Technical High School - Techtonian Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1944 volume:
Y E A R B O O K
OF THE BUFFALO
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
MISS ELLEN G. HERLIHY
TO MISS ELLEN G. HERLIHY
SENIOR CLASSROOM AND STUDY ROOM TEACHER,
WHO RETIRED JANUARY 1, 1944,
IN GRATEFUL RECOGNITION OF
HER SOUND GUIDANCE,
HER CONSTANT SOLICITUDE,
HER ABLE TUTELAGE,
AND OF HER MANY YEARS OF' DEVOTION TO THE
BEST INTERESTS OF
BUFFALO TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL,
WE, THE CLASS OF 1944, DEDICATE THIS YEARBOOK
RICHARD R. DRY
C4 GORDON RYTHER
THE FACULTY OF TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
Richard R . Dry
Substitute Administrative Assistant
Mary M. Brown
Secretary, War Industrie
Marguerite A. Roty
Ruth M. Iloffman
Luella M. Brooks
Mildred L. Cornell
Albert E. Centsch
George H. Mertens
Bernard J. Rooney
llildegarde W. Rooney
DRAFTING AND DESIGN
Carl C. Aumer
Calvin C. Bishop
Eugene W. Boller
John W. Burkhalter
Roy C. French
John J. Calvin
Harold ll. Hoefller
Albert E. Pape
Howard W . Schwenk
Fred J. Soukup
Emil M. Wiesinger
Doris C. Benham
Dorothy W. Grauer
Dorothy S. Erismann
E. Florence Kimmins
Loretto M. Kirkwood
Gerald R. 0'Donnc
Julia C. Murray
Charlotte A. Smith
Mary F. Smith
Prudence M. Veatch
Anita R. Woodworth
Eunice S. Milks
Feor e A Schneider
I g . I
Anna T. Brooks
Della M. Cutting
Gwendolyn P. Schieb
Bernice E. Werle
C. Cordon Ryther
Anna E. llalloran
Loretta M. McDonnell
David E. Allen
M. Dorothy Balkin
M. Irving Chriswell
Helen D. Flavin
Wilbur K. Kennedy
Clark C. Suor
Irma G. Thiel
Leo L. Willard
Edward J. Beuther
Alex R. Birnie
Aubrey C. Dayman
.lohn E. Dormeyer
William A. Krueger
John C. Schelhamer
Robert L. Strunk
Albert J. Winton
Norman J. Vester
William G. Braun
Edward D. Gottsch
Albert K. Haas
Arthur P. Kreiner
Leo R. Andrus
Clarence H. Bensman
Homer C. Brooks
Arthur J. Hessinger
Frank L. Hoyer
Constance E. Kogel
Geor e A. Lavis
Hamid N. Metzger
Carl A. Munn
J. Alfons Schieb
Alice E. Ulrich
Maude L. Wallace
Elizabeth E. Ilealy
UN MII.I'I'ARY LEAVE 0
F. Kyrl Dec
Harold E. Owen
ON LEAVE: as Supervisor in the New York State Education Department
Harold W. Ranney
UN LEAVE: As Instructor at Cornell University
Edward II. Sawers
ON LEAVE: Instructor at Bell Aircraft Corporation
,loselgl E. Sardella
rafting and Design
ON LEAVE: As Director of Child Care Centers
Harley E. Salisbury
GEORGE W. PALMER
William D. Dauhert
.lohn II. Nycnhuis
Marie B. Fisher
Irene E. Meyers
DRAFTING AND DESIGN DEPAH'I'MEN'l'
BUFFALO TECHNICAL IIIGII SCIIOOI,
MISS CLARA G. BAGLEY
Miss Bagley, who came to Tech in 1919 to teach mathematics to
countless Freshmen and Sophomores, retired in June 1943. For several
years she had been a study room teacher and a Freshman, then a
As a teacher, Miss Bagley was capable, patient, and successful,
as a study room teacher, she was kindly, wise, and understandingq
as an adviser, her outstanding trait of conscientiousness made her
cooperation a blessing and a criterion.
Of her time and skill Miss Bagley was unusually generous, for any
student-the exceptionally gifted or the slow to understand-received
careful instruction outside of class time. These pupils remember
her liberality well, and their inarticulate gratitude must be her com-
pensation for faithful devotion to duty and the young in her charge.
Nor has her interest in Tech ceased. Daily as the newspapers carry
information of the work in service or industry of boys who once were
pupils here, Miss Bagley reads and clips these items, sending them
to e added to the school scrapbook. So, her loyal spirit is with us still.
MISS ELLEN G. HERLIHY
When the Christmas season had vanished and Technical School
reopened, it was discovered that Miss Herlihy, senior study room
teacher in room 108 since 1921, had very quietly retired. Furthermore
she had gone to a new and 'ovful life in Texas.
Since 1920 she had tauglltihistory and civics on the schedule, but
her occupation only began there, for no enterprise of the Senior Class
was executed without her zealous, enthusiastic counsel and effort.
Senior Council meetings, picnics, elections, Class Day, banquets,
skating parties, all benefited by her assiduous guidance.
To Miss Herlihy, the half of the Senior Class which reported daily
to room 108 was composed, not of a mass, but of individuals in whom
she took a rare interest, advising, placating, reassuring, cajoling,
festraining each according to his need, helping to solve their prob-
ems with thoughtful, tactful heed.
Much of the tone which has distinguished undertakings of the
Senior Class has been due to her good taste and judgment.
The high standards of conduct and emphasis u on integrity which
Miss llerlihy consistently stressed, not alone by precept but by
example, place her amon the moulders of tradition in this school
where she was long a vita? force.
THE TECHTONIAN YEARBOOK
RICHARD R. DRY
ART LAY OUT EDITORIAL
Bernard J. Rooney Julia C. Murray
Albert E. Gentsch Helen D. Flavin
Edward R. Ahrens
Frederick 0. Ford
Paul N. Gregoire
Gerald G. Haase
Senior .4 rt Editor
George W. Lytle
Francis J. Noack
James D. Harrington
Alfred F. Horton
Frank J. Manzella
Robert G. Manzella
. Murray V. Belsky Junior Art Editor,
Charles H. J. Bernhard
Howard M. Schwartz Aldo P. Ceccato
Edward Z. Walentznowicz J
Gordon E. Fagan
Lewis K. Felleisen Harry D. Hebard
David T. Fleck Daniel J. Linkowski
Erving R. Mix Jack McCartan
Maurice R. Stein
William Rraun-Russell Kuhn ...... . .
Robert L. Zinter
Robert Coles-Alan Goerlitz .....,......., ....,. l 02
Robert Baker-Richard Richthammer ......., ...... 1 07
Frank Rossie-Walter Fitton ...,.............. ...... 1 08
Salvatore Lombardo-Matthew Kazierczak ..,... ....,. 2 01
Albert Seames-Michael Titorcnho .,......... ..,... 2 09
Charles Jamieson-James Michael ........... ....,. 2 13
Mario DiQuilio-Danford Lavis ..,, ..,.. ...... 2 1 9
James Finley--Armin Perry ........ ...... 2 22
Owen Maijir-Richard Nagel ....... ...... 3 09
John Radevki-Gerald Haase .... ...... 3 10
John Paulin-Melvin Scott .................,...,........ 317
Joseph Dowling-Hugh Price ............................. 318
ASSISTANTS FOR SENIOR APPOINTMENTS
Building Design Course-Joseph Moretta
N Industrial Chemistry-Oscar G. Bargnes
Lollege Preparatory Course-Irvin Rosenberg
Electrical CoursegJohn F. Howarg
Mechanical Course-Sebastian S. DiMaria
JOHN S. R0llHR'I'SON
GERALD J. MURPHY
EDWARD G. SEIl!ER'l'
Gl'IORGE W. I-EAST
ANTHONY J. SCAPPI-X'lIIU
WAYI..-KN!! ll. JOHN:-RUN
DONIINICK V. Nllilill
THE COLOR GUARD
"A thoughtful mind,when it sees a nation's Hag, sees not the flag only but the nation
itself," said one of our great Americans, and surely in these times of stress, every
Tech boy, when he takes part in our color ceremony and salutes the flag, salutes
not the flag only but the country for which it stands-his country-giving with
his lifted hand a silent pledge to guard and preserve it.
The salute to the flags brought in by the Color Guard of seniors opens every as-
sembly held at Tech. Begun at the time of -the last World War, it has become one
of our best-loved traditions, and proud is the boy chosen to be one of the guard.
When he approaches the close of his junior year, he becomes eligible for the posi-
tion. If he has proved himself to be an earnest worker and a de-pendable, co-operative
citizen of his school community, he may be one of the fifteen candidates chosen
by his classmates. He must then stand the test of selection by his teachers, and if
he is among the final eight who receive the highest rating from them, his place on
the guard is assured.
By accepting the honor, he assumes the obligation of being at all times ready to
officiate at his post and to maintain the same standard of conduct which earned his
election. In short, he must strive to deserve the beautiful gold honor pin given him
at the end of his service.
To the members of this yearly group who have gone out from Tech, the guarding
of the flag, which began for them as a beautiful symbol, has changed to deadly
earnest. One is flying a fighter plane, a P-39, in the raids over Europe. Another,
from whom a V-mail letter has just come, is helping to stem the Nazi tide in Italy.
A third in the South Pacific is driving the ,Taps back to Tokio. A fourth is navigat-
ing a Liberator bomber, another is working in the
"SeaBees"-The Construction Battalion-the tale
But wherever they are, we can be sure-sure they
are showing that their position at Tech was no empty,
unmeaning honor. They are proving themselves a
true "Color Guard."
DANIICI. F. .IAFOBS WILLIAM G. HRAYN 2 l
THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
ON CLASS DAY
As a prelude to graduation exercises, the members of the class of 1944 joyously present this thirty-
seventh Class Day program. I deem it a great privilege to extend a cordial welcome on behalf of the
Senior Class to the parents, faculty, and students gathered here. We are not unmindful, on this
pleasant occasion, of those who are absent,'having left for the service of our country. Gentlemen, we
salute you, and are proud of your fortitude!
The tradition of Class Day provides a program of the History, Prophecy, Will, and Poem of the
graduating body. Our class lawyer makes known our quaint and antic bequests to the fortunate
Juniors. Our historian will trace the activities of this group during its four years at Technical, the
prophet will attempt to forsee the future of our Members.
This is a most opportune time to express appreciation to those who have made possible these
twelve years of education. First let us dwell upon the very opportunity afforded us-an opportunity
unique in most countries, that of securing development of latent abilities, of receiving a basis for
future growth and economic power, at an age when others like us in less happy quarters of the world
are already doing "day labor" in the fields of industry or arms. To our parents whose sacrifices and
ambition have given us the boon of education, we offer our sincere gratitude. May we succeed and
thereby repay their care.
We are appreciative also of the wisdom, patience, and foresight of the faculty in carrying out the
desires of our parents, that graduates of this school may emerge as useful, thoughtful citizens. Many
problems will confront us all in the trying days ahead. May we meet them with conhdence, with
zeal, with humility, and with spiritual guidance!
Join us, however, on this carefree occasion, in the whole-hearted enjoyment of Class Day.
Donald A. Fisher
"The old order changeth, yielding place to the new
And Codfulfils himsey' in many ways"
This quotation from Tennyson's "Idylls of the King" expresses appropriately the situation which
prevails in the world today.
We seniors will depart shortly and the Juniors, the class of '45, will assume the position of "top
men" in Technical High School.
We have witnessed many events during the'last four yearsg incidents that will be recorded in
history as they certainly have altered the political, social, and economic state of the entire world.
Events such as the unmerciful London blitz, the reelection of Franklin D. Roosevelt as president of our
beloved country and of course the most tragic and cruel act of them all, the perfidious Pearl Harbor
attack. We have witnessed disheartening military setbacks but we have also watched the slow but
sure turn of events which precedes an inevitable Allied victory.
Upon graduating, many of us will not only leave Tech, but we will also leave our homes and our
friends so that we may fight those aggressors who are striving to create a despotic world, a world
which will forbid gatherings such as theseg gatherings at which we can recall memories of four of the
most felicitous and beneficial years of our lives.
Yes the time has once again arrived when we must bid farewell to the maroon and white, never
more to see a line of young, eager, typically American boys projecting from room 103, never more to
see the shy Freshmen standing in the rear of the assembly, or singing at the tops of their voices
during a rousing football rally.
