All Hallows High School - Halloween Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1952 volume:
'Glu tha C5lnrg nf 65nd
Thanksgiving fur Zlhundnnt Grains
hzstunizrl upon thz
Christian Bruthzrs nf Brzlnnfi
during thz DSSI una hundrzd and Iiftg gains
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Memorial Chapel erected at Mount Sion, Waterford,
to receive the remains of Edmund Ignatius Rice and
to which they were translated on l5 May, l94l.
The order of the Christian Brothers of Ire-
land this year commemorates the one hundred
and fiftieth anniversary of the first school
opened in Waterford, Ireland in 1802.
To the far flung corners of the globe, schools
conducted by the Brothers are now to be
found. And as our own North American Pro-
vince plays no small part in this vast field of
missionary enterprise, it is with pride that the
Statue of Brother Edmund Ignatius Rice,
founder of the Brothers. erected as a mem-
orial of his great work in Callan, Ireland. If
Senior Class dedicates the 1952 Halloween to
the growth of the American venture.
, Maw Swisii
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Mount Sion School at Waterford, the first
foundation of lrish Christian Brothers.
Though the entire congregation
is directed from Dublin, Ireland
where the Superior General and
the members ot his Council re-
side, they are constantly informed
through the Provincial Governing
Bodies of the progress of the
ln the United States the Pro-
vincial House is situated overlook-
ing the spacious campus of lona
College, New Rochelle.
Front Row: Rev, Bros. Charles A.
Lynam, MS., Robert J. O'Keefe,
M.A. Back Row: Rev. Bros.
Patrick A. Gleeson, M.A.,
Arthur L, McAleer, M.A.,
Arthur A. Loftus, Ph.D.
The late Reverend Brother P, J. Ryan,
founder and First Provincial of the
St. Gabriel's Scholasticate, devoted to
college studies and immediate prepara-
tion for the formal educational work
of the classroom.
St. Joseph's Juniorate, fully accredited
preparatory training school for
aspirants to the Brotherhood.
Santa Maria on the Hudson, where,
following the reception of the Religious
Habit, the young Religious begins his
7 strict Novitiate.
BROTHERJ C COLLINS
Englrsh Latm Halloween
Moderator of Fathers Club
BROTHER M A HURLEY
BROTHER C B QUINN
Englrsh Mathematrcs Track
BROTHER M. G. WALSH
Geometry, Hrstory, English
Moderator of Alumni
BROTHER E P OFARRELL
BROTHER C P MCDONNELL
French Hnstory Blue and Whrte
BROTHER T A O HARE
BROTHER M P BURNS
Hustory Varslty Athletics
BROTHER P S COLLINS 9 BROTHER E B HAGGERTY
Physucs French Debate English Lahn
BROTHER P B MCINERNEY
Chemlsfry French Band Socual Activities
BROTHER G R BELLOWS
Engllslrm Latm Glee Club
BROTHER M F BRADLEY
Algebra English J V Athlehcs
BROTHER G, V. JOCHUM
Latm. Economics, Athletics
BROTHERJ R KELLY
PROF. C. J. HEFFERNAN
English, Geometry, History
PROF. R. B. DALLIN
MR. A. F. RYGIEL
MR. RICHARD A. KING H PROF. J. R. COURTNEY
Director of Athletics English, Latin, French
PROF E L CLONAN
MR JOHN P KELLY
Scuence Economncs Englush Secretary
MR, CHARLES TIENKEN
MISS MOYA O REILLY
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John J. Amendolara
John is St. Josephs Academy's contribution to
All Hallows. l-le was on the swimming team in
first year and has been a member of the Library
League for three years, Lots ol luck in whatever
you choose, John.
John L. Baily
L , Ncfza. J 'Z e"fc John has
so ,. 'n' Lad '. vac' ami Lasciall
F 'r1"'r' X 'fig ' as ar: 'v'-'ite statt,
"Q, ', " at H15 Cross
Edward F. Arrigoni
Known for his scintillating wit and vivacity, this
twelve year All Hallows man has played both
football and basketball. Skip hopes to attend
Iona College to study Business Administration.
Many things we will forget, but we will never
as they smiled. vwl
Francis X. Beach
Frank, a product
engaged in many
ot the swimming
Of the Glee Club,
paper. Frank will
ot Our Lady of Refuge, has
activities. He was a member
team in Freshman year, and
Dance Committee, and school
study Chemical Engineering at
Richard T. Barry
Graduating from St. John's grammar school,
Richie played J, V. baseball and was a member
of the J. V, and Varsity basketball teams. He
has decided to pursue a Business Course at
James J. Bean
Jim has had a rather widespread athletic career
at All Hallows. A reliable mainstay on the Var-
sity football, basketball and baseball teams, he
hopes to enter Holy Cross, and major in Physical
Education. The good wishes of his classmates
go with him.
Richard F. Beston
Dick came to All Hallows from St, Philip Neri,
He has been active in sports, playing baseball
for four years, He was also a member of the
Glee Club for a year. Dick is sure to be a suc-
cess in a Liberal Arts course at lona College.
Eugene T. Brennan
Seve is St Gregfrw the Greats contribution to
All Hailzws A rm-mixer of the track and foct- X'
:ali teams ln hrs first and second years, he has
mah-. lrrends. Gene is stlll undeclded as to his
career, but we knew he will do well.
Heinz R. Borchardt
A diligent student, Heinz came to All Hallows
from Our Lady of Mercy grammar school. ln
his Junior and Senior years, his excellent photo-
graphic ability was put to good use on both the
Yearbook and the school paper. He plans to
attend Georgetown University and study medi-
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James T. Buckland
Hailing from St. Joan of Arc, Buck has lent his
talents to the Glee Club and the Blue and White,
and was a member of the Varsity baseball team.
Buclds calling is Aviation. We know he will
succeed at Manhattan College.
William L. Buckley
Buddy is a quiet, sincere young man from St.
Simon Stock. A member of the track team and
Frosh basketball team, he lent his talents to the
school band and Library League also. Buddy
will continue his studies at Iona, where he will
take up Business Administration.
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William J. Crossin
Hailing from St, Simon Stock, Bill played Fresh-
man baseball and J. V. football. He was also a
member ot the J. V. track team, the band, and
an ardent worker on the Dance Committee, Best
of luck at Annapolis, Bill.
