi Northeastern nts Scored 46 Opponents 959 N. U. 770 B K E B 141 H O E By Ray Johnson Introducing — Northeastern ' s 1939- ' 40 var- sity hockey team. To get a picture of this team imagine yourself stepping into the Arena locker rooms almost any morning last winter at 6:30 A.M. The practice session is just about to begin and the boys are hurrying to get on the ice. Stand at the entrance to the overcrowded room, and look around you. ' ' ou ' ll recognize some of these men, because they are veterans who have been with the club two or three years. The rest will be pointed out to you shortly. Watch out. You ' ll get bowled over by some of these late comers. That fellow who just gave ou the hip check is Gerrv Griffin. He ' s the captain of this year ' s outfit, and a darned good one, too. He doesn ' t expect his mates to do anything he can ' t do, so as an example he does just about everything. He ' s a true Irishman — a fighter, rough and tough as they come, but at the same time he has plenty of hockey savvy. Watch him when the squad starts scrimmaging. He seldom, if ever, makes an error of omission on the de- fence. He weighs onlv 160. but he can hand out body checks with the best in the league. Gerrv ' s no slouch on the offence, either. He leads all the nower plavs, and his shot is feared by all the goalies who come up against him. Anv of the players caught loafine have to answer to him, and manv would rather have a three-hour exam than have to account for themselves to Gerrv. In fact he was picked as captain of the league All-star team because of his abilitv to get the most out of his team. There ' s Gerry Bracken, that tall, slim fel- low over in the corner talking to the coach. He s the first one on the ice every morning. Gerry would rather play hockey than eat. When he discovered earlv this winter that all one has to do to be a hockey player is score a few goals he received a promotion to the first line and stuck to it. " Brack " is one of the hardest workers on the squad. Stamina is his middle name. He ' s the kind of a player who doesn ' t believe in waste motion. The game is a science to him. If j ' ou don ' t think so just watch him bump the opposing forwards in the center zone and get away with it. Gerry ' s at his best on the receiving end of a pass, cutting down his right wing boards and in on the goal, or checking back to cut down a fast rush of his rivals. Who ' s the one who just slipped that cough- drop in his mouth? That ' s Johnny Eckert, the left wing on the second line. He ' s an- other work horse who can skate equally well both ways. He ' s the flash on that second line. If something looks impossible, then Johnny tries it. His motto is " get near that net somehoiv, whether you have to go through, over, around, or under. " When he ' s well fortified with his inevitable coughdrops Johnny is one of the fastest skaters on the team. There ' s another member of the -econd line over there in the corner; the fellow who isn ' t saving much. That ' s George Ross. He looks business-like and is just the same ■; ■ on the ice. George gave the scoring punch to the second wave, be ' ng a good play-maker and exceptionalh ' tricky around the nets. He ' s perhaps the fastest man on the squad. George never seems upset over an ' bad break, but plugs along and makes the breaks come to him — the real team pla er. The third member of the line is here get- ting his stick taped. Bill Peppard. " Pep " is a straight-away player — not very big, but dangerous to anyone who gets in his way. He ' s about the best defensixT wing Coach Gallagher has this ear. Once lie sticks him- 142 self on his man, it ' s almost impossible to shake him off. Bill is a brainy player who sees things coming before they happen — a qualification of any good plaj -maker. Your education is not complete until you meet Leo Lennon, the bespectacled, happy-go- lucky member of the team. Don ' t let his glasses fool you, though. He ' s very capable of handling himself in any competition. Leo is the stylist of the squad — a smooth, fast skater. He ' s another one of the boys who is clever around the opponent ' s net, with a hard shot and plenty of hockey knowledge. That one over there combing his hair be- fore he puts on his helmet is Ray Yetten, de- fenseman deluxe. A flashy player, he likes nothing better than to lead rushes from his backline post. " Sonny " is rugged, too, and can hand out his share of the checks. Step aside and let this little fellow through. He ' s the one who has been tossing those jokes around the room for the last ten minutes. The smallest player on the squad, yet one of the hardest workers. You guessed it — Alan McCarthy, " Mac " can give out everything he takes, and more. You can bet he has to take plenty because of his size, yet he eats up the rough stuff. Combine that with brains and you have a player who is an asset to anv squad. Last, but by no means least, is Art O ' Con- nor, who shares this year ' s net-minding duties with sophomore Don Hansls. Art has the makings of a fine goalie, but he reported for duty for the first time this year. Despite his lack of experience he can give a good exhibi- tion in the strings. That includes all the ones who are through this year. Now for a quick look at those who will be back next year. You can ' t miss that quiet, serious-looking fellow coming our way. He ' s Johnny Chipman, the outstanding scorer of the team. " Chippie " has about everything a good hockey player needs — speed, agility, brains, a fine shot, and he ' s a clever stick handler, too. Chip finished second in New England scoring last year and sixth this year. Then there ' s Fred Cusick, Chipman ' s left wing on the first line. Fred used to be a defenseman but was shifted to a forward po- sition because of his ability to score. He ' s big and fast, and can set up plays like a veteran. Chipman, Cusick, and Bracken make a smooth passing trio with scoring power good enough for anyone ' s team. Lou Cunningham must come in for his share of the introductions. He ' s Griffin ' s partner on the po ' nts. One of the biggest players on the squad and just as anxious for body contact as Griffin, Lou is a typical de- fenseman. Together the two form about the best defense pair in the league. Lou can skate well and he clears from In front of the nets with the accuracy of a new Garand rifle. For sophomore material Gallagher has for- Avard Dean Morrison, defenseman " Butch " Del Grosso, and goalie ' Don Hansis. Each is giv ' ne a eood account of himself this year. Under Gallagher ' s tutelage and with a bit more experience any one of the trio can go places next season. Leaving the locker room to these early birds, we jump back to the present and give the season and the games played a once-over. Gallagher ' s sextet, before the winter was verv old, became known for Its nreclsion passwork and Its knowledge of the finer points of the game. Flashy at times and always consistent, the Huskv puckchasers finished fourth In the New England Intercollegiate Hockey League, the competition being the toughest since the inception of the loop four years ago. Against New Hampshire the puckmen fared well, taking the two game series 4 to 3 and 4 to 2. The first game, the year ' s opener, gave notice of what was to be expected in further Husky contests. Griffin and Cun- ningham on defense shattered the Stater ' s 143 rushes time and again by vicious body checks, while Johnny Chipman had his hand in all four of the Red and Black goals, scoring three and assisting in the other. Boston College proved to be the biggest barrier in front of this year ' s Huskies. Due to the fact that the Heights team was in much better condition when the two teams met first, it waltzed to an 11 to 3 victory, after being held to a 2 goal tie during the first period. The second tilt was much closer and one of the fastest on Arena ice during the winter. Although the Gallaghermen were on the small end of a 5 to 2 score when the final whistle blew, N. U. fans went away satisfied that they had seen a hockey game. B. C. scored four times in the first period, but goalie Hansis, who started the second pe- riod, held the Eagles to one goal while giving a remarkable net-minding exhibition. After losing the first Bowdoin game in overtime, the Husky skaters came back strong to hand the Polar Bears a stinging 9 to 4 defeat. Cusick. from his left wing post, tal- lied five times, in an individual performance which rivalled all others for top honors of the year. Colby also succeeded in getting a split of its two-game series. The first, in Maine, was won in overtime on a goal by Ed Barry after Chipman had soloed to tie the score at three- all in the closing minutes of the third period. In Boston, the Mules proved to be a little bit tougher and came out the victors, 9 to 7, in a wild and woolly battle. Ross was the outstanding scorer for the Huskies in this tilt with one goal and two assists to his credit. Ross also gave a good account of himself by scoring twice in the 3 to win over Mid- dlebury. This was the Huskies ' only shut- out of the year, with O ' Connor and Hansis getting in on the fun. A better than usual and rugged si.x from Technology dropped two tilts to the Huskies. The second game, a knock-down, dragout affair, was the better of the two with the Gallaghermen coming through in the closing minutes to score three times and win 6 to 4. At the banquet held at the end of the year Johnny Chipman, who ended up in sixth place in New England scoring this year, was elected to captain next year ' s club. The manager- ship went to Howie Munday, who succeeded Sid Siegal. As usual the manager took the brunt of all the abuse during the year and will continue to do so in the next hockey season, so it is only deserving that we should end with their names — the unsung heroes of those early morning sessions. 144 N f K 1 ««k o Sicond Row: Seigel (Mgr.), Coach Gallagher, Lennon, Cusick. H cken. Chipman. Feppard, Tobey, Ecke Ross, Munday (Asst, Mgr.). First Row: Cunningham. McCarthy, THE TEAM Gerald F. Griffin, ' 41 (N) Mr. Herbert W. Gallagher Captain Coach Sidney J. Siegel, ' 42 (N) A ' laiiaffer Howard P. Munday, ' 42 Assistant Managers Melvin A. Levinson, ' 43 Edward T. Barry, ' 43 Gerald F. Bracken, ' 41 (N) Harold R. Boliver, ' 43 James C. Brennan, ' 43 John C. Chipman, ' 42 (N) Carl E. Cole, ' 43 Louis F. Cunningham, ' 42 (N) Fred M. Cusick ' 42 (N) Frank Davis, ' 43 Chauncey DelGrosso, ' 43 (N) John O. Eckert, ' 41 (N) Donald R. Hansis, ' 43 (N) Leo Lennon, ' 41 (N) Alan 0. McCarthy, ' 41 (N) Dean P. Morrison, ' 43 (N) Arthur M. O ' Connor, ' 41 (N) William S. Peppard, ' 41 (N) George A. Ross, ' 42 (N) William R. Shank, ' 43 George E. Tobey, ' 43 Raymond S. Yetten, ' 41 (N) SCORES Games won 7 — Games lost 4 Northeastern — 4, New Hampshire — 3 Boston College — 11, Northeastern — 3 Northeastern — 5, M. L T. — 4 Bowdoin — 7, Northeastern — 6 Northeastren— 5, Colby — 3 iames tied Boston College — 5, Northeastern — 2 Northeastern — 4, New Hampshire — 2 Northeastern — 3, Middlbeury — Northeastern — 6, M. . T. — 4 Northeastern — 9, Bowdoin — 4 Colby — 9, Northeastern — 7 H O E 145 Torbell. Ra-aiicn. Anderson, Field. I ' eterson. Canll. Sullr revitch. Kirkaldy, Dump, Lockerbv, Carpenter, Pedell. F Mascianica, Holmes, Coleman, C o Campbcil. Sfrond Rou Prohodsky. Chipkin, Win Williams, Fitzpatrick. Kelley, . McDonough, Coach latton, Francis S. Mascianica, ' 41 (N) Captain Mr. Chester N. Wolowicz THE T E A ]M Stanley R. Tebbetts, ' 40 (N) Prof. Gerald R. Tatton Manager Head Coach Assistant Coaches Prof. Edward S. Parsons Robert L. Briand, ' 41 John F. Campbell, ' 43 John H. Caswell, ' 42 (N) Richard E. Cavill, ' 43 Francis A. Corcoran, ' 43 Elbridge G. Davis, ' 43 Samuel Drevitch, ' 41 (N) Paul Durup, ' 43 Gardner W. Holmes, ' 41 (N) Colby E. Kelly, ' 42 (N) David A. Lockerby, ' 41 (N) Francis S. Mascianica, ' 41 (.N) Philip Newman, ' 43 Leon E. Rasanen, ' 42 George Shanker, ' 41 (N) Robert S. Tarbell, ' 43 James T. Vahey, ' 43 Abraham Winograd, ' 43 Chester W. Bush, ' 43 Richard H. Carpenter, ' 43 Charles Chipkin, ' 42 (N) Ralph A. Coleman, ' 41 Arthur B. Field, ' 42 (N) Harold E. Fine, ' 43 (Letters are for the 1938-1939 season) John Fitzpatrick, ' 43 Robert E. Gardner, ' 43 James F. Jefferson, ' 43 Robert B. Kirkaldy, ' 43 William McDonough, ' 41 ( Carl J. Peterson, ' 43 Michael Prohodsky, ' 43 Arnold E. Saunders, ' 42 Cornelius Sullivan, ' 41 (N) Eugene Tangherlini, ' 42 Herbert G. Weightman, ' 41 Jacob Wiren, ' 42 (N) N) SCORES Northeastern 625 45 Bates Tufts 59 29 Northeastern Northeastern 33 34 Brown Mass. State 56 3 15 Northeastern Maine em Wins— 2 Losses— 3 54 Northeastern R K 146 R K Harold B. Morris Coach Gerry Tatton ' s 1940 varsity track team finished its indoor season with three vic- tories in five dual meets while none of its in- dividual stars fared very well in invitation meets. In true Northeastern track tradition this year ' s edition of board pounders was for- tified in each event. But, having victim ' zed Bates, Brown, and Mass. State the Husky aggregation found Tufts and Maine too strong. To open the season the tracksters packed their short spikes and journeyed to Lewiston to meet Bates on January 20. With Jake Wiren, dim-nutive weightman, taking two firsts and a third N.U. romped over Bates, 62 to 45j . In all the Tattonites topped eight events. After Captain Frank Masci- anica and Bill MacDonough finished one-two in the 600 the meet was definitely clinched for the Red and Black. Wiren ' s two wins came in the 35 pound weight event, which he clinched with a heave of 47 feet 10 inches, and the broad-jump which he took with a leap of 20 feet five inches. Mike Prohodsky, star soph distance man, won the mile by sheer dint of stamina. Having set too fast a pace in the early stages of the race Prohodsky was forced to grind the last lap to win. A week later the N.U. forces were invited to take part in the Prout Games at the Bos- ton Garden. A two-mile varsity relay team of Johnny Fitzpatrick, Mike Prohodsky, Paul Durup, and Sam Drevitch could do no better than finish third to Boston College and Yale. The Huskies were trailed by Connecticut University. On February 10 the Huskies were again in the Boston Garden. This time they were taking part in the Boston Athletic Associa- tion. Individual competitors. Jack Caswell and Fred Corcoran, failed to qualify in the dash. In the varsity one mile relay North- eastern was entered against Boston Univer- sity and the University of Maine. At the starting gun Harris of B.U. jumped to a short lead over Ducky Holmes, N.U. ' s lead- ofif man, while Conti of Maine trailed. Bill MacDonough who, after having been an in-and-outer for two seasons, came into his own this year and ran the best pre-anchor leg of the night. He blistered around the track, passing Byron on the first turn. He handed anchorman. Captain Frank Mascianica a ten yard lead. Big Frank, under no pres- sure, stretched his lengthy stride to win han- dily by a 30 yard margin over Jones of B.U. RELAY TEAM 147 Maine -was third, 40 yards back. The time was 3 minutes 3 1 .8 seconds. Cousens gym was the scene of the Huskies first dual meet defeat on February 20. They fell before the Tufts tracksters, 52-29. AVith such stellar performers as Walter Hall and Ed Dugger on the Jumbos representing the Medford outfit in two and three events, the Huskies read the handwriting on the wall be- fore they started the first event. This com- bine netted a total of four firsts and a second. Northeastern ' s only high spot in the meet was a single first taken by husky Jake Wiren. Jake heaved the shot 46 feet 3 4 inches to establish a new record at the Medford cage. Where finesse and grace take precedence over speed Laurie Grant of Tufts and Art Field of Northeastern placed the greatest emphasis on grace by refusing to beat each other in the high jump and tying in the high jump at 5 feet 9 inches. Walter Hall, former Boston College hur- dles star, who transferred to Tufts, displa ed his versatility by a new record for the 600 yard run as he jaunted the distance in 1.16 for another new cage record. The Brown Bears played host to North- eastern ' s travelling kangaroo and steel kings on Februarv 24 and lost a thriller to the Red and Black, ' 38-34. With Jake Wiren as N.U. ' s only hope in the shot-put the meet was to be decided on this, the last event. Each team needed a first to win the meet. Jake ' s main worry was powerful Tuss Mc- Laughry, Jr., famous blocking qualrter of Brown ' s gridiron machine. Wiren rose to the occasion when he got off a magnificent heave of 46 feet 8 4 inches which McLaughry could not meet. The distance was a full five inches longer than his toss at Tufts whicli set a new cage record. Finding that Kenny Clapp was not en- tered in the meet was enough to assure dapper Jack Caswell of a first in the 40 yard dash. Ducky Holmes ' victory in the 300 and Mike Prohodsky ' s triumph in the mile were the other Northeastern highlights in the meet. Captain Frank Mascianica was the only member of the varsity to be sent to tiie I.C. 4 A ' s to compete for the national champion- ships in New York. Frank failed to qualify in the first heat of the 600 trials. Not included on the indoor schedule the Huskies had an engagement with Mass. State for an outdoor meet on March 6. Inclement weather forced the rivals to seek the hospital- ity of Tufts, and the meet was held in the Cousens gym. Apparently the drubbing the Huskies had received in this same gym several -eeks before still weighed heavily on the minds of the Tattonites for they took out their A-engeance on the Staters, 56] 2 to 5} ' 2. With three wins in four dual meets to their credit the Huskies journeyed to Orono to en- counter the University of Maine. This ven- ture into the Pine Tree State was hardly as successful as the tracksters opening meet with Bates. The Maine athletes downed the Back Bay crew, 62yi to 54 j! ;. Although his team was not victorious, Northeastern ' s track Gloryiana, Arky Shanker, finished his indoor career in championship style as he established a new Maine record in the 70 yard low hur- dles, won the broad jump, and placed second in the high hurdles. Shanker co ered the low hurdles distance in 8.1 seconds, a tenth of a second better than the previous mark held by Ray Henderson, former N.U. track great, and Johnny Gowell of Maine. Mike Prohodsky, who bids fair to become one of the greatest distance runners in N.U. track history, had another field day as he took the two mile event. He lapped the field to win in 10 minutes I ' Vio seconds while Colby Kelly of Northeastern finished second. Maine ' s Stan Johnson copped himself some laurels when he flung the 35 pound hammer 58 feet 2 4 inches to establish a new col- legiate record. Bill MacDonough duplicated his meritori- ous relay leg at the B.A.A. games by nearly setting up a new meet record in the 600 when he breezed through the middle distance event in 1 minute 14.8 seconds. I4S March has its winds, April its showers and September its — cross country teams. The turnout for the 1939 harrier team must have been gratifying to Coach Gerry Tatton, for along with the veteran quartet of Arky Shanker, Eb Landsman, Dave Lockerby, and Sam Drevitch were sophomores Paul Durup, Don Linnell, Dick Carpenter, and Johnny Campbell, all ex-members of the ' 38 frosh team which had set up such an enviable record. The first meet with Connecticut was a dis- astrous beginning for the Huskies as the Blue and White rolled up a 21 to 35 win despite the fine running of Drevitch and Carpenter. Robbins of the visitors led the pack over the Franklin Park course to break the tape 300 yards ahead of Drevitch. Wheaton and Har- old of the Nutmeggers finished in third and fourth places respectively with fifth place go- ing to Carpenter. Connecticut snared sixth and seventh places to clinch the meet as Campbell, Lockerby, and Durup garnered the next three spots. The Huskies broke into the win column the following week as the hill-and-dalers repeated their ' 38 triumph over the Maroon and White of Mass. State with the final tally reading 24 to 31. Captain-elect Lockerby, running the last race of his cross country career, sped over the four mile course at Amherst in 23 :20, crossing the finish line in a tie for first with Dick Carpenter. Captain Chet Putney and Bill Kennedy of the Staters were deadlocked in third place, but the Husky trio of Dre- vitch, Campbell, and Durup sewed up the meet, winning 5th, 7th, and 9th places re- spectively. At Franklin Park on the following Satur- day ' the Tattonites bowed to Bates 25 to 31 although Carpenter set a record of 22 min- utes 12 .