Technical High School - Techtonian Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)
- Class of 1945
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THE TECHTONIAN YEARB
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Ensign llarold Ellison--Ex '36
Lost in Battle of Midway, July 5, 1942
Avia. Urdn. Mate 3 e Charles J. Fox f- '42
Killed in plane crash, Sept. 7, 1944, Hawaii
Lt. August Geib, Jr.f'37
Killed in plane crash, Moody Field, Jan. 15
Photo. Mate 2f'c Charles A. Genovese--'Ex'43
Killed at Sea, South Pacific, Jan. 21, 1945
Pfc. Paul L. Gentile-'43
Killed in Belgium, Jan. 2, 1945
Pfc. Henry F. Golebiewski---'42
Killed in action in Germany, Nov. 20, 1944
Lt. Leon J. Gorczyca--'36
Died in Station Hospital, Fort Bliss
Pvt. Donald R. Gravelle-Ex '41
Died of illness Fort Knox, Jan. 5, 1944
Pvt. John M. Harler-Ex '39
Killed in action, Philipines, Mar. 5, 1942
Corp. Chester J. Ileimlich-'28
Killed in accident, South Pacific
Lt. Wlilliam F. Hess, Jr.-Ex '39
Killed in accident at sea.
Pvt. W'illiam A. Kaitanowski
Killed in Action, Middle East, July 30, 1943
Lt. Harold T. King-'39
Missing over Germany, June 22, 1943
Ensign John Francis Klawitter, Jr.f'42
Killed in plane collision at Arlington Aux,
Air Stat., Wash.
Pvt. Marvin J. Kleimanflix '41
Killed in Burma, July 15, 1944
Corp. Vlfalter Kochmanski-Ex '41
Died of wounds in Central Pacific, Feb. 1944
Corp. John C. l,chmanfEx '34
Killed in Action in Nliddle East
Plc. Chester A. Nlaekiewiez-Ex '36
Killed in France. Dee. 12, 1941
SfSgt'. Francis J. Mex:-rny-Ex '23
Killed, Nov. 20, 19-13
'11 Corp. John B. Moses-Ex '38
Died in Middle East, serving with transport
Mach. Mate 1,"c Joseph V. Nemec-'37
Died of illness at sea, Dec. 23, 1942
Plc. Charles W. U'Dcc-Ex '30
Killed in France, June 6, 1944
Pvt. Joseph A. Pawl0wskifEx '39
Died in Solomon Islands
Corp. Richard J. PoliaszekAEX '41
Died of illness at Fort Urd, Nov. 29, 1943
Lt. Edward A. Poremba-Ex '32
Killed in action over Germany, March 16,
Mach. Mate 2fc Harry E. Pugsley-Ex '32
Died at Navy Base Hospital, Guadalcanal,
Apr. 10, 1944
S,'Sgt. Robert W. Shearer-Ex '40
Died in England Sept. 2, 1944
Edward NV. Smith, Vet. World W'ar II U. S.
Air Corp.fEx '39
Died in Meyer Memorial Hospital, Buffalo,
July 5, 1944
Lt. Sidney Arthur Swift-Ex '34
Killed in Belgium, Nov. 19, 1944
Pvt. Robert J. Szarletta-Ex '43
Died of wounds in Sicily, July 29, 1943
AKC Francis J. Trainer-Ex '42
Killed in plane accident at Macon, Ga., Nov.
Pfc. Donald A. Tresch-'41
Killed in Italy, Feb. 20, 1944
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Pvt Raymond A Ulrnch hx 43
Kllled ln Germany Nov 20 1944
Pfc Joseph W egorowslu Fx 39
Killed ln action ln North Africa 1
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Pfc Frederlck Wenz Ex 44
Killed ln actlon 1n Normandv June 8 1944
Sgt Wllllam Whltefleld Lx 44
Killed ln actlon Dec 29 1943
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Dle of Injuries ln Valley Forge Hospltal
Pvt Justln A Wlnlarskl Ex 44
Killed ln France Sept 5 1944
A C Thomas R Winter 39
Killed nn plane crash Harrls Field Ga
Sgt Eugene H Wolbert Jr Ex 40
Killed on TIDIHH Island July 24 1944
Pvt Jul1anJ Yadora Ex 32
Killed m France Aug 4 1944
Killed ln accident Alameda Field
Sgt Rlchard H Lemanek 41
Killed ln actlon ln Italy Apr 24 1944
Corp 1'loyd A Bunev Lx 39
Killed ln plane crash ln England Jan 1 1945
Pvt Henry Gancarz Lx 45
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Kxlled ln Germany Feb 11 1945
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Killed ln Germany Feb 13 1949
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Killed over Austria Oct 11 1944
Pfc Wllllam G Kayler Px 42
Killed ln explosion aboard shlp off Guadalcanal
Jan 29 1945
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Knlled ln Belglum Jan 31 1945
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Kllled1n1'ngland Feb 19 1945
Pvt Harvey Dorsey Fx 44
Killed nn plane crash 1943
Pvt Frank R Brosemer 43
Killed ln Italy 1944
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Knlled Dec 25 1944
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Killed Dec 19 1944 France
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Killed over Germany Jan 14 1945
Sgt Norman E Feldman Ex
Kllled over Hungary Julv 16 1944
Pfc Thomas F Muller l:.x 42
Knlled m Germany March Z4 1945
Pfc Gerald Borchard 43
Kllled ln plane crash Bergstrom Field
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Kllled ln Italy Nlarch 17 1945
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RICHARD R DRY
C GORDON RYTHLR
THE FACULTY OF
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Rlchardll Dry C Gordon Ryther
SECRIATARY W AR INDUSTRIES PROGRAM
Marguernte A Roty
Eleanor Rotenstemer Dorothy L Shau
LIBRARIAIN NLRSL CAFETERIA MANAGER
Anna E Halloran Loretta ISI McDonnell Ruth M Hoffman
ADT ERTISING ARTS
Luella ISI Brooks Nllldred I Cornell Albert I' Gentsch George H Mertens Bernard ,I Rooney Htldegarde W Rooney
DRAFTING AND DI SIGN
CarlG Aumer falvln I litshop Pugene W Roller John YV Burkhalter Ro C French Johnj Galvm Harold H Hoelller
HaroldlN Mttzger Albert I' Pape Herbertl, Roudenbush HowardW chwenk l'red,I Soukup Emtl M Wtestnger
C Dons Benham Dorothy W Irauer Dorothy S Erlsmann F Florence Klmmtns Loretto M Kirkwood Gerald R O D n
nell Julia C Murray Charlotte A Snuth 'Vlary F Smith Prudence M Yeatch AnltaR Woodworth
David E Allen ISI Dorothv Balkm NI Irving Chrtswell Grace Druar HelenD Flavm Nellie Mason James NIcGoew
Edwardj Beuther AlexR Rtrme Aubrey C Dayman ,IohnE Dormeyer W1ll1amA Krueger John C Schelhamer Robert
L Strunk Albert ,I Wlnton
Norman J Vester
Wtlham G Braun Edward D Gottsch Albert K Haas Kenneth M Schreiber
Leo R Andrus Clarence H Bensman Vtllnam Block Homer C Brooks Arthurj Hessm er Frank L Ho er Constance E
Ko el GeorgeA Lavts Wxlburlx kennedy LarlA Munn ,I AlfonsSch1eh Alxce Ulnch 'Nlaude Wallace
Wm F Blomherg ,Ir AnnaT Brooks GwendolynP Schleb Bern1ceE Werle
Nlarlon L Schraven Augusta Schuh?
W OOD SHOP
Vhllnam D Daubert George Gllbert Thaddeus May ,Iohn H Nyenhuts
ON MILITARY LEAWL
F Kyrl Dee Harold E Owen
OIN SICK LEAVE
Irene E Meyers
As Supervisor m the New York State Educatton Department Harold W Ranney Sctence
As Instructor at Cornell Umverslty Edward II Sawers Sctence
As Director of Child Care Centers Harley In Salusbury Mathematics
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MISS DLLLA M CUTTING
Mass Della 'VI Cuttan who retared an June 1944 by her charm of personalaty and urbanaty of mand had
created a very specaal p ace of her own an the annals of Technacal Wore amportant perhaps she helped to
anstall grace decorum and elegance an many of our tradataonal proc eedangs
Mass Cuttang came to teach hastory an 1916 she became a study room teacher and was head of the De art
ment of Socaal Scaence from 1921 untal the posataon was abolashed an 1937 K debate coach of great skal and
a member of the Assembly Commattee she was actave an many phases of school lafe outsade the classroom
Our socaal lafe has been the more enjoyable for her gaaety and da tanc tave taste
An avad Judacaous reader as well as a wade traveler Vlass Cuttan contrabuted to her classes not alone
factual anformataon but the salutary anfluence of an alert antellagence blessed wath a sanguane outlook
W e regret her departure but Technacal Hagh School contanues to enjoy the fruats of her anlluence
MR LOUIS BLEICH
Mr Louas Bleach who retared an June 1944 belonged not only to the faculty' but to the Alumna of Tech
nacal havang been one of the nane boys graduated an 1907 an the first class to receave daplomas from thas
school W hale here he was a notable football player and captaan of the team an has senaor year Has traumphs
are celebrated an Volume One of the early Techlonaans an a stanza begannang
B stands for Bleach our tackle at ra ht
Ile s a leader by nature a bulwark o maght
Mr Bleach contanued to play football at the Unaversatv of Machagan where he receaved a degree of C L
an 1913 Two years later hc returned to Technacal to become an anstructor an the Draftang 81 Desagn Depart
Always an energetac pcrsoaaalaty Wir Bleach as busaly engaged wath new enterprases an whach has Alma
Mater washes ham reat success
MR GEORGE A SCHWEIDER
Mr George A Schneader retared an June 1944 after fifty years of teachang tharty of whach were spent at
Technacal where he was a study room teacher as well as a class room teacher of French
Has teachang career was unusually wade and varaed I' ducated at the Lnaversaty of Dayton Mr Schneader
taught an Cancannata Day ton and Chacago Then he spent some months an France on has way to Japan where
he spent four years teachang an french massaonary schools an Nagasaka Tokao and Yokohama
Returnang to the Lnated States 'Nlr Schneader taught an San Irancasco and Stockton Lalafornaa Whale
he was there the great earthquake of 1906 occurred an San Francasco what h caty at that tame 'Vlr Schneader
lakens to the ruans of Pompea Has arraval an Chacago an 1906 completed has trap around the world not an
eaghty days a la Jules Yerne but an nane years Then he came East and was appoanted to the faculty of
Technacal an 1913
Of studaous turn of mand 'Vlr Schneader s presentataon of hastoracal background of colorful anecdote and
of laterary yalues gave partacularly to advanced classes not only languastac knowledge but a rach and memor
able share of has treasury of learnang Has teachang was not from the book alone but from the cultural re
sources of a man wadely read and gravely dascramanatang
W ath has books and studaes may Nlr Schneader pass many serene years of happy retarement
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E TECHTONIAN AR BOOK I945
BEFORE WE LEAVE
Were speeth possessed by thus mstntutnon
And lt rose and asked W hat was your l0IltI'lbllll0H'
Could each of you feellng your best was done
LIHIIH yourself worthy to be called a son'
Could you as the next one, pomt wlth prlde
To a ret ord of honor too brlght to hide
And say aloud when you hear the roll
I ye studled hard gamed frult for my soul
Of knowledge and power I ye taken my flll
-Xnd labored each day to develop my skull
I leavt 'Iech wlth a htart that IQ proud
I tan use to the top with tht best of tht crowd
But lf you have ye t to make your mark
Lorne, today emerge from the dark
Take my hand I ll lead you right,
Take the Latch from your l0IlQCl9llLC the must from your slght
Don t despaxr wlth a smgle try
Throw back your shoulders, hft your head to tht sky
Seek for more knowledge vo not astray ,
W aste not a second, look for a way
Improve yourself for your tountry your bod
Show the forus of tyll you ll UIVQ the m no nod
But III all you llltllllgt bt a gentleman stlll
W hen your battle IQ won, tht re s Thanks to be sand
for the firf of your youth, thus school has fc d
hd not with food, nor wuth toys of the IlHlt
But the treasure of all, Is ducatxon subhmt
To Tech you have much to be thankful for,
I'or Power, Sknll, and Knowledge galore,
I'or the essence of manhood lIlSllIICtI ln your soul,
The fc ry ent endeavor to reaeh your goal
W hen., from wlthm our lonely hearts
A wisp of Tech s memory starts,
We ll know we ve reached our goal at last
And thank Dear Tech again for our past
Dear thoughts of her lab s shall not be barred,
For nn these shops we labored hard
From each mlstake, a lesson was learned
-Knd the tltle of Lnvmeers we ye earned
Let us not leave her halls m sorrow
We ll work to be worthy on tht morrow
W nth those of our number ln planes and tanks
Lome jom with me now nn an ode of thanks
Dear Tech, as our partlng pralse we sung
Regret that at last we leaye thy wmg
And pray that thus class harblnfrers shmf
To point to your youngsters the way that 1s fmt
Harold 1 I' mmerson
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Cheers for the sallors that fought on the w ave for lt,
Cheers for the soldlers that always w ere brave for lt,
Tears for the men who went down to the grave for lt,
Here comes the flagp'
And as lt moves swlftly down the alsle toward lts standard on the stage accompanled
by our Tech banner and sw ay mg to the martial muslc of the band not a heart falls to thrill
not one of those who have come to our assembly falls to feel a pang of envy for the boys
who are attendmg the flags the Lolor I uard
One of the best loved and most firmly established lI'2ltllll0llS of our school the color
ceremony forms an Impressive beglnnlng for all our asst mbly extrelses and proud lndeed
IS the boy w ho has aClllE'W ed a place on the buard for his senlor year For three years he has
had a chance to show hrs mettle to prove hls worth to the Cll'iCI'lITllIl3llllg members of h1s
class and to hls teachers There has been IIIIIC for them to Judge lllq standards of conduct,
hls hablts of lndustry hls manners, hls appearance They can answer unerrlngly the ques
tlons, Is he dependable and above all, IS he honorable? In short, IS he worthy of a place
the Color Guard?"
