All Hallows High School - Halloween Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1946
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NEW YORK CITY
HIS EMINENCE FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN
Archbnshop of New York
IN PRODUCING THE I946 "Halloween"
we aim to present a fitting souvenir
which for years to come will keep by our
sides the fine memories of the faculty
and our fellow classmates.
lt is our fond wish that this volume
may become a beneficial influence, in-
spiring us to remain loyal to the noble
ideals instilled into our minds during our
stay at All Hallows.
Provmcuol Amerncon Province
VERY REV BRO J P NOONAN
Chrustuon Brothers of Ireland
REV. BRO, J. A, KELLY
REV BRO H A FILEHNE
IXTY-THREE young men take their leave of All Hallows this
year, Having received an education second to none, and pre-
pared spiritually, physically, and mentally, they are about to enter
a world that knows no peace, that respects no authority but force,
that scotfs at God and religion.
Their mission in life, in whatever vocation they may be, is to
remain loyal and staunch to the principles which they have been
taught to know and reverence. May they always be true to God,
country and All Hallows.
JOSEPH P ADAIR
Joe entered All Hallows nn hrs junuor year but
was quuck to gann popularnty among hls class
mates Has excellent sense of humor and should
go far on hus personaluty A rabud sports fan
he us also a-perseversng student Plans to study
engnneernng at Manhattan College
LEON F BRAC
lmmednotely recognlzable by hls cheerful
nature Leo has been a welcome classmate sunce
enternng A H A good szngles player he hos
greatly avded the tennns team sunce o rumor
Durnng has flrst three years he was an the glee
club Leo plans to attend Fordham College
JAMES A BRADY
All Hallows should be pretty famllsar to .lum
by now as he has been here snnce l938 when
he entered the grammar school Was actlve on
the Halloween and a varsity basketball man
oger as a sensor Future us undecuded
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WILLIAM J BRERETON
Bull s carefree wltty manner makes ham one
of the most popular students In thus years
graduatmg class He achieved fame on both
the gruduron and the cunder path Wnll probably
be carrying the ball for Uncle Sam before the
year IS out
ALBERT B CARR
Another old tnmer AI entered All Hallows
IH the fourth grade A four year member of
the school band he was one of the founders of
the swung band I-Ins sunny dlsposltlon and
quuck wut should carry hum far un later lnfe
WILLIAM P CARROLL
Bull has been a versatule and excellent foot
ball and basketball player After two years
lay vee he became quarterback on the varsity
In gunuor and senuor years he played baseball
Frlendly and a good muxer as well Blll should be
a success at Fordham Unuverslty
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JOSEPH A COLLERAN
Joe s greatest asset as has magnetlc person
allty which has made hum one of the most
popular seniors Was honor student and mem
ber of glee club An able mathematnclan Joe
plans to study engnneerlng at Manhattan Col
RICHARD J CRAY
Although Duck dld not enter All Hallows
untll hus sensor year he :mmeduately became
active In vanous school actnvntues Took an
actnve part In debatung and dramatucs Lskes
basketball and baseball lntends goung to col
lege after Uncle Sam as fnnnshed wlth hum
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ROBERT A D AMICO
Bobs forensuc talents have won hm' much
popularuty sunce he entered the school un fresh
man year l-le was rmmedxately tabbed as a
natural IH debatung and has won many honors
ID speech ls a good student Future as unde
RICHARD E DeMARCO
Rvchle IS qunte at home nn All Hallows hor
mg gone through both the grammar and hugh
schools A hard worker and an avld student
he ns popular among the sensor class Rlchue
intends to enroll at Vnrgmua Mnlntary Instltute
pursuvng a mulltary career
WALTER F DI LLEMUTH
Walter IS a true All Hallows man havmg
entered the grammar school In the furst grade
Has been a member of the bond slnce hls gram
mar school days and was active on the tennis
team for two years Plans to study for the priest
hood at Maryknoll
DANIEL F DILLON
Dan the other half of the Dullon twuns as o
qulet good natured fellow who never focused
attention on himself A four year member of
X fl A the glee club he IS also an effucnent scholar
A S Plans to study mednclne
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THOMAS J DILLON
Luke hrs brother Tom us qulet and good
natured and also bears a remarkable resem
blance to htm physlcally The glee club has
been hrs prnncupol actuvuty throughout hes hugh
school tenure Torn ns uncertaun as to hns col
lege preference because of has age
JAMES J DINAN
Jum IS a quuet amuable fellow admlred and
respected by all A good student he proved has
athletnc abnlnty by captannnng the layvee foot
ball team ln has sophomore year Also appeared
nn several school productuons as a member of the
dramatlc socuety Hopes to become an engnneer
JAMES J DOYLE
Jum us another grammar school alumnus
havung entered All Hallows In the fnrst grade
A four year honor man Jnm was a varsuty bas
ketballer In lunuor and senror years Hopes to
take enguneenng at Manhattan College
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HOWARD P EVERNGAM
Hownes artustnc accomplrshments seen for
four years on The Blue and Whlte and The
Halloween ar hns chnef but not has only
claim to fame He was a member of the track
team and a four year honor man wlth a lean
:ng toward math and the scuences lntends to
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JAMES E FEEN EY
Jnm ns the thoughtful pensnve type lmper
turbable and sincere A four year member of
the track team he was also a member of the
d batxng club and the dramatnc socrety for a
year each Jlm s future IS undecuded
Rf, UQWA, PETER F FINNERTY
An All Hallows man sunce l936 Pete as one
if M of the most popular sensors A good all around
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AUSTIN T FITZGERALD
Fitz s popularrty us fnttnngly attested to by
the fact that he us presudent of hrs class Has
been a four year member of the band and
played varsnty football and baseball A good
student he untends to complete hrs educatuon
at Holy Cross College
THOMAS F FLAHERTY
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Tom has attended All Hallcws for only one
y ar but qulckly adgusted hamself and became
a good student A furst strung tackle on the
football team he was a defenswe bulwark A
good student and a congenual classmate Tom
plans an enguneerung career begmnmg t
But two years here Tom has become a con
snstent student In all subjects He has been
promlnent an Intramural sports partlcularly
basketball Always wrth a smile he has become
a frlend to many Tom as at present undeclded
as to a college
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JOHN J GARLAND
Jack rs an All Hallows boy from way back m
the trfth grade ls an excellent student having
been an honor man ever snnce he entered Was
The Halloween managed the varslty base
ball team and was actrve on the debatmg club
for two years Hopes to get degree IH Clvnl
Engineering at Manhattan College
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RICHARD F HARGROVE
Duck came from Sacred Heart to start at All
Hallows In has freshman year Hrs keen sense
of humor has made hum popular wuth class
mates Was four year member of glee club ln
tends to enter the medical protessron
PETER J HAYES
Pete has been un All Hallows only two years
but his naturally quxck wut carrned hum to rm
meduate popularuty Played varsrty football for
two years compensating for hrs lack of suze
wuth a great heart Ambntnon undecuded
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JAMES M HENNESSY
Bug Jem was an actnve member on both
the varsity baseball and football teams In hrs
gunlor and sensor years Besides bemg an ac
complnshed athlete he us earnest and atten
tnve In class securrng good grades Jum favors
Manhattan College as has future school
JOHN F HOGAN
John as practucally an Institution at All Hal
lows havung entered the grammar school nn the
furst grade He was a member of the tenms
team for two years and played wlth the band
for four years Noted for hrs suave pleasant
manner No defonute plans for the future
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WILLIAM P HOGAN
What Wnlhe lacks nn height he makes up an
personaluty As hls classmates can testnfy he
makes fraends wlth all those wuth whom he
comes In contact Was member of the glee
club and as also a rabld sports fan Plans to
enter Iona College upon graduatnon
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WILLIAM K HUMPHREY
An A H grammar school graduate Bull was
no stranger when he entered the hugh school In
trrst and second years he was an the glee Club
and while o senlor was on the Halloween
staff He us gonng to Manhattan where he wnll
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DAN I EL G JONES
Durlng has stay at A H Dan excelled ID
football o regular for two seasons A member
of the track team for three years he competed
IH the Penn Relays A good student Dan has
mamtanned a hugh average He hopes to study
chemistry at Scranton Unlversuty
EUGENE H KELLY
Gene has b en a member of the track team
for four years and a Penn relaylst for two H
has been a feature wrnter on the Blue and
Whnte for three years and class presudent as a
senlor Tall and ever humorous Gene IS de
servedly lnked by all
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THOMAS J KENT
Tom was on the paper staff two years as
typust and assocuate edutor and on the Hal
loween thus year A member of the tennus
team for three years An honor student sunce
enterung A H he us very gutted Tom plans an
aeronautucal course at Stevens lnstutute
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Don another All Hallows grammar school
alumnus was an honor mon throughout hugh
school He was a member of the band for four