-, seconds for the course and Drevitch finished second. At that point it seemed as if a Husky win was inevitable but the Bob- cats garnered the next five places and victory as well. Rhode Island handed Northeastern its third loss of the season the following Saturday as the Rams sped over their familiar Kingston course to win the meet with a perfect score of 15 to 47. This was the last dual meet scheduled. The Huskies met Tufts and Tech in the annual triangular affair at Franklin Park. The Northeastern season wound up with the New England meet in which the Huskies copped ninth place which was no surprise to anybody considering the calibre of the com- P ' ' ' ' ° " - J. J. Fitzgerald CROSS C O IJ N H 149 B E B Ed Colt It was in ' 39 that Northeastern Univer- sity established an offensive baseball average of ' .303, which was never reached before b ' any Red and Black aggregation in the great American pastime. To make this more sig- nificant, the Dartmouth College nine, which led the Ivy league in batting, hit for .277. Surprisingly enough this Gallagher-coached outfit had only four seniors: Captain Bill Little, " Foxy " Flumere, Jim Connolly, and Garnet Gibson. The last mentioned com- pleted his first and only year in varsity base- ball. " There ' s nothing much I can say about this quartet that you don ' t know already, ' stated the varsity mentor when asked to com- ment on the departure of these seniors. " Bill Little was a steady, consistent ball player having finished the season with a .400 average. I ' ll admit I was slightly disturbed when he reported with a sore right wing, which necessitated my shifting him to the out- field, but once the arm healed. Bill went back to his regular shortstop position, which he filled very nicely. " " Flumere, " reminisced the ex N. U. ath- lete, " was ousted from his second base post by a bad cold but, after he returned to duty, I shifted him to the first base spot. " The " Fox " finished the season just below the .350 marker which was not bad considering his late start. " Jim Connolly and carrot-headed Garnett Gibson were my battery men and both worked together nicely. Connolly had been first string catcher since his sophomore year, while Gibson had played only in his frosh year. " Connolly completed the season with an average just below the .300, while the pill- tossing Gibson was by far the leading twirler for the Huskies, defeating Conn. State, New Hampshire, Colby, and Boston College, among others. Lending a bit of succor to Bill and the trio were the ' 40 co-captains, Sammy Swardlick and Alex Struzziero. Sammy played both the double " s " position and third base, while his pal covered both infield and outfield posts. Both men hit well over .300. Syl Simon, Joe Beaton, Ray Yetten, Ed Lovequist, Ken Harding, Charlie Foster, Dave Gerry, and Ed Colt also helped the cause. Colt led the team in batting with an average of .432, while all the boys, not ex- cluding twirlers Foster, Gerry, and Harding, hit the pill for a sizeable average. Now that we ' ve got the personalities out of the way, let ' s shoot back to that time in the season when the N. U. ball club won seven of its last eight games. It all started when Gibson beat Conn. State on five hits, five to four. For the first time since the start of the season, a new in- field was carefully installed. Swardlick went to third. Captain Little went to Sammy ' s former spot, shortstop Beaton went to second via the third base post, and Flumere took first in place of Lovequist. It was this new infield that pulled one of the sweetest double plays on record, during the Clark game. It went like this: the bases were loaded with no outs when Swardlick smothered a grounder and whipped it to Bea- ton. Joe flipped the ball to Flumere, who snapped it to Connolly. After the double play was made, the runner on third decided to leg it for home. Connolly waited for the Fox ' s peg, caught the apple, and politely tagged the runner. Northeastern won tliis game over Clark, 15 to 3, as Captain Little starred with three hits and a couple of spectacular plays. Beaton batted for 1.000 and everybody was happy. The Crimson of Harvard was too much for the boys in their next encounter and they 150 f ' ' ' ' f ' %1 f % | - S v ,_,.E«. r |A - «S ' ' f., USj , r | S -i-on i Rom: Coach Gallagher, Kopp. Harding. Lovequist. Gibsc Urbanlk. Swift, Ge fint Ro-ui: Colt, Fosi THE TEAM William H. Little, ' 40 (N) Captain Mr. Herbert W. Gallagher Coach Paul M. Levenson, ' 40 (N) Manager Alfred Irish, ' 42 Assistant Manager Joseph P. Beaton, ' 41 (N) Edward Colt, ' 42 (N) James J. Connolly, ' 40 (N) Emanuel A. Flumere, ' 39 (N) Charles Foster, ' 42 (N) David C. Gerry, ' 41 (N) Garnet L. Gibson, ' 40 (N) Kenneth L. Harding, ' 41 (N) Charles Loiselle, ' 41 (N) Edwin H. Lovequist, ' 41 (N) Raymond Yetten, ' 41 (N) Sylvan S. Simon, ' 42 (N) Alex J. Struzziero, ' 41 (N) Samuel Swardlick, ' 41 (N) Charles Swift, ' 42 (N) ' Walter C. Urbanik, ' 42 (N) lost by a six to four score. This defeat, how- ever, did not stop the Gallaghermen. They hit the open road for Maine one bright Thursday afternoon to engage the Colby and Maine baseball clubs on successive days. They beat Colby eight to seven. Lovequist ' s pinch hit single and a tw o-run single by Foster settled the conflict. At Maine the story was a little different but the Huskies vi on six to five behind the nine hit twirling of Dave Gerry. N. U. led until the seventh when the Pine Tree staters tied the score at five all. In the ninth, how- ever, Colt singled, stole second, went to third on a sacrifice, and scored the clincher on an infield tap. In this same game, little Struzziero had a great time with the umpire. In the fifth inning he walked to the plate and waited. When he was called out on strikes on dubious pitches, " Struzzi " was furious. The ump threat- ened to throw him out of the game when he became too vociferous so Alex gave ground. 151 " Struzzi " carried his ire into the N. H. tus- sle in which he scored t ' ice and helped defeat the Wildcats bj ' a 5 to 2 score. Gibson gave a good demonstration in the box, allowing only six scattered hits. His teammates won the ball game with three hits. After this almost hitless display of batting strength, the boys traveled back to the city with fire in their hearts. Their next victim was Tufts College. This game went thir- teen innings but the Gallaghermen came out of a nine to six score. N. U. was trailing going into the ninth, six to five. Colt walked, went to second on a sacrifice, reached third and scored on an in- field error. That tied the score and in the thirteenth the Red and Black clinched the ballgame when Harding, who had relieved Gerry in the box, drove in the winning runs. After taking the Jumbos, the Huskies went after the Eagles of B. C. in the final game of the season. Gibson pitched the club to a five to three victory allowing thirteen scat- tered hits. Foxy Flumere played the greatest game of his entire career, slapping out a four for four average, while driving in most of the runs. There were plenty of fielding gems. Sward- lick ' s dive into the atmosphere to pull down a labeled drive was a standout. Colt climbed the left field fence to haul down a home run drive. Captain Little raced for the locker room, Flumere went for his jacket, Connolly kissed the sod a tearful farewell, Gibson kept the winning pill, and the managers picked up the bats. It was the end of the game and the season. In all this writing about the players and their deeds, through oversight on my part, I ' ve overlooked a few of the boys ; namely. Coach Herb Gallagher and Paul Levenson, senior manager. You all know about the young mentor ' s capabilities, but little has been said about Levenson. Paul was the boy who made sure that all the players were on the bus or train. It was he who hit fungoes in batting practice and spent a great deal of his time on the bench keeping the box scores in good order. It was he who passed out those refreshing packages of gum to his " charges. " Unheralded and unsung he did an excellent job. So seniors, when the years roll by and your undergraduate days at N. U. become just a memory, in relating tales of those by-gone days, remember Gallagher ' s Gunners! B E B 152 B E B BASEBALL SCORES les won, 11 — Games lost, Northeastern 19 Lowell Textile 6 Rhode Island State 16 Northeastern 2 Northeastern 11 American International 9 Boston College 7 Northeastern 6 Northeastern 23 Cc )lby 10 Northeastern 6 Ui liversity of Ml aine 4 New Hampshire 12 Northeastern 4 Connecticut State 9 N( jrtheastern 2 Worcester Polytech 15 Northea stern 7 Northeastern 5 Connect icut State 4 Northeastern IS CI ark Univers ity 3 Harvard 6 N( 3rtheastern 4 Northeastern 8 Cc )lby 7 Northeastern 6 Univers ity of M; aine 5 Northeastern 5 N( ;w H ampshi re 2 Northeastern 9 Tufts 6 Northeastern 5 Boston College 3 STATISTICS GP AB R BH RBI Ave. PO A E Ave. Edward Colt 1+ 44 11 19 6 .432 30 2 .970 Charles Loiselle 3 7 5 3 3 .428 1 7 .889 William Little 14 50 10 20 7 .400 26 25 11 .823 Edwin Loveqiiist 10 29 8 11 6 .380 36 3 .929 Charles Foster 11 25 4 9 5 .360 4 7 .917 Joseph Beaton 16 57 11 20 13 .351 25 40 12 .845 Emanuel Flumere 15 49 8 17 11 .348 81 18 4 .962 Sylvan Simon 17 67 17 21 11 .314 22 2 .917 Samuel Swardlick 17 74 18 23 17 .311 19 34 14 .792 James Connolly 16 60 7 16 12 .267 52 7 3 .952 Alex Struzziero 15 57 14 15 4 .263 22 4 7 .788 Kenneth Harding 9 13 3 1 .231 4 3 1.000 Raymond Yetten 6 9 1 2 4 .222 16 1 1 .945 David Gerry 7 7 3 1 1 .143 8 1.000 Charles Swift 5 7 2 1 1 .143 6 4 3 .770 Walter Urbanik 8 16 3 1 1 .062 46 1 1 .980 Garnet Gibson 8 15 .000 9 2 .819 153 S,-c-or:J Row: Mr. Belyea. Ray. Moody. Straight. Je Murphy. First Row: Kodis. Carpenter. Chaffee. Sir Robert E. Chaffee, ' 41 rNt Captain Vernon F. Carpenter, ' 41 ' Nt Norman S. Crossley, ' 42 i Nt Grant S. Jensen, ' 41 " Nt Ralph D. Kodis, ' 40 " N Nathan H. Murphy, ' 43 " N ' Elwood R. Myers, ' 42 " Nt Arthur F. Ray, ' 41 " Nt Mr. Byard C. Belyea Coach E. Stuart Rumery, ' 41 i N Hugh P. Simms, ' 43 " N David M. Straight, ' 43 " Nt Number of matches won, 5 Number of matches lost, 10 TOTAL SCORES Northeastern, 16,409 All other teams, 17,527 INDIVIDUAL SCORES No. of Places taken Total points matches First Second Third Fourth F Kodis 2898 13 2 1 2 Carpenter 2733 12 1 2 Chaffee (Captain) 3280 14 3 4 2 2 1 Myers 2276 10 4 2 2 1 1 Staight 2675 12 1 1 1 1 Murphy 2532 11 2 3 2 Ray 2960 13 1 4 2 Jensen 2052 9 2 2 1 2 Simms 2928 13 2 2 3 2 Rummery 1220 5 2 2 Crossley 965 5 1 1 R E K 154 CHEERLEADERS Reginald C. Thomas, ' 41 Captain Stanle.v E. Babcock, ' 42 Stanley M. Buchanan, ' 44 Prof. John W. Tuthill Faculty Adviser Edward R. Eaton, ' 44 Walter E. Stone, ' 41 William R. Ziegler, ' 41 CHEERLEADERS 155 F A r V I. T Y II I It E C T O R Y Alexander, William T. 22 West Highland Avenue, Melrose S.B., Northeastern University; M.A.. Boston llniversitv Bailey, Wayland S. R ' ver Street, Xorwell S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.S., Lehigh University Baird, Charles O.. Jr. 17 Manning Road, Lynn S.B., Northeastern Universitv Baker, Chester P. ' 31 Bow Road, Newton Centre S.B., Northeastern University; M.A., Boston University Barnason, Charles F. 122 Downer Avenue, Hingham A.B., ' College City of New York; M.A., Cornell University; Ph.D., Harvard University Beiyea, Byard C. 6 South Washington Street, Whitman S.B., University of New Hampshire Bloomfield, Sidney R. 19 Coral Avenue, Wimhrop S.B., Northeastern Universitv Brown, Bertram M. 30 Erie Avenue, Newton Highlands S.B. and M.S., Rhode Island State Bruce, Robert 53 Harley Avenue, Everett B.C. 8. and M.C.S., Northeastern University Capon, R. Lawrence 58 Channing Road, Newton Centre S.B. and M.A., Boston Universitv Cleveland, Laurence F. 220 Jackson Street, Newton Centre S.B., Worcester Polvtechnic Institute; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cloney, William T., Jr. ' 30 Lantern Lane, Milton A.B., Harvard University Cody, Peer J. 36 Elm Street, Jamaica Plain S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cole Robert W. 21 Lawrence Street, Maiden S.B. and M.S., Purdue Universitv Combellack, Wilfred J. H Park Drive, Boston A.B. and M. A., Colby College Cook, Adam M. ++0 Summer Street, Lynn S.B., Northeastern University Cook, Edward M. 66 Highland Avenue, Arlington A.B., Harvard LTniversity Coolidge, Joseph A. 20 Martin Street, Cambridge S.B. and M.A., Harvard University Cooperstein, Louis 31 Howland Street, Roxbury A.B. and M.A., Harvard University Cruickshank, Henry M. 338 Commonwealth A enue, Boston S.B., Rhode Island State College; M.B.A., Harvard University Cushman, Otis F. 316 Huntington Avenue, Boston S.B. and M.S., University of New Hampshire D ' Alessandro, Alfred 46 Radcliffe Road, Belmont B.C.S. and LL.B., Northeastern University; M.B.A., Boston University; C.P.A. Dean, Warren C. 43 Symphony Road, Boston A.B., Boston University Devine, John J. 27 Park Drive, Boston S.B., Rhode Island State College; Sc.M., Brown University Dubois, Laurent O. 1200 Great Plain Avenue, Needham S.B , University of New Hampshire Duddy, Frank E. 112 Upland Road, Cambridge A.B., DePanw University; S.T.B., Boston University; Ed.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., Hartford Seminary Dunn, James W. 12 Mason Road, Watertown A.B., Western Maryland College Ell, Carl S. 21 Beaumont Avenue, Newtonville A.B., DePauw University; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ed.M., Harvard Universitv; Sc.D., DePauw Universitv Essigmann, Martin W. ' 27 Rock Street, Wohurn S.B., Tufts College Estes, Stanley G. 60 Pinckney Street, Boston A.B., Colby College; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Harvard University Everett, Albert E. + Crown Street, Auburndale S B. and M.B.A., Northeastern University Fennell, G. Raymond +2 Fremont Avenue, Everett S.B., Northeastern University; M.B.A., Boston University 156 re 11 19 0 ADVERTISERS Alpha Kappa Sigma Fraternity Oscar Harkins Beta Gamma Epsilon Fraternity Leo Hirsch, Inc. Boston Arena Hotel Lenox Boston Y. M. C. A. Kappa Zeta Phi Fraternity Class of 1941 Northeastern News Class of 1942 Northeastern University Class of 1943 Nu Epsilon Zeta Fraternity Class of 1944 The Robbins Company Colonial Feature Service Sigma Kappa Psi Fraternity B. R. Dunn ' s Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity Eta Tau Nu Fraternity The Stobbs Press Gainsboro Delicatessen Symphony Flower Shop Gainsboro Press Uptown Garage Gamma Phi Kappa Fraternity Waid Studio The Georgians Luther Witham GAINSBORO PRESS PRINTERS - PUBLISHERS Creative and Effective Printing . . . Hotel Brochures Newspapers .... Bulletins .... Layout Service Modern and Latest Type Faces Complete Printing Equipment in Our Oivn Shop CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO THE COLLEGE JUST ONE-HALF BLOCK AWAY KENMORE 2972 295 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 157 Ferretti, Alfred J. 29 Coolidge Road, Lynn S.B. and M.S.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gallagher, Herbert W. 16+ Cabot Street, Newton S.B., Northeastern University Giella, Mario 52 Hull Street, Boston S.B., Northeastern University Golemme, Joseph 22 " WTiiting Street, Hanover S.B., Northeastern University Gramstorff, Emil A. ' 19 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hamilton, Roger S. 1367 Walnut Street, Newton A.B., University of Pittsburgh; M.A., Tufts College Hansen, Robert H. 17 Braman Street, Danvers S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harris, Thomas M. 214 Riverway, Boston A.B. and M.A., Vanderbilt University; Ed.M., Harvard University Haskins, Elmer E. 213 Jackson Street, Newton Centre S.B. ' , Northeastern University; M.A., University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., Boston University Havice, Charles W. 83 Franklin Street, South Braintree A.B., Alleghany College; M.A., S.T.B., and Ph.D., Boston University Heilprin, Laurence B. 14 Sacramento Street, Cambridge S.B. and M.A., University of Pennsylvania Hilli, Paul A. 201C Holden Green, Cambridge A.B., Dartmouth College Hoffmann, Randall W. 1209 Boylston Street, Boston S.B., Middlebury College Holmes, Frederick W. 43 Lincoln Street, Dedham A.B., Harvard Universitv; M.A., Boston University Hultgren, William C. ' 80 Woodside Road, Winchester Hunting, Robert S. 13 South Russell Street, Boston S B. and M.A., Boston LTniversity Jackson, Julian E. 187 Woodcliff Road, Newton Highlands A.B., Coe College; M.B.A., Harvard University; LL.B., Northeastern University Johnson, C. David 24 Lunt Street, Norfolk Downs A.B., Clark University; M.A., Boston University Keith, Lyman A. 339 Lakeside Drive, Bridgewater S.B., Northeastern University Knowles Asa S. ' ' " 1 Louise Road, Belmont A.B., Bowdoin College; M.A., Boston University Kontoff, Henry A. Overlook Park, Newton Centre M.D., Tufts College Kopp, Harold W. H Queensberry Street, Boston S.B., Northeastern University Lacount, Reginald G. H Cleveland Road, Wellesley S.B., M.A., and Ph.D., Boston University Lake Wilfred S. 59 Hinckley Road, Waban A.B., Hiram College; M.A. and Ph.D., Harvard University Larson, Thomas B. Conant Hall (Harvard University), Cambridge A.B., University of Nebraska; M.A., University of Chicago Laveaga, Robert E. 91 Cross Street, Belmont B.P.Ed., George Williams College; Ed.M., Boston University Light Galen D. 3 Preble Gardens Road, Belmont A.B., Yale University Luder, W. Fay 51 Symmes Street, Roslindale A.B., Kalamazoo College; Ph.D., Brown University MacKenzie, Donald H. 34 Exeter Street, Wollaston S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University Marston, Everett C. +0 Hereward Road, Newton Centre A. B., Colby College; M.A., Harvard University McGuire, Waldemar S. 33 Samoset Avenue, Quincy S.B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A., Boston University Melvin, Harold W. ++ Houston Avenue, Milton A.B. and M.A., Boston University Meserve, George H., Jr. 64 Magoun Avenue, Medford S.B., Northeastern University Miroyiannis, Stanley D. 8 Cumberland Street, Boston S.B., Northwest College; M.A. and Ph.D., Boston University Morgan, John C. 24 Walker Street, Newtonville S.B., University of New Hampshire 158 WHERE BUSY MEN KEEP FIT The Boston YMCA OFFERS ITS FACILITIES AND PROGRAM TO NORTHEASTERN STUDENTS AT SPECIAL RATES SWIMMING BASKETBALL GYM CLASSES FOR A QUICK WORK OUT PLAY SQUASH Five Courts Noiv Available CAFETERIAS RESTAURANTS THE GEORGIANS 252 Huntington Ave., Boston 142 Massachusetts Ave., Boston Your opportunity to secure high grade DANCING LESSONS at lowest possible cost $3 Value for $1 OSCAR HARKINS 342 Mass. Ave. (near Arena) Com. 1102 A Qrand Tlace for a BANQUET OR DANCE the HOTEL LENOX Monaco Room Dome Room Pine Room Come and see these charm- ingly modern function rooms. Ideal for Athletic Dances, Class Reunions, and Receptions. Other smaller rooms for limited numbers. Walter E. Seaver Managing Director • VISIT THE • Blue Train, Boston ' s • Mexican Patio Most Unique Cock- (Coffee Shop) tail Lounge Featuring Mexican Dishes 159 Morris, Rudolph M. , 66 Myrtle Street, Boston S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University Muckenhoupt, Carl F. 332 Winchester Street, Newton Highlands A.B., Williams College; S.B. and Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Nelson, Verner O. 60 Birchcliffe Road, East Weymouth Nightingale, Winthrop E. 136 Dickerman Road, Newton Highlands ' A.B., Harvard University; S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University; Ed.M., Boston University Norvish, Franklin 73 Upland Road, Brockton S.B., Colbv College; M.A., Yale University Oberg, Rudolf O. 37 Wallcer Street, Atlantic S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University Parsons, Edward S. 19 Hardy Avenue, Watertown S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M, Harvard University Pihl, George E. 100 Carroll Avenue, Brockton S.B., Northeastern University; M.S., Harvard University Porter, Roland G. " 19 Woodbury Street, Beverly B.E.E., Northeastern University; M.S., Harvard University Potter Norris W., Jr. 34 Medfield Street, Boston A.B., Colby College; M.A., Boston University Pugsley, John B. 23 Hardy Avenue, Watertown A. B., Colby College Purinton, Ellis M. 7 Clark Avenue, Beverly B.B.A., Northeastern University Regan, Harold T. S4 Pemberton Street, Cambridge S.B., Northeastern University Reynolds, Paul E. 15 Linden Street, Framingham A.B., Clark University; Ph.D., Harvard University Richards, Henry E. 171 First Street, Melrose S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Rook, Gustav 24 Pleasant Street, Dorchester S.B., Northeastern University Rosnov, Maxwell 6 Evelyn Street, Mattapan S.B., Northeastern University Sanderson, Albert E., Jr. State Road, Wayland B.C.E., Northeastern Universits ' Schlagenhauf, Milton J. 96 Blakely Road, Medford A.B., Washington University; M.A., Northwestern University; B.D., Garrett Bible School Sewell, Charles A. ' 316 Huntington Avenue, Boston S.B. and M.S., University of New Hampshire Smith, W. Lincoln 4 Academy Lane, Concord S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Eng.D., Northeastern University Spear, Joseph 31 Matchett Street, Brighton A.B., Harvard University; M.A., Boston University Speare Frank P. 90 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston M.H., Springfield College; LL.D., Northeastern University; LL.D., University of New Hampshire Stearns, Frederick A. 66 Florence Avenue, Melrose S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Stevenson, J. Kenneth Id Goden Street, Belmont B C.S., Northeastern University Strahan, Samuel A. S. 242 South Huntington Avenue, Jamaica P lain S.B., Northeastern University Tatton, Gerald R. 61 Almont Street, Medford S.B., Northeastern University; M.B.A., Boston University Tenney. Calvin W. _ 98 Hemenway Street, Boston A.B., Yale University Thomson, Alfred J. 20 Pierce Place, Canton S.B , Boston University Thomson, Robert D. ' + " Broadway, Lynn S.B., Harvard University Towle, George W. 23 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington S.B., University of New Hampshire Tozer, Eliot F. 22 Devon Avenue, Beverly S.B., Massachusetts Art School Tuthill, John W. lA Gibson Terrace, Cambridge S.B., William and Mary College; M.B.A., New York University Vernon, Arthur A. 30 Erie Avenue, Newton Highlands S.B. and M.S., Union College; Ph.D., Princeton University 160 St. Botolph St. at Mass. Ave. May Be Rented for: REUNIONS, CONVENTIONS SPORTING EVENTS OF ALL KINDS Apply AVALTER A. BROWN Vice-President and General Manager Commonwealth 2040 LUT HER WITHAM INC. Caterers 441-447 CHATHAM STREET EAST LYNN, MASS. Dial: LY 2-5581 UPTOWN GARAGE 10 GAINSBORO STREET - BOSTON IN REAR OF NORTHEASTERN 24-Hour Repair and Towing Service Gasoline — Complete Lubrication Service Tires — Batteries — -Accessories Specializing in Hower arrangements for the iindergrailuate Symphony FLOWER SHOP 2M) Huntington Ave. Boston, Mas Telephones Kenniore 2U76, 2077 Coiiipliniciits rjf INC. 250 HUNTINGTON AVE. BOSTON, MASS. C,(j ii pli III cuts ( ! Gainsboro Delicatessen and Restaurant 52-A GAINSBORO STREET Enlarged and Renovated ; Appreciation to the Class of ' 40 B. C. DUNN ' S BEST ICE CREAM CO. Sold Exclusively at THE HUSKY HUT Compliments of A FRIEND 161 Vinal, Francis E. M.I.T. Graduate House, Camhiidge A.B. and M.A., Wesleyan University Wallace, Thomas H. 43 Brooksdale Road, Brighton S.B. and Ph.D., Boston University; M.A., Harvard Welch, George B. 876 Watertown Street, West Newton S.B., Bovvdoin College; Ph.D., Cornell University White, William C. 30 Summit Road, Wellesley SB., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University Whirtaker, Albert E. Highland Avenue, Lynnfield Center S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Harvard University Wolowicz, Chester H. 139 West 9th Street, South Boston S.B., Northeastern University Zeiler, Joseph W. 282 Concord Street, Framingham S.B. and M.E., Tufts College Zuffanti, Saverio 128 Atlantic Street, Quincy S.B., Northeastern University; MA., Boston University 162 31 HARRIS STREET, BROOKLINE, MASS. The COMPLETE PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE Colonial Feature Service Jofce Beoiom Press publicity Burgess ADVERTISING FINE PRINTING PHOTOGRAPHS COMMERCIAL UNUSUAL H. L. Applebaum ' 40 LA ARTIST TYPOGRAPHY LONgwood 9115 SIGNS ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS Exclusive Aianufacturers of The Senior Rin g of Northeastern University COLLEGE JEWELRY, FAVORS, MEDALS TROPHIES, ETC. Obtainable Only at NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE COMPLIMENTS OF THE Nnrtheaatetu Nema 163 r 1% D E R C L A S S I» I R E r T O R Y Aaronian. Tzola? A., ' 43 LA,. 