New occasions force upon our young untried shoulders many new duties. But we will cope with
these additional burdens with comparative ease for if we partake of the opportunities afforded us
by our teachers and principal we will emerge into this war-torn world, a match, both in mind and
in body, for the youth of any nation. Not only have they taught us fundamentals of technical and
economic subjects but they have also drilled into us the importance of honesty and fair play.
Nor are we to forget those hearts which are now overflowing with the joy of our successg those
eyes which are now vainly struggling to restrain the tears rising from glad hearts: tears which come
because of the realization of long-felt hopes. No, let no one commit folly by thinking that without
the care and beneficence showered upon us by our parents could we be assembled here today cele-
brating our triumph.
As we leave our Alma-Mater and shed the tunic of our youth to don the melancholy cloak of man-
hood, we may sincerely say that in our hearts are feelings of happiness and joy, for we love our school
and we will strive to do her justice and make her proud to recognize us as members of the famous
ANTHONY J. SCAPPECHIO
FAREWELL T0 TECH
On the threshold of New Worlds
I sing a song of hope.
I sing of golden hours,
Of Hallowed Halls,
Of ,Ioyous Song,
Of Meaningful Clatter-
They are not gone-
They will return
Whenever our hearts grow lonely for
Wherever we be in this land
Of thriving cities-of eaeeful farms,
Of learned persons-oi, simple folk,
Of happy people-of folk bereft,
Ol' towering skyscrapers-of lowly hovels.
We seek to conquer new worlds,
We are only content with progress.
We seek to forge from what we have
A better place, a better home to mold
We have the will
To enter the fight.
We are strong-Our cause is just.
We know we are right.
I sing of Colden Hours
Of joyous youth at Tech.
I tell you these hours are never spent-
Remaining with us., gaining strength with time
I tell you of days gone by that are to e,
I toast Dear Tech now and forever more
and fling my challenge to
1914 - 1944
The class of I944 will be the thirtieth to be graduated from this building, although it will be the
thirty-seventh in the annals of Technical High School. Tech is one of the oldest secondary schools in
Buffalo, being thc fourth institution to be chartered as a high school by the Regents of the State of
New York. This occurred in 1905.
On April 20, l9l4, a procession of 672 boys and 22 faculty members marched from the old building
on Elm Street originally called the Mechanic Arts lligh School, to the new red brick structure. Mr.
Arthur llurrell was the principal and in that faculty were numbered six members of today's
teaching staff: Mr. Richard R. Dry, the principal in 1944, Miss Mason, Mr. Bishop, Mr. Dayman.
Mr. Nyenhuis. and Mr. Schneider. ln June l9l4 a Senior Class of 40 boys received diplomas.
These three decades have seen many changes: technical courses for girls prevailed from l9l5 to
l938g World War l saw student industrial and farm cadetsg 1200 soldiers were quartered in the build-
ing during the summer vacation, to receive vocational training here and at other vocational schools:
Unit Technical Courses were adopted in l920g the registration rose to 2095 in 19323333 Fifth Year
Courses were introduced in l935g World War 2 saw the first, of many hundred students to enter
service, enlist December 8, l94l. The registration last September was 1617 and there is a Senior
Class of 224 pupils: the faculty now numbers 83.
Throughout these thirty years under the principalship of Mr. Hurrell, Mr. Childs, and Mr. Dry,
there has been a steady adherence to fundamental yet progressive technical education, the soundness
of which is attested by the success of the many hundreds of graduates of Buffalo Technical High
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SEBASTIAN S. DiMARIA
JOSEPH E. KLIMSCHOT
HARRY D. HEBARD
IACK McCARTAN The Senior Council is a group of twelve seniors chosen at a class election at
the beginning of each year. Six of these are chosen as class officers and the re-
maining six are chosen to represent their respective courses. It is the duty of the
Senior Council to provide for the class an interesting entertainment program and
also to choose the class poet, prophet, lawyer, and historian.
This year we of the Senior Council feel that the entertainment program follow-
ed this year provided each student with much enjoyment. We have made the
Senior Prom an annual affair, this year it was held for the second time at the
Kleinhans Music Hall on May 26. A Skating Party, held at Scott's Roller Rink,
not only provided funds for the class but also gave every one who attended
The Senior Class this year wishes to extend its heartiest thanks to its advisers,
Mr. Dry, Miss F lavin, Mrs. Brooks, Miss Schultz, and Mr. Andrus, who through
their most careful guidance have made our class as successful as it was.
IINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY FOUR
ALBANO, RICHARD J.-AA
, Baseball s nad, Intra-mural, bas-
ketball, Faiil Revue
BAEUMLER ALBERT C.-M
Mu Delta Treas. '43, Junior Red
Cross Com., Honor Roll CD
BARGNES, OSCAR G.-IC
Vice-Pres. Chemistry Club '4-2,
Senior Hi-Y, Usher.
ANAGNOSTOU, ANTHONY, J .-M
Sgt.-at-Arms Mu Delta '43, Cap-
tain swimming team '44-, Senior
Ass't Sgt.-at-Arms, Chairman Sen.
Skate, Junior Red Cross Com.,
Honor Roll QSJ
BANASZAK, STANLEY M.-CP
Track squad, Honor Roll C31
BARMASSE, ALFRED C.
Mu Delta, Junior Red Cross Com.,
Track Squad, Intra-mural Basket-
ball and Baseball, Office monitor,
Vice-President Senior Class, Hon-
or Roll 1192
BASTIANI, MARIO J.
Basketball ma'or letter, Intra-
mural Basketbajll, Monitor
BEAM, DOUGLAS C.-CP
Senior Hi-Y, Junior Red Crosl
Com., Intra-mural baseball, bal
ketball, and football, Office Moni
tor, Honor Roll UQ
my CL! A M vt, fyhir
BELSKY, MURRAY V.-AA BEN, STANLEY J.-IC
Senior Council, President Dra-
matic Club '44, Sec'y Delta Chi
'42, Graphic Arts Club, Fall
Revue, Freshman Play, Christmas
Play, Varsity Debate, Show Case
Com., Service Board, News aper
Staff, Yearbook Art Staff, Isonor
BESTEHORN, ERIC H.--CP
Senior Hi-Y, Intra-Mural football
Manager '43, Junior Red Cross
Com., Emer. First Aid Squad,
Hall Monitor, Office Monitor,
Honor Roll Q31
BLASIAK, LEON S.-CP
Fall Revue, Track Squad, Emel
First Aid Squad, Honor Roll fll
BLEWETT, ALAN C.-CP BONDANZA, ARMANDO J.-M
Track Squad, Freshman Play,
BURMEIER, KENNETH F.
Radio Guild, Honor Roll QU
CRLIANO, LUCO D.-E
Radio Guild, Intra-mural basket-
ball, baseball and football
CLCCATO, ALDO P.-AA
Dance Band, Intra-mural basket-
ball, Fall Revue, S ring Musical,
Yearbook Art Staff,iIonor Roll Q4-J
BORK, WALTER A.-CP BOWEN, MYRON O.
Junior Hi-Y, Office Monitor, Hon- Dramatic Club, Mu Delta, Rol-
or Roll USD
lers, Intra-mural Basketball, Stage
hand, Honor Roll f9l, Class Pro-
BRAUN, WILLIAM G.-CP BRIGHTON, WALTER A.-CP
Corr. Sec'y Kappa Sigma, Fresh-
man President, Cross Country
Major, Track Squad, Hall Moni-
tor, Color Guard, Olfice Monitor,
Freshman Debate, Band and
Orchestra, Fall Revue, Jun. Red
Cross Com., Emer. First Aid
Squad, Intra-mural football, bas-
ketball, baseball, Honor Roll f22J
BROSMAN, RALPH A.-CP
Football and Baseball S uad,
Emer. First Aid Squad, Igonor
BZOWSKI, CHESTER L.
Machine Design Society, Track
Major, Intra-mural basketball,
Honor Roll U01
CASWELL, LLOYD C.-CP
Junior Hi-Y, Rollers, Band, Base-
ball S uad, Football Squad, Hon-
or Roll CD
CERCONE, FRANK R.-BD
CINOTTI, JULIO ANTHONY-AA CIVELLO, JOSEPH R.-E
Graphic Arts Club, Honor Roll KD Radio Guild, Band, Orchestra,
Football major, Intra-mural Base-
Jun. Red Cross Com., Intra-mural
basketball, Office monitor, Usher,
Christmas Play, Yearbook Adver-
tising Staff, Honor Roll 122,
BRZESKI, STANLEY J.-CP
Band, Intra-mural football, base-
ball, and basketball, Hall monitor,
Yearbook Advertising StaH, Fall
Revue, Emer. First Aid Squad,
Honor Roll f5j
CORRIGAN, GEORGE J.----RDC
Sev'y ll:-la Delta Sigma, lnlra-
nnural football, Open house
IIRANDELI., GLY Y II.-E
IPANGELO, ROBERT A.,-AA
Orchestra '40, '43, Treasurer,
Graphic Arts Club. Intra-mural
lluskelball, lntra-mural Football.
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CORTELLI, LEONARD E.-M
CUTHILL, WILLIAM R.-E
Sec'y and Treas. Radio Guild '43,
Honor Roll Q61
DeYOUNG, EDWARD C.--AA
DiCARLO, CARMEN A.-M
Hall Monitor, Honor Roll 1141
Vice-Pres. Chess Club '44, Mu
Delta, Intra-mural baseball, Hon-
or Roll Q14-D
DUNCAN, RICHARD B.-M
Mu Delta, Band, Orchestra, Dance
Orchestra, Golf Squad, Honor
Roll CSD, Class Lawyer '44
DWORNIK, STEPHEN E.-CI'
Collectors Club, Band, Golf
Squad, Intra-mural baseball, foot-
ball, Hall Monitor, Fall Revue,
Euler, First Aid Squad, Honor
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44 A lf A .1
DiMARlA, sr:BAs'rlAN s.wM
Mu Delta Vice-Pres. '43, Senio
Council, Jun. Red Cross Com.
Honor Roll C91
DROLLINGER, EARL A.-M
President Mu Delta '44, Dramati
Club, Aeronautical Society, Fa
Revue, Office Monitor, Jun. Re
Cross Com., Honor Roll C11
DUZEN, WILLI AM G. -RD
EAST, GEORGE W.-CI'
junior Vice-President, Col
Guard, Euler. First Aid S ua
Office Monitor, jun. Red are
Coin., Honor Roll 118,
FITTON, WAL'rEII A.-M
lntra-mural baseball, Office Mon-
itor, Jun. Red Cross Com., Honor
FLEMING, STEWART E.-IC
Drum Corps, Intra-mural foot-
ball, baseball, Honor Roll f6J
FRANKE, WILLIAM A.-M
FRIDEY, TIIEODORE J.-BD
Tech Boat Club '41-'42, Tech
Roller Club '41-'42, Building De-
iifn Society '42-'43 '43-'44, Stage
anager '42-'43 '43-'44, Fall Re-
ECKERT, ELMER H.-CP
President Kappa Sigma Phi '44,
Radio Guild, Band, Orchestra,
Swin Band, Track Ma'or, jun.
Red gross Com., Honor Roll C141
FELLEISEN, LEWIS K.-IC
Pres. Chemistr Club '44, Treas.
Senior Hi-Y, 'I?i'eas. Senior Class,
Yearbook Editorial and Adver-
tising Staff, Intra-mural baseball,
basketball, ' football, Football
Squad, Usher, Bond-selling Chair-
Enzin, Office Monitor, Honor Roll
Boat Club, Cross-countr Squad,
Track S uad, Office iionitor,
Honor Roil C41
lFLECK, DAVID T.-CP
Class Historian, Chess Club, Fall
Revue, Usher, Yearbook Editorial
Staff, Intra-mural football, Honor
FORDE, FREDERICK 0.-AA
Photography, Honor Roll KSH
FRAY, MELVILLE L.-M
GAJEWSKI, BERNARD J.-E
Senior Hi-Y, Radio Guild, Tennis
Squad, Usher, Honor Roll C2D,
ELDRIDCE, ALLAN E.-CP
lntra -mural basketball, Honor
FESTA, FRANK M.-IC
Football Major '42-'43, Captain
FISHER, DONALD A.-E
President Senior Class, Jun. Hi-Y,
Senior Hi-Y, Chemistry Club,
Usher, Hi-Y Debate Team
Chess Club. llonor Roll U01,
Class Poet '41-
GEIGER, ALLEN R.-E
GERBRACHT, ROBERT W.-Cl'
Tech En ineer, Office Monitor,
Honor Roql 151
CALVIN, NORMAN S.-CP
Jun. Red Cross Com., Track
Squad, Baseball Squad, Football
GENTILE, LAWRENCE C.-M
Mu Delta, Intra-mural football
CIPP, KENNETH C.-E
COLDFUSS, FRANK K.-BDC
Track Squad, Building Design
CREGOIRE, PAUL N.-AA
Dramatic Club, Swimming Squad,
GROSSMAN, BURTON N.-CP
Jun. Hi-Y, Swimming S uad,
Jun. Red Cross Com., Hlonor
GUILBAULT, NORMAN G.-E
Cha lain, Adviser, Pres. Jun.