Tim has been liked by all ever since he entered
All l-lallows. l-le played varsity football, and as a
board and cinder man tor four years, won many
laurels. Tum intends to major in Business Ad-
ministration at Fordham With his pleasant per
sonallty he should succeed
Patrick J Deneher
Pat came to All Hallows from St Margaret
Mary s in the Bronx A member of the Fresh
man track team four year honor student and
prize debater he was also on the staff of the
Halloween Pat plans to t d
s u y Engineering at
g this Wat pa
Robert W Diemer
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Comun from St Francus de Sales he has de
Donaldw Donohue voted gbus talents to tl'e Lubrary League for
Commg to All Hallows In Second yea, Don many years Jlrn wall study for the pnesthood
rmmedlately made many fnends among has class at the Marylfnoll Semmary
mates Although has plans for the future are
uncertann we are sure that he wlll succeed In
hrs chosen professnon
Eugene J Donovan
Gene has been rn All Hallows smce fnrst grade
A very popular student he has been a C S
officer for tlnree year l-le bas also been an
honor student and an excellent debater for four
years On the swummung team In fnrst year and
a member of both the J V and Varsity football
and track teams he was also on the l-lallow
een staff Gene intends to take up Engnneerlng
when he enters College In the fall
Now, wha' Could
Brendan T Doyle
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John F. Dorrian
Jack who graduated from All l-lallows grammar
school us well known for has cheerful sprrnt A
three year member of the football team he has
not yet decided upon a career However we
know he wall go far nn whatever fneld he may
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Albert E Ellls
Wnlham C Fahey
Amuable Al ns quiet reserved and obll nn A
Q Q Hauling from St Ignatius Loyola Bull sang In the
four year honor man he has always shown fune
Glee Club nn has Sophomore and Junnor years
school spnrnt He plans to attend Manhattan He was also on the staff of the Blue and White
The Senlor class as sure he wull be a success In Bull hopes to contunue has studies at the Coast
has chosen career un Englneerxng Guard Academy
Bernard J Farragher
Barney who played one year of Varsity football We take thlngs Seflou Y
and four years of J V and Varsuty basketball
enjoys sports of all klnds The Senlor class
washes Barney a student full of school splrnt
luck at Holy Cross where he will study Engnn
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John M Fltxgeral
Fntz came to All Hallows from ST Francns de
Chantal He has been very actnve an the held
of sports playmg Varsnty football for two years
and basketball and baseball for four years l
the fall Fntz wnll go to Fort Schuyler Marmme
Robert J Gaffney
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Donald T Gallagher
Don us a product of Good Shepherd Parish A
man that All Hallows may well be proud of he
has been outstandrng on the football team As
a member of the track team he helped set the
C H S S A record for the 880 yard relay
Don plans to go to West Ponnt for Engnneermg
We know that he wnll succeed
Russel R Gang:
Frlendly and full of fun Russ has taken part nn
many of All Hallows extra currcula actmvntaes
He has played two years of Varsity baseball and
has partncrpated nn Freshman track He also put
two years unto the Blue and White a fact
whnch wrll prepare hum for hus course In Journal
:sm at Fordham
John J Gels
John graduated from St Andrew Avellmo buf
spent hns fnrst two years of hugh school ID Power
Mer-norual He has been better than average nn
has studles and has given a very good account
of hsmself John rntends to go to Vullanova for
a course an salesmanshrp
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Paul B. Gibney
General excellence medalist, four year honor
student, prize debater, editor-in-cbief of "Hal-
loween,"class president will describe Paul, an
All Hallows man since first grade. Conscientious
and amicable, be is well liked by his fellow stu-
dents. After graduation, Paul will study Law.
Martin F. Gilligan
Marty came to All Hallows from St. Francis de
Chantal. Well liked for his happy nature, be
has been a mainstay of the football team for
four years and played J. V. baseball. Marty will
take up Engineering at Notre Dame University.
John T. Greaney
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John J. Gould
Jay graduated from All Hallows grammar school.
He has been a good student, and after school
hours a good athlete. .lay has been a mainstay
of the football team and also an editor of the
Blue and White. He plans to go to Cornell for
a course in Hotel Administration. May success
be yours Jay.
W ' 4
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Donald E. Harrington
Coming from Holy Spirit Parish, Don's friendly
personality has made him popular with his class-
mates. A member of the football squads, a four
year track man, and a member of the Dance
Committee, Don plans to study Business Admin-
istration at Pace.
George J. Hazley
George, who comes from St. Joseph's Academy
has made many friends in All Hallows. He has
been a four year honor student, a member of
the Freshman basketball and J. V. baseball teams
and an editor of the Blue and White in Senior
year. George hopes to attend Holy Cross and
study Pre- Law.
Robert H. Hein
Bob is best known in All Hallows as the capable
school photographer He partncupated un the
Llbrary League In Freshman and Sophomore
years and In the Debatlng Soclety In has Junior
year Bob untends to pursue a course un Publnc
Patrlck B Hnckey
Pat graduated from All Hallows grammar school
Conscnentuous quuet and snncere he as popular
among has classmates Good luck In the future,
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Wllllam J Hickey
mnng to All al rn S Joh
m nncrs c tw Donn cut tanlrng ln athlct S
starrlng on the track and also the fo tba l cams
To add to hrs 1CCOmpll hrmnt he has been on
the staff of ht. Blue and Whltc f r the past tw
years Al l w ww c f rget IS
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been well llkctl luocausc ot h s easy ways in
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Ferdinand J Ingemto
Ferdie is a product of St John s Kingsbridge
He was a member of the Glee Club and also
an ardent supporter of the school s sport s acti
vities Herdie intends to go to Fordham for
Peter P Johnson
Pete with his ready wit and quick Smile came
to All Hallows from Holy Trinity in Manhattan
A class officer in his Freshman and Sophomore
years Pete was also a member of the Freshman
track team He plans to attend M l T and
Stanley T Karachuk
Stas came to us from St Adalbert s Parish An
honor student he has been well liked by all He
participated in many of the schools activities He
has been a member of the track and baseball
teams Halloween Debating Society and
Dance Committee Good luck to you in your
Engineering course at Manhattan Stas
Business Administration. Our best wishes'go
This must have been sef1OU
James B Kearns
Jam who halls from St Benedncts IS a sports
enthusiast l-le was a member of the Freshman
track team and played both J V and Varflty
football After graduatnon Jlm wlll enter Fort
Schulyer where he will study Marine Engineer
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Arthur F Lnghtbourn
Joseph A Llebler
Joe halls from St Francxs of Rome grammar
school A four year honor student he also
proved himself on both the J V and Varsity
basketball teams and baseball teams The Sensor
class wnshes Joe the best of luck and knows
that due to has many abxlntmes he wlll succeed
an hrs studnes at Holy Cross
Paul A Llgglo
An All Hallows man since the flfth grade Paul
has made many truendshups He was a member
of the track team for four years played three
years of Varsity and J V football and worked
on the Blue and Whlte staff for two years Paul
plans to enter Georgetown and take a course In
Arch IS Holy Trlnnty s contrubutlon to the Class
of 52 A member of the track team as a
Freshman the Glee Club nn Sophomore year
and Co edntor of the Blue and Whnte as a Sen
lor he IS known for hrs unfanlxng humor and
happy smnle All Hallows loss wall be Fordham s
gain for he plans to study Medncme there
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John C Meeth
Thomas S Matarrese
Tom came to All Hallows as a graduate from
St Mary s Hts easy manner has won hlm many
frtends A member of the Glee Club for two
years and on the staff of the Blue and Whnte
as a Sensor he wtll study Journalism at St John s
Wllham T McD
Bnlly as h
e ts known around the school has a
lnkeable personalnty He
graduated from All H I
lows grammar sch I
Jack a popular and genta sensor has glwen has
talents to mam schcol actwtttes A valuable
member ot the Varslty to tball anc track teams
tour year h ncr tudent and Co edttor of the
Blue and Whlte Jack wlll study Electrical En
glneerlng at Pennsylyanla Unwerstty
oo and played basketball and
ran track In first year The b
est wishes of the
enlor class go wlth Bully nn hus chosen
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Michael J. McGuire
Now, wh '
ere S the food? A graduate of Our Lady of Angels in the Bronx
Mike was a member of the school paper in his
Senior year. The good wishes of his classmates
go with him to lona, where he will study Busi
Osborne P. McLaughlin
Ozzie's happy nature and broad smile will long
be remembered by his Classmates. He has been
on the first string Varsity and J.V. football
teams and on the track team for four years.
