Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA)

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STETSON H 1 G H SCHOOL alolpb, Mazffazcbzzfeiff -fzme 1946 The Class ol 1946 devotedly dedieates this volume to MR, Ciioiteii E. Citiwimims Mit. Crimmins was inducted into the United States Army after the close of the school year on june 29, 1945. He went to Camp Ellis, lllinois, for basic training in the Quartermaster Corps. Wltile on bivouac he was made first a corporal on October 1, 1943, and a buck sergeant November 1, 1943. In january, he returned East to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey, for shipping overseas. He left the states january 19, 1944, going through the Panama Canal to New Caledonia, After a stop of three weeks he was sent north to the Fiji Islands, thence to Guadalcanal and landed at Bougainville, the largest of the Solomon group of islands. He remained there for seventeen months, en- gaged largely in guard duty, and in loading and unloading ships. He left Bougainville August 1945, went to New Guinea, thence to Leyte and Manila City where he remained until january 6, 1946. Mr. Crimmins was made a Staff sergeant in Manila, joined 692nd Co. A Engineers. returned home on February 4, 1946, and to Stetson on Feb- ruary 25, 1946. Mr. Crimmins has spent two years overseas. Mr. Crimmins was engaged in the Second Battle of Bougainville, for which he was awarded a battle star. 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OUR FACULTY MR GILCAN MR POWDERLY MR RANDALL Ass1stantPr1nc1pa1 Faculty AdV1SOf for PQAIIOUZI1 Honor Soclety . , Principal , v - . 7 P1 e Fourteen 19 4 6 Miss BRI NNIN Mlss BRI1wsIhR M155 QONNORS MR DALY Miss THOMSON MISS FOLEY Miss CALVIN Miss GOOD MISS KELLEY . g A 3Q,fQy4? f- -1' ,L . f f . -f f O 1 5fbf'bN., ss R , 1 I 1 r - - - 1946 7fze Ufaacfe Page Fifteen T.X'iiD'!l-fif ' 'f f 'K f f f' f Xi ffxw 'f' f' K 1 Y f 'V f ' R ff! v- fl V Z MR LEHTINEN Miss LORDON MRS MCCANN Miss ONEIL MISS NEUHAR1 MR ZAPUSTAS MRS RIUWR Miss SLILIXAN MR QRIMMINS v . v y ' we omze pf 111 1 If I xfllld 1 1 XX1 H 11lt11l Semors SUPERLATIVES 1111 Rx11f11 S11x11x1oxs 11111 Co A111111 R Mfxmx I RANN Duc 1x1 www 11111111 IJ XVI 118 Icmlm 1140111 XXIIIN 1141111 1: IWANJN 111111 R Ixifmx 1111111 14 MA A141111 11 Mfxxx RI huh lDoc1x1w11111z1 111 11 HANH lUMl4Ax 1x11 1114 C117 1 Atl X 111 1 MA I ll Ro1s11z1A I1s1111a Ron IWIANIX l5A1:1sA14A HfXSll1N I1 AN NORRIS Ii,x111m1zA Hfu111x Ron M1AN1x lo1ueA1w1 1x11 IX lo1z1m1N11 lx111x HA1e1sA1m Hmux ,, 11 Im111mRA Hfxsux o1z1m1N1 1x11 IX 11 AN Ikomus l S J , . x "l, 1. , I' 'I 15111 1111 1.1.1 ,- . 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Vermtile Juniors SUPERLATIVES Boy WILLIAM TAYLOR CHARLES FORRESTER CHARLES TAYLOR JAMES KILCOYNE JOSEPH DE SISTO JACK CALLAHAN JOSEPH DE SISTO HAROLD HOLBROOK HAROLD HOLBROOI4 PAUL FLANAGAN JAMES KILCOYNE PAUL BULMAN PAUL BULMAN JACK CALLAHAN JOSEPH DE SISTO SEYMOUR FIRTH MARY GOOD BERNIECE LIEPELT HAROLID HOLBROOK MR. RANDALL Girl THERESA MACDONALD MARX' GOODELL ALICIA SABEAN LILLIAN BANDA CLAIRE ISAAC JANET NORMAN CLAIRE ISAAC VIRGINIA ROTA MARY GOOD JANET NORMAN CLAIRE ISAAC RUTH PETERSON DOROTHY SMITH VIRGINIA ROTA DOROTHY PEM BERTON I9 I6 M 2 I A Page Seventeen 5.fQ,'11fj f ff f f if C-f - Q Qf51f'i'v f f 'f 'f if 'f' ' f I Q? v hp fQ,-filf Qfif Sr Agfib :S Q, Q, fQfgyq3fQfQ,Qf X !Page Eighteen E 4 1946 f ,X Presuiefzt VYCK Preyzdent Secfretmy Treamrer Clam Adllfbf Bc Il Dre mea' Mon! Pofmlm Bert Lookfng Ben' Student M011 Alblelzc M052 Lzkely 10 Succeed Ben Perxomfzly Frzemilzefl Wzttzeft Bef! Mmmerf The Sbjeff Mort Senouf Mort School Spirit Mort VEVJHHZG Sophomores SUPERLATIVES Boy ROBERT CARTWRIGH r KLNNFTH JUBETT RENNETH JUBETI JAMES BUNTING JOHN HURRY JAMES BUNTINL1 ROBERT CARTWRIGHT KENNETH JUBETT KENNETH SIMMONS KENNETH JUBETT JOHN FORD JAMES BUNTINK ROBERT CARTWRIGHT GERALD GAY NOR ROBERT CARTWRIGHT CLARE FRAWLE5 MARCY MEURIN KENNETH JUBETT MR GILGQN Cllr JEAN BAILEY SHIRLEY TEED BARBARA FLETI HLR FRANCES Mc GRORY BARBARA ARSFNAULT FRANCES MCGRORY SHIRLEY TEED SHIRLEY TEED MARY STANLEY MARCELINE MEURIN THERESA HASHEM IEANNE OSBORNE LULILLE O RILEY SHIRLEY TEED I " I Mon Talemed . I . I .,.. A . FRED BARKER BARBARA FLETCHER P . . ..... ,,,..,..,...... , 19116 M A Page Nmctccn fgfg3,,,. , G , , , -Qfzg-f C f. fc,-5-ff' , Pre Infant Vzfe Pre uzfefzt Yeuetary 7 reamrer Cltl!f Aziz mar Bef! Drerfeci AIOJ! Talented Moft Populm Bef! L00fbl7Zg Bef! Student Moft Albletzc Muff Llkelj In Succeed Ben Persmzalzlj frlemllzexf Wlttlesl Beit Mfuuzeu The Ybyemf Mo I .SCVIUIH Hou! Snbool 5 mt Mm! I ermfzlc Freshmen SUPERLATIVES B0 LEO MCELROH JAMES HURLEY LEO MCELROY HUBERT SALNDERS ALBERT WALLACL MAC SPRAGUF ALBERT WALLAI r LEO MCELROX JAMEE HLRLFX ALBERT WIALLAC I ALBERT WALLALL ALBERT WALLACE GARDNER SMITH FRANCIS CORRIGAN MCDONALD SPRACUE MARY MI DONALD JEAN A KELLY ALBERT WALLACE MR DALEY G11 B KILEY J GRAHAM PATRICIA PALMER JLDY GRAHAM JL DY GRAHAM PATRICIA PALMER GENE KELLY PATRICIA PALMLR JANF SEAVERNS JERRY TIERNEY EILI EN PERRY Lx LLHN PET FRSON MAL DII RINSON IRENL KELLEY JANE SEAN ERNQ 2, ' Q l I I' 'l ' I . ' f ' ' x LEO MCQELROY JEAN MCCAULEY Pg T 1946 by R951 x 6 W? 0' Y N football em e T QC Jd7UbOYCQX gs T 'C mam Ion-:XX Q a Emi? M arM 5 nd " ef 'WN TD TIKQX X Q Show Nx vw C67-TK7' Wee X Eamd X QCnerf Qpl "1 TF? 261 fiat? Fizz W, 6 X WL iLi QfQwQfQfGQrQfbfQ 5 ,X 2 5 M. r: xx X k 'lf I 5 A W C 1 XJ ,XA XX Nov. 21 h 1 A V OLLTW6f, '- 1 3 5 I is - L X X a 7 ' l, fC," 7' ' - ' fi ig 'A l, 5: b f ,J ins ve ,Q I V yy. T J xXN .X '11 x lmnmld , -,--QJQ5aSQbdl1 p: J, 1 O C , - 5 Tx, C50 5 P 5 1 'q' 5 ' iflffflih 'ffl I JDJ' A , ,T ' Q 9 "X ,P 5 it X XX J OP L if D ' m f E- - Conant' L! 6 An X X X t xx YN 1 - I ? w l S ' P1 V X7 T if f 4 Ir -Q , ' Jn, 1946 '75 Gfuzcfe Page Twenty bfbfbx f X XD f Jxy e X fwaxf bffwfx XQQ1 CLASS HI TORY l-reshmen Year N the fall of 1947, somethrng occured rn Randolph that would change the hrstory of the entrre world Cor so we thought 9 , the class of 1946 entered the portals of the famed rn strtute of knowledge Stetson Hrgh School Wrthout the shyness and aweness of our pre decessors, we of the freshman class came wrth much self confrdence, stormrng the grounds of S H S and takrng the haughty upper classmen by complete surprrse Soon all thrs Brg Stuff left us, due marnly to the huge two by four plank wrelded by many senrors whrch made many wonder why the freshmen boys preferred to st 1nd whrle consumrng therr lunch The trrbe w rs scattered over the three courses offered at Stetson, wrth a few attemptrng to major the college course, more rn the com mercral and most rn the general, frndrng the rtmosphere rn that category most pleasrng to our type of student As freshmen we were looked down upon as dumbfbells and rnfants The upper class men should have remembered that they were once Freshmen They say that you can al w ays drstrngursh 1 freshman by the rnqursrtrve look on hrs face Well that rs probably so because the rooms and system at Stetson were new to us and once we got on to rt we owned the place Cor so we thoughtj Ah' Were we brg shots' We went to the polls and elected to lerd us through our rn augural year Hrs Honor Robert Hurley Presr dent Mrss Thelmr Frrth Vrce Presrdent rnd Art Mann takrng c1re of the corn After one meetrng of our class rn whrch drsorder con fusron and chaos rergned the freshmen drd not meet agarn all year Yes 1 wrld class hrd entered Stetson when they could not hold an orderly meetrng for forty frve mrnutes Houghton s Pond was the scene of our Fresh men outrng whrch most of the gang attend ed It was our last get together as fresh men and a good trme was enjoyed by all and we returned home vorcrng our approx al of such excursrons Already our future Stars were showrng them how to do rt on both court and dramond, n the form of Stan Ferrrs Ken Stewart, Frank Dockendorff Larry Mason, and Brng Corey Ah what 11 class' l ' ' By the end of june 1943, we were rejorcrng bec11use were not we now Noble Sophomores and rn 11 posrtron to boss a sub class' But that rs another story BrllLeav1tt 46 Sophomore Year INETY shVhN per cent of the class put rn 1 sunburnt rppetrance rt Stetson rn Sep tember 1nd prep1red to endure mother semes ter rn the school We were escorted to our home rooms Q17 76 etcj and from there dr ected ourselves to our respectrve frrst perrod rooms to begrn our second year of studres Around the end of thrs month of September the school began to drsplay srgns of lrfe as the electron of class offrcers wrs now at hand George Connelly well known shaper was chosen to the honorary offrce of Class Presr dent whrle Thelmr Frrth Mary Norton and Art Mann were elected as Vrce Presrdent Sec retary 1nd 'lrersurer rn thlt order A few sophomores represented our clrss on the frrst team rn football a team that put forth rts best efforts to wrn glory Coach Zapustus c1llecl for brsketbrll crndrdates on November I9 1nd mrny sophomores were on hand to dns pl ry therr wrres One of our classmates made the frrst term rs the number srx man and the second term WIS mrde up of almost ll sophomores An rntcrruptron of short vrcatrons two suc tessful mrnstrel shows and a couple of class dances 1nd btsebrll and the sprrng season frntlly arrrved Our hrstorrc class was agarn reoresented on the frrst team rn each of the three sports as no less than four sophs made the frrst term A medrocre season followed 1nd rn no trme at 1ll the senror boys of the school were prcyrng on rnnocent grrls rn rm 1 X fc , ,ar H , a , 1 Y XXX xlfxf X1 1 2' S11 Sec, X, lv- X, -scfx- L 1 1 1 , . , , 1 .... 