Technical High School - Techtonian Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

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BUFFALO TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL THE TECHTONIAN YEAR BOOK PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE BUFFALO TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL fs , if ' ' '1 En L x 'X I RICHARD R DRY Prlnclpal nfmxww C GORDON RYTHER Asslstant Prlnclpal THE YEARROOK OF THE CLASS OF 1943 IS DEDICATED TO TECH MEN SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES. MAY THEIR COUNTRY RICHLY CAIN BY THEIR SACRIFICE, DEVOTION AND CAL- LANTRY. I ln -O, Cx if S . , A 73: :fax ..,-. X . PER . X 'f'2., S , mp? 3 - ff. ,Q5'..:'.7, Q -. - if 3 HJ-,!'5',',-' -in ' 422- '- .af !'x.'?,,.. N. E ' ,Bam c' '2-, r' - c. . , a. ' P P 4 Y- rg E E . i. I I' 2 L F E' E P k I 5 A, 1 E 1 51 5 L T , 'L 12' Q . . 51.'1.? .. - .FQ k if ,Q F' r X . x 1 ah li. wg A it 71 ,. L- -' 1 , - -,-g.. W , - .17 . . I '7. -J' -' ' .' 1 T-1' A "'!'c'l'? I .-ff' ' , - 2'- - -,,., h -:-5: . ,.. Q fi' 43:15, ' ,,-. .-.-...-..-4. .5 Q ,. J,"- A 1 2 . 1 , A .x I - . '-. -.,-P" T 1, . ,, ' :K R11 . 5: .'-i Lifssfi . f I- I ' -v . 96.7 .lst ' ., .4 ,f '. 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' . -59' .. -7 S 5,17 5 6 1 THE FACULTY OF BUFFALO TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL RICHARD R DRY GORDON RYTHER Prmclpal Asslstant PFIIICIPHI NIARIF B EISIII R ELLANOR ROTENSTEIINER Adnumstratnc Asslslant Secretary MARK LI RIII A ROTY MARY BROW 'V Secretars War Industrles 'I raining Program Substitute AdIIllIllSlI'3tlVC Assistant RLTH NI HOFI' NI AW LORI' TTO M MCDOINNELL Cafeterla Manager X zfwvpog, 3 'Yew Nurse DAVID E ALLEN Blathematlcs LEO R ANDRIJS Sclence CARL C ALNIER Draftmg and DCSIgll CLARA If BACI I Y Mathematlts CI ARLNLI II BI NSMAN Science .LIlgIlSIl EDW ARD I Bl UFHER Metal ALEX R BIRNIE 'Vletal CALY IN C BISHOP Drafting and Design LOLIS BLEICH Draftlng and Deslgn WILLIAM BLOf'Ix Sclencc EUCLINL W BOI LER Drafting and Dtslgn W ILLIAM C BR AL 'N Phvslcal Lducatlon ANINA T BROOIXS Soclal Sclence HONIER C BROOIXS Sclence LUELLA M BROOKS Advertlsmg Arts .IOH N W BL RKH ALTER Draftlng and Deslgn ALLEN A BL RNS Scxence M IRY IINC CIIRISW LI L Mathematlcs ADINA E HALLORAIN Llhrarlan MILDRED I CORNELL AdVCrtlSlHg Arts HARRY .I CUDINEY Wood DELLA NI CLTTING Socxal Sclencc WILLIAM D DALBBRT Wood AUBREY C DAYMAN Metal Mathematlcs .IOHN E DORMEYER Bletal GRACE DRLAR Mathematics DOROTHY S ERISMANN Enghsh HELEN D F AVLN M athemaucs I fa .IOHIN .I GALVIIN Draftlng and Deslgn ALBERT L GEINTSCII Advertlsmg Arts GEORGE GILBERT Wood LEWIS GOODMAN Phy SICHI Educatlon EDWARD D COTTSCH Php SIC I Educatlon DOROTHY W CRAUER En hsh .IO EPH .I CRLBER Sclence ALBERT K HAAS Phw slcal Educatlon ELILABETH E HLALY Speech Correetnon K I . . 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Dry PHOTOGRAPHY Albert E bentsch Anna T Brooks Gerald Borchard Raw mond Cook Anthonw De Joseph I' rederlck Forde Paul Gregoire Art Ldltor Ceor e Rentsch Gera d Borchard Ray mond Cook Robert Orth EDITORIAL Julia C. Murray CIRCULATION I llen C Ilerhhs I Florence Klmmlns PHOTO STAFF Hrucm Ilaxske Darwin Horst VC awland Johnson Robert Orth George Rentseh Robert Rledel and 'Norman Scott ART STAFF Norbert W ozmak Ast Art Editor VC ay land Johnson Russell I acantl V llham Y an llalntl Donald Zlmmerman EDITORIAL STAFF Ray mond Cook Garnet Johnston Paul bentlle W esley Scott human Scott CIRCULATION STAFF 1 fhester Sadlo Rlchard IJ FCIIZICMSICI Robert V lute ,Iohn Nlerrmeather Eugene Stroka Hows ard Propster Frank I'esta Albert Jones Wllham Skmner I arl Blatz Samuel Bonfantl Donald Pfohl Donald Cz rnlak Dowle Daughtrs Robert Blaszczwk Theodore C IIFIIIICS Donald Laton Rlehard Rlehlhammer XIICIIHFI Xvanvato Augustus Bruno Anthonx Xqullma V xlham DLLTCIS Ldv ard lxenngott Robert llessler john Larusch 101 ......................,...,,. 1 ' , ' I: 1 Y ' 102 .,....... ..........,........... ' ' , ' , ' ' 10" ....,.... ...,.....,.....,.....,. H ' , ' 108 ......... ........ ...... 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' ' , 1 0-20" ef' 0 Infornlatlon Please :-iq Consultation N less Produc tion '3 6 'hh el' 1? ks-1' Edl tors But, Stuff' Wlur Der W atch the Blrdle' Now Wlv Idea J COM E CEME T ODE X 1 haw attalnul the fvoal tt 1 o tarlx tt hcfort u Better to prvpare UQ later to gam Our asplratlona In hfe K- me -tand upon the thrf--hold Xml S60 tht trouhlcfl world f onhdfnu tnulopi IIN 'or Tuh has tauf 1t u ln lllf'HI lux NldI'N Self awuranu Xml ssc' shall rc 111f'111lu r the 1 I PNSOIIS ol our xouth V P haw' take ll hbcrallx of her Slull Ixnowlulfft and love-r So that 111 Itbllllllff xvars W 0 Ilf't"fl not lf ar lor tht quahtx Ol our lahors ldl vu max not ahuw tht tonflt tntf 11 1 ao llld4'lldllllIl0llH x nwtmsm su prax Hut rtpax htr manx fold In the form of laurel- lht flIlC g1lt She gave DmhtQ ol our xouth XX 0 are rc atlx a- lmflts tlllHl0l'IlldIlN1 tramm :whale u r su XX ork or lwht o UD 0 t ll L tmost Nlanx will lout the Qtruvrfc lw0IJI'0SlI'N1 tho wax ol llfe Of MlllCll ltllll So muth a part N as htr strc nffth thc ll llttonlt our- lor me shall mf-fl thc Strc ngth ol our south V0 lean our Uma Nlatffr, now In bodx But thrrv -hall rvmam wuthm these halls bllvnt, obscure IJCIWHQIXC1, 501110 of our -pmt muth of o11r south VH muit lcap from thf- flaw and drvama Of hoxhoorl lo the rtalm of war and the tall of arms, I llxt thc am It nt pmt Non of arm and the man , XM must sung Hut we SlldllI'l"IIl?Il1lJPI' lhcse dats of our xouth' RXYNIOND J COOK 1 1 11, .' 1 1 P , 'I'-'I 5 -' ' sf 2 s, A' - I' 1. . gl S, . K. . 1 1 1,1 .Q . . E, , A I l' .Y ' AN -11 1' 5 1 l ' 11. 11 .V . 1. 1. .1 'I'-'l. 'F' ' fl' l-.' 'l. " 11 I Us L' Y n 'Xml wt- Shall FPIIIPIIIIJPF thvsv fri' .S 1 l' . x l . . g I1 ' ' ' ' tlo. 11.1 ., If tt 7 C 4 ' f - ' rrll 1. S rl .- 1 L. 1 P 1 tl ' ' 1 V l S . W. . is "1 4 1- A - , .1 . ' Il A' A 1 1 . 1' 1 1 l H Y S , . " ' V , ,, .L 4, A v O .1 4 J P '- 'ara' -ul, . mill! a,'j .X : . . s z A v ' x J .X - I H . ,. ' t I "Nd "vu-.:,.-, -V Y - .. , - K1 A - v- - .A ' ' ,., 1- 1. .99-I' W' - - -.. '-T""""'1"' "'f""f,'.f7'....'l. .Li r.. SENIORS THE COLOR G ARD W7hen m 1917 the United qtates 1nt1r1d lllt flrwt XX orld V1 ar, th1 IldlI'l0ll'lll of the Tech students shoved ll36lflIl IlldIlN utdl 11 .uw lt N115 thtn, 11 l1e11 tht fersor was at Its llCl0'llt that the Salute to the f olors, the L1TtIll0IlN Nllllll opens our a- bembhes, has extabllbhed Since that 111111 th1 llllllllltl' of th1 Color l111.1rd who carry ln the flags, has lIlCI'C3SCd a11d the Illilll01l of llll 1r w1lPf'll0ll has been Nldlltl ardlzed but tht quality of the boxs Ntllffltll lld-1 11ot llldllntll l1l11 those f'l1U't ll to enter our arm1d GFVICPH, thew must bt phws11.1llx and 1111 ntdllx 111 111 IM Iltldlllt and des oted to their task 1 1 1 Jr ,11ar1 .1r1 1 111-111 .1 111l of lllfll' Jun 1ar hw a drf'1 delllty itjlllllllllfl from .1 UTUIIID of 11 11111 111111 I1 C111 1 10111 IN tl1e1r eldssrllates lllls method ensuru th1 1l11 tlon of hos- who, Clllrlllff tl1re1 x1.1rN of work at lqeeh, haw' earned the C0llfl1lfIlf'1 and .approval of both their fellow can produce, a11d ll IS seldom mde1d that an IIIIWSOTIIIN 1ho111 IN 111.1111 1, nueh CON1l1d POBIUOII C.1rr11s Vllll 11 lllllll .1 111 .1 1r1111ff1x 'sJ0llSllllllly as 1s1ll as 1o11or 'lht lwndrd 11111-1 lt r1.11N dl .1 lllll1N 1110111111111 111 1, dSSlllIlll5 and to pr1s1rve 1'dr1f11llx tl11 fld fs 11111 11 .1r ll d11lll0Il 1 mfy 1l11 lltlfflll 1113 o1111px 15 1111111111111 1 111 1h1 and g1111 ral Illdlllllltwi s lort mn-1 1llN 1 .11 11111 1 lt nl x no 1 1 11.11 lt r xx lu wure Chosen lh1 11.111t1f11l l1o11or IDIIIN IIF1'-I n111l at 1 I1 lllll of1l11lr ltrlll T1 1,SldCIlCC that they have fulfilled lllell' trust ' . . 'U , , .1 -- - .Y T .3 I V I S . A" 'I' A' l "l'. ll " ' l 4 -' . 77 l I I 3 'l'h - eif l1t ll1'llllJ1'l'S of the Sflllt 1' ' l ' - 'l .' ' ' 1 the 1- -' ' ior F5 y. I- I. D, ff . ' .. . lg 'f .. .. yi. ,S .ll .1 lie ' 1 1 - 1 1 - 7 X ' 1 - , - . Q . , - ' - - i 1 - ,1 1 students and their teachers. The resulting group I'1'IlI't'Sf'lllS the best that Vl10Clllll1'2:ll Th- 1 , - 'H r " ' ' ' ' '-s -s -Il -S 1 ' 'I-,C re- th' " , - ,' - 'px l -' . I ' Il' ' ,111-11111151 dig ' ' ' "U I f' -2 J' l ' ' ' -I llllIN'lll'llllf. 1lilig1-111-1-. 1l1-pe li 'lily ' r - ' ' ' 1.'.'-fe i11 sl Q '.'1l'. ' is - li tl s- I ' l'1'w fo hi1-I1 tl e, ,lo ' . . I.. ,' . H. THE COLOR GUA ,.,.f--' Back Row-Joseph Jamieson, Richard Goerke, Howard Weber, Anthony De Joseph, George Rentsch Front Row-George Limburg, Earl Daily. Horst Klussmann SENIOR OFFICERS Qeaaqef fleniifdn PREQIDENT fuqzfn 0 jamaica VICE PRESIDEN I' Zim-fm! M 71140144 Qalmel' 0 fafzwlloa aww, f quam SELRETARY TREASI RER SGT AT ARMS 44645 R Bwumm ASST ECT AT ARWIQ Za! R fb My W ALEDIC TURIAN Paul 7 Banya Glenna!! Sdwuxfz' Pad! Guide HISTORI AN LAWYERS Qmali Z Baacfzaful famed 8 Jfelbucfn Raqmanlf Geek PRUPHILTS POET O I, . 0 O - I I w L, I O I a'. I c L 7 u'. ' , 0 O I 0 I 1 I O 0 O I SENIOR COUNCIL Standing: Roger Stief, Eugene Garigen, Gerald Borcherd, Jack Brindley, Daniel Pentasuglio, Anthony De Joseph, Glenn Schmidt. Seated: Garnet Johnston-Treasurer, Joseph JamiesongVice President, George Rentseh-President, Edward homas-Secretary, Frank Brosemer-Ass't Sergeant-at-Arms, Arthur Graham-Sergeant-at-Arms Knot picturedj President-GEORGE RENTSCH Vice President-JOSEPH JAMIESON Secretary-EDWARD THOMAS Treasurer-GARNET JOHNSTON Assistant Treasurer-RICHARD GOERKE Sergeant-at-Arms-ARTHUR GRAHAM Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms-FRANK BROSEMER Eugene Garigen Daniel Pentasuglio Jack Brindley Gerald Borchard Glenn Schmidt Roger Stief Anthony De Joseph The Senior Council is composed of the Senior officers and an elected representative from each course including one from the Fourth and Fifth Year Electrical students making a total of fourteen council representatives. It is the duty of the Senior Council to select a class prophet, poet, historian, and lawyer, and to provide an adequate social program for the Senior Class. Included in the social program was a skating party held on the twenty-ninth of January, which proved to be a great success, and a Senior Prom at Kleinhans Music Hall on the twenty-fifth of May, the evening of class day. The students of the Senior Class cooperated exceptionally well with the Senior Council in ro- moting activities for aiding the War effort. As an example of this: thirty-five seniors donated bibod to the American Red Cross Blood Bankg Gerald Borchard, Arthur Stefanik and Russell Vacanti helped with the printing of posters for the Red Cross Blood Bank to stimulate people to donate their blood. Over 3111.11 in bonds were purchased by the Seniors, and many Seniors brought scrap to contribute to the scrap metal drive. The Senior Council wishes to express its gratitude to the advisers of the Senior Council, Mr. Andrus, Mrs. Brooks, Mr. Dry, Miss Flavin, Miss Heilihy, and Miss Schultz, who were greatly responsible for the success of the Senior Program. We are grateful for the opportunities that have been offered to us at Tech in preparing us for life. Whether we continue our education in college, go into industry, or serve in the armed forces, we, the class of '43, shall endeavor to maintain the high standard that Tech expects of her sons. 8 THE PRE IDE T DDRESS 0 CLASS D Y As class day IS one of the happlest days of thls last year, so IS lt one of my most enjoy able prlvl