ln May, the students of each ,Tumor room are asked to elut llye of thelr number as
candldates, bearlng ln mind IH the lr Cll0lCt , the desired quahlu s I ht names of these fifteen
are then submltted to all their teachr rs w nth a requt st for a general rating of each The
elght highest are the chosen ones for the next year
Durlng his year of service the guard has a posltlon to mamtaln, standards to reach.,
the same qualltles to dlsplay that earned lns f'lPCtl0ll lt the close of thati ear he ls gn en
a gold service pm, bearlng the colors, w lnch admits hun to the fraternlty of loy al guards
It IS not an Oak Leaf Cluster 11or a DlSllHgUlShPfl I'lSlll0' fross but lt IS one of the out
standlng honors for which he has an opportunity to strn e lll hrs school world
Moreover, thls httle pm IS only a form runner Donn- of tha memht rs of tht I uard are
scattered to the four quarters of the globe ln tht army the navy tht alr force, earning
other decorations, doing brawe and noble duds to lu 1 p tht fla f the y carru d flung free
And wherever that flag has gone lt has been a herald for a better day lt has been the
pledge of freedom, ofyustlce of order and of cn lllZ3llOll l x rants only have hated lt
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THE SENIOR COUNCIL
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Ser rciary ROIII' R'I ADAMS
Treasurer ILAUDI' E HARTMAIN
Sgt at Arms LI. GFINE C FUSANIO
Asst Sgt at Arms RICHARD R MAGIIN
Industr1alChem1stry MICHAELY AW ANLATO
Iwechamcal ,IAINIRS W ,IAINKOW SKI
Building Deslgn ,IAIVIPS P INICGFFYER
Adverllfnng Artfx RIIBI' RT L IIINTIR
Inllegr Prvp DONALD P WIFIYINIAININ
PIPIIYIPAI DOMIINIC .I CAMPAGINA
Yaledlrtnrlan AUGUST A BRUINO
Poet HAROLD G FINIIVIFRSON
lawyer THOINIAS F HAYLS
II1st0rlan DAN ID R .IAMIPQOIN
Ir0pIlf'tQ IUUIS T CANNAVI A
MARIO DI QIIILIO
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THE SENIOR COUNCIL
Earlx nn the year tht Semors elect thelr officers sux ln all To these are added a representatlve from each
of the snx courses these tw elve members compose the Senior f ounm ll the governing bods ofthe Semor Class
A socnal program to satisfy the demands of everw Semor the production of the Yearbook, and the organl
7at1on of Class Das were among the projects of the Qt-mor Count nl
Included ln our HCIIWIUCS was the annual skating partx he ld at Scott s Roller Rmlt January 19 whlch
Senior Prom the greatest success nn the hlstorx of the class
To Wir Drs Mr Andrus Nlrs Brooks 'Nlnss Haun and Nllss qthultz, the Senlor Council extends ltS
heartx thanks for thelr cooperatxon and ald ln the plannmf' of thus xear s program
In the wears to come whether we remain home or travel abroad m our countrs s SCFVICC, every graduate
w1ll strlve to uphold the words ln the song of our Alma Nlater Uur Ines wlll be her praise For the manv
opportunities glven us and the honors bestowed upon Us we UIVC our grateful thanks to our school
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PRESIDENTS ADDRESS ON CLASS DAY
Mr Drv, Parents, Facultv, Friends
On behalf of the Class of 43 I wish to welcome vou to this, our Class Dav program W e are honored to
have vou as our guests on this memorable occasion and we smcerelv hope that vou will enjov these cere
As we retrace the four vears spent at Tech, we pause to glve a vote of thanks to a great number of people
To our parents we extend our most sincere gratitude for the generositv thev have shown us W e cannot
fully express our appreclatlon in words alone, for thev in themselves have little meaning, we can onlv hope
that our llves as men will prove that thelr sacrifices have not been in valn
To our teachers we are deeplv grateful In the past four vears we have profited bv their unselfish mstruc
tion, wise guidance and lcmdlv discipline Thev have taught us so that we mav be more fullv able to occupv
our places ln the world of tomorrow As we prepare to leave either to don Uncle qam s umforms or to occupv
a place on the assemblv lme, we want to assurc vou that the ideals vou have instilled m us will be ever fore
most in our minds
To those friends who have encouraved us throughout our four vears of companionship with them, we sav
Hall and farewell
To all of vou, then, we real17e our depth of gratitude, a depth which has enabled us to complete twelve
years of education, which in Itself IS a great stride forward on the long Journev of the road to success We
only hope that some dav, in a more fitting wav, we shall have proved ourselves worthv
ROBLRT H MII I FR
Soon on an occasion not dissimilar to this flass Dav, we Seniors will realwe the fulfillment of
our hopes as Freshmen four vears ago, to graduate from this school, our Alma Mater
The theme of this farewc ll might well be W hlle wc read hlstorv , great hlstorv wasm the making,
for we spent the four Great W ar vears in school preparing to take our parts ln the W orld of Tomor
Now as the termination of our high school carccr approaches, we are grateful for these four vears
will have been won bv so much blood and sac rlfice Wfith this bulwark we face the future whatever
lts vicissitudes, devoid of anv apprehension
In former vears, cornmc ncemc nt classes were speculative as to entering collcge or mdustrv ln
the present dav our immediate futures have bec n dc tc rmlnecl bv Destmv Most of us will replace
the lmplements of education with the accoutrements of war lhis metamorphosls will require the
characters and alert minds our school has so admlrablv aided ln developing Our education will
continue, not from teachers and textbooks, it will be derived from experience strange and sharp
and sometimes bitter, which will rapldlv mature our vouth into manhood Mav Divine Guidance
carrv us through whatever of trlal this future mav hold, with fortitude, honor, dlgnltv and valor
W e are glad to be graduating, but lt is with regret that we leave these pleasant halls where we
gathered memorles of care free davs filled with gav friendships and lov al mentors Learning laid her
gifts before us, a heritage whose fehcltv has been denied to so manv of our generatlon ln less happv
lands In this countrv, vouth has been cherished which is the first of manv debts of gratitude
which it IS fitting for us to acknowledge
To our parents who have provided us with these twelve vears of education we tender deep ap
preclation, for of all the gifts possible to bestow, onlv that of education is permanent Monev or
possessions can be lost but training of the mmd remains through life and development of character
is an lmperlshable Jew el
Our parents have trusted this schooling to the facultv, a prudent, vigorous, understanding group,
whose ambition for us has sometimes driven us to greater zeal than we desired now ln our dav of
success we are grateful for their ardor to instill hablts of order, decorum and learning
Tech has given us four fine vears and the ties formed here cannot be severed bv time or space
To whatever places Pate will chrect us the memories, the ideals garnered here will be a part of us,
of what we are, of what we do
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devoted to the acquisition of knowledge which is the basis of our future in war or in the peace which
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ADAMS, PAUL G. CICJ
ADAMS, ROBERT QBDJ Tech Senior Hi-Y '44, '45, Cross Country Squad '42, '43, Cross Country ltlajor 43, 44
Guard, Secretar Senior Class Honor Roll 22.
ALPERT, ADELBERT QCPJ Delta Chi '42, T. Engineer '41, Intra-mural Basketball '42, Honor Roll-24.
ANDRES, RICHARD CAAJ Graph. Arts Club Librarian '43, '44, Art Staff '44, '45, Show Case Comm. '43, '44, Ser
Staff, '43, '44, lntra-mural Baseball '41, Basketball '42, Exhibit Guide '43, '44, Honor Roll-23.
ADAMCZAK, ROBERT L. QICJ Orchestra '42, Chemistry Club '45, Basketball Squad '45, Intra-mural Baseball '44,
ARCHER, FRANK E. UCD Intra mural- Football 42 Football Squad '44
ARMITAGE, JAMES CMJ Mu Delta '44 45
AVANZATO, INIICHAEL V. UCD Chemistry Club 42-43, Treas. C. C. 43- 44, N . Pres. C.C. 44- 45, Sen. Ht-Y 43-
Sen. Hi-Y '44-'45, Junior Class Pres. Senior Council, Football Major '44-'45, Intra-mural Football, Basketball Cap
Debate Editorial Staff, Honor Roll-9.
BACCHETTI, NORMAN P. CMJ Mu-Delta '44,-'45, Intra-mural Football '41-'42, Baseball '41, Basketball '44,
AQUILINO, ANTHONY Football Squad '42, '44, Football Major '44, '45, Intra-mural Basketball, Baseball, Hom
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BANEY, DONALD P. QMJ Mu Delta '44-'45, Honor Roll-15.
BAST, NORMAN A. UND Mu Delta '43-'45, Sect.'44-'45, lntra-mural Baseball '42, Honor Roll-17.
BAUER, RALPH G. GNU Football Squad '44, Rolling Engineers '43-'44-'-1-5.
BAUER, W'lLLIAM H. KMJ lntra-mural Baseball, Basketball, Football '41, Orchestra '41-'45, Boat Club '4l.
BEALE, JOSEPH J. KCPJ Aeronautical '41-'44, Intra-mural Baseball, Football, '41-'42, Basketball '43-'44, Track Squat
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BEMBEN, MATTHEW J. UCD
BENNICE, FRANK CEJ
BER NHARDT, CHARLES H. J. QAAJ Graphic Arts Club '43-'45, Year Book Staff '44-'45, Show Case Comm. '43-'44, Service
Roll '4-3-'44, Exhibit Guide '43-'44, Honor Roll-18.
BIGELOVV, RICHARD CCPJ
BIRNIE, WILLIAM QMJ Soph. Class Treasurer, Mu Delta '44-'45, Cross Country Squad '42-4-3, Honor Roll-l2.
BISSUNTZ, DUUGLAS Wi. CCPJ Jr. Hi-Y "ll-'43, Sr. Hi-Y '44-'45, Dramatic Club '41-'42, Chess Club '41-'42, Aeronautica
Soc. '42-'43, Band.
BLAKE, EDWARD ,l. QCPJ
BLANCK, DUINALD M. UCD Orchestra '40-"ll, T. Sr. Hi-Y '42-'44, Intra-mural Baseball, Football '43, Basketball '44,
BONEBI-IRG, RUBERT CCPD.
BOOTH, CHARLES S. QNU Chess Club 713-'Al-5.
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BOULDING ERNEST A. QCPJ ,lr. Hi-Y '42-'43, Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, Honor Roll-11.
BOWERS, W'lLFRED H. CCPJ Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, Kap a Sigma Phi, Sgt. At Arms H44-'45, Football Squad '42-'44, Football
Mjr. '44, Baseball Squad '43-'44, Intra-mural Footballl'43, Band '41-'45, Orchestra '43-'44, Honor Roll-15.
BRADY, BERNARD A. CBD? Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, Intra-mural Football, Basketball '42-'4-3.
BREACH, THEODORE W. QCPJ Color Guard '44-'45, Yearbook Staff '45, Honor Roll-19, Intra-mural Football, Baseball,
BREESER, FLOYD J. QCPD Honor Roll-3.
BROWN JOHN W USU
BRLINO ALIJUST A QMD Cross Lountry Sqd 43 Mu Delta 43 Waledlvtorlan Honor Roll 24
Bl. FML SANTUJ UPI lntra mural Football Basketball and Baseball 4l 44
BLLL HPRBI' R1 D CAAD Art Llub 43 44 lntra mural Football 41 47 Haaketball 42 43
BLRDICIX HUNIPR HCI Band 44 45 Sr H1 Y 13 45 Honor Roll 5
CALKINQ DOIN ALDT CIF,
CAMPAGNA DOMINIF J QFD Semor Council I4lectr1QalSocletv 42 45 Vice Presldent 44 Presldent 4.1 Intramural
Baseball Football ll 43
neers 1-2 llaat-ball Qquarl 1-4 lntra mural Hass-ball Football llafllwtball Honor Roll A flaw Prophet
f IQIAR W Al Il- li HND lntra mural Football 11 llawketball H- lla:-wball 47 from f ountry 43 Honor Roll 4
f LARKF lxla 'NNI Tll 1 flf H Freshman qopllomorv I,PlDdlf' I-2 Advertising Staff 42 4-3 Honor Roll Zl-
FOI' JR ROB!-ART L UD 1 rows fountrx 43 4a llonor Roll 2
FOI FS TIIUNI X9 T OID Tfark qquad P Nlajor 13 43 from f ountrv Squad 43 Basketball Squad 43 44 lntra mural
Basketball H lla lutball Nlajnr h llonor Roll 1
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f UPPUI X Rlf ll XRD l' llllf lntra mural Football 17 V3 Ha :ball 44 Honor Roll 2
fURlYXRU JUSI l'll fllllfj Football qquael 13 lntra mural football 1-l 42 Baseball 1-2 Basketball 13
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CANNATZX, l,0l'lS Jr. Hi-Y '41-'43, Jr. Ili-Y, Vive-President '43, Sr. Hi-Y '43-'44, Vice-President '45, Tech Engi-
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CHECHOWICII, LEON S. CM, Mu Delta '43-'45, Intra-mural Football '41 -'42, Basketball '44-'45, Honor Roll-7.
CROSMAN, ROBERT F. CBDC, Sr. Hi-Y '44-'45, Intra-mural Baseball '4-4.
CZAJKA, EUGENE F. CIC,
DAILY, ALLEN S. CIC, Chemistry Club '44-'45, Fall Review '41, Honor Roll-8.
D'AMICO, FRANK D. CE,
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DE FREIS, WILLIAM CCP, Band '41 -'45, Orchestra '42-'44, Fall Review '41, Vice President Credo Hi-Y '45.
DEMYANICK, WILLIAM CIC, Sec. Chemistry Club '44, President '45, Treas. Junior Class, Orchestra '44, Fall Revue '41,
Advertisin Staff, Honor Roll-24.
DEIINEINGISR, FREDERICK R. CM, Cross Country Squad '43, Track Squad '44, Mu Delta '43-'44, Vice Pres. '44-'45, Honor
DEREWECKI, EDWARD D. CIC, Fall Review '41, Debate '41, Honor Roll-12.
DERME, ROBERT P. CINI, Football Major '43-'45, Captain '45, Intra-mural Football, Baseball '41-'43, Basketball '41-'45,
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DeW7ITT, JACK M. CAA, Aeronautical Society '43-'44, Graphic Arts Staff, '43-'44.
DINDER, LEONARD L. CE, Elec. Society '14, Sec'y Elec. Society '45, Intra-mural football '44, Capt. '43-'44, Honor Roll-1.
DiQU1L1O, MARIO S. CM, Aeronautical Society '41-'43, Vice-President '43-'44, President '44-'45, Mu Delta '43-45, Chairman
Advertising Staff '44-'45, Office Monitor '45, Color Guard, Editorial Staff, Usher, Honor Roll-2, Circulation Staff '44,
Credo Hi-Y. Class Prophet, Honor Roll 22.
DOEDLINE, HENRY J. CE, Elec. Society '44-'45.
DOINIROES, DAYID G. CM, Mu Delta '43-'45, Intra-mural basketball '44-'45.
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DOROBIALA, FRANK M. CMJ Intra-mural football and basketball '41, Advertising Staff '4-1.
DRZEWIECKI, DANIEL R. CMJ Mu Delta '41-'45, lntra-mural football and basketball.
DRZEW'lfCKl, STANLEY F. CND Cross country squad '43, Track squad ,4-3, Honor Roll-l.
IQARUN, Jollx K. QHDCJJ Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, lnlra-mural football and baseball '4-2-'4-4.
EATON, DONALD L. CED Elec. Society '42-'43, Treas. l-Zlec. Society '43-'44, Vice-President '44-'45, Honor Roll-19.
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HUM KA, GICRALD W. CMD M u Delta,'Rolling Engineers, Band '-1-l-'4-2.
ICIIN1 S, DONALD A. UCD
l-ll.SAlCSSliR, W'Al,Tl'lR W. Clflj Advertising Stahl '42-'45, Stage crew '45, Honor Roll-2.
H51 NIHRSON, HAROLD G. QED Cross Country Major '44, Ra io Guild '42, Track squad '45,
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HUVXN NHL , CUNSTANTI Nl-l T. CMJ Nlu Delta '43-'44, S t.-at-arms, Nlu Delta '44-, Sr. Hi-Y '4-4--'45,
l'QlS,XNlO. l'1l'GliXl'l II. OID Sgt.-at-arms Senior Class, Football Team '42-'45, lntra-mural football and basketball '41,
intra-mural basketball 'I-3, liuntl '41, Niajor Football '43-'44-.
l"lWl'lN. NlA'l'llHXX flfl Rolling lingineers '43-715. V
FAU,-KN, GORDON li. Q,-X.-U Gr. Arts Club '43-'45, Hand '41-'43, Yearbook Art Staff, Show Case Com. '43-'45, Service Roll
I-'EDI-IR. ,Xl.l.lfN Nl, CND Nlu Della '43-'15, Fall Revue.
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FELTZ, ELMER T. CICJ Chemistry Club '42-'4-5.
FERRARO, SAM l'EL J. CMJ Intra-mural Football, Basketball '42-'44,
FINK, ROBERT G. UCD lntra-mural Football, Baseball i-13-'4-4.
FINLEY, JAMES H. CCPJ Treasurer Jr. Hi-Y '42-'43, Sr. Hi-Y '43-'44, Chaplain '44-'45, Track Squad '42-'43, Cross-country
Squad '43, Major '41-'45, Honor Roll-23.
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FISCHER, CHARLES W1 CCPJ Aeronautical Society '42-'43, Color Guard, Honor Roll-3.
FUCHS, RAYMOND CED Rolling Engineers, President '44-'45, Vice President '4-3-'44, Intra-mural Basketball, Football.
GAIER, DANIEL J. CAAD Graphic Arts Club, Football Squad.
Gll,L, DANIEL .l. CCPD
HIM l,lN,JAfflx T. C.-KAP llramatit- Club 'l-2-'13, Fall Revue '11-l-'44, Exhibit Guide '-1-3344, Scene Design '43-'44, Dramatic
Club Play '-I-ZZ-711, Fresliman Play '12,
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GIUVINO, FREDERICK A. QCPJ Rolling Engineers '45, lntra-mural baseball, Basketball '42, Honor Roll-2.
