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the Cauldron Board 
have endeavored to make this yearbook 
a suitable companion for our classmates 
through all the years to come. 

It is our hope that twenty years from 
now, the 1942 Cauldron will do a 
masterful job in summoning up new 
thoughts of old friends. 

Our best efforts are in this book. May 
it bring as much pleasure to our class- 
mates as it did to us. 



George B. Crowdis . . . Editor-in-Chief 
William W. Robinson . . . Business Manager 
Richard H. Leland . . . Managing Editor 
Andrew W. Whites . . . Managing Editor 
Alfred G. Irish . . . Photographic Editor 
Henry Peterson . . . Photographic Editor 
Arthur E. Church, Jr. . . . Informal Picture Editor 



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Nineteen Forty-Two 



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NORTHEASTERN 
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e, the Class of 1942, dedicate our yearbook to the 
men who would have graduated with us had not they 
joined the armed forces of the United States. 

To them, the vanguard of our Class, we ask that the 
blessings of God be with them as they strive to perform 
to the best of their abilities, the assignment asked of them. 




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JOHN R. BARTELSON 

KENNETH BRIERLEY 

RALPH W. BURNS 

LEONARD A. CALDWELL 

FRANCIS W. CUMM1NGS 

EUGENE H. GARLICK 

EDMUND C. MONTI 

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ADMINISTRATION 

Pages 9 to 28 

SENIORS 

Pages 29 to 118 

ACTIVITIES 

Pages 119 to 152 

ATOLETIES 

Pages 153 to 167 

DIRECTORY 

Pages 1 72 to 192 




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ROBERT GRAY DODGE 
Chairman 



FRANK LINCOLN RICHARDSON 

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CARL STEPHENS ELL 
President of the University 



GALEN DAVID LIGHT 

Secretary and Treasurer 



Joseph Florence Abbott 
Charles Francis Adams 
Wilman Edward Adams 
Roger Amory 
Henry Nathaniel Andrews 
Robert Baldwin 
Arthur Atwood Ballantine 
George Louis Barnes 
Thomas Prince Beal 
Farwell Gregg Bemis 
Henry Goddard Bradlee 
George Arthur Burnham 
Godfrey Lowell Cabot 
Paul Codman Cabot 
Winlhrop L. Carter 
Walter Channing 
William Converse Chick 
Everett Avery Churchill 
Paul Foster Clark 
Sears B. Condit 
Albert Morton Creighton 
Ernest Blaney Dane 
William James Davidson 
James Dean 
Paul Augustus Draper 
Charles Francis Eaton 
William Partridge Ellison 
Joseph Buell Ely 
John Welles Farley 
Frederic Harold Fay 
Allan Forbes 
Edward J. Frost 
Franklin Wile Ganse 
Harvey Dow Gibson 
Merrill Griswold 
Henry Ingraham Harriman 
Chandler Hovey 
Weston Howland 
Howard Munson Hubbard 
Maynard Hutchinson 
Arthur Stoddard Johnson 



Frank Howard Lahey 

Halfdan Lee 

Edward Abbott MacMaster 

John Russell Maeomber 

George Arthur Mallion 

Joseph Patrick Manning 

Albert Edward Marshall 

Harold Francis Mason 

James Franklin McElwain 

Hugh Dean McLellan 

Fred Lester Morgan 

Irving Edwin Moultrop 

Clarence Lucian Newton 

Olaf Olsen 

Augustin Hamilton Parker, Jr. 

George Edwin Pierce 

Roger Pierce 

Matthew Porosky 

Frederick Sanford Pratt 

Roger Preston 

Harry Wendell Prout 

Sidney Rabinovitz 

Stuart Craig Rand 

James Lorin Richards 

Charles Milton Rogerson 

Robert Billings Rugg 

Leverett Saltonstall 

Russell Maryland Sanders 

Frank Palmer Speare 

Russell Henry Stafford 

Francis Robert Carnegie Steele 

Charles Stetson 

Earl Place Stevenson 

Robert Treat Paine Storer 

Frank Horace Stuart 

Edward Watson Supple 

Mahlon Edward Traylor 

Eliot Wadsworth 

Eustis Walcott 

Edwin Sibley Webster 

Sinclair Weeks 



NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY CORPORATION 




CARL STEPHENS ELL 

A.B., M.S., ED.M., SC.D. 



THE PRESIDENT 




EVERETT AVERY CHURCHILL 

A.B., ED.D. 

Vice-President of the University 



GALEN DAVID LIGHT 

A.B. 

Secretary- Treasurer of the 

University 




WILLIAM CROMBIE WHITE 

S.B., ED.M. 

Director of Day Colleges and Dean 
of the College of Engineering 





ASA SMALLIDGE KNOWLES 

A.B., M.A. 

Dean of the College of Business 
Administration 



CHARLES W. HA VICE 

A.B., M.A., S.T.B., PH.D. 

Dean of Chapel 





MILTON J. 


J. KENNETH 


JOHN B. PUGSLEY 


FRANK G. AVERILL 


SCHLAGENHAUF 


STEVENSON 


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A.B. 


A.B., B.D., M.A. 


B.C.S. 


University Registrar and 


Assistant Secretary 


Director of Admissions 


Assistant to the 
Vice-President 


Professor of Geology 


of the University 



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HAROLD WESLEY MELVIN 

A.B., M.A. 

Dean of Students 



WILFRED STANLEY LAKE 

A.B., M.A., PH.D. 

Dean of the College of Liberal Arts 






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UNDERHILL 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

ASA S. KNOWLES, A.B., MA. 

Dean of the College of Business Administration and 

Professor of Industrial Administration 

ALFRED D'ALESSANDRO, B.C S., LL.B. C.P.A., M.BA. 
Professor of Accounting 

JULIAN E. JACKSON, A.B., LL.B., M.B.A. 

Professor of Business Law and Management 

GEORGE R. FENNELL. S.B., M B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Marketing and Assistant Director 

of Admissions 

HURSHEL E. UNDERHILL, S.B., M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Banking and Finance 

ROBERT A. JOHNSTON, A.B., M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Retail Merchandising 

JOSEPH M. GOLEMME, SB., M.A. 
Instructor in Accounting 

LYMAN A. KEITH, S.B., M.A. 

Instructor in Industrial Administration 

LORING M. THOMPSON, S.B. 
Instructor in Industrial Administration 




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ENGLISH 

HAROLD W. MELVIN, A.B., M.A. 

Dean of Students; Professor of English and 

Chairman of the Department 

FREDERICK W. HOLMES, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English 

EVERETT C. MARSTON, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English 

WILLIAM T. CLONEY, JR., A.B. 

Assistant Professor of English and Director of the 

Publicity Bureau 

PAUL E. REYNOLDS, A.B., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of English 

FRANKLIN NORVISH, S..B, M.A. 

Instructor in English 

RANDALL W. HOFFMANN, S.B., M.A. 
Instructor in English 

STUART EDGERLY, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in English 

R. LAWRENCE CAPON, S.B., M.A. 
Instructor in English 





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SOCIAL SCIENCES 

CHARLES W. HA VICE, A.B., MA., S.T.B. Ph.D. 

Dean of Chapel; Professor of Sociology and Chairman 

of the Department; Faculty Adviser of the 

Northeastern Student Union 

STANLEY G. ESTES, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology and Chairman of 

the Department 

RUDOLPH M. MORRIS. S.B., Ed.M. 

Assistant Professor of Education and Secretary of 

the Faculty 

WILLIAM J PINARD, A.B., M.A., Ed.M., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

ELMER H. CUTTS. A.B., M.A., Ph. D. 

Assistant Professor of History and Government 

ALBERT J. LYND, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of History and Government 



MODERN LANGUAGES 

CHARLES F. BARNASON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Modern Languages and Chairman of 

the Department 

ANTONIO L. MEZZACAPPA, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 

LOUIS COOPERSTEIN, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor in Modern Languages 




BARNASON 



MEZZACAPPA 



COOPERSTEIN 



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CHEMISTRY 

ARTHUR A. VERNON, S.B., M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry and Chairman oj the 

Department; Director of Graduate Study 

SAMUEL A. S. STRAHAN, S.B. 
Professor of Chemistry 

WALDEMAR S. McGUIRE, S.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

SAVERIO ZUFFANTI, S.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

WILLIAM F. LUDER, A.B., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

NORMAN A. DUBOIS, SB., M.A., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Chemistry 

LAURENT O. DUBOIS, S.B., M.S. 
Instructor in Chemistry 




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BIOLOGY 

STANLEY D. MIROYIANNIS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Department 

ALFRED J. THOMSON, S.B, M.A. 
Instructor in Biology 




MIROYIANNIS 



THOMPSON 



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CLEVELAND 




ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROLAND G. PORTER, B.E.E., M.S. 

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Chairman of 

the Department 

WILLIAM L. SMITH, S.B., Eng.D. 

Professor of Electrical Engineering 

HENRY E. RICHARDS, S.B., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering 

LAURENCE F. CLEVELAND, SB., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 

GEORGE E. PHIL, S.B., M.S. 
Instructor in Electrical Engineering 

MARTIN W. ESSIGMANN, S.B. 
Instructor in Electrical Engineering 



CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

CHESTER P. BAKER, S.B., M.A. 

Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chairman of 

the Department 

FREDERICK S. BACON, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering 

RALPH A. TROUPE, S.B., M.S. 
Instructor in Chemical Engineering 




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DRAWING 

ELIOT F. TOZER, S.B. 

Professor of Drawing and Chairman ot fhe Department 

GEORGE H. MESERVE, Jr., S.B., Ed.M. 
Associate Professor of Drawing 

JOHN J. DEVINE, S.B., Sc.M. 
Assistant Professor of Drawing 

GUSTAV ROOK, S.B. 
Instructor in Drawing 

MERTON F. BANKS, S.B. 
Instructor in Drawing 

EUGENE G. PARE, S.B., Ed.M. 
Instructor in Draiving 

CHARLES P. ENGELHARDT, S.B., M.Arch. 
Instructor in Drawing 



INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT BRUCE, B.C.S., M.C.S. 

Professor of Accounting and Acting Chairman of the 

Department of Industrial Engineering 

FREDERICK R. HENDERSON, S.B., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, Assistant 

to the Dean of Engineering, and Director of 

the Engineering, Science, and Management 

Defense Training 





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HENDERSON 



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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JOSEPH W. ZELLER, S.B., M.E. 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman 
of the Department 

ALFRED J. FERRETTI, S.B., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

FREDERICK A. STEARNS, S.B., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

ALBERT E. WHITTAKER, S.B., Ed.M. 
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

WAYLAND S. BAILEY, S.B., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

CHESTER H. WOLOWICZ, SB., M.S. 
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 

DUNCAN W. SEAVEY, S.B., M.S. 
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 

ALBERT K. SCHMIEDER, S.B. 
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 






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SCHMIEDER 



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CRAMSTORFF 



SANDERSON 



CIVIL ENGINEERING 

EMIL A. GRAMSTORFF, S.B., M.S. 

Professor of Civil Engineering and Chairman of 

the Department 

CHARLES O. BAIRD, Jr., S.B. 
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 

ALBERT E. SANDERSON, Jr., S.B. 
Instructor in Civil Engineering 

ERNEST L. SPENCER, S.B. 
Instructor in Civil Engineering 



ECONOMICS 

WILFRED S. LAKE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Dean of the College of Liberal Arts; Professor of 

Economics and Chairman of the Department 

ROGER S. HAMILTON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Economics 

CHARLES M. RAMSEY, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Economics 







HAMILTON 



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COMBELLACK 





MATHEMATICS 

JOSEPH SPEAR, A.B.. M.A. 

Professor oj Mathematics and Chairman oj 

the Department 

ELMER E. HASKINS, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

WILFRED J. COMBELLACK, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

EDWARD M. COOK, A.B. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

WARREN C. DEAN, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor in Mathematics 

THOMAS H. WALLACE, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

EAUL K. BOWEN, S.B. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

HARRY FERGUSON, S.B. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

SAMUEL A. STONE, S.B., M.S. 
Instructor in Mathematics 






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NIGHTINGALE 



CO-OPERATIVE WORK 

WINTHROP E. NIGHTINGALE, A.B., S.B., Ed.M. 

Director of Co-operative Work and Professor 

of Co-ordination 

GEORGE W. TOWLE, SB. 
Associate Professor of Co-ordination 

ALBERT E. EVERETT, S.B., M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Co-ordination 

JOHN C. MORGAN, S.B. 

Assistant Professor of Co-ordination 

RUDOLF O. OBERG, S.B., Ed.M. 
Assistant Professor of Co-ordination 

VERNER O. NELSON 
Instructor in Co-ordination 

ELLIS M. PURINTON, B.B.A. 

Instructor in Co-ordination 
WARREN L. GANONG, SB. 

Instructor in Co-ordination 








MaCKENZIE 




STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

EDWARD S. PARSONS, S.B., Ed.M. 

Director of Student Activities and Professor of 

Physical Education 

GERALD R. TATTON, S.B., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education and 

Head Coach of Track 

HENRY A. KONTOFF, M.D. 

College Physician 

DONALD H. MacKENZIE, S.B., Ed.M. 

Assistant to the Director of Student Activities and 

Instructor in Chemistry 

JAMES W. DUNN, A.B. 

Instructor in Physical Education and Head Coach of 

Football and Basketball 

HERBERT W. GALLAGHER, S.B. 
Head Coach of Hockey and Baseball 

EMMANUEL FLUMERE, A.B. 
Instructor in Physical Education 

ROBERT E. LAVEAGA, B.P.Ed., Ed.M. 
Instructor in Physical Education 

WILLIAM C. HULTGREN 
Instructor in Physical Education 






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MUCKENHOUPT 



COOLIDCE 



PHYSICS 

CARL F. MUCKENHOUPT, A.B., S.B., Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics and Chairman of the Department 

JOSEPH, A. COOLIDGE, S.B., M.A. 

Professor of Physics 

C. DAVID JOHNSON, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 

GEORGE B. WELCH, S.B., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 

REGINALD G. LACOUNT, S.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 



GRADUATE ASSISTANTS 

ROBERT HARRINGTON, S.B. 
Graduate Assistant in Biology 

RUSSELL T. KENNEFICK, A.B. 
Graduate Assistant in Economics 

REGINALD C. THOMAS, S.B. 
Graduate Assistant in Biology 




LACOUNT 






HARRINGTON 



KENNEFICK 





TEACHING FELLOWS 

ROBERT H. AVERY, A.B. 

Teaching Fellow in Chemistry 

JOHN H. BOYAJIAN, S.B. 
Teaching Fellow in Physics 

WILLIAM H. BROMLEY, Jr., S.B. 
Teaching Fellow in Chemistry 

NOEL CONRADE, S.B. 
Teaching Fellow in Chemistry 

ALVIN R. INGRAM, S.B. 
Teaching Fellow in Chemistry 

WARREN E. LUX, A.B. 
Teaching Fellow in Chemistry 

JOHN P. MASTERSON, S.B. 

Teaching Fellow in Chemistry 

FRANCIS R. NITCHIE, Jr., A.B. 

Teaching Fellow in Physics 

WILLIAM WALLACE, S.B. 
Teaching Fellow in Physics 




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GERALD R. TATTON 



Born August 26, 1906 in 
Winchester, Gerald Russell 
Tatton moved to Medford early 
in his childhood and was edu- 
cated in the Medford Public, 
Schools Graduating from Med- 
ford High School with the 
Class of 1924, he entered 
Northeastern University the fol- 
lowing September and was 
graduated with honors with a 
B.A. degree in 1928. He was 
the nineteenth person to be 
inducted into the Sigma So- 
ciety. 

Appointed to the faculty staff 
during the following summer, 
Mr. Tatton assumed the duties 
of instructor of advertising and 
assistant Track Coach. He 
brought his first two freshman 
track teams through their sea- 
sons undefeated. 

When the class of 1942 en- 
tered Northeastern Professor 
Tatton was appointed Head 
Track Coach. Last year, the 
first team which he had men- 
tored for four years, went 
through the season undefeated 
in dual meets. A similar un- 
defeated record is held this 
year. 

Professor Tatton received his 
B.S. at Northeastern and his 
M.B.A. at Boston University. 
He married Thelma Henderson 
and is father of a boy aged 
nine and a girl aged five. 



As bewildered Freshmen not fully oriented to the University, we admired 
Gerry Tatton. In his first chat in Bates Hall he talked straight — told us briefly 
what he had to say, and sat down. 

Through a myriad of class meetings his guiding voice brought conflicting 
forces together into a permanent unity. He never forbade anything — he just 
advised. His unobtrusive interjection into the discussion — "Look, fellows, 
here's what I suggest." — was always appreciated and usually carried out. 

As Seniors, scholastically and socially more mature, we salute the man who 
contributed immeasurably toward that development — Professor Gerald Tatton. 



ADVISOR TD THE CLASS OF 1942 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




First Row. leit In right: Robinson. Laakso. Sanford. 
Second Row, left to right: Hill, Crowdis, Smith, Prol. Tatton, Willian 



DIVISION A 

James F. Sanford 

William J. Cobb 

George B. Crowdis 

Dean Williams 



Presidents 

] ice-Presidents 

Secretaries 

Treasurers 



DIVISION B 

Rudolph A. Laakso 

William W. Robinson 

Dana L. Hill 

Duane G. Smith 



JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE 




First Row: William Robinson, Gordon Brown. J-hn Chipman. Prof Tatton. Walter Hays 
Second Row, left to right: Dean Williams. Richard Wadleigh, Thomas Likos. Ray Juusola, Wil 
Sanborn, Philip Bailey. 

SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE 




First Row: Rov Jim 
Second Row, left to right: Warren Be 



William Robin on. Francis Greenleaf. 
Carl Hoffman. James Sanf rd. Prof. Tatton. Gordo 
. Dean Williams. 



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CHARLES F. ABEND 

Mechanical Engineering 
305 Parrish Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

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Activities: 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Grand Councillor 5; Interfra- 
ternity Council President 5 ; U. S. Naval Reserve ; 

A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Northeastern University, Boston Laboratory Assistant 



WILLIAM D. A BE RLE 

Industrial Engineering 
85 Newtonville Avenue, Newton 

Activities: 

Track 1, 2; S.A.M. Vice-President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Boston 



Planning Dept. 



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NATHAN D. ABRAMS 

Sales Management and Advertising 
193 Campbell Avenue, Revere 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Orchestra 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

Ford Theatrical Agency, Boston Entertainer 

Tic-Toe Theatre Restaurant, Boston Headwaiter, Cashier 

J Slotnik and Co., Boston; Inspector and 

Kittery, Me.; Baltimore, Md. Engineer's Assistant 



BERNARD ADLER 

Electrical Engineering 
28 Lancaster Street, Quincy 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3, 4; Camera Club 1; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Bethlehem Steel Corp., Quincy 

Electrical Installation and Layout, Drafting 




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HENRY W. AINSLIE Jr 

Mechanical Engineering 
Beechwood Street, Cohasset 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative W ork: 

B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park Drafts 



ROBERT B. AKELL 

Chemical Engineering 
23 Intervale Street, Boston 

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Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Fraternity 
Scribe 4; Vice-Chancellor 5. 

Cooperative Jfork: 

Walter Channing, Inc., Boston Cartographer 

Polaroid Corp., Cambridge Research Technician 





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LYMAN S. ALLEN 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
877 Washington Street, Gloucester 
Activities : 
N.V.C.S.; A.C.S. 



DOMINIC AMARA 

Electrical Engineering 
18 Chambers Street, Boston 

Activities : 

Dean's List 3, 4, 5; Radio Club 3; C.P.T.P., 4; A.I.E.E.; 

I.R.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Northeastern University, Boston Laboratory Assistant 



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CHARLES 0. ANDERSON 

Industrial Administration 
360 Arlington Street, Watertown 

$BA 
Activities: 

Fraternity Vice-President 4; Hus-Skiers Treasurer 5. 
Cooperative Work: 

H. P. Hood and Son, Charlestown Messenger 

Hygrade Sylvania Corp., Salem Cost Clerk 



EARL N. ANDERSON 

Chemical Engineering 
8 Brown Place, Woburn 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Yacht Club 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Repairman 

Rand Avery Co., Boston Printer's Helper 




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CARLTON R. ANDREWS 

Industrial Engineering 
28 Burnham Street, Belmont 

Activities: 

Track 1; Camera Club 3; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 



Rudolph Beaver, Inc., Belmont 
Sanborn Co., Cambridge 



Machinist 
Repair Man 



JOSEPH P. ANDREWS 

Accounting 
Edgartown Road. Vinyard Haven 

Activities: 

Sigma Society, President 5; Freshman Honor List; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Sears B. Condit Award 5 ; Refugee 
Committee 2; Law and Accounting Club 3, 4, 5; Dean's 
Cabinet 3, 4 ; Junior Cauldron Staff 4 ; Glee Club 1, 2 ; 
"Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" 4, 
5; S.A.M. Vice-President 3; Public Speaking Contest, 
Second Prize 5 ; Delegate to Pan-American Convention 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Lynn Cost Analyst 

Blacksmith Shop Restaurant, Wellesley Auditor 







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CLEMENT R. AUDET 



Mechanical Engineering 
51 Salem Street, Salem 



Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., 

Cambridge 

General Electric Co., 

Lynn 



Apprentice Machinist and 

Chief Repair Parts Maker 

Forge Shop Planning Dept. 

and Planning Assistant 



STANLEY E. BABCOCK 

Industrial Engineering 
R.F.D. No. 1, Binghamton, N. Y. 

BrE 
Activities: 

Empire State Club 1; Soaring Society 4; Dramatic Socie- 
ty 5; Track 1; Cheerleader 3; Interfraternity Basketball 

3, 4; S.A.M.; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

New York State Electric and Surveying and 

Gas Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Designing 

Standard Oil Co. of New York, Night Plant 

Binghamton, N. Y. Superintendent 




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VINCENT BADALA 

Mechanical Engineering 
14 Chambers Street, Arlington 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List, Banjo Club 1, 2, Leader 3; 
A.S.M.E. Treasurer 4, President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

Sturtevant, Hyde Park Draftsman 



PHILIP H. BAILEY 

Chemical Engineering 
Cole 1 Terrace, Randolph 

Activities: 

Class Secretary 1 ; Executive Council 1 ; Junior Prom 

Committee; Student Council 5; A.I.Ch.E. Treasurer 4. 

Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 

Universities. 

Cooperative Work: 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc., Research and 

Newtonville Development Laboratory 




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DOMINIC O. BARBIERO 

Accounting 
181 High Street, Naugatuck, Conn. 

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Activities: 

Law and Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary and 

Treasurer 1 ; Interfraternity Basketball 4 ; Fraternity 

Treasurer 4, 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Naugatuck Dairy Ice Cream Co., Salesman 

Naugatuck, Conn. 



JOHN E. BARCLAY Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 
24 Lexington Street, Brockton 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Camera Club 1; Ensign U. S. 
Naval Reserve. 



Cooperative Work: 

B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park 

J. W. Greer Co., Cambridge 



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Draftsman 
Draftsman 



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EDWARD C. BARMAKIAN 

Electrical Engineering 
52 Salisbury Road, Watertown 

Activities : 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. Executive Committee 3 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern University, Boston Laboratory Assistant 



LEONARD B. BARNES 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
17 Brookfield Road, Waltham 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Hockey 1; Glee Club 3; International 
Relations Club 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Globe Newspaper Co., Boston Messenger, Office Boy 




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JOSEPH J. BARONE 

Mechanical Engineering 
322 Willow Street, Waterbury, Conn. 

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Activities: 

Dean's List 3 ; Basketball 1 ; Baseball 1 ; Fraternity 

Secretary 3, House Manager 4, Treasurer 5; Interfra- 

temity Vice-President 4; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Waterbury Tool Co., Waterbury, Conn. Tracer 

Eagle Lock Co., Terryville, Conn. Draftsman 



OTTO G. BARTELS 

Chemical Engineering 
376 Amostown Road, West Springfield 

AK2 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 5; Fraternity 
Acting Scribe 4, 5; Astronomy Club 1, 2; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Stanley Home Products, Inc., Laboratory 

Westfield Technician 




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RAY H. BARTLETT Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 
31 Mountford Road, Newton Highlands 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 4; Class Executive 

Council 5; Ensign U. S. Naval Reserve; Rifle Club 5; 

A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park 
Sanborn Co., Cambridge 
Sherman Paper Products, 
Newton 

MacDonald Bros., Inc., Boston 
U. S. Naval Reserve Air Base, 
Squantum 




Draftsman 

Sheet Metal Worker 

Emergency 

Repair Man 

Draftsman 

Ensign, Aviation 

Engineering 



ARTHUR R. BARZELAY 

Mechanical Engineering 
58 Porter Street, Maiden 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 

2, 3, 4, 5; Class Executive Council 3, 4; Basketball 1; 

A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Instrument Repair 

War Department, Boston Engineering Aide 



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ARTHUR J. BATEY 

Industrial Engineering 
83 High Street, Newton Upper Falls 

Activities: 

Camera Club 1, 2, 3; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Metabulist 



DOUGLAS F. BAXTER 

Mechanical Engineering 
53 Chaske Avenue, Auburndale 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Mac! 




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JOHN J. BEGLEY 

Mechanical Engineering 
17 Cufflin Street, Brighton 
Activities: 
Hockey 1; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park Draftsman 



WILBUR C. BELL 

Mechanical Engineering 
324 Main Street, South Portland, Me. 



Activities: 
A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 
Sanborn Co., Cambridge 



Governors 




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ANTHONY R. BENEDETTO 

Civil Engineering 
9 Brook Avenue, Wakefield 

Activities: 

N.U.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; A.S.C.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

John Rand, Civil Engineer, 

Melrose 

W. S. Crocker, Civil Engineer. 

Boston 

J. Selwyn, Civil Engineer, 

Belmont 

Whitman and Howard, Consulting 



Engineer, Boston 



Instrument Man, 

Drafting 

Drafting Computor, 

Rodman 

Transitman, Chief 

of Party 

Instrumant Man, 

Computor, Draftsman 



JOHN M. BENTLEY 

Industrial Engineering 
4 Bradford Road, Newton Highlands 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 4, 5; Class Executive 
Council 1, 4, 5; Glee Club 1; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park Draftsman 

Warren Steam Pump Co., Inc., Warren Draftsman 

and Stores Control 




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CARL H. BERGSTROM 

Mechanical Engineering 
19 Summit Street, Hyde Park 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park Draft 



EARLE P. BLANCHARD 

Electrical Engineering 
51 South Washington Street, Whitman 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co., Hyde Park Soles Clerk 



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LAWRENCE S. BLOOM 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
46 Brookledge Street, Roxbury 

Activities: 

Astronomy Club 1; Sociology Club 5; Band 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

J. Bloom and Co., Boston Salesman 



WILLIAM W. BOULDRY 

Marketing and Advertising 
39 Bradwood Street, Roslindale 

Activities: 

Football 1, 2; Basketball Manager 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; 

SA.M. 
Cooperative Work: 
Thompson's Spa, Boston Salesman 



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WARREN T. BOUTELLE 

Civil Engineering 
130 Court Road, Winthrop 
Activities: 

Senior Week Committee; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Executive Committee 3, 4, 5; N.U.C.E.S.; B.S.C.E.; 

A.S.C.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

Hayden, Harding & Buchanan, Boston Rodman 

John F. Rand, Melrose Transitman 

Samuel M. Ellsworth, Boston Draftsman 



CHARLES A. BOYD 

Mechanical Engineering 
10 Kenrick Street, Brighton 
Activities: 
Hockey 1. 
Cooperative Work: 

Arute Bros., Inc., Construction 

New Britain, Conn. Engineer 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Bench and Shop Work 

Barnes & Jones, Inc., Jamaica Plain, Assembly 

Boston Navy Yard, Charlestown Inspector 




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CHESTER W. BRAY 

Electrical Engineering 
388 Essex Avenue, Gloucester 



Activities: 

Dean's List 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Vulcan Electric Co., Danvers 



Tester, Inspector 



JAMES C. BRENNAN 

Liberal Arts (English) 
27 Grant Street, Cambridge 

Activities : 

Hockey 1, 2, 3; Football 2. 





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EMERY E. BROWN 

Accounting 
20 Chester Road, Belmont 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Law and Accounting Club 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Thompson's Spa, Boston, Section Man 

Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., Boston Rater 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 



FRED H. BROWN 

Mechanical Engineering 
8 Elm Street, Marblehead 



Cooperative Work: 
General Electric Co., Lynn 



Gear Hobber 



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GORDON H. BROWN 

Banking & Finance 
38 Bowdoin Street, Newton Highlands 

Activities: 

Dance Committee 2; Dance Chairman 3; Junior Prom 

Committee 4; Senior Week Committee 5; Banking and 

Finance 5, President 4; C.P.T.P. 4, 5; Hus-Skiers 

President 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Webster & Atlas National Bank, Boston 



Check Teller 



HERBERT N. BROWN 

Electrical Engineering 
7 Clay Street, Taunton 

Activities: 

Radio Club 4, 5; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., West Lynn Student Engineer 




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JAMES D. T. BROWN 

Mechanical Engineering 
201 St. Botolph Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Dean's List 2; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Program Adviser 4; 

Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Fencing Team 1; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Bureau for Industrial Research, Draftsman and 

Boston Designer 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Boston Mold Operator 

General Ship & Engineering Marine Draftsman 

Works, Boston and Designer 



RICHARD E. BROWN 

Sales Management 
19 Glenwood Circle, Lynn 

Activities : 

North Shore Club 2, 3; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

The Eastern Steamship Co., Boston Baggage Master 




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ROBERT I. BROWN 

Chemical Engineering 
15 Church Street, Manchester, Conn. 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Football 1; A.I.Ch.E., Nominating Com- 
mittee 2, Secretary 3, First Vice-President 4, 5; Ensign 
U. S. Naval Reserve 

Cooperative ft ork: 

E. L. Patch Co., Inc., Stonehani Laboratory Assistant 

Arthur D. Little, Inc., Research and 

Cambridge Development 



ROGER A. BROWN 

Civil Engineering 
71 Ocean Street, Dorchester 

Activities: 

N.U.C.E.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Henry F. Bryant and Sons, Brookline 

Boston Consolidated Gas Co., Boston 

U. S. Army Engineers, Boston 



Rodman 

Transit Man 

Inspector 




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DANIEL J. BUCKLEY, Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 
15 Linden Avenue, Maiden 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Band, Drum Major 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Assembly Work 

Wilkins Machine Shop, Everett, Machinist 

General Electric Co., Lynn Tool Planning 



ALDEN M. BURGHARDT 

Chemical Engineering 
25 Middle Street, South Dartmouth 

BrE 
Activities: 

Fraternity Secretary 4; A.I.Ch.E. 
Cooperative Work : 

Revere Copper & Brass, Inc., Assistant 

New Bedford Chemist 




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FORREST V. BUTTERFIELD 

Mechanical Engineering 
R.F.D. No. 1, Box 72, Springfield, Vt. 

Cooperative Work : 

Hotel Beaconsfield, Boston 

Jones and Lamson Machine Co., 

Springfield, Vt. Assemblyman 



HAROLD A. BUXTON 

Industrial Engineering 
Great Road, North Acton 

Activities: 

S.A.M.; C.P.T.C. 4. 

Cooperative Work : 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Service 

Star Brass Mfg., Co., Boston Prod. Control 




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JOSEPH J. CAPUTI 

Civil Engineering 
1123 North Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Activities : 

Dance Committee 3; Cauldron Junior Staff; Glee Club 

1; N.U.C.E.S. Treasurer 4, Secretary 5; B.S.C.E.; 

A.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S. 

Cooperative W ork : 

Bein Construction Co., Assistant 

Bridgeport, Conn. Engineer 



GEORGE T. CARLETON 

Sales Management 
134 Kenoza Avenue, Haverhill 



Cooperative Work: 

C. F. Hovey Co., Boston 



Checker 




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IRVING D. CARTER 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
83 Parsons Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2; German Language 
Club, 2, 3, 5; Chess Club 1; A.I.Ch.E.; A.C.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc., Student Chemist 

Newtonville 

Skinner & Sherman, Inc., Boston Student Chemist 

A. D. Little, Inc., Cambridge Student Chemist 

Boston Consolidated Gas Co , Everett Student Chemist 



WILLIAM N. CARTER 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
75 Holworthy Street, Roxbury 

Activities : 

Track 1 ; Cross Country 2. 
Cooperative Work : 

Northeastern University, Boston Janitor 

Check Room Monitor 




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MITCHELL H. CHALEK 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
26 Beacon Hill Avenue, Lynn 

Activities: 

Band 1, 2; A.C.S. 

Cooperative Work : 

Garco Shoe Products, Lynn Production 



JOSEPH A. CHARLES 

Management 
Ferry Road, Salisbury 

Cooperative Work : 

Headquarters General Store, Proprietor 

Salisbury Beach 

Weil, Pearson & Co., Boston Messenger 

Warren Brothers Roads Co., Cambridge Timekeeper 



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HOMER E. CHILSON 

Industrial Engineering 
185 South Street, Northampton 

BrE 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Fraternity Treasurer 4, 5; Assist- 
ant Pledge Chairman 4; Rifle Club 1; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work : 

Worthington Pump & Machinery Corp., Draftsman 

Holyoke 



HENRY J. CHIN 

Mechanical Engineering 
475 Broadway, Chelsea 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4, 5; A.S.M.E. 



Cooperative Work: 

Reece Button Hole Machine Co., Boston 



Inspector 




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JOHN C. CHIPMAN 

Chemical Engineering 
99 Waverly Street, Arlington 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Hockey 2, 3, Captain 1, 4; 
Recipient of Kontoff Trophy 5 ; Student Council 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 5; Class Treasurer 1, Vice-President 3, 
President 2; Junior Prom Chairman; Who's Who In 
American Colleges and Universities 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern University, Boston Laboratory Assistant 

ARTHUR E. CHURCH Jr. 

Chemical Engineering 
1 Arlington Street, Leominster 
Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 

3, 4; Cauldron Junior Staff, Informal Pictures Editor 5; 

U. S. Naval Reserve; A.I.Ch.E. Secretary 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Foster Grant Co., Inc., Leominster Plastic Production 

Fallulah Paper Co., Fitchburg Assistant Chemist 

Iver Johnson Arms, Fitchburg Machinist 

N. U. Chemical Engineering Laboratory 

Laboratory, Boston Assistant 




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LAWRENCE C. CLARK 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
35 Ellis Street, Brockton 

Activities: 

Track 2; Band 2, 3, Section Leader i; Glee Club 3, 
Hus-Skiers 5; N.U.Ch.E.; A.C.S. 



ARTHUR H. CLAYPOLE 

Industrial Administration 
227 Bobbins Street, Waltham 

2*A 
Cooperative Work : 
Edmand's Drug Store, Newtonville Drug Clerk 




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ERIC G. CLEVELAND 

Mechanical Engineering 
Calvin Coolidge Hgwy., West Woodstock, Vt. 

Activities: 

Baseball 1; Vermont Club; C.P.T.P. 4; Ensign U. S. 
Naval Reserve; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

E. W. Wiggins Airways, Line and 

East Boston Maintenance 

Jones & Lamson Mach. Co., Vermont Assembler 



LEON M. CLEVELAND 

Mechanical Engineering 
Reading, Vt. 

Activities : 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Cone Automatic Machine Co., Windsor, Vt. Machinist 




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WILLIAM J. COBB 

Accounting 
142 Vernon Street, Norwood 

Activities : 

Law and Accounting Club 4, 5, Secretary 3 ; Swimming 
Team 1; Track Team 2; Glee Club 1; Class Vice- 
President 5; Class Executive Council 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work : 

Wrn. Filene's Sons, Boston Stock Clerk 



JOHN M. CONNOR 

Electrical Engineering 
11 Curtin Street, Mansfield 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 4; Class President 1; 
A.I.E.E. Executive Committee 2. 



Cooperative Work : 
Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co., 
Hyde Park 



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JOSEPH F. COUGHLIN 

Chemical Engineering 
52 Saunders Road. Norwood 



Activities: 
Senate-Tau Beta Pi 



Freshman Honor List; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4. 



Cooperative Work: 
Bird and Sons, Inc., E. Walpole 
A. D. Little Co., Cambridge 
General Electric Co., W. Lynn 



Helper on Machine 

Assistant Chemist 

Electroplater 



DENTON W. CROCKER 

Liberal Arts (Biology) 
44 Bellevue Road, Beach Bluff 

Cooperative Work: 

C. W. Whittier and Bros., Boston Elevator Operator 

Northeastern University, Boston Laboratory Assistant 



Laboratory 
Assistant 




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NORMAN S. CROSSLEY 



Civil Engineering 
13 Lyman Street, Laconia, N. H. 



Activities, 
Rifle Tea 



1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 
Cooperative Work: 
N.Y., N.H. & H. R.R., Boston 



Chainman 



GEORGE B. CROWDIS 

Marketing and Advertising 
16 Randlett Street, Wollaston 
Activities: 

Deans List 4; Class Secretary 5; Class Executive Council 
5; Class Historian 5; Student LInion 4, Publicity Director 
5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Cauldron Editor 5; News 3, 
News Editor 4, 5 ; Glee Club 2 ; Dance Committee 3 ; 
Dean's Cabinet 4; Class Day Committee 4; N.E.I. N.A. 
Convention Committee 4; "Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges" 5; S.A.M. 
Publicity Manager 3; Committee for the Induction of 
King Husky II, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Globe Publishing Co., Boston Editorial Assistant 

J. S. Packard Dredging Co., Assistant 

Quincy Purchasing Agent 

New London, Conn. Shore Captain 
New York, N. Y. 





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ROBERT A. CROZIER 

Electrical Engineering 
11 Courtland Street, Middleboro 



Cooperative Work : 
Boston Edison Co., 
Boston 



Transmission and 
Distribution Dept. 



J. LEWIS CUNNINGHAM 

Marketing and Advertising 
Tower Road, Lincoln 

Activities: 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 4. 



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FREDERICK M. CUSICK 

Marketing and Advertising 

43 Falkland St., Brighton 
Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Baseball 1; Football 1, 4; Hockey 
1, 2, 3. 4, Manager 5; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
5 ; Dean's Cabinet 3 ; News 1, 2 ; Debating Club 1 ; Public 
Speaking Contest, Second Prize 1, 3, First Prize 4, 5; 
"Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" 5. 

Cooperative Work: 
Boston Globe, Boston 
Lever Bros., Cambridge 



Advertising Clerk 
Clerk 



ROBERT W. DALEY 

Mechanical Engineering 
68 Hancock Road, Maiden 
Activities: 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Banjo Club 1, 2; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Buckley Iron Works, Roxbury 
M. D. C. Power Station, Revere 
A. F. Curtin Valve Co., Medford 
C. B. Cottrell & Sons Co., 



Westerly, R. I. 



Iron Worker 

Maintenance 

Lathe Hand 

Tool Room, Detail 

Drafting, Jig & Tool Design 



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L. BURNHAM DAVIS 

Accounting 
14 Sherman Road, Greenwood 

Activities: 

Law and Accounting Club 3, 5; Dance Committee 2, 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

L. A. Eslrach Co., Boston Junior Accountant 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Clerk 



JOHN H. DeLUCA 

Marketing and Advertising 
76 Scofield Avenue, Stamford, Conn. 

Activities: 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Law and Accounting Club 1, 2; 
International Relations Club 5 ; Football Rally Com- 
mittee 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work : 

Wee Burn Country Club, Noroton, Conn. Accountant 

Grand Union Tea Co., Stamford, Conn. Delivery Man 

Phillips Chemical Co., Shipping 

Glenbrook, Conn. Clerk 




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JOHN dePICCOLELLIS 

Chemical Engineering 
1600 Huntington Avenue, Boston 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Rifle Club 1; N.U.Ch.E.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Enterprise Engineering Co., Draftsman 

First National Stores, Inc., Control 

Somerville Chemist 



JOSEPH DIAS 

Liberal Arts I Chemistry) 
368 County Street, New Bedford 

Activities: 

Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1. 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Acushnet Process Co., Testing, Research 

New Bedford and Production 




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WILLIAM 0. DiPIETRO 

Chemical Engineering 
34 Hillcrest Circle, Watertown 

Activities : 

A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Spaulding-Moss Co., Boston Chemist's Assistant 



STEPHEN J. DONLON, Jr. 

Accounting 
37 Salem Street, Swampscott 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3; News 4, 5; Law and Accounting Club 
2, 3, 4, President 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Globe, Boston Editorial Assistant 

General Electric Co., Lynn Cost Accountant 




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ADOLPH S. DOROSZ 

Mechanical Engineering 
353 South Street, Bridgewater 

Activities: 

Radio Club 2; A.S.M.E.; C.P.T.P. 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Electro Products Co., Waltham Tool Maker 

Vought Sikorsky Aircraft Co., Tool Design 

Stratford, Conn. and Maker 

Boston Navy Yard, Boston Tool Maker 



SAMUEL DREVITCH 

Chemical Engineering 
36 Wilder Street, Boston 

KZ$ 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E. Treasurer 3, 4, 5. 



Cooperative Work: 
Wm. Filene's & Sons, Boston 
General Trading Co., Boston 
Sanborn Co., Cambridge 



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DAVID B. DRUMMOND 

Marketing and Advertising 
14 Georganna Street, South Braintree 

2$A 
Activities: 

Fraternity Vice-President 5. 
Cooperative Work: 

Boston Globe, Boston Messenger Dept. 

N.Y., N.H. & H. R.R. Co., Boston Clerk 



BENJAMIN A. DUDLEY 

Mechanical Engineering 
Farm Road, Marlboro 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2; C.P.T.P. 4, 5; 
A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Hudson Draftsman 



Collector 

Parking Lot Attendant 

Sheet Metal Worker 




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ALBERT D. DUNN 

Marketing and Advertising 
44 North Wellington Street, New Britain, Conn. 

Cooperative Work: 

G. Fox & Co., Hartford, Conn. Sales; 



FRED T. DWYER 

Liberal Arts (English-Journalism) 
314 Main Street, Melrose 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4, 5; News 1, 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, 5; 

Chairman of Sophomore Dance Committee; Hus-Skiers 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Falk Studio, Boston, Salesman 

Boston & Maine R.R., Boston Sheet Metal Worker 




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IRWIN ELKINS 

Mechanical Engineering 
11 Vinal Street, Allston 

21W 
Activities: 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

Royal Crown Bottling Co., S. Boston Sales Service 

Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy Outside Machinist 



EDGAR H. ELLIOTT 

Mechanical Engineering 
Thompson, Conn. 




Cooperative Work: 
Sanborn Co., Cambridge 
American Optical Co., 
Southbridge 



Bench and Shop Work 

Bench and Shop 

Work 



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DONALD L. ELLISON 

Liberal Arts (English) 
7 Craft Street, Waltham 

Activities : 

Dean's Cabinet 4 ; Track 1 ; Concert Orchestra 1, 2. 

Cooperative Work: 

Belmont Hill Gas Station, Belmont, Salesman 

S. W. Ferguson, Inc., Boston Messenger 

Pepperell Mfg. Co., Boston Shipper and Receiver 



HENRY ELKSNIN 

Mechanical Engineering 
159 South Leyden Street, Brockton 

2$A 
Activities: 

Camera Club 1; C.P.T P. 4, 5; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Hudson Draftsman 




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WILLIAM C. EVERETT 

Mechanical Engineering 
73 South Street, Raynham 
Activities: 

Dean's List 2, 4; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

Swansea Print Works, Inc. Textile Machinery Operator 
East Swansea 



HARLAND S. FISHER 

Mechanical Engineering 
149 Conway Street, Greenfield 
Activities: 

Senate — Tau Beta Pi Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4; Member of Program Committee for New Eng- 
land Convention of A.S.M..E 4; Chairman Program Com- 
mittee A.S.M.E. 5; Member Program Committee Tau 

Beta Pi 5. 
Cooperative Work : 

B. A. Fisher Garage, Greenfield Mechanic 

Greenfield Tap & Die Corp , Greenfield Engineering 

Draftsman 




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MALCOLM E. FISHER 

Chemical Engineering 
145 Conway Street, Greenfield 

Activities: 

Rifle Club 1, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Greenfield Tap & Die Corp., Greenfield Machinist 



JEROME C. FLATO 

Chemical Engineering 
65 Rogers Park Avenue, Boston 

Activities: 

Glee Club 1, 2; C.P.T.P. 3; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

Greenfield Tap & Die Corp., Greenfield 




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PAUL R. FORANT 

Industrial Engineering 
200 Minot Street, Dorchester 

Activities : 

Football 1; S.A.M. 

Cooperative W ork : 

Northeastern University, Boston Maintenance Dept. 