Ozzie was a four year honor student, and his
talents have been used on the school newspaper.
Ozzie aspires to a career as an Army officer and
will study at a Military College.
Patrick W. McGinley
Pat is a product of Good Shepherd grammar
school, Always a booster of All Hallows' activi-
ties, he worked on the Blue and White in third
and fourth years. An honor student, Pat will do
well at Fordham, where he will study Law.
Edward G. McSherry
Often have the walls of All Hallows resounded
to the melodious voice of Big Ed, who was a
leading member of the Glee Club for two years.
Hauling from St. Barnabas, Ed has been a mem-
ber of the Dance Committee for three years and
on the Yearbook staff in his Senior year. He
will attend Manhattan, where he will major in
Hailing from Saint Benedict's, Joe was a main-
stay of the track team in his Freshman and
Sophomore years, l-le has won many friends dur-
ing his four years at All l-lallows and hopes to
attend Iona for Business Administration.
Kevin R. O'Brien
OB is A orc, :txt cf cor nv' jmmrvar school.
He ha: ltwn iw, actin- iw gvrtx managing
f Ctirall anti in Lctl till for twu xt'.1r',,an1folax-
irg tgp P tI"J Y l A 14.3 A' fVars,it, fi,Tl,3ll.
l-le ha, a c it-on a nwm: .tr f the Danze Com,
mittee for tiene ,cars O lf nm-ntls to cjnt hue
his Studies at Fcnlrwmn
Two esac' fc
Lawrence J. O'Brien
Larry was warmly welcomed to All l-lallows in
his Junior year. A product ot St. Nicholas of
Tolentine, he has been a strong member of the
Debating Society for two years. Larry plans to
take up Business Administration at Fordham
Gerring the i,,S,de dope
Ludwig E. Odierna
A quiet and sincere young man, Lud has been
in All l-lallows since the first grade. Musically
talented, he has been a reliable member of the
band for tour years. The best wishes of his
classmates follow him to Yale, where he will
James G. O'Grady
Quiet Jim came from St. Barnabas grammar
school. l-le has excelled in studies, an honor
man all tcur years. He was also on the track
team and in the Glee Club. Jim's character
assures success in his future endeavors.
Walter T. O'Hara
A graduate of All l-lallows' grammar school,
Red has deeply establushed himself In the sports
of the school l-le played Three years of baseball
three years of basketball and two of Varsxty
football We are sure that Red will be a success
IH has chosen fneld
John J O Kane
John graduated from St Luke s grammar school
An able and hard workmg student nevertheless
he found tume for basketball and Glee Club
each for one year We are quite sure that John
wnll be successful In hus as yet undecuded voca
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Arthur R Petrino
Artie a prodi t of Our Lady of Pity grammar
school is well liked by his fellow students Al
ways backing school activities he has lent his
talents to the band for four years to the Dance
Committee for two and to the swimming team
for one Artie hopes to attend M l T where
he will study Electrical Engineering
Thomas F Rooney
Tom has been an All Hallows man and an honor
' ' de. He has participated
student since sixth gra
' the Debating Society as a Freshman and the
nd Junior Tom
Library League as a Sophomore a .
f the "Halloween ' staff and the
was a member o
Dance Committee in Senior year. He favors
Man ' Engineering.
hattan for a course in
Charles J Radtke
Charlie s sense of humor and iocun
earned him a high place among his classmates
d baseball player he
An excellent football an
renown because of these abil:
should gain some
ties Good luck Charlie
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John R Ryan
Hallnng from St Rose of Lnma Red ns best
known for has happy dlsposltuon A track man
an has freshman year and a sophomore member
of the Glee Club he nntends to enter the
R C A lnstltute and major In Electronlcs
Wnlham F Ryan
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Michael R Scanlon
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three 5-:ar meml cr of The Debat ng Some X,
am the Dance C rv mltfee Tbe slravns of ns
fron, t bam Thr Ilccl Glee Club en
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me :' 1 -qanrl ' ff Cl All H ll:-me for mi-he X. A s e , L tb
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Robert C Sherman
Bob comes from St Vincent Ferrer Parnsh Pos
sessed of a personaluty pleasung to all he has
been on both the swlmmmg team and the Blue
and Whnte Bob looks forward to studylng Com
merclal Art and Cartoonlng at Pratt lnstltute
Vincent J Sullo
Van vs one of those happy go lucky fellows who
as popular with all Coming to All Hallows from
St Cecilia s grammar school he has always
shown has Interest IH school actlvltnes l-las polite
helpful and friendly qualltles wall and hum
greatly In the future
Henry A Teufel
A product of St Catherine of Siena Henry was
a member of the Glee Club as a Freshman O
the staff of the Blue and Whnte nn has Sensor
year he hopes to major ID Mathematacs at
The nerd We '
Walt ns a product of Sf Teresa S grammar school
mber of the
Qulet and friendly he was a me
track team nn farst year Walt s plans for the
future are undecxded but we know he wall fare Albert G Urblna
wel' In hls Chosen prolesslon Al has been nn All l-lallows sunce flrst year gram
mar school Hrs frnendly manner has made hum
ll Al hopes to study Busuness
well inked by a
Admmustratnon at Fordham Good luck Al
Steven A Volvodnch
Stexe a product C' a red l-leart gram
nab a pleabant dl pc mon a d an am able man
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re undecld-d, we are sure he vvlll do we
ln hxs future endeaxors.
Wllllam J Weldon
Wullue a product of St Andrew Avelluno came
to All Hallows IH second year from Power Mem
orual Qunckly adgustlng hlmselt to the swang
of things he took an actlve part un debatmg
and track and nn hls Senlor year In the Dance
Commlttee and Halloween B ll wll go
Notre Dame and study Law
Bernard A Wlrtz
Quiet and lnkable Berme came to All Hallows
from St Margaret Marys an the Bronx An
earnest student he was a member of the track
team nn fnrst year We are sure that Bernue wall
be a success nn whatever professuon he may
Wlllnam J Kloppenburg
John J Wanamaker
A product of St Rose of Llma Parnsh John has
been a good student and a cheerful companion
He has lent hus talent to both the Glee Club
and the Llbrary League Hrs classmates wlsh
hum luck at Manhattan where he wall study
Bull comung to All Hallows from St Francis de
Chantal spent two years on the swimming team
and three years nn the Lnbrary League Leavung
All Hallows after Junlor year he spent elghteen
months an the Unlted States Marlne Corps He
returned thus year to complete hus hlgh school
graduatlon and after graduatlon w ll take a
course nn Busmess Admnnlstratnon at Fordham
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In 1876 the first group of Broth-
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the invitation of Most Rev. Dr.
Power, Bishop of that city. Thus it
is a point of historic interest that
St. Johns saw the first permanent
residence ot the Brothers in the
Today the entire cathoiic youth
ot the city receives its education
in one or the other of the four flour-
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Back Row: Richard Beston, Walter Thompson, Joseph Liebler, Albert Ellis, Joseph Fitzgerald, James Buckland,
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Back Row: William Elfers, Thomas Murphy, John Cotter, Walter Mark. John McNamara, Henry Maier, Daniel
Pendergast, James Richards, Gerald Hull. Second Row: James Cavanaqh, Rodney West, James Meenahan
McCarthy Front Row Joseph Dorruan David Murphy Paul Hamel, William Ward, Sebastian Rodriguez,
R- 8 Q M I I Charles DonnelIy,'John Smith.