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' 19 L6 Page Twenty three xx lu la N c un 15 Tudu mobs 1 rampxgmg tevcr lll me Lent whlah trendb to mine me mile ln nff for home one to love Many long hour: were spent by mmf uf our member: gettmg uno tcclmg mmm Lhclr sybterrn fhefx along mme blfeblll md me Ruths md L16-hr1gs or the umor C1159 dxshed torch to uvort upon the dmmond Vforkmg up thelr ullouscs for the Blue md Wh1te were Llffy Muon Prmkle Dcckendorff Sun Ferns George Connolly .mi yours truly Mcmthb pwsed md Lame the CXLLIISIOU to Plc wn vm boat Mu h fun .ml push ush xx 1, enyoycd by 111 members md 1 fem male In engerw were lI1N01VCd m sllght IT'llSl.1HlCI' lfldlflf., muh the Uew of 1 tug blllf but 1ll cfmjed well After xuplng up our te r5 for the Lcplrtude cf cur brothers the Semorg md ml lnrw them luck m the strange world beyon 1 the hmxts of Chmkambuet me redmed mm ummer vmatxcm to rest up for our bla job of runnmg the sahool m the ensulng yelr Mfm' XVh.1t .1 dass P 5 Need I IUCHIIOII th1t the umors pl ly cd 1 dummmr pxrt m mxkmg the Minstrel Chow thf. huge Suucis th 1t lf XVIS! All know mf the x mdlvlllxm r1lem5 of 111 membem of thc trxbc ind so on to further IFILIIDPIIS oc Lombxrdl 45 Senior Year IRL wc re' The 5en1or5 of l946' The. bng 5hor5 of the C5I1b11ShIHCI'lI' We rc turned oh So VKISC md lelmed m the xx xys of lfc md prep lred to lxy thc hw damn to our fubjuw the undercllssmen Promptlj. lfter SJC'lIlI1g wc I to hlXlI1g the freshmen md sophs bow md open doors vue dug the splxntera th1t hid LlI1LiCfIUll'lCLi our PIIIHS while. shmmlng the froih the xx ly of h15h sghool out of our h mds put thc bmrds ID storxgc for the jumors md LI 1b0LII to mlke this yur the blg, yur 'NIU wcmcr gud than done IIUIT1CLillIL1y our f 0 bull harm Cu of llst yur rcturncd to the wt prmtlscs md strenuous strnfc th1t mxkcs 1 mn mr md lcd the relm to the glorx of 1 LhlITl I mnsh p George KI dont yy mm 3,0 I1 ru ru ci Connolly Arnold Mia Mxk 1r1 BIIIKLI Corex Lxrrx AIISOH md Snoue Lombzrdl irc. the lxds we re glbblng xbout I.61dII1y thk rhnufmds of frenued fms xx ere our classy um rrnbuuons ro the Lhecrlexdmg squld C lprun Flrth Bobbsle Fwher md The Mutt md Idf af thc Klley dm Lorunc: md Irene After umferrmg wth jlmes J Curley of Lo ton th1t mm from L1 I R'Hill1l,11 Wl1ll41H1 Lewltt swept the bqllots and took offme IS Presldent of the LIMS of 1946 Agfun B1r bam I-Iwtlrmgj mst her spell over 111 md be mme M155 Vue Premdent To slt on Pres Le.1v1rrQ knee md rlke notes web lppomtei Rue Thu Is Memey Gulfdlflg our mlm vu IS Arr Mmn Durmv the Chrlstmls y lmtlon the males of the 11155 looked mto the m1rror md siw th ll the Lrop of hfur on the-1r honor lble domes Wu mixkmq lf h1rd tor them to hear so they gnc 9115 1 lot of busmess .md Lame forth prepared to fue the new yelr m exrnest Fmdmg thmg, deplorlble .xlcmv the LL,rr1dor5 our me Student Cilllfltll men Bm Greer md Bows Bren mu llllLlUL1I'1I6J thc Court Cy stem lpproved by 11 Ll lsfes Cc ND we rumen our 1ff6'Lf1OI'1S to the blsket bull fue We fc und thu the me sh xpers Ken ny fHenfru1tJ Srevurr Frank 4 ust ull me Vml Doqkendorff md Stan Ferrls dong wxth loc Lomblrdl were 3,0103 it lf hot 'md he1vy wuu up md down the floor yellmg, cursing etc but mnmng b1ll g1me5 As IU footblll mur Llegflcld Llcrublts glVC out wlth thexr 1LQL19'omed pep md 11bb1 xr every glme, home or m xy md muuh gum beumg WIS done IS to the tllents of our 1155165 CLIIIHIDIIIOH of both fuorblll md blskctblll VNIS the trlp to xx Ich th Pow hld 1 very very mae tlmc Porky Qxmmons wlll long be rcvlvxng th1s mp for It was xxhllc ln New York thu Porky Sm Lorls who stole hlS helrt lxke 1 thlef Qhc xxxs 11st 1 slmplc gxrl from Mune but when Chg rollel them bu., blue eyeb xt Pork brother th 1t5 1Il'3IhCl' t1le' Wlrlu the dwnltx bcwmmg our posmon wg xnnounucf th1t mur c1155 plly The Pltsy x uld KILL pllnc I1 IULIIQ on the stxge of the Rmflolph Pluhoukc nec Town Hill And so nt dld vnth grcxt success DlVld Seln1Lk5 Drotegee Thd I'1rtl1 uw lcldmg l1dy wlth Wlltcr frroyl Flumxgm lS thc. lmcr Mlbel Pfmg ns Ill H1 kms glhlb HlSI1Cm md som one elm who fled to Hullywxxi lftcr being lntcrxluxcd durxng the perform mae Mmy of our luis were known to be mlklng pllsrlmggu ro Holbrook on mmy OLLISIODS, md the up of thus weekly or scmn xxeeklv de light xx IS topped off lnre ln M1y by thc First Semc r Sr 15 Plffy You un be sure th1t our go 11 xx IS lLLOITlp1lShCd The work of our members of the bmd blow boys M1son md Fermld blow gxrls Hlstmgi Norrns md Benj :mmm md drum belters Corey f I ' 7. 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Q The A 1 'lilll' A Aj 1 . 1 ' 1 + 1 stie . 44"' at 'l 1 ' Ill. Vrilgli Q M 'l' Ak S "1 ' VL 1' K' the bafjcball t111phy were 11111 big league hoys 111 june. Llllkl leave the portals xx here we have of l.11l'fy lVlL1MJIl. Sta I- 1 UC. spe ' t111l1' l1eS1 f 111 years 111 1111 l' es. Ce Q1 CQ 11113 .111l Cl11l's gift 111 f llll A1lV , .1111l l.lliL' eare 111 the plaee, 1111 its ul- a ' ' f 1' . lx' 1 5 ' ' 'l V l ' ', A f ' ' I " e fg el V l eir I The Class 11f A-N1 19 y 4 Ptpe Twenty fue CLASS WILL 1- the cltss of 46 htvmb been found un cund of mmd 11nd wnthout d1spute9 though not tot1l1y rndlsposed tthere lS un doub edly 1 questron on thrs po1nt concer'11n y1r1ous 1nd1v1du11lsJ and not respon lble for our TCIIOD or words 1nd not llymg our elve lrable therefore to prosecuuon or executron We hereby propose thls document rn due con slderatron of the fact th1t we owe so much to our beloved successors the jumors Upon Phyllrs Esposlto JEAN ARSENAULT bestows her enormous length so Phil cm re rch night up md put the btll m the btsket next yetr on the tetm VILMA BENJAMENO rnslsts thtt she pet rld of her cute dlmples bectuse everyone re marks Plbflllf them so shell f.,1V6 them to Lorr11ne H1YXk1DS RUTH BILLINGHAM bequerths her cutc blby ftce to 1 consttnt 1ClIT1ll'6f Wlllllm Keftrney PRISQILLA BI ANQHARD f.,lV6S her blnples fbrtcelets or yyhrtever you wtnt to ctll themp to Dorothy QOIIS so she cm tnnoy the terchers BOB BRENNAN h ts reseryed the presidency of the Student Counc1l to Dexter Doty You will hnc to go some to be IS poocl IS Bob Dexter RUTH CLARRP lctvcs hcr techmquc ln flnrt my., to Plul Bulmrn th1t mln of thc world SHIRLEY COLBOURN wxnts Qhlrles For resters yolce tuned dovyn 1 lrttle lrwer so he ctn sound more llke Frtnkre so hc s11d th1t he mty hrve her btss yoxce GEORGE QONNOLLY IS going to m lke prep 1r1t1ons for John Grlswold to step lnto h1s role as captann of the footbtll te.1m FRED COULSON told us to send Bob Hurley xnto the N1vy so he c1n keep htm company over e1s IH d1t1ng the Arab be1ut1es MARY COTTER thmks nts only fxttmg th tt she leave her d1tes on Sunday Eyenmgs at Roll md to Ctrolme Hastmgs W1tch out Cftllle dont f1ll down JEAN CULLEN would lrke to le1ve her love but s1nce Ben has rt 111 she dectded to leave her rec1tat1on rn Engllsh to H1rold Holbrook FRANK DOCKENDORFF the Vtn john on of Stetson hrs recently ftnlshed hts lttest book Keep the Glrls QJLICSSIHE, md would lnke Ch lrles Ttylor to h we tt so he c1n ctrry on next yetr BARBARA DEMOTT le1yes her quret vmys cet the most yotes for the shyest boy ln the unlor cllss Rlght Duck' Ah' Our frlend IOAN DOHERTY our com ptmon rn mmy 1n explolt decndes to BIVC her devlllsh w1ys to Mtry Goodell HELEN DONOVAN lsked to letye her job of c1sh1er of the lunch counter to Ruth Getchell Don t m1ke 1ny m1st1kes Ruthle CIERRX DRINKWATER the excellent end man of the current show Stetson Mmstrels left hrs 1b1l1ty to Seymour Flrth who can tell you 1 few trucks hlmself MIRIAM FELNFR rushes homc from school to get her m11l from Iohn Purcell She would llke Louise Bl1ke1y to write 1 book tbout her rom1nce Those letters should proynde mterestmg., reftdmg Such tn tthlete rs STAN FERRIS ns 1 crest loss to Stetson so he 1sked us to allow htm to grve has b1sketb1ll 1b1l1ty to Bob Hoxxe Best of luck Bob Youll need II fic 2 ' ' '- h ' k V' xi K, xx' , K , i I i 1, V , K ,f V , x7 1.7 . --1 1- -Y' , 'VY'-ekVf'c1fi1yfQfffggfcQ ., 1 ' , L 7 ci Sr 1 1 I ' ,, 1 - S 1 1 1 . r 1 ' ' ' 1 A U . , . . . . 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Page Twenty srx 1 9 16 Cfxffxf XD X,-'Q THEL FIRTH bequc rths her cheer lc rdrng and splendrd personalrty to Grnny Rota Kecp rn lrne Grnny' ROBERTA Bobbre FISHER passes down ro Kenneth Isaac her happy go lucky ways WALTER FLANAGAN thrnks that Mary Good could use some of hrs curly harr Lucky grrl Mary BARBARA FORSYTHE wants to be sure ean Hatch wrll get rn good wrth Mr Pow derly and therefore grves her her hrstorrcal brarn ALICE FRANKE sends her quret drgnrfred manner to Madelyn Srnatra Carmody Be careful Madelyn rts lrable to backfrre' MAUREEN GAYNOR has presented her weekend schedule of dates Knot the krnd vou eatj to Charles Gallagher GEORGE GREER leaves hrs posrtron on Stu dent Councrl and hrs personalrty to Vrrgrnra Condlrn Hope you get the votes Grnny numerous trrps to Arthur Zerrengebel Smooth sarlrng Art KAY HARRINGTON allovys Eleanor Memey to have her fast typrng frngers Dont ex ceed the speed Eleanor ARTHUR HASHEM unwrnds hrs never trrrng efforts to make thrs the best Oracle ever to Constance Papouleas LUCILLE HASKINS leaves all her frrst notrce cards to Charles Leonard Be nrce to the marlman Charlre BARBARA HASTINCS wrshed lem Lynch to have her trrp as Stetsons representatrve to the D A R conventron PRISCILLA HERMAN rnsrsts that Cecrlee Mann have her basketball abrlrty Hope you do as well Cecrlee PHYL IUBETT one of our newest senrors seems to have the secret of makrng frrends easrly so has promrsed to grve rt to Ronald Mann ELIZABETH KELLEY leaves her hope chest and her frrendshrp rrng to jean Hudson LORRAINE KIELY wrlls her love for the Brockton Football team to anyone that wants rt-excludrng Vrnnre Dont rrrsh every body MARGARET KENDALL leaves her love for