years and us noted for hus baton twurlung Was
two year member of swummung team and co
captaun as a senuor Plans to study meducune
Bruce entered the hugh school department
from A H grammar school He us unterested un
all actuvutues and was an actuve partucupator un
the debate club sunce hus uunuor year A stead
fast worker and fruend Bruce has decuded on
Manhattan College s enguneerung course
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V In acklrtnon to being a gob d onscnentlous
studefh ke IS probably the most versatule
q late e e fo attend All Hallows Played four
,Ay ars -of rslty football and basketball and
hree yfars of varsity baseball amassed eleven
letters and won All Cnty honors nn all
ee sports Popular he has been a class
offncer every year
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CORNELI US J LYONS
Nell us practically a permanent fsxture at All
Hallows havlng been active nn Blue and Whnte
affairs sxnce he entered an the flrst grade H
as one of the maunstays of the band played the
saxophone sunce way back an grammar school
days lntends to go to Fordham Unnversuty
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WILLIAM T MACK
Bulls lovsal personalnty and qunck wrt have
won hum much popularity slnce he entered the
school un freshman year A member of the de
batung socuety for four years he was elected
presudent as a sensor ls a good student and
lnked by all Arms at pournallsm
EDWARD T MATTHEWS
RAYMON D M MANCISON
Ray has been outstandung un musucal abuluty
sunce he entered A H He was actuve un the
band for four years and led the swung band un
hus senuor year Possessed of a genual humor
ous character he us well luked Ray plans to
attend Holy Cross mauorung un buo chemustry
LEONARD J MARSHALL
From hus furst days un All Hallows Len has
contunually obtauned good grades Len played
tennus whule a uunuor and managed the basket
ball and baseball teams un hus senuar year l
quuet yet earnest un class and a staunch sup
porter of all athletucs Hus zeal and actuve un
terest assure later success
Quuet and unassumung Ed has made many
fruends whule at All Hallows Thus year he us
edutor of the Blue and Whute a well as a
member of the yearbook staff Ed has maun
tauned a hugh scholastuc record wunnung the
General Excellence medal for three years
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An a Iete of great versatulnty as well as an
excellent student Duck does full justnce to each
Chosen All Met center he thus crowns a four
year football career whole contnnuung on the
basketball and baseball squads Hrs frnendlnness
and sportsmanshup wall and hum nn Notre Dame
EDWARD A MCGUIRE
Ed entered All Hallows un February of l943
He was a member of the glee club un turst and
second years Ed has played both gayvee and
varslty football guard on thus year s basketball
team and as a star baseballer He as a credut
both athletlcally and scholastucally
RICHARD J MCNALLY
Duck who has been here since the fnfth
grade IS one of thus year s most popular sensors
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Played yayvee football and managed yarsuty
football for a year each and was three tumes
varsnty basketball manager Was member of
glee club lntends to complete has educatlon at
Holy Cross College
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JOHN J MORON EY
John has been an actnve member of the
present graduatmg class snnce he jonned at back
an freshman year An honor student and four
year member of the glee club he was also ac
tnve rn nntramural athletlcs Future plans un
Famous for his drawings In the Blue an
Whste Jnm panned the staff In flrst year H
was also un the glee club A good student and
persistent In hxs work Jrm nevertheless has
tlrne to be an Interesting humorlst Future :S
Tom came here as a sophomore and qulckly
became known He played varsuty football nn hrs
ecand thurd and fourth years A malnstay an
the track team he has been actuve ever slnce
has entrance ln second year Tom has competed
ln bath the Penn and West Paint relays
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WILLIAM K O CONNELL
Great muslcal and scholastlc talents are nn
herent ln Ball and he has used them fully during
hrs sux years nn A H Modest un manner he
has galned a good number of fruends by hls
sterlnng character Bull plans to attend Notre
Dame where he wull study law
JOHN B OFLANAGAN
Brendan has establlshed hnmself on the debate
team being a four year member ln the dra
matuc club tlrst and second years and on the
swnmmlng team has last two years Brendan
has been a flne student sunce enterung an flfth
grade He plans to pursue hls publuc speakung
Tam s qulck wut served to make hum one of
the most popular senlors Played two years of
varslty football as well as vntramural basketball
and was a member of the band Plans to com
plete educatlon at Manhattan College
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THOMAS P PUNCH
Both sports and studses have been success
fully mastered by Tom who was a three year
honor man and a three year dependable on the
track team Was also member of the glee club
for two years Hopes to study yournalnsm
FRANCIS P QUINN
Sincere amiable and above all friendly
Frank IS zealous and perseverlng an all hrs un
dertakungs The band claimed hum during has
furst two yeors here whale rn has junuor and
sensor ones he was an outstandmg shot putter
and an energetnc debater Has future plans nn
clude attendance at Holy Cro s
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DANIEL V REIDY
St Rose of Llma as the grammar school whuch
produced Dan who has been o promment mem
ber of hrs class slnce flrst year Is one of class s
b st comedlans along wnth other occomplush
ments Was honor student ond member of the
debatung team Ambntnon IS pharmacy
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THOMAS J ROWLAN D
Tall modest and dulugent are aduectuves
whuch descrub Tom ln furst and second years
he was a member of the track team as a hugh
uumper An ardent backer of all school actuvu
tues he has nevertheless establushed a hugh
scholastuc average Tom s future us undecuded
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ROBERT J RUSSELL
Rus ha shown hus spurut throughout hus hugh
school career by an enthusuastuc backung of all
sports Rus was un the band on the swummung
team and un the glee club Cornpanuonable and
a wullung student Rus should go for at Man
hattan un enguneerung
JOSEPH A SHEEHAN
Joe s popularuty us futtungly attested to by the
fact that he rose to vuce presudent of hus class
as a senuor after only two years un the school
Played varsuty basketball for two years and
football and baseball for one each Ambutuon
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EUGENE T SHERI DAN
Gene ns practucally a permanent fnxture at
All Hallows hovlng been active In Blue and
Whute affaurs sunce he entered an the second
grade He rs one of the maunstays of the band
having been a member sunce hrs grammar
school days Hos expressed a preference for
Holy Cross College
JOHN J SLAYNE
The glee club held John s mterest throughout
hrs four years here Quuet and ottentlve to hxs
work he has mauntauned a good average whsle
makmg lastnng frnendshrps among his fellow
classmates Wuth thas background John IS sure
to succeed an has chosen vocotuon-aeronoutvcal
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Dependabrlnty ond frnendluness are the key
notes of Jumrnys popularuty among the stu
dents Opposed to hus modest nature IS has en
thusuastuc support of athletncs Jnm has also
galned repute by hls baseball playing After
graduatuon he plans a scuentuflc career at Notre
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port t also y man gmg t e teams He was
manager of oth the football and basketba
squads 'last year Plans to ent Navy
college at M l T Awar of Sm: y s std as
determlnatuo we ws 4m alL.,5gr:cess
H WILLIAM TONERY
Bull dldn t enter All Hallows untnl has gumor
year but hus amiable dusposntlon won hum many
fnends Played J V baseball as a junxor and
graduated to the varsnty thus year Would luke
to be a sports wruter
VICTOR F TREBAY
Vlc us a tall affable fellow who secured many
companions whsle at All Hallows In sophomore
year he added has javelsn to the track team
The swnmmmg team gained many pounts through
Vac In sennor year He plans to attend Cornell
where he can study medlcnne
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JOSEPH A WEITE
Joe came t th school as
sophomore and lmmednately be
came a member ot the debate
club He was a debater rn hrs sec
ond and thnrd years A hard work
:ng student at all subjects Joe s
very Interested In radio H nn
tends golng to eether M I T
JOHN W WYNNE
Combined with natural common
sense there are large helplngs of
lntelllgence and character In John
Sunce entering All Hallows nxne
years ago he has been a member
ofthe glee club and has played an
tramural basketball Bucknell Un:
versrty has John s vote and there
he hopes to become an engnneer
JOHN M ZIEGLER
Johnnne IS an etfncuent student
tors Thrwes on math and the sc:
ences Was a three year member
of the band and a marnstay nn the
popular dance band Proudly an
nounces that he comes from Sacred
EAL KEENAN S deoth tollownng on oppendectomy whale
ot has tomuly s home at Rockowoy nn the summer of l944
wos deeply mourned by students ond Brothers
lntellsgence slnceruty o good Catholic ond on outstond
:ng All Hollows spnrut were quolutues so strong nn thus young
boy os to moke hum monly beyond has yeors
r-las memory wrll lrve long rn the holls of All Hollows os on
exomple to those who wlll pass through them In the yeors to
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BRO. M. F. GARVEY
Front Row Raymond Mancison James Feeney John Moroney James Dinan
James Doyle Albert Carr Don ld Kiesel William Mack
Second Row William Humphrey Robert DAmico Thomas Punch Austin
Fitzgerald Cornelius Lyons Joseph Weite John Garland John Hogan
Third Row: Walter Dillemurh, Richard McNally, Leonard Marshall, Brendan
O'Flanagan, Daniel Reidy, Thomas O'l-lare, William O'Connell.