Hi-Ei Vice-Pres. Senior Hi-Y,
Radio Guild, Football Major,
Usher, Honor Roll Q21
A 1 X rv
GOTTWALD, FREDERICK W.-
Senior Hi-Y, Jun. Hi-Y, Chess
Club, Boat Club, Fall Revue,
CROSS, RICHARD R.-Cl'
Treas. Junior Class, Sec'y-Treas.
Chess Club '43, Pres. Chess Club
'44, Football Squad, lntra-mural
football, Honor Roll U01
GUGINO, PETER A.-E
GUTTNIAN, IVIELVIN D.-CP
Honor Roll C51
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alfa. , ,. r". fiitii EFV4
IIICSSLER, ROBERT A.-E
President Sophomore and junior
Class, Sg't-at-Arms Kappa Sigma
I'hi 'fl-4, Baseball Squad, Intra-
mural football and basketball,
Ilonor Roll C155
HOWICK, RAYMOND C.-IC
Senior Ili-Y, Basketball Squad,
lntra-mural basketball, baseball,
JACOBS, DANIEL F.-IC
Color Guard, Radio Guild Pro-
gram Com., Uflice Monitor, Ilon-
or Roll CU
,II'1I"I'II'1IIYS, WILLIANI II.-bl
Mu Delta, Aeronautical Club,
Golf Squad, Ass't Manager foot-
ball, Basketball Major
HAGLUNII, RAYMOND H.-M
Chess Club, Mu Delta, Intra-
mural baseball, Honor Roll Q31
HASTINGS, VICTOR E.-M
Band, Orchestra, Mu Delta, Hon-
or Roll Q81
HEINOLD, RICHARD R.-CI'
Golf Squad, Baseball Major, Jun.
Red Cross Com., Honor Roll C71
,J ', 3,4 ,
4,4-dl ' vokinf i
HOWARD, .IOHN F.-E
Radio Guild, Swimming Squad
IIUMES, EDWAIID ,l.-M
JARLINSKI, ARTHUR W.-IC
Football Squad, Sr. Ili-Y, Chem-
istry Club, Basketball Major,
lntra-mural basketball, baseball,
JETTAS, DONALD S-CI'
Dramatic Club, Monitor
IIANSGATE, ,IOIIN P.-M
IIEBARD, IIARRY D.-Cl' '
Fall Revue, Senior Council, Sg't-
at-Arms Dramatic Club 'fl-3, Vice-
I'res. Dramatic Club '44, Senior
Ili-Y, Usher, Track Squad, M.C.
at Freshman Assembly 'fl--1-, Year-
book Editorial Staff, Office Mon-
itor, Jun. Red Cross Com., Ilonor
IIERRINGTON, CIIARLICS IC.-
Track Major, Beta Delta Sigma
Ass't Sg't-at-Arms 'fl-4 Football
3. xx fy.,-'S
JOHNSON, WAYLAND H.-AA
Honor Roll U4-D, Collectors Club,
,Iunior Dirertor Art-Library Club,
Yearbook Art Staff, Photo Staff,
KANE, DONALD F.-E
KENNEDY, LAWRENCE F.-CP
Rollers, Basketball Major, Base-
ball Major, Hall Monitor, Jun.
Red Cross Com., Honor Roll Q31
Honor Roll C6D, Intra-u1uralath-
KELLY, BERNARD H.-BDC
Jun. Hi-Y Vice-Pres., Pres. Build-
ing Desiqn Society, Sg't-at-Arms
Junior C ass, Track Squad, Foot-
ball Squad, Intra-mural basket-
ball, baseball, football
KESSLER, RONALD W.-M
KITCHIN, NELSON L.--E
KOEPF, WILLARD' C.-M
Band, Track Squad, Football
KORDUBA, STEVE B.-CP
Senior Hi-Y, Swimming Squad,
KUHN, RUSSELL J.-CP
Radio Guild, Orchestra, Band,
Kappa Sigma Phi, Honor Roll Q81
KLIMSCHOT, JOSEPH E.-E
Jun. Ili-Y, Senior lli-Y, Senio
Council, Cross Countr Squat
Usher,lntra-mural baseball, fool
ball, basketball, Honor Roll Q3
KOLPACK, CLEON C.-BDC
Buildin Design Society, Honc
KORYCKI, JOHN J.-M
LAMBERT, LOUIS J.-M
JGHTNER, JOHN A.-CP
gaigra-mural Baseball, Honor Roll
JSIECKI, DANIEL A.-BDC
ONG, HARRY E.-CP
Dramatic Club '40
YNN, IRVIN F.-AA
LA PENNA, THOMAS P.-BDC
Tennis Major, Honor Roll 14,
LECHTICK, MORRIS N.-M
Band, Orchestra, Delta Chi, Fresh-
man - Sophomore Debate, Hall
Monitor, Oilice Monitor, Honor
LEWICKI, WALTER M.-CP
Fall Revue, Honor Roll f15D
LINKOWSKI, DANIEL QI.-CP
Honor Roll C1423 Intra-mural
Baseball '41-'42, Football '41-'42,
Fall Revue '42-'43, Techtonian '44
Pres. Graphic Arts '43-'44, Fall
Revue '40, Intra-mural Basketball
'41-'42-'43'-'44-,Baseball '43, Fresh-
man Play, Yearbook Staff '43-'44,
Showcase Committee '42-'43, Ex-
hibit Guide '4-3, Honor Roll Q11
LUPP, 'FREDERICK C.-M
Mu Delta, Intra-mural Basketball
MANGOLD, RALPH C.-CP
Honor Roll 121, Band '40-'43,
Orchestra '40-'43, Monitor
LaRUSCH, JOHN J.-E
Recording Sec'y Ka a Sigma
Phi, Sec'y So homore Eau, Fresh-
man Play,- Ifhnor Roll Q91
LEGCE, JAMES R.-E
Band, Orchestra, Dance Orches-
tra, Band Uniform Custodian,
LEWIS, WALTER A.-BDC
Cheerleader, Beta Delta Sigma,
Band, Oilice Monitor, Honor
MANN, HENRY A.-AA
Art Club, lnlra-mural llasket-
Mr-CARTAN, JACK E.-IC
llonor Roll KSJ, Senior Council,
.lr. lli-Y '40-'42, Sr. Hi-Y '42-'43
fPres.J '43-'44, Chemistr Club
'42-'43, Secretary '43-'44, Monitor
lnlra-mural Basketball '40-'44,
lntra-mural Baseball '42, Intra-
mural Football '41-'44, Basketball
Squad '44, Techtonian '44, Debate
M ITR l, NICHOLAS J.-E
MARTORANA, GERALD A.-M
Honor Roll f3J, Intra-mural Bas-
ketball '40-'43, Football '40-'43,
Bowling League '44
MINIKOWSKI, JEROME L.-IC
Sigma Phi Sigma, Senior Hi-Y,
Secretary Sigma Phi Sigma, Mon-
MIX, ERVING R.-IC
Band, Orchestra '40-'44, Intra-
mural Football '44, Oratorical
Contest '42, '43, Pres. Delta
Chi '43-'44, Fresh.-Soph. Debate
'41, '42, Techtonian '44, Tech
Drum Corps '40
MONTGOMERY, JAMES L.-CP
Swimming Major '42-'44
MOSSACK, ROBERT E.-CP
Aeronautical Society '42-'43
MULHISEN, ROBERT J.-AA
MURPHY, GERALD E.-M
Honor Roll fly, Mu Delta, Color
MORETTA, JOSEPH M.-M
Buildin Design Club '43
Pres. '45, Treas. '44.
MOWELL, JOHN D.-M
Honor Roll 161
MUMM, CHARLES A.-BDC
Beta Delta Sigma
MURRAY, WILLIAM R.-M
KRRINO, GIULIO 'l'.-E
llonor Roll CU, lntra-mural Ilas-
kelbull '40-'fl-3, lutra-mural Foot-
hall 'fl-3, lutra-mural Baseball
'40-'fl-1, Christmas Play
Tech. Engineer, Della Chi, 'l'reas
.0'I'NlCKl, RICHARD J.-M
JWERS, EDWARD K.--lil!
Jr. lli-Y '40-'42, Sr. lli-Y '13-'41-,
Monitor, Stage Iland
NICRO, DOMINICK C.-CP
Honor Roll QSD, Color Guard,
Fall Revue '42
OSEEKEY, LEONARD F.-BDC
Band '42-'43, Building Design
Society '42-'43, Collectors Club
PFEIFFER, EUGENE R.-IC
Honor Roll KSJ, Sigma Phi Sigma,
Pres., Sg't-at-Arms IIi-Y, Intra-
mural Basketball, Football, Fall
Revue, Monitor, Techtouion
PIETSZAK, EDWARD M.-IC
Engineer Society, Chemistry Club,
Sr. lIi-Y, Secretary Jr. Class,
Secretary Sr. Class, Intra-mural
Football, Fall Revue.
POHLE,- WILLIAM NI.-E
Honor Roll C6J, Amateur Radio
PROPSTER, HOWARD J.-BDC
Honor Roll 121, Building Design
Society '43-'44, Techtonian '43
NEUNER, EUGENE II.-E
Honor Roll Q-U, Track Squad '12,
lutra-mural Football '-1-2, lutra-
mural Basketball '-1-2
0'NElLL, ROBERT J.-BDC
Beta Delta Sigma
Cross Country '40, Fall Revue
'1-l, 'I'-1-h. Engineer '-1-l, Stage
PURTILLQ ROBERT E.-E
Orchestra '39-'40, Intra-mural
Football, Basketball '43-'44
REINHOLD, RAYMOND E.-BDC
Jr. Hi-Y '41, Beta Delta Sigma
'43-'44, Band '41-'44
REITMEIER, KENNETH L.-M
Tennis Major '43
PYZKIEWICZ, FRANK N.-M
Band, Orchestra, Dance Orches-
tra, Tech. Rollers
Football Squad '42, Swimming
REITJSROBERT E. 'A CP
Honor Roll f9l, K a Siqma Phi,
Vice President, ootbal iguad
'42, Major '43, Baseball ajor
'43, Jr. Red Cross Committee
REYNARD, ALBERT E.-E
33154115 Roll CID, Radio Club
RIEDEL, ARTHUR C.-M
Aeronautical Society, Tennis Ma-
ROBERTSON, JOHN S.-BDC
Honor Roll fllj, Treasurer Soph.
Class, Band '40-'43, Orchestra
'40-'41, Building Design Society,
Kappa Sigma Phi, Swimming
Squad '42- 43, Color Guard
Tech. Drum Corps, Tech. En ineer
Tennis Squad '41, Ma'or '45, '43,
'44, Cross Country Squad '42,
Major '43, Basketball S uad '43,
Major '44, Intra-mural ports
RICUPITO, PASQUALE F.-AA
Graphic Art Club '43-'44, 1
RINCLEBEN, GILBERT C.-M
Dramatic Club, Monitor, .
RONDINA, JOHN R.--M
Honor Roll f6J, Football Sq
'42, '43, '44, Monitor
ROSS, CLAYTON E.-M
Mu Delta, Col '41-'42
NW i' We
CARSON li. .IOSICPII ll.f fill'
llonor Roll CID, Football and Base-
ball Squad 'fl2.