leges to be able to extend to parents, faclllty, and fellow students the cordlal welcome of the class of l943, to these tradltlonal exerclses W e trust they may rove as entertalnln to you as they are l bl P g p easura e to us Class Day at Technlcal IS the one oecaslon ln our four years of hlgh school that unltes parents, f8Cl1llS and students It ls a day of elatlon for every one The class Wflll Prophecy, HISIOTS, Poem, and lf aledlctory are expresslons of genlal satlsfactlon and buoy ant hope It befits us on sueh a day to assert realllratlon of our lndebtedness to our parents for thelr ceaseless, devoted gllllldlltt alld care Thelr many years of hope and effort have reached a blossom lng, lf not a flowerlng and we are grateful sometlmes lnartlculately, sometlmes unconsclously for the opportunltles and advantages wlth whlcll they have labored to endow us May the complete frultlon of thelr hopes be as lofty as the ldeals whlch lnsplred thls parental sollcltude The faculty of Technlcal has bent ltS earnest endeavor to carrv out the asplratlon of the parents, that thls class mlght emerge enllvhtened, appreelatlve of the WlSd0m to be found ln books, consclous of the dlgnlty of labor, and equlpped wlth honorable prlnclples as well as knowledge Mav thls preparatlon be the basls, for useful, happy llvlng Though class day lb one of joy ous entertalnment at the close of hlgh school careers, we cannot lgllore the tense atmosphcre of the world or the fact that there lb serlous work ahead hven now there are many absent who normally would be Mltll us but who have already enllsted ln the armed forces of our coulltry 'Way these not be forgotten In the Army , Irvlng Barone John Greene George Lvans I eon Hauclt Howard Heyy son Ldwln J8Slx0Wldlx Ill the Navv, John ClpflCll Charles Dolan How ard Foster In the All' Corps, Charles Hansen In the Coast Guard, llarold Mueller Arthur Konopa Verl Lawson George Ponlvas D0mlDlC Pullafito lr dward RClChCfl George Weser Charles Genovese Fred GOChFlg Andrew Krafehak lhese Tcch men have dtemed ll a better llllllg to do, to go to war IH defense of thls country than to complete tllelr 'wLll00llllg wlth us W Illl hundreds of past students they c ry the mlghty delnoc ratle lI'ddlll0IlS of our yrreat country to every far flung battle front It seems strange th the former classmates Nllll whom we sang, talked studled, ate, and play ed should be undertaklng a new fierce task the game of war But they are well equlpped, as we shall be when, after a brlef lapse of tlme, we shall stand wlth them ready to fight, and perhaps to dle, slde by Slde wlth them, ln a duty lnore lIIlpClllIllT than any other We, the carefree student- of yesterday the men of today and the 50ltll0l'b ot 'omorrow reallze ollr I'Lbp0ll5lblllIlf'n as we fan a yy orld at war It IS for us to flght tllat there may be freedom from want, and froln fear freedom of speech allfl rellglon Whlill wc have all enjoy ed Nlay these flOllI'lSll ln the world of peace IOIIIUITOVS, Wll0ll ll?lIl0I racy has V3IlqlllSllCCl tyranny, when chrlstlan ldeals are released from the opprcsslon of pagall yandals But today let us parents faculty , and fellow students, share the revelrv of Class Dav and enjov the wholellearted merrllnent lnstltuted by anclent scholars GEORGE ,I RENTSCH 9 " . . .. 'Y I 'Y . . , l v' l I . . V . , Y , A p . . . .Y . I . 'Vs . nl Us 1 V s u a I ' C l . L I I 1 .1 D 1 Y w 1 . Robert ,lahn Arthur Swistalaki Q' .' Y v'. - V1 ' ' , I .' ' l 'D .. . . .l 'if .' l .', l 1 g , U U . .i l , ' 'C E ' W - Y , ' r f L, -9 , ' v 0 'i . f . V , . . H, D U- . 4 , tl ll .Y L -ls l I ", , . l, ' A c . v 1 D , - v 1 1 V" I I 'r ." ' . I . ' n' , C. I' 1 A . ' v ' l I l L LEDICTORY " 'Tls educatlon forms the common mmd Just as the twlg IQ bent the tree s lnelmed Mc Xander Pope Thls famous quotatlon of Alexander Pope reveals the reason why we haye spent over the last decade of our hy es ln school Our parents and contemporaries haye meant us to Grow tall and stranvht m mmd and body Thls purpose was most easily aeeomphshed by compulsory educatlon But now thls era comes to Its conclusion At last we are to be freed from sehool routlnc s W nth confidenc e we welcome this new phase of hfe awaltlng us Our past years here at Tech have been spent ln study and preparation work and play, all ht tlng us for thls new freedom W e thank the many persons responslble for the IIl0llldlIl0' of our char acters, the formlng of our personalltles and the clevelopmv of our ITllIlflN and bodies To our teachers we owe a debt of gratitude Their work has benefited us greatly and wall proye invaluable to lls ln the hfe ahead We thank our parents for all they hayc done for us W lthout their love their faith and their dreams of our future, ll might not haye been worth the tllllt and cncrgy But now we must say farewell It ls wlth regret that we leave Tech No more shall we hear the buoy ant footsteps ln the halls No more shall we hear the rmvlng laufrhter and c hc erful y on es through her corridors But the memories of our llfe here will go wlth us to be ehernshed and treasured as time creeps on scatter like chaff ln the wmd but they wlll all lead to the placc where cac h of u-. c an bc of Urc atc st serytce W e reahze that we are hvlng ln a time of unc ertalnty and danver that our country nec ds us and we are determlned to help her to the best of our dlJllllX All of us the bookworms the athlc tes the scholars and the ploddc rs, wlll be serylng the natlon ln lts fight for vu tory Somc of Us wlll contmue our studies at college Others will vo to lndustry to produce thc vltal goods ncc ded for the war effort Some will work ln the business world but the majority of us will cnter the armed forces to fight for our country dlrectly After the day of total ylctory comes, as It must, and we complete the task of rebulldlng the world, then we will return to our peaceful way of hvxng Four years ago to day was just a dream but now the tune has arrayed to say farc well to our classmates and faculty We will always remember thc m nn thc llfe bc fore u To Fcch our Uma Mater, may we always remaln loyal and faithful whnlc we strnyc to reach our goal ln lnfc EARL R DXILX K . . , . . ,, , v n A ' 1 V A . Y . E Y . C . '. . Y V . K . A. "V y. x I h . s D .i .. .' . I l . I Y v . i l l l ' .' . . c. , ' U D ' 3 - ' r.. g . l Q. ' L l 'I '. . , , .. , f , f l ' In six months or a year from now we shall have become widely' separated. Uur footsteps will ' ' u . v. - Y. I I I l V B la M Y ua I 11 L' , , ,U , , , . y D . . cf- ' f . ' ' . v. 7. ' . Y. . 1 . h , i i . c, , . , . O ' . , . ' lv ' - m ' mf I I -7 1 : '. " .3 , - , s. ' , .- ' ' v '- 1 . ' 1 . Y l 1 ' V1 it l 1 . ' 5 0 I 1 'YW su. , 14, . 1, 1 gap-m1j:,fg:,W C . .I .... . .. I l as-215 5, .Q d ANIBROSE. FRANK .-X.-.JE 5th Year Council, Tech Radio Guild, '39-'40, Monitor 'LH-'-12, Honor Roll 131 ANIBROSI' THSDDPI S CP Accordlan Rand 39 ANCRISANO, MICHAEL C.-CI' Monitor '41-'-12 BAGAROZZO, PASQl'ALEfNI Tech Dramatic Club '10-'I-2, 'ilu Delta '41-'42, Tech Engineer 541-'42, Intra-mural Baseball 'fil- '42, Tech Drum Corps 'I-0-'-I-I, Honor Roll Q31 BETZER, ROBERT ,I.-NI Mu Delta '42-.4-3, Honor Roll BIRK, WILLIAM J.-CI' Astronomy' Club '39-'43, IIonor Roll C161 his BLAIR, ALAN ILWBDC Honor Roll Q31 IILATNER, RICHARD I'.-E 'Il-ch Electrical Society '12-'13 BONNER, DONALD E.-BDC Senior Ili-Y '11-I, Track '40, Moni- tor '41-'42 BORCHARD, GERALD E.4AA Student Council, Dramatic Club I. Pres. 'I-I-712. Roll Call Base- ball. Basketball, Fall Revue '39- ifll, Photo Staff Techlonian '13, Ilonor Roll BOSCH, FREDERICK W.4C Chemistry Club '40-711. Chess Club, '40-'I-3, Collectors Club, I4-I-Q-1-2 BRAYBIAN, FRANKLIN A.-AA BRINDLEY, JACK E.-BDC Senior Council, Building Design Society '41-'42, Christmas Play '39-'42, Dramatic Club 'Il-'42, Treas. '42-'43, Tech Radio Guild '40-'41, Fall Revue '-I0-'-I-3, Foot- ball Nlgr. '42, Basketball Ass't Mgr. '43, Track Squad '39-'-1-0, Honor Roll H21 BROSENIER, FRANK R.-CI' Senior Asst Sgt.-at-Arms. As- tronomy Club '41-'43, Senior Ili-Y 'II-2-'43, Dramatic Club 'Il- '42, Tech Revue '41-'12, Tech Engineer '42, Honor Roll C51 BROWNING, CHARLES E.-IC Tech Chess Club '38-'39- BLERCER, PAUL 'Il."CP Band, Urchestra '40-'1-2, Advertis- ing Staff Year Book '-1-3, Honor Roll CSD, Class Historian Bl'RCll.ALEWSKl, RICHARD A.AM Mu Delta '42-'43, Intra-mural Baseball '42, Honor Roll C85 BPRTON. HARVEY A.-RUC -A V Roll Call Baseball '-10-'11, Monitor A Q .4 il-0-'ll, llonor Roll V r W igsfiaff'-2 BLSHARDT, A. KENNETHAIC Tech Chemistry Club 71-0-'ll-l, lntra-mural Baseball and Basket- ball '4-3. CAIN, DEAN T.-M I CAMERON, NELSON C., JR.-CP Tech Senior Hi-Y 71-l-'-1-3, Honor Roll fl2D CAMPANELLA, NIICHAEL W.-BDC Sgt.-at-Arms Junior Hi-Y '40-'41, Senior Hi-Y '4l-'ll-2. Monitor '40- '4-2, Honor Roll C31 CARRLBBA, JOSEPH-4E CAVALLARI, ALBERT-CP Tech Rollers '-ll-71-2, Tech Drum Corps 'fl-I-'42, Intra-mural Foot- ball, Baseball and Basketball, Baseball Squad '40, Honor Roll C43 ' CAYALIERI, ANTIION Y NI.-4E Tech Amateur Radio Assoc. "LU- '-l2, Tech Electrical Societv '12- '-l-3, Vice-Pres. 'l-2-'13, Kappa Sigma Phi 71-2-713, lntra-mural Basketball, Baseball and lfootball CIPRICII, JOHN-IC Jr. Hi-Y '40-'-I-l, Sr. lli-Y '41-'12, Collectors Club 711-'42, Orchestra '41-'42, Track Squad '42, Swim- ming Squad '-1-l ClRBl'S, JOSEPH J.-Nl Mu Delta '40-'43 COFFE Y, MELVIN J.-5E Monitor '39-'42, Electrical So- ciety '40-'41 FOLI-INIAN, ll0Bl'Ili'l' J.--NI Avronau rival Soviely '39-'10 f'00K, RAYMOND J.-'AA Tevll lfllgillvvr 'Al-2-'-13, Hdilor '1-2, 'l'rar-k S nael '10, Photo Staff, Art Stag and lfmlilorial Staff, 'l'01'hloniau '43, llonor Roll 1 1 osn, mrrrzn L.-IC 5' 1 football Squad '12, Roll Call llaskvllnall '39-'12 l09'l'l'Il,l,0, RICIIARII Nl. -llllll lntra-rnural llusvball '12, 'Nlonilor 'I-l-7121, Honor Roll QU l"l'ER, 'l'lM0'l'IIY ,I.-Hi Terll Jllllilll' Ili-Y '40-'4l, Track Squad '41, Cross Counlry '1-ZZ-'1-3, lnlra-mural Baseball, .ll-'12, Honor Roll CU KIKRNI-ICKI, RAYMOND C.-IC Sophomore Class Treasllrrr, Intra- mural Haskrthall -10-'I-I, Honor Roll Q55 LY, I-1.-KRL ILJCI' G 1 Yalvdicloriun, Ili-Y '1l-A12.Sgl.- l al K 'VAU N1 nilm '1l'1'i '-A-rms 1.-.,, o mr -., Color Guard, llonor Roll Q22 LJ DI PIRRO, JOSEPH A.-BDC Hi-Y '39-'40, Debate Club '39-'40, Track Squad '40-'41, Football Squad '11-0-'41, Major '-I-l-'43 POLAN, CHARLES J.-5E Monitor '40-'42, Jr. Hi-Y '39-'40, Electrical Society '40-'41, Track Squad '39-'40, Swimming Squad '40 DOLIHS, JOHN A.-Cl' Cross Country Squad 'I-I-'12, Track Squad 1-0-'ll, Major '-1-2, Honor Roll Q31 DVCIINICK, STANLEY L.fAA Art Library '4l-'12, Cross Country Squad '-12, Honor Roll fl-D Dl'l':NCFl'iLlll'lll.. .IOIIN S.-li Acronautical Socicl y i 10-' I l , Trcasurcr 'all-'12, Amateur Radio Association '10-'12, lilcctrical So- ciety 'fll-71-2, Secretary '12-'13, Monitor 'el-l-'12 Dl'Kli, CAHNIINE .Lili lflectrical Society 'll-'-1-2, Treas- urer '42-'13, Chess Club 'I-l-'12, Amateur Radio Association 'ill- '-I-2, Track Squad 'LO-'-ll, lntra- mural Football 'fll, Monitor '40- '4l, Honor Roll QU DLNZ, ROBERT F.-Nl Mach. Des. Society '42-'-l-3, Honor Roll f3l e5?a'5if'j ECK, L. RAYMOND-NI Mach. Des. Society "1-3-'42, Intra- mural Football '4l, lntra-mural Baseball 'fl-2, Football Squad 'fl-2, Monitor '40-'4-l, Honor Roll UQ 1 EUSANIO, ENIIL N.-NI Aeronautical Society '39-'4l, Hon- or Roll Q21 FLENIING, WH-XLTER J.-Cl' Hi-Y '40-'4l, Monitor ,4l, Foot- ball Major '42, Honor Roll QU FLETT, GEORGE-E FORSTICR, AIITIILH G.