Barnes and Jones Co., Jamaica Plain Assembly 



CHARLES F. FOSTER 

Chemical Engineering 
15 Lookout Terrace, Lynn 

Activities: 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E.; U.S.N.R. 

Cooperative Work : 

General Electric Co., Lynn Student Chemist 



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MYER FOX 

Electrical Engineering 
89 Maiden Street, Everett 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Freshman Tie Ceremony Com- 
mittee; Freshman Camp Counselor 4; Fraternity Poten- 
tate 5; A.I.E.E., Executive Committee 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

Eastern Steamship Co., Boston Ship's Electrician 

Hixon Electric Co., So. Boston Electrical Draftsman 
La Pointe Machine Tool Co., Hudson Electrical Designer 



DEAN FREEMAN 

Civil Engineering 
98 Porter Street, Somerville 
Activities: 

Executive Committee 4; N.L1.C.E.S. 
Cooperative Work : 

Barnes and Beal, Rodman, 

Waltham Drafting, Computing 

City of Newton, Newton Rodman, Transitman, Tracing 
Wigton-Abbott, Plainfield, N. J. Transitman 



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JOHN C. GALLAGHER 

Business Administration (Accounting I 
28 Maple Street, White River Junction, Vt. 

AK2 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3; News 1; Law 

and Accounting Club 2, 3, 4, 5; International Relations 

Club 3, 4; Banking and Finance Society 2; Fraternity, 

Chairman of Pledge Committee 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Lynn Cost Clerk 

Boston Globe, Boston Editorial Assistant 



W. CURTIS GARDNER 

Electrical Engineering 
56 Hartsuff Street, Rockland 

NEZ 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 3; A.I.E.E. 
Cooperative Work : 
Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co., Hyde Park Sales Engineer 




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IRVING GELLER 

Liberal Arts (English) 
31 Howland Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Dean's List 5 ; Student Union 2 ; Dramatic Club 5 ; Cam- 
era Club 2, 3; German Club 2, 3; Sociology Cliib 5; 
Rifle Club 1. 



DAVID W. GIBBS 

Mechanical Engineering 
49 Burdett Avenue, Framingham 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 

2, 3, 4, 5; Sears B. Condit Honor Award 5; Student 

Union 2; A.S.M.E. 



Cooperative Work : 
Dennison Mfg. Co., Framingham 
Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corp., 
East Hartford, Conn. 



Machine Assembly 

Production 

Engineering Clerk 




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ARTHUR B. GLINES 

Electrical Engineering 
63 Bartlet Street, Andover 

Activities : 

C.P.T.P. 4. 

Cooperative Work : 

Roland B. Glines Co., Lawrence Repairman 

Heinze Electric Co., Lowell Stock Supply 

M. T. Stevens Co., Andover Electrician's Helper 

Boston Edison Co., Roxbury Technical Office Worker 



MAURICE I. GOLDEN 

Chemical Engineering 
15 Lome Street, Dorchester 

Activities: 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Co., Boston Testing 

Manchester Dyeing and Finishing Co., Analysis 

Manchester and Synthesis 




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ANTHOY A. GOMES 

Mechanical Engineering 
42 Lowland Avenue, Cambridge 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Production 

Curtin Valve Co., Medford Machinist 



RALPH H. GOfEN 

Chemical Engineering 
17 Tower Avenue, Lynn 

Activities: 

C.P.T.P. 3; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

A. D. Little, Cambridge Research Lab. Assistant 

General Electric Co., Everett Sand Tester 



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FRANCIS D. GREENLEAF 

Electrical Engineering 
South Street, Foxboro 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4, 5; Swimming Team 1, 2; Student Union; Banjo 
Club 3; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 2; Senior 
Week Committee; Hus-Skiers 5; Sears B. Condit Honor 
Award 5; A.I.E.E. Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, 5; Ensign 
U. S. Naval Reserve. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Edison Co., Boston Illuminating Engineer 



SAUL GROSSBARD 

Banking and Finance 
23 Claflin Street, Brookline 

Activities: 

Law and Accounting Club 1, 2; Banking and Finance 

Society 3, Vice-President 4, 5; Class Dance Committee 

1, 2, 3; Hus-Skiers 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Boston Sales Promotion 




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JOHN T. GROVER 

Civil Engineering 
Monponsett Street, Halifax 

Activities: 

N.U.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; A.S.C.E.; E.S.N.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

E. Laurence Grover, Contractor, Foreman 

Stratford, Conn. 

Town of Stratford Assistant Engineer 



SAMUEL GUASTELLA 

Chemical Engineering 
225 Canton Street, Fitchburg 

Activities: 

Track 1; Rifle Club 1; N.U.Ch.S.; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Falulah Paper Co., Fitchburg Chemist 

Foster Grant Co., Leominster Polisher 

Independent Lock Co., Fitchburg Plater and Polisher 




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RUSSELL S. HALLETT 

Chemical Engineering 
15 Neponset Avenue., Walpole 

*BA 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; A.I.Ch.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

Lewis Mfg. Co., East Walpole Mechanical Dept. Helper 
Dispersion Products, Inc., Needham Heights Testing 

Bird & Son, Inc., East Walpole Chemist 



ROBERT A. HAMILTON 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
91 Weston Avenue, Braintree 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 5; Baseball 3; 
Basketball 1. 



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GEORGE D. HANCHETT, Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 
Glen Street, Natick 

Activities: 

Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Howard H. Amidon, Worcester Radio Technician 

Northeastern University, Boston Physics Dept. Assistant 



JAMES A. HARGREAVES 

Mechanical Engineering 
362 Osgood Street, North Andover 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Davis & Furber Machine Co., No. Andover Machinist 

General Electric Co., Lynn Student Engineer 




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DAVID W. HARTWELL 

Electrical Engineering 
38 Charlemont Street, Newton Highlands 

Activities: 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Holtzer-Cabot Electric Co., Roxbury Draftsman 

Submarine Signal Co., Boston Draftsman 



A. CUSHMAN HASKELL, Jr. 

Chemical Engineering 
21 Cedar Street, Marblehead 

Activities : 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club Librarian 1; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Naumkeag Trust Co., Salem Check Teller 

Arthur D. Little's, Cambridge Lab. Technician 

Rust Proofing & Metal Finishing Co., Electroplater 

Cambridge 

Metal Hydrides, Beverly Assistant in Production 




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HARRY B. HATCH 

Accounting 
39 Grandview Avenue, Wolluston 

A ctivities : 

Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 
4, 5; Sears B. Condit Award 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4, 5; Class Treasurer 4; I. B.C. 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Junior Prom Treasurer. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Inventory Control 



NATHANIEL F. HAWTHORNE 

Mechanical Engineering 
4 Carver Boad, Waltham 

Activities: 

Dean's List 2; A.S.M.E.; U. S. Naval Beserve. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Lynn Planning Dept. 

Aircraft Accessories Corp., Turret 

Burbank, Cal. Lathe Operator 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Turret Lathe Operator 





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ALFRED B. HAYES 

Banking and Finance 
127 Arlington Street Hyde Park 

r$K 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Track Manager 1; Banking and Finance 
Club 4, 5; International Belations Club 5; Dane? Com- 
mittee 3; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Guard 



WALTER I. HAYS 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
115 Ellison Park, Waltham 

Activities : 

Dean's List 3; Cauldron Junior Staff; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Class Executive Committee 1, 2; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; German Language Club 2, 3; A.C.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates, Everett Student Chemist 




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GARDNER L. HAYWARD 

Chemical Engineering 
25 Payson Road, Belmont 

HTN 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Debating Society 1, 2, 3; Frater- 
nity President 5 ; Concert Orchestra Librarian 1 ; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc., Laboratory 

Newtonville Technician 



ROBERT D. HENDERSON 

Civil Engineering 
Main Street, Sherborn 

Activities : 

News 1, 2, 3; N.U.C.E.S.; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

W. S. Crocker, Boston Calculator 

City Engineering Dept., Newton Rodman 

Boston Consolidated Gas Co., Boston Assistant Engineer 




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ARTHUR R. HEDLUND 

Industrial Administration 
78 Greenwood Street, Worcester 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List. 



GEORGE E. HERBERT, Jr. 

Chemical Engineering 
47 Baltimore Street, Haverhill 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 4; A I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Tyler Rubber Co., Andover Control Laboratory 




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JOHN E. HERLIHY 

Chemical Engineering 
73 Houghton Street, Dorchester 

Activities: 

A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Barnes and Jones, Jamaica Plain Laboratory Assistant 

Mass. Dept. of Public Works, Boston Laboratory Assistant 



JOHN A. HIGGINS 

Electrical Engineering 
184 North Main Street, Andover 

A ctivities : 

A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

E. I. duPont de Nemours, Leominster Maintenance 

Pacific Mills, Lawrence Winding Room 

Boston Edison Co., Distribution 

Boston Technical Dept. Office 




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DANA L. HILL 

Industrial Engineering 
21 Cheriton Road, Wollaston 

BrE 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Class Secretary 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 
Secretary 4, President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Bethlehem Steel Co., Quincy Machine Shop 



RICHARD B. HINCKLEY 

Chemical Engineering 
21 Bodwell Street, Dorchester 

HTN 
Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4, 5; Fraternity Vice-President 5; A.I.C.hE. 

Cooperative Work: 

Atlantic Research Associates, Laboratory 

Newtonville Technician 

Allen Engineering Co., Roxbury Laboratory Technician 
Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge Research Assistant 




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CARL HOFFMAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
40 Cabot Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Class Treas- 
urer 2, Class Smoker Committee Chairman 2, Program 
Committee 5; Senior Week Committee; Track 1; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Niles, Bement & Pond Co., Machinist 

Hartford, Conn. Apprentice 



ROBERT S. HO JEM 

Industrial Engineering 
5 Grove Street, West Concord 



Activities: 

U. S. Naval Reserve; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Martin Hojem, Builder, West Concord 



Carpenter 



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ROBERT C. HOLMAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
8 Belmont Street, Norwood 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Baseball 1: Ensign U. S Naval 
Reserve; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Lynn Turbine Test Engineer 



VICTOR L. HOPKINSON 

Mechanical Engineering 
3 Franklin Street, Lynn 



Activities : 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Simonds Saw & Steel Co., Fitchburg Draftsman 

General Electric Co., Lynn Draftsman 




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FRED R. HORGAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
874 Chestnut Street, Waban 
Activities: 
C.P.T.P. 4, 5. 
Cooperative Work: 
Sanborn Co., Cambridge 
Star Brass Mfg. Co., Boston 



Bench and Shop Work 
Bench and Shop Work 



THOMAS E. HOWARD 

Marketing and Advertising 
14 Park Avenue, Derry, N. H. 

r*K 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3; Cross Country 1; Inter-Fraternity Basket- 
ball 4; Fraternity Vice-President 4, 5; International Re- 
lations Club 3, 5; S.A.M. 
Cooperative Work: 

Wm. Filene's Co., Boston Personal Service Dept. 

Boston Globe. Boston Night City Clerk 

General Electric Co., Lynn Production Dept. 




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MALCOLM P. HOWIE 

Chemical Engineering 
68 Standish Road, Watertown 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 4; A.I.Ch.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
General Electric Co., Lynn Student Chemist 



ALFRED F. HUGHES 

Electrical Engineering 
200 Lewis Street, Lynn 
Activities: 

Bacchanalians 1; Radio Club 4, 5; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. 
Cooperative W ork : 
Vulcan Electric Co., Lynn Testing and Inspecting 



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ELMER R. HUNTING, Jr. 



Chemical Engineering 
148 Park Street, Springfield, Vt. 

BrE 
Activities: 

Dean's List 2; A.I.Ch.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
J. & P. Coats, Inc., Pawtucket, R. I. 



Dyer 



ELMER E. HUSSEY 

Electrical Engineering 
10 Dartmouth Street, Everett 



Cooperative Work: 

National Mfg. Co., Maiden 

Donnelly Electric and Neon Co., 

Boston 

Boston Edison Co., 

Boston 



Radio Assembly 

Neon 

Sign Inspector 

Light Inspector 

and Meter Technician 




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ALFRED G. IRISH 

Marketing and Advertising 
142 King Street, Falmouth 

2$A 
Activities: 

Dean's List 3; Baseball, Assistant Manager 2, 3, Manager 
4; Interfraternity Council 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
Cauldron Junior Staff; Cauldron Photographic Editor; 
Student Union, Chairman Service Committee 4; Frater- 
nity Secretary 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Interfraternity Bas- 
ketball 4; S.A.M. Vice-President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Rowe's Pharmacy, Falmouth Clerk 



GEORGE W. JEWETT 

Electrical Engineering 
77 Atkinson Street, Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 3; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co., Hyde Park Laboratory Assistant 

New England Power Asso., Governor 

Bellows Falls Attendant 




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ROY A. JUUSOLA 

Industrial Engineering 
Main Street, West Townsend 

NEZ 
Activities: 

Basketball 1; Student Council 5; Student Union 2, 3, 
Chairman of Freshman Relations 4, Chairman of Fresh- 
man Camp 5; Class Executive Council 3; Dance Com- 
mittee 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Week Com- 
mittee, Chairman; Fraternity President 5; S.A.M. Presi- 
dent 5; Who's Who Among Students in American Col- 
leges and Universities 
Cooperative Work; 

Simonds Saw & Steel Co., Fitchburg Tester 

Hygrade Sylvania Corp., Ipswich Cost Dept. 



CHARLES H. KALAYJIAN 

Electrical Engineering 
123 Marine Road, South Boston 

Activities: 

Radio Club 3, 4, 5; I.R.E. 5; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Company, Cambridge Tester 




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COLBY E. KELLEY 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
33 Clark Street, Lawrence 
Activities: 

Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Cooperative Work: 
General Radio Co, Cambridge Draftsman 



CHARLES P. KENNEY 

Industrial Administration 
101 Conwell Avenue, Somerville 
Activities : 
Executive Council 4; Junior Prom Committee 4; Class 

Secretary 4; I.R.C. 3, 4. 
Cooperative Work: 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Brighton Salesman 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Brookline Tire Retreader 

John P. Squire Co., Cambridge Office Work 

Tarlby & Nason Pharmacetical Co., Cambridge Salesman 
United Farmers Cooperative, Somerville Salesman 




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ERNEST B. KETCHEN 

Civil Engineering 
43 Pinkham Road, Medford 

Activities: 

A.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S.; B.S.C.E.; E.S.N .E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Realty Inc., Boston Maintenance Operator Fireman 

Town of Stoneham Assistant Engineer Draftsman 



NORMAN A. KEYES 

Marketing and Advertising 
1168 Boylston Street, Brookline 

Activities: 

Baseball 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Inventory Controller 



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JAMES J. KILROY 

Electrical Engineering 
7 Christopher Street, Dorchester 

AK2 
Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer 5; Freshman Honor List; 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Dance Committee Co-Chairman 2; 

Band 2; A.I.E.E. Executive Council 4, Secretary 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Edison Co , Boston Engineering Assistant 



GEORGE H. KLEMM 

Electrical Engineering 
189 Belleville Road, New Bedford 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Yacht Club 
3, 4, 5 ; A.I.E.E., Treasurer 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Radio Co., Inspector, 

Cambridge Assistant Calibrator 




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MARSHALL E. KULBERG 

Electrical Engineering 
8 Northern Avenue, Beverly 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Astronomy Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 

3, 4, 5; Concert Orchestra 1; Glee Club Orchestra 2; 

A.I.E.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Hygrade Sylvania Corp., Salem Incandescent Tester 

RUDOLPH A. LAAKSO 

Mechanical Engineering 
241 Marshal Street, Fitchburg 
Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi, President 5; Freshman Honor List; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1, 2; Class Dance Commit- 
tee 2; Class Executive Committee 2; Class President 3, 

4, 5; Sears B. Condit Award 5; Delegate to National 
Convention of Tau Beta Pi in Philadelphia 5; Commit- 
tee for Induction of Husky II 4; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities 4, 5 ; Ensign U. S. Naval 
Reserve; Program Committee of N. E. Convention of 
A.S.M.E.; Chairman of Committee for Installation of 
Epsilon Chapter of Tau Beta Pi; A.S.M.E. Vice-Chair- 
man 4, Treasurer 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern University, 

Boston 

Greenfield Tap and Die, Greenfield 

Boston Edison Co., Boston 



Assistant in 

Drawing Dept. 

Gauge Designer 

Test Engineer 




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WILLIAM X. LAMB, Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 
149 Norton Avenue, Taunton 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Boston Retread Dept. 

Amoskeag Mills, Manchester, N. H. Electrician 

Westinghouse Mfg. Co., Boston Switchboard Technician 

Stone & Webster Corp., Boston Designer 



HAIMO R. LAMMI 

Mechanical Engineering 
9 Elks Parkway, Norwood 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3; Ensign U. S. Naval Reserve; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Boston Edison Co., Boston Junior Engineer 




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SAUL LANDMAN 

Civil Engineering 
68 Fayston Street, Boston 
Activities : 

Band 1; Executive Council 5; N.U.C.E.S. 
Cooperative Work: 

Federal Building and Wrecking Co., Timekeeper 

Charlestown 

Ernest W. Branch, Inc., Draftsman, Computer, 

Quincy Checker, Rodman, Instrumentman 



EDMUND F. LAPHAM, Jk 



Electrical Engineering 
Central Street, Norwell 



Activities : 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi, Secretary 5; Dean's List 3, 4, 5; 

A.I.E.E. Executive Council 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, 

Chairman 5. 



Cooperative Work: 
Boston Edison Co., Boston 




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FRANK J. LARIVIERE 

Civil Engineering 
268 Cartier Street, Manchester, N. H. 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3, 4; Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1; B.S.C.E.; 
A.S.C.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

City of Newton Rodman 

Wilcox Construction Co., Brideport, Conn. Transitman 
L. G. Brackett & Co. Draftsman and Engineer 



CARL LARSON 

Liberal Arts (Economics) 
186 Linwood Street, Lynn 

Activities: 

Glee Club 1 ; German Club 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Production Scheduling 

West Lynn and Dispatching 




HAROLD H. LAVERTY 

Mechanical Engineering 
Brownville Junction, Maine 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Colt Patented Fire Arms Mfg. Co., Toolm 

Hartford, Conn. 



MAX M. LECHTER 

Industrial Engineering 
32 Press Avenue, Norwood 

KZ$ 
Activities: 

Fraternity Corresponding Scribe 4; Fraternity Treasurer 
5; Dramatic Club 3; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Painter's Assistant, 

Cambridge Solderman, Machinist 





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RICHARD H. LELAND 

Liberal Arts (English) 
17 Cutter Street, Belmont 

Activities: 

Academy 5; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 

5 ; Dean's Cabinet 5 ; Cross Country 1 ; News 3 ; Cauldron 

Junior Staff 4; Cauldron Managing Editor 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Globe, Boston Editorial Assistant 



FREDERIC H. W. LEONG 

Chemical Engineering 
69 Holland Street, West Somerville 

Activities: 

A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Co., 




Boston 



Inspector 
and Tester 



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JOHN B. LEWIS 

Liberal Arts (English) 
6 Buswell Street, Boston 

$rn 

Activities: 

Dean's List 2; Sociological Society 4, 5; Fraternity 
Social Chairman 3, 4. 



JOSEPH E. LEWIS 

Accounting 
198 Warren Avenue, Whitman 

Activities: 

Law and Accounting Club 3, 4, 5; SA.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Plymouth Rubber Co., Plymouth Stock Dept. 




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BERNARD L. LIBON 

Marketing and Advertising 
9 Intervale Street, Roxbury 

KZ* 
Cooperative Work: 
Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Cambridge 
E. Van Noorden Co., Roxbury 



Clerk 
Clerk 



THOMAS A. LIKOS 

Electrical Engineering 
456 Broadway Street, South Boston 

Activities : 

Swimming Team 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Dance Committee 2, 
3; Junior Prom Committee; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Edward A. Ellis, Boston Electrician 

Westinghouse Electric Co., Boston Draftsman 




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ARNE F. LOFGREN 

Accounting 
28 Webster Street, Hyde Park 

Activities : 

Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 
5; Law and Accounting Club 3, 5; International Rela- 
tions Club 5; Glee Club 1; SA.M., President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Dennison's Retail Store, Boston Clerk 

Boston Gear Works, Quincy Clerk 



CARL A. LOVGREN 

Chemical Engineering 
16 Railroad Avenue, Rockport 

BrE 
Activities: 
Yacht Club 4, 5. 
Cooperative Work: 
General Electric Co., 



West Lynn 



Electroplater 





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FAIRFIELD F. LYNDE 

Industrial Engineering 
47 Orchard Street, Walden, N. Y. 

Activities: 

C.P.T.P. 4; Empire State Club; SA.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Shreve Crump & Low Co., Boston Messenger 

Sanborn Company, Cambridge Receiver 



HARRY A. MacQUARRIE 

Accounting 
Brownville Junction, Maine 

Activities : 

Sigma Society, Secretary 5; Freshman Honor List; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Student Council 5; Dean's Cabinet 3, 4; 
Law and Accounting Club 3, 4; Football Dance Com- 
mittee 5; Who's Who Among Students in American Col- 
leges and Universities 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Y. M. C. A., Boston Clerk 

Boston Gear Woiks, Quincy Clerk 




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A. THOMAS MADDOCK 

Chemical Engineering 
257 Walnut Street, Brookline 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Atlantic Research Associates Boston Laboratory Assistant 

Polaroid Corporation, Boston Research Assistant 



JOHN H. MAGUIRE 

Mechanical Engineering 
135 Lasell Street, West Roxbury 

Activities: 

Class Vice-President 4; Cauldron Junior Staff; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Gears Works, Norfolk Downs Production Dept. 

Sanborn Company, Cambridge Machine Shop 




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JAMES A. MANEATIS 

Chemical Engineering 
56 Jennings Street, Lawrence 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 3; Track 1; Student 
Union 2; Orchestra 1; A.S.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Tyer Rubber Co., Andover Laboratory Assistant 



MURRAY MARKS 

Civil Engineering 
55 Grove Street, Chelsea 

Activities: 

Fraternity Scribe 4. 

Cooperative Work: 

Wilcox Construction Co., Field 

Long Island City, N. Y. Engineer 

Whitman & Howard, Engineers, Boston Transitman 




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JOHN E. MARSHALL 

Industrial Engineering 
216 Charles Street, Fall River 

Activities: 

Dean's List 5; Band 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

Firestone Rubber Co., Fall River Shop Work 

M. Spinelli & Sons Co., Boston Rodman, Timekeeper 

Atlas Tack Corp., Fairhaven Engineering Drafting 

Hygrade Sylvania Corp., Ipswich Methods Work 



HARRY W. MARTIN 

Banking and Finance 
217 Spring Street, Brockton 

4>BA 
Activities: 
Dean's List 3; Fraternity Publicity Committee 3; Bank- 

and Finance Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 5. 
Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co, Assistant to Head 

Bosto " of Stock Department 




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THOMAS R. McCONE 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
6 Wyvern Street, Roslindale 
Activities: 

German Club 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; A.C.S. 
Cooperative Work: 
First National Stores, Laboratory 




Somerville 



Assistant 



james m. Mccracken, Jr. 

Banking and Finance 
220 Nehoiden Street, Needham 

Activities: 

Sigma Society, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Vice-President 5; 
Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Dean's 
Cabinet 4; Banking and Finance Society 4, 5; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Pepperell Mfg. Co., Boston Inventory Department 



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john l. Mcdonald, j r . 

Mechanical Engineering 
600 Huron Avenue, Cambridge 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Curtin Valve Co., Medford Machinist 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 



WILLIAM M. McGOOHAN 

Industrial Engineering 
38 Marginal Street, Lowell 

Activities: 

S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jones & Lamson Machine Co., Routing Dept., Turrot 

Springfield, Vt. Lathe Assembly, Drill Operator 



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ROBERT G. McKEEN 

Chemical Engineering 
40 Dee Road, Quincy 

Activities: 

Cross Country 1; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge Laboratory Assistant 

Howe & French, East Weymouth Laboratory Assistant 



WILLIAM McNEIL 

Mechanical Engineering 
172 Beacon Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Track 1; Student Union 5; Class 

Executive Council 4; Dance Committee 3; Dramatic 

Club 3; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Gear Works, Inc., Quincy 




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WILLIAM A. MERDINYAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
143 Cottage Street, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Activities: 

Hockey Manager 1; Ensign U. S. Naval Reserve; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

G. M. Najarian & Sons, Pawtucket, R. I. Maintenance 

Frank H. Black. Pawtucket, R. I. Surveyor 

Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft Co., Aircraft 

Pawtucket, R. I. Mechanic 



THEODORE B. M E R I A M 

Marketing and Advertising 
54 Beech Street, Rutherford, N. J. 

Activities: 

Band 3, 4. 

Cooperative Work: 

American Tel. & Tel. Co., Messenger, Mail Clerk, 

New York Photostat Machine Operator 





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RICHARD C. MILLER 

Mechanical Engineering 
317A Eastern Avenue, Lynn 

Activities: 

North Shore Club; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Barnes & Jones, Inc., Lynn Assembly Testing Research 

General Electric Co., Lynn Planning Man 



OSCAR R. MILLMAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
8 Ashton St , Dorchester 

KZ* 

Activities: 

Fraternity Social Committee Chairman 3, Chancellor 4, 
Newspaper 2, 3, 4, 5 ; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Cluett Aircraft Co., Falmouth Airplane Designer 




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EDWARD A. MORASKI 

Mechanical Engineering 
1525 Centre Street, Roslindale 
Activities : 

Freshman Honor List. 
Cooperative Work: 

United Fruit Co., Boston Laborer 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

Automatic Box Mfg. Co., Boston Design-Machinist 



JAMES A. MORRIS 

Liberal Arts (Economics) 
17 Whitman Road, Lawrence 



Academy; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 
4, 5; Student Council 2, 5, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; 
Dean's Cabinet 4; Class Vice-President 1; Sears B. Con- 
dit Award 5; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities 4; International Relations 
Club 2, 3, Chairman 4, 5; Economics Club Chairman 4; 
Statistics Club Director 4. 



Cooperative Work: 
Pepperell Mfg. Co., Boston 



Inventory Clerk 



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CLYDE W. MORRISON 

Mechanical Engineering 
555 Liberty Street, South Braintree 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Westinghouse Electric Mfg. Co., Sheetmetal 

South Boston Work 



DAVID J. MORRISSEY 

Electrical Engineering 
Highland Street, West Medway 

AK2 
Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 5; 
Track 1, 2; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Edison Co., Boston Laboratory Assistant 




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HAROLD F. MORROW 

Mechanical Engineering 
23 Perry Street, Somerville 

Activities: 

Senate-Tail Beta Phi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 

2, 3, 4, 5; Class Representative 1; A.S.M.E. ; Secretary 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn and Co., Machine Shop Assistant 

Cambridge Precision Lathe Operator 

Service Caster and Truck Co. Machinist's Helper 

of New England, Somerville Assembling Work 



CHARLES P. MORSE 

Mechanical Engineering 
243 Weld Street, Roslindale 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3 ; A.S.M.E. 



Cooperative Work: 

E. W. Wiggens Airways, 

Boston 

Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft, 

Stratford, Conn. 



Fieldman and 

Mechanic 

Sheetmetal Mechanic 

Leadman 




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JOHN J. MORTON, II 

Industrial Engineering 
32 Colonial Avenue, Lowell 
BrE 
Activities : 

Football 1; Cross Country 2; S.A.M. 
Cooperative W r ork: 

Newmarket Mfg Co., Quiller, 

Lowell Battery Hand Weaver 

Colonial Beacon Oil Co., Process Control 

Everett Clerk 

Greenfield Tap and Die Corp., Layout- 

Greenfield Rate Setter 

CLINTON P. MOTT 

Industrial Engineering 
94-60 224th Street, Queens Village, N. Y. 
NEZ 
Activities: 

New York State Club 1, 2; Radio Club 4; Student Union 
1, 2, 3, 4, President 5; Bacchanalians 1; Freshman Camp 
Leader 4; S.A.M. Vice-President 4, 5; A.S.M.E.; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 

Cooperative Work: 

A. Schrader's Son, Draftsman, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Production Chaser 




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FRANK N. W. MOY 

Mechanical Engineering 
56 Tyler Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Rifle Club 3; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Testing 

Birdseye Frosted Foods, Inc., Engineering 

Boston Assistant 

J. W. Greer Co., Cambridge Draftsman 



JOSEPH A. MOZZICATO 

Chemical Engineering 
49 Hancock Avenue, Medford 

Activities : 

Baseball 1; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Wesco Waterpaints, Inc., Laboratory 

East Boston Assistant 




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EDMUND A. J. MROZ 

Chemical Engineering 
149 Derby Street, Salem 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 

2, 3. 4, 5; Senate Scholarship Award 1; Dean's List 
Scholarship 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E. Scholarship Award 3; CP.T.P. 

3, 4; Who's Who Among Stud-nts in American Univer- 

sities and Colleges 4, 5; News 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Eastern Gas and Fuel Associales, Chemist 

Everett Works Chemical Engineer 



ROBERT G. MUDGE 

Electrical Engineering 
28 Rockaway Street, Lynn 

Activities : 

Banjo Club 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Vulcan Electric, Lynn Test and Engineering Dept. 




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ARTHUR H. MUDGETT 

Electrical Engineering 
438 Hollis Street, Framingham 

Activities: 

Band 1, 2, 4; I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Dennison Mfg. Co., Framingham 



JOHN F. MULOCK 

Mechanical Engineering 
293 Beacon Street, Boston 



BrE 



Activities: 
A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 
E. F. Mahady Co., 
Boston 




Maintenance 
Installer, Painter 



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ROBERT H. MURRAY 

Mechanical Engineering 
1125 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. Vice-Chairman 4, Chairman 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park Draftsman 

Fore River Ship Yard, Sheetmetal Worker, 

Quincy Spotwelder, Outside Machinist 



ELWOOD R. MYERS 

Mechanical Engineering 
100 West Thames Street, Norwich, Conn. 

BrE 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 4; Rifle Club 1; 
Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 5; Glee Club 1, 2; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 
Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, 
East Hartford. Conn. 
Sloate Chevrolet Co , 
Hartford, Conn. 
Aetna Motor Sales, 
East Hartford, Conn. 
Lincoln Institute, Boston 



Engine 
Assembler 
Used Car 
Appraiser 
Automobile 
Mechanic 
Laboratory Instructor 



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ROBERT NAIMAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
8 Haley Street, Roxbury 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Track 1; Baseball 1; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Cluett Aircraft, Falmouth Designer 

SIMON NATHENSON 

Liberal Arts (English) 

105 Waumbeck Street, Roxbury 

KZ$ 

Activities: 

Academy Secretary-Treasurer 5 ; Freshman Honor List ; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; News 1, Feature Editor 2, Make-up 
Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, Editor-in-Chief 5; N.E.I.NA. 
President 4, Chairman of Awards Committee 5 ; Cauldron 
Junior Staff 4; Dean's Cabinet Vice-Chairman 4, 5; N. U. 
Contributing Editor to Campus on the Air 3; Student 
Council 5 ; Glee Club 2, Director of Publicity 3 ; Stu- 
dent Union 3, Chairman of Publicity Committee 4, 
Secretary 5 ; University Wits 3 ; Fraternity Basketball 
Manager 2; Newspaper Editor 3, 4, 5; Interfraternity 
Council 3; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 5. 

Cooperative Work: 
Gilchrist Co., Boston 



Salesman, Stock Clerk 



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JAMES H. NELSON 

Accounting 
9 Harrison Avenue, Gloucester 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3; Law and 
Accounting Club 4, 5. 



C. RICHARD NOBLE 

Chemical Engineering 
South Longyard Street, Southwick 

Activities : 

Student Union 5, Religious Committee 3, 4, 5; A.I.Ch.E.; 
Ensign U S. Naval Reserve 

Cooperative Work: 

Stanley Home Products, Inc., Mixing Chemist 

Westfield Laboratory Assistant 




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HUGH J. NOONAN 

Civil Engineering 
10 Ayer Srteet, Peabody 

Activities: 

Glee Club 1; N.U.C.E.S.; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Joseph Selwyn Co., Belmont 

Hingham Homes Corp., Hingham 

U. S. Army Engineers, 

Manchester Sub-office 



Instrument Man 

Chief of Party 

Computer 



WILLIAM C. NUTTING 

Accounting 
33 Glen Road, Wellesley Hills 

Activities : 

Sigma Society 5 ; Freshman Honor List ; Dean's List 
3, 5; Glee Club 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

Edmunds Drug Store, Newtonville Clerk 

Webster and Atlas National Bank, Messenger 

Boston and Clerk 




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JOHN R. OGONIK 

Accounting 
33 Worcester Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2; Baseball 1; News 

4, 5; Law and Accounting Club 3, 4, 5; Banking and 

Finance Club 3, 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Clerk 

J. F. Hammetr Co. Boston Clerk 



OWNEY D. OKSANEN 

Industrial Engineering 
233 Main Street, Danielson, Conn. 

BrE 
Activities : 

Dean's List 5; Student Union I, 2, 3; Astronomy Club 1; 

Dance Committee 2; Class Secretary 2; Class Executive 

Committee 2; S.A.M. Vice-President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Electric Co., Lynn Planning Office 

Foxboro Co., Foxboro Meter Calibration Laboratory 




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DAVID W. ORDf AY 

Industrial Engineering 
21 Fern Street, Auburndale 

Activities: 

S.A.M. 4, 5; U.S. Naval Reserve. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Industrial Engineer 



EDWARD J. PARSSINEN 

Electrical Engineering 
Sandwich 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
3, 4, 5; Basketball 1; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

General Radio Co., Cambridge Laboratory Assistant 

U. S. Engineering Dept., Boston Rodman 



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ALFRED J. PATTERSON 

Civil Engineering 
132 Day Street, Jamaica Plain 
Activities: 

Track 1; Basketball 1; B.S.C.E.; A.S.C.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

L. G. Bracket! Eng. Co., Draftsman, 

Cambridge Calculator 

Brae Burn Nursery, Salesman, 

Watertown Landscape Gardener 



CHARLES R. PATTERSON 

Accounting 
154 Keeler Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 

AK2 
Activities: 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Student Council 5; Class 
Secretary 4; Senior Week Committee; Football Dance 
Chairman 5, Football Rally Co-Chairman 5; Fraternity 
Grand-Questor 2, 3, 4, Grand Councillor 5; Interfraternity 
Council 3; Banking and Finance Society Vice-President 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Production Clerk 

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Trust 

Boston Dept- 

Northeastern University, Boston Assistant Cashier 




ALPHONSE PAJONAS 

Public Administration 
68 Morris Street, Hartford, Conn. 

Activities: 

Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 1 ; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 1 ; 

Student Council 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges and Universities 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern University, Boston Student Assistant 



WILLIAM W. PERKINS 

Industrial Engineering 
32 Lafayette Avenue, Hingham 

Activities: 

Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; U. S. Naval Reserve. 
Cooperative Work: 

U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey, Boston Cadet Office 

Warren Telechron Co., Ashland Methods Man 




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HENRY PETERSON 

Chemical Engineering 
17 Lincoln Road, East Natick 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1, 
2, 3; Student Council 5; Cauldron Junior Staff, Photo- 
graphic Editor 5 ; A.I.Ch.E. President 5, Chairman of 
Program Committee of National Student Chapter Con- 
vention, Boston, 1942; Senior Week Committee; A.C.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc., Newtonville 



STANLEY R. PETERSON 

Industrial Engineering 
12 Springhill Road, Hyde Park 

Activities: 

Class Executive Committee 4; Camera Club 1, 2; 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.M.; U. S. Naval Reserve. 

Cooperative Work: 

B. F. Sturtevant, Co. Hyde Park Sheetmetal Work 

U. S. Navy, Boston Ordnance Officer 




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WILLIAM A. PICHE 

Accounting 
Lancaster, N. H. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Globe Newspaper Co., Boston Copy Boy 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Salesman 



JOHN A. PIERCE 

Liberal Arts (English) 
24 Alpine Street, Maiden 

Activities: 

German Club 2, 3; Yacht Club 3 

Cooperative Work: 

The Boston Globe, Boston 



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WALTER E. POLLEY, Jr. 

Advertising and Merchandising 
Highland Avenue, No. Chelmsford 

$BA 
Activities: 

News 2, 3, Advertising Manager 4, 5. 
Cooperative Work: 
Pepperell Mfg. Co., Boston Clerk 



ABRAHAM POLONSKY 

Mechanical Engineering 
232 Myrtle Street, New Bedford 

Activities: 

Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; A.S.M.E. 



Messenger 




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STANLEY J. POSLUSHNY 

Liberal Arts (Mathematics-Physics) 
617-18th Street, Newark, N. J. 

Activities: 

Football 4, 5; Basketball 1, 4; Baseball 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sun Oil Co., Newark, N. J. Laborer 



LESLIE E. PRIESTMAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
92 Main Street, Ashland 

Activities: 

Class Executive Council 2; Cauldron Junior Staff; 
Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Conductor 4; Glee Club 4. 

Cooperative Work: 

Towle Mfg. Co., Newburyport Trainee 

Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Hudson Draftsman 




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F. WESTON PRIOR 

Industrial Administration 
354 Wolcott Street, Auburndale 

*BA 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; 

Band 4; Fraternity Sergeant at Arms 4, Secretary 5; 

Dean's Cabinet 4; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Crittenden Mfg. Co., Boston Machinist 



THOMAS A. PRIZIO 

Civil Engineering 
3 Floyd Street, Revere 

Activities : 

Baseball 1, 2; Glee Club 1; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; N.U.C.E.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

John Rand, Melrose Transitman 

U. S. Army Engineers, Boston Chief of Party 




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MICHAEL PROHODSKY 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
School Street, Mansfield 
Activities: 

Track 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, IC4A Two-mile Indoor Crown 3, 

Cross Country 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Class 

Executive Council 4; Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges and Universities 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

S. W. Card Mfg. Co., Mansfield Machinist 



H. CARLTON RACE 

Electrical Engineering 
54 Bond Street, Norwood 

Activities: 

Student Union 5; Yacht Club 4; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

B. F. Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park Electrical Testing 

The Foxboro Co., Foxboro Engineering Dept. 



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LEON E. RASANEN 

Civil Engineering 
132 Roosevelt Avenue, Norwood 

BrE 



Football 1; Track 1, 3; Glee Club 1; N.U.C.E.S.; 
B.S.C.E.; A.S.C.E. 



Cooperative Work: 

Willcox Construction Co. Inc., 

Long Island City 



Instrument 
Man 



HOWARD I. RAVVEN 

Liberal Arts. (Economics-Sociology) 
47 Pasadena Road, Roxbury 

Activities: 

Acadejny; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Society 3, 4. 




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RICHARD F. RAYMOND 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
517 Essex Street, Lynn 
A ctivities : 

Academy, Secretary-Treasurer 4, President 5; Freshman 
Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Dean's Cabinet 4, 5, 
Vice-Chairman 4; Class Executive Council 5; Football 
Dance Committee 5; N.U.C.S. Secretary 3, President 4. 
Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Porter Chemical Co., Boston Salesman 

Sears, Roebuck and Co., Boston Stock Clerk 

Northeastern University, Boston Chemistry Dept. 

KENNETH W. RICHARDSON, Jr. 

Chemical Engineering 
824 Concord Street, Framingham 

2*A 
Activities: 

Cross Country 1; A.I.Ch.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Springfield Gas Co., Springfield 
Bay State Abrasives Products Co., 
Westboro 
Shell Oil Co., 
New York, N. Y. 



Heating Engineer 

Grain 

Tester 

Assistant Corrosion 

Engineer 




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FRANK A. RING 

Retail Merchandising 
278 Grove Street, Waltham 

Activities: 

Hus-Skiers 5; Banking and Finance Club 2; Dance 

Committee 3 ; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Grover Cronin, Inc., Waltham Salesman 

J. S. Packard Dredging Co., Assistant 

Quincy Purchasing Agent 



MICHAEL M. RIOLA 

Mechanical Engineering 
3035 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Activities : 

A.S.M.E. Executive Committee 4. 

Cooperative Work: 

Manning Maxwell and Moore, Inc. Machinist 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Producto Machine Co., Machinist 

Bridgeport, Conn. 




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VICTOR I. ROBINSON 

Electrical Engineering 
233 Lafayette Street, Salem 

Activities: 

Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; A.I.E.E. Executive Council 2, 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

Silver's Supply Co., Salem Clerk 

Silvertile Fixture Co., Lynn Shop Manager 



WILLIAM W. ROBINSON 

Banking and Finance 
17 Beach Road, Lynn 

Activities: 

Sigma Society ; Freshman Honor List ; Dean's List 2, 3, 
4, 5; News 1; Cauldron Junior Staff; Cauldron Business 
Manager; Student Council 3, 4, President 5; Class Vice- 
President 1, 2, 3, 5; Treasurer 4; Dance Committee 
Chairman 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 4; Senior Week 
Committee Chairman 5 ; Committee for Induction of 
Queen Husky ; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Ski Club President 
5; S.A.M.; U. S. Naval Reserve; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

The American News Co., Boston Sales Promotion 

The Carter's Ink Co., Boston Salesman 




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GEORGE A. ROSS 

Retail Management 
18 Dustin Street, Brighton 

2$A 
Activities: 

Football 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Cooperative Work: 

U. S. Post Office, Boston Clerk 

Boston Globe, Boston Office Work 



GEORGE G. ROSS 

Electrical Engineering 
338 Trapelo Road, Waltham 

Activities: 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Cooperative Work: 



General Radio Co., Cambridge 



Draftsman 




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ALVAN D. RUBIN 

Liberal Arts (English) 
28 Babcock Street, Brookline 

2K* 
Activities: 

Student Union 3; News 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sociology Club 4; Inter- 
fraternity Council 4. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Globe, Boston Editorial Assistant 



ANTHONY C. ROSSELLI 

Management and Advertising 
28 Heath Street, Somerville 

Activities: 

Accounting and Law Club 1, 2, 3 ; Banking and Finance 
Society 1, 2; Radio Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sawyer Construction Co., Boston Office Worker 

Rosselli Construction, Foreman and 

Somerville Timekeeper 

William's Radio, Somerville Copy Writer 

U. S. Post Office, Boston Clerk 





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SEYMOUR RUTBERG 

Liberal Arts, (Economics-Sociology) 
28 York Street, Dorchester 

2K$ 
Activities: 

Dean's List 4; Executive Council 5; Dramatic Club 5; 
Sociology 5. 



NORMAN A. SACKNOFF 

Accounting 
61 Pleasant Street, Brookline 

Activities: 

Baseball 1, 2; Track 1; Law and Accounting Club 2, 3, 

4, 5; Banking and Finance Club 1, 2; I.R.C. 1, 2; 

Glee Club 1, 2. 



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ROBERT I. SAMMONDS 

Mechanical Engineering 
431 Cabot Street, Beverly 
Activities: 

Dean's List 3, 4, 5; Basketball 1; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work : 

Sanborn Co , Cambridge Assistant Shipping Clerk 

New England Power Service Co., Draftsman 

Boston Invoice Checker 

General Electric Co., Lynn Designer, Draftsman 



WILLIAM E. SANBORN 

Chemical Engineering 
32 Vinal Avenue, Somerville 

BrE 
Activities : 

Freshman Honor List ; Student Council 4, President 5 ; 
Student Union, Intercollegiate Chairman 3, Secretary 4, 
Vice-President 5; Class Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 4; Fraternity Social Chairman 4, 
Membership Chairman 5; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates, Everett 



Chemist 



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JAMES F. SANFORD 

Electrical Engineering 
Water Mill, N. Y. 

NEZ 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Class President 4, 5; Class Treas- 
urer 3; Class Executive Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Football 
1, 2, 3; Student Council 5; Interfraternity Council 5; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4, 5; 
A.I.E.E. President 5. 

Cooperative Work : 

Western Union Telegraph Co., Laboratory 

Water Mill, N. Y. Assistant 



ARNOLD E. SAUNDERS 

Chemical Engineering 
53 Gorham Street, Chelmsford 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4, 5; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern University, Boston Chemical Assistant 




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LOUIS H. SCHALL 

Electrical Engineering 
64 Fairfield Street, Dedham 

AK2 
Activities: 

Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; I R.E. 3, 4, 5. 
Cooperative Work: 
Submarine Signal Co., Boston Draftsman 



THOMAS F. SCULLY 

Mechanical Engineering 
185 North Main Street, Ansonia, Conn. 

Activities: 

Nutmeg Club 2; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative fFork: 
M. H. Scully Co., 
Ansonia, Conn. 
Meullers Service Station, 
Ansonia, Conn. 
De Luxe Ams Co., 
Ansonia, Conn. 