27S Broadway, Cambndsc Abbot. Stuart R.. ' 44 LA., 72 Brook St., Frammeham Abbott. George C. ' 41 LA., 151 Lowell St.. Pcabody Abend. Charles F., ' 42 E , 305 Parrish St . Wilkes Barre. Aberle. William D.. ' 42 E.. 85 Ncwtonvillc Ave.. N ' ewton Abrams, Bertram T.. ' 43 LA., 10 Fenelon St., Boston Abrams. Charles S.. ' 44 L.A.. 19 North Anderson St.. Boston Abrams. Nathan D . ' 42 B A.. 193 Campbell Ave.. Revere . dams. Alexander P.. ' 41 LA.. 3 Savin Hill Ave.. Dorchester Adams. Frank P.. .Ir . ' 43 LA., 14 Wilbur St., Dorchester Adams. Leonard K.. ' 41 B A.. 7 Highland St., West Concord Adler, Bernard. ' 42 E.. 29 Lowe St.. Quincy Agababian. Haig H.. ' 44 B.A., 10 Aspinwall Rd, Dorchester Agliata. Thomas P,. ' 44 B,A.. 252 Chambers St.. Boston Agocs. Stephen. Jr.. ' 41 B.A,. 12 Morrill Place. Lynn Ahern. John Edward. ' 44 E . 140 Sherman St., Portland. Maine Ainslie, Henry W.. Jr.. ' 42 E.. Beechwood St.. Coh.lsset Aitken, Harry J.. Jr.. ' 43 E., 57 Squanto Road, Quincy Akell. Robert B.. ' 42 E.. 23 Intervale St.. Boston Akeroyd. Richard. ' 44 B.A.. 5 Warwick Road. Belmont Alden. Merton S.. ' 44 B.A. 51 Beacon St., Hyde P.irk Aldrich. George W.. ' 44 L.. ' .. 72 Menotomy Rd., Arlington Alexander. Arthur T.. ' 44 E.. 29 Carlton St.. Revere Alexander. Herbert C. ' 41 E., 44 Hlllsboro Road, Medford Aliberte, Fernando. ' 43 E.. 53 Forest Ave.. Everett Allegra, Salvatore J, ' 43 B.A., 451 Franklin Ave., Hart- ford, Conn. Allen. Benjamin Frederick. ' 44 E.. We-t School St.. Ver- gennes, Vermont Allen. Donald Edward. ' 44 E.. Hazardvillc. Conn. Allen, Harrj- C, Jr., ' 44 LA., 26 Lafayette St., Marblehcad Allen, John R.. ' 44 B.A., Main St.. Cambridge, N. Y. Allen, Lyman S.. ' 42 L.A.. S77 Washington St.. Gloucester Allen. Russell E.. ' 41 E.. 10 Baxter St.. Westboro Allicon, Phillip A., ' 41 L.A., 28 Clarendon St, Quincy Alston, Donald, ' 43 B A.. 124 Trenton St., Lawrence Amara. Dominic. 42 E.. IS Chambers St., Boston Ames. Richard P.. ' 41 LA.. 48 Buckingham Rd.. Milton Amon. William F., Jr. ' 44 E., 26 Maywood St., Roxburv- Andem, Wadsworth, ' 42 E,. 23 Oak Road. Milton Anderson, Albert E.. Jr.. ' 44 E.. 71 West St.. Cromwell. Conn. Anderson, Arthur S.. ' 41 L.A.. Bedford St.. Concord Anderson. Charles O. ' 42 B.A,. 356 Arlington St,. Watertown Anderson, Clifford F. A.. ' 44 LA,. 6 Congress St.. Worcester Anderson. Earl N.. ' 42 E,, 8 Brown Pl.ice. Woburn Anderson, Gordon F.. ' 44 LA.. Hotel RoyaL Guelph. Ontario. Can.ida. Andrews, Carl F.. ' 41 E., 327 Huntington Ave., Boston Andrews, Carlton R.. ' 42 E.. 28 Burnham St.. Belmont Andrews, Harlow P., ' 45 B.A , 4 Andrews St., Framingham Andrews, Joseph P.. ' 42 B.A., Box 505. Edgartown Road, Vineyard Haven Andrews, Lyman. ' 43 E,, 20 Ellis St,. Brockton Ankstitus. John P., ' 41 E.. 19 Ward St,. Worcester Annis, Arthur F., ' 43 B.A., 11 Cottage St., Marblehead Ansell. Norrls. ' 42 E . 93 Kilsyth Road. Brighton Antinarelli. Fred. ' 44 B,A,. 26 Howard St.. Watertown . ntognoni. Joseph. ' 44 E.. 12 Elsinorc St. Concord Archibald. Douglas Rae. ' 44 E., 10 Poplar St,, Milford Aronson, Howard, ' 43 E,, S83 Morton St,. Mattapan Aronovitz. Myron H,, ' 44 B,A,. 14 Nottingham St,. Newton Artlck. Edward F . Jr,. ' 44 E„ 26 Tremont St.. Chelsea Ashcroft, Clarence W. ' 43 E.. 20 Manton Rd., Swampscott Ashline, Robert D., ' 43 E.. 5 We -mouth St.. Fitchburg . shton, Donald, ' 44 E., 29 William St., West Newton .- skowith. Harold M., ' 43 E,. 202 Columbia Rd,, Dorchester Attridge, Gerry T,, ' 41 E,. Brookline St,. Pepperell Audct. Clement R . ' 42 E,. 51 Salem St.. Salem Augis, John M , ' 44 E,. 453 Main St,. Clinton Austin. John H., ' 44 E,, 3 Remington St,. Dorchester Austin. H. Russell. ' 43 LA,. 29 Allendale Rd.. Binghamton. N. Y Ayers. Elwyn Eugene. ' 42 E.. 65 Essex St.. Beverly Azzone. Michael J,. ' 44 LA.. 27 Goden St., Belmont Bobb, James Warren. ' 44 B A,, 37 Ilunlingtou Road, Arlington Babcock. Stanley E,. ' 42 E„ 5 Riverside St.. Bingham- ton. N. Y. Bach. Hans, ' 44 E., 1740 Hollan l Ave,. Bron.v New York. N, Y, Bacon, Cnnr.id 0.. ' 44 E , 569 Main St,. Middletown, Conn. Bacon. Lewis H . TIL ' 44 E.. 40 Congress St.. Weymouth Badala. Vincent. ' 42 E.. 14 Chandler St.. Arlington B.aer, Albert G.. ' 43 E„ S3 Parkside St.. Loncmeadow Bahry, Frank, ' 41 E„ 127 Derby St„ Salem Bailey, David W,, ' 44 E , 42 Woodsidc Ave,. Brockton Bailey. Philip H.. ' 42 E,, Ode Ter,. Randolph Baltler. Leonard It . ' 44 L.A,, 37 Alpha Rd., Dorchester Bajoras, George V,. ' 43 E,. 204 South Leonard St., Waterbury. Conn, Bakanauskas. Sam. ' 43 LA . 166 Wilson St,. Haverhill Baker. Bradford M,. ' 43 B,A,. 22 Sleadman St. Wakefield Baker. Harold R,. ' 43 LA . West Elm St,. Pembroke Baldasaro. John B,. ' 41 B,A,. 21 Avon Place, Newton Baldwin. Gedney H,. ' 44 B A,, 58 Washington St,, Belmont Balmforth, Edmund E., ' 44 L.A„ 26 Sherwood Road. Medford Balzer. George C. Jr,. ' 44 L.A,. 156 Appleton St.. .Arlington Bamber. John E,. ' 41 E,. IS Gardner R.ad, Norwood Banks. Frederick, " 41 LA . 16 Grove St., Belmont Barbadoro, Nelson, ' 43 E-, 51 Russell Si,, New Haven, Conn, Barber. Eliot F., ' 44 L,A„ 22 South Ave,, Melrose Barber, Frank J., ' 44 L,, ,, St, Clcmeuts Rd,, Medford Barber. Dcanc P., ' 44 B A.. 2S Robinson St.. Somcrville Barblcro. Dominick O.. ' 42 B,A,. ISl High St.. Nauga- tuck. Conn. Barbour, Charles W.. Jr.. ' 41 E„ 71 Catlcton St,, Port- land. Maine. Barclay. John E.. Jr,. ' 42 E,. 24 Lexington St,. Brockton Bardwell. C. Lamont. ' 43 B.A,. Mount Vernon. N. H. Barmaklan, Edward C. ' 42 E,. 52 Salisbury Road. Watertown Barnes. Leonard B.. ' 42 L.A., 17 Brookfield Rd , Waltiiam 164 Compliments of THE CLASS OF 1941 165 Barnes. Howard P., " 44 E.. 20 Blrcliwood Ave , Rutland. ' ermont Barnara. David L.. Jr., ' 43 L.A.. Mill St.. Burlington Barone. Joseph. ' 42 E., 322 Willow St., Waterbury, Conn. Barr, Robert D.. ' 44 L.A.. Fairhaven Road. Concord Barry. Edward T.. ' 43 B A.. 3 3 Cedar St.. Wellesley Barron, Selwyn Zisklnd. ' 44 B.A.. 160 University Road, Brookline Bartels, Otto G.. ' 42 E., 376 Amostown Rd.. W. Springfield Bartelson. Roger J., ' 42 E., 77 Suantum St., East Milton Barth, Milton S.. ' 43 E , 94S Morton St.. Mattapan Bartlett, Arnold S., ' 41 B A.. Eliot. Maine. Bartlett. Arthur Leonard. ' 44 B,A., 107S ' Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. Bartlett, Robert ' W., ' 41 E.. 765 Broadway. South Boston Bartlett, Ray H., Jr„ ' 42 E., 98 Thornton Rd . Waltham Barzelay, Arthur R.. ' 42 E., 58 Porter St., Maiden Bassett, Nilsson S,. ' 41 E.. 30 Jersey St., Marblehead Bassnett, Arthur J.. Jr., ' 43 E., 34 Clark St., Saco. Me. Batastini. Eugene 0.. ' 43 L.A.. 42 Summer St.. Danvers Bates, Byron D., ' 43 E., 38 Pearl St., New Bedford. Bates, Everett E , ' 42 E., 29 Ruby Ave.. Marblehead Batey, Arthur J.. ' 42 E., 83 High St., Newton Upper Falls Baxter, Douglas F., ' 42 E., S3 Chaske Ave., Auburndale Bayley. Edwin. ' 44 E., 27 Alden St, Whitman Bayley, Robert. ' 44 E., 312 High St.. Westwood Beake. Laurence 1., ' 41 E., 37 Bay State Ave.. West Somerville Beal. Edward, ' 44 LA., 11 Hyatt Ave., Harrison, N. Y. Beale, Joseph E., ' 44 B.A., 45 Norton Road. Quincy Bean, Bertram L, ' 44 B.A. 434 Concord St.. Framingham Bearcovitch, Aaron, ' 41 E., 281 No. Main St., Mansfield Hearse, Chester A., ' 44 B.A.. 7 Britton St.. Raynham Beaton, Joseph P., ' 41 B.A., 4 Hecla St., Dorchester Beaudoin, Gerard Leo, ' 44 E., 14 Claremont Ave., Quincy Becherer, Frederick R., ' 43 E.. 35 Ruskindale Road. Mattapan Bechtel, John H., ' 44 E., 35 Bradford Road, Newton Highlands Bedell, Albion R., ' 44 E.. 42 Chase St.. Danvers Beecher, W. Stanley, Jr., ' 41 E-, 246 South Huntington Ave.. Jamaica Plain Beer, Gerard R, ' 41 E., 86 Whitman St.. Maiden Begley, Edward, ' 43 B A., 2 Belton St.. Arlington Begley, John J., ' 43 E., 17 Cufflin St., Brighton Bclastock, Edward, ' 44 E., 25 Wilmington St., Brockton Belcher. Paul W., ' 44 E.. 56 Putnam St., Somerville Bell. Kenneth F., ' 44 B.A , 20 Fitchburg St.. Watertown Bell, Wilbur C, ' 42 E , 324 Main St., South Portland, Me. Bellamacina, Angelo A., ' 43 B.A., 8 Pickney St., Somerville Belmont, Harvey T., ' 43 L.A., 9 Courtland St.. Middleboro Benedetto, Anthony R.. ' 42 E . 9 Brook Ave., Wakefield Bennett, Harrison L., ' 43 B A., Raymond Road, South Sudbury Bennett, Harry W., ' 41 E., 165 Hudson. Somerville Benson, Alfred N., ' 43 B.A , 142 Highland Ave., Arlington Benson, Warren M,. ' 41 E.. 9 Jenny Lind St., North Easton Bentley, Donald E., ' 43 B.A., 58 Harbor View Ave, Winthrop Bentley, John M.. ' 42 E.. S3 Plympton St., Waltham Berestka, Edward S., ' 41 E, 67 Garfield Ave.. Eastharapton Berggrcn, John L.. ' 44 E., 25 Highland St., Waltham Bergner, Arthur W., ' 41 E., 34 McKinley Ave , Lowell Bergstrom, Carl Henry, ' 42 E., 17 Summit St., Hyde Park Bcrkland. Irving T.. ' 43 E.. 44 Cedar St., Norwood Berman. Merril. ' 44 E.. 4403 14th Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y. C, New York Bernstein, Irwin M., ' 43 E.. 43 Normandy St , Rosbury Bertasz, Michael E.. ' 42 B.A., Main St., Hinsdale, N. H. Besse, Neil K.. ' 43 E., 36 Washington St.. Fairhaven Berry, Benjamin E., Jr., ' 44 B.A , 84-46 160th St., Jamaica. New York Better, Paul. ' 44 E.. 24 Evans Road. Peabody Bevis, Edgar A . ' 43 E,. 43 Harrison St., Newu.n Highlands Bianco. Francis M., ' 44 L.A., 37 Faywood Ave, East Boston BIcknell. Hall. III. ' 43 L.A.. 143 Elmwood Ave.. Wollaston Bicderman. Robert. ' 44 E , 952 Morton St., Mattapan Bikofsky. Allan M.. ' 43 L.A.. 43 Waumbeck St., Roxbury Billings. Sanford M., ' 41 E., Hazardville. Conn. Binder, Martin S., ' 43 L.A., 109 Mt. Vernon, Maiden Birnbaum. Herbert. ' 43 L.A.. 306 Hyde Park Ave., Jamaica Plain Bisbee, Roger A., ' 43 B.A.. 16 Grcenough St.. Brookline Bischoff, Lewis. ' 42 E.. 497 Huntington Ave , Boston Bitsikas, John, ' 44 B.A.. 93 Sea St., Hyannis Bjorkman, Roy K., ' 41 E., 95 Jenness St., Lynn Blackman, Kay S., ' 43 E.. Findley Lake, New York. Blake. Martin. ' 43 E.. 57 Stanwood St.. Dorche-ler Blake. Robert W.. ' 44 B A., 259 Center St.. Bangor. Me. Blakely. John R.. ' 44 L.A.. 67 Ashland St.. Medford Blanchard, Earle P., ' 42 E.. South Washington St., Whitman Blanchard. Glenn E., ' 44 E., 13 Rustic Road. Stoneham Blanchard. Parker N.. ' 44 E . 5 Ravenscroft R..ad. Winchester Bliss, Herbert F., ' 41 E , 2 Winthrop Ave, Taunton Bloch, Leslie, ' 43 B.A., 377 Prospect St.. Cambridge Bloom, Lawrence S., ' 43 L.A., 46 Brookledge St., Roxbury Bodnar, Walter. ' 43 E.. 16 Highland Park Ave., Roxbury Boldizar, Robert J., ' 43 E., 157 East Ave., Norwalk. Conn. Bolivar, Carleton, ' 43 E, 11 Upland Road, Winchester Bolivar, Harold R., ' 43 E., 179 Governors Ave., Medford Bolonsky, Leonard J., ' 44 L.A., 80 Wellington Hill St.. Mattapan Bolton. Foster K., ' 43 E., Cabot, Vermont Bolz, William R,, ' 43 B A., Box 183, UncasviUe. Conn. Bonnanno. Walter J , ' 41 E., 4 Lyman Terrace. Dorchester Bong. Walter A.. ' 43 E., 2295 Main St., Springfield Bonia, Walter J.. ' 43 E.. Ill Salem St., North Revere Boodro. Robert M., ' 44 B.A., 116 Russelt Road, West Roxbury Borofsky, Arnold J,, ' 43 E., 10 Wilcock St., Dorchester Borolsky, Sumner L., ' 44 E., 10 Wilcock St . Dorchester Bornstein, David, ' 43 E., 24 Auduborn Road, Milton Bosworth. Gordon A., ' 43 E., 61 Cohasset St., Foxboro Bottiggi. Theodore A., ' 44 E.. 73 Madison Ave., Quincy Bouldr,-, John M. . ' 41 E., 39 Bradwood St , Roslindalc Bouldry, William W., ' 42 B.A., 39 Bradwood St., Roslindale BoutcUe, Warren T., ' 42 E., 130 Court Road, Winthrop Bowen. Harry D., ' 41 E., 51 Simpson Ave., Somerville Bower, Lcroy C, Jr., ' 44 E., 33 Pearl St , Newton Bowry, Donald, ' 43 E., King Philip Ro.nd, South Sudbury Boyajian, John H., ' 41 L.A., 471 Main St., Melrose Boyd, Charles A., ' 42 E., 10 Kcnrick St., Brightun Boyko. Solly, ' 44 L.A., 56 Kelly St., Biistol, Conn. 166 Compliments of THE CLASS OF 1942 167 Boyle. Herbert P.. I.: li.A.. 49 lliilsiae Ro;Ki. Newton Highlands Boyle. M.ircus J . ' t j B.A.. Clie.tiuil St., HatfieW Bracken. Gerald F.. Jr., ' tl E.. 17 Peqtiissetle St.. Watertown Br.ndley. Charlei V. ' 4+ L.. .. 29 Common St., West Quincy Brady, Francis L., Jr.. ' 4J E.. 147 Stetson Ave., Swampscott Bray, Chester W., ' 42 E.. .5SS Essex .Ave.. Gloucester Braistcd, John M., ' 44 B.A , Silver Bay. New York Breault, Lawrence D., ' 44 E., 500 Cushing St., Hiilgham Brennan. J. Clark, ' 43 L A.. 27 Grant St., Cambridge Briatid, Robert L., ' 41 L.A., 2S0 Pearl St., South Braintrcc Bridgham, AFmot A., Jr , 42 E., 179 Davis Ave.. Brookline Brierley. Kenneth. ' 42 B.A., 45 Blodgett Ave.. Pawtuckct. R. I. Briggs. Jame, T. 43 B. .. 627 Pleasant St.. Canton Brigham, James H., ' 44 E.. 54 Wliitney St., Northborough Brighara, RoUin W., Jr.. 44 L.. .. 1046 Main St., Hingham Brigham. Stanley F . 44 B,. .. 63 Oriole St.. Wc.-t Ro.v ury Britt, Joseph R.. ' 44 E.. 175 Larch Road, Cambridge Broaderick, Paul D , 44 B.A.. 367 Walnut Ave.. Boston Broderick. Robert J.. ' 44 LA., 42 Summer St , Milford Brocker, Roger J.. ' 43 E.. 451 Foch Blvd., iVIineola, N, Y. Brown, Allan R., ' 43 E., 36 Ellsworth Ave., Beverly Brown, Emery E., 42 B.. .. 43 Shirley Road, Waltham Brown, Fred 11.. 42 E.. So High St., Marblehead Brown, Gordon H., ' 42 B.A., 3S Bowdoln St., Newton Highlands Brown, Herbert N., ' 42 E.. 7 Clay St., Taunton Brown, James D., ' 42 E, 211 St, Botolph St., Boston Brown, Knowlton, ' 42 L.. .. 94 Brook St., Wclleslcy Brown, Richard E., ' 41 B A., 19 Glenwood Circle, Lynn Brown, Robert A., ' 44 E., 40 Linwood St., North U.vbridge Brown, Robert 11,. 43 E., . l.,iu St., Challiam Brown, Roger A. ' 42 E., 71 Ocean St., Dorchester Brown, Warren J., ' 43 E.. liampstead Ave., North Billerica Brown, Robert I., ' 42 E., 10 Reed St., Rockville, Conn. Bucci, Richard P., ' 44 B.A., 64 Wareham St., Medlord Buchanan, Stanley M., ' 44 £., 5 Arion St , Dorchester Buchbinder, Harold B., ' 44 L.A.. 27 Quincy St, Ro.xbury Buck, Ralph E., ' 44 E., 161 Savin Hill Ave., Drcohester Buckley, Daniel J., Jr., ' 42 E., IS Linden Ave., Maiden Bunich, Jack J., ' 44 B.A., 35 Theodore St., Dorchester Buonopane, Anth.ny L., ' 44 B.A., 37 Salutation St., Boston Burbank, Richard M., ' 44 E.. 25 llartstuff St., Rockland Burdctt, John, 44 E . 5o Elmwood Road. Swampscott Burgamaster, E. Arnold, Jr , ' 44 E,, 22 Waverly St., Stoneham Burger, Edwin Matthias, ' 44 E., 49 Cortland St., Springfield Burgess, Howard C, ' 44 E., 47 Carleton St., Newton Burgess, Karl B., ' 44 E., 35 Highland St., Rockland Burghardt, Alden M., ' 42 E , 25 Middle, South Dartmouth Burke, Edward L., ' 43 E,, 18 Winter St, Arlington Burhilt. Norman A., ' 44 B.A . 297 Western Prom.. Port- land, iMaine. Burnhani, John F., 44 L.A., 71 Perry St., Stoughton Burnham, Robert C, 43 L.A., 5 llolten St., Danvers Burns, Ralph W., ' 42 L.A,, 72 Grant St., Marlboro Burns, William J , Jr.. ' 44 L.A.. Bo.x 12, Fort Devens Burrell, Willard A., ' 41 E., 340 Liberty St., Rockland Burton, Eugene F., ' 41 L.A,, 3S Colony Road, Lcxingfui Bush, Chester, ' 43 E.. 139 Beaver St., Hyde Park BiishloU. Frank. ' 43 E.. 26 B.iiid St.. Dorchester Buskcy, Felix A., ' 44 E.. SIA Tremont St., Clarcmont. N. H. Bustcad, William J., ' 41 E.. Wilmington Rd., Burlington Butcher. Stanley E.. ' 43 L.A, 4 Washington Ave.. Audovcr Butler. Arthur .M.. Jr.. ' 43 B.. .. 526 Water St., Framingham Butterfield, Forrest V.. ' 42 E.. Springfield. ' t, Buxton, David, ' 43 L.A.. Goodman Hill Read, Sudbury Buxton, Harold A.. ' 42 E., Harwood Ave.. Littleton Buxton, Robert W., ' 41 E.. 10 Freeman St., Arlington C:afasso, Anthony J., 44 E, Ull W.vllis . ve.. .Maiden Cahill. Paul R,. ' 42 LA,. 12 Early Ave.. .Medlord Caiola. Guy S., ' 44 B,A,. 11 Kimball Ruad, Watertown Caldwell, Leonard A.. ' 42 E.. Church St., Canaan, Conn, Callahan, Duane L.. ' 44 E.. to Colfax St., Newport, Vt. Callahan, Edward F., ' 44 L,. ,. 10 Roseway St., Jamaica Plain Callahan. Jo.seph J. Jr.. ' 44 E.. 114 Gardner St., West Roxbury Callahan. Robert, 4 5 L.A.. 20S6 Nelson Ave.. Memphis, Tenn. Callahan, William F., ' 43 LA,. 25 Kingman Ave.. Brockton Cameron, Duncan H., Jr., ' 43 E,, 306 Dudley St., Roxbury Cameron, Francis . . C. ' 44 1,,. .. 25 Hamillou St.. Dorchester Cameron, George D.. ' 44 I. A.. 275 Pontiac Ave., Cranston, R. I. Cameron, Paul W., ' 44 E , 59 Tamworth Hill Ave.. Greenwood Cammarata. Joseph, ' 43 B.A., 42 Fairmont St., Arlingtoi, Campbell, Gardner E., Jr., ' 44 L.A., 11 Wave Ave., Wakefield Campbell. John D,, 44 B,A,, 70 Pleasant St,, North Andover Campbell, John F,, ' 43 L.A.. 44 Ocean St., Atlantic Campbell, Robert C, ' 44 B.A., 41 Marine Road, South Boston Candis, Gregory G., ' 43 B.A., 40 Isabella St., Boston Cann, Francis A,, ' 43 B.A , 83 Winnepurkit Ave., Lynn Cantor, Milton L., ' 43 L A., 2S Whitman St., Dorchester Capobianco, P. Joseph. ' 44 L.A., 430 McGrath Highway, Somerville Capone, Joseph, Jr.. ' 43 E.. 380 Beech St., Roslindale Caputi, Joseph J., ' 42 E, 1123 North Ave,, Bridgeport, Conn. Caputo, Americo A., ' 41 E., 25 Gladstone St , East Boston Caputo, Paul A.. Jr., ' 44 L.A., 62 Arborway, Jamaica Plain Carangelo. John J.. ' 44 E.. 63 Anthony St., New Haven. Conn. Card, Fred S.. Jr., ' 43 B.A , S5 PUimmer Ave., Winthrop Carder, John S., ' 44 E., 64 Eliot Ave., West Newton Carey, Francis W„ ' 4 3 E., 40 Longlellow St., Dorcliestei Carine, Eugene J.. ' 43 E„ S St. Hobart St., Brighton Caris, Robert B., ' 43 E., 73 Ely Place, East Orange, N. J. Carito, William A., ' 43 E„ 49 Charter St,, Boston Carleton, George T., ' 42 B,A., 134 Kenoza Ave., Haverhill Carleton, Russell, ' 14 E., 3 West St„ Stoneham Catling, Albert Ernest, ' 43 LA., 4 Brookline St., Nashua, N. H. Carlseu, Merviii L.. ' 44 L.. .. 103 Rockdale St., Matlapan Carlson. Fridolf, ' 43 E., 54 Seaver St., North Easton Carlson, .Melvin E,, ' 43 L.A., 39 Mansfield St., Gloucester Carlson, Quinton, ' 43 E., 48 Seaver St., North Easton 168 Compliments of THE CLASS OF 1943 169 Caro, Joseph H., ' 43 LA.. 94 Nightingale St., Dorcliester Carosi, .Alfred C. ' 41 E.. 14 Grafton St., Quincy Carpano, Pasquale, ' 43 E., 54 Chavenson St., Fall River Carpenter, Edward P., ' 44 E., IJS Old Colony Ave,, Wollaston Carpenter. Lawrence H., ' 43 B A.. 0 Hope St.. Attleboro Carpenter. Richard H., ' 43 B,A., 44 Huttleston Ave.. Fairhaven Carpenter, Robert D.. ' 41 E., ol) Curtis St,, Waltham Carpenter, William H.. ' 4_ ' B.A., 112 Argyle Road. East Braintree Carpenter. ernon F., ' 41 E.. Sandy Creek. N. V. Carr, Ralph S.. ' 41 E., 12 Holt St., Concord, N. H. Carroll, James J.. ' 44 L A.. lOS Fuller St., Dorchester Carroll, Robert M.. ' 4+ B.A , 16 Park Road. Belmont Carroll. William Francis, ' 44 B.A., 16 Park Road, Belmont Carroll, William J., Jr.. 57 Cambridge St., Lawrence Carter, Irving D., ' 42 L.A., S3 Parsons St., Brighton Carter, William N., ' 42 L.A., 71 Clarendon Ave., West Somerville Carvill, Richard E.. ' 43 E., 15 Alaric St., West Roxbury Cary, Spencer H.. ' 44 B A., 36 Winthrop St., Winchester Cashman. Albert C. ' 43 B A , 32 Belcher Circle, Milton Cassarino, Sevastian J., ' 43 E., S4 Endicott St., Boston Cassetta, Anthony A.. ' 44 E., 217 Princeton St.. East Boston Cassidy, Ellsworth S,, ' 41 B.A, 21 Norton St, Braintree Cassidy, Richard P„ ' 44 L.A., 216 South Central Ave.. Wollaston Casty, David, ' 44 B.A., 41 Hazeltiin St., Mattapan Caswell, John H., ' 42 L.A., ii South Third Ave., Ilion. New York Cegelski, Joseph J, ' 41 E„ 17 Daggett St., New Haven, Center, William 11,, ' 44 E., Bo. 118, Ravena, N. Y. Chaffee. Robert E.. ' 41 E.. 68 Prospect St., Belmont Chalek, Mitchell. ' 42 L.A., 572 Chestnut St., Lynn Chaloff, Richard S , ' 44 L.A , 25 PrisciUa Road, Newton Chalow, Alfred J., ' 43 L.A., 426 North Ave., Duneelen, New Jersey Chamberlin, Richard I., ' 43 E., 4+ Field St., Boston Chapman, Donald A., ' 44 E„ 24 Hazel St., Lowell Chapman, Phillip A , ' 43 L.A., 47 Sudan St., Dorchester Charles, Frank V., ' 44 LA., 91 East St., Melrose Charles, Joseph A., ' 42 B.A.. Ferry Road, Salisbury Charles. Willard G., ' 41 B.A.. Salisbury Chase, Kenneth R., ' 43 B.A , 261 Pratt Ave,, Somerset Chase, Waller M., Jr., ' 43 E., 28 Hillcrest Rd., Needham Chase, W. Raymond, ' 41 B.A., Monument Beach Chatterton, Earl L., ' 41 E., 37 Quincy St., Medford Chechames, Arthur H., ' 41 E., 172 Auburn St., Cambridge Chernecky, Edward, ' 44 E., 5 Meadow St.. Ansonla, Conn. Chesley, Earle M., Jr.. ' 44 B.A,. 