GEORGEN, PAUL E. CBDCJ Sr. Hi-Y '44-'45,
GRAHAM, FRANCIS E. CMJ
GRAHNER, ROBERT CCPJ Sr. Ili-Y '44--'45, lntra-mural Basketball '43, Christmas Play '41, Honor Roll-5, Swimming
GREEN, HENRY UCD Color Guard, Baseball Major '43-'45, lntra-mural basketball, Football, Advertising Staff, Honor Roll-
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HAIYI Nl KN I I -XLIJI' I ff Pj Cross C ountrj Nlajor 43 folor C uard Sr Treasurer Honor Roll 23
II Xl SNI' K PR XNlx ,I flillf J 'Irark Sfllldll 1-2 Honor Roll I
HXIY lxl S Iililf I' I' CX-U l'ootballSqua1I 44 Nlajor 45 Track Squad I-3 Major 44 Basketball Major 45 Photo Staff 43
Il-XYPS IIIUNI XS I4 CII jj H Y H lhlta fl P 43 ben 44 Pres 45 kappa Sxgma PIII Treasurer 45 Debate 43
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HI' -XLT IXNIINSJ CBIJCJ br H13 43 41 Honor Roll ll
HILRNIAN RXX NIUNIJJ OID l'ooll1alI Squad 4' 43 Football major 44 Track Squad 43 44
IIILI 5 hl' XXVIII fri l'lff' Society 43 45 Honor Roll 3
H01 III' R Nl KN I ll XRI l'S I' f PJ Rollin I'n llICf'I"i 44- 43 Honor Roll lo
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JAIINQIK, JEROME J. CED Elec. Society '44-'45, Radio Club ,4l-'4-3, Swimming team '41-'4-2.
JANMJWSKI, .IA M ES CMJ Track squad '42-'43, Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, Sr. Council.
JEZIORSKI, JOHN CCPJ lntra-mural baseball '41-'42,
JIINDRA, EDWARD QBDCJ Sr. Hi-Y '43-'4-5.
JOYCE, EDWARD W. CAAJ Basketball Squad '43-'45, Baseball Squad ,44-, lntra-mural Football and Basketball '41-'43.
JOERGER, IIERHERT G. CMJ Fall Revue '41-'42, Mu Delta, '43-'45, Assist. manager Basketball team '44-'45, Intra-
mural Football 712.
KELLER, JOHN J. QCPD Manager football team '44, Honor Roll-3.
KENNGOTT. EDWARD R. G. CCPJ Crew '44, Honor Roll-7.
KLEIN, GEORGE H. QED Elec. Society ,fl-2-'45, Band ,41-'4-3.
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KLINKO, JAM ES .l. CEI Rolling Engineers '43-,4-5, Honor Roll-3.
KOBERNIQSS, DAVID N. CCP, Chess Club '41-'42, Dramatic Club '41-'42, Band '41-'45, Orch. '44-'45, Crew '44-'45, Intra-
mural Football and Basketball '11-2-'44, Honor Roll-21.
KOHLHAGEX, KENNETH E. CHDCJ Sr. Hi-Y '44-'45, Honor Roll-9.
KOMANSKI, JOSEPH T. CED Honor Roll-6.
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Treas Rollmg Engmeers 44 4a Football Squad 42 43
Lalilll N X ANTIIONX Qt lj jr Ill X 42 43 Honor Roll 8
LANNING DONALDJ QNIJAss1 Mgr Football 44 Mgr Basketball 45
LAY IS D-UNFORD 4 OU Pres Fresh Class Collectors Club 42 43 Secy Collectors Club 43 Pres Mu Delta 45 Mu
Delta 43 44 Honor Roll 4
LEWIS CHARLES W CED Elec Society 43 45 Stage Electrician 44 45 Honor Roll 2
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'4-5, Football S uad '44, Asst. Sgt. -at-arms Sr. Class.
MAHONEY, DAINIEL J. KICD Intra-mural Football and Basketball '43-'44.
MAJCHRZAK, RICHARD CMD Baseball Squad '42-'43, Honor Roll-12.
MANAK, JOSEPH J. QBDCD Sr. Hi-Y '43-'44, Monitor '41-'42, Track squad '41-'4-2.
MANGER, NORMAN A. QCPD
MAN N, JACK R. Mu Delta '43-'45, Honor Roll-4.
INIARIANI, ARINIANDO V. CMD Mu Delta '43-'44, Treas. Mu Delta '44-'45, Intra-mural sports manager '44-'45, Intra-mural
Football and Basketball Q42-'44, Editorial Staff, '45, Honor Roll-13.
MARINELLO, NICHOLAS J. QED Elec. Society '43-'45, Stage Electrician '43-'11-5.
MAYER, JOHN P. CICD Drain. Club '42, Chem. Club '44--'45, Credo Hi-Y ,AH--'45, Honor Roll-4.
MCCARTHY, RICHARD CED Vice-Pres. Sr. Class, Sgt.-at-arms Sr. Hi-Y, Baseball '43-'45, Basketball Major '45, Football
Major '44, Baseball Major '44, Honor Roll-4. i
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McCLAREN, DAVID V. CICD Sr. Hi-I' '-1-4-'45, Honor Roll-3.
McGEEVER, JAMES P. QBDCD Sr. Hi-Y ,43-'45, Sr. Council '44-'45,
McKEE, JOHN M. CCPD
MILLER, KENNETH CCPD Band '41-'44, Orch. '41-'44, Swing Band, Honor-Roll-2.
MILLER, ROBERT H. QCPD Pres. Kappa Sigma Phi '44-'45, Football Squad, '42, Football Major 743-'44, Sgt.-at-arms Jr.
Class, Pres. Sr. Class, Honor Roll-16.
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MISTRIK, DANIEL li. QMD Rolling lin inec-rs, M r. Football Team '43, Baseball Squad '43-,fl-5, Football Squad, '44, Intra-
mural Baseball and Football '-1-I-'-I-3, Flonor Rol?-4.
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NlliHl'llY, WlLl,lANl IC. CIC, Clu-ss Club '42-711, 'Frau-lx Nlajor 'Al-2-'45, lntra-mural football and basketball ,4-l-'44, Honor
M USCAK l'il,l,A, ,IUIIN UCD lfllev. Soc-ia-ly '12-'45, Rolling lingincers '13-'44, Sgt.-at-arms, l-Ilec. Society '44-'4-5.
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MYSZKA, lJAfNll'il, J. QAND Dram. Club '13-'45, Fall Revue '43-'-M, Editorial Staff '44--'45, Honor Roll-3.
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Pres. ,VH-'15, Crew 'H-'15, llonor Roll-l.
NliWllUlfSl'f, JUSICPH J. Clij lil:-1-. Society, Honor Roll-8.
NoI,A, CUSMO F. QBUCD llld. Hes. Club '42-'-14.
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Basketball Nlajor '41-'45,
O,HERN, WJILLIAM C. QCPJ Honor Roll-ll, Track Squad '1-2-'4-5.
OHL, RICHARD CMJ Football Squad '44-'45, Intra-mural football '42, Mu Delta '43-'45, Honor Roll-12.
OLENDER, CHARLES J. Elec. Society '42-'45, Aeronautical Society '41-'43, Honor Roll-4.
PALANKER, Mll,TON S. QCPJ Chess Club '41-'42, Football Squad 343- 44, Trans. to Bennett.
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PAPLOW, ROBERT L. CCPJ lntra-mural Basketball '43, Office Monitor '42, Honor Roll-18.
PEARD, RICHARD J. CCPJ Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45,
PERRY, ARMIN R. CCPJ Chess Club '42-'43, Astronomical Society '42-'43, Debate Society '43-'44, Fresh.-Soph. Debate,
Office Monitor '42-743, Honor Roll-19.
POHLMAN, JAMES A. CCPJ Honor Roll-2.
POLAKOY, HAROLD M. CICJ Chem. Club '42-'-I-3, Cross country squad '44-'4-5.
RACHOW, KENNETH J. KCPJ Astronomical Society '42-'43, Treas. Astronomical Society '43-,4-4, Sgt.-at-arms '44-45 Hon-
RADICE, JOHN P. CAAJ
RAMPINO, LOUIS J. CMJ Intra-mural Football, Basketball, Baseball '41-'4-3.
REIN. GERALD KMJ Orch., Honor Roll-8.
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RICHERT, RAY W. KCPJ Credo Hi-Y '44-'45, Honor Roll-9.
RICHTHAINI MER, RICHARD A. CICD Chem. Club '42-'43, Advertising Staff '41-'44, Soph. Class Pres. '42-'43, Honor Roll-18.
RIEDEL, ROBERT E. CAAD Photo Staff '43, Honor Roll-2.
RIESKE, ROBERT B. OU Jr. Hi-Y, Track Squad '41-'42, Intra-mural Football '42-'fl-3.
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RISMAN, ROBERT S. CCPD Jr. Hi-Y '41-'42, Sec'y Jr. Hi-Y '42-'43, Advertising Staff '42-'-1-5.
RIZZO, JOHN J. KICD Chem Club '42-'43, Intra-mural football '41, Football Squad '-l-3-'44, Honor Roll-1.
ROBERTSON, HARVEY J. CBDCD Bldg. Des. Society '42-'44, Kappa Sigma Phi '44-'45, Swimming Major '42, Band '41-'44,
Intra-mural football and basketball.
ROLLEK, JOHN CND lllu Delta '44-'45, Orch. '41-'45, Intra-mural Basketball and Football '42-'4-3.
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ROSENTIIAL, JEROME CICD Chem. Club '42-'43, Advertising Staff '42-'45, lntra-mural Football and Baseball '42-'44, De
bate Club '42-'1-5, Honor Roll-l.
ROW'SON, JOHN NI. CMJ Track Squad '4-I-'44, Intra-mural Football '-Ll. .
RIJHACII, PAUL KCPJ Swimming Nlajor 'el-5, Swimming Squad '41-'45, Intra-mural Basketball '45, All High-Swimming '45
SCATTOLINI, PETER B. Track Major '44, Intra-mural Football, Basketball and Baseball '42-'43.
SCHERER, ROBERT L. QCPJ
SCHIAVO, SALVATORE D. QCPJ Intra-mural basketball '42-,43, Freshman-Sophomore Debate '42, Honor Roll-18.
SCHLIA, KENNETH A. QMJ Mu-Delta '43-'4-5.
SCHMITT, HENRY G. KBDCJ Band '41-'44, Intra-mural baseball '42, Track Squad 313.
SCHNEQDIER, RQIYETIOND A. CMJ Mu DELTA '43-'45, Band '41-'45, Orchestra '42-'43, Football Squad '43-'44, Major
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Kappa Sigma Phi '44-'45, Intra-mural basketball '42-'43, Swimming Squad '43-'45, Track Squad '4-3-'45, Honor Roll-14,
Swimming Ma'or '45.
SCHNORR, ROlNlALD F. CCPJ Collectors Club '41-'43, President '42-'43, Astronomical Society '42-'45, Kappa Sigma Phi
'45, Swimmin S uad '43--'44, Fall Review, Honor Roll-14, Swimming Major '45.
SCHOENING,?VOqRMAN E. CAAQ
SCHUBERT, GLENN R. QBDCJ Honor Roll-2.
SCHUELER, CARL N. Chess Club '43-'45, President '44-'4-5.
SCHULTZ, JOHN E. QQICJ Rolling Engineers '4-4-'45, Intra-mural football, Baseball, Basketball '41-'44,
SCHWARTZ, JEROME F. CCP,
SCHWINDLER, FRANK J. QED Intra-mural Baseball, Basketball, Football '41-'43.
SEARLES, ELWOOD E. QICJ Intra-mural F ootball, Band ,4-1345, Orchestra, Chemistry Club '43, Secretary '44, Honor Roll-6.
SELESKA, CLIFFORD R. CMD
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SIEBER, ROBERT J. QMJ Oflice Monitor '43, Mu Delta '43-'44, President '44, Honor Roll-9.
SMITH, DONALD E. CMI Mu Delta '43-'45, Rolling Engineers '43-'44, Oflice Monitor, Track Squad '43, Major '42, Intra-
mural Football, Basketball Captain, Honor Roll-1.
SMITH, ROBERT G. QMD Honor Roll-1.
STANTON, WILLIAM B. CMJ
STEELE, PORTER A. CCPJ Swimming Major '44,
STEPHAN, JOHN L QBDCJ Buildin Design Club '45 Intra-mural Basketball, Football '42
STOKES, LUCIUS W. acl Football Squad 44, Intra-miural Basketball, Baseball, Football '45-'45, Honor Roll-7.
STROKA, EUGENE A. CBDCJ Building Design Society, Intra-mural Basketball, Football '4-2.
STUMPF, DONALD A. CCPJ Astronomical '44-'4-5.
STYPCZYNSKI, FRANCIS CMJ Mu Delta, Honor Roll 1.
SULLIVAN, JEREMIAH J. QED Intra-mural Basketball, Football, Baseball '4-2.
SZACHTA, STANLEY KEJ
TAMBORSKI, CHRIST UCD Hi-Y '45, lntra-mural Basketball, Baseball.
TAYLOR, WILLIS J. QMD Aeronautical Society '42-'45, Mu Delta '44-'45, Chess Club '43-'44, Honor Roll-12.
THOR, NORMAN W. CBDCJ Building Design Society '45, lntra-mural baseball, Basketball, Football '41-'42,
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TUSCHL, ROBERT F, QED Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, Electrical Society '45, Track Squad '43, Stage Electrician.
URBAN, RALPH QCPJ Credo Hi-Y '4-5.
VALENTI, FREMONTI M. Mu Delta '43-'45 Honor Roll-9.
VETTER, FRANCIS A. Mu Delta '43-'45.
VLAF. GEORGE .l- UCD Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45, Electrical Society '45, Stage liles-triciau '43-'45, Glee Club, '41, lntra-mural Foot-
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WAIJLMEYER, EUGENE W. KRD Electrical Societ '42-'45, President '43-'44, Stage Electrician, Credo Ili-Y '45, Honor Roll-2
WALSII, JAMES R. lntra-mural Basketball, llonor Roll-4.
WAI,TER, RAYMOND R. QCP, lntra-mural football, Basketball, Football Squad '43, Major '44, Baseball Squad '43.
WPIICANIJ, RAYMOND CCPD
WESTPINFELDER, ROY CCPJ Sr. Hi-Y '43-'45.
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WILSON, GORDON J. QCPJ Band '42-'45, Orchestra '43-'45, lntra-mural football '43, Honor Roll-10.
WISE, JAMES R. QM, Intra-mural Basketball, Football.
WOZNIAK, HARRY QMJ Honor Roll-l.
YAVICOLI, GEORGE QBDCQ Football Major '43-'45.
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ZECHES, K. QED Electrical Society '43-'45, Treasurer '45, lntra-mural Baseball, Football '41-'4-2.
ZEOLI, DONALD J. KMJ
ZIEGLER, ROBERT C. CCPJ Band, Orchestra, Honor Roll-4.
ZINTER-, ROBERT L. KAAD Color Guard, Senior Council, Show Case, Service Roll, Jr. Art Editor of '44 Yearbook Asst
Art Editor of '45 Yearbook, Tennis Squad '42, Major '43-'45, Graphic Arts Club Sec. '44, Pres. '45, Sec. Credo HI Y
'45, Honor Roll-1 7.
ZWIERZCHOWSKI, EUGENE QED Electrical Society '45, lntra-mural Football, Baseball '42, Honor Roll-2.