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Wxlluam Fralengh, Watler Knott. Second Row: Henry Hlrsch, John Alsina, Edward Earle, Anthony Ferguson,
Francus Frtzpatruck, Richard Golden. Front Row: Robert Ploselll, James Thompson, Patrlck Kearney, Patrick
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Renz, Robert Fee, Hugh McNally. Second Row: Gerald Quigley, Robert Fltzgerald, Edwln Holahan, Michael
Cawley, Alfred Flechenstenn, John Doran. Front Row: Wrllard Layvrence, John Talley, Joseph McNamara,
John O'FarreIl, Arthur McAleer, Martun Muller.
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Second Row: Edward Gaw, Eugene Fedxgan, Rnchard Stewart. Laurence Farley. Front Row: Donald O'Day,
John Mar1in, Dems Moynlhan, Anthony Roche, Wullmarn Bernick, George McGlbney.
Back Row' John Gllllgan Rlcham Cella, Amzrew Faughan, Anthony Zeto, James Nesfar, Wllluam Brodernck.
Second Row, Francle Vvozar. Thomas McGo crack, Gregory Macfwcll, Arthur Plerylncentn. Front Row, Thomas
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James Dwyer, Marhn Duem, Donald Lownes. Second Row: Robert D'ArconTe, Thomas McCabe, John Marsich,
Francns Tiruco. Front Row: Henry Culshaw, George Napotufano, John Walsh, Edward Maher,
R' 0 0 Matihew O'MaIIey, Mnchael Walsh.
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Back Row: Ronald Lambert, Lawrence Forbes, Francis Vogel, Zachery Powell, George Daggetf, George Stoehr.
Second Row: Richard Monturc. Edward Mink, Michael Jordan, William Minogue, Bottom Row: Robert
Tompkins, Kenneth Welsh, Thomas Quinn, Donald McGee, James McConnell, Miguel Rios.
Back Row: James Cash, Patrick Lanzone, Lawrence Anderson, Lawrence Larkin, John O'Reilly. Thomas Harris,
John Keaney. Second Row: Richard Anagnost, Donald Blaikie, John Engler, James Rorke. Front Row: John
Mulcahy, Ross Lumrnis, John Culhane, Michael O'Shaughnessy.
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Second Row: John McCarthy, Arthur Heller, Robert Meenahan, Michael Egan, Front Row: John Adams,
Jeremlah O'Shea, Robert Wllllams, James Clancy, Damel Fahey, James Gray.
Back Row John Hurley John Mcvey, Thomas Noonan John De. tt, Stephen Oloughlun, Joseph Holohan,
Robert Abc-le Second Row Paul Dewar Charles Grogan. Thomas Martvn. Eugene Danko Front Row' Donald
Walther, Albert Kaotk Hugh O'l-lalrc, James Corcoran, James Marrlnan. Frank Knox.
Back Row: Robert Hurley, Paul Becker, Robert Pagnucco, William Fallon, Ernest Sampson, James Moran.
Second Row: Joseph Byrne, Hugh Stevenson, Howard Walsh, Daniel Madrron. Front Row: Twomas Kane,
Mark O'Sulliyan, Francis Walsh, Paul Culshaw, William Sullivan, John Muzni.
Back Row: James Gleeson, Edward Winters, Charles Driscoll, Edward Muto, William Donnelly, Daniel Slattery,
Louis Anzolut, Michael Cleary. Second Row: John Duggan, Raymond McGrath, Frederick Yarusso, John
O'Neil. Front Row: Marcial Perez, James McSweeney, Thomas McSherry, Frank Devlin, Raymond Lopez,
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On June 2. V950 three lwuridred and eighty Seniors. by far
the largest class in the history of lona College, stepped forward
to receive their degrees and were joined by a new member ot the
'Class ot l95O". the Very Rev. Brother Edward F. Clancy. Superior
General ot the Christian Brothers ot Ireland. upon whom Iona was
conferring the degree ot Doctor of Laws
The remarkable growth ot this most recent college toundaf
tion ot the Brothers. scarcely a decade old. eloquently bespeaks
the wisdom ot youth ot our schools who seek as centres tor their
education and culture those institutions founded on Christian
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Each year the students are given an opportunity to hear talks
from members of various religious orders who put before us the
need of laborers in Gods vineyard. Sometimes we see new faces
but in general the representative is the same as that of the preceding
year. In retrospect, it is interesting to compare one chat with an-
other. All these "good men and true" are symbols of that dynamic,
purposeful urge-to win souls for Christ and to secure laborers to
garner the grain from the ripe harvest.
Through several years we have been privileged to have Rev.
Father Benedict, O.ES.A. as a community chaplain. Over these
years he or one of his conferes has ever been the celebrant of the
Students' Mass on such days of devotion. So it is with gratitude
that we ask the blessings of the Sacred Heart on these men of God
and on the Order of St, Augustine,
Mas xENlTE ADOREMUS.
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Again it was our good fortune to have as our retreat master
f another of those followers of Father Hecker, founder of the Paulists
the first American Missionary Society. The zeal of these vigorous
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ff i' school routine. This year's retreat-master was Rev. James Fenlon
'f Finley, CSP. To voice the students' summation of Father's retreat
n I, to us-"Why not have more conferences."
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call to duty, befitting a true follower of Christ, our Leader.
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Last year three All l'-lallcws guartettes won first honors in the
New York Catholic Music League while the Band itself placed
third. As we go to press, we can look for an even better showing
Of course, the annual Concert, held on May 2 and 4 was an
outstanding success After many long, hard hours of practice. the
Band was superb. All who attended were more than happy to
But the Band would be nought had it not been for the tireless
work of Brother P, B, Mclnerney and Mr, Rygiel, Through the
efforts of Brother Mclnerney the band was combined into a wellf
knit. spirited organization, Through the excellent instruction of
Mr. Rygiel, himself a recognized teacher and musician, many fine
artists were developed. To them. the members of the Band owe
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Front Row: Daniel Ahern,I-Warren McGoldrick, John Adams, Joseph Harrington, Donald Lawrcs, Joseph Murphy, Thomas Kane,
Charles Driscoll, John Muzii, Joseph La Forge. Second Row: James O'Doherty, John Piedmont, Joseph Dodge, James Mclnerney,
Arthur Piedmont, Thomas Sheridan, Edward Winters, Carl Rossini, Gerald Quigley, Daniel Mahoney, Paul Ringdale, John Clement,
Thomas Brereton, Charles Grogan, Emanuel Spiteri, Allen Stevenson, Third Row: Mark O'Sullivan, James Cash, Hugh McGlade,
Carl Wolf, John Bock, Anthony Nigro, John Heaycy, John Furginele, Robert Pioselli, Michael Scanlon, Patrick Kearney, James
Thompson, George McKillop. Back Row: Ronald Grimmeyer, John Weir, Vincent Mahon, Robert McKeon, Edward Slattery
David Haid, Patrick Murray. William Ward, Ronald Strommer, Brendan Lynch. '
Directed by Brother G, R, Bellows, the All Hallows High School Glee
Club maintained during the past year the standard of excellence in choral
music in keeping with the schools highest cultural traditions.
