The Gunnery School - Red and Gray Yearbook (Washington, CT)

 - Class of 1955

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Q X- ajax, ,. 12 f' .7 an 1 ww .14 w - -, . x - lv-mi, ...-,.-. 1 xg.. ., ,. N ' 4 , ,g5,,q, . , 1 P . . -. pisi' ,. ' "f l Q1 ' 35. , Qi: L . , . ... g, 1 .,,. ,. , ' .- A. Y' - f 131 ,...--,....f.l:...l... .A V K q' V vf-1:1 . . 'f""', ,Aw ' .. , iw- "- 'I . , . AJ 'N , '. lr! 'R A N. y, . . N Y" xx R - .I .'Q'jQg?'gi- , . W. lggrbig. M I .. X QH1: P' . ,wif-, H- ul ' . A fi .5-fftl' . , .' ' ,.....-,,. -X J K. .. v r ff.-DkflK1?'4' ,L 1 ."V. 2 :mf- . 4 . , - i.l'..jjIl,11,'f in .. V: FWEF -my, , , , xml' J N., .kfl,J,,.,,h I . W E 9 Q . -,Pu-1-Que, f. Q A ,,-f. THE RED AND GRAY Volume XXIX Publlshed By The Senlor Class Of T H E G U N N E R Y WashIng,ton ConnectIcut NIneteen Hundred and FIfty FIVC JOSLPH A IWASTERBONL JR DD Ein WILLIAM BAILEY Fa Ilzy Ariz I . 7 . 5 I F f . '- T, ., 'U .... 'f ' or ROBERT DAY ...........,.......... Family Advifor ' fl fi or EEF B0NU5'5EMPER'DlSCi'ULu- S I ,,, ff ' -1 W1 1 ll! ."'. ,,:hV u "IUC--mann-,..-,,,, Fou IT IS WITH PRIDE THAT WE DEDI 333 WWW ef gf-Y HENRY BRINSMADE VAN SINDEREN, '07 A 555 , 1 Y' -lflibvzfv if, I . , i . . 1 51 f S' Lrkylxr .fe .I 3 '-" ,Q 4' , , M V , . , - Z? 'l'4ffgH,'W If-as fl , if -sob , I XJ wx 6 f 5 I: N T CATE OUR YEARBOOK The quwlrtles of tenrtcrty w1ll to succeed personal tntebrlty unsclllshncss 1nd good wlll to all men redds the st1pulat1on of the Second Mrle scholarshlp A no more fifflilg dcscrrptron could be found for Mr Henry B Van Srnderen who has Just retrred from the post of Presrdent of the Bmrd of Trustees whrch he hrs held for thrrty two yelrs Durrng thus trme un d1V1LlCLl .lttentlon 1nd unfulrng support hue been a therefore vs 1th deepest grfltxtude thrt the Senxor C1155 of 1935 dedrcdtes thrs our Yearbook toyou Mr Van Srnderen And rlthougnh we the Senror Class pass on from The Cunnery to pursue 1 mdcr incl more dn ersrfied Held of xctrvrttcs uc smccrcly hope thlt your he lrty guffaw xx 1ll contmue to rung, throughout The Gunnery Campus for m rny 1 yur to comtl fue H " 4 D L I 1 ' 5 ' v ' rv A ' 1 L r ' ,H-so . y A . . l . prime cause in the solid growth of the Gunnery. It is, f , - y ' , ' I I v X a Y a ' 1 Y ' ' 3 3 I L 'A " l V V I L ' V A' . 'A ' " ' ' L 1 p. , . I Sd -if -Ji J, o ,- 'Ns "lil Han lon 'lou uno OGDEN DAYTON MILLER Headmaster Yale Ph B M A THE The Class of 1955 whose members now ,om the ranks of alumnr who have gone forth from thrs School for one hundred and live years marks the tenth group wrth whrch I have lrved and laboured and laughed I shall mlss all of you I shall ap precxate always what each of you has added of good to the bchool And I shall watch wrth affecuonate concern your progress rn all the days that shall be grven us to know each other May God walk wrth you and be good to you! J- '--.,. K., Front row, left to right: Miss Turner, Mr. Sexton, Mr. Golembeske, Mr. Gray, Mr. Beebe, Mr. Ander- son, Mr. Miller, Mr. Buxton, Mr. Coit, Mr. Raymond, Mr. Post, Mr. Townsend, Mrs. Townsend Mrs. Fenn. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Leeper, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. Sopher, Mr Humphreys, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Willcox, Mr. Whittall, Mr. Treat, Mr. Day, Mrs. Carter, Mr. Carter Mrs. Titus, Miss Kearney, Miss Eipper. D STAFF v THE FACULTY f M ',f, Aw yxyuj. 9'O'Q AWA lllll lllll lllll lllll I Ill! lllll llll P? 9 V-aj.. s -va- , W I' 4 45 . t ,g,.,.+ . -up .A -iff A w,, N, If. 2 In ,4"ll5q . - t 'IQ' Q Islgrtftlff, I 4 A' f f an 3 ,X M, ,, Q .nb-Il, 'AI Ten was -S GRAHAM ANDERSON YALE BA OXFORD Auzrtant H ead mafter DIrector of Stuches Instructor ID HISIOIY Algebra and SocIal Scrence Chznrman f Groupmg Commlttee Coach of unxor Varstty Baseball and Jumor Varsnty Football House master of G1bSOH -ai WILLIAM NAIRNE BAILEY g bv F WILLIAM AND MARY BS MA RODERICK BEEBE JR PRINCETON YALE BA Instructor In Mathemaucs and Geology Faculty AdvIsor to Red and Gray AssIstant Insffuqtof In Mathgmatlcs and Phy51C5 D1 Coach of Third Football Coach of Thlfd B856 rector of AthletIcs Coach of VarsIty Football ball Housemasrer lfl Wh1fIl6SfY Basketball and Crew I u - hg 77 'ii' ' . I f , . . . . , . . , 7 . . , . 0 . . , J . , . I -j I A 'Y 5 I, A It If ififQQfQ,2,f2,f ll 3 1 , r Y. " - ff 4,-1 if ff, , - -, I - Y ' I l , . . 9 f . . . 7 .' . , - g . Y . , y . 3 'ff' ,sian ,,, if i 5 ig LDWARD GRAY BUXTON BowDo1N AB Instructor rn Latrn Co Ich of VTISIIY Baseball ty Chest Actrvxtlcs Housemlster of Memoual 186 'Wai SAMUEL P W CARTER YALL BA MA Instructor ln Englrsh and Latm Drrector of the Glee Club Supervrsor of the Shop Advxsor to the Ten Tones Coach of Varslty Tennis As srstant Coach of Thrrd Football Housemaster 1n Brmsmade 'S' CHARLES ARMISTEAD COIT YALE BA MIDDLEBURY MA Qs REV JOHN S CUTHBERT Instructor rn Splnlsh and French Faculty BROWN AB Aclxrsor to the Ctmcrl Club md the Press Club YALE STB Lxtcutuc Sccrttrry of The Second Century Ofhce Housemastcr rn Gxbson School Chaplam and Faculty AdV1SOI' to The Gunn Assoclatron Eleven A1 'V K 'f 'ir Z, ' I ' . ., V ' A 1 'fx A xy, -'V It as ' , 'V L Q X 3 'T A L - A P I - , 1 Y.. t I V , . . 7, . ., . . junior Varsity Basketball, Director of Communi- , ' , A ' ' " ' 1 , 1 ' . , . ' ' ' , - . Cx a i . I Q, 4 , . . , . . 1 I L H ' ' L , . . ' ' ' I A1 a , , . . . , , . A ' ' l I , , x -av' it ima ROBERT CHARLES DAY UNIVERSITY OF DELEWARE AB OXFORD FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR 1955 56 Instructor In EnglIsh Faculty Advnsor to The Gunnery N ew: and The Red and Gray AssIstant Supervlsor of Dramattcs Club Supervrsor of Muslc Club Housemastet In Gunn hi if Q 5-i i' ANTHONY GOLEMBESKE MIDDLEBURY BA Instructor In Chemrstry and Englrsh DIrectot of Work Program Faculty Advnsor to Golf Team Head Coach of Varsxty Hockey Asslstant Coach of Varsxty Football Housemaster In The Cottage DALTON KNIGHT GRAY T F MICHAEL FAIRFIELD HUMPHREYS PMNCETON BS RUTGERS BA Instructor In French and Spamsh Asststant Coach of Vats1ty TennIs Twelve Busmess Manager and a Instructor In Mathe matlcs 'ia' 'V U 5 , an Q l Q ' I 52 H" Z5 . 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IN-.ey ya. fe QF 'sf' 5 DAVID OLIVER RAYMOND WILLIAMS, B.A. HARLIN ALBERT SEXTON Instructor in Biology and Mathematics, Di- HARVARD, BA' rector of School Athletic Store, Faculty Advisor to the Dramatics Club, Coach of Junior Varsit Hockey, Housemaster in the Infirmary. SPRINGFIELD Y ..., Instructor in Corrective Reading, Associate Director of Admissions and Assistant Coach of Varsity Baseball, Housemaster in Whittlesey. Thirteen 1595 N.. A I - X . s In . at I , Tia. l 3 t EDWARD COOKE WILLCOX PRINCETON, B.S. Instructor in Mathematics, Coach of Varsi Soccer, Assistant Coach of Hockey and Crew Housemaster in Hurlburt. Fourteen X, MARGARET VEST TITUS ART MA JOR, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE ART ACADEMY OF CINCINNATI YALE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS Instructress in Fine Arts, Mechanical and Freehand Drawing. ,ar-6' lb ROBERT SHERMAN TREAT AMHERST, B.A. UNION TIHIEOLOGICAL SEMINARY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY YY . . . . . Instructor IU History, Director of AdmIssIons, ' Supervisor of Current Affairs Club, Housemas- ter in Gunn. QVMY' MR AND MRS INGERSOLL D TOWNSEND The Senior Class extends to Mr and Mrs Ingersoll D Townsend Its most grateful thanks for their untrring efforts In behalf of all students at The Gunnery Through their unselfish devotion they have made a vast contribution to the school through their construc tive management of the library and their excellent teaching of effective speaking Along with these immeasurable maternal contributions they also lent to The Gunnery campus their warm and cheerful spirits We thank them heartily for their work May their days of retirement be as happy as our dIys here have been made for us by them GUY HERBERT WHITTALL CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY BA MA Instructor IH French and Spanish Supervisor of the Rifle Club and French Club Assistant Coach of Soccer and Tennis Housemaster of I Hurlburt. 1 Q ,ff I T -fl '51, , f, ....4.., ,, l,Q. Fifteen Sixteen IORS Q, , ,., 1 ti -'sf 'YN Wt 40' I KENNETH K1 N Entered 1951 Student Count ll Athlerxc Councnl Gunnery Near Current Affarrs Club Glee Club Gunn ASSOCIHIIKJH JV Football Varslty Football JV Hockey Varsnty Hockey JV Baseball Golf Eighteen -25 MCLI NNLN ADAMS Crc1tNcck 1 l Bkoxx 5 Prefect Prcsldent 5 Board Prcsudtnt Prcsldenr Boardl 7 5 7 7 Captaln N X Z DAVID JOHN SC "ScHAF13" Entered 1951 Student Council .... Gunn Assocmtnon Sfray Shot Board Second Century Commntree JV Football Varsuy Football JV Basketball Varslty Basketball JV Baseball VWISIIY Baseball Go HAFER Madison, Conn. U, or PENN . 5 Presidenr4 Presldent 4 1 '. ' .... 5, ' 1 ......... 5,4 ' .... 2,5,4 ' ......... 5,4 . . . . . . . . . 1,2 ' I ...4... 5,4 . . . . . . . . . 1,2 . ' ..,.,... 5 lf ........... 4 " ..,...... ,, ' 4 Q ' ' .....,... V 1 Dramatics Club ........... 4 ' ......,,.. ,, 4 ' ..... l. 2,5, V A 4 . . . . . . . , .2,3, V 4 I A ' ' .,..... ,,,,,4 ' ...,....... 2,5,4 ' .4.,,... -,f, ' ' 4 JOSEPH ANDREW MASTERBONE JR ANDY Entcred anuary 1957 Student Councll Red and Gmg Board Gunn ASSOCIIIIOI1 Board Dance Commlttee Gumzerg Neuy Board Second Century Commnttee Current Af?-dlfS Club Alumnl News Botrd Camera Club Glee Club JV Football V1rs1ty Footb 1ll JV Hockey Varslty Hockey JV Baseball Go f JOHN WOOLSEY FLAB MAC Entered 1951 Student Councxl Gunn Assocntlon Dance Commlttec Second Century Commlttee Dramatncs Club Library Commxttte Rlfle Club JV Football Varsxty Footbtll V Crew Vnrsnty Crew .Q '3'q- l bf Brlstol Conn U S N A Prefect 4 Ed1tor f ING' 7 Board 4 7 Chalrman 9 4 Captatn 5 Captaln 1 Mt KERNON JR Sallsbury Conn Work 3 Prefect! 7 9 4 DWIGHT DANIELL MILLER CHIP Entered 1951 Student Councll ltczl and Gr ay Dance Commnttee Athleuc Councxl Second Century Comrmttee Glee Club Commumty Chest Gunn Assocmtxon Gumzcry Nczcx Stxff Thlrd Team Footbtll JV Football Vars1ty Footb1ll JV Hockey Varstty Hockey V1rs1ty Tennns JV Baseball Varsxty Baseball Washington Conn YALL Prefect 4 Board f 5 Chalrman 4 Secretary 4 Board 2 3 9 Captamf 3 Captain 2 3 1 Nmeieen ' K ......... ' 1 Y...,.W 'A' . .,....... 4 'A ' ' ........... 4 ' ........ 5,4 f' .......... 5 ' 2 .......... 5 . . . . . . . ..., t' t 7, . . . . . . . . . . . . ..2,3 1 ' 1 ............ 4 ' ............ 5,4 l .........,,.... 4 . 6' f . . . . . . . . 1 A 'L' ........., ...,7, I . ' ' .......... 4 7 ' .....,. 5,4 7 ....,...,.. 2,4 ' 'Q .......... 5 ' ..... ....... 5 . ' L ........... 2,5,4 J .......,..... 1 A ' .........,,. 2,5,4 .. ,. K -7 , b l If 5' 1 ....,...... l gy ' 'D I ...... . , ' Q f ' ...... 4 ' 7 ......... 5,4 ........ , ,4 I ' " 1 ........ 1,2,5,4 ' 1 .,...... 1 ' ........... 2 ' 1 ......... ',' ' 4 ' K .......... 2, ,4 1 ' ' .......... 1 ' ' .......... ,Q JON FARQUHAR ANDERSON "ANDY" Mt. Carmel, Conn. Entered 1953 Current Affairs Club . . Glee Club . . . Dramatics Club . French Club . . Varsity Soccer . . Varsity Hockey . JV Baseball . . . BOWDOIN 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Music Club .... . . President4 Dramatics Club .... .... 