-li lli-Y '-1-2-'l3, Monitor '4l, Stage lilectrician '42-'43 FOSTER. HOWXKRDANI Aeronautical Society 'Al-0-'l-l, Hon- or Holl Cl, FRANCLENIONT, ROBERT E.-Nl Dramatic Club '40-'41, Mu Delta '42-'43, Intra-mural Football '40, Baseball '42, Basketball '43, Track Squad '41-'Ll-2, Fall Revue '40, gllgristmas Play '4-0,1 Honor Roll 1 8. 5 62? FRVI SCIII, ROBERT T. Nl Mu Delta '42-'43, lntra-mural l"ootball.'4l-'42, Basketball 'll-'42 Fl CHS, ROBER1 -YE Ilonor Roll GAISER, RUSSELL M .-CI' Electrical Societ '39-'4l, Tech Rollers '41-'42, Ili-Y '39-'40, Sec- retary Kappa Sigma Phi '42-'43, Track Squad '39- 4-0, Color Guard Stage Electrician, Honor Roll C501 GARIGEN, EUGENE A.AM Senior Council, Mu Delta '41-'43, Ka :pa Si ma Phi '42-'43, Foot- ball Squag '40, Basketball Squad '43, Major '41-'42, Swimming Squad '40, Ma'or '41-'42, Intra- mural Baseball and Basketball '40-'42, Advertising Staff '39-'40 GENTI LE, PAUL L.-Cl' President of Sophomore Class, Senior Class Lawyer, Kappa Sig- ma Phi '4l-'42, Yice-president '42-'43, lntra-mural Basketball, Baseball, Football '4-l-'42, lidi- torial Stalif, Techtonian '43, Tech linginecr '41-'-1-2, llonor Roll U61 GI BSON, N ELSON C.-Cl' Band, Orchestra, Dance Band '39- '-l3, Techtonian Staff '40-'12, llonor Roll Cllj - CODIS RAYMOND A .!Cl' Ilonor Roll fl Sl Qt GOICHRIG, FREDERICK-E COERKI-1, RICHARD F.-CP Senior Council, Dramatic Club '40-'-ll, Sgt.-at-Arms 'll -'I-2. lli-Y 'il-'43, Kappa Sigma Phi 'll-'l-2, Treasurer -12-'43, Color Guard, Honor Roll C21-J COSNI-IY, .IOSI-Il'Il R.f-BDC Football Squad '40, Nlajor 'll-'13, Captain '1-l-'-l-2 GR ACZY K, DANIEL A.-I-I Electrical Society '12-713, Chess Club '43, lntra-mural Football '41, Basketball 'J-3, Honor Roll Q35 GRAHAM, ARTHUR L.-Cl' Freshman President, Senior Sgt.- at-Arms, Kappa Sigma Phi '40-' I-l, Vice-president '4-l-I-12, President '42-'43, Basketball Squad 71-l-71-2, Football Squad 'll-'42, lntra- mural Basketball '39-'10 G Rl-IENFELD, Nl A RVIN B.-Cl' Band and Orchestra '39-'43, Dance Orchestra '-to-'43, Astronomical Society '39-'13, Electrical Society '41-'42, Ass't Sgt.-at-Arms ' I-2-'l-3, llonor Roll USD GREEK, ,IOIIN-sill' Honor Roll GRININI, WlLI.l.-X11 F.-E Honor Roll C71 CRLBER, JOSEPH J.-E Secretary Sth Year Class '42-'fl-3, Vice President 4th Year Electrical Class ,413-1-2, Secretary Kappa Sigma Phi, '42-'43, Electrical So- ciety 140-'43, Tau A1 ha Sigma '40- 41, Color Guard, Sltage Elec- trician '39-'41, Monitor 'l-1, Honor Roll C24-J HALL, CHARLES BI.-CP Orchestra, Chess Club, Debate, lntra-mural Baseball., Football, Basketball HANSEN, CHARLES T.-CP Orchestra '39, Honor Roll Q61 HERRNIANN GLENN C.-AA lntra-mural Football and llaseball '42, Fall Revue '41, Monitor 'fl-2. HETTRICH, ,IAIIES E.-E 4th Year Electrical Council, Ra- dio Guild '40-'41, Electrical S0- ciet ' '40-'43, Monitor '41, Honor Roll Q21 HICKEY, BIALRICE F.-CP Hi-Y '40-'41, Track Squad '39-'40, Cross Country Squad '42-'43, Basketball Squad '42-'43, Monit- or '41-'42 Q- HIENIENZ, RICHARD J.-E HIIIFR W 1'IllO1'T F Amateur R adlo Assoi Hi Y 42 43 Honor Roll 31 HlTl'S, HOWARD W F Electrical Society 47 43 Momt or 40 42 HOI 'WFS JOHN L 'Nl Machine Design Society 1-2 1-3 lntra mural Football ll Honor Roll 41 HORST DARW IN AA lrack Squad 40 Fall Revue 1- Uramatic Club 39- -I-2 H1 Y - 43 School Plays 39- 4-2 HLRST, ALBERT S.-CP Orchestra '39-'42, Honor Roll C4-Q IANNELLO, PAUL--BDC Monitor '41-'42, Honor Roll Q41 1 55 1 IANNELLO, SALVATORE M.-B Radio Club '41-'42, lflectrical Society '42-'43, Track Squad '42, lntra-mural Basketball 'fl-3, Honor Roll Q21 JACIILEWSKI, RICHARD H.-B Chess Club '40-'42, Yin-f--president '42-'43, Radio Ass. 'll-'42, Swim- ming Squad '4l-'42, Track Squad '41-'42, Cross Country Major '42- '43, Honor Roll KID JACOBS, CHARLES S.-IC Chemistry Club '40-'41, Swim- ming Squad '40-'41 JAMIESON, JOSEPH C.-CP Vice-president Senior Class, Kap- jra Sigma Phi '41-'42, Sgt.-at-Arms 42-'43, Football Major '41-'42, Basketball Major '11-l-'43, Color Guard, Monitor '41-'41-2, Honor R011 Q2-43 JERMAN, RONALD I.-IC Band '40-'4l, Basketball Squad '40-'-4-l JOCHLNI, RICHARD WI-IC lntra-mural Basketball and Base- ball '43, Honor Roll CID JOHNSTON, CARNET C.-NI Treasurer Senior Class, Mu Delta '42-'43, Tech Rollers '41-'42, Intra- mural Baseball, Basketball, and Football '39-'43, Editorial Staff Techtonian '43, Publicity Yvriter for WEBB Sports, Honor Roll f6l 6 nz' y JONES, ALBER1' D.-E Secretary -Treasurer Freshman Class, lli-Y '42-'43, Cross Country Squad '42, Honor Roll UU JONES, JOSEPH P.-I-I Hi-Y '42 -'43, Cross Country Squad '42, lnlra-mural Baseball '42, Basketball '43, Fall Revue '42 JOSEFIAK, EDWARD J.-M Mu Delta '42-'43, lntra-mural Baseball, Football, Basketball, Honor Roll CD JOYCE, HOWARD C.-CP Aeronautical Society '42-'43, As- tronomical Society '42-'43 KALICKI, ALVIN R.-IC Q,- Golf Major '42, All High '42 KAZEBIIR, S'I'Iil'lll-IN J.-AA Intra-mural Baseball '42, Honor S 4' R011 419 KELLERMAN, mcmim iz.-cv Hi-Y '42-'43, Tech Rollers 'll-'42, Monitor KIERSZ, LEON B.-E Hi-Y '43, Electrical Society '43, Intra-mural Football '42, Baseball '40, Honor Roll Q95 KINA, .IOHN S.-BDC Harmonica Band '40-'41, Building Design Society '4-l-'42, Track Squad '40-'41, Intra-mural Bas- ketball '43, Ilonor Roll Q4-l KING, HARRY H.-M Aeronautical Society '39-'4l, Mn Delta '41-'43, Intra-mural Foot- ball and Baseball '40-'41, Football Squad '42-'43 KLEASICN, HUBERT W.-NI Kappa Sigma Phi .4-I-Q-1-3, Tech Collectors '40-'fl-l, President 'fil- '4-2, Swimming Squad '41, Adver- tisin Staff 'fl-l-'42, Chairman 71-2- '4-3, Ilonor Roll fl lj KLYSSNIANN, IIORST W.-Nl Aeronautical Society '39-' 1-3, W ice- Inresident '39-'fl-2, President '42- 43, Mu Delta '42-'43, Secretary Swimming Squad '4-l-'ll-2, Color Guard, Honor Roll KOEHLER, CHARLES W.-CI' Honor Roll C24-D KONOPA, ARTHUR W.-E Vice-president 5th Year Class, Hi-Y '40-'43, Treasurer '42-'43, Sta e Electrician '40-'43, Honor RolI Q24-J 6 Ft' A s , s K I KOWAL, MICHAEL BDC KRAFLHAK, ANDREW S. In Iilectrical Council, Secretary Slll Year Class, Tech Collectors '10- '4-l, Hi-Y '41-'43, Electrical So- ciety, Sgt.-at-Arms '41-'43, Asst. Mgr. Football Team '42-'43, Fall Revue '41-'42, Honor Roll C1-I KRASNER, .IOSEPIIACP Astronomical Society '12-'13, Dra- matic Club '4-l-'43, Haslcetball assi. manager '4l-'42, Honor Roll U0 KRKSE, CORTLAND L.fIC Football Squad '40, Fall Revue '40, Intra-mural Football '41 RRI K, ,IOIIN J. IC Chemistry Club -'I-ll-ill, Baseball Squad '-ll, Honor Roll Q61 KWIAPISZ, BRONISLAUS G.-C Golf Squad '40-'41, Major'4l-'1-3, Honor Roll Kl STER, ROBERT C.-M C2 37 LA MARCA, RAYMOND L.-E l"ifth Year Council, Monitor 'I-0 LAWIDA, ARTHUR 15.431 Mu Delta '42-'43 LAWVICKI LEONARD F.-IC Intra-mural Basketball '39-'43, Basketball Squad 'fl-I, Ras:-ball Squad '42, llonor Roll KU LAWSON, VERL C.'E LIMBURG, GEORGE M.-M K 1 Mu Delta '41-'42, President '42- ,4-3, Color Guard, Monitor 'l-l, Honor Roll Q81 LINNEBORN, ALLEN F.-Bl Mu Delta '42-'43, Track Squad '41-'43, blonitor '39-'41 LITWIN, HAROLD-BDC Track Squad '42-,43 LOFG R EN, DONALD A.-NI Aeronautical Society 'fl-0-'fl-l, llon- or Roll 23D C 1 U' Lopisos, ANGELO W.-E Electrical Society '42-'43, Tech Rollers '-1-1342, Football Squad '40-'41, Ma'or '42, Basketball Squad '43, llntra-mural Baseball, Basketball '40, Monitor '42-'13 MAHONEY, .IAM ES T.-IC lntra -mural Basketball '40-'43 MANN, JOHN J.-BDC Honor Roll 3 MARINO, PETER F.-ME Fifth Year Class Treasurer, Senior Hi-Y '41-'43, Tech Radio Guild Treasurer '39-540, Tech Astrono- mical Society ,39-'40, Fall Revue 41'-'42, Honor Roll QU MASTIN , CHARLES C.-E Fourth Year Electrical President, Fifth Year Electrical President, President of Radio Guild '41-'42, Electrical Societ '40-'43, Tech Hi-Y ,42-'43, Radio Guild '40-'41, Monitor '39-'41, Sta e Electrician '40-'43, Honor Roll fo MC CONVI LLE, JOHN-E Intra-mural Basketball '43, Honor Roll QD MELLOCII, NIELVIN IC.-M Track '42-'43 Ml-INICIIELLI, VINCENT J.-IC Honor Roll C61 Xll'llillll.l,, HOW'ARD J.-H-Cl' NllffIl.NlCl,S, ROBl'IR'l' N.--li Ili-Y '12-'13, lluske-lhull Major '10-'13, 'Nlonilor '10-'12, lnlra- mural liaseball 'll-'I-2, Football '39-A 10, llonor Roll KID XIIKOLLICZAK. N0liBl'IR'l' S.fli S1-nior Ili-Y 'I-2-'13, lnlru-mural llusu-ball '10, Football ill, lluslwl- hall 'F' NIITIIIII-ILI., LOREN C.vl'1 .lr. lli-Y '10-'11, Stage lillevlrician 'lil-'13, Monitor 'rl-0-'I-I, Fall Re- vuz' 'I-l-'42, Honor Roll QU NIOEN, ROBEIIT A.-BDC lnlra-mural Basketball '42-'-I-3 BHYRDOCH, ARCHIE ll.-IC Sigma Phi Sigma 'll-'1-3, Honor non up xloona, BEVAN L.-BDC Nll'l'ILLl'IR, HAROLD ,Lsll NIINCII ARTIILTR F.-NI Hn llvlla 'I-I-'I-2, Monitor 'l-l-'I-2 MYERS, llERlll'1li'l'-If lnlra-mural Rusk:-llrall '10-'I-3, Nlonitor W0-'ll MYERS KENNETH J.-E Ili-Y '43, Stage l'1l0vtrir'iall 'l2- 43, Fall Revue '12-"I-3 NICASTRO, SEB,-KSTIAN V.-ll Mu Della '42-713, Honor Roll CD C J ix, NIGRO, ANTHONY S.-IC NICRO FRANK M.-IC Intra-mural Basketball '43, Honor Roll GD NOWYAK DANIEL ,l.-M Mu Delta '42-'43, lntra-mural Foolball ,110-'4l ORTH ROBERT D.-AA Art Library Club 'ftl-'-12, Terh Rollvrs '41-'42, lnlra-mural Foot- ball and Baseball '-l-l-712. Art and Photo Staff, T4-vhtonian '13 OSINSKI EUGENE S.-IC Hi-Y ,40-,fl-l, Sigma Phi Sigma, Chemistry Club 'Ill-'43, Intra- mural Football '-1-2, llonor Roll lr QW OTTOS JAMES C. la Honor Roll GD OW'ENS RICHARD M.-E Tech Rollers '4l-'42, Cross Conn try Squad "ll, Ilonor Roll QU PA! IER, VINCENT J.-NI PADGINTON GEORGE Il.fNI lli-Y 'bl-0-'43, Band '40-'13, llonor Roll 4103 PAPKE Ll-ION K.-l-I Monitor '39-712, Roll Call Baskvt- ball '13, llonor Roll Col l'Al'l'AGALl.O S.-KNIYEI. ,l.-Cl' Fall Rvvuc '12, lntra-mural Basr- bull anal Football, Basketball 'l-l- '12 l'Al'l.OS, THEOIIORI-I --'BDC PEARSON, ROBERT N.-IC lntra-mural Basketball 'I-3, llonor Roll l'EN'l'ASl'Ul.lO, DANIEL A.-IC Senior Council, Monitor 'LO--rl-2, Honor Roll C25 PEPICIELLO, JOSEPH-M Cross Country Squad '41, Intra- mural Baseball, Basketball '41- '42, Football '41 PFITZER ROBERT L.-IC Football Squad '40-'41 PICKER, CHARLES W.-Nl Ili-Y '41-'43, Mu Delta '42-'43, Aeronautical Society '41-'42, Intra- mural Basketball '42-'43 PIEJDA, EUGENE F.-E lntra-mural Football, Honor Roll CU PLEZIA, EDMUND S.-BDC Building Design Societ '43, Intra- mural Basketball '4g, 'Vlonitor '41-'42 POGORZELSKI, FLORIAN NI.-M Tech Rollers '41-'42, Mu Delta '42-'43, Tennis Squad '41, Honor Roll C91 PRANGE, WARREN B.-BDC Public S eaking '39-'40, Debate '40-'41, l'l,onor Roll Q45 G' PRATT, ,IANIES GEORGE-BDC Tech Rollers '41-'42, Hi-Y '40-'41, Intra-mural Basketball '42-'43, Honor Roll fl, PRZYBYLSKI, HARRY J.-IC Hi-Y Secretary '40-'41 PULIAFITO, DONIINIC F.-5E RADZIEWICZ, LEONARDWE Radio Assoc. '42-'43, Baseball Squad '40, Track '38 REITNIEIER, GEORGE F.-BDC Building Design Society '42, lntra- mural Basketball '43, Monitor '42, Honor Roll U21 RENALDO, ANTHONY J.-C Junior Treasurer, Band '40-'43, Tech En ineer '42-'43, Football Squad '45-'41, Major '42, lntra- mural Basketball, Baseball, Freshman Sophomore Debate '40- '41 RENTSCH, GEORGE J.-AA Senior President, Dramatic Club '40-'41, Secretar '41-'42, Asst. Librarian Art 1.ibrar '41-'42, Hi-Y '43, Intra-muraly Baseball '42, Football '41, Photo Staff '41- '4-3, Art Editor Year Book '43, Color Guard, Fall Revue '41-'42, Honor Roll C211 mas, PAUL 1-15 Hi-Y ,4-1-'43, Electrical Society '42- 43, Radio Guild '41, Stage Electrician '41-'43, Monitor '42 ROBERTSON, WILLIAM-E Secretary 4th Year Electrical Class 5th Year Council, Band '38-'43, Orchestra '39-'42, Electrical So- ciety '42-'43, Manager Swimming Team '43. ROGERS, LOUIS C.