Back Row: John Ziegler, Richard Cray, James Hennessy, Eugene Sheridan,
Thomas Rowland, Joseph Sheehan, Thomas Kent.
Front Row: Douglas Sealy, Joseph Adair, Bruce Kroog, William Brereton
Thomas Newman, Robert Russell, Thomas Gannon, Richard De Marco.
Second Row: William Hogan, Joseph Colloran, Leon Brac, Peter Hayes,
Francis Quinn, James Moyna, Peter Finnerty, Daniel Jones, James Smith.
Third Row: John Wynne, Edward McGuire, Richard McCarthy, Victor Tre-
bay, Donald Whalen, James Smith, William Carroll.
Back Row: Thomas Dillon, Eugene Kelly, Daniel Dillon, Howard Everngam
Thomas Flaherty, Michael Lawless, John Slayne.
BRO. VY. C. PENNY
BRO R J DOWDELL
Front Row Armand Adovasno Patrlck Corcoran Joseph Duggan George
Vetter Wnllram Fuchs Anthony Sangluolo Nncholas Atklnson James Swan
Second Row Thomas Martnn Vnctor Carl Edward Knlgallen Francns Splnale
John Fletcher George McGlnty Gerard Johnson Gerard Meenagh
Back Row Gerald l-larrrngton Paul Kelley Thomas Kavanaugh Joseph
Kelly John Haugh Francls Trmoney Allan Glordano
Front Row John Knlgallen Tumothy Regan John Junghans Edmond OBrien
Thomas Cunnlngham Wnlluam Duthle Arthur McCartney
Second Row Joseph Gauzza James O Donnell Richard Cote Thomas Lenper
John Sullnvan Rnchard McHugh Rlchard Walsh Ernest Codelua John Tooley
Thurd Row Joseph McAIeer John Grundy John Carson John Huggins
Merednth Jones Barron O Bruen Walter Harnetf
Back Row John Murray Robert Grogan Lawrence O Keefe James Hourlhan
Rlchard Vlcenzu Joseph Burbrldge John Murdy
BRO J A HEERAN
BRO C B MILLER
Front Row: Joseph Burns, Vincent Donohue, Joseph Frango, Edward Gould,
Anthony D'Angelo, Robert Albert, Charles Farrell, James Rice.
Second Row: Thomas Farragher, Gerard Delaney, Robert Knopf, Lawrence
Fay, Robert Schehr, Robert Fay, Richard Griffin, Vincent Dolan, William Stolz.
Third Row: Richard Jheerin, Robert Berke, Daniel Finn, James McCarthy,
John O'Sullivan, Sean Holly.
Back Row: Thomas Dunne, Donald Tubridy, John Mazziotta, Donald Mack-
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BRO E T FlTZPATRlCK
Front Row Stephen Huggard Joseph Roldan Patrlck Sullrvan Nell Merkl
Second Row John Kltne Harry Furey Thomas Cllfford Charles Felten
James Whlte Kenneth Fl no John Farrell
Thrrd Row Thomas McCaffrev James Far ey Wllllam Sweeney Mrchael
Greco John Yurasrts Edward Shannon Eugene Shannon Francls Hanley John
Fodrth Row Laurence Flynn Wrllrarn Capron Vtncent Stewart James Hay
den Robert l-ledlund Tn mas Ward Francrs McTernan Patrick Fahey
Back Row Edward NAcLaughl n John Brosnan Stephen Dnllon John Lang
Dodds Charles! n Wrll am Rooney Br an O Flanagan
Front Row Ernest Capaldo John Kelly Sal D1 Glacomo Gerard McNeull
Second Row Phrllp Bray Ronald Flynn Robert Allen Robert Fallon John
Smlth James Bernert Cornel us Dennehy
Thurd Row Richard Callahan Ronald Mlllngt n Edm nd Avlles George
Duffy George Taylor Peter Scent n Raymond Martln John Welch Cllfford ODea
Fourth Row R bert Slowey Wrllram Wlnes Wx" am P mg Thomas Eaton
James Larson James Hahn Paul Stapleton Mnchael Sweeney Luke Paduan
Back Row Thomas Connelly Francis Farmer Patrlck Sherldan Francus ar
roll Robert C rr John Goss Carroll Ryan Robert Hawthorn
BRO J M EUAN
BRO NA K OCONNE L
Front Row Ruchard Puckett Robert Paladlnl Stephen Douglas Bart Lombard:
Joseph Faruna John Horan James Hagan
Second Row Robert O Connor John Qhendan Thomas Curtin Wulluarn Maz
zocca Vlncent Dougherty Michael O Dea Joseph Rlley John Rnchardson Wulluam
Whate Cyril Loum au Eamon McKenna
Back Row R ger Hanafn Fredenck Nlrschel Edward OGorman Peter
Kelly Eugene Lust: Peter ORellly Muchael McCarthy
Front Row Wllllam Dumas John Leahy Rchard Cook Robert Semenza
Alden Devereux Donald Coyne Ennque de Ia Rosa
Second Row James Allers James St John Wulluam Doyen Frank Burns
Francls Glbbons Danlel l-llckey Frank Emanuel Edward Madngan
Thlrd Row Gerald Read Gerard Lyons Raymond Ryan John Bennett John
Ambrose James Tommaney Frank Rlce
Back Row Joseph Tommaney Leo Callahan Peter Hlgguns John Curran
BRO Vx R YOLJNGHANS
Front Rcwi Thomas Crvrnbfe, Jarnes Mulhohand, Edward Arroyave, James
Krrrneade, Jarnes Maroney, Edward Pard., Edward Chaplin.
Second Row: Anthony Corcoran, John Harrington, Michael Hennessey, WI!-
Irarn M:D:nald, John Ca n, Patrrck McManus, Rrchard Donavan, Leonard Gram-
rnel, Joseph O'Dea.
Thrrd Rav.: John ODonneU, Roger Couture, Waiter Leary, John Nesbitt,
Richard Duggan, Waiter Cotter, Patnck McGrath.
Back Rowg W,EIram O'Shaoghnessv, John Diofey, John Hickey, Joseph Lie-
ber, Aifred Mcrfolrooggh, Jarnes Hrggms, Rsjberf Mahoney.
