All Hallows High School - Halloween Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 148
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Fifty years ago Br. Fitzgerald joined the Christian Brothers of Ireland. What can be
said about him? He speaks with his heart and his heart burns with love for the greater
glory of Cod. He has scattered the storms in many a mind and left there peace and
contentment. We, who have known him so well, owe him a great debt - one that
can never be repaid. For to us all he has been a scholar, a gentleman, and most of all,
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We wish to give thanks to a most faithful and devoted friend of All Hallows, Mr.
Christopher Heffernan, who this year celebrates his 26th year of service here.
During his stay he has played a vital role in fostering our education and planning
our future. Mr, Heffernan has long been known for his generous spirit of help to all
and for that inevitable kind word to all his students. We salute him as a most loyal
friend of All Hallows, and as the personification of all that makes the true Catholic
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The lives of each of us are marked by milestones of one sort or another,
pleasant some unpleasant, but yet they are definite, clear, distinctive demarkations.
Your high school graduation marks such a milestone in your lives, a mixed mark-
ing, partially pleasant because you have achieved some note of success, partially un-
pleasant, because you are leaving friends and breaking ties formed over many years
and moulded in an environment and an atmosphere with those whose aims were
similar to yours, namely, to grow in knowledge and especially to grow in the know-
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love and service of Go an
Spending four years of one's life in any one endeavor is an appreciable amount
of time, but to have spent it usefully is indeed an accomplishment of which one
may well be proud. You, yourselves, are proud now of your "fait accomplin, your
Parents, Relatives and Friends are likewise proud and we, your teachers here at All
may also boast of your ac ie
Many of you, leaving now, will, unfortunately, have no further ties with us,
many more of you, will definitely continue your connection with and interest in
your school, its hopes, ambitions and successes. However, for all of you, All Hallows
prays for succes, a success which we sincerely hope will continue to be guided by love
of God. May God keep, guide and bless each and every one of you.
Brother R. B. Power, Ph.D.
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Good teachers . . . should have perfect human formation, intellectual and moral.
For the teaching office is a lofty position which calls for intellectual discernment and
for goodness of heart, for a capacity for intuition and delicacy of spirit, for adaptability
and adjustment as well as human depth, capable of bearing all for love of neighbor.
Good teachers need a professional competency which should be at least above average
and better yet, outstanding on all levels of instruction and in each of the specialized
fields, if it is not to be unworthy of a mission which serves not merely the people and
the State, but also God, the Church and souls.
MR. H. SHANZ
MR. H. BEAL MR. A. SAGAN
World History' English English, Lcrtin, Economics Bcmcl Instructor
MR. R. KING MISS M. O'RElLLY MRS- D- CARROLL
Enqlish, Coach of Basketball, Librqrign Nurse
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Registrar Glee Club Instructor Ef1CJ1iShf WOTld HiST01'Y
MR. V. GALLAGHER MR. I. M
General Science, Mathematics English, Frenc
ARCOUX BR. L. C. HALEY
h KNot Picturedl Mathematics, Moderator ot
BR. C. B. QUINN
Enqlish Moderator of
Blue and White
BR. G. CARR BR. B. WALSH
Reliqion. MGihSIT1GiiCS., Religion, Physics, Mathematics,
Moderator of Athletics Moderator of the Year Book
BR. I. R. KELLY BR. I. H. FITZGERALD BR. A. P. SULLIVAN
Religion, History, BiO'lOQY Religion, Latin, World History Reliqion, Historv,
Moderator of Track Mathematics, Moderator ot
Band and Dance Committee
BR. E. T. RICE BR. I. G. MCPADDEN
Religion, English, French, Religion, Biology, French,
Moderator of Falhefsl Club Moderator of Track, Glee Club
and the Tennis Team
BR. P. L. NAGLE BR. N. T. MURPHY BRO- I- A- MCKENNA
Religion, French, English Religion, Latin, Mathematics, R91iQiO1'1, MCffheIHCIiiCS, LCIUTI,
Moderator of Handball and Moderator of the Sodaliiy of English
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To the Seniors of 1956 this was the greatest year at All Hallows. They achieved
the distinction of winning the largest number of State Scholarships in the history of
All Hallows. The victors are to be congratulated on their ability and industry. The
class of 57 Wishes them equal success in their future endeavors.
IAMES I. DOHERTY DANIEL H. FAHEY STEVEN I. FAZIO DENNIS F. FLAHERTY
PATRICK I. GREANEY EDWARD I. HEIN I. IOSEPH IENNINGS THOMAS A. KENNEDY
PETER C. MAGNANTE
EUGENE T. MCFADDEN
CHARLES I. MCLAUGHLIN IAME G. MCLAUGHIJN CONSTANTIN C. MENGES CHARLES S. MOONEY
THOMAS M. O'CONNOR
ANTHONY P. PINTO HENRY F. RYAN DONALD F. STIRBIS
mloorfcrnce of CArisfian Salucafion
It is therefore as important to make no mistake in education, as it is to make no
mistake in the pursuit of the last end, with which the whole work of education is
intimately and necessarily connected. ln fact, since education consists essentially in
preparing man for what he must be and for what he must do here below, in order
to attain the sublime end for which he was created, it is clear that there can not be
true education which is not wholly directed to man's last end, and that in the
present order of Providence, since God has revealed Himself to us in the Person of
His Only Begotten Son, Who alone is "the way, the truth and the life," there can be
no ideally perfect education which is not Christian education.
WILLIAM P. ACOSTA
Bill, a typical All Hallows man, has
been a member of the "Blue and White"
staff, the Bowling team, the Track team
and, in his Senior Year, the Dance Com-
mittee. His outstanding personality will
assure him success in the future. The best
wishes of his friends go with him to the
Citadel Military Academy in South Caro-
lina, where he will pursue a military
ROGER I. ARMBRUSTER
Iunior High School I6
Roger has lent his talents to the Band
for two years. His amiability and out-
standing personality will take him Iar at
St. Iohn's University, where he plans to
study Business Law.
RUSSEL G. BLISS
Russ, a well liked senior, has lent his
many talents to various school activities.
Aside from playing Tennis for three
years, he participated in Intramural Bas-
ketball. We all wish Russ the best of
luck in a Liberal Arts course at Iona.
THOMAS I. BOCI-IENKO
Our Lady of Fatima
Coming to All Hallows from across the
Hudson, Tom has spent two years in the
Glee Club, two years on the I. V. Base-
ball team and one year on the Varsity
Baseball squad. A course in Dentistry at
Seton Hall is the choice of this four year
IOSEPH F. BADER
Ioe is a twelve year man at All Hal-
lows. He was Vice-President of the De-
bating Society, an honor student for tour
years and a member of the "Halloween"
staff. We wish him the best of luck at
Stevens Institute oi Technology, where he
will study Engineering.
IAMES P. BOI-IAN
A twelve year man, Iim has contribut-
ed his talents to the Concert Band and
the Swing Band. In his Senior Year, this
well liked student joined the Dance Com-
mittee. An honor student for Iour years,
and a General Excellence Medal winner
in Iirst and third year, lim is sure to suc-
ceed at Notre Dame, where he will study
St. loseph Academy
An ardent supporter of school activi-
ties, Alan's quiet and friendly nature has
secured him many friends. l-le has been
a member of the Glee Club and Tennis
team for two years. Alan intends to pur-
sue a course in Medicine at Columbia
University. We are sure that he will suc-
ceed in his chosen endeavor.
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EDMUND A. BRADLEY
Saint Vincent Ferrer
An ardent supporter of school activi-
ties, Ed is well known at All l-lallows.
Ed Won the General Excellence Medal
in Freshman Year and has been a three
year honor student. The Senior Class
wishes Ed the best of luck in his study
of Business Administration at N.Y.U.
RAYMOND H. BRYANT
Throughout his stay at A.H. Ray has
been an ardent supporter of school acti-
vities. As a member of the Blue and
White, the Bowling team and the Dance
Committee, he has proven himself to be
a needed part of the school. Good luck
to you, Ray, in your career of Liberal
Arts at Iona.
DONALD I. BUCHANAN
This well liked Senior has demonstrat-
ed outstanding school spirit throughout
his four years at All Hallows. He has
played Freshman, l.V. and Varsity Bas-
ketball, and in his Senior Year he took
an active part in the Dance Committee.
He wishes to study Electrical Engineer-
ing at Manhattan College. Don's all
around ability guarantees his success in
FRANCIS l. BYRNE
Frank, a true All Hallows man, has
distinguished himself as an athlete. He
has taken part on the Cross Country and
the Track teams ior four years. ln his
Senior Year he joined the Dance Com-
mittee. School spirit and a winning
smile have made his stay at All Hal-
lows a success. The best wishes of his
clc-ssmates are his, for a successful future
at Manhattan College, where he will
take a Liberal Arts Course.
IOHN I. CASEY
St. Frances of Rome
All Hallows has profited by lohn's
membership in both the Glee Club and
the Dance Committee during his stay
here. Surely this untiring school spirit of
lohn's will lead him to unbounded suc-
cess in his chosen career.
LEE T. CAHILL
Throughout his four years here at All
Hallows, Lee has ably lent his talents to
both the Handball team and the Dance
Committee. With this well rounded edu-
cation supporting him, he will undoubt-
edly do very well in his study of Biology
at St. Francis College.
IAMES C. CAULFIELD
During his stay here at All Hallows,
lim has shown his friendliness and
has thereby gained m any lasting
friends. Mixing sincerity and resource-
fulness was lim's recipe for success. His
school spirit is shown in his support of
the Intramural Basketball program. We
know that he will prosper at Iona Col-
lege, where he plans to study Business
EDWARD F. CARROLL
St. Frances of Rome
Never at a loss for words, this popular
senior has made his presence felt at All
Hallows. During his stay, Ed was an
honor student and an ardent supporter of
the lntramural Basketball teams. ln ad-
dition, he was a member of the Dance
Committee and the Glee Club. Ed plans
to study Medicine at Georgetown, and we
all join in wishing him the success he
JOSEPH I. CLEARY
Our Lady of Lourdes
loe's wit and friendly smile have made
him a popular student in his four years
at All Hallows. loe played lntramural
Basketball in Freshman Year. loe is un-
decided about college, but the seniors
are sure that he will be a success in
whatever field he chooses.
PETER V. COLANGELO
Pete's exceptional athletic ability has
enabled him to become a valuable mem-
ber of many school teams. Aside from
having been on l.V. Football and the
intramural Basketball team, Pete has
played an important part on both the
l.V. and the Varsity Baseball squads.
Pete's good natured personality has
won him many friends at All Hallows.
l-le is sure to succeed at Manhattan Col-
lege, where he will study Business
lOl-IN l. COLARUSSO
Our Lady of Refuge
lohn's friendly manner and whole
hearted enthusiasm have made him out-
standing in school affairs. He lists among
his accomplishments participation in the
Glee Club and the Bowling team. In his
Senior Year, he joined the Dance Com-
mittee. He hopes to further his educa-
tion at Fordham College where he is sure
to succeed in the study oi Liberal Arts.
GERARD A. CONNOLLY
Our Lady of Mercy
An all around All Hallows man, Gerry
nas been a supporter of school activities
throughout his tour years here, as well
as being an active member of the Bowl-
ing team and the Dance Committee in
his Senior Year. Undoubtedly, he will
succeed in his study of Business at Ford-
ham or Iona.
IOHN P. CULLEN
This good natured senior has spent
four years in the Concert Band and one
year on the Dance Committee. Iohn
played Intramural Basketball in his
Junior Year. A four year honor student,
lohn is assured of success in his chosen
RICHARD I. CUMMINS HENRY A. D'ALI..ACCO ROBERT E. DALLAS
St. Thomas Aquinas
Dick has earned much note as a
three year honor student, including a
Next in Merit Medal in Freshman Year,
and the Iona College French Award in
Sophomore Year. In addition he has been
on the staff of the "Blue and White" for
two years. The best wishes of his class-
mates are Dick's for success at Fordham,
where he plans to study Liberal Arts.
During his stay at All Hallows, Hank
has been a typical student. He has
played on the Bowling team and the
Intramural Basketball Team. Scholas-
tically, this good natured senior has been
an honor student for one year. In his
Senior Year he joined the Dance Com-
mittee. Hank's fine record assures him of
success at Manhattan, where he plans
to study Lngineering.
Bob has been in All Hallows since
Grammar School, and is well liked by
all the seniors. He has contributed his
talents to the Freshman, I.V. and Varsity
Basketball Squads, and has spent one
year on the outdoor Track team. Bob's
fine character and friendly manner will
assure him of success at Iona College
where he intends to study Business Ad-
MARTIN I. DANKO
l-lailing from Westchester, Marty has
contributed his "Flying Feet" to the All
Hallows Track team in Freshman and
Sophomore Years. In his fourth and
final year, he was a member of the Hal-
loween. A four year honor student,
Marty is assured of success as a Liberal
Arts student at Iona.
CARL I. DEGENHARDT
Carl's generous nature has won many
friends at All Hallows, and has made
him an active participant in school in
school affairs. He has been a member
of the Library League for four years and
a member of the Sodality for two. In
his Senior Year he was elected Treasurer
of the Sodality. We sincerely wish him
the best of success in his chosen career
in the Navy.
PATRICK I. DELAMERE
St. Margaret Mary
Pat, who possesses an excellent per-
sonality and an unfailing good humor,
has gained many friends at All Hallows.
In his Freshman Year he was the man-
ager of the Track team, and in his Senior
Year he participated in the Dance Com-
mittee. The best wishes of the graduat-
ing class go with him to Iona College
where he will pursue a course in Busi-
IOHN W. DENNEHY
SS. Peter and Paul
lohn has made many friends in his
stay here at All Hallows. He has par-
ticipated in the Dance Committee and
spent two years on the "Blue and White."
lohn has not decided on which college
he plans to attend, but We are sure he
will be successful in whichever field he
RONALD N. DePOMPEO
Deacon, who comes from across the
river in lersey, has been an active sup-
porter of many activities. He has been
in the Glee Club for four years, and in
the field of sports, he has played l.V.