Helper and Estimator 

Bench Lathe Operator 

Automobile 

Mechanic 

Head Checker on 

Condenser Settings 




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RALPH G. SEMONIAN 

Marketing and Advertising 
67 Foster Street, Brighton 

Activities: 

Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 
4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Globe Co., Boston Editorial Dept. 



LELIO SERAFINI 

Civil Engineering 
112 Lancaster Street, Quincy 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Glee Club 1; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; 

N.U.CE.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Whitman & Howard, Boston Rodman 

E. W. Branch, Inc., Quincy Instrument Man 

Hingham Homes Corp., Hingham Chief of Party 




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ROBERT W. SHACKFORD 

Mechanical Engineering 
217 Boston Avenue, Medford 

Activities : 

Dance Committee 3; C.P.T.P. 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

Socony Vacuum Oil Co., Boston Salesman 



DEAN F. SHORT 

Accounting 
44 East Britannia Street, Taunton 

*BA 

Activities: 

C.P.T.P. 4; Football 1, 2, 3 ; Interfraternity Basketball 4; 

Orchestra 1 ; Band 3 ; Accounting Club 3, 4, 5 ; Senior 

Week Committee 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Tea Room 

Swansea Print Works, Swansea Frame Tender 



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SIDNEY J. SIEGEL 

Industrial Engineering 
90 Ames Street, Lawrence 

KZ* 

Activities: 

Dean's List 5; Hockey Manager 1. 3, 4; Math Club 2; 
S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Final Checker and Packer 

Ashton Valve Co., Cambridge Production Control 



NORMAN S. SILSBY 

Mechanical Engineering 
455 High Rock Street, Needham 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 

2, 3, 4, 5; C.P.T.P. 4 5; Student Instructor 5; Chess 

Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern Physics Laboratory Laboratory Assistant 

Manager of C.P.T. P. 




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SYLVAN S. SIMON 

Chemical Engineering 
17 East Boulevard Road, Newton 

Activities: 

Chess Club 1, 2; Mathematics Club 2; Student Athletic 

Committee 4; Baseball 2 3, Captain 1, 4, All New 

England 3, 4, Honorable Mention 2; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

City of Newton Engineering Dept., Rodman and 

Newton Transitman 

American Oil Products Co., Assistant 

Cambridge Chemist 



WALTER SKOGLUND 

Mechanical Engineering 
290 Whitwell Street, Quincy 

BrE 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3; Class Repre- 
sentative 1; Dance Committee 1; Interfraternity Basket- 
ball 4; A.S.M.E. Treasurer 5; Ensign U. S. Naval 
Reserve 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

Bethlehem Steel Corp., Radiographer 

Quincy Pipe Fitter 




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ERNEST FRANCIS SLAVIN 

Mechanical Engineering 
140 Cliff Avenue, Winthrop 

KZ$ 
Activities : 

News 4; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Fraternity Corresponding Scribe 

4, 5; Chairman Social Committee 4; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Co., Draftsman 

Boston 

Hesse Machine and Mfg. Co., Machinist 

Boston Engineering Assistant 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 



BILL K. SMITH 

Mechanical Engineering 
10 Orlando Avenue, Winthrop 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston & Maine R.R., Billerica Student Apprentice 

General Electric Co., W. Lynn Student Engineer 




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DUANE S. SMITH 

Liberal Arts (Economies) 
5 Plymuoth Road, Lexington 

Activities : 

Dean's List 2, 3; Track 1; Dean's Cabinet Secretary 5; 
Student Union 5; Class Treasurer 5; Debating Club 1; 
Tennis Club 1, 2, 3; Hus-Skiers 5; International Rela- 
tions Club 3, 4, 5; S.A.M.; U. S. Naval Reserve. 

Cooperative Work: 

Falk Photo Studio, Boston Salesman 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Salesman 

Northeastern University, Boston Office Boy 

Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., Boston Clerk 



ELMER E. SMITH 

Civil Engineering 
Sabael, N. Y. 

Activities : 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; N.U.C.E.S.; B.S.C.E.; 
A.S.C.E. 

Cooperative JFork: 

Lally Column Co., Cambridge Draftsman 

Wigtom-Abbott Corp , Transitman and 

Tahawus, N. Y. Chief of Party 




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JACK SMOOKLER 

Advertising and Management 
8 Montana Street, Roxbury 

Activities: 

Dramatic Club 3, 4, 5; S.A.M. 



BERTRAM SPILLER 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
116 Lewis Street, Lynn 

Activities: 

Dean's List 3, 4; Band 1; Orchestra 1; German Club 2. 




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JAMES ROGER SPRIGGS 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
19 Jackson Street, Attleboro 



EDWARD M. SPROWL 

Banking and Finance 
10 Phillips Street, Natiek 

*BA 
Activities: 

Dean's List 3, 4; Banking and Finance Society 3, 4, 
President 5 ; Law and Accounting Club 3 ; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Dennison Mfg., Co., Boston Sales Clerk 

Atlas Tack Corp., Fairhaven Cost Accountant 




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JACK J. STALLER 

Mechanical Engineering 
83 Shore Drive, Winthrop 



Dean's List 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Fraternity Newspaper 
5; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 



NORMAN A. STEAD 

Mechanical Engineering 
79 Pleasant Street, No. Andover 

Activities: 

Cauldron Junior Staff; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Davis & Furber Machine Co., Andover Machinist 

General Electric Co., Lynn Student Engineer 




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CHARLES E. STEELE 

Mechanical Engineering 
162 Harvard Street, Quincy 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

New Haven R.R., Boston Steam Heat Man 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Pipers Helper 

Quincy X-ray Man, Outside Machinist 



JAMES F. STOLBERG 

Liberal Arts (Economics-Sociology) 
72 Mill Street, Worcester 

Cooperative Work: 

First National Stores, Sales Clerk 

Worcester and Manager 




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ABRAHAM A. STONE 

Accounting 
12 Franklin Avenue, Chelsea 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Law and 
Accounting Club 4, 5; S.A.M. 4, 5. 



MERRILL M. STONE 

Electrical Engineering 
84 Harvard Avenue, Allston 

KZ$ 
Activities : 

Band 1, 2, 3; Class Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Class 

Representative 1 ; Radio Club 3, 4, President 5 ; 

Astronomy Club 1 ; Dramatic Club 4 ; Fraternity Scribe 

5; AI.E.E.; I.R.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Inspector, Testor 

Westinghouse Electric Co., So. Boston Draftsman 




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RALPH W. STONE, Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 
402 Wilbraham Road, Springfield 

Activities: 

Senate-Tau Beta Pi; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4, 5; Sears B. Condit Award;. A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Repair Man, Inspector 

Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., Stress Analyst 

Indian Orchard Checker 



HOWARD S. STYRON 

Industrial Engineering 
127 Broad Street, New Bern, N. C. 

BrE 
Activities : 

Fraternity Bugle; S.A.M. 
Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Assemblyman 

Warren Telechron Co., Ashland Trainee 




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WALLACE F. SULLIVAN 

Accounting 
23 Villa Avenue, Cranston, R. I. 

Activities : 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- 
sities 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Northeastern University, Boston Clerk 



RICHARD D. SUTLIFF 

Civil Engineering 
69 East State Street, Gloversville, N. Y. 

NEZ 
Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3; Class Executive 

Council 3, 4, 5; N.U.C.E.S. President 5; Cross Country 

Manager 1; Fraternity Secretary 5; Student Union 

2, 3, 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Public Works Dept., Assistant Town 

Stoneham Engineer 




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FRANK S. SVELNIS 

Electrical Engineering 
163 I Street, So. Boston 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Baseball 2; Radio Club; I.R.E. ; 
A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

P. S. Thorsen Co., Construction 

So. Boston Worker 

Fore River Shipyard, Quincy Electric Draftsman 



CHARLES B. SWIFT, Jr. 

Civil Engineering 
6 Belvoir Avenue, Taunton 

Activities: 

Dean's List 4; N.U.C.E.S. Vice-President 5; Baseball 1, 
2, 3; Glee Club 1; A.S.C.E.; B.S.C.E.; E.S.N.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

N.Y.. N.H. & H. R.R. Co., Civil 

Hartford, Conn. Engineer 

National Fireworks, Inc., Civil 

W. Hanover Engineer 




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EDWARD S. TAYLOR 

Industrial Administration 
7 Linwood Street, Saugus 

$BA 
Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Glee Club 1, 4; Fraternity Treas- 
urer 4, President 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Poor's Publishing Co., Clerical, 

Wellesley Proof Reading 

Leonard W. Cronkhite, Inc., Shipping, Receiving, 

So. Boston Bookkeeping, Inventory 

WILLIAM I. TAYLOR 

Industrial Administration 
532 Fairmount Street, Fitchburg 

2$A 
Activities: 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Law and Accounting Club 2, 3; 
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Head 5; S.A.M. Junior 

Prom Committee, Student Activities 5. 
Cooperative Work: 

C. H. Merrill Co., Fitchburg Steel Driller 

Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Co., Fitchburg Inspector 
Clark-Wilcox Co., Allston Accountant 

Colt's Patent Firearms Co., Clerk 

Hartford, Conn. 




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THOMAS J. TEVLIN 

Civil Engineering 
26 Burlington Avenue, Lowell 

Activities: 

Glee Club 1; N.U.C.ES.; B.S.C.E.; A.S.C.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

F. W. Stowers, Methuen Survey Chief 

John A. Stevens, Inc., Lowell Student Engineer 



ELLSWORTH H. TIDD 

Civil Engineering 
85 Central Street, Georgetown 

Activities: 

Astronomy Club 1; N.U.C.E.S. 

Cooperative Work: 

Alfred E. Tidd, Contractor, Georgetown Carpenter 

Richard Howe, Contractor, Danvers Carpenter 




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ERNEST W. TITUS 

Mechanical Engineering 
34 Randolph Street, Canton 

Activities : 

Cross Country Squad 1; A.S.M.E. 
Cooperative Work: 

A, C. Lawrence Co., Peabody Draftsman 

Commercial Filter Corp., Boston Oil Laboratory 

Technician 



CHARLES H. TONGUE 

Industrial Administration 
Potter Boulevard, Bridgewaters, N. Y. 

AK2 
Activities: 

Class Executive Council 2 ; Banking and Finance Society 
2, 3 ; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3 ; Fraternity Social Chair- 
man 2, 3, Secretary 5; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York 

Photostat Assistant, Mail Clerk 
Morley Manufacturing Co. Methods Engineering 




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GEORGE E. TUFFIN 

Mechanical Engineering 
North Granby Road, Granby, Connecticut 

$rn 

Activities: 

Class Treasurer 3 ; Executive Council 3 ; Assistant Sec- 
tion Treasurer 4; Fraternity Social Chairman 4; Frater- 
nity President 5; Hus-Skiers 5; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Veeder Root, Inc., Hartford, Conn. Inspector and 

Assembly 
Underwood E. F. Co., Hartford, Conn. Apprentice 

Toolmaker 
Pratt and Whitney Co., E. Hartford Conn., Apprentice 

Toolmaker 



WALTER C. URBANIK 

Marketing and Advertising 
10 Becket Street, Dorchester 

2$A 
Activities: 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3. 
Cooperative Work: 
Realty, Inc., Boston Janitor 



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FENTON W. VARNEY 

Mechanical Engineering 
382 First Parish Road, Scituate 

Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Gear Works, Inc., North Quincy Mac 



ALBERT VESPAZIANI 

Mechanical Engineering 
20 Eaton Street, East Milton 



Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Boston 

Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine 

Sturtevant Co., Hyde Park 

George Lawley Corp., Neponset 



Machinist 

Outside Machinist 

Draftsman 

Engineer 




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RICHARD F. WADLEIGH 

Banking and Finance 
Treble Cove Road, North Billerica 

Activities: 

News 1, Advertising Manager 2, Assistant Business Man- 
ager 3, Business Manager 4, 5 ; Business Consultant 5 ; 
Dean's Cabinet 3 ; Class Dance Committee 2, 3 ; Junior 
Prom Committee; Cauldron Junior Staff; N.E.I.N.A. Or- 
ganization Committee 3, Convention Committee Chair- 
man 4; International Relations Club 4, 5; Track 1; Hus- 
Skiers 5; Banking and Finance Society 2, 3, 4. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sears Roebuck and Co., Boston Sporting Goods 

Salesman 
Mail Order Merchandise Adjuster 



LOUIS GERARD WAHL 

Civil Engineering 
328 Lynn Street, Maiden 

Activities : 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; N.U.C.E.S. 
Cooperative Work: 

John F. Rand, Civil Engineer, Melrose Rodman 

Instrument man 

Chief of Party 

Designer 




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GEORGE E. WALL 

Electrical Engineering 
36 Tudor Street, Lynn 

Activities: 
C.P.T.P. 4; A.I.E.E. 
Cooperative Work: 
Vulcan Electric Co., Lynn 




Tester 
Laboratory Assistant 



WILLIAM O. WALLACE 

Mechanical Engineering 
5 Nonantum Street, Newton 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2; Hockey 1; Tennis 

1; Rifle Team 3; Math Club 2, 3; Ensign— U. S. Naval 

Reserve; A.S.M.E. 



Cooperative Work: 

J. W. Greer, Cambridge 

B. F. Sturtevant, Hyde Park 

Miller Oil Co., Waltham 

Newton Free Library, Newton 



Designer 

Drafting 

Attendant 

Assistant 



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CHARLES H. WATERMAN 

Electrical Engineering 
152 Kesley Street, South Portland, Maine 

Activities: 

Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Submarine Signal Company, Boston Laboratory Assistant 



T. RAY WEAVER 

Chemical Engineering 
106 Skiff Avenue, Frankfort, N. Y. 

BrE 
Activities: 

Senate — Tau Beta Pi, Vice-President 5; Freshman Honor 
List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; Cauldron Junior Staff; Band 
1, 2; Orchestra 1; Fraternity Vice-Presdient 5; Senior 
Week Committee; Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Colleges and Universities 5; Sears B. Condit Honor 
Award 5; A.I.Ch.E., Treasurer 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Boston 

Inspection Department 
United States Rubber Co., Naugatuck, Conn. 

Laboratory Technician 



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ROLAND A. WEBBER 

Chemical Engineering 
760 Tremont Street, Boston 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Cross Country 3; Track 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD L. WELLS 

Mechanical Engineering 
15 Union Street, Randolph 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Swimming Team 1; Band 1, 2; 
C.P.T.P. 4; A.S.M.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Gear Works, Inc., North Quincy Burring 

Drilling 

Internal Grinding 

Inspection 

Blue Printing 




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SAUL S. WERSTED 

Liberal Arts (Sociology-Economics) 
10 Nahant Avenue, Revere 

Activities: 

Academy, Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Sears B. Condit Award 4. 



ANDREW W. WHITES 

Industrial Engineering 
182 Greenwood Street, Marlboro 

2$A 
Activities: 

Dean's List 5 ; Track 1 ; Dance Committee 1 ; Cauldron 

Junior Staff; Cauldron Managing Editor 5; Chess Club 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Astronomy Club 2; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work : 

Lapointe Machine and Tool Co., Marlboro 

Industrial Engineer 





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GORDON B. WHITNEY 

Chemical Engineering 
Worcester Road, Westminster 

BrE 
Activities : 

Dean's List 4; Fraternity Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, 
President 5; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Falulah Paper Co., Fitchburg Laboratory Assistant 

Fall River Gas Works Co., Fall River 

Laboratory Assistant 



LAWRENCE E. WHITNEY 

Electrical Engineering 
R. F. D. #1 Box 64 Union, Maine 

Activities: 

Freshman Honor List; Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3; Radio 
Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Rifle Club 3; Maine Club Secretary. 
Treasurer 1; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work : 
Boston Edison Co., Boston 




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ROGER C. WILDER 

Marketing and Advertising 

17 Oakland Street, Melrose 
Activities : 
Dance Committee 2, 3 ; Law and Accounting Club 5 ; 

SA.M. 
Cooperative Work : 
L. D. Paine, Boston 



Jordan Marsh Company, Boston 
R. W. Linscott Company, Boston 



Draftsman 

Superintendent 

Salesman 

Parts Department 

Stockboy 

Northeastern University, Boston Night Watchman 

J. S. Packard Dredging Co., New London, Conn. 

Shore Captain 

DEAN E. WILLIAMS 

Chemical Engineering 
39A Walnut Street, Somerville 
BrE 
Activities : 

Football 1, 2 3, Captain 4; Hockey 1; Baseball 1; Band 
1, 2, 3; Student Council 5; Interfraternity Council, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 5; Social Committee 3; Junior Prom 
Committee; Class Vice-President 4, Treasurer 5; Senior 
Week Committee Treasurer 5; A.I.Ch.E., Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 
Cooperative Work: 

John P. Squire Co., East Cambridge Shipping Clerk 

Boston Consolidated Gas Co., Everett Control Chemist 




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EUGENE R. WILLIAMS 

Chemical Engineering 
42 Harbor View Avenue, Winthrop 

Activities: 

Camera Club 1, 2; German Club 2, 3; A.I.Ch.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates, Everett 

Special Analyst 



SAUL WOLF 

Chemical Engineering 
60 Wales Street, Dorchester 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Scholarship Awards 1, 2; Frater- 
nity High Potentate 5; Interfraternity Council 4; Cam- 
era Club 5 ; A.I.Ch.E. 




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ARTHUR G. WOLFF 

Accounting 
32 Long Avenue, Allston 

Activities: 

Sigma Society; Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 2, 
3, 4, 5; Football 1; Student Union 1; Law and Account- 
ing Club 4, 5; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Banking and Finance Club 2, 3. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Co., Boston Salesman 

William Filene and Co., Boston Shipper 



J. LEONARD WOLFSON 

Merchandising 
70 Abbottsford Road, Brookline 

Activities: 

Dean's Cabinet 4; Tennis 1; Orchestra 1; C.P.T.P. 4, 5; 
Camera Club 1 ; Hus-Skiers 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

Wofson Furriers, Inc., Boston Senior Accountant 




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JOHN D. WOODWORTH 

Electrical Engineering 
Edmands Road, Framingham 

Activities : 

I.R.E.; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work : 

Raytheon Tube Corp., Newton Engineer's Helper 

Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Hudson Circuit Controller 



RUSSELL C. WRIGHT 

Marketing and Advertising 
716 Franklin Street, Melrose 

Activities : 

Bacchanalians 1 ; S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Jordan Marsh Company, Boston Sales Clerk 

Spaulding Moss Company, Boston Receiver 




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PHILIP YAFFEE 

Electrical Engineering 
62 Fayston Street, Roxbury 

Activities: 

Class Executive Council 2; Radio Club 1, 3, Secretary 2, 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Yacht Club 4; A.I.E.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Harvey Radio Laboratories, North Cambridge Drafting 

Testing 
Repairing 




DONALD J. YOUNG 

Industrial Engineering 
3rd Avenue, West Hyannisport 

Activities : 

S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work: 

Sanborn Co., Cambridge Machinist 

G and N Engineering Co., Boston Design Draftsman 



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JOHN S. YOUNG 

Industrial Engineering 
2 Selwyn Road, Belmont 
Activities: 
S.A.M. 

Cooperative Work : 

Sanborn Company, Cambridge Machinist 

Star Brass Manufacturing Co., Boston Draftsman 



MANOOG S. YOUNG 

Liberal Arts (Mathematics-Physics) 
3A Columbus Square, Boston 

Activities : 

Dean's List 4; Student Union Chairman, Intercollegiate 
and Civic Affairs Committee 5; Delegate of National 
Assembly of Student Christian Association, Miami Uni- 
versity, Oxford, Ohio 5. 




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JOSEPH B. YURYAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
9 Marjorie Street, Hudson 

Activities : 

Soaring Society, President 4, 5; A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. 

Cooperative Work: 

The Lapointe Machine Tool Co., Hudson Draftsman 




MINOT A. BRIDGHAM, Jr. 

Civil Engineering 
179 Davis Avenue, Brookline 

Cooperative Work: 

Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co., Boston, Draftsman, Surveyor. 



RALPH D. JOHNSON 

Mechanical Engineering 
45 Second Street, North Grafton 

Cooperative Work: 
Dennison Manufacturing Co., Boston. 



A. JOY CORNWELL 

Civil Engineering 
26 Orchard Avenue, Blasdell, N. Y. 



Activities: 

B.S.C.E. 

Cooperative Work: 

Boston Y.M.C.A., Boston, Maintenance ; 

NY., N.H. & Hartford R.R., Hartford, Conn , 

Railroad Construction. 



FRED C. GROSS 

Liberal Arts (English) 
980 Memorial Drive. Cambridge 



MORRIS HOCHMAN 

Liberal Arts (Chemistry) 
67 Branscomb Street, New Bedford 

Activities : 

Freshman Honor List; Football 1; N.U.Ch.S. 

A.Ch.S. 



CLARENCE E. SAWYER, Jr. 

Liberal Arts (Biology) 
51 Everett Avenue, South Portland, Maine 



JAMES J. WALSH 

Liberal Arts (English) 
Blossom Road, North Westport 



ALBERT T. WILSON 

Liberal Arts (English) 
187 Village Street, Medway 

Activities : 
Freshman Honor List; Dean's List 
Glee Club 1, 2. 

Cooperative Work: 
Y.M.C.A., Boston, Clerk. 



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WILLIAM DAVID BELL 

1919-1938 



GEORGE WILLIAM DONLEY 

1918-1939 



IN MEMDRIAM 



Robert B. Akell 
Dominic Amara 
Joseph P. Andrews 
Edward C. Barmakian 
Otto G. Bartels 
John M. Bentley 
Chester W. Bray 
Henry J. Chin 
Fred T. Dwyer 
Irving Geller 
David W. Gibbs 
Francis D. Greenleaf 
Robert A. Hamilton 
James J. Kilroy 
George H. Klemm 
Rudolph A. Laakso 
Edmund F. Lapham, Jr. 
Richard H. Leland 
Arnc F. Lofgren 



John E. Marshall 
James M. McCracken, Jr. 
James A. Morris 
David J. Morrissey 
Harold F. Morrow 
Edmund A. J. Mroz 
Simon Nathenson 
William C. Nutting 
Owney D. Oksanen 
Edward J. Parssinen 
Richard F. Raymond 
William W. Robinson 
Robert I. Sammonds 
Arnold E. Saunders 
Ralph G. Semonian 
Sidney J. Siegel 
Norman S. Silsby 
Ralph W. Stone, Jr. 
T. Ray Weaver 



Andrew W. Whites 



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Schedules are remarkable devices, for, 
if they are maintained, objectives are 
accomplished, almost imperceptibly, while 
workers are more concerned with the more 
immediate problems. 

Absorbed with the intent of gaining a 
college education, 958 men embarked on 
a five-year schedule at Northeastern Uni- 
versity in the Fall of 1937. 

Raw materials for a ship, which would 
be launched as the "1942," entered the 
gates as a diffused but solid shipyard 
located in the Back Bay section of Boston. 



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Inspection of the major part of the raw 
material was held in the Huntington 
Building while some of the specialized 
sections were being observed in the Main 
and Laboratory Buildings. Construction 
was practically dormant during the first 
year while the inspectors were testing the 
material, looking forward to the day when 
they would use the best of the raw product 
for the keel. 

During the inspection period, a huge 
and modern new way was being con- 
structed, to help form a more compact 
shipyard. This was the first of several 
ways in the proposed building plan of the 
corporation. 

As Freshmen, members of the Class 
spent the year adjusting themselves to 
their new adventure and they were not 
overanxious about joining activities. Red 
and black ties could be seen flying into 
waiting trolleys immediately after the last 
class of the day was over. 

"Whisker Frisker," the social precedent 
of the Class, attracted 250 couples at the 
Hotel Kenmore. The catchy title has 
been appropriated by the four subsequent 
Freshman classes. Fred Cusick and 
Charley Gates, representing the Class, won 
second and third places respectively in the 
Public Speaking Contest during their 
Freshman year. 



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Work on the keel of the "1942" was 
started in the Sophomore year. Raw ma- 
terial, approved by the inspectors, was 
moved to the new ways, and amid the 
conveniences of a modern workshop, a 
firm, well-balanced foundation was built 
during the year. Inconveniences of cross- 
ing a busy thoroughfare to get from one 
shop to another were memories which 
would never be experienced again. A 
campus colored with chlorophyl had re- 
placed one covered by macadam and 
parallel steel tracks. No longer would 
preceptors have to contend with dance 
orchestras practicing beneath them. A 
more compact and a more efficient ship- 
yard was the resultant of the change of 
location. 

Two smokers were held during the 
Sophomore year. Division A used a vaude- 
ville show to supplement the evening. 
Louis Michaelson walked away with first 
prize by giving imitations of F. D. R. 
giving a fire-side chat, Fred Allen, and 
other prominent persons. Dave Drum- 
inond and Bill Taylor took second prize 
with an exhibition of a couple jitterbug- 
ging. Gene Garlick, with his tap dancing, 
won third prize. Division B had a quiz 
program to augment its smoker. Harold 
Drury, Bob McNally, and Harry Mac- 
Quarrie were winners in that order. 

"The '42 Tangle" was held at the Copley 
Plaza during the Sophomore year with Ed 
Dacy, as M. C, conducting a musical quiz 
styled after Kay Kyser's Colleg of Musical 
Knowledge. Sam Zax, who later took 
second place on one of Kyser's nationwide 
broadcasts, won first honors. 

Outstanding social success of the Sopho- 
more year was "The Northeastern Moon- 
light Sail," first affair in the history of 
the University for which a steamship had 
been chartered for the exclusive use of the 
student body and guests. The S.S. Steel 
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guests, and other students sailed a tri- 
angular course outside of Boston Harbor 
on a smooth, clear, moonlight June even- 
ing. Nate Abrams added to the evening 
with several tap renditions in the cabin. 

It was during the Sophomore year that 
students throughout the country decided 
that their fish diet needed a touch of color- 
ing. It started with a Harvard under- 
graduate who paid off a debt by devouring 
a live goldfish. Students in other schools, 
not to be outdone by Harvard, took up 
the challenge and the "world record" in- 
creased day by day. Northeastern's un- 
official representative, Jack Smookler, re- 
ceived notoriety when he consumed 36 
wiggling specimens in front of the Opera 
House while a cheering crowd held up 
traffic on the Avenue. Smookler's world 
record was broken nine hours later when 
an M.I.T. gourmand was credited with 
forty fish. 

Several members of the Class of '42, who 
were destined to maintain their positions 
during the next two years, made first string 
on the varsity teams during the Sophomore 
year. Lou Cunningham and Johnny Chip- 
man were outstanding on the hockey team, 
while Jack Wiren and Sam Drevitch were 
key men on the track and cross country 
teams. Dean Williams, Ronnie Tubbs and 
Charley Abend were regulars on the foot- 
ball team and Syl Simon and Charley 
Foster were big stickers on the baseball 
team. 



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Work on the hull of the "1942" occupied 
the schedule for the Middler year. During 
this formulative year, progress became 
very evident to the yard officials. The 
"1942" assumed the smooth lines which 
had been drawn out for her. The two 
years previously given over to assure the 
ship of a firm foundation were being used 
as basis for the specialized work to follow. 



The unique dances of the Class came 
during the Middler year, which is also 
unique at Northeastern. The same year 
which brings the first grey hairs to the 
heads of many Northeastern men who 
spend many hours relating the why's and 
wherefor's of a Middler year, saw over 
200 unsuperstitious couples attending the 
"Hi-jinx" dance. Friday the 13th was the 
date of the affair at which classmates 
waved a flouting hand at dame misfortune. 
Two black cats roamed the floor, crossing 
couples' paths, while carefree students 
were breaking mirrors and walking under 
a specially erected ladder. Students did 
not report any serious consequences, but 
the Class Treasurer, Jimmy Sanford, woe- 
fully claimed that dame misfortune had 
wreaked her misfortune on him. The 
bookkeeping entry for the dance was also 
unique in that it was the only one in the 
history of the Class which was inserted in 
red ink. 

Division B came along with the 
equally unusual "Double Decker" dance 
held at Longwood Towers. Two bands 
were featured at this affair: Harry Daw 
supplied the regular dance music, while 
Ed Parsley and his "Saddle Pals" offered 
entertainment at the intermission with 
cowboy songs, rope tricks, and poor jokes. 

Most of the out of state and many local 
members of the Class had become mem- 
bers of fraternities by the Middler Year. 
These men found in their fraternities a 
substitute for their homes which was 
better than they had expected to find. 
The housemother furnished the home 
cooked food and just enough parental 
supervision to keep them from going too 
far astray. Members made strong friend- 
ships and "brothers" were surprised to find 
the extent to which fellow members would 
go to help them out of any difficulty. 
Fraternity members were exposed, more 
so than non-fraternity members, to an im- 
portant course which they did not sign up 
for, i.e., human nature. 

Al Pajonas and Wally Sullivan, two of 
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programs to be graduated with the Class 
of '42, were both first stringers on the 
baseball and basketball teams during the 
1939-40 college year. 



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Specialization was necessary during the 
Junior year if the boat was to attain per- 
fection by June 1942. Each member con- 
centrated on his major and the hull of 
the "1942" was outfitted with the special 
parts. At the end of the year the ship 
appeared nearly ready for launching, as 
all the elements called for in the blue- 
prints had been placed. True, all the 
specifications had been met but there was 
still a short period, called for in the sche- 
dule, necessary to polish up the various 
parts before launching could be held. 

Social activity was dormant during the 
early part of the Junior year, for class- 
mates were looking forward to the cli- 
mactic social event of their lives — the 
Junior Promenade — and anything else 
would have been out of place. 

Committeemen worked hard and silently. 
They met at least once a week to spend 
an evening preparing for the night which 
would be termed perfect by their class- 
mates. The committee pledged their word 
to keep the plans secret until notification 
came through the proper channel. Every 
committeeman kept his pledge and 
through the medium of the NEWS, mem- 
bers of the Class learned that the Imperial 
Ballroom of the Hotel Statler had been 
selected as the site of the Prom. 

Other announcements came through 
periodically and prosaically to the mem- 
bers of the Class who were interested 
primarily in one thing: "Whose band will 
be selected to afford the music for the big 
affair?" 

Then the announcement was made: 
Harry James, the World's No. 1 Trum- 
peter, and his nineteen-piece orchestra had 



been signed to play for the most elaborate 
social event of the Class. Students were 
unanimous in their acclaim, and not one 
ticket was returned as a registration of 
disapproval of the selection. 

Students were going to great extremes 
to make sure that the evening would be 
a social success. Emily Post's "Blue Book" 
had a long reserved list at the public 
libraries in Greater Boston. Some students 
were taking dancing lessons so that they 
would be right up to form when the 
evening came. Everyone reserved the 
evening of April 4 with his best girl, and 
then became absorbed with making sure 
that every detail for the evening had been 
taken care of. 

Then the evening came. Baggy sport 
clothes were doffed for the vesture re- 
quired by the affair. Tails were donned 
for the first time by the majority of Class 
members and each one called for his own 
"Miss Northeastern." 

Couples entered the Imperial Ballroom 
and began an evening which was later 
termed "a social and financial, if not an 
epicurean success." James proved he had 
a just claim to his "World's No. 1 Trum- 
peter" title. The music was smooth, the 
vocalist, Dick Haines, was very good, and 
the air of sophistication made the evening 
particularly pleasant. But the Class re- 
ceived a minor set-back when the an- 
nouncement was made that the guest of a 
prominent Class of 1941 student, Gerald 
DeNapoli, had been selected as "Miss 
Northeastern." Following the grand march 
the attendees received their only major 
disappointment when they returned to 
their tables for the scheduled chicken 
dinners, which turned out to be a poor 
facsimile of a midnight snack. 

Despite these "set-backs," the Class was 
grateful to Johnny Chipman, Chairman, 
and the rest of the committee for arrang- 
ing an evening which will be cherished 
forever. 

Music officially ended at 3 A.M., but 
few students danced until the end. By 
that time students were engaged in carry- 



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ing out their schedules which had been 
arranged beforehand. 

Names of members of the Class could 
be found in important offices and positions 
in every activity and sport during the 
Junior year. Si Nathenson and Dick Wad- 
leigh held the top positions on the NEWS, 
leading the staff toward the third straight 
"All-American" rating. They were also 
responsible for the success of the New 
England Inter-Collegiate Newspaper Asso- 
ciation convention held at Northeastern. 
Mike Prohodsky won national recognition 
when he captured the I.C. 4A. two-mile 
championship at Madison Square Garden 
in New York while Fred Cusick was gain- 
ing fame throughout New England with 
his daily sports review over Station WCOP 
in Boston. 



enior 

Activity during the Senior year was 
pointed toward the last social event of the 
Class — Senior Week. But the festivities 
scheduled for June would have been 
poorly attended by many B.A.'s, L.A.'s, 
and some of the engineers who would, by 
that time, be working for Uncle Sam. 
Draft boards which had been lenient 
toward college students before December 
7, 1941, became very strict about their 
deferments after the attack on Pearl Har- 
bor. So it was decided to have two sepa- 
rate Senior Weeks — one for each division. 
Division A has had its affairs — a stag 
banquet at the Hotel Gardner and a formal 
dinner-dance in the Statler Terrace Room 
— and Division B is expected to have 
similar affairs. Thus, the Class is deprived 
of the opportunity of terminating its 
studies with the fanfare of previous 
Classes. But the situation could not be 
helped and the members have one con- 
solation; i.e., the Junior Promenade will 
be all the more vivid because it is the 
brightest spot in social history — the one 



point where both divisions united for the 
Class formal. 

Seniors played prominent roles during 
their final year at Northeastern. To men- 
tion a few, Rudy Laskso was instrumental 
in having the College of Engineering ac- 
cepted by Tau Beta Pi, national honor 
society for Engineering Colleges; Bill 
Robinson and Gordon Brown played im- 
portant parts in organizing the Hus-skiers; 
and Alpha Kappa Sigma, under Charley 
Patterson, purchased $1200 worth of de- 
fense bonds. 

The ship is nearly complete and ready 
for launching according to the schedule 
which was set five years ago. As the Ad- 
ministration prepares for the commence- 
ment exercises, it finds that while it was 
building one large ship, there are over 300 
smaller boats which make the larger ship 
complete. These boats have completed 
their formulative period on the ways and 
must be launched to make way for a new 
ship. 

But they are not complete. As with 
every ship, there is much work to be 
done after the launching — their careers 
are just beginning. These boats have been 
moulded according to a pattern of the 
world which looks to them for leadership. 
To date these boats have had a similar 
background but with the launching this 
similarity ceases. Different experiences 
and environments will make them more 
individualistic as the years pass. Someone 
once aptly said: 
"It is the set of the Sails 

And not the gales 

Which determine the course you go." 

It is impossible to predict at this time 
where these ships will sail and to what 
extent their careers will be successful. 
Their first objectives are Tokyo, Berlin, 
and Rome. When these goals have been 
attained, then they may embark on the 
courses which they themselves choose. A 
far better author than the present one will 
record that history for the twenty-fifth 
reunion in 1967. 

G. B. C. 



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JOHN C. CHIPMAN 
Captain of the Hockey Team 



JOSEPH DIAS 
Captain of the 1941 Football Team 



SAMUEL DREVITCH 

Captain of the Cross Country Team 



RUDOLPH A. LAAKSO 
Senior Class President 




JAMES M. McCRACKEN, JR. 
Highest Ranking Business Ad- 
ministration Senior (Cumulative 
Grade for Four and One-Half 

Years) 



JAMES A. MORRIS 
Highest Ranking Liberal Arts 
Senior (Cumulative Grades for 
Four and One-Half Years) 



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CLINTON P. MOTT 
President of the Student Union 



EDMUND A. J. MROZ 

Highest Ranking Engineering 
Senior (Cumulative Grades for 
Four and One-Half Years) 



SIMON NATHENSON 

Editor-in-Chief of the Northeastern 

News 



MICHAEL PROHODSKY 
Captain of the 1942 Track Team 




WILLIAM W. ROBINSON 
President of the Student Council 



WILLIAM E. SANBORN 

President of the Student Council 




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Men of Energy 



117 




JAMES F. SANFORD 

Senior Class President 



SYLVAN S. SIMON 
Captain of the 1941 Baseball Team 



WALLACE F. SULLIVAN 

Captain of the 1942 Baseball Team 



DEAN WILLIAMS 

Captain of the 1940 Football Team 



JACOB WIREN 

Captain of the 1941 Track Team 




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118 





UVitiC^ 



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First Row. left to right: Lapham. Fisher, Weaver. Laakso. Kilroy. Saundl 
sinen. Second Row. left to right: Silsby, Barzelay, Church. Berkland, Skwar 

Greenleaf. Third Row, lift to right: Mroz, Gibbs, Morrissey, Coughlii 
n, Stone, Chin. 



RUDOLPH A. LAAKSO, '42 

President 

T. RAY WEAVER. '42 

Vice-President 

ARNOLD E. SAUNDERS, '42 

Recording Secretary 



EDMUND F. LAPHAM, Jr., '42 

Corresponding Secretary 

JAMES J. KILROY, '42 

Treasurer 

HARLAND S. FISHER, '42 

Cataloguer 



ADVISORY BOARD 

Prof. Frederick R. Henderson, Massachusetts Beta, '32 
Mr. Martin W. Essigmann, Massachusetts Beta, '38 
Prof. George H. Meserve, Jr., Massachusetts Epsilon, '25 
Dean William C. White. Massachusetts Epsilon, '25 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Mr. Martin W. Essigmann, '38 

Prof. Albert E. Everett, '23 

Mr. Warren L. Ganong, '37 

Dr. Elmer E. Haskins, '25 

Prof. Frederick R. Henderson, '32 

Prof. George H. Meserve, Jr. 



Prof. Edward S. Parsons, '22 
Mr. George E. Pihl, '37 
Mr. Albert K. Schmieder, '41 
Mr. Loring M. Thompson, '40 
Dean William C. White, '25 
Prof. Albert E. Whittaker, '24 



Edward C. Barmakian 
Arthur R. Barzelay 
Henry Chin 
Arthur E. Church, Jr. 
Joseph F. Coughlin 
Harland S. Fisher 
David W. Gibbs 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 
Francis D. Greenleaf 
Richard B. Hinckley 
James J. Kilroy 
Rudolph A. Laakso 
Edmund F. Lapham, Jr. 
David J. Morrissey 
Harold F. Morrow 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Irving T. Berkland Walter W. Schuster 



Edmund A. Mroz 
Edwin J. Parssinen 
Arnold E. Saunders 
Norman S. Silsby 
Ralph W. Stone, Jr. 
T. Ray Weaver 
Philip Yaffee 



Frank J. Skwarek 



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fi'wt £ok>, left to right: Lofgren, Dean, Know! 

Robinson Moody. Second Row. left to right: I 

McKay, Datz, Bolz. Third Row, left to ri 

Hampton. 



,'IacQu.urie, Andrews, McCracken, 
r, Bucci, Shaw, O'Neill, Nutting, 
Sorgi, Hogan, Varner, Litvack, 



JOSEPH ANDREWS, '42 

President 

HARRY A. MacQUARRIE, '42 

Secretary 



JAMES McCRACKEN, '42 

Vice-President 

GEORGE W. DEWEY, '43 

Treasurer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 
DEAN ASA S. KNOWLES PROF. RUDOLPH M. MORRIS 

PROF. G. RAYMOND FENNELL PROF. GERALD R. TATTON 

DEAN ASA S. KNOWLES 
Faculty Adviser 



Joseph Andrews 
Kenneth Brierly 
Harry B. Hatch 



William R. Bolz 
Maxwell W. Datz 
Bernard L. Durgin 



Richard P. Bucci 
Carl R. Dillon 
Albert Frager 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Arne F. Lofgren 
Harry A. MacQuarrie 
James M. McCracken, Jr. 
Arthur G. Wolff 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

William R. Hampton 
Robert E< Hogan 
Leonard Litvack 

MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 
Phillip E. Johnson 
Arthur R. McKay 
Frederick D. O'Neill 
Albert F. Varner, Jr. 



William C. Nutting 
William W. Robinson 
Ralph G. Semonian 



Sumner D. Miller 
Richard E. Moody 
George W. Dewey 



Graham T. Riggs 
Donald J. Shaw 
Pasquale V. Sorgi 



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RICHARD F. RAYMOND, '42 
President 



SIMON NATHENSON, '42 
Secretary-Treasurer 



RICHARD H. LELAND, '42 
Vice-President 



DEAN WILFRED S. LAKE 
Faculty Adviser 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Richard H. Leland Simon Nathenson 

Richard F. Raymond 



Howard I. Ravven 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Ruben D. Rachmilovitz Robert H. Willis Saul S. Wersted 



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First Row. lejt to right: Nathenson, Berkland. Willis. Robinson Baile 

Williams. Second Row. left to right: Ashline. Sanford. O'Brien. Juusola 

Doyle. Richardson Stretton, Cameron, McQuarrie. Third Row. left t 

Chesley, Scott. Shanahan. Imber. Mustard. Grant. 



WILLIAM E. SANBORN, '42 
ROBERT H. WILLIS, '43 
PHILIP H. BAILEY, '42 
IRVING T. BERKLAND, '43 



Presidents 

Vice-Presidents 

Secretaries 

Treasurers 

DEAN HAROLD W. MELVIN 

Faculty Adviser 



WILLIAM W. ROBINSON, '42 

JOHN C. CHIPMAN, '42 

FREDERICK M. CUSICK, '42 

RICHARD A. MORSE, '43 



Philip H. Bailey 
John C. Chipman 
Frederick M. Cusick 
Roy A. Juusola 



MEMBERS PROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Harry A. MacQuarrie 
Simon Nathenson 
Charles R. Patterson 
Henry Peterson 
Dean E. Williams 



William W. Robinson 
Richard F. Raymond 
William E. Sanborn 
James F. Sanford 



Robert D. Ashline 
Irving T. Berkland 
Richard A. Morse 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Thomas F. O'Brien 
George L. Richardson 
Lewis K. Scott 



Thomas E. Stretton 
Robert H. Willis 



Paul W. Cameron 
Earle M. Chesley 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Robert S. Doyle 
Edward F. Parker 



William J. White 
Chatson Wong 



J. Alden Cheever 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Charles R. Grant 
James L. Shanahan 



Robert M. Mustard 



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First Row. left to right: Juusola, Willis, Oxton. Mott. Nathenson. McKenzie, Morse. 

Second Row. left to) right: Weinrebe, Robinson, A. Borofsky, S. Borofsky, Smith, 

Rubin, Stretton, Wilson. Third Row. left to right: Worrey, Kennedy, Musiker, 

Crowdis, Adams. Dalgleish. 



CLINTON P. MOTT, '42 Presidents 

WILLIAM E. SANBORN, '42 Vice-President 
FRANCIS W. McKENZIE, '43 Secretaries 

WALTER A. BONG, '43 Treasurers 



ERNEST G. OXTON, '43 



SIMON NATHENSON, '42 
WILFRED RUNK. '43 



DR. CHARLES W. HAVICE, Faculty Adviser 



ADVISORY BOARD 



PRESIDENT CARL S. ELL 
DR. NEWTON C. FETTER 
DR. CHARLES W. HAVICE 



PROF. EDWARD S. PARSONS 
DEAN HAROLD W. MELVIN 
DEAN WILLIAM C. WHITE 



RICHARD H. KENNEDY, '43 
ROBERT H. WILLIS, '43 
GEORGE D. CAMERON, '44 
STANLEY H. WORREY, '44 
GEORGE KOSTAS, '43 
ROY A. JUUSOLA, '42 
GEORGE B. CROWDIS, '42 
WILLIAM E. SANBORN, '42 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

Intercollegiate 
Religious 
Social 
Welfare 
Service 
Freshman Relations 
Publicity- 
Membership 
Interfaith 



MANOOG YOUNG, '42 

DAVID L. THOMPSON, '44 

JOSEPH WEINREBE, '44 

D. HUBBARD FREEMAN, '44 

THOMAS E. STRETTON, '43 

KAY S. BLACKMAN, '43 

DONALD SCHEIN, '43 

ARNOLD J. BOROFSKY, '43 



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First Row, left to right: Nathenson, Smith. Raymond Dean Lake Ellison. McKenzie. Leland. 
Second Row. left to right: Preston, Pruter. Willis. Lovering, Rose. Gogan, Imber. Curuby, Scheue 



DEAN WILFRED S. LAKE, Faculty Adviser 



Joseph Dias 
Richard H. Leland 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Simon Nathenson Duane S. Smith 

Richard F. Raymond 



Donald L. Ellison 
Thomas F. Gogan 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Francis W. McKenzie 
Henry O. Rose 



Robert H. Willis 



Michael J. Azzone 
Nicholas G. Curuby 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

David W. Lovering 
Ronald F. McKinnon 



Edward F. Preston 
Hugo R. Pruter 



William A. Foster 
Arthur L. Freundlich 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Francis R. Hankard Peter J. Manos 

Stanley D. Imber Paul J. Scheuer 



College of Liberal Arts 

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125 



CHEERLEADERS 

Two new cheers were introduced this year — "The 
Husky Wail," and "Fight, Northeastern." Both of 
them have been very successful. 