Front Row James Wuetzel James Rafferty Thomas Traunor Wnllnarn Mul
hern Wtllnarn Keough Wxlfrnd McAulnffe John Cassudy
Second Row Thomas Hunt Nvcholas Scocca Joseph Clrleco Ronald Golden
Joseph Conway Martln Haran Chnstopher Barrett Paul Mazzola
Thnrd Row Robert J hnson Thomas Dolan Thomas Bowen Anthony Ca
palbo John Porter Horace Gnbbs Vnncent Osterndorf
Ba k Row Lawrence Kipp Danuel Farrell George Hewutt John Sweeney
MR ROBERT DALLIN
MR NN ILLIAM MCCARTHY
Front Row John Walther James Cassldy Roy Mahoney Loren Anderson
Terry OGrady John D lan Fred Tenney
Second Row Frank Ambrosnno Francns Vnllam Harold Blngh George Lowell
John McGroarty George Murray Robert Gnbson
Thlrd Row Robert Pas one Francus Grannto James Bateman Walter Hent
schel Francls Maher Edward Nugent
Back Row Joseph Mclntyre Thomas l-llggons Thomas OConnor Thomas
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Burbrrdge Bruce Carr nhomas Sheehan James Vasrlrou
Second Row Edward Kearney Wlllram Goln John ONeull Edward Donald
John McGrnn Pnerre d Alberhs
Thlrd Row Joseph Fox J seph Armellln Donald Enright Andrew Cunnrng
ham Thomas Crean John Murphy James Delaney James Serter
Back Row Charles Loughran George Sulllvan Harold Sullivan Barry Kelly
John Mornarty Harold Raynes Bernard du Targuonn
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Front Row Wnlllam Nlchols Harry Howe Danrel Sheehy John Hnggms
Wlllram McNulty Peter Grupe John Gaffney
Second Row Davld Kane Thomas Brown Martln Capuano Paul Frawley
Anthony Cannatta Patrlck Kuernan Joseph Cahlll James Klernan Wlllnam Garry
Thlrd Row Edward Pecora Jordan lssackedes Brlan Maher James Dona
hue James Sweeney Robert Goodman Eugene O Rerlly Venard Kunney
Back Row Mrchael McEntegart Davld Harlow John Brodre Kevln Barry
David Hal :day Nona d Cody Thomas Whaler
Front Row Ruchard Freda John Sheernns Joseph Ryan Arthur Pnzzuto
John Ess Chrustopher Backe Louus DeLuca Patnck Marrnnan
Second Row Wnllnam Moul Anthony Calabrese Kevun Ettnnger Wnlluam
Dnxon Robert Pmtavalle Tumothy Buck Joseph Kung Wullnam Cam Eugene SldOfI
Thnrd Row Joseph Fltzgerald Francrs Boyle James McGee Francns McDer
mott Joseph Murray Francis Reddnngton Gerard McNally John McMahon
Back Row Myron Hewntt Myles OReuIIy John Englnsh Ronald OKeefe
James McOwen Vuncent Kuhn Thomas McDermott Anthony DAngelo
BRO F J BERNARD
N objective of Catholic education is to provide the Church with religious
and intelligent leaders. In this respect, All Hallows is a leader. Religious
services during the year were many and diversified.
The class-day started with a half-hour's religious instruction and doc-
trine. ln this period we were taught to know, love, and serve God, and thus
fulfill the true purpose of our creation.
The Chapel was always open for a brief visit to One Who was always
there waiting for us-to listen to us and to help us.
The First Friday Mass and Communion, a tradition in All Hallows, kept
the students close to the Divine Master.
During the year, many talks on vocations were given by the Brothers
and visiting priests. A special week in May was set aside for this all-important
The success of each class-room campaign for the support of the missions
showed that all students were "mission-minded."
The Annual Retreat was given by Father Clarke, SJ. The three days
devoted to this retreat were of immeasurable spiritual value.
Catholic Press Month, February, was set aside for a consideration and
exhibition of the leading Catholic publications.
May and June were months of special devotion to the Blessed Mother
and the Sacred Heart. ln May, the students daily gathered about the statue
of Mary to recite her beads and to praise her with hymns-
F th Cl k , S. J., ' t th P I blessing
hymn follows the beads at May devotions. a er ar ai c0nclusFo1rIiabfsretFeatFpa I
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Teddy as known for has smulung face
and happy dlsposstlon He has mann
tanned average marks durlng hrs stay
at A H and IS a wullnng worker Hrs
favorlte pastnmes are tumblrng and
keepmg people happy
Dennls us an honor student snncere
stralghtforward and popular wnth all
A keen wut keeps hlmself and hls
frnends smullng He lS an ardent stamp
collector on the sxde and all are con
fldent of has success
Eddue came to A H In hns last year
He us qulet and mannerly wuth a sense
of humor These qualntles have made
many frlends He us a member of the
school band and has has heart IH all
that he does
John ns one of the class wuts Seldom
lf ever does he frown He as a mem
ber of the school bond and has on
ottractnve personalnty He wull do well
as he can make frmends and nnfluence
George ns a serlous thoughtful
young man He wornes about hrs
HENRY CLANCY dutles but always fulfulls them to the
Henry entered the class ln the lat leffef H9 'S EXOCT kmd Q9"le"0U5
ter port of the year He IS a capable Gnd humorous In SDIYS of hImSElf
student and a hard worker He col
lects stamps Dunng hrs short stay
he has made many fruends and has
become qunte popular
Joe has been at A H snnce the flrst
grade Of a happy nature he IS al
ways laughing or causnng others to
laugh He has been on the football
and basketball teams and all admlre
hrs school spnrnt and generous nature
GERARD DI LLEMUTH
Gerard as a quiet lnkeable fellow
Hrs spnrut of hard work has been mann
tanned durnng has elght years at A H
Huntmg and flshlng are hrs favorntes
although he has always followed the
Gram teams also
George IS a perpetually smrlung
capable person Besldes playmg an the
band he has played on the football
and basketball teams He IS luked for
hrs spurlt and easy gonng manner
Peter IS a budding sclentnst Many
thunk he planned the atomic bomb
Hrs taste IS for the more sernous works
and the fruut of thus was his fnne per
formance In the school operetta I
addntnon he has made many fruends
smce has early days en fnrst grade
Vmny ns a small man wrth a bug
personallty He as a good student
plays clarinet an the school band and
the plana as o hobby Wuth hls perse
verung and studuous character h
should do well
Albert IS of a shy returlng dlsposn
tnon He returned to A H after an
absence of two years Many fnend
shnps have been renewed svnce has
return and he has done much to make
the dramatnc group o success
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enghth grade after an absence of three
years He has serlous moments but ns
usually smnlung and happy He has
played nn the school bond and does
much to keep the class smnllng
E came to A H ln e elghth
grade from'New Jersey Has played
wnth the basketball team and engoys
tumblung Hrs ready smule and ablllty
to handle hnmself have mode hrs short
Bull entered A H un the elghth
grade The dramatuc group and the
basketball team were has Interests
Has great school spurlt has made hum
luked by all
Johnny hos been among the hughest
ranklng students slnce he came to
A H un the suxth grade When not
readlng he IS usually laughlng but
always malntauns hls honor roll over
age A splrut of frlendlmess and kund
ness keeps ham popular
JAMES HOYN ES
Jlm IS one of the regulars on the
basketball team and also played foot
ball He dad great work un the school
operetta and IS qunte capable nn the
lntellectual fneld Hus pleasant manner
has golned many friends
Dennns us the class presldent Played
on the football and basketball teams
and has always kept on the honor roll
Has sunceruty deep sense of justlce and
humor have made hum the most popu
lar member of the graduatlng class
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Phrl rs the class treasurer Havrng
played on the football and basketball
teams he rs a capable athlete Hrs
easy gorng manner and generosrty
have made Pleasant Moments lrked
Joe has a brg heart Of a reserved
nature he rs more than wrllrng to do
hrs share All admrre hrs school sprrrt
and abrlrty to ht rn wherever he rs
Jrm rs quret and cooperatrve He
plays rn the band and does thrngs rn a
reserved orderly manner Always wrll
rng he can be relred upon to do hrs
share to make anythrng a success
KEVIN O BRIEN
Kevrn played basketball and foot
ball He rs a conscrentrous worker and
helped rn no small manner to make
the operetta a success Possesses a
grve and take sprrrt and has hrs heart
rn all class actrvrtres
Bob rs a member of the glee c ub
and had much to do wrth the operetta
As he couples a sprrrt of fun wrth a
sprrrt of work he rs accepted by all
Of a krnd nature hrs wrll to do what
rs rrght wrll enable hrm to succeed
Bob rs the happy go lucky type Hrs
abrlrty and wrt are always rn play A
member of the tumblrng class he rg
srncere and rs of a Irkeable nature
Has always been rnterested rn the
varrous class undertakrngs
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John has class sprrrt to perfectron
H rs relrable frank and always
happy In the operetta he demon
strated hrs abnlnty and wlllungness All
consxder hum a true and valued frlend
Phul enters heart and soul Into all
that he does Hrs work and play are
done In the qulet snncere manner that
characterlzes htm In addltnon to hrs
stamp collectrng he has collected
Jackue IS nmperturable He has
played basketball and enjoys all
sports Besides keeprng people amused
he Inkes to wrrte One of the most
popular he can always be relied on to
Inghten any servous moment
Dan rs a member of the band He
has an easy goung way about hum that
attracts A good nature with some
sernaus moments charactenzes ham
and explams hrs many frnends
Ed as annmated by a happy splrut
He IS capable and hrs Interests Ire un
dramatucs Has heart us un all that he
does and thus has done much to make
hum many friends
John IS the vrce presndent of the
class A fighting spurlt explams has
presence on the football and basket
ball teams and l'1lslast1ngfrlendsl'1lpS
In all that he does he gnves hrs best
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Henry plays clarinet in the band
and did his share to make each of its
appearances successful. A healthy
spirit of fun accompanies him wher-
ever he goes, and explains why he is
Doug is a capable, studious, ambi-
tious band member. Reading is his
hobby, but all school activities are his
interests, An honor roll average is his
usual aim and he does his best to
Arthur is a persevering worker. He
played with the basketball team and
shared in its success. Dramatics has
been his interest while sincerity and a
big heart have gained friends.