Football, l.V. and Varsity Baseball and
Basketball. His unassuming manner has
won him many friends who all join in
wishing him the best of luck at Seton
Hall where he intends to study Dentistry.
IOHN I. D'ESOPO
A twelve year man at A.H., Iohn has
lent his talents to the Concert Band for
four years, the Dance Band for three
years, and the Dance Committee in his
Senior Year. lohn's four years as an
honor student should stand behind him
well at M.l.T., where he plans to study
NOEL A. DILLOUGHERY
The Glee Club and Band have profited
by Noel's talent and personality in the
past four years. After graduation, Noel
plans to enter Fort Schuyler as a member
of the United States Marine Corps.
EUGENE l. DONALDSON
Upon entering All Hallows, Gene be-
came a member of the Halloween staff,
where he has served four years. A mern-
ber of the Handball team for two years,
he also sang in the Glee Club. We know
that he will carry with him the traditions
of All Hallows in his Marine Transporta-
tion Course at the New York Maritime
College at Fort Schuyler.
PETER l- DONNELLY
During his four years at All Hallows
Pete has lent his efforts to the Track team
for four years as well as playing lntra-
mural Basketball in Sophomore Year and
being on the Dance Committee in Senior
Year, His plans for the future include
WlLLlAM M. DUGAN
St. Angela Merici
Bill has participated in the Newspaper
and in the Dance Committee here at
A.H. He also played lntramural Basket-
ball for his entire four years. He was an
honor student in his first year. Known
to all as a nice guy, Bill is looking for-
ward to a college education in the field
of Business Education at Manhattan or
THOMAS P. EAGAN XAVIER pq EBOLI IAMES EGAN
Tom's four years here at All Hallows
have been busy ones. Debating, News-
paper and Handball have occupied his
time. Tom has also been a four year
honor student. We know he will succeed
at Fordham where he intends to study
During his stay at All Hallows, Xavier
has played three years of Baseball, one
on the l.V., and two on the Varsity. His
athletic endeavors also include member-
ship on the Bowling team. He plans to
study Liberal Arts at the University of
lim has been well-known in All Hal-
lows throughout his four years here, He
has attributed to school activities by tak-
ing part in Track and Glee Club in first
XGUY- lim, a good student and a well
liked fellow at A.H., intends to study
Agriculture at Cornell.
RICHARD I. ELLIS
A General Excellence medal Winner,
and a four year honor student, this good
natured Senior has lent his talents to the
Glee Club and the Bowling team. Dick
is sure to succeed in his chosen field of
Engineering which he will study at Man-
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PAUL I. EPPERLEIN
St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Paul joined us in the middle of Senior
year from Auaustinian Academy where
he had studied for three years. L1 his
short time here, he has made many
friends. We all Wish Paul the best of
luck when he journeys to Columbia Uni-
versity Where he Will take up Iournalism.
ANTHONY I. ESTELLA
Tony's genial personality has Won' him
many friends during his stay here.
Among his activities may be counted
three years as a member of the Baseball
team. He is assured of success at Iona
Where he will study Business.
IOSEPI-I A. FALAI-IEE
Incarnation Grammar School
During his four years at All Hallows,
Ioe has lent his talents to the Intramural
Basketball team in first and second years,
and to the Dance Committee in his Senior
year. The best wishes of his fellow
seniors go with Ioe to Manhattan College,
Where he will study Liberal Arts.
GERARD H. FEENAN
Gerry has won many friends in his
tour years at All Hallows and his per-
sonality assures him of success at Man-
hattan College. Our best wishes go with
him in his course of Liberal Arts.
IAMES C. FLANAGAN
Our Lady of Mercy
An Honor Student in second year, lim
has lent his talents to the Track and De-
bating Teams. lim also played in the
Band for four years. We all wish Iim the
best of luck at Iona College where he
will take Business Management.
This popular senior was a three year
member ot the scholarship class. Friend-
ly and hardworking, Fitz has won many
friends during his stay at All I-Iallows.
Fitz's activities include one year as pho-
tographer for the Newspaper and the
Halloween. In Senior Year Fitz was
elected editor of the Halloween. We feel
sure that Fitz will be a success in his
study of Engineering at Manhattan.
DANIEL I. FLOOD
Dan has been very active in activities
here at All Hallows in his four years. He
ran Track for one year and was a mem-
ber of the Glee Club for four years. Dan
intends to spend two years in the Navy
before attending Manhattan College for
ROBERT M. FITZSIMMONS
Saint Gabriel's, Riverdale
Bob in his four years here, has
achieved a record worthy of any All
Hallows' man. He began with Freshman
Basketball, and continued with a year
on the I.V. Baseball and two years on
the Varsity Baseball squad. Bob also
played Football and lent his talents to
the Glee Club where he sang for two
years. All of us at All Hallows wish Bob
the best of luck at Columbia University
where he intends to take a Liberal Arts
IAMES P. FREEMAN
Throughout his four year stay at A,l-I.,
lim has proved beyond doubt his athletic
prowess by his invaluable contributions
to Cross Country and Indoor Track, for
which he has received numerous awards.
After graduation lim intends to continue
his studies at Manhattan College.
lOl-IN P. GAFFNEY
During his four years here at All Hal-
lows, Iohn has ably lent his talents to
both the Dance Committee and the Li-
brary League. Undoubtedly with this
supplemented education supporting him,
he will succeed in his chosen career.
STEVEN D. GARDNER
Steve is one of the twelve year men
at All Hallows. He has been an active
member oi both the regular Band and
Dance Band. He has also participated
in the Dance Committee for two years
and one year of the Science Club. The
best wishes of his many friends will
follow him in his studies in the field of
science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti-
CESAR W. GONZALEZ
Saint Rose of Lima
Cesar has been a well known figure
at All Hallows. His athletic prowess
has helped him sustain a good Track
and Field record. He was on the Cross
Country team for two years and joined
the Bowling team in his Senior year.
Cesar became a member of the Hal-
loween staff in lunior Year and was
elected Associate Editor of the Hallo-
ween in Senior Year. His natural abili-
ties will carry him far at Villanova
University where he will study Chemi-
EDWARD T. GREEVY
Ed, during his four years at All Hal-
lows, has been a popular and credit-
able member oi the student body. He
was a member of the General Science
Club in his Freshman year, and in his
Senior year he joined the Dance Com-
mittee. Ed has not yet decided the col-
lege where he will further his educa-
tion, but his genial personality will sure-
ly win him friends everywhere.
MICHAEL I. HARRINGTON
Saint Catherine of Genoa
During his stay at All I-Iallows, Mike's
personality has made him well liked by
the students and faculty. Mike has con-
tributed his talents to Intramural Basket-
ball for two years and to the l.V. Bas-
ketball team for one year. During the
past year, Mike has been an active
member of the Dance Committee. Lots
of luck to Mike who intends to pursue
an Engineering course at Manhattan.
RALPH G. I-IERNANDEZ
Our Lady of Lourdes
Devoting his entire extra curricular
activities to- Track, George has proved
himself to be worthy of Graduation. Un-
doubtedly, his friendliness will take him
far in his chosen career which he hopes
to begin in Manhattan College.
IAMES C. HEALY
lim has been a valuable member of
the Track team for four years. He has
been a feature writer on the Newspaper
for two years and a four year honor
student as well. We wish lim the best
of luck at Georgetown where he will
study for a Liberal Arts Degree.
IOHN W. I-IEFFERNAN
Our Lady Queen of Peace
lack has made many friends here in
his activities. Among his activities are
the Track team for four years, the Glee
Club, the Library League and the Dance
Committee. lack plans to study Pre-Med
at Georgetown and the Senior class
wishes him the best of luck.
PAUL F. HEIM
Competence and a friendly manner
are the attributes by which Paul has
won the admiration of his fellow stu-
dents. He has demonstrated this school
spirit and ability as a participant in
Intramural Basketball, and as an en-
thusiastic supporter of school activities.
Paul's choice for the future is a career
in the Air Force, where he is sure to
ROBERT M. HOURAHAN
Robert, an honor student, hails from
the Bronx. His ready wit and amiable
personality have made Bob well liked
by all his classmates. The Senior Class
wishes him luck as a Liberal Arts Stu-
dent at Iona.
WILLIAM M. IMI-IOP
St. Francis DeSales
Bill has been invaluable to All Hal-
lows in his position as manager ot the
Varsity Football, the I.V. and the Var-
sity Baseball and Basketball teams. In
addition, Bill has participated in the
Glee Club for a year, and in the Band
and Dance Committee for two years.
Although undecided, as to his choice of
a college, Bill's school spirit is sure to
win him success in the future.
PAUL D. IONES
St. Francis Xavier
Paul is known throughout All Hal-
lows for his enthusiastic school spirit.
He has been a member of the Glee Club,
the Bowling team, the Poster Club, the
"Blue and White," and the Rowing
team. Scholastically, Paul has been an
honor student for four years. All his
classmates join in wishing him success
at Georgetown, where he will begin
study oi Medicine.
MICHAEL I. IORDAN
A well known figure at All Hallows,
Mike is active in school activities. He
played Intramural Basketball for two
years and is a member of the Dance
Committee in Senior Year. The seniors
wish Mike the best of luck in whatever
field he chooses.
IOHN M. IOYCE
St. Francis Xavier
Iohn is a popular figure here at All
Hallows and is an ardent supporter of
school activities. Among his activities
are the "Blue and White", the Bowling
team, and LV. Basketball. We are sure
that lohn will be a success in his study
of Liberal Arts at Iona.
IOI-IN G. KEEGAN
An active participator of the C.Y.A.,
Iohn was unanimously chosen student
leader in his Senior Year. In addition
he was an active member of the Glee
Club for iour years and the Dance Com-
mittee in his Senior Year. Good luck to
you, Iohn, in your chosen career.
WILLIAM G. KINGSTON
Bill, with his athletic ability, favored
the Track team in second and third
years at All I-Iallows. All our best
wishes go with Bill, to whatever college
he chooses, where he intends to study
IOI-IN M. KEMP
A member of the Dance Committee in
his Senior Year, Iohn is well liked by
his friends. I-Ie intends to go to College,
but hasn't decided which one he would
like to attend.
TIMOTHY I. KLEIN
Throughout his entire stay here at All
I-Iallows Tim has devoted his untiring
efforts to the Band. A first year honor
student, Tim has proven himself to be of
great value to the school. Undoubtedly,
he will succeed in his chosen studies at
Fairleigh Dickenson College.
RALPH A. KING
Ralph has won many friends in his-
stay here at All I-Iallows and his per-
sonality assures him of future success
at Manhattan College, Where he intends
to study Engineering.
MELVIN I. LEE
Our Lady of Angels
A General Excellence Medal Winner
in first year, Mel has been an honor
student for four years. The Track team
for three years and the Handball team
for two years, have benefited from his
TERENCE I. LENNGN
Terry has shown his school spirit both
by his membership in the Dance Band
and the Dance Committee. In addition
he has played in the Concert Band and
has participated in Intramural Basket-
ball. Terry hopes to attend Manhattan
College to study Engineering.
lOl-lN P. LOOBY
During his stay at All l-lallows, Iack
has won many friends by his cheerful
disposition. For four years he has been
an outstanding trumpet player in the
Concert Band and the Dance Band. ln
his Senior Year he took an active part
in the Dance Committee. Our best
wishes go with him to Stevens Institute
of Technology, Where he will study Tool
and Die Designing.
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ROBERT V. LOTT
St. Frances ot Rome
Bob, a four year honor student, has
been active on the staff of the "Blue
and White" for three years. In Senior
Year, Bob joined the Dance Committee
and was elected Sports Editor of the
Newspaper. The many talents of this
well-liked senior will be oi great value
to him at Fordham, where he plans to
JAMES P. MAGUIRE
lim, an active participant in school
activities, has been a credit to All Hal-
lows. He has been an honor student for
four years and a member of the Track
team for one year. Iim's outstanding
record assures him of success at Man-
hattan, where he will study Engineer-
lack has made many friends at All
Hallows. He has devoted his talents to
the Library League of which he has
been a member for two years. We all
wish lack luck at Manhattan or Iona
where he intends to study in the Lib-
eral Arts field.
IOHN I. MAHER
Iohn is a tour Track and Cross Coun-
try man. He was a member of the
Freshman Track team for one year and
the varsity for four years. His fine run-
ning has won him the respect of the
entire Track team. Iohn has also played
two years of Intramural Basketball.
Iohn was captain of the Chess team in
his Freshman year. This fine record as-
sures lohn of success in his chosen
GILBERT I. MARIN
Our Lady of Lourdes
A product of Our Lady of Lourdes
Grammar School, Gil has proved him-
self to be a very likeable student. Activi-
ty wise, he was a member of the Track
team for one year. Good luck, Gil, with
your chosen studies at Iona.
IOSEPI-I G. MARONE
By utilizing his friendly nature, Ioe
has made many friends at All Hallows.
In his Senior Year he was a member of
the Bowling team. His plans after grad-
uation include college.
VINCENT A. MANCA
St. Ioseph Academy
Known for his zealous work on the
Blue and White, Vincent has gained a
very high popularity among the Seniors.
In addition to his journalistic work, he
has been an active member of the Ten-
nis team, the Band and the Glee Club.
He will surely succeed in his chosen
field at Iona.