The cheerleaders have led Northeastern followers 
at all the football and basketball games. They have 
also assisted at rallies, parades, and various school 
programs, such as the Coronation of King Husky II. 

The squad consists of Stanley M. Buchanan, '44, 
head cheerleader; Robert E. Clayton, Jr., '46; Robert 
A. Gross, '44; Peter J. Manos, '45; Harold R. Musiker, 
'43; and George P. Petitin, Jr., '46. 





CAMERA CLUB 

In both divisions weekly lectures and darkroom 
demonstrations were conducted. Lectures and demon- 
strations were concerned mainly with all phases of 
developing, printing, and enlarging. 

Two shows were conducted, one in each division, 
which were open to the entire student body. These 
included pictures taken on the campus. A colored, 
still-picture show was presented by Paul Knaut. 

Officers for division A are, Robert G. Porter, '45, 
Chairman; David R. Wood, '45, Treasurer; for Divi- 
sion B, Sherman M. Kramer, '44, Chairman; Paul A. 
Knaut, Treasure. Professor George H. Meserve, Jr., acted as faculty adviser. 



CHESS CLUB 

The Tuesday and Thursday meetings of the North- 
eastern Chess Club were very well attended this year. 
Several new chess sets were purchased. 

Professor Joseph A. Coolidge, the faculty adviser 
to the club, instructed the beginners, and willingly 
played the old timers to a standstill. 

The President of the club was John H. Kerr, Jr., 
'44, and the Secretary-Treasurer, John H. Taylor. 
Jr., '46. 





ASTRONOMY CLUB 

The Astronomy Club has extended its interests to 
include a study of the sky for stars and clouds, and 
the earth for rocks, minerals, and geological features. 

The club members are also interested in the use of 
the principles of physics and chemistry. Visits to 
museums, astronomical observatories, and quarries 
are made in small groups. 

This year's officers are: President, James E. Cor- 
nish, '46; Vice-President, James I. Connelly, '46; 
Faculty Adviser to the club is Prof. C. David Johnson. 



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INTERNATIONAL 
CLUB 



RELATIONS 



Tht 



The I. R. C. sponsored a Pan-American conference 
in conjunction with a nation-wide series of confer- 
ences of similar nature in other universities. 

The International Relations Clubs of the East met 

at a conference at Smith College, sponsored by the 

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, to 

i\-f discuss foreign relations. N. U. was represented by 

'^SS eight club members at five round table discussions. 

The club was represented at the Foreign Policy 
Associations meetings throughout the year, and re- 
ports of the meetings were given at the club meetings, 
club has no official officers. Professor Hamilton is faculty adviser. 



LAW AND ACCOUNTING CLUB 

Activities in the Law and Accounting Club centered 
around reports given by individual members. 

Joseph P. Andrews, '42, drew upon his personal 
experience in the development and analysis of "Ap- 
paratus Cost Accounting." Dominic 0. Barbiero, 
'42, delivered a report based on research into current 
law and accounting problems. An analysis of ac- 
counting procedure in banks was made by Robert 
C. Campbell, '44. 

Group discussions, participated in by members of 
the club, featured other meetings. 

Officers of the club are: Presidents, Stephen J. Donlon, Jr., '42, and Arthur 
G. Wolff, '43; Vice-Presidents, Robert C. Campbell, '44, and George W. Dewey, 
'43; Secretaries, James L. Pappas, '43, and Albert Laughey, '44. Prof. Alfred 
DAlessandro is the faculty adviser. 




BANKING AND FINANCE 
SOCIETY 

During the first semester, the club discussed the 
security of national business. From an imaginary 
fund of $100,000 invested, members made profits 
amounting to nearly $10,000. Evening meetings 
were taken up largely by discussions of the fascinat- 
ing "Odd-Lot Index." 

Declaration of war plunged the club into the 
subject of withholding taxes, and its effects. Evening 
meetings in the second semester featured an analysis 
by Mr. Guild, of the Boston Stock Exchange. 

Division A officers of the club are Edward M. 
Sprowl, '42, President; Harry W. Martin, '42, Vice-President; John Lally, '44, 
Secretary; and Albert Varner, '44, Treasurer. Division B officers are William 
W. Robinson, '42, President; Philip MacBarron, '43, Vice-President; William 
Shannon, '44, Secretary-Treasurer. Professor Hurshel E. Underhill acted as 
faculty adviser. 




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DEBATING CLUB 

Business meetings and practice sessions of the 
Debating Society have been held regularly on Tues- 
days throughout the year. 

The upperclass, freshman, and evening division 
teams have debated with M. I. T. on the national 
intercollegiate proposition, Resolved: "That the Fed- 
eral Government should regulate by law all labor 
unions in the United States." 

Officers of the club are, Edward F. Preston, '44, 
acting president; Hugo P. Pruter, '44, vice-president; 
and Robert E. Miller, '45, secretary. Mr. Norvish 
was the faculty adviser. 





H US-SKIERS 

The Hus-Skiers were organized in December, 1941, 
with a membership of 110. The club has enjoyed a 
very successful first year, culminating in a ski carnival 
on March 7 and 8, at Cranmore Mountain, North 
Conway, New Hampshire. The competitive material 
within the club is such that there are plans for inter- 
collegiate competition in 1943. 

Officers are: Presidents, Gordon H. Brown, '42, and 
William W. Robinson, '42; Vice-Presidents, Robert 
E. McKee, '45, and Gordon H. Brown, '42; Secre- 
taries, Bradford Holt, '46, and Carl E. Gubellini, '44; 

Treasurers, Kenneth Burr, '46, and Charles 0. Anderson, '42. Mr. Alvin R. 

Ingraham is the faculty adviser to the club. 




RIFLE CLUB 

National defense has greatly increased interest and 
participation in the Rifle Club. More than 150 
students came to the first club meeting, and later 
tried out on the rifle range. 

The high point of the year's activity was the New 
England College Rifle League Tournament in March. 
N. U. scored fifth, preceded by Yale, Coast Guard, 
M. I. T., and Harvard, in that order. Elwood Myers 
rated third in individual shooting. In addition, 
Prof. J. James Devine, adviser to the club, was made 
director of the League for next year. 

Minor letters for riflery have been awarded to Ray H. Bartlett, Jr., '42; Vernon 
F. Carpenter, '43; Frederick A. Moore, Jr., '43; Elwood R. Myers, '42; Carl W. 
Pinkham, '44; Robert B. Richmond, '45; Hugh P. Simms, '44; Everett E. Stone, 
'43 ; David M. Straight, '43. 

Officers of the Club are: Elwood R. Myers, '42, President; Norman S. Crossley, 
'42, and Eugene F. Tangherlini, 43, Vice-Presidents; Arthur J. Davis, '45, and 
Frederick A. Moore, Jr., '43, Secretaries; Everett E. Stone, '43, and David M. 
Straight, '43, Treasurers; David R. Wood, '45, and Hugh P. Simms, '43, 
Ordnance Officers. 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




JOHN F. CAMPBELL 
JAMES JEFFERSON 
CHARLES P. KENNEY 
HARRY B. HATCH 



kjl to right: Campbell, Morse, Jefferson. Hil 

Presidents 

Vice-Presidents 

Secretaries 

Treasurers 

PROF. ALBERT E. WHITTAKER 

Faculty Adviser 



RICHARD A. MORSE 

R. SCOTT SMITH 

ROWLAND HILL 

EDWARD J. SHAY 




LEROY C. BOWER 
GUNNAR MYRBECK 
ROBERT W. WATTS 
HARRY M. HILTON 



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skins. Bowe 






t: Won K . Watts, Hilto 


n O'Neill. 


My 


rbeck. 


Presidents 






ROBERT D. HORNE 


Vice-Presidents 






PAUL G. CLEARY 


Secretaries 






FRED D. O'NEILL 


Treasurers 






CHATSON WONG 



DR. ELMER E. HASKINS 

Faculty Adviser 



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130 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




First Row. left to right: Leach, Shanakia 
Second Row. left to right: Maker, Lon K , Prof. Meserve, Cheever, Phil 



THOMAS G. WHITE 
PHILIP S. SLOAN 
JAMES A. PHILLIPS 
RICHARD H. DOUGLAS 



Presidents 

Vice-Presidents 

Secretaries 

Treasurers 

PROF. GEORGE H. MESERVE, Jr. 

Faculty Adviser 



JAMES L. SHANAHAN 

GEORGE A. LEACH, Jr. 

ROBERT W. MAKER 

J. ALDEN CHEEVER 

EDWARD J. LONG, Jr. 




First Row. left to right: Scott, Carleton. Kemp, Gardine 



EDWARD SCOTT 

President 

HUGH CARLETON 

Secretary 

MR. ERNEST L. SPENCER 

Adviser 



A. HARVEY GARDNER 

Vice-President 

C. ARTHUR KEMP 

Treasurer 

BRADFORD R. ADAMS 

Student Council Representative 



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131 




GEORGE B. CROWDIS, 
Editor-in-Chief 



WILLIAM W. ROBINSON, 

Business 



RICHARD H. LELAND, 
Managing Editor 



ANDREW W. WHITES, 
Managing Editor 




The five years of the immediate past which we have spent together are undoubtedly the 
most formulative years of our lives. During that period something new has been added to 
each person listed in this book. 

It is the purpose of the Cauldron Board to record the results of these important years and 
to make them available to each member — to furnish each with a lifetime of memories. 

In editing Volume Twenty-one, we have made fundamental changes, designed to interest 
and please all seniors. We hope that these changes will accomplish their purpose. 

Our duties are finished except for one: that of selecting seven men, from the list on the 
opposite page, who will be responsible for producing the 1943 Cauldron. To them we offer 
our best wishes, and trust that their task will be as pleasant as ours has been. 



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HENRY PETERSON, 
Photographic Editor 



ALFRED G. IRISH, 
Photographic Editor 



ARTHUR E. CHURCH, Jr., 
Informal Pictures Editor 



PROF. EVERETT C. MARSTON, 

Faculty Adviser 




Arthur T. Annis 
Kay S. Blackman 
Bernard L. Durgin 
Richard M. Hatch, Jr. 
Rowland B. Hill 
Robert E. Hogan 
Richard H. Kennedy 
G. Walter May 
Francis W. McKenzie 




J. Burton Meisner 
Henry J. Milo, Jr. 
Richard E. Moody 
Richard A. Morse 
William H. Rathgeber 
George L. Richardson 
Thomas E. Stretton 
Chester E. Willette 
Robert H. Willis 



First Rom. left 

Second Row, left to right: H 

Third Row 



^o right: Willis. McKenzie. Morse. 
tch, Hogan. Meisner, Moidy, Richa 
left to right: Milo, Willette. 



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First Row, lilt to right: Geffen, Shnaper, Campbell. Muskier, Nowlin, Lerner, Goldman. 

cond Row, lift to right: Dobish, Pomeroy. Markham, A. Borofsky, S. Borofsky, McDowell, 

Pruter. McKenzie. 

Third Row, left to right: Baxter, Kaufman. Imber, Worrey. 



Reporting Staff: Alec P. Dobish, '46; George M. Libin, '46; William G. Manning, '46; Cecil 

R. E. Baxter, '46; Tzolag A. Aaronian, '43; Arnold J. Borofsky, '43; Paul K. Plakias, '44; 

Edward Mroz, '42; Leonard I. Lerner, '45; Aaron L. Smith, '45; Ralph E. Worthington, '46; 

Donald E. Greene, '46; Sol Burstein, '45. 

Feature Staff: Ronald Douglas, '45; Robert Doyle, '44; Martin M. Goldman, '45; William G. 

Nowlin, '45; Norman B. Richard, '43; Franklin Feinstein, '45; Stanley D. Imber, '45; Hugo 

R. Pruter, '44; Milton K. Adams '45; Robert G. Drew, '44; Morris B. Finklestein, '46; 

Ernest J. Zitke, '46. 

Sports Staff: Robert Shnaper, '44; Simon Cohen, '45; Robert E. Tully, '46; Robert Kalin, '45; 
John Stewart, '43; John F. Campbell, '43; Stephen J. Donlon, '42; Wilfred C. Rodgers, '43. 

Advertising Staff: Samuel Ash, '45; John Ogonik, '42; Stanley Worrey, '44; John Dalgleish, 

'46; Maxwell Breslau, '46; Irwin Benjamin, '46; Horace Seldon, '46; Albert E. Varner, '44; 
J. Alden Cheever, '45 ; Samuel Tassel, '45. 

Photographic Staff: John Chapman, '46; Sumner S. Fanger, '45; J. Richard Akeroyd, '44; 
Milton Geffen, '44. 

Circulation Staff: Stanley Shuman, '46; Richard W. Pomeroy, '46; Joseph P. Ricci, '46; 

Charles H. Greenwood, Jr., '46; Harvey H. Kaufman, '44; Sumner L. Borofsky, '44; Irving 

T. McDowell. '44; Thomas L. Gieschi, '44; Harold R. Musiker, '44; Robert A. Torrey, '45; 

Herbert J. Hershman, '44; Robert B. Milgroom, '45. 



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First Rom, left to right: Stretton, Wadleigh, Nathenson, Oxton. 
Second Row. left to right: Carleton. Durgin, Gubellini, Rose, Dwyer, Polley, Crowdis, Feinburg. 



SIMON NATHENSON, '42 
Editor-in-Chief 



MR. RANDALL W. HOFFMANN 
Faculty Adviser 



ERNEST G. OXTON, '43 
Managing Editor 



PROF. WILLIAM T. CLONEY 

Technical Consultant 



RICHARD F. WADLEIGH, '42 
Business Manager 



THOMAS E. STRETTON, '43 
Associate Managing Editor 



A. JOSEPH FEINBERG, '44 

Acting Managing Editor 



DONALD H. FREEMAN, '44 
Make-up Editor 



NEWS EDITORS 
GEORGE B. CROWDIS, '42 BERNARD L. DURGIN, Jr., '43 



HENRY O. ROSE, '43 



EDWARD STEACIE, '42 



FEATURE EDITORS 



SPORTS EDITORS 



CARL E. GUBELLINI, '44 



FRED DWYER, '42 



CIRCULATION MANAGERS 
RUSSELL CARLETON, '44 JOHN H. RUSSELL, '43 

ADVERTISING MANAGERS 
CLARENCE D. WAINWRIGHT, '44 WALTER E. POLLEY, '42 

PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITOR 
DONALD E. SCHEIN, '43 



THE NEWS BOARD 



135 



American Society of 



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 




Sect 


First 
mil Row 


Row. lell 
. lell to 


lo right: Hardy, Bad.il; 
right: Scott, SkogUmd, 


i, Laaksc 

Fisher. IV 


Division A 










ROBERT H. MURRAY, 


'42 




Chairmen 




DOUGLAS C. HANDY, 


'43 




Vice-Chairmen 


I 


HAROLD F. MORROW, 


'42 




Secretaries 




WALTER SKOGLUND, 


'42 




Treasurers 





Division B 

VINCENT BADALA, '42 

PHILLIP E. SHERIDAN, '43 

LEWIS K. SCOTT, Jr., '43 

RUDOLPH A. LAAKSO, '42 



PROF. ALBERT E. WH1TTAKER 

Faculty Adviser 




First Row. left to right: Swift, Sutliff, Burke. 

RICHARD D. SUTLIFF, '42 CHARLES B. SWIFT, Jr., '42 IRVING T. BERKLAND, '43 
President Vice-President Secretary 

EDWARD L. BURKE, '43 JOSEPH J. CAPUTI, '42 GEORGE W. HANKINSON. '43 

Treasurer Assistant Secretary Assistant Treasurer 

Executive Committee: Saul Landsman, '42; George W. Hankinson, '43; John W. Wiita, '44; 
Richard W. Newcomb, '45; Joseph J. Caputi, '42; Robert H. Brown, '43; Chatson Wong, '44. 
PROF. CHARLES O. BAIRD 
Faculty Adviser 

Northeastern University 

CIVIL ENGINEERING SDEIETY 



136 



American Institute of 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 




First Rom. Icjt to right: Ashton. Whilford. Sanford, Lapham, Kilroy. Macaulay, Grecnleaf. 



Second Row, left to right: Morrissey, Mahc 



Ha 



I Iu 



Grant, Bur 



JAMES F. SANFORD, '42 
JOHN R. WHITFORD, '43 
DONALD ASHTON, '44 



Chairmen 

Secretaries 

Treasurers 

PROF. ROLAND G. PORTER 

Faculty Adviser 



EDMUND F. LAPHAM, '42 

JAMES J. KILROY, '42 

CHESTER L. MACAULEY, '43 



I'd 




First Row. lilt to right: Church, Brown. Prof. Bake 
Second Row. lilt to right: Parker, Plato, Schuster, Ashline, Z 



HENRY PETERSON, '42 ROBERT D. ASHLINE, '43 ARTHUR E. CHURCH, Jr., '42 

President Vice-President Secretary 



T. RAY WEAVER, '42 
Treasurer 



ROBERT I. BROWN, '42 PROF. CHESTER P. BAKER 
Vice-President Facility Adviser 



American Institute of 



CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



137 



Society for the 

ADVANCEMENT DF MANAGEMENT 

College of Business Administration 




it: Lofgren. McArdle. 
Jennings. Wagner, Irish. 

ARNE LOFGREN, '42 Presidents HENRY J. McARDLE, '43 

RICHARD SUTTON, '43 Vice-Presidents ALFRED G. IRISH, '42 

PAUL M. WAGNER, Jr., '44 Secretary-Treasurers EDWARD W. JENNINGS, '43 

DEAN ASA S. KNOWLES MR. LORING M. THOMPSON 

Faculty Adviser Assistant Adviser 




First Row. left to right: Runk. Hill, Juusola, Oksanen. 

ROY A. JUUSOLA, '42 Presidents DANA L. HILL, '42 

OWNEY D. OKSANEN, '42 Vice-Presidents WILLIAM D. ABERLE, '42 

ROBERT SCHREIBER, '43 Secretary-Treasurers WILLIAM H. RUNK, '43 

DEAN ASA S. KNOWLES MR. LORING M. THOMPSON 

Faculty Adviser Assistant Adviser 



Society for the 

ADVANCEMENT 



DF MANAGEMENT 

College of Engineering 
138 



Northeastern University Student Affiliate Chapter of 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 




ROBERT H. WILLIS, '43 
President 

JAMES P. ZISSON, '43 
Treasurer 



DAVID W. LOVERING, '44 
Vice-President 

MACEY P. MARKS, '43 

Secretary 

PROF. ARTHUR A. VERNON 

Faculty Adviser 



IRVING N. ELBING, '43 
Vice-President 

RICHARD F. RAYMOND, '42 
Student Adviser 



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Sa.topfeones 
Gerald Brown, '46 
Eugene C. Hubbard, '45 
Archer Cummings, '44 
Stanley Sproule, '43 

Piano 
Alex Haner, '44 



right: Tuomi, 
lejt to right 



Har 



Komander, Brown. Sproule 
, Chagnot. Shepherd, Purir, 



Trombones 
Henry F. Chagnot, '45 
Elwood Merchant, Jr., '46 

Vocalist 
Joyce Holmes 

Bass 
Eino J. Tuomi, '46 

MR. REGINALD C. THOMAS 
Faculty Adviser 



Trumpets 
Ridgley Shepard, Jr., '43 
Robert Kalin, '45 
Arthur E. Purinton, Jr., '46 

Guitar 
Roger W. Harris, '44 

Drums 
Robert R. Stinson, '45 



B A C C H A Hf A L I A IV S 

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RcaJini:. SteadiT 



Division A 
DONALD B. EMERSON, '44 
JOHN W. JERMYN, '46 



Presidents 
Secretaries 



Division B 
RODNEY D. BURGESS, '46 
RICHARD F. SCHOBER, '46 



WARREN B. APPLETON, '46 
Librarian 



MR. EDWARD M. COOK 
Faculty Adviser 



1st Tenors 

Robert D. Barr, '44 
Arthur F. Davis, Jr., '46 
Vincent F. Diana, '45 
John W. Jermyn, '46 
Peter Styles, '46 



2nd Tenors 



'46 



Herbert W. Anston, 
Herbert Sacks, '46 
Warren H. Stedman, '46 
William D. Williams, '4i 



Baritones 

Robert O. Anderson, '46 
Wesley S. Burt, '46 
Joseph DeSantis, '43 
Donald B. Emerson, '44 
Faliero A. Fabio, '45 
William H. Green, '46 
W. Leland Lawrence, '46 
Arthur R. McKay, '44 
Malcolm N. Pattangall, '46 
Joseph I. Quinn, '46 
John W. Reading, '46 
Richard F. Schober, '46 
Roderic W. Sommers, '46 
Paul T. Woodberry, '45 



Stuart E. Allen, '46 
Warren B. Appleton, '46 
Foster K. Bolton, '43 
Rodney D. Burgess, '46 
Russell Carleton, '45 
Donald W. Richmond, '46 
Mason L. Groves, '46 
Earle C. Hazelwood, '45 
Arthur R. Kinder, Jr., '45 
Robert J. Knowlton, '45 
Melvin F. Levine, '46 

Accompanists 
Stewart McKay, '46 
Oscar L. Latkowitch, '43 



GLEE ELUB 



140 




First Row. left to right: Heald, Wahl. Buckley. Gould. Center. Fairbanks Mars 

Buck. Austin, Varney Ochlis. Jones. Wallace Paradis. 
Second Row. left to right: Mr. Nelson. Agnello. Brigham Smith. Lovering. Dai 

Wilson. Cook. Robbins Barbad.lro. Friedman. Mr. Dean 
Third Row. hit to right: Oxman. Valle. Wayne. Spear. Nelson. Fieman, MacDo 

Gilman. Gager, Pool. Troyato. 
Fourth Row. hit to right: Cohen. Wellington. Rubin, Clark. R binson. Harrii 
Wroebel. Savage. Costello Kisner, Rich. 



JAMES DICKLOW, '43 

Conductor 
MARTIN OXMAN, '43 

Librarian 



WILLIAM COHEN, '45 

Assistant Librarian 

MR. VERNER O. NELSON 

Faculty Adviser 



'43 



Trumpets 
James Brigham, '44 
Richard Clayton, '45 
Homer Gager, '46 
Richard Gilman, '45 
Donald Greene, '46 
Edward Harrington, '46 
Marshal Kulberg, '42 
Ralph Pool, '45 
Donald Rugen, '46 
Edward Savage, '45 
Charles Spear, '46 
Henry Wayne, '46 



Trombones 
,1 ohn Austin, '44 
Frederick Bauman, '< 
Ralph Buck, '44 
James Douville, '45 
Leon Fairbanks, '46 
Harland Gould, '45 
Arthur Senter, '46 
Harold Varney, '46 
Charles Wallis, '44 



Horns 
Alfred Antul (baritone), '46 
Earl A. Damon (Eb.), '45 
John Dizer (french), '44 
George Fortnam (french), '46 
Charles Gifford (french), '46 
David Lovering (euphonium), 
'44 
Anthony W. Malta (Eb.), '46 
Harold Wilson (baritone) , '46 

Clarinets 

Charles Anderson, '46 

M. Edmund Ellion (piccolo), 

'45 
David Hartwell, '42 
Nathan Hentoff, '46 
Eugene Hubbard, '45 
Lester Keating, '45 
Bruce MacDougall, '46 
Robert Miller, '45 
Bernard Nelson (Eb.) ,'44 
David Odabashian, '46 
John Paradis, '44 
John Schur, '45 
Albert Sohreiar, '46 
Robert Tieman (Eb.), '45 
Raymond Valle, '46 
Joseph Wrobel, '46 



ABRAHAM RICH, 

Manager 

WILBUR HOGAN, '43 
JAMES AGNELLO, '46 

Asssitant Managers 

Saxophones 
Leroy Burwen, '46 
Lawrence Clark, '42 
Henry Cook, '46 
Alexander Friedman, '46 
Walter Kisner, '46 
Samuel Ochlis, '46 
Richard Robbins, '46 
George Robinson, '46 



Percussion 
Nelson Barbadaro (cymbal), 

'43 
Daniel Buckley (twirler), '42 
Robert Costellow (base), '46 
Robert Daley, '42 
Walter Heald, '46 
Carl Jones, '46 
John Marsh (bells), '45 
Frederick Smith, '45 
George Trovato, '45 
L. Gerald Wahl, '42 
Richard Wellington (base), 

'46 



THE B AIVD 



141 




First Row. hit (o right: Rubin. Williams. Abend. Mott. Sanford. 

Second Row. left to right: Varner. O'Neill, Tavlor. Schmidt. Handy, Smith, Banks. 

Third Row. left to right: Weinrebe, Barth, Burger. 



CHARLES F. ABEND, '42 
President 



CLINTON P. MOTT, '42 
Vice-President 



DEAN E. WILLIAMS, '42 
Secretary-Treasurer 



PROF. EDWARD S. PARSONS 
Faculty Adviser 



Alpha Kappa Sigma 

Charles F. Abend, '42 
Ray C. Banks, Jr 



"45 



Phi Gamma Pi 

Francis W. Gardiner, '43 
Ambrose B. Nangeroni, '43 



Beta Gamma Epsilon 

Dean E. Williams, '42 
Albert F. Varner, '44 



Nu Epsilon Zeta 
Clinton P. Mott, '42 
James F. Sanford, '42 



Sigma Kappa Psi 
Alvan D. Rubin, '42 



Sigma Phi Alpha 

Edwin M. Burger, '44 
Carlton C. Schmidt, '44 



Phi Beta Alpha 

Edward E. Taylor, '42 
Frederic D. O'Neill, '44 



Gamma Phi Kappa 

Douglas C. Handy, '43 
Francis F. Ward, '44 



Kappa Zeta Phi 

Joseph I. Weinrebe, '44 
Milton S. Barth, '43 



INTER-FRATERNITY EOUNCIL 



142 




First Row. lilt to right: Lapham. Abend, Ton B ue, Prof Zuffanuti. Patterson. Nilson. Rilcv. 
Second Row, lejt to right: Jerauld, McArdle. Malcolm. Bartels, Dahlstrom, Ferye, Faber, Ban 
Third Row, left to right: Young, Igidbashian, Bolton, Center. 



CHARLES R. PATTERSON, '42 
Grand Councillor 

HOWARD P. BARNES, '44 
Grand Marshal 

LAWRENCE T. WILSON, '43 
Grand Questor 



CHARLES F. ABEND, '42 
Vice-Grand Councillor 

CHARLES H. TONGUE, '42 
Grand Scribe 

PROF. SAVERIO ZUFFANTI 

Faculty Adviser 



Charles F. Abend 
James J. Kilroy 
Charles F. Tongue 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Otto G. Bartels 
Edward F. Lapham 
John C. Gallagher 



Louis H. Schall 
Charles R. Patterson 
David J. Morrissey 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Foster K. Bolton Ignace J. Daborowski 

Lawrence T. Wilson 



Henry J. McArdle 



Howard P. Barnes 
Robert G. Young 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

William H. Center 
Viljo W. Rekola 



Astor P. Igidbashian 
Gordon O. Jerauld 



Ray C. Banks, Jr. 
Robert L. Taber 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 
Harry W. Dahlstrom 



Albert Freije 
Edward R. Lamb 



Prof. Chester P. Baker 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY' 

Prof. Samuel Strahan 



Dr. W. Lincoln Smith 



Prof. Joseph W. Zeller 



Prof. Saverio Zuffanti 



ALPHA KAPPA SIGMA 



143 




First Row. left to right: Babcock. Myers, Huntinc. Chilsi 
Oksanen 
Sftond Row. lilt to right: Mine 

Third Row. left to right: Smith, 



ver. D. Hil 
Kenny. Mi 



GORDON B. WHITNEY, '42 
President 

DANA L. HILL, '42 
Secretory 



THURLOW R. WEAVER, '42 
Vice-President 

HOMER E. CHILSON, '42 
Treasurer 



DR. WILLIAM F. LUDER 
Faculty Adviser 



Stanley E. Babcock 
Alden M. Burghardt 
Homer E. Chilson 
Paul D. Haynes 
Dana L. Hill 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Elmer R. Hunting 
John J. Morton 
John F. Murlock 
Elwood R. Myers 
Owney D. Oksanen 



Leon E. Rasanen 
William E. Sanborn 
Walter Skoglund 
Howard S. Styron 
Thurlow R. Weaver 



Gordon B. Whitney 



Dean E. Williams 



Robert D. Ashline 
Robert H. Brown 



Paul W. Cameron 
Albert E. Cookson 



Albert W. Abbott 
Ralph E. Kaye 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Rowland B. Hill 
James F. Jefferson 
Richard F. Robie 

MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Russell C. Hirtle 
Elmer F. Smith 
Raymond D. Smith 

MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Sumner G. Kenny 
Edward C. Matson 
Philip A. Nims 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY 



Arthur D. Turner 
Albert F. Varner 



Newton L. Miner 
Sven G. Myrbeck 



Leon W. Rank 
Leon W. Rank 



Prof. Emil A. Gramstorff 



Dr. William F. Luder 



BETA GAMMA EPSILOIV 



144 




First Row. left to rizht: Dr. Haskins, PaRC, Buchanan. Hcyward. 



GARDNER L. HAYWARD, '42 
Grand Tau 



RICHARD B. HINCKLEY, '42 
Vice-Grand Tau 



JOHN F. PAGE, '42 

Scribe Tau 

Deputy 



DR. ELMER E. HASKINS 

Faculty Adviser 



Gardner L. Hayward 



MEMBERS FKOM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Richard B. Hinckley 



John F. Page 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Stanley M. Buchanan Bernard L. Hamilton 



ETA TAU RfU 



145 




Fint Rom. left to right: Sai 

ond Row. left to right: Mors! 

Third Roto, iejt to right: 



itord. Sutliff. Gardner, Juuso 


la, Bong, Mott, Mr. Combelack. 


. Hastings, Cameron, Willi 


i. Shute, Burbank, Austin, McKc 


Siblev, Pettingell, Gadsby, 


Macomber, Tinsler, Kennedy. 



ROY A. JUUSOLA, '42 
President 

RICHARD D. SUTLIFF, '42 

Secretary 



W. CURTIS GARDNER, '42 
Vice-President 

WALTER A. RONG, '43 
Treasurer 



MR. WILFRED J. COMBELLACK 

Faculty Adviser 



W. Curtis Gardner 
Roy A. Juusola 



Kay S. Blackman 
Walter A. Rong 
Richard H. Kennedy 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 
Clinton P. Mott 



James F. Sanford 
Richard D. Sutliff 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 



Francis W. McKenzie 
Richard A. Morse 
H. Proctor Ogden 



Wilfred H. Runk 
Ridgley Shepard, Jr. 
Robert H. Willis 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Richard M. Burbank Calvin A. King Roger F. Macomber 

Edward A. L. Burgamaster, Jr. Richard H. Greenwood Eugene A. Shute 

George D. Cameron Francis R. Tinsler 



Milton K. Adams 
Sidney F. Austin 
Herbert A. Autio 
M. Richard Biggs, Jr. 



Mr. J. James Devine 
Mr. Albert E. Sanderson 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Frederick B. Eastman, Jr. 
George A. Edwards 
Frederick H. Friswell 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY - 

Dean Harold W. Melvin 
Prof. George W. Towle 



Paul Gadsby 
John W. Hastings 
Theodore T. Pettingell, Jr. 
Leland R. Sibley 



Prof. George H. Meserve, Jr. 
Dean William C. White 



JVU EPSILDIV ZETA 



146 




First Row. hit to right: Rutbcrc. Glasker. Mr. Cooperstein, Rosenberg. A Borofskj'. 
Second Rom. left torirfl; Kaurman, Locke. Rubin. S. Borofsky. Musiker. Kalman, Steinberg. Le 
Third Rmv. left lo right: Gushene, Horwitz, GcITcn. Dreifuss 



SAUL WOLF, '43 
High Potentate 



MYER FOX, '42 
Potentate 



UDEL K. ROSENBERG, '44 
Comptroller 



LOUIS GLASKER 

Scribe 



MR. LOUIS COOPERSTEIN 
Faculty Adviser 



Irwin Elkins 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Myer Fox Murray Marks 



Arnold J. Borofsky 
Louis Glasker 
Leon R. Horenstein 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Daniel Lasovick 
Sumner D. Miller 
Harold R. Musiker 
Albert Rubin 



Seymour Rutberg 
Abraham A. Stone 
Saul Wolf 



Sumner Borofsky 
Milton J. Geffen 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Harvey H. Kaufman 
Burton S. Parker 
David B. Perlis 



Udel K. Rosenberg 
Melvyn A. Steinberg 



SIGMA KAPPA PSI 



147 




First Row. left to right : Drevitch, Nathenson Stnne. Sinofsky, Akell. Slavin. Libon. 

Second Row, left to right: Miller. Shnaper, Tassel, Millman. Gidez. Frmkoff, 

Third Row, left to right: Staller, Steinberp. Weinrebe, Barth, Goldman. 



LOUIS SINOFSKY, '42 
Chancellor 



ROBERT B. AKELL, '42 
Vice-Chancellor 



MAX M. LECHTER, '42 
Bursar 



ERNEST F. SLAVIN, '42 
Corresponding Scribe 



MERRILL M. STONE, '42 
Secretary 



PROF. ANTONIO L. MEZZACAPPA 

Faculay Adviser 



Robert B. Akell 
Samuel Drevitch 
Max M. Lechter 
Bernard L. Libon 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

O. Robert Millman 
Simon Nathenson 
Sidney J. Siegel 



Louis Sinofsky 
Ernest F. Slavin 
Jack J. Staller 
Merrill M. Stone 



Milton S. Barth 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 



Alan Levy 
Melvin H. Pedell 



Alvin A. Steinberg 



Carl M. Frutkoff 
Melvin D. Gidez 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

"William B. Miller 



Rubin Shnaper 
Joseph I. Weinrebe 



Martin Finklestein 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Martin M. Goldman 
David Jacobs 



Samuel Tassel 



KAPPA ZETA PHI 



148 




First Row. left to right: Sprowl, O'Neill. Taylor, Prior, Reynolds. 
and Row. left to right: Jaycock, Robinson, Polley, Henn, Manning, Home, Gavin 



EDWARD S. TAYLOR, '42 
President 



FREDERIC D. O'NEILL, '44 
V ice-President 



WESTON F. PRIOR, '42 
Secretary 

DR. PAUL E. REYNOLDS 

Faculty Adviser 



RUSSELL S. HALLETT, 
Treasurer 



Charles 0. Anderson 
Wilber C. Bell 
Russel S. Hallett 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Harry W. Martin 
Walter E. Polley, Jr. 
Weston F. Prior 

MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 



Glen C. Jaycock, Jr. 



Robert D. Home 
Frederic D. O'Neill 



Herbert C. Arico 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FOSTY-FOUR 

Donald W. Robinson, Jr. 



Raymond D. Blethen, Jr. 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Walter A. Coyle, Jr. 



Francis J. Cristofore 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-SIX 

William F. Davis 



Edward M. Sprowl 
Dean F. Short 
Edward S. Taylor 



Ralph W. Manning 



Robert A. Sands 
Robert W. Saumsiegle 



Malcolm R. Gavin 
Albert W. Henn 



Prof. George R. Fennell 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY 

Mr. Herbert W. Gallagher 
Prof. Everett C. Marston 



Dr. Charles W. Havice 



PHI BETA ALPHA 



149 




First Row. lilt to right: Przybyla, Barone. Tuffin. Haggis, Gardner. 
Second Row, lelt to right: Carangelo, Polleys, Lewis. May, Filkins, Piatelli Theroux 



GEORGE E. TUFFIN, '42 
President 



WALTER J. SITARZ, '43 
Vice-President 



FRANCIS W. GARDNER, JR., '43 
ADOLF S. PRZYBYLA, '44 



JOSEPH J. BARONE, '42 
Treasurer 



JOHN E. MAHER, '43 
Associate Treasurer 



DR. ELMER H. CUTTS 

Faculay Adviser 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Joseph J. Barone George E. Tuffin 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 



Francis W. Gardner Jr. 
John E. Maher 



Walter G. May Leon P. Piatelli 

Ambrose B. Nangeroni Walter J. Sitarz 



Mario L. Carangelo 
Elmer S. Filkins 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Theophilos Haggis 
John B. Lewis 
Owen F. Polleys 



Adolf S. Pryzbyla 
Gerard Theroux 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY 

Prof. Henry E. Richards Prof. Milton J. Schlagenhaup Prof. Albert E. Whittaker 



PHI GAMMA PI 



150 




First Rom. left to right: Richardson. Urbanik, Irish. White, Drummond. Willette, Taylor. 

Second Rom, left to right: Roberts, Peck, Stankiewicz. Schmidt, Dormandy, Rondeau. Whites. Owen 

Third Rom, left to right: Jones, Burger, Francis, Hogan, Rydzel, Salerno. 



ANTHONY J. WHITE, '43 
President 



DAVID B. DRUMMOND, '42 

ALFRED G. IRISH, '42 

Vice-Presidents 



ROBERT W. PHILLIPS, '45 
Secretary 

PROF. REGINALD G. LACOUNT 

Faculty Adviser 



WALTER C. URBANIK, '42 
Treasurer 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

Arthur J. Claypole, Jr. Henry Elksnin Kenneth W. Richardson 

Paul E. Dinsmore Victor Hopkinson George A. Ross 

David B. Drummond Alfred G. Irish William I. Taylor 

Walter C. Urbanik Andrew W. Whites 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 
Thomas E. Francis Wilbur J. Hogan Alfred R. Salerno 

Anthony J. White Chester E. Willette 



Edwin M. Burger 
Stanley E. Jones 



Daniel M. Daley 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Russell S. Nyman Henry T^ Rondeau 

Irving S. Richards 



Carlton C. Schmidt 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Roger B. Dormandy 
Joseph Stankiewicz 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY 

Prof. Laurence F. Cleveland Mr. Franklin Norvish 



Robert W. Phillips 



Prof. Gerald R. Tatton 



SIGMA PHI ALPHA 



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First Rom. Ujt to right: Smith. Mr. Golcmme. Barbiero. Starck. Howard, Cheslev, Handy. 
Second Rom. left to right: Richardson, Law, Dicklow, Trail, Rowley. Molyn. Watts, O'Brien, Eisenh 



Third Row. Ujt to right: DeLu 



Campbell, Wright, Carpenter, Leto, Akeroyd, 



RUSSELL E. STARCK, '43 
President 



THOMAS E. HOWARD, '42 
V ice-President 



EARLE M. CHESLEY, JR., '44 
Secretary 

MR. JOSEPH GOLEMME 

Faculty Adviser 



DOMINIC 0. BARBIERO, '42 
Treasurer 



Dominic O. Barbiero 



Nelson Barbadoro 
James A. Dicklow 
Douglas C. Handy 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-TWO 

John H. DeLuca 
Thomas E. Howard 

MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 

Michael Molyn 
Thomas F. O'Brien, Jr. 
Edward J. Shay, Jr. 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FOUR 

Robert C. Campbell Leonard Leto 

Edward Carpenter Donald E. McClaren 

Earle M. Chesley, Jr. Randall H. Richardson 



MEMBERS FROM NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE 

Oliver T. Eisenhart 
Edward W. Law 



Werner H. Beutel 
John A. Burton 



Prof. Stanley G. Estes 



BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY 

Mr. Donald H. MacKenzie 
Prof. Rudolph M. Morris 



Russell C. Wright 



Robert S. Smith 
Russell E. Starck 
Henry S. Trail 



Francis F. Ward 
Robert W. Watts, Jr. 
Creighton B. Wright 



Irving R. Hopkins 
Charles A. Rowley 



Prof. Rudolf O. Oberg 



GAMMA PHI KAPPA 



152 



Senior Lettermen 



Charles F. Abend, Jr. 
Warren T. Boutelle 
William N. Carter 
John C. Chipman 
James L. Cunningham 
Frederick M. Cusick 
John H. DeLuca 
Joseph Dias 
Samuel Drevitch 
Charles P. Foster 
Harry B. Hatch 
Alfred G. Irish 
Colby Kelly 



Alphonse Pajonas 
Stanley J. Poshlushny 
Michael Prohodsky 
George A. Ross 
James F. Sanford 
Arnold E. Saunders 
Sidney J. Siegel 
Sylvan S. Simon 
Elmer E. Smith 
Wallace F. Sullivan 
William I. Taylor 
Walter C. F. Urbanik 
Laurence E. Whitney 
Dean E. Williams 



Undergraduate Lettermen 



Donald Alston, '43 
Francis J. Alward, '45 
Fred P. Antinarelli, '44 
Michael J. Azzone, '44 
Milton S. Barth, '43 
Robert Bartlett, '45 
Kenneth F. Bell, '44 
Parker N. Blanchard, '44 
Chester W. Bush, '43 
John F. Campbell, '43 
John S Carder, '44 
Richard H. Carpenter, '43 
Robert M. Carroll, '44 
Ernest J. Colantonio, '43 
William F. Carroll, '44 
Richard S. Conner, '45 
Franklin S. Coole, '44 
Francis A. Corcoran, Jr., '43 
Chauncey DelGrosso, '43 
Warren A. Doe, '44 
Paul C. Durup, '43 
Robert B. Fernberg, '43 
John F. Fitzpatrick, '43 
Gale Foster, '43 
Richard A. Hakanson, '44 
Donald R. Hansis, '43 
John P. Heanue, '44 
Hannibal R. Hunter, '44 ' 
Walter E. Hurley, '45 
William T. Hutchinson, '44 
James F. Jefferson, 43 
James H. Jenkins, Jr., '45 
Edward 0. Jensen, Jr., '44 
Oscar Khederian, '44 

John Zachirchuk 



Thaddeus J. Krajewski, '45 
John C. Lally, '45 
Joseph W. Lavin, '44 
Joseph C. Lawler, '44 
James R. Maguire, Jr., '43 
Robert W. Maker, '45 
Harold Maron, '43 
Ronald F. McKinnon, '44 
Donald H. Moore, '44 
Dean P. Morrison, '43 
David J. Murphy, '44 
Sven G. Myrbeck, '44 
Philip W. Newman, '43 
Albert D. Olsen, '43 
Robert B. Otenti, '45 
Edward F. Parker, '44 
Melvin H. Pedell, '43 
James A. Philips. Jr., '45 
Richard R. Powers, '44 
Ralph A. Rawley, '43 
Frederick M. Rice, '44 
Edward J. Sakovitz, '44 
Robert M. Saumsiegle, '44 
William L. Shannon, '45 
Robert Sharpe, '45 
Philip F. Sheridan, '43 
Edward F. Sitarz, 45 
Russell E. Starck, '43 
Robert S. Tarbell, '43 
Clarence N. Trullson, '44 
Onni W. Waltonen. '44 
Carl E. Westlund, '44 
Thomas G. White, '45 
Dwight C. Woodruff, '43 
, '45 



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TRACK 



The Season 

By Jack Campbell 

Northeastern's varsity track team, captained 
by two-miler Mike Prohodsky, has rolled up 
its second successive undefeated indoor season. 
capped the unofficial team honors in the annual 
N.E.A.A.A U. track and field championships, 
and produced an individual New England 
titlist in three months of winter competition on 
the boards and indoor dirt tracks. 

Although this team cannot match the color 
of last year's record-slashing, title-grabbing ag- 
gregation, it is an indefinitely more powerful 
and better balanced squad. The strength of 
such a team is borne out in dual meets rather 
than in open intercollegiate competition. The 
Tatton tracksters took the toll of four N.E. 
teams in the course of the season, downing 
Bates and Bowdoin with one sweep in a 
triangular meet at Lewiston, Maine ; Brown 
University at Providence, R. I.; and the Uni- 
verstiy of Maine at Orono, Maine. 

The N.E.A.A.A.U. track and field champion- 
ships in the Tufts Cage at Medford and the 
grand finale with the University of Maine 
Bears were the season's most memorable meets. 
In the Medford meet the hot-foot Huskies 
copped one first place, five seconds, and two 
fourths to walk away with the mythical N.E. 
Team title with 22 points as against 20 for 
U.N.H. and 17 for Dartmouth. Billy Friary's 
wiffled head was adorned with the N.E. dash 
champion's crown after he had peeled off the 
50-yard dash in 5.5s with teammate Reggie 
Cooke right behind. Captain Mike Prohodsky 
finished second in the mile run, Ed Parker in 
the three mile, defending champion Bill Carroll 
in the 1000, and Charlie Knowles in the Shot. 
John Fitzpatrick in the 600 and Paul Hodge 
and Joe Lavin in the High Jump accounted for 
the fourth places and the two points that 
meant victory. 