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GRAMMAR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
HE Glee Club moderated by Br J M Fntz Summons performed very credntably at the
school assemblues and In the productuon of an ongmal two act operetta, Dragons
Breath wrutten by Mrs Clare H Whntson the club durector The group of seventy voices
also studled Gregorlan Chant and sang selectlons ln two part harmony
Under Br C A Conefrey s supervlseon the Grammar School Band added to the enjoy
ment of the school s assemblnes The band supplemented the musncal rendmons of the Glee
Club at the production of the Dragon s Breath Mr Ross Gorman and Mr Frank Graf are
the band mstructors
The Stamp Club has guven the buddmg phulatelnsts of All Hallows a chance to develop
under the experuenced eye of Br J P Doyle At theur meetungs the club members dnscussed
the history of theur stamps and thenr rare qualntues and also exchanged and ouctnoned
The Dramatic Club produced four stage plays for school assemblues Directed by Br
W B Ryan, the members of the club also broadcasted three raduo plays over the school s
publlc address system and read a number of plays for apprecnatuon
The Gram Gael s football team was coached by Br F C Crean Captamed by Dennus
Meenan, the Gael s won two games and lost four
The Grammar School Basketball team had a very successful court season wnnmng flfteen
and losnng fourteen games The All Hallows fave mlssed wlnnung the coveted trophy an the
Irlsh Chnstnan Brothers Grammar School Tournament by the margin of one pount James
Haynes captamed the Gram Gaels who were coached by Bro W B Ryan Br F C Crean
coached the Mndget Gaels, who also had a successful season
Coached by Br J P Doyle, the baseball team of the Grammar School IS preparnng to
open :ts ten game season on Aprnl 24th
Flrst Row lseatedl, left to rught John Lekow Thomas OMaIIey Peter Duggan Robert Hem Donald
ODay, Herman Morales, Robert Curley, Anthony Palladmo
Second Row Mnchael Martin, John Cash, James Ttmoney, John Barrett, Brother J P Doyle, John Kenna,
John Ward, Donald Caldwell, Charles Sherman, Albert Urbma
Third Row Leonard Llgguo, Dennls Clancy, Robert Blaukne John Ireland Robert Chusholm, George Colon,
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Donatd Hump rey Robert Mauorr
Second Row Eduardo Rnccx James Wenman Arthur Zrngaro Nbert Gmordano Chodes Thompson Raymond
Gonzokes John Trmoney Joseph Mutlone Wotter OHoro Pom Grbney Rrchard Monturo Edwrn Jo nson
hard Joseph Cutvervletk John Ruse Pctncv. Tuerney Robert Courns Denms enan
Thxrd Row George Shep
Wnham Hart John Reynotds Anthony Spmno
Kenna Nlon Br uley
Bock Row James Messmck George Garvey Ted Schwarz Dannet Scomon DougJos Whrte
MrddJe Row Eort Carpenter John Btesch Vrncent Fnocco John CarroH Br Conetrey Torn Rooney H nry
Wohn Brendan Doyle Ludwug Odrerno
Kd S eronr John Warwrck Thomas Bowen RonaJd Morrozzo Lawrence
Front Row Wnhorn ODwyer Dona p
Messxck Vrctor Morosco Robert McLaughhn
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Leberter, Donatd Moss, Thomas Canton, Wttham Suthvan, Robert Fernandez.
Second Row: Mtchaet Cummins, Donatd Btatkte, Serge Lewtthtn, Wttham Ca9aJdo, Ntred Gon-Late-1., Herbert
Brouer, Francks Rugo, Gerard Frank, Robert Lettna, John Costetto.
Thkrd Row.: Joseph Ryan, DonaJd Kahn, John Saptenia, Robert Mutyey, John Wetr, Hugh Mctslatty, James
Cottey, Nrchotas Cuorno Mrs. Ctare H. Whttson, Dlrector, Edward Ptrrlaont, Eugene Dowovan, Peter SJayne,
Mrchaet Scantan, Richard Stewart, Paut RtngdaJe, Thomas Kennedy, CharJes Grogan.
Fourth Row: Brother J. M. Fit1.Srmmons, Moderator, Donatd Watther, Wlthorn Burbrtdge, Ttmothx
Dempsey, Robert Taytor, Peter Gttson, Robert Farrett, NtchoJas Monchak, Edward Gray, Ronatd Frt1.Gera'. ,
Paut Ltgglo, Edward Crabtree, James Murtha, Peter Casey.
M017-G, Robert Mtggkns, John Mannion, John Rekhy, James Haynes, Eugene O'Brken
Robert Monaghan, Gerard Dtttemuth, John Eths, Joseph Marchrony.
Fttth Row: Gary
Front Row Henry Wahn Theodore Bayer Dennns Clancy George Colon
Joseph Mullane Eduardo Ruccu Vnncent Fuocco Edward Brnehof
., Second Row Gerard D llemutn John Carroll James Messtck Pht up Saplen
za John Mannion Robert Monaghan Robert Plmrn Peter Gllson
Thnrd Row John Renlly John Tnmoney George Garvey Joseph Culverwell
Phnlnp Menna Douglas Whnte Arthur Znngaro
Back Row Wnllnam Hart Dennus Meenan Danuel Scanlon Kevnn OBrnen
James H ynes John Reynolds
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Donald Humphrey Wulluam Johnson James Byrne Allan Bruely
Second Row Wllllam Plunkett John Barrett Leonard Luggo John Van
Fossen John Ellls Robert Kunne Edward Laux Donald Speronx
Thurd Row John Kenna James Weuthman Robert Mlgglns Martln Murray
Raymond Gonzales Robert Blankue Thomas Walsh Wulllarn Sm th Theodore
R Row J hn Rlce Nicholas Moncham ru R Trern y R b C l
John lreland Anthony Sp nelln
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Front Row Ronad Seto Wlllard Lawrence Peter Slane
Albert Urbana R bert D nalwe Robert Rewnolds Mlcl-tae Ma
Second Row Edward Crabtree Lu wwg Odaerna Osborne
:rd R w P ol Exggr J n Ga a, er P rrlf l-lc
Tlmotby Colllns T rn tlm Dempsey Edward Arrugonr Franlf
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J Hn l-lan ey Robert Farrel Cnarles Sweenev
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Front Row John Doran John Lekow Henry Denkhaus Robert Zetmna Robert
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Second Row Vlctor Morosco Ruchard Morton John Sapuenza Robert Egel
Robert Mazzarl Walter Knott Paul Rnngdale Anthony Palladwno Laurence Mes
Thlrd Row John Wear Donald O Day Charles Sherman John Masson Peter
Duggan Wnllnam Secor l-lugh McNally Thomas O Malley
Back Row Donald Smith Paul Benau Eugene Meenan John Ward Tumothy
Mara Manuel Baroso George Scanlon John Cash
BRO J L MCGARRY
Front Row Peter Casey Rlchard Anagnost Alfred Gonzales Donald Blarkne
Rober! Donovan Wlllrarn Carr Dannel Duamond Rufus Overlander
Second Row James Cash Wulluam ODwyer Rschard Irvlng Vincent Farley
Ronald Torpey Frank Costello Jeremiah McCabe Gales Brophy Robert Rlccu
Third Row Gerard Frank Davld Perry Joseph Klng J hn Hogan Danze!