-M .G Mu Delta '42-'43, Monitor '4-l-'42 ROGERS, JAMESASE ROSINSKI, BERNARD J.-M ROTT, JOHN G.-CP Junior Secretary, Dramatic Club '40-'42, Fall Revue '40-'42, Tech Engineer '41-'43 SADLO CHESTER M.-BDC 'Y Q Building Design Society-'41-'42, Tech Band '42-'43, Monitor 41- '4-2, Honor Roll f2J SAMBROTTO ANTHONY-M Mu Delta '42-'43, Football Squad '39-,40, Major '4-2-'43, Basketball Major '43 SANTILLO, RICHARD J.f5E SCIIAEFER, ROBERT J.-C Baseball Major '41-'43 SCHARLOCK, DONALD P.-E Tech Engineer '41-U1-2, Tech Ama'- teur Radio Association '41-'42, Dramatic Club '40-'41, Intra- mural Football Q39, Stage Electri- cian '42-'43, Debate 'fl-0-'43, Hon- or Roll 12D SCHLEHR, PAUL R.-CP Aeronautical Society '39-'43, Treasurer '40-'43, Radio Assoc. '42, Orchestra '39-'42, Techtonian Staff '39-'43 SCHMIDT, CHARLES E.QBDC Hi-Y, Secretary '40-'41, Band '40- '4-2, Track Squad '40, Monitor ,41-'42, Honor Roll QI SCHMIDT, GLENN A.-E 5th Year Council, Radio Guild ,410-'41, Radio Assoc. '40-'41 SCHNEIDER, RUDOLPH F.-CP Aeronautical Society '41, Secretary '42, President '43, Astronomy Club '43, Hi-Y '43, Tennis S uad '42, Fall Revue '41, Honor Roll KD SCHOENING, ROBERT D.-BDC Track Squad '42, SCHOPF, MANFRED R.-M Aeronautical Society '39-'41, Mu Delta '42-'43, Swimming Squad '39-'40, Intra-mural Basketball '39-'40, Honor Roll C81 U q SCHLLTZ, JAMES D.-CP Tau Alpha Sigma '39-'43, Asst. Manager Football '42-'43, Mana- ger Basketball '42-'43, Monitor 41-'42, Yearbook Staff '42-'43, Honor Roll C121 SCIIUNK, KENNETH F.-CP , Chess Club '41-'42, Secretary- 2 Treasurer '42-'43, Hi-Y '42-'43, ' 1 Monitor '41, Honor Roll Q31 ' I' SCHl'TRl'Nl. VICTOR H.-E 6 l Radio Club '42, Monitor '41 P ' 5- . !,i . It , f 1 SCHWEIZER, GEORGE E.-E Electrical Societ '42-'43, Foot- ball Squad '42-'43 SCIBETTA, ALPHONSE C.-M Mu Delta '42-'43, Tech Revue '39-'40, 1ntra-mural Basketball, Baseball '41-'43 SCOTT, NUMAN L.-4-E Elec. Soc. '40-'43, Amateur Radio Assoc. '41-'42, Stalf, Engineer '41- '42, Chess Club '43, lntra-mural Basketball '39, Football '40, Base- ball '41, Stage Electrician '40-'43, Fall Revue '40-'42, Yearbook Staff '43, Nlonitor '40-'43, Honor Roll 167 SCOTT, WESLEY R.-4-E Staff Engineer '41-'42, Amateur Radio Assoc. '41-'42, Chess Club '43, Elec. Soc. '41-'43, Intra-mural Basketball '39, Football '40, Base- ball '4l, Stage Electrician '40-'43, Fall Revue '40-'42, Yearbook Staff '43, Nlonitor '40-'43, Honor Roll C37 SCl'RCl, DANIEL-CP Dramatic Club 'fl-0-'41, Intra- mural Baseball, Basketball, Foot- ball, Fall Revue '39, Spring En- tertainment '40 SKINNER, WILLIAM A.-E Ili-Y '41-'43 SOERGEL OHN W .-CP J 9 Astronomical Society '40-'41, Sec- retary '41-'42, Vice-President '42- '43, Radio Guild '41-'42, Amateur Radio Club '41--'43, Fall Revue '40-'41, Christmas Play '40-'41 SORCULE, EARL H.-BDC Hi-Y '40-'41, Building Design Society '42-'43, Track, Major '41- '43, IN onitor '42, Honor Roll Q31 SPFNCF, HAROLD F.-E Cross Country Squad '42, Moni QI! K M s., tor'41-:42 5- ex 4 ' 4 1 to 'K 5'f fl,g15 . STACHOWIAK, LEONARD M.-E I , Hi-Y '42-'43, Monitor '41-'42 fl .9 STAMER, FRANKLIN ILAE 542, Honor Roll STATE, EDWARD R.-Nl 1 Mu Delta '1-2-'43, Honor R011 413 5 STEFANIK, ARTHLR G.-AA Art Club '41-'42, Techtonian Art , L Staff '43, Honor Roll UQ Us 6' "7 at STEFANIK, CONRAD L.ABDC STEFANSKI, ARTHUR R.-BDC ball '41, Basketball '10-'12 4-th Year lilectrival Treasurer, Football Major ,110-'43, Track 'fil- Building Design Club '41-'42, Monitor '4-l-'42, lntra-mural Base- -?-:-.. 5 if STENCEL, STANLEY J.-BDC STIEF, ROGER A.-cr Senior Council, Tau Alpha Sigma, Sgt.-at-Arms 71-l-'42, President '42-'43, Monitor '40-'43, Honor R011 C213 STORM, ROBERT J.-lc lntra-mural Basketball '42 SW'AClAK, HENRY J.-BDC Tech Engineer 'il-'fl-2 SWTERCZYNSKI, RAYNIOND S.-E Elertrioal Soviely 712-'43, Hi-Y '42-'43, Monitor, llonor Roll SWTTALSKI, ARTHUR-ll Hu Delta '42-'43, Track Squad '40-'41, Major '42, Football Squad '40, Major "ll, Intra-mural Bas- ketball '39-'43 SZYXIANSKI, RICHARD C.-CI' lntra-mural Football, Baseball, and Basketball. Honor Roll C61 TANSKI, EDWARD-M Aeronautical Society '40, Monitor '40-'41, Honor Roll C51 THOBIAS, EDWIARD Xl.-NI Secretary Senior Class, Hi-Y '40- '42, Secretary '42-'43, Treasurer Mu Delta 42-'43, Intra-mural Basketball, '43, Monitor '40-'41, Honor Roll C35 THUR, INIELVIN E.-CP Hi-Y '42-'43, Astronomical So- ciety '40-'42, Asst.-Sgt.-at-Arms '42-43, Golf Major '41-'43, Techtonian Staff '42-'43, Honor R011 C191 TISDALL, nom:RT J.-BDC VACANTI, Rl'SSELL V.-AA lntra-mural Baseball, Football '41-'42, Techtonian Art Staff '43, Honor Roll C31 VAN HAINTZE, W'lLLlANI G.-AA Hi-Y '43, Intra-mural Baseball '41, Basketball '40, Track Squad '43, Art Staff '43, Fall Revue '42 WASMER, DONALD-IC Intra-mural Basketball, Monitor '41-'42, Honor Roll 93" WEBER, HOWARD W.-IW Hi-Y '42, President '43, Cross Q Q Countrp Magior '40, Color Guard, Honor oll 121 WENDT, CHARLES M.-E Sgt.-at-Arms Sth Year Class, Track Squad '40-'41, Football Q, '40-'41 WESER, GEORGE E.-BDC N Q Q0 WHITTE, WARREN J. CP Hi-Y, Vice-president '42-'43 W'lDENER, HOWARD ILACP Dramatic Club '-l-0-'fl-l, Freshman So nhornore Debate '4l, Aeronauti- cal' Society '41, Chess Club '43, lntra-mural Baseball '42, Cross Country Squad '42, Track Squad '40, Major '41-'42, Football Squad '42, Honor Roll WILD, PAl'L-Nl Vice-president Mu Delta '42-'43, Monitor '41-'42, Honor Roll C6l 1 r VITELLO, PHILIP-M W f WOLINSKI. LEON I-I.-IC . igma l'l1i Sigma ' 10. Hand, Danvv Band '-10-'-13, lutra-mural Base- ball '10-'-1-l. 'l'1'4'lltouiau Staff, Honor Roll U25 W'0ODSlDl'I, KICNNICTII E.-IC J Chess Club All-'42, Colle-vtors Club 710-'-1-I, lulra-mural Font- ball, llasoball, llouur Roll VYOZNI.-KK. NUICIIICIVI' AA lntra-mural llasc-ball 'lil lluuor Roll Cl ID 3 6. WRUNSKI, MA'l"l'lIliW ,l. Nl AYTEN. JOHN B.-li BATES, LICSTI-IR W.-IC CHI.-SRNIONTE, .IOSI-IPII F.-BDC Senior Hi-Y 71-l-'12, Monitor '40- ,tl-2 CORTELCI, ,l0SEl'IIfNl D't-KNIICO. ANTHUN Y J.-li Hi-Y --il-'l-2, ,'xSlI'0llIlIllli'3l So- ricty "ll-.1-IZ, Hand '33f40. Ur- chestra '38-'13, Swing Band 'all- '42. Football Squad '10-'ll DANIELS. RICHARD l,.-V-NI Honor Roll C125 EIBNI-Ili. .IOSICPII J.-f-'Nl Band '38-'39 DODCI-QS, ANDREW J.-Nl DE STO, VINCENT J. College Prep. Monitor A41-'42, Orchestra '41, Radio Guild '11, Dramatic Club '-I-2 WI Ll.Nlili, ISIN! IN ll. BDC Travln. Nlajor 'll llaslwtball Squad ill, lfaud 'IW-'HL llnuor Roll fl, . 332, 5 Q 'uxf ' I Vsxxa X il' :Im -ew. ' ZIMNIERNI.-KN. DUN.-SLD lf.--'XA Dramatic Club '39. filwvr l,t-advr X f V '10-'13, Fall Rfwnu- '39. Frvsluuau- x , - Sophoulorv Drbatt' 'UL Art and K 'Iv.,- ' " Photo Staff, 'livclitouian 13. llou- , Q ' ' 4 or Roll GD ' QQMSJ- KI X f f' ,.VV4 i 'iii?Z 2t5 f ZWIEIIZCIIOWSKI. IIICNRY F.- li I Lx lutra-mural lfunlball 'll. llaslwt- ball '12, Monitor 'l-U--H, llonor Roll Clj FlCS'l'A, FRANK Elf- IC CII-ISSERT JAMES Ii.-BINI Building Design Club, Football Squad GREEN, JOHN Nl.-BDC IIICWSON. HOXYARID 'I'. --NI IIUFFNIANN. ALVIN ll.- llf Ili-Y'1l-'13, 'lirarlx Squad l HI-' ll PANZICA, ANTHONY-Cl' REICHI-lRT, EDWARD ,I.-IC SCIIINABEIQ ROBERT W.---III Sl TINY A R'I'Z0'I"l', XXIl,l.l.-XXI 12. III' SIGRIST, CII,-Uil,liS A.- IC SMITH, ROBERT W.--IC WERNI-IR, IKICII,-Uiliflfl - f 'ui . QXN S f r ', ni i ' ing S. - . 9 S Y "yu . f4:,,i f,.1'-: , ,,, K V " 1' .. 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Row 1, I nntius Gospodjayowicz, Thomas Fiordaliso, Kenneth Smith, Richard Kozerski, Robert Gennuso, Daniel Sullivan, Eugene Janik, Sheldon Koepf, Silvio Graziadei, James Csavarello, Thomas Topia, Nicholas Vanolf. 8 C J 3 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS RICH ARD RICHTH ANI'NIhR CILRALD LLRBRICK Treasurer Secretary DAN ID JANIIEMJN XX lLLl XXI BLRNIL ldusers N1IbS LHARLUITL X SNIIIH 'NIR15 J XLEONS bCllllB 'NIISS CLARA G BACLILY NIIb5 IRNIA C Tllll I Regarding our past two wears ln retrospect we the class of 1940 find cause to be vers proud of our record Nlans of us have represented the class m warlous sthool at tlutus among them such as sports debate band and others However this x ear our thoughts hawe been turned to somethlng more SCFIOUS Although the majorlts of us are too soung for II1lllt3l'X seruce some of the older box s have enllsted for servlce ln the armed forces Hans of the others hawe enrolled ln the after school tralnlng courses whlch wlll enable them to partlclpate actlvelx ln mdustrx durmg the summer In the great war effort m which the school IS now engaged the Sophomore Class IS determmed to do more than Its share In accordance wlth this splrlt of patrxotlsm our assembly this N ear had for Its theme our ag and tts heroes After three movles all of whxch were patrlotlc an IIIIPFCSSIWC Flag Ceremonw took place VC e hope that the tradmon started by thls ceremom w1ll remam as long as Tech stands In concluslon we would llke to thank our facults adslsers Mnss Baglex 'Nlrs Schleb Nllss Smlth and Mlss Thlel for thelr guldance and assnstance durmg the Near . 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James Straka, Robert Miller, John Jeziorski, John DeMeo, Ralph Kunze, Vlfilliam Mueller, Vvilliam DeFreis, William Nemmer, Pratt Krull, Edward Blake, Henry Jansen, Charles Fischer, Ronald Dellenzis. Row 9. Frederick Starr, Norman Manger, Robert Grahner, John Possehl, Donald Rossel, Richard Gregor, Frank Krenn, John Michaels, Robert Paplow, William 0'Hern, Robert Bolles, Wilfred Bowers, Adelbert Al rt. - Row l. James Finley, John Keller, James gihlman, John McKee, Robert Rismun, Frederick Giovino, Charles Hulderman, Charles Balton, Frederick McCellan, Ernest Bouldlng, Louis Cannata, Richard Magin, Fnederick Malthies. 4491 THE JUNIUR CLASS Secretary EDWARD PIETSZAK Vzce Presldent GEORGE EAST Presulent ROBERT HESSLER Treasurer RICHARD GROSS Sergeant at Arms BERNARD KFIIY As the end of our Junlor year approaches we the Class of 1944 hope that bw our accompllsh ments we have proven ourselves worthy to carry on ln our Senlor year the hlgh tradltlons of Tech nlcal The largest Junlor class ln the history of the school we are Stl'lVlI'lg to the utmost to uphold the standards and xdeals of Techmcal Thls vear 56 students have been on the honor roll at least once and of these a majorltv have been on several times W e are proud to say that more Juniors were actxve m athletlcs than any of the other classes The number of Juniors partlclpatlng ln these spo rs IS as follows Football Cross Country 14 Co f Basketball 7 Our Band and Orchestra members total 22 Our class IS also well represented lll the mam other orgamzatxons During the commg year, as Seniors, we pledge that Techmcal wlll continue to be proud of us by lmprovmg the record we have left behlnd. 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' Q 4 I' if q, Q we Q, ,P -?,,,,,,,ffy1,,?4'w , ," , rf Y' , 'l 4 9' Y, 1 if ff' 9' 3 5' 3 3 3 3 3 i' v ' gg 3 3 3 S 3 vw 1? 5' 25 3 961 ia 1 qv ,warg 4 J .f51, A A V ,Q f ' Q ' ..,X L "k ggi' f 2 f if -, . .- -va QL" 1- ' 1? ' + T 1 h' 12 V W 5' ' 14 Q , in ' 1 I Ni' 3' , ab! .Y , . kc av' , k V4 E as-n' 5, '73 X, fl i5?,QG'J5Q'Q?l1Y'51,,'? 3? 