4 Current Affairs Club . . . . . 4 Gunnery New: Staff . . . . 3,4 Ten Tones . . . . . 3,4 Glee Club . . . . 3,4 Vesper Choir . . . . 3,4 Soccer .... . . 3,4 JV Hockey . . . . 3 Varsity Hockey . . . 4 Tennis Manager . . 4 3-46' V- fl ALAN LIND BAIN "AL" Hertfordshire, England International Schoolboy Fellow Cum Laude Entered 1955 British Army Internatxonal Schoolboy Fellow Student Councnl Second Century Commlttee Camera Club Red and Gray Staff Phrlosophy Club Gunnery Near Lrbrary Commlttee Stray Shot Current Aflanrs Club Dramatrcs Club Press Club Vesper Choir Commencement Cholr Glee Club JV Football Varsnty Soccer Th1rd Basketball JV Hockey Thrrd Baseball JV Baseball Tennls Second Century Commlttee Cho1r Gunnery Near Staff Glee Club 3 Ed1tor4 5 Chalrman 4 Board 5 2 5 4 his 0' DAVID PHILLIPS BANCROFT BAMBI Greenwrch Conn Entered 1951 SWARTHMORE 254 234 124 Press Club 1 2 Cha1rman5 Commencement Cho1r 2 Varsrty Soccer Thrrcl Basketball JV Basketball Varsxty Basketball Thnrd Baseball JV Baseball V3fSlfy Baseball Assrstant Manager 4 av- HARVEY BUCHANAN CHESS, Ill I5 A ilbf' ROBERT BREWSTER CHATFIELD CHAT Woodbrrdge Conn Entered 1951 DEPAUW Glee Club Trme Current Ev JV Football Varsrty Football Third Basketball JV Basketball Thlrd Baseball JV Baseball "HARV" Washtngton, Conn Entered 1951 MIDDLEBURY ents Pr1ze 7 3 4 Twenty one . 4 'Q ' ....... 4 .,,',f ' .......... 4 'K' ' ' ......... ,l ' ' ..ffQfiffI,2I5 ' ............ 1,2 ' ........ 1,2,3 ' ........... 2,3,4 ' .......... 1,2 ' ........... 1 ' .............. 4 ,. ,, . Current Affairs Club .U ........ 52 7 .1 "1'ti1:i3311i" 'M' ' ........... 5,4 ' ........... 1,2 ' .......... 4 ' ........... 1,2 45.5 iii. , ............. 2,3 ' ' ........ 2 ' ........... 3,4 ' ........... 1,2 ' ............ 1 K CHARLES HAYES CROSBY CHUCKLES New York N Y Entered 1953 COLBY ,353 JOHN FRANCIS DILLON ACK Rrdgewoocl N J Entered 1955 COLGATE Rad and Gray Bolrd Current AHHIFS Club G1l727ZCVy Newf Board Gunnery Nczw Staff Dramatlcs Club Camera Club JV Soccer Varsxty Soccer JV Basketball Varslty Basketball Tennis Dmmaucs Club Ten Tones Varslty Football JV Basketball Varsrty Basketball Vars1ty Baseball Varsity Soccer 2 5 4 Thlrd Basketb 1ll Crew 1 7 Manager 3 Manager 4 Captam 3 if ROBERT MCKAY EBERS Entered 1951 GENERAL MoToRs INST Q 1 1 .......... 4 5 fv' ' .......... 4 1 .......... 4 3 I 1' . .,........ 3 XE: - ............ 3,4 . ............ 3 . ' ............ 4 ' .... , . 4 rl 1 - , . ........... 4 G1eeClub ............. 3,4 1 I ..,.......... 3,4 . . . . . . . . . . ..3,4 ' fffQ1f1fQ..4 ' ............ 3,4 "J " ' , . . 'A f ,112 ' ' JfffQQ..,'2 ' .............,-,3,4 Tu enzy-:wo UBUTCHH Washington, Conn Second Century Committee. . . . 4 Varsity Football .... . . 4 JV Basketball ..... . . 4 Golf . . . . . 4 DONALD GRAHAM FOX "DON" Meriden, Conn. Entered 1955 YALE fii723X'4 .' 14 ANTHONY THISTLEWAITE FARAGHER "BExv1LDERED" Rochester, N. Y. Entered 1954 CORNELL Gunnery Newt ..... . 4 Second Century Committee . . . 4 Third Team Football . . . . . 3 JV Football ...... . . 3.4 JV Baseball .... . . 3,4 JV Hockey . . . 3 ,-.-11-1 nuns?" ROY RICHARDS GLASSBERG HGLASSYH Brooklyn, N. Y. Entered 1952 U. or VIRGINIA Red and Gray .... , . Current Affairs Club . . . . Stray Shot Board . . . . . French Club . . . . . . . Soccer .... .... Baseball. . . .Manager Music Club . . Board 4 Ten Tones . . . 3,4 Vesper Choir . . . 3, 4 Dramatics Club . . . 2 Glee Club .... , 2, 3,4 Current Affairs Club . 2, 3,4 Third Football . . . 2, 3 Third Baseball . . 2 Crew .... 3 Rifle Team . . 2,3 Tennis . . 4 A' . i t-if' g 9 A rn 'Lanz 'av 4 .. 4 4 4 4 JOSEPH HARTSHORNE UNO. I" Stoney Creek, Conn Entered 1954 M.I.T - . erik Glee Club . . Choir .,.. Vesper Accompanist-Trumpeter ...... JV Hockey . . Crew .... Soccer .... AthletIc Counc11 Llbrary SupervIsor Gunnery New! Glee Club Thlrd Football Varslty Soccer JV Basketball Varslty Basketball JV Baseball wdip' 3' Y-I JAMES WRIGHT JOHNSON JIM West Orange N J Entered 1951 HAMILTON 3 3,4 3,4 3,4 3,4 4 ,351 K4 PHILIP AUSTIN HOUCK PHIL Westneld N J Entered January 1954 HARVARD 2 3 CaptaIn4 WD LAWRENCE WILBERT HOYT JR LUSH Brookfield Conn Entered 1951 ROLLINS Gunn Assocnauon Board Student Councxl Current Affarrs Club Dramatncs Club Glee Club Affilxatxon Club Chou' Thlrd Football JV Football Varslty Football Thlrd Basketball JV Basketball Varsrty Basketball Crew 2 234 Tweniy Eve ' ' ........... 4 I ' ' .......... 3 ' ........... 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1, ,3 ' .......... 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, ,3 I ' ' .,.... . 4 W' 'W -" ' .......... 4 'I ,M 1 Dance Comrnittee ......... is ' ' ....... . . . 3 ' ' ......... . 1 ' ............. I, 5,4 ' .......... 2 ' .......... 4 ' .......... 2 ' ,,,...... 4 ,3-6' ROBERT LAWRENCE LEVINE BOB Waterbury Conn Entered 1952 U or PENN ,gill for EDWIN WARREN LEWIS JR WIRES Greenwrch Conn Entered 1955 YALE Student Councxl Stray Shot Red and Gray Staff Commencement Chonr Vesper Chorr Gunnery New! Athletrc Councrl DramatIcs Club Second Century Commrttee 2 Thnrd Football Varsrty Soccer 5 JV Basketball Varsrty Basketball 2 5 Captain Thrrd Baseball JV Baseball Golf Twenty :xx Student Councrl Red and Gray Staff Phllosophy Club Affilxatnon Club Stray Shot Gunnery New: Second Century Commrttee Current Affaxrs Club JV Football Thxrd Basketball Crew JV Tennrs Varsrty Soccer Gunnery New: Staff Camera Club Red and Gray Staff Dramatrcs Club Rnfle Club Crew JV Soccer 'jf' 5 5 Edrtor 4 5 Board 4 234 Presrdent 4 Manager 4 ROBERT BRUCE MORTELL MORT Farrlield Conn Entered 1950 U or VIRGINIA ' 'J 31" 'lr .jy ' .......... . 4 I ........,, 4 ' 'Q ' ' ........... 4 . .. .. .I .. .. . . . . . , ' ' ....... 5, 4 - ............ 3 f . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . ............. 2 l .........,.,, 5, 4 f' .......... 4 L , ............ 4 Philosophy Club ........... 4 . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 4 5 ' ............ 5, 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,4 ' .......... 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 gf' J a ' ..,..,... 5 I I ' ........ 5 l K 'X IV ' ........,.. 5, 4 . . . . . . . . . . 5, 4 ' ' .......... 5, 4 ' .......... 2, 4 ' ...... 1, , 5, 4 ' .......... 1 ' ........... 2, , 4 ' ......., , ' 4 ' ....,..... 1 Red and Gray ..... Dramatics Club ..... Second Century Committee . . Arts and Crafts Prize . . . Third Football ..... JV Soccer ....... Varsity Football Manager . Varsity Hockey Manager . . Crew ....... JV Baseball .... Golf . . . JOHN WINGER NORSVUORTHY "XK-l20" New Rochelle, N. Y. Entered january 1954 BROW N ffm! I. Board4 , 'lei 'S 1 . 3,4 f , . 3,4 ...si . 3 . 1 . 2 . 3,4 . 3,4 . 1 . 3 . 4 ROBERT HAMMOND NEWELL "BOB" Wfoodbury, Conn. Entered 1951 U. OF BRIDGEPORT Glee Club ..... . 3 Third Baseball .... . 3 Second Century Committee . . 4 Gunnery New! Staff . . . . . 3,4 Gunn Association . . ....... 3,4 Fourth Basketball . . ....... . 3 Crew ...... . . Assistant Manager 4 l 4:1 i GORDON BRUCE PORTER "MONK', Entered 1952 Dramatics Club Glee Club . . Third Football Varsity Soccer JV Hockey . Varsity Hockey . . Third Baseball JV Tennis . . Kensington, Conn. HAMILTON Gunnery N ew! Board . . Student Council . Second Century Committee . . Communit Chest Committee . . Stray Shot ,Staff . Gunn Association French Club . . Dramatics Club . Third Football . JV Football . . Varsity Football JV Hockey . . JV Tennis . . JV Baseball . . Varsity Baseball ,3 ,3 ,2 ,4 ,2 ,4 ,2 ,4 - Qu. l . 'J' ,U . 4 . 4 .3,4 .5,4 .3,4 . 3,4 .2,3 .2,3 . 2 . 3 . 4 2,5,4 . 2 . 3 . 4 r EDWIN BURNLEY POWELL, III "BURN" Woodbury, Conn Entered 1951 MIDDLEBURY .-...v' 's "W 53 Student Councrl Second Century Comrnrttee 2 5 Presldent 4 JV Football Varsrty Football Thrrd Basketball JV Basketball Varsrty Basketball JV Baseball 2 'S' SHFLDON HOWE SCHEPPACH SHEP Madison Conn Entered 1951 U OF PENN Red and Gray Board Gunnery N ew: Staff Current Affarrs Club Z, Glee Club French Club Chorr Dramatrcs Club Crew Art Club Second Century Commrttee WILLIAM ROWLAND SCHERMAN BILL Pelham Manor N Y -1' FHM Entered January 1954 STANFORD MH' Dramatxcs Club P' vb' Glee Club JV Football Varslty Football JV Hockey Crew Golf 4 RONALD CHARLES SI-IERRER JR MOOSE Garden City N Y Twenty mne Entered 1953 COLUMBIA S l ' .......... 4 . . . . . . . . . . . 1,2 "' ' .....,.... 3,4 ' .......... 1,2 ' .r....... 4 . . . . . . . . . . . 1, ,3,4 . . . . . , . . . . 4 , ,gf ' .......... 4 ' ............... 3,4 ' ............ 3 Varsity Soccer ...,........ 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,-4 ' ........ 4 l V ' 54 EF . . , .......... 3,4 Z s ' ............. 3 L ' ........... 4 J ............. 5 N ............... 3 11 ,.. Current Affairs Club Second Century Commrttee Dramatrcs Club Varslty Football JV Basketball Go COLIN EGGLESTON SMITH SMUTY Seattle Wash Entered 1954 YALE u. H' f' Current Affairs Club Vesper Choxr R1fle Club Varsnty Football Th1rd Basketball Varslty Crew 2 JV Hockey JAY NEIL THOMSON AY Pound Rtdge N Y Entered 1957 LEHIGH hi Musnc Club Board ,, Glee Club 4--w Current Affsurs Club Varsnty Football Varsrty Basketball Golf PETER WEISBERG Thmy PETE South Orange N J Entered 1954 LEHIGH K f 'N A' fa Q " ........... 4 4' ' ....... . .4 f . ' ............ 4 K . ' ............ 4 . ............. 4 lf ................ 4 A ' ......... 3,4 F, ' ............ 5,4 ' ............. 3 M JV Football ............ 2, 3 ' .......,... 4 ' ........... 2 ' .....,...... ,3,4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,4 ' ............ 4 1 'Q .U . , r,.... r... 4 1 Q ........... 4 ll" ' ............ 4 Current Affairs Club . . Choir ...... Glee Club .... Ten Tones . Varsity Soccer . Varsity Hockey . . Varsity Baseball . . ,S GILBERT RICHARD WILLIAMS UGILH Berlin, Conn. Entered 1952 BROWN 2 l ,3-G 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4-1' JAMES NIXON WILLCOX "JIM" Washington, Conn. Entered 1954 Student Council. . . Library Supervisor . . Current Affairs Club . Gunn Association . . French Club . . 4. Choir . . . Ten Tones. . Glee Club. . . JV Football . . Varsity Football. . JV Basketball . . . Varsity Basketball . . Varsity Baseball. . Cum Laude YALE 4 4 4 3,4 5,4 3,4 3,4 2, 3,4 2 5,4 2 3,4 2,3,4 ,Z THOMAS HENRY WOOD, JR. "WOODY" Tacoma, Wash. Entered 1952 BROWN Student Council ..... . 4 Dance Committee .... . 4 Second Century Committee . . . . 3,4 Glee Club ...... . 3,4 Ten Tones ...... . 3,4 Choir . . . . . 3,4 JV Football . . . 3 Varsity Football . . . . . 4 JV Basketball . . . . . . . 3 Varsity Basketball . . . . . . 4 Varsity Baseball . . . . 3, Captain4 . . 3, Board 4 . . 3, Board 4 . . 3, Board 4 Second Century Committee . . Gunn Association .... Current Affairs Club . . Gunnery Newt . . . . . 3,4 Vesper Choir . . . . . 3, 4 Glee Club . . . 4 Third Football . 2 JV Football . . . . . . 3 Varsity Football . . . . . . 4 JV Hockey . . . . 2,Captain 3 Varsity Hockey . . . . . 4 Varsity Crew . . . . 