ROBERT D. MATTES
Bob, a twelve year man at All Hal-
lows, has contributed his talents to the
I.V. and Varsity Baseball teams. A four
year honor student, Bob is sure to suc-
ceed in the field of Engineering which he
plans to study at Manhattan College.
FRANK E. MCARDLE
As our big man on the Basketball
courts, l:'rank's athletic achievements
have been spectacular. One year of
Freshman and l.V. Basketball and two
years of Varsity Basketball have been
rewarded by the admiration oi students
and faculty alike. His enthusiastic spirit
of good sportsmanship Will further his
success when he studies Business Ad-
ministration at his chosen college.
ARTHUR I. McBRlDET
Good natured and amiable Arthur
has been ct loyal supporter of all school
functions. Another example of a typical
student of All Hallows, he has been a
constant admirer of all school teams. A
member of the Dance Committee in his
Senior Year, we know that Arthur's out-
standing personality will assure him of
success in his chosen career.
IAMES P. MCCURMACK
Coming to All Hallows from across
the river in lersey, lim has been an
honor student for iour years. Among
his many activities are included mem-
bership in the Science Club, the Glee
Club, and in his Senior Year, the Dance
Committee. Iim's gocd natured humor
will Win him many friends at Manhattan
College where he will study Science.
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GERALD C. MCDONALD
St. Angela Merici
lerry's four years here at All Hallows
have been filled with shining accom-
plishments. He has won the Iona Col-
lege French Award, and has been a four
year honor student. He has been a
member of the Handball team and the
Dance Committee. His fine record as-
sures him ot success at Manhattan Col-
lege, where he will study Engineering.
IOHN I. MCGARVIE
St. Frances De Chantel
Iosh as he is known to his friends,
served for four years as a member of
the Baseball team. In addition he has
been a member oi the Intramural Bas-
ketball team and the Track team. In
his Senior Year, Iosh was an active
member of the Dance Committee. His
many friends at All Hallows wish him
the best of luck at the New York State
Maritime College at Fort Schuyler.
THOMAS M. McGOVERN
St. Ann's, Bronx
Tom's stay at All Hallows has been
rich in memories to him and his friends.
This four year honor student has been
a feature writer for the "Blue and
White" for two years. The best wishes
of Tom's many friends go with him to
Manhattan College, where he is assured
of success in the field of Engineering.
ROGER C. MCGIBNEY
St. Simon Stock
Roger's friendly personality and ready
wit have won him many friends here at
All Hallows. He lent his athletic talents
to the Intramural Basketball team for
two years. ln his Senior Year, this hard
working senior joined the Dance Com-
mittee. His many friends in the Senior
Class wish him the best of luck at Man-
hattan College, where he plans to study
PHILIP I. McINTYFtE
A twelve year man here at All Hal-
lows, Phil played in the band in Fresh-
man Year and has supported all the
school activities during his stay at All
Hallows. Phil intends to study Business
Administration at a local college upon
graduation and the Senior class wishes
him every success.
IAMES I. MCGOLDRICK
lim with his amiable personality is
Well known throughout the school for
his quick wit. He showed his sports-
manship ability in Intramural Basket-
ball. We all Wish lim the best of luck
in His Business Administration course at
CHRISTOPHER E. McKENNA
Chris' good natured personality and
excellent aptitudes have combined to
give All Hallows a fine student. As
Well as being an honor student for one
year, he has been active in the General
Science Club, the Dance Committee and
Intramural Basketball. His wit and all
around ability will assure his success in
his chosen field of study at Manhattan
HAROLD R. MINUS
This amiable Senior has demonstrated
his outstanding school spirit throughout
his four years at All Hallows. Among
his activities, he has to his credit two
years on the Track team. Harry, a iour
year honor student, is sure to make many
friends at Lincoln University where he
will major in Pre-Med.
HAROLD E. MITCHELL
Our Lady oi Refuge
A top honor student for two years,
Harry has gained the admiration oi his
fellow classmates with his outstanding
personality. After graduation, Harry will
continue his studies at Iona College.
IOSEPH G. MOCCIA
Our Lady oi Mount Carmel
Ioe is known throughout the school for
his winning ways and ready smile. Ioe
played Intramural Basketball for two
years, He was also a member oi the
Science Club. I-le is undecided as to
which college he will attend.
WILLIAM l. MOCLAIR
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs
Outstanding in school spirit and ath-
letic ability, Bill has been a member of
the Track and Cross'Country teams, and
a member of the Chess and Bowling
teams. This hard worker is sure to suc-
ceed at lona College Where he intends
to study Business Administration. His
iriends wish him the best of luck.
lAMES R. MOORE
Our Lady of Refuge
Through his quiet and unassuming
manner, lim has won the admiration and
respect of all his classmates. He has
been a tour year honor student and an
ardent participant in many extra-curricu-
lar activities, including the Glee Club,
Dance Committee, Varsity Bowling team
and the Newspaper. His talents and
school spirit will win him many friends
at Manhattan where he will study Elec-
lAMES A. MORRISSEY
lim, a four year honor student and
medal Winner, is an enthusiastic sup-
porter of school activities. He has been
President of the Science Club, and was
a member of the Chess team, the Band,
the Sodality, and the Debate Club. In
his Senior year, lim joined the Yearbook
staff and was elected President of the
Debate Club and Prefect of the Sodality.
The best wishes of his classmates are his
for a successful future at his chosen
PATRICK T. MOORE
Pat has participated in Intramural Bas-
ketball in second year, the "Blue and
White" and has been a member of the
Dance Committee. He has not, as yet,
decided on the college he would like to
attend. We wish him luck and know he
will be successful Wherever he goes.
IOHN l. MORAN
lohn is a sincere student and a hard
wcrker, He has been a member of the
Glee Club for three years and was elect-
ed Secretary of the Sodality this year.
Iohn is undecided as to which college he
ALFRED R. MOSIELLO
A twelve year man here at All Hal-
lows, Al has been active in many activi-
ties here, among them is the Band for
four years. .Al plans to attend U.C.l...A.
and take up Business Administration,
The senior class Wishes him success in
his future in college.
IAMES M. MULLIGAN
A twelve year man at All Hallows,
lim has been known for his active sup-
port of school activities. Among the
activities this well liked senior has taken
part in this year is the Concert Band.
The Senior class Wishes lim success at
Manhattan Where he will study Mechani-
IAMES F. MULLINS
A twelve year man at All Hallows,
Iim has devoted his talents to the Con-
cert Band tor tour years. In his Senior
year, he also joined the Dance Commit-
tee and the Bowling team, and has been
a credit to both. We wish lim the best
of luck at Manhattan College where he
will study Engineering. His tine record
will make success certain.
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During his four year stay at All Hal-
lows Iim has lent his talents to the News-
paper for two years, as well as partici-
pating in the Glee Club, Bowling team
and the Dance Committee for one year.
With this well rounded education to sup-
port him Iim will undoubtedly succeed in
his study of Civil Engineering at Man-
THOMAS P. NEVINS
Tom came here from St. Elizabeth's in
Manhattan. He has been an ardent sup-
porter ot school activities. We are sure
that this I-Ionor'Student will find no diffi-
culties in an Engineering Course.
IOSEPI-I A. NEWELL
Ioe's good natured personality has
won him many iriends at All I-Iallows.
During his stay here he has lent his
talents to the Intramural Basketball
teams. His fine scholastic record and
school spirit will help him succeed at
Iona where he i.ntends to study Business
IOHN F. OATES
lack, an active supporter oi school ac-
tivities, has been a Band member for
tour years. His amiable personality has
won lack many friends at All Hallows.
He is sure to succeed as an Engineering
student at Manhattan College.
FRANK M. O'CONNER
This senior has been very active dur-
ing his four years at All Hallows. Frank's
activities include a year on the Dance
Committee, two years on the Newspaper
staff and one year as a member of the
Science Club. Frank plans to attend Iona
College to study Liberal Arts.
IOHN K. O'BRIEN
The Library League and Catholic
Youth Adoration have benefited from
the talents of this twelve year All Hal-
lows man. lohn has been a four year
honor student and Next-in-Merit in Fresh-
man year. He is sure to succeed in his
chosen field, Personal Interviewing,
which he will study at Fordham.
PATRICK I. O'CONNER
Known for his boisterous manner, Pat
has made many friends during his four
years at All Hallows. He was an honor
student in first year and is a member
of the Bowling team. Pat intends to at-
tend New York University after gradua-
IAMES G. O'CALLAGI-IAN
Good natured and amiable, lim is a
loyal supporter of all school activities.
In the field of athletics, Iim was an active
member of the Freshman and Intramural
Basketball teams. Scholastically, he has
a iine record as a two year honor stu-
dent. lim plans to attend Manhattan Col-
lege where he will study Chemical En-
gineering. We wish him best of luck in
all his undertakings.
PAUL M. O'CONNER
Paul's amiable character is known to
all the students and faculty at All Hal-
lows. During his four years in the high
school, he has lent his talents to the
Handball team and to the Intramural
Basketball team. He has also participat-
ed in the Library League for four years
and has sung in the Glee Club as well.
We all wish Paul success in his course
of Marine Engineering at one of the
MARTIN P. GORMAN
St. Angela Merici
Marty has won many friends by his
quiet manner and earnestness. The
Dance Committee and the Glee Club have
been the scene of his activities, he was
also an honor student in first year. Marty
intends to study Lavq at Fordham after
WILLIAM I. O'I-IARA
Bill, a student at All I-lallows for twelve
years, has put his musical talent to good
use as a four year member of the Con-
cert Band, and three year membership in
the Swing Band. In his Senior Year, he
became a member of the Dance Commit-
tee. The entire Senior Class wishes' this
four year honor student the best of luck
in his study of Engineering at Notre
GERARD W. O'REAGAN
Our Lady of Refuge
A four year honor student, Ierry's
ready wit and amiable personality have
served him well. His activities include
two years in the Glee Club, two years as
a member of the Blue and White staff,
and one year on the Dance Committee.
In his Senior Year he was elected Liter-
ary Editor of the Newspaper. We wish
him all the best of luck in a Liberal Arts
course at Iona.
MICHAEL D. O'REILLY
St. Simon Stock
Because of Mike's personality and co-
operative nature, he has made many
friends since his arrival at All I-lallows.
An ardent suporter of school activities,
he has been a member of the Dance
Committee and played Intramural Base
ketball and Freshman Football. All his
classmates join in wishing him the best
of luck in his future career.
EDWARD I. O'SULLIVAN BRIAN M. PATTWELL HENRY P. PIKE
This popular senior has helped All
Hallows both athletically and and so'
cially. Among his many activities, Ed
has played Intramural Basketball and
was a member of the Dance Committee.
His good natured personality and school
spirit will win him many friends at Man'
hattan College, as it has at All Hallows,
when he takes up his study oi Business
WALTER P. QUAST
An active supporter of school activi-
ties, Wally has been a member of the
Baseball, Handball, and Bowling teams.
This four year honor student has also
participated in the Glee Club and the
Dance Committee. Wally's popularity
insures his success at Manhattan, where
he intends to study in the field oi Science.
Our Lady of Fatima
Brian's friends in the graduating class
attest to the personality and wit ot this
four year honor student. While at All
Hallows, Brian has been a member of the
Bowling team and has played Intramural
Basketball. Brian plans to study Business
Our Lady of Refuge
Besides being a member of the scholar-
ship class for two years, Hank was a
member of the Dance Committee as well,
in fourth year. The seniors wish Hank
the best of luck in his study of engineer-
ing at Manhattan.
MICHAEL I. QUINN
St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Mike's four years at All Hallows have
been filled with fond memories. Mike
has been a member of the Handball
team, the Varsity Basketball team and the
Dance Committee. He has also been a
four year honor student. His fellow stu-
dents wish him success in the field of
Engineering, which he intends to study
IOHN P. REIS
In Iohn's four years here at All Hal-
lows he has made many friends. Iohn
was a member oi the chess team and a
two year honor student. The seniors
know that Iohn's school spirit will carry
him far in the future. Iohn intends to
study Accounting at a local college.
CECIL S. RICHARDSON
Mt. Carmel School
Since Corning to All Hallows tour years
ago, Cecil has lent his talents to the
Track .team and Library League. We are
sure that his ready wit will help this
two year honor student during his Engi-
neering course at M.I.T. as mlrch as it
has during his stay at All Hallows.
ROGER I. RIEDER
This twelve year man possesses the
true Gael spirit. His friendly personality
and good natured smile are admired by
all his class mates. For tour years Roger
has been a valuable and hard working
member of the Library League. He plans
to study Business Administration at Iona
College. His many friends wish him the
best of luck in this endeavor.
MICHAEL I. RITTER
"Tex" has participated in the Football
and Intramural Basketball teams in his
Sophomore year, and the Track and Bas-
ketball teams in his Senior year. He was
also an honor student in his Freshman
year. His quick Wit and jovial personal-
ity promise him success at Manhattan
College where he will study Civil Engi-
THOMAS F. ROACI-I
A four year honor student at All Hal-
lows, and a General Excellence medal
winner in First Year, Tod is Well known
among the seniors. Tod played l.V. and
Varsity Baseball for three years and
Intramural basketball for one year. In
his senior year he was a member of the
Yearbook staff. The senior class of A.H.
wishes Tod success in his engineering
course at Manhattan.
EDWARD I. ROMANOW
Ed has shown ability ever since Fresh-
man year, when he was an honor stu-
dent. He is noted for his bright and
candid quips. He also possesses studi-
ous habits. He is contemplating a Busi-
ness Administration course at Fordham.
DENNIS P. RYAN
Dennis has been a member of the
Baseball team and the Basketball team.
After graduation he intends to make a
career out of the Navy. We wish him
the best of luck in his chosen vocation.