1 . '?? ,. H2 S gm? 9 ' x 33. QWQSS' R wi D ,.. .Wk , K up vs 194 45 Frank Ambrose U. S. ARMY Merle Day George Evans Verl Lawson Dominic Puliafito FIFTH YEAR OFFICERS AND COUNCIL President-CHARLES MASTIN Vice President-ARTHUR KONOPA Acting Secretary-ANDREW KRAFCHAK Acting Treasurer-PETER MARINO Sergeant-at-Arms-CHARLES WEN DT Faculty Adviser-MISS HELEN D. FLAVIN COUNCIL William Robertson Raymond LaMarca FORMER OFFICERS Secretary-Joseph Gruber serving on Tech's faculty Treasurer+Fred Coehrig serving in IQ. S. Navy STUDENTS IN THE SERVICE U. S. NAVY Fred Coehrig Charles Dolan Glenn Schmidt FIFTH YE R CLASS Row 8. George Flett, Raymond LaMarea, William Robertson, Frank Ambrose. Row 9. Paul Ries, Victor Schutrum, Glenn Schmidt, Arthur Forster, Leon Papke, Richard Hienicnl Row 1. Joseph Gruber, Arthur Konopn, Charles Masten, Peter Marino. In September 1942, thirty-three eager students enrolled in their final year of the five year elec- trical course, few realizing the sacrifices that they were to encounter before reaching their goal in June. This was the second special group since the arrangement whereby the electrical students would graduate after the successful completion of their fifth year in Tech. Un November 27, the students of Tech and their friends enjoyed an evening of roller skating at Scott,s Roller Rink under the sponsorship of the Fifth Year Class. It proved to be a huge success, and enabled the class to enjoy a banquet which also served as a farewell party for Fred Coehrig and "Doc,' Puliafito who are now in the armed forces and for all those who have since or will soon leave to fight for their country. The first worthy undertaking of this class was the gathering of a group of boys from Tech, each to donate a pint of his blood to the American Red Cross Blood Rank. They received a willing response from over 125 students, and at the donation which was during the mid-term Regents ex- amination, 52 boys actually donated a pint of blood each. l.ater, a second donation was made. The yearly undertaking of these students to obtain members for the Junior Red Cross from the student body was again a huge success. All of the students donated to this worthy cause and the result was 54500. The Fifth Year Class and the Junior Red Cross thank all the students and faculty for their cooperation. Because of the possibility that a few of the students may enter the armed forces before June, arrangements were made by which all of these students took their fourth year Electrical Regents examination in january instead of in June. The result was that 26 students passed the examination for their State Regents Diploma and 6 students will receive their Technical School Diplomas. Although these students were busy with many extra-curricular activities, a number of them found time to achieve scholarship averages and to serve on Tech's athletic teams. At their annual assembly this group increased the school's motion picture projector fund by fifty dollars. It is an encouraging thought that in years to come, Tech students will still enjoy motion pictures shown by a camera for which this class helped to pay. The fifth year class wishes toexpress its sincere appreciation to their faculty adviser. Miss Flavin, and to all instructors who have aided them in making the final year at Tech a success. 125:-4, '7Z'..-,, ..,, ,ff VL 4- '75'f:V4 7 MEN IN SERVICE Avhmann, Karl Axzarelli. ,lose-ph J. Allan. Leslie W. :xSllClIllZlll., Kvnnvtli 0 llalla. Arpollc' .l. lialla. lfrmfsl lialtvs. 'Illlf'lNl0l'P ll. llortz. William ll. liffvkvr. lfarl llc-nsvh. William liivlwl, ,lohn liiforc-. C. lf. lilass. Loss 1-ll lloq-zarslsi. l". llor-lwl. lfurl lloyv, l'lr1'4l1'ri1'lx liraellc-y. lilarvnvv N. llraun. Louis liraun. Gustav .l. Brown. Rivhanl Brown, V . flafferolli, Nl ario Chanlhvrs, Frflrlc-rink Corsi, Anthony Cllvsliirv, Kvnnctll Cook, Loring R. ffoopr-r. Anthony Cole. Ralph fiiillllliigllii, ,lost-ph Calnplwl. Georg:- fi3lllIllbf'll, Paul Canlphf-ll. Russvl ffarnc-y. Jann-s Carlson. .lanws ll. llartvr. V illiam ,l. ffhavvz. Carlos Ifllristiv. Nlaurivv ffhurvli. William Ciski, Alfrc-xl .l. Claven. John Clippingcr, live-rc-t Coyle. James Cropp. Ilarvvy l.. Daniels. Leroy Danlunan. Sidnc-y Dee, F. lxyrl l,f'Illlf'l'. W alle-r D.lIlllflC'i'llZH- Dixon. llarolfl lf. Dolcv. ,lose-ph ll. Douglas. llc-rlu-rt lf. Dykstra. .Nllwrt lfvleln-rt. flharlvs lfduard. Harry liggvrt. .lay l'. lflanils. Pct:-r l.. lfmlrvs. Gerald lfnnis. XX allac-v NX . lfwans. George- lfven. V illiain ll. Farmer. Le-roy P. Finlmlslf-in. Nathan Finkelstrfin. Sanuu-l Fialwr. 'Xrthur Firvh, Rohc-rt ll. l'ill'1Illllfj. W ilfrml ir 'A' Floss, W altvr Frreelrliaii. David Gassman, Hohvrt P. Gmiow-sv. Charles K. Gvrllravlu. Charles Ga-rrc-lsr-ll. Haymoml Got-llrig. lfrwlu-rir'lx Erflfllillll. lflnwr ff. Gralnski. llvnry Gray. Rolwrt D. Ure-4-nv. .laum-s II. frl'1'l'II4'. -lllllll Nl. Grvlr-nic-z. l,l'll-lllilll IP Grzonlunxslxi, Norlwrl Hansen. Charles llagstolz, William llambridgv, Rohr-rt ll3IIIlll1'l', Paul llanvwinrkvl. wlilllfllll llaremla.. Ellgvno llarlrr, John fKillc-rl in avtlon llawrylczak, Stanley llf-Ck. Carl Ilvldvrop, ,lambs IIf'lI'tlll'll. Chi-Ster He-inold. Kenneth Holler, lfrlwarfl llffstf-r, Efllllllllfl llvppnf-r, Yivtor Ilvllrirh. Donald ll:-ss son, llowarfl llilhvrt. Fayv llinlvrlwrgc-r, ,lose-ph llrynvhyshn. .lulius lluhlrarcl. Raymonal llulmr. Paul lsaavs. Kc-nnvth .lar-kv. fiharlvs .le-pson, Ge-orgv johnson. Raynioml Kaminslxa, Clayton Kasnaws lxowski, Arthur lxasprzak. Frank Kava, Carl K1-ntnrr. Martin Kentnf-r, Rohvrt lxf-ntnvr. Rirliard lXi'l"lIl0dt'. Ilarvfv Kvller. Arthur Y lu-llvr. Iiharlvs lu-II4-y. .lanu-9 lu-mp. Rohvrt lxvlnpf. ,lohn lxing. Harold lxitts. Donalel lilasllw, Rossa-ll Klawsittvr. ,lolin lxlf-in, f:l8l"l'llf'f' lxnvulwl. ,lohn lxnoll, George lxovlunanski, Wialtvr lxorhcr. George' lxoszuta. Hilnnuul lxramp, llvnry li rovning. llvrhvrt lxrupp, Ilarvf-y ittii MEN IN SERVICE Kwiecien. Henry Lamorelli, Joseph Lang, Albert P. Lauffer, Nelson La 'er, Roy F. Lehutrum, Victor Lewandowski, Florian IC. Leslie, Clifford I.iiera, William I.itke, Max W. I.opian, Henry A. Lortz, Arthur I.oseI, N. ,l. I.oscl, William Lowezy, Felix C. Lucci, Foster Lutwack, Maurice Nlarinaccio, Richard Martin, Richard Masten, Stuwart Manna, Utello Manning, William Mason, Gerry Maver, Arthur Mcljowell, Robert McGrath, l'iarl .l. Nlcxamara, N ince-nt .l. Nlc-Nicoll, john Meister, Carlton Mertz, Charles II. Nlidosio, Joseph l'. Nliller, lfdward fllilley, Ilarry Miskuf, lidward Nlueller, Ilarold Nlulligan. Richard Murphy, Eugene Nlurray, Nlelvin Il. Nlurray, Uwen Nlyers, Thomas Nidasio, Joseph Nogaders, Nelson Voverzano, Nelson Nnwodzinski, Theodore Nyenhiuis, Ralph Ubershcimer, Clavton R. Uhlheiser, Harold R. U'Neill, Donald Owen, Allen Owen, Harold E. Uyer, .lames Pacer, Ilcnry Pacpke, Louise Pando, Frederick Passafiume, Thomas Paulin, Benjamin Pawlaczyk, Chester Peacock, Frederick Perillo, Frank Piniarski, Frank Pirrun , Edward Pratzeli Henrv Palino, Daniel Pouliet, Donald Premetz, Ernest Pumke, Harold Raisen, John Ratchuk, Michael Rieg, Edwin Rich, Edward Ross, Thomas Russo, Salvatore Rutled e, Merrill Ryan, iorman Ryther, Gordon C., ,Ir Rytlak, Frederick Sarlon, Addison Schipp, Norman Schlaehitz, Robert Schuessler, A. Schmitz, Joseph Schnull, Richard Servoss., Richard Sharp, Harry Shaw, W'illiam Sickierski, Aloisius Sutcliff, Edward Smith, Douglas Smith, Howard Smith, Irving Stefanik, Alex Steger, Edward Stewart, Coleman Stewart, Yernon Steuerna el, W'altcr Stinson, Era Stuckey, James Suchan, William Sultanik, Norman Szymendera, Frank Tere rin, Richard Trocllinski. Leonard If Thomas, Francis Thorpe, Donald Thum, Roy Toth, Arpad Trimble, George Tugend, William flicki, Chester II. Urban. Clyde Y. Vogel, Adam l ogel, Frank l ogt, Ilenry l osseler, George Waclawaki, Edward Wa ner, Charles WaRner, Charles Wasack, Frank Woskowicz, Edward Weber, Charles Wells, Lyle Wende, Godfrey II. Weser, Harold Weser, George Ii. Wesner, Harold W. Widger, Edward H. Williams, Albert Winer, Bernard Wolbert, Eugene Wolodka, Harry W olodka. Nlichael lveager, James luhnke, Charles W. Zoladz, Joseph tiiiitiiitii 4 Hepcals lcorlce Stlcks F Nlelody 'Klan Cue Hun A Hammer Q1- xx Nxao ry Jam 1 g0 es 9 In the Groowe Cnillan Gene Autry Chnmes of the Tlmes ORGANIZATIONS Row 3. Dominic Campagna, George Schweizer, Vifesley Scott, Richard Blatner, Anthony DeJoseph, Howard Burkharilt, Eugene Vvallmeyer, Howard Hites, Charles Olender. Row Q. George Klein, Charles Mastin, Paul Reis, William Robertson, Joseph Gruber, Ray Swierczynski, Numan Scott, Dan Graczyk, Ange o Louisos, Richard Greene. Row 1. Marvin Greenfeld, John Duengfelder, Samuel Frank, Anthony Cavalieri. Carmine Duke, Mr. Bensman. President-SAM U EL FRA NK Vice President-+A N THOIN Y CAVALI E R1 Secretary-J OHN DUE N GFE LDE R Treasurer-CARMINE DUKE Sergeant-at-Arms-ANDREW' KRAFCHAK Ass't Sergeant-at-Arms-MARVIN CREENFELD Faculty Adviser-MR. CLARENCE H. BENSMAN The Tech Electrical Society, also known as Tau Epsilon Sigma, is one of the oldest societies at Tech and is a member of the Engineering Society of Buffalo. With electricity playing an important part in the national defense industry and also in the armed forces, the society moves to a new importance. Our activities consist of weekly meetings, bowling parties, and lectures on electricity by our members. Highlights have been our annual initiation ceremony and the induction banquet held at lWacDoel's Restaurant and our skating party, held at Scott's Roller Rink on May 6, 1943. Because of present conditions, caused by the war, we have had to cancel all our expected trips to industrial plants in and around Buffalo. This year, because the majority of our members are employed after school hours, our meetings are being held every Tuesday morning in Room 8 of the Electrical Laboratory. Membership is open to any Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Fifth Year student enrolled in the Electrical Course. We, the members of the Tech Electrical Society, wish to extend to our faculty adviser, Mr. Clarence H. Bensman, our sincerest thanks for his excellent supervision and efficient guidanceg also, to the members who are taking our places, we, the graduating members, offer our heartiest wishes for the successful continuance of the society. L K PP IGM PHI Row 3. Robert Reitz, William Davis, John LaRusch, Anthony Cavalieri. Row 2. Mr. Bishop, William Braun, Hubert Kleasen, Eu ene Garigen, Elmer Eckert, Mr. Boller. Row l. Joseph Jamieson, Paul Gentile, Arthur Graham, foseph Gruber. President-ARTHlQli GRAHAM Vice PresidenlfPAlQL Gl'lNTll,lfi Corresponding Secretary-H LSSIQ l , l , GA l S ER Recording Secretary-,IUSEPII CHU lilill Treasurer-RICHARD GUICRKE Sergeant-at-flrmsfllblllilirl' Kl.l'lASlCN Faculty Ad1'isersgNlR. CALVIN C. BISHOP. NIH. ELGIQNIL W. BULLIQH Kappa Sigma Phi. Teeh's llonor Society. is one of the oldest societies in the school. It was founded on March 9. l909 under the able leadership of the late Dr. Daniel l pton. who was at that time principal. Dr. Lipton inculcated the society with those ideals conducive to unimpeachahle character and outstanding scholarship. Vllllftlllglltbllt its history. these standards have been con- sidered in admitting new members and thus it is, that Kappa Sigma Phi is representative of the finest in Tech. It is the objective of the club to render service to both our country and our school and to promote good fellowship among the members. Many times the aid of the society has been sought by the principal and on every occasion enthusiastic response was received. Annually on or about March 9, Kappa Sigma Phi sponsors a declamation contest within the school. This is one of the highlights of Tech's calendar and is eagerly anticipated by all. On the evening of that day the active and passive chapters of the fraternity assemble for the reunion ban- quet which is the outstanding social event of the