chrldren to Vrola Wrllrs Make the formula rrght Vrola IRENL KILLY lcrves her Frrday nrght dates vrrth ' to Dorothy Smith I'I IZABETH KNIGHTS bequerths her mrke up krt to Dorrs Krvel Easy on the dye Dorrs WILLIAM Brll LEAVITT leaves hrs pres rdency and hrs and that expressron t George Hoeg JOE Snooze LOMBARDI wants hrs rua of the school to go to none other than ack Crllahrn hrs old comrade LLIZABETH LEBACK wants to gnc her B pctrte Be lovely dress to Lourse Blrkelv Its her favorrte dress Lourse LORRAINE LOSCUITO rs busy workrng at the bank so decrdes that that rs the only thrng shed lrke to leave Florence Nelson DORIS TEECE wrshes Lours Berreta to be more reserved so she passes her quret man ners on to hrm MAURFEN MAHONEY grves her love for ART Whrtman MANN rn 1 frt of generos rty le rves hrs brim to Bernrce Lerpelt Hope you use rt srnce Art doesnt hue much trme ARNOLD MAKARA wants Ronnre Mann to have all the make up work rn Englrsh DONALD MARA grves hrs lose of Shake peare to Alrcra Sabean You ve got to see Hamlet Alrcra' MARY McLAUGI-ILIN knows how dull hrs tory may become so would lrke Margaret Crowell to carry on rn her honor ROSE MEANEY frnally promised to hanzl dovyn her baby talk to Vrrgrnra Bezanson GEORGE MEURIN The Ansvter Man of S H S unwrnds hrs rnsvsers to Kenneth Rob rnson All As for Ken next year IJOROTHY MOELLER a destrned mrssronary leay es her crusade for the mrssrons to Donald Moffard LORETTA MORGAN grves rll her jexxelry to Berry Sullrvan IRVIN MORRISSEY cant wart to grye Rob rt Macy hrs Frank Srnatra appeal Get your rnsurance pard Bob The Senrors prrde and yov cute MARY MUR PHY dreads those trrps on the bus from Mrlton so bequeaths them to Etta McElroy IEANNE NORRIS the athletrc grrl of the class passes down her tom boy rsh vyays to Lrllran Banda Y, . 4 -fs 1 Sf'-lf'Qla Qfagflpflfit ,fe ifielfsffec- ri - , ,2 ' , . 7 7 ,Z ' ' , - 9 ' 1 4 4 2 1 ' 2 . 1 , K '- . r . o , . . 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'Rf X1Q RALPH OLSEN grves hns gabbmg sessnons w1th the grrls to George Saunders ALICE and ARLENE PAPP the twlns of 46 leave therr gentle ways and love for each other to ean Tlerney and ane Sulllvan JOE PENDLETON bestows h1s vo1ce for oral readmg to Robert Macy SYLVERE PETITTI passes down hrs flammg red halr to Catherme Mattlaccla MABEL PETIPAS wants her lead1ng role rn the sen1or play to go to W1ll1am Taylor Mother wrll let you u e her apron B1ll NORMA PILGRIM leaves her abxlrty to draw to Honey Connors Make some mce cam palgn posters now Honey mg others her homework papers to Lorrame Barkhouse Youll be popular next year Lorralne JANE MARIE POWERS wants her job on the Boston Amerrcan to go to Charlotte Bassett FLORENCE RINALDI leaves a share of her love for all her brothers to Evelyn Morgan FLORENCE SASS g1ves her gay colored sweat ers to Clarre Isaac Hope they cheer you up Clarre RALPH SIMMONS leaves hxs Kreml look to Rxchard Johnson BILL St LAWRENCE g1ves his job of readlng meters to Joe de Sxsto watch out for the mxce Joe KENNETH STEWART w1lls h1s llttle spats wlth Mrss Brewster to Almlra Mlghty Whrte EILEEN SUI LIVANS devotron for horses has spread to Paul Flanagan The Lone Ranger Our great opera star CORRINE SWALLOW 15 gomg to gxve her paratrooper boots to Barbara Hxcks as a remembrance ART SWENSON the professronal roller skat er of the clas wants to teach John Gallagher to be the beau of the rxnk DOLORES TARDANICO leaves her dark eves to that lure blonde Theresa McDon ald Dont bowl too many boys over Theresa Our lrttle tough guy ALICE TIERNEY wants anet Norman to be able to suck up tor herself and f1ght her own battles Not on the basketball floor though Jan Stuart Ptckard always wondered what LOR RAINE TOCZRO dxd when she went to Brockton so now you can see Stule and have a good old txme whlle vou re there cause you ll never go back agaln RUTH VAN COTT IS golng to gxve R1ta Rodd smgmg lessons so that she can take her place ln the mlnstrel show next year MARION WADE wlll hand down her toe danc1ng shoes to ean Txerney It wlll glve you P0156 eame BETTY WADE leaves her serrous manner to Al1c1a Sabean It s drffetent from what you thunk Al1c1a JACK WARNER Mr Powderlys rlght hand man IH Hlstory class leaves hxs d1gn1f1ed positron to Clxfford Sampson to keep htm awake Watch out Cl1ff1e here he comes down the aisle' GRACE Dolly WELCH wants Grace to have her golden wavy hart so dont get another permanent wave Gracle HAROLD M WELLS JR our l1ttle genlus IS gomg to let Phyll1s Webber take over the part of stage manager for the Senlor Play next year Dont let nt get you down Phyl PECGY WHITE leaves her wrnnlng smlle to Dorothv Mandervllle Its a good Man catcher Dot JAMES Jlmmle WILSON IS g1v1ng those bee eaut1ful wrne colored pants that he wears to school to George Hoeg It s good they re not red George JEAN WOODFORD vulls her plcture of that certaln man rn a hula hula sk1rt to Dor1s Kavel Hubba hubba' After havlng committed ourselves and ours we hope you know how to put these treasures to good use Jumors becau e lt IS a great sacr1 f1ce to part wlth them Remember they are the keys to success Lorraxne Krely 46 Marlon Wade 46 ri . :rs QL -- qYY,1tjY J1tjY f.,fQ3ftQ,:jV X lxfifiyiifgfx zfQfQ-fivfi Y. . 7' . . . .. 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' Q Q ' . .- , L . - , - I a l v ' - , Page Twenty Clgllt I 9 4 6 PROPHECY IG headllnes appeared 1n the Daxly Mann owned by Arthur Mann 1n 1956 LOST SURVIVORS OF JET PLANE FOUND There were several columns on the front page tell1ng of the return of jom Doherty and B1r bar1 H1st1ngs 1nd therc wts 1 full 1ccount of thcrr story wr1tten by the ed1tor ID ch1ef e Lomb 1rd1 The 1tem appeared 1n th1s manner w1th 1llustrat1ons of the tr1p by V1lma Benyammo Ten years ago, IH 1946 oan Doherty and Barbara Hastmgs answered an ad for a job as exper1menters on a newly des1gned, automat1c oe Pendleton and Ralph Olsen The testrng day, comcrdently took place on the same d1y as the testmg of the atom1c bomb It was be l1eved by sc1ent1sts that some unknown wave from the bomb 1nterfered XVIII! the automatrc control of the plane and thus broke the con tact The plane propelled wrldly through space and landed on an unexplored planet As we all reallze, many SCICHEISES have frant1cally tr1ed to locate the beam that would contact the lost plane In deep apprec1at1on we g1V6 thanks to the tryrng pat1ence of those two sc1ent1sts, Harold Wells and Wllllam I.eav1tt for success fully locat1ng the sa1d beam A week later oan and I were to broadcast on Robert Brennan s rad1o program an account of our l1fe SIHCC our return I started speakmg IU the followmg manner Much attent1on was shown us 1n the days follow1ng our return Our f1rst request was to see l1ttle ole Ran dolph affam Not only was our request granted but we were g1VCU a spec1al plane to take us to the Randolph A1rports And to add to all th1s Phy111s jubett was the pleasant hostess When we arrxved at the a1rport we learned that Walter Hallet and Walter Flanagan were ch1ef mechan1cs there We also rece1ved an 1nv1tat1on to stav at the Connolly Hotel wh1ch as you mly have guessed was run by Mary Murphy and George Connolly That even1ng oan and I were guests of honor at the hotel and a specnal show w IS g1XCH for us We were more than surpr1sed to behold B1ng Corcy le1d1ng hrs b1nd w1th the st tr drummer R1lph Slmmons 1nd the love ly SIXIQCI' none othcr th1n Thelmt F1rth A soon as the pcrformtncc w IS over we rushed btck stage only to bump 1nto W1ll1am St Law rence who w as stay1ng at the hotel for awh1le He sa1d th If he and Irv1n MOYIISSCY were cable men 1nd that Art Swenson was ch1ef techmcran of WBZ He also stated that Maryor1e Wh1te ment stores and Rose Meaney occup1ed an en t1re floor wh1ch she devoted exclus1vely to dress des1gn1ng She even had a model who was none other than our old Chum Ruth Clarke The next morn1ng we walked down to Wh1tes w1th 1ntent1ons of dropp1ng IH to see our now prospermg classmates There wls 1 large w1ndow featurrng art wh1ch attracted our attent1cn Stopp1ng a moment to look at them we saw Sylvere Pet1tt1s name penned to the feature prcture Speakmg of patntmgs, we rather hoped to see the names Norma P11 gr1m and Dorothv Moeller somewhere They weren t there how ever but joan later found out th1t Dotty w IS teachmg IH a m1ss1onary school IH Chmt 1nd Norma w IS resldmg as a house wife 1n 1 pretty llttle bungalow on North M1111 Street Then we hetrd th1t Mlfllln Feener w IS now postrmstress of thc Rmdolph Post Off1ce Both letters were 1ny1tat1ons for that nrght and smce we couldnt go to both places to gether we decrded to spl1t uo I was to at tend a Drofessxonal glrls basketball game star r1ng Pr1sc1lla Herman Margaret Kendall and lean Arsenault Then- team better known as the Btg Mrdgets were favored to w1n and no body w1s happrer than I to see these cxpectanons r1ng true I encountered ean A f1,f'1if'Qf-gg-'ifLffgaa Stefgx, fi --p iff X 'fs ' ' 7 1 4 ' " -A 11 C I K 7 1 Y K I 1 1 . 1 1 I I 1 V. 1 1 ' I ' 1 A 1 1 1 'e 1 1 I 1 K I. 