B I B B After three months of arduous practice, the Glee Club presented its
first program in January before the Fathers' Club. This successful con-
cert was followed by subsequent appearances before the All Hallows
C I U h Mothers' Club and the West Park Auxiliary.
A significant musical highlight of the school year was the parti-
cipation by the Glee Club in the annual concert held on April lB at
Manhattan Center. This concert was designed to raise funds for the
Brothers' Houses of Formation in West Park. The Glee Club's program
charmed a large audience who applauded the choral groups cultured
musicianship and evident grasp of fundamental choral techniques.
At the Spring Concert on May 2 and 4, the Glee Club joined with
the Band in presenting a memorable musical treat. A noteworthy feature
of the program was the rendition by the Culee Club of the melodic novelty
number 'Old King Cole". The massed voices of the bass sections gave
this number the resonance of clarity so vital to its efficient performance.
As accompanist for the Glee Club. Art Piedmonte of Room Zl played
at all times in a distinguished manner l-lis work greatly enhanced the
groups choral renditions. The baritone solo work of Joseph Dodge of
Room l2 likewise added luster to the Glee Clubs varied and balanced
BROTHER G. R. BELLOW3
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Sitting: Patrick Deneher, William Weldon, Brother P, S. Collins.Moderator, Paul Gibney. Eugene Donovan, Second Row: Stanley
Karachuk, Joseph Humphrey, Vincent Ruane, Richard Neuville, John Morrissey, Peter O'Connor. Gabriel Scartia. Leonard Fliedner,
Osborne McLoughlin. Back Row: Paul Hamel, William Grimes, Lawrence O'Ncill, Jerome Brown, Ecward Howard,
John Broderick, Eugene Fadigan.
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The All Hallows Debating Society has en-
joyed a most successful year-individually as
well as collectively. Paul Gibney received the
highest award offered by the National Forensic
League, the Degree ot Distinction. Eugene
Donovan, William Weldon, and Patrick Dene-
her received the Degree of Excellence while
the Degree of Honor was conferred on tive de-
bators and the Degree of Merit on nine other
The Senior debators emerged victorious from
contests with Mt. St. Michael, Regis, Cathedral.
and St. Barnabas, the Sophomores won debates
from St. Ann's, St. l-lelena's, and St. Barnabas.
In the Father Gannon Debate Tournament,
attended by schools representing eleven East-
ern States, the All Hallows' Senior debators tied
tor fourth place. Besides debating the school
was well represented in numerous oratorical
contests, Two radio broadcasts over station
WFUV were also included in the curriculum of
the All Hallows Debating Society The valuable
training gixen bx the moderator, Brcther Col-
lins. has instilled excellent principles in the
debators and will insure a strcng society next
HEP P 5 COL
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EUGENE DONOVAN PATRICK DENEHER
Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary
LEONARD ELNEDNER and JOHN MORRISSEY GABRNEL SCAREIA and RICHARD NEUVILLE
JOHN BRODERICK and EUGENE FEDIGPNJ 73 EDVVARD HOWARD, JOSEPH HUMPHREY,
JEROME EROWNX PETER OCONNOR
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Since its inception four years ago,
the Library Club has grown in numbers
and prestige, despite the fact that the
students know that there is a lot of
hard work ahead when they join. lt is
greatly because of the effort that the
members put into the various tasks as-
signed to them during Activity Period
that the Library is able to give improved
service to all the students. A visit to
the Library when Club members are on
duty would show some shelving books,
others sorting and filing cards, still
others mending books, making posters,
or sending out notices for overdue
books, The entire school benefits from
the valuable work of Miss O'Reilly and
her energetic staff.
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Catalog these books
Sitting' Stanley Karachuk, Professor Robert B Da".n, M.A,. Moderator,
John Geis Standirgi Joseph Fitzgera 'i James Donahue, William Weldon
William Fahey. Jr., Arthur Lennon, John NVanamaker, Ferdinand lngenito
Patrick McGinley. Peter Johnson, Arthur Lightbourn
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C. U. H.
Every third Sunday of the month during the
school year, high school students from all dif-
ferent sections of New York City assemble at
St. Peter and Pauls Church to spend a holy
hour in the presence of our Eucharistic Leader,
Christ the King, The primary purpose of this
splendid, selfless movement is to comfort our
abused Redeemer, lt is also for the conversion
of Russia and for the persuasion of young Com-
munists by prayer to see the true light of a
Christian world, The sight of Catholic Youth
from schools of many diocese is, indeed, ina
spiring, For over a hundred thousand students
have attended these holy hours in order to be-
seech Gocl to grant a lasting spiritual peace
throughout the world.
Lawrence O'Ncil, Stephen Schildwachter, Thomas O'Malley.
The fabulous successes ot this year's Dance
Committee were made possible by the excellent
guidance ot Brother Mclnerney and the tireless
etticiency ot Kevin O'Brien and his energetic
committee, This year's accomplishments are
That the dances were successful was shown
by the gaiety ot all who attended. Another
Front Row: James Buckland, William Kemmet, Kevin
O'Brien, Chairman, William Weldon, Michael Scanlon.
Back Row: Paul Gibney, Peter Duggan, John Geis,
Thomas Rooney, Eugene Donovan, Patrick Deneher,
main reason for the successes was the excellent
playing of Bob Donovan and his jumping All
Hallows Swing Band.
Beginning with the Halloween Hop in Octo-
ber and ending with the Spring Frolic in May,
the efforts of the Committee were rewarded by
the splendid turnout at each and every dance.
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APRIL I9, 1952
With the guiding hand of Brother McDon-
nell at the helm, the "Blue and White" had one
of its most successful years, l-le was expertly
aided by Arthur Lightbourn and Jack Meeth
as Co-Editors. Jimmy Mclntyre's splendid
handling of the Sports Page drew a word of
praise from all, The traditional 'Low and Inside'
was humorously written by Paul Liggio, with
Underclassrnen News supplied by Frank Muhl
feld, William O'Donnell and David Llewelyn.
Pete Johnson's satirizations on lClassic
Characters' brought forth chuckles from the
whole student body, Lastly, perfectly rounding
out this staff of excellent journalists, was Fred
HaIIiday's splendid art work as shown in the
editorial drawings and the fine cartoons.
John Meeth and Arthur Lightbourn,
CO-Editors, with Brother McDonnell,
crge Hazlc--.', Osborne Mcl.augI'wNm
Jzhn Bawley, Reporters
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William O'D:rfc-I, Da.wdLW'weN.r',ar1d
Paul Gibney, Editor-in-Chiefconfers with Reverend Brother
J. C. Collins, Moderator.
The "l952 Halloween" represents hard work and much time
and effort on the part of the staff, who have tried to present a
book that will, in future years, bring pleasant memories to this
year's graduating class,
This year. as in the past, the staff has tried to present a pic-
torial review of school life at All Hallows, covering the graduating
class. activities. sports and informal life during the school year.
Under the capable guidance of the Reverend Brother J, C.
Collins, the volumes of paper work and pictures have been effi-
ciently and expertly compiled. to bring order from chaos. and
produce a book worthv to bear the title, Ml-lalloween".
Credit in no small measure must given to the hardaworking
editors and clerks. because without their unselfish efforts and
determinatign t: uplwild thc traditicns set in former years. the
publication if this beck viculd nct have been possible.