year, although the members frequently gather for informal affairs during the course of the year in addition to the semi-monthly meetings held in the members' homes. To our faithful advisers, Mr. Bishop and Mr. Boller, this organization owes its deepest grati- tude for their outstanding loyalty, cooperation, interest and inspiration. H gow 3. Rudy Schneider, Paul Ries, Charles Mastin, Darwin Horst, Charles Picker. ow Q. Kenneth Schuuk, Peter Marino, Frank Brosemer, Arthur Forster, Alvin Hoffman, George Rentsch, lNelson Cameron. Row 1. Earl Daily, Warren Whitte, Howard Weber, Edward Thomas, Arthur Konopa. President-HOWARD WEBER Vice President-WARREN WHITTE Secretary-EDWARD THOMAS Treasurer-ARTHUR KONOPA Sergeant-at-Arms-EARL DAILY Adviser-MR. WILLIAM BLOCK The Tech Senior Hi-Y has the honor of being one of the oldest, largest, and most active clubs in Tech, as well as being affiliated with the national and international Hi-Y movement. The expressed purpose of the club is "To create, maintain, and extend., throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." By combining the physical, spiritual, and intellectual sides of life in our club, we were able to provide for an excellent program including several prominent speakers such as Rev. Horner and Dr. Grimm, a skating party, joint meetings, sports, such as swimming, basketball, bowling, and ping- pong, a faculty banquet, and an annual assembly at school. The club, following traditions of long standing, ushered at the Christmas entertainments and took up the annual Christmas collection for the purpose of providing baskets for needy families. Twenty-five dollars of this money was donated to the Buffalo Evening News' fund for needy fami- lies. The graduating members of the Tech Senior Hi-Y extend our sincerest wishes for the continued success of the club and hope that the future members have even more successful years than we have had. TECH HI Y Row 8. John Hurst, Albert. Jones, William Skinner, Joseph Jones. Row Q. Jack McCartan, Steven Tomczyk, Leonard Stachowiak, Elliott Hiller, Norbert Mikolajczak, Raymond Yanni. Row 1. Ray Swierczynski, Robert Michaels, Alfred Barmasse, Eugene Marzo, Donald Wales. Corporal Walter W. Shaw We wish the best of luck to Wally, our counselor and friend, who enlisted last November in the Army Air Corps. He is a graduate of Hutchinson Central High School, and a former president of their Hi-Y Club. Before taking over the counselorship of the Tech Senior Ili-Y, he was president of the State YMCA Young Men's Congress. He has also held every office in Phalanx, t he Hi-Y alumni society. His enthusiasm, sincerity, and cheerfulness have contributed much to the success of our organization, and we are looking forward to the time when he will be back with us again. When Mr. Shaw left for the Army, Mr. William Block, a Tech chemistry instructor, was chosen by the Hi-Y members to succeed him. Mr. Block is a graduate of the lfniversity of Buffalo and has taught at Tech for three years. He has sacrificed his time and energy to carry out the duties of adviser and has devoted himself wholeheartedly in furthering the interests of the club. We wish to thank him for his co-operation and for the fine job he is doing. 49 iiffllle JIUYGUCD, YYIHIBUJ DUUOIQLLO. Row 9. .gimme Pllpsenthal, Robert 0'Connor, Richard Rubach, Richard Neal, Edward Putszals, Richard Martin, Conklin Scribner mer e tz. - Row 1. Mr. William Block, Stanley Ben, Lawrence Parks, Eugene Pfeiffer, Oscar Burgnes, Jerome Minikowski, Victor Satlire. President-EUGENE PFEIFFER Vice President-OSCAR BARGNES Corresponding Secretary-JEROME MINIKOWSKI Recording Secretary-STANLEY BEN Treasurer-LAURENCE PARKS Sergeant-at-Arms-VICTOR SAF FI RE Faculty Adviser-MR. WTLLIAM BLOCK In order to compensate for differences between production and our new war standards, industrv daily seeks to gain greater efficiency through research and the development of new processes. i The war effort has greatly affected the members of our club. More than half are in Junior Dc- fense Classes. In 1942, the Chemistry Club, with the help of Mrs. Gwendolyn P. Schieb, used its facilities in the Red Cross Fingerprinting Campaign. Vide are proud to announce that one of our members, Richard Martin, has been accepted in the United States Marines. The Tech Chemistry Club has been in existence for over twenty-five years, and has twenty-six members who are from the various chemistry classes. During the past year, we have had two bowling parties, a banquet, and our annual picnic. Wle plan to visit before the year is over, the Police Detection Laboratories and the bniversity of Buffalo Pharmaceutical Laboratory. We are affiliated with the Science Clubs of America which we consider a great honor. We participated in the annual Tech exhibit, and we had an exhibit on plastics in one of the main corridor show cases. The officers and members wish to express their appreciation and gratitude to Nlr. Block for his cooperation and enthusiastic support. JU IOR HI-Y Row 3. Ernest Boulding, James Livziey, Donald Czerniak, Richard Diehl, Ralph Vl'ales, Charles Doran Row '2. Arthur Walter, William Nemmer, Joseph Tisdall, Donald Fraser, VVilllams Atkins, Donald Guerra Row 1. Douglas Bissoutz, Robert Bnlles, Robert Risman, James Finley. President-ROBERT BOLLES Vice President-LOUIS CANNADA Secretary-ROBERT RISMAN Treasurer-JAMES FINLEY Chaplain-JAMES LIVZIEY Sergeant-at-Arms-DOIQGLAS BISSUNTZ Adviser-EDWARD THOMAS, of the Class of 1943 This club has an enrollment of twenty members, Composed of Freshmen and Sophomores. Meetings are held on XX ednesdays at the Downtown YMCA. ljaeh year two members are ehosen to represent the club at the lli-Y Assembly in Albany. This year our representatives were James Livziey and Robert liisman. They introduced a bill: "To Request the State Defense Council to instruet the loeal Civilian Defense Couneil to provide for the establishment of preventive markings on obslaeles to lessen the danger of accidents during black- outsw. The bill was passed by an overwhelming majority. Another of the vear's highlights was the joint meeting with the South Park Hi-Y, which was well attended by members of both clubs. Two basketball teams were organized within the club. Games are held every other week in tl1e YMCA gym. During the year tl1e club was privileged in having Mr. Kenneth C. llausauer address the new members and also in having a series of speeches by Mr. Edward ,lones of the YMCA. The club wishes to express its deepest gratitude to our new adviser. Edward Thomas, who vol- unteered for that position after two previous advisers had answered the call to colors. Row 8. James Kuechle, Dan Graczyk, Ken Woodside, Donald Lane, Vincent Donnelly, William Muiphy. Row Q. grthur Schuly, Donald Fraser, Raymond Gonzales, Warren Laufer, Haslam Brent, Keith etersen, Gerald Nice, Richard o 'te . Row 1. Josl:phrProvenzano, Kenneth Schunk, Richard Gross, Frederick Bosch, Richard Jachlewski. President-FREDERICK BOSCH Vice President-RICIIARD .lAClll.l'IVS SKI Secretary-TreasurerslilCl l A K D G lil ISS Faculty Adviser-MR. IQRNICST Zl'il"lQR.lAllN The object of the Chess Club is to unify the chess players of the school and to spread further knowledge of the game to all students. This year, however, the club's attendance has decreased because many members participate in the War Training Program after school hours. Although the club would like more members it is progressing satisfactorily. Our activities consist of teaching the fundamentals of the game to beginners, playing in compe- tition, and discussing famous moves of former national champions. Competition between members has been divided into two leaguesg one is for the beginners and the other is for the more experienced players. The championship of the higher league has resulted in a disputed rivalry between the president, Fred Bosch, and the vice president, Richard Jachlewslyi. Besides regular competitions, we have started a contest in solving chess problems. We en a ed in our second annual inter-hi h school com petition with the Kensin ton llivh W S gi E U r l I r g s School Lhess Club and we hope to develop competition with other high school clubs. The club held a successful bowling party in March and plans to have a picnic at the end of the semester. The members deeply appreciate the faithful guidance of our able faculty adviser. Hr. Zeferjahn, and express their gratitude for his counsel which he gave so freely every Tuesday evening. DEBATE CLUB ? K Row Q. Morris Lechtick, Stanley Ben. Row 1. Robert Bolles, Murray Belsky, Erviug Mix, Maurice Stein. President-ERVING MIX Vice President-MAURICE STEIN Secretary-MURRAY BELSKY Treasurer-STANLEY PFOHL Faculty Adviser-MISS DOROTHY W. CRAKHR The Debate Society, also called Delta Chi was organized in l928 with the help of Miss Grauer, our present adviser. The main purpose is to promote interest in debate within the school and good fellowship among our members. In the past years we sponsored the annual Freshman-Sophomore Debate. This year, owing to a late start, we did not officially sponsor this debate, although several of our members coached the two teams. The topic for discussion was "Resolved that Buffalo should have built a new library instead of a new zoo, in l935." The Freshmen won with a score of 2-l. The purpose of these debates is to discover and to develop future varsity debate talent. Later in the year, the Debate Club plans to hold an informal discussion in the auditorium with several members of the senior English classes on the topic, "Post War Plans for W'orld Reconstruc- tion." This will be held as a sort of Round Table. We sincerely appreciate the cooperation and guidance of our faculty adviser, Miss Dorothy Grauer, and we are looking forward to continued success in the coming year. 3? ERO AUTICAL CLASS Row 3. Robert Mossack, Paul Wieser, Reginald DeYoung, Richard Sehwind, Norman Kostrzewski, William Krier, Joseph Lipira, James Griffin, Jack Karcher. Row 2. Frank Rasbury, Charles Fischer, Mario Di Quilio, Douglas Van Wagner, James Slraka, Paul S4-hlehr, Daniel Gill, Willis Taylor, Douglas Bissontz, Mr. May. Row 1. Russell Roehm, George Nirschel, Horst Klussuiunn, Rudolph Schneider, Howard Joyce. President--RUDOLPII SCHNEIDER Vice President-HORST KLUSSMANN Secretary-HOWARD JOYCE Treasurer-GEORGE NIRSCHEL Sergeant-at-Arms-RUSSEL ROEHM Ass't Sergeant-at-Arms-FRANK RASBURY Facultyfidriser-MR. THADDEUS MAY The rapidly increasing importance of aviation in the present war has brought about an over- whelming enthusiasm on the part of all members of the Aeronautical Society to help the war effort in every way possible. The Aeronautical Society was formed in i940 with the aim of interesting Tech students in the fundamentals of aeronautics. The main purpose of the organization is to broaden the interest of every member in the funda- mental knowledge of flight and aircraft construction. ln this study of aeronautics the building of model planes was to be emphasized, but the ever increasing need for identification models by the combined air forces of our country has caused the society to curtail its activities and turn to these more important tasks. Although it is considered one of the youngest societies at Tech, it is a long way from being in- active. Its members, many of which are attending defense classes after school hours, have tackled a war-time emergency program by which it proposes to build a tremendous number of government identification models in co-operation