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' A 1 - J' l 9 4 6 Page Twenty nrne e VX Qys' Norrrs at the game and happened on the sub ject of our hrgh school days I asked her rf she ever drd anythrng about the veterrnarran hosprtal she once mentroned and she told me wrth prrde that she now owned an ultra mod ern glass structure on Long Drrve the largest anrmal rnfrrmary on the East Coast She also sard that Mary Porter had become chref sur geon rn the hosprtal founded by Arthur Hashem rn the old hrgh school burldrng form erly Stetson Prrscrlla Blanchard ean Wood ford and Florence Rrnaldr were dorng a splen drd job rn nursrng Roberta Frsher and Stanley Ferrrs were gym rnstructors and Stetson s name as far as sports were concerned was rrght on top I tucked all thrs rnformatron rnto my head and rushed back to the hotel rn a cab owned by George Muerrn oan came rn a short trme later and had qurte a brt of good news Whrle Barbara was attendrng a basketball game I was attendrng a banquet It was an annual affarr grven by the Bankers Assocratron and Maureen Gaynor who was unrt head of the busrness machrnes presented me wrth a handsome corsage strarght from Drrnkwaters Nurserres I also ran rnto Irene Krley who was the chref typrst and Helen Donovan ef frcrent secretary to the presrdent Naturally we had a lot of thrngs to drscuss and the mam thrng of rnterest were our classmates Maureen gave me two trckets to the Grand World Farr featurrng plastrcs and then followed me home to get the money Well Barbara pard the grrl and the trckets were ours The next day we went to the farr Ah what a day' The trcket grrl turned out to be my old pal Mary McI.aughl1n George Greer was cus todran of the one man plastrc band and Lucrlle Haskrns was secretary of affarrs that vnent on durrng the farr Lucrlle escorted us around and gave us a lot of rnsrde news She heard that Elrzabeth Leback and ean Cullen had founded a magnrfrcent school for those chrl dren after the vrar of 1946 Shrrley Colburn was rn the plastrc mrllrnery busrness and Bar brra Forsy the owned a toy shop rn New York We were overroyed to hear of the good luck cf our frrends and to show our apprecratron me let Lucrlle take us to lunch at MaraS The name struck a drstant chord rn my mem ory so I asked the head warter to take me to the manager Sure enough rt was our old classmate now a prosperous taxpayer He told me hrs best wartresses were the Papp Twrns and hrs chef was none other than jrmmy Wrl son After our me 11 we went back to the hotel In the lobby there were several brlls rn a show case rdvertrsrng specral entertarnments of the nrght Mrrron Wades name was there as takrng part rn the Ballet Russe the top toe dancer of the year We were later to frnd out that Betty accompanred her srster on all her engagements and more or less took care of her wardrobe That nrght we watched the performance wrth the utmost pleasure When the lrghts went on agarn we were jorned by Loretta Morgan and Barbara DeMott who hap pened to hear of our return and decrded to look us up When I polrtely rnqurred what they were dorng they replred they had a Span rsh Tea Room rn Florrda and at the present trme were travelrng north for the summer Barbara told us that Mabel Petrpas was a fam ous actress havrng recerved an offer from the Paramount Studros upon her graduatron We drank a toast to Mabel and retrred for the nrght fallrng blrssfully to sleep on a Brllrng ham mattress I was awakened rn the wee hours of the new day by the telephone My anger turned to pleasure when I recognrzed the vorce of an old classmate Lorrarne Krley She sard she had been tryrng to get rn touch vxrth us ever srnce our return rn order to rnvrte us to a grrls soft ball game at her Stadrum that afternoon I thanked her for the rnvrtatron and rnqurred as to how she was She sard she was dorng frne and also rnformed me that Elrzabeth Knrghts was now a vxell known yournalrst I was glad to hear thrs and told her I would see her later What a surprrse awarted us at the stadrum We saw the star prtcher was Erleen Sullrvan and Elrzabeth Kelly and Alrce Trerney were both players on the team We cheered ourselves hoarse and after we won we then departed ust at thrs rdentrcal moment we were harled by jane Powers and Dolly Welch socretys leadrng debs Dolly rnformed us that they often attended the opera and that very nrght Corrrne Sw allow was to make her debut They also gave us drrectrons on how to get to Arnold Makaras gas statron vuhrch was a mrle down the road Arnold drdnt recognrze us at frrst but one of hrs customers drd Thrs was luck rndeed ack Warner a travelrng sales man who would have guessed? 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Y Y . . . 4 4 . 4 Page Thirty I 9 4 6 bfivixfx ww N QQ. ivawxffvfbfavsv essex secretaries in the now successfully gained fight rgainst cancer Such good news pleased us immen ely but better was to follow Ruth V in Cott Arnold stated had inherited a fortune and was now social head of the Van Cort aristocracy We were very impressed by this and immediately departed to look her up VU e found her in the midst of wealth and glory but she was still the same swell kid She greeted us warmly and made us at home While we dined datntly on cake and tea she told us that Mary Cotter and Florence Sass had established a well known beauty salon at the Metropolitis Dolores Tardenico was furthering her fathers agent and Lorraine LoSc1uto after 1 brief sci entific career had settled down to married life just then Katherine Harrington was ushered in She was very excited over a piece of news paper she was waving Barbara opened it and there on the front page was a picture of Dori Teece Beneath it read RANDOLPH GIRL WINS TITLE OF WORLD CHAMPION OF SPEED TYPING I also noticed that it was wrrtten by Katherine and when I asked her where she worked she told me she was a re porter on the Daily Mann We spent another hour just talking then we bade them goodbye and returned to our suite Both of us were rather wearv from the days excitement so we decided to just drive around for the evening A large sign outside of MOTHER HUBBARDS CUBBARD attracted our attention It read Come in and Try Our Super Special Stewart Spaghetti Barbara and I just couldnt resist the delicious scent that drifted frcm the open window so we parked the ctr ind entered 'Ihe dish wis so good that we asked to sec the chef in order to con gratulate him on the excellence of his food Imagine cur surprise to see Kenny Stewart poring over a large kettle of spaghetti H was very busy so we just told h1m how much we enjoyed his food and left Barbara glanced at her wrist watch and saw that we only had five minutes to get back to the radio station to broadcast this to you so we started off at a great pace Now Barbara usually is a careful driver but as I said we were in a dreadful hurry so we just flew by the red lights I cop We slowed down md the officer drew up with 1 frown He prepared to give us 1 ticket but when he saw who it was he laughed And no wonder it was Frank Dockendorff My eyes nearly bulged out of my head I stared so hard but he convinced us that every thing was on the up and up and just to show us there were no hard feelings he escorted us to the radio station So everyone if we sound a little breathless Im sure youll understand how rushed we have been ust the same we both think its swell the way our class turned out and we want everyone to know how proud we are of him And now I think we better sign off until ten years from now and then we can see if this is true joan Doherty 46 Barbara Hastings 46 cv-O x Qffyio Q- , A sc X A ' A . 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K I 1 r I ' A i 7 i . , . . f A , 1946 7fze ewcfe Page Thmwme X7fbfQ!C+iSffIt'ffQ Qff 17 'i A2759 LITE RARY THE BIC QUESTION IN HIGH SCHOOL AM yyrrtrng thrs theme from my ovyn vrew pornt not from the vreyy pornt of the school as a whole In the seventh and etghth grades I was an honorable mentron r1ght strarght through 'Ihen I came to hrgh school and my marks took a nose d1ve Now Im not blamtng the school for thrs, rt was my own fooltshness In the frrst year I succeeded 1n passrng every thmg but Latm In my second year I succeed ed In flunktng everything except Hrstory Now I slw that thrs would never do for I had pl ms of golng to college I should say I had far off dretms of gomg to college, for thlts yyhtt they were far off dreams In my thrrd year I drd a btt better I passed eyerythlng except Physrcs Yet st1ll I had not trrel and h td spent very l1ttle trme on studymg bo noyy I ask myself Why have I made uch a poor shoyylng 1n high school' There doesnt see to be my plauslble an sxyer tt frrst but when you look Into If there IS some expllnatlon In hrgh school when we frrst enter we are course Some of us tre gomg to college so naturally we choose the college course some the commercul course for they are choosmv the buslness vyorld But do my of us re 1lly knovy what we vyant or what mlght Interest us' We as a whole thunk of college as somethmg In the remote future Somebody rn the famlly hxs told us that we t ant to be 1 Mech tnlcal CIVII Chemical Elec rrncxl or Industrlal Engmeer These are lust nrmes to most of us Sure we know that a Mcchamcal Fnglneer draws blue pr1nts and supervtses machme plmts and that a Cntl Ilngmeer butlds roads and bridges md the llke But do vye knoyy the requirements of hls pro fessron or how thxt professron rs commg on rn comparrson wtth others or the socml and eco nomlc prnvxleges that come mth rt' We don tl We know a romantrzed versron of II from some member of the famrly or some frrend or somt fascrnatmg novel or movle Then hoyy can we escape th1s waste 1n the preparatton of our future hves' How can we be shown what these profess tons have to offer what the chances are for a young man fresh out of college, to make a start tn that professron whrch he or she has chosen for hrs lrfes work' The answers to these questrons are not s1mple There should be some course, not ne cessarlly from a book or by lecture but prefer tbly by practrcal expertence so as to gxve pro spectrve students a chance to see for themselves just what they are gettrng mto To brmg them ID conttct wrth engineers doctors, lawyers, busrnessmen etc to get frrst hand mformatron on the professron that has taken therr eye This I belleve would be no end of help to us hrgh school students who are floundermg lround vtonderrng what we are golng to do Irvm Morrlssey 46 CONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN IR face lb tll sweetness and kmdness It IS not devtstatmgly lovely Cand most people mtght not even call her prettyj but she has somethmg much deeper than beauty It shmes tn her face lrke a star shmes 1n the ebony skres of n1ght She rs short about frve feet, three Inches and carrres herself rn a graceful and dtgmfted manner Her eyes are the sapphrrnne hue of thc occtn and her sktn has the softness of vyhrte velyet Through the dark brown of her hart strands of srlyery gray can be seen by 1 close obseryer but these too add to the drg nrty of her rppearance The waves lrke huge yyrnnlcles form a soft halo around her head shoyymg promrnently her yudows peak Only on rare occtsnons does she rarse her yolce In anger or annoyance When she IS an noyed she grves a mrld reproach that calms the most troublesome pupnl Her laugh rs qunck and smcere at any amusmg mcrdent and . . 