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Eugene Donovan, Associate Edltor and
Stanley Karaclwuk, Sports Editor.
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Pafrwcl Dunoncr and W:llv.1m W4rIcl'Qn
Checking the results.
The Photography Club, again as in the past.
has played an essential part in the publication
ot the newspaper and the yearbook at All Hal-
lows. This year's club has proven no exception
to the rule ot being on the spot when the action
occurs and recording tor posterity the events
ot the year,
Credit in all due right rnust be given to
Heinz Borchardt. the yearbook photographer
kA::lfirxr1l1D a lavout.
and Kevin Kadlec, the newspaper and sports
photographer, tor their brilliant coverage of all
phases ot school activities and sports,
Three new members, William Sullivan,
Robert Pagnucco, and Brian Quinn, have been
broken in under the guidance ot the senior
photographers to replace them in the future
year and continue the tine work as in the past.
Photography Editor of Halloween
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Second Row Gerald Brown, Frank Lwons, Walter Knott, Do .
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Jarnes Bean. Trrnothv Dempsey. Jarnes Mclntyre,
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p was a mild one for the game was marked by many
fumbles by Clinton The Blue and Whnte men sparkled with practncally every
play Don Gallagher was the star of the game be-ang the key man un most of
the game s plays Don recerved excellent su o f f
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In thas game All Hallows on a dreary ramy day
at the hands of a strong and aggressnve Iona team The day was marked wnth
many fumbles and few passes Iona got oft to a qulck start early In the first
period Later In the period the chargnng purple and white lane caught All
Hallows behnnd the goal for a two point touchback In the second pernod Iona
again pushed over another touchdown The second half was fought grnmly
and nenther team scored The game ended I5 O wuth Iona on top
met theur fnrst defeat
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Although All Hallows drove deep unto the Terrlers terntory an the furst
perlod they could not push across a score Fnrst blood was drawn rn the second
perlod when Don Gallagher streaked across on an end run A Dorman Gould
Gallagher pass hut for our second score St Francus struck back wrth a touch
down and the half trme saw the Gaels ahead l3 6 The thrrd quarter saw no
Scurmg an fm: ldbl' pe-:cud .ul Francns scureu Uul lnelr nlgn nopes were Ge
Hated when Don Gallagher raced back the klck ff
touchdown of the game T
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ows vlctorlous l9 l2
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The All Hallows defeat of Mt St Muchael was the upset o
as far as the All Hallows rooters were concerned The game was tightly con
tested but All Hallows determmatlon vltallty and splrct were overwhelmmg
The Mount gave everything It had but It proved to be not enough Don
Gallagher s plunge gave us the touchdown and the Jnm Bean Ernue Haynes
pass combunatlon gave us the extra pomt Glory came wnth vcctory
JACK MEETH Halfback
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The surprise was great when a small Redskin team defeated the Gael
Eleven 32-20. ln the first quarter the fans were thrilled to see Marty Gilligan
run back a blocked kick for an l8 yard touchdown. ln the second period
Charlie Radtke drove across to pay dirt and the half ended with St. John's
scoring. Next period Don Gallagher scored again and here the Indians
sharpened their tomahawks and came from behind with four touchdowns. The
score remained 32-20 despite efforts by the Gaels to regain the lead.
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Front Row: Bill Rosowitz, Billy Walsh. Bob Fngler. Ed Winters. Bill Carrol. Larry Anderson. Jim Fallon,
Bill Carr, Bill Bernich, Melvin Cottcy. Second Row, Billy Donnely. Frank Tzrico Robert Pagnucco. George
Stoher, James Quinn. W.a!ly Gogan. John Dewitt. Joe Brown. Back Row Lou Dc Santis. John l-lolohan,
Joe Parody, Walter Donnely, Ernest Sarnpsin, Walter Mulvaney, Tom Niro. William Kazara.
J. V. Football
The Jay-Vees under the leadership of Coach Ed Musco finished a tough
schedule with a record of two ties and four losses. The Gaels opened their
schedule by tying Fordham 7-7. They then lost to the following teams: Mt.
St. Michael, St. Francis, St. Johns and Hayes. Towards the end of the season
the good work that Mr. Musco was doing with the team was finally rewarded
with a tie against a strong Evander team. Since most ot this year's squad was
composed ot Freshmen a fine season next year can be looked forward to with
the return of these boys.
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St. John's . .
Mt. St. Michael
Hayes . . .
MR. RICHARD KlNG
Front Row, Vtilliam Elfers, John Fitzgerald. Joseph Liebler
Joseph McCullagh, Back Row: Richard Barry, Walter O'Hara
John McNamara, Ernest Haynes. Absent: John Kelly,
The i952 Varsity Basketball Squad con-
tinued the tradition of previous years, the
tradition ot winning. Through the inimitable
coaching ot Mr. Richard King, the squad
gained second place in Division l ot the
CHSAA. After playing superbly in the Tourna-
ment, they finally succumbed to a powerful St.
Ann's team in the finals.
When the regular schedule was completed.
All Hallows accepted an invitation to play in
the Eastern States Catholic Invitational Tourna-
ment at Newport. Rhode Island The team com-
peting with the best Catholic squads of the
North East captured second place.
The fine showing ot this year's team was in
no small measure due to the remarkable play-
ing of its captain, Joe Liebler. Joe, because ot
his outstanding playing. was voted onto the All-
City, All-Met, and last but not least CHSAA
Teams. To add to his glory, he broke a record
of the Cl-ISAA by scoring torty-tive points in
And the names ot Fitzgerald, Kelly, Barry,
Haynes, McNamara, and all the others will al-
ways be remembered in All Hallows for great
playing and great spirit.
Second Place Trophy.
VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
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St. Amr 5
Rice . . .
La Salle . .
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Power . .
St. Anns ,
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St. Ann 3
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St. Peters .