Cass dy R bert Mu vey Jarnes Shdrrlew rfn R nard Mentor arl Aoletta
Back Row R nald Marrazzo Nacho as Coor-no John Ryan Mrchael Frelds
Stephen 'v'r.Gee James C 'fe J hn Warw k D na'd McGee R ber? McLa.Jgh
Front Row Danlel Ahearn Davud Barrett Wnlluam Sullnvan James Gleeson
Danuel Madorran Warren McGoldr:ck Herbert Brauer Robert Sulo Donald
Walther Brian Rampacek
Second Row Donald Moss Charles Grogan Wnllnam Ahearn Bernard Mar
tm Edward Muto Mlchael Orcyre John Dallas Joseph Ryan Thomas Conroy
Back Row Charles Rnvet Gary Mozza Rnchard Stewart Wnlluam Burbrndge
Joseph Parody John McCarthy Robert Pagnucco John McVey Thomas Corless
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BRO P L LAWRENCE
Front Row John Brennan Wnlllam Nelan Colm McCloskey Wnlluam Bergen
Thomas Cronin Phrllp Vlrruoso Paul Frank Donald Stlrbls
Second Row Ramon Basora James Whmng Robert Fernandez John Fldan
za John Dolan Kevln Coleman Thomas Kennedy Thomas Conlon Adnan Basora
Third Row George McGoldrlck John Coffey Eugene Gnlson John McGrleI
Peter Magnante Mark McCloskey Samuel Foley Dems OGrady Edward Hem
Back Row Francrs Russo Thomas Manning Serge Lewrthun Robert Mor
rnson Joseph Marchaony Anthony Lneoler John Reddan
Front Row Patrlck Bergen Basel McCloskey Robert Lewns Phlllp Gulson
James Carney Rnchard Nelan John Conway Joseph Guzzetta John Farley
Mlchael Bergen Cecll Rlchardson Raoul Orcyre
Second Row Eugene Gallagher Phllup Mclntyre Stephen Gardner James
Bohan Peter Murtha Muchael Cohalan Terence Lennon Edward Romanow John
Bnelen Wnlluarn Berlnnghott Arthur Scudder Mlchael McCormuck Walter Sommer
Back Row Robert Ladau John O Brlen Thomas Cavey Peter Ward Robert
Dallas Roger Rleder Joseph Trapp James Mullins Robert Lavery Edward Greene
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DURING the last five years the band has steadily improved and this year was no exception.
Under the able direction of Ross Gorman and Frank Graf, the All Hallows musicians have
delighted audiences at football games, a Christmas entertainment, the St. Patrick's Day
Parade, the annual concert, and at the graduation.
For several hours each week, these boys have practiced such difficult classics as "Car-
men," "Poet and Peasant," "Three Kings," and "PasteI." This year, more than ever before,
there has been a tendency towards modern music. Several pieces of this type, some of which
were orchestrated especially for the band by Ross Gorman, are "Begin the Beguinef' "Ode to
Rhythm" and "Just A Little Fond Affection." In addition to these, the band played several
sparkling novelties, such as "Nell, the Farmer's Daughter" and a swing arrangement of
Important factors in the success of the band were the senior members, namely: Ray
Mancison, the student conductor and "hot" trumpeter, Gene Sheridan and John Ziegler,
trombone artists, AI Carr, Neil Lyons and Len Marshall, sax players, Jack Hogan, clarinet
and glockenspiel operator, Austin Fitzgerald, expert bass player, Walter Dillemuth on the
clarinet, Don Kiesel on the piccolo, who was the drum-major and expert twirler, Bill O'Con-
nell, the baritone player.
To Brother Heeran, the wise and patient moderator, we owe a vote of thanks. His tire-
less effort helped the band and "bandits" to achieve the high degree of perfection. Thanks
to him, the instructors, and the boys in the band for all their efforts and accomplishments.
Front Row Al Carr Geo ge Vetter Bob Car Geo ge Duffy Dodds Charleston Ray Manc son
Back Ro Bob Knopf Don Coyne Joh Hogan A stn Ftzge ald John Z egler Gene Sherndan
ROM a very nnauspscuous begnnnnng the All Hallows Dance Band formed
by Tom Draney of last year s graduating class has developed unto one
of the most popular of the school s actnvutues
Under the able leadership of Ray Manclson the band has played after
the basketball games at All Hallows and also at a number of school and par
ash affanrs of whnch Cathedral Aquunas Mt St Ursula Ursullne Academy
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tura, Thomas Connelly, John Slayne, Peter Higgzns, Vigtor oTJig3y,esdhwongangfgriegiro ' omes or ms' An hony D' Bonoven
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EBATING has long been prominent among the actavutues of the
Meeting three tnmes a week with Brother Garvey the sensor debating
club composed of sensors and junnors has competed wlth several other hugh
schools on the natnonal topuc for the year Compulsary Mllntary Trannung
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Barnabas Fordham and Cardinal Hayes
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SENIOR JUNIOR DEBATE
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BLUE AND WHITE
HE Staff of the Blue and Whlte pledges Itself to gave a thorough coverage
of news and events of and at All Hallows Much tume and labor are put
unto sts preparatlon and If ln readlng rs columns a sense of the flne splrlt
that IS the school s lS portrayed th labor wall not have been IH vaun
leave with the class of l946 an enduring memory of hugh school lute here
at All Hallows many hours have been devoted to thns present edltuon of
the Halloween, lt s here at last. May its perusal recall many happy days with
Brothers and classmates.
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Dick King's coaching ability and
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All Hallows' Gaels a winning foot-
ball combination. The squad came
back after a bad '44 season to win
five of the six games scheduled for
the '45 campaign. Congratulations
are in order to Dick King, who did
such a splendid job in his third year
as football mentor, and to the play-
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All Hallows O lona ...,........ ............. l 3
All Hallows 26 Fordham ................. ......,.. 6
All Hallows ,..,.............. Cardinal Farley ............,.,,,. O
All Hallows .................. l2 Flushing High .................. 6
All Hallows ...............,., 24 Power .....,............ ......... O
HE team led by Capt. Dick McCarthy and
eleven other returning lettermen amassed
a total of ll4 points to the opponents 31. In
the course of the season, the team won two
trophies, one from Cardinal Farley, the other
from Power Memorial. However, they relin-
quished the Ray Ruddy Trophy to Iona.
Among the teams to fall before the Blue
and White grid machine were Brooklyn Poly
Prep, 25-6, Fordham Prep, 26-6, Cardinal
Farley, 27-O, Flushing High School, l2-6, and
Power, 24-O. The lone defeat was suffered
at the hands of Iona, l3-O.
The foreward wall, which did such a fine
job both on defense and in opening up holes
for the light but speedy backs, was led by Dick
McCarthy, the team's captain and four year
varsity veteran. In reward for his ability both
on defense and offense, Dick was selected for
the World Telegram's All-Scholastic center.
Another four year veteran, Mike Lawless,
made the second All-Scholastic team. Mike
was probably the most talented end the Gaels
ever had. Not only did he make impossible
catches, but he also did the team's place-kick-
ing and punting.
Two other seniors, Tom Flaherty and Joe
Sheehan, held down the tackle positions. Both
were towers of strength to the team, Sheehan
sometimes played back on pass defense,
Gerry Johnson returned to copture ogoin
a guard spot. Gerry, who is light and scrappy,
did a fine job of blocking up the middle of the
line along with his colleague, Steve Dillon,
fourteen year old sophomore starter, who re-
ceived praise from everyone for a job well done.
Pete Hayes and Johnny Lang held down
the other end position. Lang did a fine job
of replacing Hayes, who was injured early in
The backfield consisted chiefly of track-
men, who used their speed to good advantage.
Bill Brereton, l68 pound pile-driving
fullback, equaled the scoring record of an All
Hallows team coached by Dick King by lug-
ging the pigskin across the goal line seven
times. Bill backed up the line savagely, and
gained a berth on the second All-City team.
Bottom Row: B. Brereton, G. Johnson, D. Finn, R. Sheerin, J. Redmond, D. Jones, R. Schenr, T. Newman.
Middle Row: P. Finnerty, J. Ambrose, J. McCarthy, T. O'Hore, F. Nirschel, R. McCarthy, 1Capt.J, T, FlahertYf D- TUYDIUY, D- Whalen
TOP Row: S. Dillon, J. Hennessy, J. Sheehan, J. Mazziotta, M. Lawless, J, Lang.
Bill Carroll, the team's most accurate
and consistent passer, and Dick Griffin, a
shifty little back, were the playmakers and al-
ternated at the quarterback slot.