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L , Page Thrrty two I 9 4 6 fx 'Xfb 'NfQXf'Xf'NfQ'i'X her smrle IS one that makes even the most saturnme day braght and cheerful Slac dresses an vcry good taste and has an a1r of rcfmement about her The expens1ve r grance of her perfume seems to go wlth her personahty Mrs Donaldson was one of the most pop ular and well l1ked teachers 111 th school She was well l1ked because of her d1spos1t1on her frrendlrness and her s1ncer1ty Norma P1lgr1m a HOME TO ME UML to me mcans krndness and love lt couldnt be better than heaven abovc When I thrnk of my mother my s1ster and Its rnconcen able that I could ever be sad Could never be gotten at London or Rome Whether penthouse or farm If makes n dafference A home IS a home wrthout any preference Lets take home by the seasons compare II and see W1thout any doubt ats the best place to be In wanter when w1nd and snow rage an storm Its good to come home to a f1re where If s warm And ID spr1ng when the fancy IS love IH t e moonlrght What better place than the porch on a une nrght' When summer comes an and the ne1ghbor scatter The homes 1solated but that doesnt matter Cause dads on v.acat1on and w1th you all day And your famrly has plenty of t1me for play CBut thankrng ll over a l1ttle whrle You remember your home and put on a brg smrlej ln Autumn when the leaves turn to scarlet I deem Its DICE an the parlor where thangs are serene And so the cycle of joy IS complete lust takc my word that Home cant be beat Donald Mara If ACTORS ACTRESSES SONGS AND DOGS WAS dccrced by MISS G that a poll be takcn to determane the fayourate actors actresses songs and popular say1ngs at G11 gms Emponum of Hrgher Learnrng And here are the resul s Bmg Crosby 1 assumed by eyeryone to be the top actor and srnger For a srnger the gtrls faaour Perry Como but the boys thmk Prank Slnatra IS qu1te a bat better There are st ll a few very few garls who threaten to swoon at the mentaon of Swoonatras name Everyone l1l1cs Van ohnson Robert Walker Iunc Allyson jcnrffer ones Robert Taylor Alan Ladd ane Russel Barbara SI1I1XV1Llx Susan Hayward and Preston Foster The grrls hkc oe Qotten but the boys vrolently object Saoux Cary Sue Seems Lake Old Trmes Shoo Fly Person al1ty Some Sunday Morn ang Oh What It Seemed To Be It Maght As Well Be Spr1ng are the favourate songs Let It Snow Symphony Arent You Glad You re You Sunny S1de of the Street Hey Barbareba are the favourate record1ngs B B Bram Sad Sack Dr1p and erks are common msults Thats a yoke for yokeb n 1 joke tyokek that IS IS sard when ever anyone cracks a funny Hubba Hubba means 1 lucaous hunk of the opposrte sex H1 Darlm IS an often heard greetang You can ay that agun means approval We wonder af when pourrng over th1s book say fave years from now-our tastes w all be drfferent or af 1t w1ll only amuse us to know how 1nfant1le our tastes were then' Paul Flanagan 47 ALAS ALACK UNb has frnally arr1ved Our C Day IS drawrng near 'lrrumph wall be short lrved And then we can shout and cheer And aftcr that glor1ous day our plans C all fo1 no more labor to do But smce we re loyal Stetson fans Well st1ll cheer the whate and blue Curfew for us shall not r1ng any more At 8 I5 or agarn at 7 OO We no longer have to 1nvent folk lore To harry Mr Gllgan and Mr Randall too But oh Ive felt Damocles sword For lvc lust heard from my draft board Arthur H ashem flf X fxflefiiasfrfi-1113 fs-'e11-rcifcs, fix- 'gX,fsQ,Q,1-1 as , X 'E I I I I 1 - - ' , 1 ' I . 1 1 . 11 9 ' , A A , 1 1 f ' 1' ' , ' , , 2 ' 1 I I a C . 1 a ' ' X 1 1 Y- - . 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Q r ' , , - L I ' , Page Thrrty four 1 9 4 6 vs csv OUR CHEMISTRY TEACHER HEN returnrng home I met hrm walkrng very brrskly Performrng promptly and effrcrently rs common to hrs character Hrs knowrng blue eyes peer beneath yuttmg brows and sparkle or grow steely as the occ1s1on 1 rrses They look as lf they could see through one 1nd then far beyond Hrs hrgh forehead crrs crossed wrth lrnes of thought and worry' xccent the rrgrd strarghtness of hrs rmposrng nose When he smrles thrn lrnes crease across hrs cheeks and 1dd to hrs agreeable counte nance Although he rsn t a handsome man hrs frrendly features urge one to know hrm better and to rnqurre of hrs knowledge Tall and broad shouldered wrth a deep speakrng yorce he commands all wrthrn hrs hearrng Hrs dress rather casual frts hrs panther lrke frame emctly He walks proudly wrth 1 snappy gart 1nd rs contrnually hurryrng to some unknown destrmtron C1lloused hands rndrcate the m1ny experrments he has performed both suc ces fully md unsuccessfully He lrves 1 w rdc 1nd varred lrfe wrth much to do md to take up hrs trme As well as hrs every dry job of teachrng school he rs 1 pursuer rn Brologrcal studres and collector of antiques Wrth these hobby rnterests he comes rn contact wrth many drs trngurshed and rntellrgent personages An rn tructrve advrser to all and authorrty on most subjects thrs man has garned the confrdence and self respect of those who know hrm Hav rng had experrence rn travelrng abroad he rs never 1t loss for a funny story to tell or 1n rnformrng rncrdent to rel1te He h1s the 1brl rty to 1muse and rnterest hrs assocrates on all occasrons Hrs love for chrldren 1nd 1nrm1ls grves hrm the keen power of boundless understandrng Hrs zest for the 1ch1evement of somethrng., benefrcral to our world or to the world of sc1 ence grves hrm a clrgnrty uncommon to most people Barbara Hastrngs 46 TO ADD TO OUR GLORY HILE srttrng rn a class room wonderrng who I should descrrbe the door opened and rn came a very strrkrng person I at once decrded she was the very one I wanted At frrst I saw her from the back vrew She had on one of the latest style dresses The color of rt was the new green orchrd th1t we see advertrsed around Easter trme It was most strrkrng because of her brrght red orange col ored harr It blended rn very well and showed careful selectron of clothes on her part When she turned around I saw how her harr whrch was swept rn 1 up do was so be comrng to her features She was very trny and looked as rf she drd not wergh over 90 pounds She h1d clear whrte skrn so that her very rosy cheeks 1nd nrcely formed red lrps were shown to rdvrntrge She w1s sweet 1nd sarntly 1nd always looked as rf she had just stepped out of a hit box Her lovely flamrng h11r rmpressed me very much When she spoke soft words luke musrc frlled the room 1nd eyery puprl looked up to see where the musrcal tones c1me from One could tell yust by observrng that she had 1 very sweet drs posrtron even rf she urd have red harr The way she carrred her trny graceful body so proudly and delrghtfully made her 1 pleasure to watch I wrll leave rt up to you to guess whrch te1cher I 1m descrrbrng I 1m sure rt wrll not be h1rd for 1nyone to guess But Ill grve you 1 hunt she rs 'rssrgned to Room 7 md h1s somethrng to do wrth style Prrscrlla Bl1nch1rd 46 WINTER MOONLICHT HP moonlrght rs not all that rt would eem In wrnter when the moon rs round and brrght It has a vagueness lrke the memory of 1 dream It spreads a ceaseless stream of opalescent lrght Mrsty Lun1 on the emotrons plays Lrke farnt bewrtchmg musrc softly sweet Wrth flyrng flortrng motron rhythmrc 1 s When mystrc wrnd md alder brrnches meet Snowy lopes reflect the rcy rrver And etch a glass wrth brush and trees so frne Through the moonlrghts brrght beam they shake and shrver The brrch the oak the maple and the prne The moon lres on IES drrk be spangled e Brre br1ncl1es rustle rn a secret w1y And human mrnds therr rnhrbrtrons shed To heed the lure md call of moonlrghts ra Norma Prlgrrm 46 -X fx X I 5 . . , v . , 1 . . . 