108 Summer St.. Auburn, Maine Chilson, Flomer E., ' 42 E., 185 South St., Northampton Chin, Henry, ' 42 E., 477 Broadway, Chelsea Chipkin, Charles, " 42 E , 79 Kensington St., New Haven, Conn. Chipman, John C. ' 42 E., 99 Waverly St., Arlington Chisholm, John, ' 43 E., 3 Bowden St., Marblehead Church, Arthur E, Jr., ' 42 E., 78 Nelson St., Leominster Church. Herbert S., Jr.. ' 43 E., 7 Nelson St., Natick Ciarcia, Joseph J., ' 44 E., 49 Harvard St., Winchester Cidulka, Leo. Jr.. ' 41 L.A.. 33 Allen St.. Boston Clancey, Colman D.. ' 43 E.. 07 Gray St., Portland, Maine Clancy, John J . ' 41 E.. 54 Lavender St., MiUis Clapp. Donald K., ' 44 E., 48 Cohasset St., Roslindale Clark, Aubrey E.. ' 42 B.A., Snell St.. Holbrook Clark, Lawrence C. ' 44 L.A.. 35 Ellis St.. Brockton Clark, Robert B., ' 44 L.A., 30 Tremont St , Weymouth Clark, Willard D., ' 41 E.. 39 Brooks St., West Medford Clarke, Cortlandt, ' 44 L.A., 12 Birch HiU Ave., Wakefield Claypole, Arthur H., Jr., ' 42 B.A., 227 Robbins St., Waltham Cleary, Paul G , ' 44 L.A., 59 Goodnough Rd., Chestnut Hill Cleveland, Eric G.. ' 42 E., West Woodstock, N ' ermont Cleveland, John F.. Jr., ' 44 E., 9 Ray St.. Beverly Cleveland, Leon M., ' 42 E.,. Reading. Vermont Cline, Erwin H., ' 43 L.A., 379 Walnut St., Stoughton Close, Charles iM., ' 43 B.A.. 2 Lake Ave., Middletown, N. Y. Close, Richard R., ' 43 B.A., 10 Horton St., Rye, N. Y. Clough, Roy F.. ' +4 L.A., Bartlett St.. Chelmsford Cobb, Carleton M., ' 44 B.A., 30 Marathon St., Arlington Cobb, William J., ' 42 B.A., 142 Vernon St., Norwood Cogan, John J , ' 41 LA., 20 Virginia St., Dorchester Cohen, Harvey H., ' 44 L.A.. 12 Mount Bowdoin Terrace. Dorchester Cohen John J.. ' 43 B A., 577 Norfolk St.. Matt.ipan Cohen, Leon, ' 44 B.A.. 19 Gieendale Rd.. Boston Cohen. Leonard B., ' 41 E., 33 Winston Rd.. Dorchester Cohen. Robert, ' 43 E., 31 McLellan St., Dorchester Cohen. Sidney, ' 43 E., 31 McLellan St.. Dorchester Colan, George H., ' 44 E., 503 Commercial St., Weymouth Colantonio, Ernest J , ' 43 L.A., Adams St., Newton Colcord, Sterling B., ' 44 B.A., 336 Le. ington St., Auburn- dale Cole, Carl E., 43 E., 112 Quinabequin Rd., Newton Lower Falls Cole, David 11., ' 44 B.A., 59 Superior St., Lynn Cole, Harvey i I., ' 43 E., 37 Standish St., North Weymouth Coleman, Ralph A , ' 41 E.. 14 Chester St., Quincy Collatos, Constantine, ' 41 L.A., 63 Emerald St., Boston Collzaao. Charles J,, ' 44 LA.. 28 Franklin St., Woburn Colmes, Walter B., ' 41 L.A., 235 Chestnut Flill Ave., Brighton Colt, Edward, ' 42 L,A., 78 Wellington Hill St.. Mattapan Comninos, George, ' 41 E., 934 Washington St., Lynn Conant, John P., ' 43 E., 36 Arlington Ave., Beverly Concannon, Francis J., ' 44 L.A., 3 Highland Park, Boston Condon, John H., HI, ' 44 L.A., Great Rd., Bedford Connolly, John E., ' 44 B.A., 12 Ackers Ave., Brookline Connor, John M, ' 42 E., 11 Curtin St., Mansfield Consolazio, George A,, 43 L.A., 94 Berkshire St., Cam- bridge Constantine, Bilon P., ' 43 L.A., 455 Park Drive, Boston Cook, Ernest AL, ' 44 E., 15 Albemarle St., Waltham Cook, Frank B , ' 41 E., 12 Pomeroy St., Allston Cook, John L,, 41 B.A., 290 Grove St., Wellesley Cookson, Albert A., ' 44 E., 20 Norfolk St., Needham Coole, Franklin S., ' 44 B.A., 8 Dalton Rd., Belmont Cooper, George W., ' 44 L.A., 34 Grove St., West Medford Copeland, Charles M., ' 43 B.A., 30 Spring St., Le.-cington Copeland, Gordon E., ' 41 B.A., 32 Grecnlcaf St., Quincy Copithorne, Alton R., ' 44 E., 54 Garfield Ave, Chelsea 170 Compliments of THE CLASS OF 1944 171 Corcoian. Ir-mcis A.. ii B.A . 22 Gr .enoufli Ave.. Jamaica Plain Corkum. James L., ' 44 B.A.. 54 York St.. Springfield Cornell. William B , ' 44 B.A.. 5S Arnold Rd., North Qiilncy Cormvell, Altamont J.. ' 42 E., 24 Orchard Ave,. Blasdell, . . Y. Cort. Robert. ' 4; B.A.. 168 Harvard Si.. Boston Coscla. Amlco. ' 44 L.A.. 131 Maiden St.. Revere Coscia, Anthony. ' 44 B.A.. 47 Cleveland St.. Arllnplon Costa. George W . 44 L.A.. 20 Berkelj- Rd.. Nantaskel Beach Costa. John J . ' 44 E.. 244 Washington St.. Ut.m.x. New York. N. Y. Cotton. Paul E.. ' 41 E.. 116 Alvar.ido Ave.. Worcester Coughlin. Bernard J.. ' 41 E., IS High St.. Greenfield Coughlin. Joseph F.. ' 42 E.. 53 Saunders Rd.. Norwood Coughlin. Kenneth J.. ' 44 L.A.. 15 Middle St . Stoneham Co.x. Everett ¥.. Jr., ' 43 B.A., 30 Green St.. Hudson Cox, George H.. ' 44 B.A., Box 127. East JafTrey. N. H. Co.x. John W., ' 43 E . 105 Blossom St.. Fitchburg Craig, Francis C, ' 44 B.A.. 37 Horion PI.. Milton Crispell, Herbert, ' 41 E.. 41 Broome St.. Binghamton. N. Y. Crocker. Denton W., ' 42 L.A., 44 Bellevue Rd.. Beach Blull Cronin. Francis W,.. ' 42 LA.. 12 Walnut St., Needham Crosslcy. Norman S.. ' 42 E.. 13 Lyman St.. Laoinia. N. II. Crowdis. George B.. " 42 B.A.. 16 Randlett St., Wollaston Crowther, Ralph I " .. Jr., ' 41 E., 19 Webster St.. Framing- ham Crozicr. Robert. ' 42 E , 11 Courlland St.. Middlcboro Crugnola. Angelo L.. ' 44 E.. 7 Oakland St., Ro.vLury Crumb, Lloyd P., ' 41 E,, Leonardsvillc. N. Y. Cullen. James H.. ' 41 B.A., 25 Ridgemont St,. Boston Cummings. Archer. ' 44 B.A.. Fen Rod Rd., Rochester, N. H, Cummings, Francis W„ ' 42 E., 57 Ml. Id.i Rd.. Dorchester Cummings. Richard S.. ' 44 E , 304 Humphrey St. Suamp- Cummare. Francis H.. ' 41 E.. 16 Centre St., Waltham Cunningham. Gerald F.. ' 41 E., 9 Union St , Haverhill Cunningham. James L.. ' 42 B.A., Tower Rd.. Lincoln Curran. Robert J., ' 41 L.A,, 28 Parrott St, Lynn Curtis, Herman Jr., ' 44 E., Warren St„ Searsport. Maine Curuby, Nicholas G., ' 44 L A., 35 Blossom St., Lynn Cushman, George S.. ' 41 E., 51 Oliver St.. Fall River Cushman, Richard W., ' 43 LA.. 11 Chase Ave., Lexington Cusack, John J., ' 44 E,, 26 Corona St., Boston Cusick. Fred M., ' 42 B.A.. 23 Oakland St , Brighton Daborowski, Ignnce J., ' 43 E., 49 Denton Circle, Springfield Dabkowski, Joseph Stanley. ' 43 B.A.. 148 Grove St., New Britain. Conn. Dacey, Edward F., ' 42 L.A.. 96 Hcmcnw.iy St . Boston Dacey, Robert C. ' 44 B.A.. 81 We.tv ille St.. Dorchester D ' Agata, Samuel J., ' 41 B.A.. 305 Prospect St., Lawrence Daggett, Norman L.. ' 44 E., Railroad Ave., Barnstable Dagle. Somes J , ' 44 B.A.. 19 Ashland St., Medford Dahl. John S., ' 44 B.A., Box 171, Dandown. N. H. Daigle, Oscar L.. ' 43 E., 320 Main St.. Van Buren. Maine Daley. Robert W.. ' 42 E., 68 Hancock Rd.. Maiden Darai.ino. Augustion J.. ' 41 LA., 15 Charmc Ave.. Roslindalc D ' Amore. Frank G., ' 44 L.A.. 25 Chelsea St.. East Boston Damplo, Anthony J,, ' 44 L.A,, Pine St,. Medway Danburg, Abraham. ' 41 E., 9 Duke St., Boston Dane. Norman B.. ' 43 B.A.. S4 Londonderrv Road. Marblehead D ' Angeli. Joseph D.. ' 44 E.. 7 Minot St., Boston Darling. Robert. ' 43 E.. 464 Ash St., Brockton Datz, ALixwell W.. ' 43 B.A.. 955 Morton St., Mattapan Davidzick, Walter. ' 43 E.. 126 Congress Ave.. Chelsea D.ivies. Charles S . ' 44 LA.. 62 Main St.. Stoneham Davis. Arthur E., ' 41 B.A.. 3 3 Wheclock Ave.. Norwood Davis. Carl C. ' 41 E.. 35 Pulsiler St.. Newtonville Davis. Frank J.. ' 43 B.A.. Codman Rd.. South Lincoln Davis. L. Burnham, ' 42 B.A, 14 Sherman Rd . Greenwood Davis. Elbridgc. ' 42 L.A.. 2 Maple Rd.. Winchester Davis, William A., ' 43 B.A.. 40 Federal St.. Reading Dawson. Francis Henry. ' 44 B.A.. 55 Munroe St.. Belmont DeAvellar. Joseph I., Jr , ' 41 LA.. 220 Atlantic St.. Quincy Dean. Harold L.. ' 43 E., Farrar Rd.. South Lincoln De Bery. Edward. ' 44 LA.. 32 Ashford St., Allston DeCotis. Mich.acl C. ' 41 L.A., 9 Bell St.. Danvcrs Deering. Sylvester D., Jr.. ' 44 E . 2 Middle St.. Gloucester DelGrosso. Chaunccy. ' 43 B.A.. 31 Elm St., Cohasset DcLuca. John H., ' 42 B,A., 76 Scofield St,, Stamford, Conn. DcLuc, Willard F„ ' 41 L.A., 28 Weyanoke St, Dorchester Dcmbowski, Leonard S., ' 44 I. A,, 18290 Praric St., Detri Mil DcMontier. Herbert. ' 44 B.A.. 19 Appleton St., Melrose DeNapoli, Gerard R., ' 41 E,. 34 Manet Rd., Newton Deneke, George E., ' 42 L,A., 48 Pearl St.. Mystic, Conn. DePiccolcllis. John P.. ' 42 E.. 38 Hemenway St.. Boston Dennis. Richard. ' 43 E.. 58 Hillside Ave.. Revere DeRoche. Francis R.. ' 42 L.A., 58 Madison St.. Madison. Maine DcSantis. Joseph, ' 45 E. 4 Bicklord Rd., Maiden Deschcnes. Robert E , ' 4.; L.; ., East Arlington. ' Vt. D ' Eugenio. Tersino Mario, ' 44 E.. 304 Langlcy Rd.. Newton Centre DeVeuve. Ernest. ' 44 E., 77 Augustus Ave.. Roslindale Dewey. George W.. ' 43 B A., R.F.D. 3. Winstod. Conn. Dewirc, Francis M.. Jr., ' 44 B.A , 40 Ch,inning Rd., Belmont Dexter, Eugene F.. ' 43 B.A.. 61 Winslow Rd., Belmont Dexter, George N., ' 44 E.. 8 Clarkson St„ Dorchester Diamond, Harold S,. ' 41 LA.. 35 Armand St.. Mattapan Dias. Joseph. ' 44 LA,. 361 County St.. New Bedford DiCara. Salvatore V., ' 41 B.A., 6 Greennjount St,, Dorchester DiCicco, Valentino, ' 43 E,, 93 Winthrop St,, Brockton Dickey, Gilmore, ' 42 E., 28 Bay Stale Rd.. Belmont Dicklow, James A„ ' 43 E.. 67 Lower Boulevard St . New London. Conn. DiFrancesco. Charles J., ' 44 E.. 43 Charter St , Boston DiGiorgio. John A„ Jr,. ' 44 L.A.. 116 Everett St., East Boston Dignes. William T., ' 43 E.. 3 West Canton St . Boston Dillon. Carl Raymond. ' 44 B.A,, Main St„ Brownville Jet , Maine Dillon James 1I„ Jr„ ' 44 L.A., 12 Georgia Rd., South Weymouth DiMaggio. Anthony J., ' 43 E , 8 Milton St,, Arlington Dindio. Antonio. Jr., ' 43 L.A . 60 Cornell St„ Roslindale DiNozzl, Guido, ' 41 E., 252 Bro.idway, Boston Dinsmore, Paul E., ' 42 B.A.. 78 Ash St., Waltham Dion, Arthur F., Jr., ' 44 E,, 14 Glendale St„ Salem Dion. Norman Joseph, ' 44 L,A,, 32 Floyd St, Waltham Dion, Raymond O., ' 41 E,, 14 Glendale St,. Salem 172 Compliments of ALPHA KAPPA SIGMA BETA GAMMA EPSILON ETA TAU NU NU EPSILON ZETA SIGMA KAPPA PSI KAPPA ZETA PHI SIGMA PHI ALPHA GAMMA PHI KAPPA 173 DiPietro, Paul A.. ' 43 E.. 59 Broadway, Somerville DiPietro. William O.. ' 42 E., 24 HiUcrest Circle. Watertown Director. Philip R, ' 42 E.. US Trowbridge St.. CambridBO Divoll. Richard L . ' 43 E . Darton St.. Concord Di. on. Robert A., ' 41 E.. 20 Cliff St.. Maiden Dizer. John T.. Jr.. ' 44 E., 24 School St.. Bellows Falls. Vt. Dobbins. William K.. ' 44 E., Winn St.. Burlington Dodge. Malcolm F . ' 43 L.A , 16 Walnut Ave, Beverly Doe. Warren A., ' 44 B.A., 398 High St.. Dedham Doherty. Francis C. ' 44 L.A., 31 Weld Hill St.. Forest Hills Doherty. Leo F.. ' 41 E.. School St.. Revere Donahue. Patrick H.. ' 41 E. 100 Blue Hill Ave.. Milton Donahue. William T . ' 44 E.. 26 MagiU St.. Waterbury. Conn. Donahue. William K., -45 E,. 19 Murray Hill Park, Maiden Donaldson. Russell. ' 44 L.A.. 47 Crescent St.. Cambridge Donelson. G. Robert. ' 41 E.. State Rd.. North Hatfield Donkin. Alan N.. ' 44 E , 24 Beechwood Rd.. East Braintree Donlan. Raymond J.. ' 43 L.A . 61 Dale St.. Waltham Donlon. Stephen J.. ' 42 B A.. 37 Salem St.. Swampscott Donohue. Thomas J.. ' 44 B.A.. 13 Pearl St.. Manchester. Conn. Donovan. James Richard. ' 44 L A.. 33 Granite St.. Norwood Dormandy. Roger B . ' 44 E., 867 Third Ave.. Troy, N. Y. Dorosz. Adolph S., ' 42 E., 353 South St.. Bridgewater Dow. Ralph R.. ' 44 B.A.. 574 Lexington St.. Waltham Dowcett. Frank E., ' 44 E.. 1015 Washington St.. Newton Dowd. James W.. ' 42 E.. S Bradford St.. Taunton Dowling. John H. ' 41 E.. 20 Whitten St.. Dorchester Djyle. Robert S.. ' 44 E.. 61 First St.. Medlord Drake. Weldon. ' 43 E.. 97 Charles St.. Boston Drevitch. Samuel. ' 42 E.. 36 Wilder St.. Dorchester Drew. Robert G.. ' 44 L.A.. 41 Bromfield St.. Newburyport Druce. Winne. ' 44 B.A.. Central Ave . Albany. N. Y. Drummond. David B.. ' 42 B.A.. 22 George Anna St.. South Braintree Dniry. H. Blake. ' 42 L.A., R.F.D. 2. Athnl Dudley. Benjamin A.. ' 42 E . Farm Rd,. Marlborough Duffy. Thomas H.. ' 44 E,, 123 Lindsey St,. Fall River Dugas. Vincent J„ ' 44 L A.. 49 Clark St., Waltham Duling. Arthur F.. ' 44 E.. 106- Phillips St.. Fitchburg Dumas. Leland B,. ' 43 B.A , 127 Playstead Rd,. West Medford Dunlavy. Frank J . ' 41 E., 190 Pine St.. Wollaston Dunn. Albert D,. ' 42 B,A,. 44 North Wellington St,, New Britain. Conn. Dunphy. John V.. ' 44 E,. 51 Maxfield St,. Boston Duquette. Vincent J., ' 44 L A,. 1 10 Fayerweather St,. Cambridge Dump. Paul C. ' 43 E.. 11 Newfield St, Wollaston Duttlng. John B . ' 44 E., 402 Main St.. Portland. Conn. Dwyer. Francis L,. ' 42 E,. 227 Fanuil St.. Brighton Divyer. Frederick T.. ' 42 L.A.. 314 Main St,. Melrose Dyer. Charles F,. ' 41 E,. 30 Lynde St,. Melrose Willi. Son ' 44 E,. 27 Bclm Earle. Ernest L.. Jr.. ' 44 E,. 99 Hillside Rd., Watertown Eaton. Edward R.. ' 44 E,. 34 Orange St., Springfield Eberhardt. George W . Jr.. ' 44 B.A.. 237 Cottage St.. Pawtucket. R. I. Eckert. John 0.. ' 41 E,. 29 Greenwood St. Greenwood Eckler. Norman H.. ' 41 E.. Hegins. Penn. Edwards, Norman F., ' 44 L.A,. 15 Grecly St.. Port Henry, N. Y. Edwards. Stanley A , ' 44 E,. 32 L nchester Ter., Springfield Egles. Douglas R . ' 44 E., Plymouth St.. Holbrook, Mass. Ehrenzeller. Wesley S.. ' 44 E.. 23 Parklawn Rd.. West Roxbury Ekiund, Ernest A.. ' 43 E,. Myrtle St,. Ashland Elbling, Irving N., ' 43 L.A., 107 Palm St., Nashua. N, H. Elksnin. Henry. ' 42 E.. 173 Winter St.. Brockton Elliott. Edgar H . ' 42 E,. Thompson. Conn. Elliott. Rcbert H.. ' 44 L.A.. 34 Foster St.. Arlington Ellis, Franklin F,. ' 41 E, 6 Philbrick St.. Norwood Ellis, Robert 0,. ' 42 E,. Main St., Rangeley. Maine Ellison. Donald L,. ' 43 L.A.. 7 Crafts St.. Waltham Emerson. Francis W, ' 44 B.A.. 13 Windsor Rd., Somerville Eng. Walter, ' 43 E., 34 Harrison Ave,. Boston Engle. George I . Jr., ' 44 E., 133 Arnold Rd.. Newton Center Erickson. Leonard. ' 44 L.A,. 2 Bellevuc Ave.. Waltham Ericson. Harry L.. ' 43 E.. " Eaglehead. " Manchester Estelle. Weems E,. ' 43 E., 23 Wellington Rd„ Manchester, Conn, Estrich. Irving A.. ' 44 L,A,. 9 Foster St.. Lynn Everett. William C, ' 42 E . 25 Pine St.. Taunton Fairbanks, Boyd C. ' 44 E., 61 Monument St.. West Medford Faletra. Benjamin A.. ' 44 L.A,, 22 Averton St.. Roslindale Fallows. Ernest M,, ' 41 E,. 21 Robertson St., Quincy Fantony. Joseph A., ' 44 L.A., Turnpike Rd.. Fayville Faretra. Vincent J., ' 43 L.A., 182 Franklin St,. Allston Farnan. James T., ' 44 B.A., 19 Elm St., Lynn Farney, Leonard C. ' 41 E„ R F D, 2. Lowville. N. Y. Farrell. James Henry. Jr.. ' 44 B.A,. 37 Charlotte Rd., Newtcn Center Farrell, Vincent B., ' 44 E„ 268 Gallivan Blvd.. Dorchester Fay. George B.. ' 44 E.. Whittier St., Dover. N. H Fay. Joseph H . Jr.. ' 44 L.A.. 49 Lake Ave.. Melrose Feener. Donald H.. ' 44 E., 54 Lindall St.. Danvers Feeney, Thomas J.. 44 B.A , 15 North St.. Newton Feinberg. Albert J,. ' 44 L,A,. 32 Dcckhard St,, Boston Feinberg. Julius. ' 44 L.A., Minnewaska Ave.. Kershonkson. N, Y. Feinberg, Milton I., ' 41 L.A., 32 Deckard St , Roxbury Feinberg. Sidney L.. ' 41 B.A., 24 Shore Drive. Winthrop Fcllman. Harold S.. ' 44 B.A,, 177 Scituate St., Arlington Ferguson. Harry J., ' 41 E,. 243 Metropolitan Ave,. Roslindale Ferguson. John W,. ' 43 E.. 20 Harriet Ave,. Belmont Fernberg. Robert. ' 44 B.A.. 40 Wcntworth St.. Boston Ferraro. Francis H., ' 44 E., 89 Faywood Ave,, East Boston Ferraro. Joseph, ' 44 E.. 71 Elmwood St.. Revere Fiantaca. Joseph S.. ' 44 E., 186 Cottage St.. East Boston Fiedler. A. Harry. ' 43 B.A.. Elysian Ave.. Falmouth Field. Arthur B., ' 42 L A.. 20 Chase Ave , Lexington Field, Wesley M,. ' 44 E,. 20 Chase Ave.. Lexington Figlioli. Aldo R., ' 41 B,A , 67 Yale Parkway. Meridcn. Conn. Filkins, Elmer S., ' 44 B.A,. 141 Hartford Ter.. Springfield Fillebrown. Carter. Jr., ' 41 E,. 43 Elm Ave,. Wollaston Fillion. Richard Walter. ' 44 B,A,. 16 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton Fine. Harold E,. ' 43 E. 36 Upham St.. Maiden 174 aib tubio 18 NEWBURY STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS School and College Photographers Completely equipped to render the highest quality craftsmanship and an expedited service on both personal portraiture and photography for college annuals. Photographers to the Class of 1940 PATRONS MAY OBTAIN DUPLICATES AT ANY TIME 175 FInkle. Earl. ' 41 E.. 11 Nahant Ave. Ri vcrc Finn. Paul K.. ' -44 L... ., Prospect . ve.. Northampton Finncgan. Carl L , ' 43 E , SO Stoiipluon St.. Dorchester Fiocca, William. ' 44 L.. ., 375 Willow .Ave. Lone Branch. . J. Fiorc, Anthony S,. ' 43 B.A., Chetwvnd Rd.. Somervillc Fischer. Robert B., ' 44 E., Lowell St.. West Pcibody Fisher. Harland S., ' 42 E . 34i. Phillips St . Greenfield Fisher. M.ilcolm E.. ' 42 E., 145 Conway St.. Greenfield Fitzpatrick. John F., ' 43 E., 39 Mechanic St., Foxboro Fladger, Robert H.. ' 44 E.. S Avon St.. Saugus Flanigan. George W.. ' 43 LA.. 33 Union St . Braintrec Flato. Jerome C . ' 42 E.. 65 Rogers Park Ave. Boston Flatto. Herbert M.. ' 44 B.A.. 20 Ferndale St.. Dorcheslci Fletcher. Stanley L.. ' 44 L.A.. 256 Kenduskeag Ave . Bangor. Maine Flowers, William R.. ' 41 E.. 155 Scwell St., Augusta, Me. Forant. Paul R.. ' 42 E.. 30 Centre St., Dorchester Forbes. Arthur E,. ' 43 E.. 241 Washington St., Holliston Forcellati. Guy J . ' 44 B.A.. SI North Margin St.. Boston Ford. Charles E , ' 42 E.. 66 Arthur St.. East Braintrec Ford, Richard J.. ' 43 E., 63 Washington Ave, Waltham Ford, William J.. Jr.. ' 44 E.. 480 Lowell Ave. Newlonvillc Foss. Donald G.. ' 44 B.A , 19 FowcU Ave, Nashua. N. H. Frederick A.. Jr.. ' 42 E, 337 Central St.. Auburndalc Foster. Ch.lrles F., ' 42 E.. 15 Lookout Ter.. Lynn Foster. Gale ' 43 B.A., 497 Huntington Ave. Boston Fowle. Herbert L.. Jr. ' 44 B.A.. Box 123-B. Rockland. Me Fox. Mycr. ' 42 E . 89 Maiden St.. Everett X. William. ' 42 E., 101 W. Ashland St.. Brockton Fradsham, Edward J.. ' 43 E.. 27 Wheeler St.. Boston ager, Albert. ' 44 B.A.. 35 Washington St.. Dorcl e tcr ancis Eben T.. ' 44 E., 172 School St.. Watcrlown ancis, Thomas E.. ' 43 E., 400 West Main St.. No. Adams ' ranzosa. John C. ' 43 E.. 12 Lowdcn Ave. Somervillc ' ranklin. Eugene K.. ' 44 B.A., 25 Strong Ter.. WinMed, Conn. :r. Dougla- O. ' 44 L.A.. 77 Moreland Si.. Boston Frazier. Andrew D. ' 42 L.A.. 1774 Columbia Rd.. S " .itl. Fredin. Lawrence B, ' 44 E.. 14 Kcrnwood Ave. Worcotcr Freedman. Harry. ' 44 E., 108 H St., South Boston Freeman, Albert A., ' 42 B.A.. 141 Ormond St., Matt.ipan Freeman. Albert W. ' 41 E.. Hollis. N. H. Freeman. Dean. ' 42 E . 98 Porter St., Somervillc Freeman, Donald H., ' 44 LA., 19 Harding Ave. Belmont French, Hector E.. ' 41 E.. River Rd.. Carlisle French. Ralph W.. ' 44 E.. 266 Vermont St.. West Roxbury Fretch. Gardiner N.. Jr. ' 44 E., 50 Webster St, Medford Frcundlich. Richard. ' 43 LA.. 12 Prospect Ave. Winthrop Fribcrg. Hugo. ' 44 E.. Belmont St.. Wcstboro Friedman. Bern.ird L.. ' 44 LA.. 70 Nottinghill Rd.. Brighton Friedman. Stanley, ' 44 L.A.. 24 Wellington Ave, Haverhill Fritz. Grrin C. ' 44 E.. 36 Taylor St.. Tarrington. Conn FrutkolT. Carl M.. ' 44 E., 162 Glcnway St.. Dorcl.cstcr Furman. Mcrritt D.. Jr.. Steep Falls. ALiinc Furrer, Jack, ' 44 E., 55 East Hudson St , Long Beach, N. Y. Gaetani, Robert A.. ' 43 E.. 186 Pierce Rd.. Weymouth Gallagher. John C, ' 42 B.A.. B-Barnes Ave. Brookline Gallagher. John J., Jr., ' 43 B A., 19 Bullcnwood Lane Peabody Gallagher. Thomas C, ' 41 L.A.. 1 Slow St.. S " Ulh Acton Gallant. Herbert, ' 44 B.A., 16 McLellan St.. Boston Gallant. John L.. ' 44 E.. 342 Broadway, Maiden Gallo. Patrick. ' 4 3 E., 226 Sea St.. Quincy Gamble, Reginald E.. ' 41 L.A., St. Martin ' s St., N. B.. Canada Gantman. Sidney D.. ' 43 E.. 117 Howland St.. Roxbury Garner. Francis W., Jr.. ' 43 B.A.. 1 Butternut St.. Middlctown. Conn. Gardner. Robert E.. ' 43 B A,, 49 Myrtle Ter.. Winchester Gardner, Walter C, ' 42 E . 56 Hartsuff St.. Rockland Garlick. Eugene H.. ' 42 B.A.. 906 Grand Central Ave. Horschead ' s. N. Y. Garnett, Robert C. ' 44 E.. SO Munroc St., Roxbury Gates, Charles E., ' 42 E., 12 Alma Ave. Belmont Gates. Harold W., ' 44 E , 14 Esty St., Ashland Gavitt. Harold I., ' 44 E.. 47 Hatfield St.. Pawtuckct. R. I. GefTen. Milton J.. ' 44 L.A.. 36 Crawford St.. Roxbury Cellar. Irving. ' 42 LA., 31 Howland St., Boston Geller, Sidney N,, ' 41 E, 512 Harvard St.. Dorchester Gendron. Gerard J.. ' 44 B.A.. 147 Maple St.. Attlcboro Georgalos. James. ' 41 E., 33 New St.. East Boston George. Ralph E., ' 43 £.. 