DANIEL I. SALVATI
P.S. No. 3
A four year trackman, Dan has also
lent his efforts to the Dance Committee
in his Senior Year. With his high scho-
lastic record to support him, he will
surely succeed in his chosen studies at
RICHARD SAN GUILIANO
Dick has been very active since com-
ing to All Hallows. He has been a mem-
ber of the track team, two years on the
Blue and White, and a member of the
Tennis team. Dick has not decided
which college he will attend.
IOHN I. RYAN
This popular senior is well known for
his great school spirit and friendliness.
He played Intramural Basketball for one
year and actively supported school ac-
tivities during his stay at All Hallows.
The Seniors feel that Iohn will be suc-
cessful in his study of Liberal Arts at
WILLIAM L. SCULLY
Bill, with his Warm smile and winning
Ways, has made many lasting friends at
All Hallows. He demonstrated his school
spirit as a trackman in Freshman year,
and as a member of the Library League
in Senior year. For three years Bill's
voice has enriched the singing of the
Glee Club. Bill plans to study Law at
Fairfield University, where his fine rec-
ord will surely help him succeed.
ANTHONY I. SEMENTO
Our Lady Of Fatima
Tony, a four year honor student has
been active in many school activities.
He has been a member ot the Blue and
White, the Debating Society, the Fresh-
man Track teamy and the Bowling team.
After graduation Tony intends to pursue
a course in teaching at a local college.
IOHN M. SHANAHAN
Our Lady Of Angels
In lohn's four years here at All Hal-
lows he has been a familiar figure. He
ran Track for one year, sang in the Glee
Club for two years, and was a member
of the Dance Committee in Senior year.
lohn intends to study Engineering at
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Ed came to All Hallows in Grammar
school and became well known during
his stay here. Ed was a member of the
Glee Club and the Track team for one
year. Iona is the college where he will
continue his studies.
HENRY W. SOMMER
Henry, a twelve A ear man at All Hal-
lows, has been a member of the Track
and Bowling teams in his Senior year,
and of the Intramural Basketball team
in his Sophomore year, His extracurric-
ular activities have also consisted ot the
Dance Committee and Library League.
He plans to study Liberal Arts at either
Fordham or Manhattan College.
MARIO l. SPINA
Our Lady of Refuge
A very active student in his four years
here, Mario has taken part in many ac-
tivities. Three years on the Track team
and three years on the Basketball team
are accredited to Mario. The Senior Class
wishes him success in his study of Phys-
ical Education at Seton Hall.
RONALD W. STREIBER
Good natured Ronny has been a four
year honor student. Among his activities
are included two years on the Track
team and three years on the Handball
team. His school spirit and scholastic
ability will be of great value to him in
his study of Electrical Engineering at
IAMES l. TANSEY
lim, who has been an honor student
for two years, is well liked by his fellow
seniors. He played Freshman Basketball
and Baseball and later Varsity as well
for two years in both ot these sports.
Iim's ready smile and many talents as-
sure him of success at Fordham, where
he will study Business.
ARTHUR C. THEYSON
Arthur's genial personality and friend-
ly manner have won many friends for
him during his four years here at All
Hallows. l-Ie has proven his athletic
ability by his outstanding record on the
Varsity Track team. We feel sure that
his future will be a success. The best
wishes of Arthur's classmates go with
him to Manhattan College where he will
JOHN F. SWEENEY
St. loan of Arc
A four year honor student and runner
up for the General Excellence medal in
first year, Iohn is well liked by all the
seniors for his good natured humor. An
ardent supporter of school activities, Iohn
has been a member of the Dance Com-
mittee in his Senior Year. The well
wishes of the class go with lohn to Holy
Cross where he will study Liberal Arts.
ROBERT W. TONNER
A member of the Swimming team in
Second Year, Bob participated in the
Invitation Tournament with Rice High
School. ln fourth year he was a member
of the Dance Committee and the Bowling
team. Bob will continue his studies at
the Academy of Aeronautics.
AUGUSTO N. TRIANA
Our Lady of Lourdes
During his four years here at All Hal-
lows, August has proved to be a very
diligent student. His efforts brought him
to the honor roll in second year, Good
luck to you August, in your future studies
at Kings Point.
MICHAEL l. TYSON
St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Mike, an honor student in his first
year, has been an outstanding partici-
pant in school activities. His capabilities
have been amply demonstrated in many
endeavors. Besides three years in the
Concert Band, he has been a member of
the Bowling team and the Baseball team.
He will continue his education at Man-
hattan College where he will take up
IAMES C. VANDERLINDE
Throughout his four years at All Hal-
lows, lim has been an ardent supporter
of school activities. In addition to play-
ing lntramural Basketball for two years,
lim was a member of the Glee Club,
Dance Committee, and Bowling team for
one year. His plans for the future in-
clude Aeronautical Engineering at Man-
JOHN P. VAUGHAN
St. Angela Merici
lohn has been on the Newspaper in
his fourth year, and he played Intra-
mural Basketball in his tirst year. He
has been well known around the school
for his enthusiastic support of school ac-
tivities. The Senior class wishes lohn the
best of luck at Iona College where he
plans to study Business Administration.
lOl-IN L. VECCIA
As a member of the Track team for
four years and the Glee Club for three
years Iohn, has proven himself to be a
very capable man. At present his future
studies are not certain, but whatever his
choice he will undoubtedly succeed.
STEPHEN F. WALSH
St. Margaret Mary
Steve has had four profitable years
here at All Hallows. He has been a
member of the Library League and a
three time honor student. The Senior
class wishes. Steve success at Port
Schuyler where he will study Marine
GEORGE I. VERRANDO
Institute Auxdern Roseberg
During his stay at All Hallows, George
has been a member oi the Track team
for three years, and an honor student
for two years, All his classmates wish
George the best of luck as an Aeronau-
tical Engineering student at M.I.T.
PAUL M. WALDRON
St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Through his quiet and unassuming
manner, Paul has won the respect and
friendship of all his class mates. 'He has
been an outstanding member of the Var-
sity Baseball team and in his senior year
he joined the Dance Committee. Paul
plans to further his education at Man-
hattan College. His many friends wish
him the best of luck in this endeavor.
CHARLES W. WOLFERTZ
Known around the school for his
wholehearted support of school activi-
ties, Charlie's fine personality and quick
humor have won him many friends. He
has been a member of the Track team
and the Glee Club for four years, and
the Library League and Dance Commit-
tee for one year each. Charlie intends
to further his education by studying Pre-
Med at Georgetown. We are sure he is
destined for a successful future.
lOSEPH P. WOODS
loe has been noted for his support of
school activities. He has been a member
of the Basketball team for four years and
played tennis for one year. He intends
to study Physical Education at a local
college and the seniors are confident
that he will succeed.
IN MEMORIAM to an AH Hallows man.
To one who studied, played and kneh ai
Mass beside us, whom God has called
away to be with us no more. But now
you are wiih God, Arthur, and we pray
you to remember us before ihe Heavenly
Throne. That one day all of us may be
with you in Heaven.
I gazed through half-shut eyes at the lazy summer sky,
lune was gone forever, and 'twas well past mid-july.
Silently I sat there musing in my drowzy mind.
Thinking of the future, and the past that lay behind.
Then the fleecy clouds all floated downward from the sky
And their mass of hazy vapor all around me seemed to flyg
And when the mist had lifted and begun to disappear,
It stood there like a vision, so vivid and so clear:
The building I had entered so many times before
With Our Lady of All Hallows keeping vigil o'er the door.
Its handle turned by unseen hand, the portal opened wideg
I gazed in silent wonder, then slowly stepped inside.
There in his place of honor, just short of latria,
Encircled by the letters, "Pro Pide et Patna",
The sunlight falling on his wings, imparting golden shine,
The eagle gripped the perch he'd held since Nineteen-Hundred
Nine. j I l
The office of ouroprincipal was just around the bend,
,Where we'd found not just a leader, but also found a friend.
A school is but a group of boys, to keep it at its best,
He made sure each was blending with the efforts of the I6St.
I walked down darkened corridors, pausing now to peer
In each deserted classroom, calling back each by gone year.
The blackboards without markings, each vacant desk and chair,
The lockers standing empty, the laboratories bare.
Brought memories of days I'd spent within their tacit walls:
And when it comes to classes, an A.H. man recalls
The teachers who instructed us and taught us all we know
Imparting eyery fact to us, explaining why 'twas so.
It's not just what they taught us, or because we passed each test,
But the. very way they taught us that I remember best,
Their patience with our little jokes, their efforts, made this true:
The fact that they enjoyed their workmade us enjoy it, too.
I stopped in at the chapel, that little room so dim
Where often we had entered to say a word to Him,
And therethe thought occurred to me, arising to depart,
That of all the rooms within the school, this one was its heart.
To know Him and to serve Him, our always foremost aim,
That we, who are His followers, might glorify His name.
just as we did within these walls, we'll do throughout the years,
Of all the rooms inwhich I paused, the one I found most dear
Was that in whichmy class and I had spent our final year.
Remembering the past events, which to us meant so much,
Cf all our days, ,these very -last had been the crowning touch.
Christmastime andlliaster, the months that slowly passed,
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They all meant something special, for here they were our last.
The Scholarships, the College Boards, each challenge we had
I-lad faded in the conquered past, ne'ermore to be replaced.
The Senior Prom, a magic blend of music and soft light,
You, king, and she, a princess, for one enchanted night,
The day of graduation, of which words could never tell,
As our parents watched us leave our school, they knew weid
But in the dark gymnasium, which once rocked to our cheers,
And lunchroom where weid argued 'bout the Yanks for four long
just as the answer comes to one, if long enough he delves,
I learned the secret of A.I-I., it was the boys themselves.
As I stepped out in the air again, the thought ran through my
That guys like Ioe in front of me, and Tom who sat behind,
Those in my class, the ones next door, and don't forget the rest,
The bond that lay between us had made All Hallows best.
A school is but a group of boys above all that is first,
No lesser than the best of them, no better than the worst.
At A.H. there was harmony, a blend of work and fun
Well tempered by comraderieg the groupwas just as one.
I remembered all the boys I'd known, whom Iid called friend with
And suddenly old joe and Tom were standing by my side.
We talked a while about the past, and then we talked some more
About the days that lay ahead and things that lay in StOIC.
And visions of our futures seemed to rise about the street,
For Tom, the khaki uniform and sound of marching feet,
For joe, was a position in the halls of industry,
For nie, the ivy towers of a university.
We gazed beyond those first few years and saw clouds hanging
But the world now held no terror for me or Tom or Ioe.
Our lives could not be daunted, our spirits not be harmed,
With knowledge, faith and honor, we would set forth fully armed.
I grasped joe's hand in fond farewell, Tom added one more hand,
And from the mist they gathered and around us took their stand,'
A thousand boys whose friendly grasp a giant chain did make
A chain of friendship that the miles or years could never break.
The time had come for parting, on separate paths we filed,
And the Lady of All I-lallows gazed down on us and smiled
For she knew that golden eagle that I mentioned at the start
And the words "Pro Fide et Patria" were stamped upon each
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the advantage and prosperity of civil society, and since the family itself is unequal
to this task, it was necessary to create that social institution, the school. But let it
be borne in mind that this institution owes its existence to the initiative of the family
and of the Church, long before it was undertaken by the State. Hence considered
in its historical origin, the school is by its very nature an institution subsidiary and
complementary to the family and to the Church. It follows logically and necessarily
that it must not be in opposition to, but in positive accord with those other two
elements, and form with them a perfect moral union, constituting one sanctuary
of education, as it were, with the family and the Church. Otherwise it is doomed
to fail of its purpose, and to become instead an agent of destruction.
5Leit'1t5fLriqhtil5E. Greevy. I. Mahei.
imocldir. K 5.2. .
Left to right: P. O'Connor, C. Deqenhcrdl. R. Fitzsimmons.
A. Estellcx, A. Hills, R. Rieder, I. Oates, P. Delcxmere.
Left to right: I. Looby. I. Mulligan.
W. Imhol, A. Bono, I. McGarvie,
R. Armbruster. T. Lennon, X.
Eboli. W. Sommer.
A. McBride. P. Helm, R. McGib-
ney. I. Fcxlahee. E. Donaldson. W.
se I1 I0
ont row. R. Bliss I McGoldrick, I
OR an R I-Iourahan J
Sitting, left io right: G. ' eg , . , -
' ' L tt.
Tansey, J. Morrissey: siandmg, J. McGuu-e, R. o
R. Sireiber. J. Egan
eft to right: T. McGovern, I.
cider. G. Verrando. C. Richard-
Gflf. I- O'B1'i9H- 1. Colorusso. P.
ones, E. Bradley.
Left to right: M. Donko. W.
Quczst. R. Ellis. T. Roach,
M. Quinn. G. McDonald.
s, T. Boch-
Froni, left io right Minu
enko, J. Bohen, J. Cullen: Back, J
Moore, A. Semenio, W. 0'Hara. .T. D'-
Left to right: R. Mattes. M. Lee. B. Cum
mins, I. Sweeney, B. Paitwell. I. Healey
Lei! lo riqhl: Front row, T. Klein, M. Spina. F. O'Conner,
P. Donnelly, S. Walsh: back row. I. Marone, G. Connelly.
H. Mitchell, D. Salvali, I. Freeman.
Leif lo right: Sitting. I. Moccia. P. Moore,
M. O'Gorman, G. Feenan, E. Shinnick:
standing, R. Tonner, R. Briant. E. Roma-
now, I. Ioyce, R. Hernandez, A. Mosiello.
Left to right: Front row, I. Murphy, I. Vandelinde, I
Vecciq, I. Woods, I, Kempg backnrow, N. Dilloughery
G. Marin, A. Triana, I. Keegan, I.'Moran.
Woliertz. L. Cahill, I.
McGuire, I. Heffernan.