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Front Row J Ryan M Sylvester W Donnelly S McGee P B ckcr Second Po MCT Que F I
ampson R Farrell R R C tan lC Abs ut R Cunnn ngha
The l95l 52 Junlor Varsrty Basketball team
dsd exceptnonally well m spute of the fact that
xt was an mexperuenced team wnth few of last
year s starters The hard playing and good
sportsmanshlp manifested In all All Hallows
teams were evadent m all the J V s under
takmgs In regular season play the Junnor
Varslty had lost only two of nts sixteen games
ln the playoff wath Power Memorlal whose rec
ord was also fourteen and two the J V lost a
heartbreaker sn a hard fought ball game
Prause must be gnven to the team and par
tlcularly to Fluegler and Cunnmgham whose
tune play led the Jumor Gaels to second place
nn theur duvlsuon of the CHSAA Mr Kung the
coach and Brother Burns the moderator must
receuve credut for a ,ob well done
St Ann s
Mt Sf Muchaels
St Ann s
Mt St Muchaels
Totals All Hallows 829 Opponents 573
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The capable coachlng abllntues of Brother
Bradley were not wasted thus year on the Fresh
man Team The staunch llttle club battled tts
way unto flrst place ID the leaoue only to lose
In the City Champxonshlp Playoffs to Race by
Tne team can boast of an ll l strrng of vlc
torues and a tune trophy to boot The season
started off wuth a bang as the Frosh defeated
the ftrst fuve teams Then the only defeat tc
to Manhattan The Gaels qunckly aycngcd tht
loss by rupprng Manhattan 63 Bl at thelr next
The mann reasons for the huge succcss rt
thls year s team were the ablluty of thc r lwxcrs
and a team sprrut equalled only by thc X zrsltx
and J V teams Parody Ahearne R th Fat
gerald Gogan OConnor Hearn ano Kn x arc
all to be complimented for fheur talcr t n thc
Once agaln lt IS our pleasure to complrment
the managers lJoe Canavan Tom Purcell Tom
Mchlamaral and Brother Bradley for turnnng
out such a splendld and successful team an
other reason why All Hallows has rlght to be
St Stmon Stock
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The Track team of l95l-52 main-
tained the All Hallows tradition of a
small but spirited squad. With the ex-
ception of a few varsity runners, it is
an inexperienced team but shows great
signs of becoming a powerhouse in the
near future with Brother Quinn as track
The Cross Country team won third
place in the lrish Christian Brothers
Meet and was able to win its share of
medals in various other competitions
Some of the outstanding stars of the
cross country season were Fazzino
Donnelly Carney Wozar and Deeley
The lndoor team had for its limelight
a crack 880 relay team consisting of
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lagher, W. Hickey. J. Fazzino, T. Dempsey, Second Row: F Wozar
J. Bohan, E. Gaw, O. McLaughlin, P. Carney. Third Row: W. Carr
Don Gallagher. John Fazzino, Dick
Deely, and Tim Dempsey. Among the
many laurels they attained were a third
place prize in the National Catholic
Relay Meet and first place in the Hayes
There are great expectations pre-
dicted for the All Hallows Outdoor
team. With the addition of two more
star runners. Bill Hickey and Ozzie
McLaughlin. the outlooks are bright for
the team in the forthcoming Penn and
Seton Hall Relays and also in the out-
doorl C. B Meet.
On the Cie' llO
DONALD GALLAGHER and
E. Sampson, J. Parom' J. Gmcson. Q. Duggan. J. OSU" .arm
J, Plc-f'norv?c. G. MCKN' cp. Top Row: T. Vvhwtfwclfi. P. Rccwe,
J. Suwehan, J. Erojemck, M. Dcvm, J. Vvakh, J. Mc,me'rwc,.
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J, Fitzgerald. J. Liebler, R. Strommer, P. Hoffman,
aim' J. McNamara, J. Baily. Back Row: V, Sullo, R. Beston,
W. Ryan, J. O'CaIlaghan, J. Dorrian, W. Mark,
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At the time this Halloween goes to print,
the baseball season had just begun, and so
there was no way to determine the actual
ability of the team. Though the season was
young, the Varsity squad gave an excellent
impression of itself in the two games that
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it played against Xavier and Power. The
team should end the season near or at the
top of the league's standings.
The squad had many "rookies" and six
members of last year's team. They are:
Liebler, Fitzgerald, Bean, Beston, Bally, and
Gangi. The underclassmen show much
promise: with the experience of last year's
members, the team has much potentiality.
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Front Row W Mulvaney W Ahearn R Pagnucco, T. O'Connor, H. Magnusen, C. Hearn, D. Slattery
Back Row J Engler P Lanzone W Bernard, N. Cuomo, J. Dolan, R. Ricci, R. Brazier, T. Fitzgerald
W Bernlch C Anderson, J. McElligot, D. Komiski, E. Ray.
Two hours after Brother Curtin announced that
tryouts for J. V. Baseball were to be held, sixty Fresh
men and Sophomores were out throwing and warming
up. From this number some twenty odd boys were
selected for the team. Many of the choices were ditti
cult, but the best players, in the coach's opinion, were
The J. V. Baseball team has some excellent pros-
pects who, through Brother Jochum's diligent coach-
ing, may be looked to not only this Year, but also in
future years. Many victories on the diamond are
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Richard Flanagan Samuel Foley
Looking back on the past year we see that it
has been busy eventful and consequently one
that has flown by The first half was the busier
since it was devoted to a diligent preparation
for the Regent examinations in Mathematics
English I English ll and Social Studies With
everyone passing and receiving a Preliminary
Regents Certificate the second half of the year
greeted us with Latin and Algebra subjects
that have prepared us for high school work
The eventful part of the year came as a re-
sult of our participation in the saying of the
Rosary during the months of October and May
and the making of the Way of the Cross as a
class group during Lent. Such school activities
as Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta The Pirates
of Penzance band music appreciation elo-
cution football basketball and Gram News
also helped in making this year not only event-
ful but also pleasureful.
lf we graduates were asked to express our
feelings upon leaving the grammar school
Paul Frank Louis Gaffney
Donald Grey' 123 Edward Hein Thomas Kennedy
would fund wlthln us feeltngs of toy anxuety
sadness and apprecuatlon
Joy belng felt over the fact that the day we
thought so far away ln September l944 had
ftnally arrayed Anxnety for the comung years
of hlgh school has been a recent companlon
and has left some of us umpatuent longung for
the opentng of school next September Sadness
presents Itself among these feelrngs over the
fact that our happy grammar school days are
ended separatung us from our lower grade
frlends and many delnghtful actuvutues Of all
our feellngs the strongest ns that of apprecua
tton Apprecuatuon for the enterest shown and
the nndlvldual attentnon gnven to us by our knnd
efftcuent and zealous teachers who worked for
Je eph Marcl y Anthony Me url
Anthony Llcbler Thomas Ly ns
Peter Magnante Thomas Manntng
us wholeheartedly ln the classroom and who
sacrtfuced much of theur tlme an provndlng us
wnth after school actnvnttes To these Brothers
we want to extend a srncere thanks for thelr
lnsplratton that wtll lead us In the future to
model our ltves on those of Chrnst and HIS
Robert Mow on rfcbert McDcrmctt 124 George MCG- rlcm
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REV. BRO. C. C. CURTIN
Front Row P, Frank J O'ShauQh
say, T L,cns. T Can on, V. Conian
Basora Second Row J. Brennan
Kennedy, R. Hanagan, J. Coffey
O'GraJx,, D. STJCLS Back Row
Manning, R. Mornscn. B.Cos1eHo
J. Marchwony, P. Magnante.
Front Pow: J Bzeien, E. Romanow
W. O'Hara, M. Bergen, Second Row
J. Keenan, R. Orcewe, P. Mclmyre
T Cavev. M. Wxnnc. Third Row
E. Cumrmngs, T. Lennon, P. Vnrtuoso
J Eohan, J Oates Back Row: P
Engmh, R, Rnezier. R. DaNas,
A. Scudcier, J. Mwlms.
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Front Row: W. Caacy, P. Temple
F. Morzgan, J. Russelh Second Row
W. Frank, E M:Cusker, G. Argcnno
E. Casey. Thfro Row: M. Mcrrnman
R. NcvwHe, W. Mahoney, E. McA1oon
W. Law. Fourth Row: P. Cuomo
J. Mabonc, J. Costelio, G. Rnpol,
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Fran! PCN: L. Crofa. R. Green. F.
O'Dcnnc'1. M, Harrngan. Second Row
G, Dey. R. FrTzQcraN'f, C. Morrrson.
P. Na:D:naN'1, R, Hrmtaugh. Thrrd
Row: F. T,rreH, R, X-Nagner, V, Ver-
lezza. G. McClcHand. Back Row: T.