Sr. lli-Y. Mu Della
Cllll'il"l':R, RICIIARD B.-li
llonor Roll UD. Clless Club i-ll
'42, Stage l'ile-1-tri4'ian
CIIWARTZ. IIUWARII M. -AA
Crupllir Arla Club '-L3-'-ll. 'Feeli-
ROSSIH, FRANK .l.--Nl
llonor Roll fel-J, Mu lh-Ita 'lil-il-l-,
Tennis Major '43
RYAN, RICHARD J.-lC
Chenlistr Club, Swimming Squad
'-1-l-'Ml-3, Klajor '43-'44, Manager
'43-'44, Intra-mural Basketball
SAFFIRE, VICTOR N.-IC
Band, Cllcmistrgy Club, lli-Y,
Football Squad 43, lntra-mural
Basketball 43, Vice Pres. Chem-
istry Club, Sergeant-at-Arms Hi-Y
SCAPPECHIO, ANTHONY .l.-
llonor Roll UID, Building Design
Society, Vice President 'fl-3-'44,
Senior Council, Color Guard,
SClIAl'Il"HR, FRED W.-li
llonor Roll USD, President 'l'ecl1.
Amateur Radio Club, Stage Crew
SClIllWlNll':L, GEORGE A.ACl'
Honor Roll CHD
llonor Roll CSD, Mu Delta, Tennis
Varsity '12, 713, lntra-mural
R0'l"l'NlCR. l'IRNl'fS'l' l'.'ACl'
lutra-mural Football. Bu:-ilu-lbull
llonor Roll ULU
SCALICE, ANTHONY S.-Nl
Honor Roll CD. Dance Band
SEDIA. M ICIIAI-Il. A.-E
llonor Boll 121. Se-vrt-tary Soph.
Class. 'lc-vh. l'illglIN'f'l', Football
SEIHERT. EDWARD CWIC
llonor Roll QU, Sr. lli-Y. Color
fillilfll, Coll Squad '-I2-'43, Bas-
lwtball Major '43-'44, lnlra-mural
l"oothall, Basketball, Basvhall
SHARPE. W'lLLlAM C.-M
llonor Roll UD, Dralnativ Club
'40-'44, Ta-vli. Enginm-r
SEEBALD, RAYMOND C.-E
lntra-mural Basketball '42-'fl-4,
Baseball '41-'44, Monitor
SEUFERT, ROBERT T.-E
Kappa Sigma Phi, Rolling Engi-
neers, Secretary, Football Squad
SHUMAN, HYMAN B.-BDC
Beta llvlta Sigma 543-'44, Fall
Revue '49-'41, Christmas Play
SIRACUSE, JAMES A .fCI'
llonor Boll CSD, Fall Revue '4l,'42
SOERGEL ROBERT W.-CP
SMITH, EDWARD ,I.- BDC
llonor Roll COD, Sc-vretar Bu
ing Us-sign Sox-ivty '42, '4-gi, Trl
urf'r Kappa Sigma l'hi '43, '
Cross Country Major '42, Tr
'42-'43, Orvhastra '40-'fl-I, Bt
'40-'44, Clans Lawyer
GOROTQK Y RO
Ilonorqlioll CU. Jr. Red Cross K i Y' -BERT-AIVC
STAIW P, DONALD E.-M
Kappa Sigma Phi, Marhine De-
sign Club, Sergeant-at-Arms Sc-
nior Class, lntra-mural Basket-
STEIN, MAURICE R.-IC
llonor Roll 162, Tech. Engineer
'40-'43, Fresh.-Soph. Debate, Yar-
sily Debate 'fll, '43, Della Chi
'42-'43, Ti-vhtonian, Yin- Pres.
Delta Chi, Prophet
llonor Boll QU, Ile-Ita Lhi, Tri
urvr 'Al-3, '44
STEVENS. JOHN A.- Cl'
lnlra-mural Bunk:-lhall '42-'
ST. GEORGE. JOHN T.--M
llonor Boll 125. Al'l'0lNllllll'Hl
vivty, l"all Bvvuc, Chet-rlcat
'fl-2- 43. lntra-mural Football
SUI"FOLI'1T'l'0, WILLIAM M.-IC
THOMPSON, 'I'IIIC0ll0RI'I Il.-M
Jr. Red Cross
TRONCONI, PASQUALE J.-BDC
llonor Roll KID, Building Design
Societ '42-'43, Sergeant-at-Arms
'43, Intra-mural Sports, Fall
Revue '40, Christmas Play '41,
Ticket Salesman '42-'43
TR l' MAN N, DANA C.---CI'
UCCI, ,IOSIEPII J.-BDC
llonor Roll CGI, Orchestra '40-'42
Bela Delta Sigma, Cheerleader
VALLIi'I"I', IIA ROLD-M
VANDERCOY, 'I'I'II'i0DOIlI'1 P.-CP
Sr. Ili-Y, Monitor, Year Book
Adv. Staff '41-'44
VANNI, RAYMUNII C. ,I.-CI'
Sr. Ili-Y '43-'44, Secretary Jr.
VARLEY, Ii0BI'IR'I' R.-IC
Monitor '40-'4I, Stage Electrician
Ili-Y '41-'42, Sta ve Crew '43, 'fl-3-'41
Dramatics '40-'41, gall Revue '41
VASTOLA, FRANCIS ,I.-If
Intra-mural Basketball '4-3344.
Q au' I'
TIEAI., RICIIARII I'.-- M
Golf Squad 'Il-'-IZ, Red Crm-is
TI'II'INBI'IR'I'II, FIIIWAIIII ,I.- 'AA
Honor Roll CID, Graphit- Arts
Club, Intra-Mural Iiuslwtbztll 'Il-
TROPPMAN, RAYMOND Ii:-IC
Ilonor Roll QSJ, 'IH-vlt Amateur
IFS: 4I.,f ,, ,
W'AI,I'lS. DONALD E.fCP
Ilonor Roll CID, SI'I'f.'fl'HlII-ZlI'Al'llIS
,Ir. Ili-Y '42-'43, Tc-1-I1.RnIle-rs
'42-'43, Sr. Ili-Y 'III-'1-4 Sm-rf-tary l
WAIILICR, ICOBPZII1' G.-AA
Slum Cam- Cmunlillvf' 3142-'43,
I'Imt0 Stuff '43-'44, Svrvivf' Rnard
'-I2-'43, Intra-mural Basketball
W'IN'I'I'IR. RICHARD F.-IC
Ilunur Roll CU, Sr., Ili-Y '43-'44,
Football Squad '42, Major '43,
Advrrlising Staff, Clwmislry Club
WEISSLEADE R, HOWARD I.-CP
Honor Roll UU, Tevh. Rollers
'42-'43, Radio Club ,41-'43, Moni-
WILSON, ANDREW J.-E
WDDARCZAK, RAYMOND J.-M
Baseball Major letter '43
Ilonor Roll CHD, Inlra-mural Ras
kvlball '-I2-'43, Mu Dc-Ita '43
Intra-mural Football '42
YOl'NC, ELMER L.-E
"H . K:
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WllES'F, FRANK C.-M
llonor Roll UD
ZAWIERUCHA, ALFRED P.--CP
Dramatic Club '40-'42, Fall Rev!
'40, '41, Dramatic Club Play '4-
BEU, RICHARD A.
I-INGEI.. BERNARD M.-M
MUMAIION. ICIIYVAIID .I.
R0'I"I', ,IOIIN G.-CI'
Dramatic Club 'fl-0-'42, junior
Se-vretary. 'I'evh. Engineer '41-'43
S4-rretary and Treasurer, Fall
SIMON, SAMl'I-Il, I'.-'E
YUGT, CALVIN G.-IC
GRACI, j0SI'II'II ,-LSE
Chess Club, Mu Delta
IIINGICII, IIICIIBICIIT J.-BDC
Cross Country Major '42, '43, '44
'I'rat'k Major '42, '43, Squad "I-4,
Chess Club 'AI-3-'ti-4.
SICNDELBACII, I"III'1IlI'lIIICK II.-
Intra-mural Basketball, Baseball
TOM CZ Y K., S'I'I'II'I IAN A.-AA
Rand Ili-Y, Inlra-mural Iiase-
ball and Hank:-thall
WIESZCZECINSKI, WALTER S.+
Honor Roll CYD, Graphic Arts
Club '43-'44, Show Case Commit-
tee '42-'43, Servire Iloard "I-3,
Intra-mural Baseball 'fl-I-'42, Mo-
SENIORS IN SERVICE
Stanley M. Banaszek
Armando .l. Bondanza
Frank M. Festa
Edward .l. McMahon
Richard ,l. Plotnicki
Michael A. Sedia
John A. Stevens
William M. Suffoletto
Stephen A. Tomazyk
Calvin G. Vogt
Allen R. Geiger
Frank K. Goldfuss
Arthur W. ,Iarlinski
Ilronislaus G. Kwapisz
,lohn D. Mowell
.Ioseph D. Scarsonc
Walter S. Wieszczecinski
I.c-wis K. Felleisen
Robert Ii. Purtill
,Iolm T. St. George
ROBERT MUSCHAWECK ROBERT BAKER
WILLIAM DEMYANICK ROBERT MILLER
THE JUNIOR CLASS
MISS E. FLORENCE KIMMINS MISS NELLIE MASON
MR. CARL MUNN MR. GERALD O'DONNELL
The Junior Class, numbering 305, is completing its third and most eventful year. It hopes that
throughout our Senior year it will be able to uphold the high standards and ideals of Tech.
The class of 1945 being generously represented on the llonor Roll, in Athletics. Band, Dramaties
and many other of the school activitiesg is indeed proud of its well-earned record.
During this past year occurred the first Junior Prom in the history of Tech. It was held at Klein-
hans Music llall, on April 29, and proved to be a great success.
We are proud of our fellow classmates who left us to serve in the armed forces of the United States,
here and abroad.
We have contributed to our country's war effort by giving our utmost cooperation in War Bond
drives and scrap drives.
Miss Kimmins, our chairman. Miss Mason, Mr. Munn and Mr. O'D0nnell, we sincerely thank
for the help they gave us during the past year.
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JOHN LEWIS MELVIN SCOTT WILLIAM EVANS JOHN MERRIWEATHER
THE soruomoma cuss
Secretary-WILLIAM EVANS '
Treasurer-M ELVI N SCOTT
MRS. GWENDOLYN P.. SCHIEB MISS CHARLOTTE A. SMITH
MR. CLARK C. SUOR MISS IRMA G. THIEL
With the exigencies of the war it has become necessary for our class to assume a two-fold responsi-
bilit : to concentrate grimly on the subjects prescribed in our various courses and to participate in
bond' drives and other government campaigns. We have seen the boys in the upper classes called
into serviceg we have seen the zeal and determination of these boysg we dare not let them down. We
know that a large share of the responsibilities in the days to come will fall on the shoulders of our
generation and we are preparing to do our part.
The members of the Sophomore Class have shown their versatility by exhibiting their prowess in
basketball, swimming, football, tennis, track and other sports featured at Tech. A large number of
our members have attained ositions on the scholastic honor roll. Then practically all eading char-
acters in the highly successlldl school play, "What A Life", were taken by Sophomores. The main
event of this successful year was our assembly. We presented several motion pictures. which were
highly enjoyed. This program was carried out while our elder classmates the seniors, took the Army-
Navy V-12 test.
We, the members of the So homore Class, hereby pledge that we will carry out our good work,
and, if possible, better it, in the coming years.
To our advisers, we are deeply appreciative for their cooperation in our activities and their efforts
in our behalf.
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THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Vice President-ROBERT HABERER
Secretary and Treasurer--J AMES ATKINS
The Freshman Class numbers about four hundred and eighty boys. Although it is not so large as
some preceding classes, we hope to make this up in quality.
Despite the ravages of the Hu, scarlet fever, appendectomies, and several broken legs, we feel that
we have made ourselves a very creditable record.
Out of our class, there were about fifty-four boys who made the honor roll nearly every liine, and
eighty of our boys took part in our athletic events of Technical High School. These boys also re-
ceived small school letters for participation in these events. There were twenty-one boys who
helped and took part in the Fall Revue. There are also twenty-three boys in the orchestra. With
the exception ofa few of our boys bein absent, we have made a very fine attendance record. Quite
a number boys in the Freshman class Tiave not missed a day of school since the beginning of the
We hope that we have heell Safe in doing a little boasting. We know of course that we still have a
lot to learn, especially from the upper classmen.
We are grateful to our advisers for their interest and solicitude.
DR. M. IRVING CHRISWELL MR. JAMES McGOWAN
MRS. MAUDE WALLACE MR. GEORGE SCHNEIDER
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Row fl. Donald Smith, Patrick Mangan. James Fairholm, Richard Smades, John Schultz, Gerald Ehmka.
Row fl. Frank Kalela, Robert Porter, Robert Palmer, Max Rutknwski, Raymond Usinski, Ralph llaue r, Edward Wnleniyn-
nwiez, Mathew Ewen, John Muscarella.