The Maine meet provided the thrill of the 
year as Northeastern's Husky track team eked 
out a V/z point victory over the Bears in the 
huge Orono cage. The Huskies spotted their 
opponents sixteen points in the first two events 
and trailed right down to the last event, finally 



cashing in on the broad jumping efforts of 
Paul Hodge and Joe Lavin. With Maine lead- 
ing 56t3 to 51 '/}, Hodge holding first place in 
th'3 broad jump and Lavin second by %ths of 
an inch, and Northeastern needing first and 
second places to win and complete their season 
undefeated, Hadlock of Manie prepared for 
his final leap. The outcome of the meet 
rested on his shoulders, but his effort was far 
short of Lavin's 20' 10" mark, so Northeastern 
took the event, and the meet 59J/; to 57^j. 

Out of the eight events in the annual 
Y.M.C.A. track meet, Northeastern won five — 
two clean-sweep victories included — to pile up 
39 points as against 14 for Tufts College, 7 for 
Harvard, 6 for Concord High School, and 3 for 
the B A.A. The outstanding performer in this 
meat was Middler Eddie Parker who, with a 
20 yard handicap he didn't need, defeated 
Tuftsonian Roy Phillips (75 yards) and team- 
mate Mike Prodhodsky (scratch) in the two 
mile handicap event. Bob Carroll won the 
handicap 1000 off the scratch mark in 2m/23s, 
defeating Gil Dodds of the B.A.A. who later 
became the Greg Rice nemesis number one. 
Frank Corcoran led teammates Bill Friary and 
Reggie Cooke to a clean sweep in dash, while 
freshman Frank McCann led a sweep in the 
300 with Cooke and Harry Bennett finishing 
second and third. George Leach took first 
place in the high jump. 

The Tattonmen opened their season with a 
double win over Bowdoin and Bates in a tri- 
angular meet at Lewiston, Maine, 57 to 31 to 20. 
The well-balanced Husky outfit, packing a 
scoring punch in every event, took the lead 
early in the meet and were never headed, 
piling up a score which exceeded by 6 points 
the combined totals of the two Pine Tree State 
colleges. 

Northeastern's sophomore star, Reggie Cooke, 
scored a double in the dash and 300, while 
Bowdoin's Alan Hillman downed the highly 
touted Northeastern Carroll twins, first Bill in 
the mile, then Bob in the 1000. Mike Pro- 
hodsky and Ed Parker finished hand in hand 
for a first place tie in the two-mile, while Joe 
Lavin in the broad pump, Paul Hodge in the 



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The Season 



high jump, and Bob Tarbell in the pole vault 
took the other first places for the Red-and- 
Black. 

Captain Mike Prohodsky, with a victory in 
the 1000 and a meet record-shattering per- 
formance in the mile, led his varsity tracksters 
to a 47 to 25 victory over Brown University at 
Providence, R. I. The Huskies finished 1, 2, in 
four of eight events, Prohodsky and Parker in 
the 1000, Alberghini and Welch in the hurdles, 
Corcoran and Friary in the dash, and Hodge 
and Lavin in the high jump. 

In a season that started off with a rush, but 
in maturing, failed to realize expectations, 
Northeastern's Varsity Cross Country Team 
rolled up three dual meet victories as against 
one defeat, and finished third in the New Eng- 
land Inlercollegiates at Franklin Park and 
eleventh in the National Intercollegiates at 
Van Cortland Park, New York City. 

The dual meet record is the best ever com- 
piled by a Jerry Tatton coach harrier aggrega- 
tion. The disappointment came in the per- 
formance of the team in the I.C.4-A meet in 
New York at the end of the season in which 
the Huskies placed eleventh, far below their 
surprise fourth place of the previous year. 
The Husky Harriers knocked off the University 
of Connecticut and Bates College foes in rapid 
succession before bowing before the poweful 
Blue Harrier aggregation of Rhode Island 
State College, the team that eventually won 
the New England and I.C 4-A titles and then 
went on to cop the National Collegiate title at 
East Lansing, Michigan. 

The following week, the Tatton trotters 
turned in their best performance of the year to 
climb aboard the win wagon again at the ex- 
pense of the Tufts College hill-and-dalers. 

For three straight years the Nutmegger 
harriers from Storrs, Connecticut had dumped 
the Red-and-Black runners in the opening meet 
of the season, so this year Tatton and his well- 
conditioned men were gunning for the Nut- 
meggers and blasted them with a 22 to 33 
victory. The Huskies caught the men of Con- 
necticut flatfooted and over a mile had passed 
before Charlie Robbins, Nutmegger star, and 
his teammate Hal Tribou ventured among the 
seven Northeastern leaders. Northeastern's Ed 
Parker held them off, however, and won the 
race in time identical to the figures in the 



score, 22m 33s, with teammate Mike Prohodsky 
close behind. Robbins and Tribou of Con- 
necticut were next, followed by a trio of 
Huskies — Captain Dick Carpenter, Warren Doe, 
and Bob Carroll. 

Ed Parker, Mike Prohodsky, and Bob Carroll 
finished in a three-way tie for first place in 
22m 19s to lead a seven-man Northeastern 
escort for the Bates College harriers at 
Franklin Park. Captain Dick Carpenter, War- 
ren Doe Bob Kodis, and Jack Campbell all 
crossed the line ahead of Smith of Bates to 
hang up a 15 to 47 perfect score victory. 

The Northeasterners then ran up against their 
first defeat — 17 to 43, bowing to the blue-clad 
harriers of Rhode Island State College on the 
rocky Rhody course at Kingston, R. I. How- 
ever, with Ed Parker finishing fourth behind 
Rhody's Taylor and Barrett and ahead of 
Rhody's Tingley and L. Nickols, Northeastern 
became the first team even to score upon big 
"little Rhody." Prohodsky, R. Carroll, Car- 
penter, and Doe completed the scoring for N.U. 

The Husky harriers then returned to their 
own Franklin Park course and also to the win 
column, defeating the Tufts College runners 
18 to 44. 

Ed Parker led his teammates to a third place 
in the New England Intercollegiate, behind 
Rhode Island State and Connecticut. In win- 
ning this meet, Rhode Island compiled the 
lowest score ever recorded for a winner in 
this annual event. Parker finished seventh, 
Prohodsky twelfth, Bob Carroll fifteenth, Cap- 
tain Carpenter twenty-second, and Warren Doe 
thirty-second. 

In the I.C.4-A meet at Van Cortland Park, 
Northeastern's seven-man team finished eleventh 
as Ed Parker in nineteenth place was again 
the number one N.U. man. Mike Prohodsky 
was next in fortieth place, Dick Carpenter in 
fifty-second, Jack Campbell in eighty-first, and 
warren Doe in 100th position, completed the 
Husky scoring. 

At the team banquet in the Hotel Lenox 
at the close of the season, the lettermen elected 
Ed Parker, actual leader in every race for 
two years, to captain the Husky harrier horde 
in the fall of '42. Five men were awarded 
letters: Captain Dick Carpenter, Captain-elect 
Ed Parker, Mike Prohodsky, Bob Carroll, and 
Warren Doe. 



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Coach Tatton, 



•in. Carroll. Parker. Prohodsky, Cooke, Corcoran. Tarbell. Srconcl Row. .hit to right: 
. Shanahan. Welch, Lone, Alberghini, Leach, Pistorino. Third Row. lilt to right: 
nquist, Sieklucki. Campbell, Boudreau. Gustafson, Kodis, Gunderson, Frager. 



Michael Prohodsky, '43 "N", Captain; Albert Frager, '44 "N"; Melvin H. Tatel, '45, Managers; 
Professor Gerald R. Tatton, Coach; Mr. Earl K. Bowen, Assistant Coach. 

Delmo F. Alberghini, '45; Harrison L. Bennett, '43; Leonard J. Bolonsky, '44; Edward G. Boudreau, '45; Chester 
Bush, '43 "N"; John F. Campbell, '43; Richard H. Carpenter, '43; Robert M. CarroU, '44 "N"; William F. Carroll, 
'44 "N"; Joseph F. Connolly, '45; Reginald W. Cooke, '45; Francis A. Corcoran, '43 "N"; Erwin W. Davis, '45; 
Warren A. Doe, '44; John F. Fitzpatrick, '43; Gale Foster, '43 "N"; William F. Friary, '45; Robert E. Greenquist, 
'45; Charles R. Gunderson, '45; William N. Gustafson, '45; T. Paul Hodge, '45; Charles E. Knowles, '44; Joseph 
W. Lavin, '44 "N"; George A. Leach, '45; Edward J. Long, Jr., '45; Joseph F. Mascianiea, '44; Edward F. Parker, 
'44 "N"; Charles L. Pistorino, '45; Richard R. Powers, '44; James L. Shanahan, '45; Alfred P. Sieklucki, '45; 
Eugene F. Tangherlini, '43; Robert S. Tarbell, '43 "N"; Onni W. Waltonen, '44; George B. Welch, Jr., '45. 




First Row. left to right: Parker. Carpenter. Prohodsky, Doe 
Second Row. lejt to right: Coach Tatton. W. Carroll, R. Ca 



Campbell. 



Richard H. Carpenter, '43 "N", Captain Professor Gerald R. Tatton, Coach 
Albert Frager, '44, Manager 

Arthur F. Annis, '43; John F. Campbell, '43; Richard H. Carpenter, '43 "N"; Robert M. Carroll, '44 "N"; William 
F. Carroll, '44; Joseph F. Connolly, '45; Warren A. Doe, '44 "N"; Robert E. Greenquist, '45; Robert D. Kodis, 
'44; Edward F. Parker, '44 "N"; Michael Prohodsky, '42 "N"; James M. Rosa, '45. 



CROSS COUNTRY 



157 



FOOTBALL 



The Team 



MR. JAMES W. DUNN 
Coach 

MR. EMMANUEL A. FLUMERE 
MR. HERBERT W. GALLAGHER 

Assistant Coaches 

JOSEPH DIAS, '42 (N) 
Captain 

D WIGHT C. WOODRUFF, '43 (N) 
Manager 



Milton S. Barth, '43 (N) 
Robert H. Bartlett, '45 (N) 
Werner J. Beutel, '45 
Leonard J. Bolonsky, '44 
Earle M. Chesley Jr., '44 
Paul P. Cleary, '44 
Ernest J. Colantonio, '43 (N) 
Thomas F. Conway, '45 
Michael B. DeMeo. '45 
Joseph Dias, '42 (N) 
John J. Dillon, '45 (N) 
Leonard Erickson, '44 (N) 
George B. Fay, '44 
Elmer S. Filkins, '44 
Gale Foster, '43 (N) 



Peter L. Galuffo, '45 (N) 
John J. Ghenes, '45 
Frank P. Golas, '45 
Richard A. Gray, '44 (N) 
Harry M. Hilton, '44 
Morris Hochman, '42 
John J. Hogarty, '45 
Hannibal R. Hunter, '45 (N) 
James H. Jenkins, '45 
Edward 0. Jensen, Jr , '44 (N) 
Thaddeus J. Krajewski, '45 (N) 
Robert W. Maker, '45 
George P. Makris, '45 
Ronald F. McKinnon, '44 
Donald H. Moore, '44 (N) 



David J. Murphy, Jr., '44 (N) 
Sven C. Myrbeck, '44 
Robert B. Otenti, '45 (N) 
James A. Philips, '45 (N) 
Stanley J. Poslushny, '42 (N) 
Ralph A. Rawley, '43 
Henry 0. Rose, '43 
Edward J. Sakovitz, '44 (N) 
William L. Shannon, '45 
Russell E. Starck, '43 (N) 
Robert W. Watts, Jr., '44 
Anthony J. White, '44 
Thomas G. White, '45 (N ) 
John J. Zachirchuk, '45 (N) 



The Season 

By STEVE DONLON 

"The best team Fve had to work with in 
my five years at Northeastern." With these 
words optimistically aired after a September 
practice session Coach Jiminie Dunn set the 
keynote for our most successful football season 
in the past half-decade. Two months later his 
roseate preview of the 1941 gridiron prospects 
was sustained as the Huskies came to the end 
of the trail with a four won and three lost 
record. Although at first glance the won and 
lost totals seem rather ordinary, a further 
analysis of the seven games reveals that it 
might well have been six won and one lost 
providing Lady Luck had seen fit to cast even 
a pleasant smirk our way. 

Our old acquaintance, Mr. Jinx, after hover- 
ing in the wings for a single glorious week 
slipped back to the front of the stage and took 
command for the steenth consecutive time. 
Injury after injury and tough break after break 
were gleefully monkey-wrenched into the Husky 
machinery. Only a truly great team could have 
absorbed the early year reverses in fortune 
suffered by the Huskies and yet have had 
enough courage to lift itself to a winning year. 

The opening link in the four-game chain of 
victories was forged against a stubbornly re- 
sisting but outclassed University of Vermont 
eleven by a history-making 20 to 6 score. Not 
only was this the largest margin of victory 
accumulated by a Northeastern team in three 
years but further, the twenty points represented 
an offensive high for a similar span of time. 



In that game the Dunn disciples showed a 
precision and confidence which trumpeted a 
warning to future Husky opponents that North- 
eastern was not just a minor bump on the 
schedule but a hurdle of major proportions. 
Offensively sparked by Captain Joe Dias, Ed 
Sakovitz and sophomore Bob Otenti, plus a 
top-flight collegiate punting ace named Gale 
Foster the Huskies ground out a highly suc- 
cessful display of football pyrotechnics. N' 
less prominent were the keepers of the gate 
led by the Middler inseparables Len Erickson, 
and Dick Grey. Otenti, Dias and Grey did 
the scoring, the last-named on a 62-yard run 
after a pass interception. 

From this early season high spot the success 
curve of Husky pigskinnery dropped to a 
dismal low in the next pair of games as Mr. 
Jinx stepped into the picture. In the second 
game of the season, played at Maine, a long 
line of injured warriors filed to the sidelines 
until only a remnant of the starting eleven 
was available for the last part of the game. The 
Black Bears took full advantage of the situation 
and wiped out an early Northeastern lead of 
12 points to sweep over 14 last half counters 
on the wings of a baffling aerial attack. Touch- 
downs by Dias and Foster in the first half ac- 
counted for the loser's total. 

Unfortunately for the injury-shattered Hus- 
kies, the third game of the year came against 
what was undoubtedly their toughest opponent, 
the Eastern small-college champion, Williams. 
Suffice to say here that after the dust cleared 



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First Row. left to right: Gobs. Poslushny. Woodruff. Murphv. Maker. 
Second Row. left to right: Otenti, Foster, Shannon. Kraiewski. Erickson, Dias. Grev. White. Jensen 

Philips, Galuffo. Sakovitz. 
Third Row. left to right: Coach Dunn, Coach Flumere, Barth DeMeo. Fay. Rose. Bartlett, Starck, 

Jenkins, Dillon. Hunter, Zachirchuk, Coach Gallagher, Coach Staruski 

Fourth Row. left to right: Conway, Schmidt, Dormandy. White, Hilton, Bolonsky, Pytka, Watts. 

Cleary. Moore, Makris, Hogarty, 



the weary and out-manned Red and Black had 
succumbed, 38 to 0. 

On the following weekend the revitalized and 
revamped Huskies contributed one of New 
England's major upsets by running over a fine 
Bates team at Bates by a 13 to score. Cap- 
tain Joe Dias, on one of his best days, ac- 
counted for the dozen and one points. Included 
in the Dias repetoire was an 81-yard streak 
through the entire Bobcat team. The glory 
was not all to Dias, however, as the entire 
team surged back from the depths reached the 
week previous. 

One of the most satisfying Northeastern vic- 
tories in a long time was rung up in the next 
game as the Huskies hammered out a 14 to 7 
vistory over Upsala. In a game played to a 
fierce tempo, the Red and Black evened up a 
series of old counts against the Vikings. Gale 
Foster 1 and Joe Dias did the scoring with the 
play of Ed Sakovitz, Len Erickson and Dick 
Grey also drawing headlines. 

The most disheartening loss of the year came 
on the following weekend when the Tufts 
Jumbos eked out a 7 to 6 win in a game 
played on a sea of mud at Tufts Oval. After 
holding a six-point lead early in the second 
half through Bob Otenti's 75-yard run the 
Huskies gave up seven late game points to lose. 
Tufts, materially aided by a Northeastern pen- 



alty, tied the game with only three minutes 
left to play and then booted the extra point. 

Victory in the valedictorian effort of the 
1941 team was attained over Springfield by 12 
to 6. Captain Joe Dias and Ernie Colantonio, 
both playing in Red and Black uniforms for 
the last time, tallied for the Dunnmen. For 
Dias it represented his sixth score of the year, 
placing him high on the list of Northeastern 
offensive aces. 

Of this 1941 squad but two members of the 
first eleven, Dias and Colantonio, and four 
subs from a total squad of forty would nor- 
mally be missing when the next call to the 
gridiron is made. In the normal course of 
events we could look forward to one of the 
greatest years in Husky history next fall. Cer- 
tainly for Coach Jimmie Dunn, 1942 once 
loomed as the year when his patient efforts 
were to be at least rewarded with the ultimate 
in Husky football elevens. Instead, next fall 
will find but a scattering of players left and 
Jimmie Dunn carrying on in a far more im- 
portant post in the uniform of any Army officer. 

Coach Dunn's last team, for the duration at 
least, was one which leaves not only a winning 
record but further and more important and 
imperishable lesson in the difficult art of rising 
from the abyss of despair to the pinnacle of 
victory. 



SCORES 



N.U. OPP. 

Vermont 20 6 

Maine 12 14 

Williams 38 

Bates 13 

Upsala 14 7 



N.U. OPP 

Tufts 6 7 

Springfield 12 6 

THE RECORD 

Won 4 Lost 3 



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The Team 



Fred Antinarelli. '44 (N) 
Warren T. Boutelle, '42 (N) 
Edward Colt, '41 (N) 
J. Louis Cunningham, '42 (N) 
Charles F. Foster, '42 (N) 
Vincent P. Labowicz, '42 (N) 



SYLVAN S. SIMON, '42 (N) 
Captain 

ALFRED G. IRISH, '42 (N) 
Manager 

MR. HERBERT W. GALLAGHER, 
Coach 

MR. JOSEPH McDONOUGH 

Assistant Coach 

GEORGE A. SAVAGE, '43 

Assistant Manager 



Lee Manning, '44 
Frederick M. Rice, '44 (N) 
Wallace F. Sullivan, '42 (N) 
Michael J. Azzone, '44 (N) 
Ernest J. Colantonio, '43 (N) 
Franklin S. Coole, '44 (N) 



Chauncey Del Grosso, '43 
Oscar Khederian, '44 (N) 
James R. Maguire, Jr., '43 (N) 
Alphonse Pajonas, '42 (N) 
Sylvan S. Simon, '42 (N) 
Clarence N. Trullson, '44 (N) 



The Season 

By AL IRISH 

Northeastern's 1941 varsity baseball team 
established the enviable record of 12 wins and 
4 defeats. Coach Herb Gallagher's team was 
considered to be one of the best in New 
England college circles. The Huskies could 
easily lay claim to the championship of local 
colleges in winning four out of five contests. 

Northeastern tied with New Hampshire for 
second place in the New England Conference. 
They had the satisfaction of placing the greatest 
number of players on the "AH" team. Oscar 
Khederian, Al Pajonas, Capt. Sylvan Simon, 
and Wally Sullivan all received this honor. 
Fred Rice was chosen on the second team, 
while Mike Azzone, Ed Colt, Lou Cunningham 
and Mickey Maguire were given honorable 
mention. 

Captain Sylvan Simon's leadership was a 
contributing factor to the season's success. His 
errorless fielding was a highlight of the season. 
Syl played in his regular centerfield position 
for the third straight year. 

Wally Sullivan, the 1942 captain-elect, had 
the honor of being the leading hitter. Batting 
in the cleanup position, the rightfielder ob- 
tained the average of .371. 

Ed Colt, veteran leftfielder, had the distinc- 
tion of leading in stolen bases. This also 
marked Ed's third year of varsity competition. 

Two Sophomores, Frank Coole and Fred 
Rice, were the mainstays of the pitching staff, 
each winning four games. Ernie Colantonio, 
converted from the outfield, obtained three 
victories. Veteran Charlie Foster rounded out 
the regular staff. 

The combination of Khederian at third and 
Pajonas at shortstop opened the eyes of many 
Major League scouts. Their outstanding de- 
fensive and offensive work turned many games 
into victories. Oscar batted in 15 runs during 
the season. Al ran a close second, batting in 
14 and his average was .317. 



Sophomores Mike Azzone at second, and 
Fred Antinarelli at first, played consistent ball 
all season. Mike hit for an even .300. "Yorker" 
Trullson substituted at second. 

Mickey Maguire played his second straight 
year behind the plate, and ended the season 
with a .321 batting average. 

Retiring players include Warren Boutelle, 
Lou Cunningham, and Vin Labowicz. Lou 
made ten consecutive hits and averaged .333. 
Chauncey Del Grosso and Lee Manning com- 
plete the members of the 1941 squad. 

Northeastern opened the season convincingly 
behind Fred Rice by shutting out Boston 
College 9-0. Rice held the Eagles to 3 hits 
while his mates pounded out 13. Only one 
Eagle reached second so tight was the Husky 
defense. 

Hopes were momentarily dimmed when the 
Red and Black lost its first Conference game 
at Rhode Island 7-1. Daring base running and 
brilliant defensive work at tight moments held 
the Huskies in check. 

A bid for the Conference title was initiated 
by defeating Maine 8-7. Frank Coole person- 
ally accounted for the victory by taming the 
Bears with his arm and bat. 

Colby won over the Huskies 4-1 as the re- 
sult of one big inning. Charlie Foster allowed 
one hit until the sixth, but then the Mules 
found his speedball to their liking. 

Bates Bobcats were defeated 7-3 behind Er- 
nie Colantonio's effective pitching. Pajonas' 
two triples and three opportune double plays 
were contributing factors. 

Avenging its earlier setback the Huskies 
edged Rhode Island 1-0 in the tightest defens- 
ive game of the year. Coole held the Rams 
to four hits. Sullivan doubled scoring Pajonas 
for the lone run. 

The team journeyed to Waterville and loosed 
their batting barrage for a 13-2 parade over 
Colby. Foster won his first game. Khederian, 



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First Roio left to right: Colt, Cunningham, Antinarelli. Kl 

Maguire. 
Second Row. left to right: Coach Gallagher, Savage, DelGr. 
Rice, Labowicz, Coole, Manning, : 



Foster, Colantonio, Boutellc 
ugh. 



Pajonas, and Sullivan accounted for six of 
thirteen hits, one being a home run by Wally. 

Northeastern lost its second Conference 
game at New Hampshire. Irving Karelis, the 
leading Conference hurler, led the Wildcats to 
the 2-0 victory. 

Ernie Colantonio allowed six scattered hits 
as Northeastern romped over Clark 9-0. An- 
tinarelli, Colt, and Sullivan all collected triples. 
The latter also stole home. 

The team continued its winning ways de- 
feating Worcester Tech 12-6. Home runs count- 
ed heavily as Khedsrian hit the circuit for two, 
and Pajonas one. Sullivan added a triple to 
the cause. 

The Huskies blasted out a 16-11 Conference 
victory over Connecticut at Storrs. The game 
was a hitting slugfest, both teams collecting 
a total of 36. Cunningham had a perfect day 
hitting four for four. 

The undefeated record of New Hampshire's 
Karelis was broken by a 7-6 Husky victory at 
Huntington Field. It took ten innings to do 
the trick, but it tied up the Conference lead. 
The Gallaghers kept the base paths dusty with 
seven stolen bases. Colt starred with two runs, 
three stolen bases, and three hits. 

Northeastern overcame the Soldier Field 
jinx by scoring three big runs in the ninth 
to edge Harvard 4-3. Azzone knocked in the 
tying runs, and then Rice won his own game 
by singling in Mike. This was one of the 
best games of the season. 

Coach Gallagher continued his string of vic- 
tories over Tufts as the Red and Black took 
both ends of a doubleheader at the Oval. 



The scores were 5-1 and 7-6. Frank Coole and 
Ernie Colantonio held the Jumbos in check by 
only allowing four hits. 

Boston College brought the season to a close 
by banging out a 9-2 victory. Fred Antinarelli's 
homer was the only solid Husky hit. Captain 
Syl Simon and Khederian sparkled defensive- 
ly. The record of the 1941 team marks the 
end of another outstanding baseball season. 



THE SCORES 



Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 
Northeastern 



Boston College 

Rhode Island 

Maine 

Colby 




7 
7 
4 

Bates 3 

Rhode Island .... 

Colby 2 

New Hampshire . . 2 

Tufts 1 

Clark 

Worcester Tech . . 6 

Connecticut 11 

New Hampshire . . 6 

Harvard 3 

Tufts 6 

Boston College ... 9 



THE RECORD 

Won 12 Lost 4 



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HOCKEY 



The Team 



RONALD F. McKINNON, '44 (N) 
Captain 

FRED M. CUSICK, '42 (N) 
Manager 

MR. HERBERT W. GALLAGHER 
Coach 

GEORGE P. MAKRIS, '45 
JOHN H. HENSHAW, '45 

Assistant Managers 



Joseph F. Ahearn, '45 
Francis J. Alward, '45 (N) 
George A. Beckett, Jr., '45 
Parker N. Blanchard, '44 (N) 
John S. Carder, '44 (N) 
Richard S. Conner, '45 (N) 
Chauncey DelGrosso, '43 



Leland Dumas, '43 Ronald F. McKinnon, '44 (N) 

Robert B. Fernberg, '44 (N) Dean P. Morrison, '44 

Walter E. Hurley, '45 (N) Robert B. Otenti, '45 (N) 

John P. Heanue, '44 (N) Robert W. Saumsiegle, '44 (N) 
William T. Hutchinson, '44 (N) William L. Shannon, '45 (N) 

John F. Kelley, '45 Robert Sharpe, '45 (N) 

John C. Lally, '45 (N) Carl E. Westlund, '44 (N) 
Robert W. Maker, '45 (N) 



The Season 

By Fred Cusick 

"Best balanced team in the league" was 
the unanimous judgment of hockey fans and 
critics concerning Northeastern University's 
1941-42 New England College Conference sex- 
tet. Leonard M. Fowle, college hockey editor 
of the Boston Globe, stated that if the Huskies 
possessed one outstanding forward they would 
have copped the title. As it was Coach Herb 
Gallagher's team finished third in the league 
with 7 wins and 4 defeats. 

By an "outstanding" forward Mr. Fowle 
meant one of the calibre of John Byrne, 
John Bialeck, John Chipman, Ed Barry, and 
the present mentor, all of whom represented 
former Husky teams. That one was lacking 
from this year's club might well be accounted 
for by the fact that no fourth year man was on 
the squad. In other words, draft plans per- 
mitting, Northeastern's entire squad will be 
back next year and not one, but several "out- 
standing" forwards will represent the Red and 
Black. 

If the Huskies lacked a great forward, then 
they were well compensated for the fact, by a 
brilliant defenseman in the person of Captain 
Ronnie McKinnon. For the second succes- 
sive year Captain McKinnon was chosen on the 
New England College Conference all-star team 
which certainly is an indication of his hockey 
ability. Off the ice Ronnie is one of the 
most personable members of the squad and 
an indication of his popularity was his elec- 
tion to th'? captaincy after his sophomore year 
— the first in the school's hockey history. He 
had an inimitable style of defense play — he was 
essentially a poke checker rather than a body 
checker — and it aided the team no end as 
he broke ur> countless attacks before they 
could get under full swing. This year McKin- 
non played almost 60 minutes of every game 



since he was the only experienced defenseman 
on the team. His partner at the points was 
Sophomore Bob Otenti who improved so much 
during the season that he drew an honorable 
mention award on the League "All" team. 

Otenti was a star blocking back on the foot- 
ball team so his rugged body checks on the 
ice were but a continuation of his gridiron 
maneuvers- With two more years of com- 
petition ahead Bob should develop into one 
of the league's best defensemen. Another 
Sophomore, Bob Sharpe, who never played 
hockey before entering Northeastern, showed 
considerable promise as a defenseman, and 
proved to be a capable relief man. Big John 
Heanue was a letterman also, despite the fact 
that he was hampered by injuries most of the 
year. 

In the goal Northeastern had Will Shannon, 
a colorful net-minder, who turned in several 
brilliant performances throughout the season. 
Shannon was an outstanding high school star, 
and playing his first year of varsity com- 
petition he displayed considerable ability. 
Along with Ed Loring of Colby, he was the 
only goalie to turn in a shutout in the League. 
Shannon turned the trick twice (against Mid- 
dlebury and Bowdoin). John Kelly, another 
second year man, was his substitute. 

Up front the Huskies had two lines of equal 
ability, too, with each one excelling in some 
particular quality. The first line was an "all 
middler" wave made up of Jack Carder, Bob 
Fernberg and Bill Hutchinson, while the sec- 
ond trio was an "all sophomore" line, consist- 
ing of Bob Maker, Dick Conners and Walter 
Hurley. Here's a brief sketch on each of 
them: 

Jack Carder — an engineering student, prob- 
ably one of the most aggressive players on the 
team. He had considerable high school ex- 
perience and was captain of the Newton High 
team in his senior year. He possesses one of 
the hardest shots on the team and if he was 



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FiWr Row, left to right: Hurley, Saumsieglc 
to right: Coach Gallagher, Alward, Sharpe, 



Fernberg, McKinnon, Hu 
iVestlund, Kelley, Heanue 
Makris. 



chinson, Carder, C 
Blanchard, Lally, 



sure of its direction he would be one of the 
leading scorers in the league. 

Bob Fernberg — a Business Administration 
student from Dorchester. Modest and unassum- 
ing off the ice. A brilliant student and con- 
sistent Dean's List man. He captained Dor- 
chester's team in the Boston High School Hoc- 
key league. Received honorable mention on 
the New England League "all" team. He rates 
as most improved player of the club. 

Bill Hutchinson — a Business Administration 
student and a good one. He and Fernberg are 
life-long pals. Bill rates as one of the two 
comedians on the club. He never played high 
school hockey but has shown considerable 
ability in his three years of play at North- 
eastern. He is one of the smartest forwards 
in college hockey and his proficiency in "fak- 
ing" goal tenders was uncanny. 

Bob Maker — a Business Administration stu- 
dent. Leading scorer on the team. He had the 
most accurate shot on the club. A product 
of Framingham High. In addition to College 
hockey he plays on outside rinks at every pos- 
sible opportunity. Never plays without a spe- 
cial stick graded to his own specifications. 

Richard Conners — a Business Administration 
student. A hustler from the drop of the puck. 
His aggressiveness made him outstanding. His 
nickname is "Gabe." Another Framingham 
High product. He and Maker are inseparables 
off the ice which accounts for their fine team 
play. He usually sets up plays but he scored 
several goals in vital games this year. 

Walter Hurley — another Business Adminis- 
tration student. With "Hutch" he rates as a 
top-flight comedian. Played at Newton High 
School where he was outstanding. Chosen on 
the all-scholastic team. Probably the fastest 
skater in the club and he also possesses a good 



shot. He finished second to Maker in scoring. 
Coach Gallagher had five other forwards 
who saw considerable service. Parker Blanch- 
ard, who was playing his first full year on the 
varsity, Bob Saumsiegle, who was hampered 
considerably by a knee injury and Carl West- 
lund, an experienced right winger. Sophomores 
John Lally and Frank Alward were also rated 
high, with Lally displaying possibilities as 
either a forward or a defenseman. The same 
trio sparked the club to a 4 to 3 win over 
Bowdoin at Brunswick, Maine after they had 
succumbed to Colby 9 to 5 the day before at 
Waterville. In the other games played, Tech 
was defeated twice 6 to 3, and 9 to 4, Boston 
College won another close one 5 to 3, and New 
Hampshire was vanquished 9 to 4. With all 
three lines joining in the scoring, an impres- 
sive win was hung up over Bowdoin in the 
season's finale 8 to 0. 



THE SCORES 



Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 

Northeastern . . 



M. I. T 3 

Boston College . . 5 

Harvard 5 

M. I. T 4 

New Hampshire . . 1 

Boston College . . 9 

Middlebury 

Colby 9 

Bowdoin 3 

New Hampshire . . 4 

Colby 5 

Bowdoin 



THE RECORD 

Won 7 Lost 5 



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BASKETBALL 



HAROLD MARON, '43 (N) 
Captain 



MR. JAMES W. DUNN 
Coach 



The Team 



Donald Alston, '43 (N) 
Michael J. Azzone, '44 (N) 
George Brumis, '45 
Ernest J. Colantonio, '43 (N) 
Leonard Erickson, '44 
Harold W. Gates, '44 
Richard A. Hakanson, '44 



WILLIAM I. TAYLOR, '42 (N) 
Manager 



Harry B. Hatch, '42 (N) 
John F. Holt, '45 
Theodore Hultgren, '45 
Joseph C. Lawler, '44 (N) 
Harold Maron, '43 (N) 
Donald H. Moore, '44 
Victor W. Murphy, '45 
Arthur M. Oppenheim, '45 



Alphonse Pajonas, '42 (N) 
James A. Philips, '45 (N) 
Ralph A. Rawley, '43 (N) 
Nicholas Scurto, '44 
Edward F. Sitarz, '45 (N) 
Wallace F. Sullivan, '42 (N) 
Robert T. Thorpe, '44 



The Season 

By S. Nathenson 

Before Uncle Sam tapped him gently on the 
shoulder and jerked a suggestive thumb at the 
Army, Coach Jimmy Dunn had time to pre- 
sent Northeastern a farewell gift. It was the 
most gratifying basketball season in years. The 
Huskies won six games and lost nine for an 
average of .400, a feat which inspired the 
Boston Globe to name N. U. the 24th strong- 
est team in New England, ranking directly be- 
hind Norwich, which the Dunnmen conquered, 
37-31, and Maine, which they walloped twice, 
51-35 and 4240. 

For a while, the boys looked like the pro- 
verbial lead-pipe cinch to wind up the season 
with more wins than losses. When Division A 
returned from the industrial wars to the busi- 
ness of wading through the second semester, 
it rubbed its eyes to gaze upon a hoop squad 
that with considerable eclat had annexed five 
victories in its first seven games. It saw Cap- 
tain Hal Maron give numerous exhibitions on 
how to disappear in the middle of a court and 
reappear again with startling suddenness be- 
neath the enemy basket with the ball in his 
possession. 

It saw Al Pajonas, small and lithe and 
rhythmic, unleashing with either arm and from 
all angles his peculiar soft shots that floated 
leisurely up to the basket one inch above rim 
level and dived through without touching the 
rim. 

It saw sophomore Ed Sitarz at center, tall 
and cool, demonstrating how a man can pass 
often and flawlessly to set up his teammates 
and still be a high scorer himself. 

It saw a flashing blur on the court, and 
whenever the blur stopped it could be identi- 
fied as diminutive Mike Azzone, who com- 
bined with Pajonas and Sitarz, to form one 
of the fastest and smartest sets of forwards in 



New England. It saw him uncork a court 
game often bordering on the uncanny, a game 
which featured miraculous appearances in 
front of enemy passes, clever ball-handling, 
and lightning-like sorties deep into alien ter- 
ritory. 

It saw — and in case you've dropped off 
somewhere along the line, "it" refers to Div- 
ision A — it saw Wally Sullivan, swarthy and 
impassive, give lessons in the proper way to 
get balls off the back boards and so turn dan- 
gerous enemy forays into Husky scoring oppor- 
tunities. 

And whenever it clapped its hands and stamp- 
ed its feet hard enough, it saw an erratic al- 
beit colorful athlete named Jim Philips, who 
raced down the court inspired apparently by 
the same set of instincts as a woman driver, 
glancing brightly at Maron on his left and pass- 
ing to an unsuspecting Pajonas on the right 
sideline, getting a return pass, faking brilliant- 
ly toward Mike Azzone but instead passing 
smoothly behind him to Professor Pugsley in 
the stands. 

It saw the record to date : decisive victories 
over Bates, Norwich, Maine, and New Hamp- 
shire twice, and forgivable losses to Harvard, 
where the court was unfamiliar, the crowd par- 
tisan, and the officiating malodorous, and to 
Rhode Island, where the Huskies ran up their 
highest total of the year. 60 points, only to 
discover that Coach Keaney's basket-crazy 
Rams had manufactured 98 somewhere along 
the way. 

All this Division A saw, and it offered up 
devout thanks to whatever gods it knew of, 
felt its blood tingle with the school spirit which 
a winning team engenders, and reached into 
its wallets to make sure that the all-important 
AA book was still there. 

Then the team which had just won five of 
seven games proceeded to win exactly one of 
the next eight. The reasons are several. For 
one thing, Sitarz' draft board thought he would 



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First Rom. left to right: Philips, Paionas, Sullh 
Second Row, It It to right: Taylor, Rawley, Scurto, Haka 

Coach Dunn. 



.awler, Azzone. 
Hulteren. Hatch. 



look nice in a soldier's uniform and transferr- 
ed him from the sportive realm of basketball 
tactics to the grim realm of military tactics. 
Then again, the second half of the schedule 
was as tough as a bride's biscuits, much tough- 
er than the first half. Then again — oh, well 
. . . post mortems are never pleasant. 

The losses we might point out for the mor- 
bidly minded, were to Springfield, Tufts, Clark, 
Connecticut twice, Rhode Island, for the sec- 
ond time, and Colby. The lonesome victory 
was over Maine, and the fact that it was a 
victory can be traced to Al Pajonas, who float- 
ed one of his patented balloons through the 
hoop in the final seconds of the game, to 
make the score read 42-40 for the Red and 
Black. The points were Al's 18th and 19th of 
the contest. 

Speaking of Pajonas, it might be added that 
for the third straight year he was the supreme 



threat and scoring star of the team. Despite 
the fact that every opposing coach directed his 
defense to keep Al covered like a sucker's bet, 
he ran up 253 points in 14 games for an av- 
erage of 18.07 points per game. This left him 
the third ranking scorer in New England bas- 
ketball in point of averages. In front of him 
were Stutz Modzelewski of Rhody, with 454 
points in 21 games, for 21.61, and Ziggy Strz- 
lecki of Clark, with 297 in 14, for 21.21. Both 
Modzelewski and Strzlecki played on teams 
which, unlike the Huskies, were out to score 
and score and score. , 

In actual scoring, Al's 109 field goals and 
35 fouls landed him in ninth place among all 
New England scorers, but since he played in 
from three to seven games fewer than all the 
others except Strzlecki he turned in an out- 
standing job along with his suit. 



SCORES 



Northeastern . . 52 

Northeastern . . 33 

Northeastern . . 37 

Northeastern . . 54 

Northeastern . . 51 

Northeastern . . 60 

Northeastern . . 50 

Northeastern . . 36 

Northeastern . . 35 

Northeastern . . 37 



Bates 34 

Harvard 54 

Norwich 31 

New Hampshire . . 47 

Maine 35 

Rhode Island 98 

New Hampshire . . 29 

Springfield 49 

Tufts 53 

Clark 65 



Northeastern . 


. 34 




...66 


Northeastern . 


. 37 




,..71 


Northeastern . 


. 17 


Colby 


...40 


Northeastern . 


. 42 




...40 


Northeastern . 


. 29 


Connecticut . . . 


...58 



THE RECORD 

Won 6 Lost 9 



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RIFLE TEAM 




First Row. left to right: Straight. Crossley, Myers, Simms, Hills. 
Second Row, left to right: Devine Richmond, Krinoples, Knowlton, Briggs, Bartlett. 

Elvvood R. Myers, '42, President; Norman S. Crossley, 42, Eugene F. Tangherline, '43, Vice-Presidents; Everett E. 

Stone, '43 David M. Straight, '43, Treasurers; Mr. J. James Devine, Coach; Arthur J. Davis, '45, Frederick A. Moore, 

Jr., '43, Secretaries; David R. Wood, '45, Hugh P. Simms, '44, Ordnance Officers; Ray H. Bartlett, Jr., '42; Vernon 

F. Carpenter, '43; John T. Hills, '45; Carl W. Pinkham, '44; Robert B. Richmond, '45. 




First Row. Irlt to right: O'Too'e. Richardson. Engle Bacon. 
Second Row, left to right: Kenney, Deyo. Jr , R. Richardson, Hefflon. 

F. Thayer Richardson, Commodore; John F. O'Toole, Vice-Commodore; Lewis H. Bacon, Secretary-Treasurer; John 
H. Henshaw, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer ; Professor Rudolph O. Oberg, Faculty Adviser. 