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Y . . ,M . , , 1946 0 4 Page Thrrty frve QfQQf ff f if THE CATS REVENGE HL crptrrns crt was furrous Not r door nor wrndow of the house was open H went to the front door and mewed and then to the srde door whrch was almost never used Frnally he mewed loudest and longest at the back door Susannah the Crptarns housekeeper coulcl be heard walkrng around rn the krtchen The cat knew that Susannah heard hrm there at her door wrth hrs paws rn the damp He knew th rt she w rs glad to keep hrm out If only the Captarn were home he would call Susann th' Shrp ahoy' Lower the gangw ay to trke on passengers' ' ' But the Captarn had taken hrs umbrella and gone off to see hrs marrred daughter Goodness knows when hed be back The cat prcked hrs way across the grass and shook the morsture off hrs feet for rt had been rarnrng Poor cat how he hated to have hrs paws wet Oh how ld lrke to be srttrng rn the brg easy chrrr by the open frre thought he watchrng the flame wrth sleepy eyes and purrrng to myself But the cat drdnt feel lrke purrrng now He clrmbe.l up the lrlac bush He knew just where to put each small paw just how much sprrng to grve and how deep to strck hrs claws rnto the bark He drd every thrng beautrfully but the leaves shook drops of rarn on hrs fur and brushed agarnst hrs whrskers After clrmbrng a low branch he saw Susan nah rollrng dough for the warm rolls the Cap tarn lrked She was lrttle and old and black and she wore on her head a brg red band anna When she saw the cat she began to laugh and pornt her frnger at hrm Old Mrster Cat you harn t gorn to grt rn tonrght effrn I have any thrn to say You wont get hurt by a lrttle nrce rarn Ha ha The cat saw rt was no use Susannah drd not lrke hrm He knew yery well she had everal good reasons for thrs but mewed one last mew just rn case she should change her mrnd He swrshed hrs tarl angrrly and went down through the bush head frrst He knew now he would haye to wart untrl the Captarn came back But he wouldnt for get Susannahs meanness not he' About frve o clock the Captarn came home He walked as though the srdew alk were gorng up rnd down under hrm Thrs was because he had spent so much trme on the deck of borts Everybody loved the Captarn becausc he was so krnd and so jolly The CHI loyed hrm too although he took a naughty prrde rn not showrng rt except some trmes when they were alone together They understood each other very well but today the crt was rn r brd humor as he walked out from under the porch Meow he sard Well well' There you are hey' sard the Qrpttrn He opened the door md held rt and warted for the cat to come rn but the cat only looked at hrm He was berng provokrng Dont you want to come rn? asked the Captarn The cat strll looked at hrm almost rn the doorway but not qurte All rrght sard the Captarn rf you wont you wont my lad and he started to shut the door But before he could get rt shut the cat campered rnto the room It was a currous room decorated wrth all sorts of nautrcal hobbres statues and prctures Susannah kept all the brass rn the room shrn rng brrghtly the Captarn was very partrcular about that Neverthcless nerthcr the Captarn nor Susannah notrced that sometrmes a few crumbs were left under the table Only the crt knew thrs The Captarn sat down and lrt hrs prpe The cat sat down too but rnstead of jumprng rnto hrs charr he sat on the floor and watched the crumbs It was very strll The only sounds were the trck tock trckrng of the brg clock and the steps of Susannah She was gettrng upper ready rn the krtchen The cat never strrred After a long whrle somethrng moved along the edge of the floor and ran out on the carpet Somethrng began to nrbble a crumb Before you have sard Jack Robrnson' the cat had that mouse by the neck The door rnto the krtchen was open a lrttle so rn walked the cat carryrng the mouse He went to Susannah and dropped the mouse care fully rrght at her feet Some cats thrnk that a mouse makes a nrce pre ent for the person they love but thrs cat kneu how Susannah felt about mrce He knew she was terrrbly afrard of them Lordy' Halp' Halp' Frre' Poleeece' yelled Susannah clrmbrng onto a krtchen charr as fast as she could get there Halp' Halp' ' Here here what s the trouble! shouted the Captarn stamprng rnto the krtchen rn a great hurry Hes clrmbrn up the charr' yelled Susan nah Hes clrmbrn up the charr' Halp' The mouse was far wrser than that He had run back to hrs hole lrke lrghtnrng But the Captarn had to look under the charr and on , ' v. 1 , li xl TQ "fir", 'ffl 5 ' W ' T Ql'Qf'fjff', f-EYQ 'LQVTQ f'lff'Q,i "Q, 1 7 y A 1 - . 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'1 1 '. . r ' ' , , 1 1 1 , Page Tlnrty slx Z !!fffxXxxf the chair back He had to take a candle too and hunt In all the corners of the krtchen be for Susannah would come down Even then she was very much dlstressed She sand to the Captam Boss effrn I hrd a cat llke that one I wouldn t h1ve hrm long' Hes really 1 good cn at heart sard the Captun sadly for he always wanted the C1t and Susannah to be frxends He couldnt un derstand why they drdnt get on better and he scolded the Cat 1 llttle when they sat m thelr charts by the frre But the Cat treated the whole thlng 1s an rccldent He stretched hls paws and looked at the Laptam mth brg sleepy eyes and purred to hrmself 1s he lnstened to Susannah slnglng crossly rn the kitchen SOUNDS I ENJOY HI- sense of sound md the pletsures II able Can you plcture lrfe vuthout sound There are sounds we enjoy and sounds we djs like but on the whole most sounds are pleasant to the masses Dld you ever listen to the thunderous roar of an exclted crowd at a football game? Thls IS one of my favorlte sounds because II grves me such a feellng of excrtement and love for the sport The bark of a dog 15 to me a pleasant sound and especrally the bark of that certarn German polrce dog that guards my home The sound of a tram whrstle rn the drstance on a lonely mght makes me thrnk of all my friends l have known IH the past One of the sounds whrch I enjoy most rs the sound of 1 laughing, stream flowmj, and bub bling upon rocks md gurgllng softly oyer h1llow sand On the other extreme dxd you ever hear the huge crescendo of sound created by a hrgh fallmg cataract? A sound or sounds whlch are pleasant to all IS the srngnng of blrds But dld you ever lrsten to the symphony played to nature at sunup by feathered songsters rn a Marne forest? Turnrng from nature the crack as bat meets ball slow throbbmg heartmovmg musxc whrr of tures on a smooth hlghvnay 1nd the steady cllck of a lavynmower all are pleasant sound to my ear 046-cle S Dld you eyer hear the oce1n poundmg yuth fury agarnst jagged rock bound coasts or lap prng md sllppmg the s1nd on 1 nrght xy hen If makes love to the shores' Sounds of children llUf.,lllI'l2., are lovcly ut hom many people enjoy or evcr stop to con slder the sound of tecth bunny., mto 1 h1rd app ef' Oh l could go on n tmlng., sounds I enjoy rll day for sounds mean lrfe md you cm bet thxt I really enjoy life oseph Lomblrdl f PARTING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW OOD bye good bye D15,j.,ory Venn And F1510 flrewcll farewell And Wlcklmarlu md Blnglcy md Davld and Slm aou rc ull IH our plst md who ctn forctcll Iyer or ncycr Farewell flrevsell Adleu Mrlton md Qhlucer md Boswell And Wrlkrns Mrcawber too And Clym and Burk 1nd Macaulay md P63550 y All adreu adleu Well mrss you all lrke crazy To you vse w1ll return But just when Is a httle b1t hazy Au voir to the vyetker sex LIZZIC 1nd ine Ant the gorgeous Eustxcn nee Vye Anc the beauteous Bextrlx whom Henry loycl And Thomlson svtect md shy Ant ITlLIL,l'lIy Lydll md str1nj,c Ophclrr An the ctrrulous Mrs B your to thcse lovclres The e dlfelble doves volr th me th me' You ve been our compmron for forty long, weeks And when we say long., we mem long, Weye learned of your forbles Weye learned of your hlbrts We knovy vyhere you re vseak or strong., But Iunes come dong md were off to our fate So so long, old friends so long' Cltss of 46 ' '- 1 9 46 X4 if Q Q. 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K 5 v A- y 11 I 11111 11 .11 1 1 V A 3 'A A ' 5111, ' ' ' ' ' ':, ' 1 1 AK 1' ' 1 ' 123 1 I "1 1 ' . 'ff Smso W 'fx frm! ff! KX 2 , f ff fn' 6 ,V X 1' nf X - L xx 0"--,g N 2 ,XXI 'NX XYQQXQ5, Nh KX A sax, ,fx COACH EHIND every success their lies 'in inspiration. a nucleus for achievement and accom- plishment. To a football team or a basketball team. it is the coach giving to the boys invaluable instruction and knowledge of the game and how to play it. Coach joseph .. Zapustus of our High School came to us in the year 1943 when sports at Stetson was at its lovnest mark in years. Starting with a group of entirely green boys and by patient handling and hard work that extended over '1 three year span gave to Stetson perhaps the best season of sports accomplishment in the schools history. During the season of 1945-46 he piloted the grid squad through a nine game slate undefeated to the Class "D" co-championship, and lead the court five to the boards of the Boston Garden in the Eastern Massachusetts Basketball Tourney. Coach Zapustus graduated from the Unix ersity of Fordham, where he played quar' terback and from which college he was tvs ice chosen as All-American in the year 1933. Entering into pro-football, he played with the old Boston Shamrocks from whence he signed to the New York Giants. Professional baseball too, was not strange to our versatile coach, having been in the ranks of Connie Macks Athletics for a num- ber of years. Coach joe started his coaching career at Cliffside High in New ersey, then piloted Mission High in Boston, and after successful seasons at both schools, arrived at Stetson in 1943 to take over the coaching duties. The result of his work is evident. All in our town know the coach as a wonderful man and a splendid coach, but it is the boys who have played under him who really get the full advantage of his sterling character, jovial disposition and boundless knowledge of the game and how to win it. Page My 7fze 1 9 4 6 ,J Q., 'Qt s , 'ffTel7if scpfflfffw C , 1 , . ' if . ' 66 99 . . ' t 1 1 ' L L t ' l - ' 1 I A yt L Y A V L A L Y A L I L L V A A A t , K 1 i l 4 X , 1 , . L Y 3 , . ' 1 1946 '7fze Qaacle Page WE RETURN TO THE FOLD HI: school year of 1945 46 w1ll long be re membered 1n Stetson hxstory as a season of sports accomplrshments At the openmg of the school year lf was learned that the hrgh school had after an absence of several years returned to the folds of the Headmasters As SOCIHIIOH One of the rules of the 01'g1fllZ3I1OIl states that all the athletes must be passmg three major subyects to partnclpate nn school sports letnc events such as the Tech Tourney and schools not assocrated Wllh rt are not