MATTHIES, FREDERICK O. CCPJ Aeronautical Society '41, Track Squad '41-'42,
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C L A S S E S
'53 Nleuoms GROSIOS
WILLIAM FLF yuvo NIILHAIHL CHAHLI-Tow
ALBERI RAINDACCIO JQSLPH TlbDALL
THE JUNICR CLASS
President ALBERT RAN D ACCIO
Vice President WILI IAM I'I I' MIND
Secretary NICHUI AS GROSLOS
Treasurer MICIIAI' L CHARI I' TON
Sgt at Arms JOSEPH TISDALI
MRS ANNA T BROUKS M199 lf l'IORl' NCI' KIMMINS
MR GI' RAI D O DOVNEI L
As the end of our Junior vear ap roaches we the tlass of 1946 hope that our present accomplishments
prove us worthy of carrving the hug traditions of Technical throughout our Senior year
To those of our fellow classmates who have left us to join the armed forces we extend sincere wishes for
success Among the number lS included the Class President Albert Randaceio
W e are proud to acknowledge and honor the 58 Juniors who have been on the Honor Roll this vear We
are also exceedingly proud of these Juniors Richard Negal Earl Blatz and Hugh Price who have been honor
roll students for three years
In athletics 49 Juniors represented the school in the fall and winter seasons sports Those of the class re
celvmg major letters ranged as follows among the various sports Juniors on the Cross Country team
numbered 10 and those receiving their letters were Manager Ray mond Binlszklew lcz Alfred Tvmczyszvn
and Nicholas Croszos There were 25 Juniors on the football squad and of them 8 received their major let
ters Among those receiving these letters were our own Class President Albert Randaccio Vice President
William Fleming and our Sergeant at Arms Joseph Tisdall Others included were Richard Gates Edmond
GICCWICZ Robert Ray Bernard Saltzman and I' u ene Aquilmo In swimming 5 Juniors represented the
school and of these Roger Rettig and Howard Zahn received major letters. It may also be noted that Howard
Zahn has been a letter man since his Freshman year. The basketball team the hardest for which to qualify
included 9 Juniors. Those making the team were lfugene Bockowski Thomas Bristow Edmond Gicewicz
Charles Moran Alfred Morley Edwin Muto Albert Randau io and Joseph Tutuska. At the time of this
writing the baseball track and tennis teams have not been organind but we are sure these teams will be
well represented by Juniors for there is a large number ready to qualify. We hope that Gerald Iong makes
All-Iligh in baseball this year for he has played splendid hall sinre his Freshman year
We are proud of the Juniors that are members in thc various clubs and or anizations and hope they will
carry on their work of improving and furtherin their leadership nc xt year.
n May 4 the Junior Prom was held at Kleinhans Music llall and it was a great success. Due to the ab-
'ence of the President tht dance committee was headed by tht, Secretary Nicholas Croszos.
Seniors for 1945-1946 we pledge that Technical will be proud of us because of the record we leave be-
We extend our sincere gratitude to our faculty advisers: Mrs. Brooks Xlr. U Donnell and our chairman
Miss Kimmins for their help in successfully guiding us through our Junior year
Ima- llowick Alfred Tvnic-1vszvn llolmert Bogumil, Gerald Haasc, Zenon Lepezvk, Ted Waclawski, Robert Fisher.
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4' .lolin lafwlcw, Leonard f'c-rankowski, Alfred Morley, Michael Charleton, Versal I,aPress, John Louis, Daniel Harter, Warren Laufer, Daniel
Wlolf, lfrainlx Wlllkuvils, 'llliunias f'ivnlello.
llmialrl S4-el, 'l'lmnms Uslrundor, llonald I4-winski, Alfred Rozlmicki, Fred Clark, Frank lraflf-rly, Donald Winkclman, Norman Lewandowski
lfraililc lllainvm-llzi, Melvin S4-cult, John Kirisils. l
lloward li. Smith, William Blau, liolxc-rl Ranslord, Bernard Snclia, l'l:irL G. White, Jus:-ph Tutuska, Him-hard Slon, Dominic Terreri,
Norln-rl Krvnver, llm-rlmrd llylmrwyli, Hay Good, Mario Paiainini.
Sum llonlanli, Edward lli:-one, Allred Bauer, Bill Karle, William Dunlart, Alexander Wilson, Richard Pcrsico, Michael Gizzo, Albert
'l'un'liiarelli, Armand Saiia, Edwin Sieckmann, Pascal Russo, Gerard Feil.
1 ll. Pull-lvnski Fred John-.un Dick Gates, liulierl lfankow, Dale Sorensen,
YnlecianiNnwak, K1-nneih lil Snyrler, John Ellman, Donald Schulman, Richard Wiernik, Wesley M. Tresch. Jr., Frank Kaleta, Raymond
Wig - .
Mastxiin Morris, John Paulin, liayniond A. Biniszkiewicz, Earl McCullough, Charles Hartman, Jerry D. Zurbrick, James J. Pancook,
Henry G. liurc-lialewski, Peter Hynes.
llavid F. Fist-lwr, Harry ll. Faber, Raymond Osinski, Frank Y. Candela, Raymond J. Hulteu, Roger Larsh, Norman Loga, Norbert
l'aliw-nlvinski Alfred lmwamlowski, Ravniond Gant. J C I L d
, Edward .Fr-iedlrii'li lluln-rl Fairchild, Joliii Lombardo, Robert W. Loveland, Edrwin Sc-haindler, Hubert Mason, William . a os, eonar
Knwciynski, llolvl-rt Johnson, James Fairholm, Gerald Long, Michael Marrelli.
Paul Bletzler, Norman Kirchner, Roger Bacon, Ric-hard Kuczrna, Richard Lange, Roy Hansgen, Paul Wieser, Roger Rettig, Donald
: Joseph Provenzano, Keith Petersen, Hugh Price, Donald Kreinheder, Frederick Houghton, James Liuiey, Earl McCready, William
Fleming, Edward A. Rader-ki, Richard Kirchnieyer, Russell Valance, Paul Knarr.
Richard Schwind, Jim Montante, Robert Brock, Leonard lveigand, Frank Wiglusz, Richard Latke, Ralph Wales, Daniel Sullivan, Nlax
Rutkowski, Roy Schenauer, Kenneth Smith.
Daniel Carnevale, Pasquale Pazzuto, Thomas Cline, Joseph Doldan, Byron Bair, Robert Coleman, Anthony Gaeta, Carl Gambino, Vincent
Provenzano, William Nelfke, Owen Mayer.
Howard Lochte, William Butler, Floyd Hochgrehe, Joel Braunstein, Donald Guerra, Frank Vacanti, Kenneth Hopkins, Richard Pollack,
John Digati, Louis Vazquez, Robert Gennuso.
Donald Pfohl, Leonard Laiak, Robert White, Howard Zahn, Frank Rashury, John Nlerriweather, Craig Woodworth, Carlyle Yvokasien,
Richard llanaszek, Donald T. Alurcko.
Richard Berkhoudt, Donald Dohnieicr, David Leue, Richard J. Krentz, Frank R. Blanhardt, Dave Lawrence, Charles Moran, Louis
Pozarny, Joseph Sternian, Douglas Van Waiznen, .Io-eph Tisdall,'David Xlcffue.
Seymour Warnirk, Lee Stottele. Richard Lschold, Raymond Royce, Norman Huaak, Irving lie-ndelinan, Donald Frazer, Joseph Dowling,
Julius Dorobiala Jr., Robert Strong. George Keinpf. A
f'lyde Kaminaka, Robert V. Nlages, Lyman J. Eddy, William Julius, Otto Andert, Paul Bauer, Franklin Helfrich, Joseph Monte, Michael
Niro, Richard Klaes, Robert Forge, Albert Hill. '
Jack Karcher, Harold Stromberg, Thomas Briatow, Raymond Gonzalez, Edmond Gicewicz, James Hoare, Laurence Thomsen, Gordon
Mittleman, Nicholas Groszos, Roy BlcCready, August Bacchetta, Arthur Schulz, Emanuel Kaufman.
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Vtalter Fray, Norman Oppenland-r, George J. Nlihok, Ric-hard Kon-rski, Anthony Me-ka, Augustine Ruiz, Eugene Janik, Georae Del Carlo.
Phili i Giglio, Rivhard Jankowslii, Ronald Hom, Gerard V. Hiller, Frank f'i1'4'arelli, Rivhard Kolaliowski, James DeGroat, Vvilliam Atkins,
Harold lie:-kc-r, Joseph DiGiore, Robert Johnstone.
Donald llaker, Anthony Suflalvllo, Peter Pix-karer-, Robert Parkiliwoli, George Prenlive, Franklin H1-nge-rer, Rivhard Strock, Leonard
Relrarli, Sheldon Koepf, Edward Halloran, Louis Hurliinan, Norbert Kulmerlian
2! Arthur Sklar, Harold llashar, John Lilley, Joseph Poretta, Ronald Burman, Daniel 51-hunke, Harry Kerkorian, Achilles Fellows, Edward
Roy Fitzgerald, Donald Daniels, John Novak, Robert Payne, Gerald Nice, Everett Dixon, Richard McClaren, Edward Kuster, Richard
Nagel, Leon Fidel, Joseph Fkolarczylc.
Joseph lvilezewaki, Thomas Pierino, Charlef. Nickrenz, Ralph Balch, Earl Hirsch, Donald Kopp, Ray Krawczyl-c, YVilliam Tracy, Bernard
Harluen Asma, Edward 1'rycki,lVilliam Graham, Donald Douglas, Jerome Ferger, Dow Vl'hitney, Louis Russo, Jerome Paruszynski,
Bernie Pawlowski, James Gassman, Edward Relinski, Thomas Kirchmyer, Rudolph Horst. .
James R. Lucie, John Radecki, Vvilliam Yuzwak, Jerry Kemsley, Ted Chrimes, Joseph J. Cegala, Frank Bianco, Eugene Aqullino, Ray
lhirslitynsky, Richard Diehl, Ari Yvalter, John Partell, Henry Wisnieslci.
Robert Grunthaner, Joseph falabro, Richard Wicks, Joseph Lallarca, Edwin Dale, George YV. Bauder, VVillial.n P. Evans, Clarence Sturm,
lidwaml Z. Walentynowic-7, Howard R. Burkhardl, Eugene-5. Jones, David H. Jaekle, Louis H. Leidolph. U
Dominir J. Lamponv, Joel F. Daly, Eugene J. Gratz, Ralph Richmond, Joseph Heskin, John Armenia, Clarence H. Schnobrlck, Samuel R.
Ring, Joan-ph T. Nur-1-io, Aloisius Rarogiewicz, Bruce Kindron, Joseph Panzarella.
LEONARD HOFFMAN LEOVARD GRZANKOWSKI
LEONARD 'VIARINO ANTHONY DIAMOND
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Presldent LI' 0lNARD MARINO
V1cePres1dent ANTHONY DIAMOIND
Secretary LI:IOlN ARD GRZANKOWSKI
Treasurer LEON ARD HOFFM AIN
MRS JUI IA CI MLRRAY MR CLARK C SUOR
MISS f HARI O'I"lI A SMITH MISS IRMA G THIEL
Wnth the world again engaged m a world war we rtalnze the Important role our class will play m the post
war era The government has not asked us to take up arms agamst the enemy but has requested us to ab
sorb all the education offered to us By domg well ln our subjects partlclpatmg ln sports and soclal actlvlty
we shall do our part and thereby produce a sound foundation for our post war lnfe
Thls year the Sophomore Class numbers four hundred and slxty seven puplls The class has been well
represented m the various sports actxylues on the Honor Roll nn Dramatlcs and ln the Band Followmg
the precedent of the former Sophomore Classes a goodly number were represented on the Honor Roll
whnch fourteen of the boys made slx tlmes On the sports front Donald Kuhn Charles Jamieson and An
thony Diamond receny ed major letters ln cross country ulte a few recelved squad latters m Football
Acting ablllty was display ed by 'Norman Kammskl and Richard V ujclkowskl who partlclpated ln the Fall
Revue Drama Twenty Sophomores played ln the band Last but not least we are proud of the two Sopho
more Cheerleaders Norman Frye and Paul W elss They deserve recognmon for their fine work performed
at our sports actlvltles and assemblles
W e are proud of three of our classmates who have left for the navy Joseph Nfatuszewskl Robert Harmon
and Raymond Cvllllv Good luck and happy sanlmg mates'
W e Sophomores smcerely hope that we have upheld the hugh standards of Tech and promnse that m our
succeedmg years we yull do our utmost to surpass the achievements of the former classes
In closmg, we extend our deepest thanks to our advisers for their generous help and worthwhxle advice
gnven to us throughout the year
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Norbert Mieeznikowski, Robert Seiherl, Norman Sham, Robert Lomas, Russell Hilmey, Robert Kwiatkowski, Leonard Kroll.
Anthony Chiavetta, Myron Caseia, John Zinter, Matthew Kazmierczak, Michael Grcean, Henry Kwiecien, Salvatore Costello.
: Max Lodowski, Colin Weir, John Nowak, Norman Ratajczak, Salvatore J. Lombardo, Frank 0'Lati, Joseph Caserta, Cletns Scherer.
Casimir Lewandowski, Clifford Madigan, Ronald Beaty, John Fitzgerald, Armando Mustillo, Casimer Komanski, Casper Mazza, Joseph
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George Childw Allan Case Richard Rnltz, Daniel Tvlenda, William Thomson.
: John Termine: Robert Selgierer, Sani'l'urriae, Donald Kowalski, Raymond Paprocki, George Pringle, Lawrence Bennett, Benjamin
Vtalter Mueller, Leo Meszkotowicz, Michael Borowiec, Bernard Teodorczak, Spencer 0'Boyle, Joseph Eck, Edward Chmielewski, Julius
Donald Cumming, Elmer Storms, Victor Molfese, Leonard Krofka, Alfred Comstock, Richard Hartman, Robert Bucki, Salvatore Prov-ino,
Frank De Carolis.
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Richard Gliern, John Gvrosskopf, Robert Hahicht, iYilliani Flier, James Yester, Ronald Eisenrnan, Alexander Didio, Donald Scribner,
Paul Margello, Frank W ilson, Richard Stephan.
Leonard Kaskel, Raymond Johnston, Robert Brooks, John Stendahl, Warren Sirface, Robert Stark, Edward Gluszak, Charles Conroy,
Felix Strozewski, Ri:-hard Dean, Walter Glaeser.
Berton Huller, John Nehls, Harry Crowly, Leonard Grxankowski, John Nlinneci, Frank Yee, Michael Janis, John Blyhie, Richard Satiire,
Charles Jamieson, Anthony Diamond.
Norman Jagodzinski, Vincent Mazurowski, Rnymond Blarr, Richdd Stem-lik, Paul Jayes, Donald Dobrneier, Harold Knittel, John Rejman,
Carmen Rossello, Alfred Heinen, WVilliaui Blood, Edwin Rappjiichard firillo, Charles Lpper.
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Daniel Krzesinski, Chester Defhalais, Urrin Page, Francis Miller, Eugene Xlalacbowski, Robert Battaglia, Stephen Bugaj, David Thom
G d All Richard Ni o, Harmin Rybat, Henry Zaganiaczyk, Leonard Plisk.
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Edward Filler, Peter Ulsemginseph Ciesla, Russell Hardy, Henry Loskorn, James Camas, Leonard Piotrowski, James Egan, Ronald
Bnecheler, Norman Slawinski, Robert Kraft, William Kurtz, Richard Klein, George Heftel. A
Bradley Vaughan, John Norton. Donald Kuhn, John Wirges, Gene Deliralf, John Dio, Merrill Lewin, Daniel Chojnaclu, James Atkins,
Xnthonv kngelu Yorman Keim, Donald Radeclee.
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Edward, Mueller, Raymond Weinzler, Frank Ledwin, Donald Waits, fharles Schumacher, o n . mi , a x
Wojciechowski, Charles Miller, Leonard Holfman, Charles Harris, John Walters, George Sylves.
Robert Hagman, John Palkowski, Donald Hipwell, Roy Estes, Jerome Geiger, Norman Sprung, Basil Tzetzu, Gary Bartow, Bernard
Stillman, Anthony D'Alessandro, Leonard Pawlak, Frederick Fink,
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Gregory Hummel, YYilliam Hoak, Terrence Mc-Cann, Edward Mc-Ginnis William Moore John Yeman Joseph Scafhdi Lawrence Wvnt es
John Ulrich, Paul Vl'eiss, Arthur Ludwig, Nicholas DeLuca, Santox Gerlovese, Jaines Mhntante, Alan Goerlltz Rai mond Dueltgen arl
Gates, Richard Craddock.