Left :ko right: J. Reis, M. Jordan,
M. Tyson, D. Flood, .T. Mullins. R.
Left to nqhi: Standmg. R. DePompeo. R.
C. Gonzales, E. O'Sullivan. D. Buchanan,
Shanahan, W. Kmgston.
Leh to right: A.
son, W. Dugan, I.
field, S. Gardner, I.
rinqton, R. King,
Scully, I. Eagan.
Acosia, I. Flcmnigan
Flood, R. DeCoursey. I. Riordan. R. Feiqhan, M. Ducey, I. Donnelly, B. McCrane.
I. McKendry, E. Nowicki. H. McGovern. T.
Front: T. Phelan, S. Bizzarri, I. Parris: back: P. Gill,
I. Hagen, E. Riordcm, I. Spellman, A. Lennon.
Standing: C. Mercurio, M. Fogarty, C. Perales, C. Scaq-
lione, E. DeSalvo: sitting: G. DeMarchi. W. Walsh. I.
Standmq: A. Marks, P. McDermott. R. Murano
Cesar-io: sitting: E. Kinderman, I. Mazza.
I. Sheffield, T. Swift: sitting: I
Minihan. K. Reilly.
Standing: I. Carolan. C. Perkins,
Lei! to riqhi: I. Becconsall. C. Bryceland
N. Barbara, M. Ryan, I. McQuc1de, T
Coolf, M. Cassidy.
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Sitting: D. McLaughlin, R. Moran: stand-
glqfl Rkrbgconslgho' M' Ryan' H' MC' Front: G. LeComte. E. Lyons, H. Turco. I.
U Y' ' orcomn' Brady. M. Bennent, H. Coleman, R. Marcme.
O'Neil, F. Ienerio, K.
Carroll T. Byrne.
D. Norton. P. McLaughlin. R. Papscoe
W. Sioldt, I. O'Regan. S. Larkin M
Standing: C. Ia e g e r, T
O'Rourke, I. Brady, E
Meenahan, I. Mahle, E
Farrell: sitting: R. Leqaio
E. McLaughlin, W. Dallon
B. O'Harc1, I. Sansone, I. Ricci, I. O'Su1-
livan, W. Cooper, T. Sullivan, I. Diaman-
iis, I. Mallon.
Standing: A. Crabtree. S. Losonsky. R.
Anastasia: sitting: R. Llewelyn, R. Maq-
Standing: R. Garay, I. Grimaldi. R. Bie
leimeier: sitting: W. Pankow. C. Roberts
D. Pinto, B. Gunning, E. Gillespie, I. Calieio. I. Vizzini, T. Cuiliton, A. Cavanaqh.
G. Vwento. I. Lewis, E. Rahilly
W. O'Rourke, I. Rattigan, E.
tery, P. Wilson, D. Mazza.
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T. Farrelfyj, I.
man, I. kj .LL.
1. Moms. L. Duffy, L. Loiay, 1.
Brassil I Fagan T Fade E
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Espinosu. 7 fxlff '
P. Iaremu. I. Iohnston, A. Vcxughah, A. Raia. D.
Skelly, W. Hartnett.
I. Secor, I. Boucher, I. Foley, W. Rynne.
C. T. Carroll. I. Chambers, M. Gcrcxcx,
R. Dacey, E. Diemer, I. Donaghy.
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Back row: G. Heqarty, M. McCarthy. I
Mahoney. I. Louqhran: front: M. Nuq
geni, C. Puliqu, D. Cahill. R. Acamporu
Back: F. Murphy, I. Loftus, I. Fm-.
rell, P. Segalini. A. Mellina: front
row: I. Kelly, L. Desmond.
Standing: A. Clark. M. O'Brien. K. Roe:
sitting: G. Messuri, W. Kecme. I. Morris.
Standing: I. Hayes:Eittinq: G. Schinnick.
L. Marrano. I. Shcmnahcm, L. Triverio.
T. McQuilIun. P. Connors. E
Keelin, I. Carey.
Bottom: T. Kazimiroii, P. Cuomo.
Back: R. Lucenie, M. Culhane. R. In-
serillo. J. Kiernan. From: T. Mclnery.
T. Fan-ely, M. Flynn.
P. Muldowney. S. Devlin. W. Sul-
livan, I. Gorman. I. Moynihan. I
Prieto, A. Iodice.
I. Coleman. E. Cox, I. Kennedy, S. Mc-
Namara. H. Allen, T. Angioleiii, M.
L. Borio, G. Brew, D. Florio, R. Finch
I. Lafieriy. I. Melville, I. Gibbons,
K. Hutter. M. Hale, W. Brown, R.
Ccmiwell, R. Herscher.
I. Popken, I. Messenger, I. Healey.
Left to right: I. Healy, I.
Costello, I. Callaghan. F.
Weismiller. S. Moore, I.
Lei! to right: D. Wilson, A. Shur-
baro, P. Meehan. I. Mooney, R.
Conte, I. Rufolo.
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Left to right. back: A. Picciollo,
W. Raymond, E. Mcihis: front: I.
Kennedy, R. Wagner. I. Noonan.
Lei! to riqhiz I. Cronin, P.
Tarcniino, E. Mcl-Kloon, E.
Walsh. P. Giani. I. Rafti-
Left to right, buck: C. Kelly,
I. Mclntyre, R. McKenna:
front: D. Lucey, P. Temple,
Lei! io right, back: M. Greco, W.
Schubert, I. Almaguer: front: B
Vannini, R. D'1-Xnqelo, M. Noble
Left io right: I. Murphy, T. Canino,
I. Hyde, R. Colby.
Top: T. Mannion, I. Gleeson, W. Maho-
ney, F. Egan: boiiom: I. Conroy. P. Cap-
piello, W. Barrett.
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Left to nqhiz I. OShea, E
McCusker, G. Esposito. I
Fletcher, I. Rooney.
Top. G. Garbanno.
moti, F. DeSimone, M.
V. Lawless: bottom:
Top: D. Hoyle, W. Peter-
sen. C. Kellet, D. Rimmer:
boitom: R. Muiienzo. M.
O'Connof. M. Lenlini.
Top: I. O'Sullivan, E. McKinney,
K. Lizza, R. Buda. I. Murphy. C.
Crisci: boiiom: D. Millar, S. Ha:-
ris. A. Weibel.
F. Rotondc. L. Kata-
n 1-vom: G. Kaiser:fnqiflferfmm. w. wu-
kinson, F. Samara, D.
Bentley, I. Kugiepgkgsg-inifl -"
Front H Imbruce D Bxschofi R Pallu
dmc, R. Mazza, buck. I. V1dul, Gneg.
Front: A. Buell, E. Curtis, R. Allen: back:
A. LaCour, I. Grecny. I. Barkley, P
Sitting: K. Houlihcm, R. Anderson: stcmd-
ing: P. Morcxn. I. Pcmuro, l. Romano. H.
Clary. l. Kennedy, I. Giarratano.
R. Wnuk. R. Vitale, B. Sweeney
T. Iaworski. I. Fitzpatrick, V
Front: J. Gardiner, L. Gallo, J. Costig-
an, R. Bosso. Back: I. McAuliffe, D.
Conte. P. Moore. J. Clarke.
Front: L. Herman, W. Price, J. Brew-
ster. Back: T. Hopkins, P. Crosson. T.
O'Melia, R. Siniscalchi.
Not Pictured: E. Shalvey. W. Gesick, I
P. Meehan, T. Banks, W. Farrell, A.
Marta, R. Binder, K. Cavanagh.
Front: R. Lowinger. T. Sweeney, C.
Graham, L. Galierio, M. Murphy. Back:
J. Lynk, A. Cavicchia, M. Gill, G. Boeck,
right I. O'Shcxuqhnessy, G. Ca
W. Minihan, R. Mdlcolm, I. Fitz
, O. Perisco, I. O'Keefe.
Standing: L. Qucllia. E. Quirk. V. Spina:
sitting: E. Long. F. Corii. I. Pierotti. T.
Front. G. Glovmazzx, I. Armcxio. I. Mc
Gerald. I. Bochenko: back: I. Mcl-Xleer
Stcxndmq: B. Mmoque. I. Ferrara. E. Ker-
cms. F. Lee. A. Gieckel. P. Tiqhe, T.
Downey. A. Ccxtulioiti.
Standmg: I. DxBe1lo, W. Ahern, T. Mc-
Cormack. R. Gioseiii: sitting: I. DeLibero.
Standing: F. Smith. R. McClory. F. Far-
relly. D. Shedrick: sitting: I. Iordcm. I.
Woods. G. Carely.
Standing: I. Murphy. I. O'Connor, I.
Kosek, R. Ramirez: sitting: L. Quinn, E.
Tamczmes. B. Cavanagh.
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Leif to right: E. Mariello, W. O'Reilly, F.
Hagen, T. Walsh, M. Farmer, M. Korsak,
M. Cavcmagh, P. Tracy, T. Rigqio, M.
Left to right. top row: R. Tenore,
R. Iullcmo, A. Caprio, V. Bozzelli:
bottom row: I. Hendricks, S. Moro-
ney, E. Reynolds, E. Malcmowski.
Lei! lo right, from row. sitting: R
Cardwell, M. Cullen, B. Pariol, C
Rogers: middle row: A. Maher, K
McNamara: back row: R. Am
hrose, R. Callahan. I. Diorcksen
W. Norton, I. Phelan, N. Lallusso
Lefi to riqhi. buck: T. D'Aiflisio, R.
Woicik. I. Dioquurdi, T. O'Brien
L. Herman. I. Stcrace: front: A. 1
Pcxiteson, I. Franzen. A. Pustorino. - ?
Left to right: E. Maher. I. O'Con-
nor. R. Villano. R. Iuliuno. M.
Smiih. E. D'Angelo. M. McManus.
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tin. I. Mitchell, E. Quinn. I. Klein, F.
Dolan: front: M. O'Connell, T. Driscoll,
I. Fitzpatrick. B. Sharkey.
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fiore, R. DeAsla. I. Ihlen, V. Pasquale:
back: B. Sharkey. G. Bohn. I. Maloney,
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Let it be loudly proclaimed and well understood and recognized by all, that Catholics,
no matter what their nationality, in agitating for Catholic schools for their.children,
are not migcing in party politics, but are engaged in a religious enterprise demanded
by conscience. They do not intend to separate their children either from the body
of the nation or its spirit, but to educate them in a perfect manner, most conducive
to the prosperity of the nation. Indeed a good Catholic, precisely because of his
Catholic principles, makes the better citizen, attached to his country, and loyally sub-
missive to constituted civil authority in every legitimate form of government.
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Brother P. G. McPadden
This year, the second in which the Clee Club has given its annual concert,
the promises of last year,s group have fully matured. With the magic wand of Mr.
Iames Obrotlca guiding them, they gave a truly inspiring performance at the Christ-
mas Concert. The Concert was well attended and was thoroughly'enjoyed by all.
The highlight of this year is to be the Spring Concert, in which the Clee Club
will present selections from Rodger and l'lammerstein's uOltlaliomaH and from Jerome
Kern. Undoubtedly, it will be a smashing success as was the Christmas Concert. We
wish the Clee Club a continuance of the fine season that they have already enjoyed
with the firm conviction that they are headed for even greater heights and will be a
credit to Mr. Olbrotka and the moderator Br. lVlcPadden.
Left to right, back: C. Roberts, M. O'Gormun, R. DePompeo, L. Triverio, I. McCormack, V. Manca: mid-
dle: R. Garay, I. Keegan, H. Minus. I. Heffernan, I. Ballo, accompanist.
Glee Club Officers, left to right: P. Iones. iirst tenors: I. Heffer-
nan, basses: E. Carroll, president: C. Woliertz, baritones.
"WL Mr. Iames Obrotka
Left to right, back: R. Fitch, I. Culliton, R. Brady, D. Rimmer:
middle: T. Swift. E. Espinosa, E. Diemer. I. Healey: front: R.
Ramirez, R. Acampora, I. Iohnston, P. Iones.
Left to right, back: B. Giosefii, G. Shanahan, W. Quaso, E. Shinnick. R. Fiizsimmons. I. Casey, P. Meehan: middle: R
Cardwell. I. Gessick, R. Matienzo, I. Veccia, W. Scully, I. MTIGD, I. Moran: front: R. Llewlyn, A. Cavicchia, W. Iodici. I
Colarusso, E. Tamamer, G. Gravanazza, I. Bochenko.
Mr. Obrotka leads ihe Glee Club at the
I-eff 10 fight lJC1Ck1 I. Moore, I. Shanahan, I. DiBello, T. Sullivan, D. Goad. M. O'Connor. M. Bennet: middle: I. McGerald.
f- Kellefl- R- RYGH- I- Foley. I. Clark. R. Cantwell: front: W. Raymond. I. Bochenko, C. Wolieriz, I. O'Reqan, R. Inserillo.
Sitting - M. O'Gorman, J.
Kemp. R. Briant. Standing
-J. Keegan, J. Dennehy, F.
O'Connor, R. Tonner, P.
Donnely, G. Connely.
Sitting - R. Lott. J. Sween-
ey, J. D' Esopo, J. O'Brien.
Standing - W. O'Hara, P.
Jones, J. Moore, G. McDon-
ald, J. McCormack, J. Bo-
Sitting - Shanahan, C. Mc'-
Kenna, H. Pike, D. Buchan-
an, W. Acosta. Standing -
J. Colarusso, A. Tvson, S.
Gardner, J. Mullins, R.
0'Su11ivan, C. Wolfertz, J.
Under the able leadership of Br. Sullivan thc
Dance Committee has staged four very successful
dances this year. Climaxing the Committees activi-
ties for the year was the Senior Prom which took
place at the Hotel Biltmore.