eleglble to compete The football team went through a thrrlllng eason undefeated and brought the bacon home for the frrst trme 1n the schools hrstory rn the form of the Class D co champronshrp The hoop flve ended a fast season wrth an ll and 3 record and were 1nv1ted to compete nn the schoolboy tourney played on the Boston Garden boards Formatnon of four leagues among South Shore hrgh schools called the Southern Con ference adds keener competmon to the sport and the award of a cup for the wrnner of each league glves somethmg for whlch the boys can strxve FOOTBALL I'IH all eleven fnrst strmgers havmg var snr experience much was expected of the 1945 Stetson grid edltlon After a few weeks of hard practrce the team lmed up against Hmgham rn the South Shore Football Jamboree as follows Right end Jackre Callahan Cal rs our of fensrve end and IS a born pass snagger jack also does the puntxng for the club On the op poslte vtmg lb Larry Mason Larry IS the fnghter of the club and when the chlps are down thats when Larry ns ln the thlckest of the frght Larry plays a crashmg type of game that makes h1m an expert play breaker Ready to step rn for either was Bmg Corey who coull handle erther wtng wrth ease Mates to these boys are oe De Slsto and Pottsre Porter both yumors oe and Pottsne are two bug reasons why the opposition only scored three touch dow ns all year through our llfle Big nd rug A1 ,, V li I I ' ' s 4 . " U K I - . , . . . . . . . I D y Thhrs group 1S also the sponsor of many ath- , ' ' y 9 7 . Y . . . ' K 1 I W . , . . I , - - J Page Forty two we 1 9 4 C ged they drsh out plenty of rough trmes for tne guy on the other slde Our watch charm guard Charley Gallagher and Arnold Makara need no urgmg at any ttme One reason why these lads are the players that they tre ts be cause or therr love tor the sport lt IS seldom that any yardage rs galned through our mtddle srnce these two along wxth tmmy Kxlcoyne cur center form a wall of rock tmmy s frrst year as varslty and he sure d1d a heck of a job rn the llne Haullng the mall we had a well balanced foursome Speed of the group was provtded by XValla Hess Sophomore star who was fxfth htghest scorer ln the state Wallas speed and broken freld runnrng made htm 1 dangerous threat tt all ttmes And Walla was unequaled as a lrne backerup The sxtuatton fourth down two yards wlll the quarter back call for a boot or try for the twof If George Con nolly IS tn that backfleld you ve got the yards any trme you want them Connolly spelled power and lots of If George gave us more flrst downs on hrs pet power play than any play ln the book Most sensatronal passer scored at least one td IH every game Red also took care of th qutck ktcks Callrng the plays for the devtls was o Lombardl and he rrunded out a well balanced backfreld one that wtll be lonv remembered Our Cheerleaders GOOD basketball or football game IS always thrllllng to watch What makes II so' Surely the play rt elf But wrthout cheer leaders to work up the Splflf of the fans when lt needs pepprnc, up the games would not be so excttlng We have come to take the cheer leaders for granted They are at every game home or away But lf they mtssed one game therr absence would sttck out ltke a sore thumb Four of our cheerleaders are graduatlng this year after dorng a fme job Thelma Frrth thrs years captarn veteran of two seasons and her CYPCIICHCE and no how were rn many ways helpful to the newer grrls rn therr yob Irene Kiley Lorraine Krely and Bobble Flsher were all new thls year but the way 1n whlch they went at rt one would thtnk that cheerleadrng was therr ltfe occupatlon Another vet of last vear was Grnny Rota and her pep and sp1r1t were lxmttless throughout the year Lu c tlle Cuddles O Rlley and Mary Sprague were also new to the job l-ut after twhlle had the fans cheerlng for the gurls as well as the team Coverlng all I can say about our glrls was a plece ln the Boston Globe after our w1n over Hanover ln the Tech Tourney Stetson Ztegfleld Lacrobats were voted the best n the lourncy tor pep preclslon and poslttve ness Brother thems our cheerleaders HINGHAM BOWS TO STETSON Stetson 6 Hrngham 0 One two three four frve and brngol Thats the way thrngs vtent at Abrngton on September 16 1945 the date of the frrst South Shore Football amboree Before flve thousand thrlll el spectators who had previously WIIHCSSCJ four other games betvx een local footb 1ll squads Red Hoeg tosslng them from the fullbtcl-. YOSIIIOH completed the day wlth a 1000 ave rtge throwrng strlkes to Hess Connolly Lom bardl Green and the TD heave to jack Cal lahan Red s tosses stole the show and splen dld runnlng by George Connolly who made the longest mn of the lamboree a thrrty frve yard Jaunt that put Stetson ln scorrng terrltory featured the flrst perrod MIDDLEBORO BITES THE DUST Coach Al Farley of Mrddleboro had expectel the Stetson squad to run from a stngle wtns., and use .1 strong passtng attack as shown t week prevlous Coach Zapustus crossed thlngs up by havlng the boys break from a qutck T formatron whlch pald off as Walla Hess scored on runs of nlne and frfty one yards ack Cal lahan put both polnt afters through the cross bar to end the scorlng for the day Features of the game were the brllltant running of Hess and the l ne play of Mason and De Slsto who played a hard charglng and heads up game of a FOXBORO BECOMES THIRD VICTIM Stetson 19 Foxboro 0 The gtme played at Foxboro was fettured bv three spectacular Stetson scorrng plays The flrst came IH the frrst perlod when George Connc lly blazed thlrty frve yards for the score to put Stetson rn the van Callahan placed the ball for the polnt whrch proved valuable as Foxboro scored and mrssed the try for pornt and trarled 7 6 In the second perlod a bad center pass sarled over Hoegs head and the play looked llke a huge loss But Hess was left uncovered on the goal lrne and Hoeg spot trng Walla heaved a surprtsmg touchdown pass Wlth the score 13 6 joe Lombardr added slx potnts by taklng a short screen pass frcm Hoeg and lopmg slxty yards for the score behmd clearmg rnterference - 1 D, E 1 1 , 1 I I' H . 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I I , . 6 19 46 Page Forty thre 'Qf ffxfff OLIVER AMES TIES STETSON Stetson 6 Olrver Ames 6 XValter Chrlstenson Olrver Ames htlfbtck rntercepted a pass to flat and ran srxty yards to tre the ball game wrth two mrnutes to play Trymg for the pornt the Olxver Ames vrsnons of vlctory were shattered as Walla Hess raced rn and smeared an attempted lateral play for the pornt Wrth one mrnute remarnrng severxl long passes farled and the game ended wrth the score st1ll deadlocked DEVILS WALTZ OVER WHITMAN Stetson Sl Whrtman 6 Runnrng from a T formatron the Blue devrls had an easy trme of nt at Whrtman as Walla Hess shone scorlng on runs of seventy frve and seventy yards He also bucked rt across from one yard out Connolly scored frrst on a nrce run of thrrty frve yards Mac Sprague one of the most promrsmg freshman athletes chalked up a td from frve yards out to brrng the score to Stetson 3l Whrtman 6 STETSON EDGES ROCKLAND Stetson 6 Rockland O A huge crowd saw the boys add s1x polnts to therr lead ln the t1tle race when they edged Rockland 6 0 Rocklands llne surprrsed and the Devrls took to the arr to score therr only touchdown Red Hoegs pass to Walla Hess rn the second perrod resulted 1n the wrnnrng margln when Walla raced the remarnrng yards to the goal The lrne from end to end play ed a swell game haltrng the hard runnrng Rock land backs for no garns STETSON BELTS SCITUATE Stetson 76 Scrtuate O The srxth wxn of the season featured two thrngs One was the outstandlng runnrng of halfback George Connolly The other was the spectacular lateral plav from Callahan to Mason after a short pass that resulted rn a touchdown C eorge Connolly scored two runs on hrs expert runnrng plays after smashrng away at the Scrtu ate llnes for huge garns Mac Sprague also cored for Stetson But outstandmg play was the lateral from Callahan to Larry Mason on whrch the latter scored and whxch had the enemv completely at sea ust one of he coachs pet plays thats all HOT BLLJEDEVILS SMEAR CATHEDRAL Stetson 76 Cathedral O Walla Hess banged over for three touch downs and George Connolly streaked thrrty frve yards for a score to swamp old rrval Cathedral 76 O Anmmg for the brg gam w1th I-Ianover I-hgh the boys were tn a mood to play football as the whole team clrcked for long garns and seemed to be runnmg lrke a well oxled machlne ackre Callahan as usual tu over the conversnons STET ON GAINS TI'I LE Stetson I4 Hanover O Three thousand flve hundred fans stw a well orled football machrne rn the form of eleven blue md gold decked boys reel off a thrrllrng 140 vxctory over defendmg chtmpron Han over I-Ixgh snrp the visitors consecutrve wnn streak rt twenty frve games g n a chtmpronshrp ml wrlte flms to one of the most successful and thrrllrng football seasons 1n Eastern Massachusetts The Devrls knew rt was a champronshrp game and played to wm that champronshrp George Connolly half baclt powerhouse Larry Mason hard frghtrng end Arnold Makara watch charm guard Bmg Corey versatrle wrnger and back and oe Lona bardr Bluedevrl play caller were playrng therr last game for the Alma Mater and played rn sprred ball The flrst score came when Con nolly et up a pass play Hoeg to Hess which resulted rn a score and conversron Hard runnrng Connolly lateraled to oe Lombardl on thc three yard strrpe and oe carrred rt rnto the end zone for th second score The Devrls and Coach Zapustus had completed a wonder ful season won a champronshrp and grven the school the best season rn Stetson football hrstory ABC s OF STETSON FOOTBALL IS for Arnold our atom bomb guard IS for Brng whod always play hard rs the crown that the Bluedevrls won IS DeS1sto surpassed by none IS for energy when Sprague had to carry IS for frght who e model was Larry IS for Gallagher as mrghty as rock rs the hustle of Hurry and Hox rs for rnterest a posrtrve thrng rs for ackle our flashy rrght wrng rs for Kllcoyne defensrve whlz rs the leader that Connolly IS fo manager Pt rks s hrs n me rs for natronal rs IS our ftme the or mph our cheerleaders suoplxed IS for Pottsy glad hes on our slde for ouxlnty the subs are the story for Red and h1s passes to glory rs for Snoaae who knew how to call em ns the terror when Catfrsh would maul em rs untrrrng Cartw rrght and Dow rs for Vrctorv our seasons vow W ns for Walla that sw nvel hrpped streak marks the spot where foe fell each week IS for you our loyal fan Z rs for Zapustus best coach rn the land if , Q . - c - if K If . f. 