Row l. William Payne. Lloyd Fassett, Sergeant-at-Arms: Raymond Fuchs, Vice Pres., Rirluaril Nagin, Ples.g Rohert Seufert.
Fong Shorill Schrader, Trees.: Mr. Sc-hieh, Adviser.
Vice President-RAYMOND FUCHS
Faculty Adviser-MR. J. ALFONS SCHIEB
The Rolling Engineers is the youngest organization active in Tech today. The club was organ-
ized in December, 1943, and has a membership of 25 at the present time.
The club was established for the purpose of organizing the skating enthusiasts of Tech. We have
already sponsored a skating party, which was held on April 14, at Skateland. The party was a huge
success, as a result of the wholehearted cooperation of the school.
The club endeavors to assist other school organizations by supporting club projects, such as skat-
We are proud to announce that one of our members, Ral h C. Kunzc, has enlisted in the Navy
as an Apprentice Seamang to him we wish the best of luck in is new career.
The ollicers and members of the club wish to express their thanks to Mr. Schieb, for the kind as-
sistance he has given us.
Row 9. Robert Feufert, Richard Banaszelc, Donald Stamp, Robert Miller, Harvey Robertson, Russell Kuhn. John Robertson.
Row I. Mr. Eu ene Boller, Adviser: John LnRusch, Rec. Sec.: Robert Re-itz, Vice Pre-sq Elmer Eckert, President: William
Braun, fforr. Ser.: Robert Hessler, Sergeant-at-Arms: Edward Smith. 'l'reas.g Mr. Calvin F. Bishop, Adviser.
President--ICLMER II. ECKERT
Vice-President--ROBERT E. REITZ
Recording Secretary-JOHN J. LaRUSCll
Corresponding Secretur-y-WII.I.IAM G. BRAUN
Treasurer-EDWARD J. SMITH
Sergeant-at-Arms-ROBERT A. IIESSLER
FAC ULTY ADVISERS
MISS IRMA G. THIEI.
MR. EUGENE W. BOLLER
MR. CALVIN C. BISHOP
Ka a Si ma Phi, the Tech honor fraternitv, was founded thirtv-five vears a o bv the late Doctor
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Daniel U Jton, mrmci mal at that time. Throu h his efforts and the untirin zeal of its members.
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the tradition and principles exemplified by its esteemed organizers.
The objective of the society is to render service to the school at all possible opportunities and to
promote good fellowship among its members. Hence, the activities engaged in during the year are
manv an diversified.
Recently the club embarked on a noteworthy project, namely, that of contacting brother members
in service. The primary purpose is to keep alive school spirit by announcing the standings of Tech
teams, club undertakings, scheduled meetings, and social events. To those who don the uniforms oi
our fighting forces, we wish God"s speed and happy landings.
The annual declamation contest was sponsored in March, the banquet with the passive chapter
was, as usual, a great success.
We wish to extend our deep gratitude to our faculty advisers Miss Thiel, Mr. Boller and Mr.
Bishop for their kind help and guidance during the past year.
f BUILDI G DESIGN SOCIETY
lion Il. Ily Fhumun. Ray llc-inholnl, l.f-onard 0591-key, Jos. l'c'ri, Flvon Kolpurk, Waltf-r lmwis, liduzird Smith.
lion 2. Vos-In-I Noln, Vhzls. Alumni, Howard Propslvr, l'lug0tu' Strokzl, Holm U'Nvill, 'l'l'4l lfriflvy, .lohn llolwllson, Pat Tron-
Ron I, Mr. John llilrkluillvr, .Xtlvist-rg fhas. Ht-rrington, Asst. Sgt. al Arms: llill lluvvn, Fgt. at Arms: Anthony Hrwipprvhio,
Yin- l're's.g llvrmirnl Ki-lly, l'n's,g Jos. Alorvltn, 'llrc'zis.1 tivo. f'orrig:in, F-rv.: Nlr. .lohn tizilrin, Azlvisvr.
.4ss't Svrgvflnt-at-Arms-CllARl.l91S IIICRRINGTON
MR. .IUIIN l!URKlI.Al.TlCR MR. JOHN J. CALVIN
The lluilding Us-sign Sovivty is vomposvd of two groups.. tho arvllitevtural and the stru1'tural.Th4'
aim ol' tht- sovivty is to havr' thvsc' two groups work together to furthvr tht- SlllTl't'SS of the sovivty.
This organization has thrvv mmnhcrs in the Armed Forces of our country.'l'l1Pv arv l'lllgt'll0 Marzo,
Army: liaymond Krolvwivz. Army: and Frank Goldfuss. Navy. The war situation has curtailed our
visits to arvhitvvtural and struvtural plants.
We- havv planned for thv latter part of thc' yr-ar to have lf-cturcs discussing Post-War Building.
This suhjf-vt is ol' interrst to hoth groups. The soviety has also plannvd to havv a graduating party.
To our advisvrs Mr. liurkhaltf-r and Mr. Galvin, who take part in all our activities, we arv grateful
for thvir lu'lpl'ul guidanvv.
Row fl. Rnyniund Hnglund, lim-rnld Murphy, Wm. Murray, Frank Rossi:-, Rolut. Sielwr, Vunstantine Hoannnu, Rnlit. Mus-
Hou Q. .luek Mann, Wm. Jelferys, lfrnnk Srllwnrlzninli, fhais. ivolfmneller, fheslvr llluwalii, lfrlvxnrd llnnles, liirlmrd Dun-
enn, Vlnyton Rows, Arlnimdo Murinni. -
Nou I. Xlyrou Howe-n, Alfred llurniuwse, See.: :Kntliony Armpuiostoii, Sgt. at Arlils:S1-lmzistiavr lldlurin, Vice Pres.: Earl Drol-
Iingvr, Pres.: Mluert llneunuler, 'l're:is.g Vlnrent Donnelly, Mr. Furl G. Aunier, Adviser.
Presifl f'r1 tel'lAlil, A. TJROLLINGER
Vic-e-Prrfsialenlw-SIQBASTIAN S. DiMARIA
S ecre tary-aAI,FRI'lD C. BARMASSE
Tr c'z1 surerfALBl1IHT C. BAEUMLER
Sergeant-at-,4r rrzs -ANTHONY J. ANAGNOSTOU
Faculty Adviser---MR. CARL AUMER
The Maehine Design Soeiety is one of the oldest and largest organizations in 'l'eehnieal.'l'oday'.
the number of members enrolled in this elub runs well into the fifties
Uur eluh has a sustaining lIlf'llllN'l'SllllJ in the Buffalo Engineering Soeiety and any member is
privileged to attend the meetings ol' this organization at the llotel Statler. The elub has purchased
a subseription for the Mueliim-ry fllngazine. which is now used as a reference periodical.
The Maehine Design Soeiety is eompos-:ed of many more Juniors than Seniors. Tllereforc. we can
look forward lo the elass ol' 715 for a flourishing year. This year, the Maehine Design Club enjoy ed a
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liayinond Svchneider, Donald Smith, John .Nngge, Robt. Smith.
Stanley SIIIIKIPPH, Henry Grajek, Mario DiQuihn, llir-hard Uhl, Francis Vetter, Willis Taylor.
:xcum-Ih Sohlin, James Hall, Raymond Greggo, Howard Smith, Ray Wurmuz, .lack Mussen, Nnrlunn Bust, Wm.
Herh Joerger, lien. Kliug, Dun Lavis, Fremouti Valenti, Franz-is Stypczyuski, August Bruno, Fred Dentiuger.
prosperous existence, both financially and socially. A skating party on March 3l was very successful
because ofthe large sale of tickets by the members. The annual picnic is scheduled for the latter part
of spring at Chestnut Ridge Park. This is an affair looked forward to, by all members.
At this time the members would like to thank Mr. Aumer, our faculty adviser. for his expert
advice and guidance, and for his unceasing vigilance and loyalty, to our society.
Row 4. Richard L. Neal, James Lucie, Robert Grunthaner, Harmen Asma.
Row 3. Samuel Ring, Richard Richthammer, Clarence Sturm, Elwood Searles, Leonard Zabrocki.
Row 2. Robert Sutton, Chester Szczypkowski, Achilles Fellows, Eugene Pfeiffer, Jerome Minikowski. Clarence Srhnohrick.
Harry Kerkorian, Franklin Henferer. - . .
Row 1. Mr. William Block. Adviser: Wil iam Dcmyanick, Sec.: Michael Avanzatn, Treas., Lewis Felleisen, President: Victor
Safhre, Vice President: Jack McCartan, Sec., Oscar Bargnes.
V ice-President-VICTOR SAFF IRE
Corresponding Secretary-J ACK MCCARTAN
Recording Secretary-WILLIANI DEMYANICK
Faculty Adviser--MR. WM. BLOCK
The Chemistry Club is open for membership to all Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors enrolled in the
chemistry course. The purpose of the club is to increase our knowledge of and interest in chemistry.
Chemistry is such a wide held of industry. Through research and developments, many new dis-
coveries in the scientific world are being made by chemists who have found truth, fought death,
sometimes failed but still had sufhcient fervor to drive them on to an endless search that proved to
hel mankind. ' ,
here are 24 members enrolled in the club. Meetings are held regularly, each Friday in one of the
chemistry recitation rooms directly after school. Groups have been formed so that experiments may
be made every few weeks. Mr. Block has also performed experiments for us.
During the year the club made a trip to the Police Crime Detection Laboratories which showed us
one of the many fields the chemist may enter. '
Our social activities during the year included an annual bowling party, a picnic at the close of the
school year and the initiation of new members.
We are afhliated with the Science Clubs of America which we consider an honor.
Every year at graduation the chemistry club awards a medal to the outstanding Industrial Chem-
'Iyhe officers and members wish to thank Mr. Block for his helpful advice and assistance.
1 " . l. s THE DRAMATIC CLUB
Row 3. lzangel Myszka. Clyde Kaminslca, William Blatz, Williani Tracy, Daniel Tylenda, Leonard Pintrowski, Jerome Dor-
n ua a.
Row 'l. Richard Wujeiknwski,'Paul Mnrzello, Edward Bisone, Harry Frowley, Edward Gluszak, Alexander llidio, Salvatore
Iffilllilllfllfb, Jael-c Glmlln. I
Row l. William Sharpe. Anthony Bongiovannl, Miss Dorothy W. Grauer, Advise-rg Robert Thompson, Sift nt Arms: Byron
lluir, See.: Murray Belsky, Pres.: Harry Hehard, Vice Pres.g Frank 0'Hara, Treasg James Atkins, Walter Keske.
President-M URRAY HEI-,SKY
Sergeant-nl-A rms-ROBERT Tl IOM PSUN
Faculty Adviser-MISS DOROTHY W. GRAUER
The Tech Dramatic Club, since its origin in N36 has consistently provided entertaimnent for the
student body, as well as pleasure and training for its members, to say nothing of funds for the school
The public performance ol' this year was "You Can't Take lt With Youf, by Kaufman and llart.
This was the second full-evening play the group has attempted. The lirst was last year's llenry
Aldrich play, "What a Life!"
Where do we get the girls for the east? Aslt any Tech fellow about that!
At the Christmas Assembly two of our members presented a Santa Claus sketch.
Our latest attempts were the two one-act plays for our spring assembly. This was the lirst year
two such plays were employed instead ofthe usual one. They were. as you remember, first, "The
Drums of Undef' a serious play, and second, "The Man in the Bowler Hal," a farce.
The meetings ol' our club are held regularly after school on Monday s.
We wish to express our thanks to Miss Cramer for her help in our various activities throughout
llow Q. Kenneth Hills. Kenneth Zeehes, Fhas. Lewis, Gen. Klein, Leonard Dinder,
Row l. f'lurm-nee BFIISIIIIIII, Adviser: .lohn Musrnrella, Howard llurkhardl, Chas. Ulender, Sgt. nt Arms: Dominic Cunipngnn,
Vice Pres.: Eugene Wnllrneyer, Pres.: Richard Greene, Sec.: Donald Eaton, Treas.: Nicholas Xlarincllo.
Adviser--lVlR. CLARENCE H. BENSMAN
The Tech Electrical Soeiety was formed in 1922. It was established to create better relationship
among the boys of the Electrical Course and to give those boys with leadership an opportunity to
become oflicers. Our weekly meetings are held in Room 7 and help us better to understand thc
opportunities in electricity. Although our trips to the various plants have been canceled because
of the war we still obtain good material through films and talks.