2, 3, 4 nuff ROBERT BUTLER WYCKOFF "BOB" Pleasantville, N. Y. Entered 1953 COLGATE CLASS PROPHECY Space Statron 69 June 11 2005 The Gunnery graduatxng class of the era of warfare and depresslon has gathered to commemorate the 50th annlversary of therr departure from the 1v1ed halls of old Gunnery The excrtement IS mtense and the xyographer recorded the followrng thoughts of the gathered alumnn Drrector of Chxld Welfare Jack McKernon mused contmually throughout the even mg over Number One s apponntment to the head of the Futuro and Hartshorne Engmeer mg Company Mr Hartshorne was accompamed by the Nobel wlnner Edward Lewls who IS presently workxng on a wrre filament for a drsmtegrator ray The Garland Globe Stoppers composed of Davrd Schafer Bob Morrell jack Dlllon Bob Wyckoff and G11 Wrllnams have just returned from an 1nterp1anetaty tour wrnnmg the trr umverse t1t1e Therr coach john Norsworthy was very happy w1th the teams record Alan Bam and Bob Lev1ne have just returned from a good w1ll tour of Saturn where they stralghtened out a mrsunderstandtng regardrng the Un1versal Dem1l1tar1zat1on Polxcy Had xt not been for the superior knowledge of therr pnlot Bob Chatfleld they would surely have been delayed rn the labyrmth of satellrtes surround1ng that planet Robert Ebers head consultant for Indrvlduals Incorporated and Rod Sherrer master of ceremonles on If You Lrke It Is Is All Wrong By Me arrrved a lrttle late rn thexr 2005 Sky Heap The model was deslgned by the two men Don Fox and Bob Newell who look forward w1th the future rn m1nd Dwrght Mtller Captatn of the Western Stratosphere Chug a lug team ns scheduled next week to meet the Scheppach Unsatnates joe Masterbone s thoughts tell a story of hrs meetmg Colm Smtth rn the mterplanetary court for lorterrng between planets Bruce Porter the dapper dan of the class has just made the headlmes by marrylng hrs daughter to the atomrc orl magnate Dave Bancroft Bruce had had hopes that she would marry that Latrn charmer Ken Adams but Ken had other 1deas JIITI Johnson served coffee at the affarr Tony Faragher came to the reunron after a very del1cate operatron performed by the emrnent bram surgeon Chuck Crosby Burnley Powell and Harvey Chess brought the patrent mto the operatrng room Among those absent Larry Hoyt asked to be excused srnce his planetord hopper was 1n reparr Roy Glassberg and jxm Wrllcox had to sell hot dogs at the Yale Harvard Game jon Anderson and Pete Wensberg are attendmg a meetxng of Appreclatron of Muslc rn thrs World and the Next and the four remammg members of the 1955 Class jay Thomson Tom Wood B111 Scherman and Ph1l Houck are raclng agamst the Marshran Strokettes Thrrl y tb ree a a 4 . y 1 ' ' - H . 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O O CB O0 UO il.- FWTWWM MEMORIAL JUNIORS CLASS or 1956 Martrn Abel Nathan1elP Baldwm Rrchard D Baldwrn Bla1rW Beach Thomas H Becker PaulM Belfantr Geoffrey N Brown Davld K Case Edwnnj Chambers james F Conley Jr Wrlham D Crow IIVlHgM Day III Chrrsnan de Gurgne IV Robert L Felhenm jamesj Foster john A Freeman Wrlham P Frredherm Curt1sC Gary jr Lee F Greene M1chaelGrentha1 john L Gr1ggs,II Thomas M Hanan Dennrs L Harmon Rrchard H Hess Warren S Howes Peter D Hug ThomasM jones Edward A Krersel Donald W Leahy Gerald B LeVasseur M1chaelT MacCarthy HaroldW Martrn II Dean W Matthews johnB Merrrll jr FrankR Mxllrken Jr Burrows Morley jr Davrdj Nashel Sllpachar Rakdham Phrlrp Ruxton Mark A Segal Edward V S1lver,III Wrllram W Smxth Norman S Stern Lawrence A Stone Rnchard N Tager Thzrly Jeven -..C K , . ,. ' 'lK"5iqJi5'3- A ' ' 'V - P V. L K, . ., 5 ' A ' -. - J. . , Jr. . , . . , . , . , . 7 ' Y ' ' s . , . . f aug-, X9 filg- gi' Q lg IfJ1r'54 4 1 .- A -4 ,- ,.. -... .D ,C -..... 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I Jig' L' -" '-1 'L X- f x ' A A I - -ig ,f'S5l 'f f v.' V, m 5 4 . ' 1-144: . g,,,,,N Q , ,' K '- V ' E ' vid-1 , - v..-L. 'n K M Q5 . , 1 HL , A X. , V 1- imdb 1 , M - K JZ? .L , ,gg V: T 5' ENB: v t ,f ' wi: . ' " ' F .Tr ' ' ' 1 4 5 ., uw , - .1 w.. ,C 3 1 ' ' 2.22: ,, . 1' 'fi lq C-X ' ' QQJ5: ' .!.'.'I5-v ' V CJ,-13 -1,- 1 ' -3-4-r-,,: 4 b f b it 1 . - ' Sci: z. el - K- r -. ' ,2'f:x , . . : zu . . -, . .xi ,, x EL-:Lt - A , 5' .-.5 5 ' -' . C.:':i ' :' CE-2.5 , 24-w..Z . , .5 iq 4 H, 1 , . . Q4-ifv O48- HURLBURT SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 1957 George S Beckwith Theodore M Belfanti Robert Bllnder Donald A Bristoll Jr John G Brodie W Cotton Damon Charles C Edgar joel C Farlow James R. Fuller S. Benton Hagyard Gordon W. Hall Christopher K. Hart Richard H. Hart, II John R. Herzig john K. Hillman Norman P. Hines Ralph W. Hughes, jr. Robert P. johnson Robert S. Katz Anthony I.. Keating D. Gilbert Lehrman M. David Lindsay Ronald E. Lipetz joseph E Lowes III William H Maxwell joseph K McCammon Frederic N Melius III Eugene F Miller jr Davidj Moore Charlesj Mozzochi Dennis M Murphy Michael D. Nair Richard W. Norsworthy David E. Oberweiser C. Thomas O'Connell, Jr. Michael A. Paiewonsky Charles M. Perkins, jr. Barry S. Protage jack A. Puzinsky Henry P. Rankin, III Michael F. Schereschewsky William H. Shure Charles F. Smith Peter H. Smith William N. Smyth William D. Stocssel David D. Turnbull Thirty-nine :QQ -'av-ff' ' n ma. Forly -.... L- Q.. .D silt,-in WHITTLESEY FRESHMEN CLASS OF 1958 joseph A. Altieri, jr. William P. Ballantine Walter A. Bellemore A. Bruce Best Jonathan C. Colman Michael H. Diem Richard C. Dils Robin G. Dodsworth C jonesl William G. Ellis Peter J. Emerson David G. Gaze Michael H. Helm Anthony S. Hulme William T. Jones, III J. Roderick Keating William D. Lackey john M. Lashar, jr. Franklin L Machover R. Michael McCollom james F. McKernon Albert F. Milton Walter J. Schilo john H. 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WN Front row, left to nght Levme, Bancroft Porter Back row left to rlght Crosby Masterbone, Adams ' v v was ' , 1 if W- en., Ig 1, i O mfs' ff. 37.1 2' -he ', tj X 1 ' 4.121 4' 4 , vu, K 1 4 -w,.:n1 f 'T Q' fl' 4 'Q ' ' -me V 1-4 . ff E4 , 5 V11 . YY yfvi.. A- K , x :" - ,rig , , 4 ' ,Jjw.m" :Y ':'.v -.a'f"ufx1x XA 1 '.b'f.' 'J . J., ,A . t 1 ,Etsy 7' K i "1 ,J-1 ,. ,Q , . si ., .K 'f. '- Q, ,xr - k.k.'1,,. - 5 , 1 '. "4 i A 2-1:1 s. ' 9 4 , A N f--.I . L4 "fs.N4i" 4 'v -, ,. ,. 'QPQQILM Q.. 1 I S ' -L. ii , J W ""'-1-, 4. ji eb 1, g Q ' 111111 -x..,, X I ,f yo. ,lm- V .f-'ali " . . , ,-.V tv N . ' tin -s fx STRAY SHOT BOARD Left to rnght Hartshorne Schafer Levme Morrell Fifty one 1 , ,.-...,.., .. V, I , , , - 1 XV' STUDENT COUNCIL Front row left to right Levine Williams G Miller D McKernon I W Schafer Adams Master bone Porter Wcykoff Back row left to right Merrill Scheppach Bancroft Morrell Johnson I Silxer Morley Conley Fifty-luv GUNN ASSOCIATION BOARD IIN First row, left to right: johnson, J., Wfood, Masterbone, Schafer, Miller, D., Adams, Leahy. Back row, left I0 flghfi Haff, C, Day, Hines, Silver, Greene, Stein, Conley, Perkins. "'i1,n-mg, Tas an -+- -.... C O F-L4 wx c ser Back Y b X CO W 55 CJ .G C x. IJ l-1 525 QE ggi .205 --III O . I-IV! -3 332 -Q Zi '-'cu .E-1 cf So C222 -S in-52 0 25 25 Un: 2:59 D -295 ff. 52 ,ju- O. .. LI C N . an Vih.-. E. va Em ,io O , 5 E. .Ei , in U5 Us 53. Qez 3: C 51 f :QU gif CG.- .EE 96 CE uv ,..: 3.: E: ... .. Fifty-three val' '91 IR han: ill!! an n N11-lun peru-4 I I1 .. J' ?otah: VESPER CHOIR Front row left to r1ghr Tobxe Protage Perknns Smyth Tager Puznnsky Shure Brodle Glassberg Anderson Second row left to rrght Krexsel Nalr Day Jones T Morrrll Moore Damon Wxllnams G Back row left to rxght Wlllcox Guggs Thomson Houck Chatfield Baldwrn N Case Turnbull Wyckoff PUMP! N lllh Wind Wu- HDS E -ll! 1 ...if -r A QQK COMMENCEMENT CHOIR From row left to nght jones 'I' Becker Grenthal Grlggs Case Turnbull Crow Second row left to rxght Day Moore Krelsel Momll Baldvun N Nalr Smyth Perkms Back row left to rrght Fzfty four Toble Shure Tager Brodle Damon Protage Jones W iii., , V , " ' ' ' t was - ur ' ' Q i z n an - 'W .f ' I an -an , ,C 1 -5 .... .. .--I Q ' ' -f' lux 4m.a.h--I A R l . 1 , - . Q A 'Q' r : r. J L 4 - , 1 nl ' Q Q A 3 - ' 1 ' ': 'f .t ' - ' -4 qv ' -xg 1 . . , 1 g .- ,, , . ,I -0 Q 'z v- ' ' g . JL I I' . V I - I 1 A 5 J -l .. .. - K . . A R - 1 , 1 1 , '41 3 , 1 . " ,X , . 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If ,l ,-".. 1 51, 4 , i ' 0 - 'f - N ' ', z Q ',-, 'I r , .KX f Y? ' ,ga - H p Y' ,,L3' yu f' . -Eff, 'Ewa . , 1 ,igmvtrlwf K, ' '. . X? qflic ', I MAJ. Q ,. ' ' ' . 1-A , ,. . V' " f ' so 1 - Q! , I ' . MV, 1. - V . 'N f xfzj ' . mf ' 1. ,nf , .. - u rw ax M ax ,TN gn, 3 'V ', -,--4--. , ui. K . H ., -. b 0 J Q my ' 4 -Af" . , . 3? ' my Q32 ' 4 . eg 21 715-P9 ' "RSV, W 1 if I f .ar " 'F llll jv' iv' Ti 'N A... lf' aj: fill Q 401' DANCE COMMITTEE Front row left to r1g.,ht Mcliernon J W Schafer Miller D Adams Masterbone Back row left to right Leahy johnson J Wyckoif Fzfly Jxx X w TEN TONES Left to rnght Anderson, Damon, Glassberg, Wfyckoff, Dxllon, Mxllnken, Wnllxams, G , Howes, Willcox, Hanan 'll uf A ' I ll lr , 1 ' . , A ' I I u . ' l ' - 9 V ' ... E f E ' ,, A Y - 15... , A , , ' ' ' 4,. 4 , E 4 ' la'.z'f,, 5 ,Q , H ' 1, , , J, 1 Q. 1 ,, . 4' - ' f. I .V J' ' "4 Ti "f .Wm .Kj V pf. 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J, .-.-f.Qf ,, ,,,, .he W3 I ai . 5 ax V .:. 'f .E-N , 4 1 , "1 ,,,. f Qhfwr H J.: 'Q U' f AJ., -ff ,-..-A ., - gw I V Zry.-if-. xt Mm, 'rv' xr rl, A: :warn 'ff 'ff -P - . ,, igdi- f ,J A , - 'lla v tm K 1 'Q ff v.3Q 4-""' i- ' , L ff-if"f'2 ' f K Q Q, -Ek' 21' .-Hg 2, ' any f, X ' in af ff If 'Tl 'gf -.+' 1g f , fx wx- ' If 4 . , Q , KI, f - - ,. - 1 W. ,,,, f,5?f,fg:f ,553 Q, , GQ , eww' s xv f - 1: XM lr af.. ' , .34 2 A ". "-' Y , .- 1. ' A4. , ' QV . ' - Mfg, A fi, ..x.. V X. 'V ML' 'rl ' .A lr . ,ati NX! Q T' 'qs' b! 5- N galil-lg K K X we V' 14' , ,F .WT Q A d L J , xr l f 1 -I A ..a.Ix N., 1 Y r . W X it 1, ?'f4 , .'--f-Fir in N. ff nk: 'A , . fi ,7 41' "Ga, 4 i 31 . f nr 'fox ' 'f r ,N COMMUNITY CHEST Front row left to nght Porter Mr Buxton Mlller D Back row left to rtght Howes Mernll Fifty eight iii! ' ll gl: Ill ...--1mm iiii Illl u " Q fx ut 241 ' T-if LIBRARY COMMITTEE Front row left to rnght Host Wllll3mS G Mr Townsend Mrs Townsend Bancroft Porter Back row left to txght Morley Smxth C Harmon -13:-q IIS! .,,n 'YQKQ-w.,,gN "' eng, I 4.,:, W., , 'iff-' , L W J , 3 , - , , - ', 3 , - " "' l I , ,,. .,., .Y -A -A '-1"" MW. L 3, K ,fn . , f -' ' . 1 . -.. I I-, J , 4. a , - A ' f f' ' .f y F ' A g - , I , 1 . 'jr Fr, ' ff ,-A we f, A 1, 1 -' K' -We 'S .- , .31-Y.. f'f,- -' Y ' ""1"ff'."Hs7 --' 41. LEQVS' 'Pte "2-' '. . Y .1 .MQ -I, 3" f-its . 'Z--4 xr .""'1,"' 'W' .'Q V ff, I. :xx -5-',!5v,,, '14, . . K ,:,p. ,..,'p-,,-g.g"EK7f:,..,g:gy , f. . ..-,gt . ,,-'v,.?1,,-I, . 'fv'-To ' . , .4 'i'j?f', ",--3 my X.,..f1-:.1..g . I M -:N 1 ffl '-f"w- - '- ,-' . , .xf-: ' f' -f -'.1f+ef'w3 U -'f' - I .5 . -f4..gv,-I4--3.51 1 . '- f 1,-1.2:-kai..." nad. ! r D ' v ' I v l ' . Y 7 'D ' 7 ' I ! ' V: : vu x -: - ay- vm f'0b igx '15 ll g KS ,win PRESS CLUB Front row left ro rlght O Connell Hanan Z 4 Belfanu P Back row lefrro nghr Dxls Hagyard Damon MUSIC CLUB from mu, left ro right Norsxxorrhx J, Maxwell Hovms, Anderson, Welsberg, Panewonsky, Hess Baqls row, lefz to nght larlowx Damon, MacC.1rrhy, Sm1rh,Chas, Kcatmg, A, Felhenm Fffty nine I he ' ' ' . , ' , , 4 ,J r -': L S 1 r- 2, - I. 1. . ' an ' . J, Q ' - . 