with our fighting forces. The graduating members extend their best wishes to the members and their appreciation of the patient efforts of our faculty adviser, Mr. May, who so understandingly directed and supported our activities. A ,, - ,gg44E BUILDI G DE IG Row 3. George Corrigan, Hyman Shuman, E. Smith, L. U'5e-ekey, Walter Lewis, Bernard Kelly, Frank Goldfuss, Hay Reinhold. Row 2, Eugene Stroka, Joseph Iieei, Cleon Kolpaek, fliarles Herrington, Theodore Friday, fharles Mumm, Howard Propstcr. Row l. John Galvin, Eugene Marzo, Anthony Scappeehio, Joseph Moret ta, John Robertson, Pasquale Troneoni, Mr. Juhn Burk- a ter. President-,IUSIQPII MORILTTA Vice lJl'6'Sillf'llli-ANVFIlfjlx Y SCAPPECIIIO Secretary-lj L G li N li NIA RZU Treasurer-,I Ull H RUBLlH'l'5UA Sergeant-al-.4rn1sAPASQIfAl.li TRUNCONI Advisers-NIR. JOHN .l. CALVIN, MR. JOHN W. BLVRIXHALTER The Building Design Society is an organization that combines the two Building Design groups, structural and architectural. It is a society that helps promote friendship and cooperation between the groups. This year our soeiety was exeeedinglj late in reorganizing and therefore had few aetivities. llowever, if future plans for the remainder of the term should materialize we are sure of having a splendid time among tl1e members, although our time is limited. Through the excellent cooperation of our committees, our society was able to purchase sweaters and emblems for each member and that emblem was an original design by one of our members, John Robertson. Uur society, although small, also boasts a number of members who through hard work have had the initiative to win for themselves major letters in sports. These members are Edward Smith and Herbert Ringer. To our advisers, Hr. Galvin and Mr. Burkhalter we wish to extend our thanks for their kindness and cooperation in helping us make our society o11e of the best. TECH AMATEUR RADIO ASSOCIATION Preszdent FRED SCHALFER .IR Vrce President ROBERT BERIX Secretary and Treasurer WILLIAM CUTIIILL Program Commutee-DANIEL JACOBS ALBLRT RI YN ARD NXILLIANI POIII L I I 'XII R ECKLRT Advzser and Instructor MR HAROLD I' OW LIN The Tech Amateur Radio Assoelatlon was organized m the fall of 1940 bx a group of mterested students At that time the club met once a week on Wedncsdax I ast Max the organlvatlon bmgan meetmg every morning before school We studied tlementarx radlo theorx three daxs a week and practlced code on the other two daxs Mr Owen dad most of the tearhmg and lt was planned to work m the same manner thus xear until we were informed that lxlr Owen had returned to amtlxe dutx wlth the Lmtf d btates Nax x Thls year we were unable to obtam another far ultx advlsx r An unsuufssful attf mpt wa the n made to keep the assoelatlon wlth twenty members 'I hc Ill! mbers all hope that we wnll ba ahh to tum tlon as we dld before Mr Owen left school The Tech Amateur Radio ASSOCIHIIOH wlshes Mr Owen the best of luck m tht st IWILL ol our country Robert Berk Llmer Lckert John How ard Xlbert Rtxnard lxerwm Bundt Harold I' mmerson Damel Jacobs I red 54 haefer Ir Kenneth Burmelr Bernard bayewsltn Nelson lSlICl1lIl Robert bltber l uco Cahano Norm GllllD3Ult Russel Kuhn John Sotrgel Joe Cxvello Kenneth Hoedt VI llham Pohle Duck btI'llSlCIlHlxl Wllham Clllhlll Ray Troppman FRESHMAN SOPHOMURE DEBATE Freshman Sophomore Debate February o 1943 Judges Mrs Dorothy 5 Irlsmann 'xlr George A Iaxns Mrs Julia C Nlurrax Teams Itresbman Negative bophomores Afhrmatlxe Tople Resolved that the uty of Buffalo should have Dlllll a 11ew hbrarx instead of a new Loo 111 1935 Declslou Freshman Z bophomores 1 Coafhes Ireshman Murrax Belslxy Robtrt Sorotskx bophomores Alaurlee btem btanlex Pfohl Teams freshman Byron Bair bex mour Warmth Wlllldlll Lx ans Thomas Ixarwakl Calternate bophomores Jerome Rosenthal Robert Bollms Armme I trry Thomas llayts Lalternatt - . - , u A - . . A ,A 4. C 7 .. A4 V J., ch l . 1 5 Jn l ' ' x ! 1 ,. lv. pk. A .V 'A ' s . D I ' . 'I .I ., T ' I ' ' Q' "I . ' . K ' 'I AT.x .v :B-ZW. 1 .1 , 1' ' ' . f K.. 'I 5 5 i. , I ' 51 I ' 1 . ' -I , 4 I s uv . , sh v'il ' The following students were members of the T.A.R.A. this year: . . ' 1 v 1 it 1' ' ' 1 n Y Y ' A A. . - L 1 1 k 5 . I , . . A . . 1 K. x .- - - L D. ", ,- 1 - J 4' ' I , ,' '. Y . U . I , - . , . , .,. . . - . . l , 4 , , A 91 K ' . . . , . I 1. 4' I 1 Y ' ' l R ' ' I 1 , K . - 9 J ll L-- Y " : . 9 ' If, A . , I To V V' l ll I xy TECH D CE ORCHE TRA Standing. Hr. Vester, Dominic Lapone ttruin etj, Ken Miller itrumpetj, Marvin Greenfelll ltrumpeti, Nelson Gibson ltromboneb, Robert Dewitt Ctroinbonei, Yvilliam giaig tdrumsl, Anthony Sc-alice Cdruinsj, James Legge Lbassb. Qeated. Joseph Monte fsax. and clariuetl, Frank Pyzkiewiz lsax. and clarinetl, Leon Wolinski Csax. and clarinetl, Joseph Campagna tteuor sax.J, Frank Benuice lbaritone sax.J. No doubt many a person has wondered what dark secret lay behind the closed door of the room that opened only to admit characters of peculiar appearance, carrying large, black, queerly shaped boxes. This eccentric procession may be explained. Those strange sounds permeating through the corridors and those stranger boxes and characters were the materials that were cast and formed, tempered and hardened, ground and polished to the perfection of the highly finished Tech Dance Band. This band, which was under the able leadership of Bob De Witt, provided that extra something between the acts of our Tech Fall Revue. As is the custom, set by Ted Nabozny, the leader and organizer of the first Tech Dance Band Q1940--ID, the Dance Band had an assembly that set the little red school to "rockin' with rhythm". The band also played for the dancing at all the Tech dance festivals which were held after Tech's chief events. The "solid sending" of the boys in the band was due in no small part to the guidance and loyalty of Mr. Vester and the whole hearted support of the faculty. To them and all others who have helped us, we wish to extend our gratitude. Row Ilgrank Swartzman, Richard Terepin, Frank Rossie, Robert Betzer, Charles Picker, Garnet Johnston, Allen Linneborn, Pasquale agarozzo. Row Stanley Kotas, Elwood Dengis, Eugene Garigen, Manfred Schopf, Robert Franclemont, Arthur Fawida, Edward State, Richard Row Row Burchalewski. Earl Drolhnger, Alfred Barmasse, Chester Bzowski, Myron Bowen, Sebastian Diltlaria, Donald Stamp, Joseph Cirbus, Louis ogers. . Albert Baumler, Horst Klussman, Paul Wild, Edward Thomas, Robert Dunz, Mr. Aumer. President-GEORGE LIMBURG Vice President-PAUL WILD Secretary-HORST KLUSSMANN Treasurer-EDWARD THOMAS Sergeant-at-Arms-HAROLD MUELLER Adviser-MR. CARL G. AUMER The Machine Design Society of Buffalo Technical High School was organized almost twenty years ago by Mr. Conrad Christel. a Tech man and a machine design student endowed with leader- ship. The aims of the Nlachine Design Club are correlation of class instruction with related knowledge bv visits to industrial lants, which now has been abandoned because of the war and war industries programj, special speakers, moving pictures, and special lectures, demonstrations and exhibits pertaining to machine design. The society endeavors to foster a professional, cooperative, and social understandin amon its members, the fruits of which later are rea ed after raduation, when rub- . 3. 3 . . P g bmg elbows with men in industry. The Machine Design Society sponsors an assembly program annually, subscribes to the Ma- chinery Periodical, and purchases books to be used by students in Machine Design classes and by other students in Technical High School. The membership in this organization is open to all Juniors and Seniors in the Mechanical Course at Buffalo Technical High School. Mr. Sardella was our faculty adviser for the first part of the 1942-43 term. He has left school to take a position in the war industry. Mr. Aumer is our new faculty adviser and all members of the society are grateful for the interest he has shown in the club. ASTRO OMIC L OCIETY Row 8. Howard Joyce, John Greer, Marvin Greenfeld, Rudolph Schneider. Row 1 Don Kravlnvenger Janie' Nhultz Don Qchnorr Ken Rachow Charle' Lombard William 'Yemmer Row li William ilirk, PaullSehlelir, ilohn boergel, 'Roger,Stief. Frank firoseuiei, Dr. Chriswell. i I'- President-ROGER STIEF Vice President-Jflll N SOICRGEI, SecretaryfI"RANK BROSEMER Treasurer-PAIQL SCHLIQHR Sergeant-at-Arms-WilLLIAM BIRK Facultyfldriser-DR. M. IRYINC CHRISWELL The Tech Astronomical Society. founded in the spring of 1934 for the purpose of encouraging study of the stars. has seen many advances in its nine year history. Outstanding among them has been the construction of a 6-inch reflecting telescope. now permanently mounted in South Buffalo. A recent addition to the telescopic mechanism. enabled us to take excellent photographs of the Lunar Eclipse of the moon last summer. Its installation has marked a milestone in the club's history and we are looking forward to its further use this spring. The aim of the organization not only is to further interests in Astronomy. by including student lectures in its activities. but an effort has also been made to encourage the building of models of equipment used by ancient and modern astronomical science. Une such project, the successful fabrication of a lg" scale model of the 2200" telescope on Nlt. Palomar, California. was completed by the Society last spring. At the present time sky charts and lectures dealing with "Aerial Naviga- tion by the Lse of Stars" have been supplemented by a rapidly growing reference library on the subject. At our annual assembly, films were shown and at our banquet held each year, former Tech boys who organized and guided the Society during its formative years were brought together again for an evening of entertainment and reunion. We wish to express to our adviser, Dr. Chriswcll, our sincere appreciation for his earnest efforts in furthering the interests of Tau Alpha Sigma, and for his excellent guidance, that has made the Society a real success. 43 Row 2. Clyde Kaminska, William Peterangelo, Harold Stromberg, William Sharge, Ellsworth Whitney, Byron Bair, Silvio Graziadei. Row 1. Harry Hebard, Robert Thompson, Murray Belsky, Frank 0'Hara, Jack rindley. President-MURRAY BELSKY Vice President-FRANK O'lIARA Secretary-ROBERT THOMPSON Treasurer-JACK BRINDLEY Sergeant-at-Arms-HARRY HEBARD Faculty Adviser-MISS DOROTHY Wi. GRAIQER At 8:45 every Wednesday the warm spirit of the theater fills room 2l0 when the Dramatic Club convenes with Miss Grauer as chief adviser. The present membership consists of twenty-one en- thusiastic boys. The first presentation this year was the annual Fall Revue, when the members presented Clif- ford Coldsmith's comedy hit, What a Life, which was given'December 10th and llth. The play was quite different from the Revues of other years. It was a three act play with a different cast for each performance, and it was a great success. The club helped with the Christmas tableaus, which were well received and the club also pre- sented its annual assembly. Among the many services rendered by our organization are the assist- ance to the other organizations in the presentation of their plays and the presentation of a short entertainment in the assembly during the Tech Exhibit. We owe much thanks to Miss Crauer for her great assistance in making our club a real success. ...A gffffil QQQFJ5 ?5CHNKQ Row Row Row Ro w Row if 'SCYW Marvin Greenfeld, William Craig, R. Pratt Krull, Jr., Nelson Gibson, Norman Okoniewski, Gordon YVilson, Robert DeYYiH, William DeBreis, Ralph Kunze, Kenneth Felleisen, Leon VV0linski, John Robertson. Frederick McClellan, Ruger Patterson, Joseph Campagna, Earl Shapiro, Morris Lechluk, Russel Kuhn, Elmer Er-kert, Elwood Searles, Robert Bensonan, Kenneth Gipp, E. Smith, lx. Miller. Mr. Norman Vesler, E. Mefxullough, Ri:-hard Svhwind, Gordon Fagan, Erving Mix, .Fumes Legge, Steven 'l'omc-zyk, David Kobermuss, Yvifred Bowers. YVilliam Robertson, Rivharfl Dunrun, Arthur Sc-hrurler. Raymond Schneider, Robert Bolles, George Klein, Frank Bennie-e, Henry Schmitt, Frank Pyzikiewiez, Joseph Monte, Leonard Usiak, Dale Sorensen, Donald Czerniak, Harvey Robertson, Leonard 0'Seekey. Robert Payne, Ray Reinhold, Robert Fisher, Dominic Terreri, Kenneth Larsen, William Payne, Ruger Peck, Flyde Kaminska, Yvilliam Branch, Dominic Lampone. V Y acfax Nxa 03 fupleh 1 bor H XY ailing I1 lin Now Blow Hard Can 'lhls Be Lme'7 we x Sf" 'X bf stitch If-ft Right ldl Ageless Youth fi,-0 Y O lx 9 722-6, 1 .f' ,f if.: -if-R ATH LETICS GOLF 39 1 Qi ,-4.