The annual induction banquet held at MacDoels' Restaurant proved very successful. The picnic
at the end ofthe year has proved to be one of the outstanding events of various years and we hope
to make it the same this year.
We ofthe Tech Electrical Society are very proud of the large number ol' boys in the club that have
entered the SCTVli'C.AlIl0l1g those of last year's class are Andrew Krafchak, llorace llitcs and ,lost-ph
The Tech Electrical Society hopes to have a display so that the people may know more ol' our
This ycar as in other years the Electrical Society did a grand job of decorating thc school
Christmas tree. The boy s worked for many' periods to make the tree as striking as possible.
We of the club would like to thank Mr. Bensman for the fine advice and cooperation he has given
us during the year.
Now -8. Bradley Vriughan, Fhas. Neumann. Wm. Brnse, John Norton, Donald Fraser, John Dase.
llon Ii. Chas. DIIIIIPIQ, Roht. Brooks, Donald Winks-lnmn, Jos. Henle, Jaek Dewitt, Roy Hnnsgen. Donald Pfohl.
Ron' '!. .lnlncs iii:-tzcn, -los. Nlutkn, Frank Yee, hliehael Janis, ninrren Sirfzice, Frank Wiukouits, Albert llill, Hurmin llyhnt.
llon l. hir, 'l'h:uldeus hlny. .Mlviscrg ivillis Tnylor, Sgt. nl Arms: Frank Rtlillllry, Sec.: Douglas Ynn Yvngnen, l'res.g Mario
lHiQnilio, Vice Pres.: Paul Wieser, 'l're:is.g Raymond lliniszkicwicz, Richard liannszek,
President-DUU CLAS VA N 'WAC N EN
Vice- President-MA R IO DiQUI LIU
Seeremrv-FHA N K RASBURY
Treasurer-PAU L W EISIC R
Sergeant-ul-Arms-WILLIS TAYLI JK
Faculty Adviser-M R . TI l ADDICUS MA Y
llecause ol' the ever increasing interest in aviation which has been heightened by the present war.
the members ol' the aeronautical Society have further striven to help the war effort in every way they
The society was formed in I9-140 because of the increasing interest shown by the student hotly in
the science ol' aeronautics.
Its purpose as a society is to broaden the interests of its members in the basic knowledge ol' air-
craft construction and flight. To transmit this knowledge to the members, the building ol' model
airplanes is utilized and from this the fundamental principles of aerodynamics are taught. liccausc
of the goverunu-nt's urgent need of identification models to train aircraft spotters, the society has
started building these models on a large scale.
Although it is one ol' the youngest societies at Tech, the Aeronautical Society is very active. lt
holds a series ol' contests every year and maintains a show case in one of the school corridors. 'l'he
menihership ol' the society is much larger than it has been in previous years.
'l'he members wish to extend their very best wishes and appreciation to Mr. May, our present
faculty adviser, for his generous assistance. '
Row 9. Ray Riehert, John Louis, Maurice Haslem, Ronald Sehnnri. Wm. Julius, Otto Andert. Hugh Price.
How I. Dr. Vhriswell, Adviser: Don Kryenvenger, Fe-e.g Bill Nemmer, Vice Pres.: Donald Fehnorr, Pres.g Kenneth Rachow,
'l're:1e.g Jos. Prnvenvano, Leon Smith.
Faculty Adviser-DR. M. IRVING CHRISVVELL
The Tech Astronomical Society was founded in 1934 by a group of students interested in the na-
ture aml movements of celestial bodies and in practical methods of observation.
ln the past ten years many projects have been undertaken and successfully completed. Foremost
among these was the construction of a six-inch reflecting telescope. Recently a new timing mechan-
ism was constructed by the club, making it possible to take pictures ofthe heavenly bodies.
Another achievement ol' which the society is proud is a model telescope. It is an exact model of
the 200 foot telescope on M t. l'alomer, California. In the construction of this model the club members
studied photographs, from which they made the necessary drawings. Many books had to be read,
from which they learned the operation of the telescope and the many interesting engineering prob-
lems that had to be coped with by its designers. In the early spring of this year the model was on
exhibition in the downtown area ol' Buffalo.
Celestial navigation, lens grinding, and the construction of sky charts have also received attention
at our meetings.
'l'o our faculty adviser and unfailing friend, Dr. Chriswell, we wish to express our sincere thanks,
for his guidance in making the astronomical club an active, successful society.
Row 4. Keith Petersen, Arthur Walter. Norman Gilbert, Richard Klaes, Walter Mueller, Donald Fraser, Jos. Prnvenzano.
Row fi. Donald Dohmeier. David Lawrence, John Lilley, Donald Zntter, ,Gerard Miller, Donald Schreiber, Gerald Livziey,
Eugene Gratz, Thos. Bristow, Don Kuhn.
Row 9. Flms. Upper, Donald Kreinheder, Hugh Price, Gary Bartow, Robt. Biers, Kenneth Smith, Roht. Brooks, Vincent
Provenzano, Kenneth Hopkins. Kevin Burke, John Carter, Arthur Schulz, Chas. Daniels.
Row l. Roger Rcttig, Jos. Tisdall, Sgt. at Arms: Ralph Wales, Treats., James Livziey, Pres.: Wm. Atkins, Vice Pres.: Donald
Guerra, Seng Richard Wisnlewski, Chaplain, Norman Guilbault, Adviser.
Vice-President-WILLIAM ATKIN S
Adviser-NORMAN G. GUILBAULT, of the class of 1944
The Tech Junior Hi-Y has an enrollment of thirty-seven Freshmen and Sophomores.
During the year the club was honored in having among its speakers, Mrs. Murray who gave
a greatly appreciated talk on Etiquette and Father Schieder whospoke on Indecent Literalureg Mr.
llausler, of the YMCA staff, who s oke at our induction and Mrs. Schweikhard, who spoke on
What a girl expects from a boy on a ate.
Other highli hts of the year were joint meetings with the South Park Hi-Y, the Pine llill Girl
Reserves, the 5'ech Senior Hi-Y, and two Kensington clubs. We also held interesting discussions
on Alcoholism, Post War Planning and many other interesting topics.
Hu h Price represented the club at the annual Hi-Y Assembly, held in Albany. He introduced a
bill: 'Iso provide for foot printing and finger printing of all people in New York State. The bill was
passed by a large majority.
In addition to the Hi-Y Assembly held in Albany, the club was represented at the Older Boys
Conference held in Lockport and the city-wide Hi-Y Day.
We have one member and one alternate in the City Wide Hi-Y council.
We wish to thank Norm Guilbault for volunteering for the position of adviser, as our previous
adviser, Lewis Felleisen has answered the call to the colors.
TECH CHESS CLUB l
Row tt. Willis Taylor, Frederick Johnson.
How 9. lloluert lliers, Leonard Pintrnwski. Lennarrl Plisk, Vnrl Sehueler, Vhnrles Booth, llieharrl Pollack, Donald Dohmeier.
llovs I, l"rnncis St. Vlnir, Donald lladeeke, Vinrenl Donnelly, Vice Pres.: Riehard Cross, Pres.: .lurues Kueehle, Sergennt-nh
Arlns: Keith Petersen, Fee.-Treas., Donald Fraser.
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Sergeant-at-nirrns -J A M ES KA UClll.l'l
l"!lf'll1lV .41l1'iser4lN'llSS ANNA li. llAl.l,ORAN
The Tech Chess Cluh was organized several years ago in order to unite the chess players of 'l'eeh-
ni:-al lligh School in common competition and to teach the game to all who would like to learn it.
Our cluh has lost several of its members this year to the "Victory Shift" at the Bell Aircraft
Company and to the War Training courses after sehool.
Our activities, contrary to the popular belief prevailing in this school, do not consist solely ol
slaying chess. We had a successful howling party in April and several other social events as well.
Ye hope to hring a successful end to the season with a picnic at the Close of the semester.
During the year we enlarged our contacts with other chess clubs by having a contest with the l,a-
fayette lligh School Chess Club as well as the Kensington lligh Chess Club. We ho ie next year to
develop inter-high school chess competition with other Buffalo lligh School Chess Iluhs.
We, the members of the liuffalo'Technical Chess Cluh, wish to express our deep gratitude and
appreciation to our Faculty Adviser, Miss llalloran. for her Cooperation and guidance given with-
out hesitancy throughout the year.
Row 4. Ed. Seihert, Raymond Howick, Don. Blanc-k, Ed. Pietszak, Jerome Minikowski. Douglas Beam.
Row 3. Jus. Klimschot, Eric Bestc-horn. Theo. Vanderroy, Harry Stuckey. Eugene Pfeiffer, Steve Korduha.
ltuw NZ. Dnnarlfl Fisher, Richard Wvinter, Oscar Bargnes, Fred. Gottwald, Raymond Vanni, Donald Jettas, Bernard Gajewski,
Row l. Mr. Wm. Block. Adviser, Harry Hehard, Chaplain: Donald Wales, Sec.: Jack Mcfartan, Pres.: Norman Guilhault,
Vice Pres., Lewis Felleisen, Treaa.: Victor Safiire, Sgt. at Arms: Lee Pfohl.
President-JACK E. MCCARTAN
Vice-President-G. NORMAN GUILBAULT
Secretary-DONALD E. WALES
Treasurer-LEWIS K. FELLEISEN
Sergeant-at-Arms-VICTOR N. SAFFIRE
Chaplain.-HARRY D. HEBARD
Adviser-MR. WILLIAM BLOCK
The Tech Sr. Hi-Y is the oldest club in the school and was one of the first Hi-Y clubs organized
ill this citv.
ln order' to live up to the Hi-Y creed-To create, maintain and extend high standards of Christian
character throughout the school and community-our program has included the spiritual, intellec-
tual, social and physical sides of life.
For our Hi-Y assembly, Mr. "Billy" Burger, State YMCA Sec. gave an interesting talk on
"Racial Prejudice." Later in the year Hi-Y members appeared on the assembly program again in
the first debate between the Hi-Y and the Debate Club of Tech. The subject of debate was, "Re-
solved: That There Be a Stron Federation of Governments After World War ll."
The club has been active in tie State Hi-Y Assembly and the Older Boyds Conference in Lock ort.
We were rivileged to have several prominent speakers among whom were Dr. Grimm, Rflrs
Murray, Fatlier Schieder, Rev. Pfitzer and Mr. Chandler.
The social part of Hi-Y consisted of several joint meetings with Girls' Hi-Y Clubs and participa-
tion in Ili-Y activities throughout the city.
In addition we had an athletic pro ram of basketball, swimming and various other sports.
The outstanding service project 0? the year was our "Christmas Project" in which we bought,
wrapped and delivered over three hundred dollars worth of gifts to orphans of two Buffalo Orphan-
gThe outstandin social project was a Father and Son Ban uet at which we had as guests of honor,
Mr. Richard R. Dry, Principal of Tech, and Mr. Allie Seeibacli, Coach of basketball at Canisius
It doubtful whether much can be said or written about the Tech Sr. Hi-Y without mentioning
our counselor and friend, Mr. William Block. He has rendered invaluable time and advice, and to
him we wish to express our deepest gratitude.
TECH SENIOR HI-Y
6. Rlrhnrfl Nvul, Rivhurfl Pt'ur1l,fHhc-Hn Zlltwlliulli, Dullglns Vnn Wvagnvn.
nlul. 'l'llsr'hl. Mivllswl .Xv:1n7:Ho, .lzlrllvs-I:u1kuvvSki, Dunnlxl VVif'rlnmnn, John Enron, Edward Jinuirn.
'rhnrsl Xlr'f"nr!hy, Junlrs Hvnly, Ile-nrgv YIRY. Hoy YV:-wtPnf0l4lPr, Yvilfrvrl llnwf-rs, Kvnnvih Fvllviirn.
'rnurul Hrnfly, Nlvlvin Swnrll, Hrnfwt llrmlvling, Louie f'ul1lm!:1.Hurmfrnurrlivk, J:unr'Q NIPGN-vs-r, l7nx'i1l.Inn1ir'eun
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GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB
Seeretary-ROBERT L. ZINTER
MR. BERNARD J. ROONPIY MR. ALBERT E. GENTSCH
The eandid eamera shots on this page were taken of members in the "Graphic Arts Club"
during the past year.
The membership in the elub is limited to those ,luniors and Seniors who are students in the Ad-
vertising Arts Course. Dues eolleeted were spent for art reference books and drawing materials.
Sketehing meetings and soeial events were diseussed in .weekly business meetings. Most interest
was shown when life sketching was introduced.