1 . ' ,Suu W 2. . I -'. 1 . ..f- V., u.l' ' a' 1 V- S I I L K S. ' .. 'zz 1' ' .."" 1.-I-:f . C'-f-3-J. . . , kg .-f. X ' ' . . ,I H. .K-.A , - ' ,fs .4 ' rfb.--'hw .. Q I .1 w 3 ' 4- F' ,- I'- Q-lw ', 'WJ , . . 131, -'+m,,- -,-,x.,. .JZ 4,..5f.h1g,,3,I , U ,- " -, , 13, .gf:,-n M .fy Lf '."-:N.J.w1r',,L"', - . .- -' M.. -N , 1 f,z'vf:.4 V- V' . C, . fl .sf V - .ig .' V, V - - N .. V V. 65 VY' ' -." 5 4?-1, -v .' "" 5"- . ,. 1 .--f4t,1?5.:x:l ' A.,u.s'!f.' ft, .J x . ., g?-2-. rn .145 ' - Q 'Nfl gn'.47z'f"'.,- . 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' ' 7 - . Q 7 .Q ,, ,-p .. 'i ' fl" 'I , - 9 :ff 1 4' ' Y xx I E J-fry! f Y' - TY . 1- b ,. , -asv, H Q, V H, ' , .h fu- .K -Q,-4 -J. - , ' - . . 5,5 - fu. .V-1' '- -.. .f ' ,L A' fu' 1 It A, -H, - ,Y P qh 4 A is K J, . ,fi ' .AQ7-v, -J - ' , - V-Q... ,,,-L: 1-in ,'4:T.- V , -'fs'?"x 4 . i 1. V, . I W Q uf.. - -, , V I . - Li- Q.. --. iff' ,:, .. -Xi A WL , ju, Q, . - N -: , T.. -v B CALENDAR SILPTIEMBILR 24. School opens. Some "repeaters" reappear. 25. "But Mr. Beebe-you cant give us a test the hrst day!" Shep nets a 40. W'oody weighs in1 lowers line average 10 pounds. . Bain teaches Mr. Willctix how to play soccer, 29. He complies. 30. Practice begins. OCTOBER 1. School celebrates Malenkovs birthday? 2. Fako ravioli stops Gunnery, 19-O. 3. Hanan scouts Freshmen for potential coxswains. BEAT souTH KENT! 4. "Aw, come on, Schwab!" 5. "I hear the school walk will be tomorrow. 6. Griggs unprepared for English class. 7. XWXW. gives up cigarettes. 8. Freeman "whips around end"-jV's romp. Soccer team wins fbc game. . News Deadline: Bambi makes first all night stand. 11. Wf.W. gives up cigarettes. 12. Thomson holds Charleston contestg school walk held! Ouch! 15. Ethel Wtilker dance: "This is the real thing." 14. First truckload of mail off to Simsbury. 15. W.W. gives up tobacco. 16. Chatheld first casualty of school walk. 4. 1 17. Local farmers take inventory. 9. 10 ' ,,4-0' ' . ..,, .- . ' "9"'e. L2-gui ,, :D of f A DAPANTSING JOB i AA ' V ' ' 1 33 ' Ygjxiilfbvg Sfxij-Jix "AREN'T YOU INTERESTED?" HBRU' f 'neg N 'F U 244 DE-PANTSED "There is two tables in this here dining room what has not got their eggs." Mid-morning lunch strictly a 50-50 deal-LQ for School-lj for those students in charge. Legal Segals quality shop raises overhead. "Take two, Sherry, they're small." "Yesl Yes, Sir- I will, Sir! Parents Day: Berkshire game ends too soon. Adams gets new nickname. "Douche". Soccer team makes it five straight. Felheim kickedg lfor goal?D. "No", Says Mr, Willccmx. First Ajax loan floated. Sherrer nets 2052. Apex CGlassbergJ follows suit. Both companies fold: lack of capital. Federal Agents investigate. NOVEMBER First "pen pal" letter received, Gordy isnt talking. Is "Bewildered" really bewildered? "When I get out, I am going to hit the Bilt- more . . . " Mrs. Falco gets new car. Daily rations cut. Telephone call for Farlow. Pigeon sighted in Chaplains study. English NIB clams up on Mr. Post. Houck absent breakfast. Orders new clock. "Did I hear a girl?" "Nah, its Bill jones." "just a word for the kitchen crew." Bag lunches. "I'm afraid you just don't understand this new table set-up system. Let me explain .... " PAYING RIZSPECTS TO MR. GUNN uae: 'Q it-.sms Q APEX'S PRESIDENT THE soxo BIRDS 5,,,,,.,e, M, X Y" 4 5' . is n ' 4'n-.'-.-'Fit .. - A L , ' f If-149 33.15. 't M 3 'r 0 :'N.i"1 frfif If 9 W, ' '.. ttf?-u ' ' Wuqf I . 1. A. N: 5, I W-'L ' ' -rf'-' 1 i ' A .. ' . " . , Wi- ' 'mi l E .iff ff :vis 1' ' fff1s.p.- 2 .sa-1 f A f f v "WHAT'S THE MATTER GOLEM, Q 'fs MOTHER'S LITTLE HELPER , ' A ff I 21"- X f' '.'7 x . ",""1 15. "There is still some question ,... " "'v0sb1iNY.R f i f 16. Houck practices "Tenderly" on trumpet. ' 1 A, I 17. Mice leave Schoolhouse. M ' "" 18. "Rock and Roll" hits campus. -. A . Q L 4 V 19. Ebers hands in Gettysburg Address as composition. W 5,5 f Nj 177. 20. Gets a C- from "Mean Mike." 5 A E ' - 21. S.S.S.1.C. meeting hits campus. 1 '17. E 22. Sherrer burns red flag. ' I G . kg-- 25. Thanksgiving vacation starts at noon. " 1 9 pg I -' 1 W, 27. Vacation ends. Details of Scherman's party dis , gs, f. EW-igif- ' 1 1 ft' .-Q-- cussed. 28. Porter writes to Sally Seventeen. 29. XWycl-toff befriends Ollie. 50. Porter receives answerg she wont DECEMBER 1. "You know what I mean."--john K. M. Mc Caffery. 2. Bain loses tooth. . Tooth returns-dry cleaned. . Fuller gets early Christmas present: 10 oil wells. . THE END IN SIGHT. . Ravioli 7201 served for lunch. 7. Co-operative tests. Eeny-Meeny-Miny-Mo. . . 8. Morrell drops in 59 points. 9. Farlow gets telephone call. 10. Farlow still mystified. 11. "Anybody want a key for anything?" 12. Cram day. 15. Sherrer runs out of no-doze pills. 14. Oriental mumblings heard in Faculty meeting. 15. Exams. 16. More exams. 17. "It's been a good term." 3 4 5 6 ,auf W... .1 - ,. L.- ev 4.81 ,... ' ..1"s.. 'filter-w".,. ar K' -.. 4 'sf ft. -J .,', 4 sv...- - J, .egg I .zu 4. -mn "UNHI-I!" lil.. 11 R X,,14' is -.. Simwigh' SENIOR PLATFORM AFTER DINNER '.:,':g':MHU-9' lv N' U' - ,nm 'W""" .Und 'ss gm dial' up dull. 'U -Q1 g-mil' "T:-:ras ww lllilin' J. 'Sl puns tml' ., ggimlulwl fm'-1 ' uw' Wai uv Sl""'7 mmnuull MUS' 'I umm at 'ii 9110 RATS! NOTHING BUT SNAKE EYES" 5 . it "GOT 'EM!" X! X! v JANUARY Students rejoice as melodious school bell greets new term. Where are the Fakos? "Father jim" gives sermon. Seniors recuperating from College Boards. Bennetts arrive. First meal: caviar and roast duck. Mr. Day protests. "Will Hines replace Bellemore in the kitchen?" Mr. Willcox takes over as Cadillac driver. Weather drops below 70 degrees. The "Get Going" sermon. Several new dents observed in Cadillac. Hartshorne changes jacket. Hagyard starts measle plague. Smith, P. follows suit. Spring begins. Glassberg panics dancing class. Fox comes out of room, Rod, jrfs first words: "Definitely impossible." Dishes still dirty. "Will Bellemore replace Hines in the kitchen?" "Helpl Hilde's in my room!" Its okay, Norsvvorthy, hes only washing the windows! Who sabotaged Room 41? Schafer offers Hilde soap. "I've been washing windows for . . . FEBRUARY It's been three weeks since Gunnery boys visited P.O. 'U I PN .,, i F I ' K., ' 13l5'TX "NEWS" DAY THE WILD ONES Sixly-nine 2. Smith rejoicesg unlimited lights for Seniors. 3. Fuller begins plan for escape. 4. Sherry loses book bag. 5. Mr. Humphreys joins faculty. 6. Typing class begins. 7. Mrs. Leeper fails to realize potential of students. 8. Day boys deem quarantine, "farce" 9. Hoopsters defeat Hotchkis 68-52. 10. Sherry loses book bag. 11. Dramatics Club puts on "Mrs McThing." 12. Schafer gets card for "absent typing class." 13. Griggs loses glasses. 14. Levine, Shep, and Adams send first mail to U. of - - ' Michigan. --g 15. Shep can't wait. 16. Is "The Dog" house broken. 17. Gibson blows fuse. 18. Frank blows top. "PICK ME A WINNER" . Answers received. Sheppach shook. . Why does Sherrer visit the Field House at night? 19 20 21. Machover buys right size shirt. 22. Mr. Post squelched. Lewis gets 10 points. 23. Lewis squelched. Loses prestige. 24. Martin rules Infirmary with iron hand. 5 25. Grenthal gets birthday cake. 26. "I would like to thanks the people who made this possiblef' 27. Hulme threatens Porter. 28. Murphy intervenes. ' ' -si ' E .za ffl I ' MARCH 1. Mort receives love letter from Cathy Beebe. 2. Mort resigns from "Lonely Hearts Club." ,13-11'-4 "MORT" "" it M 0 my .NW Xlle-H 'S s 'N 1- Sevfnfy ALUMNI DAY RITUAL PHYSICS MADE EASIER GUNNERYS MR. PEEPERS Bleeker sports new lookg switch-blade. "Sir, may I walk you to class?" Grenthal receives birthday cake. Seniors culminate 5-day stand. Term papers due: 6:00 P.M. Glassberg: 6:01 P.M. Levine begins spring term paper. Memorial raids Gunn. Nashel missing, Millers public speaking exhibit apropos-a pigs uterus. Griggs elected Hockey captain, I-Ierzig gets D.T.'s from German Measles. Newell hnds D.'I'.'s contagious. Martin gives himself a pink belly. Nurse diagnoses case: "Better luck next time." Quarantine lifted as term ends. But even a thirty-five doesnt keep you from going home. APRIL Porter relates Samoa escapade. XVoody rlunked Spanish exam. Ah So! Bain speaks ellectively on female figure. Sherrer. XVXV.. and Fuller join Golf Team. Sherrer gets Infirmary excuse. Faragher does not sleep through Vespers. New sound in Senior English . . . Brek kek kek kek. coax coaxf " Dissection day in Biology: Dwight chicks out. New record: Scherman gets in before 2:00 A,M "I was doing Physics. Sirfn Hanan placed in third boat. XVhat happened? Shell repaired. e i ' g 1 Ni ks , X N XXSXX X' miihxie g xo 'ex fxyx X i fx SX '. IX HISTORY NOTES DUE TOBIORROWF i 9 441 2 X 'ke -V DUMBOS HALF BROTHER 20 77 73 24 29 Jas 1. CREW BOYS AND DATES 2- 5 4 6 7 8 12 14 15 I7, 18. 19. 21. N-J ,... . 25. 28. 5. 9. 10. ll. isf Ebers joins Golf Team, Strikes out. Baseball Team looks forward to "Good season. Moore: 'Tm legal and legit!" Bleeker puts foot through bottom of shell. "But Mr. Beebe. its easy to tix a 52-foot hole! The "Cool" foils Fullers escape plans. Grenthal challenges Mr, Post to battle of wits. "Bur you're unarmed, Sir." Etrick still barks. Theres Sandyg wheres Tom? Witli Mimi, of course! Mrs. Post steals Schermans joke. Theres Virginiag wheres Frank? Bill jones hnds new friend: Kim Coit. MAY "Bouncing Dave" celebrates sunny day. Still nice weather. Newell buys sun tan lotion. G.G.S.B.A. formed. Mr. Gray nets prize fish: 292 pounds. Camphor Cake smasher still at large. Gibsonites overcome by deadly gasses. G.G.S.B,A. boots Glassberg for pink sun glasses. Sherrer and Fuller frequent fifth hole on golf course. Masterbone Skin Lotion for sale in Memorial. No sale. Fuller runs our of money. A depression? Senior Week-End square dance. Many squares donlt show. "Fa-choom-bah." G.B.P. and PT watch cars go by. OE W9 Seventy-Iwo COFFEE BREAK , "RALPH" AND "MOOSE" HI-JACK THE MAIL iv-Q - ,TQIK i ,-I f l v K Q WASHDAY AT THE GUNNERY . Seniors recover. . Schafer breaks 70 . . . clubs. . Townsends show OH wares. . Milliken and Hanan hop up cooks car. . Cook arrested . . . speeding. . Senior brawl? . Etrick still barks. . Schafer picks on Hilde. Tony threatens him. . Mouse bites ofjf tail as Ball team loses twelfth. . Scherman hits magic circleg sleeps through tenth breakfast. . Varsity tries out new school tie. . "As goes Varsity, so goes the School." . Bucky rejoices as Baseball team posts the win. . Gunnery crew sweeps regatta, Beebe and Post go for swim. . Normalcy restored after Alumni week-end. . "Theres dirty work afoot," JUNE . "Grenthy Babe" baseball on Gunn lawn. . Only 9 days left. . Bain announces vacation plans. Kreisel faints. . Gibson mobs its monitors. Miller saved by Nors- worthy. . Hiscox returns to tell how he graduated with 811 average. . Mr. Post gives three hour quiz. . 