231 Park St.. Medford Gerr -. David C, ' 41 E . High St., Topsficld Gerry. Joseph Harrison. ' 44 B.A . French Ave. South Braintree Getchcll. Robert E., ' 43 E.. 279 L.ifayetie Si.. R.indolph Getchcll. Walter A.. Jr.. ' 43 E, 270 Laf.ucttc St.. Randolph Gianoulis, Daniel A.. ' 44 B.A.. 2S Highl.nid Ave . Salem Gibbons. Edward C. Jr.. ' 44 B A.. 16 ll.iU Axe. Watertown Gibbs. David W.. ' 42 E.. 49 Burden Ave. Framingham Giddings. Arthur L.. ' 43 E.. 152 Terrace Ave. B iston Gidez. Melvin D. ' 44 E., 116 Devon St., Roxbury Gieschi, Thomas L., ' 44 E., 29 -Spring St.. Springfield Gillespie. William H,, Jr.. ' 44 B.A,. 121 Adams Ave. Saugus Gillette Edward S.. ' 44 E.. R K D. 1. Bridgeport. Conn. Gilmore, Stuait N. ' 44 L.A.. 195 Orchard St.. Belmont Gingras. Vernon E.. ' 44 B.A.. 645 Canton Ave, Milton Giovanangclo. Leo. ' 44 E. 21 Andrews St.. Medford Glasker. Louis L. ' 43 B A.. 22 James St.. Brookline Gleason. Thomas L.. ' 41 B, .. 44 Plymouth Ave. Stratford, Conn Gleason. Walter. ' 43 B.A.. 26 Lawson Rd.. Winchester Gliddcn. James P.. ' 41 E., 90 Washington St. Belmont Glincs. Arthur B.. ' 42 E.. 63 Barllct St.. Andovcr Glucck. Albert G.. ' 44 E., 75 D ly St.. Jamaica Plain Gogolin. Robert T.. ' 41 E.. 95 Summer St.. Maynard Goldberg. Raymond. ' 44 L.A.. 27 Rose St.. Boston Golden, Maurice I., ' 42 E.. 15 Lome St.. Dorchester Goldsmith, Sumner D,. ' 44 E.. 56 Sparhawk St.. Amcsbury Goldstein. Milton. ' 4 3 E.. 9 Gladstone Si.. East Boston Goldstein, Robert. ' 43 L.A . 193 Rawson Rd.. Brookline Gomes. Anthony A.. ' 42 E.. 12 Lowland Ave. Cambridge Goodell. Melvin G.. ' 44 L.A.. 102 Che-ler Ave. Chelsea Goodie. Clifford B., ' 43 E,. 50 Buckingham Rd., Wollaslon Goodman, Philip D.. ' 43 E.. 4 Howland St., Roxbury Goodwin, Albert E . ' 4 1 E.. 30 Blakely St.. Lynn Gordon, Eliot, ' 44 B.A.. 263 Mountain Ave . Maiden Gordon. Emanuel. ' 41 E., 16S Mills St.. Maiden Gordon. James D.. ' 41 E.. 5S Prospect Si.. Weymouth Gordon, Martin 11,, ' 44 LA,, 571 Norfolk St.. Boslon 176 -J. a tc l v THE I940 CAULDRON THE STOBBS PRESS WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 177 Gorhara, John F.. ' 44 E., 12 Gibson St , Medford Gorman, Harrison A., ' 4+ L.A., 17 Gay St.. Nantudcct Gorrill. William R.. ' 44 E.. State St.. South Hanover Gouse, Julian B.. ' 44 L.A.. 55 Ormond St.. Mattapan Gove. Robert A . ' 41 E.. 74 Purchase St.. Newburj ' port Govern. Howard. ' 44 E., 650 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. V . Govoni. Augusto M.. ' 44 E.. 146 Warren St.. Needharn Gowen, Ralph H.. ' 42 E.. 17 Tower Ave.. Lynn Grace. Donald F.. ' 41 LA.. Harrineton. Maine Graham, Francis J.. Jr., ' 44 E., 2S4 Huron Ave., Cambridge Gr.aham, John S.. ' 44 E.. 16 Auburn St.. Woburn Graham, Norman B.. ' 44 E.. 5 Center St.. Amesbury Grahn. Rupert W., ' 44 L.A., 17 Chase St.. Lynn Grant. George W , Jr., ' 44 E.. Chestnut Hill Ave.. Athol Graswicz. Edward, ' 41 E.. 5S Princeton St., Mcdford Graves, Bradford. ' 44 E.. Townsend St.. Pepperell Graves, Lawrence P.. ' 44 E.. 52 Circuit Park. Melrose Green. Milton. ' 43 E., 1352 Dorchester Ave.. Boston Green. Lawrence H.. ' 43 E., 167 Washington St.. Arlington Greene, Merrill H., ' 43 B.A., 54 OIney St.. Dorchester Greene. Herbert L.. ' 43 E. 24 Crescent Ave.. Bedford Greenhouse. Milton S.. ' 44 E., 40 Fairfield St.. New Haven. Conn. Grecnieaf. Francis D.. ' 42 E.. South St.. Foxboro Greenside. Myron. ' 43 LA.. 431 Washington St.. Greenwood. Richard W., ' 44 E . 9 Vogcl St., West Roibury Grella, John W., ' 44 B.A., Magnolia St.. Hartford. Conn. Grenis, Albert F., ' 44 E., 29 Story St.. South Boston Grey, A. Richard. ' 44 B A., 31 Upland Rd , Quincy Griffin. Gerald A., ' 41 B A.. 10 Brogan Rd.. Medford Griffin. Robert E.. ' 44 B.A.. 21 Harvard St.. Belmont Griffith. Sherwood B., ' 43 E., 26 Plympton St., Middleboro Grindle, Paul Davidson, ' 44 L.A.. Farm Rd., Sherborn Grinkis, Joseph. ' 43 E., Sterling Jet.. Worcester Gross, Robert A., ' 44 E., 19 Townsend St., Roxbury Gross, William Henry, ' 44 E.. SS Holland St., Lewiston. Maine Grossbard. Saul. ' 42 B.A., 112 Winthrop Rd.. Brooklinc Grover, Frederick R., ' 43 E.. 1 Broadway Ave., Rockport Grover, John T.. ' 42 E., Palmer Rd., Halifax Guastella, Samuel. ' 42 E.. 225 Canton St.. Fitchburg Gubcllini. Carl E.. ' 44 B.A., 473A Dudley St., Boston Guertler, John M., ' 44 EM., 60 Moselcy St., Dorchester Guidara, Joseph F., ' 44 L.A.. 942 South St., Roslindale Gunther. Walter J., ' 44 L.A.. 36 Murray Hill Rd., Maiden Gurney, Robert. ' 41 L.A., 106 Otis St., Medford Gustavson, Robert, ' 41 LA., 9 Beacon St., Lslinpton Gutcheon. Reuben B,, ' 44 B.A., 35 Adams St., Hartford. Haas. Charles V.. ' 41 L.A., 47 Bellaire Rd.. Roslindale Hackett, Warren H., ' 44 E., 5 Kilmer Ave., Taunton Hadley. Richard E., ' 43 E., 178 Marlboro St., Boston Hagberg, Richard S., ' 44 E.. 28 Marshall St.. Brooklinc Haggis, Theophilos, ' 44 E , 34 Junior St., New Bedford Hahn. Saul, ' 42 B.A., 1 1 Crawford St.. Roxbury Hainer, Herbert Milton, Jr.. ' 42 L.A., 6 Marion St., Haverhill Haire. Emery T., ' 44 L.A., Rush, Pa. Hakanson, Richard A.. ' 44 B.A , 44 Lincoln St., Winchester Haley. D. Norman. Jr.. ' 44 E., 10 Thomp on St., Quincy Haliburlon, George M., ' 43 E.. 204 Hemenway St.. Boston Hall. Albert B., ' 43 E.. 45 Oak Grove Ave,. Brattlcboro. Vt. Hall. Harold W, ' 44 E., 10 Boynlon St.. Jamaica Plain Hall. Ian L.. ' 41 E.. 42 Dakota St., Dirchestcr Hall, Lennard C, ' 41 B.A., 88 Newport St., Arlington Hall. Leon E.. ' 41 E., 141 Langdon St.. Newton Hall, Wellington J., ' 44 B.A., 750. Huntington Ave . Boston Hallbero, Carl L. E.. ' 43 L.A.. 12 Berkeley St., Quincy Hallett, Allen H., ' 43 E., 281 Glen Rd., Wellesley Farms Hallett, Russell S,, ' 42 E.. IS Neponset Ave.. Walpole Halsall, Kenneth C, ' 44 B.A., 33 Sewall Ave., Winthrop Hamilton. Bernard L., Jr.. ' 44 E., Main St , East Pepperell Hamilton. Charles B., ' 43 E., 45 Harding Ave.. Belmont Hamilton. Herbert A.. Jr., ' 43 E., 198 Main St.. Stoneham Hamilton, R-berf A.. ' 42 L.A., 91 Weston Ave., Braintree Hamilton. William W.. ' 44 E., 115 Somerset Ave.. Dighton Hampatian. John J.. ' 43 E., 154 Norfolk St.. Dorchester Hampton. William R.. ' 43 B.A., 7 Sapphire Rd.. Saugus ITanchett. George D . ' 42 E.. Glen St.. Natick Hand. Arthur T.. ' 44 B.A., 1008 South St., Boston Hand. Lynwood E . ' 43 L.A., New Limerick. Maine Handler. Arthur. ' 42 E.. 173 Winchester St., Brooklinc Handy, Douglas C, ' 42 E.. Box 54. North Springfield. Vt. Hanksinson. George W.. ' 43 E.. Weymouth St . DIgby County. Nova Scotia Hansis, Donald R., ' 43 B.A.. 10 Lehigh St.. Arlington Haran, Patrick B.. ' 44 L.A., 15 St. 3rk ' s Rd , Dorchester Harding. Kenneth L. ' 41 B.. ., 60 Hamden Cir., Wollaston Hargreaves. James. ' 42 E.. 340 Osgood St.. North Andover Harlow, Theodore F., ' 44 E.. 140 Bcltran St., Maiden Haron, Carl I., ' 43 E., 51 Florence Rd.. Waltham Harper. Arthur A.. ' 41 B.A., 44 Nahant St.. Wakefield Harrington. Francis. ' 44 E.. 57 Emcline St, Randolph Harrington. Frederick T., ' 44 E., 287 Tremont St., Newton Harrington, Robert F., ' 41 L.A , 120 Essex St„ Beverly Harris, Frank J., ' 44 B.A.. 9 Amoka Place, Lynn Harris, Maceo, ' 43 E.. 71 Windsor St., Boston Harris, Roger W., ' 44 B A., 185 Highland Ave., Newtonville Harrison. Marvin A.. ' 43 L.A., 21 Vcrndale St, Brooklinc Hart. Gordon M.. ' 42 E., 12 Columbus Ave., Cambridge Hart. John E., ' 43 E.. 31 Allen St.. Bradford Hartford. Arthur F., Jr., ' 41 E.. 70 Marlborough St.. Wollaston Hartford. Guy R,. ' 44 E. 15 Ranecley Rd.. Watertown Hartford. Waller W,. Jr.. ' 44 E., 40 Clarendon St., Newtonville Hartwell, David W.. ' 42 E,, 3S Charlemnnt St.. Newton Highland Tlarvie. Ernest A., ' 43 B A., 9 Leiand St.. Grafton Harwood. Alan. ' 44 E., 104 Overlook Rd., Arlington Haskell, Arthur C. Jr.. ' 42 E.. 21 Cedar St.. Marblchead Haskell, Richard F., ' 44 E.. 39 Pearson Rd., Soraerville Haskian. Charles R.. ' 44 E., 109 Hillside Rd., Watertown Hastings. Stanley R., ' 41 E, 14 Linden St,. Marblehcad Hastings, Robert R.. ' 41 E., 26 Freeman St., Arlington Hatch. Harry B., ' 43 B.A , 39 Grandview St., Wollaston Hatch. Richard M.. Jr.. ' 43 E., 40 Carver Rd., Watertown Haufler, Robert C, ' 41 E., 65 Sedgewick St., Jamaica Plain Hawes. George H.. Jr., ' 43 E., 15 Fells Ave. Ter.. Medford 178 NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Offers a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the understanding of modern culture, social relations, and teebnical achievement. Students may concentrate in any of the following fields: Biology, Chemistry, Economics-Sociologj ' , English (including an option in Journalism), and Mathematics-Physics. Varied opportunities available for voca- tional specialization. Degree: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Offers curricula in Civil. Mechanical (with Diesel. Air-Conditioning, and Aeronautical options). Electrical, Chemical. Industrial Engineering, and Engineering Administration. Class room study is supplemented by experiment and research in well-equipped laboratories. Degree: Bachelor of Science in the professional field of specialization. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Offers six curricula: Acconnting, Banking and Finance, Marketing and .Advertising, Indus, trial Administration, Journalism, and Public Administration. Each curriculum represents in itself a broad survey of business technique, differing from the others chiefly in emphasis. Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. SCHOOL OF LAW Offers day and evening undergraduate programs admitting those who present a minimum of two years of college work, each program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. Also graduate program in the evening leading to the degree of Master of Laws. Co-educational. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Offers curricula through evening classes in .Accounting. Management — with Industrial and Merchandising majors. Law and Bu incss iVIanagement and Engineering and Business leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Adniinislration in specified fields or the Bachelor of Commercial Science in Law and Business Management. Preparation for C. P. ,A. Examinations. Shorter programs may be arranged. Coeducational. EVENING COURSES OF THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Offers a three-year evening program equivalent in hours to one-half of the requirement for the A. B. or B. S. degree. Provides general education and preparation for admission to the School of Law. Associate in Arts title conferred. Co-educational. The Colleges of Liberal Arts Engineering, and Business Administration offer day pro- grams for men only and are conducted on the co-operative plan. After the freshman year students may alternate their periods of study with periods of work in the employ of business or industrial concerns at ten-week intervals. Under this plan they gain valuable experience and earn a large part of their college expenses. In addition to the above schools the University has affiliated with it and conducts: the Lincoln Technical Institute offering through evening classes, courses of college grade in various fields of engineering leading to the title of Associate in Engineering; and the Lincoln Preparatory School, an accredited evening school preparing for college entrance and offering other stanclard high school programs. For further injormalion repardiitii iiny oj the above schools, address All schools except Northeastern University School of Law School of Law BOSTON, MASS. 47 Mt. Vernon Street 36n Huntington Avenue Telephone KENmore 5800 Near Slate House Connecting ' all schools 179 Il.iwlhornc. N.nlKinicl. ' 4: E,, t C.irvcr St.. W.acnowii Hayos. .Mfrcil B.. ' 42 B.. .. 127 Arlinflon St.. Hyiic l ' ;nk Hayes. Richard C ' 41 L.. .. 11 Aslilaiul St. . rlingtoii riayncr. Alex W.. 44 B.A,. 74 The Fenway. Bo.ston Haynes. Paul D.. ' 42 E.. 33 Delano . ve.. Ouincy Hays. Walter I.. ' 42 L.A., 113 Ellison Park. Waltham Hayward. Gardner L.. ' 42 E., 25 Pay.son Rd , Belmont Ilayward. Herbert . .. Jr.. ' 44 E., 2(16 Fairmount St.. Hyde Park Hcaney. John Francis. ' 43 E . 31 Chase Ave.. Lcxinpton Heanue. John P., ' 44 B.A.. 177 Belmont St.. Bchnont Heaps. John F.. Jr., ' 44 L.A.. 22 Le.xinirton St., Everett Hearsey. W. Warren. ' 44 E.. 226 Cornell St.. Boston Hebard. James C. Jr . -43 E.. 54 Woodrow Ave.. Medford Heffcrnan. Richard P.. ' 43 E.. 36 Arabella St., Salem Heidel. Robert N.. ' 43 B.A., 53 Grove St.. Winchcndon Hclbig, John W.. ' 42 L.A., 18 Union St.. Greenfield Hellender. Arthur R.. ' 44 B A.. 17 Concord Ave. Bdm..nt Heller. Leon. ' 4i B.A.. 104 Toxtcth St.. Brookline Heller, Robert B.. ' 44 E.. S W.ilnut St.. Rockville, Conn. Henderson. Austin B., Jr., ' 42 E., S Lake View Ave . Beverly Henderson. R.ibert D,. ' 42 E . Main St., Siierb.,rn Hendricks. John G.. ' 43 E.. 151 East High St.. Avon Hendrickson. Rudolph. ' 41 L.A.. 9 Rock View Rd , Quincy Hennessey. Charles A.. ' 43 E., 121 Harvard St.. Quincy Hennessey, Edward F.. 41 B.A., 275 Tromont St.. Newton Hentershec. Ralph A.. ' 44 E., 564 Aronlgomcry St., Fall River Herbert, Gcorpc E.. Jr.. ' 42 E,, 47 B.iliimorc St.. Havcrliill Herbert. James S.. ' 44 E,. 311 North Main St, Milltown, N. J. Hergstrom. Robert P., ' 4.; B.. ., 1073 Corbin Ave, New Britain, Conn. Herlihy. John E.. ' 42 E.. 73 Houghton St.. Dorchcsler Herman. Sidne , 44 B A., SI Wavcrly St, Roxbury Hershman, Herbert J.. ' 44 E., 6 Vesta Rd.. Dorchester Heslam, Richard T.. ' 44 B A., Pearl Hill Rd., Fitchburg Hewson, Charles R., ' 41 E.. 23 Glen Rd.. Wcllcsley Hills Hickey, Edward T.. ' 41 B.A. 39 Bcccher Pl.icc. Newton Center Hickey, Waller J,. ' 44 E.. 50 Maywood St.. Roxbury Higgins. John A., ' 42 E.. 1S4 North Main St.. Andover Higgins, Robert F . ' 43 B.A.. 124 Dickcrman St.. Newton Highlands Higgs. Lawrence L.. ' 43 E . 25 Quincy Ave.. Quincy Hill, Dana L.. ' 42 E.. 21 Cheriton Rd.. Wolhiston Hill. Howard T.. ' 43 B.A., 22 Fairfield St.. Brockton Hill. Robert C. ' 43 L.A.. 115 Walnut St. Brookline Hill. Rowland B.. ' 43 E. 1269, Main St., Leominster Hillier, Arnold. ' 41 E. 19 Aberdeen St., Boston Hilton, Harry M.. ' 44 LA.. 30 Cinlerbury Rd.. Newloti Highlands Hinckley, Kenneth M,. ' 43 I. A., Blue Hill. Maine Hinckley. Richard B.. ' 42 Iv, :i liixlwell St.. Dorchcsler Hirshberg. Sumner. ' 43 L.. .. 11 Ouincy St.. Medford HIrtle. Russell C. ' 44 E.. 130 Granger St.. Wollaston Hisamoto, Masayuki. ' 41 E.. 1 Arlington St.. Somerville Hoch, Harold S.. ' 44 E . 3S2 .South Broadway, Lawrence Hochman. Morris ' 43 LA.. 69 Branscomb St.. New Bediord Hodge. Burton A., ' 44 B.A., 1756 Richmond Tcr . Statcn Island, N. V. Hodgkins. George L,. ' 43 B.A.. I,S7 Lowell St.. Reading llocll, George R.. ' 43 B.. ., 64 Court St., Medford HolTuran. Carl, ' 42 E . 40 Cabot St , Hartford, Conn, llnlluian. Irwin I.. ' 44 I., A.. 120 East Ave.. West Haven Conn Hoffman. Michael .1.. ' 42 E.. 1127 Commonwealth Ave.. Brighton Hogan. Robert E,. ' 43 B.A.. 27 Elmwood Ave.. Ilaverhil Hogan. Wilbur J. ' 43 E, 1173 Liberty St.. Springfield Hogan. William L., ' 44 B.A., 30 P.uk Place. Middlelown Conn. Ifojem. Robert. ' 42 E,. 5 Grove Si., Wot Concord Holbrook. Minor Ward. Jr,, ' 44 E., 742 Main St., SoutI Weymouth Ilolden, Bruce R„ ' 43 E.. 60 Trapelo Rd.. Belmont Holder, Gordon P.. ' 44 LA.. 123 Front St.. Weymouth Holland, Robert, ' 44 B.A , 118 Newton St,, Meriden, Conn Holland, Robert Thomas, ' 41 E., II Arlington Rd.. Woburi Mollis, Thomas, Jr.. ' 41 E., 12 Sudbury Rd.. Concord Holm, John W„ ' 43 E„ 76 Everdean St., Dorchester Holman. Robert C . ' 42 E.. 8 Belmont St.. Norwood Holmes, Gardner. ' 41 LA.. 9 Perkins Rd.. Gloucester Holzman, Henry G., ' 44 B.A., 897 Washington St.. Bostor Hopkins, Paul M., ' 43 E., 18 First St., Melrose Hopkinson, Victor L,, ' 42 E., 3 Franklin St,, Lynn Horenstein, Leon, ' 43 L.A., 566 Beach St., Revere Horgan, Frederick R, ' 42 E., 874 Chestnut St.. Wabaii Home. Robert D.. ' 44 LA.. 68 Hillside Rd., Arlington Horner, William A.. ' 44 B.A . Route 2. Conc.ud. New ILimpshire Houghton, Harold R.. ' 44 E., 47 R..beit St.. North Da outh Hillside Rd.. South Houston, Edwin E,, Jr.. ' 44 E.. Weymoulh Howard, Thomas E,, ' 42 B A., 14 P,,rk Ave, Derry, Nev Hampshire Howard, Warren H., ' 44 LA.. 104 Wyoming Ave.. Malde Howard, William . [ . ' 43 E-. Clinton St., Clark Mills. Nci York Howie, A ' LilcoIm P.. ' 42 E.. 68 Standish Rd., Walerlow Howland. Louis S.. Jr.. ' 44 L.A.. 10 Central St.. South Braintree Howlett. Joseph. ' 41 E.. 51 Metcalf St.. Medford Hubbard. Harrison W.. ' 43 E., 278 Maine St.. Brunswick. Maine Huddleton, Robert D.. ' 43 L.A . IS Reed Place. Whitman Hudson, Donald W., ' 44 E . 9 School St., Qui.ncy Hudson C, TIarland, ' 44 B A., 176 Waltham St.. West Newton Iluey. Ralph. ' 44 E.. 220 llnlden St.. Worceslcr Hughes. Alfred F., ' 42 E.. 200 Lewis St.. Lynn Hughes. Smart M,. ' 44 E.. 21 Kemper St.. Wollaston llulse. Miles L., ' 43 B.A.. 138 Melrose Ave., Nccdham Ilultcrcn. William C, ' 42 LA„ 8(1 Woodsidc Ave, Winchesler llnllman, Eugene Crafl. ' 44 B, .. SS Elm Si,. Quincy Humphrey, John F., ' 42 L.A., 96 Melbourne St„ Waterbury, Conn, Hunt. Ernest M., ' 44 L.A., 3 Harold Park. Boston Hum. Harry C, ' 44 E., 28 Hale St., Leominster lluukr, Charles B„ ' 44 E-, 59 Montclair Ave,. Roslindale Hunter, Donald, ' 43 B.A., 26 Parkman St., Dorc hester Hunter, Hannibal R , ' 44 A.. IS Linn.-t Si,. West Roxbury 1 80 Hunting, Elmer R , ' 42 E., 148 P-nk St., Springfield. Vermont Hurley, John £., ' 44 E., 7 Madison Ave.. Wakefield Hurley, Raymond B-, ' 41 E., 934 Watertown St., West Newton Hurley, Warren A., ' 43 E., 73 Knoll St., Roslindale Huse, George 0., ' 43 E, 133 Vernon St.. Newton Hussey, Elmer E., ' 42 E., 10 Dartmouth St., Everett Hutchins. Lyman. M.. Jr., ' 43 B.A., 14 Angier Circle, Auburndale Hutchinson, William, ' 44 B.A., 41 Holbrook Rd., Quincy Hyde, Harold, ' 43 E., 505 Prospect St., Mcthuen Igidbashian, Astor P.. ' 44 E., 211 Elm St. Cambridge Ikerman, Charles E.. ' 43 E., 38 Henry St., Edgewood. R I- Ireland, John W., ' 44 E., 28 HiUcrest Circle, Swampscott Ireland, Robert W., ' 41 E., 28 HiUcrest Circle, Swampscott Irgon, Joseph, ' 43 E., 65 Phillips St., Boston Irish, Alfred G.. ' 42 B.A., 142 Kin g St , Falmouth Irving. William M., ' 44 E.. 1 Greenwood Ave . Needham Isherwood, William D., ' 44 L.A , 518 Park Drive, Boston Jackson, Charles W.. ' 41 E., 82 Harold St., Hartford, Con Jackson, Frederick Bennett, ' 44 E., 129 Rowe St., Auburndale Jakimldes, George L., ' 43 E., 9 Haviland St , Boston James, John A., ' 43 B.A., 10 Garden St., North Andover Jameson, Richard S.. ' 44 E., 1112 Broadway, Somerville Ja J., ' 43 E., 1836 Columbia Rd., South Jarzylo, Alphonse V., ' 44 L.A., 36 Cottage St , Lynn Jaycock, Charles, G.. Jr . ' 43 E.. 569 Franklin St.. Melros Jellerson, James F., ' 43 E , 47 Bay State Rd., Belmont Jenkins, Carl P., ' 44 E., 68 Bradford Rd., Watertown Jenks, Peter E., ' 43 E., 66 Channing St., WoUaston Jennings, Edward W., ' 43 BA, 13 Azel Rd., South Jennings, Paul S., ' 41 E, 15 Azel Rd., South Braintree Jensen, Edward O., Jr., ' 44 B.A.. 142 Westville St.. Dorchester Jensen, Grant S., ' 41 E.. 37 High St.. Portland. Maine Jensen, Harold C, ' 44 E., 35 Parmenter Rd.. Waltham Jerauld. Gordon 0., ' 44 E.. Hyannis Rd.. Barnstable Jerzyk, Leo C. ' 42 L.A.. 135 Derby St., Salem Jewell, Ralph L.. Jr., ' 44 E., 12 Tyndale St., Roslindale Jewett, George W., ' 42 E., 77 Atkinson St., Bellows Falls, Vermont Johnson, Albert D., 41 E., 24 Lunt St., Norfolk Downs Johnson, Axel I., ' 44 E , 33 Burncoat Terrace, Worcester Johnson, Carl B, ' 41 B.A.. 35 Concord Ave., Belmont Johnson, Carl G.. Jr., ' 43 E., 152 Mary St., Arlington Johnson, Carl H., ' 41 B A., 386 Benefit St., Pawtucket, R. I. Johnson, C. Harold, ' 41 B.A., 45 Fountain Rd , Arlington Johnson, Howard F , ' 43 E., Second St., North Grafton Johnson, Philip E., ' 44 B.A., 24 Lunt St.. Norfolk Downs Johnson, Philip E., ' 41 E. 24 Leighton Terrace, Lynn Johnson, Ralph D., ' 42 E.. 45 Second St., North Grafton Johnson, Ralph F., ' 41 E., 4 Vernon Ct , Newburyport Johnson, Robert S., ' 43 E., 4045-73 St.. Jackson Heights, New York, N Y. Johnson, Winston H., ' 42 E.. IS Howard St., Belmont Jones, Paul Be.. ' 44 E., 218 Arborway, Jamaica Plain Jones, Stanley E., ' 44 B.A . 92 Grove St., Ilion, New York Joslin. Robert P., ' 44 E., 33 Westminster Ave.. Arlington Josselyn, Calvin E, ' 41 B.A, 125 Granger St.. Wollaston Joudrey. Harold E.. ' 44 B.A., HI Ocean St.. Worcester Joy. Daniel A.. Jr., ' 43 E., 606 Trapelo Rd , Belmont Joyce, Richard A., ' 43 E., 25 Pleasant Ave., East Bridgewater Joyce, Richard S., ' 44 L.A., IS Congress St., Stonehara Juusola, Roy A., ' 42 E., 219 Water St.. Fitchburg Juskalian, John R , ' 44 E . 