Robert Biers, Charles Ford, Thomas Dellaas, Fred Drews, Justin Sadkowski, Ralph Pinuatoro Joseph F0111 lrrdward Abrams Paul
Gunning, Richard Girardi, Rudol h Sacco.
Vincent Capitano, Albert Shotweljl, Robert. Hir hb lc, S b ' C il
K h Q sc ecv e4ast1an ap.lco, Harold Eglotl, John Nargo Francis bt Clair Albert
ers anhaum, Robert Vt axer, John Czyrny, Thomas hxgrelll.
Melvin Etengoff, William Brose, James Brunner, George Chadwick, John Varter, Robert Schottin
Albert Kramer, Edward llallornn, Arthur Zaidel, Donald Nicotera, Fred Chapman, Jr., How
Sieher, Carl Burck, Harold Simcoe.
Nelson Birtsch, John MacPherson, Bartlett Yanderrneer, Donald Vincent, Norman Schack, Lerm Schatz kenneth Hawken Kenneth
Menken, Bernard Mmurowskl, Leonard xvISlll6WSl'il, George Bauder.
Peter ltlauri, Kevin Burke, Adrian Peters Jr., Donald Hockberg, Arthur Schwartz, Robert Hauth J Richard htressmger
Robert Coles, Walter Tomaszewski, John Welkner.
Richard Rechin, Raymond Kramer, Ross Neureuther, Richard Nowakowski, Gordon Gibson Leon J Vhld Charles A Neumann
Richard Herbert, John Gorski, Norman Frye, Richard Strzelczyk.
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Ilgoblert Delpriore, Vi'alter Stelmach, Donald Zielinski, John Ziemski, Richard Kozlowski, Jerry Ryharczyk, Clarence Fmitkowski, Joseph
Raymond Blachura, Gerald Rohe, Peter Figlioti, Raymond Uschold, Albert F-eanies, Lee Amico, David Duchauiki, Arthur Becker, Robert
Sunnekalb, Jerome Sczyglowski.
John Kurcon, Florian Nowak, Charles Daniels, Allen Lahti, .Joseph Nlutkii, Robert Culhill, Norman Kaininski, Walter Eising, Leonard
Marino, Richard Rall, Norman Laftlonte.
Charles Puma, Richard VVujcikowski,'Brunu Kolezynski, Roy Klink, Joseph Smario, Frederick Wong, Edwin Batycki, Bernard Reczek,
John Uniszczzxk, George Grochow, Donald Pfleuger, Allen Lewandowaki.
5: Gerald llartek, Chester Przyhyla, Ralph Mercuri, Albert Portera, John Mueller, John Michalek, Joseph Szatkowski, Anthony Kunkel,
John Dase, Walter Sporysz, John Goldluss, Richard Jakala, George Higgins, Richard Johnston, JeBrey Garringer, Robert Haberer, Gordon
Stoll, Harry Snyder, Kenneth Wentland,
Fred Brosch, Anthony Rozek, Richard Kusouski, Frank Michalski, Ernest Smaazcz, Robert VYinkelrnan, Joseph Mateczan, Louis lacona,
Eugene Bieron, William Wierzbicki. A
Samuel Ensalaco, Joseph Steinkirchner, Frank Barrile, Robert DeJnmes, Salvatore Criscione, George Basil, Charles Krampen, Albert
Kasprzak, Arthur Redenhach, James Bunn. V I
Douglas Brown, Richard Burr, Alan Koetzle, Richard 0'Neil, John Mitri, Samuel Losardo, Alexander Mazyrka, Edward Pinkel, John
Meindl, Frank Ricigliano, Daniel Zagorski.
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Presldent HAROLD D1M ARCO
Vice President GER -XI D AI EX UNDI' R
Treasurer St betretarw C H LXRLILS BIA 'NSUN
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DR M IRWIWG CHRISVCIHIL
Nllib MALDI L WAILXLIL
MR JANIh.b 'VILGUW AlN
The four hundred and forty four freshmen who ents red Tet hnleal m beptember IQ44 formed one of the
largest classes ever to enter this school Some of these have jonned sthool organlzatlons enoaged ln sports
and dlstlngulshed themselves scholastxcally
In the Chess Club one of the finest plax ers IS Fd Hacker a freshman Our debaters offered sturdv opposl
tlon to thur mo e seasoned sophomore opponents hdward Rs bat Rax Lrodunslu Dmo Fabrns and John
I' lls partlupated ln the I' all Revue In the orchestra and band there are ses eral of our buddlng musluans
Few freshmen aehleve fame IH sports but on the Honor Roll we have had verv respectable representa
tlon bo wuth thls record hehmd us we have hlgh hopes for our future
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: Robert Johnson, Donald Lenhard, Arnold Levine, David Mix, George Hall, Terrenve Klein, Joseph Bilslsy, Jarnes Wells.
: Rochford Harmon, Jr., Bernard Kieffer, Lawrence Jones, Duane Hoffman, .lohn Sansone, Richard Ulszewski, Leo Laskowski, Eugene
Giles, Lawrence Weir, Norman Gardner.
: Gerald Hood, Joseph Marchione, Robert Milosek, John Lalley, Stanley Nahaeh, Joseph Kucembala, Stanley Mart-iszewski, Rirhard
Blikulski, Emo Gambino.
1 John Galantowicz, Robert Hirst-h, Jhhn Krawczyk, James Hawley, Clifford Rohlotf, Edmund Szyniszewski, Edmund Meger, Samuel
Di5tasio. Teddy Surman, Frank Doane, John Mallia.
5: George Coyle, Julius Hollub, Richard Stukowslii, Joseph Allicri, NN alter Grabrmski, Rn hard l-llsaesser, Willard Berg.
4: Joseph Gates, Robert Annis, Mit-hael Augello, Norman Bron n, Houard Klnge, Varl Peterson, George Howes, Fred Ellis.
31 James Sciandra, Charles Benson, Edward fleniens, Richard Bla-, Peter lloyc-fyk. Walter Uuzek, Edward Davis. A -
is Thomas Collins, William Zimmerman, John Biondohllo, Irving Stromllerg, Jolin Devlin, Norman Streil, Bernard Jernatowski, Richard
Fontaine Allan Qtreit William Hvndman dd C- I lk
1: Ronald Rurtz, Edward Borkonslci ,Eugene Laflerty, Vincent Caruana, Joseph Bona, Donald Jamieson, Elmer Etdei, Tha eus lesiu a,
Robert Hunter, Robert Schiffhauer, Anthony Russo.
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Nikita Gugulis, Richard Graser, Ted Fleischman, Donald Gram-2. John Graf-zu, Robert Gordon, Dino Fahris, James Hough. '
Jay Hyde, Vtilliam Jacobs, Casimer Kania, Frank Lagowslci, Paul Kimley, Robert Horsley, David Hunter, James Heim, Eugene Rozycki,
Robert Gocher, Anthony Vaccum, Raymond Gebhard, Robert Szezechowslii, Thomas Ciurczak, Erwin Boje, Thomas Comyns, Theodore
Rattle, Donald Portwood, Adrian Andrusz, Gilbert Lange. .
Richard Jezioro, Robert Hallowood, Donald Gordon, Anthony Castiglia, Allen Feltz, Henry YYatts, Norman Fox, Anthony Micell, Harry
Kehs, Thomas Jozwiak, Edgar Fountain, Thomas Chudzik.
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Donald Robert, Edward Bernhard, Clifford Schawel, Bruce Braun, John tinllivan, John Harnpp, John Elly, Jack Robbins.
Charles Staten, Vl'illiani Brown, Herbert Davis, Anthony Perrc, Raymond Robertson, Alfonso Giglia, Bert Hill, Edward Kish, William
Zimmerman, Harvey Wolf.
Anthony Catalfarno, Norbert Nowak, Charles Pallos, Thomas Rogers, Alan D'Arcangelo, Leonard Rusek, Edward Richrneyer, Anthony
Nason, George Miller. I
Robert Potter, John Bartosiewlez, Joseph Yurkowski, Herman Kuhn, Brian Moore, Ronald McKay, Richard Santuei, Robert Mulvaugh,
George Konesol, Gary Mastman, Richard Dari. U l
lliilton Dietzer, Charles Costa, Elmer Benson, William Monteith, Frank Ringo, Raymond Urodzinski, Louis Chickos, Thomas Giordano,
Raymond Strickland, David Brown, Victor Mecca, Frank Simmeth,
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Frank Coniglio, Russell Knepper, Gordon Lindner, Richard Donibmwski, James Gagyo, Albert Grotke, William Keller, Richard Kocsis,
Arnold Schorno. V
Richard Ciesielslci, James Boyle, Brur-e Je-l'l'ries, Rim-hard Ili-user, Harold Di5Iarco, Joseph llyczkowski, Charles Braun, Henrv Brodka,
Louis Cordone, Jerome Love, Allan Fenter. '
Robert Redanz, Angelo Gem:-c, Kenneth Holler, Daniel .lasvkn, John Kozlowski, Joseph Donovan, Robert Baioc-co, Joseph DePluto,
Robert Hoppe, Leonard Gordon. Gerald Alexander.
Joseph Carnevale, Philip Hallen, Jar-k Ilarnii-k, Jarnes Galley, llnssell Orrnsby, fharles Nh-Kale, William Greene, Robert Islzior, Henry
Kensek, Roy Batgs, Rohert K1-nefick, William Andreas, Richard Erkert.
Alfred Vzerniak, Reyuohl Blolitor, Robert Worniak, Orlando Ric-1-i, Leonard Silveri, Roh:-rl Knlsar, Ronald Wiese, Kenneth Uetinger.
Henry Shalik, Paul Tarajos, Zollan Tolnuy, Raymond Hurkles, Albert N4-uinanri, Kenxn-lh Kelly, fhesier Strllidu, Edu ard Sucha, George
Thornas Hoherl Knhislv.
Richard Duuria, Ronald Hibhard, Thuuias Kuczynski, Alex NlaL'l'hee, Harold M1'Queation, Yvilliam Evans, Paul Flrcich, Daniel Strozak.
Vincent Arnone, Sam Lovullo, John Wiedeuian, Douglas Lett, Hayuiond Tank, George Lario, John Winkler, Vin:-cnt Tarzia, Anthony
Leone, Joseph Menno.
William Mauns, Paul Haskins, Paul Mundt, Raymond Reinhardt, Merle Harper, William Levan, Walter Distler, James Maher, Albert
Deuschle, Edmund Pajalc, Rocco Della-Neve, William Mickulsky, Gilbert Johnston.
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Anthony Pa-pc, Harold Hancwinckel, Emlminl Iiyhat, David Smith, George Sine, Richurtl lialajcvuk, Slanlcy Nowak,
Edward Wroblcnaki, David Zurznaki, Earl Tedeaco, Angelo lliranulc, George Str-cn, liohcrl Polniavek, Jolcs Pepe, John Tripi, Lawrence
YVolchuk, William Vedder.
Lee Michel, George Thomas, Charles YVeick, John Xlclntosh, Klivliacl Sokolinaki, Earl Skinglcy, theater Stachnra, John Snelting, James
Vincent Sicurella, Alfred Skorupn, Robert Slayer, fhurlcs Steven-, Donultl YVOstphal, Louis Pinqllarvlla, Tholnas Benevento, Thomas
Santalncia, Philip Snllz, flmrlc- Mc-lin, John Posuiulonfki, Jack liohcrla.
Joseph Zbytck, Janie: Schubert, Ronald Szczepainaki, Frm-nl V1-c, liolwrt Wilson, llicliurcl Iliracliln-rg, Norman Fticglcr, Stanley Pudlewski,
Carl Sirface, Kenneth Van Hemnxen, Harold Pittiugcr, Jobcph Xola,
Frank Gancarz, Milton Keini, Brouislaus Arent, Carl Ductor, Robert Mazicrski, John Glinaki, Donald Klavoou, Vincent Szymanski,
Richard Loskorn, Robert Kiersz, Ralph Hensen, James Hayslip, Donald Gradl, Owen Schnitzer, Anthony Cicatello, Raymond Szyperski,
Eugene Dorohiala, John Kloaterman, Robert Bialo.
Albert Bauchlc, Tavie Lutonu, Edward Chodukiewim, Jerome Lewandowski, Joseph Barrile, Leon Goclzik, Vincent
Svrierczynaki, Gerald K41zicromrki,Pnul Schroeder.
CliHorml Fee, Gcrald Huchheit, Daniel fawley, Robert Graham, William Hofncr, Daniel Kowalewski, Frank Wells, Edwin Wesolowski,
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: Henry Wojcik, Joseph Bessel, Nicholas Change, lidward Johnmn, Robert Vonlcy, Lawrence Crockett, Vhlham Sowers, Nicholas Kownlchuk
Vincent Cnstanza, Anthony Chinn-ra, Joseph hroth, Raymond Adaniczuk.
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TECH SENIOR HI-Y
Vice President-LOUIS CANNATA
Adviser-MR. LEE S. COOKE
This year the Tech Senior Hi-Y is celebrating its thirty-seventh anniversary. Our club was one of the
first four Hi-Y clubs to be formed in the city.
Our program this seasn has been one of the best in recent years. In addition to such speakers as Mrs.
Murray, Father Schieder, and Mr. Chandler, we have enjoyed such other events as socials with other
Hi-Y clubs and a number of athletic nights at the Y. M. C. A.,
The Hi-Y urpose, To create, maintain and extend high standards of Christian character throughout
the school anflicommunity, was very well exemplified this year in our Christmas Project. With every member
doing his best, presents were distributed in two Buffalo orphanages to almost five hundred children.
As in other year, members of the club ushered at the Fall Revue, and collected the annual Christmas
At our annual Hi-Y Assembly we were privileged to hear Mr. James Ellenwood, who is the executive
secretary of the New York State Y. M. C. A. He delivered a very interesting talk on "Hi h Standards."
At the State Hi-Y Assembly in Albany we were very ably represented by Homer Burdici. He reported
that our Bill concerning 'GR.R. Crossings" was passed with only a minor change and very little opposition.
Every one has agreed that the Skating Party this year was a hu e success. We wish to attribute much
of this success to the hard working committee and to every one whoimelped by buying tickets.
The club was very glad to obtain the services of Mr. Lee Cooke as our new adviser. Although he has been
with us only a short time, we are already indebted to him for the time and effort he has spent in our behalf.
One of our outstanding social rojects of the year was the Annual Father and Son Banquet which was
held at the downtown Y. M. C.
To next year's club and to the many members who are yet to join the club in coming seasons, the graduat-
ing members wish to extend best wishes.
HI-Y MEMBERS IN THE ARMED FORCES
KENNETH FELLISON JOHN EARON
CONSTANTINE EOANNOU STANLEY PFOHL
In Memoriam-OTHEl.LO 'fBobD ZUCCHIATTI
Killed in Action in Belgium--January 31, 1945
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Prank Ciccarelli, Ralph Wales. Donald Kreinheder, John Louil, William Julius, Roger Rettig, Richard Kulakowski
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TECH CREDO HI-Y
President-WILLIAM L. NEMMER
Vice President-'WILLIAM J. DeFREIS
Secretary-ROBERT L. ZINTER
Treasurer-WESLEY M. TRESCH, JR.
Adviser-MR. ROBERT BRYSON
When enrollmentlin the Tech Senior Hi-Y began in the autumn of 1944-, there were obviously more boys
who wished to join than could be admitted. Therefore, a new Hi-Y club was organized.
The selection of a name was givenfour consideration. Tech Credo Hi-Y was chosen because of its signi-
ficance. The Latin word Credo means "I believe" 'and the literal translation of the club name is "I believe in
creating, maintaining and extending high standards of Christian character throughout the school and com-
It would have been difficult indeed for the Credo to become organized without the able assistance and
cooperation of the Tech Senior Hi-Y. The members of the Tech Credo Hi-Y are grateful for the part played
by the Senior Hi-Y in the induction ceremonies and in the organization of the Tech Credo.
Membershi is open to all Seniors and Juniors who have shown themselves capable of maintaining the
hi h standards of physical, spiritual and intellectual standards of Hi-Y 'life.