The students have eontributed three magazine subseriptions and four worthy books to the clubs
At the be inning of the year, Robert D'Angelo, our original treasurer, handed in his letter of resig-
nation whiei will go down in history as a master-pieee of exaggeration.
We hope that next year more Juniors and Seniors in the .Advertising Arts Course will help eon-
tribute to the sueeess of the "Graphic Arts Club."
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Delta Chi, the Debate Society, was founded sixteen years ago by a group of students interested
in debate work. The primary purpose of the club is to promote interest in debate throughout the
school, and good fellowship among its members.
The activities of the organization this year were highli hted by a debate with the Senior Hi-Y.
Since this was "within the family," so to s eak, we were aide to ex eriment with informal rebuttal,
something that had never been possible wiiile the inter-high schooiidebates were still in existence.
The obvious increase in audience interest roved the value of this new type of discussion-debate.
The subject was: "Resolved that a strong feseration of nations be established at the close of the war."
The annual F reshman-Sophomore Debate was held just after Easter Vacation. The subject-
"Resolved that a system of student government be established in Technical High School."
As this article went to press the club was attempting to negotiate a debate with Park School of
Snyder, if the two schools could arrange a mutual y suitable time and place.
It is doubtful if much can be said about Delta Chi without mentioning our counselor, Miss Grauer.
To her we extend our deepest gratitude. S
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This year's football team. although under the watchful eyes of Mr. Albert K. llaas, was consider-
ably weakened by the loss of most of his lettermen to the services. With the help ol' his captain.
Walter Fleming, and the manager, Daniel Mistrik, he formed a team which went through the season
with a fairly good record.
Albert Randaeeio made the city All High team. Nathaniel Robinson and Frank Festa received
honorable mention with Anthony Sambrotto attaining the All High Second team.
Sept. 25. ..
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Joseph R. Civello
Anthony De ,loseph
Robert P. Derme
lfugene C. liusanio
Frank M. Festa
Norman S. Calvin
Norman C. Cuilhault
Charles lf. llerringlon
llarry ll. King
Willard C. Koepf
Robert ll. Miller
Albert F. Randaeeio
Robert lf. Reitz
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Richard F. Winter
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Raymond Vliodarezak Richard Cross
Daniel ll. Mistrik,
Robinson Joseph Cordam William Marts
ll -K F H Richard Mc Carthy
F7 eww P Chen Charles Moran
Football is a very rough game, William Mueller
We fried our best, just the same. Russell Murray
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Row Il. Anthony Sambrotlo, Richard Vvinter, Norman Cuilhaull, Nalhaniel Robinson, Charles
Herrin ton Anthony' De.lrse h
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lion 2. llaniel Nll5ll'll'lC, Manager: Raymond Wuflarezak, Joseph Civello, Robert Reitz, George
iavu-ola, Robert Derme, Robert Miller
Row l. Harry King, Norman Calvin, Willard Km-pf, Frank Festa, Eugene Eusanio, Mit-lmel
Sedia, Albert Runtla1't'io
'l'his vt-ar Tvvll took liltli plavr' in thf' All-High Cross Country Run held in Delaware' l'ark on
Uvtobvr' 21 and sr-f'urvd ll-ll points. William Rraun was Captain. Armando Rondanza. who has sinu-
It-ft for tht- arrnvd svrvivv. was manager. and M r. Cottsrh COHPIIPII the team.
'I'ln- IIVP boys who vamv in first Col the 'I'0r'h runnvrsl and their plavvs arf- as follows:
18 ,leromc Schwartz
22 William Rrann
24 Alfred Tymczyszym
37 .Iames Finley
39 Robvrt Adams
1111090 who rvvviverl lettf-rs are:
MAJOR l,l.I lI.Rh bQUAD LLTTLRS M. Andrpw Korszyzowski
Robvrl Adams l. Richard Rerkhoudt 15. Joseph Lamarca
Ilouglas Rissontz 2. Thomas Bristow 16. Iiarl lVl0Cready
Armando Ilondanza, Mgr. 3. Augustus Rruno 17. Cordon Mittleman
W illiani C. Rraun, Jr. fl. Robert Coe 18. Richard Neal
lamvs Finley 5. Fredrick Dcntinger 19. Thomas Nigrr-Ili
Nivholos Groszos 6. .lost-ph Doldan 20. Robert Parkinson
Claude' Ii. llartman 7. Julius Dorobiala 21. Louis Palarny
Ilvrbvrt Ringer 8. Robert Forge' 22. Ralph Richmond
Irving Rosenberg 9. Raymond Cant 23. Edward Simmons
Alfred 'I'ymr'zyszyn 10. Irwin Green 24. Raymond White 1
'l'vd Wavlawski ll. Raymond Guenther 25. Robert White
,Ivromv Svhwartz 12. Franklin llengcr 26. John Wirgcs
13. ,loscph Klimsvhot 27. Thomas Coles
Running races is right up our alley, O
But in our meets we couldn't tally.
Row 3. Irving Rusvnbvrg, Douglas Bisontr, Jerry Schwartz, Irwin Green. I I
Row 2. .fkrlnnindo Btltltlttlllll. Mgr.: Tod Wnvlnwski, Earl IhIl'f.l'1'1ltIy, Joseph Ixhinshot, Hubert
I I Hllli.
Rnw I. Nivliolns liroszns, Herb:-rt Ringer, William Braun, .Izunes Finley, Vlaiiimlc Hartman. Aduin
The end of this year's basketball season found Tech in third place, having won eight games and
lost only five. This record is a credit, not only to Mr. Braun, this year's coach, but to all the boys
who participated in any of the games.
After starting practice three weeks later than most schools and with only two major letter men
returning from last year, Mr. Braun did a wonderful job of producing a winning team.
Before the halfway mark of the season was reached three of the original players were called into
the armed forces. To "Red" Sambrotto, Ray Wodarczak, and Art Jarlinski the team owes a vote of
thanks for their hard work and loyal cooperation before being inducted. .
Their induction, however, gave several other members of the squad the chance to participate
in a number of the remaining games. These players, Ed Seibert, Ronnie Houghton, and Al Riedel
proved quite reliable and the team went on to defeat several of the top place schools.
Larry Kennedy and Mario Bastiani, two of the team's highest scorers, worked very hard and did
a great deal to make this year a very successful one. We regret that they will not be able to return
next year. '
Two other members of the team who showed persistence and perseverance were Irv Rosenberg
and Tommy Stenhouse. Both of these players proved to be of great value because of their speed and
knowledge of the game.
Many of the games played this year will remain in the minds of the players and spectators alike
for years to come. Among these is the Bennett bame in which Larry Kennedy tied the record with
twenty-eight points only to have the game go into the overtime period with the result that Tech
came out on the short end of the score 49-50.
Another memorable game was the one with McKinley which surprised many pessimistic onlookers
since the Macks were supposed to be the undisputed league leaders.
Altogether this season turned out to be one of the best in many years through the untiring efforts
of Mr. Braun and the loyal devotion and teamwork of the members of the team.
We hope that in the next few years the Yale Cup may be in Tech's possession many times.
One of the most important events at the close of the basketball season is the publication of the All-
High Team in the local newspapers. This year the selection of the team differed slightly from that
of other years as the coaches ,of each school were requested to send in their choice for the All-High
Team. The final team was then selected from these lists.
Tech was very fortunate to have one of its players, Larry Kennedy, chosen for the first team at
guard position. Larry, who was the teams highest scorer in many of the games, finished the season
with a total of 152 points to his credit.
Mario Bastiani, another high scoring member of our team, received honorable mention in the
We wish to congratulate Larry and Mario and thank them, the coach, Mr.Braun, the other
members of the squad, and anyone who assisted us this year in any manner.
'llhis u-ai"l'1-1'l1 linishvd in third plum' winning vighl gannvs and losing livv. lhrvv of whirh xx I
x rrx vlosv.
Mr. llrann voavlivnl lln' ll'Hlll and xxllllillll .ll-fl'4'rxs was lhv lll2ill3gl'l'. "Ra-al" Salnhrollo and Larry
.kPlIlN'lly wvrf' vlv1'lv1l vo-vaplaills.
llla- Sl'llt'llllll' was as follows:
MAJOR IJCTTRRS SQUAD LETTERS
I Juli- Srora'
.lan. . . .'l'a-vh vs. linn-rson, . . fill 30
,lan. , 'l'a-4-ln vs. lil-ll'iiyl'lll'. . . .. 38-22
.lan. , . 'I's-ch vs. Svmwa ......... l l--215
jan. . , Tm-I1 vs. Grover lllvvvlaml. . . . .flll-20
lfvh. , 'lllHl'll vs. liivorsidc ,...... . . .38-Zl
li-lv. . , . . .'llCl'll vs. l"os4lii'k Mastvn. 155-37
lf:-ln. . .'l'm1l1 vs. llt'lllll'll ,..,.... . . . I0-50
lfvh. . .Tvcli vs. llnrgard ..., . . 158- L0
l"vh. IS. . . . .Tech vs. llnlrhinson. . . ll 50
lf:-lr. Ill. , , ..'l'ecI1 vs l'iast ......, I0-32
l"4'lr. BI . . . . .Twill vs. South Park. , . l-fl ll
l+'f-lm. 25. . . . .Ti-rli vs. IVlf'Kinlcy. . . .ISI-.20
' I1 vs. 60-.30
F4-lv. 220 ............,.....,... llvc
Kcnsington. . ,
M gfr. In Basketball we did our best, X
We beat almost all the rest.
lluw Q. Willinln ll. .lelfrc-ys, nmnngf-rg Eilwuril G. Seihert, Allred R. Rin-del, Lawn-uve F. Ki-'nm-dy
vuplzlin: Ronald I". Houghton, Mr. William Braun, coavh:
Row 1. Blnrlo .l. llustmni, Irving lion-nlwrg, Thomas H. Su-nlmuse, Anthony Suxnlimllo.
'l'hv swinnning season was late starting this year and therefore the nlnnlwr ofvandidatvs from which
to choose the ll'i!lIl was limited. Unly seven boys from last yvaris tt-ani reported for the initial
pravlict-. With these- seven as a nuvleus and by nn-ans ol' a series ol' time trials. Mr. Su-rn st-lt-cletl a
lt'8lll. This year our swinnnt-rs won one nu-et but lost six. We finished st-vvnth in the All-lligh Meets.
This year the captain was Anthony Anagnostou and the manager. Richard Ryan. We had a few
outstanding swinnners: Zahn. Rubavk, Ryan, Montgoinery. and Anagnostou. lloward Zahn was
The following awards were given:
Anthony Anagnostou Paul Rubavk
James l.. Montgomery Richard Ryan
Russell A. Peter Porter Steele
Roger Rettig lloward Zahn
Paul Miller Ronald Schnorr
O Donald Schnorr Robert Sieher
ll We haven't a pool and we win races.
This should give other schools red faces.
Row 2. Rivlmrd llyuu. lllullligvr: Anthony A. Amipzimsloli, .lnlnes l.. Xlnlitgolmwy, Yvillinln .l.
Zahn, l'nrI4'r A, Stn-clu.
llow l. l"uul Xl, .l. Rnlnivll, Howard W. Zahn, Roger C. llvllig, Russell A. l'm-lor.
Our track team was almost entirely lost to the armed forces during the year, which means that
Tech will appear with a new and comparatively untried team this spring. Se we wish these track men
good luck, hoping that they do great things. '
Richard Neal of the 4-40 and Bill Braun, Jr., the half miler, are still with usg on them'we pin
The 1944 meets are as follows: I
Practice meets May 4-Fosdick-Masten, South Park. and Tech. 'ls T
May ll-Kensington, Riverside, and Tech.
May 18-Grover-Cleveland and Tech.
All High trials May 23 and 24
All High meet May 25
Our Track team will be hard to beat.
We hope they'Il win the All-High Meet.
In spite of the rapid turn-over in sports and the loss of athletes, baseball stands a good chance of
having a winning team. Most of last yearis second string men are still available, namely Lloyd
Caswell, llank Green, Bob Hessler., Larry Kennedy, Joe Ucci, Alfred Riedel, Dick McCarthy,
Gerry Long, Bob Reitz, Norman Galvin, and Richard Majchrzak. Many new prospects are waiting
to show their ability, so there are high hopes for a good baseball season.