153 Boylston St., Watertown Kagan, David, ' 44 B.A., 15A Tremont St., Cambridge Kalafatas, Nicholas, ' 42 L A., 282 Columbus Ave., Boston Kalayjian, Charles H., ' 42 E.. 123 Marine Rd., South Boston Kaplan, Benjamin J., ' 44 E., 37 Abbotsford St., Ro. bury Karlsberg, Rubin, ' 41 E., 82 Erie St., Dorchester Kasambalis, William. ' 44 E , 285 Dudley St., Boston Katsogianis, John G., 43 E., 85 Central St., Waltham Katz, Israel, ' 41 E., 139 Brighton St., Boston Katz, Maurice, ' 41 E.. 632 West Park St.. Dorchester Kaufman. Harvey H., ' 44 E.. 121 Hutchings St.. Boston Kawagy. Richard F., ' 43 E., 59 East Brookline St., Boston Kearney, Gerald B.. ' 44 LA., 19 Aldrich St., Roslindale Keating, Owen V., Jr., ' 44 E., 8 Montvale Ave., Stoneham Keating, John P., ' 43 E., 217 Forest St., Medford Keir, Paul C . ' 44 E., 6 Pine St.. Windsor, Vermont Kelle, Wilder E.. Jr., ' 43 E., Rockland St., Canton Kelley, Edward M., ' 44 E., 430 Charles St., Maiden Kelley, Walter B., ' 41 E, SS East Cottage St., Dorchester Kelly, Colby, ' 42 L.A., 33 Clarke St., Lawrence Kendall, Julius, ' 41 E., 30 Harlem St., Dorchester Kennedy, Clayton W., Jr., ' 44 L.A., 87 Pleasant St., North Andover Kennedy, Donald E. C, ' 43 E , 29 Victory Ave,, Haverhill Kennedy, Edmond I., ' 43 E., 9 Locust Ave., Lexington Kennedy, Richard H., ' 43 L A., 28 River Road, Weston Kennedy, Walter I., ' 41 L.A., 93 Glover Ave., North Quincy Kennefick. Russell T.. ' 41 L.A., 1313 Short St., Gloucester Kenney, Charles P., ' 43 B.A., 101 Conwell Ave., Somerville Kenney, Peter J., ' 43 B A., 42 Highland St., West Medway Kent, George E., Jr., ' 44 E., 28 Peak Hill Rd., West Roxbury Kent, William J., Jr., ' 44 E., 36 Washington St., Arlington Kerr, John H., Jr., ' 44 E , 69 Howard St., Brockton Kerr, John J., ' 43 E , 4 Calumet St., Roxbury Kctcham. Arthur W., ' 41 E., Salisbury, Vemront Ketchen, Ernest Butler, ' 42 E., 43 PInkham Rd., Medford Keyes, Norman A., ' 43 B.A.. 1168 Boylston St.. Boston Khederian. Oscar, ' 44 B A, 121 Nichols Ave., Watertown Khoury, Esa M., ' 43 E., 135 Hudson St., Boston Kiley, John T., ' 44 E., 57 Seymour St., Roslindale Kiley, Robert J.. ' 41 E., 90 Claybourne St., Dorchester Killam, Edward R., ' 41 B.A.. 48 Union St., Manchester KiUam, Paul D , ' 43 E., 19 West Ave , Salem Kilroy, James J., ' 42 E., 7 Christopher St., Boston King, Calvin A., ' 44 E., 472 Main St., West Medway King, Joseph V., ' 43 E., 9 Viola St., Milton Kingsbury, Henry A., 44 E., 1 Curve St., Medfield Kinsler, Frederick C , ' 44 LA , Massachusetts Ave., Lincoln KIrby. Donald B., ' 44 E., 102 Highland Ave., Dedham 181 Kiik.ilJ;. Rubcii U., Ml E., 4.! Wcifluw St., Duiclicsicr Kispert. Henry Frederick. ' 44 B . .. - ' 16 Warren St.. F.iil River Kleczck, Waller St.inley. 44 E.. 16 Althea St., Boston Klemm, George 11.. 4: E., 1S9 Belleville Rd., New Bedford Rlickslein, Herbeit S, ii E., 15 -Ma wood St., Ro. bury Knigl.t. Lawrenec E.. 43 B.. .. J4 Central Rd., SomerviUe Knight, Winfield. B., ' 41 E., 6 Everett St.. Taunton Knowles, Charles E,. 44 B... ., ly .Miinroe St , Ro.xbury Knowlcs, William J.. Jr.. ' 44 E., 10 Buchanan St., Nashua, N. H. Knowlton. Moses, Jr., ' 44 E, 17 Whitney Ave., Beveily Kodis, Robert D., ' 44 L A., 96 Lawrence Ave., Ro.vbury Komskis, Joseph F., " 41 £., Southold, i ew York Korb. Roland C. 44 L.A., 142 East St., Methuen Kordalski, John, 4j E., S Beacon St., Salem Kosias, George, ' 43 E., IS3 Primrose St., Haverhill Kozacko, Frederick J., ' 44 LA.. SI Cedar St., Amcsbury Kramer. Sherman M.. ' 44 E,, II .Mem .ri.d Park Ave., Lynn Krasnor, Leo, ' 43 E., 50 Allen St.. Boston Kravitz, Abner, ' 43 L. A., 12 Glenway St., Dorchester Kredcntser, Bernard, ' 44 LA., 131S Sth St. West, Calg.iry, Alberta, Canada Kress, Harold W., ' 43 E., 139 Tyler St., Methuen Kronfelt, Walter J., 215 .Mountain Ave., Arlington Kulberg, Marshall E.. ' 42 E., S Northern Ave., Beverly Kusavicius, Alfred P., ' 44 E., fa Brewster St., South Boston Leakso, Rudolph A., ' 42 E.. 241 Marshall St., Fitchburg Labowicz, Vincent P. Jr.. ' 42 B.A., 2 Florida Rd., Maynard Lacerda, Donald, ' 4 3 E.. 40 Northampton St.. Boston Lafterty, Robert H., ' 41 E.. 501 LaReinc Ave., Bradley Beach, New Jersey Lafin, William L., 43 E, R.F.U. 2. Hillsdale, New Voik Laider, Louis Hyman. ' 44 L.A., 12 Ferndale St.. Dorchester Lamb, William X. Jr.. ' 42 E.. 149 Norton Ave., Taunton Lammi, Heimo R., ' 42 E., 9 Elks Parkway, Norwood Lancaster, Carl R., ' 42 B.A., 59 Charlotte Rd.. Newton Centre Landers. R. ' bert G, ' 43 B.A., Ib4 Baker St.. West Ro.ibury Landman. Saul, ' 42 E., oS Fay lon St., Ro.xbuiy Landry. Albert J , " 44 L.. , 1S6 Brattle St., Athol Landsman, Abraham E., ' 41 E.. 25 Leroy St., Bo,ton Landy, Morris, ' 44 L.A., 7 Dalkieth St.. Boston Lane, John D., ' 43 E., 28 Harrington St., Newtunville Lane. Norman R., ' 43 E., S3 Halsey St., Southampton Lannary, Jack, ' 43 E , 22 Stoneleigh Circle, Watertown Lapham, Edward F.. ' 42 E., Central St., Norwell Lariviere, Frank J , ' 42 E., 268 Cartier St., Manchester, N. H. Larsen, Fred R.. ' 41 E., 26 Fairmount Ave., SomerviUe Larson, Carl 0., ' 43 LA., ISO Linwood St., Lynn Lasovick. Daniel, ' 43 E., 41 Stanwood St., Ro.ibury Lathrop, Paul A.. ' 44 E.. 300 McKinley Ave., Kenmoie, Ne York Latkowitch, 0. t,ir L.. ' 43 E., 75 Aldic St.. Allston Laughey, Albert. ' 44 B.A.. 4 Union St.. Methuen Lavender, John R . ' 43 E., 45 East Foster St., Melro.-e Laverty, Harold 11.. ' 42 E., Brownvillc. Maine Lavin, Joseph W., ' 44 E., 21 Dunlap St., Dorchester Lavine. Lewi,. ' 43 L A.. 147 Rebekah St.. Woonsocket, R. 1. L.aeler, Joseph C, Jr , ' 44 E., 89 Emiure St., Lv n.i Lawless, Joseph K , ' 43 B.A.. 22 Jcness St.. Lynn Lawrence. Llo.vd S. ' 41 E.. La FargeviUe. New York Leaf. J. Walter. Jr.. ' 44 E., S66 Gay St„ Westwood Leahy, Joseph E.. ' 44 L.A.. 27 Br.adfnrd St.. Quincy Leary. Paul A.. ' 44 L.A., 3 74 School St., Belm .nt LeBeau, Irving C, ' 44 B.A , 67 Lowell Rd.. Wellesley Hills LeBeau. Sterling G.. ' 45 E.. 59 Commercial St.. Adams Lcchter. Max M.. ' 42 E., 32 Press Ave., Norwood Legal, Chapin, Jr., ' 43 E., 97 Sylvan St.. Danvers Leland. Richard 11.. ' 43 L.A., 17 Cutler St , Belmont LeGrand, Vernon R.. ' 43 E.. 361 Alewife Brook Parkway, West SomerviUe Lennon, John J., ' 44 B.A.. 70 Glencoc St.. Brighton Lennon, Leo.. ' 42 LA.. Lincoln Rd.. Lincoln Leon. James. ' 41 L . . 35 Alleync St., West Rosbury Leonard. Fred P.. ' 41 E., 81 County St, Taunton Leonard, Miltcm H.. ' 41 E., Barker. New York Leonard, Robert E., ' 44 E., Church St., Raynham Leonard. Roger J.. ' 43 B.. ., IS Fernald Terrace. Boston Leone, Roxie E.. ' 44 B.A , 735 Silver Lane. East Hartfor.l, Conn. Leong, Fred, ' 42 E . 09 Holland St., West Somerxille Lepore. Ralph, Jr., 44 E., 19 Randnlph St., Noah Abington Leto, Leonard. ' 44 E.. 371 Le inBlou . ve.. B.idecp.il, Levine. Albert I., ' 44 L.A.. 46 West Selden St.. Mattapan Levine. Joseph, ' 44 1..A.. 47 Park Ave., Allston Levine, Sumner M , ' 44 L.A., 236 Foster St.. Brighton Lcvinson. Melvin A.. ' 43 E., 77 Westminster Ave. Ro.xbury Levitan, Martin S.. ' 44 B.A, 8bl West Rosbury Paikway, Brookline Levy, Alan, ' 43 E. 120 Shore Driie, Wlnthiop Levy, Joshua P.. ' 41 E., 106 Glenway St., Dorchester Levy. Milton, ' 43 E., 92 Mercer St.. Jersey City, New Jersey Levy, Robert 11, ' 44 E., 120 Capcn St., Dorchester Lewis, Cedric E., Jr.. ' 44 B.A.. 106 Hillside Ave.. Arlington Lewis, Gardner FI., ' 41 E., Hampton, Conn. Lewis. John B., ' 44 L.A., 6 Buswell St., Boston Lewis, Joseph £., ' 42 B.A., 198 Warren Ave., Whitman Liberlarb. Samuel Melvin, ' 44 L.. .. 31 Hiawatha Rd , Mattapan Libon, Bernard L.. ' 42 B,. ., 58 Brunswick St.. Ro.vbury Lickteig, John II.. ' 43 E., 8 Colonial PI., We--t Haven, Conn. Likos, Thomas A , ' 42 E., 45o Broadway, South Boston Lind, Gustav . ., ' 41 E., 1869 Beacon St, Brookline Lindgren, Coic, G.. ' 44 E., 6 Baker St., Saugus Linncll. Donald J,, ' 43 B.A.. 15 Everell Rd.. Wijichestcr Linskey, Leonard. ' 43 B.A., 3o Dcckard St.. Ro. bury Lipman, Robeit N.. ' 41 E, II .Michigan .Vvc . Lynn ■ Littlchale. Artliu, W ., Jr.. ' 43 E., 1075 Highlaiul Ave. Needham Litvack, Leonaid, ' 43 B.. .. 14 .Nichols Ave., Lynn Lobacz, Edward F.. ' 44 E., 161 Salem St,, Wakefield Lockerby, David . . ' 41 LA., 265 HoHis St., Framingham Lofgren, Arne, F.. 42 B.A.. 2S Webster St., Hyde Park Loiselle, Cha.le, II.. ' 41 B A,, 24 Sumner Ave.. Springfield Lomas, William Wai.en, ' 42 B.A.. Bo.i 120, Ocean Grove Lombard, John P., ' 44 L.A.. IU6 Chelsea St.. Chariest, wn Lopez, Albeit F. ' 44 E,, 24 Havre St., East Boston 182 Lord, Donald H.. ' 41 B. .. llighl.mJ Ave., Dover, New I-I.impsliire Lovequist, Edwin IL, ' 41 B.A., 52 Galen St., Waltliain Lovering, D.ivid W . ' 44 L,A., 20 M.irked Tree Rd., Ncedh.im Lovett, John F., ' 41 E., 34 Garfield St., Cambridge LovewcU, Loring P.. 43 E.. High St., HoUiston Lov-gren, Carl A., ' 42 E., 46 School St., Rockport Lukaszck, Stanley S., ' 44 L A., 253 Market St., New Britain. Conn. Limdqnist. Richard A. ' 41 E. 79 Clarcmont Ave, Arlington Limdstedt, Linden V.. ' 44 B.A., 37 Ridge Ave.. Lynn Lynch, Daniel S.. ' 44 E.. U Barton St.. Newburyport Lynde, Fairfield F., ' 42 E., 47 Orchard St., Waldcn. New York Lynn, A-Ielvin Russell, ' 43 B.A.. 6S Qiiincy St.. Medford Macaulay, Chester L . 43 E . 30 Bisson St.. Beverly MacBarron, Philip C, ' 44 B.A., 2 Blossom Court, Boston MacCaffray, Stuart A., 41 E., 711 Nantasket Ave., Hull MacCallum, James M., ' 44 B.A., 9 Durham St., Boston MacDonald, Frarcis J., ' 44 E., 106 Dustin St., Brighton MacDowell, Kenneth M . ' 44 L.A., 278 Waltham St., West Newton .MacFaden, Delbcrt W., ' 42 E , 65 Pope St., North Quincy Macfarland, Edwin E., ' 44 L,A.. 135 Highland Ave., Winthrop Macfarlane, George M, ' 44 E., 12 Wedgemere Rd.. Medford L cGrcgor, Wallace S., ' 43 E., 116 St. Stephen St, Boston Maclnnes, Harold E., ' 44 E , 11 Cliltondale Ave., Saugus Mackay, Donald, ' 43 B.A., 256 Euclid Ave., Lynn MacKay, Kenneth G M , ' 44 B.A., 23 Myrtle St., Jamaica Plain MacKenzie, Harvey, ' 44 E . 59 Overlook Rd., West Roxbury Mackys, Bronis W., ' 44 E.. 26 St. James Ave., Norwood MacLean, Arnold A., ' 43 B.A., 2 Lynn St., Woburn MacLeod, James A., ' 41 E., 82 Park St., Braintree Macmann, Edward, ' 41. E. 65 Cross St., Reading MacMath, Warren E., ' 41 E., 21 Orris St., Auburndale NLacMulIan, Leslie H., ' 41 B.A., 19 Webster St., Framinghanr Macomber, Roger F.. ' 44 B.A., 2009 Robeson St. Fall River ALacQuarrie, Harry A., ' 42 B.A , Norlh St , Brownville Junction, Maine Madden, Richard M., ' 41 E., Pleasant St., Rangely, Maine Maddock, Albert T.. ' 42 E., 257 Walnut St., Brookline Magadini, Charles R., ' 44 £., Christian Hill, Great Barrington Maguire, James R., Jr., ' 43 B.A , 26 McKinley Ave , Maguire, John H., ' 42 E,, 135 Lasell St., West Roxbury Maguire, John P., ' 44 L.A., 56 Goodenough St., Brighton Maguire, Joseph M., ' 44 L A , 125 Moreland St., Boston Maher, John E„ ' 43 E., 270 Warren St., Wilson, Conn. Mahler, Lloyd P., ' 44 B.A., 79 Hutchins Rd., Medford Mahoney, George L., ' 41 E., 61 Washington St., Taunton Mahoney, John J , ' 44 L A., 38 Glide St., Boston Mahoney, Thomas Francis. ' 44 E., 251 East St.. West Walpole Maicr, William R., ' 43 E.. 260 Moss Hill Rd., Boston Mailhot, Edward H., ' 44 L.A., 27 Trowbridge St., Belmont Makrys, James George, ' 44 L.A.. 14 Waban PI., Onset Maneatis, James A., ' 42 E., 6 Hobson St., Lawrence Maneatis, John A., ' 43 E., 6 Hobson St., Lawrence Manganelli, Francis C. ' 43 B.A., 105 Gove St., Cambridge Mann, Alfred W , ' 43 B A., Union St., North Marshfield Mann, Irving H., ' 41 L.A., Union St., North Marshfield Mann, Paul, ' 43 B.A., 15 Ransom Rd., Brighton Mann, Reginald L., ' 44 B.A, 91 Claybourne St, Dorchester Manning, Ralph W., ' 43 E., 42 Aldrlch St., Somerville Marcus, Sumner J.. ' 44 B.A., 82 Park Ave., Newton Marcy, Donald S., ' 44 E., 60 Fourth St., Medford Marden, Harry Wells, Jr., ' 44 B A , 11 Wyman St., Arlington Mardirosian, Milton M., ' 43 E., 144 School St., Watertown Maree, Edward J., ' 43 E., Pleasant St., Cohasset Marino, Felix, ' 41 E., 76 Barnstable St., Swampscott Mariolis, Michael K , ' 43 E , 40 Sunnyside St., Methuen Markham, Leslie, ' 41 E., Essex, Conn. Marks, Macey P., ' 43 L.A., 55 Rock Ave., Lynn Marks, Murray, ' 42 E., 55 Grove St., Chelsea Maron, Harold, ' 43 E., 11 Glenwood Rd., Lynn Marsh, Charles F., ' 41 E,, 27 Warwick St., Lynn Marshall, Gilbert A , ' 43 E , R.F.D., Lancaster, N. H. Marshall, John E., ' 42 E., 216 Charles St., Fall River Marshall, Robert H„ ' 41 E., 134 HiUcrest Rd., Needham Marston, James W., ' 42 E.. 40 Addison St., Brockton Marston, Robert S., ' 41 E., 4 Van Brunt Ave,. Dedham Martensen, Carl E., ' 44 LA., 135 Glendale St., Everett Martin, Harry W., ' 42 B.A., 48 Jameson Rd., Newton Martino, Joseph H., ' 44 L.A., 87 Standard St., Dorchester Martis, John PL, ' 44 E., 5 Russell St., Medford Mascianica, Francis S., ' 41 E., 53 Pearl St, Everett Mascianica, Joseph F., ' 44 B.A., 53 Pearl St., Everett Mason, Willard A., Jr., ' 44 B.A., 63 Vesey St., Brockton Materese, Vincent, ' 41 E., S Cottage St., Melrose Matheson, Stuart B., ' 42 L.A., 40 Fletcher Rd., Belmont Matorin, Maurice Joseph, ' 44 E., 353 Seaver St., Boston Matthewman, Rodger B., ' 43 E., 4 Brooks St., Maynard Maxwell, William Brendan. ' 44 E, IS Averton St, Roslindale May, George W., ' 43 B.A., 21 Miller Ave., Tarrytown, New York Mayo, Paul H., ' 44 E., Fairmount Ave.. West Somerville Mazmanian, Peter, ' 43 B.A., 30 Chester St., Somerville Mazzotta, Edward B , ' 44 E., 265 Houghton St., North Adams McAleer, Robert E , ' 44 B A., 24 Fairfield St., Cambridge McArdle, Henry, ' 43 B.A., 79 Oakland St., Brighton McAuley, Thomas M., ' 41 B.A,, 1 Prairie St., West Concord McBride, John E., ' 43 LA., 11 Clyde St., Chelsea McCann, John J., ' 44 E., 384 Broadway, Lawrence McCarthy, Alan 0., ' 41 LA.. 370 Crescent St., Waltham McCarthy, Charles R., ' 44 L.A., 21 Glade Ave., Boston McCartney, Sidney W., ' 44 B.A., Drumlin Lodge, Berneveld, New York. McCarty, Charles D., ' 41 E., i3 Roy St., New Bedford McClaren, Donald E., ' 44 L.A., 49 Elm St , Charlestown McCole, John J., ' 42 E., 854 East Broadway, South Boston .McCone, Thomas R., ' 42 L.A., 6 Wyvern St., Roslindale McConnell, James W., ' 44 L.A., 54 Woodside Rd., Winchester 183 McCourt. Robert E.. ' 44 B.A.. 120 QumobcquMi Rd.. Newton McCoy, Robert Riley. ' 44 E.. 348 Village St.. Medway McCracken. James M . Jr.. ' 42 B.A.. 220 Nchoiden St.. Xeedham McDonald. John L.. ' 42 E.. 600 Huron Ave., Cambridge McDonald. Richard F., ' 44 E., Elm St., Scituate McDonald. Thomas H , ' 42 L.A., 304 Esscj: St., Salem McDowell. Irving T.. ' 44 LA., 19 Cottage St.. West Med ford McGarry, Robert W., ' 41 E,, 10 Lincoln St., Maynard McGeoch, Harold R., ' 44 E.. 77 Thaxter Ave.. Abingion McGeoghegan, Philip Patrick. ' 44 B-A., S White Ave., Brookline McGinn, Francis J. 43 B A.. 76 Robinson St., West Lynn McGoohan, William M.. 42 E.. 3S I Lirginal St.. Lnwcll McGourty, Lawrence E,, ' 44 E . 12 Morgan St., Melrose Mclnerney, Francis W., ' 44 B.A.. 22 Bellingham Rd., Brookline Mcintosh. Richard M.. ' 44 B.A.. S4 Line St , Somerville McKay. Arthur R., ' 44 B.A., 147 Walnut St., Dedham McKcen. Robert G.. ' 42 E . 40 Dee Rd., Quincy McKenney. Charles L.. ' 44 L.A., 41 Westbournc St., Boston McKenzie. Allan M-, ' 41 E.. 140 Wrcntham St., Dorchcstc McKenzie. Francis W., ' 43 LA., 23 Garrison Ave., West Somerville McKinnon, Ronald F., ' 44 L.A.. 4 Pcabody Rd.. Stonehai McKinnon, Roy A., ' 43 B.A., 60 Waverly St , Brookline McLane, Hugh W., ' 41 E., 140 Beaver St.. Waltham McLaughlin. Edward J , ' 44 L.A., 33 Seymour St.. Boston McManus, John Lawrence, ' 43 E.. S6 East Howard St., Quincy McManus, Richard , ' 41 E.. 464 Ashmont St., Darchestf McMurrough. John L.. ' 44 B A., 187 College Ave., ' iUe 22 Ledyard St., McNally, Robert D., ' 42 Welteley Hills McNeil, William, ' 42 E.. 172 Beacon St.. Boston McQuestion. Richard, ' 44 E.. Slate Line. New Hampshire McShane, Thomai J., Jr., ' 43 B.A., 43 Hazel St., Watcrtown McTernan, James F,. ' 41 B,. ,, 37 Mendelssohn St., Boston Meade, Peter J., ' 44 E, 731 Washington St., Boston Meimaris, George. ' 44 L.A., 48 Capen St., Dorchester Meisner. John B,, ' 43 B.A.. Dovcr-Fo.xcroft, Maine Melkonian, Hurirc. ' 41 E . Bo 49. Route 5, Pcnacook. New Hampshire Melville, Norman. ' 41 E.. 45 Newcomb St., Quincy Melville, William A., ' 44 E., Garden St., West Newbury Menzies, Donald W., ' 43 E. 58 Marshall St., Medford Merdinyan, William A.. ' 42 E., 143 Cottage St., Pawtucket, R. I. Mcriam, Theodore B., 42 B A., 34 Beech St., Ruthcrlord, New Jersey Merrill, Charles W., ' 44 E., 1759 Northampton St., Holyoke Merrill, Nelson P., Jr., ' 44 E., 385 Gushing St., South Hingham Metaxatos, Louis, ' 43 E., 58 Central St., Pcabody Metcalf, Ralph L., ' 44 E.. 450 Plymouth St., Bridgewaler Metcalfe, Irwin J.. ' -13 E, 9 York Terrace, Brookline Meycnbeig. Anthony J., Jr., ' 44 E.. 1S92 McGraw . ve.. New York Michaelson, Louis J., ' 42 E., 1242 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester Midgeley, Robert H., ' 44 E.. 78 West Main St.. Westborn Migliaccio, Albert, ' 44 LA.. 4 Royal Si.. Winchester Millen, Curtis W, ' 41 B.A., 16 Rawson Rd.. Quincy Miller, Albert C, ' 44 L.A., 170 Lexington Ave.. Cambridge Miller, George B.. ' 42 L.A., 252 Common St., Watcrtown Miller, Harvey S., ' 41 E., 6 Foster St., Brookline Miller. Murray, ' 43 E., 82 Gardner St., Peabody Miller. Richard C„ ' 42 E , 3I7A Eastern Ave., Lynn -Miller. Kenneth B . ' 44 B.A., 769 Edgcwood Ave., Ne Ha Miller, Linwood M., ' 44 L.A.. 63 Borland Ave.. Somerset .Miller. Stanley W., ' 44 L.A., 45 Wales St., Dorchester Miller, Sumner D , ' 43 B.A., 14 Montrose St.. Maiden Miller. Thomas M., ' 44 L A., 27 Harold St., Roxbury .Miller, William B., ' 44 E., 99 Esmond St., Dorchester -Millman, O. Robert, ' 42 E., 8 As hton St., Boston .Mills. Russell 0., ' 43 L.A.. 78 Prescott St., Chelsea -Milo. Henry L, ' 43 E., 31 Whittier Rd., Medford Minder, William L., ' 44 B.A., North Creek, New York .Miner. Newton L., ' 44 E., 11 Washington St.. Mexico, New York Mlnkwitz. Russell E., ' 44 E,. 169 Murray St.. Meriden, Conn. Mitchell. William H., ' 44 E., 114 EdgchiU Rd.. Braintrcc Mockler, Hubert B., Jr., ' 44 E.. Colrain, Mass. Moessner, Herbert, ' 43 E, 511 Central Ave.. New Haven. Conn. Molica. Anthony J., ' 43 E., 7 Emmet St., South Boston .Molino, Nono M., ' 44 E.. 611 Bennington St., East Boston Moll, Samuel, ' 43 E.. 79 Shirley Ave., Revere Molyn, Michael, ' 43 E., 36 Whiton St.. Windsor Locks, Conn. Monk, Arthur J., ' 43 LA , 1 I Rhinecliff St.. Arlington Monson, Roy E., ' 41 E., 118 Kecney Ave., West Hartford. Conn. Montague, Robert J., ' 43 B.A., 5 Summer St.. West Acton Monteith, Howe C, ' 41 L.A., 141 Sagamore St, North Quincy Montgomery. William A., ' 43 E, 222 Houghton St., North Adams Monti, Edmund C. ' 42 E., 137 Cross St., Quincy -Montimaggi, Mario, ' 42 E., 32 Aldcn St., Plymouth Moody, Richard E., ' 43 B.A., Center St , Granby Mooney, Nervin. ' 44 B.A., 126 Nichols Ave., Watcrtown Moore, Donald II., ' 44 E , 365 Newport Ave., WoUaston Moore, Frederick A , ' 43 E., 118 Elm St., Amesbury Moore, James C; ' 44 E., 1 10 West St . West Bridgewaler Moore, Thomas J.. Jr., ' 43 E., Main St., Marion Moraski, Edward. ' 41 E, 1525 Centre St., Roslindale Morey, Douglas, Jr., ' 43 B.A., 37 Ross St, Medford .Morlitt, John W., ' 43 E., 70 Bell Rock St., Maiden. Morgan, Edward Waller. ' 41 E., 500 Main St., Gardner .Morgan, Harold D., ' 41 B.A.. 20 Robbins Rd., Lexington -Morgan, Harold K., ' 41 E., Bare Hill Rd., Topsfield Morgan. Wayne T.. ' 44 B.A., 20 Robbins Rd., Lexington .Moriarty. Albert, ' 44 E., 911 Shirley St., Wiuthrop Morrill, Frederick L., ' 44 B.A.. SO Tyler St., Wollaston Morris, James A.. ' 41 L.A , 17 Whitman St , Lawience Morris. Howell G.. ' 11 LA., Common St.. Dedham 184 Morris, John, ' 4+ E., 729 S.ilcm St . Soudi Gruvcl.inil Morris, John I., ' 44 B.A., 97 Bromfield Rd., Somerville Morris, Robert C. ' 44 LA , 140 Rich Ave., Mount ' crnon. New York Morrison, Clyde V.. ' 42 E,, 555 Liberty St., South Braintree Morrison, Dean P., ' 45 B.A.. 26 Sunset St.. Stonch.im Morrison, Lincoln W., -43 B.A., 5 Canterbury St., Andover Morrissey, David J., ' 42 E., 3 Englewood Ave., Brookline Morrissey, James S., ' 44 B.A., IS George St.. Lynn Morrow, Harold F., ' 42 E., 23 Perry St., Somerville Morse, Charles P., ' 42 E., 243 Weld St,. Roslindale Morse. Donald M., ' 4 3 B.A., Wells, Maine Morse, Frank H , ' 42 E , Waterlord, Maine Morse, Gordon S., ' 44 E., Danville, Vermont Morse, Reginald, ' 41 E., 205 Grove St., Auburndale Morse, Richard Allan, ' 43 E., 602 June St., Fall River Morse, Richard A., ' 44 E.. 13 Doane Ave.. Beverly Morton, John J.. ' 42 E.. 32 Colonial Ave., Lowell Mosler, Daniel B.. ' 44 B.A.. 47 Holl St., Manchester, Conn. Moss, Robert W., ' 43 E., 43S Summer St., Brldgewater Mott, Clinton P.. 42 E., 94-60 224th St., Queens Village, New York Moulton, Richard G.. ' 43 E , 30 Reynolds St , South Portland, Maine .Moy, Frank N. W., ' 42 E., 4S5 de Sieyes, Shanghai. China Mozzicato, Joseph A.. " 42 E., 49 Hancock Ave., Medford Mroz, Edward J., ' 43 E., 59 Fulton St., Lowell Mroz, Edmund A., ' 42 E., 149 Derby St , Salem Mudge, Robert G , ' 42 E., 2S Rockaway St., Lynn Mudgett, Arthur, ' 42 E i 438 Hollis St.. Framingham .Muise, Percy D., ' 44 E., 60S South St., Quincy Mullin. Tom D., ' 44 E., P. O Box 1403. Roanoke, Virginia Mulock, John F., ' 42 E., 20 Harrison St., Brookline Munday, Howard P., ' 42 LA., 134 Grant St., Lexington Murphy, David Joseph. ' 44 B.A., 43 Gardena St , Boston Murphy. Howard J., Jr„ ' 44 L.A., 2S Oak Ledge Rd., Wakefield Murphy, James David, ' 43 E., 56 Bristol Rd., Bedford Murphy, John P.. ' 44 B.A.. S30 Canton Ave., Milton Murphy, Joseph S.. ' 44 E., 12 Johnswood Road, Boston Murphy, Nathan H., ' 43 E., 420 Newton St., Chestnut Hill Murray, Cornelius, ' 44 E.. 2 Haspell St., Beverly Farms Murray, Francis Joseph, ' 44 B.A., 23 Salem St., Winchester Murray, Robert H., ' 42 E., 5S4 Centre St.. Newton Murray. Walter P., ' 42 E.. 1465 Main St.. South Weymoutli .Vfusiker, Harold R., ' 43 L.A., 16 Roxton St., Dorche ter Myers, Elwood R., ' 42 E., S4 Robbins Drive. Wethersfield, Conn. Myers, Murray I.. ' 44 B.A., 184 Washington St., Brighton Myers, Seymour L.. ' 44 L.A., 43 Winston Road, Dorchester Myrbeck, Sven G., ' 44 E., 45 Curtis St., Quincy Naiman, Robert, ' 42 E., S Haley St., Roxbury Nalbandian, Haig S., ' 44 E., 29 Donnybrook Road, Brighton Nangeroni, Ambrose B., ' 43 E., 17 Eastman St.. Dorchester Nathenson Simon, ' 42 L.A., 105 Waumbeck St., Roxbury Navin, Philip, ' 43 E„ 124 East Elm Ave., WoUaston Nazarian, Gregory, ' 43 L.A., -Mishawum Road, Woburn Negrini, Vincent A.. Jr., ' 43 E.. 27 Beloit Road. Dcdham Nelson, Bernard R„ ' 44 E., Norfolk St., Millis Nelson, James H., ' 42 B.A.. 9 Harrison Ave., Gloucester Nelson, Lewis F., ' 44 L..A., 142 Holland St., West Somerville Nerneberg, Martin L., ' 44 E , 79 Cedar St., Wakefield Nesto, Bruno, ' 44 E., 12 Brook Ave., Boston Newcomb, Hermon F., ' 43 L.A., 16 Story St., Cambridge Newcomb, Mark R , ' 44 B.A., 141 Park Ave.. Ext., Arlington Newman, Philip W., ' 43 E., 202 Ridge St.. Winchester Newpol. Charles IL, ' 43 L.A., 210 Brunskick St., Roxbury Newton, Richard A., ' 41 B.A., 2 Summer St., Sharon Newton, Richard F., ' 44 E., 45 Kenwood St., Dorchester Nichols, George E., Jr., ' 43 E., 35 Dutcher St.. Hopedale Nickerson, Winsor, ' 44 E,. IS Grove St„ Winchester Niconchuk, Alec W.. ' 41 E., 204 Lynn St., Peabody Niles, Alva N., ' 44 E., 304 Ferry St„ Everett Niles, Otis I., ' 44 L.A., 304 Ferry St., Everett Nimmo, James C, ' 43 B.A., 26 Almont St.. Methuen Nish, Harry T., Jr.. ' 43 B.A., 36 Myrtle St., Saugus Noble, C. Richard, ' 42 E.. South Longyard St., Southwick Noble, George Corbin, ' 44 B.A., 49 Lexington St., New Britain. Conn. Nolan. John P.. ' 43 E., 12 Hayward St., North Easton Noonan, Hugh J., ' 42 E.. 10 Ayer St., Peabody .N ' oonan, Malcolm I . ' 43 E.. 62 Greenwood Road, Brockton Nordstrom, Joseph A,. " 41 E , 532 Buena Vista Road. Bridgeport, Conn. Nutting, William C, ' 42 B.. .. 