Tusiness meetings were held regularly at the downtown Y.M.C.A. on each Wednesday evening during the
We were highly honored to have as speakers, Chief Petty Officer Mark Smith who told what the navy
had to offer to 17 and 18 year old boys, Mrs. Murray who spoke to the members on Parliamentary Proce-
dure, and Father Schieder whose thought provoking discussion on Indecent'Literature was readily received
by the members.
The Tech Credo Hi-Y was very fortunate to be represented during its first year by Keith Petersen and
Donald Seel at the annual State Hi-Y Convention held at Albany in December, 1944. Later Keith Petersen
gave an interesting report on the social and business functions of the convention.
On March 10 the Credo Hi-Y sponsored a Barn Dance at the Downtown Y. M. C. A. Those who attended
found it very enjoyable.
Other joint meetings were held during the year.
To help the members become better acquainted with the Grosvenor Library., a regular business meeting
:Es set aside for the purpose of understanding the system and manner in which information is located in the
Swimming practices were also given after regular meetings.
Much of the success whichour young organization has met with is due to the expert supervision and gtxid-
ance of our adviser, Mr. Robert Bryson, who volunteered to take the task of helping- organize a new ech
Hi-Y. He was formerly in charge of Hi-Y clubs in Rochester. To Mr. Bryson, a very congenial adviser, the
club wishes continued success in his future Hi-Y activities.
TECH JUNICR HI-Y
Vice President-ROBERT RIERS
Chaplain-FELIX L. STROZEWSKI
Council representatives-GARY BARTOW, RAYMOND PAPROCK1
The Junior Hi-Y has had a successful year of interesting meetings organized by our very alert Program
Early in the year Mrs. Murray of Technical gave us a timely talk on Parliamentary Procedure and Father
Schieder spoke on lndecent Literature. A party with the South Park Girls Reserve was held and we had a
discussion on the problems of boys and girls with the Riverside Girls Hi-Y Club.
Yve sponsored an Open House Night on Saturday evening, January 13, during which our officers played a
game of basketball with Freshmen Hi-Y officers. A successful skating party was held on January 18, at the
Arena Roller Rink. The gym and the swimming pool at the Central Y. M. C. A. are made available for our
use twice a year.
The chapter plan was adopted this year providing for the retention of the regular members for two years.
A few new members will be accepted for membership each year. The election of new officers, who preside
over the last meeting of our school year, is held in june.
Our hope is that the year 1945-46 will be as successful as our former years.
Row 4: John MacPherson, George Higgins, James Love, Robert Schottin, Leonard Plisk, George Hertel,.-
Rovr 3: Vl'illinm Moore, Norman Keim. Richard POPP. Russell Hardy, Kevin Burke, Leonard Plotrowskl. V . I
Row 2: Richard Cirillo. Robert Hirschbeck, Paul Marzello. Norman Fprong, Anlhon y Diamond, Richard Safflrr. P9111 Weiss. Chaflei Danish'
Row 1: Felix Strozewski, Chaplain, Robert Brooks, Sgt.-at-Arms: Charles Upper, Sec.g Don Kuhn. Pres.: Bob Blers, Y lee Pres.: Donald Dohmeler,
Treas.: Gary Bartow, Founcil Representative: Raymond Paprocki, Council Representative.
THE AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY
Vice President-WILLIS TAYLOR
Secretary-DOUGLAS VAN YVAGNICN
Faculty Adviser-fMR. THADDEUS M AY
Aviation is playing a major part in the winning ol' World War ll. That is one ofthe reasons why the Aero-
nautical Society is trying to arouse the interests of the student body at Tech. This year especially the Aero-
nautical Society is having a larger burden to carry than in the previous years.
The Society was organized in l9A10 to gain the interest of the students in the field of aviation. Our purpose
is not just to build planes for we have various projects to work on. Une is the showcase next to the library.
Members in the previous years have always tried to take care of it and this year Nlario DiQuilio and Douglas
Van Wfagncn have taken on the job. The club tries to change the case twice a year.
A skating party at Skatcland was held during the month of March.
The Aeronautical Society altered the design of its emblem this year. Willis Taylor with the assistance of
Mario DiQuilio designed the new emblem, intended to be worn on a sport sweater.
George Young and ,lohn Norton secured two motors for the club's display models. Two job committees
were formed to build the gas models, while other members, under tl1e instruction of our faculty adviser,
Mr. May', built model planes.
The annual assembly of the Aeronautical Society this year consisted of movies and a speaker secured
througii the assistance of Mr. May.
In arch the club heard two talks on aviation, the first by Wvillis Taylor, vice president, on ,let Propul-
sion and the second by the club president, Mario DiQuilio on Aero-Dynamics in Aviation. The society
enjoyed these talks very much.
Each year, as is customary, the society has a banquet at the Katherine Lawrence Tea Room on Dela-
ware Avenue. After dinner, members elect officers and outline the following year's program.
The Aeronautical Society is one ofthe youngest clubs in Tech. but its members are vitally interested in
itsrlpurposes, so it'is an extremely active, zealous organization.
he oyal members of the Aeronautical Society wish to extend their thanks to our faculty adviser Mr. May
who guided us well in our various projects and supported our activities throughout the entire school year.
President-OTTO F. ANDERT
Vice President-IIUCII H. PRICE
Secretaryf-WlI.l.lAM I.. NICMXIICR
FacilityAdviser-HDR. NI. IRVIXG CHRISWELL
Tech Astronomical Society was founded by a small group of students whose main purpose was to offer
to its members information on the fascinating subject of astronomy.
ln the early years of the club, the members designed and constructed a six-inch reflecting telescope. This
telescope was constructed to precision running-order and recently the members constructed a clock-drive
which made it possible to take photographs of constellations, planets, and other astronomical phenomena.
Because of war conditions, however, the telescope had to be taken from its mounting and dismantled.
Regular meetings are held every Friday morning. At these meetings selected members give lectures per-
taining to nearly every phase of astronomy. A series of talks on aerial and celestial navigation were delivered
by last year's president, Donald Sehnorr. Several other members delivered lectures at our meetings on topics
such as rockets, meteors, Jlanets and other astronomical matter. Members also have constructed sky-
charts which show the patlls of the planets.
One of our members, Hugh Price, contacted the owner of a private observatory and the club is invited to
examine it. This we intend to do during the summer.
As a group, we have taken several trips to the museum to view celestial bodies through the Kellogg
In May, our annual banquet was held, at which former Tech men. who helped form this society, were
brought together again.
We wish to express our most sincere appreciation and gratitude to Dr. Chriswell for his untiring efforts
in guiding and counseling our organization.
BUILDING DESIGN SOCIETY
Vice President-ROBERT FORCE
MR. JOHN CALVIN MR. JOHN BURKHALTER
The Building Design Society organized this present year under the capable leadership of its president,
Nicholas Groszos. Its purpose is to serve the school and motivate a deeper study of Building Design and
Construction by its members.
Our meetings are held the second Thursday of each month during the roll call period. Our constitution
was made in 1926. The meetings are lively and the weekly business is discussed and voted upon.
The order of the meetinglprovides time for the consideration of some of the fine structures of recent archi-
tecture and engineeringg t eir purpose, strength and beauty.
Three of this year's members are prominent in athletics. Two of them have earnedtheir major lettersl
Earl McCready and Nicholas Groszos are the letter men in track, and Roy McCready is on the footbal.
Our society is lpfoud of the eight members who were on the honor roll. They are, Robert Fohrge, Nicholas
Groszos, Joseph onte, Kenneth Smith, Edwin Muto,Max Rutkowski, August Bacchetta and ichael Niro.
Most of our members hope that we will in time fill positions of structural and architectural draftsmen.
Meanwhile, Paul Omundson joined the Navy and has left for boot training at Sampson, New York. Good
luck and happy sailing, Paul!
The plans of our Activities Committee arranged a sleighride party, a splash party and a few bowling
parties. None of the usual visits to plants and offices were made because of war restrictions.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank our faculty advisers Mr. Galvin and Mr. Burkhalter for their
able assistance and guidance throughout the year.
TECH CHEMISTRY CLUB
Vice President-MICHAEL AVANZATO
Recording Sec'y-ELWOOD SEARLES
Corresponding Sec'y-HARRY KERKONIAN
FacultyAdvisers-MR. LEO R. ANDRUS
MR. WILLIAM BLOCK
The Chemistry Club was formed by students of the Industrial Chemistry Course for the purpose of in-
creasing their knowledge in the field of Chemistry.
We of the club are indeed satisfied with the splendid increase in membership to thirty-six Chemists.
During the first term, meetings were held every Friday, during which many interesting discussions and
experiments in Chemistry took place. Some of these experiments included plastics and other phases of
organic chemistry in addition to discussion on these subjects. In our second term, meetings were held once
A very interesting visit to the Pierce and Stevens Industrial Laboratory was arranged and proved very
beneficial to the Chemists.
A sleigh ride, a bowling party and our Annual Spring picnic were held as part of the Club's social activities.
We are proud of the record William Demyanick, our president, made by achieving the Honor Roll every
time for four years. He has also served as a Junior Class ofiicer. Under his leadership the club has been well
organized and has run smoothly throughout this year. Michael Avanzato, our Vice President, who served as
Junior Class President last year, found time to participate in athletics and is the Senior Chemist,s Course
Representative. Our other officers, too have participated in many school activities.
his year the Chemistry Club has been built up to an active organization through the splendid coopera-
tion of the officers and members.
We of the Chemistry Club wish to thank Mr. Andrus and Mr. Block, who have been our Faculty Advisers
and Counselors, for their helpful advice and cooperation during the past year.
TECH CHESS CLUB
Vice President-JANIES KEUCHLE
Faculty Adviser-MISS ANNA E. HALLORAN
The Chess Club was organized with the idea of uniting all the Tech Chess players in a friendly society.
Since its organization a few years ago, the club has been a small, active, smooth-running mart of Tech. It is
open to any student wishing to meet other chess players and enga e in competition with them. Even one
having no previous knowledge of the game may join, knowing he wii be taught.
Chess is fine training for the mind. It teaches both active thinking and concentration. Not too infrequent-
ly, one of the lesser known players of the club heaps overwhelming defeat upon the head of a so-called
"expert.', These members constantly remind the others that a good chess player must be mentally "on his
toes,' all the time and never underestimate his opponent.
This year, meetings took place each Friday at the close of school in the library office. A short business
meetin was held, followed by competitive playing among the members designed to determine our best
An active rivalry exists among Carl Schueler, Charles Booth. Richard Pollack and Keith Petersen for our
coveted title. At meetings, it is a common sight to see Charles Booth and Carl Schueler play hour after hour.
They are such friendly rivals, however, that one frequently invites the other to his home to spend a quiet
evening playing chess. Two freshmen, Charles Braun and Edward Ilocker are rapidly improving their game
and show reat promise.
Donald Traser, our able Sergeant-at-Arms, is well liked by everyone and has never been forced to exercise
whenever a particularly exciting game is being played, Keith Petersen can always be depended upon to
be present. His able criticisms and helpful suggestions are a source of amusement to all.
Other activities of the club are tournaments with the chess teams of other high schools and our annual
party. This year, our party was in the form of a picnic held at the close of the second semester at Lincoln
Wie wish to express our gratitude to Miss llalloran, our faculty adviser, for the aid which she has so gen-
erously given us during the year.
THE DRAMATIC CLUB
Vice President-CLYDE KAMINSKA
. Secretary-ANTHONY BONCIOVANNI
Treasurer-W. EARL BLATZ
Faculty Adviser-MISS DOROTHY W. CRAUER
The Dramatic Club, now in its ninth year, has done much in the field of entertainment for the students
at Technical. The Fall Revue play this year was "The Doctor in Spite of Himselff, by Moliere, was different
from the plays of the past two years. The bright costumes, the French background and the slapstick humor
was a delightful change. We're sure that if those "girls" in the play were real, the Friday night stag line
wouldn't have been so long. Judging from the enthusiastic reaction of the audience, the play was a rea suc-
The shortened year made necessary some changes in the usual activities of the club, but the winter meet-
ings were held weekly in Room 210. In keepin with its original policy, the club accepted new members from
all four classes, including Freshmen. Any studgent who is interested in laywork, has some dramatic ability,
and who is maintaining satisfactory standing in his school subjects, is eTigible to join.
Here are some highlights about our members, present and past. President Byron Bair is an honor student,
debater and public speaker and played thc part of the youthful lead in the Fall Revue. Vice President, Clyde
Kaminska, is a member of Tech's tennis team, and of Roll Call 222's basketball team. He is also a public
speaker and has made the honor roll. Anthony Bongiovanni, our secretary, is an honor student, an actor,
and a public speaker. Treasurer Earl Blatz has made the honor roll fourteen consecutive times. He has been
Fall Revue prompter for three years, a very exacting job. Our Sergeant-at-Arms, William Peterangelo, took
the leading part in the Fall Revue and is a good pianist.
A few of our ex-members have been heard from recently. Last year's Sergeant-at-Arms, and a member of
The Studio Theatre'players, William Suffolctto is, in his words, "in the dismounted cavalry," in Florida.
William Sharpe, a former member of four year's standing, has a good position at Curtiss-Wright. Bob
Thompson, 19443 Secretary, is in the tank corps at Fort Knox. Frank O'Hara, last year's Vice President,
wrote and directed a short play at Sampson, which earned his .colleagues and himself a ten-hour leave.
Jack Brindley, Treasurer in 1943, will soon be commissioned an officer in the Air Corps, as pilot of a med-
ium bomber. Edward Steger, President back in 1938, returned last Christmas as a Sergeant in the Marine
Cor is, after three years' service in the South Pacific. Waldemar Hansen, a former member, works in New
Yorlc and during his spare time is collaborating on a play. His collaborator wrote a play that made
Broadway last year. Fred Schaefer, not a Dramatic Club member, but our faithful radio operator for three
years past, is now in the army radio school at Gulfport, Mississippi. We wish to pay tribute to these and
other former members of our organization.
We should like to express our thanks to our faculty adviser, Miss Grauer, for her help in various
activities throughout the year.
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FRESHMAN - SOPHOMORE DEBATE
The annual Freshman-Sophomore debate, sponsored by the Delta Chi Society, was held on Friday,
March second. Because of the shortage of time, this year, this assembly program was combined with that of
the Freshman and Sophomore assemblies. The topic was "Resolved that the United States adopt a system
of universal, compulsory military training after the war." Both teams acquitted themselves with skill, and,
as one of the judges remarked, they were more evenly matched than at any time within recent years. The
Sophomores won by a very narrow margin. This is the second consecutive victory for the Sophomore class.
The Freshmen upheld the affirmative side of the question, and the Sophomores, the negative. The list of
Direct Speeches Direct Speeches
1. ANTHONY VACCARO 1. ROBERT COLES
2. RICHARD DARI 2. ALAN GOERLITZ
' 'Rebuttal Speeches Rebuttal Speeches
1. LOUIS SGROI' 1. LEONARD PLISK
2. ALAN D'ARCANGELO 2. CHARLES SCHUMACHER
3. HERBERT DAVIS 3. BASIL TZETZO
Alternate: THOMAS CHUDZIK
Timekeeper: LOUIS CHICKOS Timekeeper: KENNETH MENKEN
'Because of illness, Louis Sgroi was absent. His place was taken by Thomas Chudzik.
The members of Delta Chi wish to express their thanks to the three members of the faculty who served
as judges: Mrs. Anna T. Brooks, Mrs. Julia C. Murray and Mr. William Block.
Row fl: Sophomores, Frank Yee, Basil Tzetzo, Kenneth Menken, Robert Coles, Leonard Plisk, Charles Schumacher, Alan Goerlitz.
Row 1: Freshmen, Anthony Vac:-aro. Louis Chickos, Richard Dari, Louis Sgroi, Thomas Chudzik, Alan D'Arcangelo, Herbert Davis.
KAPPA SIGMA PHI
Vice President-RICHARD BANASZEK
Recording Secretary-FRANKLIN HENGERER
Corresponding Secretary-ROBERT JOHNSTONE
Sergeant-at-Arms-WILFR ED BOWERS
MR. CALVIN C. BISHOP MISS IRMA C. THIEL MR. EUGENE W. BOLLER
In 1909 the late Dr. Daniel Upton founded Kappa Sigma Phi, the Tech honor society. The pur ose of
the organization is to promote good-fellowship among the students and to be of service to the school. Fluring
its thirty-six years of existance the ideals of its promoter have been ever before each member.