Left half Dan Jones did much of the
team's passing, and he used his speed to break
away for several touchdowns.
Tom Newmon ond Don Wholen split the
duties of the other halfback spot. They picked
up much yardage between them and also ac-
counted for several more touchdowns.
Others who deserve special mention are
Jim Hennessy, who saw much action as tackle,
John Ambrose, who alternated between full-
back and right half, Pete Finnerty and Dan
Finn, experienced guards, Jimmy McCarthy,
a valuable end, and Dick Sheerin, an excellent
passer, who was injured half-way in the sea-
As usual the squad will lose many men
because of groduotion. They ore: W. Bre-
reton, W, Carroll, P. Finnerty, P. Hayes, J.
Hennessy, M. Lawless, Capt. D. McCarthy,
T. Newman, T. Flaherty, A. Fitzgerald, T.
O'Hara, and J. Sheehan,
The lettermen have elected Dick Griffin
as captain of next year's edition of the Gaels.
Johnnie Lang leaps high to snatch a pass in the Power game as
Bill Brereton pulls in to assist.
Left to Right Jm McCarthy Joe Sheehan Steve Dllon Cap Dck McCarthy Ge ry Johnson Tom Flaherty Mike Lawless
Backs Dck Griffn Don Whalen Bill Brereton Dan Jones
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he advances through the Farley line
Dan Jones being brought
down from the air after mak-
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Tom Newman side-steps lona's Jerry
Coombs in the hard-fought game
for the Ruddy trophy.
Bill Brereton runs hard behind the in-
terference of Don Whalen.
Dick Griffin eludes an anxious
Power tackler as he moves down-
field to make the first Gael touch-
down against the Purple and Gold.
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after completung a pass from Bill Carroll.
THE J. V. finished a successful season with a record of
six wins and one defeat. The Gaels turned back ln-
carnation, Horace Mann, Power, Fordham, Yonkers A. C.
and Xavier, losing only to Iona by a score of 6-O.
After defeating Incarnation 2l-7, Horace Mann
Z0-O and Power 8-O, the Gaels conquered Fordham by
a score of 2-O in a hard fought game in which the J. V.
scored victory by a safety. Tom Connelly, end, broke
through and tackled the Fordhamite behind his goal, giv-
ing the Junior Gaels their only score.
Xavier was a weak victim, losing to the Gaels by a
score of ZO-O. Taylor, Farley and Martin accounted for
all the scoring except the two successful conversions
which were run.
The Yonkers A. C. was swamped by a score of 20-O.
Fullback Yurasits' line bucks took a heavy toll, annexing
two tallies for the Gaels. Charley Gilhooley, halfback,
also scored. ln the next contest the Gaels absorbed
their first defeat at the hands of a speedy Iona eleven.
Although the Gaels fought hard they could not break
away for large enough gains. Heavy rairr throughout
the game hampered both teams.
The squad was heavy, powerful, arid had lots of
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speed and orive in the backfield and on the line. The
backfield was composed of J.m Farley, quarterback, a
converted end who is a cunning play-maker, George
Taylor, a speedy half, Charles Gilhooley, a fast and
shifty running ond kicking holfback, and Felten and Yu-
rasits who alternate at fullback, both hard-hitting and
fast. Yurasits and Flynn alternated at center and both
were rugged players on the offense and defense. Guards
McTernan and McCullough blocked up the center ca-
pably. Captain Dodds Charleston, regular, and Frank
Carroll and John Kennedy, alternating at the tackle posts,
proved their worth. Tom Connelly and Jim Curran, two
speedy pass receivers, gave sparkling performances of of-
fensive and defensive skill.
The team should send quite a few players to the
Varsity next year and still be able to maintain a strong
team, Farley, Taylor, Gilhooley, Felten, Yurasits, Char-
leston, McTernan, Carroll, Kennedy, Connelly, Curran,
Codelia, and Bell have proved their skill and should con-
tinue in varsity ball. Despite the loss of many to the
varsity next year, the J. V. will have enough returning
players to maintain a winning record. The Jay Vee
squad was again coached by Brother J. A. Heeran.
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THE '45-'46 basketball season is one to be remembered
for a long time at All Hallows. Playing the best com-
petition available in the Metropolitan area the Gaels
compiled a record of 25 victories against only four de
feats for a percentage of 862 the best in the history
of the school Coach Dick King has in his three years
at All Hallows turned out the three best squads ever to
wear the Blue and White uniform tops in any league ln
this time the team has won 72 while losing but l4 for
an over all percentage of 837
Among the accomplishments of the triumphant Blue
and White cagers were the capturing of first place in
the Irish Christian Brothers Tournament for the second
straight year the first place trophy in the Knights of
Columbus Tournament in Brooklyn and a third place
award in the C H S A A city wide playoffs
Captain Mike Lawless carried off scoring honors for
the season with 387 markers an usually high total and
a new record for the school In his four years on the
squad Mike scored In the neighborhood of 800 points
which is some neighborhood' He climaxed his career by
being elected to first string on the World Telegrams
All City Team
Coach Dick King
Don Mackenzie nipped Jack Mazziotta for the runner-
up spot, his 242 points being three above Mazziotta's
total. Don's deadly set and all-around fine play won
him a spot on the All City Second Team
Fddie McGuire ace playmaker of the Gaels was next
on the list with l35 points compiled mainly on long sets
and driving lay ups
Jim McCarthy also cracked the century mark send
ing IO3 points through the hoop Jim another top
notch forward is one of three first strangers who will
still be around next year the others being Mackenzie
Joe Sheehan Jimmy ODonnell and Dick McCarthy
also deserve special mention for their court exploits dur
ing the season Sheehan who scored 82 was a valuable
man under the boards while O Donnell a junior and
McCarthy who tallied 54 and 45 points respectively
were both noted for their aggressive play
Jim Doyle Jack Bell Pete Finnerty and Larry O Keefe
also deserve a pat on the back although they were
given few opportunities to show their prowess
Mr King and the entire squad should be congrat
ulated for a job well if not spectacularly done
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GARNERNXJG the League Championship was a simple
task for the Junior Gaels, l945-46 edition, after
gaining ZO straight victories, The team completed the
season with a record of 20 wins and one defeat, sur-
passing all previous AH, arrays by recording a .953
Rice, Mount, Hayes, Fordham, Simon, Manhattan,
Power, St. Ann's and LaSalle fell in that order after the
Gaels absorbed a defeat from Xavier that was later
The Jay-Vees captured the Bronx-Manhattan
Championship with their sterling record of I8 wins and
no defeats, The championship game, a hotly contested
encounter, was fought on Madison Square Gorden's
court, and the Gaels led all the way to secure the
title by winning 39 to 22.
Employing a fast break, pivot plays and deadly set
shots, the team annihilated all league opposition. Next
year's team may vary slightly owing to the fact that it
will lack height, but will possess more speed than the
Big John Lang, scoring mostly on pivots and under
the boards, led the team with l8l points. Jim Farley
and Jim Bateman, both ball handlers, were close behind
with l34 and ll2 points, respectively, Of the remain-
ing players on first string, Tom Connelly had 70 points
and Paul Stapleton out for a good part of the season
with injuries, rang up 68 points.
Recruits from the Freshman squad for next year's
team are as follows: Bob Johnson, Dan Farrell, Jim Ma-
roney, Pat Quinn, Pat McManus, Tom Hunt, John
Sweeney and Gene O'Rielly. All these have shown prom-
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THE All Hallows freshman auintette finished a success-
ful campaign ending with a i5 and 2 won-lost sea-
son's record, The first defeat came as the season
opened when the Blue and White were soundly trounced
by Our Lady of Good Counsel, This defeat came when
the freshmen were not at full strength and O.L.G,C.
cancelled a return engagement. The only other setback
was suffered at the hands of Manhattan Prep. This
game was a tough one to lose after A. H. led at half
time, i8 to l7.
After the initial loss the freshmen romped over De
LaSalle, Iona at New Rochelle and Holy Family on the
opponent's court, A real thrill was provided when the
team came from behind to score a victory over Power
Memorial Academy, Then in order Manhattan, Hayes,
Fordham Prep, Xavier and Cathedral fell before the fast
breaking attack of the freshman squad. Dropping re-
turn contests to All Hallows were Hayes, Holy Family
In the next game at Manhattan, half time saw the
blue clad boys in front by one point, but that lead was
short-lived and the Prep freshmen became the second
team in the select circle holding victories over the
Blue and White.