All the dances have been well attended and
good times were had by all. With such a successful
season to look back upon the dance committee can
be very proud of its p3St year's record. The mem-
bers of the student body wish to thank Br. Sulli-
van, the dance band and the members of the Com-
mittee for providing them with such good entere
tainment throughout the year.
C'mon and sit down. Don.
Who do you ihink you are
Go Cy Go!
The End Term Dance
Pausing to Refresh
Left to right. sitting: R. Maqliolcx. secretary: I. Bader. vice-president: I. Morrissey. president: A. Crabtree. Standing: S. Losonsky. C.
Roberts, R. Anastasia.
qQesolve0L fnaf ine K?-edema! government snoulcf susfain
ine Prices of ine major agriculfural Provlucfs at not less
fnan ninety Per cenf of Parifly.
Left to right, sitting: P. Gianni, I. Mclntyre, B. Holly, C. Kelly. Standing: P. Temple, L. Gclterio, A. Mellina, I. Gardiner, D. Schedrick
Second Place NFL Debaters: Iames Morrissey, Robert
This year the Debating Society has again achieved
an outstanding record in both the National Forensic
League and the Catholic Forensic League, under the
capable direction of Mr. Marcoux.
The club's greatest success was on Feb. 22 when
two members, James Morrissey, who has held the De-
gree of Distinction in the NFL for two years, and Rob-
ert Magliola, who received his Degree of Excellence
in the NFL this year, went undefeated in five out of
six rounds of Debating at the NFL Grand Tourna-
ment. Only in the final round did they lose to St.
Iohn's Prep, to become the second place team in New
Other achievements of the Debating Society in-
Lett to right: B. Holly, P. Temple, R. Anastasia. S. Loson-
sky admiring some oi the Debating Society's Trophies.
clude fifth place out of thirty schools in the CFL De-
bate Tournament, as well as participation in six other
CFL Speech Tournaments. Also listed among the suc-
cesses of the Club are the Peacock Debate Tourna-
ment, the Father Cannon Debate Tournament, the
American Legion Speech Contest and the Hearst
Oratory Contest. Altogether the members have won
well over one hundred interscholastic debates.
By June, Joseph Bader, Robert Magliola, and
Cyrus Roberts will have received the Degree of Dis-
tinction in the NFL, the highest award granted by
this organization. This will bring the total to four at
Congratulations are due to the members and their
moderator, Mr. Marcoux for this very successful year.
Iohn Mclntyre. standing, and Charles Kelly. during a
successful debate against Sacred Heart of Mary.
Left to right: C. Roberts, A. Crabtree, l. Bader, after a
Front - J. Brady, J.
J. Demarchi, A. Cavicchia.
man, J. Moran.
P. DeLamer, J.
R. Tonner, S.
Sitting - D. Pinio, P. Jones, A. Caviachi. J. Murphy. Stand
ing - W. Peterson, P. 'I'av'a,ntino, R. Briani, J. Moore, J. Arm-
brusier, J. Joyce, J. O'Brien.
Front - M. Danko, P.- Jones. R. Bryant.
J. Healy. Back--J. Dennehy. M. O'Gor-
man. J. Kemp, J. Moran. J. Collaruso.
Front - J. Brady. M. Garcia, L. Desmond. J. Healy.
Back - J. Barkley. J. Mahoney. J. Costello. A. Crabtree.
J. Colarusso. J. Morrissey.
Brother C. B. Quinn
Clerical Workers I. Bader
Clerical Ediior I. Morrissey
This year the staff of the Halloween, under the
competent direction of Br. B. Walsh, has endeavor-
ed to present a book, that far surpasses all of its pre-
decessors. Having been handicapped by a late start,
we feel that the book truly exemplifies the hard work
of the staff, combined with the cooperation that the
school has so willingly lent us. We must also give
due thanks to our printer-Bradbury, Sayles and
O,Neill and to our excellent photographer, lylr. George
Routel and Co. We, the members of the staff sincere-
ly hope that the H1957 Halloween" is a true represen-
tation of the high standards of All Hallows.
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The Father's Club has had another successful
year under the moderation of Brother Rice. The
Block A Dinner, the College Forum Night and the
Parentis Dance, a new addition to the exercises
sponsored by the Club, were well attended and
thoroughly enjoyed by all present. At the Father
and Son Communion Breakfast, the highlights of
the years activities, we were honored to have Father
Flynn, President of St. Iohn's University, as the
chief speaker. We would like to thank the Father's
Club and its President, Mr. Mullins for the fine
work they have done this year.
Fathers and som: receiving Communion
Left to right: I. Mallon, Vice President: I. Mul-
lins, President: Br. Edward T. Rice, Moderator:
I. Murphy, Secretary: E. Shinnick, Treasurer.
Left to right: P. Ambrose, I. Tyson, C. Fields, A. Vaughn, I. Whalen.
This year, as in previous years, the Library
Left to right, front row: T. Downey. I.
Mclileer, E. Reynolds. I. Hendricks, W.
Rivera. W. Norton: second row: P. Tiqh.
I. DeLibero. P. Meehn. T. Kernions. A.
Sbarbo. I. Ruiolo, P. Temple.
R. Rieder at work in the library.
Ryan, I. O'Brien, W. Pcrnkow. P. Garema
son: lop row: E. McCrane. I. Doneliy, I
Hefiemon. R. Brady. R. Murano, M. Ben
neit. E. Fcrrrel.
Left to right. front row: Miss O'Reilly. Li-
bruricm: second row: E. O'Sullivan. C.
Degenhcxrdt. W. Scully, I. O'Reaqan. W.
w. Dalton. E. McLaughlin, c. Richard:
League has faithfully accomplished the many tasks
associated with maintaining a library of this caliber.
Miss O,Reilly, our librarian for ten years, has pur-
chased a large amount of the better books now
available and is fast supplementing the supply of
both modern and classical works. The League,
under her direction, cares for the physical needs
of the library by bookbinding, cataloging, mending
old books, and arranging volumes on their shelves.
Once again the League is doing its splendid
job, ouietlv and efficiently. The organization is ap'
preciated for its wonderful work.
Reciting the Rosary during the Ren-egg,
Fr. Richard puts across a point during the Retreat.
In keeping with the ideals of a true Christian educa-
tion, the activities of the students of All l-lallows center
around the religious program. As in past vears two re-
treats were held. The first retreat. held iust hefore Christ'
mas was for the Freshmen and Sophomores. The lunior
and Senior retreat was held on lan. 28 to lan. 30. The
students were fortunate in having Father Richard, a
member of the New York Mission Board as their retreat
In addition to this, the students were able to attend
Mass and receive Holy Communion in the gvm everv
First Friday. Everv Tuesday, Father Traube, the spiritual
director of the Sodality, was available to hear the Confes-
sions of the students who wished to avail themselves of
Thanks is due to the students and the faculty of All
Hallows and to the Priests who gave generously of their
time to make this, the most important phase of our high
school education, the great success that it was.
The Final Blessing of the Retreattcrt Benedietion,
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Left to right, front row: M. McCarthy, I. Morrissey. Preiect, R. Maqliola, I. Kegan. I. Conway: back: M.
Garcia. W. Mahoney, C. Deqenheazt. Treasurer, I. O'Regan. Vice Preieci. Iohn Moran, Secretary.
This year the Sodality has successfully undertaken several important
projects. lts most important work has been the building of the Shrine to
Our Blessed Mother, in the second floor corridor. The Shrine was financed
through the voluntary donations of the students, and built entirely by the
Sodalists under the direction of their moderator, Brother Murphy.
ln addition to this, the Sodality has undertaken several other activities.
Among these are included the collection of magazines for the Catholic Mis-
sions, the Catholic press month display, and the Vocation Week display.
Under the spiritual direction of Father Traube, and with the organiza-
tion of Brother Murphy, and the officers, Iames Morrissey, the Prefect, Iohn
O'Regan, Vice-Prefect, John Moran, Secretary, and Carl Degenhardt, the
Treasurer, this year has been the most successful since its initiation at
I. Minihan, R. San Guliano, and I. Mulli-
Wehgion gn Sports
Hence the true Christian, product of Christian education, is the supernatural man
who thinlis, judges and acts constantly and consistently in accordance with right
reason illumined by the supernatural light of the example and teaching of Christg in
other words, to use the current term, the true and finished man of character. For, it is
not every kind of consistency and firmness of conduct based on subjective principles
that makes true character, but only constancy in following the eternal principles of
justice, as is admitted even by the pagan poet when he praises as one and the same
"the man who is just and firm of purpose." And on the other hand, there cannot be
full justice except in giving to Cod what is due to Cod, as the true Christian does.
Left to right. front: M. Quinn, R. Dallas, V. Cordo. K. Reilly, F. McArdle: buck: R. Allen. R. Coleman, I. Woods, E. Car
roll, K. McClory. R. Feighcm. R. DePompeo, B. Mallon.
Get that ball!
At the start of the season, the team found itself, back
among its same old rivals as last year, Cardinal Hayes, Man-
hattan Prep, St. Helena,s, Stepinac, Mount St. Michael.
The starting five consisted of three juniors and two seniors,
all of which displayed tremendous playing skill throughout
Beginning the season successfully, the team defeated
last year's City-Champs, St. Francis by a score of 69-63.
After successfully knocking off the Mount, La Salle, and
Power, it appeared that we were on our way to a successful
year. But our good luck didn't last long enough, and shortly
thereafter we were defeated by Manhattan and Hayes which
pretty well knocked us out of inter-league competition.
However the team did have a fairly successful year,
winning eleven and dropping only five. This was largely due
to the efforts of our high scoring men - Frank McArdle,
Brian Mallon, Ken McClory, Kev. Reilly, and joe Woods.
Invaluable assistance was rendered to these men by Allen,
Quinn, DePompeo, Feighan, Dallas Tansey, Buchanan and
As a result of their own hard work and of the compe-
tent advice of Mr. King and Br. Carr, the team wound up
the season by receiving invitations to both the St. Raymond's
Tournament, and the E.S.C.l.T. Tournament held at New-
port, Pm. I.
Two for Frank.
BASKETBALL RECORD 1956-1957
All Hallows Faculiy --,,-- 40
All Hallows Si. Francis ,,.. 63
All Hallows St. Peters ..... 54
All Hallows St. Francis r,,,. 82
All Ha1l.ows Mi. St. Michael l 48
All Hallows LaSalle ,rr...,r B7
All Hallows Power Memorial 78
All Hallows Manhattan Prep. 54
All Hallows St. He1eana's -W 52
All Hallows Siepinac ..rrrr. 50
All Hallows LaSalle .,AAr,H 52
All Hallows Hayes ,r,,,,.... 56
All Hallows Mt. St. Michael , 50
All Hallows Si. Heleana's We 65
All Hallows Manhatian .... 74
All Hallows Stepinac rrr,, 72
All Hallows Hayes ..... 73
Mallon Scores for A.H.
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"Words oi Wisdom."
Hope that goes in.
A good starl.
INDIVIDUAL SCORING 1956-1957
G. F. Total
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McClory ,,,., ,,,A.,, 9 4 ,,,.,.....,.. 24 ,,,,,,.,, ,.., 2 15
Woods ,,,,.., ,,4,.,, 3 0 ,,,,....,,...., 45 ,,,..,.......,, 105
Quinn ,,,,. . ,....,, 34 ,,..........,, 20 ,,A, ., ,.,,, 88
Reilly ,,.,...., ,,....., 2 9 .....,,..,,.,, 26 ,....,. , 84
Allen ....,,,,.,,,..., ....,.. 1 5 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 17 ,...,,,, W W 47
DePompeo .,,,,,,, .,,..,, 1 0 ,,,,,, .,,,,, 5 ...,.,, ,,,,. 2 5
Feiqhan .,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 ,,,,,, ..,... 0 ,,,,, ,.... 1 4
Dallas ,,,,,, , ,,,, 5 ,,,,.. , ..,, 3 ,,,,,, ..... 1 3
Tansey ,, ,.., ,,,, 5 ,,,... ....., 1 ,,,,, ..... 1 1
Buchanan ,,,, ,,.. 4 ,,,,, ,l..., 2 ,,,,,, ..... 1 0
Carroll ,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 ,,,,,, ..,,,, 0
Front: I. Kiecrrn, E. Mathis, I. Power, R.
Anderson. R. Lucente: buck: F. Weismiller,
L. Trivero, F. Rctondo, M. Reidy, I. Calfxhcxn,
I. Costello, R. Armcxndi.
This year our j.V. basketball team
has had an extremely successful sea-
son. Under the able coaching of John
Mazziotta the squad vvon 13 games
and lost only 4. The season was cli-
maxed by the thrilling loss by only
one point to La Salle in the finals of
the playoffs. We have high hopes for
the support these boys will eventually
give to our Varsity.
Bro. Clarkson addressing his starting lineup. R. McClory. I. O'Keele. R. Ambrose E Quirk E Long
This season our Frosh Basketball team has
an excellent record of 16 wins and 2 losses, re-
sulting in a tie in the Bronx Division. Two of
the wins were against Manhattan, and two
against Hayes. St. I-lelena's and Hayes Annex
also fell victim. As the team rounds into shape,
our hopes for the City Championships rise.
Coach Bro. Clarkson has been largely instru-
mental in the team's success and the squad ex-
tends their thanks to him for his help.
"What are you wait-
"Are we ready?
T. Walsh in full stride.
Walt Farrell rounds a tum.
After a busy cross-country season, Mr. Beal and his
team lost no time launching an indoor offensive. This
year the Freshman gave good support to the team, giv-
ing us high hopes for our next year's team. The Varsity,
however, furnished the members of the Mile Relay,
which did exceptionally vvell this year. A first place
trophy was captured at the Polar Bear lVleet and numer-
ous medals added to the glory. lt can be said that much
of the teamls success is due to lVlr. Beal's incessant drive
which keeps the team on the move.