During the current year the fraternity brothers launched on numerous social activities including a bowl-
ing party, picnic, splash party, and dance. The bowling party revealed the su erb dexteritv of Tom Hayes.
It was out of the question even to dare try.to match his form. At the swim Iiest the two Schnorrs gave an
exhibition of aquatic skill. It was only at the picnic that competition was equally balanced. We feel, however,
that our social engagements were enjoyed by all and served to knit us closer together in a more lasting bond
of friendship. Though June will find many of us following diverse paths, in spirit we shall not be too far apart,
because of these relationships.
Athletically every member of Kappa Sig but one has earned at least one letter. A word about our excep-
tion first: he is none other than our champion bowler, Tom. Tom has well turned his talents to dramatics
and debate. For four years he has been on Techis teams. Truly he is the essence of courtly manner. May
success continue with you, brother.
Our honorable and worthy president is Bob Miller. Incidentally Bob is also president of the Senior Class
and has proved himself an eHicient football player. Bob anticipates a course of study in the U. S. Air Corps
immediately after graduation. To a most ca able leader and all-around ood fellow, we say Happy Landings,
Bob. Also serving on the gridiron were brotliers Wfilliam Fleming and gfilfred Bowers. W ilfred has had four
Assisting the Schnorrs in their swimming achievements was Harvey Robertson. Harvey was also one of
Mr. Vester's reliable associates as well as the problem child of Kappa Sig. Uncle Sam is now his guardian.
The track team contained the names of Franklin Hengerer, Dick Banaszek and Bob Johnstone-three
Juniors who should help considerably in bringing a cup to Tech in '45. Good Luck, fellows.
In our enrollment were three cross country members, Franklin Hengerer, Bob Forge and Bob White.
Edwin Muto preferred golf and basketball. Strangely enough Edwin was the shortest player on the bas-
March ninth, our anniversary, is traditionally a day no Ka a Sigma member forgetsg in fact, it is one that
is anticipated from year to year. In cogitatin on an assemiiiy program it was unanimously agreed to set
aside at least temporarily the custom of a decfamation contest in favor of a type both timely and educa-
tional and perhaps more appealing and of greater interest to a greater number of our student body. Thus
we offered a selected group of movies. Time was set aside to pay respect to our three members who made
the supreme sacrifice in World War II. A prayer, dear reader, each time you think of Lt. Harold T. King,
Lt. August Geib and PFC Paul Gentile.
Vice President and Treasurer--ROBERT COLES
Adviser-MISS DOROTHY W. GRAUER
In the year 1928, the Delta Chi was organized by the debaters of the school, with the help of Miss Crauer.
Its purpose was to promote debating in the school and fellowship among its members.
Annually it has sponsored the Freshman-Sophomore Debate. The winning class has its numerals in-
scribed on a cup which is kept in the trophy cabinet in the main corridor. The Freshmen and Sophomores
on these teams form the nucleus of the varsity teams of the following years.
A Hi-Y-Delta Chi discussion debate on the subject: "Resolved that the voting age be lowered to
eighteen years", and plans for a later debate with East High School and possibly with Park School have
been made for a busy second term.
Since the inter-high school debates have been discontinued for the duration, the members of Delta Chi
feel that they are making a real contribution to the thought and citizenship training of Tech Students by
keeping alive debate activity in the school.
President--RAYMOND F UCHS
Vice President-SHERILL SCHRADER
Ass't. Sgt.-at-Arms-WILLIAM PAYNE
The Rolling Engineers is one of the youngest and most active clubs in Tech, having been organized in
December, 1943 and at present it boasts a membership of 37 students.
The club was established for the purpose of organizing the skating enthusiasts of Tech. The activities of
our club include two annual skating parties. The first was held February 14, 1945 at Skateland and was a
great success. Other activities include bi-monthly visits to various skating rinks in Buffalo, bowling parties
and a picnic or banquet at the close of the school year.
This organization endeavors to assist all other school clubs by supporting and aiding in' their skating
We are very proud of two of our members, Sylvester Kolassa and Robert Porter who are serving Uncle
Sam in the armed forces. In our brief history of two years, we already have four stars on our service Hag.
The officers and members of the club wish to express their most sincere thanks to Mr. J. Alfons Schieb for
the time and assistance he has so kindly rendered us. -
MACHINE DESIGN SOCIETY
Vice President-FREDERICK DENTINGER
FacultyAdviservMR. CARI. AUMER
The Machine Design Society of Technical, which is composed of Juniors and Seniors in the Mechanical
Course, has been a prominent factor in the history of Tech since 1923.
The aims of this society are to discuss fields of Mechanical Engineering that are not covered in our regular
curriculumg to relate projects of Machine Design solved in schoolg and to discuss the application of similar
cases encountered in the industrial field. Mr. Aumcr, our adviser, has been more than helpful along these
lines by reason of his experiences in the world of industry. This extra practical knowledge will aid our under-
standing, when, after graduation, we become associated with the men who have traveled this same path
Earl Drollinger, president last year, is now in the U. S. Navy, where he is studying Diesel engines at Gulf-
port, Miss, Earl wrote a thesis on simple Diesel engines which served as the basis of a discussion at one of
our meetings. His thesis reflects the keen interest of the members of the passive chapter in the work of the
active chapter. Previous to this discussion a sound movie was shown, entitled "Simple Diesel Engines."
From these two sources a good understanding of Diesels was acquired by our members. We also had a sound
movie entitled "The Functions of a Turret Lathef'
Row 4: Kenneth Selilia, John Rollek, Willis Taylor, James Armitage, Raymond Schneider, David Domroes.
Row 3: Jack M ussen, Allen Feder, Daniel Drzewieeki, Stanley Grudniewski, Mario DiQuilio, Norman Baechetti.
Row 9: Fremonti Valenti, Richard Ring, Norman Maggione, Henry Rich, Jack Mann, Robert Muschaweek, Herbert Joecfer.. '
Row 1: cfguuald Baney,.Sgt.-at-Arms: Norman Bust, Sec.g Danforth Lavis, Pres.: Fred Dentinger, Vice Pres.g A Vince . Bflllll, Treamg Mr.
,arl Aumcr, Adviser.
Socially, this has been an extremely successful year. Our skating party was well attended and the results
very satisfactory. We are all looking forward to an equally good time at our annual picnic.
Members of the Machine Desi n Society were extended an invitation to the October 19th meetin of
"The Engineering Society of BuffaJo, Inc." A number of our members, accom anied by Mr. Aumer, attended.
The meeting was in the form of an illustrated talk on the General Electric Cilas Turbine which is used in the
Bell "Airacomet", a jet ropelled air lane. Mr. J. Kenneth Salisbury of the Turbine Engineering Division
of the General Electric fgompany of Schenectady was the speaker. In 1942 Mr. Salisbury was awarded the
Melville medal of the American Society- of Mechanical Engineers. Those who heard Mr. Salisbury agreed
they profited b this very interesting discussion. A deep interest in the activities of "The Engineering
Society of Buffalo, Inc." is being shown by many of our members.
Because of the ever changing times, it was deemed necessary to revise our constitution which was adopted
in 1923. This year we selected a new emblem, which we hope will become the official and permanent emblem
of the Machine Design Society.
Members of our society are engaged in other activities. Lanky Don Smith proved his athletic abilities
as well as his mental traits. He earned a major letter in track. The armed forces have called many of our
members. Henry Crajek who was elected secretary at the beginning of the year, left for duty with the Navy
last summer and was replaced by Norman Bast. The call of the sea beckoned Bill Birnic into the Maritime
Service. He left school in January to take his boot training at Sheepshead Bay, New York. "Gus" Eoannou
was required to leave school in January for service in the Army. Donald Baney was elected the new sergeant-
at-arms to replace "Gus." Bob Sieber, our president, graduated in January. Ufpon graduation he enlisted in
Naval Air Corps. Dan Lavis efficiently carried out the duties of the president or the remainder of the term.
Frederick Dentinger was elected vice president. Armando Mariani serves as treasurer. These changes were
required in January to replace several of our officers who entered the service of their Country. Don Baney
has his head in the clouds. He enlisted in the Army Air Force and will leave for training immediately after
graduation in June.
This has been a year of many improvements and a large group of enthusiastic Juniors who can make next
year the most eventful year in the history of the Machine Design Society.
TECH ELECTRICAL SOCIETY
President-DOMINIC J. CANIPAGNA
Vice President-DONALD L. EATON
Secretary-LEONARD L. DINDER
Treasurer-KENNETH .l. ZECHES
Sgt.-at-Arms-JOHN J. MUSCARELLA
Faculty Adviser-MR. CLARENCE H. BENSMAN
The Tech Electrical Society was formed a little more than twenty years ago for the purpose of bringing
a closer relationship between the upper and the lower classmen.
The activities this year consisted of regular weekly meetings, which were held on Tuesday mornings at
eight forty-five. The annual initiation cemerony was held at Nicholas J. Marinellols summer cottage in Ca-
nada. Several successful bowling parties were held during the year. The annual induction banquet was held
at MaeDoel,s Restaurant and proved to be very successful. Our skating party held at the "New Skatelandi'
was also one of our more notable events. The most enjoyable event was the picnic held at the close of the
year. The Seniors especially derived a great deal of pleasure since it was their last social function associated
with the Society.
The Society has charge of decorating the Christmas tree and aids Mr. Bensman in operating the movie
projection machine or any other type of electrical equipment in the school.
The members of the Society are very proud this year because we were responsible for enrolling forty-eight
members consisting of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. There are seven Sophomores, twenty-one Juniors
and twenty Seniors. This is a sign which indicates that the club is becoming more popular every year. As
members, we sincerely hope that the Society will expand greatly and that it will continue to remain a most
The Club extends sincere gratitude to our faculty adviser, Mr. Clarence H. Bensman, for his splendid
cooperation during the year.
TH GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB
Presxdent ROBERT ZINTLR
Secretary FRANK MAINZLLLA
Treasurer ILDVI ARD AHRFNS
Llbrarlan RICHARD AINDRES
Adviser NIR BERNARD .I ROOINFY
The Graphlc Arts Club thls wear conducted nts meetmgs lnformallw and endeavored not only to add to
lts reference hbrars but to lnclude much llfe drawlng and water color pamtmg ln nts program Much atten
t1on was gnen to a free and llberal expresslon of art
Our regular busmess meetings were held everx Mondas after the eighth period ln Room 320 A record
was kept of these meetlngs and put on file The Executlve Board was composed of two Senlors and two
Jumors rl he Presndent and Llbrarlan were bemors and the 1 reasurer and secretary were ,lumors It was one
of the dutles of these boxs to decide what books and magazines should be bought to make the best use of
After adjournment of our meetmgs we worked on our drawmgs and palntlngs and dlscussed our plans and
lnterests wlth Mr Roonex who counseled us Ile also mstructed us m water color and figure drawmg
At our regular wcekls meetmgs there were valuable talks given bw the members on famous Amerncan
artlsts mcludmg manx detanls of the lwes of the artists and tellmg of their methods of acqulrmg thelr
results The maternal for the e talks were gathered bw the bows themselves
A contest to selett a llCSl n for the brapluc Arts Club letterhead was won bs Robert lmter who received
an orxgmal cartoon bx VC lllldlfl Summers the Buffalo l: wenmg 'News tartoomst The letterhead was prmted
on statnoners to be used for all the club s correspondence
Almost everx Tech man has seen the actlon photos of Tech s first football games dlsplased ln the show
case near Room 103 These excellent shots were caught bs Zee I eptnk an aetne member of our club
Orlgmal work bw professional artlsts was sought bw the bots to add to thelr collection whleh proved to
be a valuable asset to the organwatlon In maklng personal contacts with artlsts the boss gamed valuable
experlence The club members asked artlsts to Une them some orwmal work Thus had a two fold result as
not onls dld lt brlng back to our club work bs professlonals but lt was a great help ln gettmg the bots
acquamted w1th these men
Our socxal acttvxtles mcluded wlmmmg and bowlmg All told thls wear the club w as a great success m
provldmg lts members wlth good clean fun as well as mans accomplishments W e feel that thus was the best
wear of the Graphlc Arts Club
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Pvt. Gene Detlraff, liund: Pvt. ltivharcl Strork, Rand.
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Johnson, Sqdn. 43 Pvt. .Ima-ph I.iPira, Sqdn. 4: Pvt. David Lnwren1'e,Sqdn. Q3 Pvt. Henrv Zapzaniaczvk, Sqfln. 4.
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ROW 1: Pvt. Ralph Balch, Pvt. Fred Ellis, sup. Pvt. Franklin Hengerer, Row 1: Pvt. Albert Hartman, vt.. Bernard Pawluwskn, Pvt. Henry Shalllt
Pvt. Richard Kulakowski, Cpl. Donald Kunia
THE TECHTONIAN YEAR BOOK l945
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This year we had many talented students compete for the position of cheerleader. VW: regret that we were
able to accept only two of these aspirauts. Some of the others, who did not succeed in the contest, have
helped us greatly in our activities. To them we wish to extend our appreciation and gratitude.
There were no Seniors leading cheers this year because those who normally would have done so resigned
from this activity to participate in athletics. The two Juniors who took charge on short notice accomplished
a wonderful job, although they were faced with many difficulties.
The two Sophomores elected this year were Norm Frye and Paul Weiss. Sil Graziadei and "Red" Poretta
are the Junior cheerleaders.
We wish to thank Mr. Suor, our Faculty Adviser, for his helpful suggestions and constant encouragement.
" RED " PORETTA
NOR M FRYE
This year was not a victorious one for Tech's football team, but it can be said that the fellows did play
to the best of their ability. This losing streak was not the fault of our coach Mr. Haas, nor the team. because
they gave their all and at times a bit more. Tech gained the respect of every team they played for they al-
ways seemed to outplay their opponents, but for a few seconds, which always seemed to cost them the game,
they dropped their guard. Everyone that saw Tech play knew that there was a wonderful group of fellows
on the field playing their hearts out to win. Although it seemed that Tech would always lose, no matter how
well they played, most of the fellows stuck to the squad until the final game. Their efforts were well repaid
when they defeated Seneca one of the to three teams in their league. This was a surprise to everyone ex-
cept the fellows that played on the team. lefr. Haas always said that he had a winning team when they played
"heads up" football. In this game they did.
Co-captain Robert Derme showed himself as an able football player when he intercepted a forward pass
and ran sixty-four yeards for a touchdown. Technical High School is proud of its football team in spite of
the fact that they lost practically every game. We only hope that Tech can have more teamwork such as
they had this year to carry on in the future.
Tech vs. Kensington 0-12 Tech vs. South Park 6-12
Tech vs. Bennett 6-12 Tech vs. East 0-18
Tech vs. Burgard 0- 6 Tech vs. Seneca 12- 0
Robert Cliullj Derme fCo-captainj, B, Albert CAD Randaccio tCo-captainl, LEQ Robert CBobj Miller,
G, Eugene CGenej Eusanio, T, Eugene fChuckD Aquilina, C3 George QYaviej Yavicola, G, Nfichael CMikej
Avanzato, CQ William CBillj Fleming, Gg Joseph fjoej Tisdall, T, Anthony tTonyj Aquilina. Eg Willard
CVVillyj Koepf, Bg Raymond CRayj Herman, Tg Bruce Hawkes, RE, Robert CBobj Ray. BQ Richard CDickj
McCarthy, Bg Edward tEdj Gicewicz, Bg Raymond Clrishj Walters, Bg Richard tDickD Gates, T, Bernard
CBernyj Saltzman, T9 Raymond QRayQ Schneider. Eg Patrick CPatj Bfangan, B. Wilfred QWilliej Bowers,
Eg John Llackj Keller, Mgr.
Robert Derme attained a position on the City All-lligli 2nd Team. George Yavicola and Albert Ran-
daccio received honorable mention honors.