The season's end saw All Hallows in another close
tussle with Fordham the victory coming in the closing
minute of the final quarter, 3l-30.
If James Maroney, Pat Quinn, Tom Hunt, Bob John-
son and Jim Bateman weren't hitting from the outside
with their sets Dan Farrell, Pat McManus and John
Sweeney did the scoring the hard way, from under
the boards. Jim Maroney led the scorers with lO8
points on 52 field goals and 4 free throws. Pat Mc-
Manus was second with 89 points, Dan F-arrell third with
83, and 80 points brought Bob Johnson fourth honors
in the scoring department, Jim Bateman, Tom Hunt,
John Sweeney and Pat Quinn followed closely for the
scoring honors. Gene O'Reilly, Ed Nugent, Dave Har-
low, Horace Gibbs, Mike Hennessy, Bill Bart and Dick
Duggan comprised the rest of the squad.
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Second Ro R Foy J Bu ns M ODoy E Ryan D Flnn J Donohue R Follon
Back Row B OFlanagan E McLaughln V Trebay D Kesel D McGu nness B OFIanagan E Gould R Berke
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ESPITE the fact that the A H swummlng team was revlved only an l945
well balanced squad
Bob Berke Don Klesel Bob Carr and Brnan O Flanagan composed the
quartet whlch accounted for most of the team s pomts Berke a 220 man,
Klesel a sprlnter Carr a backstroke stylist and O Flanagan a breaststroker
an addltlon to performing theur regular tasks combsned to make a speedy re
lay team Other swummers who deserve pralse are Vac Trebay a backstroker
Brendan O Flanagan and Bob Fallon breaststroke artnsts Red McLaughlin
a distance man Dan Funn a speclalust un the lOO yard dash Vlnce Donahue
Bob Fay Muke O Doy ond Emmet Ryon sprmters
The team won lO out of I7 dual meets and placed fufth ln the C H S A A
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defeated team Coach Duck Kung looks forward to the comung baseball
season wuth hugh hopes for another C H S A A champuonshup
Two veteran hurlers Duck Sheerun and Muke Lawless both rughthanders
have returned and wull see most of the actuon on the hull Sheerun won I2
games last year uncludung sux shutouts whule Lawless hung up two wuns one
of whuch was a whute washung These two who accounted for all the Gaels
l945 truumphs wull be auded by Joe Burbrudge thus year
Speedy Duck Gruffun a 350 slugger last year us back at short and Jack
Lang the clubs long ball hutter returns to furst Harold Tonery and Don
Mackenzue wull hold forth at second and thurd base respectuvely Each com
puled an umpressuve record on last year s Jayvee squad
Captaun Eddue McGuure second on the Hut Parade of l945 wull handle
the left fueld assugnment once agaun wuth Jum Hennessy Austun Futzgerald
and Duck McCarthy reserves on last year s nune fughtung for the remaunung
outfueld spots although Leo Brac also stands a good chance of crackung the
startung lune up
Two neophytes are battlung for the backstop berth wuth Duck Vucenzu
holdung a slught edge over Jum Patterson at thus wrutung Coach Kung has also
admured the work of Don Whelan behund the bat
The team wull play lO C H SAA games and at least fuve more non
Front Ro Joe Burbrdge Dck Vcenz Ha y Tone y Dck Sheer Dck G ffn Ed McGu re Captan
Seco d Ro J Hennessy Meredth Jones Johnny Lang Aust Ftzge ald Do Whale Ock McCa thy Mke Lawless
Don Macke 1 e
Th d Ro John y Mazz otta Tonv DA gelo La ry Fay Bob Scheh Joh D tty Bob Fo te Leo Bac Johnny Murray
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Duck putched a perfect game In the opener agannst
Moms Hugh Facung a maxumum of twenty one
men he fanned sixteen allowed no huts and no
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Front Row Jem Farley Paul Stapleton Bob Johnson Charlre Gnthoctcy r Wrnes Jm Cosy Jm Bateman Brxan Maher
Back Row Joe Tommaney Jeff Craven Jack Curran Frank Canon Gene L str Pat A Nkanos 'Nan Farrc!
The team ns coached by Bro J A Heera
Top Row: C. Felten, T. Newman, J. Feeney, E. Kelly, F. Quinn, J. Kelly, T. Ward, D. Jones, E. Codelia.
Third ROW? E- Chaplin, L- P-3CC0"l9f H- Sullivan, B. Kelly, JJ Hickey, T, O'Connell, T, Sweeney, J. Nickolaw, J. Porter, W. Bart,
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Second Row: T. Sheehan lManageri, T. Le Duc, N. Scocca, J. McNamara, J. lssackedes, Brother Hennessy, Coach, J. Cain,
G. Sullivan, J. Mulholland, H. Bligh, F. Burns lManagerl.
First Row: J. Walther, T. Hunt, J. Cassidy, J. Gauzza, M. Haran, E. Romaine, G. McNeill, T. Brown.
EVER since Brother Hennessy took over the coaching reins, the track team has risen steadily to become one of
the best in the city. The i945 squad placed third in the C.H.S.A.A. Championships, amassing a total of I5
points. Approximately twenty schools were represented in this meet. In the Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester
Meet, the Gaels also grabbed third, collecting 28 points. The relay teams met with great success, placing every
time out. The 880 yd relay composed of Bell, Kelly, Redmond and Fitz-Patrick captured the P.S.A.L. Relay Car-
nival Title. The highlight of the season came when the Blue and White captured the irish Christian Brothers
Meet held at Van Cortland Park.
The i945-46 season commenced with the cross-country meets. The frosh squad won the Bronx, Man-
hattan and Westchester Championships cross-country title. The young harriers were lead by Barry Kelly, who
won the individual crown. Kelly set a new meet record for the rugged mile and a quarter run. The remainder of
the hill and dalers who helped bring home the trophy were, W. Leary, J. Cain, E. Romaine, T. Bowen, N. Scocca,
J. Walther, T. O'Grady, and W. Manders. The team downed Fordham, Hayes and Rice in dual meets.
The indoor squad turned in a fine performance, especially the relay teams. At the West Point Relays, the
l2OO yd. relay team placed second. The best teams in the east competed in this meet. The mile relay composed
of Dan Jones, Joe Kelly, Tom Newman and Gene Kelly grabbed second in a special scholastic event held at the
l,C.4-A Championships in Madison Square Garden. Tom Newman, running the third leg, moved the Gaels up
from fifth to fourth position. Kelly then moved the Blue and White into a close second. The foursome turned
in a fast 3:38 clocking. The relay reached its peak when they won the mile relay at the 96th Annual 7th Regi-
ment Games. Gene Kelly hit a 52.4 anchor leg on the flat wooden armory floor. The climax of the indoor season
came with the C.H.S.A.A. Championships held in the Garden. Gene Kelly was in the runner-up spot for the 440
title, and Tom Newman placed fourth in the mile, turning in a 4:39 clocking.
Varsity point scorers who will be returning to the '46 outdoor squad are: Gene Kelly and Joe Kelly, Tom
Newman, Jim McCarthy, Jim Feeney, Dan Jones, Howie Everngam, John Redmond, Charles Felten, Tom O'Con-
nell, and Frank Quinn. Brother Hennessy expects the squad to enjoy a successful season.
Gene Kelly fmishes first,
ahead of last year's captann,
Gerard McNeill takes this race ahead of an Iona contender.
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Dan Jones, Tom Newman, Brother Hennessy, Charlne Felten, Gene KeHy. Thus :clay Yeam placed second at the Wes! Point
Chawe Fewer :reaks the Tape To brng V-ms relay Yeam
home ffsf. Bemw he .5 congrafmared by Brother Curtm.
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Brother Dowdelr backgoundr was not a ffth man of the relay.
Steve Onion takes baton from Bull Carey.
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ns entered nn the C H S A A league competntuon and wlll be depending
largely upon Sophomore Bob Hawthorn Junior Dan Fnnn and Sensors Tom
Kent Walter Dlllemuth and John Hogan The team works out daily In the
nearby Macombs Courts and un the north yard The outlook for thas actlvnty
ns brlght IU spute of tough league competntuon
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Back Row Jam Tommaney Bob Hawthorn Ed O Gorman Tom Kent Pete O Re Ily James Hark ns Walter Dnllemuth Tom Curtan
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