The schedule for 1944 is as follows:
May 5 Tech vs Seneca
May 8 Tech vs Bennett
May 12 Tech vs 'Kensington
May 15 Tech vs Burgard
May 19 Tech vs East
May 22 Tech vs South Park
We hope they finish without a loss
8 x' Q
Q And thereby win the cup for us.
at Houghton Park
at Houghton Park
Row 4. Alfred Riedel, Cleon Kolpack, Lloyd Caswell, Robert Hessler, Lawrence Kennedy Norman Onklan.
Row Charles Hynes, Michael Marrelli, John Roloif, Edmond Gicewicz, Jack Vogt. Wilfred Bowers
Huw 1. Ru-hard McCarthy, Robert Fairchild, Frederick Sendelbach, Henry Green. Norman Galvin, bouis Cannata. Daniel Mistrick.
ow Robert Rumsclnk, Raymond Walter. Daniel Carnevale, Robert Reltz. Gerald Long, Edward Joyce.
As with most other sports., many tennis players have left school to devote their energies to more
serious games. However, several of last year's team are still here, so with the good material still
here, prospects for the coming season are bright.
The 1944 schedule is as follows:
May 2 Technical vs. Grover Cleveland
May 4 Technical vs. South Park
May 8 Technical vs. Riverside
May 10 Technical vs. Kensington
May 11 Technical vs. East
May 15 Technical vs. Bennett
May 17 Technical vs. Hutchinson
May 19 Technical vs. Fosdick Masten
Tennis is a sport that s played In the Spring
So we don t know what the results will bring
Tech Cheer Leaders are notable for their powerful vocal abilities, for the distinctive styleachieved
by each, and for tremendous vitality released upon the special occasions when they ofliciate in their
chosen field of endeavor.
At sports events our energetic cheer leaders are present to invoke an oral manifestation of school
spirit by plea, gyration, and example. Speakers in the assembly must be thrilled-or appalled-by
the mass applause and the sudden Niagara of sound released by a cheer leader's hoarse, but audible,
coercive order and his rhythmic arm and body direction.
Joe Ucci slouches across the stage, as though without haste or hope, but becomes a dynamo
once his commands are uttered. Wally Lewis is ambling, self deprecatory, laugh-provoking, but he
achieves his purpose in his own way. Don Fisher is ever
earnest. Ile gives his all. These three, the Seniors in the bri-
,4 gade, are leaving. Good cheer, wherever you go, boys, and
may you all gain, as well as give, fervent applause.
Mr. Suor, the mentor of this group, has won their gratitude
Q for his aid in their spirited efforts.
Q To these boys we should give a cheer,
They made this a great athletic year.
Joseph Poretta. Donald Fisher, Joseph Ur,-ci,"Red" Mangan, Walter Lewis, Silvio Graziadei
OF coukss xvE'LL WIN V
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The following "Sons of Tech" deserve special recognition for their earnest endeavors in the
field of advertising. Their work has been a large factor in making this year's publication possible
Chairman-HARMIN S. RYBAT-213
Vice-Chairman-EDWARD C. ABRAMS-102
.4ss't Vice-Chairman-ELLSWORTH D. WHITNEY-309
R. C. 101 R. C. 108
Moretta, Jr., J.
Smith, Edward J.
Tronconi, Pasquale J.
Tufillaro, John L.
R. C. 102
Abrams, Edward C.
Biers, Robert C.
Gibson, Gordon R.
Goerlitz, Alan A.
Haberer, Robert E.
R. C. 107
Neal, Richard L.
Hayes, Thomas E.
R. C. 310
R. C. 318
Carnevale, Daniel J., Jr.
Gicewicz, Edmond J.
Hoare, James 1
Bargnes, Oscar G.
McCartan, Jack E.
Minikowski, Jerome L.
Mix, Erving R.
Pietszak, Edward M.
Ross, Clayton E.
Saffire, Victor N.
Stein, Maurice R.
Winter, Richard F.
R. C. 213
Dorobiala, Jerome A.
Pawlak, Leonard J.
Reifel, Donald C.
Rybat, Harmin S.
S lves, Geor e
R. C. 309
Bacchett, Au ust
Nagel, Richard J.
Schnobrick, Clarence H
Sheppard, Frederick D.
Wagner, Richard Alan
Whitney, Ellsworth D.
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san GENESEE STREET BUFFALO. N. Y. ""'s "'
Andrew Ra-rner Elmer A. Berner
ANDREW BERNER 81 SON
Flowers by Wire-Authorized Florists' Telegraph
GA 3994-3995 Res.: HU 6106
FlF'l'Y-SEVEN ALLEN ST. BUFFALO, N. Y.
I271 GENESEE ST.
"COMPLlMENTS OF A FRIEND"
THE SENIOR CLASS OF I944
Dedicates this page to those of our class who have already entered into our
Country's Great Fight for the
Stanley M. Banaszek, Jr.
Doyle J. Daughtry
Walter S. Wieszczecinski
Arthur W. Jarlinski
John D. Mowell
John A. Stevens
Stephen A. Tomczyk
.Armando J. Bondanza
Allen R. Geiger
Edward J. McMahon
Michael A. Sedia
Shoe and Riding Boots Special Attention to
Made to Order Orthopedic Work
MARKET SHOE SHOP
V. MUSCARELLA, Prop.
64 East Chippewa St. Phone CI.. 6000
PALMER'S FLOWER SHOPS
260 DELAWARE AVE. and
304 MAIN ST.
GALVIN MACHINERY SALES
METAL WORKING MACHINERY MACHINERY ACCESSORIES
CUTTING TOOLS AND MATERIALS
150152 MAIN STREET BUFFALO 8, N. Y.
SELLING MACHINERY AND ACCESSORIES SINCE 1919
R. C. NEAL CO., INC.
76 PEARL STREET BUFFALO, N. Y.
Rochester Office. 46 Andrews St.g Syracuse Office, 569 So. Clinton St.
Elmira Oflice, 358 No. Main St.
Production Small Tools - - Metal Working Machinery - - Upset Wire Products
Screw MHCIIIHP Products - - Air and Hydraulic Equipment - - Tool Room and
DIRECT CARTAGE CO.
Compliments of the
E. D. GUTTAS CO.
Manufacturer of Emblems, Pennants and School
Letters. We specialize in Lettering and
Sport Wear of All Kind
77-79 W. CHIPPEWA ST. BUFFALO 2. N. Y.
240 FOREST AVENUE
Bicycles and Lawn Mowers
Bikes-New and Used
Established over 35 years
PARKHILL Sz HART, INC.
Lulunlvrvrs - Dry Cleaners
l509 MAIN near FERRY
RIVERSIDE MEN'S SHOP
'F' ii-Q . 5 '4'
783 Tonawanda, Corner Ontario St.
C""'P'i"'f'm PUCHALSKI FLoRlsT
of R. s. Puchalska
FOREST RADIO SERVICE
Flowers for All Occasions
Geo. R. Wells-Geo. A. East
Phone Rlverside 0185
148-150 FOREST,AVENUE BUFFALO 13. N. Y. 979 GRANT STREET BUFFALO N Y
STONE-HOOD AWNIN6 CO., INC.
Manufacturers of Distinctive Awnings, Canopies, Tents and Decorations for
N Weddings, Receptions and Parties.
1720 MAIN STREET
LI 1492 LI 1493
COMPLIMENTS OF U. P.
FLOWERS FOR GRADUATION
RUNG BROS. FURNITURE CO. ANDERSON
Phone HUmholdt 0704 The Florist
Terms If You Wish 555 Main Street 511 Elmwood Avenue
CLeveland 2987 GR 3902
1562-68 GENESEE ST. BUFFALO, N. Y. BUFFALO' N' Y-
Greenhouse: Farnham, N. Y.
SIGMA PHI SIGMA
MOLIN'S RADIO SERVICE
I74-176 GRANT ST. Puirlling and Paperhurlging
Telephone GA 4132
84 DUERSTEIN ST. W0 4465
Phone HUn1boldt 9864
KUEHN'S BUSY CORNER
Herbert C. Kuehn
Cigars, Candies, and Delicazessen
1550 GENESEE STREET BUFFALO, N. Y.
School Supplies . Stationery - Lending Library -
Greeting cards . Soft Drinks . Beer . Shelf crnnnn.-n
Now that you've comlmleted your
course at "Tech", youll be look-
ing ahead to new fields. In col-
lege, or in the business world, a
smart a pearance is a definite
asset! Clothes-by-Kleinhans is a
safe rule to follow.
BEALS, McCARTHY 8: ROGERS
Founded 1826 - Incorporated
STEEL - HARDWARE - METALS
MOTOR CAR ACCESSORIES
BUFFALO, N. Y.
DELTA CHI SOCIETY 1497 GENESEE ST,
Complete Line in
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 643 WILLIAM ST,
Stills - Movie Cameras - Films - Projectors - Papers - MA 2657
Dark Room Equipment - Special Repair Department
for Compur and Compound Shutters and Cameras
hIOTHER'S HOME BAKERY
Fresh Daily: Pies, Cakes, Sweet Rolls and Doughnuts
Hans Unfried 7l E- Genesee Sl- Open From 7 A. M.-11:30 P. M. Mon.-Sat.
WA- 3518 Closed Wed.
JOIHN M. FROST
1832 CLINTON ST. BUFFALO, N. Y.
NORIS INSTRUMENTS, LTD.
l05 fu. 29th Street,
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Noris Quali+y Precision Drawing lns+rumen+s
TECH SUPPLY ROOM
SUTOR'S CAMERA STORE PHILIP 31 SON
Walter A. Sutor
WEST SlDE'S LEADING STORE
256 MAIN ST.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes
Use Our l6 Week Pay Plan
Photographic Goods - Developing
p,i,,,i,,g , E,,,,,gi,,g OPEN EVENINGS 116 GRANT
GIFTS THAT LAST PHONE TR 1046 ANDRUS 31 GRASER
EUGENE L. GRAEBER Perennial Plants - Annual Plants - Strawberries in June
Watrhes - .lewelrv - Diamonds Lim Flowers
Fruit and Vegetables in Season
470 ABBOTT ROAD BUFFALO, N. Y. NORTH EVANS, N- Y-
Sfafionery and Draffing Supplies
STAMP-PAID INK TRIANCLES
RUIIIIEII RENEWER SCALES
TYPEWRITEII CLEANERS DRAWING KITS
CORRECTION FLUID PROTRACTORS
TYPEWRITER Ull. STRAIGHT EDCI-IS
LETTERINC GUIDES SANDPAPER PENCIL POINTERS
ERASING SHIELDS TRACING PAPERS
I5 LABEL STREET MONTCLAIR, N. J.
CHRISTIAN FLIERL COIWIPANY of
Lllfllbiff and MiIIu'ork
I352 Genesee St. Phone TA 24-86 Claes nf 1917
MACHINERY TOOLS MILL SUPPLIES
DON F. JOHNSON 8: COMPANY, INC.
50 PEARL STREET BUFFALO, N. Y.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
MODEL AIRPLANES, BOATS, MOTORS, RACE CARS, GLIDERS, ARMY
JEEPS, TANKS, TRUCKS, GUNS and SUPPLIES. "O"-"OO"-"HO" SCALE
HOWARD E. RUTH
1466 GENESEE STREET
TAYLOR 4126 BUFFALO 11, N. Y.
OPEN DAILY and MON., THURS., SAT. NITES
"EVERYTHING FOR THE MODEL MAKER"
HOLZMAN DRY CLEANERS
454 S. HARLEM RD.
SNYDER, N. Y.
J. L. OSGOOD MACHINERY 81 TOOL CO.
Established 1902 Phone WA 1183
43-45 PEARL STREET BUFFALO, N. Y.
THE GLEASNER CORPORATION
Sales -' Service - Rentals
217 Leroy Avenue BUFFALO, N. Y. Dial PA 3323
"The Department Store of Art Materials"
ARTHUR BROWN 8. BRO.
67 WEST 44th STREET-NEW YORK 18, N. Y.
One of America's Great Distributors of Drafting, Drawing and Artists' Materials.
IN HONOR OF THOSE OF THE ELECTRICAL CLASS OF '44 WHO HA VE
ENTERED THE ARMED SERVICES
Compliments of the
ELECTRICAL CLASS OF '44
Biggest Value In
COST S10 AN NUALLY
Pays you S20 Weekly for 26 Weeks
and in addition
If hospitalized, 328 Weekly for 3 Weeks
32000 Accidental Death
TED E. BUERGER
4-07 HUNTINGTON AVE. BUFFALO, NEW YORK
Phone PArkside 8421
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