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I I A 9 H ' Page Forty four 1 9 4 6 XTNQ Naf 'bfxk BASKETBALL ARDLY had the echoes of cheerrng for the great football team dred down when Coach Zapustus followed through wrth a fast hoop qurntet that went through the season wrnnrng eleven and losrng but three games Three varsrty regulars held over from last season formed the nucleus for the team At the forward spots were Kennre Stewart and Frank Dockendorff a couple of hardworkrng boys who specralrzed on off angle srde shots and layups Brg jack Callahan rn the prvot proved to be the mam trouble to the opposr tron wrth hrs sprnnrng bucket shots Stan Ferrrs and oe Lombardr handled the back court dutres very effectrvely and contrrbutecl greatly to the scorrng especrally on looprng long shots Meg Hoxre was the versatrle srxth man who proved rmaluable to the team A Sophomore combo of Hess Gaynor MacDon ald and Hurry gave the frrst strrngers relref and assrstance rn attarnrng therr formrdable rec ord Startrng slovs dropprng two out of therr frrst three games but catchrng frre and romp mg for erght strarght wrns before bowrng to undefeated Rockland Hrgh and then takrng the last two games rnto camp the team was rewarded wrth an rnvrte to the newly formed Class C rn the Eastern Massachusetts School boy Tournament at Boston Garden The boys were elrmrnated rn the second game by a Race horse Weston team after sarlrng over a frne Hanover frve and were justly rewarded by ac companyrng the football team to New York on the Aprrl vacatron Coach oe agarn deserves specral honors for the frne way rn whrch he handled hrs thampronshrp teams In basketball as rn foot ball teamwork and the wrll to wrn spelled the drfference between a great team and just a medrocre group of players Thrs sports year was rndeed a succssful one and one that wrll long be remembered an 55' ff ,MJ ga X735 .rf CATHEDRAL 28 STETSON 21 Decked rn brand new blue and whrte unr forms and sportrng flashy warm up jackets the frve took the court for the frrst game and lost 28 21 Makrng a desperate try rn the frnal two chapters to overtake a huge lead the club fell short of a vsrn when the clock ran out Stan Ferrrs led the assault rn a varn attempt to overtake Cathedral STLTSON 74 HINGHAM l5 'Ihe Devrls regrstered the frrst wrn of the ea on at the expense of Hrngham Hrgh jackre Callahan led the scorrng from hrs prvot spot but ewen rn vrctory the frve needed the drrve and teamwork that seemed to be absent from therr play 59359 BRAINTREE 64 STETSON 74 Fre uefrt defensrve lapses and faulty passrng proved the down fall of the frve as an alert and snappy Brarntree team took advantage of every break and caprtalrzed them rnto handrng the Devrls therr worst defeat of the year STETSON 30 MIDDLEBORO 75 Frnally the club seemed to frnd some of the talent rn rts ranks and break out wrth an excrt rng and close wrn over a hrghly rated Mrddle boro frve Stan Ferrrs and ackre Callahan found therr eyes to lead the club to the much STETSON 45 AVON 77 Insprred by therr upset wrn of Mrddleboro the Devrls took a frne Avon team rnto camp and drsplayed the best team play and shootrng of the year Ferrrs Callahan and Lombardr took scorrng honors to notch the thrrd vrctory STETSON 41 HOLBROOK 79 Kennre Stewart dropped them rn from all parts of the floor to overcome a frrst quarter lead rnd arded by jack Callahan rn the dyrng mrnutes led the Devrls to therr thrrd strarght wrn and fourth of the year Frnally the some thrng whrch had been lackrng rn prevrous games seemed to be rn the clubs system STETSON 44 CANTON 94 Romprng to a wrn over a green and rnex perrenced Canton club the Devrls were lookrng forward vsrth eagerness to the brg test of the eason the Rockland fray and had therr eyes on the Tech Tourney Class C rnvrte jack Cal lahan and Stan Ferrrs were the brg guns rn the attack and the entrre frve played brrllrant ball to cop the decrsron STETSON 38 STOUGHTON 20 The hot pace of the team was not slackened as they made rt frxe rn a row at the expense of Stoughton Hrgh joe Lombardr was the farr harred boy on the attack and the other four starters all were even wrth seven markers each Several of the subs rncludrng Gaynor Hess and Hurry showed to advantage wrth the var srty and played rated ball A - X ff, X Xys X, i h , D 1 .s , 6 N L L 6 T . a , . 2, ..., , ? ,Q , . .l . 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Y ' 7 5 I 9 945 P156 Forty fue STETSON 11 STOLC HTON 19 Pltyrng, 1 t1,g,11t b111 KCIITIC ln t11e frrst 1111f t11e speedy Stoughton fue held the Stetson boys 1e1e ll 1111f trme but 111 seeond st1nz1 ftfter 1 pep t11k t11e Devrls romped to 1n C151 seeond h1lf deersron 1ek C111'1111n nd loe Lomb1rd1 hlt double frgures ID the seortnf, IITC1 led the seeond 1111f spree STETSON 67 AVON 19 Beft re 1 pteked ho11se ll Axon H1511 the Blue-dexlls rm thelr urn strerk to seven rn row by sxvtmplng, the foe 1fter 1thr1111nl1, 1nd close frrst 111lf St1n Ferns 1nd 1ek1e C 11 l1111n led the seorrnp p1r1de xslth t11e entlre fue plurng lrke 1 group of eh1mps STETSON D7 CANTON 7 A3.,11n 11ek C11l1l11n 1nd St 1n Ferrls took t11e SCOFIDE honors 18 1 511116 C1nton elub fell be fore the hot Bluedes 11s As rn prexrous gunes throughout the se1son Stetson sus l1eld 1n eheek rn the frrst 1111f b11t broke forth 11 r1s of seorrng 1n the seeond 1111f to 11111 Clblly ROCK! AND 18 STETSON 19 After holdrng, the 1l1f.,l11y flylng, 11ndefe1ted Roeklmd fue vnhreh 1fterx11rds mon t11e C l1ss lyoffs 1n Teeh t 17 let If 1 the 11ek of reserves prow ed eostly IS the Dex 11s loxxed down rn the seeond hstlf to drop their frrst verdret 1n mne st1rts 38 19 The boys were not dlslppomted rn losmg, to Roeklmd eonstdered t11e best IH South S11ore erreles bllf xxou d lrke to plry th1t seeond 1111f oxer 15110 STETSON 40 SUMNER vw After the ure-some Roek11nd 1,1me t11e Dex 11s were tgnen 1 SCIFC trultnf., Sumner mth three ITIIHLIICS to p11y v 11 But t11en they Clllalll frre 1nd seored nrne str115,ht pornts holdrng, Sumner eoreless to cop the tenth wrn of the e1son oe Lombqrdl 1nd Stem Ferns from t11e1r glllffel posrtnons were the bu, norses tl1e 1tt1elC STETSON 18 HINGHAM 77 Wrth Hrngham 1e1d1ng 16 to 11 qt the half thmgs looked dark for Stetson But IU the see ond 11l1f t11e boys m1de the meshes smg 1nd romped to t11e 11st urn for the re1,1111r se1son Ioe Lomb lI'Cll 1nd 1ek Cs11l1h1n uded by St 1n Ferrts led the eomebrtck to w1n Now we XK1lfCCl for 1 Tech 1nv1te STETSON RECEIVES TECH TOURNEY INVITE WITH II 3 RECORD Our 53011 of the se1son sms 1eh1exed A 1nv1te to E1stern Mftss 1ehusetts Sehoolboy B15 ketb1ll To11rn1ment Co 1eh YIPUSCLIS 111rd work h1d pued off 1n1 t11e boys were to open xsrth H1nover High IS o11r frrst opponent STETSON 41 HANOVER 34 St1rt1ng f1st 111th Kenme Stexmrt dropp1t1 tn fue treught pomts 1nd St1n Ferrrs t1k1ng, oxer to seore SIX more before the perrod sms oxer the Dewrl took th 1r flrst eneounter on the Boston Cnrden bonds Seemtngly 1t home 1n the SPACIOLIS luout th elub looked f1ne and t11e shootrng 1nd PWSSIHQ WIS 1bove LISLI11 S we moved rnto the semr f1n1ls where we were ILIMINATFD WESTON 78 STFTSON 77 Shovung ccmplee rexersal of form the 1NC'Nl1S were e11m1n1ted by 1 fISI r1ce horse Weston outfrt thwt e11p1t1l1zed on 111 seorlnr ehmees to vun The frve were defrmtely off Il1C'II' usml g1me IFIC1 fllllly PISSIUE., 1nd 1n1b11 rty to er1ek the Westcmn Lone proxed eostly ID the end St111 vnrn or lose If was 1 grand season and due to the efforts of our Cof1eh we made .1 ch1mp1onsh1p seftr out of 1 med1 oere season One that 11111 long be remem bered 1n Stetson hrstory 1 1 1' ' '- ' Gif: f -e-fx, ,I Q! , , , . 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KILEY f 'i . , . , . , . l Football Team Fzrrt Rau ohn Hurry McDonald Sprague Roddy Dow Robert Cartwrrght Setond R014-Charles Lenard jack Callahan Joseph DeS1sto George Hoeg Capt George Connolly joseph Benjamrno Robert Marconr Robert Burroughs Arnold Makara Tbml R011 Mgr Ralph Simmons Phrlrp Hawkins Gardner Smrth Robert Hoxre rmes Krlcoyne Robert Corey lawrence Mason Rrchrrd Porter Coach JOSEPH ZAPUSTUS Ruth Wrllrampork Prrscrlla Swrssehard Shrrley Hotfreeze Mary Ketchem Frank Wharffendorff Gerald Chewgum Blrbara Threesrckle Maureen Sadnerther Helen Donatruck George Garson Arthur Smashem Luulle Nortlanves WHAT IF IT WERE Imtead of Brllmgham Blanchard Colburn Cotter Dockendorff Drmkwater Forsythe Gaynor Donovan Greer Hashem Haskms Prrscllla HlSWOm1U Arnold Lrpstlck Dorothy Cauty Ralph Johnson Mary Lager oseph Pencrlpound Lorrame Mrmr Ruth Truckbed john Admonrshron jean Steelburck I mtead 0 Herman Makara Moeller Olson Porte Pentleton Toczco Van Cott Warner Woodford Paul Flanagan 47 g -A a w y . - Q l 7 I .7 ' I 3 9 ' 7 7 , . ,li ' ' . , - ' , 1 , ' '. . . , ,, , ' ' Barbara Speedings . 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