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Cross - Country
Having started practice before the opening of school, our cross-country team
soon rounded into shape and swept many of the opening meets. Ed McAloon paced
the Varsity with most of his tunes in the 14 minute bracket. The big disappointment
of the season was our loss to Rice in the I.C.B., but the otherwise successful season and
the numerous medals and trophys won have given this years squad a record to be
Fronl: T. Byrne. I. Moynihcn, D. Belsole: buck: I. Prieto, I. Ruin. I. Freeman, F. Byrne. E. Riordan,
Cecil Richardson finishes a quarter mile
M. Culhane accepts congratulaiions on
behalf oi his team.
The Winning Mile Relay of R. DeCoursey.
I. Veccia, M. Culhane. I. Almaquer.
Bro. Carr, Mr. Beal, and Bro. Kelly at Mount St. Michael.
Through the untiring efforts of Br. Nagle, Bowling, for the first time in the history of the school, has
now been included on the extra-curricular activity list. Starting in late September, the teams - both school and
league - have had very successful seasons. All bowling activities are carried on at the Yankee Stadium Lanes,
which are within easy walking distance of the school.
The players have won many trophies - both individually and as a team. Among the top bowlers of the
School are lack McCarthy, Wallxf Sommers and Dick Papscoe. Having gained such a strong foothold in its
initial year, the Bowling Team will undoubtedly remain as one of the HIOSI popular school activities for many
vears to come.
Left to right: T. Mason, E. Walsh, I. Mahle. T. McQuil1an. Left to right: I. Mahle. H. Allen, F. Cm-mn
M. Tyson. Page 116
Left to right: R. Papscoe. W. Somrners, I. McCarthy, B. Palwell, R. Ellis. E. Walsh, I. McCarthy
McMcn'1hy bowls 'em over.
This year as in the past, the handball team has
been under the able direction of Br. Nagle. The
Senior Division under the leadership of Bill Pan-
kow and Charlie Jaeger has had a very successful
season. The Junior Division shows promising signs
of becoming future handball champs of All Hal-
lovvs. The sincere thanks of the members of the
teams go to Br. Nagle in esteem of the unending
efforts which he has lent to this activity.
Left to right, back: W. Punkow, W. O'Hara. I. Eqan, R, Sh-eib.
eri I. Becconsall: front: E. Donaldson. C. Iaeger, D. Mazza,
Front row left to right: L. Qualia, T. Caroll, J. Tansey, K. Reilly. P. Colangelo, T.
brusier, R. DePompeo, McClory. Back row left to right: X. Eboli. L. Triverio, R.
J. McQuade, J. M.cGarv1e, R. Fitzsimmons, H. Sheerin. T. Roach, T. Mannion.
The 57 Gaels show promise of
great teams in All I-lallovvs history.
group of returning 'veterans the team has
tunities to get good practice and should he
stiff opposition for the rest of the league.
The pitching staff is lead by veteran X.
Mannion, who had a very successful season
Vee last year.
The infield has four veterans in R.
Feighan and T. Roach and H. Sheerin who
the I. V. These experienced ballplayers will
ers good support and provide a steady
entire team by avoiding miscues.
P. Colangelo, Tansey and T. Bochenko
strong support, as well as good hitting, by
the outfield. The Gaels first game of the s
uphold the hopes of the team by ending in a
over Xavier. We hope that the remainder of
he as successful.
Due to an early printing date the lay-
pictures had to be omitted.
Xavier at All Hallows
All Hallows at Power
All l-lallows at Mount
St. Amfs at All l-lallows
All Hallows at Hayes
La Salle at All Hallows
All Hallows at Xavier
Power at All I-lallows
Mount at All Hallows
All I-lallows at St. Amis
Hayes at All l-lllows
All I-lallows at La Salle
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Ronnie makes the tag
Moderator. Br. McKenna watches the game
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T. Mannion. T. Caroll. X. Eboli. J. Tansey. R. Armbruster.
Left to right: W. Smith, H. Sheerin. R. Feighan. R. DePompeo, L. Qualia.
Hiichie makes jghe pivoi The catchers, R. Fiizsimmons, J. McGarvie, J. McQuade
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Paul's words expressing the idea of Christian education. For this reason Christian
education takes in all life, with a view of elevating it to the supernatural sphere. Its
resultant is the Christian and not merely the gentleman, The man who acts on reason
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character. What the pagan poet Horace called the "man who is just and firm of pur-
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Left to right, iron! row: S. Linza. R. Fitzgerald. W. Kemp, C. Mcrrison, F. Tyrrell: middle row: R. Wagner. I. Mahon,
D. Sullivan, I. Kennedy, I. Thomas. P. Loftus: back rcw: I. Farley, T. Galligan, V. Verlezza, E. Esposiio. I. Malone.
Brother I. B. Clarkson
Left io right, froni row: P. Scholle. R. Scottine, V. D'Eu1emia, M. Harrigan, M. Condon, I. Merriman: middle row:
R. Carroll, M. Grottola, E. Reilly, P. Brauer, W. Maher, R. Dcminguez: back row: I. Rogers, A. Dillon, I. Brady, F.
Cebollero, W. Quirk, L. Ciota, T. Costello, T. Rabbitt.
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Lef! to right, front: T. Ligouri, I. McCann, P. Mikluski, A. Petrucci, K. Dcmko, P. Donnelly, P. McHugh, W. Carberry,
S. Ward, A. Mastromonaco: back: A. Principo. P. Ferguscn, R. Casialdi, G. Cavanaugh, D. Murphy, R. Edwards,
I. Tunello, M. Dorsey, L. Cox.
Brother C. P. Boyle.
Left to right, front: E. Zimmerman, I. Healy, C. Burke, P. Dolan. R. Kelly, G. Maloney, R. Weaver, P. McCarihy,
D. Somma, R. Nieves: back: H. Pesce, I. Heaphy, C. Burke, P. McDonald, M. Galleria, C. Lutz, I. Haybyrne. P.
Mahar, H. Graifweg, F. Meyer.
Left to right, bottom row: M. Comiskey, W. Rodriquez. R. Carota, T. Martell: middle row: A. Cristina. B. Flanagan,
G. Galliqan, W. Brady. A. Cheriao. W. Mc!-Xloon. C. Heffernan: tcp row: W. Gettens. D. Hudson, P. Hickey. T.
McNeil. K. O'Brien, I. Liun, E. Ciminello.
Br. D. S. Kenny
Lelt to right. bottom row: P. Mas, K. Kennedy, R. Harrigan, R. Diaz: middle rcw: E. Nerdich, D. Von Marbach, G.
McCann, R. Sullivan, K. Stapleton, I. Murphy, R. Deppe: top row: T. Miller, R. Mercado, R. Stapleton, P. O'Brien.
R. Garrido, R. Blos.
Left to riqhi, sealed: I. Maher, I. McKnight, M. Hanralty, C. Diaz, P. Muscillo, M. Formosa, C. Hatfield, I. Chorba:
standmq: V. Rosario. I. McGriel. I. McNiff, G. Counes, M. Brady, W. DeEqidio, M. Bennett. R. Preaux:
Br. P. S. Patterson
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I. Correa, R. Colasacco, G. Murphy, D. Bernard, R. Bechdol, G. Whitley, I-L Iuliano, I. Flynn: standing: I. Pacia,
R. Kearney, A. Doscher, I. O'Brien. R. McHugh, E. Riely, W. Coriell, C. Sitler.
Left tg right. front row: H. Herkert, R. Fernandez, D. Precxux, M. Conte. I. Paciocco, A. Feiq. I. Tiernun, D. Perker.
P. Coffey, T. Whalen: buck row: VV. Gcxiii, C. Welwyn. I. Mcxsselli. E. Diaz. I. Grecxder. K. Umlauit, W. Elhs. I..
Br. I. P. Crean
Left to riqhi, front rofw: P. Fazio. D. Keane, K. Fitzgerald, D. Parker, I. Carroll, H. Ryan. T. Lynch: back row: R.
Pollio, M. Colligan, K. McCann, I. Loziio. R. Jordan, T. Bradley. W. Kenny: not piciured: F. McCaiirey.
Left to right, iirs! row: R. Laurens. E. Callaghan, M. Coyne, K. O'Brien, A. Frascone, S. Kerins. I. Hasbrouck: sec-
ond row: M. Blalchley. K. McCann, C. Molina. R. Esposito, I. DeCc1rlo, W. Smith. G. Moley.
Br. I. B. Hanley
Lell to right, lirsl row: I. Kiernan, R. Gillette. F. Martell, P. McBride, W. Smith. I. Fitzpatrick, N. Ruocco: second row:
A. DeLuca, I. Liguori, M. Schmidt. I. McGurry, R. Brache, T. Mullin.
Left to right. first row: C. Villanueva. N. Panas. I. Farrell. W. Winder. G. Ward. E. Callaghan. I. Whalen: second
row: D. Dalbery. M. Yanolaios. T. Chorbu. G. Shaw. A. Rusciano. D. Nee. G. Kuehnle.
Br. P. B. Lane.
Left io right. first row: P. Brown, S. Bello. K. Higgins, R. O'Connell. R. Ccxrdone. I. Caqqiano: second row: R. Perez.
K. Leuvy. A. Martin, C. Rodriguez. W. Mariin. G. Hoy. D. Egan.
Left to right. top row: E. Collado. I. Cavalier. G. Curringion. M. McBride, A. Gcxlierio. W. Byrnes, E. Cash-o. I.
Keane. M. Blanco. I. Deery: boitom row: T. O'Toole. R. Kecmcn. R. McDonough, M. Miano. I. Healey. I. Van Wag-
ner, S. Iohnson, S. Serritella, P. Chiappe, P. Haifield.
Br. M. R. Morrison
Left to riqhi, top row: M. DeVito, R. Mooney. H. Osle, N. Nee, I. McGillion. R. Keoman, E. Sweeney. B. DePamphilis,
E. Machin, K. Smith: bottom: R. Burke. R. Carringion, I. Delgado. I. Flynn. I. Murphy, B. Clark, I. McKenna. I. Drago.
I. Ippolxto, B. Dewey.
The Magi's Gift
Midget Gael Squad
K. Stapleton, I. Lium
Lett to right, line: K. Umlautt, G. Counes, D. Hud
ron. M. Seminello. A. Iuliano. T. McNeil. K. Ken
redv: backfield: W. DeEqido, I. Lium, K. Stapleton
Left to right, front row: VV. Maher. R. Kelly, D. Murphy V
D'Eupl1emia. P. M. Klusak. I. Merriman, P. McHugh: back
row: I. Mahon. P. Donelly, D. Somma. W. Quirk. A. Esposito
D. Mc!-lloon, M. Gratola: not pictured: K. Danko.
Midget Gael Football
Left to right, hont
row: A. Esposito. D.
Somma. I. Mahon.
W. Maher, W. Quirk.
I. Merriman. M. Gra-
Q. B. P. Maher
Backs. left to right:
D. Mcl-lloon. P. Don-
elly. R. Kelly.
Mibget Gael Squad
The Midget Gaels
Left to right, first row: Rich-
ard Sullivan, William Rod-
riguez. Walter Deiido: sec-
ond row: Anthony Chris-
tina, Kevin Slap-leton,
George Counes. William
Gettens: third row: Throne
McNeil. Patrick Hickey,
This year the Midget Gaels got off to a had start, losing their first five games. Then in the latter part of
the season showing their Gael spirit they won their last two games. We will be looking to this team under the
able leadership of Brother Hanley in future years for the team spirit they have shown.
The Junior Gaels under the leadership of Brother Boyle, had an exceptional fine season. This team is
, proof that the Varsity and V. teams in years to come will he of the same calibre as they are now.
The Iunior Gaels
Lett to right, front row: I.
Fitzgerald. I. Haybvrne, P.
McHugh, R. Kelly, P. Mah-
er: middle row: C. Morri-
son, D. Somma, G. Cava-
naugh. H. Maher, T. Cos-
tello lmgr.l: back row: S.
Linza. F. Cebellero. I. Mah-
er, I. Healy, D. Sullivan:
not pictured: W. Carberry,
D. McAloon, E. Clarke.
I believe, my Saviour, that thou art truly and sub-
stantially present under these species which are vis-
ible to my eyes. l know that they arc no longer
Body, it is thy
Lord, thou art
sacred and all-
bread and wine: it is thine adorable
precious Bloodg for thou hast said it
Truth itself, thou hast said it by thy
powerful word, and l know that all things obey
Cn the Cross thou didst only hide thy Divinity:
here thou hidest even thy Humanity: I believe that
both are present in this Sacramentg grant that one
day l may have the grace to behold them in it.
First Communion Day
At All Hallows
Santa Claus lWm.
Imhofl in conference
with Richard Carrin-
Br. Kenny with a
group of Masquerad-
ers on Halloween.
Br. Clarkson workinq
with his copper tool-
Aw you're not really
Br. Loitus and Br.
Power awarding the
Prizes to ihe winners
of lhe Auxiliary
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CLEARY, IOSEPI-1 ...........
COLANGELO, PETER .....,...
COLORUSSO, IOHN. .,,....
CONNOLLY, GERARD ,,.....
CULLEN, IOHN ,,,,,.,.,...,,,..,....,
CUMMINGS, RICHARD .........
D'ALLACCO, HENRY ,,,,.....
DALLIS, ROBERT .,...,,.,,...
DANKO, MARTIN ,........,,.,
DEGENHARDT, CARL ,....I..
DELAMERE, PATRICK ,,......
DENNEHY, IOHN ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,
DE POMPEO, RONALD ,,,.....,
D'ESOPO, IOHN ..,,,,..,,,,.,,, ..