33 Glen Rd.. Wellesley Hills Nyman. Russell S.. ' 44 B.A., 47 Russell St., Manchester, Conn, Oakman, Karl N., ' 44 E.. Highland St.. Alarshfield O ' Brien, James G., ' 44 E.. 651 Meriden Road, Waterbury, O ' Brien, James P., ' 44 B.A., 3S Ames-St., Worcester O ' Brien. Robert G„ ' 44 E., 3 Elsinorc St., Concord O ' Brien, Thomas F., Jr., ' 43 E., 82 Train St., Dorchester O ' Brien, William J„ ' 44 L A., 23 Winter St., Northampton O ' Connell, Philip, ' 41 E., 4 Day St., North Easton O ' Connell, William J., ' 43 E., 93 Academy St., South Braintree O ' Connor, Arthur M., ' 41 E., 15 Harrington ' St., Revere O ' Connor, Ralph C, ' 44 LA., 15 Harrington St., Revere O ' Flahavan, James M., ' 43 E., 62 Colonial Ave.. Lowell Ogden, Harold P„ ' 43 B.A., Box 232, Springvale, Maine Ogle, William James. ' 41 LA.. 67 Clark St., Maiden Ogonik, John, ' 42 B.A., 33 Worcester St.. Boston Oksanen, Owney D., ' 42 E., 233 Main St., Danielson, Conn, Olsen, Albert D., ' 43 B.A., 127 Capen St., Dorchester O ' Neil, Frank B., ' 41 B.A., 8S Grove St., Lynn O ' Neil, Stephen J., ' 41 E., 1165 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester O ' Neill, Frederic D., ' 44 B.A., 49 White St.. Taunton Onichuk. Julius L., ' 44 B.A., 13 Hartford St., Norwood Ordway. David W., ' 42 E , 21 Fern St., Auburndale Osberg, Norman L., ' 44 E., 17 Hilda St.. Quincy Otis, James D., Jr., ' 44 L.A., 1107 Adams St., Dorchester O ' Toole, John F., ' 44 L.A., 29 Banks St., Somerville Ounanian, Hardin M., ' 43 L,A., 27 Dover St., Boston Owen, Robert R., ' 44 L.A., 8 Woodland St., Claremont, N. H. Oxman, Martin H., ' 43 E., 15 Lindwood St., Maiden Oxton, Ernest G., ' 43 E., 1302 Commonwealth Ave., Allston Page. John F., ' 43 E.. 106 Narragansett Road, Quincy Page, Robert H.. ' 44 E , Elm St., Bucksport, Maine Paige, Robert W., ' 44 L.A., 162 Lowell Ave., Newtonville 185 Paine. Joseph L.. ' 43 E., 26 Summer St., Tilton. N. H. Pajonas. Alphonse. ' 4j B.A., 68 Morris St.. Hartford, Cmiii. Palardy, Francis II.. ' 4+ B.. .. 497 East Main St., . ' Xvon Palmer. Donald K.. ' 44 LA.. Eggmont Ave. BiUcrica Palmer, Quentin. ' 45 L. A.. 65 Pearl St.. North Wcymoi.tli Palmgren. Rich.ird P.. ' 41 L.A.. 45 Eustis St., Wollaston Panowich, Edw.ird T.. -43 E.. 2IS West Main St.. Riverhe.ad, N. V Pape, Frederick B.. ' 44 B A., 1615 Holland St.. Utica. N. I ' . Pappas, James, ' 45 B.. ., 90 Mar.athon St.. ; rlington Paradis, John B.. ' 44 L.A.. 36 High St., Rockporc Paraskevas. Anastasios J.. ' 42 E., 726 Parker St.. Ro.- bur.v Parish, Robert L., ' 44 B.A., 15 Winthrap St., Winchester Park, Charles B.. ' 44 E., 77 Orchard St., Cambridge Parker, Burton. ' 44 E.. 162 Franklin Ave., Chelsea Parker, Edward F. ' 44 E., 20 School St., Arlington Parker, Stanlc C. ' 43 E., 20 Fern St., Auburndale Parks, Wilder. ' 44 E.. Old H.dlord Rd.. Concord Parone, Harry Robert. ' 44 B.. .. IS Dean St.. Hartlord, Parrotta. Ralph, ' 43 E., 7 Sheafe St.. Boston Parsons, Roy L., ' 41 E., 6 Myrtle Square, Glouce lci Parsons, William B., ' 43 E., 200 Adams St.. Dedham Parssinen, Edwin J.. ' 42 E., 1 Factory St.. Sandwich Partridge, William T., ' 44 B.A., 10 Orient St., Winchester Parziale, Joseph A., ' 44 E., 2 Garden Court St., Boston Paskal, Joseph, ' 44 B.A., 272 E St., South Boston Passler ' , Herbert Edwin, ' 44 E., 2S5 Cross St., Belmont Patev. Nikola C, 41 E., 152 Nilsson St.. Brockton Patterson, Alfred J., ' 42 E.. 132 Day St., Jamaica Plain Patterson, Charles R., ' 42 B.A.. 154 Keelcr Ave.. Bridgeport, Conn. Paul, Bryant M.. Jr., ' 44 E., 291 Otis St., We-t Newton Paul, C. Craig, ' 41 E., 144 Fr.inklin St., South Braintree Paul, Murray D., ' 43 E., SS Liberty Ave., SomerviUe Paulson, John U.. ' 44 E., 4 Overl. ok Road. Melrose Highlands Pearlman, Erne--t L.. 44 B.A., 12S Homestead St., Boston Pearson, Arnold R., ' 44 E., 41 Perthshire Road, Boston Pearson, David A., ' 41 E., 316 Park Ave., Medina, N. V. Pearson, John A., ' 44 E., 31 High St., E.ieter, N. H. Peck, Clifford K., ' 44 B.A., .Montro.e Ave.. Wakefield Peck, Marshall 11., Jr.. ' 44 L.. ., 12 University St.. New Haven. Conn. Peck. Winfield. ' 44 E., PeckvlUe Road, Shclburne Falls Pedell. Melvin 11.. ' 43 L. .. Ill Meridian St., East Boston Penned, Walter F.. ' 44 B.A.. 13 Bright Road, Belmont Peppard. William S., ' 41 B.A.. 7 Cray Circle. Arlington Perakis, Peter M.. ' 44 E.. 5S Main St., Hull Poretti. Robert A.. ' 44 B.A., 15 Jackson Road, Belmont Peridier. Paul Herman, ' 43 L.A.. Palmer Pyhsical Lab.. Princeton. N. J. Perkins, James A.. ' 44 E., 124 Pine St., Danvcrs Perkins, W. William, ' 42 £., 32 Lalayctle Ave., llingham Pcrles, Benjamin M.. ' 44 B.A.. 36 Mountain Ave.. Dorche.ier Perils, Daiid B., ' 44 E., 522 Blue Hill Ave., Ro.xbury Perry, Kenneth E., ' 43 E., 109 Thornton Road, Walthain Perry. Stanley E.. ' 44 E.. 503 Main St.. Stoneham Pescosolido. Ernct J., ' 44 B.A., 20 Broadway Terrace. Newtonville Peter, Sokrates, ' 44 E., 16 Enfield St., Jamaica Plain Peterson, Carl J., ' 43 E., S74 Warren Ave.. Brockton Peterson. Edward 1.. ' 43 E.. 10 Fnuilh St.. Ea t Norwalk. Conn. Peterson. Eugene F., Jr.. ' 13 E., 71 Baitlelt Ave.. Arlington Peterson. Henry, ' 42 E., 17 Lincoln Ro.id, East Natick Peterson. Stanley R.. ' 42 E., 12 Springhill Rd.. Hyde P.irk Peterson. William C. ' 4 3 E.. 140 North St.. Medford Petitti. John F.. Jr.. ' 44 E., 57 Redfield St.. Ncponsct Petrie, Roger A.. ' 44 E., Cottage Road. Island Pond. N ' t. Pcverly. Arthur W.. ' 43 E., 145 Rowe St., Melro.e Phillips, William H., Jr., ' 43 B.A.. 196 North St., Somcrvilk- Phinncy, Lucicn B.. ' 44 E.. 35 Middle St.. Fairhavcn Piatelli. Leon P., ' 43 E.. 56 Rockdale St.. Mattapan Piche, William . .. ' 43 B.A., Middle St., Lancaster. N. H. Piekos, Thaddeus J.. ' 44 E., 36 Fairmonnt St.. WoL.nsockct, R. 1. Pierce, John Arthur, ' 43 1,.. .. 190 Summer St.. .Maiden Pierce, Martin E., ' 44 B.. .. 35 Winthrop St.. Charleaown Pierson, Robert P.. ' 41 E., 156 Lake St., Brighton Pillsbury, Charles B.. ' 43 E., 54 Quint Ave.. Allston Pinkham, Carl W., Jr., ' 44 E., 12S Pleasant St.. Reading Pinkham. Franklin S.. ' 43 E.. Highland St., Weston Pinkham. Newell W., ' 44 E., CordaviUe Road. Southboro Pitman, Paul A., Jr., ' 43 E.. 37S Belmont St., Wollaston Plaisted, Richard B., ' 43 E., 35 Barnard Road. Belmont Plakias, Paul A., ' 44 B..V., 3S Jamaica Road, Bruokline Plumb, Frank J., ' 44 E., Prospect Chesire Road, Prospect, Conn. Polansky, Alfred, ' 43 B.. ., 92 Loring Ave., Salem Polishook, Samuel. ' 43 E.. 39 .Millmont St.. Roxbury Policy, Waller E., Jr., ' 4 2 B. A.. Highland Ave.. North Chelsmford PoUeys, Owen F.. ' 44 E., 579 New Britain Ave.. Hartford, Conn. Pollina. Chaides. ' 44 LA., IIS Mason Terrace. Brookline Polonsky, Abraham. 42 E.. 232 .Myrtle St., New Bedford Pomerantz. Bernard S., ' 41 L.A., 565 Albany Ave., Hartlord, Conn. Pomeroy, William D., ' 43 E.. Foster ' s Pond, Ando cr Porter, Fred C. ' 43 E., 68 Maple St., Stoneham Porter, Roger W., ' 43 L.A., 45 Moraine St., Brockton Posluslmy, Stanley J., ' 42 L.A., 617 18th Ave.. Newark, N. J. Posovsky, Milton, ' 43 B.A., 235 Newton St., Athol Pothier, George A., ' 43 L.A., 255 Brown St., Waltham Potter, John S., ' 43 L.A., 16 Le. ington Road. Concord Powell. Br.idford. ' 44 E.. 151 Salem St., Wakefield Powers, Richard, ' 44 L.A., o97 Bennington St., E.ist Boston Pratt, Robert E., 44 E., 17 Greylock Ave., Taunton Prescott, Alvah E., ' 43 B.A., 14 Edgemere Road. Lynn Press, Newton, ' 44 E., 52 Fairmount St., Maiden Preston, Edward, ' 44 L.A., 54 West Newton St.. Boston Preti, Leo L., ' 43 E., 24 West Grove St., Middleboro Price, William K... ' 43 L.A., 619 East St.. Walpolc Priest. Bernard. ' 43 E.. 74 Parker St.. Maynard Priest, Irving . .. ' 43 B.A,, Landham Road, Sudbury Priestly, David Walker, ' 44 E., 57 Hewlett St„ Boston Priestman. Leslie. ' 42 E.. 92 Main St., Ashland Prior, F. Weston, ' 42 B.A., 354 Wolcott St., Auburnd.ilc Prizio, Thomas Anthony. ' 42 E., 3 Floyd St., Revere Probst, Arthur E. ' 41 B.A., S5 Pierpont Ro.id, We.-t Ro.vbury Prohodsk). Mlch.acl. ' 43 E,, School St., Mansfield Prue, Frank J., ' 43 E., 4S Mcndon St„ Flopcdale Pruler. Hugo R., ' 44 LA.. 210 Main St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Przybyla. . doU S.. ' 44 E,. 136 .Norman St., New Bedford 186 Pucci. Josepli E., ' 4+ E., 25 Elm St., Westerly. R. I. PuUcn. O. Varney, ' 43 E., North Amity, Maine I ' yros, Russell A., ' 44 LA., 491 New Britain Ave. Hartford, Conn. Quceney, Paul G., ' 44 E.. 15 Dyer Ave., i 4ilton Qiiigley. Edward F., ' 45 E., N. Liberty St., Nantuckei Quirk, John D., ' 42 L.A., 26 Grove St., East Weymc Quirk John F.. ' 44 L.A.. 254 Mt. Auburn Si., Wat( Race, Harry Carlton, ' 42 E., 54 Bond St., Norwood Rachmilovitz, Ruben D., ' 43 L.A., 3 Intervale St., Roxbury Radziewicz, Leu J., ' 43 E., 38 Boston St., Boston Raiklen, Matthew A., ' 44 L.A., 65 Weston St., Boston Rand, Arthur 1., ' 41 E., 170 Maple St., Danvers Rand, Hazen B., ' 41 E., 98 Pond St., Avon Rand, Stuart C, ' 43 E., 58 Nonantuni St., Newton Randall, Charles FL, Jr., ' 43 E., 73 Cohasset St., Roslindale Rappoli, Nicholas E., ' 43 E., Iii9 Ledar bl.. Somerville Rasanen, Leon E., ' 42 E., 132 Roosevelt A ' c.. Norwood Rathgeber, William H., ' 43 E., 69 Wolcolt Kuad, Cne.tnut FliU RauUerson, Calvin FL. ' 44 L. .. 304 Common«c,.llh Ave.. Boston Ravich, Leonard E., ' 44 L.A., 208 Cornwall St., Hartlord, Conn. Ravven, Floward, ' 43 L.A., 47 Pasadena Road, Ro.vbury Rawley, Ralph A,, ' 43 E., 120 Limerock St., Rockland, -Me. Ray, Arthur F., 41 E., 158 Sc.iool St., Watertown Raymond, Richard F., ' 42 L.A., 1704 Common St., Lynn Raymond, Roger A., ' 43 L.A., 1S9 Everett St., Wollaston Reardon, John M., ' 44 E.. 217 Sargent St., Fiartlord, Conn. Reed, Iheodore W., ' 43 E., 94 Madison Aic., NewtonviUe Reed, Warren L., ' 41 E., U Flighland Ave., btoneham Reid, James 1. F., ' 44 L.A., 156 IJlale St., Beverly Reid, Robert F., ' 42 B.A., 3 Prospect Place, Taunton Reid, Robert L., ' 44 L.A., 163 Oakley Road, Belmont Reilly, James Francis, ' 44 B.A., 4 Winship Place, iJrignton Reinhart, Albert J., ' 44 E., Shirley Road, Lancaster Reising, Gilbert, Jr.. ' 44 L.A., 494 Mass. Ave., Cambridge Rekola, Viljo W., 44 E., Box 130, Brooklyn, Conn. Remby, Henry T., ' 44 L.A., 176 Circuit Road, Winthrop Resnick, Bernard T.. ' 44 E., 4 We.tmore Road, Mattapan Reucll, Gordon, ' 42 E., 220 School St., Woburn Reyraolds, Edward D., ' 44 B.A., 395 Newport Ave., Wollaston Reynolds, Adelbert R., ' 41 E., 36 Irving St., PonUuid, Me. Reynolds, William F., ' 44 B.A., 229 Bradslreci Ave.. Revere Rhodes, John E., ' 43 E., Thompson, Conn. Rice, Frederick M., ' 44 B.A., 84 Highland St., Bangor. Me. Rice, Frederick Q., ' 44 L.A., 14 Monmouth Court, Brookline Rich, Abraham M., ' 43 E., 37 Central Ave., Chelsea Rich, William N., ' 41 L.A.. 1947 Beacon St., Waban Richard, Norman B., ' 44 L.A., 19 Titcomb St., Newburyport Richards, Irving S., ' 4+ B.A., 38 Bellinghara Rd., Worcester Richardson, Franklin T., ' 44 E., 15 Mt. Pleasant St., Winchester Richardson, George E., ' 43 B.A., S7 Flopedale St., Hopedale Richardson, George L., ' 43 E., 824 Concord St., Framingham Richardson, Kenneth W.. ' 42 E.. 824 Concord St., Framingham Richardson. Randall FL. ' 44 B.A., Northwood, N. H. Richmond, William J., ' 43 E., 1019 iVLain St., Reading Rick, Charles A., ' 43 B.A.. 9 Ingersoll Road, Wellesley Ricker, Paul J., ' 43 B.A., 69 Laurel Drive, Needham Ricketson, Austin C, ' 44 B.A., S Seaborn St.. Dorchester Riggs, Graham T., ' 44 B,A., 37 Sargent St., Boston Riley, John J., Jr.. ' 44 E., 270 Parker Hill Ave.. Boston Ring. Frank A., ' 42 B A., 19 Wellington St., Waltham Riola, Michael M,, ' 42 E.. 3035 Main St.. Bridgeport, Conn. Robbins, Frederic W., ' 43 E., Frye, Maine. Robbins, Lcroy F., Jr., ' +3 B.A., 4 Western Ave, FLillowell, Me. Robbins, Prescott D,. ' 44 E., Railio.nd St., Troy, N. H. Roberts, Alfred Owen, ' 44 E.. 3 Allen Ave., Fairhaven. Vt. Roberts, Ernest A., ' 44 L.A., 9 Fellows St., Danvers Robertson. John T.. ' 43 E., 48 Alexander St., Boston Robertson. Stewart S., ' 4+ E., 215 Cedar St., Dedham Robie, Richard F., ' 43 E.. 249 Grove St., Wollaston Robinson, Donald W,. Jr., ' 44 E,, 3 Wesley Park, Somerville Robinson, Paul L., " 44 E., Garland. Maine Robinson. Saul, ' 44 E., 97 llazelton St., Mattapan Robinson, Theodore Bliss, ' 43 E., 29 Highland Ave., Winchester Robinson, Victor L, ' 42 E., 233 Lafayette St., Salem Robinson, William W., 42 B.A., 17 Beach Road, Lynn Rocnelord, Raymond. 44 E., 151 Coburn Ave.. Worcester Rodgers, Wilfred C, ' 43 li.A.. 170 Commonwealth Ave., West Concord Roger, R. Maurice, ' 44 L.A., 34 Purcha.e St., Newburyport Rogers, Herbert J., ' 42 B.A., 152 Newport St., Arlington Rogers, Jonii B.. ' 41 L.A., 534 Prospect St.. Metnuen Rogers, Joseph F., 44 E., 24 Filt.i St., Medlord Rogers, Leo E., ' 44 E., 14 Stedman St., Wakelield Rogers, Russell J., 41 E.. West Pawlet, Vt. Romano, Joseph C, 43 E.. Crand St., West SulTicId, Conn. Romano, Mario Id.. ' 43 E., 22 iiinur.,se St., Keveie Rondeau, Fienry i.. 44 i-,A., 78 Grove St., Norm Brookheld Root, Stephen E., +2 E., 27 Mt. Pleasant St.. Winciiester Rosberry, Frederick, 41 E., 6 Grand Ave., Millers Falls Rose, 1-lenry O., ' 44 L., ., 32 Robinson St., Dorchester Koaenberg, rierbert i., (4 L -V., 9V Wooutuester Uri e, Chestnut Hill Rosenberg, Udel K., ' 44 B.A., 71 Gieenlawn Ave., Newton Rosenfield, Myer J., ' 44 E., 18 Pen in St., Ro.ibuiy Rosenthal, Seymour M., ' 41 E., 53 Mascot St., Dorchester Rosequist, John, ' 44 L.A., West Main St., Avon Ross, Donald E., ' 43 B.A., 64 Flamilton Ave., North Quincy Ross, Grant Duncan, ' 44 L.A., IS Myrtle St., Everett Ross, Eugene A., ' 44 L.A., 12 Webster St., Somerville Ross, George A., " 42 B.A., IS Dusdn St., Brighton Ross, George G., ' 42 E., 338 Tiapelo Road, Waltham Rosselli, Anthony C, 42 B.A., 28 Heath St., Somerville Rothkopf, Herbert, ' 43 B.A., S4 Center St.. EUenviUe, N. Y. Rotman, Walter. 44 E., 39 Wave Ave., Revere Roukes, Warren FL, ' 4+ B.A., 55 Damon Ave., Melrose Roundy, Wayne A., ' 41 E., 247 Elm St., Gardner Rowell, Howard P., ' 43 E., William St.. Holden Roy, Arthur. 41 E,, 20 Clayton St., Fall River Rubin, Albert A., 43 B.A., 195 Pine St., Bangor, Me. Rubin, AlvanD., ' 43 L.A., 11 Feneno Terrace, Brookline Rubin, Harry, ' 41 E., 124 Harvard St., Brookline Rubin, Leonard S.. 4+ E., 145 Babcock St., Brookline Ruggiero, Francis J., ' 41 E., 299 Albany St., Boston Rumery, E. Stuart, ' 41 B.A., 17 Harold St., Medford Rumrill, Edward L, ' 43 E.. 75 Orchard St., Maiden Rumsey, Abraham 11., ' 42 B.A., 181 Woodrow Ave., Dorchester Runk, Wilfred FL, ' 43 E., 118 Bassett St., New Haven Conn. Russell, Francis A., ' 44 L.A,, 15 Feneno Terrace, Brookline Russell, George E., Jr., ' 43 E,, 71 Prospect St.. Pcabody Russell, James W., ' 43 L.A., 276 Highland .St., Dedham Russell, John H., ' 44 E , 23 Gibson St., Needham Russell. Malcolm L., ' 44 E., 14 Chestnut St., Wakefield Russell, Martin B., ' 43 L.A., 26 Mansfield St., Allston Russell, Richard E., ' 44 E„ Shirley St., Boston Rust, Kenneth W., ' 43 L.A., 22 Reservoir Ave., Chestnut Hill Rutberg, Seymour, ' 43 L.A.. 28 York St.. Dorchester 187 Rulledec Alex.inJcr, ' 43 L.A., 85 ClevclnnJ Rd, Marblehead Ryan, Edward F., ' 43 B.A.. 42 Union St., Wolnirn Ryan, John J.. ' 44 E , 91 Robin St., West Rosbury Ryan, Robert C. ' 41 E.. 16 Norfolk St., Haverhill Ryder, Raymond B., ' 41 E., S9 B.nw St.. Saugus Rydzel. Joseph S., ' 44 L.. ., S Alpine St.. Worcester Rymsl.a. Michael J., ' 41 E,. 34 Harding St.. Cambridge Ryther. John H.. ' 44 E.. 21 licnninglon St.. Newton Sabotnak. George D., ' 44 B.A., S " St. Botolph St.. Boston Sack, Albert, ' 44 E., 5 Quincy Terrace, Boston S.icknoff, Norman A,, ' 42 B.A., 61 Pleasant St., Brookline Sager, Richard H., Jr., ' 43 E., 308 Quincy Ave., Quincy Sakovitz, Edward J., ' 44 B.A., 13U Lincoln St., Framingham Salerno, Alfred R., ' 43 L.A., 144 Pleasant St., North Adams Salerno, Lucian Ralph, ' 44 L.A.. 43 Charter St., Boston Salo. Carl ' 44 E., Main St., West Barnstable Samet, Herbert A., ' 41 E., IS Irving St., Boston Sammonds, Robert I,. ' 42 E., 431 Cabot St., Beverly Sampson, Mitchell, ' 43 E., 525 arnum Ave., Lowell Samuelson, Howard A., ' 43 E., 99 Beach Ave., Nantasket Samuelson, Ralph H., ' 41 E., 65 Tanager St., Arlington Sanborn, William E., ' 42 E , 4 Cogswell Ave., Cambridge Sandarg, Stanley, ' 41 B.A., 6 ' :; Oak St., Inkcrman, Pittston, Pa. Sander, Charles G., Jr., ' 44 E., 72 Cabot St., Newton Sands. Robert A.. ' 44 L.A., Old Billerica Road, Bedford Sanlord, James F., ' 42 E., Water Mill, New Yrok Santolini, 0., Harold, ' 44 E., 2S5 Taylor St., Springfield Sarno, Arthur S., ' 43 E.. 32 Prince St., Boston Sattin, Frank, ' 42 E., 43 Franklin St., Revere Saumsiegle, Robert W., ' 44 E.. 103 Riverview . vc.. Waltham Saunders, Arnold E,, ' 42 E., loOl Gorham St.. Chelmsford Saunders, Raymond A., ' 44 L.A.. 23 Wachusett St., Mattapan Sawyer. William L., ' 44 L.. .. Newmarket Road, Exeter, N, H. Savage, George A., ' 43 B A., 64 Ridgcwood St.. Dorchester Savage, Kenneth N., ' 41 E., 66 Butler St., Dorchester Savage, William E., Jr., ' 43 E., 27 Washington Ave., Thompsonville, Conn.. Scaglione, Anthony L., ' 44 B.A.. IS Sewall St.. Somerville Scanlon. Walter E., Jr., ' 44 B.A., 90 Wales Ave., Randolph Scarpa, Ernest J., ' 43 E., Ponikin Vale, Lancaster Scarpo, Francis B., ' 44 E., 1520 Dixwell Ave., Hamden. Conn. Schall, Louis Ft.. ' 42 E., 64 Fairfield St., Dedham Schcin, Donald E.. ' 43 L.A., 172 Harvard St., Brookline Schmidt. Carlton C. ' 44 B.A., 101 East Main St., Corfu, New York Schmieder, Albert K., ' 41 E., Randolph St.. Canton Schober, Frank R . ' 43 B A., 892 Shirley Si.. Winlhrop Scholfield, Eldon N., ' 44 E., 8 East Hastings St., West Roxbury Schuster, Walter W,, ' 43 E.. 110 Derby . vc. Sevmour, Conn. Schreiber, Robert. ' 43 E., 57 Winn St.. Belmi.nt Scigliano, Edward A„ ' 43 L.A., 58 Austin St.. Hyde Park Sciore, Edward, ' 44 E., 24 Newton St., Brockton Scott, Ernest H.. Jr., ' 43 E., 7 Charlotte Road, Marblehead Scott, Lewis K., Jr., ' 43 E., 260 Tremont St„ Melrose Scuddcr, Roger Earle, ' 43 L.A., 47 Audubon Road, Wellesley Scully, Thomas F., ' 43 E., 185 .Main St., Ansonia, Conn. Scurto, Nicholas, ' 4 3 E., 57 Salem St., Boston Sears, Paul W., ' 43 L.A.. 9 Bay View Ave., Plymouth Seaverns, Charles Freeman, Jr., ' 44 LA.. 14 Goodway Road. Jamaica Plain Scbring, Robert E., Jr., ' 43 E., 51 Lorraine St.. Roslindale Sellers, Donald R., ' 41 B.A., 17 Hall Ave., Watcrtown Semonian, Ralph G., ' 42 B A.. 67 Foster St., Brighton Sennett, Arthur J.. ' 43 E-, 114 St. Andrew Rd., East Boston Scrafini, Lflio, ' 42 E.. 112 Lancaster St., Quincy Sercda, John. Jr., ' 44 B.. ., 108 Orange St., Chelsea Serotta, Norman, ' 43 E., 63.- Washington St., Dorchester Seymour, Herbert K., ' 43 E.. 10 Depot St., Buckland, Conn, Shackford, Robert W., ' 42 E., 217 Boston Ave., Medtord Shaffer, Martin, ' 44 L,A., 3S Evelyn Road, Everett Shan.ihan, Philip R., ' 43 L.A., 20 Crocker Ave., Turners Falls Shane, Edwin Mclvin, ' 44 L.. ., 51 Woolson St,, . Lnttapan Shank. William R., ' 43 E.. 19 Bradlee St.. D,nchester Shanker, George A., ' 41 L.A., 60 Goodale Rd.. Dorchester Shapiro, Myer M., ' 44 B.A.. 482 Norfolk St . Boston Sharp, John R., ' 41 E., 140 East Elm Ave.. Qunicy Sharp, Warren A., ' 43 E., 140 East Elm Ave., Quincy Shaw, Donald J., ' 44 B.A., Hamblen St.. Lexington Shaw, Henry R., ' 44 E., 3 Breamore Rd,, Newton Shaw, William M„ ' 41 E., 305 SaHord St,, Wollaston Shay, Edward J., Jr., ' 43 E.. 53 Maple St., Framingham Shea, James Francis, ' 44 B.A., 78 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton Shea, R. Brendan, ' 41 B.A.. 240 Center St., South Grovcland Shepard, Frank L., ' 44 E., 1221 Worcester Rd., Framingham Shepherd, Joseph N,, ' 43 LA., 22 Lawton Ave., Lynn Shepherd, Ridgley, Jr., ' 43 E., 1069 Highland Ave.. Needham Sheridan. Philip F., ' 43 E., 12 Wyoming Place. Maiden Sherr. Earle, ' 42 B.A., 52 Tolman St.. Canton Sherwood. Ralph L.. ' 44 L.A., WallkiU, New Vork Shiers. Richard G., ' 44 B.A., 7 iew South Ave., Boston Shimbreg, Milton L . ' 43 L.A.. 138 Lucerne St.. Boston Shirlev. George C. 43 B.A., 124 Billings Road. North Quincy Shnaper. Rubin. ' 44 E.. 5 Ced.u St., Charlestown Shonfield. Hyman S.. ' 44 L.A.. 101 Lawience Ave., Boston Shore. Harry G.. ' 44 E . 