Frank Archer, Gary Bartow, Ralph Bauer, Robert Brooks, Joseph Caserta, Fred Chapman, Charles Dan-
iels, Robert DeJames, Leo Dilyfarco, Melvin Etengoff, Donald Guerra, Donald Ilofmar, William Julius,
Richard Klein, Donald Kowalski, Daniel Krzesinski, Donald Lanning, Roger Larsch, Richard Magin,
Roy lV1cCready,-Donald Murchg, Paul Miller, Daniel Mistrick, Charles Moran, Walter Nfueller, David
'N-0131: Riciha-rd Ohl, F1Ta,nk O'Lati, Milton Palanker. James Pancook, Robert Parkinson, Jerome Parusz-
ynski, John Paulin, George Pringle, Donald Radecke, Paul Ruback, Robert Scherer, Daniel Sullivan,
Lawrence Thomsen, Charles Upper, Donald Vincent, Jack Vogt, Donald Waits.
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The swimming team started with a mighty splash this year by beating Lafayette, Riverside and Hutchin-
son out ofthe final All-High meet, and placing fifth in the city. This was done by Captain Paul Rubach, who
scored five points in the All-High meet. ln single competition the results were as follows:
Bennett 46 - Technical 29
Lafayette 36 -f Technical 40
liast 50 -- Technical 25
Riverside 10 - Technical 3-1-
The outstanding swimmers this year were Paul Rubach, lloward Zahn, William Zahn, Roger Rettig,
Donald Schnorr, Ronald Schnorr, and our 200-yard man Hob Grahner. The manager was Roger Larsh and
his assistant was Ray Paprocki, who also swam.
Paul fRubby Joel Rubach was the first breast stroke in Tc-ch's swimming history to make All-High.
The other members did not expect this triumph because Paul was beaten by three other swimmers in the
All-High tryouts, but he came through for Tech.
MAJOR LliTTHRMl'1N Sf-blkt D l,l'I'l'Tl'IRS
Robert Grahner Donald Schnorr Frank Krenn
Jerome Paruszynski Porter Steele Gordon Lindner
Russell Peter George Sylves Raymond Pagrocki
Roger Rettig Howard Zahn Roger Larsh, 1 Ianager
Paul Rubach William Zahn
This wear our team finished in eleventh place havlng won four games and lost nine This record is not
very lmpresslve but It does not tell the whole storw
Just before the opening game our coach 'Nlr Braun became ill so Nlr Kremer was asked to take over the
team This was a blg job because he didn t know anwthmg about the plas ers or the team He began to coach
how ew er and just as the team started to progress nicely we lost two valuable men to the armed forces Al
Riedel and Al Randaccno
Rai Ham who was appointed captain after Al Riedel left was the tc am s hi hscorer in manv games and
finished the season with a total of ninety points
Dick Sparkx lllcfartln a hold over from last sear s team proved to be a versatile play er as he per
formed 1 redntablx in both guard and form ard positions His best performance was in the ls ast game when he
defensive game agalnst Hutch In thls game he held All High Johnns Moore to three points
Another hold over from last year s team was Tomms Coles He started the first two games at center and
then play ed the rest of the season at guard performing well at both positions
Because of the verw slight dlfference m 3bllltW between our first and second team centers Bruce Hawkes
and Norm Sleeps Oaklan thev staged a friendly battle for the coveted first team position Each plaved
verv well with honors about even
Ed GICCWICZ Fred Morlev Bob DHllCW and Jim Falrholm showed great promlse and much is expected
of these boys next vear
Ed Joyce a senior and the most quiet plas er on the team plaved a good defensive game
The squad men who showed promise and who will be with us next vear are hd Muto and Charles Staten
Our best game of the season was the game against our arch rival East The game was plaved on our home
court and when it ended Tech had won 40 31 knocking East out of the Yale Cup lead
Two of our play ers Rav Ham and Ed GICBWICZ received Honorable Mentlon on the Wews All H1 h Team
The team of 45 would like to thank Mr Kremer our coach whose untlrmg efforts and enthusiasm in
stllled ln us the ideals of good sportsmanship fair plax and lovaltw We all hope that he will remain on at
Tech as a full time teacher and coach and that ln the near future he will be able to bring the Yale Cup to
We would also like to thank Don Lannmg and Herb Joerger our manager and assistant mana er and all
the others who helped make this season exciting enjoy able and creditable
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Mr. Kreiner coached the team, Don Lanning was manager and Al Riedel and Ray Hain were the captains
The schedule was as follows:
Jan. 9 .......... . . .Tech vs Emmerson ..... .... 1 9-34
Jan. ..... . . .Tech Lafayette ....... .... 2 3-14-
Jan. ..... . . .Tech Seneca .......... . . ....22-31
Jan. ..... . . .Tech Grover Cleveland . . . . . . ..4-0-33
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Thomas Coles Ray Hain
Robert Dailey Bruce Hawkes
James Fairholm Edward Joyce
Edmond Gicewicz Richard McCarthy
Don Lanning, Mgr.
Norman Bacchetti Edwin Muto
Louis Chickos Armand Saiia
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Al Randaccio CU.S.N.J
Herbert ,Ioerger QAsst. Mgr
At the time this book went to press the schedule for the spring tennis competition had not been released
Entering its third wartime year, Techis Tennis Team will again be faced with many serious handicaps.
Because of the delayed opening of the high schools last fall. the regular elimination tournament and prac-
tice sessions were postponed until Spring. Then because of the existing wartime emergency, all nine matches
will be played on hard-surface courts.
llowever. prospects for the l945 season are unusually bright. The nucleus of this year's team will be formed
by the three returning lettermen. Robert Zinter. Edward Ahrens and Harold Becker. This trio will be ably
supported by promising material. These prospective candidates are. Irwin Greene. Arthur Schulz, Richard
Krcntz and other enthusiastic players. We hope that those players who wear the Tech uniform for the first
time. will do their utmost' to uphold the traditions of Technical lligh School on the tennis court.
The end of last year's tennis season found Tech in second place among the ten participating secondary
schools. This record is a credit not only to Mr. Braun, the capable coach and Clyde Kaminska, the earnest
manager, but to the persistent players who participated in the season's matches. Many of the matches
played last year will remain in the minds of thc players for many years to come. Among these was the match
in which Tech defeated East, defending champions, after a three year reign as tennis champs. One of the
players of last year, Kenneth Reitmeier, lost but one match throughout the entire season. We regret that he
will not be able to return to this year's team.
We are proud to acknowledge that the teamis members not only distinguish themselves on the court,
but take a prominent position in scholastic standings. Many of the players take an active part in extra-cur-
rieular activities, while some are members of the color uard, the Tech Hi-Y and other worthy organizations.
As in most other sports, the tennis team has lost vaiiable material to the armed forces. We send our best
wishes to the former members ofthe Tech tennis teams who are now playing a more serious game.
We wish the best of success to the team, hoping that they will once again bring into the possession of Tech-
nical lligh School the Old Park Club Trophy, symbolizing tennis superiority among the academic and tech-
nical high schools in the city.
This year's baseball team is high in its hopes of be-ing the team to win the Cornell Cup Championship.
Last year's team was almost entirely composed of juniors. most of whom are here this wear.
This year seven major lettermen are back in hopes of again wearing the maroon and white on the baseball
diamonds of the city. Those seven lettermen are, infielders, ,lack Vogt, Gerry Long, and Dick McCarthvg
outfielders, Chuck Hynes and Norm Oaklang pitcher, Hank Greeng and catcher. Bob Fairchild. Among those
squadmen of last year who show promise of making this year's first nine are Ed Gieewicz. John Roloff. lid
Joyce and Mike Marelli. With the addition of these men the team will be strengthened by Ray Hain and
a valuable pitcher and infielder.
Besides all these returning squadmen there were many boys who tried out for the te"am. The large number
of prospects shows that Tech students are sports minded and are eager to boost Tech teams to winning
aggregations. From these boys, our coach Mr. Haas hopes to be able to find some newcomers who will
either play the first nine or substitute for them.
W'ith his coaching and the team's own ability. we hope to have a winning ball club.
The schedule follows:
Teclmical vs. Kensington May 4 Houghton No. 1
Technical vs. South Park May 8 Cazenovia No. 2
Technical vs. East May 11 Houghton No. 1
Technical vs Bennett May 15 Houghton No. 1
Technical vs Seneca May 18 Delaware No. 1
Technical vs. Burgard May 22 Houghton No. 1
The Tech Cross Country Team of 1944-45 competed with ten of the fastest teams in the city and though
they were handicapped by a short training period, they still proved their ability by placing fourth in the All
Academic Cross Country Championship Run at Delaware Park, with a low score of 131. This outstanding
team was coached by Mr. Gottsch and managed by Raymond Biniszkiewiczg the captain was Alfred Tvm
'These are the young men who proved their ability when running against heavy competition
HAROLD EMMERSON 14
ANTHONY DIAMOND 25
ROBERT ADAMS 26
DOUGLAS BISSONTZ 30
NICHOLAS GROSZOS 36
The following won their letters:
1. Robert Adams 1
2. Douglas Bissontz 2
3. Raymond Biniszkiewicz, Mgr. 3
4. Anthony Diamond 4
5. 11arold Emmerson 5
6. James Finley 6
7. Nicholas Groszos 7
8. Charles Jamison 8
9. Don Kuhn 9
10. Alfred Tymczyszym 10
. Richard Berkhoudt
. Nelson Birtsch
. Thomas Bristow
. Robert Coe
. Robert Coles
. Richard Dowrieswu
. Earl McCready '
. Thomas Nigrilli
. Harold Polakov
. Louis Pozarny
. George Sylves
. John Wirges
Last year's track team was made up almost entirely of Sophomores and Juniors, so big things are expected
of the coming years' teams.
There are ma'0r lettermen returnin in nine of the eleven events so, in all. there are twelve lettermen to
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We all wish them luck and hope that will bring the Scalp and Blade Trophy to the showcase in the main
corridor of Tech.
We are pinning our hopes on the following boys:
William Murphy 100 yds. Frank Krenn 200 L.H.
William Murphy 220 yds. Orrin Page P. V.
Theodore Edwards 440 yds. Thomas Coles H. J.
Nicholas Croszos 880 yds. Daniel Krezinski H. J.
Bernard Saltzman S. P.
880 yd. Relay-Bruce Hawkes, Peter Scattolini, Robert Parkinson and Robert Bogumil.
The schedule was as follows:
May 3 Kensington and Tech
May 10 Masten and Tech
May 17 Riverside, Hutchinson and Tech
May 24 All High Meet
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The followmg Sons of Tech deserwe specnal recogmtlon for thelr earnest work ln the securing
of advertisements for the 1945 Techtoman Year Book These woung men have contrlbuted greatly
to the outstanding success of the adv CI'1lQll"lg sectxon of thls sear s publlcatlon
Chaxrman MARIO D1 QL1110 108
Vlce Chalrman LDV1 ARD C ABRAMS 310
Ass t Vue Chalrman 1 1 I SV ORTH D WH1T1N EY 107
R C 01 Rosenthal Jerome
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Polakov Harold NI
Rlsman Robert S
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NATIGNAI. CASKET CO INC
430 Y lrgmla Street
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SWAN PRINTING 81
STATIONERY C0 NC
45 Swan St
Stationery Prmtmg Office Furniture
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Radno Equipment Corp
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Phone WA 1310 and 1311
Monaco s Groceries
Fresh Fruits 8- Wegetables at all Times
1216 Lovfjnv Phone TA 5326
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Flowers for fill Occasions CI-'eveland 3714
Forest Dale Pmiff-r Qc-rvu-e Fngmeer
Phone Rlverslde 0185
qtork and Branvh Ofhcr I arkm W arehnuse
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Phone CLeveland 8525 Rotary Public COMPIWIBIIUS
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Steamship Tickets Insuranr-e
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Shoe s and Rldmg Boot Wade to Order Spf-1 nal Attentmn to Urthopedlc Wfor
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98 112 I eshe St BUFFALO IN Y
Peppeg-day 5 Food Grofke s Food Markei'
Pho e PA 9691
Beer Cold C tts Meats Grocer s
2035 F111 ore Ave BLFFALO W Y
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Buffalos smartest small shop for dlsuncuve
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Hours 11 a m to 8 p m dally
262 Bryant St at Elmwood
B Brady Lumber Corp
Sash Lath Doors Lumber Shlngles Walltlles
Wallboards lnterlor Tram fombmatmn Doors
Glass Pamts Screens Ronfings Storm Sash
Roof Coatings Iawn Furniture Medlcme
Cabmets Builders Hardware Sectional Kitchen
14091417 Seneca Street BUFFALO IN Y
WARD S SHOE STORE
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Shoes for the Enure I amrly
1199 GFBESEE ST
R C NEAL COMPANY INC
76 78 Pearl Street f loveland lll0 Buffalo New York
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W lre and Screw Nlachme Products Production Tools Vlachlnerw
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256 M AIN ST.
BUFFAI0 2 N Y Phntographir' Goods - Developing
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407 Huntington Awe BL FI' AI O 'N Y
Phone PArks1de 8421
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114 Heath St
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LUMEN R HAWS CO
609 R001 Bldg I Xl I 'N 86 V f hlppc ws 1 Sl
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1221- 1101101 Xu'
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LOOMIS OFFERS 81 LOOMIS
1820 Seneca Street
P u n eral D1 rvrlors
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WILLIAM T BUTLER
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3 flushing Place! BLFI' AIO 20 N Y
LYDIA S BEAUTY SHOP
Indnndual Hair Slylmg
196 1 old Qt
'Wear Iovejoy Street
Permanents Manu' lxrl ng Famals
Appomlments TA 0197
Prrsh Hakrd 1 oods He-f-r and fold I nts
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Charm Beaufy Shoppe
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Frank G Rochesler T 5U"'v-an 8' C0 ' Inc
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lumber W 001114 ark Hullrllng Materials
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2732 Bailey Avenue PA 8233
F J OFFERMAN MASCOT MOTORS
Service Repaxrmg Overhaulmg Tires
Adverusmg thru 4rlvertlses
Pxcluslve Ime of Calendars Gas Towulg 011
fnmmermal and f atalng Printing 1 sed Cars Bdught and gold
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099 301 3,03 hun HUFFAI 0 N 110 Broadw ay at Flm St Buffalo 1N 1
MRS KATHERINE SCHLIA
Beer Lold xuta food Qtuffs
Cigars 8. '1 obacco
543 East 1N0rtl1 St Phone Ll 9861
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DON F. JOHNSON 81 COMPANY, INC.
50 PIEARI. STRIALICT BUFFALO, X. Y.
TECH SR HIY
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551 Smith Street W Ashlngton 2787
H Rnaln 2' QOHS HANS UN:-RIED
Da Photo Supplies
71 L fenesee St BUFFALO
169 Hollyw md Ave P A10 N
E A HACKER CO
Manufacturers of Steel Stamps hmhossmg Dues Brass Stenctls Rubber Stamps
HAND and MACHINE EINGRAW IING
On Steel Braaa Baltehte and Alummum Plates Atrcraft Parts Etc
2086 Seneca Street BUFFALO 10 N
P6+I"ICk J Donovan
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CONTR Af TORS
2189 Senera Sl 1-68 U hott R lad phone LI 8887
46 Abbot! Road 2011 Snth lark Ave Fstlmaten btven n Old and New Work
BLFFAL0 NEW YORK 273F Utica St Buffalo N Y
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Shoe Service of all Types - Arch Support
Nicholas Fabozzi Jr. Prop.
530 West Luca Street Buffalo New York
Funeral Designs Cut Flowers Potted Plants
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Pine Ridge Floral Shop
A. E. Schnobrick J. M. Schnobrick
Landscaping Bridal Bouquets and Decorations
TA 1541 Pine Ridge Rd at Genesee St
GALVIN MACHINERY SALES
Produ: tion Lonsultants
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15015 MAIN STRIMPI PMOS
Selling Machinery and Accessories Since 1919
PHILIP 8. SON CJSCAR S WITTE
Men 9 and Boys C lothlng
Furnishings and Shoes
116 FR MNT ST
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VlI'o Marmacclo Agency
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foreign Remitlances and llornestlc 'Honey
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Phone f lex eland 3355
292 Swan Street Buffalo N Y
Mo+I'1ers Home Bakery
643 WIIIIAWI ST
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