32 on low group. Mack rejoices. . Hilde gets bath. Lashar to stay extra day. . Golems make plea to students to pay Snack-bar bills. . Lynch me .... . Handshakes, tears, and certificates .... GUNNERYS ANSWER TO NEDICK'S ? worm JOB EPFICIENTLY Sezenly-three ATHLETICS Seventy-four Mm ,V ' .,, Jr' A ,Q . K ,,v ifiiw Je '4':l,, ' if 5 W M 32" 344 f . 1 7 2 I is I , M ., ,,,, , , .. 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W rig 0 row, lef On F P' U3 La M DD N.. embcskc Bank CJ hr I C., ox, bilver, Sni 1 Hisc c wcs, Manager Neue an Gary Ha ha cr, Grxggs, mson, Por To Front row left to rnght Stem Chess Schafer Wfood Muller D Hanan McKernon J W Mamn Back rovs left to rnght Dlllon Wnllxams G Conley Masterbone Adams VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM SCOREBOARD Gunner 0 Ho k1nsGrammar 19 Gunne 15 Betkshlre Y P fY Gunnery 6 Canterbury Gunnery 14 South Kent Gunnery 7 Trxn1tyPawl1ng 0 C oacbe: and Captam MR GOLEMBESKE D D MILLER MR BEEBE Seventy nine Gunnrey .............. 0 Pom fret .................. 6 Gunnery .............. 15 Wooster .................. 6 1? A W 5 Q x S' 71. D D MILLER SCHAFER 'Y Eighty ADAMS DILLON HITS A CANTERBURY WALL VARSITY FOOTBALL REVIEW In the fall of 1954 The Gunnery Varsity Football Team posted a 3 vun 3 loss I tie record With seven returning lettermen Coaches Beebe and Golembeske had one week to drill the new team before the opening contest October 2 the Red and Gray traveled to New Haven to open its season against Hopkins Grammar and were defeated I9-0. The Gunnery narrowly missed scoring in the first period but the Hopkins line held fast and Gunnery never was a threat again. Hopkins hard running and blocking resulted in a score for the home team in each of the remaining periods. The Gunnery suffered its second loss of the season October 9 at the hands of a spirited Pomfret team, 6-O. The lone score came in the second period on a short line plunge culminating a long Pomfret march. The contest was well played, and improvements were seen in the Gunnery line as it gained confidence and experience CONLEY PIERCES SOUTH KENTS LINE VARSITY FOOTBALL REVIEW Whtle host to Berkshtre on Parents Day October 23 The Gunnery broke out of the loslng column by tyxng the Green and Whxte 13 13 Gunnery drew first blood when G11 Wxllnams worktng from the halfback posmon weaved h1s way home from twenty yards out Berkshlre took a one pomt lead at the half due to a determmed scortng drtve and con verston The th1rd pertod saw quarterback jxm Conley score on a short buck and Wtlltams add the extra potnt As the game drew to a close Berkshtre scored agam on a pass play but faxled m the converston attempt The Gunnery qutckly brought the ball wtthm the shadow of the Berkshtre goal but the Btg Red offense was thwarted as ttme ran out The Gunnery eleven met Wooster October 30 at Danbury and pounded out a decxsxve 15 6 vxctory The Bxg Red lxne dtd a superxor yob,desp1te the poor weather, w1th Hanan, McKernon, Schafer and Wood bearmg the brunt of the offenstve and defenstve chores The Conley Wtllltams combmatton accounted for two touchdowns and an extra pomr, F444 'R s iqifa , '45 M52-Q sf' 'ff' ahh'-'a:. MCKERNON JACK mf- MASTERBONE WILLIAMS, G Eighty-one 544 Y 4-4. 'm Yu DILLON WOOD Eighty tu o CONLEY ....,,...f... 'W .1 TP NAILED FOR A LOSS VARSITY FOOTBALL REVIEW and the hard chargmg Gunnery hne produced a safety to round out the Red and Gray scormg Wooster managed to score on a recovered fumble but nt was too late to avert the outcome A heavrly favored Tr1n1ty Pawlmg squad sportmg an undefeated season was held scoreless November 6 by a hard hghtmg Gunnery team The game belonged to the Brg Red all afternoon the chmax comxng when Jack Drllon raced 27 yards to score cappxng a 65 yard march Conley pxtched to Wlll1HmS for the extra pomt and thereafter the Gunnery lme blocked and stopped T Ps every offensrve effort At South Kent, November 13 The Gunnery defeated nts tradrtronal rrvals, 14 13, rn the 78th annual Tea Cup Classrc November 20, Canterbury VlSlICd Washxngton for the final game of the season and easnly defeated The Gunnery, 33 6 Worknng from a spht T formatnon, the Blue Knxghts of Canterbury dxsplayed good run 1 1 H E 1 x 1 " I' f 4--'M r . 197 w 1 A C me my w glif P' A ,V Y X XI , 1 5, 5 fam fs A .. mf! LL highly four Front row left to rrght Srmrh P Chambers Turnbull Roth Hmes Merrill fCapta1nJ Hagyard Harmon Moore MacCarthy Lehrman Second row left to rnght Mr Post Fox Nalr Day Freeman Smyth Beach Ruxton Krelsel Mellus Jones T Smxth C F Mr Anderson Back row left to rlght Greene Grenrhal Hxllman Foster Brown Case Hughes Belfann T Wrllrams B Hess Shure UNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM SCOREBOARD Gunnery 14 Tr1n1tyPawl1ng Gunnery 25 Canterbury Gunnery 13 Sahsbury Gunnery 26 South Kent I C oacbex and Captain MR Pos'r MERRILL MR ANDERSON -- A .. 43 W .M. , 5 1 -- N - f '-' "7 ' 4 'A 'R' -C fs A ! 3 V l 7 7 7 Y -I '! I ' 3 ' 3 Gunner .............. 32 Wooster .................. 0 Gunne .............. 14 Westminster ....... Y . , , . ity...-.J LF-' .z115"' J-- 32-in ' fi it 14 I-bf -wk? v-HQTH' Y t 'v-Sa?" I I 1504 45.3 4,530 Front row left to rlght Emerson Mozzochl Perkms Hulme LeVasseur CCaptamJ Lashar Hart C Lowes Brxstoll Back row left to rrght Mr Treat Norsworthy R Brodle McCollom Oberwelser D115 Baliantme Helm Puzmsky Tagar Mr Barley THIRD FOOTBALL TEAM SCOREBOARD Gunnery 7 Berkshnre Gunnery 0 Westmnnstet Gunnery 40 Trrntty Pawhng Gunnery 41 Canterbury Gunnery 28 Salxsbury Gunnery 20 South Kent C oaclvey and Captazn MR TREAT, LEVASSEUR, MR BAILEY Eighty file 1 ' J -f i e v -if Wm -"' "1 ' T' 'Y I L, L--,Li- , TT L, 1 1 - , ef ew LE: f V Y-F 2- , ...Q W' l . ,, . ' , 1 r an -- . - 1 - ' ' - " fl . 4 - ,- uL .' 5 in ,, V. I 4 as as ,:. R ,' -- X-f ,K 1. -- gr 1 L ' it 'rl i r ' v ' , - , ' - K . , ,A - Q ' ' 1 .. an 1 1 . .. 35 4. A . as .,g -.. Qtr, A sq' ,111 - .1 -L. Q- A 4 ' ' '- .' , F X : 'X ,- e . ,S 1 v Q' Q , -7 fr , 1 ' 1 5 X? WX W . . N it S . R "1 1 fx Ns ' -' , I ' I 3 I D! . H D ' 7 U I. 'Y , - , I - a 1 -1 y y v 9 , y 1 y - - ,yag f Eighty-six Front row left to rnght Bancroft Scherman Chatflelcl Anderson Hoyt QCapta1nJ Morrell Ebers Powell Murphy Back row left to rrght Mr Whrnall Nashel Belfantr P Abel Levrne Wrllcox deGu1gne Bam Rakdham Rankrn Farlow Mr W1llcox VARSITY SOCCER TEAM Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery SCOREBOARD Lenox Gunnery Canterbury Choate JV Gunnery Gunnery Berkshire .................. Gunnery ................ Krngswood Taft JV Trmrty Pawlmg Hopkins ............. C oacber and Captain MR. Wrucox HOYT MR. VV!-ll'I'I'ALL MURPHY THWARTS AN ENEMY ATTACK 1954 SOCCER REVIEW The return of the 1954 edmon of The Gunnery Varsxty Soccer team read three returnmg lettermen and a new coach Under the enthuslastrc coachrng of Mr Wrllcox and spearheaded by letter men Bob Ebers Bob Mortell and Captatn goalre Larry Hoyt the team devoted nts early fall practrces to mtra squad scrrmmages The 1n1t1a1 game was played October 9 and proved to be a thrrller Enter tarntng the Lenox Varsrty Gunnery reversed 1ts 1953 loss to the Yellow and Black and won 1 O The lone goal was plummeted neatly 1nto the opponents net by Alan Bam Englrsh Exchange Student ln the second overt1me Outstand mg defense work was put 1n by Martrn Abel and jrm Wlllcox of Gunnery whrle Bob Ebers B111 Scherman and Dennts Murphy sparked the offense The Red and Gray suffered 1 3 0 defeat at the hands of a well organlzed Canterbury team on October 13 Gunnery was able to hold the Canterbury eleven to a scoreless t1e rn the first perrod of the game but ln the next frame Canterbury pushed through two goals breakrng the game wrde open There after the Gunnery offense never offered a serrous threat and had lf not been for the protectlon of backs Bob Chatfield Chrls de Gu1gne Jon Anderson and the beautlful saves of goalle Larry Hoyt he deficrt mlght have been greater The Wtllcoxmen found themselves unable to repel an aggressxve Choate JV squad and lost on home grounds 9 to O Choates forwards gave an early prevrew of the final score by nettmg two goals rn the first five mrnutes Gunnerys worst defeat of the season was admrmstered by a txghtly knlt experlenced Berkshlre team to the score of 5 O The Gunnery eleven gave up two goals 1n the openmg quarter and desprte desperate Brg Red defensrve efforts the Green and Whrte clearly super1or scored once rn each of the re marnmg pertods Play1ng for a large Parents Day turnout October 23 Gunnery bowed to the vrsrtmg Kmgswood team 3 to O Sprrrted by Bob Ebers and Dennts Murphy the Red and Gray OHCHSIVC' never looked better but none of the many offensxve threats ended rn Gunnery talhes It IS srgntficant to note that all of Krngswood s scormg occured rn the openrng and closmg seconds of the game thus the Gun nery booters never really looked out of the contest untll the very end Vlsrtxng the Taft JV s the Red and Gray booters suffered a hard fought defeat 3 1 The Red and Blue caprtalrznng on a loose ball ln front of the Gunnery nets were first to score Then after a long scrlmmage Murphy took a Scherman pass and fired the ball mto the tvs mes However Taft retallated rn the next perlod and Gunnery was never able to recover although they drove deep mto Taft terrltory tn the closmg seconds HOYT EBERS BAIN Eighty sewn 1 1 7 1 ' ' 1 - 1 1" 1 - 1 ' ' 1 , . 6- 1 1 1 - ' 1 . . . , ggi 1 1 1 Y 1 1- - 1, 1 .. , . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 . . . , y 7 ' ,.. 1" 1 1 1 1 . V. . - 1 1 ,t WILLCOX AND SEGAL RUSH THE GOAL 1954 SOCCER REVIEW Back on home grounds and entertaining an old rival Trinity Pawling The Big Red Booters received their sixth straight setback of the campaign 3 0 For the hnal contest of the year Gunnery engaged an always tough team from Hopkins Grammar November IO and lost 5 1 Hopkins scored once in the opening frame hen twice in the third quarter The home team s only score came when right wing Bob Ebers passed to Murphy who deftly headed the ball into the opponents goal Anderson and Willcox were outstanding in limit ing the opposition who were constantly pressing the Red and Gray cage to yust three goals At a post season meeting Dennis Murphy the teams high scorer was elected to captain the 1955 team. While posting an unimpressive one win seven loss season record the Gun- nery Soccer Varsity had more power and ability than this record shows. Time after time in season play the Red and Gray forwards pushed the ball deep into enemy territory only to be thwarted by the making of countless near goals. The team simply lacked that extra spark that makes the difference between al- most success and successes with good prospects for next year in Martin Abel Dennis Murphy, Sam Rakdham, and Chris de Guigne. r I l MURPHY CHATFIELD SCHERMAN ANDERSON WILLCOX -i .,v A g3,.,,,. 1 GU 'Sgr i fluff Q' F 1+-rw-2 lr -Q N gg l M k 1 4 J .3 nf' -,.g ,,., f 'I'-?rh 'fa " l .1 -.,-- ,.M.