DILLOUGHERY, NOEL .,..,,.
DON NELLY, PETER ,... ....
DONALDSON, EUGENE ...,..,. - ........
DUGAN, WILLIAM ,...,....
EBOLI, XAVIER ,.A,..,,.
EGAN, IAMES I,....,,..,...
EAGAN, THOMAS ......
ELLIS, RICHARD ,,,,.......
EPPERLEIN, PAUL .........
ESTELLA, ANTHONY ..,.I....
FALAHEE, IOSEPH ,,,,.,,,..
FEENAN, GERARD ......,I.
FITZGERALD, KEVIN .......I..
FITZSIMMONS, ROBERT ........
FLANAGAN, IAMES .,....
FLOOD, DANIEL ..,.,,,..,.
FREEMAN, IAMES ........
GAFFNEY, IO1-IN ,..... ......
GARDNER, STEPHEN ......,..
GONZALEZ, CESAR ..,. ..,.,,..
GREEVY, EDWARD ,,...,..........
HARRINTON, MICHAEL .....,,
HEALEY. IAMES. .,,,,,.,,,,.
HEFFERNAN, IOHN .,,,,.,.
I-IEIM, PAUL ,,.,,..,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,
HERNANDEZ, RALPH ,..,,,, ..
HOURIHAN, ROBERT .,.,,,,,,
IMHOF, WILLIAM .........,.,
IONES, PAUL ,,,,,,....,..,,,.,
IORDAN, MICHAEL ..,.II,I,
IOYCE, IOHN .,,,...,......,.
KEEGAN, IOHN ,,.......
KEMP, IOHN ,,,-,,,,..,.. .,,..
KING. RALPH ,...,........,...
KINGSTON, WILLIAM .,.,,,,
KLEIN, TIMOTHY .,.,.,.....,,
LEE, MEL ,,...,.,.,,.....I,,,.,.
LENNON, TERENCE ,.,...,..
LOOBY, IOI-IN ...............
LOTT, ROBERT ,I,,..,,,,
MAGUIRE, IAMES. ,,,,,.,
MAGUIRE, IOHN .......
MAHER, IOI-IN ..,.
................1428 Taylor Ave., Bx. 60, N. Y.
...............61-45 84th St., Rego Park 72, N. Y.
........790 Riverside Drive, New York 32, N. Y.
41st Ave., Flushing, N. Y.
.......3001 Henry Hudson Pkway, Bx. 63, N. Y.
................2051 Central Road, Fort Lee, N. I.
Haviland Ave., Bx., N. Y.
East,11tl'1 St., New York 3, N. Y.
2750 Morris Ave., Bx., N. Y.
...........2'728 Pearsall Ave., Bx. 69, N. Y.
King Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.
........516 West 136th St., New York 31, N. Y.
.......1386 Ogden Ave., New York 52, N. Y.
Iessip Place, BX. 52, N. Y.
..........4065 Carpenter Ave., Bx. 66, N. Y.
..............4035 Barnes Ave., Bx. 66, N. Y.
38th St., L. I. C. 3,
504 West 193rd St., New York 31, N. Y.
247 West 238th St., Bx. 63, N. Y.
East 193rd St., New York 68, N. Y.
541 Dronx River Road, Yonkers, N. Y.
...............5804 Tyndall Ave., Bx. 71, N. Y.
........1890 Crotona Pkway., Bx. 60, N. Y.
............2740 Lurting Ave., Bx. 69, N. Y.
. ...... 306 East l63rd St., New York, N. Y.
.......20 Halstead Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.
...........2371 Ryer Ave., Bx. 58, . Y.
..........18l8 Walton Ave., Bx. 53, N. Y.
........950 Woodcrest Ave., Bx. 52, N. Y.
..........134 Robinson St., Teaneck, N. I.
.........2940 Grand Concourse, Bx., N. Y.
Nelson Ave., Bx., N. Y.
Port Ave., New York 34, N. Y.
........1675 Metropolitan Ave., Bx. 62, N. Y.
.......304 E. 162nd St., New York 56, N. Y.
992 Phelps Rd., Tectneck, N. I.
.........190 W. 168th St., Woodside 77, N. Y.
39-40 64th St., Woodside 77, N. Y.
........1201 University Ave., Bx. 52, N. Y.
2440 Sedgwick Ave., Bx. 68, N. Y.
..........98-40 64th Ave., Forest Hills, N. Y.
142 Laurel Hill Terrace, N. Y. 33, N. Y.
............l401 University Ave., Bx. 52, N. Y.
East 237th St., BX. 70, N. Y.
........3875 Waldo Ave., Bx. 63, N. Y.
........2406 Webster Ave., Bx. 58, N. Y.
..............34-29-33 St., Astoria 6, Queens
.........2251 Sedgwick Ave., Bx. 53, N. Y.
..........139 West 83 St., N. Y. 24, N. Y.
2254 Cedar Ave., New York
West 163 St., N. Y.
1904 Woodycrest Ave., Bx. 52, N. Y.
.........790 Riverside Drive, N. Y. 32, N. Y.
.... 1535 Underclitf Ave., Bx. 52, N. Y.
........665 Iersey Ave., Maywood, N. I.
203-10-43 Ave., Bayside, I.. I.
601 West 140 St., N. Y. 31, N. Y.
.......1563 Unionport Rd., Bx. 62, N. Y.
East 95 St., N. Y. 28, N. Y.
........l7l0 Yates Ave., Bx. 61, N. Y.
East 84 St., New York
69 N Y
.............23l1 Yates Ave., Bx. , . .
West 133 St., N. Y. 27, N. Y.
Post Ave., N. Y. 34, N. Y.
..........2160 East Tremont Ave., Bx. 62, N. Y.
East 236 St., Bx. 70, N. Y.
...............2648 Morris Ave., Bx. 58, N. Y.
Giles Place, Bx. 63, N. Y.
East 168 St., Bx. 52, N. Y.
304 Palisade Ave., Iersey City 7, N. I.
662 East 237 St., Bx. 66, N. Y.
500 West 131 St., N. Y. 31, N. Y.
West 131 St., N. Y. 31, N. Y.
Van Courtland Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.
MANCA, VINCENT ...,...
MARIN, GILBERT ,,,.,.,...
MORONE, IOSEPH .....,,,
MATTES, ROBERT .............
MCARDLE, FRANCIS ..,...I.
MCBRIDE, ARTHUR ,:....,,,.
MCCORMACK, IAMES ,..,.... .
......Z131 West 11 St., N. Y. 11, N. Y.
.......... 555 144 St., N. Y. 31, N. Y.
.......95 Griggs Ave., Teaneck, N. I.
...........1344 Clay Ave., Bx. 56, N. Y.
..........l03 King Ave., Yonkers, N. Y.
306 West 261 St., BX. 71, N. Y.
Glenwood Ave., Leonict, N. I.
MCDONALD, GERALD .,,,,,,,, .......,.................... 2 34 E. 166 St., Bronx 56, . .
MCGARVIEI IQHN, ,,,A,-...., .,,,,,,.. I Oak Ave., Silver Beach, Bronx 61, N. Y.
MCGIBNEY, RQGER ,,.,,-,,,,,, ,.,.,..,,...,. 2 172 Anthony Ave., Bronx 57, N. Y.
MCGOLDRICKI IAMES ,,,,,-,, ,.....,....., 8 2-76-61st Drive, Rego Pork 74, L. I.
MCGQIIERNI THOMAS --,---, .,...,.. 3 530 Decatur Ave., Bronx 67, N. Y.
MCINTYRE' PHILIP --,,,,,,,..,V..,A.. .............,... 2 600 Creston Ave., Bronx, N. Y.
MCKENNA' CHRISTQPHER ,,,4,,- ,,,,,, , ,, ,, 531 W, 211 St., Manhattan 34, N. YT
MINUS, HAROLD ,.,,,,,.,1,,1.,,,,,, ..,..... 4 20 West 132nd St., Manhattan 27, N. Y.
MITCHELL, HAROLD YYvY-,,---, ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,. 2 695 Briggs Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
MOCCIA, IOSEPH .. ....... ..
MOCLAIR, WILLIAM .... ,...
MOORE, IAMES .............
MOORE, PATRICK .........
MORAN, IOHN .................
MORRISSEY, IAMES .........
MOSIELLO, ALFRED ....,.,.
MULLIGAN, IAMES ..........
MULLINS, IAMES ,......, ..
MURPHY, IAMES. ....,... .
NEVINS, THOMAS .....,,,
NEWELL, IOSEPH. ..,......
OATES, IOHN ...................
O'BRIEN, IOHN ........... . ........
O'CALLAGI-IAN, IAMES ........ .
O'CONNOR, FRANCIS. .......
East 182 St., Bronx 57, N. Y.
,.......45 Thayer St., Manhattan 34, N. Y.
...,.....,...2695 Briggs Ave., Bronx 58, N. Y.
,........l03l University Ave., Bronx 52, N. Y.
.073 Vermilyea Ave., Manhattan 34, N. Y.
..........,...,...,...73-51-185 St., Flushing 66, L. I.
Lyon Ave., Bronx 61, . .
80 Seaman Ave., Manhattan 34, N. Y.
.......1320 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y.
Beach Ave., BX., N. Y.
57 Wadsworth Ave., Manhattan 33, N. Y.
......5I6 West 134th St., New York 31, N. Y.
,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 2276 University Ave., Bx. 68, N. Y.
.......l507 Metropolitan Ave., Bx. 62, N. Y.
148-01 60th Ave., Flushing, L. 1.
East 183rd St., Bx. 58, N. Y.
O'CONNOR, PATRICK ,,,,,,,,, ,,,........,1, l 455 Undercliff Ave., BX. 52, N. Y.
O'CONNOR, PAUL ,,,,,,,,,,,-,, ..,,,,,,, 2 121 St. Raymond's Ave., Bx. 62, N. Y.
O'GORMAN, MARTIN .........
O'I-IARA, WILLIAM ..........
O'REGAN, GERARD .........
O'REILLY, MICHAEL ......... ...... ..............
O'SULLIVAN, EDWARD .......... - ..........
PATTWELL, BRIAN ..............
PIKE, HENRY .....................
OUAST, WALTER .........
QUINN, MICHAEL ...,....
REIS, IOHN ....,,.....................
RICHARDSON, CECIL .........
REIDER, ROGER .........,......
RITTER, MICHAEL ...,.....
ROACH, THOMAS ...........
ROMANOW, EDWARD ,......
RYAN. DENNIS. ................... .
RYAN, IOHN. ........................... .
SALVATI, DANIEL ..........
SAN GUILIANO, RICHARD ........
SCULLY, WILLIAM . .....,....... .
E. 164th St., Bx. 56, N. Y.
...,,,,2l5 Manor Road, Ridgewood, N. l.
25 E. 193rd St., Bx. 68, N. Y.
2010 Valentine Ave., Bx. 57, N. Y.
........l234 Shakespeare Ave., Bx. 52, N. Y.
...,.,,.,...,,.l639 Center Ave., Pt. Lee, N. I.
E. 199 St., Bx. 58, . .
Marble Hill Ave., Bx. 63, N. Y.
...,...2290 University Ave., Bx. 68, N. Y.
.........2515 Kingsland Ave., Bx. 69, N. Y.
....91 Eagle St., Tenafly, N. I.
Woodycrest Ave., Bronx, . .
....,....l501 Metropolitan Ave., Bx. 62, N. Y.
West 215th St., N. Y. 34, N. Y.
Revere Ave., Bx. 61, N. Y.
..,......569 West 194th St., N. Y. 33, N. Y.
..,.,.....607 West 190 St., N. Y. 33, N. Y.
Morris Ave., Bx. 51
Washington Place, N. Y. ll
Cybress Ave., BX. 54, N. Y.
SEMENTO, ANTHONY .,,,.,,,, .,,,,,...,....,,..,,,...... 4 90 Main St., Fort Lee, N. I.
SI-IANAI-IAN. IOHN ...,,,,,.
SHINNICK, EDWARD ,......
SOMMERS, WALTER .......
SPINA, MARIO ..........,..,,
STREIBER, RONALD ........
SWEENEY, IOHN ...,..,,..
TANSEY, IAMES ..........,....
THEYSON, ARTHUR ..... ,.
TONNER, ROBERT ........,...
TRIANA, AUGESTO .....,....
TYSOIN, MICHAEL ......,.........
VANDERLIEND, IAMES .........,
VAUGHAN, IOHN ...............
VECCIA, IOHN ...................,,
VERRANDO, GEORGE .........
WALDRON, PAUL ........ ....
WALSH, STEPHEN ............
WOLFERTZ, CHARLES . ..... ,.
WOODS, IOSEPH .............
..........3l27 Kingsbridge Terrace, Bx. 63, N. Y.
Hobart Ave., Bx. 61, N. Y.
West 182nd St., Bx., N. Y.
..........l728 Colden Ave., Bx. 58, N. Y.
.......,....2542 Pauling Ave., Bx. 69, N. Y.
.......34-35 82nd St., Iackson Heights, L. I.
Cranford Place, Teaneck, N. I.
Wilson Ave., Bx. 69 . Y.
545 West zasth st., Bx. eaf N. Y.
.,.....540 West 143rd St., New York 31, N. Y.
.,...........2649 Davidson Ave., BX. 68, N. Y.
..........5930 Spenser Ave., Bx. 71, N. Y.
.1......,,.,,,.,305 E. l6lst St., Bx. 56, N. Y.
E. 231st St., Bx. 66, N. Y.
.......,525 Park Ave., New York 22, N. Y.
......,2290 University Ave., BX. 53, N. Y.
E. 178th St., Bx. 57, N. Y.
.,,....l44-80 Sanford Ave., Flushing, L. I.
........6035 Riverdale Ave., Bx. 71, N. Y.
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