Raz: rf, P. Brauer, D. McA1con,
REV. BRO. R. D. BALZE
ont Row: A. Bergen, R. Scomno
. Carroll, M. Groftola. Second Row
D. Perry, R. Turner, J. Merriman, V
D'Eu+em1a Thrrd Row: B. Farrlell
A, Esposito, M. DcTuro, W. Qulrk
Brady, Back Row: R. Boyhan
Wnlson, T. Cobtclbo, D. Sullivan
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Front Row: J Hegart, R, Leone
C. Hc'fe'nan, T. Moran. R. Smlwan,
Second Row: K. McCarthy, T. Mar-
tell, J. Vwerno. R. Fagan. G. Lopez
A, Cherwco, A. Tntus. Back Row:
R. Hcmcon, W. Geffens, R. Carota,
R. Napoixtano, F. Dcrancy.
REV. BRO. S. P. CONSIDINE
Front Row: D, Von Marbach, R
Harrigan, R, Hanagan, J. Fariey, J
O'Ccnnor M, Care W. Klle . Sec
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ond Row: J. De Snmone, L. Lopez,
G. McCar1r1.K. CoughIwr1,W.ChnQue
lm, E. C+'nmeNo, W. Brady, W. Mc-
Aloon Back Row: J, Accordmo, R.
Deppe, A. Crnstma, E. Kmg,
Lne R Flanagan D G ay C Wlson T Lenno V Rcrnanow R Co tello T Mann ng
Backf eld J OShaughnessy C Bengamn G McGoldrCk R McDe ott
Thus year s elghth grade team proved lt
self equal to the best of All l-lallows past
football teams Although they dad not wan all
thelr games thelr splrut on the football freld
made up for an undefeated season
mln Robert McDermott and John O Shaugh
nessy ln the backfleld the team possessed
:Deed D3:Slr1g dumly drlu clever quarter
backmg Smoky Brennan stood ready to full
nn for any of those backfneld players
As for the lane we had Tom Manning and
Rlcharcl Flanagan at the ends Both were fast
and capable pass recenvers Playlng In thelr
place on defensrve were Sam Foley and Gus
Colon Donald Gray and Brnan Costello were
our hard drnvlng and power drlven tackles
Tom Lyons and Terry Lennon were on hand
to give these players a rest and take over for
defense work At guard Eddne Romanow and
Charlie Wilson made ln lmpregnable wall to
penetrate Eddle although a seventh grader
and younger player than most of the others
made up for lt by has blocks and tlmely
tackles Charlle a newcomer to the school
prcked up the tradltnonal spnrlt of All l-lallows
and gave hrs best on both defense and of
fense Joe Marchlony get fvrst call at center
and Louns Gaffney stood ready as a very
Gett ng pr pared t r lcna
Our elghth grade team has guven us rea
son to be proud We knew they would carry
the name of All Hallows to victory no matter
what the odds agalnst them
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Di Pentima goes around end.
47 Princeton Boys Club . . 0
O Iona ....... 2l
l4 Vikings . . . . 7
0 St. Raymond's . . 6
l8 Allen Stevenson , . 6
18 St. Mary's . . , 0
7 St. Raymond's . . 0
l3 Mt. St. Michael's . . 0
6 St. Mary's ...., 6
I8 Moeschen Boys Club . . 6
0 Iona ....... 6
This year's Midget Gael team was a
great success under the expert coach-
ing of Brothers Duffy and Joyce. They
assembled their squad of approximately
twenty boys from fifth and sixth grades
and practiced them faithfully every
Some of the sixth grades had already
had some experience on last year's
Midget Gaels. and Brothers Duffy and
Joyce expected to build a winning team
The fifth graders turned out in large
numbers hoping to make a place for
themselves on the first string, Such
spirit resulted in some excellent ma-
terial to make a good team.
Since the opening of the football
season the entire squad attended prac-
tice sessions either in the yard or at
Macombs Dam Park. Under the able
training of their coaches. the team
showed itself well able to handle a
tough schedule and come out on top.
We of the Grammar School are proud
also of our Midget Gaels.
We're on our way.
Junior Baal Basketball
The Gram Gaels went through a season of
twenty-three rugged games with great spirit
and all round team work that has been the
characterization of every eighth grade squad
ot All Hallows. Despite the loss of the only
experienced player, George McGoldrick, early
in the season, the Gaels succeeded in compiling
a record ot twelve wins and eleven losses. Al-
though the Gaels did not have a very successful
season, they played hard and never gave up no
matter what the odds against them. Our eighth
grade team played the brand ot ball that has
become a tradition at All Hallowsi good, hard.
and clean. The fellows of this year's eighth
grade team leave behind them an outstanding
example of what can be done though much-
needed experience was lacking. They fought
to bring victory to the school they love.
Front Row D Gray C Benlamin B Costello Back Ro R Mcbe mott S Foley
J Dolan R Flanagan G Mc oldrrck T Mann ng C Vv lscn
Junior Gaels Record
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Sacred Heart Brcnx
Our Lady ot Refuge
S He ena
Our Lady of Refuge
St Cec l a
BROTHER R M COOGAN
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lllidqel Gael Basketball
With the basketball season of l952 behind
them, the Midget Gaels have shown great
promise for the future. Combining an offen-
sive fast break with a defensive zone, the All
Hallows Fifth and Sixth Grade basketball team
compiled the enviable record of fifteen wins
and six defeats. Included in this record is the
Gaels' five wins and four losses against such
noted midget seventh and eighth grade com-
petitors asi St. Jerome's gainer of the playoffs
for the Bronx C.Y.O. Championship, St. Mary's
of City Island, Our Lady of Angels, St. Luke's,
St. Cecilia's, Good Shepherd, and St. John's,
gainer of the C.Y.O. Championship semi-finals
and winner of the De La Salle Midget Tourna-
ment. The Gaels' center, Alphonso Thomas,
supplied the height for the team. Thomas Con-
roy and Gary Shinnick were the high scorers
and packed the big punch for the Blue and
White with l88 and lZl points respectively
Front Row A McCall P Quinn T Conroy A Thomas G Shinnick Back Row J Gleeson
J Costello J Kelly W Frark R Beers M McCarthy
Midget Gaels Record
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Our Lady of Angels
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St Philip of Neri
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BROTHER P R DUFFY S' CeC"'a
BROTHE . LOWS
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T. Carroll, T, Conroy, T, Sullivan, J. Ricci.
iiThe Pirates ot Penzance-' was presented in thc school
auditorium by the Grammar Schcol Department ct All
Hallows lt was enthusiastically received by large audiences
ot parents relatives. and friends ct the young thespians
A notewcrthv teature ot thc entertainment was the intellif
gent and spirited participation bv the vouthtul actors in the
rousing and tunetul choruses and their keen understanding
et the cperetta was evidenced toe bv their apparent enjoyf
ment ct the subtle witticisms and trtslicsigmc lianter ct Gil-
berts satric lyrics lt was this whilehearted parttcipation
that so greatlx impressed the audience The xcung princi-
pals deserxe a wird it praise Their hard wcrk since Sep-
tember certatnlt bcre fruitful results Their pcise and stage
presence were indicatiwe ct the sericusness with which they
had participated in preliminary rehearsals
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Death nt Venerable Edmund tgnatnrs thee, 1944
tttass nt thanksgiving tn St. 'Patrichs Cathedral
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