YACHT CLUB 



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KING HUSKY I 

1926—1941 



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FACULTY DIRECTORY 



Averill, Frank G. 90 Fairbanks Avenue, Wellesley! Hills 

A.B., Bowdoin College 
Avery, Robert H. 100 Gainsboro Street, Boston 

A.B., Holy Cross College 
Bacon, Frederick S. 42 Hyde Avenue, Newton 

A.B., and M.A., Harvard University 
Bailey, Wayland S. River Street, Norwell 

S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; MS., Lehigh University 
Baird, Charles O., Jr. 17 Manning Road, East Lynn 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Baker, Chester P. 31 Bow Road, Newton Centre 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.A., Boston University 
Banks, Merlon F. 218 Newbury Street, Boston 

S.B., University of Maine 
Barnason, Charles F. 122 Downer Avenue, Hingham 

A.B., College City of New York; M.A., Cornell University; Ph.D., Harvard University 
Bowen, Earl K. 41 St. Stephen Street, Boston 

S.B., Massachusetts State College 
Boyajian, John H. 9 Powder House Terrace, W. Somerville 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Bromley, William H., Jr. 1100 Mammoth Road, Dracut 

S.B., Holy Cross College 
Bruce, Robert 12 Elliott Street, Winthrop 

B.C.S. and M.C.S., Northeastern University 
Capon, R. Lawrence 58 Channing Road, Newton Centre 

S.B. and M.A., Boston University 
Churchill, Everett A. 48 Long Avenue, Belmont 

A.B., Wesleyan College; Ed.D., Harvard University 
Cleveland, Lawrence F. 220 Jackson Street, Newton Centre 

S.B., Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Cloney, William T., Jr. 30 Lantern Lane, Milton 

A.B., Harvard University 
Combellack, Wilfred J. 108 Jersey Street, Boston 

A.B. and M.A., Colby College 
Conrade, Noel L. 9 Buswell Street, Boston 

S.B., Long Island University 
Cook, Edward M. 66 Highland Avenue, Arlington 

A.B., Harvard University 
Coolidge, Joseph A. 20 Martin Street, Cambridge 

S.B. and M.A., Harvard University 
Cooperstein, Louis 31 Howland Street, Roxbury 

A.B. and M.A., Harvard University 
Cutts, Elmer H. 387 Harvard Street, Cambridge 

A.B. and M.A., University of Washington; Ph.D., Harvard University 
D'Alessandro, Alfred 46 Radcliffe Road, Belmont 

B.C.S. and LL.B., Northeastern University; M.B.A., Boston University; C.P.A. 
Dean, Warren C. 105 Peterborough Street, Boston 

A.B. and M.A., Boston University 
Devine, J. James 5 Mendum Street, Roslindale 

S.B. and M.S., Rhode Island State College 
Dubois, Laurent 0. 9 Sewall Avenue, Brookline 

S.B., University of New Hampshire ; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 



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Dubois, Norman A. 1200 Great Plain Avenue, Needham 

S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A. and Ph.D., Brown University 
Dunn, James W. 12 Mason Road, Watertown 

A.B., Western Maryland College 
Edgerly, Stuart Maynard Road, Sudbury 

A.B., Dartmouth College; M.A., Harvard University 
Ell, Carl S. 21 Beaumont Avenue, Newtonville 

A.B., DePauw University; S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 

Ed.M., Harvard University; Sc.D., DePauw University 
Engelhardt, Charles P., Jr. Otis Street, Bedford 

S.B. and M. Arch., Harvard University 
Essigmann, Martin W. 27 Rock Street, Woburn 

S.B., Tufts CoUege 
Estes, Stanley G. 60 Pinckney Street, Boston 

A.B., Colby College; M.A., Columbia University; M.A. and Ph.D., Harvard University 
Everett, Albert E. 4 Crown Street, Auburndale 

S.B. and M.B.A., Northeastern University 
FenneU, G. Raymond 42 Fremont Avenue, Everett 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.B.A., Boston University 
Ferguson, Harry 105 Peterborough Street, Boston 

S.B., Boston University 
Ferretti, Alfred J. 29 Coolidge Road, Lynn 

S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Flumere, Emanuel A. 147 Worthington Street, Boston 

A.B., Northeastern University 
Gallagher, Herbert W. 164 Cabot Street, Newton 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Ganong, Warren L. 24 Lexington Avenue, Needham Heights 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Golemme, Joseph M. 22 Whiting Street, Hanover 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.A., Boston University 
Gramstorff, Emil A. 19 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington 

S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Hamilton, Roger S. 1367 Walnut Street, Newton Highlands 

A.B., University of Pittsburgh; M.A., Tufts College; Ph.D., Harvard University 
Harrington, Robert F. 120 Essex Street, Beverly 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Haskins, Elmer E. 213 Jackson Street Newton Centre 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.A., University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., Boston University 
Havice, Charles W. 83 Franklin Street, South Brain tree 

A.B., Alleghany College; M.A., S.T.B., and Ph.D., Boston University 
Henderson, Frederick R. 223 Park Drive, Boston 

S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Hoffman, Randall W. 347 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville 

S.B., Middlebury College; M.A., Boston University 
Holmes, Frederick W. 32 Lincoln Street, Dedham 

A.B., Harvard University; M.A., Boston University 
Hultgren, William C. 80 Woodside Road, Winchester 

Ingram, Alvin R. 9 Buswell Street, Boston 

S.B., University of New Hampshire 
Jackson, Julian E. 187 Woodcliff Road, Newton Highlands 

A.B., Coe College; M.B.A., Harvard University; LL.B. 
Johnson, C. David 24 Lunt Street, Norfolk Downs 

A.B., Clark University; M.A., Boston University 



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Johnston, Robert A. 457 High Street, South Hanson 

A.B., University of Kansas; M.B.A., Harvard University 
Keith, Lyman A. 104 School Street, Jamaica Plain 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Kennefick, Russell T. 13B Short Street, Gloucester 

A.B., Northeastern University 
Knowles, Asa S. 41 Louise Road, Belmont 

A.B., Bowdoin College; MA., Boston University 
Kontoff, Henry A. Overlook Park, Newton Centre 

M.D., Tufts College 
Lacount, Reginald G. 11 Cleveland Road, Wellesley 

S.B., MA., and Ph.D., Boston University 
Lake, Wilfred S. 59 Hinckley Road, Waban 

A.B., Hiram College ; M.A. and Ph.D., Harvard University 
Laveaga, Robert E. 91 Cross Street, Belmont 

B.P.Ed., George Williams College; Ed.M., Boston University 
Light, Galen D. 3 Preble Gardens Road, Belmont 

A.B., Yale University 
Luder, W. Fay 51 Symmes Street, Roslindale 

A.B., Kalamazoo College; Ph.D., Brown University 
Lux, Warren E. 9 Buswell Street, Boston 

A.B., Amherst College 
Lynd, Albert J. 71 Gainsborough Street, Boston 

A.B. and MA., Harvard University 
MacKenzie, Donald H. 34 Exeter Street, Wollaston 

S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University 
Marston, Everett C. 40 Hereward Road, Newton Centre 

A.B., Colby College; M.A., Harvard University 
Masterson, John P. 64 Eliot Street, Milton 

S.B., Boston College 
McGuire, Waldemar S. 33 Samoset Avenue, Quincy 

S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A., Boston University 
Melvin, Harold W. 44 Houston Avenue, Milton 

A.B. and M.A., Boston University 
Meserve, George Harris, Jr. 64 Magoun Avenue, Medford 

S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University 
Mezzacappa, Antonio L. 121 Mt. Vernon Street, Arlington 

A.B., MA. Ph.D., Harvard University 
Miroyiannis, Stanley D. 8 Cumberland Street, Boston 

S.B., Northwest College; M.A. and Ph.D., Boston University 
Morgan, John C. 24 Walker Street, Newtonville 

S.B., University of New Hampshire 
Morris, Rudolph M. 99 Knollwood Road, Squantum 

S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University 
Muckenhoupt, Carl F. 332 Winchester Street, Newton Highlands 

A.B., Williams College; S.B. and Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Nelson, Verner O. Y.M.C.A., 316 Huntington Avenue, Boston 

Nightingale, Winthrop E. 136 Dickerman Road, Newton Highlands 

A.B., Harvard University; S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology and 

Harvard University; Ed.M., Boston University 
Nitchie, Francis R„ Jr. 70 St. Stephen Street, Boston 

A.B., Middlebury College 
Norvish, Franklin 73 Upland Road, Brockton 

S.B., Colby College; M.A., Yale University 



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37 Walker Street, Atlantic 

Post Road, Wayland 

19 Hardy Avenue, Watertown 

609 South Street, Roslindale 

71 Stearns Road, Brookline 



Oberg, Rudolf O. 

S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Boston University 
Pare, Eugene G. 

S.B. and Ed.M., Tufts College 
Parsons, Edward S. 

S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Harvard University 
Pihl, George E. 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.S., Harvard University 
Pinard, William J. 

A.B., Gray CoUege; M.A., Transvaal University; Ed.M., South African University; 

Ph.D., London University 
Porter, Roland G. 19 Woodbury Street, Beverly 

B.E.E., Northeastern University; M.S., Harvard University 
Pugsley, John B. 23 Hardy Avenue, Watertown 

A.B., Colby College 
Purinton, Ellis M. 7 Clark Avenue, Beverly 

B.B.A., Northeastern University 
Ramsey, Charles M. 458 Huntington Avenue, Boston 

A.B., Trinity College; M.A., Cornell University and Harvard University 
Reynolds, Paul E. 

A.B., Clark University; Ph.D., Harvard University 
Richards, Henry E. 

S.B. and M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Rook, Gustav 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Sanderson, Albert E. 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Schlagenhauf, Milton J. 

A.B., Washington University; M.A.. Northwestern University; B.D., Garrett Bible School 
Schmieder, Albert K. Randolph Street, Canton 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Seavey, Duncan W. 19 Orlando Avenue, Arlington 

S.B., Tufts College; M.S., Ohio State University 
Smith, W. Lincoln 4 Academy Lane, Concord 

S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Eng.D., Northeastern University 
Spear, Joseph 

A.B., Harvard University; M.A.. Boston University 
Spencer, Ernest L. 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Stearns, Frederick A. 

S.B. and M. S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Stevenson, J. Kenneth 

B.C.S., Northeastern University 
Stone, Samuel A. 

S.B. and M.S., University of New Hampshire 
Strahan, Samuel A. S. 210 South Huntington Avenue, Jamaica Plain 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Tatton, Gerald R. 52 Oakland Street, Medford 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.B.A., Boston University 
Thomas, Reginald C. 72 Madison Avenue, Newtonville 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Thompson, Loring M. 62 Parsons Street, West Newton 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Thomson, Alfred J. 20 Pierce Place, Canton 

S.B. and M.A., Boston University 



17 Forest Street, Cambridge 

171 First Street, Melrose 

24 Pleasant Street, Dorchester 

Cochituate Road, Wayland 

96 Blakely Road, Medford 



31 Matchett Street, Brighton 

58 South Street, Medfield 

66 Florence Avenue, Melrose 

101 Goden Street, Belmont 

56 Symphony Road, Boston 



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23 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington 
22 Devon Avenue, Beverly 



Towle, George W. 

S.B., University of New Hampshire 
Tozer, Eliot F. 

S.B., Massachusetts Art School 
Troupe, Ralph A. 329 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston 

S.B., Drexel Institute; M.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Underbill, Hurshel E. 76 Elgin Street, Newton Centre 

S.B., University of Oklahoma; M.B.A., University of Kansas 
Vernon, Arthur A. 14 Standish Street, Newton Highlands 

S.B. and M.S., Union College; Ph.D., Princeton University 
Wallace, Thomas H. 43 Brooksdale Road, Brighton 

S.B., Boston University; M.A., Harvard University; Ph.D., Boston University 
Wallace, William 90 Winslow Street, Everett 

S.B., Northeastern University 
Welch, George B. 876 Watertown Street, West Newton 

S.B.. Bowdoin College; Ph.D. Cornell University 
White, William C. 30 Summit Road, Wellesley 

S.B., Northeastern University ; Ed.M., Boston University 
Whittaker, Albert E. 77 Greenwood Street, Greenwood 

S.B., Northeastern University; Ed.M., Harvard University 
Wolowicz, Chester H. 81 Tremont Street, Salem 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.S., Harvard University 
Zeller, Joseph W. 282 Concord Street, Framingham 

S.B. and M.E., Tufts College 
Zuffanti, Saverio 128 Atlantic Street, Quincy 

S.B., Northeastern University; M.A., Boston University 



UPPERCLASS DIRECTORY 



Aaronian, Tzolag A., '43 L.A.. 218 Broadway,Cambridge 
Abbott, Allen W., '45 Eng., 27 Lloyd St., Winchester 
Abbott, David, '46 L.A., 21 Everell Rd., Winchester 
Abdella, Joseph, Jr., '45 L.A , 748 Grafton St., Worcester 
Abrams, Bertram T., '43 L.A., 197 Columbia Rd., Boston 
Abrams, Charles S., '44 L.A., 19 North Anderson St., 

Boston 
Adams, Frank P., '43 L.A., 14 Wilbur St., Dorchester 
Adams, Milton K., '45 L.A., 1912 Eight St., 

Rensselaer, N. Y. 
Agliata, Thomas P., '44 B.A., 252 Chambers, Boston 
Ahearn, Joseph F., '45 Eng., 194 Lowell Ave., 

Newtonville 
Ahearn, Maurice J., '45 B.A., 665 Common St., Walpole 
Ahem, John E., '44 Eng., 140 Sherman St., Portland, Me. 
Aikens, Alexander E., '45 Eng., 844 Beacon St., Boston 
Akeroyd, Richard, '44 B.A., 26 Evans Way, Boston 
Alberghini, Delmo F., '45 B.A., 7 Lowell Cricle, 

Somerville 
Alden, Merton S., '44 B.A., 51 Beacon St., Hyde Park 
Aldrich, George W., '44 L.A., 72 Menotomy Rd., 

Arlington 
Alexander, Arthur T., '44 Eng., 29 Carleton St., Revere 
Alhemovich, John S., '45 L.A., 89 Houghton St., 

Worcester 



Aliberte, Fernando, '43 Eng., 53 Forest Ave., Everett 
Allen, Benjamin F., '44 Eng., School St., Vergennes, Vt. 
Allen, John R., '44 B.A., Main St., Cambridge 
Alpert, Sumner, '45 Eng., 147 Talbot Ave., Dorchester 
Alston, Donald, '43 B.A., 124 Trenton, Lawrence 
Altman, Irving L., '45 B.A., 21 Green St., Brookline 
Alward, Francis J., '45 B.A., 14 Burgess Ave., Westwood 
Amon, William F., Jr., '44 Eng., 5 Tolman Place, 

Roxbury 
Anderson, Clifford F., '44 Eng., 6 Congress St., 

Worcester 
Anderson, John M., '45 B.A., 58 Alexander Rd., 

Newton Highlands 
Andrews, Harlow P., '43 B. A., 4 Andrews, Framingham 
Andrews, Lyman L , '43 Eng., 20 Ellis, Brockton 
Andrews, Peter, '45 Eng., 105 Johnson St., Springfield 
Annis, Arthur F., '43 B.A., 111 Norway St., Boston 
Annunziatta, Joseph V., '44 B.A., 235 Wooster St., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Antinarelli, Fred, '44 B.A., 26 Howard St., Watertown 
Antongnoni, Joseph, '44 Eng., 12 Elsmore St., Concord 
Arico, Herbert C, '45 B.A., 105 Maple St., Belmont 
Ariewitz, Daniel, '45 Eng., R. D. 7, Norwich, Conn. 
Artick, Edward F., Jr., '44 Eng., 26 Tremont St., 

Chelsea 



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Asci, Edmund A., '45 B.A., 110 Princeton St., E. Boston 
Ash, Samuel, '45 B.A., 152 Blue Hill Ave , Boston 
Ashcroft, Clarence W., '43 Eng., 20 Manton RcL, 

Swampscott 
Ashley, Robert D., '45 B.A., 51 Felton St., Hudson 
Ashline, Robert D., '43 Eng., 5 Weymouth St., Fitchburg 
Ashton, Donald, '44 Eng., 29 William St., West Newton 
Augis, John M.. '44 Eng., 453 Main St., Clinton 
Austin, John H., '44 Eng., 3 Remington St., Dorchester 
Austin, Sidney F., '45 Eng., 6 High St., Orleans, Vt. 
Autio, Herbert A., '45 Eng., 4 Northmen Pass, 

Fitchburg 
Azzone, Michael, '44 L A., 27 Goden, Belmont 

Bach, Hans V., '45 Eng., 1,740 Holland Ave., 

New York City 
Backer, Abbott, '45 B.A., 27 Lowell St., Lynn 
Bacon, Conrad G., '44 Eng., 569 Main St., 

Middletown, Conn. 
Bacon, Lewis H., '44 Eng., 1,478 Main St., S. Weymouth 
Bacon, Stuart W., '45 Eng., 76 Dover St., Worcester 
Bailey, Edward T., Jr., '45 Eng., Main St., 

Wells River, Vt. 
Bailey, Wilbert G., '45 Eng., 55 North St., Randolph 
Bajoras, George V., '43 Eng., 204 South Leonard St., 

Waterbury, Conn. 
Bakanauskas, Sam. '44 L.A., 166 Wilson St.. Haverhill 
Baker, Bradford M., '43 B.A., 22 Stedman, Wakefield 
Ball, Russell E., '45 Eng., 61 Pilgrim Rd., Marblehead 
Ballota, Joseph S., '45 L.A., 41 Sumner St., Dorchester 
Balzer, George C, '44 L.A., 9 Windemere Park, 

Arlington 
Banaag, Victorino V., '44 Eng., 2,621 Herran St., 

Manila, Philippines 
Band, Maurice, '45 B.A., 57 Almoin St., Maiden 
Banks, Ray C, Jr., '45 B.A., 40 Holbrook Place, 

Ansonia, Conn. 
Barbadoro, Nelson, '43 Eng., 51 Russell St., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Barbar, Thomas, '45 L.A., 135 Hudson, Boston 
Barnes, Donald G., '45 L.A., 13 Church, Tarrytown, N. Y. 
Barnes, Howard P., '44 Eng., 20 Birchwood Ave., 

Rutland, Vt. 
Baron, Burnett, '45 Eng., 21 Nazing, Roxbury 
Barr, Robert Douglas, '44 L.A., 6 Parkway Rd., 

Brookline 
Barron, Selwyn Z., '44 B.A., 160 University Rd., 

Brookline 
Barth, Milton S, '43 Eng., 35' Glenhill Rd., Boston 
Bartlett, Robert H., '45 B.A , 64 Thomas, New Bedford 
Bassett, Ormon E., '45 Eng., 247 Evans. Weymouth 
Batastini, Eugene Ottie, Jr., '44 L.A.. 16 Cherry St., 

Danvers 
Bates, Byron D„ '43 Eng., 38 Pearl, New Bedford 
Bates, Stanley Wellington, '45 L.A., 3 Argyle Rd., 

Arlington Heights 
Bayley, Edwin R., '45 Eng., 27 Alden St., Whitman 
Beal, Edward, '44 Eng , 16 Batavia PL, Harrison, N. Y. 
Beane, Robert H„ '45 Eng., 271 North St., N. Weymouth 
Beard, Richard B., '45 Eng., 42 Sydney St., Medford 
Bearse, Chester A., '44 B.A., 7 Britton St., Raynham 
Bechtel, Jack H., '44 Eng,. 35 Bradford Rd., 

Newton Highlands 
Beckett, George A., Jr., '45 Eng., 11 Woodland Ave., 

Medford 
Bedell, Albion R., '44 Eng., 42 Chase St., Danvers 
Bell, Kenneth F., '44 B.A., 20 Fitchburg St., Watertown 



Bellamacina, Angelo A., '43 B.A., 8 Pinckney St., 

Somerville 
Bengis, Milton M., '45 B.A., 50 Allen St., Boston 
Bennett, Harrison, '43 B.A., Post Rd., South Sudbury 
Berggren, John L., '44 Eng., 1,353 Main St., Waltham 
Berkland, Irving T., '43 Eng., 44 Cedar St., Norwood 
Berman, Merril, '44 Eng., 4,403 14th Ave., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Berman, Theodore, '45 Eng., 114 Bellingham St., Chelsea 
Besse, Neil K., '43 Eng., 36 Washington St., Fairhaven 
Better, Paul, '44 Eng , 24 Evans Rd., Peabody 
Beutel, Werner H., '45 Eng., 165 Jewett Ave., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Bevis, Edgar A., '43 Eng., 43 Harrison St., 

Newton Highlands 
Bickelman, Alfred, '45 B.A., 52 Supple Rd., Roxbury 
Biederman, Robert, '44 L.A., 957 Morton St., Mattapan 
Biggs, Matthew R., '45 Eng., 18 Temple Ave.. Winthrop 
Bililies, Charles A., '45 B.A., 422 Tremont St., Boston 
Birnbaum, Herbert, '43 L.A., 306 Hyde Park Ave., 

Jamaica Plain 
Bishop, Gardner M., '45 Eng., 110 St. Stephens St., 

Boston 
Bishop, Henry J., '45 Eng., 606 County St., New Bedford 
Bishop, Robert C, '45 B.A., 98 Harvard St., No. Quincy 
Bitsikas, John, '44 B.A., 18 Whitney Park, Mattapan 
Blackman, Kay S., '43 Eng., Findley Lake, N. Y. 
Blair, Ernest R., '45 Eng., 108 Willow Ave., Wollaston 
Blake, Martin, '43 Eng., 60 Westville St., Dorchester 
Blake, Robert W., '44 B.A., 259 Center St., Bangor, Me. 
Blakely, John R., '44 Eng., 67 Ashland St., Medford 
Blanchard, Charles W., '45 Eng., 5 Ravenscroft Rd., 

Winchester 
Blanchard, Glenn E., '44 Eng., 10 Moody St., Amesbury 
Blanchard, Parker N., '44 Eng., 5 Ravenscroft Rd., 

Winchester 
Blethen, Raymond D., Jr., '45 B.A., 46 Frances St., 

Haverhill 
Bodnar, Walter, '43 Eng., 16 Highland Park Ave., 

Roxbury 
Bolivar, Carleton, '43 Eng., 11 Upland Rd., Winchester 
Bolonsky, Leonard H., '44 L.A., 80 Wellington Hill, 

Mattapan 
Bolton, Foster K., '43 Eng., Cabot, Vt. 
Bolz, William R., '43 B.A., Box 183, Uncasville, Conn. 
Bong, Walter A., '43 Eng., 2,295 Main St., Springfield 
Bonia, Walter J., '43 Eng., Ill Salem St., North Revere 
Bordewieck, Robert W., '45 Eng., 274 Weston Rd., 

Wellesley 
Bornstein, Daniel, '45 Eng., 21 Donald Rd., Dorchester 
Bornstein, David, '44 Eng., 24 Audubon Rd., Milton 
Borofsky, Arnold J., '43 L.A., 10 Wilcock St., 

Dorchester 
Borofsky, Sumner L , '44 Eng., 10 Wilcock St., 

Dorchester 
Bottiggi, Theodore A., '44 Eng., 73 Madison Ave., 

Quincy 
Boudreau, Edward G., '45 B.A., 33 Ellis Rd., Swampscott 
Bourke, James D., '45 B.A., 59 Aldrich St., Roslindale 
Bower, Leroy C, '44 Eng., 60 Allison St., Newton 
Bowmar, William D., '45 L.A.. Main St., Groton 
Bowry, Donald W., '43 Eng., King Philip Rd., 

South Sudbury 
Boyce, Warren T.. '45 Eng., 658 So. Main St., Sharon 
Boyko, Solly, '45 Eng., 56 Kelly St., Bristol, Conn. 
Boyle, Herbert P., '43 B.A., 41 Collins Rd., Waban 
Boynton, Bennett W., '45 B.A., Summer St., Rowley 



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Brastow, Edgar R., '45 Eng., 50 Maple St., 

Attleboro Falls 
Brazaitis, Zigmund, '45 Eng., 35 Kenberma Rd., 

Dorchester 
Brewster, David T., '44 L.A., 98 Preston St., Hathorne 
Brigham, James H., '44 Eng., 54 Whitney St., Northboro 
Broderick, Robert J., '44 L.A., 42 Summer St., Milford 
Brooks, Joseph W., '45 L.A., 48 Huron Ave., Cambridge 
Brown, Allan R., '43 Eng., 36 Ellsworth Ave , Beverly 
Brown, Richard J., '45 Eng., 41 St. Gregory St., 

Dorchester 
Brown, Robert A., '45 Eng., 40 Linwood St., 

North Uxbridge 
Brown, Robert H., '43 Eng., East Main St., Chatham 
Brown, Robert K., Jr., '45 B.A., 46 Westmoreland 

Ave., Arlington Heights 
Brumis, George, '45 B.A., 65 Lexington Ave , 

Somerville 
Bucci, Richard P., '44 B.A., 64 Wareham St., Medford 
Buchanan, Stanley M., '44 Eng., 5 Arion St., Dorchester 
Buck, Ralph E„ '44 Eng., 161 Savin Hill Ave., 

Dorchester 
Bunich, Jack J., '44 B.A., 35 Theodome St., Dorchester 
Bunker, Arthur G., '45 Eng., 86 Thornton St., Roxbury 
Burbank, Richard M , '44 Eng., 25 Hartsuff St., 

Rockland 
Burdett, John D., '44 Eng., 56 Emwood St., Swampscott 
Burgamaster, E. Arnold, '44 Eng., 22 Waverly St., 

Stoneham 
Burger, Edwin M., '44 Eng., 49 Cortland St., Springfield 
Burgess, Howard C , '44 Eng., 47 Carleton St., Newton 
Burke, Edward L., '43 Eng., 137 Wildwood Ave., 

Arlington 
Burkitt, Norman A., '44 B.A., 297 Western Prom., 

Portland, Me. 
Burnham, Francis U., Jr., '45 Eng., 6 Ave. B, 

Turners Falls 
Burnham, John F., '44 L.A., 11 Perry St., Stoughton 
Burns, William J., '45 B.A., Post Q. M. C. Office, 

Fort Devens 
Burstein, Sol, '45 Eng., 198 Chester Ave., Chelsea 
Burt, Alan C, '45 Eng., 175 South Ave., Attleboro 
Burton, John A., '45 Eng., 50 Olean St., Worcester 
Bush, Chester, '43 Eng., 139 Beaver St., Hyde Park 
Buskey, Felix A., '44 Eng., 51A Tremont St., 

Claremont, N. H. 
Butcher, Stanley E., '43 L.A., 8 Chadwick St., 

North Bellerica 
Butler, Arthur M., '43 B.A., 526 Water St., 

Framingham 
Butters. Raymond J., '45 L.A., 23 Packard Ave., 

Dorchester 
Buxton, Robert W., '44 Eng., 10 Freeman St., Arlington 

Calish, Sumner J., '45 Eng., 25 South St., Brighton 
Callahan, Duane, '44 B.A., 59A Strathmore Rd., 

Brighton 
Cameron, Duncan H., '43 Eng., 306 Dudley St., Roxbury 
Cameron, Francis X., '44 L.A., 25 Hamelton St., 

Dorchester 
Cameron, George D., '44 Eng., 273 Pontiac Ave., 

Cranston, R. I. 
Cameron, Paul, '44 Eng., 59 Tamworth Hill Ave., 

Greenwood 
Cammarata, Joseph G., '43 B.A., 42 Fairmont St., 

Arlington 



Campbell, John D., '44 B.A., 70 Pleasant St., 

North Andover 
Campbell, John F., '43 L.A., 44 Ocean St., Atlantic 
Campbell, Robert C, '44 B.A., 41 Marine Rd. 

South Boston 
Cane, Claude M., '45 B.A., Pine Hill Circle, Waltham 
Cangiano, Albert E., '45 L.A., 17 Fifth St., Medford 
Cann, Francis A., '43 B.A., 83 Winnepurkit Ave., Lynn 
Capone, Joseph, Jr., '43 Eng.. 380 Beech St., Roslindale 
Caputo, Paul A., Jr., '45 Eng., 62 Arborway, 

Jamaica Plain 
Caputo, Ralph A., '45 Eng., 21 Gladstone St., E. Boston 
Carangelo, John J., '44 Eng., 621 Quinipiac Ave., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Carangelo, Mario, '43 Eng., 2,104 Chapel St., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Carder, Jack S., '44 Eng., 64 Eliot Ave., West Newton 
Carito, William A., '43 Eng., 10 Harris St., Boston 
Carleton, Russell, '45 L.A., 3 West St., Stoneham 
Carlson, Alden B., '45 Eng., 126 Sherman St., Quincy 
Carlsen, Mervin L., '45 L.A., 5 Tucker St., Milton 
Carlson, Quinton, '43 Eng., 48 Seaver St., North Eastern 
Carmean, Rolfe L., '44 Eng., Mount Hermon, Mass. 
Caro, Joseph H., '43 L.A., 94 Nightingale St., Dorchester 
Carpenter, Edward P., '44 Eng., 23 Browning St., 

Weymouth 
Carpenter, Lawrence H., '43 B.A., 20 Hope St., 

Attleboro 
Carpenter, Richard H., '43 B.A., 44 Huttleston Ave., 

Fairhaven 
Carpenter, Vernon F., '43 Eng , Sandy Creek, N. Y. 
Carroll, Robert M., '44 B.A., 16 Park Rd., Belmont 
Carroll, William F., '44 B.A., 16 Park Rd., Belmont 
Carter, Carl R., '45 Eng., 43 Farnsworth St., Waltham 
Carvalho, Joseph, '45 Eng., 72 Oak St., Lexington 
Carvill, Richard E., '43 Eng., 15 Alaric St., W. Roxbury 
Cass, Walter J., '45 LA., 12i/ 2 Fowler St., Salem 
Cassarino, Sebastian J., '43 Eng., 84 Endicott St., Boston 
Center, William H., '44 Eng., Box 118, Ravena, N. Y. 
Chagnot. Henry F., '45 Eng., 6 Rockwell PI., Milton 
Chamberlain, Richard I., '43 Eng., 44 Field St., Boston 
Chapman, Donald A., '44 Eng., 24 Hazel St., Lowell 
Cheever, John A., '45 Eng., 464 Beacon St., Boston 
Chesley, Earle, Jr., '44 B.A., 108 Summer St., 

Auburn, Me. 
Chisholm, Alfred J., '44 L.A., 57 Garland St., Everett 
Chisholm, John, '44 Eng., 3 Bowden St., Marblehead 
Christie, George F., '45 B.A., 117 Greenacres Ave., 

White Plains, N .Y. 
Christopher, Clifford Z , '45 Eng., 49 Elizabeth Rd., 

Belmont 
Church, Herbert S., '43 Eng., 7 Nelson St., Natick 
Ciarcia, Joseph J., '45 Eng., 49 Harvard, Winchester 
Ciesielski, Leo F., '45 Eng., 355 High St., 

New Britain, Conn. 
Clancey, Colman D., '43 Eng., 94 Neal St., Portland, Me. 
Clark, Lawrence C, '43 L.A., 35 Ellis St., Brockton 
Clark, Robert W., Jr., '45 Eng., 202 Merrymount Rd.. 

Quincy 
Clarke, Cortlandt, '44 L.A., 12 Birch Hill Ave., 

Wakefield 
Clayton Richard G., '45 L.A., 2 Schuyler St., Roxbury 
Cleak, Woodworth, '45 Eng., 204 Pearl St., Cambridge 
Cleary, Paul G., '44 Eng., 59 Goodnough Rd.. Brookline 
Cleveland, John F., Jr., '44 Eng., 9 Ray St.. Beverly 
Clougherty, Charles T., '45 B.A., 15 Fermald Ter., 
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Cluff, Roy, '45 B.A., 197 Perkins St., Melrose 
Cobean, John F., 45 Popham Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Cochran, John, '45 Eng., 598 Adams St., Quincy 
Corkinos, Constantine G., 46 Homes Ave., Dorchester 
Cody, Thornton S., '45 B.A., 1,469 Beacon St., 

Brookline 
Cohen, Alvin, '45 L.A., 32 Charles St., Winthrop 
Cohen, Leon, '44 B.A., 46 Astoria St., Mattapan 
Cohen, Milton L., '45 Eng., Ill Atlantic Ave., Revere 
Cohen, Robert, '43 Eng., 112 Talbot Ave., Dorchester 
Cohen, Samuel H., '45 Eng., 100 Atlantic Ave., Revere 
Cohen, Sidney, '43 Eng., 112 Talbot Ave., Dorchester 
Cohen, Simon, '45 L.A., 23 Aborn PL, Lynn 
Cohen, William G., '45 L.A., 179 Walnut St., Chelsea 
Cohen, William J., '45 L.A., 42 Lancaster St., Quincy 
Colan, George H., '44 L.A., 397 Linwood Ave., 

Newtonville 
Colaneri, John D., '45 L.A., 34 Brook Rd., Sharon 
Colantonio, Ernest J., '43 L.A., 215 Adams St., Newton 
Cole, Harvey, '43 Eng., 37 Standish St., No. Weymouth 
Cole, R. Craig, '45 Eng., 32 Clark St., Worcester 
Collins, Charles J., '45 Eng., 460 Huron Ave., Cambridge 
Condon, John III, '44 L.A., Great Rd., Bedford 
Conlon, William M., '45 Eng., 18 Temple St., Whitman 
Conner, Richard S , '45 B.A., Hastings St., 

Framingham 
Connolly, Daniel J., '45 Eng., 100 Salem St., Lawrence 
Connolly, Joseph Francis, '45 L.A., 13 Arthur St., 

Winchester 
Connors, James F.. '45 Eng., 11 Berry St., Maiden 
Connors, Robert A., '45 LA., 618 Robeson St., 

Fall River 
Consolazio, George A., '43 L.A., 94 Berkshire St., 

Cambridge 
Conviser, Sanford R., '43 Eng., 447 Norfolk, Mattapan 
Conway, Thomas E., '45 Eng., 39 Woodbine Rd., 

Medford 
Conway, Thomas F., Jr., '45 L.A., 510 Hillside Ave., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Cook Charles H., Jr., '45 L.A., 37 Denver St., Saugus 
Cook, Ernest M., '44 Eng., 15 Albermarle Rd., Waltham 
Cooke, Reginald W., '45 L.A., 105 Jerome St., Medford 
Cookson, Albert E., '44 Eng., 20 Norfolk St., Needham 
Coole, Franklin S., '44 B.A., 8 Dalton Rd., Belmont 
Copithorne, Alton R., '44 Eng., 54 Garfield Ave., 

Chelsea 
Corcoran, Francis A., '43 B.A., 22 Greenough Ave., 

Jamaica Plain 
Coscia, Anthony. '44 B.A., 47 Cleveland St., Arlington 
Cosgrove, Patrick J., '45 Eng., 22 Courth St., Dedham 
Costa, George, '44 L.A., 20 Berkeley Rd., 

Nantasket Beach 
Costa, John J., '44 Eng.. 657 East 220 St., New York City 
Coughlan, James S., '45 Eng., 36 Amherst Rd., 

Wellesley 
Coughlan, Robert J., '45 Eng., 11 Upland Rd., Medford 
Cox, George H., '44 B.A., 2 Brook St., 

East Jaffrey, N. H. 
Cox, John W., '43 Eng., 105 Blossom St., Fitchburg 
Coyle, Walter A., '45 B A., 5 Lovell Rd.. Watertown 
Cristofori. Francis J., '45 B.A., Oakland St., 

Wellesley Hills 
Cristiano, Michael W., '45 B.A., 287 Blatchley Ave., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Cromwell, Edward K., '45 B.A., 106 South Main St., 

Middleboro 
Cummings, Edward M., '45 Eng., 624 East St., Ludlow 



Curley, Walter W., '45 B.A., 72 Hiawathia Rd., Boston 
Currier, Donald R., '45 Eng., 83 Hillcrest Ave., 

Brockton 
Curuby, Nicholas G., '44 L.A., 35 Blossom St., Lynn 
Cusack, John J., '44 Eng., 26 Corona St., Dorchester 
Cushman, Richard W., '43 L.A., 11 Chase Ave., 

Lexington 

Daborowski, Ignace J., '43 Eng., 49 Denton Cir., 

Springfield 
Dahlstrom, Harry W., '45 Eng., 18 Burgoyne St., 

Elmwood, Conn. 
Daley, Daniel M., Jr., '45 Eng., 229 Lawrence Rd., 

Medford 
Damon, Earl A., '45 B.A., 12l/ 2 Auburn St., 

Nashua. N. H. 
Damplo, Anthony J., '44 L.A., 33 Pine St., Medway 
Dane, Norman B., '43 B.A., 84 Londonderry Rd., 

Marblehead 
Daniels, Alexander B„ '45 B.A., 290 Harris Ave. 

Needham 
Dantowitz, Philip, '45 Eng., 1111 Blue Hill Ave., 

Dorchester 
Daston, Paul G., '45 L.A., 31 Chisholm Rd., Roslindale 
Datz, Maxwell W, '43 B.A., 955 Morton St., Mattapan 
Davenport, Edward B., '45 B.A., 69 Bowen St., 

Newton Centre 
Davidzick, Walter, '43 Eng., 126 Congress Ave., Chelsea 
Davies, Charles S., '44 L.A., 62 Main St., Stoneham 
Davin, Thomas E., '45 Eng., 91 St. Paul St., Brookline 
Davis, Arthur J., '45 Eng., 1119 Main St., Melrose 
Davis, Erwin W., '45 B.A., Bridgewater, Vt. 
Davis, William M., '43 B.A., 40 Federal St., Reading 
Dawley, J. Frank., '45 B.A., 365 Lebanon St , Melrose 
Dean, Walter C, '45 L.A., 115 Granite St., Rockport 
DeBery, Edward, '45 Eng., 173 Babcock St., Brookline 
DeChristopher, Frederic, '45 Eng., 695 Eastern Ave., 

Maiden 
Delano, Robert B., '45 L.A., 596 Gallivan Blvd., 

Dorchester 
DelGrosso, Chauncey, '43 B.A., 31 Elm St., Cohasset 
DeMeo, Michael B„ '45 B.A., 675 Saratoga St., 

East Boston 
Dench, Maurice T., '45 Eng., 49 Mt. Vernon St., 

Gloucester 
Dennis, Richard, '43 Eng., 58 Hillside Ave., Revere 
DePiano, A. William, '45 Eng., 38 Bennett St., Everett 
dePiccolellis, John P., 1600 Huntington Ave., Worcester 
DeSantis, Joseph, '43 Eng., 4 Bickford Rd., Maiden 
Desmond, Frederick J., '45 Eng., 27 Woodbury St., 

Beverly 
D'Eugenio, Tersino M., '44 Eng., 304 Langley Rd., 

Newton Centre 
DeVeuve, Ernest Arthur, '44 Eng., 77 Augustus Ave., 

Roslindale 
Dewey, George W., '43 B. A., R.F.D. No. 3, 

Winsted, Conn. 
Dewire, Francis M., '44 B.A., 10 Chenery Tr., Belmont 
Deyo, Fred, Jr., '45 Eng , 723 East Elizabeth St., 

Brownsville 
Diana, Vincent F., '45 Eng., 54 Chestnut St., 

Manchester, Conn. 
DiCicco, Valentino, '43 Eng., 93 Winthrop, Brockton 
Dicklow, James A., '43 Eng., 67 Lower Blvd., 

New London, Conn. 
diGiorgio, John A., Jr., '44 L.A., 116 Everett St., 

East Boston 



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Dignan, Joseph J., '45 L.A., 274 Fellsway West, Medford 
Dillon, Carl R., '44 B.A., 198 Hamilton St., Hartford 
Dillon, James H., '45 Eng., 10 Clark St., North Quincy 
Dillon, John J., '45 B.A., 139 Fremont Ave., Everett 
DiMaggio, Anthony J., '43 Eng., 8 Milton St., Arlington 
DiNardo, Albert, '45 Eng., 262 Maverick St., E. Boston 
Dinsmore, Paul E., '43 B.A., 78 Ash St., Waltham 
Diodati, John F., '45 Eng., 34 Bellevue Ave., 

Haverhill 
DiPietro, Paul A., '43 Eng., 59 Broadway, Somerville 
Disciullo, Eugene, '45 Eng., 17 Middlesex St., Boston 
Divoll, Richard L., '43 Eng., Darton St., Concord 
Dizer, John T., '44 Eng., 24 School St., 

Bellows Falls, Vt. 
Doe, Warren A., '44 B.A., 398 High St., Dedham 
Doherty, Francis C, '44 Eng., 31 Weld Hill, Forest Hills 
Doherty, William J., '45 Eng., 81 Pinkert St., Medford 
Donaldson, Russell E., '44 Eng., 47 Crescent St., 

Cambridge 
Donohue, Thomas J., '44 B. A., 13 Pearl St., 

Manchester, Conn. 
Donovan, James R., '44 L. A., 33 Day St., Norwood 
Dooley, Richard A., Jr., '45 B.A., 36 Worcester St., 

Grafton 
Doonan, Robert A., '45 Eng., 777 Boylston St., 

Brookline 
Dormandy, Roger B., '45 Eng., 867 Third Ave., 

Troy, N. Y. 
Douglas, Richard H, '45 B.A., 7 Lamartine PL, 

Jamaica Plain 
Douglas, Ronald, '45 Eng., 9 Grove St., Maiden 
DouviRe, James J., '45 Eng., 800 Worcester St., 

Wellesley 
Dow, Ralph R., '44 B.A., 574 Lexington St., Waltham 
Dowcett, Frank E., '44 L.A., 1015 Washington St., 

Newtonville 
Dowd, James W., '43 Eng., 97 School St.. Taunton 
Doyle, Robert, '44 Eng., 745 E. Parkway South, 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Draper, George W., '45 L.A., 69 Rindge Ave., 

Cambridge 
Dreifuss, Walter, '45 L.A., 470 Warren St., Roxbury 
Drenker, John W., '45 Eng., Highland Rd., 

Thornwood, N. Y. 
Drew, Robert G„ '44 L.A., 41 Bromfield St., 

Newburyport 
Duffy, Thomas H., Jr., '44 Eng., 123 Lindsey St., 

Fall River 
Duke, Lewis H, '45 B.A., 15 Forest Ave., Salem 
Duling, Arthur F., '44 Eng., 106 Phillips St., Fitchburg 
Dumanian, John, '45 Eng., 86 Sagamore, Lynn 
Dumas, Leland, '43 B.A., 127 Playstead Rd., Medford 
Dunphy, John V., '44 Eng., 51 Maxfield St., W. Roxbury 
Durakis, Manuel A., '45 Eng., 27 Pearl Tr., Cambridge 
Durgin, Bernard L., '43 B.A., 813 Main St., Haverhill 
Durham, Russell P., '45 Eng., 40 Flint St., Somerville 
Durup, Paul C, '43 Eng., 11 Newfield St., Wollaston 
Dutting, John B., '44 Eng., 402 Main St., 

Portland, Conn. 

Eames, William G., '44 Eng., 27 Belmont, Somerville 
Earle, Ernest L., Jr., 99 Hillside Rd., Watertown 
Eastman, Frederic B., '45 Eng., 73 Madison Ave., 

Newtonville 
Eaton, Carleton G., '45 Eng., 23 Chesterbrook Rd., 

Waltham 
Eaton, Edward R., '44 Eng., 34 Orange St., Springfield 



Eberhardt, George W., 237 Cottage St., Pawtucket, R. I. 
Edlund, Leonard A., Jr., '45 Eng., 50 North Leyden St., 

Brockton 
Edwards, George A., '45 B.A., 119 Grove St., 

Briston, Conn. 
Edwards, Stanley A., '44 Eng., 32 Manchester Tr., 

Springfield 
Egles, Douglas R., '44 Eng., Plymouth St., Holbrook 
Eisenhart, Oliver T, '45 B.A., 402 Westlake St., 

Horseheads, N. Y. 
Elbling, Irving Nelson, '44 L.A., 107 Palm St., 

Nashua, N. H. 
Ellion, M. Edmund, '45 Eng., 50 Sea Foam Ave., 

Winthrop 
Ellison, Donald L., '43 L.A., 7 Crafts St., Waltham 
Elliott, Robert H., '44 Eng., 34 Foster St., Arlington 
Emerson, Donald B., '44 B.A., 94 Beacon St., 

Hyde Park 
Engle, George I., '44 Eng., 133 Arnold Rd., 

Newton Centre 
Erickson, Leonard, '44 B.A., 2 Bellevue Ave., Waltham 
Ericson, Harry L., '43 Eng., "Eaglehead," Manchester 
Erwin, Donald W., '45 Eng., 711 East St., Dedham 
Esterman, Benjamin, '45 Eng., 12 Kerwin St., 

Dorchester 
Evans, Franklin, '45 B.A., 10 Woodside Rd., Winchester 



Fabio, Faliero A., '45 Eng., 4 Oakview Ave., Roxbury 
Falcao, Jose M., '45 Eng., 386 Commonwealth Ave., 

Boston 
Fanger. Sumner S., '45 L.A., 43 Claymoss Rd., Boston 
Farmer, Earle C, '45 L.A., 431 West Fourth St., 

South Boston 
Farnan, James T, '44 B.A., 19 Elm St., Lynn 
Farrar, Welton G., '45 L.A., 92 Gardner St., Groveland 
Farrell, J. Henry, '44 B. A., 37 Charlotte Rd., 

Newton Centre 
Farrell, Vincent B., '44 Eng., 268 Gallivan Blvd., 

Dorchester 
Fay, Donald H., '45 B.A., 6 Pinewood Rd., Needham 
Fay, George B., '44 Eng., 14-A Whittier St., 

Dover, N. H. 
Fay, John J., Jr., '45 B.A., 56 College Ave., Medford 
Feener, Donald, '44 Eng., 330 Ocean St., Beverly 
Feeney, Thomas J., '44 B.A., 15 North St., 

Newton Centre 
Feinberg, Albert J., '44 L.A., 145 Babcock St., 

Brookline 
Feinberg, Julius, '44 Eng., Kerhonkson, N. Y. 
Feinstein, Franklin, '45 L.A., 35 Tudor St., Lynn 
Ferguson, John W., '43 Eng., 20 Harriet Ave., Belmont 
Fernberg, Robert B., '44 B.A , 40 Wentworth St., Boston 
Ferraro, Joseph L., '44 Eng., 71 Elmwood St., Revere 
Fiantaca, Joseph S., '44 Eng., 186 Cottage St., E. Boston 
Ficiechy, Joseph, '45 Eng., 70 Arlington St., Hyde Park 
Field, Edgar R., '45 L.A., 25 Main St., Boston 
Filkins, Elmer S., '44 B.A., 141 Hartford Tr., 

Springfield 
Fine, Saul A., '45 Eng., 20 Chatham Rd., Everett 
Finkelstein, Martin B., '45 L.A., 61 Walnut Pk., Boston 
Fiore, Anthony, '43 B.A., 51 Cherry St., Somerville 
Fiore, Dominic, '45 Eng., 147 Dana Ave., Hyde Park 
Fischer, Robert B., Lowell St., West Peabody 
Fisher, A. Orman, '45 Eng., 34 Oakview Tr., 

Jamaica Plain 
Fisher, Benjamin, '45 Eng., 27 Garland St., Chelsea 



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Fisher, Bernard, '45 B.A., 79 Woodchester Dr., 

Newton 
Fitzpatrick, John F., '43 Eng., 39 Mechanic St., Foxboro 
Flaherty, John B., '45 Eng., 47 Fulton St., Medford 
Flamand, Joseph J. C, '45 B.A., 173 Davis Ave., 

Brookline 
Fletcher, Stanley, '44 Eng., 256 Kenduskeag Ave., 

Bangor, Me. 
Flitner, Francis P., '45 Eng., Greenville, N. H. 
Flynn, Daniel J., Jr., '44 Eng., 22 Elm Sq., Wakefield 
Flynn, Robert H., '45 B.A., 21 Clayton St., Maiden 
Forcellati, Guy J., '44 B.A., 81 N. Margin St., Boston 
Ford, Richard J., '43 Eng., 63 Washington Ave., 

Waltham 
Forzley, Mitchell B., '45 B. A., 88 Locust Ave., 

Foss, Donald G., '44 B.A., 19 Fowell Ave., 

Nashua, N. H. 
Foster, C. Gale, '43 B.A., 497 Huntington Ave., Boston 
Foster, William A., '45 L.A., Old Connecticut Path, 

Framingham 
Foulkes, Donald K., '45 Eng., 3 Evans Rd., Peabody 
Frager, Albert, '44 B.A., 35 Washington St., Dorchester 
Francis, Thomas E., '43 Eng., 400 West Main St., 

North Adams 
Frangiamone, Gioacchino, '45 Eng., 15 Charter St., 

Boston 
Freeman, Donald H., '44 L.A., 19 Harding Ave., 

Belmont 
Freeman, Melvin I., '45 L.A., 88 Waumbeck St., 

Roxbury 
Freije, Albert, '45 B.A., 110 Community Rd., 

Bay Shore, N. Y. 
Freundlich, Arthur L., '45 L.A., 12 Prospect Ave., 

Winthrop 
Friary, William F., '45 L.A., 1 Dunn Ct., Boston 
Friedman, Bernard L., '45 Eng., 70 Nottinghill Rd., 

Brighton 
Friedman, Stanley, '44 L.A., 24 Wellington Ave., 

Haverhill 
Friswell, Frederick H., '45 Eng., 18 Willow St., 

Mystic, Conn. 
Frutkoff. Carl M., '44 Eng., 162 Glenway St., Dorchester 
Furbush, Wesley J., '45 B.A., 77 Davis Ave. W. Newton 
Furrer, Jack F., '44 Eng., 55 East Hudson St., 

Long Beach, N. Y. 