-A may Nlvlvln llinr, ,Xlvln lxalu ki, Hroxinic lxxnipi-1, llonaild wolf. f 5, C This yvar T1-ch Vkilllt' xvry close- to winning ilu-golf1-luainpionhliip. ll' lfflxsin Nlulo or Slanlvx liolas had shot his par gann- at lhm' XII lligll Xle-cl. ilu-1-up would haw' lu-vn placed in our HI'll1Nll for the first time in IIIHIIY yi-ars. SCllliDLil.li Si'lJlCIIllN'I' I2 'l't'l'lllll1'iil vs. Kensington -fl!-I2 Sc- rtvnilwr I9 'I'1'1'lllIll'2il xs. lfast - lfasl ilvlia ullval I Scpti-illlwr 210 'l'l'1'lllll1'iil ss. lfosilivli l'l0S1ll1'lx ilvlaulll-nl INDINIDLM. Sillblil-IS I-'UR 'l'Ill'l ALI, lllllll Xllilfl' llronislaus Kwapisz 97 Melvin Thur 97 Alxin lialicki 89 Donald XY olf 93 2576 Tcvll finished third in thi- ,XII lligh Xlocl. four points from thc- xsinnvr. and uso points fron second. Alvin lialivlxi lfduin ,Nluto Stanley hotas Richard Dunvan MAJOR LILTTHRS llronislans lux alnisz Nh-lvin Thur Sljl Xl? l,lf'lvl'l'iliS Stn-pln-in lhsornivlx NX illialn .lvfll-rf Jann-s lfairholin George- Nirwhvl Russ:-l llvinold lfdward 54-ilwrt Donald XX oll' Donald NX ii-dinann Ray lnond XX 5 li-gala Clayton Ross FOOTBALL Row 3. Franklin Stamer, Cn-captain: Joseph Jamieson, Fred Goehrig, George Evans, Harold Mueller. Row 2. Anthony Panzica, Walter Fleming, Norman Bahler, Anthony Sambrotto, Anthony De Joseph. Q Row l. Joseph Gosney, Captain: Anthony Renaldo, Carl Christiansen, Angelo Louisos, Eugene Garigen, Raymond Wlodarczak, Jack Brindley, Manager. Even though Tech didn't fare so well in the matter of games won, we furnished many thrills for the faithful followers who came out to see the games. They went away disappointed in the score, but happy in the fact that this year, as always, we had a team that never gave up trying until the last un was fired. October 3 October 10 ..... October 24 November 7 November 14 ,,... Norman Bahler' Carl Christiansen Anthony De Joseph Joseph Di Pirro George Evans Anthony Aquilina Michael Armenia Charles Halton Harry Blakowski Wilfred Bowers Peter Costa Edward De Young Jesse De Groat Raymond Eck TVIL Haas coached the team, Joseph Gosney was captain, and Jack Brindley was manager. SCHEDULE Technical vs. Fosdick ...... 1 J U i I iTechnical vs. Burgard ,..,... Technical vs. South Park. . , Technical vs. Seneca ....... J I i J i . iTehcnical vs. East ...... . MAJOR LETTERS Frank Festa Walter Fleming Eugene Garigen Frederick Goehrig Joseph Gosney Joseph Jamieson Angelo Louisos Harold Mueller Anthony Panzica Anthony Renaldo SQUAD LETTERS Eugene Eusanio Richard Gross Gerald Guilbault Raymond Herman Charles Herrington Richard Kaufman Bernard Kelly Willard Koepf Robert Miller Leo Mueller William Mueller Albert Randaccio Evan Reisler Robert Reitz Nathaniel Robinson John Rondino Bernard Salzman George Schweizer 6-6 0-14 7-13 6-12 6-12 Anthony Sambrotto Thaddeus Sroka Franklin Stamer Raymond Wodarczak Jack Brindley, Mgr. Robert Seufert Michael Sedia Richard Winter Harry Modeas Andrew Krafchak John Kruk James Schultz Dominick Lampone C 793 CROSS COU TRY D C303 Row Q. Theodore Waclnw-ki, William Hirnie, Herbert Ringer, Richard Jacklewski, Earl Nlcilreadlv, Nicholas Mitri, Paul Poliachik Inanagerl. 5 Rott 1. Willinni Braun, Jr., Fred Rosenthal, Edward Smith, Irving Rosenberg, Robert Adams, Irvin Green Tech had a successful cross country season, winning both preliminary meets, and placing one runner, Fred Rosenthal on the All High Team. 5 October 8 ...... ..........,. B ennett, Tech, Hutchinson, Riverside October 15. . . . . .Grover Cleveland, South Park, Tech October 22 ....,,...,........ All Academic High School Run In the All High meet the Tech Harriers finished as follows: Fred Rosenthal CSD. Herbert Ringer LIOQ, Patil Durning ffoj, William Braun HOD, Nicholas Nlitri LSU. The Team was coached by Mr. Gottsch and managed bv Paul Poliachiek. On Letter Day awards were given to the following boys: Donald Beyer William Braun Paul Durning Robert Adams William Birnie Douglas Rissontz Timothy Cotter MAJOR LETTERS Earl lIcCready Herbert Ringer Nicholas Mitri Fred Rosenthal John Douris Stanley Duchniek James Finley Irwin Green SQUAD LETTERS Albert Jones Joseph Jones Joseph Klumschat Irving Rosenberg Richard Iachlewski lfdw ard Smith Ted Wvaclawslgi Paul Poliachick, Xlgr. Harold Spence Robert Filipowicz Stanley Drzwuclti Arthur Wisniew ski 'WEEE' 11 if fill he Row 2. Mr. Thayer. Qoach: Anthony Panzica, Lawrence Kennedy, Joseph Jamieson, James Sc lt NI Row l. Milton Konovitz, Robert Michaels, Doyle Daughtry, Paul Poliachuck Anthony qamb tt This year the basketball team ended the season in sixth place with four wins and three defeats W ith a little luck on our side we would have done much better as far as the standings go, for in two out of the three games we lost, the score could have just as easily been in our favor. The schedule and scores are astfollowsz January January February February February March March ........Technicalvs. Technical vs. Technical vs. Technical vs. Technical vs. .Technical vs. .Technical vs. Burgard . . . East ...... South Park Fosdick .,.. Seneca .... Emerson. . . Riverside. . Awards were given to the following on Letter Day: MAJOR LETTERS Doxle Daughtry Larry Kennedy Robert Michaels Joseph Jamieson Milton Konovitz Anthony Panzica James Schultz-manager SQUAD LETTERS Irving Rosenburg Leo Mueller Eugene Garigen Angelo Louisos Thomas Stenhouse Eugene Szymanski 23-27 ..,..18-17 ....36-25 ....25-26 ,...33-31 .'. . .43-22 -..42-44 Paul Poliachick Anthony Sambrotto Robert Coles BASKETBALL SWIMMING N tg RlphK Fh Row 2. Paul Rubaeh, VVilliam Zahn, James .lon omery, a unzie, Carl . ristiansen. Row l. Harvey Robertson, Howard Zahn, Vincent Cavaretti, James Downey, Kenneth Hoedt. Q A . This year's swimming team contested in eight dual meets, winning one and losing ses en lihf team was very efficiently and capably coached by Mr. John M. Stern. The team was captamcd by Merle Day and managed by William Robertson. The schedule and scores of the meets are as follows: lanuary 7 Technical vs. Kensington .... ..,, 2 4 51 lanuary 14 Technical vs. South Park 25-4T January 28 Technical vs. Bennett ..... .... 2 0 55 February 10 Technical vs. Fosdick, , . 48-24 February 18 Technical vs. Hutchinson, . ..,. 35-37 February 25 Technical vs. Lafayette. . .4.. 29-46 March 4 .Technical vs. Riverside, , . ,.., 30-45 March 11 Technical vs. East ..... 27-48 The following awards were given on Letter Day: MAJOR LETTERS Vincent Cavaretta James Downey James Montgomery Howard Zahn Carl Christiansen Kenneth Hoedt Harvey Robertson William Zahn Merle Day Ralph Kunzie Paul Ruback SQUAD LETTERS Roger Rettig Charles Pederson William Neffke Burt Grossman Pratt Krull Richard Ryan John Robertson C329 of f f , 1 qs Row 4. garnet John-hm, Rub:-rl Hes-lvr. Lawrenr-e Kennedy, Lloyd Vaswell, Eugene liarigen. Anthony anzu-zu. Row 3. .lark ilurk, Wvillinln lrlivlh, llirlmrrl Xlbuno, l"iligene Nlunkuweki, .Klfred Riedel, R.i3'nlnnrl ifrirlnrf-nik. Joseph Iver-i, Jose-pli 'l'onnie-, Robert lluirixsehik, llziniel f':trnevale. Row 2. l':1lWlll Hail, llmunard Laimivki, lit-urge Nirwhel, Hubert Re-itz, Russell Heinulcl, Henry Green, IUIIYJPIII' lklnski. Gerald Luna. ii? Row l. Rohr-rt Sc-haefer, Xnthuni'Sanihmtto, Paul Poliaehik, Norman Galvin, George Yavieoli, Richard Xlajvhrzak, Ralph Brosnmn, Ri:-hard Kaufman. U f At the time that this book went to press, baseball Candidates had not been called out nor had the schedule been published. However, we can only wish the baseball team much success and hope that those players who don the Tech uniform for the first time will do the utmost in their power to uphold the traditions of Tech on the diamond. EB LL C333 v-uv-tru ,, QS How l. Arthur Riedel, Kenneth Heitrneyer, Robert Zinter, Leon Blasiak, Lee Howick, Frank Schwartz- nian, Frank llossie. A A Hou 2. flyde Karninska, Leonard Gworch, Edward Ahrens, Irving Rosenberg, Glenn Herrmann, lrwm Green, Richard Krentz. At the time this book went to press, the schedule for the spring tennis competition had not been released for publication. However, the candidates who were selected last fall in the elimination tourn- aments are ready, and to them and to the other members of the team., we wish the best of success. It is also our hope that they will once more bring to Tech the Old Park Club Trophy, the symbol of tennis supremacy in the high schools. The members of last year's team who are expected to play this year are Irving Rosenberg Frank Schwartzman Robert Zinter The following boys finished well up in the fall elimination contests and might play on the '43 team: Leonard Gworek Thomas La Penna Kenneth Reitmeier John Kina we ,, - , xtv ' Ron fl. .lzunes Fairholrn, Donald Smith, liulvcrl Schoening, Edwin Yvullner, Howard Yvidener. Row Q. llerhert Ringer, Robert Ric-ske, Fred Rosenthal, Earl Surgule, Kenneth Busharclt. Row I. .lanies Vollins, William lirnun, Jr., John Huwson, Richard Juehlewski, William Murphy. At the time this book went to press, candidates for the track team had not yet been called outg however, we hope that this year's team will bring additional laurels to Tech by winning the Scalp and Blade Trophy, which is presented to the winner of the All High Academfc Meet. TRCK , ' C353 THE CHEER LEADERS Rear. Donald Zimmerman Center. Walter Lewis, Joseph Ucci Front. Patrick Mangan 5 , In former years the cheerleaders were chosen by our last adviser Mr. Bensman. He later made up a scheme of having them selected by a popularity contest, in which the volume of applause of the student body in response to the efforts and antics of would-be cheer leaders was measured by a decibelmeter. The term of 1942-43 has marked a new page in the merriment of Tech. The cheer leaders have enjoyed the thrill of leading the students in expressing the school's gratitude to an entertainer or speaker. They have also enjoyed working to lend mora support to our teams on the fields of sport. Each year we find our Senior cheer leaders leaving because of graduation. In' September two Sophomores are elected and the group starts all over again. We regret to say that our former adviser Mr. Bensman has left us to teach defense classes here at Tech. We cheer leaders wish to extend our greatest appreciation to our new adviser Mr. Clark C. Suor. May the cheer leaders of 1943-44 have great success in their "year of leadership". C869 But I m Telllng Yg- xi' we CQXQ VI' Toughle' 6 Ur Dry s Office W lse Nlenq C60 68 69 99' Goo? 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