-Q -I Tw: Ninety RIN :lf ? -4 Z0 Q? .4U' .fs-7 211531, po. N-..a...g1QL wjf , - VARSITY BASKETBALL S CC Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery C ouch and Captam MR BEEBB MORTELL TRI STATE CHAMPIONS VARSITY BASKETBALL Trlnlty Pawllng Berkshxre Kent Westmmster Canterbury Berkshnre Gunnery SCOREBOARD Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery 48 aft Hopknns Hotchkxss Kem Suflield Taft Trrmry Pawlnng Ninety one 70 ' ' - ' 65 68 ' 52 Gunnery .............. 50 Hotchkiss ................ 36 Gunnery .............. 71 Canterbury .............. 49 iuvvhi f'---1 771501001 .g.- MORTELL WILLIAMS vwullmgq Ninety-two SCI-IAFER 'J 1 CONLEY SINKS ONE AGAINST TAFT VARSITY BASKETBALL REVIEW Gunnery started its dominating season march by defeating a good Trinity Pawling quintet 70 65 Gunnery held a sizable lead throughout the game and held off a Trinity rally to cop the game Bob Mortell amassed 39 points to take game honors while Conley chipped in with 10 In what almost proved to be the mayor upset of the season Gunnery eeked out a 39 58 victory over a stubborn Berkshire five The Gunnery throttled by an unusual zone defense rallied in the later stages of the game to pull out its second win of the season Conley led Gunnery with eleven points followed by Dillon and Mortell with nine each Playing its first home game of the season Gunnery had little trouble in defeating a usually good Kent team From the start it was Red and Gray all the way Mortell proved to be the big difference between the two teams and the tall slender Captain poured through 30 points while Conley meshed 19 Gunnerys fighting quintet chalked up another league victory by defeating Hotchkiss 50 35 Ahead by only one scant point at the end of the first half 25 72 Gunnery put on a second half splurge to deliver themselves from any conceivable danger Once ag un Gunnery s big six foot eight inch center Bob Mortell led all scorers He collected '77 points while Wyckoff and Conley split I6 points evenly betvs een them In their hrst non-leigue meeting Gunnery ran its record to 5-0 by easily defeating an inferior Westminster quintet. Mortell with 24 points took game honors. The two guards, Wyckoff and Conley, each added 15 points. In what proved to be one of the most free scoring games during the season, a good Canterbury team handed the Red and Gray its first loss of the season, 71 70. Gunnery held a 40-35 half-time lead, but Canterbury chipped away this lead during the second half and in the final minutes clinched their win. Mortell led all scorers with 50 points while Williams and Wyckoff tallied 13 and ll respectively. Meeting Berkshire for the second time, Gunnery proved, without a doubt, that they were the better team. They easily routed Berkshire, 71-46. Once again Gunnery's big center was the highlight of the game, collecting 31 points to lead all scorers. Gunnery was forced to put on a 29 point last period rally in order to over- come a stiff Hopkins Grammar five. Trailing by eight points at the half, the L ANOTHER TALLY AGAINST KENT VARSITY BASKETBALL REVIEW Beebemen fought back rn the second half to surge ahead and wrn by a score of 60 57 Mortell came through mth hrs usual 30 points whrle Dave Schafer In their second meetrng The Gunnery had lrttle trouble rn defeatrng Hotchkiss 68 57 All of the starting fixe ended up rn double figures Williams leldrng all wrth I6 points Once agun the Beebemen had little trouble rn defeating Kent 60 46 Bob Mortell led all scorers 179 porntsl and was the key factor rn Gunnery s second trrumph over Kent Gunnery successfully avenged an earl1er loss to Canterbury by romprng to an easy 71 49 wrctory The Gunnery center Big Bob Mortell accumulated 38 pomts and set a new scorrng record at The Gunnery Wrllrams and Vfyckoff followed vuth I7 and II pomts respectrvely In what pros ed to be Gunnery s toughest opponent all year Sufiield Aca demy conquered the Red ind Gray 72 67 Early rn the fourth quarter Gunnery lost its high scorer Bob Mortell on fouls and consequently was not able to mitch the superb shootmg of Lrsrak and Plllkan of Suffield who tallred 25 and 71 pomts respectu ely Mortell scored 77 pornts wh1le Dave Schafer who played hrs most outstandrng game of the season tallied 15 In a game which the Red ind Gray had to vs rn rn order to stay rn competition for the Leigue Championship The Gunnery overcome a 14 pomt deficxt to edge an undefeated Taft qurntet 57 49 Bob Mortell led the Beebemen with I8 pomts follow ed by jim Conley xx ho netted I4 Pete Malloy featured for Taft with 74 Gunnery once again E1Slly defeated Trrnrty Pavslmg by a score of 55 40 Mortell and Wyckcaff led The Gunnery scorers with I9 and 16 pomts re spectrvely On March 3 The Gunnery met Taft for the Tr1 State Championship The Gunnery spear headed by IES Ciptun Bob Mortell held a very slxm lead through out the first three quarters of the game and then managed to stave off a Taft rally rn the final quarter of the gime to trim Taft 48 45 6 8 Bob Mortell was the games leadrng scorer xx 1th 77 pomts follow ed by Bob WyckoH who chipped in I3 WYCROI I' 11621 ml' DILLON CONLEY A111413 llaree rt 'Nl i Q' I, V' Q 'T P NN R, hfl 1 1 1 -, , G 7 4 rccae I + fffiff G-' iq-.N ' . I I . pl - uf T 7 I , v' ' ' ' ' rf "' v ' L? poured through 14. I ,, , - at . -l r a ' ' ' . r Ya' I ' ' i - . f Y "' Y V ' ' Y. ' U 1 A a . I , . . Y. -1 I I U . v ' I Y - ' ' t 1 . - . I ' I 7 7 v a l s a L . Y . .' . . X . A. A ' V V- r -- I , I , 3 Qt 5 . Y , . as 5 ' 1 1 V 4 ' ' . ' ' - " - . . - ' ' 1 1 ' , ' - , - yr - V - f ll Y , V. U . 3 I Y . - . Y' J 0 Ninety four Front row left to flbhf Mllltken Hall Hagyartl Beach Hug Chess Smlth P Back tow left to right Mr Buxton Leahy Nan' Belfantl T Brown Smlth C Faraghet Hess JUNIGR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM SCOREBOARD MR BLXTON BEACH Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Trmrty Pawlmg Berkshxre Kent Hotchknss Westmxnster Canterbury Berkshlre Hotchklss Kent Canterbury Suffield Trmtty Pawlxng - .............. 34 ' ' . ' I ' .............. 28 ' ....., A .............. 56 .,.............. . A .............. 55 ' ...... ' .............. 62 ...... . K .............. 54 ' ......... . Gunnery .............. 45 Taft .................. T .............. 34 ................. . , .............. 42 B f ....ty,.ur,ut. 49 r,tl,t. Front row left to rlght Lackey Gaze lxatz Levasseur 4Capta1nJ McCollom Stone Hart C Back row left to nght Mr Post Schnlo Valentme I-lnllman Waddy Foster Protage Bellemore CManagerD Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery THIRD BASKETBALL TEAM Trmxty Pawlmg unlor Republic Canterbury 44 jumor Republrc SCOREBOARD Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Westmlnster Trmxty Pawlmg St Mary s l Ninety hw 31 J ' ' 40 Gunnery.............. 37 Canterbury 25 In Xl 'fx-l nk A-AK Q - --za -A 'Y' Nznelg .fix VARSITY HUCKEY S Lu .Ad GJ .-D P1 , ,, ,. ' I ' 5 ' 0 , - , ., Ja . ' :J 4 if f - f 5 ' . u Q ' ' Q L-9 w ,H 4. ya. V: . . Nl l 3 , tv , k ' 249. x, 4 ' . I A! 2-3 V ' ' 'En L ' 'E ..,, 4 9 . .. f 4 2 , , -. . in ' E ,rl X I 1- 6 ' -'I' I vz ax T i ' . E X fr M ' E3 .X . M O n fH....,, OU , N ,6 ,A f Q 52. ,H 4 UE I ' f. 5-x ' gg ... D 1 O- F- ' I S 5 f . - O4 ig .I Y .:. 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Ninety-ei MASTERBONE 8 hz ADAMS DENTS THE TP NETS VARSITY HOCKEY REVIEW The Gunnery Vars1ty Hockey team of 1955 sported three returnmg letter men ln Captarn Ken Adams Andy Masterbone and Dwnght Mlller Coach Golembeske asststed by Mr Wrllcox worked and shaped the team whnch tn cluded several newcomers rnto game form tn two weeks Practrce and contests were arded Lmmeasurably by the presence of near perfect 1ce throughout the season anuary 17 opened the season for The Gunnery team as they met Canter bury away and resulted nn a loss for the v1s1tors 8 I Canterbury downed Gunnery wlth l1ttle trouble breakmg 1nto a brg lead rn the openrng mrnutes Strong teamwork was demonstrated by George Gund and jack Gnggs but the Light Blues speed was too much for the rnexperlenced Gunnery team Gun nery s only goal was shot rnto the enemy nets by newcomer Curt Gary The Red and Gray played 1ts first game at home january 15 thoroughly trounclng the vrsltlng Sufheld squad 7 I Curt Gary and Ted Silver opened up a 2 0 lead rn the hrst pertod Then Ken Adams Curt Gary Andy Masterbone Dwrght Mrller and Buzz Morley accounted for the remarnder of the home score as the team s fast breaks and good pass1ng seemed rnvmclble The defense work headed by Goalle Tom Wood was effectnve tn subdumg all enemy attacks except one nn the closmg mmutes of play The Gunnery squad traveled to Mrllbrook January 19 to defeat the home team 2 I Lmesmen Adams and Gary accounted for the Big Red tallnes wxth Dwrght Mrller assnstmg Gary s shot Mrllbrook s lone goal came ln the second perlod after Gunnery had got off to 1ts early lead On the 22 of January The Gunnery on home 1ce played IIS fourth game of the campaign and bowed to Trmrty Pawlmg 4 2 The Blue and Gold played well and scored throughout the game desprte the work of veteran defensemen Jack Grrggs and Tom Hanan who skrllfully thwarted many opposmg thrusts Gunnery s two goals were scored by Captarn Ken Adams and Dwxght Mrller In therr next encounter january 26 the pucksters fell to a superror South Kent team 7 7 Ken Adams two goals rn the second perrod of play proved of no avarl except to sustarn the sprrrt and keep the team rn the scorlng column Gunnery goahe jack Grrggs threw off 35 attempts as the South Kent offen slve proved all too powerful for the Red and Gray defensemen Gund and Masterbone. 1 QWJN ,W ACTION AROUND THE SUFFIELD CAGE VARSITY HOCKEY REVIEW anuary 29 Hotchkiss tallied once in the first twice in the second and finished up with two more in the final period to crush the visiting Gunnery squad 5 0 The Red and Gray were forced to play an almost entirely defensive game as the Hotchkiss line proved all too fast The Gunnery defense offense and spirit held high against the Trinity Pawl ing Varsity on February 3 until the third period with the score 1 0 for T P But the third period saw T P s endurance getting the better of The Red and Gray defense to the tune of 5 goals Again Captain Ken Adams was outstanding on the Gunnery squad Playing an almost scoreless and almost entirely defensive game The Red and Gray went down to defeat 3 0 at the hands of Westminster February 5 Goalie Tom Wood played well in the nets thwarting 29 of the 32' shots The stickmen had their second win of the season and against Millbrook in their hands February 9. Then in the hnal period the opposition struck for one and forced the first stalemate of the season 2-2. Gary and Gund scored the two Gunnery tallies. February 12 The Gunnery stickmen went down to a decisive 6-O defeat at the hands of Berkshire. The starting team was Wood at goal Griggs and Gund defensemen and Captain Adams Gary and Miller were the first line. A spirited and much improx ed Gunnery Hockey Team went down to defeat at the hands of Canterbury, February 12. After early scores by Gary and Miller, the opposition struck back with a two point rally to give a 3-2 decision. death blow to give a 3-2 decision. Dwight Miller scored the lone Gunnery tally in a 4-1 decision against a veteran Salisbury sextet, February 23. The opposition was entirely too steady and accurate for the Red and Gray defense. In their fourth shutout-defeat of the year The Gunnery six lost a 5-0 contest to Berkshire, February 26. junior Varsity goalie Bill Smyth, assisted by defensemen Morley and Gary, held a tight defense in the first two periods. jack Griggs, veteran puckman, was elected at the post season party to be the Hockey Captain for the 1956 Campaign, s-, WOOD GRIGGS F... 0 'D GARY Ninely-nine PW RCSB,-R Owe. lmfm ' 3, 7 Aeibeo My N, me C Front row left to nght Lashar Walcon Smrth C I' Moore Smyth CCaptamJ Thomson Houck Damon Matthews Back row left to rxght Mr Raymond Lowes Edgar Turnbull Case Brxstol Pornstoll Segal Hulme Baldwm N JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY SCOREBOARD Gunnery 1 Canterbury Gunnery 0 Trmlty Pawlmg Gunnery Trrnlty Pawlmg Gunnery 0 Kent Gunnery Hotchkxss Gunnery 2 Mlllbrook Gunnery Mlllbrook u o 'im C oacb and Caplum one Ifundfed MR RAYMOND, SMYTH 2, 5 4 1 A ' 1 15 1 A, ! 