Gadsby, Paul, '45 B.A., 161 Woodlawn St., Fall River 
Gallagher, James G., '45 Eng., 33 Connell St., Quincy 
Gallo, Patrick, '43 Eng., 226 Sea St., Quincy 
Galuffo, Peter, '45 B.A., 43 Harvard St., Winchester 
Gantman, Sidney D., '43 Eng., 117 Howland St., 

Roxbury 
Gardner, David W., '45 B.A., 391 School St., Belmont 
Gardner, Francis W., '43 B.A., 44 Harrison St., 

Brookline 
Gardner, Robert E., '43 B.A., 49 Myrtle Tr., Winchester 
Gates, Charles E., '43 L.A., 12 Alma Ave., Belmont 
Gates, Harold W., '44 Eng., 14 Esty St., Ashland 
Gates, James A., Jr., '45 B.A., 30 Braman St., Danvers 
Gatto, Nicholas F., '45 L.A., 31 Firth Rd., Roslindale 
Gavin, Malcolm R., '45 Eng., 5 Paul Revere Rd., 

Arlington 
Gavitt, Harold I., '44 Eng., 47 Hatfield St., Pawtucket 
Geffen, Milton J., '44 Eng., 94 Hutchings St., Roxbury 
Geiger, Wallace A., '45 Eng., Tarbell St., Pepperell 
George, Michael F., '45 Eng., 31 Wall St., Worcester 



George, Ralph E., '43 Eng., 231 Park St., Medford 
Gerade, Robert G., Jr., '45 Eng., 6 Pitman Ave., 

Greenwood 
Gerden, Carl A., '45 Eng., 6 Whitney St., Westboro 
Gerni, Carlton W., '45 B.A., 1420 Albany St., 

Schenectady, N. Y. 
Gerry, Joseph H, '44 B.A., 22 French St., S. Braintree 
Gershengon, Irving H, '45 B.A., 90 Rosseter St., 

Dorchester 
Gertel, Maurice G., '45 Eng., 46 Favre St., Mattapan 
Getchell, Robert E., '43 Eng., 270 Lafayette St., 

Randolph 
Getchell, Walter A., Jr., '43 Eng., 270 Lafayette St., 

Randolph 
Ghenes, John, '45 L. A., Ashburnham Hill Rd., 

Fitchburg 
Gibbons, Edward C, '44 B.A., 16 Hall Ave., Watertown 
Gibson, Donald M. '45 B.A., 331 Main St., Wareham 
Gidez, Melvin D., '44 Eng., 138 Federal St., Greenfield 
Gieschi, Thomas, '44 Eng., 29 Spring St., Springfield 
Gilbert, George B., '45 B.A., Martin St., South Acton 
Gilberti, Michael J., '45 B.A., 534 Washington St., 

Winchester 
Gillette, Edward S., '44 Eng., R.F.D. No. 1, North Park 

Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Gillis, Alfred J., '45 Eng., 14 Pleasant St., Ipswich 
Gilman, Richard A., '45 Eng., 59 Congreve St., 

Roslindale 
Gingras, Vernon E., '44 B.A., 645 Canton Ave., Milton 
Giroux, Paul A., '45 L.A., 78 Melville, Fall River 
Glasker, Louis, '43 B.A., 22 James St., Brookline 
Gleason, Walter P., '43 B.A., 26 Lawson Rd., 

Winchester 
Glueck, Albert G., '44 Eng., 75 Day St., Jamaica Plain 
Goettman, Andrew T., '45 Eng., Box 61, 

Bloomingburg, N. Y. 
Gogan, Thomas F., '43 L.A., 4 Regent Pc, Lynn 
Golas, Frank P., '45 B.A., 1 Belchertown Rd., Boston 
Goldberg, Leon, '45 L.A., 85 Floyd St., Dorchester 
Goldman, Martin M., '45 L.A., 81 Irving St., 

Framingham 
Goode, John J., '45 Eng., 5 Arborway Ct., Boston 
Goodman, Philip D., '43 Eng., 4 Howland St., Roxbury 
Goodwin, Richard S., '45 L.A., 27 Hawthorne Ave., 

Arlington 
Gordon, Martin H., '44 L. A., 571 Norfolk St., Mattapan 
Gorrill, William R., 44 Eng., State St., South Hanover 
Gould, Gordon M., '45 Eng., 89 High St., 

Farmington, Me. 
Gould, Harland Sturgis, '45 Eng., 30 Park St., Wakefield 
Graham, J. Stewart, '44 Eng., 16 Auburn St., Woburn 
Grant, Charles R., '45 Eng., 1654 Massachusetts Ave., 

Cambridge 
Grant, John J., Jr., '45 B.A., 29 Willard St., Maiden 
Graves, Bradford, '44 Eng., R.F.D., East Pepperell 
Graves, Lawrence P., '44 Eng., 52 Circuit Pk., Melrose 
Gray, Ralph Mahlon, '45 Eng., 1 South St., Farmington 
Green, Leonard, '45 Eng., 1352 Dorchester Ave., 

Dorchester 
Green, Milton, '43 Eng., 1352 Dorchester Ave., 

Dorchester 
Greene, Herbert L., '43 Eng., 24 Crescent Ave., Bedford 
Greene, Merrill H, '44 B.A., 54 Olney St., Boston 
Greenleaf, Kenneth R., '45, South St., Foxboro 
Greenquist, Robert E., '45 Eng., 97 Vernal St., Everett 
Greenwood, Richard W., '44 Eng., 9 Vogel St., 

West Roxbury 



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Grella, John W., '44 B.A., 206 Magnolia St., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Grey, Richard A., '44 B.A., 31 Upland Rd., Quincy 
Griffin, Charles J., '45 Eng., Boston Rd., Pinehurst 
Gross, Robert, '44 Eng., 19 Townsend St., Roxbury 
Grosser, Daniel L., '45 Eng., 27 Phillips St., Boston 
Grossman, Morton B., '45 Eng., 14 Hildreth St., 

Dorchester 
Grover, Frederick R., '43 Eng., 1 Broadway Ave., 

Rockport 
Gubellini, Carl E., '44 B.A., 373 Boston Ave., Medford 
Guertler, John M., '44 Eng., 60 Moseley St., Dorchester 
Guilford, Irving M., '45 B.A., West Main St., 

West Cheshire, Conn. 
Gunderson, Charles R., '45 Eng., 36 Marshall St., 

Winthrop 
Gustafson, Philip E., '45 L.A., 774 Belmont St., 

Watertown 
Gustafson, William N., '45 Eng., 14 Grampian Way, 

Boston 
Guttel, Herbert, '45 Eng., 141 Chelsea St., E. Boston 
Guy, Robert D., '45 B.A., 240 Parkway, Chelsea 
Hackett, Warren H., '44 Eng., 5 Kilmer Ave., Taunton 
Gaddad, Sheffield G., '45 Eng., 14 Bobalink St., 

West Roxbury 

Haefele, Carl W., Jr., '45 Eng., 20 East High St., Avon 
Haggis, Theophilos G., '44 Eng., 34 Junior St., 

New Bedford 
Haire, Emory T., '44 Eng., Rush, Penn. 
Hakanson, Richard A., '44 B.A., 44 Lincoln St., 

Winchester 
Hale, Robert F., '45 Eng., 9 Kidder Ave., 

West Somerville 
Haley, Edgar W., '45 Eng., Montserrat Rd , Beverly 
Hall, Albert B., '43 Eng., 45 Oat Grove Ave., 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
Hall, Henry S., '45 Eng., 94 Harvard Ave., Brookline 
Hall, Robert T., '45 Eng., Pleasant St., Freeport, Me. 
Hall, Wellington J., '44 B.A., 750-A Huntington Ave., 

Boston 
Hallett, Allan H., '43 Eng., 281 Glen Rd., 

Wellesley Farms 
Hamilton, Bernard L., '44 Eng., Main St., E. Pepperell 
Hamilton, Charles B., '43 Eng., 45 Harding Ave., 

Belmont 
Hampton, William R., '43 B.A., 7 Sapphire Rd., Saugus 
Handy, Douglas C, '43 Eng., Box 54, 

North Springfield, Vt. 
Hankard, Francis R., '45 L.A., 11 Sunset St., Roxbury 
Hankinson, George William, '43 Eng., 148 Hemenway 

St., Boston 
Hannula, Fred W., '45 Eng., 310 Main St., Walpole 
Hansis, Donald R., '43 B.A., 10 Lehigh St., Arlington 
Harlow, Theodore F., '44 Eng., 140 Beltran St., Maiden 
Haron, Carl I., '43 Eng., 51 Florence Rd., Waltham 
Harrington, Francis E., '44 Eng., 47 Emeline St., 

Randolph 
Harris, Frank J., '44 B.A., 9 Anoka Pc, Lynn 
Harris, Maceo, '45 Eng., 71 Windsor St., Boston 
Harris, Roger W., '44 B.A., 185 Highland Ave., 

Newtonville 
Hart, John E., '43 L.A., 31 Allen St., Bradford 
Hartford, Walter W., '44 Eng., 40 Clarendon St., 

Newtonville 
Harwood, Alan, '44 Eng , 104 Overlook Rd., Arlington 
Harvie, Ernest A., '43 B.A., 9 Leland St., Grafton 



Haskell, Richard F., '44 Eng., 39 Pearson Rd., 

Somerville 
Hastings, John W., '45 Eng., Bradford, Vt. 
Hatch, Richard M., Jr., '43 Eng., 40 Carver Rd., 

East Watertown 
Hawes, George H., Jr., '43 Eng., 15 Fells Ave. Tr., 

Medford 
Hawkes, Horace P., '45 Eng., 16 Church St., Wakefield 
Hayes, Arnold T., '45 L.A., 19 Regina Rd., Dorchester 
Hayes, Bernard, '45 Eng., 205 Sycamore St., 

New Bedford 
Hayes, John J., '45 Eng., 14 Crowley Ave., Dedham 
Haynes, Paul D., '43 Eng., 33 Delano Ave., Quincy 
Hazelwood, Earle C, '45 Eng., 100 Windsor Rd., 

Medford 
Heaney, John F., '43 Eng., 31 Chase Ave., Lexington 
Heanue, John P., '44 B. A., 177 Belmont, Belmont 
Heaps, John F., '44 L. A., 221 Lexington Ave., Everett 
Hearsey, Walter, '44 Eng., 226 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Hebard, James C, '43 Eng., 54 Woodrow Ave., Medford 
Heeder, Calvin O., '45 B.A., 72 Scott Ave., 

Castleton, N. Y. 
Heffernan, Philip T., '45 B.A., 60 Fairbanks St., 

Brighton 
Heffernan, Richard P., '44 Eng., 36 Arbella St., Salem 
Heggie, Herbert C, '45 B.A., 104 Stetson Ave., 

Swampscott 
Hendricks, John G., '43 Eng., 151 East High St., Avon 
Henn, Albert William, '45 Eng., 164 Kirkstall Rd., 

Newtonville 
Hennessey, Charles, '43 Eng., 13 Winnipesaukee, 

Franklin, N. H. 
Henry, Thomas, Jr., '45 B.A., 84 Eleanor St., Chelsea 
Henshaw, John A. H., '45 Eng., 113 Trefton Dr., 

East Braintree 
Herbert, James S., '44 Eng., 311 North Main St., 

Milltown, N. J. 
Hergstrom, Robert P., '43 B.A., 1073 Corbin Ave., 

New Britain, Conn. 
Hershman, Herbert J., '44 Eng., 6 Vesta Rd., 

Dorchester 
Heywood, Hervey W., Jr., '45 Eng., 72 Waltham St., 

Lexington 
Higgs, Lawrence L., '43 Eng., 25 Quincy Ave., Quincy 
Hill, Howard T., '43 B.A., 22 Fairfield St., Brockton 
Hill, Howland B., '43 Eng., 1269 Main St., Leominster 
Hills, John T., '45 Eng., Middleton Rd., Boxford 
Hilton, Harry M., '44 L.A., 30 Canterbury Rd., 

Newton Highlands 
Hirtle, Russell C, '44 Eng , 130 Granger St., Wollaston 
Hiza, John M., '45 Eng., 44 Sherman St., Fairfield, Conn. 
Hodge, Burton A., '44 B.A., 1025 Castleton Ave., 

Staten Island, N. Y. 
Hodge, Thomas P., '45 B.A., 115 Monroe St., Dedham 
Hodgkins, George L., '43 B.A., 187 Lowell St., Reading 
Hodgson, George T., Jr., '45 Eng., 52 Harris St., Revere 
Hoffman, Michael J., '43 Eng., 1427 Commonwealth 

Ave., Brighton 
Hogan, Robert E., '43 B.A., 27 Elmwood Ave., 

Haverhill 
Hogan, Wilbur J., '43 Eng., 1173 Liberty St., Springfield 
Hogarty, John J., '45 L.A., 15 Orchard St., Boston 
Holden, Bruce, '44 Eng., 60 Trapelo Rd., Belmont 
Holder, Gordon P., '44 L.A., 123 Front St., Weymouth 
Holdstock, Norman G., '45 L.A., 55 Westglow, 
Dorchester 



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Holland, Robert, '44 B.A., 118 Newton St., 

Meriden, Conn. 
Holm, John W., '43 Eng., 76 Everdean St., Dorchester 
Holt, John F., '45 Eng., 80 Hillside Ave., Berlin, N. H. 
Hopkins, Irving R., '45 B.A., 197 Lincoln Ave., 

New London, Conn. 
Hopkins, Paul M., '43 Eng., 18 First St., Melrose 
Horenstein, Leon R., '43 L.A., 566 Beach St., Revere 
Home, Robert D., '44 Eng., 68 Hillsdale Rd., Arlington 
Horwitz, Richard M., '45 Eng., 21 Strathmore Rd., 

Brookline 
Hough, Howard 0., Jr., '45 Eng., R.F.D. No. 5, 

Portland, Me. 
Houston, Edwin E., Jr., '44 Eng., 25 Hilldale Rd., 

South Weymouth 
Howard, Norman F., '45 Eng., 16 Iona Tr., Lynn 
Howard, William M., '43 Eng., Clinton St., 

Clark Mills, N. Y. 
Howland, Louis, '44 L.A., 10 Central St., S. Braintree 
Hubbard, Eugene C, '45 Eng., Jones Hill Rd., 

West Haven, Conn. 
Huckins, Robert N., '45 L.A., 139 Trapelo Rd., Belmont 
Hudson, Charles H., '44 B.A., 176 Waltham St., 

West Newton 
Hudson, Donald W., '44 Eng., 9 School St., Quincy 
Huey, Ralph A., '44 Eng., 220 Holden St., Worcester 
Hughes, Stuart, '44 L.A., 21 Kemper St., Wollaston 
Hultgren, Theodore, '45 B.A., 80 Woodside Rd., 

Winchester 
Hultgren, William C, '43 L.A., 80 Woodside Rd., 

Winchester 
Hunt, Harry C, '44 Eng., 28 Hale St., Leominster 
Hunt, Wilson L., '44 L.A., 3 Harold Pk., Boston 
Hunter, Hannibal R., '44 B.A., 18 Linnet St., 

West Roxbury 
Hurley, John E„ '44 Eng., 7 Madison Ave., Wakefield 
Hurley, Walter E., '45 B.A., 1120 Walnut St., 

Newton Highlands 
Hurley, Warren A., '43 Eng., 78 Knoll St., Roslindale 
Huse, George O., '44 Eng., 131 Vernon St., Newton 
Hutehins, Lyman M., '43 B.A., 14 Angin Cir., 

Auburn dale 
Hutchinson, William T., '44 B.A., 6 Hutchinson St., 

Boston 

Igidbashian, Astor P., '44 Eng., 211 Elm St., Cambridge 
Imber, Stanley D., '45 L.A., 11 Herbert St., Lynn 
Imrie, Walter C, '45 B.A., 314 Otis St., West Newton 
Ippoliti, Renzo A., '45 Eng., 139 Monroe St., Norwood 
Ireland, John W., '44 Eng., 36 Newhall St., Lynn 
Irgon, Joseph, '43 Eng., 65 Phillips, Boston 
Irving, William M., '44 Eng., 1 Greenwood Ave., 

Needham 
Iwanowicz, Henry J., '45 B.A., 113 Lincoln Ave., Saugus 

Jackson, Frederick B., '44 Eng., 129 Rome St., 

Auburndale 
Jacobs, David, '45 Eng., 110 Rosseter St., Dorchester 
Jacobson, Alden H., '45 Eng., 283 Beverly Rd., 

Worcester 
Jacobson, Alvan B., '45 B.A., 131 Mason Tr., Brookline 
James, John A., '43 B.A., 10 Garden St., N. Anderson 
Jameson, Richard S., '44 Eng., 1112 Broadway, 

Somerville 
Jansonis, Bronis J., '44 Eng., 1836 Columbia Rd., 

South Boston 
Jarnis, John G., '43 Eng., 29 Warren Ave.. Waltham 



Jarzylo, Alphonse V., '44 Eng., 36 Cottage St., Lynn 
Jaycock, C. Glen Jr., '43 Eng., 569 Franklin St., 

Melrose Highlands 
Jefferson, James F, '43 Eng., 47 Bay State Rd., Belmont 
Jenkins, Carl F., '44 Eng., 74 Beal Rd., Waltham 
Jenkins, James H., '45 Eng., 136 Hawthorn Rd., 

Braintree 
Jenks, Peter E., '43 Eng., 66 Channing St., Wollaston 
Jennings, Edward W., '43 B.A., 15 Azel Rd., Woburn 
Jensen, Edward O., Jr., '44 B.A., 377 Talbot Ave., 

Dorchester 
Jensen, Harold C, '45 Eng., 179 Hammond St., 

Waltham 
Jerauld, Gordon, '44 Eng., Hyannis Rd., Barnstable 
Jerzyk, Julian M., Jr., '45 Eng., 135 Derby St., Salem 
Jewell, Ralph Leigh, Jr., '45 Eng., 380 Newbury St., 

Boston 
Jodrey, H. Lawrence, Jr., '45 L.A., 7 Granite St., 

Rockport 
Johnson, Carl G., '43 Eng., 152 Mary St., Arlington 
Johnson, C. Edwin, '45 Eng., 1 Arbutus Rd., 

Swampscott 
Johnson, Herbert M., '45 Eng., 13 Dwight St., 

Ansonia, Conn. 
Johnson, Howard F., '43 Eng., Second Street, 

North Grafton 
Jones, Stanley E., '44 B.A., 92 Grove St., Ilian, N. Y. 
Jordan, Merrill E., '45 L.A., 9 Colonial Rd., 

North Weymouth 
Jordan, Thomas J., '45 L.A., 54 Armandene St., 

Dorchester 
Joslin, Robert P., '44 Eng., 33 Westminster Ave., 

Arlington 
Joyce, Richard S., '44 B.A., 3 Chase Rd., Stoneham 

Kahn, Ralph D., '45 L.A., 39 Brookview St., Dorchester 
Kalin, Robert, '45 L.A., 209 Belmont St., Everett 
Kalman, Albert L., 73 Crawford St., Roxbury 
Kanter, Manuel A., '45 Eng , 24 Marlborough St., 

Chelsea 
Kariotis, George S., '45 Eng., 10 Parker Hill Ave , 

Roxbury 
Karolkewicz, Henry V., '45 B.A., 7 Richland St., 

Worcester 
Kasambalis, William, '44 Eng., 285 Dudley St., Boston 
Kasparian, Harry, '45 Eng., 135 Broadway, Haverhill 
Katz, George, '45 Eng., 29 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea 
Kaufman, Harvey H., '44 Eng., 121 Hutchings St., 

Boston 
Kaye, Ralph E., Jr., '45 Eng., 67 Lincoln Ave., 

Wollaston 
Kearney, Gerald B., '45 B.A., 19 Aldrich St., Roslindale 
Keating, Lester W., '45 Eng., 35 Warwick Rd., 

West Newton 
Keck, William J., '45 Eng., 9 Lexington Ave., 

Hyde Park 
Kee, George, '45 Eng., 56 Tyler St.. Boston 
Kelle, Wilder E., Jr., '44 Eng., 133 Rockland St., Canton 
Kelley, John J., '45 Eng., 240 Jamaicaway, Boston 
Kelley, John T., '45 L.A., 16 Wheeler Ave., Medford 
Kelso, James, Jr., '45 Eng., 84 Cleveland St., Arlington 
Kelvin, William, '45 Eng., 81 Trapelo Rd., Belmont 
Kennedy, Edmond I., '43 Eng., 9 Locust Ave., Lexington 
Kennedy, Richard H., '43 L.A., 28 River Rd., Weston 
Kenny, Sumner G., '45 Eng., 99 Frederick Ave., 

Medford 
Kerr, John H., Jr., '44 Eng., 69 Howard St., Brockton 



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Kerr, John J., '43 Eng., 1624 Tremont St., Roxbury 
Kezer, Charles F., '45 B.A., 12 Ingleside Ave., Maiden 
Khederian, Oscar, '44 B.A., 121 Nichols Ave., 

Watertown 
Khoury, Esa M., '43 Eng., 135 Hudson St., Boston 
KiUam, Paul D., '43 Eng., 19 West Ave., Salem 
Kinder, Arthur R., Jr., '45 B.A., 26 Josephine Ave., 

Somerville 
King, Calvin A., '44 Eng., 25 Winthrop St., W. Medway 
King, David R., '45 Eng., 15 Frederick Ave., Methuen 
King, Norman B., '45 Eng., 33 Bromfield St., Wollaston 
Kingsbury, Henry A., '44 Eng., 1 Curve St., Medfield 
Kinsler, Frederick C, '44 L.A., Massachusetts Ave., 

Lincoln 
Kirby, Donald B., '44 Eng., Highland Ave., Dedliam 
Kleczek, Walter S., '44 Eng., 16 Althea St., Boston 
Klickstein, Herbert S., '43 Eng., 651 Morton, Dorchester 
Knaut, Paul A., Jr., '45 L.A., 188 Whitwell St., Quincy 
Knopp, Arthur M., '45 Eng., 128 Elm St., N. Cambridge 
Knowles, Charles A., '44 L.A., 19 Munroe St., Roxbury 
Knowles, William J., '44 Eng., 32 Allison St., 

Concord, N. H. 
Knowlton, Moses, Jr., '44 Eng., 17 Whitney Ave., 

Beverly 
Knowlton, Robert J., '45 Eng., 11 Roxbury Ave., Natick 
Kodis, Robert D., '44 L.A., 96 Lawrence Ave., Roxbury 
Kopsioftis, Nicholas, '45 Eng., 3 West St., Fitchburg 
Kordalski, John, '43 Eng., 8 Beacon St., Salem 
Kostas, George, '43 Eng., 183 Primrose, Haverhill 
Kostick, Edward A., '45 B.A., 37 Supple Rd., Dorchester 
Kovar, Edward H., '45 Eng., 8 Waconah Rd., Worcester 
Kozacka, Frederick J., '44 Eng., 81 Cedar St., 

Amesbury 
Krajewski, Thaddeus J., '45 Eng., 32 Bullard St., Boston 
Kramer, Sherman M., '45 Eng., 11 Memorial Park Ave., 

Lynn 
Krasnor, Leo, '44 Eng., 81 Walnut Pk., Roxbury 
Kress, Harold W., '43 Eng., 139 Tyler St., Methuen 
Krinoples, George T„ '45 Eng., 22 Taylor St., Waltham 
Kronfelt, Walter J., '44 B.A., 215 Mountain Ave., 

Arlington 
Kuehn, Bobert N., '45 Eng., 436 Mammoth Rd., 

Manchester 
Kurlan, Harold Z., '45 B.A., 47 Chavenson St., 

Fall River 
Kusavicius, Algerd P., '44 Eng., 6 Brewster St., 

South Boston 

Labes, Irving J., '45 B.A., 195 Woburn St., Lexington 
Lacerda, Donald J., '43 Eng., 165 East Cottage St., 

Dorchester 
Lafond, Gerard L., '45 Eng., 83 Brightoman St., 

Fall River 
Lally, John C, '45 B.A., 26 Worthington St., Dedham 
Lamb, Edward R., '45 Eng., Hartford, Vt. 
Landy, Morris, '44 L.A., 5 Frederick Tr., Roxbury 
Lane, Arthur B., '45 Eng., 46 Lincoln St., Hingham 
Lane, John D., '43 Eng., 176 Chiswick Rd., Brighton 
Lane, Norman R., '43 Eng., 83 Halsey St., 

Southampton, N. Y. 
Lang, Robert E., '45 B.A., 8 Oakland St., Natick 
Lannary, Jack, '43 Eng., 22 Stoneleigh Cir., Watertown 
LaScala, Frank A., '45 Eng., 1305 Leeds St., Utica, N. Y. 
Lasker, Yale, '45 B.A., 323 Tappan St., Brookline 
Lasovick, Daniel, '43 Eng., 41 Stanwood St., Roxbury 
Larkin, Oscar L., '43 Eng., 75 Aldie St., Allston 
Laughey, Albert, '44 B.A., 4 Union St., Methuen 



Lavender, John R., '43 Eng., 45 East Foster St., Melrose 
Lavin, Joseph W., '44 Eng., 21 Dunlap St., Dorchester 
Law, Edmund, '45 Eng., 425 Dodge Ave., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Lawler, Joseph C, '44 Eng., 89 Empire St., Lynn 
Lazarus, Murray, '45 Eng., 315 Rice Ave., Revere 
Leach, George A., Jr., '45 B.A., 9 Grafton St., Wakefield 
Leaf, J. Walter, '45 Eng., 866 Gay St., Westwood 
Leahy, Joseph, '44 Eng., 27 Bradford, Quincy 
Leary, Paul A., '44 Eng., 374 School St., Belmont 
Lee, Kenneth W., '45 B.A., 186 Woodward St., 

Newton Highlands 
LeGrand, Vernon R., '43 Eng., 361 Alewife Bk., Pky., 

West Somerville 
Lentell, William P., '45 Eng., 18 Bamum St., Taunton 
Leonard, Robert E., '44 Eng., Church St., Raynham 
Lepore, Ralph, Jr., '44 Eng., 19 Randolph St., 

North Abington 
Lerner, Leonard I., '45 L.A., 113 Crawford St., Roxbury 
Leto, Leonard, '44 Eng., 371 Lexington Ave,, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Levine, Joseph, '44 L.A., 9 Park Vale Ave., Allston 
Levine, Sumner Milton, '44 L.A., 7 Schuyler St., 

Roxbury 
Levinson, Melvin A., '43 Eng., 77 Westminster Ave., 

Roxbury 
Levy, Alan, 43 Eng., 120 Shore Dr., Winthrop 
Levy, Milton, '43 Eng., 92 Mercer St., Jersey City, N. J. 
Lewis, Herbert J., '45 Eng., 803 Watertown St., Newton 
Lickteig, John H, '43 Eng., 8 Colonial PL, 

West Hartford, Conn. 
Lindgren, Corey G., '44 Eng., 6 Baker St., Saugus 
Linnane, Joseph F., '45 L.A., 7 Everett, Taunton 
Linteris, Lino L , '45 Eng., 46 Bowdoin St., Dorchester 
Lippa, Leo M., '45 Eng., 644 Harvard St., Mattapan 
Litvack, Leonard F., '43 B.A., 14 Nichols Ave., Lynn 
Litvin, Melvin L., B.A., 139 Columbia, Brookline 
Livingston, George F., '45 Eng., G.A.R. Highway, 

Orleans 
Lobacz, Edward F., '44 Eng., 161 Salem St., Wakefield 
Locke, Merle I., '45 Eng., 38 Theodore St., Dorchester 
Long, Edward J., Jr., '45 B.A., 73 Grove St., Belmont 
Lopez, Albert F., '44 Eng., 29 Maverick Sq., E. Boston 
Lotz, John. Ill, '45 B.A., 58 Auburn Rd., 

West Hartford, Conn. 
Lovering, David, '44 L.A., 20 Marked Tree Rd., 

Needham 
Lowell, James R., '45 Eng., 160 Pearl St., Newton 
Lude, Carl R., '45 L.A., 13 Harding Tr., East Dedham 
Lukaszek, Stanley S., '44 Eng., 253 Market St., 

New Britain, Conn. 
Lum, Warren S., '45 Eng., Cincinnatus, N. Y. 
Lund, George R., '45 Eng., 76 California St., Watertown 



MacBarron, Philip C, '44 B.A., 2 Blossom Ct., Boston 
MacCallum, James M., '44 B.A., 9 Durham St., Boston 
MacDonald, Fred R., '45 Eng., 2 Kilby St., Worcester 
Macaulay, Chester L , '43 Eng., 30 Bisson St., Beverly 
MacDowell, Kenneth M., '44 L.A., 278 Waltham St., 

West Newton 
Macfarlane, George M., '44 Eng., 12 Wedgemere Rd., 

Medford 
MacGowan, James G., Jr., '45 Eng., 12 Midland St., 

Lowell 
MacGregor, Robert, '45 Eng., 30 Redlands Rd., 

West Roxbury 



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Mackay, Kenneth G., '44 B.A., 23 Myrtle St., 

Jamaica Plain 
MacKenna, Neil S., '45 B.A., Concord Rd., Wayland 
MacLean, Arnold A., '43 B.A., 2 Lynn St., Woburn 
Macomber, Roger F., '44 B.A., 2009 Robeson St., 

Fall River 
Magnuson, Joseph E., '45 Eng., 128 Willis Ave., 

Medford 
Maguire, Joseph, '45 Eng., Ill Howland St., Roxbury 
Maguire, J. R., '43 B.A., 26 McKinley Ave., Beverely 
Maher, John E., '43 Eng., 43 Ludlow Rd., 

Windsor, Conn. 
Mahler, Lloyd P., '44 B.A., 153 Theodore Parker Rd., 

West Roxbury 
Mahoney, John J., '44 Eng., 38 Glide St., Boston 
Mahoney, Thomas F., '44 Eng., 251 East St., E. Walpole 
Maida, William A., '45 Eng., 62 Orient Ave., E. Boston 
Maker, Robert W., '45 B.A., 181 Concord St., 

Framingham 
Makris, George P., '45 B.A., 9 Donnell St., Cambridge 
Makrys, James G., '45 Eng., 14 Waban PL, Onset 
Malaney, John M., Jr., '45 Eng., 141 Theodore 

Parker Rd., West Roxbury 
Malchman, Nelson M., '45 B.A., 21 Cross St., Hyannis 
Malcolm, William W., '45 B.A., West St., 

Middlefield, Conn. 
Maloney, Thomas J., Jr., '45 Eng., 1,289 Great Plain 

Ave., Needham 
Maneatis, John A., '43 Eng., 56 Jennings St., Lawrence 
Manganelli, Francis, '43 B.A., 105 Gore St., Cambridge 
Manning, Lee, '45 L.A., 1307 Commonwealth Ave., 

Allston 
Manning, Ralph K., Jr.. '45 B.A., 104 Perkins St., 

Melrose 
Manning, Ralph W., '43 Eng., 42 Aldrich St., Somerville 
Manos, Peter J., '45 L.A., 68 Baker St., Lynn 
Marden, Harry W., '44 B.A., 11 Wyman St., Arlington 
Maree, Edward John, '43 Eng., 82 Pleasant St., Cohasset 
Mariolis, Michael, '43 Eng., 40 Sunnyside Ave., Methuen 
Markham, Clifford E., Jr., '45 L.A., 144 Walnut St., 

Everett 
Markhard, Gerald, '45 Eng., 35 Elmdale St., Dorchester 
Marks, Macey P., '43 L.A., 55 Rock Ave., Lynn 
Maron, Harold, '43 Eng., 11 Glenwood Rd., Peabody 
Marsh, John B., '45 Eng., 35% Day St., Somerville 
Marshall, Gilbert A., '43 Eng., R. F. D. 1, 

Lancaster, N. H. 
Martensen, Carl E , '44 L.A., 135 Glendale St., Everett 
Martineau, Roland W., '45 Eng., 15 Cleveland Rd., 

Salem 
Martino, Joseph H., '44 Eng., 87 Standard St., Mattapan 
Mascianica, Joseph F., '44 B.A., 53 Pearl St., Everett 
Matheson, Harold R., '45 B.A., 483 Beacon St., Boston 
Matorin, Baurice J., '44 Eng., 353 Seaver St., Roxbury 
Matson, Edward C, '45 Eng., 142 Kenoza St., Haverhill 
Matthewman, Roger B., '43 Eng., 4 Brooks St., Maynard 
Maxwell, William B., '44 Eng., 18 Averton St., 

Roslindale 
May, G. Waller, '43 B.A., 21 Miller Ave., 

Tarrytown, N. Y. 
Mayo. Paul H., '44 Eng., 55 Fairmount Ave , 

West Somerville 
Mazzotta, Edward B., '44 Eng., 30 Hemenway St., Boston 
McArdle, Henry J., '43 B.A., 79 Oakland St., Brighton 
McBride, John E., '43 L.A., 11 Clyde St., Chelsea 
McCarthy, Edmund L., '45 B.A., 17 Jefferson St., 

Taunton 



McCarthy, John E., '45 B.A., 131 Magazine St., 

Cambridge 
McClaren, Donald E., '44 L.A., 103 Longwood Ave., 

Brookline 
McConnell James W., '44 L.A., 2 Chestnut St., Boston 
McCourt, Robert E., '44 B.A., 120 Quinobeguin Rd., 

Newton 
McCoy, Francis J., '45 Eng., 110 Lexington St., 

East Boston 
McCoy, Robert R., '45 B.A , 348 Village St., Medway 
McCracken, Alex, '45 B.A., 120 Third Ave., Auburn, Me. 
McCusker, Joseph H., '45 Eng., 21 Millville Pond, 

Salem, N. H. 
McDonald, Daniel B., '45 B.A., 3 Woodstock Ave., 

Brighton 
McDonald, John, '45 L.A., 16 Johnson Ave., Winthrop 
McDonald, Richard F., '45 Eng , Elm St., Scituate 
McDowell, Irving T., '44 L.A., 19 Cottage St., 

West Medford 
McEvoy, William P., '45 Eng., 418 Bonad Rd., 

Brookline 
McGehan, Robert M., '45 Eng., 367 Main St., 

East Hartford, Conn. 
McGeoch, Harold R., '44 Eng., 77 Thaxter Ave., 

Abington 
McGinn, Francis J., '43 B.A., 76 Robinson St., Lynn 
McGrath, James F., Jr., '45 B.A., 322 Walnut St., 

Brookline 
McGurk, Donald F., '45 B.A., 60 Wilder Ter., 

West Springfield 
Mcintosh, Ray W., '45 Eng., 8 Summer St., Melrose 
McKay, Arthur R., '44 B.A., 147 Walnut St., Dedham 
McKay, Ralph C, '45 B.A., Route 4, Concord, N. H. 
McKee, Robert E., '45 Eng. 89 Washington St., 

East Walpole 
McKenzie, Francis W , '43 L.A., 23 Garrison Ave., 

West Somerville 
McKinlay, Charles M., '45 Eng., Main St., 

North Haverhill, N. H. 
McKinnon, Ronald F., '44 L.A., 4 Peabody Rd., 

Stoneham 
McKinnon, Roy A., '43 B.A., 60 Waverly St., Brookline 
McQueen, William A., '43 Eng., 733 Parker St., Boston 
McRobert, Perry P., '45 Eng., 9 Parkman St., Natick 
McVann, Hugh F, '45 B.A., 3 Parsons St., Peabody 
Meimaris, George D., '43 L.A., 48 Capen St., Dorchester 
Meisner, John B., '43 B.A., Dover-Foxcroft, Me. 
Mellor, John E., '45 Eng., 16 Grant St., Somerville 
Merola, George V., '45 L.A., Pearl St., Everett 
Merrill, Richard E. '45 L.A., 42 Salem St., Woburn 
Merrill, Robert A., '45 Eng., 364 Varnum Ave., Lowell 
Metcalf, Ralph L., '44 Eng., 450 Plymouth St., 

Bridgewater 
Metcalfe, Irwin J., '43 Eng., 62. Oldefield Rd., 

Newton Centre 
Mezoff, Maurice W., '45 L.A., 495 Blue Hill Ave., 

Roxbury 
Meloon, Willis G., Jr., '45 B.A., 372 Wibird St., 

Portsmouth, N. H. 
Merriman, Maximillian, '44 Eng., 6 Wabon St., Roxbury 
Miaskiewicz, Richard, '45 Eng., 18 Arbella St , Roxbury 
Michaelson, Louis J., '43 L.A., 1,242 Blue Hill Ave., 

Dorchester 
Midgley, Robert H., '44 L.A., 78 West Main St., 

Westboro 
Migliaccio, Albert, '44 Eng., 4 Royal St., Winchester 
Milgroom, Robert B., '45 B.A., 25 Alton PL, Brookline 



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Milk. Robert L., '45 Eng., 99 Norway St., Boston 
Miller, John P., '45 Eng., 150 Mystic St., West Medford 
Miller, Kenneth B., '44 B.A., 769 Edgewood Ave., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Miller, Robert E., '45 L.A., 9 Bruce St., North Andover 
Miller, Sumner D., '43 B.A., 14 Montrose St., Maiden 
Miller, William B., '44 Eng., 1,137 Commonwealth 

Ave., Allston 
Milo, Henry L., Jr., '43 Eng., 31 Whittier Rd., Medford 
Minalga, George P., '45 Eng., 79 Pleasant St., Cambridge 
Miner, Newton L., '44 Eng., 11 Washington St., 

Mexico, N. Y. 
Minkin, Herbert L., '45 Eng., 127 Intervale St., Boston 
Minkwitz, Russell E., '44 Eng., 169 Murray St., Meriden 
Mitchell, Charles T., Jr., '45 Eng., 7 Hanson St., 

Wakefield 
Mitchell, William H., '44 Eng., 114 Edgehill Rd., 

Braintree 
Moessner, Herbert, '43 Eng, 511 Central Ave., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Moldauer, Peter A., '45 Eng., 76 Quint Ave., Allston 
Molica, Anthony J., '43 Eng., 7 Emmet St., So. Boston 
Molino, Nino S., '44 Eng., 641 Bennington St , E. Boston 
Molyn, Michael, '43 Eng., 36 Whiton St., 

Windsor Locks, Conn. 
Monaco, Robert, '45 Eng., 937 Main St., Waltham 
Montgomery, William A., '43 Eng., 222 Houghton St., 

North Adams 
Moody, Richard E., '43 B.A., Parish Hill Rd., Granby 
Moore, Donald H., '44 Eng., 365 Newport Ave., Quincy 
Moore, Frederick A., '43 Eng., 118 Elm St., Amesbury 
Morfitt, John W., '43 Eng., 70 Bell Rock St., Maiden 
Morgan, Wayne T., '44 B.A., 20 Bobbins Rd., Lexington 
Moriaty, Albert J., '44 Eng., 911 Shirley St., Winthrop 
Morin, Roland A., '45 Eng., 16 Lafayette Rd., Ipswich 
Morrill, F. Lester, '45 B.A., 80 Tyler St., Quincy 
Morris, John I., '44 B.A., 97 Bromfield Rd., Somerville 
Morrison, Dean P., '44 B.A., 26 Sunset Rd., Stoneham 
Morrissey, Richard J., '45 L.A., 4 Remick Ter., Newton 
Morse, Donald M., '43 B.A., Wells, Me. 
Morse, Earl P., '45 Eng., 90 Sherman St., Wollaston 
Morse, Howard W., '45 Eng., 479 Walnut St., Saugus 
Morse, Richard A., '43 Eng., 602 June St., Fall River 
Mosher. Everett L., '45 Eng., Worcester St., Sterling 
Mosler, Daniel B., '44 B.A., 52 Benton St., 

Manchester, Conn. 
Moss, Robert W., '43 Eng., 438 Summer St., Bridgewater 
Moulton, Lewis B., '45 Eng , 5 Greenwood St., 

Waterville, Me. 
Moulton, Richard G., '43 Eng., 30 Reynolds St., 

South Portland, Me. 
Mroz, Edward J., '43 Eng., 59 Fulton St., Lowell 
Mueller, Joseph A., Jr., '45 Eng., 28 Downer Ave., 

Dorchester 
Muldoon, Frederic J., Jr., '45 B.A., 190 Pleasant St., 

Winthrop 
Muise, Gordon, '45 Eng., 17 Dorr St., Boston 
Murphy, David J., '44 B.A., 43 Gardens St., Boston 
Murphy, Edward W., '45 Eng., 647 East Third St., 

South Boston 
Murphy, James D., '43 Eng., 56 Bristol Rd., Medford 
Murphy, John H., '45 L.A., 25 Presley St., Maiden 
Murphy, Victor W., '45 Eng., 18 Highland Ave., Lynn 
Murray, Albert E., Jr., '45 L.A., 69 Wollaston Ave., 

Arlington 
Murray, Cornelius J., '44 Eng,, 2 Haskell St., 

Beverly Farms 



Musiker, Harold R., '43 L.A., 16 Roxton St., Dorchester 
Mustard, Robert M., '45 Eng., 1 Inverness Rd., 

Wellesley Hills 
Myrbeck, Sven G., '44 Eng., 8 Rockview Rd., Quincy 

Nalbandian, Haig S., '44 Eng., 36 South Crescent 

Circuit, Brighton 
Nangeroni, Ambrose B., '43 Eng., 17 Eastman St., 

Dorchester 
Nash, George H., '45 B.A., 12 Theresa Ave., Lexington 
Naugler, Winsor, '45 Eng., 27 Gooch St., Melrose 
Navin, Philip, '43 Eng., 124 East Elm Ave., Wollaston 
Neckyfarow, William, '45 Eng., 40 Winnisimmet St., 

Chelsea 
Negrini, Vincent A., Jr., '43 Eng., 27 Beloit Rd., Dedham 
Nelson, Bernard, '44 Eng., Norfolk Rd., Millis 
Nelson, Lewis F., '44 L.A., 142 Holland St., SomerviUe 
Nelson, Richard C, '45 L.A., 12 Howland Ct., N. Easton 
Nerneberg, Martin L., '44 Eng., 1,042 Union St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nesto, Bruno, '44 Eng., 13 Brook Ave., Boston 
Newcomb, Mark R., '44 B.A., 86 Gainsborough St., 

Boston 
Newcomb, Richard W., '45 Eng., 1 Dexter Ave., 

Waltham 
Newton, Richard F., '44 Eng., 45 Kenwood St., 

Dorchester 
Nicholas, Edward, '45 Eng., 145 Tyler St., Boston 
Nichols, George E„ Jr., '43 Eng., 35 Dutcher St., 

Hopedale 
Nimmo, James C, '43 B.A., 26 Almont St., Methuem 
Nims, Philip A., '45 Eng., 59 Riddell St., Greenfield 
Nish, Harry T., '43 B.A., 36 Myrtle St., Saugus 
Noble, George Corbin, '45 B.A., 49 Lexington St., 

New Britain, Conn. 
Nowlin, William G., '45 L.A., 15 Bradfield Ave., 

Roslindale 
Nurmi, Leo O., '45 Eng , 30 McKinley St., Maynard 
Nyman, Russell S., '44 B.A., 47 Russell St., Manchester 

O'Brien, Henry L„ '45 B.A., 35 Gilmore St., Wollaston 
O'Brien, James P., '44 B.A., 92 Chatham St., Worcester 
O'Brien, Jeremiah F., '45 B.A., 12 South Crescent 