10 .Maylluwer Terrace. Newton Highlands Short. Dean F., ' 42 B.A.. 44 East Britainnia St.. Taunton Showstack, Max., ' 42 E., 81 Bainbridge St., Roxbury Shrago, Louis I., ' 43 E., 51 McLellan St, Boston Shucher, George, ' 44 B.A.. 73 Walnut Park. Roxliury Shuffain, Stanley M., ' 43 L.A., 190 Mormandy St., Dorchester Shulman. Irving, ' 41 E.. 15 Bicknell St.. Dorchester Shute, Eugene A., ' 44 E.. 388 Warren St., Roxbury Sibley, Richard A., ' 41 B.A.. 112 Walton St., Fitchburg Siegel, Harold, ' 43 E., 231 West Selden St., Mattapan Siegel, Sidney J., ' 42 E., 48 Congress St., Lawrence Sigismund, Mark. ' 41 E.. 146 Parsons St.. Brighton Silsby, Norman S., ' 42 E., 455 High Rock St., Needham Silva, Joseph A.. ' 43 E., 59 Reed St., Lexington Simmons, Gorham G., ' 44 L.A., 94 Lincoln St., Winthrop Simms, Hugh P., ' 43 E., 177 Webster St., East Boston Simon. Melvin S., ' 44 LA., 17 East Buiilcvaril St.. Newton Centre Simon. Sylvan S., ' 42 E.. 17 East Boulevard Rd.. Newton Simpson. William L.. ' 44 E.. 70 Parker Hill Ave.. Roxbury Sinclair, Donald C. ' 44 LA., 2S Carcw St.. South Hadlcy Falls Singer, Hershell L., ' 44 B.A., 36 Richfield St., Ilion. N. Y. Sistis, Peter A., ' 44 L.A.. 556 Tremont St., Boston Silarz. Walter J.. ' 43 E.. 75 Kcnyon St.. New Bedford Sitek. Alexander S., ' 43 E., 21 ' ,a Hardy St.. Salem Skambas. George E., ' 42 B.A.. 1267 Tremont St., Roxbury Skoglund, Walter, ' 42 E., 290 Whitwell St., Quincy Skwarck. Francis J.. ' 43 E.. 69 School St.. Roxbury Slavin. Ernest F.. ' 42 E., 140 Cliff Ave., Winthrop Sliney, Edward J., ' 44 B.A.. 368 Arlington St., Watcrtown Smith, Arthur C, ' 42 E., 5 Plymouth Road. Lexington Smith, Bill K.. ' 42 E.. 10 Orlando St.. Winthrop Smith, Eugene F., ' 43 E., 229 Foster St.. Palmyra, N. Y. Smith. Duane S.. ' 42 L.A., 5 Plymouth Rd.. Lexington Smith, E. Judson, ' 43 E., 19 Chardon Road. West Medford Smith, Everett, ' 43 B.A.. 14 Pratt St.. Melrose Smith, Elmer E.. ' 43 E.. Indian Lake, New York Smith, Frazer T., ' 41 LA.. 8S Howard Ave.. Dorchester Smith, Joseph A.. ' 43 E., 27A Dickens St., Dorchester Smith, Leonard W.. ' 43 E.. 25 Train St., Dorchester Smith, Lewis B.. " 41 E., 221 West Second St., Berwick, Pa. Smith, Minard N., ' 44 L.A.. 40 Royal St., Wollaston Smith, Nelson, ' 43 B.A.. Hospital Road. Concord Smith, Raymond D., ' 44 E . 562 Main St.. Saco. Maine Smith, Robert S.. ' 43 E., 253 Willctts Ave.. New London. Conn. Smith, Richard Y., ' 44 L.A., 12 Oak St., Reading Smith, Robert G., ' 44 B.A,, 351 South St., Fitchbi.rg Smookler, Jack J., ' 42 B.A., 8 Montana St., Boston Snell, George A., ' 41 E., 1 Lowell Place, Nantucket Snow. Arnold E., ' 41 E., 219 High St.. Greenfield Snow, Holly L., ' 43 L.A., 47 Claflin St., Milford Snyder. George J., ' 41 E., 84 Fayston St.. Boston Snyder, Ralph H.. ' 44 B.A.. 24 Summitt Ave., Brookline Solomon, Max. ' 44 LA.. 7 Davis St., Turners Falls Sonia, Joseph A.. Jr.. ' 43 E.. Still River Road, Lancaster Sorgi, Pacquale .. 44 B.A.. 59 Dover St.. Boston Sortevik, Robert, 44 E., 66 Breck Ave.. Brighton Soucy, Oliver F., 43 E., 57 Ashland Ave., West Roxbury Speers, George A.. ' 44 B.A., 90 Wliitcomb Ave., Boston Spencer, Richard J., Jr., ' 44 E., Central St., Saugus Spidell, Emery P., ' 41 E., 120 Wilmington Ave.. Dorchester Spilelos, Louis A., ' 43 E., 2 Mcdlord Court. Boston Spiller, Bertram, ' 43 L.A., 116 Lewis St., Lynn Sprague, Charles E., ' 44 B.A., 248 Shutc St., Everett Sprague. Frederick B., ' 43 E., 4 Holman St.. BaldwiniiUc Sprague, Richard L.. ' 44 E., 219 Mendon St., Usbridgc Spriggs, James R., ' 43 L.A., 19 Jackson St., Attleboro Sproul, Stanley E . ' 43 B.A.. I Fairview Ave.. Augusta, Me. Sprowl, Edward M., ' 42 B.A.. 10 Phillips St.. South Natick Stahl, Karl Leonard, ' 44 B.A., 168 Emerson St., South Boston Stahl, Walter F., ' 43 B.A.. 168 Emerson St.. South Boston Staller, Jack J., ' 42 E.. 25 Shore Drive, Winthrop Standke, Herbert W.. ' 44 L.A., 9 Granite St.. Cambridge Stanton, Frank G., ' 43 E . 99 Lincoln St.. Ncedham Stanton, Myron H., ' 44 B.A., 3 Greenwav Court. Brookline Starck, Russell E., ' 43 E.. Centerville. Mass. Starr, James J., ' 44 B.A., 534 Hillside Ave.. Hartford. Conn. Steacie. Edward, Ul, ' 43 B.A., 47 Centr.al Ave., Newtonville Stead, Norman A.. ' 42 E., 79 Pleasant St.. North Andover Stearns, Edward C, Jr., 43 E., 110 Dale St., Waltham Steele, Charles E., ' 42 E., 162 Harvard St., Quincy Steeves, Edward A., ' 44 L.A., 133 West Newton St., Boston Steiman, Martin, ' 44 E., 12 Thornton St., Revere Steinberg, Alvln M.. ' 43 E , 36 Whitman St.. Dorchester Steinberg, Melvyn A., ' 44 B.A., 121 Glenville Ave.. Brighton Sten. Kenneth 0., ' 44 E., Pleasant St., Conway, N. H. ' Stenberg, Eric R., ' 44 E., SO Gordon St.. Allston Stenberg, Nyyrikki, ' 43 E., High St., Gloucester Stepasiuk. John. ' 41 B.A., 57 Bellvale St.. Maiden Stewart, John P., ' 43 B.A., 30 Hamilton St., Medford Stewart, J. Rodgers, ' 41 E., 11 Long Ave., Belmont Stewart, Malcolm W., ' 44 L A., 53 Hamdcn Circle, Wollaston Stewart, William R.. ' 44 E., 17 Madison St.. Belmont St. Germain, Bernard W., ' 44 E., 53 Mechanic St.. Fitchburg Stinchfield, Richard D.. ' 44 E., 51 School St.. Skowhegan. Maine Stoddard, Stuart V.. 41 E., 150 Exchange Si.. Rockland Stolbcrg, John F., ' 43 L.A., 72 Mill St.. Worcester Stone, Abraham A., ' 43 B.A., 132 Franklin Ave., Chelsea Stone. Everett E., ' 43 E., 9 Ruggles St., Westboro Stone, Clarence E., ' 41 E., 840 North Montello St.. Brockton Stone, Clyde Callahan. ' 41 E., 840 North iMontello St., Brockton Stone, Leon, ' 44 LA.. 175 Callendar St.. Dorchester Stone. Merrill M,, ' 42 E., SI Harvard Ave. Allston Stone. Raliih V,. ' 42 E.. 402 Wilbraham Road, Springfield Stone, Waller E., ' 43 E.. 98 Livingston Pl.tcc. Bridgeport. Conn. Straight, David M.. ' 43 E.. Marble Dale. Conn. Streechon. George. ' 44 £.. 1 Valley St.. Norfolk Strecter, Milton H., 42 E.. Union St.. Greenfield Stretton. Thomas E., ' 43 E.. 7 Woodward Park St.. Dorchester Stroud, Ronald E., ' 44 E., 39 Temple St.. Boston Strum, Howard P., ' 44 E.. 69 Grove St.. Waltham Struzziero, Alexander J., ' 41 B.A.. 24 Neptune Road. East Boston Stuart, Robert M.. ' 44 L A.. Taft St.. Uplon Styron, Elmer P.. 44 LA., 124 Broad St.. New Bern, N. C. Styron. Howard S.. ' 42 E.. 126 Broad St., New Bern, N, C. Subach. Anthony. Jr.. ' 44 E.. 22 Willow St.. Methucn Sullivan. Arthur L., Jr.. ' 43 E., 252 Temple St.. West Roxbury Sullivan, Cornelius M., ' 41 L.A., 80 O.xford St.. Cambridge Sullivan. Frederick. ' 41 LA., Peach Orchard Rd.. Burlington Sullivan, James W.. ' 43 B.A.. 94 Alban St.. Dorchester Sullivan, John R,. ' 44 E., 342 East Llln St.. Three Rivers. Mass. Sullivan. Ralph W., ' 44 L A.. 60 Rockwell St.. Dorchester Sullivan. Wallace P., ' 43 B.A.. 23 Villa Ave.. Cranston. R. L Sundstrom. Franklin V.. ' 43 E.. Elm St . North Berwick. Me. Suter, Russell E., ' 43 E.. 51 Willow St.. Waltham Sutliff, Richard D.. ' 42 E., 69 East State St.. Glovcrsville. N. Y, Sutton, Richard, ' 43 B.A.. 119 Chestnut St.. Andover Swan. Burton D.. ' 43 B.A., Sturbridge Swardlick. Samuel. ' 41 B.A.. 13S High St. Canton Swartz. Benjamin. ' 43 E.. 19 Cro s St.. Winthrop Swenson, Albert G., ' 44 B.A.. 69 Perthshire Rd., Brighton Swift, Charles B.. Jr.. ' 42 E.. 6 Belvoir Ave.. Taunton Szablewicz. John IT., ' 41 E.. 46 Austin St., Hyde Park ■44 E.. 15 Be Road. Ne Tailby. Allen R., Jr. Highlands Tait. Harry H., Jr., ' 43 B A,. 30 South Border Rd.. Medford Tangherllni. Eugene F.. ' 43 E.. 6S erchild St.. Quincv Tarbell. Robert S.. ' 43 E. 17 Flornece St.. Hudson Tarr, Hyman, ' 44 B.A., IS Trident Ave.. Winthrop Tatel, Oscar, ' 44 B.A.. S Parker St.. Chelsea Taub. Irving M., ' 44 E.. 10 lola St., Dorchester Taylor, Alexander, ' 43 E.. 7 Paul St., Taunton Taylor. Edward S., ' 42 B.A., 106 Benvenue St.. Wellesley Taylor. Erwin N.. ' 41 E., 48 Porter Road, Waltham Taylor, Francis W., ' 43 E.. 251 Pearl St.. Cambridge Taylor, William I.. ' 42 B.A.. 532 Fairmonnt St.. Fitchburg Tei.xeira, Joseph R., ' 43 L.A.. 23 Chipman St.. Dorchester Telowetski. John. ' 41 B.A.. DeLanson. New York Tevlin. Thomas J., ' 42 E., 26 Burlington Ave., Lowell Tharp. Tillman C. ' 43 E.. S3 Rivervicw Road. Brighton Theroux, Gerard, ' 44 L. A.. 70 Oakhill Ave., Waterburv. Conn. Thomas. Harold C, ' 43 E.. 30 Spooner St.. North Easton Thomas. John K., ' 44 B.A.. 75 Carl St.. Newton Thomas, Reginald C, ' 41 L.A., 236 Bay Slate Rd.. Boston Thomas, Ralph W., ' 44 B.A.. 236 Bay State Rd., Boston Thomas, William H.. ' 41 B.A.. 140 Billings St.. North Quincy Thomasian, Berge, ' 44 B.A.. 39 Parker Ave.. Newton Thompson. David L., ' 44 B.A., 20 Thurston St., Wrenlham Thompson, John H., Jr., ' 44 E., West Simsbury, Conn. Thompson, Warren H.. ' 41 E., 185 Beaver St., Framlngham Thornberg, Joseph E„ ' 44 E., 183 Spark St„ Brockton Throndike, James A.. ' 44 E.. 99 Front St , Marblchcad Thrope, Paul P., 41 E., 25 Pond St., Fr.cmingham 189 Thorpe. Robert T.. ' 43 E.. 136 Vin,il St.. Revere Thorsen. Scverin M.. ' 42 E., 3S7 Hai ' ard St., CimbrJdpe Tlirondscn. Everett O.. ' 4+ E., II M,nrion Ro.id. Belmont Tibbctis. Orren. ' 41 E.. R.ingclcy. M.linc Tidd. Ellsworth H., ' 42 E., S5 Centr.nl St.. Georcctoivn Tinkham. Malcolm L.. ' 43 E., 24 Frost Ave.. Brockton Tinsler. Francis R., ' 44 E., R. F. D. 2, Lubec. Maine Tifj5. Ernest W., ' 42 E.. Randolph St.. C.inton Tobey, Benjamin C. ' 42 L.. .. F.ilmouth Tnbcy. George E., Jr., ' 43 E., 30S Lake St., Belmont Tobln, Abraham. ' 41 E., I S3 W.ilnut St.. Chelsea Tobin, Richard .1.. ' 43 B.A.. 22 Newport St.. Dorchester Todd. Frederick W., ' 43 L.A.. 226 Wilson Ave.. Wollaston Tonpue. Charles H., ' 42 B.A.. Poller Blvd.. Briehlwaters. L.I.. N. Y. Tormey. Leonard S.. ' 44 E.. 41 RMwell Ave, Beverlv Torres. Francis E.. ' 44 E.. 19 Carberrv St.. Medford Torrisi. Sebastian A.. ' 44 LA.. 57 Mech.mic St.. Lawrence Toncey. Robert E.. ' 41 E.. 412 Laughlin Road. Stratford. Towne. Allen N ' .. ' 43 E., 17 ALiplc Ave.. North Andover Trail. Henry S.. ' 43 E.. 131 Bridge St.. Groton. Conn. Trainovicus. Alphonse. ' 43 E., 123 Clierrv St.. Cambridge Trask, Rocer B.. ' 44 E.. 30 Gardner St.. Peabody Tripp. William F.. .Tr.. ' 44 B.A.. 25 Conntv St.. Dedham Trullson. Clarence N.. Jr.. ' 44 B.. .. 20 Duncklee St.. Brighton Tubbs. Ronald E.. ' 42 B.A., SSS Farmington Ave.. West Hartford. Conn. Tuffin. Georee E.. ' 42 E.. 51 Argvle Ave.. West Hartford. Conn. Tnllv, Edward L.. ' 43 L.A.. 64 Fav St.. Lowell Turek. Stephen J.. ' 44 E., 13 Alpine St.. Worcester Turner. Arthur D.. ' 43 E.. 163 Forest St.. Melrose Tnrton. Hallam W.. Jr.. ' 41 B.A.. 39 Graham St.. Gardner Twiddle. Henry. Jr.. ' 43 E.. 3 Bradburv . vc.. Medford Uckerman, Aaron. ' 44 L A.. 42 Eslelln St.. Dorchester Uhland. Laurence S.. ' 41 B.A.. R. F. D. 3. Briehton. N. J. Urban Jol-n A.. ' 42 E,. 33 Banforth St.. Pittsfield I ' rbanik Walter C. ' 42 B.,. .. !0 Beckett St.. Dorchester Urbon. John P.. ' 43 E.. 6 Hatch St.. South Boston Vaccaro. Philip, ' 43 E.. 179 Princeton St.. East Boston Vagramian. Aram. ' 44 LA., 65 Murray St.. Chelsea Vahey. James T.. ' 43 B.A.. 33 Prescott St.. Waterlown VanCor. Frederick B., ' 43 E.. 90 Sargent St.. Melro-e Van Home. Robert A., ' 43 E., 7 Andrews St., Bethel. Conn. Van Stry. Robert F.. ' 43 E., 71 Narrangan ett Rd., Quincv Van Tuyl. Roderick. ' 44 E.. North Road. Greenport, N. Y. Van Vessem. Alvin D.. ' 43 E.. 66 West St., Warwick. N. Y. Varner. Albert F., ' 43 E.. 206 Wachusett St., Jamaica Plain Varney, Fenton W., ' 42 E., 382 First Parish Rd., Scituatc Vartabedian. Boghas. ' 44 E.. 23 v ' entral Ave., Medford Veduccio, William R.. ' 44 B.A., 30 Riverdale Ave.. Newton Velenage, John B., ' 44 E., 294 Park St.. Dorchester Vespaziani. Albert. ' 42 E.. 20 Ea Ion St., East Milton Vincent, Emanuel. ' 41 E.. 104 William St.. Fall River Virchow. William R., ' 44 L.A., S Midvalc Road, West Roxbury V,.sgerchian, Goren. ' 44 E.. 74 Boylston St., Walertown Voymas, James S., ' 43 E., 91 Water St., Danvers Vozzella, Stanley A., ' 44 E., 3 Thachers St., Boston Vrceland, Kenneth G., ' 41 E.. 163 West 8 St.. Bayonnc, N. J. Vuona. Louis P., ' 44 E., 13 Groton Place, Worcester Waddell. Douglas M., ' 44 B.A., 19 Cross St., Westbo Wadland, Robert L.. ' 43 E., II Lyndc St., Melrose Wadleigh, Richard F., ' 43 B.A., Treble Cove Road, North Billerica Wagner, George W.. ' 44 L.A., 3S6 Riverway St., Boston Wagner, Paul M.. Jr.. ' 44 B.A.. 142 .Montvale Ave.. Woburn Wagner. Robert J.. ' 41 E.. 12 Conlston Road, Rosllndale Wahl, Louis G.. ' 42 E.. 32S Lynn St., Maiden Waide. Walter E., Jr., ' 41 E., 40 Linden Ave., Greenfield Wainwright, Clarence D., Jr., ' 44 E., Elm St., East Pembroke Waldman. Jason J., ' 43 E., 3 Page St.. Dorchester Walen. Roger S.. ' 44 L.A.. 36 Billings Park. Newton Wall. George E.. ' 42 E., 36 Tudor St.. Lynn Wall, James, ' 44 B.A., 56 Welli-ngton St.. Nashua. N. H. Wallace. Duncan P.. ' 44 B.A.. 327 Concord St.. Manchester. N. H. Wallace. William. ' 41 LA.. 90 Winslow St.. Everett Wall.ice. William L.. ' 41 L.. .. Newport. Nova Scotia Wallace. William O.. ' 42 E., 5 Nonantum St.. Newton Wallis, Charles W., ' 44 L.A., 38 Ober St.. Beverly Walsh. George W.. ' 43 E.. 28 Winn St.. Belmont Walsh. James J., ' 43 L.A., 13 Blossom Rd., North Westport Waltonen, Onni W.. ' 44 E.. 29 Gray Ave,, Walpole Ward. Francis F.. ' 44 B.A.. 177 Hillside Ave.. Nutley. N. J. Ward. James. Jr.. ' 44 B.A., 46 Park St., Maiden Ward, Harvey R.. ' 43 E., 460 Massau Blvd., Willislon Park. N. Y. Ware. Carl E., Jr.. ' 44 E.. 53 Marion Ave.. North Adams Ware. Fred. ' 44 B A.. Hancock. N. H. Warshaw, Melvin. ' 42 L.A.. 153 Intervale St . Roxburv Washburn. James E., ' 43 B.A.. 20 Parkwood Blv.l.. Hudson. N. Y. Washington. John W.. ' 44 L.. .. 76 Harold St . Rcnbiirv Wasserman. Robert. ' 43 LA,. 30 Lome St.. Dorchester Waterman. Charles H., ' 42 E., 152 Kelscv St.. South Portland, Maine Waterman, Harold L.. ' 43 E.. Silver Bav on Lake Georee. N. Y. Waters. Thomas W.. ' 44 LA., 139 Lake St.. Haverhill Watson. Charles N.. ' 44 B A.. 6S Saunders St.. .. llston Watson, Robert L.. ' 44 LA., 35 Forest St.. Welleslcv Hills Watson. Robert St. John., ' 44 E,. Shoreham Blvd,, BulTalo. N, Y, Watt, William H,. ' 41 E., 65 Lawton Ave.. Lynn Watts. Paul F.. ' 44 L.A., 88 Church St.. West Roxbury Watts, Robert W.. Jr.. ' 44 B.A.. 7 Norway Rd.. IMilton Weaver. T. Rav, ' 42 E.. 106 Skiff Ave.. Frankfort. N. Y. Webber, David L. ' 44 L.A.. 37 Na.raganelt St.. Snringlield Webber, Roland A.. ' 42 E.. 79 Camden St.. Boston Weber. Arthur P.. Jr., ' 44 E.. 54 Andcrsm St.. East Dedham Wcener. Sumner S.. ' 44 LA.. 435 Walnut Ave.. Rovbiirv Woightman Herbert G.. ' 41 E., Burke Foundation. White Plains. N. Y. Weiner. Arnold P.. ' 44 E.. 99 F.lm Hill . e.. Rovb.trv Weiner, Mar»hair. ' 44 E.. 12 Rasselt Rd.. Brockton Weiner. IMartin. ' 43 E.. 40 Hancock St.. Maiden Wcinrebe. .Toseph 1.. ' 44 L.A . 41 Anccll St.. Boston Welnstein. Richard S.. ' 43 E.. 423 W.ishineton St.. Br.-.okline Weinz. Frank T.. ' 44 E., 11 Saunders Ter.. Welleslev Hills White. Ralph P.. ' 44 E.. IS .Abbott St.. Worcester Welch. Thomas S.. ' 43 B., ., lOS Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Welier. Herbert. ' 43 B.A.. 51 Verndalc St.. Biookline Wells, Edward L.. ' 42 E., 15 Union St.. Randolph Wells, Richard L., ' 43 E.. 15 Union St.. Randolph Wcnnbers, Norman A„ ' 41 B.A., 39 Hilda St., Quincy Wcnnerberg. Roland C, ' 43 B.A., 9 Oxford St., Worcester Werstcd, Saul S.. ' 44 L.A., 10 Nahant Ave , Reveic 190 Wesobskl. Henrv J.. ' +4 E.. 21 McKon West. Kenneth P., ' 43 B.A., 1542 Comn St., Dorchester rl E., ' 44 B.A. ana Gale, ' 44 : 111 Elm St.. Bel ... 44 Avon St.. 54 Franklin St., nngha HoUli Westlund, Wetherbee, Concord Weygand. William J., ' 43 ' Wharton, Robert S., ' 43 E. White, Anthony J.. ' 44 E.. 16 Sth Ave.. Wo: White, Dorrance A.. ' 44 B.A., Highland St.. White, John P., ' 42 E., 29 Brent St.. Dorchester White, Joseph J., ' 43 B.A., 22 Tolmon St., Canton White, Ralph W., ' 4+ E., 134 Edmunds Rd., Wellesley White, William J., ' 44 E.. 29 Weslev St.. Somerville Whitehouse. John H.. ' 44 E., 1 38 Wilbraham St.. Springfield Whites. Andrew W., ' 42 E., 1S2 Greenwood St.. Marlbo Whitiord. John R., ' 43 E., 30 Salem St., Wakefield Whitman. Neal L.. ' 44 L.A.. 39 Walnut St., Everett Whitney, Ernest E., Jr., ' 43 B.A.. 3S Lovell Rd.. Melrose Whit Whit , Gardner Gordon ;.A.. 38 Lowell St.. Me ' . ' 42 E-. Won Rd.. Weil Wiggin. Donald A., ' 41 E., 1700 Biovx N. H. ).d Cent. Wiita, John W., ' 44 E., Cor. South Ashburnham Wilbur, Merle R., Jr., ' 43 B.A., 59 Pearl St., Ame .bury Wilder. Roger C, ' 42 B.A.. 17 Oakland St., Melrose Wilkins. John H.. ' 44 E., 11 Endicott St.. Newton Highland Wilkins, Roger F., ' 41 E.. 10 Forrest PL, North Attlebo Wilkinson, James. ' 44 L.A.. 47 Yale St.. Winchester Wilkinson. Richard N., ' 43 LA.. 6 Lincoln Court. Sang Willard. Emery U., ' 42 E., 107 Redington St . Swampscc Willette, Chester E., ' 43 L.A , Patten, Maine Willey, Herbert F., ' 43 E., ALain St., Milton. N. H. Williams, Dean E., ' 42 E., IS Langmaid Av. :.. SomerviP Williams, Eugene R., ' 42 E., 42 Harbor View Ave. Winthrop Williams, Harold G., ' 43 E., Calpb.iard Hill. Guilford, Conn. Williams, Richard A., ' 44 E ., ISA Prospect S t., Milford Williams, Roger H., ' 44 E., Wilton Rd., We stport. Conr Willis, Robert H.. ' 43 LA., 34 Buffinton St.. Fall Rive: Williston, Robert L., ' 43 E. , 485 Washingtor . St., Brookline Wilson. Albert T.. ' 42 L.A , 187 -illage St.. Medway Wilson, Lawrence T., ' 43 E., Ill Province St. , Richford, Vermont Wilson, Malcolm A„ ' 43 L.A., 124 Clara St., New Bedford Winograd. Abraham, ' 43 E„ 27 Lome St.. Dorche.-ter Winslow. John E., ' 43 B.A., 39 Ridgeway Drive, Quincy Winton, Matthew B., ' 44 E.. IS John St.. Chelsea Wiren, Jacob, ' 42 E., 124 Oak St.. Westwood Wisner, Raymond R., Jr., ' 44 E.. 15 Duncklcc St.. NeWLOn Highlands Witis, Edward A., ' 44 E., 46 Waldo St., Brockton Wittenauer, Albert C„ ' 44 L.A,, S4 Garnet Rd., Boston Woewucki, Anthony, ' 43 E., 6 Kinsman Place. Natick Wolf, John M., ' 43 B.A., 149 Lake Ave., Greenwich. Conn Wolf, Joseph, ' 44 L.A., 19 Heath Place, Jamaica Plain Wolf, Saul, ' 42 E., 60 Wales St., Dorchester Wolfe, William H., ' 44 L.A., Mcath. Lyme, N. H. Wolfendon. William. ' 42 E., 254 Oakland Ave.. Methuen Wolff. Arthur G., ' 43 B.A,, 32 Long Ave.. Allston Wolfson, Jason L., ' 42 B.A., 70 Abbotsford Rd., Brookline Woloshu ' k, Walter, ' 42 E„ 25 Rugby Rd„ Mattapan Wolozin, Matthew, ' 41 E,, HI Mt, Vernon St., Maiden Wong, Chatson, 44 E., 65A Beach St., Boston Wong, Henry, ' 44 L.A., 10 Oxford Place. Boston Wood. Herbert L., ' 43 B.A., 247 Highland Ave,, Winchester Wood. Leonard F.. ' 41 L.A.. Plymouth St.. Middleboro Wood, Robert S., ' 44 L.A., 292 Bremen St„ East Boston Wood, Stanley G., ' 43 E.. 6 Worcester St.. Taunton Woodruff, Dwight C. Jr.. ' 43 B.A.. Fairvicw Rd., Lunenburg Woods. Gordon G.. ' 44 E.. 5 Mt. Vernon St.. St. Johnsburv. Vt. Woodward, William B., ' 44 E.. 315 Allston St., Brighton Woodworth, John D.. ' 42 E.. Edminds Rd.. Framingham Woodworth. Stewart C. Jr.. ' 43 B.A.. 64 Allendale St.. Jamaica Plain Woollacott, Robert A.. ' 41 E„ 17 Argyle St.. Melrose Worrey. Herbert S.. ' 44 B.A.. 16 Brewster Rd.. Framingham Wright, Crcighton B., ' 44 B.A.. 420 Marlborough Rd., Yonkers, N, Y. Wright, Gardener, ' 44 L.A.. 337 Sciiool St.. Bennington. ' t. Wright. Tolm N„ 44 E„ 95 Maple St., Burlington, Vt. Wright, Richard E., ' 41 E„ 315 Farrington St, Wollaston Wright, Russell C. ' 42 B.A., 716 Franklin St.. Melrose ■ Vyszynski, George P„ ' 44 E., 630 Dorchesler Ave.. Boston Yacovone, Carmine A.. ' 42 E., 431 Ceiitral St., Springfield Yaffe, Benjamin S.. ' 41 E., 12 Sixth St., Chelsea Yaffee, Phillip, ' 42 E., 9 Seaview Ave., Maiden Yellin. Hyman, ' 43 E,, 79 Myrtle St., Boston Yeremian, George J., ' 43 E., 173 Fellsw,ay West, Medford Yetten, Raymond S., ' 41 L.A., 27 Liberty St., Waltham Yiannacopoulos, Andrew N., ' 44 E., 415 Columbus Ave., Boston York, George J.. ' 44 B.A., 112 Union Park St., Boston York, Leighton H., ' 43 L.A., 3S King St., Rockport Young, Donald J.. ' 42 E., 36 Ashfield St., Roslindale Young, Gerald R., ' 44 E., 58 Steele Ave,, Gloversville, N, Y, Young, John S., ' 42 E., Selwyn Rd., Belmont Young, Robert G., Jr„ ' 44 E., 36 Dalton Rd., Belmont Yudin, Alfred S., ' 44 B.A.. 148 Callender St., Dorchester Yuryan, Joseph B., ' 43 E., 9 .Marjorie St., Hudson Zallen, Maurice, ' 41 E.. 11 Abbott St.. Dorchester Zardeskas, Edward J., ' 40 LA., 41 Rosemont St., Dorchester Zaxman, Harry, ' 43 E., 14 Wile St.. Chelsea Zelinsky, Richard M, ' 43 L.A.. 4 Lamoille St., Haverhill Ziegler, William R., Jr., ' 41 LA., 44 Wendover St., Doi Chester Edward L,, ' 44 B.A.. S8 Columbia St., Brookline Zisson, James P,, 103 Lafayette St., Salem Zmijewski, Boleslau F., ' 44 E., 156 Elliott St., Danvers Zmijevvski, Walter J., ' 44 E., 50 Derby St,, Salem Zonn, Lincoln M., ' 44 L.A., 181 Meadow St., Naugatuck, Conn. Zwick, Melvin, ' 43 L.A., 1003 Columbus Ave,. Roxbury Zwicker, Leon, ' 43 E., 404 Blue Hill Ave., Milton 191 S J P -- -


Suggestions in the Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) collection:

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Northeastern University - Cauldron Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

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