1 Q V. .' nfl ' F5 . - R' , ' or ' 2 r -3 . V, A -'H tv 6 .,, , . . ., 1. 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"'7T-L D D MILLER ,. -'Hes-3-',"ff.. DILLON 5. 5, 1 r 3 v 1 ', as HA sy -1 . ,I TX .vc 4 J- yx 1. R K' . Q' , ia r-.tml WILLIAMS One Hundred and Four Harm I-ta. M, A.:-m.-uin-Q GRIGGS ABOUT TO THWART A KENT RUN 1955 BASEBALL REVIEW As the 55 Baseball season opened Coach Edward Buxton had frve return mg lettermen from squads of the prevrous two seasons around whrch to burld hrs team He faced the task of formmg a new mound staff however srnce he had no hurlers from the prevlous year The Red and Gray dropped therr first game of the season on Aprtl 20 to Kent by a 11 1 deficrt Martln paced the losers wrth a double and a srngle Three days later The Gunnery travelled to Trrntty Pawlrng where they lost 4 1 desprte the srx hrt prtchrng of Gordy Hall G11 Wrlltams trxple hxghltghted the loser s hxttrng On Aprnl 27 The Gunnery lost their thrrd rn what proved to be a strmg of 12 consecuttve defeats thrs ttme to South Kent by a 3 1 score on the vlctor s homegrounds Weak hrttrng plus poor fleldmg led to the defeat Aprtl 30 rn Washrngton the Red and Gray dropped 1ts second league t11t to Hotchkrss by a 13 6 score Captarn Bob WyckoH and Wrllrams paced the Brg Red s 11 hrt attack wrth three safetres aprece Th1s trme the home teams prtchxng weakened as Hotchkrss managed to gather 15 huts The Gunnery nlne next travelled to New Haw en on May 4 where they were blanked by a Hopkrns Grammar team 5 O Dtllon started for the vrsrtors but was rel1eved by Hall rn the hfth rnnmg Once more weak lieldrng and hlttrng were the mam factors rn The Gunnery defeat May 7 the Red and Gray took on Choate at Wallrngford rn thetr thtrd league game agam cormng out on the short end of a 7 4 slate Hall shouldered the prtchrng dunes and sane for a poor second mmng prtched a fme game allowmg only two earned runs Dxught Mrller led the loser's hrttmg wtth a trrple and a smgle The followmg Wednesday, May 11, The Gunnery was shut out for the second tnme nn the year 5 O by Canterbury on the v1ctor's home held Hall gave up only sux h1ts but, meanwhxle, the Red and Gray could only garner two safettes, Blarr Beach gettrng both of these May 14 the Blg Red dropped rl close 2 1 decrsron to Sufheld on The Gun I Mere, -V -ef A - ., . 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' . . , V, . . . . 4, , ' s 1 ' - ' I Y 3 - ' ,, K! ,, l , , , Bbw 'Wham "1 i"lxll5"'i!F"" -i Tk B' A lis"""' 1"w WYCKOFF SLIDES SAFELY AGAINST CANTERBURY 1955 BASEBALL REVIEW nery diamond Dillon allowed only four hits but once more the Red and Gray did not have their batting eyes lust two hits being produced Four days later May 18 the Buckmen received one of their worst trouncings of the season at the hands of Berkshire 12 4 on the loser s field Four different pitchers took the mound for the Red and Gray yielding a total of 13 hits May 20 The Gunnery dropped its second 2 1 decision of the year this time to a visiting Wooster squad Hall went the route for the home team allowing but one earned run in seven innings. Th following Monday May 23 the Buckmen played host to Salisbury losing their third decision by a on, run margin in four games. Jack Griggs pinch-hit grand slam home run accounted for all of the Red and Gray s scoring in the 5-4 defeat. May 25 the team traveled to Windsor to oppose Loomis the eventual winners of the Connecticut Preparatory School League dropping this game by an 8-3 score. For six innings Hall held the home team to one hit while retiring seventeen batters in succession. In the seventh frame however Loomis tallied six runs on as many hits. Williams and Porter each whacked a triple for the losers. Two days later The Gunnery w on their first game of the year as they con- quered a visiting Canterbury squad by a 6-4 margin. Williams two-run homer provided the winning margin. Miller and Dillon took on the pitching chores while getting two hits apiece. Miller got the credit for the win. After defeating the Alumni by a 5-2 score the Red and Gray travelled to Watertown where they closed out the season by losing their fifth league game in a 5-3 decision to Taft. Hall went the distance for the Big Red. Martin Miller and Williams led The Gunnery's hitting attack with three safeties each. Although the teams record was a poor 2-13, there were definite signs of better potential. Halls fine pitching, Williams, Wyckoff's and Miller's hitting were outstanding. At the annual meeting of the team at the end of the season, third baseman Hal Martin was elected Captain for the coming year. p... GARY an is gfygiim-iff MARTIN HALL 0112 Hundred and Five Front row left to rrght Lashar Hart C Fox Scheppach Hug CCapta1nD Ruxton Morley Hillman MacCarthy Back row left to rrght LeVasseur CManagerD Foster Perkms Grenthal Belfantr T Barn Chambers Mr Anderson gimp, Captam and C ouch HUG MR ANDERSON One Hundred and Szx JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery SCOREBOARD South Kem Salisbury South Kent Salrsbury Canterbury Berkshlre Trxnrry Pawlmg Canterbury Wooster 2 Ta r 5 C ,f V ............,. 9 .... ' .............. 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'YE' l -F V I V A . -... ur. . 1 First row, left to right: Stein, Tager, Keating, R.. Colman, J. McKernon, Matthews, Schwabacher, jones, W., Machover, Br di, ,row, Best, Second row left to right: Willianis, B., Keating, A., Dils, Damon, Jones, T., Moore, Murphy, Hulme, McCammo , art, R., ireene, Dodsworth, Nr, Willftmx. Third row, left to right: ers, Clvianageri, Norsworthy, -I. fManagerJ, Walcott, Bec er, Ed ar, lerrill, Ballantine. Melius, Hagyard, Helm, Morrill, Lewis CManagerJ, Mr. Beebc. Back tow, left to right: Johnson, J., Harm n, ughes, Houck, Thomson, Hanan 1Captain J , Mcliernon, 1. W., Wood, Hines, Scherman, Ran in, illi en, Mr. Post. 'Ab-A NYK Pl oa- N316 p--'1- 4 '05 Front row left to rxght Matthews Mr Beebe Schwabacher Back rom left to nght Thomson Hanan MtKernon J W Wood Harmon johnson J Houck Hughes NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONS FIRST AND SECOND BOATS T31-Q ,ngllnflr ffl Coach and Caplam MR BLEBIQ, HANAN One Hundred and Nme X ' . ' ' -f'f9Ti-'OQ.'- :hlxixn jf Y ,. ix t T Tlfc i 4' f , A A A 1- J l Y I if as C Q, Y lv T . , Q I ' I 504. V , . -..v f 5 A , .N -, L ft 4 1 L 71 f. , ' N if-EA' A ' tg It X v ff . ' ? . g , 1 .' V' ' x S T ,N tl: A' - E' f, T, Tl 5 ' 4 ' ' , . 5 - 1 5' --, 5 5' ' 'kg V if va' SB' HANAN NB' J. Y. MCKERNON 1 5 Y . Q--Y r"Q:-Ygkg 2 it El ii 44' THOMSON One Hundred and Ten WOOD MATTHEWS 1955 CREW REVIEW With seven returning lettermen prospects for the crew season early this spring looked exceedingly fine Among these lettermen was the entire First Boat which had placed second at Quinsigamund last year The first race of the year was a regatta with St Marks and South Kent on April 30 For the hrst time in a Gunnery crew s history they won on South Kent waters The First Boat with jay Thomson stroking Captain Tom Hanan at three jack McKernon at two Tom Wood at bow and Dean Matthews as cox won their h ilf mile race from South Kent by l M lengths with Saint Mark s coming in third. This was also the finishing order in the other two races with the Second Boat winning by 1K2 lengths and the Third Boat by one length. The following Wednesday May 4 Gunnery travelled to Poughkeepsie N. Y. to row against Arlington High School. Although they had never towed over a one mile course and were not used to the extremely choppy Hudson River the Red and Gray added another clean sweep to their record. The First Boat came from behind to win by M of a length. The Second Boat and Third Boat also getting off to poor starts won by one length each. Saturday May 7 the first three boats were once again off to match oats against South Kent. The results were the same as the previous meeting with the Third Boat race being a little closer. When The Gunnery raced on home waters on May ll for the first time in the season, they had little trouble in keeping their record unblemished. The First Boat won over Poughkeepsie High School by Eve lengths in their first three quarter mile race of the year. The Second Boat, with Dan Harmon setting the pace at stroke, jim johnson pulling our number three, Phil Houck at two, Ralph 4, J JOHNSON HOUCK HUGHES 1955 CREW REVIEW Hughes at bow and Johnny Schwabacher doing the coxmg won by an easy ten lengths The Third Boat came 1n six lengths in the lead On Senior Weekend the first three boats kept their record intact by beating Choate over the Mg mile course on Lake Waramaug The FIISI and Seconds took their races by three and two lengths respectively The Third Boat stroked by Norm H1nes with B111 Scherman at three Henry Rankln at two Frank Mllll ket- at bow and 1m McKernon at cox won by one length The final race of the regular season was with Salisbury the following Saturday May 70 Trying for an undefeated season the First Boat won by IM? lengths The Second Boat triumphed over the previously unbeaten Salisbury Seconds by two lengths and the Th1rds won by M a length Saturday May Z8 was the b1g racing ev nt the New England Champion Sh1PS at Lake Qu1ns1gamund 1n Worcester Massachusetts The Gunnery s ma1n competition seemed to be Exeter who was also entering the regatta undefeated In the first race of the day the Second Boat won 1ts heat over Choate by Mg of a length The First Boat won IIS heat from Exeter by open water In the afternoon finals the Seconds won over Exeter Sahsbury and Choate in the time of 4 48 The F 1rst Boat won IIS race and the New England Four Oared Shell Championshlp by IM lengths During the season the crew squad 1nclud1ng Fourth and Fifth Boats de feated 45 boats and lost to one Tom Hanan was elected Captam for the third t1me and Coach Beebe s post season smile shows promise of another great crew season next year. I!!! "1"'M SCHWABACHER 1 T515 1' HARMON One Hundred and Eleven t4f4" +4-4' r i ,J '--.