Circle, Brighton 
O'Brien, Leon V., Jr., '45 Eng., 147 Massachusetts 

Ave., Arlington 
O'Brien, Thomas F., Jr., '43 Eng., 19 Paisley Park, 

Dorchester 
O'Connell, Arthur J., '45 Eng., 54 Norcross St., 

Arlington 
O'Connell, James S., '45 L.A., 53 Bayswater St., 

East Boston 
O'Connell, William J., '43 Eng., 421 Elm St., Braintree 
Ogden, H. Proctor, '43 B.A., 20 Edmund St., 

Springvale, Me. 
Oliva, Allie D., '45 Eng., 72 Forbes St., 

E. Hartford, Conn. 
Olivito, John S., '45 Eng., 12 Hull St., Boston 
Olney, Richard H., '45 Eng., R. F. D. 2, Woonsocket, R. I. 
O'Neil, Frederic D., '44 B.A., 49 White St., Taunton 
Onichuk, Julius L., '44 B.A., 13 Hartford St., Norwood 
Oppenheim, Arthur M., '45 L.A., 388 Spring St., 

Brockton 
Orenbuch, Louis L., '45 Eng., 67 Goodale Rd., Boston 
Osberg, Norman L., '44 Eng., 17 Hilda St., Quincy 
Otenti, Robert B., '45 Eng., 48 Willis Ave., Framingham 
Otis, James, '45 L.A., 28 Lenox St., Fitchburg 



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O'Toole, John F., '44 Eng., 29 Banks St., Somerville 
Owen, Robert R., '44 L.A., 8 Woodland St., 

Claremont, N. H. 
Owens, Glenn E., '45 Eng., 8 Mott St., Arlington 
Oxman, Martin H., '43 Eng., 55 Warren Ave., Maiden 
Oxton, Ernest G., '43 Eng., 1,302 Commonwealth 

Ave., Allston 



Page, John F., '43 Eng., 106 Narragansett St., Quincy 
Paige, Robert W., '44 L.A., 162 Lowell Ave., 

Newtonville , 

Pailler, Kenneth C, '45 L.A , 267 Melrose St., 

Auburndale 
Paine, Joseph L., '43 Eng., 26 Summer St., Tilton, N. H. 
Paladino, Carl R., '45 Eng., 8 Martyn St., Waltham 
Palm, Nels A., '45 B.A., 21 Victoria St., Lowell 
Palmer, Donald K., '44 Eng., 14 Harrington St., 

Newtonville 
Pano, Gury, '45 Eng., 120 Conant St., Roxbury 
Panowich, Edward T., '43 Eng., 134 East Sixth St., 

Plainfield, N. J. 
Pape, Frederick B., '44 B.A., 1,560 Kemble St., 

Utica, N. Y. 
Pappas, James, '43 B.A., 90 Marathon St., Arlington 
Paradis John B., '44 Eng., 36 High St., Rockport 
Paraskevas, Anastasias J., '43 Eng., 726 Parker St., 

Roxbury 
Parish, Robert L.. '44 B.A , 15 Winthrop St., Winchester 
Park, Charles B., '45 Eng., 77 Orchard St., Cambridge 
Parks Wilder, '44 Eng., Old Bedford Rd., Concord 
Parker, Burton S., '44 Eng., 154 Shawmut St., Chelsea 
Parker, Edward Freeman, '44 Eng., 9 Revere St., 

Arlington 
Parrotta, Ralph Pasquale, '43 Eng., 5 Glen Rd., 

Jamaica Plain 
Parsons, William, '43 Eng., 101 Elmwood Ave., Dedham 
Partridge, William T., '44 B.A., 10 Orient St., 

Winchester 
Paskal, Joseph, '44 B.A., 265 E St., South Boston 
Pasquali, Frank G., Jr., '45 B.A., 262 Lamartine St., 

Jamaica Plain 
Patenaude, George M„ '45 Eng., 286 Spruce St., 

North Abington 
Pattison, Samuel J., '45 Eng., 122 East Side Parkway, 

Newton 
Pearce, Frederick S., '45 B.A., 36 Spafford Rd., Milton 
Pearl, Norman, '45 Eng., 79 Glenville Ave., Allston 
Pearlman, Ernest, '44 B.A., 14 Wiltshire Rd., Brighton 
Pearson, Arnold R., '44 Eng., 41 Perthshire Rd., 

Brighton 
Peck, Marshall, '45 L.A., 12 University PL, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Pedell, Melvin H., '43 L.A., 14 Lorraine Ter., Allston 
Pelagatti, Manrico, '45 B.A., 17 Estes St., Lynn 
Pelosi, Agostino A., '45 Eng., 81 Lubec St., E. Boston 
Pennell, Walter F., '44 B.A., 18 Channing Rd., Belmont 
Perakis, Peter M., '44 L.A., 58 Main St., Hull 
Peretti, Robert A., '44 B.A., 15 Jackson Rd., Belmont 
Perkins, James A., '44 Eng., 124 Pine St., Danvers 
Perkins, Porter J. '45 Eng., 126 Burley St., Wenham 
Perles, Benjamin M., '44 B.A., 36 Mountain Ave., 

Dorchester 
Perlis, David B.. '44 Eng., 522 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury 
Perry, Kenneth E., '43 Eng., 109 Thornton Rd., Waltham 
Perry, Stanley E. '44 Eng., 503 Main St., Stoneham 
Petersen, Ralph R., '45 L.A., 59 Sohier St., Cohasset 



Peterson, Eugene F., '43 Eng., 71 Bartlett Ave., 

Arlington 
Peterson, Frank R., '45 L.A., 26 Ellsworth St., 

Jamaica Plain 
Peterson, William C. '43 Eng., 140 North St., Medford 
Petrocelli, Walter A., '45 Eng., 138 Hutchinson St., 

Pettingell, Theodore T„ Jr., '45 Eng., 87 Border St., 

Dedham 
Peverly, Arthur W., '43 Eng., 145 Rowe St., Melrose 
Philips, James A., '45 B.A., 1601 Tremont St., Roxbury 
Phillips, Robert W., '45 Eng., 396 Pontiac Ave., 

Cranston, R. I. 
Piatelli, Leon P., '43 Eng., 56 Rockdale St., Mattapan 
Pierotti, Arthur C, '45 B.A., 17 Aberdeen Rd., 

Wellesley 
Pillsbury, Charles B. '43 Eng., 54 Quint Ave., Allston 
Pinkham, Carl W., '44 Eng., 128 Pleasant St., Reading 
Pinkham, Lawrence P., '45 B.A., 18 Prospect St., 

Winchester 
Pinkham, Newell W., '44 Eng., Cordaville Rd., 

Southboro 
Piper, Lawrence I., '45 Eng., 2 Greenough Ave., 

Jamaica Plain 
Piselli, Joseph R., '45 Eng., 26 Lenglen Rd., Newton 
Pistorino, Charles L., '45 Eng., 88 Auckland St., 

Dorchester 
Plaisted, Richard B., '43 Eng., 35 Barnard Rd., Belmont 
Plakias, Paul K., '44 B.A.. 26 Searle Ave., Brookline 
Piatt, Alanson E., Jr., '45 Eng., 19 Parker St., Watertown 
Plumb, Frank, '44 Eng., R.F.D. No. 2, Waterbury, Conn. 
Polansky, Alfred, '43 B.A., 92 Loring Ave.. Salem 
Pollard, Stanley I., '45 B.A., 50 Rand St., Lynn 
Polleys, Owen F., '44 Eng., 579 New Britain Ave., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Pool, Ralph M., '45 Eng. 49 High St., Rockport 
Poole, Bradford C, '45 Eng., 44 Grant St., Taunton 
Poore, Richard C, '45 Eng., 148 Dexter St., Maiden 
Pope, Joseph I., '45 Eng., 8 Bennett PI., Medford 
Porter, Robert G., '45 Eng., 19 Woodbury, Beverly 
Posey, Philip E., '45 B.A , 72 Newbury Ave., N. Quincy 
Powell, Joseph R., '45 Eng., 62 Burrill Ave., Lynn 
Powers, John J., '45 B.A., 245 Bruce St., Lawrence 
Powers, Paul P., '45. L.A., 80 Appleton St., Manchester 
Powers, Richard R., '44 L.A., 697 Bennington St., 

East Boston 
Pratt, Newton K., '45 L A., 78 Lincoln St., Framingham 
Pray, Lee E., '45 Eng., Salisbury Cove, Me. 
Prescott, Sherman C, '45 Eng., 371 Winthrop St., 

Winthrop 
Preston, Edward F., '44 L.A., 9 Blackwood St., Boston 
Preti, Leo L., '43 Eng., 24 West Grove St., Middleboro 
Price, William K., '43 L.A., 619 East St., Walpole 
Priest, Irving A., '43 B.A., Landham Rd., Sudbury 
Priestly, David W., '44 Eng., 57 Hewlett St., Roslindale 
Pritchard, Herbert Clark, '44 Eng., 158 Beach St., 

Wollaston 
Profita, Joseph C, '45 Eng., 20 Malvern Ave., 

Somerville 
Prohodsky, Michael, '43 L.A., School St., Mansfield 
Prue, Frank J., '43 Eng., 48 Mendon St., Hopedale 
Pruter, Hugo R., '44 L.A., 210 Main St., 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Pucci, Joseph E., '45 Eng., 25 Elm St., Westerly, R. I. 
Pulcini, Albert J., '45 B.A., Town Line Rd., 

Palmyra, N. Y. 
Pullen, O. Varney, '43 Eng., North Amity, Me. 



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Przybyla, Adolf, '44 Eng., 136 Norman St., New Bedford 
Pytka, Edward F., '45 B.A., 82 North St., Three Rivers 

Queeney, Paul G., '44 Eng., 15 Dyer Ave., Milton 

Rachmilovitz, Ruben D., '43 L.A., 80 Devon St., 

Roxbury 
Raiklen, Matthew, '44 Eng., 65 Weston St., Boston 
Rand, Alonzo C, '45 Eng., 41 High St., Ipswich 
Rand, James O., '45 B.A., 32 Riverside St., Danvers 
Randall, Paul D , '45 Eng., 10 Myrtle Ave., Newburyport 
Rank, Leon W., '45 Eng., 411 West Main St., Little Falls 
Rathgeber, William H., '43 Eng., 69 Woleott Rd., 

Chestnut Hill 
Rawley, Ralph A., '43 Eng., General Delivery, 

Rockland, Me. 
Rawnsley, James A., '45 Eng., 22 Leland St., Maiden 
Ravich, Leonard E., '44 L.A., 208 Cornwall St., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Raymond, Bernard, '45 B.A., 63 Lawton St., Brookline 
Reagan, Joseph F., '45 B.A., 1 Roosevelt Ave., 

Nantasket Beach 
Reardon, John H., Jr., '45 Eng., Village St., Medway 
Reardon, John M., '45 Eng., 217 Sargeant St., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Recktenwald, William R., '45 Eng., Floyd St., 

East Hampton, N. Y. 
Reed, Theodore W„ '43 Eng., 94 Madison Ave., 

Newtonville 
Reid, Robert L., '44 Eng., 163 Oakley Rd., Belmont 
Reinhart, Albert J., '44 Eng., Prospect Hill Rd., 

Harvard 
Reiter, David D., '45 Eng., 171 Talbot Ave., Boston 
Rekola, Viljo W., '44 Eng., Box 130, Brooklyn, Conn. 
Remis, Paul F., '45 Eng., 11 Seventh St., E. Cambridge 
Resnick, Bernard T., '44 Eng., 56 Westmore Rd., 

Mattapan 
Reynolds, Edward D., '44 B.A., 14 Plymouth Ave., 

Milton 
Reynolds, William F., '44 B.A., 229 Bradstreet Ave., 

Revere 
Rhodes, John E., '44 Eng., Thompson, Conn. 
Rice, Frederick M., '44 B.A., 84 Highland St., 

Bangor, Me. 
Rice, W. Arthur, '43 L.A., 28 Mather St., Dorchester 
Rich, Abraham M., '43 Eng., 37 Central Ave., Chelsea 
Richard, Norman B., '43 L.A., 19 Titcomb St., 

Newburyport 
Richards, Irving S., '44 B.A., 38 Belkingham Rd., 

Worcester 
Richardson, George L., '43 Eng., 824 Concord St., 

Framingham 
Richardson, Franklin T., '44 Eng., 15 Pleasant St., 

Winchester 
Richardson, Randall H., '44 B.A., Northwood, N. H. 
Richmond, Robert B., '45 Eng., 30 Swan Rd., 

Winchester 
Richmond, William J., '43 Eng., 1019 Main St., Reading 
Ridgely, Holland F., '45 Eng., 6 Crawford St., Roxbury 
Ridgeley, Aldas S., Jr., '45 L.A., 71 Highland St., 

Roxbury 
Riggs, Graham T., '44 B.A., 9 Gayland St., Boston 
Riley, John J. Jr., '45 Eng., 270 Parker Hill Ave., Boston 
Ringer, Gordon J., '45 Eng., 28 Long Ave., Allston 
Roach, Richard J., Jr., '45 L.A., 9 Melrose St., 

Arlington 
Roberts, Alan T., '45 Eng., 15 King Ave., Medford 



Roberts, Alfred O., '44 Eng., 3 Allen Ave., Fair Haven 
Roberts, Daniel J., Jr., '45 B.A., 63 Boynton St., 

Waltham 
Roberts, Ernest A., '44 L.A., 19 Poplar St., Danvers 
Roberts, Oliver A., '45 Eng., 7 Fairmount Ave., 

Wakefield 
Robertson, John T., '43 Eng., 48 Alexander St., Boston 
Robie, Richard F., '43 Eng., 249 Grove St., Wollaston 
Robinson, Donald W., Jr., '44 Eng., 3 Wesley Pk., 

Somerville 
Robinson, Norman D., '45 B.A., 118 Virginia Rd., 

Waltham 
Robinson, Saul, '44 Eng., 97 Hazelton St., Mattapan 
Robinson, Theodore B., '43 Eng., 29 Highland Ave., 

Winchester 
Rodgers, Wilfred C, '43 B.A., 132 Commonwealth Ave., 

West Concord 
Roger, Robert M., '44 L.A., 34 Purchase St., 

Newburyport 
Romano, Mario H., '44 Eng., 22 Ambrose St., Revere 
Rondeau, Henry T., '44 L A., 78 Grove St., 

North Brookfield 
Root, Clarence F., '45 Eng., Morris-Bantam Lake Rd., 

Lakeside, Conn. 
Rosa, James M., '45 Eng., 101 Pearl St., Cambridge 
Rose, Henry O., '43 L.A., 32 Robinson St., Dorchester 
Rosen, Albert J., '45 B.A., 215 St. Paul St., Brookline 
Rosenberg, Udel K., '44 B.A., 71 Greenlawn Ave., 

Newton 
Rosenfield, Myer J., '44 Eng., 18 Perrin St., Roxbury 
Rosenthal, Sidney, '45 L.A., 50 Willowood St., 

Dorchester 
Rosequist, John V., '44 L.A., West Main St., Avon 
Ross, Grant D., '44 L.A., 15 Myrtle St., Everett 
Rossler, Earl C, '45 B.A., 267 Hillcrest Ave., 

Wood-Ridge, N. J. 
Rotman, Walter, '44 Eng., 39 Wave Ave., Revere 
Roukes, Warren H., '44 B.A., 55 Damon Ave., Melrose 
Rowell, Howard P., '43 Eng., William St., Holden 
Rowley, Charles A., '45 Eng., Judds Bridge, 

New Milford, Conn. 
Rubin, Leonard S., '44 Eng., 145 Babcock St., 

Brookline 
Ruby, Abbott Martin, '45 L.A., 39 Boulevard Tr 

Allston 
Rumery, Richard G., '45 L.A., 21 Bosworth St., Beverly 
Rumrill, Edward I., '43 Eng., 75 Orchard St., Maiden 
Runk, Wilfred H., '43 Eng., 118 Bassett St., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Russell, George E., '43 Eng., 71 Prospect St , Peabody 
Russell, John H., '43 Eng., 23 Gibson St., Needham 
Russo, James N., '45 Eng., 829 Beacon St., Boston 
Rutecki, John E., '45 Eng., 84 Sassamon Ave., Milton 
Ruzicka, Richard R., '45 Eng., 1500 Beacon St., 

Brookline 
Ryan, Edward F., '43 B.A., 42 Union St., Woburn 
Ryan, Herbert G., '45 Eng., 159 Hollis Ave., Braintree 
Ryan, John P., '45 B.A., 158 Circuit Rd., Winthrop 
Rydzel, Joseph S., '44 L.A., 8 Alpine St., Worcester 
Rymut, Benjamin J., '45 Eng , Furnace St., Halifax 

Sabotnak, George D., '44 B.A., 87 St. Botolph St., 

Boston 
Sack, Albert, '44 Eng., 5 Quincy Tr., Boston 
Sadoski, Theodore, '45 Eng., 113 Derby St., Salem 
Sakovitz, Edward J., '44 B.A., 110 Waverly St., 

Framingham 



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Salerno, Alfred R., '43 L.A., 144 Pleasant St., N. Adams 
Salvi, Albert M., '45 Eng., 157 Cottage St., E. Boston 
Samuelson, Howard A., '44 Eng., 99 Beach Ave., 

Nantasket 
Sandler, Joseph, '45 B.A., 258 Princeton Blvd., Lowell 
Sands, Robert A., '44 L.A., Old Billerica Rd., Bedford 
Sanni, D. Anthony, '45 Eng., 28 McClure St , Revere 
Saumsiegle. Robert W., '44 Eng., 99 Riverview Ave., 

Waltham 
Saunders, Raymond A., '44 L.A., 23 Wachusett St., 

Mattapan 
Savage, Edward G., '45 Eng., 75 Hillside Ave., 

South Portland, Me. 
Savage, George A., '43 B.A., 64 Ridgewood St., 

Dorchester 
Savage, William E., Jr., '43 Eng , 27 Washington Ave., 

Thompsonville, Conn. 
Savitz, Bradford, '45 Eng., 21 Stearns, Maiden 
Scaglione, Anthony L., '44 B.A., 18 Sewall St., 

Somerville 
Scanlon, Walter E., Jr., '44 B.A., 90 Wales Ave., 

Randolph 
Schein, Donald E., '44 LA., 172 Harvard St., Brookline 
Scheuer, Paul J., '45 L.A., 48 St. Stephen St., Boston 
Schlesinger, Gilbert J., '45 Eng., 16 Wellington Hill St., 

Mattapan 
Schmidt, Carlton C, '44 B.A., 101 East Main St., 

Corfu, N. Y. 
Schreiber, Robert, '43 Eng., 57 Winn St., Belmont 
Schur, John A., '45 Eng., 124 Beaver St., Franklin 
Schuster, Walter W., '43 Eng., 110 Derby Ave., 

Seymour. Conn. 
Schwartz, Martin, '44 L.A., 724 Morton St., Dorchester 
Schwing, John J., '45 Eng., 115 Moody Ave., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Scigliano, Edward A., '43 L.A., 58 Austin St., Hyde Park 
Sciore, Edward T., '45 Eng., 24 Newton St , Brockton 
Scott, Ernest H., Jr., '43 Eng., 7 Charlotte Rd., 

Marblehead 
Scott, Lewis K., Jr., '43 Eng., 260 Tremont St., Melrose 
Scurto. Nicholas, '44 Eng.. 57 Salem St., Boston 
Sears, Paul W., '43 L.A., 9 Bay View Ave , Plymouth 
Seaverns, Charles F., '44 L.A., 14 Goodway Rd., 

Jamaica Plain 
Sebring, Frederick A., '45 Eng., 51 Lorraine St., 

Roslindale 
Sebring, Robert E., Jr., '43 Eng., 15 Lorraine St., 

Roslindale 
Semenza, Frank A., '45 Eng.. 99 Hudson St., Som?rville 
Sereda, John, '45 B.A.., 108 Orange St., Chelsea 
Serotta, Norman, '43 Eng., 63-A Washington St., 

Dorchester 
Sessler, Norman A., '45 Eng., 43 Cliff Ave., Winthrop 
Settle, Carl O., Jr., '45 B.A., 1020 State St., 

Schenectady, N. Y. 
Seymour, Herbert K., '44 L.A., 10 Depot St., 

Buckland, Conn. 
Shaheen, Mitchell E., '45 Eng., 301 Harrison Ave., 

Boston 
Shannon, William L., '45 B.A., 162 Hillside Rd., 

Watertown 
Sharp, Warren A., '43 Eng., 140 East Elm Ave., Quincy 
Shanahan, James L., '45 B.A., 1471 Beacon St., 

Brookline 
Sharkey, John A., '45 B.A., 68 Winter St., Lexington 
Sharpe, Robert, '45 L.A., 469 Conant Rd., Weston 
Shatzman, Bernard S., '45 Eng., 48 Blossom St., Chelsea 



Shaw, Donald J., '44 B.A., 11 Hamblen St., Lexington 
Shay, Edward J., Jr., '43 Eng., 53 Maple St., 

Framingham 
Shechtel, Herman J„ '45 Eng., 21 Westmore Rd., 

Mattapan 
Shephard, Frank L., '44 Eng., 1221 Worcester Rd., 

Framingham 
Shepherd, Ridgeley, Jr., '43 Eng., 1069 Highland Ave., 

Needham 
Sherburne, Richard F., '45 Eng., 16 Edison St., Quincy 
Sheridan, Philip F., '43 Eng., 12 Wyoming PI., Maiden 
Shiers, Richard G., '44 B.A., 7 View South Ave., Boston 
Shnaper, Rubin, '44 Eng., 5 Cedar St., Charlestown 
Showstack, Max, '43 Eng., 94 Normandy St., Roxbury 
Shrago, Louis I., '43 Eng., 51 McLillon St.. Dorchester 
Shute, Eugene A., '44 Eng., 62 Maywood St., Roxbury 
Shreve, Philip, '45 L.A., 7 Mill St., Dedhani 
Sibley, Leland R.. '45 Eng., 112 Walton St.. Fitchburg 
Siegel, Harold, '43 Eng., 21 Outlook Rd., Mattapan 
Signore, Frank A., '45 Eng., 364 Boylston St., 

Newton Centre 
Sieklucki, Alfred P., '45 Eng., 29 Whitmore St., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Silsby, Arnold W., '45 Eng., 455 High Rock St., 

Needham 
Silva, Joseph A., '43 Eng., 59 Reed St., Lexington 
Silver Martin, '45 B.A., 199 Brunswick St., Boston 
Simon, Herman C, '45 Eng., Page St., Lunenburg 
Simmons, Gorham G., '44 Eng , 894 Huntington Ave., 

Boston __ _ _ 

Simms, Hugh P., '44 Eng., 177 Webster St., E Boston 
Simon, Melvin, '44 Eng., 17 East Blvd. Rd., Newton 
Simpson, William L., '44 Eng., 70 Parker Hill Ave., 

Roxbury 
Singer, Leonard H., '44 B.A., 36 Richfield St., 

Ilion, N. Y. „ „ , 

Sitarz, Walter J.. '43 Eng.. 75 Kenyon St., New Bedford 
Sitarz, Edward F., '45 B.A., 20 S. Governor St., 

Hartford, Conn. 
Sitek, Alexander S., '43 Eng., 21 Hardy St., Salem 
Skers. Walter A., '45 Eng., 1003 Grafton St., Worcester 
Skwarek, Frank J.. '43 Eng., 69 School St.. Roxbury 
Slack, Donald A., '45 Eng., 670 Bedford St, Whitman 
Sleeper, Neal M., '45 Eng., Danville, Vt. 
Sloan, Philip, '45 B.A., 47 Unity Ave., Belmont 
Smart, John R., '45 Eng., 51 Beach St., Revere 
Smith, Aaron L.. '45 B.A., 65 Woolson St., Mattapan 
Smith, Charles W., '45 Eng., 11 Alban St , Dorchester 
Smith, Eugene F., '44 L.A., 229 Easter St., 

Palmyra, N. Y. 
Smith, Everett C, '44 B.A.- 14 Pratt St.. Melrose 
Smith. Frederick A., Jr., '45 B.A., 21 Beltran Tr.. 

Maiden 
Smith, James L , Jr., '45 B.A., 30 Townsend St.. Roxbury 
Smith, Jospeh A., '44 Eng., 27-A Dickens St., 

Dorchester 
Smith, Leonard W., '43 Eng., 25 Train St., Dorchester 
Smith, Melborn H., '45 B.A., R.D. 1, 

Dover-Foxcroft, Me. 
Smith, Minard N., '44 Eng., 40 Royal St. Wollaston 
Smith, Raymond D., '44 Eng., 562 Main St , Saco, Me. 
Smith, Richard J., '45 Eng., 23 Ashmont St , Dorchester 
Smith, Robert S., '43 Eng., 253 Willetts Ave., 

New London, Conn. 
Snook, Joseph T., '45 Eng., 110 Cottage Park Rd., 

Winthrop 
Snow, H. Leland, '43 L.A., 47 Claflin St., Milford 



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Snyder, Bernhart R., '45 Eng., 94 Hillcrest Pkwy., 

Winchester 
Snyder, Ralph H., '44 B.A., 24 Summit Ave., Brookline 
Soloman, Max, '44 Eng., 7 Davis St., Turners Falls 
Sonia, Joseph A., '43 Eng., Still River Rd., Lancaster 
Sorgi, Pasquale V., '44 B.A., 59 Dover St., Boston 
Sotir, Socrates Peter, '44 Eng., 16 Enfield St., 

Jamaica Plain 
Southwick, Richard W., '45 BA., 165 Summer St.. 

Waltham 
Souza, Joseph P., '45 B.A., 11 Meredith Cir., Milton 
Spadaro, John R„ '45 B.A., 104 Main St., 

Ellenville, N. Y. 
Spaulding, Nathaniel R., '45 Eng., 31 Nichols St., 

Ansonia, Conn. 
Spector, Eugene P., '45 B.A., 7 Brewster Tr., Brookline 
Speers, George A., '44 L.A., 90 Whitcoinb Ave., 

Jamaica Plain 
Spencer, Richard J., '44 Eng., 492 Central St., Saugus 
Spooner, Leonard G., Jr., '45 Eng., 384 Quincy St., 

Brockton 
Sprague, Charles E., '44 B.A., 248 Shute St., Everett 
Sprague, Richard E , '45 Eng., 24 Neponset Rd., Quincy 
Sprague Richard L., '44 Eng., 219 Mendon St., 

Uxbridge 
Stahl, Karl L., '44 B.A., 168 Emerson St., S. Boston 
Stahl, Walter F., '43 B.A., 168 Emerson St., So. Boston 
Standke, Herbert W., '44 Eng., 9 Granite St., Cambridge 
Standley, Archibald D., '45 Eng., 20 Charles St., 

Beverly 
Stankiewicz, Joseph, '45 B.A., 105 Pike St., 

Port Jervis, N. Y. 
Stanney, William J., '45 Eng., 448 Park Dr., Boston 
Stansfield, Frank H., '45 Eng., 149 Main St., 

Emmaus, Penn. 
Stanton, Frank G., '43 Eng., 1346 South St., 

Charles River 
Stanton, Myron H., '44 B.A., 3 Greenway Ct., Brookline 
Starck, Russell E., '43 Eng., Centerville 
Steacie, Edward, '43 B.A., 47 Central \\e., Newtonville 
Steinberg, Alvin M., '43 Eng., 36 Whitman St., 

Dorchester 
Steinberg, Melvin A., '44 B.A., 121 Glenville Ave., 

Brighton 
Sten, Kenneth 0., '44 Eng., Pleasant St., Conway, N. H. 
Stenberg, Eric R.- '44 Eng., 50 Gordon St., Allston 
Steuberg, Nyyrikki, '43 Eng., High St , Gloucester 
Stepanishen, Nicholas, '45 B.A., 86 Glenwood Rd., 

Somerville 
Stern, Chester M., '45 Eng.. 15 Oakland Rd., Sharon 
Stewart, John P., '43 B.A., 30 Hamilton St., Medford 
Stewart, William R., '44 Eng., 5 Willow St., Belmont 
Stiles, Russell A., '45 B.A., 34 Curtis St., N. Weymouth 
Stinson, Robert R., '45 B.A., 28 Davis Ave., W. Newton 
Stone, Everett E., '43 Eng., 9 Ruggles St., Westborough 
Stone, Leon, '44 L.A., 31 McClellan St., Dorchester 
Straight, David M., '43 Eng., Marble Dale, Conn. 
Strauch, Lawrence Elmer, '45 Eng., Underclyffe Rd , 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Streechon George, '44 Eng., 1 Valley St., Norfolk 
Streeter, Milton H., '43 Eng., Church St., Bernardston 
Stretton. Thomas E., '43 Eng., 30 Fifield St., Dorchester 
Strum, Howard P.. '44 Eng., 69 Grove St., Waltham 
Suback. Anthony, Jr., '44 Eng., 22 Willow St., Methuen 
Sullivan, Charles F., '45 L.A., Sherman Rd., N. Reading 
Sullivan, John R., '44 Eng., 342 East Main St., 
Three Rivers 



Sullivan, Ralph W., '44 L.A., 60 RockweU St., 

Dorchester 
Sundstrom, Franklin V., '43 Eng., Elm St., 

North Berwick, Me. 
Sutherland, Murton V., '45 B.A., R.F.D. No. 1, 

Stepney, Conn. 
Sutton, Richard, '43 B.A., 119 Chestnut St., Andover 
Swartz, Benjamin, '43 Eng., 19 Cross St., Winthrop 
Swartz, Stanley R., '45 B.A., 146 Lakeview Ave., 

Haverhill 
Swenson, Albert G., '44 B. A., 69 Perthshire St., 

Brighton 
Swenson, Lenhart A., '45 Eng., 55 Woods Ave., 

Somerville 
Swenson, Richard N., '45 Eng., 595 Common St., 

Walpole 
Sweetser, Everard R., '45 L.A., 24 Florence St., Maiden 



Taber, Robert L., '45 Eng., 173 Penniman St., 

New Bedford 
Tailby, Allen R., Jr., 15 Bemuth Rd., Newton Highlands 
Tangherlini, Eugene F., '43 Eng., 68 Verchild St., 

Quincy 
Tarbell, Robert S., '43 Eng., 17 Florence St., Hudson 
Tarr, Hyman, '44 B. A., 18 Trident Ave., Winthrop 
Tassel, Samuel B., '45 B.A., 16 Prospect St., Lynn 
Tatel, Melvin H., '45 Eng., 11 Fayston St., Roxbury 
Taylor, Francis W., '43 Eng., 251 Pearl St., Cambridge 
Taylor, Joseph K., '45 Eng., 98 College PL, 

Hampton, Va. 
Taylor, Leonard, '45 Eng., 915 Morton St., Mattapan 
Taylor, Matthew D., '45 L.A., 206 Granite Ave., Milton 
Tenenbaum, Arthur E., '45 L.A., 140 Adams St., Lynn 
Tenggren, Edwin P., '45 L. A., 52 Bennington St., 

Revere 
Terrio, John N., '45 Eng., 153 Newbury Ave., N. Quincy 
Terrio, Laurence R. F., '45 Eng., 153 Newbury Ave., 

N. Quincy 
Terzian, John, '45 Eng., 12 Nichols St., Salem 
Teschner, Eric P., '45 Eng., 68 Olive St., Methuen 
Theroux, Gerard, '44 Eng.. 70 Oakhill Ave., 

Waterbury, Conn. 
Thomas, Harold C, '43 Eng., 30 Spooner, N. Easton 
Thomas, Stephen A., '45 L.A., 52 Houston Ave., Milton 
Thompson, David L., '44 B.A., 20 Thurston St., 

Wrentham 
Thompson, John H., '44 Eng., 84 Faxon Rd., N. Quincy 
Thornberg, Joseph, '44 Eng., 183 Spark St., Brockton 
Thorpe, Robert T., '44 Eng., 136 Vianl St., Revere 
Throntlsen, Everett O., '44 Eng., 40 Sagamore Ave., 

Quincy 
Thurston, Herman I., '45 Eng., Munnsville, N. Y. 
Tiemann, Robert S., '45 Eng., 35 Coral Ave., Winthrop 
Tierney, John J., '45 Eng., 107 Temple St., Somerville 
Tilton, Richard D.. '45 B.A., 12 Newbury St., Woburn 
Tinkham, Malcoln L., '43 Eng., 24 Frost Ave., Brockton 
Tinsler, Francis R., '44 Eng., R. 2, Lubec, Me. 
Tischoff, Charles W., '45 B.A., 640 Essex Ave., 

Gloucester 
Tomaini, Frank J., '45 Eng., 265 Morris Ave., 

Long Branch, N. J. 
Tornabene, Peter C, '45 Eng., 372 Langley Rd., 

Newton Centre 
Torres, Frank E., '44 Eng., 19 Carberry St., Medford 
Torrey, Robert A., Jr., '45 L.A., 177 Westford Ave., 

Springfield 



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Trail, H. Spicer, '43 Eng., 131 Bridge St., Groton, Conn. 
Trainis, Alphonse, '43 Eng., 123 Cherry St., Cambridge 
Trask, Roger B., '44 Eng., 30 Gardner St., Peabody 
Treat. Russell L., '45 Eng., 371 Fairfield Woods Rd., 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Trovato, George, '45 Eng., 10 Narragansett Ave., 

Westerly, R. I. 
Trullson, Clarence N., '44 B.A., 20 Duncklee St., 

Brighton 
Trunfio, Anthony P., '45 Eng., 211 Princeton St., 

East Boston 
Tsigaridas, Vessarios, '45 Eng., 120 Mt. Washington St., 

Lowell 
Tucci, Dominic L., '45 L.A., 386 Washington St. 

Winchester 
Tully, Edward L., '43 L.A., 64 Fay St., Lowell 
Turner, Arthur D., '43 Eng., 163 Forest St., Melrose 
Turner, George H., '45 L.A., 26 Yarmouth St., Boston 
Twomey, William F„ '45 L.A., 9 Tower St., Framingham 

Uckerman, Aaron, '44 Eng., 23 Deering Rd., Mattapan 
Umans, Martin, '45 B.A., 76 Verndale St., Brookline 
Urbon, John P., '43 Eng., 6 Hatch St., South Boston 

Vahey, James T., '43 B.A., 33 Prescott St., Watertown 
VanVessem, Alvin D., '43 Eng., 66 West St., 

Warwick, N. Y. 
Varese, Ulysses J., Jr., '45 Eng., 65 Marble Ave., 

Pleasantville 
Vaccaro, Philip, '43 Eng , 179 Princeton St., E. Boston 
Vancor, Frederick B., '43 Eng., 90 Sargent St., Melrose 
Vanesian, Charles H., '45 Eng., 120 Ash St., Chelsea 
VanHorne, Robert A., '43 Eng., 7 Andrew St., 

Bethel, Conn. 
VanTuyl, Roderick, '44 Eng., North Rd., 

Greenport, N. Y. 
Varner, Albert F., Jr., '43 B.A., 206 Wachusett St., 

Jamaica Plain 
Vartabedian, Boghas, '45 Eng., 23 Central Ave., 

Medford 
Velenage, John B„ '44 Eng., 47 Tonawanda St., 

Dorchester 
Viets, Warren R., '45 Eng., 35 Dean St., Bridgewater 
Virchow, William R., '45 Eng., 8 Midvale Rd., 

West Roxbury 
Vorperian, Vahan C, '45 B.A., 21 Symphony Rd., 

Boston 
Vosgerchian, Goren, '44 Eng., 74 Boylston St., 

Watertown 
A f ozzella, Stanley A., '44 Eng., 3 Thatcher St., Boston 
Vuona, Louis P., '44 Eng., 13 Groton PL, Worcester 

Waddell, Douglas M., '44 B.A., 19 Cross St., Westboro 
Wadland, Robert L., '43 Eng., 11 Lynde, Melrose 
Wagner, Paul M., Jr., '44 B.A., 142 Montvale Ave., 

Woburn 
Wainwright, Clarence D., '44 B.A., Elm St., 

East Pembroke 
Waite, Alwyn R., '45 Eng., 23 Pickett St., Beverly 
Walen, Roger S., '44 L.A., 36 Billings Pk., Newton 
Walker, Wilfred J., Jr., '45 Eng., 39 Foring St., 

Islington 
Wallace, Duncan P., '44 B.A., 78 W. Merrimack St., 

Manchester, N. H. 
Wallis, Charles W., '44 B.A., 38 Ober St., Beverly 
Walsh, George W., '43 Eng., 28 Winn St., Belmont 
Waltonen, Onni W., '44 Eng., 29 Gay Ave., Walpole 



Ward, Frank F., '44 B.A., 177 Hillside Ave., 

Nutley, N. J. 
Ward, John A., '45 Eng., 107 Mechanic St., Leominster 
Ware, Carl E., Jr., '45 B.A., 295 Beech St., Holyoke 
Waterhouse, Charles G., '45 L.A., 21 Mt. Pleasant Ave., 

Hull 
Waters, Thomas W., '44 Eng., 159 Lake St., Haverhill 
Watson, Robert L., '45 L.A., 635 Washington St., 

Wellesley 
Watts, Robert W., Jr., '44 B.A.„ 7 Norway Rd., Milton 
Webber, David L., '44 L.A., 37 Narragansett St., 

Springfield 
Weber. Arthur F., '44 Eng.. 54 Sanderson Ave.. Dedham 
Webster. Earle F., '45 Eng., 24 Fisher St., Charles River 
Weeks, Harding, '45 Eng., Williams Ave., Barre 
Weiner, Arnold P., '44 Eng., 99 Elmhill Ave., Roxbury 
Weiner, Bertram, '45 Eng., 99-A Chelsea St, Everett 
Weiner, Martin, '44 Eng., 40 Hancock St., Maiden 
Weinfeld, Murray A., '45 B.A., 4 Verrill St., Mattapan 
Weinrebe, Joseph I., '44 Eng., 41 Angell St., Dorchester 
Welch, Edward F., '45 B.A., 407 Highland St., Milton 
Welch, George B., Jr., '54 L.A., 876 Watertown St., 

West Newton 
Wells, Lloyd A., '45 Eng., 29 Hughes St., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 
Wells, Richard L., '43 Eng., 15 Union St., Randolph 
Westlund, Carl E., '44 B.A., 111 Elm St., Belmont 
Wetherbee, Thomas E., '45 Eng., 230 Commonwealth 

Ave., West Concord 
Wharton, Robert S., '43 Eng., 254 Franklin St., 

Framingham 
White, Anthony J., '43 Eng., 15 Feneno Tr., Brookline 
White, Arthur, Jr., '45 L.A., 29 Westover St., Everett 
White, Howard J., '45 Eng., 22 Royal St , Lawrence 
White, Joseph J., '43 B.A., 22 Tolman St., Canton 
White, Ralph P., '44 Eng., 142-50th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
White, Ralph W., Jr., '45 B.A., 54 Kirkland Cir., 

Wellesley Hills 
White, Robert T., '45 B.A., 64 Fruit St., Milford 
White, Thomas G., '45 B.A., 74 Walnut Hill Rd., 

Brookline 
White, William J., '44 Eng., 29 Wesley St., Somerville 
Whiteacre, Robert W., '45 Eng., 206 Cabot St., 

Newtonville 
Whitford, John R., '43 Eng., 30 Salem St., Wakefield 
Whitman, Neal L., '44 Eng., 39 Walnut St., Everett 
Whitney, Elliott G, '45 Eng., 18 Court End, Middleboro 
Whitney, Gardner, '44 B.A., 38 Lovell Rd., Melrose 
Whittier, Wilfred H., '45 B.A., 11 Beech St., 

Woodsville, N. H. 
Wiita, John A., '44 Eng., Cross St., South Ashburnham 
Wilbur, Arnold G., '45 Eng., 108 School St., 

Jamaica Plain 
Wilbur, Merle R., '43 B.A , 45 Highland Ave., Haverhill 
Wilkins, John H., '44 Eng., 11 Endicott St., 

Newton Highlands 
Wilkinson. Richard N., '44 L.A., 10 Castle St., Saugus 
Willette, Chester E., '43 L.A., Patten, Me. 
Willey, Herbert F., '43 Eng., Main St., Milton, N. H. 
Williams, Lynde G., '45 Eng., Ward Rd., Southboro 
Willis, Robert H., '43 L.A., 34 Buffington St., Fall River 
Wilson, Albert T., '43 L.A., 187 Village St., Medway 
Wilson, Lawrence T., '43 Eng., Ill Province St., 

Richford, Vt. 
Winslow, John E., '43 B.A., 9 Squanto Rd., Quincy 
Winters, Robert L., '45 B.A., 228 Washington St., 
Islington 



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Winton, Matthew B., '44 Eng., 15 John St., Chelsea 
Witis, Edward A., '44 Eng., 46 Waldo St., Brockton 
Woewicki, Anthony, '43 Eng., 5 Dinsmore PI., Natick 
Wolf, John M., '43 B.A., 149 Lake Ave., 

Greenwich, Conn. 
Wolf, Joseph, '44 L.A., 71 Ellington St., Dorchester 
Wong, Chatson, '44 Eng., 65-A Beach St., Boston 
Wong, Edward S. F., '45 Eng., 36^2 Harrison Ave., 

Boston 
Wood, David B., '45 Eng., 10 Clark Ave., Beverly 
Wood, Robert D., '45 Eng., 8 Blossom St., Worcester 
Wood, Robert S., '44 Eng., 37 Faywood Ave., E. Boston 
Wood, Stanley, '43 Eng., 6 Worcester St., Taunton 
Woodberry, Paul T., '45 Eng., 6 Giddings Ave., Beverly 
Woodcock, Allan, Jr., '45 L. A., 150 Union St., 

Bangor, Me. 
Woodruff, Dwight C, Jr., '43 B.A., Fairview Rd., 

Lunenburg 
Woods, Gordon G., '44 Eng., 5 Mt. Vernon St., 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Woodward, William B., '44 Eng., 90-A Angell St., 

Providence, R. I. 
Worrey, H. Stanley, '44 B.A., 16 Brewster Rd., 

Framingham 
Wray, Albert W., '44 Eng., 108 County St., Attleboro 
Wright, Creighton B., '44 B.A., 420 Marlborough Rd., 

Yonkers, N. Y. 



Wright, John N., '45 Eng., 255 Pearl St., 

Burlington Vt. 
Wyszynski, George P., '44 L.A., 630 Dorchester Ave., 

Boston 



Yankowski, George E., '45 B.A., 59 Palfrey St., 

Watertown 
Yellin, Hyman, '43 Eng., 79 Myrtle St., Boston 
Yeremian, George J., '43 Eng., 173 Fellsway West, 

Medford 
Yiannacopoulos, Andrew, '44 Eng., 46 Falmouth St., 

Boston 
Young, Gerald, '44 Eng., 58 Steele Ave., 

Gloversville, N. Y. 
Young, Bobert G., '44 Eng., 36 Dalton Rd., Belmont 



Zachirchuk, John, '45 Eng., 50 Copeland St., Boston 
Zimmerman, Edward L., '44 B.A., 15 Vernon St., 

Brookline 
Ziner, Irwin N., '45 Eng., 269 Bainbridge St., Maiden 
Zisson, James P., '43 L.A., 105 Lafayette St., Salem 
Zmijewski, Walter J., '44 Eng., 23 Boardman St., Salem 
Zonn, Lincoln M., '43 L.A., 78 Metropolitan Ave., 

Roslindale 
Zwicker, Leon P., '44 Eng., 10 Dell Ave., Hyde Park 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



n/E, the Cauldron Board, are indebted to several persons 
who have made our work easier in the compilation of Volume XXI. 

Professor Everett C. Marston, acting Faculty Adviser to the Cauldon 
for the ninth consecutive year, has cheerfuly devoted countless hours 
in the interest of this book. His wholehearted co-operation has light- 
ened our load tremendously. To him and the 1943 Cauldron Staff, we 
offer best wishes for the book which they have already started on. 

Russell C. Knight, of the Stobbs Press, receives our thanks for his 
wealth of experience which he has made available for the layout and 
design of this book. 

Messrs. Waid and Miss Dempsey, of the Waid Studios, receive our 
sincere thanks and best wishes. 

We also express our appreciation to Ernest Zitke, '46E, who has added 
greatly to this Volume with his pertinent cartoons. 

We are indebted to many of the secretaries of the University, particu- 
larly Miss Dorothy Peppard of the Student Activities Department, who 
has given us cheerful and very helpful co-operation throughout the year. 

We are also grateful to the Administration which has financed this 
book and made it available to every senior. 



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