-1. wg Vi' "7 Q-p One Hundred and Tu el1e 54-3-4- vq, 1 CN K R41 5 X IS TEA VARSITY TE Anderson Manage Mr I-Iumph ey Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery C oacb and Captain MR Curran, DAY W r VARSITY TENNIS Wooster Canterbury Westmmster Kent J V South Kent Gunnery SCOREBOARD Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery Gunnery 4 Canterbury Trmnty Pawhng Hotchkxss JV Berkshire Taft Ona Hundred and Thnleen S ................ 5 .................... 2 .......... 5 ' ' - ' ..... . 4 7 ' 2 7 SouthKent.............. 0 xl!! ME " jf an n n 5 U an 1222: lhg T amiga me fa iifli' " S 2 H14 iiiiiizii-is' our in magma sl use se ams 4 gg, gem, gg, Q'-S"'S SSH T if . :Es'::s'r.:z"a5 "" 53 2- + 5 5 afsasizarieffh igiggggg Q ,L 1, is 2 :ass DAY P SMITH 4 1' IE sg .2232 , Q lm 2419 :ESE 1 tra Mis' ABEL One Hundred and Fourteen 195 5 TENNIS REVIEW The Gunnery Tennis Team coached by Messers Carter Humphreys and Whrttall compiled a dazzlrng 11 1 record durmg rts 1955 campalgn though only two players were returning lettermen furthermore no team members graduated last sprmg a fact whrch brings high hopes for an undefeated slate rn 1956 Frrst to be crushed by The Gunnery nermen was Wooster by a 5 2 score at Danbury I-lerzrg Smrth and Freeman at the second thrrd and fifth posmons for Gunnery outclassed therr singles opponents Whrle rn the doubles Herzlg and Smith again were vrctorrous as were Pete Day and Marty Abel Then Canterbury was downed on Gunnerys courts rn a 6 1 rout Day I-lerzrg Smith and Abel playing rn the first four singles slots for the Red and Gray scored vrctorres and both doubles teams also outscored their opponents Then the squad yourneyed to Wesrmrnster where rt pounded out an rmpres srve 7 2 victory Day Herzrg and Smrth agam were victors and Freeman and C Smrth at five and srx posrtrons added two more pomts to the Red and Gray total The second and thrrd doubles reams then defeated therr counterparts though the first duet defaulted nts match Kent s Jay Vees then fell before The Gunnery juggernaut rn a 6 3 skrrmrsh Day Herzrg P Smrth and Abel were vrctornous rn their srngles matches while the first two doubles teams also eeked our victories The Red and Gray powerhouse then put on a stunning performance xn shutting out South Kent 7 0 Day elected as this years Capram Pete Smrth Herzrg, Abel, and Charley Smith, rn that order, routed their opponents, as both doubles teams then coasted to vrctory Then the determmed Gunnery raquetmen ground out a well earned 5 4 victory over a powerful Trmrty Pawlrng squad Pete Smith, Herzrg, Abel, and l -is Q-. a V ,V 5 4 9 ftfggm t ae 5- 1 ,l in it 14 lr , p A , ,Q rf- - A - 1 g as-v as - - .-new-'ex , H- W - 1 T EE, Jgi Zi E 4 ,J Qkyitzir Q vi Ez! 1 F is g.l ,Z 'it '- ,il . , .' 5-s"" "' -, .. 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A We itz FREEMAN 195 5 TENNIS REVIEW Charley Sm1th racked up valuable s1ngles vnctornes in the second fifth posntrons wmle 1n the doubles Herzlg and Smith chnched the win for the Big Red netmen with an exciting three set second doubles victory The Hotchklss J V then defeated the cocky netmen rn a 6 3 upset on our own courts Day Pete Sm1th and Herzrg were singles wlnners though rn no other matches could the team score another wm South Kent was agam shut out by The Gunnery net squad 7 O the Big Red stattrng a long undefeated strlng at th1s point The Red and Gray Tennrs Team then overpowered a strong Berkshire squad 5 2 PeteSm1th Day and Herzxg at one two three respectnvely defeated their opponents as d1d John Freeman at the fifth slot The first doubles team accounted for Gunnery s fifth tally beanng out Berkshnre s duo rn a close match Tafts JV was next to be overcome by the Big Red contingent by a 7M IM score Pete Smith Day Herzng Abel and Charley Sm1th were singles vrctors the first two doubles teams also tallied for the Red and Gray but the third duet s match was tamed out The net squad then met stiff oppos1t1on on Canterburys courts finally managing to eeke out a 4 3 v1ctory Pete Smith Day and Herzlg again downed thexr opponents IH snngles and Herzxg and Sm1th scored the decldmg polnt rn a hard fought first doubles match Gunnerys Tennls Team ended a very successful season with a sparkling 9 0 shutout over HOpklHS Grammar as john Herzlg and Pete Smith completed thelr perfect singles records At the team party Pete Smith was elected Captarn for the 1956 campaign, the appointment of next year s manager was postponed until next sprrng li! 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' A X, AWARDS 4 RTI-il THE GUNNERY PRIZE AWARDS ONE HUNDRED FIFTH COMMENCEMENT Hzghert Scholar m SMITI-I Second H zghext MILTON H zghert Scholar zn Hzghext Scholar zrz H zghert Scholar rn t Hzghest Scholar m f Greatert S cholamc Alumm Scholarfhzfp Henry Adam: Memorial EDWARD Awarded to that boy deservmg and havrng a record of hrgh Guy Rrchard: McLane Memorzal ROBERT PARKIN ann o that boy who deserves If by nn GUIC-NB IV WILLCOX BBLFANTI Excellence m LIND BAIN Exellence m LEVASSBUR m Mathemancr NIXON WILLOOX Mechamcal MCKBRNON JR BUFFINGTON MERRILL JR Przze m Spellmg PETER HOPKINSON SMITH rd at The Gunnery The Samronog Prrze an Penmamh Sci-IAFRR master of The r K0 I R Juruor Class from the State o 0 requlrmg such ard best exempllhes the qualxtles of tenacrty wnll to succeed personal mtegrrty unselfishness and good wIll to men whrch charac terlze Henry B Van Smderen the chief executIve and gurde of those esrablrshmg the award Mr Van Smderen was President of The Gunnerys Board of Trustees from 1922 to 1952 One Hundred and Eighteen 1 e estrmatron of the acu ty as shown the greatest progress In Scrence throughout hrs preparatory course School Hutory Prize WILLIAM PAUL FRIED!-IBIM For excellence and Interest In Hrstory The Hallman Pnze an Umted State: Hntory- ALAN LIND BAD! 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'l l 1 h e 'ID ' I' MA ' :" el rc A ' ' Awarded I a 'I gl' Q g!,A. . . -- o at 4 n -. - ' - CUM LAUDE ALAN LIND BAIN JAMES NIXON WILLCOX SPECIAL AND GENERAL AWARDS The Gunnery Cup Awarded a character and most largely to to that boy shall have success of the DAVID PHILLIPS of the and dependa actIvItIes success of the Headmarter'.f Prrze Awarded to Class who by hIs bI1Ity In studIes has contrxbuted School Year Cmzenrbzp Prrze LEVINE Establrshed In 1 graduate for Class who In the and Faculty has at The Gunnery In experIences to adult cItIzen and Edward Fuller Barner Presented to the boy who Faculty and Student those qualItIes of frxendlmess whlch are whose memory the award IS made Newr Award DAVID PHILLIPS n recognItIon of hIs achieve HILLMAN Brrnsmade as and mother or Interest combmes an people wIth a Pnze JOHNSON estImatIon of e IS always Harvard Club MERRILL JR t e Headmaster nd the boys by vrrtue of Presented to the consultatIon wnth shall deem and c Przze ATRICK HINBS 1950 Norman Couch of an ardent craftsman that Gunnery boy who shown the greatest Interest In whose knowledge of tools therr and proper care has been noteworthy to that boy who catches brook, brown or raInbow trout In waters wrthm CHA P SEK The Azblenc Cup DWIGHT DANIELL MILLER Gunther Football Award- Awarded to that boy who has contrlbuted most to the success of athletIcs durmg the School Year by hIs efforts achxevements and Splflf of cooperauon GILBERT RICHARD WILLIAMS Awarded each year to the most valuable player In football In the estImatIon of hlS coaches and team mates Factors consIdered In makmg the award are playrng abIlIty and performance constructnve leadershrp and unselfish devotnon to team work One Hundred and N Ineteen "' U JR. to , . f , A to ' 1 . 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' ..f :I . , ",,, 1, . , , W I , R SCHOOL DIRECTORY Abel Martin Jesse 3 Cool1dge Avenue Baldwrn New York Adams Kenneth McLennan Town House Apt 63 Cutler M111 Rd Great Neck L I N Y Alflefl joseph Anthony jr Anderson jon Farquhar Ba1n Alan L1nd Ba1dw1n Nathan1el Plaren Ba1dw1n R1chard Drake Ballant1ne W1l11am Parke Bancroft Davrd Ph11l1PS Beach B1a1r Waldron Becker Thomas H1nkson Beckw1th George Sutherland Belfant1 Paul Mart1n Belfantr Theodore Maffln Bellemore Walter Albert Best Albert Bruce Bl1nder Robert Br1stoll Donald Andrews Brod1e john Galbrarth Brown Geoffrey N Case Dav1d Knowlton Chambers EClWl1'1J21ITlCSOI'l Chatfield Robert Brewster Chess Harvey Buchanan IV Colman onathan Crayder Conley James FFHHCIS Crosby Charles Hayes Crow W1l11am Dav1d Damon Wllllam Cotton III Day Irvrng Meade II1 de Gu1gne Chr1st1an IV D1em Mtchael Henry D1l1on john Franc1s D1ls R1chard Charles Dodsworth Rob1n G1les Ebers Robert MacKay Edgar Charles Coe Ellxs, Wllllam Grenv11le Emerson Peter on Faragher Anthony Th1Sf1CIhWa1IC Farlow joel Chr1stopher Fe1he1m Robert Lasalle Foster James joseph Fox Donald Graham 3500 Ma1n Street Brrdgeport 6 Connectrcut Murlyn Road Mt Carmel CODHCCIICUI 7 Goodyers Avenue Radlett Herts England 102 Tr1phammer Road Ithaca New York 279 Ma1n Street TOfflUgIOH Connect1cut Corey Lane Mendham New Jersey 40 West Elm Street GfCCUWlCh COUHCCIICUI 36 Leom1nster Road Br1stol Connect1cut 11 Park Avenue GfCCUWlCh Connect1cut South Street L1tchF1e1d COHUCCIICUI Washmgton Depot Connect1cut 9 Deerfield Place Beacon New York 86 Helo1se Street Hamden Connect1cut L Ancely 29 Rue des Pyram1ds Par1s 1er France 227 Tappan Street Brook11ne Massachusetts 91 Randecker Lane Kensmgton Connectrcut 913 West Gray Street E1m1ra New York 98 Putnam Park GfCCHWlCh Connect1cut 14 Saxon Road Worcester Massachusetts 24 St john s Place Chappaqua New York Ansoma Road WOOdbf1dgC 15 Connect1cut Wash1ngton Connect1cut Br1dgewater Connecucut 912 Corb1n Avenue New Br1ta1n Connectncut 454 R1vers1de DIIVC New York 27 New York 297 Glen Avenue Short H11ls New jersey Ivanhoe Lane Greenw1ch Connecncut 891 Crystal Spr1ngs Road San Mateo Calrforma South Street L1tchf1eld Connectrcut 177 Be11a1r Road R1dgewooc1 New Jersey Old South Road Washmgton Connect1cut 1356 MHdlSOH Avenue New York New York W3Sh1HgIOH Depot Connect1cut Round H111 Road GfCCHW1Ch Connectlcut 11 Grant Place Red Bank New ersey East Lake Road Auburn New York 27 Buckmgham Street Rochester 4 New York 1 Sherwood Terrace Yonkers 4 New York 235 East 75rd Street New York New York 125 Howe Avenue Shelton Connect1cut 168 Carpenter Avenue Merxden Connectrcut Freeman ohn Andrew Mefflll Dav1d 2 BIEICISWCCI Lane Scarsdale New York Fr1edhe1m W1l11am Paul Fuller james Robert Gary CUIIIS Case Jr Gaze Dav1d George Glassberg Roy Ira Greene Lee Fenton Grenthal M1chae1 Gr1ggs john Leav1tt II Hagyard Stanley Benton Hall Gordon Westcott Hanan Thomas MacQueen Harmon Denn1s Leo jr One Hundred and Twenty 28 Strathmore Lane Rockv11le Centre New York 68 Central Street Andover Massachusetts 155 Chr1st1e H111 Road Dar1en Connecttcut Washtngton Connect1cut 759 GCOfg1H Avenue Brooklyn New York 403 D1ckman Road Fort Sam Houston Texas v08 East 79th Street New York New York 36 North Monroe Street RldgCWOOd New Jersey 56 Spad1ne Parkway Prttsfield Massachusetts Godfrey Road Weston Westport Connectrcut 598 Bayvrew Avenue Douglaston New York Forest H111 Road Dar1en Connectlcut , . ............................,... ,............... 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